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" ' jrS&.s "TaVif . KH &wj . B - -' I.' OLDEST ISTEWSPA-PERflis- r i- - WESTEfiN KY., Vi J. . I la HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, (CT. 27 , 1899. VOL, XXXIV, NO, 49 THE ELECTIONS. Where All Court fiouse Question. rfc 9&- '..'" llmmt Ctittii -, 'It A' i Special VALUES in ?; 3 $2 To the Voters of Fulton County: 4 n r i , i-- All tba Jntarsit fa the elsttiana J on the 7tb of aeit Month JJMiintY on the States ef tacky; Ohio and Nebraska OHIO. Hi'rylMdjif . VV V , .v Ladies . I CAPES, t Vb JACKETS and Plush am! Gh1h. were n'cuivcd iIiih week. 2 Y Our showing of Ladies Garments, Jackets and Capes, Ladies Suits and Skirts is the host we have ever shown, and We invite sales have been heavy. .,, your attention to our offerings. L. Jt -- f IH 1 K P. & W. S. ELLISON. II I 1 3 Hickman, Ky., Oct, 23, 1899. ' many iociIrics from voters about the nrotiosed Beid'tHne for IInviuK had the purpose of building & uew. Court House, the Fiscal Court makes-thMLm ing statcniont of facta for tho' iuforuiatioa of all voters, and invites your attention, and iwkx your considorution of the proposition : whether or not th"? County nktiall Lwuo bomw for $20,000 for tho purposo of erecting a new Court Houso. TTlin fnllfuvinif urilnr w;ih miul nt t)m Mnv tnrni tHOQ if fha Vtilfnn PUnlt Court : f Fnltou Circuit Court, September term, September 9th, 1699. Whereas, tho Grand Jury .of this County has condemned the Conntv Court nou.su aniiauKeruus anu nunc iot use, anu wnercoH, it appears irotn an inapect-ioto Imi dangerous and unfit for use. It is therefore ordered that the jailor of this county, be, and ho is hereby directed to secure a suitablo hall or room in which to bold the Circuit Court at its September term, 1899, and at all subsequent terms, until the Court House shall bo repaired'br a uew one built. A copy Attest, J. W. MORRIS, Clerk. Tho Fbtcal Court has, by proper orders, directed that the question, whether or not the bonds of tho county, bearing 0 per cent interest, payable 94,000 In 2, 8, 4, 5, 6 years after date on $20,000,. and the proceeds used in erecting a new Court House, shall be submitted to tho voters of tho county at the November election, 1899, for their aoproval or rejection. The.Juclge of tho Fulton Circuit Court, nt the September term, 1899, said to tho Grand Jury that while the Court House had been condemned by a former Grand Jury, the county officers had done all iu their power, and the question was left to the voters about a suitablo Uourt Houso for the county. .WithoutTVJiow Court Houso tho county will havo no suitable place to hold fc eoprt or preserve the publio records, in which every citizen is interested. To rent a house to hold court will be troublesome, expensive and inconvenient, and no suitable pluce can bo found in which to preserve tho pnblic records. The property asHcssed for taxation in Fulton county is about Three Million Dollars, and the increased rate of taxation to pay those bonds as they become duo will be about 15 cents on the hundred dollars, or less, during tho time the bonds run. The bonds cannot bo sold for less than par, and only enough will bo issued and sold to pay for tho building of said Court House and furnishing it. The county officials can do nothing more until the issue of tho bonds is ratified by the voters. To that end, aud to enable tho county officers to discharge their duty in providing a placo to hold court and preserve the publio records, and comply with tho orders of court, your attention and consideration of the bond issue is invited on tho election day. H. M. KEARBY, Judge F. O. O. e " n Demofrats eat (bit. dwat.,f6,. . .'.j 000. Thla- year tbU DtMmniU, have hopes of winniafrbeMia' " -' many leading Bepabtieaaa araUajL ytti ' Fa egalnat MeKinley nud Has revqlt 'LtOt t na and beeaiaa Saes Jbnea, a I eeeeBtno Bepubliean, is oat m m F?J tJOg j g kw independent candidate. a .'J ' prove a tremendoaa victory J the Democrats win; hardly probable, w - Ohio ia a stroBg BepaallMH State., .Maally going iron SO.iOO. to 80,000' majority. In 1897 th Jl TP'C mr ry . ItUSfoOO, cratlclafUTitoKinley afcd- MarylaHdUiau oldtiaie Demo.' jjtj ST fy w h" r. year the Democrats are aaileif; and the Republicans split, aud it la generally expected that the Democrats will carry It. ' Great interest centers In Nebraska becaattt la Mr. Brjaa'a borne State. If the Repabliaans carry it it will come near shelving Bryan aa a Presidential nominee.? In 1890 Bryan carried it by 13,000. and In 1898 the Democrats earrled it by only 2,721, and the Bepablt-- . cans elected the Legislature The fight now on in Nebraska if Mini to be hotter than in 18ft , ad blh sides claim the State. KENTUCKY. i-- went Republican by 7000. The silver .question split the Demo, erata and lost the State. This carried in 1897 it also, Al'M 3? i 1 vJ 3D -- 7V nbbkaska. . 4t1 S. t. LUTKN, Clerk. uiiUiUUuuiuauuuiauaui uiaauuuuuiiUiuiuiUiUiii Local and Personal. .Oo to Ra.vdlk's tor bargains in ORDER, AND THEN JUSTICE. i", In 7 - T- - REAL ESTATE MitttotfMtt TT"LiER3 MMtn -r AND INSURANCE AGENT. ii ' '"i--- .. t Hp(oiil iillviitioii tfiven to Ihe Sflllnp of Krnl GnIhIc of all kind; mhI rprtHiMit a full Him i)f tint hcNt and iiiohI ndlntdn Fire Iimtir unco Comimnh'H dolnt; Imimim'hh in (In ritm, mid llutt ''Old ltellalile" MUTUAL HKNKKIT LIKE INSUUANOK 30., Hint Iihn HlrfHd.v p.iltl out largely over $100,000 Life Insurance in illukiiuui and vicinity, and in innuiiiK tin idieiipPHt anil lii'd pnlli:y of n.V r'KUlHr Lite Insurance Ooiiipany dome buxiiirM In thin country. He nolioitH your pntrotingi. Call and hpii him. II. T. TTU.K. n IffICKMAXT xiiiti'MtK Prft'l. t. A. 1101.(0 UK, T. IT..1!. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 4.i n ANK W ('. J0HSKOM, ,r Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 SollcltH your liutdiieHH. We offer the tnuHt Li bo nil Aoooinniodatloni- to our OuHtomerH Consistent with KtMnhtiHlied Bunking PriiuilpIoR. i.ii'iit:i iitiFHN io.eoo. id K.T.TYliKK. 0. A. HOLUO.MUK. .). NAYLOIl, W. II. IIALTZKR M. U SHAW. .1. W. OOWllILb. W. L. MaOUTOIIBN. i :r, :ej a t o :r s Mr. Jorgenhausser Hc(Mii"(! Used to Worry, his ndvertioscmeiits in tlic locu Jewelry. Fewpeoplocan live without workThe Goal '"Trnot" nhoy&ijrlts If they do teeth. There in not a confumer ing. usually work uot work themselves somebody else. they of coal in the Wnut or NerthveHt A substitute for ttio American cuswho will not feel it bite. U" Ib tom of must be found, or iioviiijr kIowIv Iidi Rati J80- our heroes will have to be exhibited in complinh for the glass cos.es. wlilch it whm forme! Hn dhi ehlnd the transport License was issued this week by nunies and low waters. Couuty Clerk Luton, for tlio 'umm iiieul Is stealthy. The rise of Mr. J V. Cothrau to Miss DoraKich-liiomon Cct. 2Ud. price must not he sndd.'j gradual. A rise of -- 0 per coaches, two white Three and 15 per cent, and one colored, made np Hickman's Latquota on tho bpecinl train for Ringling's in satisfactory to the trust. er on In the dead of winter a circus, Wednesday. rise of 25 per cent, additional will 0" Fresh Oysters served in any style roh the cnnsntiurs of millions of at tho uew City Bakery. John Young Brown fell, accidentdollars between now and the Inst ally, at Leitchtlold depot, and his alof .March. ready lame leg injured. He will bo Duitiso the winter of 1897 Mr. Jus. disabled ouly for a few days.. Reed, oiio of tho leading citizens and If tho scriptural injunction, that if merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W. Vu a man will uot work neither shall he struck his leg against a cako of ico in eat, were inforced in these days, there such a manner ns to bruise it severely. would be a lot of hungry people. It became very much swolen and paingjtF Fresh meats delivered to any ed him so badly that he could uot walk W. M. Shaw. Ho was part of town by without tho aid of crutches. t Improve tho rivtreated by physiciaus and used several Tho convention kinds of liniment and two and ers meets in Memphis, Nov. 14th aud bathing it, but noth- 15th. All towns, cities aud States on gallons of whiskey ing gave any relief uutil he began us- the Mississippi are invited to send deleing Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This gates. brought almost a complete cure in a old week's time, and ho believes if he had boy, Mr. C. E. Harness,foranState Hickman was nominated Senator uot used this remedy his leg would have by the Republicans from the Senatorial had to le amputated. Pain Balm is for sprains, bruises and rheuma- district composed of Union and counties. tism. For sale by Cowgill & Cowgill, man, Ky., and A. M. Shaw, State Line, Hajr Handle has moved his Jowelry Druggists. store next door to the City Bakery. The argument as to whethor tho twentieth century begins tho first of next January or Jan. 1, 1901, waxes warm, but old Father Timo isn't going to stop loug to listen to it. g- - A largo new supply of Carpet Samples just received. New Patterns and very cheap. Call and seo them. Ib haud-shakiug The Coal Trunt. - pi There is good cause for Ameri can gratification in the faot that the autumn campaign in the baa been began in effective earnest with the northward movement along different roatea of two divisions of American troops commanded" respectively by Generals L wton and MaeAr Phil-ippiu- if! ? j,i m tnar., the mmmmmmm ntilimiii uew plan of campaign l, well-fille- d lo-dn- y ouo-ha- lf Hen-tlarso- u Cash Book Etore. Splendid Selection of The two Stare by 3,me.Tkmdmmf condivisions will be would have a walkover thlajear, tinually by the harrying to the front ot newly arrived troops, and but for the Brown defection. Unithe Democrats would in this way will uot be unduly ted, weakened by this necessity for win in Kentucky by an old time the earrlsoniug of captured points. majority. The Brown vote, judgThere is a promise of the early ed by this immediate b e o 1 o n, crushing of the Agatnaldo insurwould not amount to much but rection in the adequate execution it is au unknown quantity. His of these plans. With the termination of war in strength is generally estimated at the Philippines thus brought from 5,000 to 10,000, and if it does about, the plain American duty of not exceed these figures Goebel restoring order in Luzon may be properly performed and conditions will win by a handsome vote. established enabling an American The Ship t'aaal. Congress to deal with the problem of the permanent disposition The survey on the route of the of the Philippines unhampered by proposed ship canal from the an existing conflict. American prestige will not have suffered in great lakes to the Atlantio ocean the world's eyes, the responsibil- has recently been completed in ity devolving upon this Govern its preliminary, details The proment for the protection of life and ject is to have a eanal 30 feet deep property in a territory ovdr which and 340 feet wue from Lake Erie Its flag flouts will have been fitly to Lake Ontario around Niagara discharged, and all that remains Falls, and leaving Lake Ontario to be done will rest legitimately at Oswego, follow the course of in the hands of Congress. the Oswego river to Lake Oneida, then via the Mobawk river to the Hudson. The chief difficulty is Big in finding storage for water to feed so large a caual. 1 coarse of the advance. oraff WwtV the permauent holding 000, and really, by Ibe towum tmktin Hnrlncr tba vote last s mmi 1 MeKinley earrlsi Keataahy W oot fl. i -- ihL,.' the d v-- .f Oongrees-loaa- l year-earrie- tba Buchanan's Closing War Reports. Bargains at H. papers didn't attract attention didn't draw a crowd store mid help liitn to sell goods. hoetu to to his NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, H. 0. Ambkro. Over in Germany a tramp is called Well, ho "c)ian.ssiergrabeutayeierer." deserved it. Nothing is too bad for the tramp, especially as ho might be earning a decent living as a farm hand. 10-0-- Sale. Wade Hardy Married. NOW HE DON'T WORRY e Because lie lias found that he can jpt fifty tids, chock full of suggestions, the t that are appearing in his line in newspapers the country over for and that with their help it is mere play to aru dollar range ads whieli fill the bill to u "T." You can do the All lines. Send u dollar lo wauic. NOTIONS, &c at Wade Hardy was married, Sunday night to Miss Lutie Hunt, of Obion Co, Tho ceremony was performod at the . The publio bad just as well residence of Dr. T. D. Edwards, near make up its mind to accept Trans-vita- l Union City, by Eld. T. A. Reynolds. SIM Alt jltJUSK "MOLASSES. war news with many grains Fultou Leuder. Best quality now crop N. O. Molasses oi Bait aud be prepared for many C E. Kakkivb. Why? Hr.st-rut- ln-s- Call and see our Stock, Every- TO THE riJULIt'. thing up to dute. Maky Bkkkndks & Co. -- Schlenker's Jowelry Store has moved in tho Bercndes Building, opposito Shuw's clothing store. Now Jersey is uot alone a Stato of trusts. It has an enterprisiug citizen hero thero who hus an eye to business on his own hook One of these resides ot Ovandale, and here is a copy or hi business card: ''Thomas P. Daly, Justice of tho Peace, commissioner of deeds, notary public. Conveyancing douo accurately at low prices. Wills written. Parties married or seut to jail with neatuess and dispatch." AD SUPPLY BUREAU, 8 Deviuixlfirt W- - 1. 1. Bartlett, (Hiiooewor to Win. Dlemclbrink,) DCALK IN Room 2, BOSTON, MASS. HlHiiinrck'N Iron Nerve tr-ribly Fancy Groceries and Was the result of his splendid health. Job Couldn't Mnvo Stood It If he'd had Itching Piles. Thoy'ru annoying ; hut Bueklen's Arnica Balvo will euro tho worst case of Piles on earth. It has cured thousands. For it's lniorles. Pains or Bodily EruptionsSfion tho best salvo in tho world. Price 'box. Ouro guaranteed, Sold by all 'droggiatu. Protracted Meeting. All Christian and mm. Christian people of Hickman aro invited to attoud and tako part in tho meeting which Suudav morning at tho Methodist Church. We cordially invite all tho singers of tho different churches to aid in tho music. Rev. 11. C. Johuson, of Dresden, Teuu., will preach Monday W, G. Hefuy, mgnt, bo-gi- Provisions, BliKNAN, KEHTV9KY. W" FREE DELIVERY. Telephone Store No. 04? Indomitable will and tronioudous energy are not found whore Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro out of order. s If you want these qualities aud tho they bring, uso Dr. King's New Life Pills. Duly 6o, At auy drug store. suo-ces- Ilea- - ideooe, No, 00. AT gatherings of the contradictions. The papers pub- recentone of the tour of western the Presi lish all they can cet but what dent and his party, Attorney Gen l hey get is not always full nor rewas liable. Boer sympathizers send eral Griggs his at no little pains to convince bearers that only clootny news concerning English soldiers, hoping it will help the one Philippine tribe, comprising of 1 per ct nt. of the Boer cause in England, and Eng- "not a tenth In whole," was rebellion. The At lish sympathizers send exaggerattorney General was followed bj ed news of the advantages gained by English forces in the endeavor the Secretary of War. who thought to make the home folks 'eel more to win applause by telling of tba cheerful. So far the slaughter ou vigorbyof our war standing. He the end of the year we both sides has been feartul, and said shall have 05,000 troops in the isIn the humble farmhouse of the Boer and in many homes high and land; the best youth of America," low iu Euglaud there are weeping etc me Riiministration la form- women and heavy hearts. Such nate indeed, if the inconsistency anu me inieiiouy oi ineae state is war, ments escaped observation, if no mathematician! Buy your Carpets there were calculate the numbej present to that and Mattings H. of troopspolicy would be needed for the of benevolent a Buchanan's sltnllation, on the baala furnished it the whole iBlaud wete to inai Sale, Herald, at Closing reot.-Yicks- burg -1 IT t m v,,- i i JJTlBpJBp1""" aft Wts M' l Eh iM j.r - T he Hickman Courier OEOUGi: WAHItCX, ftililitluT. aaaai A. NTHOiNGr SWIMMER. m aaaaaaaarv From Him Dr. Talmnge Draws a Noble Lesson. of The Always Itcntly lU'llKloti'fiir Tliii-- e Wlui Mrnif Bio Aixnlnat AiIvitkc c UIL'KM.YN. ; . KOTUCKt CURRENT TOPICS China's empress tins over 2,000 dresses. O.vi.t Turkish Haps aro allowed in (cnstnntlnonlu. ltunisu Imha now has 140 college and 17.000 students. l'KitotA Hrst ;rev the cherry, the peach and the piinn. Parisian gourmands devour 100,000 pounds of Miails daily. Tin: empress of China has over 2,000 dresses in her wardrobe. Tiif. Komnns deeuscd June the most fortunitc mouth for espousals. Tin: English troops arc to bo supplied with American canned beef. A mono flowers the chrysanthemum Is said to live the longest nfter being cut. Tho experiment is being tried in Detroit of allowing1 the firemen one day pit in fivo. Mil CiiA.MiiKnx.AiN, Hrltish colonial secretary, in the JUs, was a Sunday tchool teacher in I'.lrinhipliam. It is rumored that Dr. Seward Webb will buy the Vermont farm formerly occupied by Mr. lludy.ird Kipling. Itai.t has bought the Hurghcse museum and gallery in Home for S,C00,000 francs to be paid in ten annual instalments. Moiie than 12,000,000 acres of tho Sahara Desert hare been made useful u for raislug crops with tho aid of artc-bi&- i' 7R 5. t; mer sprendeth forth his hands to swim!" want to persuade you to lay hold of In this discourse. Or. Tnlmngo employs a cry bold figure of tho Mule to this strong swimmer. "No," you sny; bring out the helpfulness of religion for "it U nlwajsdiK'istiouH for u drowning man to Iny hold of n swimmer." There tin those in any kind of struggle. The is not n river or Inke but tins n rnlnmity text is lsuinti 23:11: "Uc shall spread resultant from the fact tiint when n forth Ills hands in the midst of them, ns st tong swimmer went out to taven sinkhe tlint svviiiimctu spreudeth forth his hnnds." 4 ing man the drowning man clutched In the summer season multitudes of htm, threw hl arms urntind him, people wade into the ponds and lnkes his arms, nnd they both went and rivers and sens to dive or float or down together. When on nre snv Ing n swim. In avorld the most of which is man in the water jou do not wnnt to water all men and women should lenrn come up by his face. You wnnt to come to sw ini. Some of j on hnv e learned the up by his back. You do not wnnt him side Mroke introduced by George Pewto hold vou whil; you take hold of him. ters in lSiO, encli stroke of that kind Hut, blessed be God, Jesus Christ Is so carrying the swimmer n distance of six strong n swimmer He comes not to our feet, and some of j oil niny usotheoicr-hau- d back, but to our fnee, nud He asks us to stroke invented by Hardener, the throw around lllm the arms of our lore expert who by it won the 500 j anl cliam; and then piomises to take us to the nlanshlii in 'Manchester in 1S02, tiro bench, and He will dolt. Do not trust swimmer by that stroke earning his that plank of good works. Do not trust nrm in the nlr for n more lengthened that shivered spar of jour own rightreach, and some of you may tread the eousness. Christ only can give vou safe water as though .von had been made to transportation. Turn your face ujon walk the sea, but most of you usually Him. as the dying mnrtvr did In olden take what is called tho breast stroke, times when he cried out: "None but placing the hands with the backs upChrist! None but Christ!" Jesus hns ward, about flie inches under the water, tnken millions to the Intnl. nnd He Is wells. the inside of the wrists touching the willing to Hike you there. Oh. what The town of Amhei, on the south breast, then pushing the arms forward hardness to thrust lllm back when He sido of the island of Ccram, in the Mo- coincident with the stroke of the feet hns been swimming nil the way from luccas, is said to hare been destroyed truck out to the greatest width possithe throne of God, where you are now, by an earthquake. illusble, and jou thus unconsciously nnd is ready to swim till the way back Wood carvers are in demand in New trate the meaning of my text: "He shall again, taking your redeemed spirit! York and the trade is booming. Mem- ipread forth His hands in the midst of I have sometimes thought what bers of the craft are coming from Lon- them, ns he that swimmeth cpreadeth spectacle the ocean bed will present don to secure work. forth his hnnds to swim." when in the hut day the wnter is alt There are 5,000 theaters in the Uni The fisherman seeks out unfrequentdrawn oil. It will be n line of wrecks ted States. More than 2,000 are fairly ed on the nooks.. You stand from bench to bench. There is where classablo as legitimate and over 1,000 bank of a river in the broiling sun and the hnrpooncrs went down. There Is arc devoted to vaudeville. QIng out your line and catch nothing, where tho line of battleships went Ciiaiiles E. Littlxfield, who suc- ivhile an expert angler breaks through down. There Is where the merchantceeds Kelson Dinglcy in congress, will the jungle and goes by the shadow of men went down. There Is where the be the tallest man in that body, being the solitary rock and, in a place where steamers went down, n long line "of fix feet five inches in height. no fisherman has been for ten years, wrecks from bench to bench. Whnt n Gkn. Jouueht's wife has pone with out his line and comes home nt spectacle In the Inst dny, when the waMm in all his campaigns and is said to throws shining and ter is drawn olf! Hut, oh, how much hare aided with her counsel the devel- night, I his face know why wehis basket ministers do not full. more solemn If we hml nn eyn to rce the opment of his strategic, plans. Gospel need always be fishing in spiritual wrecks and the places where A new cotton spindle is said to bo vf the capable of running 20,000 revolutions the same stream and prenching from they foundered! You would find thouper minute, and, if so, will indeed rev- the same texts that other people preach sands along our roads nud streets. from. I cannot understand the policy olutionize the spinning process Christ enme down tn their nvvful catasA Connecticut Yankee has received of the minister who, in lllackfriars, trophe, putting out for their touU. every week for 30 permission from the king of Siatn to I.ordon, Knglnnd, "bprendingout His hnnds as a swlirimcr erect a S200.000 hotel that will bo 1,000 years preached from the Kplstle to the fprendeth forth his hands to swim," but Hebrews. It is nn exhilaration to me feet long and four stories high. they thrust Him tn the sore heart, nnd Senatok IIanna is said to have paid ihen I come across a theme which I they smote Ills fair cheek, nnd the for his suite of apartments at Claridgc'a feel no one else lias treated, and my storm and dnrkness swallowed them is one of that kind. are There hotel, where he stopped while in Lon- text up. I ask you to lay hold of this Christ don, 173 guineas a week. This is about paths in God's Word thutare well beatnud lay hold of Him now. You will sink en by Christian feet. When men want without Hi tn. From horlron to horizon to quote Scripture, they quote the old . .. All the personal paragraphs and Vtnt ntmA .nt1 la .! ilt wisv oia in ijmt wisij JilU HIIUI1K tKHTappcarlf.heIJona6n' tmssnjjcs that every ono 'tin hcnrdr AilM1tci?'CTirTTrfnrfW,yi wlttrhTho: nting tmck-nn- rt papers is paid for, except that which When they wnnt a chapter read, they us He shook off the snmkryiero rnptttt mi t i.t,rr..1 relates to the royal family, tho nobili- read a chapter that nil the other nnd Ills feet were free, nmrvln I hear many snylng: "Well, I would been- reading-- so that the stepped down into the wave Jinre ty and the. diplomatic eorps. Wfour like to be n Christian. I am going to is iiinornnt of three- - transgressions, X jikb J o Ionian rrore of A OOO acres church It came oVJ!!ls nnd tn aa Diego county, (,'nl., and it is fourths of the Ilible. to wounded feet, nnd it tame nbe'e the work become a Christina." Mj brothald to bo the largest in the world. It You go into the Louvre, at Paris. You spear stab In His side aye. it ashed er, you begin wrong. When n man In was b;;un ia liUO, when 170 acres confine yourself to one corridor of that drowning, nnd n strong switnmercomes were planted, and it has been annually opulent gallery of paintings. As you to the, lacerated temple, the high water out to help him, he n.v to him: "Now mark of Ills anguish. Then, rising lie added to, until it has reached its pres- come out your friend says to you: "Did above the flood, "He stretched forh Ills on quiet. Put your nrm on my arm or ent size. my shoulder, but don't struggle, j ou sec that KembrandtV" "No." "Did hnnds in the midst of them, ns Hint The origin oi saying "as clean as a you see that Reubens'."' "No." "Did swimmeth sprendeth forth his hands don't try to help jounelf, and I'll take whistle" is ascribed to the "whistle you see you ashore. The more you struggle nnd "No." tnnkard" of olden times, in which the tee thatthat Titian?" "No." "Did vou to swim. the more you try to help you! self the Raphael?" "Well," you have ever watched a swimmer, more If whistle came into play when tho tank- says jou impede me. Now, he quiet, jour friend, "then j on did not see you notice that his whole ho.tv Is ard was emptied or "cleared out," to the Loin re." Now, my frimds. I think brought into plaj The arms are fiVxrd, nnd I'll tnl,e j on ashore." When Christ, uuuuunco to me waiter tnat more w core too much apt to conllne ourselves the hnnds drive the water bark, the the strong swimmer, comes out to save liquor was required. n soul, the sinner snys: "That's right. I to one of the great corridors of Scrip- knees are active, the head i thrown Dean E. a. Hoffman, of the Union ture truth, and so much so that there is back to escape strangulation, the whole nm glad to see Christ, and I am going to Theological beminary of Xevv York, who is tho richest clergyman in this not one person out of n million who has body is in propulsion. And when Christ help lllm In the work of my redempI country, began his career in the church ever noticed the nil suggestive nnd pow- sprang into the deep to save us He tion. am going to pray more, and that will help Him, nnd I nm going to weep as rector of St. Mark's church in Phil- erful picture In the words of my text. threv Ills entire nature into it all His The text represents God as a strong Godliend, His omniscience. His good- extravagantly over my sins, nnd that adelphia and organized the St. Mark's swimmer, striking out to push down in- ness, His love. His omnipotence, head, will help Him." No. It will not. Stop workingrnen's club. doing. Christ will do nil or none. The Tacoma (Wash.) Daughters of iquity and avc the souls of men. "He henrt, eyes, hnnds, feet. We were far the American He solution nre to erect a shall spread forth His hands in the out on the sea nnd so deep down in the You ennnot lift nn ounce, you cannot bronze drinking fountain in that city midst of them, as he that swimmeth waves and so far out from the shore that move nn Inch, in this mutter of your re as a memorial to N'arcissa Prentict sprcadeth forth his hands to swim." nothing short of an entirp God could demption. This is the dlfiiciilty which keers hitman, a pioneer school teacher, The figure ib bold nnd many tided. save us. Christ leaped out for our reswho was murdered by Indians at Most of you know how to swim. Some cue, saying: "Lo, I come to do thy thousands of souls out of tin- Kingdom Waiipu, Wash. November 29, 1847. , of you learned it in the city school, will!" and nil the surges of human nrd of Hcnvcn. It la becausc4hey cniiuot CtmiouB wounds were made by light- where this art is taught; some of you satonlc hate beat against Him, and consent to lot Jesus Christ begin and ning strokes on residents of Iferlin. in boyhood, in tho river near jour those who wntched Him from the gates complete the work of their redemption. .None of the wounded has extensive father's house; some of you since you of Heaven fenred He would go down "Why," you say. "then is there nothing burns; the wounds look as if caused by came to manhood or womanhood, while under the wave, nnd Instead of saving for me to do?" Only one thing hnve u charge of grain shot. The holes lummciing on thebeach of the sea. It is you to lo, nnd that is to Iny hold of others would Himself perish, putreach to the bone and are surrounded u good thing to know how to swim, not ting His breast to the foam nnd hut, slinking Christ anil let lllm nchlcvc your salvaby a web of blue and brown lines. only for yourself, but because you will the surf from His locks, He came on tion nnd achieve It all, I do not know In reply to a letter of inquiry from after awhile perhaps have to help oth- nnd on until He is now within the reach w hrthcr I mnke the mntter plain or not, the editor of the Christian Advocate, ers. of everyone here, eye omniscient, heart 1 simply wnnt to show you tliatn innn tien. Frederick Funston, of Kansas, I do not know anything more stirring infinite, arm omnipotent, mighty to cannot save himself, but thnt the Alwrites that he was born In New Car- or sublime than to see some man like save, even unto the uttermost. mighty Son of God can do It nnd will do lisle, O. He says his mother's family Normnn McKcnlc leaping from the it If you ask Htm. Oh, fling your two Oh, it was not half a God that tramwas from North Carolina, and that lit) ship Madras into the sea to save Charles pled down bellowIngGcnncsarct; it was nrms, the nrm of your trust nnd the nrm j Ik related to the Virginia family of hi Turner, who had dropped from the roy- not n quarter of a God that mastered of your love, around thu omnipotent name. al yard while trying to loosen the sail, swimmer of the crossl of s Uedfoiid county, Tenn., ia having a bringing him back to the deck nmid the the demons GodGndnra; It was not Hnve you ever stood by and seen some of a that lifted up Lazarus natural gas boom. Recently some huzzas of the passengers and crew. If Into the arms of his overjoyed sisters; one under process of resuscitation after phosphate prospectors struck a large a man lias not enthusiasm enough to vein of gas near Shelbyvllle, and al- cheer in biich circumstances, he de- It was not a fragment of God who of- long submergence? The strong swim ready there is a considerable rush to serves himself to drop into the sea and fered pardon nnd pence to nil thernce. mer lias put him on the bench nfter n No. Th.'s mighty sivv tinnier threw Ills struggle In the waters. To excite develop the discovery. Thirty-fiv- e Royal Hubreathing in the almost lifeless body large mineral and gas leases have been have no one help him. The was estab grandeur, His glory, His might. Ills w mane society of England His omnipotence nnd Ills eternity what manipulation, what friction of the put on record and the buildings of lished in 1774, its object to applaud and into tins one act. it tirok both hands of cold limbs, whntartlflcial movement oi plants has begun. reword those who should pluck up life God to save us both feet. How do I the lungs, whnt breath of the rescuer U human McIntyre is suing the city from the deep. Anyone who has per prove It? On the cross were not both blown into the mouth of the rescued! JN. Y., for damages, oi mngiiamton, formed such n deed of daring has all the hands nailed? On the cross were not And when breathing begins, and nfter homo time ngo, under city authority, of that bravtry recorded the number 1M was tacked on tho door particularsrecord, and ou his breast In both feet spiked? His entire nature nwhile the slight respiration becomes a public u Involved in our redemption! the deep sigh, and the eyes open, nnd of his residence. Sine then on Janumedal done in blue nnd gold and bronze, 1.1 his wife died and on Mav 13 ary If you hnve lived much by the water, the blue tips take on a smile, what rehis n10t'ra, a"d inscription, you notice also thnt If anyone Is going joicing, what clapping of hands nil up house burned down. Ho is sure that ' ?n,hr tellInfJ l? future KencUons the brav-i,,the unlucky number which the city . cry oui, wie rescue of and down the beach, whnt congriitula the man or woman who saved must io independent, the drowning he tion for the strorg swimmer nnd for nil on his door has hoodooed him, be able drowning. it is Ella, Wiikklur Wilcox thinks the some aone fromthing to snveaHut if from to go alone. There mny be a time when who helped In Hie restoration, whnt such worthy body he must spring out to save one. nnd he shouting of "Ho lives, he lives!" Like successful in an "is one who has made ti happy home for his wife and child ron, the deep I ask you if it is not a worth- cannot get a lifeboat, and if he goes this Is the glndncss when n soul that has no matter what he has done ia tho ier thing to save an Immortal soul. And out and has not strength enough to been submerged in sin nnd sorrow Is you shnll sec this hour the Son of God bear himself up way of winning money or fame." nnd hear another up "coming to." What desire on the part ten achievement. It is pred cted that in less than five shall forth for this His hands in "He he will nlnk, nnd Instend of dragging of all to help, and, when under the spread forth the one corpse out of the billows you will breath of God and under the manipuyears tho sturgeon will become practically extinct in tho great lakes and midst of them, as he that swimmeth have two to drag out. When Christ lation by the wounded hnnds of Christ, on tho Atlantic coast unless their ex- sprendcth forth his hnnds to swim." sprang out into the sea to deliver us, the life eternal of the soul begins to tyi order to understand the full force istence is maintained by artificial prophe had no life buoy. His Father d.'J show itself, all through tho ranks ot of this figure, jou need to realize thnt not Help Him. Alone In agation. the wine press, speetntors. terrestrial ttnd celestial, The reason why the Oreat Salt Lake our nice is in a sinking condition. Yoa nlone tn the pang, alone In the dark- goes the cry: "He lives. Rejoice, for in Utah is growing mnller, according-l- sometimes hear people talking-owhat ness, alone on the alone In the dead Is uhve ngnint" May tho livProf, James E. Tnlmage, is that the they consider the most benutlful words the sea! Oh, If He mountain, He saves us, ing Christ this moment put out for volume f.' water from its four tribu In our language. One man says It is have all the crefnt, for "there was shall "spreading Ills tary rlvurs is beinjr moro nud mart "Home," nuother man tays It is the word to Help.' iso onr, no wing, no none your rescue, you, us a swimmerhnnds in spread ladder! the midst of dir.'rted by irrigation. "mother," another tayi it is the wwd I Wlwa Nathaniel Lla fell in the battle eth his hands to awiml" (Ccpyrlcht, Loul-- i Klopscn. 1119.) to-da- y S3-1- "Jesus," but I tell you the Mtttjfst word in till our language, the motCnn-grand baleful, the wotd saturated with the most trouble, the word thai nc. counts for nil tho loathsoiriencRsinml the pang and the outrage nnd thcimr-rowinand that word is "sin." .jYou spell it w lt!i three letters, nnd ycttioe thrre let ers describe" t he eireu inference nnd pierce the diameter of everything bad in the universe. Sin is n. sibilant word. You cannot pronounce it giving tho siss of tho llameoi the hiss of the serpent. SinI Ami tbu if von ndil three letters to that jvord it describes everyone of us by nnture slnnei WehnvcoutragcdthelnwofGod, not occasionally, or now and then, but perpetually. The Ilible declares It. Hark! It thunders two clnpsl "The heart is deceitful above nil things and desperately wicked." "The soul that slnucth, it shall die." Whnt thcftliblo snj s our own conscience nlllrms. After Judge Morgan had sentenced. Lady Jane Grey to death his conscience troubled him so much for the ilccd'thnt he became insane, nnd nil through his insanity he kept saying: "Take her away from me! Lady Jane Grey .Take her awayl Lady Jnnc Grey!" It was the voice of conscience. And no" man ever does nnything wrpng, however great or small, but his conscience brings that matter before him, nnd ntevcry step of his mlsbehnv ior it says: "Wrong, wrong!" Sin Is a leprosy; sin is a sin is n consumption; iln is pollution; sin is death. Give It a fair chance, nnd It will swnmpyou and me. body, mind nnd soul, forever. In this world it only gives n fntnt Intimation of its virulence. You see n patient In the first stages of typhoid fever. The cheek Is somewhat flushed, the hands somewhat hot, percceded by n slight chill. "Why," you say, "typhoid ,f ever does not seem to be much of a disease." Hut wait until the patient has been weeks under it, nnd nil his energies have been wrung out, and he Is too w eak to lift his little finger, nnd his intellect gone, then you see the full havoc of the disease. Now, sin in this world Is an ailment which is only in its first stages, but let it get under full way typhoid. Oh, and it is nn if we could see our unpardoned sIls ns God sees them, our teeth would chatter nnd our knees would knock together, and our respiration would be choked, and our heart would break. If your sins are unforgircn, the' are bearing down on you and you arc sinking-sink- ing away from happiness, sinking nwny from God, sinking away from everything that is good nnd blessed. Then what do we wnnt? A swimmer a strong swimmer, n swift swimmer' And blessed be God. In my text vahave him nnnounccd. "He shall spread forth His hands in the midst of them, as He that swimmeth strctrhcth forth Ills hands to swim." You have notlsjl that re when n swimmer goes to resctiM he nuts off his heavy apparel. not have any snch Imp' jJlnn,. y g, chaigc in front of his troops, he had n wholi army to uhcer him. When Ncy sprang Into the contest and plunged In the spun till the horses finnks spurted Hood, nil France applauded him. Hut Jesus nlonel "Of the people therj wns none to help." Mnr-sh- ut I v 1th-o- ut "All forsook Him nnd fled." Oh, it wns uotnflotllhi that sailed i!dwn and saved u. It was not n cluster of gondolas that came over the wave, it wns one person, Independent and nlone, '..'spreading out Ills hands among us ns n swim- nature rc nn Improvement, t'nere I n chance. The rsndle (MVP way to 'rtiPspiniiiiiRvviircl tomscliincrv, olectticlty Jlif ore to the nutninnhilc The fact thnt ' iliioU'tti r' Stomach llitteis hn bom for over half n rmtiiry, prove Its value I'licre I untiling to equal it for itomncli or liver trouble. It is Nature's ovv u rciuidy, and llir only guc to cure djupcpua or weak stomach. a soon n 1 FsiiIhr or thp rfnr, w a "It Is an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good. '' A woman heltcrr H man when hesnsshe N f(..ihlc, even though slip I.1 but a mu meat Mure believed linn when lie isul she was pretty. Detioit Journal, Keni in I no Cretlulltr. Th.it small Ache or pjln or uxtkntss is the "ill wind" thM directs yotir jf-- J ttntion to the necessity of purifying your blood by t.tking flood's Srsjp,u rllU. Then your ivfwlc Zhv receives good, for the purified blood goes ting-tin- g to every org.in. It is the remedy ' for .ill Ages ana both sexes. Jfocdi SaUafmUf&i 1 "You thnll ny dearly for this'" he hisiril. nnd the person nddren-- d did, for it wni the coal man, vvho luid put li''nt-s ton in the cellar, vvho mnde the Hinaik. Philadelphia North American "I've cot no en.r," said n l.ivvvr vvho vr.1. tryinir a suit for damage npt tikt a rndrond, "hut I vo got the jury."- - Atiluou Ulobc. f pin-loiu- 'd BREATH Uklntf fw oudoif uilr Mr tUuKMr Irk tUimarliMiHl our ili BAD - MlltWlt I 1 m t a vVWbV s mil') "I knvB'ru niltig- (Wir.lMRTft nnd ml ptTtttlTH Uiki.ti ihrr are ttmlr ami tin llltteiitiou.o 'V'x VVIIIIKLMIMA of t J After tfilh win Cartrli irij - lim.rti-r- J . rti a tttrat tirtti iu llio I t.- rrt Nitlirrni xllh aoillf llDcluuatl.Ubld. NAI.'tU M CANDY pnr-nlysi- s; Dizzy? Then vour liver iin't acting well. You suffer from bilious constipation. 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Tho Annual Report SMALL SKIRMISHES. & til tcc fetrral "f hm Take plnr., In Tim Urifish Troops in the Vicinity Atchison, Kan., Oct. U. Notwithstanding tho fact that fully 500 armed of Dundee Are in Very men surrounded tho Island between Atchison and Doniphan all Sunday night, tho two bandits who Haturday night killed ono man and wounded anATTACK BY ENEMY HAS COMMENCED. other at Doniphan, and duplicating this crlmo near hero Sunday while Tlio Hours N'iimIht U.000 Stronjr, and being pursued by a posse, escaped daylight. It scorns that tho rob? Ftirtliur News Is Anxiously Awaitbors crept through tho line of guards ed by tlio KiicIIhIi rooplp. norno time during tho night, and steals Ing n team of horea mado good their escape. UritUh troop Defeat the lloera Near Tho body of Policeman Kobort GIncneIheKn(llli Commander, din, who wns killed near the log French, AUu Jtnuted 1 lieui at Aland' barricade in ado by tho robbers, has Unci With Heavy Lnt. been recovered. At tho barricade were Glkncoi: Cami Oct. 22. After eight found an empty cartridge box and n hourn of roittluuous heavy fighting vct, hut nothing to lead to tho ident T'alann hill was carried by thu DubHu ity oi mo men. a pool ot uioou Fusllccr and tlio King's Hlllo under showed that ono of tho robber had cover of a well served artillery flro by been badly wounded. Hundred of the 13th nnd O'Jth batteries. Thu Hocrs men aro searching for the bandits, who svho threatened tlio Hrltlsh rear havo apparently aro provided with plenty of ammunition. retired, The light was almost an exact counAMERICAN ARMY OFFICERS. terpart of that at Majuba Hill, except that the positions of the llocr and I'mir llv llxvii Drtitllrit to I'roreeil lu llrttUh force wore reterscd. (Sen. fuuth Africa tit lllimrrn mill llepurt Syinum wm severely, but not dangerUpon tlm Mllltxrr (IjtvritlliMii. ously wounded, lie- win hol through WASiiiNOToa. Oct. 21. Col. Sumner, the thigh, but no bones were broken. Mn J. Storey, CnpL Olbou and Capu He in cheerful. Slocum have been detailed to proceed Although tho enemy' position wa carried soon a fter o'clock, scattered to South Africa and observe uud refifing' went on almost till atternoon. port upon military operations in the 4'rauraaL The final null was made with triCol. Mimncr Is a brigadier general umphant yoll, and ait tho Hrlllsli of voiuntiors, hUpreont station being troop charged to cloo quarters tlm enemy turned and lied, leaving all that of military attacho to tho United their Impediment and gutu behind Slate cmb.iy ut London. MaJ. Storey U ktatloued at Governor Island; them in their precipitate Might. London, Oct. 31. The wurollloc Sun- Capu Oibon It an ordnance olllccr staday afternoon published tho following: tioned at Columbus and Capt. Slocum, "White, commander In Natal, to tho who wa United State military atsecretary of klutc for war, filed at y tache at Lisbon, la already on hlu way smith. Ootober 34 10:80 a. in. In to Capo Town. the action at Hlaudsliingtc yesterday FIRST MONTANA VOLUNTEERS the troop engaged were the following: Cavalry, ftth Lancer, a tquadrnu lliry urn WVIruinnil t lluttr, .Miint., b Ihoilf.iiuli nml rrrsrntril wllh.Mril- of the Mh Dragoon Guards tho ImIn iliiilli! Ifimllllnii. perial Light Horc and two tquadrod of Xutal carbineer: artillery. 3lt Sr. Paui, Minn., GcU 21. A JSutte, Held bottcry, 42d field battery and tho Mont., special to tho Dltpatch says: Natal Hold battery; Infantry, tho Dev- Tho 11 Montana volunteer arrived onshire rvfflmont, lialf a battalion of here Monday nt 10 o'clock n. in. ond tho Cordon Highlander and the were given a roiulug welcome. At regiment. Thu whole foreo Dillon a committee formally wrlcomcd wa under (Sen. French, with Col. them to thu fctate, aud escorted them to Ian Hamilton commanding the in- llutte, where many tho&nnd of people fantry. from all part of the city met them. "AtX:80p. in, our gun took a posi- After pecche and a dinner tlio men tion on a ridge 4.100 yard from tho were presented with medals of honor Hocrs, where guns at once opened tire. by United .State hcuator Clark. The Tin lire wa generally well directed. men will be entertained here nil day butjomowhat high. Till time, con- ami after breakfast Tuesday will go trary to previous experiences, thoir Helena. Monday night a 510,000 to ahell hunt well. technical ditplay was given. The "The Itocr gun, although often men aro iuplcudld pliyhlc.il condition. temporarily kilrnceJ, invariably openIltlapllwl ut ImtU), O , ItrttrilX'll. ed lire again on the slightest oppor1'ixdi.av, O., Oct. 21. The mokt distunity, and were served with great courage. After severe lighting our astrous lire In tho hitory of the city infantry carried thu ottlun. At 0:50 occurred Monday morning when the . in. thl wa acoomvlUhcd, the enemy .Stone city home and hopital building Mantling hi (round to the lat with wa entirely conumed. The lire startcourage and tenaoity. Tho Fifth ed from a live wire. The pitlcuts were La noer and a tquadron of the Fifth removed while the wall were falling Dragoon Guards charged three times nnd furniture burning. No deaths arc through the retreating Hoer In thu reported, but nino person are in n critical condition from shook nnd exdark, doing considerable execution. "Wo captured the lioor camp, with posure. The total loss is estimated at tent, wagons, horses and ulso two 830,OK. gun. The llocr losses wcro very con HarrUori In I.nmlon. loirable, including a number of London. Oct. 21. The prince ol wounded and unwounde! prisoners. Wale Monday received Among tho former nro (Ion. dan h'ook ltcujamln HurrUon lu nudicuco nt nnd Plet Joubcrl, nephew of Com- Marlborough house. Mr. Harrison mandant (ten. Joubert. was accompanied by Ambaadoi "Ono good train with upplle for Choatc. After the audience Mr. HarGlencoc oamp and nine English prlv rison visited the house of commons, I re nccoinpanled by A. J. llalfour, the govoner wore recovered. Our grct to ay, wa heavy. It is roughly ernment leaiicr in the house, and the computed nt 190 hilled and wounded. first lord of tho treasury. London, Oct. 'J I. Up to midnight I IrrtiiKii Klllril nnd Injiirrd. tho war otllco wa besieged with inMoKki.M'OIit. Pa., Oct- - 21. 1'lroman quiries, the heavy llhts of Hritish IJoMMirouuli was kllleil nnd Fireman dosses causing much heartburning. Moloney badly Injured during the Said a worklngiunn, who wa reading the list: "If till i tho pricoof afternoon ladder practice nt tho cenThe aerial Mizcraluty, good Hod, but wo aro pay- tral lire station Monday. ladder had been shot up and tho men ing in full." Ill regarded a not impossible that had Just reached tho top when tho wagOen. White may yet bo compelled to on overbalanced and tho men fell with the ladder, which was broken into concentrate all tho Natal force at pieces. ol Ladysmtth and await tho arrival Ilmircrnt rnnininnitrr Wnrmljr Itecelved. tho army corps. Caiiacai, Venezuela, Ocl. 34. Oen. London, Oct. 31. Great alarm folt Clprlauo Castro, tho insurgent comIn London over the poiltlou of lion. Ynlc and hi troops near Glcncoe. It mander, during tho recent revolution, Is known that hi forco is surrounded entered thl city Monday. A warm reby a largo army of Hocrs, whose ception wa accorded him. Thero was lighting strength is estimated at - no trouble when Castro arrived and no fear of renewed lighting is felt, as ooo. Thero is no attempt in ofllclal clrclci everybody want peace, without retalito conceal tho anxiety over tho situa- ation. llmth of Millionaire Um. 1'etsr. tion. Reference was m ado to it in LAPKKit, Mich., Oct. 24. -- Win, Peter, parliament by several speakers, and tho government Is nwnlting with a millionaire and veteran plonccr.dlod gravo concern further news from the at his homo in ColumblavUlo Monday, aged 75 years. Mr. l'eter had extenfront. Cai'k Town, Oct, 24. News has been sive Interests in Columbiavllle, includrccrlvcd from Dundee to tho effect ing ono of the largest woolen inlllii in that tho llocr disaster nt Klandslaagtc tlio west. Ho also had largo business interest in Hay City, Toledo and the staggered tho llocrs completely, tho attack upon Dundeo feeble. Georgian bay district, Ontario, London, Oct. 21. Tho Dally Mall Allrce i:mhrilrr Arretted. says It understands a mussngo wa re Oct, 21. John IliciiMo.vi), Va ceived in Loudon Monday from Cecil charged with embezzling at, the Rhodes, dated ut Klinborlcy October Carncglo steel works, Pittsburgh, Pa 10, declaring In substance that tho was arrested Monday and left Tuesday of Klmbcrlcy desired to for Pittsburgh lu charge of Detective draw tho attention of tho government Milieu, of that city. to tho need of speedily sending Wur Milps nt HI. Jolun and llisllfex. there, as tho town was St. .Toiinh, N. F Oct. 24. Owing to surrounded by increasing numbers. Ottawa, Oct 24. Thegovernor gen- international complications that may eral, Lord Minto, has received a cable- possibly arise out of tho war in South gram from Mouth Africa dated Mon- Africa, it is expected that Hrltlsh war day afternoon to the effect that Prcsb hips will remain at St. Johns aud dent Kruger has decided to surrender. Halifax throughout tho winter. of Sure Oen. Van cl'il 1'laoe In the liilllp- Which tlm Insurgent! Ke- - tcfe - e cefrcc c - - frt e c frtciJC ccric C'C cfC c c J66seer - - - - - the Worst of It. STATE NEWS LEXINGTON BATTALION. PICK-UP- S. Ilojpeii, of the American Navy. Of Groat Peril. the 8 CuitmHUi llurlnf the War Mln Onljr IT llnve Itecelved With fenaloii the Kicellent tanltar Cuiiillllont'ln the NaT. be-for- o Dlck-crso- n, Washington, Oct. 23. The strongest recommendation in tho annual report of Surg. .Gen. Van llcypcn, just made public, is that relating to the Increase of the medical corps of tho navy. He points out that while thero has been n steady increase in the enlisted force of the navy for the pat two years, and while the marine corps has been swelled by tho addition of 3,000 men, there has been no suitable provision made for n( corresponding Increase in tho medical corps, wlrlch is charged with the care o( tho health of these men. Kvery surgeon who is not sick is said to be on duty and tho department hai been unable to supply surgeons fot - 1 11 La-d- All Man-uhost- cr lEff py-r- o 1 needed recruiting and other duties. Therefore, the surgeon general say. that the corps bo increased five surgeons aud twenty assistant surgeon; and live volunteer surgcon'j whoscrveu in the war and who arc now in service, bo transferred to tho regular rolls and tho ago limitation bo removed. There are eighteen of tticse men, and in tome cases they nro over thirty years of ago. It is tilso earnestly requested thai the naval assistant surgeons be placed on nu equality with those of tho army in pay and rank. At present the army can get nil of the medical service I need, while the navy can get scarcely any surgeon to serve. Thero aro now four vacancies In the rank of assistant surgeons, nnd there will be eight more during the year, and the hopo is expressed that the corpt will not be allowed to die out from lack of recruit which must follow utiles tlio inducements are equal to those offered in the army, ut least. The surgeon general calls attention to tho fact that of the 81 casualtlct during the war with Spain, omy have put In pension application! so far. a most noteworthy fact in viuw of thu report that IS of the casualties resulted for the year. In concluding, the report special attention is invited to the excellent sanitary conditions existing in the navy aud especially In the Asiatic iquadrou during tho past year. Harly precaution were taken to ptevent a far at posiiblu the ill effect resulting froir necessary climatic exposure and tc gixc the host care and attention to the sick. Thu results have proven their cfllcacy ami tho sick ruiort from ttie vessels in tho Philippines indicate a hig.i standard of physical elllcicncy in thu squadron. 1 Manila, OoU 24. The insurgents around Calamba nnd Angeles havo bothered the Americans lately with their rcpctcd attacks, like most of the l'lllpino attacks, consisting of shooting a lot of ammunition into their opponents' camp irom long range. MnJ Cheatham's battalion of the 37th Infantry, three companies of the 21st infantry, a battery of tho Dth nrtillerj and a Gatlln gun sallied out Monday morning from Calamba, drovo the rllipinos from their trenches and pursued them for three miles. Inflicting hoary loss on thein. One American was killed nnd three were wounded of the 2lst Infantry. Lieut. Ferguson, with 20 scoutn of the 20th regiment, rcconnoltcrlng near Labao, encountered a party of mounted Filipinos. He killed six of them anil captured eight, with ten rilles. Four men from the gunboat wcro lured ashore, 18 miles 'from Hollo by a fltg of truce and the insurgent killed one of them, wound d one and captu-e- d a third. The gunboat wa iina'jtc to fire for fear ol woundtiig The 2d bnt a ion of the 19th regiment, Maj. Rccfe commanding, for Lo.Io Monday to reinforce the the troons. Mari-vijlos DOUBLE Mrs. Bis MURDER. Nightly Drllli Have Keen Ordered-- Th Impretdon I That They Ma Be f ent to Clay County. I'rpper, an Aged Woman and Hef Grandson. Killed Evidently for tLe Furpoie of Jtobbery. cold-blood- Lkxinoton, Ky., Oct. 22. Th Lexington battalion, Kentucky itatc guards, reported at the armory Friday evening in reply to a special call frm tho rcspertlvo company commanders, who in turn havo orders from CoL Williams to drill every night until further orders. CoL Williams received his orders from Adjt Gen. Collier and is not acquainted with The militiamen have the impression that they are to bo sent again to Manchester. Circuit court opens at tne Clay county capital next week and in the light of occurrences since the assassination of Tom Haker nt the last term of court it is very likely that troops in greater numbers will be necessary to the safety of the court. THE LOUISVILLE CANAL. their-significanc- Hodok.nvh.lk, Ky., Oct. 21. News of a double murder, evidently committed for the sole purpose of robbery, has reached this city from Lynn Camp creek, Hart county. Mrs. Sis Pepper, an aged woman of that neighborhood, and her grandson, a boy named Iludgins, aro the victims. They had been dead nearly tvto day when discovered, and their mangled bodies had been lying out in the yard, where they had been thrown by the murderers. The accd was committed with an nx and Mrs. Pepper had been chopped almost to pieces. TROOPS ARE READY. Clay County Circuit Court Opened Moada and stats I orce Aro Prepared ' to Move nt Once. cm-bark- ed CoL Aoi'ltlon lllte, at the Ohio Appropriation to Improve Oct. 20. Valley Improvement Meeting AoLs for an 1 1. MONEY ORDER SYSTEM. The Annual Itrport "limri n I.irgo In- crrntn Over Yr.ir tinier Drnvrn In t Hill mill 1'nrto Itlco. Louisville, Ky., Col. W. W. Ui Washington Oct. 24. The annual report of the money order system of the post olllw department shows a total issue during the year amounting to S224.05S.Sij.; an incrasc of S20,Ct,-4'J- I over last year. The total earnings of the system, aggregating hhow an increase of 305,001. On these trdcrs a war revenue tax of S.Y79,S8G was co.lccted. There were 4,300 new ofmoney orders added and dofices 20,007,870 mestic and 03S.601 International money orders issued. The reportshows that while for SO years past the average nmpUut of each order has decreased, tils average during the past year was 8X2, an Increase of 10 cents over the prcv ou year. Orders drawn in Cuba nnd paid here aggregated amiMcc versa $SS,iru: In Porto ltico thos. arawn for payment here, S 100,185, anl rice versa, 813,173. -- Hlte. of Louisville, offered a resolution asking the recommendation of an appropriation of 512,000 to improve the Louisville canaL A resolution was also presented requesting the association to assume as part of Its work the improvement of Salt river. These, with other resolutions, were referred to the committee on resolutions. Hon. A. S. Hcrry, of Newport, Maj. W. 11. Hixby, of tho United States engineer corps, and others spoke on river improvements. Thursday afternoon the delegates will make a'trip of inspection around the Ohio falls aboard the steamer Columbia. At Liberty for an Hour. FitANKFoitT, Ky., Oct. 22. Jke London, Ky.. Oct. 23. Clny county circuit court opened Monday at Man chester. The fucdists, Eddy and Floyd Chadwcll and SoL.Tom and Jim Griflin will be tried for tho killing of Deputy Wash Thackcr, of the Philpot faction. Gov. Hradley has'troops in readiness tc go to the protection of the court immediately upon request of the judge. Slnco tho last term of court CO men and one woman havo been shot, and there are only four indictments. Farm Hand Charged With Mnrder. i-- FIRE IN SOUTH CHICAGO. lourtrpii llullclluc lnc tlm irml lantnil llulrl ll.,xu I'rrton Injured, Str llurnrd, InrludA - lo, Chicago, Oct. 28. A business block In South Chicago was but tied early buuday, entailing a lossof S120,000and painfully injuring Vi person v Fourteen luildlngs were burned. An old landmark was destroyed In the burning of the Grand Central hotel. It was a frame luildlug and was consumed rapidly. The guests had barely time to save themselves and lied for safety with but llltlo apparel. The persons who were injured icccivcd burns or sprains and bruises. The fuo originated in the barn in the rear of Peter Hasan's saloon and spread both east and west. Tho Grand Central hotel wa one of tho first build- ings to go. Nearly all tho property was Insured. Several iiremen were Injured, one probably fatally. Several guests of tho hotel were burned. I'lxilbllliv nl Httlit llvlnc Itenetred. Wariiinoton, Oct. 22. President will send to the senate tho nominations of Kr. A dm. Sampson nnd Kr. Admr. Schloy, and other ofllccrs recommended last year for advance-- , meut a a reward for gallant conduct in action. Tills is likely to renew tho old fight between thu friends of Samp-soand Schley, as Sampson is to be advanced six numbers and Schley four. Out west tho president found great enthusiasm for tho navy. Mo-Klnl- Smith, a convict in the state penitentiary here, enjoyed a short period of freedom Frluay night. lie escaped over the walls of the institution at 7 o'clock and was captured an hour later by Deputy Warden Punch. Smith is serving a sentence of ten years for robbery. llrotheri' Fatal Quarrel. 4 WiNCHKSTKit, Ky., Oct. 23. At Ford O'BPlEN EXPELLED. Jerry Taylor and Joo Taylor, brothers, The l'arnefcl raUemb r for Kilkenny City and colored, fought, and Joe was disOilstsdaBl'atLQ. limine- - at t'ainiuant emboweled by Jerry with a pocket of 3i otogoJ1" ' m Knu c na taIAA.Jir ry ftd and has npt been apprehended. A disLoMirNMVt. 24. During tho course pute over the propsr way to raise of Mond.vW proceedings, while the children caused the trouble. house of commons was discussing the of the supplementary estimates Old Uruilse the Cue. report FLKiii.NOSiiLiio, Ky., Oct. 20. W. A. Patrick O'ltrien, Parnelllte member for Kilkenny city, declared that the Hradley, aged 55, u farmer, was shot hands of the Hrltlsh secretary of state and instantly killed by John L. Mark-we- ll for the colonies, Joseph Chamberlain, at Cranio City Wednesday mornwere as much stained with blood as ing. The killing was the result of an those of any murderer who ever mount- old grudge. No arrests have been ed the scaffold. made. The spealcr, William Court Cullcy, Another ltecelrer Appointed. called upon Mr. O'Hrlen to withdraw Wasiiinoton, Oct.22. Tho controller his remark, but ho refused to do so. of the currency Friday appointed whercujon tho house, by a vote of 310 James H. Ross, of Uniou City, Intl., to 20, usolvcd to suspend him, nnd he receiver of the First national bank of left tho house, remarking: "You had Newport, Ky., to take the placo of better bring up another army corps, G. H. WUhhlre. the present receiver uivlessyou want itsomewhere else." who resigned. The house then adjourned. ' of Lexington, Mu.vfoiidsville. Ky., Oct. 23. Dep-tSheriff John E. Hubbard arrested and lodged in jail here Georgo Davis, who lived on the farm of Mrs. Shipp. who, with her grandson, was murdered Monday night. Hlood was found on his clothing. He claims that he got it there while poUsum hunting. Twc other men who aro suspected are being pursued. y Feared a Lynching. Columbia, Ky., Oct. 23. Mac Jennings, aged 24, is charged with shooting and fatally wounding Arch Morely, atRurksvillc The wounded man is a brother of the jailer of Cumberland. Tho prisoner was brought hero because he objected to being placed with him, and partly because of fear of a mob in case Merely died. Inauguration Date Fixed. 11 "flKiliV xc-'wo'- U Fiiankfoiit, Ky., Oct. 21. Assistant Sccrctary.of. State Wood is plied with loUora aArtujihe liateTot' t'hVttfnugura! tion of the next governor. The law provides that the governor shall take his seat the fifth Tuesday nftcr olccs tion, December 12. Other state olll-cer- ..., JP-- I will not go in till the firat day in January. Mon- Col. Chcnault to Wed Richmond, Ky., Oct. 2a Public has been made of the coming marriage of Col. John B. Che. nault, late democratic candidate for state auditor and vico president of tho State bank here, and Miss Lida Ilur-gess, m I a prominent and wealthy society lady of Maysville, Ky. Kllllntr at Sumerset. SoMF.itsnT, Ky., Oct. 20. A. young A t GEN FUNSTON'S SWORD. Ho 'hjth Tlmt nt. the Iteport That lie Mould Accept On Account of the In- tcrlption It Not True. Fun-hto- n j 1 u San Fhancisco, Oct. 21. In regard to the report sent out that God. would not accept tho sword to b presented, by the people of Kansas on account of the objectionable Inscription, "I can hold this position until ray regiment is mustered out," on tho blade, said: 'I certainly do not intend to do any such thing, i greatly apprcclato tho proposed presentation of a sword from the peoplo cf my state, and tho Inscription Is ono of which I shall always be proud. I can see no reason why any one should Imagine that I would not accept tho sword with this inscription other than that I had not said the words thus attributed to me. I did say them." Hot October SI eather In Nebraska. Omaha, Neb., Oct. 2. All existing hot weather records for the last ten days in October the past SO years havo been broken In Nebraska during the past three duys. Saturday tho mercury reached 80 in tho shade at 4 p. m.j on Sunday it stood at S3 for four consecutive hours, and Monday the maximum was 88, with a high degree of Humidity, which mado tho heat very Hard to bear. The hot wave has been accompanied by a gale from the south. Snldde of a Yoitnc Mother. ,- Itrjnlclna; In Des Moines, Dks Moineh, la., Oct. 23. Thero was much rejoicing In this city Sunday over tho safe arrival of the 51st Iowa regiment nt San Francisco, Tho news was rcn-tierin- g received about 3:50, and tho curfew tvlilmlc, which can bo heard for many miles, sounded tho glad tidings and gave a saluto of 51 toots. All tho church bells in tho city were rung and tho now papers got out nn extra edition. TIip liilllpplne CuminUaliMiurs. Cuioauo, Oct. 23. Col Charles Den-band Prof Dean C Worcester, special commissioners to tho Philippines, en routo from Vancouver to Washington, D. C, reached Chicago Sunday. Col. Dcnby und Mrs. Denby and their son, T. G. Denby, who act as his father's secretary, left at 3 p, m. fcr Washington. Mrs. Worcester came down from Ann Arbor and met her husband. They departed for Ann Arbor, where tho professor will remain until Monday with his family, wlun ke will depart for Washington. y I Kol-le- Toi.koo, 0., Oct. 21. Mrs. Emma Nelster committed suicide by drowning Monday. She left tho house about 4 a. m., and the body wns found in tho river off Riverside park, about 50 feet from the shore. Deceased have birth to a child only a week nga Mrst to Ascend tho Vilcnnn. Cjty of Mjcxico. Oct. 24. Mis Dorothy Hcwiuon, of California, has arrived here from a climb to tho summit She is the of Popocatepetl volcano. first woman to ascend tho mountain. be-in- ;? man named Hayncs shut and killed Ross Mecce here Wednesday morning. Aseut TrHlltferrcd. Ky., Oct. 23. David A few months ago Mcece shot ond LouiMii.i.K, Many mounGates, internal revenue agent for the killed Hayncs' brother. Kentucky district, has been tr msferrcd tain men arc in town and there may to the Atlanta district, where he will bo more trouble. havo charge of Alabama. Georgia and Outcene Literature Through the Maltt. Florida. Ho Is succeeded by Agent W. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. Harry D. W. Yates, of Pennsylvania. Williams has been arrested, charged literature, obscene with sending The Klkt' Carnival and Street Fair. Ky., Oct. 23. Tho elks through the mails. The literature in Louisville, carnival and street fair ended Satur- question consisted of medical adverday night. Tho last day was Ken- tisements. tucky day. Got. Hradley and his stall Finn Acalntt Itetpett AUlruieil. were given a public reception. The Fbankfout, Ky., Oct. 22. In court attendance on the last day was 50,000. of appeals Friday in the ease of Jerome H. Respess, the Covington poolroom The prollts are well over 520,000. man, a decision wns rendered aftirining Heath of Kphraliu D. Sajrre. Kenton Lkxinoton, Ky., Oct. 23. Ephr&lra a judgment of the 81,000. circuit court imposing a fine of D. Sayrc, president of the Kentucky Hankers' association aud one of Kenlloth Kicked to Death. tucky's leading financiers, died hero Ky., Oct. 23. While BAitnwELL, Sunday of acute stomach trouble, "frollicking" with a mule on tho Hrown aged 70. place, three miles south of here, Sunday afternoon, brothers Tom and Held to the Circuit Court. Luther "Hud" Williams were simultaneously Richmond, Ky., Oct. 2a kicked and almost instantly killed. Creekmore. son of Kov. N. H. charged in five cases with obDoyle Oat for Senator. taining money by forged checks, was Louisvillk, Ky., Oct. 10. CoL. St. held over to the circuit court in default John lioylo has announced himself ai of 5400 bomL a candidate for tho United States senShot and Kllfcid. ate to succeed Lindsay. Flkjiinosuuiio. Ey., Oct. 20. At Many New Voter. Grange City Wednesday morning John Louisville, Ky., Oct 1. The count and instantly killed L. Markswcll shot Wat Hradley. The shooting was the of tho registration has just been comresult of bad feeling that had existed pleted. In all 41,257 voters were registered. Last year thero were 30,804. bitween them for some time. Acquitted, Hut Jluit Leave. Ihorouchbred Mare. Croker liny Hknton, Ky., Oct 20. Noah FrankLkxinoion, Ky Oct. 21. Richard Crokor, through correspondence, pur- lin, who was recently tried aud acquitchased of Clay & Woodford, Misused, a ted of the chargo of killing Daisy isul thoroughbred brood mare, and will llvan, October 30, 1800, has received a ship her to England for tho stud. written warning at his home near Hricnsburg that he must leave the Price private. county at onco or suffer. The Dead Uody Identified. Itobbed ot Nlntty.lhree Dollars. Coiuii.v, Ky., Oct. 3L Tho body of a Louibvii.lk., Ky., Oct. 19 man found near the railroad Thursday of Statu John' W. lleadley Tuesmorning was identified by Charles Sotlth as that of his brother. Ho was day reported to the police that ho had. U,ly killed whlls alighting from a been robbed of 90S In ths hiowa head. . Hcw-nilCreek-more, tr-i- n. r IV quarter - ' ' " '""JfSBjpr nygtfUy iji. " . 7' lijfil WWi " WMHWWWaWWIftW.fcJ MK '1 it.':i ' - ; - . ifKaaaaa THE HICKMAN COURIER, Ueorgo LOCAL NEWS. Several nutting purlieu went from Hickman to tho bottoms Saturday. W Good yard wido brown domestic, Uic. at Baltzek & Dodos. Bard-VeA. factory Is to bo located at for the. manufacture of tho Prentiss Harrow. Some, people cant see what pleasure tnoso who mind their own business ilud hi living. Hon Hourv George was advertised to speak on "Sassafras Rldgo last night, una wo presume tilled tho appointment. Tho adaptability of wireless telegraphy to naval uses will be tested by the warships Now York iiml Massachusetts. Uini' mi II!) when von want fresh Rolls. Bread. Fruits. Nuts and Candies. Good roads and good schools are worth moro to a county than all tho ixiliticiaus that you can crowd iuto a ten aero Held. Kobert Jones, a young man. committed suicide in Maytleld. Sunday, by tho uso of morphine. Ho had been on a prolonged spree. Farmers, call with your produce at MTb. SHAW'S Big Store. Tho drug tirm of Fisher it Held, of Fulton, has been placed In the hands of Juo. W. Chambers, as receiver, who will wind up the business. Tho Cliuton Democrat, last week, reported tho deaths of Mrs. Amanda Kongh, Miss Hattio Salmon and Mrs. Martha Statham, all of Hickman county. Buck will repair your Watch or 1 Clock aud guarantee it to run, or money ref uned and save yon mouey I HHhHHHtf-- -' NWt-- W Warren. OCT. HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, : : : i wiMrTlHNHHi 7, 1S99. il Hon. John W. Sferkes the (liatuifiuisliod Republican lend er and Inwyer, addressed the people io City Hall, Wednesday night, od the polltlenl itjsueH nf the day. The hall was well filled, one Hide being reserved Tor mid filled hy colored folks. Judge Yerkes' speech was forceful, intellectual, scholarly and liberal, indulging in not the slightest personal nbnse. To be sure it was ttrictly a pnrty speech, and bis legitimate nssnultB UDon the Democratic administration of State affairs could have been readily and effectually answered had a Democratic orator been present to reply. Ills speech was able and conservative and delivered with n calculating purpose uot to offend dissatisfied Democrats inclined to vote for Taylor. The wonder is with Democrats why, If we shall have a "DEWEY?" I: GUESS WE DO! 'v.- - vvr c ?wm. mt & in the Lines We -- Lead hc Market Handle. A tt K There are none in this section that are our Superiors in Quality of ; Goods or in the making of Low Prices. READ THE ITEMS BELOW Shoes. Shoe selling now for GO cents that arc usually sold for not less than (1.25, A Governor, that the Re- J .. St. Louis is threatened with a sauerkraut famine, and at tho present rate of cablwgo, only Benj. Harbison prediots that of advauco in tho prico able to eat kraut will bo tho there aro breakers ahead for the this winter English ship of State. A young man named Kooutz, of tho Liberty neighborhood, accidentally shot Yellovt fever has takeu a fresh and killed himself Friday lat. Ho was start. Key West has 15 new cas- handling a gnu when it was in homo es, Miami, Flrt., ii, and Jackson, way accidentally discharged He died tho night of tho same day Miss., 5 cases. well-to-do publicans, for the pride of the State did not nominate the able, elegant, educated Yerkes instead of a 'human beeius" like Taj lor. Harness. In Harness and Saddlery wu are headquarters. . Clothing. A Groceries. good Suit of Clothes for $3.00. Ties. stock of Ties in Holiday lines, that in Fashionable Colors and Style ol Cut, as Paris. are as A te In our Grocery lino wo quote: Arbucklc Coffee at 10c per package. Fresh Mincu Meat, in packages, at lOo. Chicken Tamale, at 10 Old-fashioned its cans, delightful for lunch, rents. canned Lye Hominy, lOo. department of commerce be created with a cabinet officer nt its a Is said President McKinley will recommend to congress that It Buchanan is closing out at Cost. Ladies Shoes. , , A line of Ladies Shoes from 53.00 to $4.00 that only the "ultra" can appre Flour per barrel, ?"l 00. Sugars, Collect nod other things, ut the very Best lowest prices. head. - to, fl If v !- - tt -- - Democratic victory in Ohio. selves," said tho clergyman. You will find us in the list of Lowest ,. , Democrats must not be disapWo aro hero to stay and doing Republican victory Prices as well as those ol thu highest. pointed at a opposito Wit business at the old anything short of 50,000. ting s store, rso one will appreciate 3our patronage more, or tae more Instead of 1,500 Boers beinu pleasure In trying to please, vou than wo killed at Mafeking, as first report barbers. Will Ciiowkll, H. U. Oai.- ed, Col. Baden Powell, who was well and II. It. Ivv. in command of the British, savs Yon may sing of cako and cooky, were killed, of macaroni and tart, yon may boast of that productions or the culinary art, you H WHHrW--S-MHIHIlALLAM says Goebel is a had may load tho board with viands brought : man and yet when the.v both ran from tar across tho seas, and keek tho T world for dainties, your appetite to for the same nomination Gnehel nleaso. but von'll uuver find tho iual. X Wr DON'T FORGET THAT "W i sot eleht votes to IlttUnnt'n one. no iltffuruncu whro you try, ami uoth-lunr. r half so toothsomu, as good old pumOah any little boy figure out from Wo publish tnin:ilniuir for pkin pio I HARNESS and BUGGIES this how bad IJnlbirn IsT the benetit of thatHcknian boy Auction at Buck's. Saturday, to make room for a now stock. No side who continues to smoke cigarettes against the protest of his parents The Republicans of Hickman bidding, I am hero to stay. and Fulton counties have notui Better tho towns and you better tho aud friends. We copy from the nated Jerry M. Porter for Repre- county. Build a now court house at Dyer Reporter, which is publishcenter of tho sentative. A few years ago this Hickman, the geographical bo tho peoplo will same Jerry Porter was a cnndidat e county, and make tho county, benefitted ed in a town not many miles from towns and pubfor U. S. Seuatt r, but was defeat- Tho buildings, factories, mills am) good Hickman: lic "Will Jewell, son of II. H. Jewell, 18 ed by Deboe. roads make tho towns. There should years of age, was takeu to tho asylum bo no prejudice or llerco rivalry towns of tho samo county, on tho at Bolivar bv Sheriff Jones Weduesduy. THE most intelligent i egro in Kxcessivo America, Booker T. Washington contrary harmony and good feeling his mind, ciguretto smoking destroyed causing him at times to in a speech last week, gave it as should prevail. threaten to kill auy and every ouo who In times like these tho man with came near him. It is a matter of only bis opinion that illiterate negroes tho hoo hunts tho should not be allowed to vote, Wheu mouoy istho man with spend ad. a short whilo and wo will havo several peoplo it bat that the same restrictions freely. They also easy those places that similar cases if certain of our boys conseek should be Dut on illiterute white hold out the most conspicuous induce- tinue tho cigarette habit." men. ment. Of course some few of them will fifty-three There is the usual talk 'Von aro now one," said the minister to tho happy pair ho had just tied together with a knot they never could of a undo, "Which one?" asked tho bride. But "You will have tosettlo that for your ciate. Hardware. nru As full am complete n line ol I lard wan! as can he found in the fit v. and prices right. Khir--- - SNWHW -- Mr r g r tt. Ken-tnokia- A PUBLIC INVITATION ! T MY NKW STOCK OF u Fall and Winter IS ARUrVIN'G DAILY, Goods Bargains in AND FULLY GUARANTEE), like stumbling across an object in AND THAT tho dark. Many a buyer determines Having loway circuit court, held that an whero he is going before ho leaves homo. business, I decided to quit tho Jewelry will for thu next 60 days ofinsurance company muBt pay a polwe fer my entire stock of Jewelry at a big icy, ' although the insured died sacrillco. This is a rare bargain for yon, como at ouce mid be convincod. Yon eight days after the taking out of will now find me next door to tho the policy and had never paid the custom-mad- e Now City Bakery and directly opposito premium. Ledford & Rogers' grocery btore. F. T. HANDLE. maj. G. W. Saunders has filed & H Tho keel of another Leo line steamin the Circuit Court at May suit Krror Corrected. er was laid at Howard's shipyard, field against Jack Lewis for $1 000 Iud last week, making two damages for axsault and battery. boats now o;i the ways for that Tho Courier stated lost week that Dr. The trouble grew out ol an attack aud one in tho water being finish- Ohas. Miles, in connection with Dm. made on the Maj. by Mr. Lewis ed. Tho keel laid last week is for tho Curlln and Hubbard, amputated tho ways leg of Master Russell Johnson. Thu about six weeks ago. The origin ftowena Lee, tho other boat on thoin as Dr. James is tho Bayless Lee, anil the one tho was an error in as of the trouble was politics, and water is tho Hees Leo, whilo the Peters Hubbard performed much operation and i tho Mai. Saunders, being in a rather Leo is ut Memphis receiving her ma- was mucn complimented ror tho caro and skill displayed. feeble condition, was severely chinery and finishing touches Drs. Miles and Ourliu were present, advisimr and as braised. Tho rivermeu of Memphis and oth- sisting, but the operation was mado by K)iuts down tho Mississippi havo ut nuuuaru. Spanish-Americawas er war THE mado homo sensible suggestions regarda little one but it gnye rise to sev ing tho river lighting service. They A Shooting eur Tiptonrllle. eral big jealousies. The greatest propose to memorialize Congress to Is that between Admirals mako u larger appropriation for beacon nf all We are indebted to M. Glaaa Sobley 'and SampBon, and now lights along tho river, also for haviug light house service buoy tho chan- cock for an account of a shooting tho there is a new quarrel, with Ad nels in tho shoal places during the seauiiral Sampson and Captain Chad-wic- sons of low water. For tho purpose ecrape which occurred near Tip of the crulper New York, on they recommend tho uso or small aud tonville Saturday night. the one side and General Shafter inexpensive boats for sounding tho Some boys were out coon and This, it is thought, on the other. At a sword pre great benefit to navigation. will bo of opossum hunting aud m their sentation to Captain Chad wick, at dog did not show much Intereat Morgantown, West Virginia, a few in the bunt, one of the boya flred Wo call your special atteutiou this days ago, Admiral Sampson, in a his gun to stimulate tbe dog and week to our beautiful liuea of pablio address, asserted that pendfill him with enthusiasm. A waging the battle of Santiago, Generon load of negro ootton pickeri al Shatter sent for him to urge wore coming down the road, and that be make a naval attack and it is possible they thought the ahot which for ezcell anything that be, instead of going, sent was Intended for them, caused Hickman haw over witnessed. Captain Obadwick, who suggest one or them to pull bis pistol and We have them In Oak or imitaed to Sbafter that he write a lettion Mahogany finish, ranging fired in the direction of tbe boys. in prices from. 91S,uO aud upter to General Toral, telling him On tho 10th of December, 1897. Rev. The bullet from the negro cotton-picker'- s wards, Givo us u cull. that be was bound to be beaten S. A. Douahoo, pastor M, E, Church, pistol struok Bill Johnand advising that he stop to hos- South, l't. Pleasant, W. Va., contract-c- son, one of the coon hunters In a was attended tilities. Sbafter asked Ohadwick from severe cold which violent cough- the log going nearly through. Dr. tho beginning by a Smith. Stephens write the letter, which he did, ing. Ho says: "After resorting to a Grlfflu cut out the bullet, and Hill to and Sbafter signed and forwarded number of so called 'specifics,' usually will soon be able to go on another it and It bad the desired effect. kept in tho houso, to no purposo, I pur- coon hunt, Union City CommerAll of wbiob Shafter declares to chased u bottlo ot Chamberlain's Couuh cial Courier. I All persons indebted to Sanders 8c be unqualifiedly false, although Remedy, which acted like a charm. tho cheerfully recommend it to Beeves by note or otherwise as tho paSampson, and modt Chadwlck confirms Now the glovo manufacturer per comes duo, aro respectfully requestmiblio." For salo by CowkIII & Cow. it is a very pretty quarrel as it gill, Hickman, Ky,,uudA M, Shaw, expects to make room for a large ed to came and settle the same with B, B, REEVES state wno, uragguia, Sept. 87, oamber of uauda, 00, in affirming a decision of the (Jul The Eeutucky court of appeals your sign in tho newspaper, but it will bo find your storo if you do not hang out Jewelry. ARE CHEAP and we will take pleasure in showing you thu Finest and Best Stock of Goods 400 Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buchanan's. com-pun- In Cask Trust, And Prices ue Bust ! j EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN wilh IMMCrcS as KKASONAHMS in any market. !fe be. as oan found Jtiu BiVIS flk. Wo are so busy opening and marking goods that wo can not give eaeh special line notice in this issue, hut will lie glad to have yon Tour Attention J Gall and See the Splendid DEPARTMENT. Bargains IN EACH n H. C. AMBERC. MHHHHihHHijlaiu ELECTION NOTICE. Fiscal-Cour- tHHUJJHHHM'-t-i- j chan-mil- ff. F. REMtEY, (.: Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of celebrated Brown Shoes. All go at cost at Buchanan's. g Bed Room Suits & Notice. Build- of said county, Notici: is hereby iy en that pods will bo opened and an niir. election held at each voting precinct in HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Fulton County, on Tuesday. November 7th, 181)0, at which election tho question of whether or not the Fiscal Court of Fulton county shall causa tho bonds Will practice in all Courtsof tint Statu of the county to tho amount of Tweutv Thousand Dollars to bo issued for the purposo of building a Court Houso in said county, will bo submitted to thu lctfal voters in said county. Said bonds are to bo of denomination of 100 each, payable to bearer, drawing inter- est at u per cent, per annum, f 1,000 of said bonds to bo duo in a years from date, and 1,000 due respectively II, 4 fHIOKMAN, KENTUCKY and C years from date. saiu election will bo hold at tho Hamo placo aud titno and by tho samo ofllcors Kouoral election Witness my hand as Sheriff of Fnl. Oftloe over Oowglll & Cowglll'r ton Oouuty, Jy., this Sept. MA. 1890. Attorney-at-Law- . Hy virtuo of an order made by the K t of Fulton Co., at its April . term. 181)1), aud directed to mo as Sheriff Omoo Holcombo I DR. S.K.DAVIDSON 1 J, T, TUBBUCriKLD, 8. F, 0, Drug Store, s ' f- - fr- - m!-- f7S!r K V . .' ' J . irm sai'jrr TM WTM ti . . T J . Wv? r 'O1 4. Itallroiul Tliuv Tuliit. N., 0. 8r 8t. L. It. K. 7 14 0A rr.lt. Nu. M .1 w ,,. Trnli. No 4, ii2.ii m ,. I AllUIVKtti Tr-l- u Trtln No. 8J, No. It . m p m Local and Personal. To bo Informed, take u pnjicr, For tlio times nro out of joint; Tuko a paper I even a paper of plus Can give you matiy a point. for Shoes, for Harness, for Clothing, for Unx-crles- , Blinw's for Hardware, SIiuw'h for QueciiHWiiro. Hob Layno went to WIiiko, Sunday. V T. Bundle went to Fulton, Tuo. Mrs. rBALTZER & DODDS. -- Reelfoot Lake Litigation A npeolal A NEW FIKH. i GRAND SHOWINGS Shnw's Shaw's Shuw's Shnw's New Fall Goods! 5c "FAH.MEHS' Per Yard for HOPE" and CHOICE" Worth 7o. r Tlicfie V few items place ns lo the front as the raopt ccnerous disuatnu from Union Having sold our stock ot Dry Goods and general Merchandise at Cayce, to City, dated 22d Innt.. says: Campbell 6c Underwood, the announceLite Saturday night Judge Swig ment It made that Campbell Sc tfart rendered a declsiou in the wood will continue business Underat ease of Harria vs. Bnrdiok & Well pojnt, and will be responsible tor that any Hler et al., being a motion to dis- outstanding liabilities and are authorsolve an injunction to proven! ized to collect any bills due said house. fishing for the market lo Reelfoot We solicit for them continued favor and Lake by the defendant!. The case confidence. Kick & Naylor. hIno contained an application by Harriii for the dissolution of an A TaoassBd ToBgaps injunction preventing bim from digging a draining ditcb to reclaim Could not express the rapturo of Annie so m p,l 0,000 acre of land covered E. Springer, of Philadelphia, when Dr. by the lake. The injunction agaiuat King's New Discovery cured her of a linrdiuk & Webster et al. wan backing congh that for many years had but tbe Injunction against mane lite a burden. She says : "After Harris allowed to remain lu force. all other remedies and doctors failed it MBBBBBBrSBBBWBBlBBBBMMBrBl din-solve- d, & ','. f ?". 1 3 h ' fc V-- i day. City. Buck's. John Hack U visiting in Union 10 Wenched Domentlo, BARGAIN GIVERS. We believe in being in the lend. DOMESTIC. Wnrtli y y W 31 ( BHO WN Will firr-nt-a Per Yard for good yard LOGGERS ANTLUMBER soon removed the pain in my chest and fe L. h sW Solid hIIvit Thimbles, noma, in cents nt 77T y TT7n can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout Ten Log nud fifteen Lumber Teams the Universe." Dr. King's New DisWanted. $3.00 per thousand for logs, covery is guaranteed to euro all cnt nud hauled, milo nnd nnder. 70o of tho Throat, Chest or Lungs.troubles Prico for lumber, dry, 1 milo. Apply to 50o and 1.00. Trial bottles free at all P. M. O., enro Courier Ofllco. drug stores. 1 HAULERS, I can now sleep soundly, something I ,j I tt ? .". 1 in Jewelry. -- Mm. T. MTllandlo lNlTtrlitK bargains visiting in Dress Goods. Our Drosn Ooodn Dep.irtinetit in nriming over witn iK'uuttrnl rail FnbricM, which nro hard to rfnint, in couniderntlou of tho low prices we link for them. No laro profits hero, everything tho very Lowest. Head the following vnlnea: Black Creponn, 4a Inch, Silk C)t and Wool new stylen, Colorwl OrejHJiin tho iiuweHt (Jjl O goodn for Sklrtn, Olt&O bi inch. Venetian Gl Cloth, sooiothlng new, 40 inch, all Wool Camern Hair (FLft Ladies T. Swayno union Uliy, Underskirts. All Wool Skirt f0 ceutn Ladies Suits. Wo havo junt added a lino of La dies Tnilor-iiind- e SulU, bent quality Venetian Cloth, fly front and tight !- tic, tt)ta nt 1.T7.KH & IX)I)l)H. Mr. Purls, of Ulcnson, Tcuu., wan in town, Sumtav. Mm. II T Emerson in visiting relative in Union City. MT Send youronliTH to tin- new City Bnkcry for Fresh Oyster und Celery. Miss Bessie Haiti, of Union Oity, wn in town Tuesday. Mim Kitto Ridley linn rctunlcd ur visiting in St. Louis. Mm. C. A Join, of lioulhvlllo, In yUltliiK relative in town. -- Mm I)r W. Builoy. ot Loubiville, U visiting Mm It K. .Millet. -- Mr 0. M. Truby, of Nashville, is tho guest of Mrs. 11 . Cowgill. Mr Simon 1' Sinotheriiion, of Lux oru, Ark., U in Hlcliiiuu, tlitw week Minn Mario Hntvanl tnid Unv. Archer Rooghcr went to Columbus, Sunday. Fresh Ovslem and Celery recoiv id dully at tho City Bakery. Mm W A Carpenter and duugh ter nro visiting ut Mclwuiorsvlllo, Ti'iiu. Mensr. Luther Carter and Joliu ILmkiiiH win down fnun Fulton, - Vtt.KAHMKK'8 CHOICE Domes Pattenw nt v,A,w W il Silk Underakirtn, all sliades ut $5.00. Nice, now Silk Skirtn nt 75c to (3 00. Ladies' havo a special Bar guln to offer you lu Kid No moro when Cloven. SVo fitting Jacketn, new Skirtn, ut 810 to 18.50 IT" ''iItIbw i W2 t ?.! l;& ;.-- Mlnneii and C'liildreH'n F" Kid Gloves. Jackets, Wo havo just received a big lino in nil colon and nhapen ago 6 to 15 yean old, ranging in prico from ; i . nil-Wo- V---- tr Pluidn, for Skirtn, 3(1 inch Fancy CameU Hair elTect, ut M inch Tricot, Home- Hputi uud Pluidn, at all-Woull-Wo- VOL, sell at thcM) nro gono Mudo to 1.00, for (19c. S1.98 to 5.00 Ladies ' t&foj VV A V "J 0JL Kn :f OUU i(n STAPLES. We noil thorn choaper than you cun buy them whole nalo. Gapes. WE BLAZED THE WAY! Lowered the Prico and Raised the Quality. Made tho popular priced SHOES. Ladien Plush Capen Collnr trimmed with Tibet Fur und Beaded, m ;i t Ladies Dress Skirts. Black Silk ami Wool Crepon SkirtH, at 6.M) to " "M '" 88.50 ttr SS3r Wid Bent uuulily Cumeln Hair Plaid BEST CALICO, 6c per y'd. GOOD CALICO, 3?Xo '?'"u Qi ftf OO.ini OQ Z( 5.00 Collarettes. 11.75 That's Why We Sell lied Twill FLANNEL, all Wool, 15o. LONSDALE Blenched Wo hIiow a mco lino of Fur Collar laretten, Silk lined, from Ci to ff OO.UU So Many Shoes 1- - Shirt Waists. Ladien Satin Waist, all nhaden at M.76 to Ludien Flannel Watnt, Plaldn und Milld colon, SI 25 to forego. Fall Millinery. 5''c. trimmed Sallow in harmony of lienuiy and goml taste, nt most rea Bounblo prices. A gorgeous display of WE GIVE moro Style and more Service for the money. We don't sell Cheap Shoes, because good Shoes can't bo sold Cheap. We sell High Grades at Low Prices. . 1 A '! Hun-da- y. Reelfoot, arv Mil-!. -- Mm. 1). H. gucMM of Mm, Snlllo ufti-riioo- Burnett iimlchildrvu. of Ad K0,tfr &' r.( HOPE DOMESTIC at othem nnk you fc. JEANS, all Wool, ut Fn.shlouablo FINE SHOES 25o. to inormw afternoon witlt Mm MlM-t- Tin Satuntuy l. Club meets Kate IIOl'K blenched DoimMic for IJ,i.ri:it fc Doddh. ft'vo at Mr 0cnr I'bllipn wan down from tW CLOTHING AND SHOES. t In Mciih nml Chiblreim Suits we can hhow ou the aoJlieapcst Line in Hickman. Mens ouu.t iriiui $8.60 in $18.00. ror IJovh Suit JpkDvereoatrt we hell the "JANE Don't fail to Hon nor Rnv HOPKINS" make till Snitn have nimble Bent ui f lens and Ladies SHOES Heeler Overeoatn, nize b to 10 years old. Onr M6-I- , is eomt)let(, and our School Shoes for Children the !' hnade. Come inspect our line. ISi-ts- Black and Tan Vici Kid, Calf Lined; Box Calf, Calf Lined; Viscol Tanned Calf. Waterproof Shoes For heavy grade high cut Shoes or Bools for innd and water. In Box Cnlf , Grained Calt, Kangaroo Calf, or Kip, wo can show you just what you want, and the price will be made to suit yon, from $1.26 to 3.50. BUY OUR $3.5Q Calf-Line- d $3 AND $3.50. ': i J - i is ri Heavy Shoes. s?V fc. ' .J XI). t ti YOU want the Shoes. COME to see us. ull-Wo- ol (Irutohfit'ld, Sunday, the of Mbm Ida Moont. Mm. Win. Colo and family, wbo movcil lo St. IajuIm, Iiuvo nturu iil to Hickman. TIMOTHY JCow Ntook, ut xnt VB NEED voTa.money. a T, i f. fevy. , wrf. kwsftSJ,. M SKKII. O K Kakkh'k Fulton Mitt Nulllo Hi'Iin, Dflliukmau, In tlio K'""t of Mi-Zou 'riiOinitsou and D.iUy lilytlio A number of lllrkm.iu pcoplo and liiTcalmutH, attended KliiKiiiik'' cin;un :it Union City, Vdnenduy. Tliey went "lo pli'aHti Ihn cliildn'n " i to V M. SHAW for clioicti frenh ineatu of nil Hurt, ut tlio old HucVet Store. Telephono 'M. It in announced that a popular younu lady of lllekiiian is to tm marrii'd on tlio SlOth. GuitM Who? Also that a buNiuexi' youn man of Hickman will nlwut Ibo Hiimu dato claim n bride. You tliluk you khow who, but yon don't. tl loavi Uread for 2."c. SU' TIAICItlF.l. Con foil oratH Re-Union vvvv Illsiiiarck's Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy uro not found where Stomach, Liver, vetA largo number of Kidneys und Bowels nro out of order. erans from different parts of Fulton Co., If you want these qualities nnd tho sucthey bring, nso Dr. King's Now are camping on Heelfoot Lake, this cess Pills. Only 25c. At any drug store. Life week, and enjoying u royal gotxl time, fishing, bunting ami nutting. Wo can ESTRAHJOTICE, not give all the mimes but among them uro Jim Parker, Peto George, A. F. OliTaken up as a stray by J. O. Roper, ver, Wm. Stoker, W. P. Beed, Wcs living ouo half mile north of tho Shuck Browder, Bob Browder, Haydon Dotio road and flvo and f miles east ho, Emmit Reed, J A. Collins, Hayes of tho city of Hickman, m Fulton Co., Blair, Ed Browder, Dm. Kane and Mc- - ou the 10th day of September, 1899, ouo gray mare, aged about ten years, havKeen. Win llarpole, Juo. Stubblofleld, ing some black spots ou her shoulders, Jim Blackmail, Hon. Henry Ueorge, &c. ubout fourteen and f hands, but having uo marks or brands, shod in front &c. and which is appraised at the valuo of twenty-fivdollars. . ! OK.V! Given under my hand this 2Uth day of Sept 1699. Grain Co., has Tho Morgan-HanlJ. W. Mayes, J. P P.O. established an agency at Hickman to buy corn. They havo put up now Fairbanks scales, and opened tin ofllco at tho 0H went eud of tho Railroad depot. T. It. Smoot is their agent, ami ho has lull aud exclusive control of all their busiPersons desiring ness lu this section to sell Corn will pleaso confer with Mr. Smoot, nnd ho cnu give nil necessary information us to prices, loading, &o. See him beforo you bell. Reel-fo- ot ouo-halouo-hal- on L V -- xasLHftjnui THE SHOEISTS. N.,1 t rrr -- W A HHENMcAFEE. Hobt. S. Warren, of thin city, nud MLsn' Chlora McAfee, of Monah, wero marrkil last oveniiiK at live o'clook ut tlm renldciieo nf Mr. T. It. Sinoot. Hev. J. II. Kobertn erforniing tho ceremony. "iioir ntoio a marcii on inn many Union City friends, also on tho parents of hin iMiiiuy bride. Sunday ho went to neo Miss McAfee and ubout two o'clock fm- - ti .lrtl'.i tlirti In tti.i They drove straight to town nnd to tho residence or Air. amoot, wnero uoo is ixianliug, and soou thereafter, Hev. 2li loaves Ureaiirorl.l, Hobertn tied tho silken knot which homo industry and Havo from binds two loving souls together until l'atroulzo :i(K on the dollar, at the Now City 20 to death doth them part. Union City F J 7i.fe Jr Si-m- Bread IS THE STAFF OP LIFE . . . ANO TO OET . . . "1 Ten-ncrsse- o - ennn crccu DDcin wwww I MhWII Wllknil QO TO THE cs 4. r' I 'A; llnkury. Courier. jfr' LLIW new I saKery. city f Hallam delivered lib) HrKoual philipio iiKiiliiKt Senator OiMiU'l at Oity Hall,TuiuHday nlfjht. Ho in ho bitter and pemonal that liln usually havo tlio contrary effect to whut In tlio ulwenoo of any ho iutendw llrowu vunporter, ho was uitroiluecd by Hon. Thcodoro a Cloebol DeliKHTat, 1 Car-jH- Supply your wants t'Oltft y e Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! X HEAD(iUAllTEIt8 FOIl Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, t gJtT" "tfor f,,r talo all tlio old Samples. They are uieo for Uukm, and much cheaper than you over saw, The Two TirkelN. H. 0. Amuruo. On November llth, Iwtwcuu the Tho following are tho uamen of tho bourn of midnight and duwu, will Wash two tickets placed on tho ballots for a heavy meteoric nhower In innton, J). C. tlio Hcieutintnof tlio U. S. Uouucilmeu, to bo voted ou Nov. 7th : OU) T1CKBT. Naval Olwervatory are niiikiuK elaln)-ralfor obnurvluK tlio show-- r prepiu-atloDevice, Olive Branch. of lioontdn, while lliecolleiceH, L. P. Ellison, ic und vurioun obnervutorleH of John W. Cowgill, tlio world lire makiiiK autivu prepara II. T. Davis, tionn towitmsnthe urundent of colon Jas. O. Wearn, Hal phenomena. Thin nhower only oc H. B. Brevard, oum oneo orery a:i yearn By tlio older Ii. O. Beekman, almost inrlrediblo ntorien nro iububitautn ' NKW TICKKT. of '!l!l, j old of tho nhower Device, Clasped Hands oc-ou- going at cost. at Hickman's Greatest Store. Everything Wmgu I J r & OawsIU AFRESH OYSTERSand CELERY RECEIVED DAILY Presh Oysters served in any stylo, aud at Come See Us I I - e n uni-vom- it To tho mnuy friends and persons who assisted nnd patronized mo last season, I return my sincere thanks. Wo nro more conveniently situated this year than formerly. Please call at my ofllco uud yon will bo kindly received and Prompt attoutiou to uicoly treated. business shall bo my motto. T. H. SMOOT, Rrspectfully. lt aU hours. ...Druggists..; IIKAIKJIMRTEHS Telephone 99. New City Bakery. W. B. WEBSTER, -- A. I lltu'UliiK, Ageut. AsVh kftt . . . uieo ilud that In connection with the New Harbor Shop Minn .ludo'H old ntnud. Tho onti'rprlso of buildliiK tho Hickmuii fc Tiptouvillo Loveo noeina to bo roleKuted, but whether for ood and Tlio Luko alwny8, romuiiiH to 1m ween. County authority neomn to havo satinll ed thomselven that Obion, Dyer ami .rKultou land ownero are unwilliuK to Jiidp in proportion to their iuterent In volvod, und lionco tiro propariiiK to abandon tho Hlokman Loveo and ill rectliiK tholr otTortn toward huildiiifr u do or tho Lake, loveo on tlio Wiwt which It in chained will protect tho Jiimln of Lako County. Thin, toother with tlio fact that Mr. J. C. Haiin, tho .cblof prywotor, has been thwarted by tho court Ij Jiio project for draining .tho Lake, uud eowtrollluK tlio Hull cuuhoh tho buJW ou tho part of .Nsomo thut tho Loveo outflrprwo may bo pro-.duct- u nharo of your patrouaKo for a You will hIioo nliiuo. J. Cheek, John Weatherly. C. H. M. Inler, H. M. Metheny, JiMhua Nay lor, A. A. Furls, FOIt Robbed the A (J rare. startling incident is narrated by JiimI Opened. Tho new niont store, at tho Bucket Store stand, Frenz comer. Fresh meats of all kind delivered to any part of town. .Telephone DO. A portion of M. your patronage solicited, W. Siimv. Job Couldn't Havo Stood It ter- Joliu Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows : I "I was lu an awful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes suukeu, tougno coated, pain continually in buck and Bides, uo appetite, growfug weaker day by day. Three physicians hud given me up. Then I was advised to uso Eloc trio Bitters ; to my great joy, tho first bottle inndo u decided improvement. I continued their uso for three weoks, and am now a well man. I know thoy robbed tho grave of another victim." No one should fall to try them. Ouly 60c, guaranteed. At all drug stores. llll! I llll V 111! AND DEALER IN- - MMIIkl -S- AND TE1H U HISKI OLK AGENT FOB Peabocjy Oluh. STANDARD" Lincoln Ooantj. UNION UITY, TENN. row iiitmttu Deau Siu: uaitn ui SPECIAL OFFER I nm . p ndetL ribly uuuoyiug ; but Bucklou'H Aruica Farm for Nale. Salvo will cure tho worst cuso of Piles Tho farm near Hickman, kuoyu as ou earth. It has cured thousands. For tho G. W. Powell pluco, uear Dyersburg Injarles, Pains or Bodily Eruptions It's road, in offered for salo. 100 ucres 54 the best salvo lu the world. Prico 25o a ' box, Cure guoruuteuil, Sold by nil ForfarW.riaformtttioQn,app' druftgUti, If he'd had Itching Piles. Thoy'ro PKESCKIPTIOjNS (JarefUy w. CompOUnded, enabled to sell, and burebj offer ion fonr ouyou ,yer oiu, uoo I e UK ed R WHISKEY, for $3.00, EXPRESS PREPAID. imuko iw mi.jiuu auprovai, iu piaia uoxes. with no marks A in dlcate oontents. When yon receive it and test It, If it is not latttfro-lorreturn it ut m.y expense aud I will refund oa 13 00. ThliiTii most liberal offer, and I await sour orders. Ynsn r, ...... " 11.11, W. R, W1MT1B, iivuu.iuwu- - y ---, .- -. A V5 '('W ir .rrs-lk 1'T.n--.V,.. . Tr " r T rWiTt-- '" ' t ! "jcwrs! , - w WW"",' T y f ,. - , a U, r. Hug - 'UI v.- - . ( -- -. ; . jiiuuWiHr.' " ' , C--- -- wwf. s& -- wiwf,.ifcmrs';- c?ri-jwfei- v( m fir' :r . i't - I B Ihi catise wo are In It. We cannot cxpmali our fuur presidents to be models of publlo vlrtuo and widom as George Washington was. imagine now In the presidential office a man well manning, but maybe, short-'(thte- d and pliable and under the Influence McKinley's Philippine Policy De of 'friends' who are greedy arul Scburz. nounced by Carl reckless speculators, nnd who would not ncruple to push blm Into warlike complica'ntlvr Orilcri'd ti I'nll linen. tions In order to Ret grent opportunities for As soon "But Just thnt wan to happen profit, or a man of that Inordinate ambitlmirpej hy as Manila was taken and we had no furTrcrOKHtlvrN iif Cuiivrrim tion width Intoxicates the mind and befor our Filipino fogs tho e'onsclcncc: or a man of extromo the Prenlitcnt Trcntment of Klll- - ther use to fall back and allies they were back from the ordered Partisan spirit, who honestly believes the 0 lit on n )lit I'liim Auier-city nnd suburbs. On. military commandvictory of his party to be necessary for tho Ice Honor. ers treated the Filipino' country as If It r.ilvatlon of the universe, and may think one woro our own. When Agulnaldo sent that a foreign broil would servo thuchnnces with to Gen. Mcrrltt his of his party, or n man of nn uncontrollablo The great antl imperialist conference of request for an Interview Oen Mfrltt a combatlveness of temperament which in Chicago, Tuesday, October 17, was was 'too busy.' When our peace negotianight run away with his sense of responsiSpain began and repreienta lives democrats nnd tions with bility and that we shall have such men In opened by leading of the Filipinos asked for audience to sone presidential chair is uy no menns unfrom nil over the iml6u. likely with our loese way of selecting canlicit consideration of the rights arl wlilie; the evening, nt Central Music hall, a of their people the doors were slammed In didates for the presidency. Imagine, then, large galheiing listened to a lengthy In their faces, In Washington ns well as a future president belonging to either of behind those doors the these classes to have before him tho preceaddress by Carl Schtirz, of which the In Paris.wasAnd hatched to deprive the Philscheme dent of Mr, McKinley's management of th following is a liberal digest: ippine Islanders of the Independence from I'htllpptno business, sanctioned by tho ap'.More tlnn eight months oro I had the foreign rule ana to mnne mem ine nuigrcis proval or only the acquiescence of the peoof Chi- of another foreign ruler, and that foreign honor of iuldresalnR the citizens ple, and to feel himself permitted nay, cago on the subject of American Imperial-Isrepuouc. ruler their late ally, this great even encouraged to say to himself that, ns meaning tho policy of unnexInR to which had grandly proc'almed to the world this precedent shows, he may plunge thd this republic distant countries and alien thnt Its war against Spain was not a,wnr country into wurllke conflicts of his own populations that will not lit Into our demo- of conquest, but a war or uoeraiion mm motion, without nsklng leave of congress, crat'!! RS'stcm of government. I dlscuised humanity. with only some legal technicalities to cover at that time mainly the baneful effect the "Uehlnd those doors, which were tightly his usurpation, or, even without such, nnd pursuit of an ImperliilUtlc policy would closed to the people of the Philippine . a that he may, by a muchlnery of deception produce upon our political Institutions. treaty was made with Spain by the direccalled a war censorship, keep tho people In After long silence, during which 1 have tion of President McKlnley, which prothe dark about what is going on, and that carefully reviewed my own opinions ns vided for the cession of the Philippine IsInto however bad a mes he may havo well as thoac cf others !r. the llsht o th lands by Spain to the I'r.lted States for Rot the country he may count upon tho best Information I could obtain, I shall the consideration of JJO.iW.WO. It hss been people, as soon as a drop of blood has been now npprojch the same subject from an- said thnt thiJ sum was not purchase shed, to uphold the usurpation and to cry other point of view. We all know that th mono, but a compensation for Improvedown, everybody who opposes It as a 'traipopular mind Is much dlsturbil by the ments made by Spain, or a 'iolatlum' to tor,' and a this because 'we are In It!' Can I'h.'.lpplne war and ttiat, how v.r highly sweeten the pl'l of ecsMon, or what not. you conceive a more baneful precedent, n we admire the bravery of our soldiers, no- Hut stripped of all cloudy verbiage, it was more pro tic source of danger to the pence body nrofenses to be proud of th war Itself really purchase money, the sale being made and aecurry of the country? Can any sane Thrre nrc few Americana who do not by Spain under dure is. Thus Spain so.d man den that It will' be alt the mora Cluilti'iiurrf Proof ol !ti ). frankly admit their regret that tht war and the Tilted Sutes bought whit was way we drift Into a evil "I am far from meaning to picture the prolific of o:icy If In this temptation should ever liavo happened. 1 think I risk called the sovereignty of Spain ov.r the for full of Philippine slenders aa paragons of virtue foreign nothing when 1 say thnt it It not merely Philippine Is'ands and their people adventure? conduct of military operathe lium-lln- t: "Now. lock nt the clrcumstancs under nnd gentle .onduct. Itut I challenge the llrm-dfor thr Mtunlloii. tions, fiat a serious trouble of consciences which that 'cession' was made. Spain had Imperialists to show me any Instances of that disturb the American heart ubout lost the possession ' ,he country, except bloody disturbance or other savagery "I say. therefore, that If we hare the futhis war, nnd that this trouble of suc- a few Isolated and helpless little garrlfons. among themse'ves sufficient to create nny ture of the republic at heart we must not will not be allayed by a more most of which wore. effectively' blockaded necessity of our armed Interference to 're- only not uphold the administration In Its cessful military campaign. Just as SO years by the Filipinos. The American forces oc- store order' or to 'save them frr.m annchy.' cour e, because 'wc are in It," kut Just ago the trouble of conscience about slav- cupied Cavlte and the harbor nnd city of I ask nnd demand an answer Is It not true got Into It we are In It, having ery could not be allayed by any com- Manila and nothing more. The bulk of the that, even If there has been such n disorder- In su"h a way. the American iMfople should promise. country was occupied and possessed by the ly tendency, It would have requited a lorR stamp th- administration's proceedings h as miny human with "Many people now, as the slavery people thereof, over whom Spain had, In time for tt to kill verilct of disapproval so clear and then, try to ease their mine's did cf fjit, cousei! to exercis, y sov- beings as we have killed and to cause emphatic nj 'get out of it" in such a fash-Io- n as much devastation ns we have Well, we are In It. and now ereignty, the Spanlh power having been by raying: that 'h will be a solemn warning to we must do the best we can.' In spite of driven out or destroyed by the Filipino In- caused by our assaults upon them? Is It future pr, iidrnta Instead of a seductive th obvious, fuill'tv cf this cry In some surrection, while the United States had not not true that. Instead of being obligee! to preo lent What, then, to accomplish order,' we have carried riot and this end. is to be done? Of course we. as respects, I wll' Jtc-p- t It v Kit the one pro-vlt- acquired, beyond Cavlte and Manila, any that we mike n honest effort to authority of whatever name by military death and desolation Into pencrful com- we are her, can only advise. Hut by call&Ectr:a'u what rrauy la ine nest we ran occupation nor by recognition on the part munities whose only offense was not (hat ing forth xprersuins of the will by they did not maintain order and safety varlo is do To tli's end 'rt u. nrst clearly remtm-be- r of the people. Agulnalco'sarmy surroundpublic demonstration, they refused to and; If net 1 be, of the po:is, we can make within themselves, but that what lia. happened. ed Manila on the lend side, ar.d his governat "In April. ijs. we went to war with Spain ment claimed organized control over 13 accept us as their rulers? And here Is the that ddtlt io Htron that those In patter for the avowed puruoie of liberating the provinces That Roverrtmtnt was estab- rub. will hard!) disregard It. W hat often pt oTile of. Cuba, whj (ud Ions been strug-B.ln- i- lished at Malolos. not far from Manila, and "In the vocabulary of our Imperialist been taunt-with having no to tt I ve polfor freedom and independence. Our a very respectable go eminent It was. Ac- 'order' means, above all, tubclsslon to icy tc pro; ot. Hut such a policy h..- - rscra oej.ct In that war was clearly and cording to Mr. Harrett, our late minister In their will. Any other kind of order, be It than once proposed, a: d I can. only repioc'almeJ by a solemn reso- Slam, himself nn ardent tmpertaiHt. who ever jjo penceiui and safe, must be sup- peat it. been repudiating all Intenpressed with a bloody banl. This 'order" lution of execuhad seen It. it had a "in the first place, let It lie well under-sljo- d tion of annexation on our part, and declar- tive, divided Into sev ral departments, ably is the kind that has been demanded by the ing that the Cuban people 'are. and of conducted, and a po; ular assembly, a con- despot since the world had a history. Its who that those Ifare egregtoualy mistaken by a strong military efthink that rlcM ouht to lie, free and Independent.' gress, which would favorably compare with has already Income flsngt-rouslvery-tbli war ThU wran declaration was made to do the par'larr.e-n- t to us a familiarity which cannot fort the Pi Ipplne and nobe stopp.il.about It. Jap-- n an Intlr.l'eiy bet- ian.ilir right question wt:i Juipp to the spirit of the American peo- ter government of case tco toon. than the Insurrectionary ple whj wore lnded willing to wage a government of Cuba ever was. "Fror; .' '.htse points of view, therefore, No. tbe ai- aaed. troub'f orclerce will will b the war of liberation, but would not have conthe Phl.lpp'.' war was aa unnecessary as It notbig and virulentand ever questionthe e.on ns as unlet certed to a war of conquest. It was also "T.hls Is a grim story. Dictator. ago the is unjust. A wanton, wicked ar.d abomi- m the wur be promptly followed by an asTwo years to propitiate the opinion of mankind for nable war no It Is called by untold thou- of our action. President McKIrley also de- P'erflettasi cf such a possibility would have sand cf American citizens, and so It Is at surance to the Islanders of their freedom ndence. which as clared with equal solemrU) it annexa- been regarded of aa hideous nightmare us heart felt to tie. I have no doubt, by an im- and Indepi would surely tnJ assurance, If given tiw. the war withImagination tion by force could not be thought of. be- the offspring Is a a plain recital menseas majority of the American people. out more ttRhtleg. We propose, threfore, Sri it ale cause, according to our code of morals. It JJut Aye. It li cursdd by many of our th&t it be RHt-- now. Let there be at once such of facts taker, from the ofT.rUl records. ve.-- y soldier;: whom our government onlcra would be 'criminal These things have actually been done In to shoot down Innocent people. And who an artmsti e between our forces and tha 1'nre-l- y n War nf I.llicrntlon. these Ia3t two years by and under the wnr would certatriy Fillplio.t Let the Philippine Islanders ut wilt "Can It Justly be pretended that these of William McKlnley. This have deny that this lu.d the president re- the Mtr.c lime be told that the Amirlean been avoided w ill bo glad to ace them establish an declarations referred only to the Is'and Is our Philippine war as It stands. It Is pre- mained true pledge that the of CubaT Whit would the American peo- tended that we hid a right to the- p;sssslon war against to the national be a war of lib- Independent government, and to aid them Spain should ple, what would the vvorH have said, If of the Phlilpplres nnd that s' In that task as far as may b recessary; det the uitfv. cnt tribes rompoilng tha cogreni had resolved thnt the Cuban peo- manded ut to enforce that right. What er:, Ion and humanlt), ar.d not of conques" wo now? After eight And what have on of tho Philippines are disposed. ple wete rightfully entitled to freedom ItlnJ of right was It? The right of conmonthfc' slaughter and devastation, sqmn POSB st most of them, if not all. an like- and Independence, but that aa to the people quest? Had we really acquired that coun- dered treasure and shame, an Indelln.te of o'her Spanish colonies we recognised no try by armed conquest, which, as Presi- prospect of more and more: aUugbtarr evtittach Miemseivw in some way already existing under such right, and If President McKlnley had dent McKlnley has told us. It. according to devastation, nuandtred treasure anu fancy of Agulnaldo. we shall declared that the forcible annexation of the American qode of.moralH.r.'eirtmlnlT:-illu- t "Khanic. ly accept tint solution of the It- we'lud thrown astde 'bur code of Cuba would, be criminal. JjuLthatthe la Wnntun Killing lliunnnrf qu morals we had then not conquered more and even, If require!. lend our forcible onntxHlonot'th5r"8p9nl-- h "What is the ultimate purpas of thlr goddmces to bring It about, and that be u righteous act? A general than the bay and city of .Manila. Thereat ou"7urat of protest frc-- rj our own people, of the country we shall deem It our duty ta controlled. If by any- pol'cy? To be perfectly fair, I will assume inn-hll- e an J of dertiton and contempt from the body, by the Flllplroi. Or wns It the right that the true spirit of American Imperial-IsP ot t them against Interference from Is represented not by the extremists world, would have been the answer. of possession by treaty? I have already whole other foreign powers In other words, that No, there can be ro cavil that war was shown that the president ordered the en- who want to subjugate the Philippine with tgard to them we mean honestly tu nt nny cost and then exploit the live ui to the righteous principles with tha Pi claimed to all mankind to be a war of forcement of our sovereignty over the lib ration, .enel not of conquest, and even archipelago long before the treaty had bv Islands to the best advantage of the conprof loa of which we commended to the now cur very Imperialists are still boast-ln-- r ratification gained legal effect, and also queror, but by the more humane persona wor.d our Spanish war. that the war was prompted by the most that. In making that treaty, we had bought who say that we must establish our sov: have In the Philippines, ur fish and generous purposes, and that something called soverelRnty which Snaln ereignty over them to make them happy, to"An then, let usprogramme, not a small carry out this tho.se inult ui who do not believe It. and polln .an or a meddlesome martinet, but a had ceased to possess and could therefore to prepa'e them for ' Jn tae cour.- - of tint war Commodore not sell and deliver. even recognize their right to complete In- stat large mind and genuine symD --. y by a brn'iint feat of arms, de"It la n!o pretended that, whatever our dependence as soon as they show them- pathy whoofwill not merely deal in sanctl- nt J the Spanish Meet In the harbor rlght. the Filipinos were the original ag- selves lit for It Let me ask these rr.oi n of M i ll.ii This old not change the hera- gressors In the pending fight and that our citizens a simple question. If you stri- - it. ia cant and oily promises with hu tlicm but who will prove by ld-d character of the war certainly not troops found themselves compelled to de- think that the American people may ultitr it he and we are honest, who will In own opinlan. The Filipinos, fend their Hag against What are. mately consent to the Independence of Is not mind their ccns'ltuilng the strongest and foremost the facts? One evening assault. February thewe Is'a'ders, as a matter of right and kei p 'o suit that but to government that tt early In us, trftie of the population of the archipelago, last some Filipino soldiers entered the R)od policy, why do you Insist upon killing rmr. ii ot be measured bysuit them, which fttlOU standards had Ions been lighting- for freedom and American lines without, however, attack- them now? You answer: 'Because they We have In, 'rndecice. Jut as the Cubans had. ing anybody. An American sentry fired, refuse to rconnlze our sovereignty.' Why but ti. r .i governmentnot been able to reach. of their own, adapted Tl.. g.--at man of the other Islanders killing one of the Filipinos. Then a desul- do they so refuse? Because they think to s,r.pathizet with them. They fought for tory firing began nt the outposts. It spread themselves entitled to Independence and wh- 'h r It own a conditions and notionsor be her true republic, like ours, tht 'me cause as the Cubans, and they until It assumed the proportions of an ex- arc willing to tight and din for It. Hut if l). i r bra dictatorship like that of Porflrlo e fougni agnlntt the same enemy tensive engagement. In which a large num- you Insist upon continuing to shcot them Diaz in Mexico, or an oligarchy like the one en n.y .ictliu.t whom we were waging our ber of Filipinos were killed. It Is a down for this reason does not thut mean tr. m tr d by u In Ilnwail, or even v. f l.umunliy anJ liberation. They had fact that this engagement that you want to kill them for demanding wo are tolerutlag In iik. tht "w title to freedom and Independence could not have been a premeditated affair the Identical thing which you yourself New York the boss rule and Pennsylvania. vvh.eh we recognized 'of right' In the on the part of the Filipinos, ns many of think that you may ultlmntely find It Just Let iiieiii WnlU Alone. nd propr to crunt them? more; for. as Admiral Dewey their olllcers. Including Agulnaldo's priWould not telegraphed to our government, 'they are vate secretary, were at the time In the the- every drop of blood shed In such a Riiilty "Thoie who talk o much about 'fitting often, forget far superior In the-l- intellig '. cc, and more aters nnd cafes of Manila. It Is further sport cry to Heaven? To kill men In a Just a people for c,a; ablo of thai no pe pie were ever made 'fit' forself-govtrithan the! na-ti- well known that the next day Agulnaldo var and In obedience to Imperative necest by being kept In the lending of Cuba.'. Tho admiral adds: 'I am sent an officer. Gen. Torres, under a flas sity Is one thing. To kll1 men for demandof truce to Gen. Otis to declare that the ing what you yourself may ultimately have strlrgi of a foreign power. You learn to familiar with both races, and further approve Is another. How can such kill- walk by doing your own crawling and with them baa confirmed me In lighting had not been authorized by Agul- to till c pinion.' Is learned naldo, but had begun accidentally; that ing adopted ns a policy be countenanced by stumbling. "IndvU, the mendacious stories spread Agulnaldo wished to have It stopped, and a man of conscience and humane feelings? only by ex rclslng It upon one's own by our Imperialist, which represent those proposed, to that end, the establishment And yet such killing, without useless parcourse, there nil! be misOf as baibsrlaas, theltvilolngs us mere of a neutral zone between the two armies, ley. Is the policy proposed to us, takes and tioublra nnd disorders. We havo "We are told that we must trust Presi- had and now have these, too at the beginsuage'ry, end tlulr chlcfa a? no better such as might be agreeable to Oen. Olia; than 'cut-ti- n oats,' have been refuted by whereupon Gen. Otis curtly answered that dent McKlnley nnd his advisers to bring ning our persecution of the torlcs, our tueh a masa of authoritative testimony, the fighting, having once begun, muat go us out 'all right ' I should bo glad to be (lounderlngn before the constitution was co:nlnc In part from men who are them-tt.vc- a on to the grim end. Who was It that really able to do so. but I cannot forget that they formed, our Shay'a rebellion, our whisky tinperJallsli. that their authors wanted the fight? have got us In all wrong. And here we have war and various failures and disturbances should lildo tl'.tir heads In ahame; for sureamong them u civil war that cost us a "But far more Important than all this Is to consider a point of Immense Importance, ly, It U not the part of really brave men to the fact that President McKinley's 'benev- which I solemnly urge upon the attention loss of life and treasure horrible to think calumniate their victims before sacrificing olent assimilation' order, which even be- of the American people. It Is one of the of, and the murder of two presidents. Hut then.. fundamental principles of our system of who will say that on account of these fore the ratification of the treaty demandItccugnlsetl am Allies. ed that the Philippine Islanders should undemocratic government thnt only the con- things some foreign power should have "Now, whether there was or not any for- conditionally surrender to American sov- gress has tho power to declare war. What kept tho American people In leading strings mal compact of alliance signed and sealed, ereignty, in default whereof our military does this signify? That a declaration of to teach them to govern themselves? If no candid man who has studied the otllclal forces would compel them, was really the war, the Initiation of sn nrmed conillct the Philippine Islanders do as well as the documents will deny that In point of fact president's declaration of war against the between this nation nnd Home other power Mexicans,"-whhave worked their way, the most solemn nnd responsible act a na since we left them nlone after our war of the Filipinos, having been desired nnd In- Filipinos Insisting upon Independence, however you may quibble about It. When an tion can perform, Involving as It does the ISti, through many disorders, to an orderly vited to do so, were, beforo the capture of Manila, acting, and were practically rec- nrmed man enters my house under some lives and fortunes of nn uncounted number government, who will have a right to find ognized, as' our allien, and that as such questionable pretext and tells me thnt I pt humnn beings shall not be at the dis fault with the result? You may take It aa a they did effective service, which we ac- must yield to him unconditional control cretion oi ine cxecutivo branch or the gov general rule that ho who wants to reign over others Is sutcmnly convinced that they cepted and profited by. This Is an Indis- of the premises or h will knock me down ernment, but shall depend upon the authorwho is tho aggressor no matter who ity of the legislative representatives of the are quite unable to govern themselves. putable fact, proved by the record. It Ik people in other words, that, as much ns an equally Indisputable fact that dur-th- strikes the first blow? No case of aggrer-slo- n Is thero to the pol"Now, what can be clearer, shuffle and prevaricate the machinery of government may make icy dictated byobjection period the Filipino government principle our as you will. such a thlrg poilslblc. the deliberate will and our good faith 7fundamental angry cry: constantly and publicly, so that noI of the people constitutionally expressed 'What? Surrender to hear the Shot Down "Without Vjtrlrr-- " body could plead ignorance Agulnaldo? Will of It "Lot uh recapitulate. We go to war with shall determine the awful question of peace not the world ridicule and despise us for It, Informed ar misunderstand the Spain In behalf of an oppressed colony of or war. object wan the achievewor'd that their cuch a confession of our Incompetency to Ilronerlit on liy the President. ment of national Independence, nnd that hers. We solemnly proclaim this to be a deal with so feeble a foe? What will beforbid'. but of "Those are, therefore, by no means wrong come of our preatlge?' No, wc shull not thy believed the Americans had come In war not of conquest God We pood faith to help them accomplish that liberation and humanity. Invade the who call this the 'president's war ' And a surrender to Agulnaldo. In giving up a tud, as In the case of Cuba, It was weeks Spanish colony of the Philippines, destroy war so brought about and so conducted the criminal aggression wc shall surrender after varloua proclamations and other pub- the Spanish ileet nnd Invite the cooperation American people are asked to approve and only to our own cense of right and Justice, to our own understanding of our own truo lic utlerauceu of Agulualdo to that effect of the Filipino insurgents agaln.it Spain. encourage almply because 'wc are In It that the correspondence between him and We accept their effective aid as allies, all that Is, because this president of his own Interests and to the vital principles of our I have quoted, took the while permitting them to believe that motion has got us into It. Have you 3cn. Anderson, which own republic. Nobody will laugh at us of victory they will be free and inplace, and that the useful services of the what thb. meana? Kvery man of whose good opinion wo have ronnon to cherpublic experience known how powerful nnd ish. Thoro will, of courao, bunn outcry of Filipinos aa our allies were accepted. It dependent. Uy nctlve lighting they get conla, further, an indisputable fact that dur- - trol of a large part of the Interior country, seductive precedent Is aa an argument In disappointment In Kngland. Hut from .ng this period our government did not In- from which Snaln la virtually ousted. the Interpretation cf laws and of constitu- whom will It come? From hucIi men nu form the Klllplnoa that their fond ex- When wo have cjptured Manila and hnvo tional practices. When a thing, no matter James Jlryce or John Morley, or any one of pectations as to our recognition of their no further use for our Filipino alllca cur how questionable, has once been done by thojfe true friends cf this republic who Independence were mistaken. Our aecre- - president directs that, behind their backs, the government and approved, or even ndmiro and wish toptipetu-at- e In, by the people, that act will ary of atate did, Indued, on June lu write a treaty be made with Spain transferand spread the fundamental pringeneral at Slnga- - ring their country to uti, and even before surely be ued an a Justification of Its being ciples of Its vitality? No, not from them. Sir Pratt, our consul ore, that our government knew the Phll- - that treaty Is ratified hn tells them that, In done again. In nothing Ih tho authority of Hut tho outcry will come from thoie In plne Insurgents not Indeed as patriots place of the Spaniards, they must accopt us precedent more dangerous than In defend- Kngland who long to see it entangled in ruggllns for liberty and who, like the as their masters, nnd that If they do not ing usurpations of governmental power. complications apt to make the American "I cm not here ns a partisan, but uh nn republic dependent upon British aid and ibans, 'are. and of right ought to be, in- - they will be compelled by force of arms. pendent,' but merely us 'discontented Thoy refunc nnd wo Ehoot t'":m down, and, American citizen nnxloua for the future of thus subservient tc British Intercuts. I rebellious the republic. And I cannot too earnestly subjects of Spain,' who, If as President McKlnley said nt Pittsburgh, "The true frlendu of this republic In KngKfr occupied their country In consequence wo shall continue) to ehoot them do ah admonish the American people, If they land nnd, indeed, all over Ihe world, who 'without useless parley.' v..ie the fundamental principles of their are now grieving the wur, would have to yield us due us go as'.riy, will "I havo recited thesa things In studiously government and their own security and rejoice, anil their to see will be uplifted dlenee.' And other olllcers of our gov- hearts language, that of their children, for a moment to with new confidence In our honesty, In our not to m.ke any sober and dry matter-of-faent were Instructed lies to the Klllplnoa as to the future without oratorical ornament pr appeal. I throw aside all pnrtlsnr. bias and soberly to wisdom and in the vlrtuo of democratic Infind consider what kind of a precedent they stitutions Mhen thjy behold the American the nilplnoi themselves were not to ask you now whnt epithet. can you Hap-illwould sot If thty consented to, and by tted. Thev were left '.o be eve thnt. Justly to characterlte such a course? people tii re wing aside all tho puerilities of you r.eed not search for one. forrPrs- While itghtiiiR In cooperation trpr&vtd. the president's manage-iuci- a with tb returning to tra patfe ex tJUVCjIcull ui the l h:llpilA Urinous n ernly 'bt- - UiU trus duty.' fjICte, till)' Wtlc Ci,l.A.lS tut IMPERIALISM A CRIME their own Independent:. They could not Imagine that the goxernn.ent of, the great American republic, while boastliiR of having gone to war with Spain under the banner of liberation and humnnlty In behalf of Cuba, wns capable cf secretly plotting to turn thnt war Into one for the conquest and subjugation of the Philippines. aide-de-ca- best, when, In a virtuous moment, ht nnld that annexation by force should not be thought of, for, according to the American code if morals. It would be 'criminal agYes, 'crlmlnnl' Is the rtord. gression.' Ilave you ever heard of nny aggression clearly crlmir.nl than Ihls? And In more this case there Is an element of peculiarly repulsive meanness and treachery, I pity the American who can behold this spectacle without the profoundest shnme. contrition and resentment. Is It a wonder, I repeat, that the American people, In whoso name this has been done, should be troubled In their conscience? "To Justify, or rather to excuse, such things nothing but a pica of the extremest necessity will avail. Did such a necessity exist? In a aort of helpless way the defenders of this po'ley ask: 'What else could the president have done under the circumstances?' This question la simply childish. If he thought he could not order Commodore Dewey away from Manila after the cxt rutlon of the order to destroy the Spanish ileet he could have told the people of tho Philippine islands that this was, on our part, a war, not of conquest, but of libera tion and humanity: that wc sympathised with their desire for freedom and Independence and that we would treat them ns we had specifically promised to treat the Cuban people In furthering the establishment o nn Independent government. And this task would have been much easier than In the case of Cuba, since, according to Admiral Dewey's repeatedly emphatic the Fl'lplnoa wero much better lit-t- d for such a government. Our Ingenious postmaster Kencral has told us that the president could not have done that, because he had no warrant for It, since he did not know whether the American people would wl-to keep the Philippine Islands. Hut what warrant, then, had the president for putting, by his 'benevolent assimilation order,' before the Filipinos the alternative of submission to our sovereignty or war? testl-tr.ony, CEHSUS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS. Hour QUALITY AND NEWS. nt dan-gero- cons-.scien- be-ca- us be-e- ra one-tent- n-- o.ic-ten- th e - .i ii.lr con-rre- M td ng Am-rlca- d to-da- y aggr-sslon- .' quires thu HtutlstlcH to.' the twelfth census of dairy prodtiutn (funn uuil factory) to lie taken on separate schedule's. The DMhIuu of Agriculture will take the ninotiuta of milk ami ereuni produce-e- l nud sold, nnd the amount oi money rccciu'ilf rom t heir stiles; nUotric quantity nnd value of all tha butter nud cheese nindc on the farm. On the betaken thequnn-titof butter nnd cheese innde lu factories, etioperutivu and otherwise, together with the ipiautlty and coat oi raw materials (utllk and cream), cost of , labor, capital character nud value of plant and machinery, elf., cfc. After the two forms of schedule! aliall have been returned to the cciiMiii lu Washington, the llle statistic of dairy products on eaeh will be consoll e tinted, nud thus bIiow, what uetcr has been shown, the total yield of milk in the ("nlted States nnd the amounts and values of its ecu'ral products. This nmertlon is based on the that the fanners shall furnish to tTic enumerators, fully and accurately, the Information which thr KclieUiiiCA may call for. In some sections the records of cheese factory and creamery operation for the current year are destroyed, ngree-l)l- y to preWottH otc of directum or patrons. Tor 1S99 they should ote, to hnve prepared and preserve-d- , for the unit of the census enumerators, trio will nppear on .Iun- - 1, l'jofl, the statistics which the law wys shall be gathered. In ninny cases a failure ta elo this will prexent the enumerators from vecurlngnny returns, became new mnnugcru, or new or new boards of (Mintrol niny be lu charge tin June l, 1000, who will know nothing of the factory statistic.! of laOti and the tlgurcsfor 1890 are the ones the law says shall be taken. Farmers who keep no records of their transactions will llnd thcinschcs In the fcauic dlleiiitnn, on the nrrhtil of the census enumerator, iu h factory which de- troy a It records. Therefore, Chief Statlitlclan Powers Is appenling to all of them to pre hi re in writing, while the fuels are fresh in nilnil, such a statement of milk, cnnini, butter and chrexe products as will i liable them to the reply promptly and uretirntely t the enu inquiries which the law m merntors iiuifct take. If they thai! fall to do this, the statistlcH of ilaln products In their county will be Incomplete, nud will compare unfavorably with tlxc of counties wherein the returns are more accurate. y hm-stcdof-tlc- Correct atntlstlei nf Farm and Fmnc si nil Excellence Are nsrtermtM in IT Factor In ftuccettfiil Develop-sileFnvlory llnlry Prnriucts May tine, of (be Importnat Kssc-(loHe XeTspnpra. of lllffh-Cln- a Washington, Oct. 10. The Inw reIn presenting Interesting phusei of See-iirc- na e here-tofot- a nclcntltlc and economic problcma, uevvapnpcrM frequently give In formation of as great value in their columns an lu those devoted to the publication of the principal events of the day; nud when tho fame of o product Is extended beyond Uh natural limits Into foreign lands, nnd a largo demand created throughout Great ltrltaln nid her Colonics nud the principal seaports nud cities of Kuropc, Asia nnd Africa, It becomes it pleasant duty to note the fact and to tell of the points of excellence on which so great a success Is based. We refer to the now world famed laxative remedy, Syrup of Fig, the product of the California Fig.Syrup Company. The meilU of this excellent laxative were tint made known to the world through the medical Journals and newspapers of the United States; ami Is one of the distinct achievements of the pre. It Is now well known that Syrup of Figs Is nu ethical proprietary remedy, approved by the most eminent physicians everywhere, because It Is wimple and effective, yet pleasant to the tnste and acceptable to the system, nnd not only prompt In Its bcuellctal effects, but also wholly free from any unpleasant aftereffects. It Is frequently referred to as the remedy of the healthy, because It Is usril by people who enjoy good health and who live well nnd feel well nud are well Informed on all subjects genei ally, Including laxatives, lu order to get it brnelietal c fleets, It Is nrccMtnry to get the genuine Syrup of Figs, which Is mnnufnetured by the California Fig tyrtip Co. only. high-claawell-know- n Muirt of Cotiaelenrr. Dr. lVukluirit says that nan is merely a rrortlla with a concirnce. If there is any rmll.iiicw of tmtlijti his theory, thru titer are a hit of men who are just plain gorilla. Topcla CaxUt. Ooew.iotullr )ou will meet in this dreary world the father of a fmiii!)' of girls who wears new uverroit, but )ii will never "me up with such a father who can aflorel to hare hit teeth filtrd Atchian Globe. A I'rimltlca of I'nthrrliriotl. MAGNIFICENT WOMAN Holds Up Peruna as the Ideal Remedy For Pcmale Catarrh. HISS AND SPIT AT FOES. CnU of Alt .specie - asB tba'f Their In tulttt el li u Kiie-ml- r Hrpcl DUplur of I'eroclty. Jni. H., -- s m o-. well-meani- lyeys ' - . - . tht-sam- som-thlj- .g r cs m e Kxerjbody has seen a eat hump its back and IiIm) and tplt at a dog. l'cu the youngeht kitten lnstlnethely an enemy and makes a allowing of detlaiiec nt its approach. Thta hlutf at intimidation is general among the hpecics. It Is a curious and reimirknble fact that many dilTerent kinds of which have their homes in holes have a Mmllnr habit of spitFurting when nn enemy itpprtinche thermore, il is probanle that the expression of a cut nt bay Is part of the kiime liiMlncthc stratagem. We hiioxv In the horror of the serpent how gen-r- al tribe throughout ail nature, and hence asit huenift likely that the Mrpeiit-llkpect of the head of mi enraged out, together witli its threatening hisa, might dibconccrt an enemy siiilluleiulj toghc an advantage to thecal. Curioufly enough. cNta of nil specie have their tnlU marked transversely in a wti which resemble the marking of herpriits, and several uiiturnllnts have remarked how similar are t lie ti ihmik, waving inovciiii iits of the mil of nn cat to the movements of the tail fint'i-of a snake in rt atnteeif excitement. The true tabby eat, when It is curled up fiklci-n- . baa n curious lchcinblnncc io n coiled herpeut, ami the same Is true of ninny wild catH of dilTerent varieties and coming from dilferent pnrta of the world. If this rc.nl lv la an instance nf tiro- tective mimicry it Ik possible that the chief foe guarded ngaliiht wan the eagle. UaglcR are ery fond of cat's llcrh, and it lias been remarked by iiaturallHtH in various parts of the world that these formidable birds htbitiinlly moke war upon the amnller creattireH of the kind. Chicago Chronicle. hal-loe e.1 'H?'1 ree;-ognl- es cren-tiirc- ii w the Florence I rlttenden Anchorage. of Chicago, writes the fallowing street, Chicago: letter froiti3U2( tunic have ever "Peruna is the known for general lUbllli v. n urc nre for liver complaint, fti.tl n never fulling n, hei-tiii- it Mrs. Clara Mak tntr Mrs. Clara .Mnkcmer, hciU keeper for let v 1 adjuster lu I'nses of d "I have used It in canes of frtnnle irregularities nnd weak nerves common to the sex, nud have found It most satis- pcin, factory." From early girlhood to the end of tho period few women nre entirely free from some degree of calnrrh of the pelv le orirans. With rerun, the thousand nnd one ailments dependent upon catarrh of tho pelvic organs can be wholly averted. 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Ciiicugo Democrat. T JL I M. jq - forty years It has been read In the beat famfilet of America, and baa done more' to educate women In true love of good literature than any other magazine. The special offer of these two great pictures and Three Months' subscription to Demoresfs for 25c, is made for 60 daya only. Write at once. ryonFaihlona. For con-slder- e tht Demorcst's Family Magazine, Art Department, U0 Fifth Avenue, New York. According to reliable newspaper reports, dUpatciieft from the continent itntc that the telephone department of France has received PJO.000 for the which were scut out during the Dreyfus trial at llennes. lletween 8,000,-00- 0 and 9,000,000 words were hentotit. more telephones proportion to tho population than nny other locality in the world. Ilnwail Is said to have In use lu W. L. DOUGLAS $3&$3.50 SHOES H" igf cempstsdtsita Worth $4 to $8 other makes, ALL LEATHERS. dis-pnteh- ek Iwlnrsrel by over 1,000,000 wearers. ALL S1YLE8 TltR tlKSUM km W, L. i.ulu' klBt u.4 trl IIB4 f W.ll. Tsko no mUtltiiti) rlsitntil r s.V nml UW shoes In tti world. Your desltribotililkeef them If not, we will Kin.l jru i tobaiUKol. l.sruettmaVeri con-vntl- Probably nobody but a baby knows ill that it has to put up with. S!a4 ot leather, sis W. ami width, rlsla ur csp to Cntnloejuo It Free. U OC'JCUi IH0E CO., BrocktOS. Mais. imilronrerelMofrrlce. riuii r-- .TI TPBST l. Wfij , W BRYAN TravoU 110 JIIIch KENTUCKY mid Its principles Applause. ''In thin publican who desire better tlinn nny'He BOUND The your suffrages! TO FAIL. In this county wo had jorlty lu tfe'.ld. ami DtrUvers Ton iv grent majority in IStO, npd yet wltl nil the majority in thin district and at' Spccclics. , thu majority in this county, we were not able to securu the elector tl vote oi Support (iorbnl for liovrrnor, subortll- - this st.itc, Shall we be able to do better if wo allow our forces to divide imllhS .National latum In tlm nl dlty nnd light against each oilier white tlio Mix I'nrty In ttiff I (milium enemy presents a compact army. The ildrrii at vrnillliIIU republicans never light among them llnnlMrll. I want Helves to amount to anything. you to realize that in this fight this, Mr. Hrynn's llrst peceli wan nt Hani fall you not only have it in yourpowci well to n crwud of over ft, 000 who lunl to nuuoiuico to the United Mates thai (itlicred from Mallard, Carlisle, Hick Kentucky is Democratic, nnd will be innii, 1'iiiton, UravfH ami McCrsckon Democratic In l'JOO, but you liuvu It in cotintlo. lie spolto n follow your power to oiect a Senator in this "l.AHH.H a.nji (iiiNTl.KMK.N: Whether ktoto at thin election ho will stand tlio next President of thu United Slates there lu the United States Senate for Is n Democrat depends Mimewhat on six years as a champion of the what you do in ICeiruclcy thin jcar. Miiasseb, not only of KenThree years nifo Kentucky did tiot help tucky but of the entire United States. the Democratic party to any urent ex- We in Nebraska feel an interest in tent. I believe thut thu people voted your choice for Senator, because that bettor than the counters eon n led, Ap- Senator i our Intercuts as well plause. That W, 1 am not mi e that u upon yoursrand If any of you think we.tlld not e.irry the ntate, but I am that one Senator docs not count I want quito nire we did not tfet lu A year you to know that question are afterward wo carried the state- by IS so close lu the Senate that one DO.' plurality, and then IIiMitiieltliinn In Senator may decide the fate of n other partx of the country lifted up thrir licudft anin and admitted Hint If we w in in 1900 nnd place a Demothey were born in Kentucky. cratic President in the Incentive Chair, Tins ante U a Dcinocr.itlo fttnte. Wo ho can not secure a single reform until have a right to Yixpert that this tnto that reform parses the House of wlil be Democratic lu l'JOO. but if this ives, anil the Semite also; and tale j(co Kepubili an this fall it will shall we in this state permit the loss of uinku it more dltUcult to carry it next a United Stnt.-- senator, so that after a year, and n defeat thin full will campaign ns we hate in 1000, we shall the Itepublic.iuft throughout throw away the fruits of victory bethe country and (Uvcotiriige tlio Demo- cause we divided among ourselves in a crat it. Democratic state llku Kentucky? "I a In told that down in thU state "When the question of a large army Mime of the Democrat have an idea comes before the Semite, and the Senthat they can divide the DemocrAlic ate decide between (in army like wo party lu two and then whip the have had and an army that approaches with either half. You can't the military establishments of the Old do it. You can do a great deal iu Kon- - World. I want Jo lllackburn there to T wealth-producing district we had a grent ma boss of Football Players Sealed (lie College's Doom, -- "" S& & K-i'- w 'IKS' lint promising oung feet i in,f r'c''11' am' tnm uh nDctroitcr, sixwent Mc'"i? spar, into i,i father's olllce the other day nnd voti-MJi- hotno-tltn- es & WPP m Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses the LZS - reso-lutio- VK: flV"- 1 '-A - USII UIUkl; Hep-rescn- la Habitual CoHST'' BUT THE &E.NVINL- fr ASt fe - the t,ni tome. 'lJut now? What is there now ?" N hoie, tny sons If jou've been getting Into I ,ublp, and notd inoiuy, my so. Don't nppr jcii me in this round ihout way. I'm no f.uig chicken, nnd I've bicn over the coiirif Out with it." '1 ton't owe a dollar and there's nothing i" cr;'ie.il from jou. I can see tlmt there will l no more college for inc, and I'm not sol"? to ftay around home ns .i deadhead." o more college? Some one mutt have mWcit jou. The business wat never more I hae plenty. Of course proiptrou, and you II go back and compute your course. 1 U'I the nllownnce if ou think best. '.No, I've concluded to rut it nil and go to vto'k I'm not so fickle ns to take up with nnotliir alma mater, lleaidcs, the other fellow 1 .dd all be new I woiilij have no clas Riiinories, nnd I'd simply be a catiin a J'rar;p garret." W 'Ctr" mly jou'd not change. Xo one t of such n thing. Oo Kiel: and finish with the Itoya ou stnrted in with." "FaJ'ier, yoii don't understand. That .n won't Inst thtrc month, F.itirof the football p!ai'rt Imvet-cn- t word that tliry ri mt drop out. It is all up. and I want a job Free Press. -1,1 tlu-ne'i- gave Imn a shuck. "What Is there for me ulioiit tup establishment to do?" lie began, witli'iif prologue "til Ilnd a place for you, wy boy, when EVERY DAY TALKS WITH WOMEN bt etroit of Oltitiiit-nlsniALi Itcwnrr'flint Cniitnln s Stprcurj-- for Cntnrrh , PINKHAM says that Irritability Indicates dlstaso.Women who nrc nervous rntl snappiMi arc to oe pitied. Their homes nrc uncomfortable their disv positions grow constantly worse. Such women need tho counsel and treatment of a wpman who understands the peculiar troubles of her box. Mrs. Anna E. IlAbL, of Mill- dale, Conn., was all run down in health nnd had completely lost . control of her nerves. She wroto ' to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Now she writes: "I wish to thank you for what your ycgctable Compoup a3 done for me. It has helped tn more than anything else. I suffered for a long time with nervousness, pains in back and limbs and falling of the womb; also hud neuralgia in my head and could not sleep. I told my husband that some thing must be done, for MfT'TT's'rcijeaaaaViira I I was nearly frantic with TlTriW' .Tl pain. Having read of . the wonderful cures! Lydi E.,Pinkham's Vcg--1 CiS JaftHaaar BtaWsiBT7 YlMBO JAiZr I ctable Comnound li.irl n aaW vfBVSSKf or performed, I determined 8 to try it. I have taken o argaaarr'.avv VJT 000F ItcS ' it and am happy to say I am cured. I recommend it .. . 4 rail . incuun r mAlfUVn ls tin ijijr ffMn.lc unit nuvui GfcflfSffiM .vx. tire of telling the benefit I odS zzw o;.ijj,-a- i awrrW'i(d have derived from its use. I have you aloqe to thank for gj Ixe-Eb&sdC8 my recovery. M' RS-- . - MSSy iMmlSSmksi tissktmm ? 1 im&M z PERMANENTLY s MANY 0 tY (auivrniaTg,Syrvp(s rca iu er iu muMjt tm so n tciut. SHE STOOD HIGH. "v.ixx. i .am J. tueky, but you cannot divide nnd defeat the ltepublieans. Do you realize the importance of the Issues that are kt strtkeT Do you realize that upon a triumph of 1V0U great questions depend? Do you rculUo what the Hepub-llca- n partv has been doing iu this country? Do you rcalle how It has been placing the dollar above the man? And In all of Its policies has been enthroning wealth and debasing mankind? You have seen It on questions of taxation laying tlio burdens of government upon the backs of the , while the rich nnd struggling corporate wealth have escaped their just share of taxation, "You have found tltem on the money question transferring to financiers living under another Hag the rlghtto determine our financial policy. You have seen them disregarding the Interest of wealth producers and turning tlio instrumentalities of govosnincnt over to a few, that they may enrich themselves at the expense of the many, and since tho Spanish war yen have" seen them embarking upon two policies. You have seen a Republican president asking for a standing orinv of 100,000 men. Wo only had W,000 In lMM, and that was enough. 1 know it was enough, because the Republican party In its platform did not ask for any more; anil yet ii Republican president, lu December, 1M1N asked congress for authority to make the army, not temporarily, but permanently, a hundred thousand strong, and tho Republican house of representatives, prompt to do his bidding, authorized this great Increase, and but for the Democrats, the Populism and Silver Republicans In tho senhave a standing ate wo would army of 100,000. "This Increase was asked, not to put down the Philippine war. It was asked two months before there was u Philippine war. If the Republican party in power the army will bo raised. by Unif an imperial policy is Indorsedgovernand followed by the people ment we will have an army of 100,000, nnd when you vote thl fall you are to condemn or to commend tho policy of President on these great questions. And when tlieso great questions are at stake, shall people stop to quarrel among themselves as to who would have been tho best man to have nominates for any particular ofllec? Why, to mv mind, bringing a great contest like tills down to the low level of n scramble over cronalltleB and persons is degrading the issues for which sve contend. What difference docs it rnako whether my Democrat or your Democrat or somebody else's Domoorat is nominated!' is not any Democrat .who atauda Xor tho Chicago platform po-irto-da- y br:ya.:n vote no against a large army. When the question comes up whether this shall be a republic or an empire, whether this nation shall build securely upon tho Declaration of Independence or build upon the shifting sands want Jo of force and conquest. lllackburn there to thunder out in favor of the Declaration of Independence and a government that derives Its just powers from the consent of tho governed. "Tills Is the first time when a president of the United States has openly abandoned the Declaration of Independence and looked to force or to purchase us a foundation for title. They tell us we have a good title to the Philippines by buying It from Spain. Ah, my friend, you can't buy a title of b.000.000 Filipinos. You can't buy it from n discredited monarch after we ourtelvo nrmed the Filipinos to light against that monarch. And yet those great questions and all tho other questions tli nt I hnvo mentioned arc upon the people for solution; and while these questions that affect tho very foundation of our govcrnmont, questions that nitect the welfare of tho people, questions that aiTect the financial policy of 70,000,000 of freemen while these questions nrc pressing upon us for solution there arc some Democrats who think that this is tho right time to divide. I am not here to enter into a discussion of that convention. My friends, 1 do not believe anything in that convention was so bad as to deserve tho remedy that they want to apply, namely, the election of tho Republican ticket and a Applause. Republican senator. "And when men tell me what they think hits been done, the question I ask of them is. what is your remedy? Democrats, arc you dissatisfied witli what has been done? I ask you what is your remedy? Is it to elect a Republican state ticket? Is It to elect n Republican senator? I do not believe you will apply that remedy when you rcnllzj how much that would mean against our cause and our principles. Cries of "No, no." "I want to see tho Goebol tioket elected lu this sUto from top to botApplause. I want to see every tom. man on the Uoebel ticket elected by Apan overwhelming majority. plause. I want to see a Legislature that will send Jo lllackburn to tho ApSenate on tho very llrst ballot plause. Then when you have joined your sister states in tho remedy of tho evils that are now threatening tho very exlstenco of this (lovcrnmcnt. when you havo douo this you will have time to take up your locat nffalr and administer such punishment to any Democrat as you think he way deApplause serve. 1 now-pressing Hnllroad TOR SO DATS TOO CAJT TBT XT TOB 10 CXMTft The constantly increasing butineit of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad has necessitated A family living in a Xorth Me Oat lately very material additions to the telegraph vclcoiiivd a new iiomcmaid. The Kid '""I service. During the past year nearly 2,000 jutl come from .Michigan and her appear- miles of copper wire, 100 pounds to the mile, Soon after her ad- hac been strung. New lines have been Has ance uas prcpoMcisinK. of Mtdiciaii say who has had 35 YEIIS vent it was discovered that the wan incl.ncd placed in service between llaltimtfre and I hare never before In my 35 jtmn of practice of medicine fiven my testimonial or recommenPittsburg, Baltimore and Parkersburg, New- dation to any patent medicine, but there is remedy, the result of which has come under my own to trt-.i- t the family with a patronizing air. "Mary, ou niu.t do better, or 1 shall have ark. 0 , to Chicago, Philadelphia to Newark, observation, tor there is no Disease which has ao baffled the medical skill of all aces as Rheamav pome one to take your place," the Philadelphia to Cumberland nnd Cumber- tlsm and to find a Reliable remedy ferthraaate. Atlut wehaveiouod it In "5 Drops." manuto find Huntress remarked the other morning. land to Grafton. During the summer sev- factured by theSwansun Rheumatic Cure CMapaay, Chicafo, III. The " DROPA'has proven a a Temporary Reliever "1 don't a low anyone to speak to me that eral of these wires were quatlruplexed be- itself wonderful for its curative power in Rheuaaattem, not chronic cases. Sometime only, but to ago, I has give a Permanent Cura even in way," replied .Man1, with a toit of her head. tween Baltimore and Cumberland and duamong others kcveral Rheumatic cases under my treatment and pro"I'm juM as good as jou are, and J want plex rdwett . scribed for these patients the very best Remedies which I skillfully seyou to know it," lected, but without desirable results. I then heard of "3 DKOPS'and Like all new Baltimore &-- Ohio work, the .Man- - flounced out of the room and reof its Wonderful Cares, and prescribed it to a few patients who found relines arc constructed in the belt possible lief from its use within a few days. After that I prescribed it to ajfreat paturn! U iu two mimittewith the vtrkly manner. number and to my surprise, I will sav that in the course of Two or Three per from her town. Among the social items Weeks after they had used "5 DKOPS" and "3 Drop" Plasters they was the folloiMiic: Ocwry Ilnd Xo Grlevnnce. were Cured. Among these were a fciv who had, fur n number of year, "Mitt Mary Hansen has eooe to Chicago "Where do you take command of been suffering with Chronic Rheumatism, who had piloted themselves to iifid the winter. Miss Hansen u an ac- fleet?" a lady friend asked Dewey just the around 011 Crutches. They came to my office without Crutches mid told beme they were jierfectly Will. They pive all the credit to "s DR0P5" knowledged belle in the leading cntlen of fore he left for Manila. and to "s Dron" Plasters and this is their testimony to the Swanson Sawdust Creek." "At Hong-rng,- " ho replied. Rheumatic Cure Company for their kitidnos and for the conscientious had had Mary wa:ted until her employer way in which they are pi acini? these Wonderful Remedies nmort; mifTennu iminaiilty, which lb-- v After a sllcnco tho lady said: time In read the "iwnonal, and then she "Aren't ou aggrieved, in view of our pos- tol.l inr to ivrlte to the Companr as an ackuowledgement. As I nave seen the Curative Power of said, with withering scorn; sible trouble with Spain, over being or- "3 DROPS" and "3 Drop" Plasters, in a great many inFtances, I can Truly recommend theru "A I have alwajs been accustomed to goand also that the firm Is perfectly honest and reliable to deal with. ing with the ery best in my town, and as I dered to the remote Asiatic station, which C. A. JACKSON, rhysician and Surgeon, Kearney. Neb., Aug 29, tRW. savansov's can hardly he in the picture in case of war?" Is tho mo'.t ionerful spocltle knonu Krce from opiates nnd iverfcpilr harm don't lieheve you ever have jour iinmo on C k Itcllet Is usually felt tlio tlrmnlirbt. It Un iHxltlvo euro (or Illiruuia-tlit'"ii Iot s luck!" replied Dewey. "More-pvcthe noeicty page of the Sunday papers, I Hilutlen, Neuraliilit. D epltv, Bseksthr, Astlimu, Iluy Fesrr, t'utarili, Silrrw haven't entertained grievances for Iriiurn, .rTa-ntu- , Kuruclie. Toothuche, rriin nail Ncurslile , Cius 1 ran't alford to stay with you.'the VJI? WniUnMt, Cr.iiiu, (Swelling. L,ih ('rlppc, Mulut-lu-Ileailuebe. "Siimlinets, etc., vie. Heart The Xoith ide woman declared then he added, evidently as an after-t- : longer to enable sutTerers to iilvc "t DltOI-S- " at least a trial, wo nttl Chicago Inter. incident chind. I I B "Besides, you know, Spain owns will I w send n a somplr botilw. ireimUI kr ninll, fnriaevnts. Asamplobottlo Ocean. rooflnee vim AIo. I.irco Ixmlo 1S1I dotes) S1UU.3 bottles for t.'O. Sola by us, druui-ltu- , and ilippines." Ladies' Home Jourr.al. in Biienis .taents svmileil In new terrllary. Write-A Thrifty Diniitrl. MWANMiV It II Kit .11 ATI C I'UKE CO.. ISO t 164 Luke 8 1 reel, CHICAGO, 1I.IKxpn union A spirit of thrift was ahowri by a young woman w ho cuteted a ear with undry'bxcs Means paying rent for a poor farm. Now and bundles. Another young pervon eame is the time to iccuie a good farm on the hie of the Clucigo. Milwaukee & St, Paul in at the next station and reeoptiired her. Itulway in Marinette Count), Visco!)in, "Oh. mv, who u to be married?" Wiere the crops are of the best, work p!cn ".Nobod ; and ifle last of all." tj, line market, excellent climate, pure "Then what are the dower for?" sift water, land sold cheap and on long "A funeral; our teacher died, and we 166" tme. Why rent n farm when you can Lui flirts put together to eet this wreath." STS "Poor thing; did she know the was going ore for less than you ja for rent? Address MAOIS !we I U. Hollins, Land Agent, 101 La Salle St., to die? "I don't think so;" then, after a pause, she Cmcago, 111. milled, cheerfully: "hut the Joe by this !U IttMcnsrc. tiiiic, nil luing raid in the most unconscious way. As they bent solicitously over him the "How much was the wreath?" rem who bad been kicked by a horse opened 'Two dollars and sixty cent. I only had h eves. "Have you any last with? they five." lUM'd him. JDid you pay the difference?" THIS ELEGANT GUITAR "Yes," he murmured. "Have an nutomo-b- i "Dear. no. I made him give it to me for e hearse at the funeral " This Guitar fa toxic two dollars, so I saved mv own qtnrter I Itevenge, it seemed, was strong even in FOR $2.65 oi th f inest rrrita-tio-n nut in. hut I'm going to make the girl think death. K. Y. Prtss. mahogany wkfa No morn, no less, than 5,000 ot tbcm, I jiafd twoity." either soL'cfrosewood probably tbo largest contract in rraltars 'Well, that's right; the wear.md tenrit A New Mnnilnrd for Art. over raado nn instrument tliat posior walnut fmgo worth a quarter, turely." Detroit Free Mrs. Oldschool I can't Fee anything tively sells from S3.5J to gi.ttl. Wlionlliis Prets. board, pearl inlaid btjutiful in that Secession vase of yours. lot is exhausted wo cannot duplicate position dots and ? New-rictills offer. Quantity talks. Only L7 Why, my dear, there arc Mrs. Pome of the Imb guns of the prUc ring are on such a bis scalo, together with German silver raited dollars we evir had nrr 00 of the lovelind Chicago Daily 2fews. ot'y policy, could frets) it has fancy y in it. Jewelers' Weekly. suck an ollcrinir bo possible Another around sound reason for dispensing such a bnrrain THE MARKETS. hole and best quality broadcast is tho confidence wo feci that Ion for Chills The neat every guitar sold vill win for us n American patent ind I'ever is u bottle of Giiovr'a Tasti.li'si patron and a friend v.bo'o CINCINNATI. Oct. Si i'iiiix Toxic ltls siniplyiiiuiiiudnuluineii heads the top of vto can count upon. Wo S in LIVESTOCK Cnttle.eointnnii t ul uUnleli-iitlip form Nm"ii 'ipay ri'1rc,.Vi Guitar k beautifully willt forward.1.1.., c'dtar tn any1aaddress W it. ! IU Miiecl butclie x T V.HMH O a. .A .WA.l1.f T.N PA I.VKS Kalr to cood Item.. 0 t T2i bound with celluloid; rocAint. 50c. Wo, however, odrlso that 3 70 ku 4 15 HOUS CoarMiunU heavy Just Wrath. it is strung with a bo sent, as that saves return cash in fall 4 'Ju Mixed tuckers "Fine lot of guvs they are," said the al:w full set of best quality cnanres for money ana wo stand per4 10 dc I.lehl liluier fectly ready to refund money If. tho be calling me dishonest. I never sIlKKI'-Cho- ire steel springs and is IU it, 3M derman, "toof pay f.AMHS-Sprl- llK not an ant mora tuan wo claim , took a cent 5 10 from anyone that I didn't ready to pky upon. cuiurls Romembor our for It. ,,,,.. ) to O. 3 75 render value received." Indianapolis JourI ii iv r laiLil i.viu ii spa:ial price on &,U0O of JltAIN-Wlie- at-; rxt. & Tl nal. cincnly is. a. to Ns red. no roitN Nit S mixed T Care n Colli In Unn 2tay Oil-N- o. a ! 60 7n which is lisUd"T lowest whoU sale prices All Ityr-- No 2 tl 6" Take Ivixntivo Ilromo Qululne Tablets. 25c druggists refund inwicy If it fulls to euro. um.js furnish. HAi l'rliuo to choice avtrythinj to Cet: pork d on re'ICtll . 5 10 I.arJ ConpsrUons. "What is the sensation of UUTTi:it-Ch- olc dairy II (A reporter. 00 i hnlce erc.iuierr (IJ, "W joins up in a balloon?" asked theof coming '"Precisely the opposite to that 1 75 AIM'I.KS Choice lo tancy f purchase amounting lo !?? opodovo. down in one," replied tly professor impres1 0 rOTAIOKt 1'erbn fll CUrMOHTHtV OBOCtRY PBICt CIST I sively. Philadelphia North America. CHILAQO. PLOUK-- W 3 fl) 81 3 TO Inter imtcn 3KAIN WheJl-N- o. 8 led.... TOHtt "ll We refund 10c for every package of PUTTO 01 Nu. a(. lilriiKO tiirlug HO NAM FADKL13S DYI that fails to give rOKN-N- o. S r. 32 3J' s.-DAT. No. 2 tJ't satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., Unionville, Mo. Sold by all druggists. IHJIIK-Me7 10 CURS WHtRt All LLbt f AILS. :.., 6 22H'ii 5 SJ LAJtUSlcam neat uooau Brrup. rastea uooa. Use I The wonder is not that people are afraid NKVV YORK. In time. Bold br druKKltu. U tell the truth, but that they t are not 3 63 (i 3 M n,OUlt afraid to tell a lie. AtchUon Globe. VVIIKAT No. 2 red 70 Whooping-Coug- h Cures Croup and COltN-N- o. 3 liilxed it. luJi Unexcelled for Consumptives. Gives " "t l'iso's Cure is a wonderful Cough mediquick, sure results, Kcfuse substitutes. .,. A. N. K.- -E OATS Mixed 1784 U0 9 W (. I'ORIC New mess.,,, cine. Mrs. W. Pickeit, Van Siclcn and f) Dr. Jin Ift Piltttu tt EttiouiHtH. Tria I, to forge. erii (& b 67 Ulske Aves.. Urooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 20, W. Add Homestead TUK WK1TIXO TO ADVEUTIHEKa 1IAI.T1MOUK jSaaie state that yon toe AlverUa An ounce of help is better than a pound Urra lt thnn acres Lefurs Junn SS.lltl, writes 3 31 CI 3 70 KLOUR Faintly seat In this paper. of preaching. Chicago Daily News. -Na iui , iinua vu., si 1 111a as,, nwaisgiaa, aw c. 2 red.... 70(a TS V hmilht-rt6 "Hi Was Arrogant. IIr Knp Had Appeared clrty CuluniB nnd In the nhe Ho- - as mfKury will mrely destroy the sense of smell ud completely deiange the whole system when entering it throuch the mucous mirfatj. Such article should never be wed except on prccriptions from reputable physicjins, as the damage they will do i) ofttn ten fold to the good you can pofeihly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufsctured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, ictine directly upon the blood and murmi surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, nnd made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney k Co. Teti-monia- li free. Pold bv Druggists, price 7.V per bottle. Hall't Tamil)- - Pills are the best. Mns. gan. i8io Mountain St, g00" Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "Dear. Mk5 Pinkham 8 Ellen Flana .. SM-i- A vasaaSfr s ti,. ..-- ,. t . v a sufferer from chronic dyspepsia, was irritable and cross, and can s.iv that after taking seven g f Domes ot L.yaiu ii. i'lnK- bam'b Vegetable Compound was entirely cured. I take great pleasure in writing this to you and would be pleased to be interviewed by any one who is afflicted with that distressing complaint. I am very grateful to you." S3vr'35W-pc5i?ysV7'..""--- So i ' 5 Bnterprlse. t:l prominent physician tt tf atfifa "raotlet j iflr THADE-MaR- mm r. J nOsDO UltWrCI n. 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PC00 I'roctirlnK tho Endless Chain Stnrch Book from their irrooor, wlU each obtain ono largo 10c. patkaRO of Ih2.flrt RED GKOHH" fitaroh, ono large 10c. package of ''HUBINOKU'8 BEST" BtstroU, two Bbakospcaro panela printo.1 in twelvo beautiful colom, ns uaturol as life, or 0110 Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, the finest of its kind over printed, ail nbsolutcly freo All others procuring the hndleaa Cbain Starch Book will obtain from their grocer two lanro 10c. paciopes of starch for Be mid U'.,e5iiHlul l"onlunl which aro being eWon away. This offer Is only mode for a short ttmo to further Introduco tho famous RED CltOSS" fltarch, and thocelebrated "HUBINGEIt'8 BEST" cold water Bturca. Aak yourgroccr for this starch. flve (in nm. um eai MlxeJ..,, MUe.1. ... No. 2 red rOHK-Mi-LARD-Slc- H-t Q3U 71 t it av.J fa s:h 0 e mo (ki o Tq cure, or money reHindod by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 80c. . m " ' " K(E ''""" e&"l,vFm' '""" 1pwp1 " j.-- V'f- - ' , & Vf. Ms?i - K ty nrPERTALlSMACRBIE McKinleys Philippine Policy nounced by Carl Scburz. De- their own Innepende'i:.'. They could not Imagine that the goernn:ent of, the great American republic, while boasting of having gone to war with Spain under the banner of liberation and humanity In behalf of Cuba, was capable cf srcretly plotting to turn thnt war into one tor the conqurM and subjugation of ii "Hut Just that wan to happen As poon PrernKSttlvni of Cntntres. Usurped by as Manila was taken nnd we had no further uie for our Pillplno allies they were the I'rcnlilciit 'i'rrntmrnt tf Fill ordered to fall back and back from the rplnos n Ml.it I'linn Asuecity and suburbs. Ou,-- military commandlcr Honor. ers treated the Flllpl.loV country as if It wero our own. When Agulnaldo sent one with to Oen. hli The great antl Imperialist conference of request for an Interview Merrltt Oen Mir'ttt a Chicago. Tuesday, October 17, was was 'too busy.' When our peace negotiaIn tions with Spain began and representatives opened by leading democrats anil for audience to sofiom nil over the union. of the Filipinos askedthe rights ard wishes licit consideration of at Central Music halt, a of their people the doors were slammed In the evening, as large gtitbeilng listened to a lengthy in their faces, In Washington as well the by Carl Seliur., of which the in Paris. And behind those doors Philaddress scheme was hatched to deprive the following in v liberal digest: ippine Islanders of the Independence from "More tit in elRlit months nco I hail theo foreign ru'e nnd to mnke them the subjects honor of .uldrcwInR the citizens of of another foreign ruler, and that foreign on the HUhJect of American Imperialruler their late ally, this great repuunc, policy of nnncxInK to which had grandly proc'almed to the world ism, meanliiR tlio republic dUt.tnt countries and alien that Its war against Spain was not n,war this Ionil.iUotiw lluil vviit nol Pit lulu uUi of conquest, but a war ot UDerauon ana Bjstcm of government I discussed humanity. at that time mainly the baneful effect tho "Uehlnd those doors, which wero tightly pursuit of an Imperialistic policy would closed to the people of the Phlllpplr.es, a produce upon our political Institutions. treaty was made with Spain by the direcAfter long silence, during which I have tion of President MCKInley, which carefully reviewed my own opinions as for the cession of the Philippine Is well as tho-s- cf others In the llsht of the lands by Spain to the United Stiles for oeen best information I could obtain. L shall the consideration or jww.uw. n now approach the same subject from an- said that thla sum was not purchase other nolnt of view. We all know thit the money, but a compensation for Improve popular mind Is much disturbed by the ments rr.ide by Praln. or a 'solatium' to Philippine war and that, how v r highly sweeten the pl'l of cession, or what not. we admire the bravery of our soldiers, no- Hut stripped of a'l cloudy verbiage. It was body iirofe.ises to be pioud of th war Itself. really purchase money, the snl being made There are few Americana who do not by Spain under durets. Thus Spain sold frankly admit their resret that this war and the Pnlted States bought what was should ever have li ippened. 1 think 1 risk called thf sovereignty of Spain ov.r the notiilnR when I siy that It ti not merely Phlllnnlne Is'ands and their people ".Vow, look at the circumstances under the hun&llniT conduct of military operations, but a Nerloiu trouble of conscU rices watch that 'cefelon' was made Spain had that d!sttirtn the American heart about lost the possession of the countr), except this war, and that this trouble of a few isolated and helpless little garrleoni, will not be allayed by a more sucmost of which were effectively' blockaded cessful military campaign. Just as 50 years by the Filipinos. The American forces ocago thi trouble of conscience about slav- cupied Calte nnd the harbor and city of ery could nol be allayed by any com- Manila and nothing more The bulk of the promise countrj was occupied and possessed by the ".Many people now, an the slavery comthereof, over whom Spain had, la promisers did then, try to ease their mine's Pwl.ii of fact, ensed to cxerclsi -- y sovSt. and now by saying: 'Weil, we are in ereignty, the Spanish power halng been we must do the bst we can.' In spite of driven out or destroyed by the FH'plno Inthe obvious futility cf this cry In some surrection, while the United States had not respect., I will atcpt It v ith the one pro-vlf- acquired, beyond Cavltc and Manila, any that we make an honest effort to authority of whatever name by military nscer.'a'ti whit really Is the best we can occupation nor by recognition on the pirt do To tint end 'et u.i linn clearly remem- of the people Agulnalco'sarmy sur.ound-e- d ber what ha happened. Manila on the lend side, and his govern"In April. 1toS. we went 'o war with Spalr ment claimed orginlzed control over 1J purpose of liberating the provinces That goverjiment was estabfor the avowed pconle of. Cuba, wha tad Ions been sing- - lished at Malolos, aot far from Manila, and Edni for freedom and independence Our a very respectable goverrment it was. Acobject In that war wah clearly and cording' to Mr Rarrett, our late minister In picc'.almed by a solemn reso- Slam, himself an anient Imperialist, who lution of congress repudiating all Intencxecu-'Ivhad seen It. It had a tion of annexation on our part, and declardivided Into several departments, ably ing that the Cuban people 'are, and of conducted, and a po; ..lnr aserr.bly. a conrigM ousht to be, and independtnt gress, which would favrrabl) compare with 5'hls Mo'etnn declaration was made to do the par'larrnt of JTj..-.- n an Irilr.l'eiy betto the spirit of the American peo- ter government than the Insurrectionary Jut'.lf? ple whs were Indeed willing to wage a government of Cuba ever was war of liberation, but would not have con MrlClule; ns Dictator. al.so fccrted to a war of conquest It "T.hls is a grim story Two years ago the to propitiate the opinion of mankind for a possibility would have our act'on. President McKlrley a'so de- ne'letlon cf such a M been regarded as lous nightmare as j.1 annexaclared with equal solemnl.) of a illtion by force could not be thought of, be- the offspring Is a trt isfd a Imagination y ile plain recital It cause, according to our code of rr.orals. It Hut of facts taken from the ofT.rUl records. would be 'criminal aggression.' things have actually been done In These Purely a Wnr of I,llieratlnn. these Ia3t two years by and under the ad"Can it Justly be pretended that these ministration of William McKlnley. This declarations referred only to the Is'and Is our Philippine war as it stands. It is preof Cub.iT What would the American peo- tended that vr had a right to the possession ple, what would the world have said. If of the Phllipplres and that deconsresi had resolved that the Cuban peo- manded us to enforce that right. Wbat ple weie Rightfully entitled to freedom kind of right was It? The right of conand Independence, but that as to the people quest? Had we really acquired that counof other Spanish co'onles we recognized no try by armed conquest, which, ns Presisuch right, rtiid If riesldent McICInley had dent McKln'.ey has told un. Is. according to declared that the forcible annexation of the American code of morals. 'crlmlnslT our codo of Cuba would be criminal, .but. that the .But it morals we had then not conquered more A general than the bay and city of Manila. The rest would be a rJghUou'i'a'-torlca, otinTunt of protest frevi our on people. of the country wffs controlled, If by any, and of dors(on and contempt from the body, by the Filipinos. Or was It the right wholo world. vouM have been the answer of possession by treaty? I have already IS'o. there can be no cavil that war was shown that the president ordered the enproclaimed to all mankind to be a war of forcement of our sovereignty" over the lib ratloy, .ind not of conquest, and even archipelago long before the treaty had by now cur very Imperialists are still boast-I- n ratification gained legal effect, and also that the war was prompted by the most that. In making that treaty, wc had bought ur ilsh and purposes, and that something railed sovereignty which Spain thoae inult ui who do not believe It, had ceased to possesa and could therefore ' In too coun.. of that war Commodore not sc!' and deliver 13 --. by a bnl'iint feat of arms, "It la also pretended that, whatever our the Spanish tleet In the harbor right, the Filipinos were the original aggressors In the pending fight and that our of rt old not change the This ili.uacler of the war certainly not troops found themselves compelled to deIn Devey'H own opinion. Tlie Filipinos, fend their ling against assault. What are, constituting the strongest and foremost the facts? One evening early In February trftrc of the population of the archipelago, list some Filipino soldiers entered the had lonsr been lighting for freedom and American lines without, howew r, attackIn..' 'jrndence. Just as the Cubans had ing anybody. An American sentry fired, Tl,i gr-awain of the other Islander killing one of the Filipinos. Then a desulsr.pathlzel with them They fought for tory firing- began at the outposts. It spread th tame cause as the Cubams and they until It assumed the proportions of an exfougnt igiln&t t lie samo enemy tha same tensive engagement. In which a large numen ii.y .i:ilnt whom we were waging our ber of Filipinos were killed. It is a vv.i uf t.uin.tnliy and liberation. They had fact that this encasement tp im( title to freedom and Independence could not have been a premeditated affair which wo recognized 'of right' in the Cu- on tlie part of the riliplnos, as many of bans nay, more, for, as Admiral Dewey their officers, Including Agulnaldo's pritelegraphed to our government, 'they are vate iiccretary. were at the time In the the fa- - tfupurior In their intellig cr, and more aters and cafes of Manila. It Is further ca ablo of than tho na- well known that the next day Agulnaldo tives of Cuba.'. Tho admiral adds: I am sent an oiriccr. Gen. Torres, under a Has familiar with both races, and further In- of truce to Gen. Otis to declare that the tercourse with them has confirmed me In lighting had not been authorized by Agulnaldo, but had begun accidentally; that thl opinion ' "Indtd, the mendacious stories spread Agulnaldo wished to have It stopped, and by our Import iliiu, which represent those proposed, to that end, the establishment people as liaibarlami, thelndolngs as mere of a neutral zone between the two armies, 'uageij,'u end their chiefs tfs no better such as might be agreeable to Gen. Oll3, than 'cut-tlout,' have been refuted by whereupon Gen. Otis curtly answered that Luch a mass of authoritative testimony, the fighting, having once begun, must go on to the grim end. Who was it that really co:nlnn In part from men who are them-se.vimperialists, that their authors wanted the fight? should hide tl ?lr heads In ahume; for sure"But far more Important than all this Is ly. It not tho part of really brave men to the fact that President McKlnley's 'benevcalumniate their victims before sacrificing olent assimilation' order, which even bethen,. fore tho ratification of the treaty demanded that the Philippine Islanders should unItccuifnlsetl am Allies. "Now, whether there was or not any for- conditionally surrender to American sovmal compact of alliance signed and sealed, ereignty, in default whereof our military no candid man who has studied the official forces would compel them, was really the documents will deny that In point of fact president's declaration of war against the the Filipinos, having been desired and in- Filipinos Insisting upon Independence, howvited to do so, were, beforo the capture of ever you may quibble about It, When an Manila, acting, and were practically rec- armed man enters my house under some ognized, uk our allies, and that as such questionable pretext and tells me that I they did effective service, which wo ac- must yield to him unconditional control cepted and profited by. This is an Indis- of the premises or he will knock me down who is tho aggressor no matter who putable fact, proved by the record. It Is an equally Indisputable fact that dur-th- strikes the first blow? No case of aggrer-slo- n can be clearer, shuffle and prevaricate period the Klliplno government constantly and publicly, so that no- aa you will, Shot Dovrn "Willi out body could plead Ignorance of It "Lot us recapitulate. We go to war with or mhuudcrstand it, Informed the Spain In behalf of an oppressed colony of wor'd that their object wan the achievement of national independence, and that hers. We solemnly proclaim this to be a th-.- v believed the Americans had come In war not of conquest God forbid'. but of good faith to help them accomplish that liberation nnd humanity. We Invade the lud, as In the case of Cuba. It was weeks Spanish colony of the Philippines, destroy after varioua proclamations and other pub the Spanish fleet and Invite the cooperation lic utterances of Agulnaldo to that effect of the Filipino Insurgents against Spain. that the correspondence between him and Wo accept their effective aid as allies, all the while 3en. Anderson, which I have quoted, took In case permitting them to believe that of victory they will be free and Inplace, and that the useful services of the Filipinos iih our allies were accepted. It dependent, liy active lighting they get con-trof a large part of the Interior country, to, further, an Indisputable fae that dur-,n- g this peilod our government did not in- rrom wnicn epnin is virtually ousted. When wo havo captured Manila and have .k' form the Klllplnoa that their fond , &f as to our recognition of their no further use for our Filipino allies cur president directs that, behind their hacks, Independence were mistaken. Our secretary of slute did. Indeed, on June 10 write a treaty be made with Spain transferring their country to un, and even before to Mr Pratl. our consul general at Singa pore, that our government knew the Phil that treaty la ratified he tells them that, In ippine Insurgents not Indeed as patriots place of the Spaniards, they must accept us uiiiL'irllmr for liberty nnd who. like the as their masters, and that if they do not compelled antl ot rlent m? ' i"uban' art''but merely, us0UKnt l0 ,,c' ,n" they will be and wo shootby force of arms. tcm down, and, impendent,' 'discontented They refuse ., i .. Un r aa President McKlnley said at Pittsburgh, r i. .mi...... ....i.n.i rcuvUlUJf puujtbii u, uiaui, Htiu, MAt r"J occupied their country In consequence. wo shall continue to nhoot them down ft would have to yield us due 'without useless parley.' if the "I have recited theso things In studiously !'tdlcnce.' And Other officers of our langu ie, were instructed not to mJ( un.v sober and dry matter-of-fa2( without oratorical ornament or appeal. 1 romUeu In tht F'illrilnos us to the future ut "e ''l(llto- themselves were r.ot o ask you now what epithet can you tlnd i IX iflVM" formed. They were left .o bellove thai, Justly to character! te such a course? Hap-fill-- you need not search for one,' for !'? .hi!.. n..l.u...- - In rnntiprfiilmi with ti" they wire il.I.is Iwi i..eu. Ale. ..in l..nc4 l.- -J iU......u .!;. nidc-de-cats Chi-cappro-viii- .nlltra Ordered lo I'nll Hack. "s cons-scien- o, e, - self-respe- we'hifd-lhrown'nstde best, when, In n virtuous moment, he nald tnat annexation iy lorce pnoum ui thought of. for, according to the American rode of morals, it wouiu ue crimui'i Yes, 'criminal' is the word. Have Mu ever heard of nnj aggression more clearly criminal than this? And In this case there is an element of peculiarly repulsive meanness and treachery I pity the Ameilctn who can behold this spec tacle without the profoundest shame, conIs It n wonder, I trition, and resentment repeat, that the American people, In whose name this has been done, should be troubled In their conscience? "To Justify, or rather to excuse, such things nothing hut n plen of the ixtremest necessity will avail Did such a necessity exist? In a Hort of helpless way the defenders of this po'ley ask: 'What else could the presldMit have done under the circumstances?' This question Is simply childish. If he thought he could not order Commodore Dewey away from Manila after the execution of the order to destroy the Span-- I ih tleet he could have told the people of the Philippine Islands that this was, on our part, a war, not of conquest, but of liberation and humanity: that we sympathised w Ith their desire for freedom and Independence nnd that we would treat them as we had specifically promised to treat tho Cuban people In furthering the establishment of an Independent government. And this task would have been much easier than In the ense of Cuba, ilnce, according to Admiral Dewey's repeatedly emphatic testimony, the Fliplnoa were much better fund for such a government Our ingenious portmuster general has told us that the president could not have done that, because he had no warrant for It, since he did not know whether the American people would wl'h to keep the Philippine Islands. Hut what warrant, then, had the president for putting, by his 'benevolent assimilation order." before the Filipinos tho alternative of submission to our sovereignty or war? e'linlleiiKfri Proof of !ihiik'I). "I am far from meaning to picture the Ph'llpplne Menders as paragons of vlitue Hut I challenge the and gentle Imperialists to show me any Instances ot bloody disturbance or other savagery among themse ves suftlclent to create any necessity of our armed Interference to 'restore order' or to 'save them from anachy." I ask and demand an answer Is It not true that, even If there has been such a disorderly tfidency. It would have required a lonu h as ins ny human time for 1: to kill beings as we have killed and to cause as much devastation ns we have caused b our assaults upon them? Is It not true thnt. Instead of being obliged to 'restore order,' we have carried riot and death and desolation Into peaceful communities whose only offense was not that they did r.ot maintain order nnd safety within themselves, but that they refused to accept us as their rulers? And here Is the rub. "In the vocabulary of our Imperialists 'order' means, above all, ubmlsslon to their wi.l. Any otlirr kl"d of order, be It ever 50 pracrlJl ami safe, must be with a blood hard. This 'order' is tht kind that has Wen demanded by the de.'pDt the world had a history Its larcuage has already lucerne dangerously :o us a famil.arlty which cannot lan.iilar tco roon "Frorc a. thes points ot view, therefore, the Phlilpp. war was as unnecessary as It A wanton, wicked and abomiIs unjust nable war so It Is called by untold thousands cf American citizens, and so It Is at heart felt to be. I have no !oubt, by an rrajorlty of the American people Aye, as such It Is cursl by many of our ve.y soMlerr whom our government orders to shoot down Innocent people And who will deny that this war would certatriy have been avoided hud the president remained true to the national pledge that the war against Spain srould be a war of liberation and humanlt), and nol of conquest? Ard what have we now? After eight month' slaughter and devastation, squandered treasure and shame, an Indefinite prospect of more and mof4jiUuslitr "iuniidcreil treasure and devastation. 'shame;. I one-tentone-tenth sup-pr"-.- -d lm-me- cause wo are In It.' We cannot expect all our f Uup presidents to be models of public virtue and wisdom ns George Washington was. Imagine now In the presidential office a man well meaning, but maybe, ahort-lhte- d and pliable nnd under the Influence of 'friends' who are greedy aivd reckless speculators, nnd who would not acruple to push hlin Into warllko compllca tlanr In order to get great opportunities for profit, or a man of that Inordinate nmbl- ion which MtoxicatcH me ininu ami oc-fthe conscience: or a man of extreme Pirtlaan spirit, who honestly believes the Mctory of his party to be necessary for the fcilvatloti of the universe, and may think that a foreign broil would nerve the chances of his part , or a man of an uncontrollable which combatlvrness of temperament tnts'h.t run nway with his sense of responsibility and that, we shall have such men In the presidential chair Is by no means unlikely with our loese way of selecting candidates for the presidency. Imagine, then, a future president belonging to either of these classes to have before him the precedent ot Mr McKlnley's management of tho Philippine business, sanctioned by the approval or only the ncqul 'cence of tho people, and to feel lilmseh permitted nay, even encouraged to say to himself thit, as this prec dent shows, he may plunge the country into warlike conflicts of his own motion, without asking leave of congress, with or.l some legal technicalities to cover his usurp ulon, or, even without such, nnd that he iriy, by a machinery of deception called a w r censorship, keep the people In the dirk about what Is going on, and that Into honiver bad n mess he may have got the country he may count upon tho people, as soon as a drop of blood has been shed, to uphold tho usurpation and to cry down, even body who opposes It as n 'traitor, and a this because 'we are In It" Can jou conciive a more baneful precedent. 11 more pro tic source ot danc r to the pence and aceun y of the countr t Can any sano man den that It will' be alt the moro prolific of . vil If In this way we drift Into u foreign o.lcy full of temptation for dat gerous adventure? 1 CEMSUS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS. 1 11 QUALITY AND WEW& llrmeil for llir Mtuntloii. "I say. therefore, that If we I.are the future Of U e republic nt heart we must not only not uphold the administration In Its u. cour e. b ciu.se 'we ore in It but Just we are In It, having been got Into it In su"h a way. the American people should stamp th- administration's proceeding with 1 tr ilct of disapproval mi clear and emphatic, ., id 'get out of If In such a fash-Io- n that 'h s will be a solemn warning to future pr. sidents Instead of a seductive What, then, to arcompiUh precedent this end is to be done? Ot course we. as wt are here, ean only advise Hut by calling f irtli Mre.ions ot the iopt.lar w ill by vartow ir at of public demonstration. andr (f n t be. at the polls, we ean make that advk o strong that thor In power W havt often disregard It will hard been taunt'd with having no pe-- ' Ive policy tc propose. Hut sueh n polle has more y than once tueti propoatd, a: 4 I it. "in the first place, let It be well those ar egregloualy mistaken who think that If by u strong military effort the Phi ipplne war beatofP'd. everyright and ro qu ntloe about It. thing wii be-cacur-or.lre-l- at under-sijod-that -- ? Ma-ii.- her-nlde- t es 1 at Irlr'." ism Is represented not by the extremists who want to subjugate the Phll.pplre islanders at any cost and then exploit ire is'anda to the best advantage of the conqueror, but by the more humane perso-- s who say that we must establish our sovereignty over them to make them happy, to prepare them for and even recognize their right to complete us soon as they show themLet me ask these selves lit for It cltlzers a simple question If jou think that the American people may ultimately cor. J nt to the Independence of those Islanders, as a matter of right nnd good policy, why do you insist upon killing ihem now? You answer: they our eoverelvtnty.' Wb refuse to do they to refUK? Htcause ihey thlrk themselves entitled to Independence and are willing to fight and die for It Hut If you Inuls: uion continuing to shoot them down for this reason does r.ot thut menn that you want to kill them for demanding the identical thing which you ourse!f think that jou may ultimately find It Just and proper to grant them? Would not every drop of blood shed In such a guilty sport cry to Heaven? To kill men In a Just war and in obedience to imperative necessity la one thing To kill men for drmand-In- g what you jourself may ultltnatelv have to approve Is another How can such killing adopted as .1 policy be countenanced by a man of conscience and humane feelings? And yet such killing, without useless parley, is the policy proposed to us. "Wo are told that we must trust President .McKlnley nnd his advisers to bring us out Mil right ' I should be glad to be able to do 10, but I cannot forget that they have got us in all wrong. And here we have to consider n point of Immense Importance, which I solemnly urge upon tho attention of the American people. It Is one of the fundamental principles of our system of democratic government that only the congress has tho power to declare war. What does thla signify? That a declaration of war, the Initiation of sn armed conflict between this nation and some other power the most solemn nnd responsible act a nation can perform, Involving as It does the lives and fortunes of an uncounted number of human beings shall not be at the discretion of the executive branch of the government, but shall depend upon the authority of the legislative representatives of the people In other words, that, as much ns the machinery of government may make such a thlrg possible, the deliberate will of the people constitutionally expressed shall determine the awful question of peace or war. wel'-rneanl(1 'He-caus- Wnnton Ivllllnir llmunnrf "What Is the ultimate purpose of To be perfectly fair, I will assume that the true spirit of American imperial! y? n l ol i',.T "' nt m '.MI fmLv.JH infinitiiau fjic, "Those are, therefore, by no means wror.jr who call this the 'president's war And a war so brought about and so conducted the American people are nsked to approve and encourage simply hecauso 'we are In It that Is, because this president of his own motion has got us into It. Have you considered what Hit means? Kvery man of public experience known how powerful nnd Mductlve precedent Is as an argument In tho Interpretation cf laws and of constitutional practices, When a thing, no matter how questionable, has once been done by the government and approved, or even In, by the peop'e, that act will surely be used as a Justification of Its being done again. In nothing Is tho authority of precedent more dangerous than In defending usurpations of governmental power "I am not hero as a partisan, but as an American citizen anxious for the future of the republic. And I cannot too earnestly the American people, If they v. ,te the fundamental principles of their government and their own security nnd that of their children, for a moment to throw ntlde all partisan bias and soberly to connldtr what kind of a precedent they would set If they consented to, and by irp'cvid, (he president's manage-ilcu- i ui the 1 n.iipitii balnea n cmljr 'bi- con-Hntl- IlrmiKlit on lir the President. not be ac . ased, and the question will be ns big ano virulent as ever unless the c.oe Of the war b promptly followed by an assurance to the islanders of their freedom and lndp ndence. which annurar.ee, it given jw would surely enJ the war without more fgtulrg We propose, therefc re, that II U givin now Let thtre U at once an arnusti e between our forces and tho Fillpho' Lei the Philippine Islanders ut the time t'me be told that the Aitxrlcan peopU w II - glad to see. them establish an Independent government, and to aid them In thit task as far as may be the ultfetent tribes composing tha on of tho Philippines are disposed. "".SSSSSSM1 t most of ihem, If not all. are likeojiltach themselves In some way Anmenl ulrendy existing under Agulnaldo, Pfeil joteiicy of vine auiuuunwevi shall y accept m ina qu IJJJJjr and even. If required, lend our eoo'f Kleea to bring It about, an I that m annhlle we shall deem It our duty to p ot t them against interference from o her for ign powers In other words, that with eganl to them ire men honestly to ive 1 to the righteous principle a with tho prof loa of which we commended to the wor d our Spanish war. "A n then, let us have In the Philippines, to cairy out thin programme, nol a small poll an or a meddlesome martinet, but a stat' .man of large mind and genuine sjni-patwho will not merely deal In sanctl-m- o in cant and oily prorr.Ues with a strrw 10 them, but who will prove by his acts n it he ami we are honest, who will k'. i mind that their government Is not m r o suit us. but to suit them, that It huu i ot be measured by standards which r we Ives have not been able to reach, but ii. .1 government of tholr own, adapted 10 h. r own conditions and notions wh itur It he n true republic, like ours, or bt- r ura dictatorship like that of Porflrlo !. iz in Mexico, or an oligarchy like theono tr !, - d by us In Hawaii, or even some-th- ii k ik tha boss rulo weart tolerating In .New oii and l'enr.sylvanla. Let Tli c 111 M'nlU Alone. "Thoie who talk so much about 'fitting a pi ile often forget tnat no pt pic were ever made 'lit' forself-govini' t by being kept In the lending You learn strlrsbyof a foreign power. crawling to (iuing your own and walk Is learned stumbling. upon one's own onl) by ex raising It Of course, there will be mistakes and troubles and disorders, We have had and now have these, too at the beginning our persecution of the torlcs, our flounderlngs beforo tho constitution was formed, our Shay's rebellion, our whisky war and various failures and disturbance among them a civil war that cost us it loss of life and treasure horrible to think of, and the murder of two presidents. Hut who will siy that on account ot these things some foreign power should have kept the American people In leading strings to teach them to govern themselves? If the Philippine Islanders do as well as tho Mexicans? who have worked their way. since we left them alone after our war of 1847, through many disorders, lo an orderly government, who will have a right to find fault with the result? You may take It as a general rule that ho who wants to reign over others la solemnly convinced that they ure quite unable to govern themselves. "Now, what objection Is there to the policy dictated by our fundamental principles and our good faith? I hear tho angry cry: 'What? Surrender to Agulnaldo? "Will not the world ridicule and despise us for euch a confession of our Incompetency to deal with bo feeble a foe? What will become of our pre.itlge?' No, wo shall not surrender to Agulnaldo. In giving up a criminal aggression wc shall surrender only to our own nense of right nnd Justice, to our own understanding of our own true interests and to the vital principles of our own republic. Nobody v.ill Inugh at us whose cood opinion we have reaoon to cherish There will, of counio, bo n outcry of Hut from disappointment In Ungland. whom will It come? From such men no James Hryce or John Morley, or uny ono of thoae true friends cf this republic who understand and admire and wish to perpetu-nt- o and sprend the fundamental principles of Hi vitality? No, not from them. Hut tho outcry will como from those In Knglnml who long to seo ii entangled In complications apt to roake the American republic dependent upan Hrltlsh aid and thua subservient tc Ilrltlsh Interests. "Tho true friend of this republic In Kng-lan- d and, Indeed, all over the world, who are now grluving to seo us go as'.riy, vviii rejoice, anil Ihelr heartfl will be uplifted with new confidence In our honesty, In our wisdom nno In the vlrtua of democratic Institutions Khen thf.v behold the American people thrctylwr aside all the puerilities of false pride to Ur Wtfc of Uitti trui duty." 11 t- No. I Ani.-rlca- troub'i-o- f cjrscl rir will Host Correct (ilittlallci of Farm and Vmnc nml nsrrllrtir Are Dftermla K Knctora lit Xiiecrssful l)rretop Factory llnlr) 1'rnducU Mies' utcftt One of (he liuitortnal Funclie SctMirctl. a Newspapers. tions of Washington, Oct. 10. The Inw re Iu presenting interesting phases of qulrt'H thu KtutlKtlen ft.' the twelfth clentlllu nnd economic problems, census of dairy products (furm uutl newspapers fieqtiently give In. formation of ns great value In their adfactory) to bo taken on separate The Division of Agriculture will vertising columns us In those devoted take the uiuountB ot milk and ciciini to the publication of thu principal prodticcel and Hold, nnd tin amount ol events of the tiny, nnd when tlie fume of money recch cd frim UicirMilcr.; n product is rxtemiet licyunel its natural quantity and value of all the' butter nnd limits into foreign lands, nnd n large cheese made on the farm. Ou the nuititi-fac- t created throughout Great llritnln tires schedule will bo taken the quan- nnd her Colonics nnd the principal seatity of butter nnd cheese innile in fac- ports and cltli'H of Europe, Asia nnd Aftories, cooperative and otherwise, to- rica, It becomes a plciiMiut duty to note gether with the quantity end coat of the fact and to tell of the points of exruvv innteil.ils (milk nnd crenm), cost of cellence on which so great success l l.ibor, capllnl invested, character and based. We refer to the now world Milue of plant nnd machinery, etc., ch famed laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs After the two foims of schedule' ahnll the product of the California Fig Syrup have been tcturned to the column of- Company. The merits of this well fice In Washington, the like statistics of known excellent lnatlve were first dairy products 011 euch will be eonsoll made known to the world through the of elated, nnd thus show, vvhnt never here- inrdlcal Journals and newspaper tofore bus been shown, the total yield the Cultcd State's; and Is one of the disof milk In the United Slates and the tinct achievements ot the preNs. It is amounts nnd values of Its several prod- now well known that Syrup of Figs Is ucts. Thla assertion Is bused nu tin mi ethical proprietary remedy, apthat the farmers hliull fur- proved by the most eminent physicians nish to the enumerators, fullv nnd ac- everywhere, because It Is simple and efcurately, the Information which the fective, yet pleasant to the taste uud acbchcelulcH may call for. ceptable to the- system, nnd not only In some sections the ret ords of cheese prompt In ll beneficial effects, but nlso factory nnd creamery operation for wholly free from any unpleasant It Is frequently referred tons the current year ure deatrojetl, agreeably to previous vote of dlrcetora or the remedy of the healthy, beenusc It Is patrons. For lhOO lliey should vole, In used by people who enjoy good health Mend, to linve prepared and preserved, and who live well nnd feel well and nre for the user of the eeneiis enumerator, well informed on all subjects generally, rlu will appear ou .Inn's 1, 1'JUO, the Including laxative. In order to get its statistic, which the law fc.iys xhnll be briictlcini elTcets, it Is nccesiiry to get gathered. In tunny cases failure to the genuine Syrup of Figs, which Is do this will prevent the enumerator, manufactured by the California Fig from meurlngnny returns, bce'iunn'iievv Bjrup Co. only. mnnngcri,. or new nofretnricH, or new Miort of Consclrnrr. lKKirdK of control tuny be in vhnrgeon i merely Dr. says that June 1, 1U0U, who will know- nothing of gorilla )irUiurteoincieiir nun there is any If with a the factory statistic.) of ISC! nnd the sctuhtstico of truth in his theory, then titer figures for lS'J9urc the ones the law says are a lot of men who are Juil plain gorillas. Topcka Capital. Khali be taken. Farmers who keep no reeordof their IVnnlllra of rntlirrlmud, transactions will llnd themselves In the OccaionslIy )ou si HI meet in this dreary tuttue dilemma, ou the arrival of the cen- world the father of a faiiuty of girls who sus enumerator, iu it factory which de- wrars a new overcoat, but oti will never mine up stroys it records. Therefore, thief to have hiwith "tir'i a father who can stlerii teeth ft'!cd trlu.on CloW. Powers lb appealing to alt Statistician of them to prc'xiro in writing, while the WOMAN neceksnry fnets ure fieah In mind, such A MAGNIFICENT a statement of milk, oreuui, butter nnd chrctc products as will enable them to Holds Up Pcruna as the Ideal Remreply promptly nnd ne'cunitely to tlie edy Por Female Catarrh. inquiries which the law wy the rme iiicmtors mutt take. If they vhall fall to do this, I he ntntlstic of Ulrv prod net In their county will be Incomplete, nnd will compare unfavorably with thocc of countie wherein the returns ore more uccuntte, lUnli-Clnihigh-class U belied-uIch- ulj-otfi- e de-inn- 11 - nfter-elTcot- s. 11 - HISS AND SPIT AT FOES. Cnta of All .sprclr tbat 1. in 1 1 Intuit! rl ) Hrpel Their Kiirmlrs It) llMlr of IVroelt). 11 h) - fr er Ilit; joungctit kitten Instinctively recognizes nu enemy unit makes n vhowliig of dellnnee nt Its npprouch. This blurt ut intimidation if geuerul tiineng the .pedes. It Is n curious and fact that many different klnila of creatures which have their homes In shallg ow- holes have hlmllnr habit of when mi enemj tipproaehea. Furthermore, ll i p ml wide Unit the of n cut nt !n.v Is tart of the nine instinctive stratagem. We know how general Is the horror of the serpent tribe throughout nil nature, and hence It seems likely that the eerpciit-lfk- e of the head of an enraged cut, together with IU thretili'iilng hixH, mlgl.t dUeoneert mi enemy MilHuleiitlj to give un iidwiutngc to threat. Curlomdy enough, eutu of nil hpet'lrn have their tails marked trnnsversely the mm king Inn wnv which of serpents, nnd nevernl nnttiralUts have remarked how similar are the miiiumi. wnviiiL' muveineiilM of the tail of angry cut to the movements of the tnll of a snake iu atnte or excitement. I he true tnbbv cat. when It is curled un h:iH n curious lesembhince to colled serpent, nnd the came N true of innny wild cat a of different varieties nnd coming from different pnrta of the world. If this really la tin instnnce of protective mimlcrv it Is nnsslble that the chief foe guarded ngnliiKt twin the engle. 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Write at once. Soar of NniTlinir Nnys, The hnlf of the world that Uvea on the other la the half that dors most of the kicking. Krror, though cr'ishcd to enrth, will often get up nnd obtain n front heat la the bund wngon. All home men can do is to hoodoo, All nuture Is given over to poetry, even the hen hnvlng her lays.' Flowery speakers do not ulwiiya get the bouquets. Oih might ns well get left iih to be gnthcrrrt up nt. n frngment. A roving blnde Isn't apt to nut n wldo .wutli anywhere but In bis own flnnnces. rsslVyv 1 WW Sound business is evidenced by tha sound ol' uwh. Chlcugo Democrat. According lo reliable newspaper dispatches from tlie continent Mate Hint the telephone department of Franco has received JUU.OOO for the dispatches vvhh'h were sent out during tlie Dreyfustrlnl nt llennes. lletvvcen 8,000,-00- 0 and 0,000,000 words were sent out. have more telephones proportion to the population than uny oilier locality iu the world. 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In Una county wo hud MIIch mill Deliver- - Ten n prcat majority In lSUJ. and yet wltl nil tho majority in thin district and al' SlU't'CiIOH. - Fooilnill IMnrera Scaled the College's f IIoiiiii. hiiinrlt (luebot fur (lufrrniir, subonll- imllii; NutlniMl Isiurs l nf Dip I'nrty In the wr.Utli llli dilre. lliirilttell. tlii t iMiiiiimi at ol illtjr Mr. llryntt'a first speech vnn nt Hard-we- ll to n ennui of over ft, 000 who litttl piitlicrcri front Unllurd, Carlisle, Hick-min- i, l'u. ton, (irnves and McCrackcn IIu spolui as follow 5 iouiitlo "l.Alllt.M AM) (ilTI.KMKX: Whether tho next l'n'slilctit of thu United Suite In n, Democrat depends somewhat on whntyoti do in Kctruclcy tills car. Throe yours nj;o Kentucky did tint help tx-tcn- U the Democratic putty to any jjreat 1 believe that the people voted better than tho counter counted. Applause. J That In, I am not sti o that we did not carry tho tttato, but I am ( in to sure wo did not (jot It. A year afterward we carried the state by IV 00 ' plurality, and then lTeiitiieWlims In other partit of the country lifted up thrlr hciid nj;alii and ndtntlted that Ihry were born In ICciitticky. , Tin htato Jh a Democratic slate. We hare a nirht toVxjwct that thin stuto will be Democratic. In 1U00, but if this state sjoo Kepulilli an thU fall It will make It more dltllcull to carry It next year, and a defeat tills full will en courage the Itepubllcau throughout the country and discourage the Democrats. "I a in told that down In thU state tome of tho Democrat hare an Idea that they can divide the Democratic party In two anil thru whip the with either half. Vou can't do It. You can do a great deal in Holl the majority In this county, we wore not nble to securu the elector il vote of this state. Shall v be able, to do better If wo allow our forces to divide and llj;lit tttftilnst each other while the enemy presents a compact army. Tho republican never fight among to amount to anything. I want you to realize that in this fight this fall you not only have It in yotirpowct to announce to the United Mates that Kentucky Is Democratic, mid will be Democratic In ID00, but you have It in your power to e.eut a Senator in this stoto at tills election who will stnnd there In the United States Senate for six years as a champion of tho Miiassrs, not onlv of Kentucky but of the entire United States. We in Nebraska feel an interest in your choice for Senator, because that Senator voteson our interests as well as upon yoursraud If any of you think that otic Senator docs not count I want you to know that questions are sometimes io oloc in the Senate that one Senator may decide the fate of n. react. them-helve- s wealth-producing wsrfiAV? t'lff '. 7YJ -a. AZf T J7 M 9'i'im .' r Jt wjraro J Sfi "'".A,'S. .. I' MMtJUl ' 1 rwsPfKS-jQXDfJ- lVrAiCAV).ss i Z33fi; Kidneys, Liver and Bowels ystem Cleanses el Acts gently on the the EFFECTUALLY ' cratic President In the Incentive Chair, ho can not secure a single reform until that reform passes the House of Ilo rescnta Ives, and the Senate also; and shall we in this stato permit the loss of a United States senator, so that after a campaign as we have in 11' 00, we shall throw away tho fruits of victory because we divided among ourselves in a Democratic state like Kentucky? "When the question of a large army comes before the Senate, and the Senate decides between an army like wo have had and an army that approaches the military establishments of the Old World, I want Jo lllnckburn there to Union. 'If we win in 1000 mid place a Demo- a f'raiye garret." 't r itnly you'd not changp. Xo one thc4ig d of Mich n thing. Oo had; and finish with ihr boys you started in with." "hntl'ir, you don't understand. That r.n won't last three months. Tour of the lift football placrs have sent word that thev unit drop out It is all tip, and I want a job" Detroit Ftec 1'rcsa. nesvnre T'us protntiing joung Dctroltcr, six feet in tne clear and turn us a i.icuig p,ir, went into Jin fjthet's ollicc the utlicr dav nnd B?v linn a shock. "What is there for me ulwut the establishment to do?" ho began, vjt ut prologue. t I find a plate for you. tiy boy, when , the lime tomes. ;;i:ut now? What is there now?" s" lirie, my ton. if tmi're been getting into touble. and need motiev. f.iv so. Don't apir .,cli me in thu roumlabout way. I'm no ;tiDg chitken, and I've been over the cour. Out with it." I owe a dollar and there's nothing 'rom 'ou c,in CL' lnat ll'ero l no more college forme, and I'm not gome to f tay around home ns a deadhead." Nj more college? Some one must have mltlcil jou. The business was never more protijerjiis, and I have plenty. Of course you II go hack nr.d complete your eoiirc. 1 II sin Hie allowance if you think het." No. I've cnnclllilpil In rut it nil .iinl an to wo-- k I'm not so fickle as to take up with nn hut alma mater. Heinle, tne oilier w .eld nil be new. I woulcj have no class mrtuories, nnd I'd simply be a catiin i -lei-lo- TALKS WITH WOMEN that irritability indicates dlstase.' who are nervous mtl snappish are tb Their homes arc uncomfortable their dis- -' positions grow constantly worse. Such women need tho conn- sel nnd treatment of a wpman who understands the peculiar troubles of her sex. Mks. Anna E. Hall, of Conn., was all run down in health and had completely lost control of her nerves. Sho wroto to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Now she writes : "I wish to thank you for what your ycgctable Compoup,! has done for me. It has helped m morn than anything else. I suffered for a long time with nervousness, pains in back and limbs and falling of the womb; also hud neuralgia in my head and could not sleep. I told my Husband that someg thing must be done, for I was nearly frantic with pair.. Having read of si n&te&Sy . MRS-- PINKHAM says be-pitie- Mill-dal- e, , i 's exotpepo.oQpoo'QOp-oa'yo."OOpoooQ20iso&9i- if wonderful cures LydM E, Pinkham's Vcg- ctable Compound ha performed, I determined 8 O ... . t T 4 iu n v ii. x nuvu i.iKuii a, 'Wvn-Jiiro'it and am happy to say I am cured. I recommend it to all my friends and never tire of telling the benefit I 1 1 the fRrrit'7u:iMm25SiiibiX xwAyy isaMMjBiviiiiiil i rmMi:irmLwnts I 'jul' v IPS a3 ''sfest x "-'- mS?ia v&i.-i's'iiv V Wm overcomes )ir& .rfiJ. DVT TMC OMWIMt - MAM'f sot o By (AUI?RNIApG,SYRVP(S fca utTupnu4JTi rxu meant. SHE STOOD HIGH. Her IfMinr as mercury will Mirely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when eritprini; it throuzh the mucous urfacei. Such articles should never be used from reputable except on precription physicians, as the damage they will do is often ten fold to the good you ran possibly derive from them. Hall's Catnrrh Cure, tnanufsctured by 1 J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercurj'. anil is taken internally, acting directlv upon the blood and miirom Mirfaccs of he system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, nnd made in li Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Teiti-monta- of Ointments for Cntnrrli Tlmt Conlnln Sleretirj, Had Appenred In the ciety Column unit She So- free. Sold bv Druggists, price 75c per Hall's Tamlly Pills are the best. bottl. have derived fromtsuse. I have you aloqe to thank for my recovery." Mrs. Ellen Flana- . 5fssR-r.V iSm MUUIIIU1II Cl OOOl "JsaaaiFa w..., . Ifm.nlnin Ul. O Philadelphia, Pa., writes: Deah. Mr; Pinkham 8 Three years ago I was a, sufferer from chronic dyspepsia, was irritable crow . . vst" i1 R&H ji.jo f and cross, and can sav o -y that after takirj; soven g . . ,. . w Dotuesoi L,yciax. rinKhain't. Vegetable Compound was entirely cured. I take grea't pleasure in writing this to you and would be pleased to be interviewed by any one who is afflicted with that distressing complaint. I am very grateful to you." i- ..., AYTIT UVC 3C lucky, but you cannot divide and defeat the Kepublleati. Do you realize the importance of tho Issues that arc at stake? Do you realize that upon a triumph of 1100 grcal qucstioi.s depend? Do you realize what tho llrpub-llctipartv has been doing In this country? Do you reallo how it has been placing tho dollar above the man? And In all of Its policies has been enthroning wealth and debasing mankind? Vou have seen It on questions of taxutlon laying tho burdens of government upon the backs of the struggling Mor, while the rich and corporate wealth havo escaped their just share of taxation. 'You lime found thorn on tho money question transferring to financiers living uncr another Hag the rightto determine our financial policy. You havo seen them disregarding the interest of wealth producers and turning tho instrumentalities of govesnment over to a few, that they may enrich themselves at tho expenso of the many, and since tho Spanish war you have seen them embarking upon two policies. You have seen a Republican president asking for a standing armv of 1U0.0OO men. Wo onlv had S.000 In lbWl, and that was enough. I know it was enough, because the Republican party In Its platform did not ask for any more; and yet a Republican president, in December, loOsf, asked congress for authority to tuakc the army, not temporarily, but permanently, "u hundred thousand strong, and tho Republican house of representatives, prompt to do his authorized this great Increase, mid but tor tho Democrats, tho and Silver Republicans In tho senhavo a standing ate wo would of 100.000. nriny "This Increase was asked, not to pnt down the l'hllippinc war. It was asked two monlhn before there was u Philippine war. If tho Republican party remains in power the army will be raised. If an Imperial policy Is Indorsed by the people and followed by tho government we will have an army of 100,000, nttil when you voto this fall you aro to condemn or to commend thu policy of I'rcsldetit on these great questions. And when thews great questions arc at stake, shall people stop to quarrel among themselves as to cho would havo been tho best man to havo for any particular ofllce? Why, to my inlnil, bringing a great contest like, this dowu to tho low level of ft scrnmblu over ;rsonalltles and persons is degrading tho Issues for which we contend, What difference docs It make whether my Democrat or your Democrat or somebody else's Democrat is nominated:' Js not any Democrat who j.Uud for the Chicago platform it bid-ding, J. BRVAisr. vote no against a large army. When the question comes up whether this shall be u republic or an empire, whether this nation shall build securely upon tho Declaration of Independence or build upon the shifting sands of force it nd conquest. I want Jo lllnckbiirii thereto thunder out in favor of the Declaration of Independence and a government that derives Its just powers from the consent of tho governed. "This is the first time when a president of tho United States has openly abandoned the Declaration of Independence and looked to force or to purchase us a foundation for title. They tcll us wc have a good title to the Philippines by buying It from Spain. Ah, my friend, you can't buy a title of You can't buy It 8.000,000 Filipino. from a discredited monarch after wc ourselves nrmed the Filipinos to tight against that monarch. And yet those great questions and all tho other questions that I havo mentioned arc now pressing upon the people for solution; and while these questions that affect tho very foundation of our government, questions that atTect tho welfare of tho people, questions that alTect the financial policy of 70,000.000 of freemen while these questions arc pressing upon us for solution there arc some Democrats who think that this iu the right time to divide. I ntn not hero to cuter Into a discussion of that convention. My friends, I do not believe anything In that convention was so bad as to deserve tho remedy that they want Jib apply, namely, the election of tho Republican ticket and u Applause. Republican senator. "And when men tell me what they think has been done, the question I ask of them is, what is your remedy? Democrats, aro you dissatisfied with what has been done? I ask you what is your remedy? Is It to elect a Republican stftto ticket? Is it to elect a Republican senator? I do not believe you will apply that remedy when you rcnllzj how much that would mean against our cause and our principles. Cries of "No. no." "I want to soo tho floobol tioket elected In this s,tato from top to botApplause. I want to see every tom. man on the (Joebcl tfoket elected by Apan overwhelming majority. I want to see a Legislature plause. that will send Jo ltlnckburn to tho ApSenate on tho very first ballot. Then when you have joined plause. your slstor states in tho remedy of tho evils that aro now threatening tho verv existence of this (iovornmont, when you havo done this, you wilj have time to take up your local affair and administer such punishment to any Democrat as you thluk he way Applause tie-crv- c. The constantly increasing business of the Baltimore L Ohio railroad has necessitated family livinjf in a North side flat lately very material additions to the telegraph A welcomed a new liuiutniaid. The girl had service. During the past year nearly 2,000 come from Michigan and her appearmiles of copper wire, 100 pounds to the mile, ance was pnpoMciui;. Soon after her ad- have been strung. New lines have been vent it was discovered that the was incl.ntd laced in service between HaltlmoTe and ? 'itulmrg, Haltimorrarul I'arkersburg, Newto treat the family with a. patronizing air. 1 shall linve "Mary, you mutt do better, or ark. O., to Chicago, Philadelphia to Newark, to find some uue to take your place," the Philadelphia to Cumberland and Cumberremarked the other morning. land to Grafton. During the summer sevinoiri'M "1 don't a. low anyone to speak to inc that eral of these wires were quadniplexed beway," replied Mary, with a ton of her head. tween Baltimore and Cumberland and du"I'm just as good as juu are, ut.d 1 want plexed west. you to know it " Like all new Raltimore &. Ohio work, the .Man flounced out of the room nnd lines arc constructed in the best possible In two minute with tlic weekly pa- manner. lter from her toun. Among the social items Dewey Hml No Grievance. was the followitic: ".Mm Mary llanen has cone to Chicago "Where do you tuke command of the to rptnd the winter. Mi Haim'u is an ac- fleet?" a lady friend asked Dewey just knowledged belle in the lending citclcs of lie left for Manila. Sawdust Creek." ho replied. "At IIong-Kng,- " Mary waited until her employer had had After a silence tho lady said : time to read the "eronal, and then she "Aren't you aggrieved, in view of our possaid, with withering scum: sible with "As I have alwa been ucciutonuxl to go- dered trouble remote Spain, over being orto Asiatic station, which ing with the very in my town, and as I can hardlythe in be the picture in case of war?" don't believe you ever have jour name on '"it Ior luck!" replied Dewey. "More-pve- r the society pauc of the Sunday (latienr, I haven't entertained grievances for I ian't allonl to stay with you.' Ciiess The Xoith side woman declared the do- mri." then he added, evidently MJk as an after-wFl- t: Chicago Inter. mestic incident rioted. "Besides, you know, Spain owns Ocean. . IwiPhilipplncs." Indies' Home Journal. A Thrift) Oil in sr I. Non-'lVr- rl to rial Ksimnslou A plrit of thrift was shown by a voung Means paying rent for a poor farm. Now woman who entered a ear with sundrv'bfcxe and luiiidlri. Another yming pcrfoii came i the time to tecure a good farm on the hie of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul iu at the next station and recognised her. Ilnhvay in .Marinette County, Vi.conin, "Oh. my, who is to lie married?" Wiere the crop are of the best, work plcn "Nobody; and ifte kit of all." fine markets, excellent climate, pure "Then what are the (lowers for?" "A funeral; our teacher died, and we S(ft water, land sold cheap and on long tine. Why rent a farm when you can l.u EirU put together to get tliie wreath." "l'Kir thing; did she know she was going n e for less than you pay for rent? Address C V.. Hollins, Land Agent, 101 La SaJIe St., to die? "I don't think o;" then, .iftcra paue, she Cnicago, 111. mldcd. cheerfully: "but she docs by this !U Itcvrnixr. time,' nil being raid in the most unconscious way. As they bent solicitously over him the "low much was the wreath?" nun who had been kickid by a horse opened "Two dollars and sixty cents. I only had lu ejci. "Have yvu any last wish?" they two twenty-five.- " av.ed him. ...... il. i:rr t "lli.l 'Yes," he murmured. "Have an automoDear. no. 1 urn.".- him give it me for bile heare at the funeral," two .dollar, so I saved my own i" I Itevence. it seemed, was sironc even in tint 111. lillt I'll! rrnintr t.t linilrrtllinnirletliiMl. dMth.-- N. -Y. Press. v " " , Was Arrogant. Itnllroad enterprise. FOR 30 SAT8 YOU CAJT TZT XT IOJS 10 CKMT& READ WHAT A jut PROMINENT PHYSICIAN 35 YEAIS ! aitlvi Prattle Has be-fo- te bet II. w . I- I have never before In my 3S years of practice of medicine ien nir testiuioniat or recommei dstlon to any patent medicine, but there is a remedjr, the result of which has come under my oirra observation; tor there is no Discasa which has so baffled the medical skill of all sees ns Rhcamaa tltm ami to find a Reliable remedy f or the saatc At last re have found it In "5 Drops," man. factured by theSwansun Rheumatic Cure Company, Chlcafo, III. The "g DROPi,'' has proven itself wonderful for its curative power in Rheumatism, not as a Temporary Reliever only, but to Kite a rcrmancm wire even in enronic cases, sometime ago, i naa among others several Rheumatic cases under my treatment and prescribed for these patients the very best Remedies which 1 skillfully selected, but without desirable results. I then heard of "3 DROPS'' and of its Wonderful Cares, and prescribed it to a few patients who found relief from its use within a few days. After that I prescribed it to a (treat number and to my surprise, I will sav that in the course of Two or Three Weeks after they had used "5 DK0P3" and "5 Drop" Plasters they were Cured. Among these were a few who had, for a number of years, been suffering with Chronic Rheumatism, who had piloted tliemsetves around 011 Crutches. 'J'hey came to my office without Crutches nnd told me they were perfectly Well. They cive all the credit to "3 I)R0I"5" . : . auu iu a iiiuu I inui niiu linn . tiiii icaiiuiunr iu .ill: jnmnsuti ITkaiiE'Uark. Rheumatic Cure Company for their Vlndness and for the coiisaeiilious way in which they are placing these Wonderful Remedies among suffering humanity, which thy As I have seen the Curative Power of tol.l me to write to the Compauv as nit acknowledgement. "3 DROPS" and "5 Drop" Plasters, in a great many instances, I can Truly recommend them and nl.H.i that the firm Is erfectlr honest and reliable to deal with. C. A. JACKSON, I'hysician and Surgeon, Kenrnev, Neb., Aug 29, HW. swasson's linrm- 's tho mM poircrful specitlc known tr'ree fnmi orilates and Sf" lest, ltellet Isusunllj feltttm tlrnnlirlit It inltlToeurc for Illi'iinm-tUiHclullcn. .Veuealglii- - Uj Baefcaehr. Aitlimn, liny Fever. I'tituri-li- , Nlrr. Ieiieft. .NerToumeu. .Nervnnla nwl Neunilile Ileailuctie. Knruclu. Toathuclic. llcurt AVruWurH, Cniii, Sivelllns, tlrtppe, Mwlitrlu, C'r;rilnir umbnet, etc., longer to enable sufferers to itl?o - 5 1)11018" nt lent a trial, wc will Hmpln holllc.. ireilil by mull, I samplnlioula I 0 S larire tioitles I3il doses) SIU0.3 bottles for trjD. tnrl0enl. Alrui:i-lsu-, I send will euarlneo vou AI1.0. Bold bj us, aud ueents Asents wnnli-i- l In new trprltorr- - Vrltr u SW.V.VM1.V Itlir.U.MATlC CtlltK CO.. ISO ( 164 J.uko Street, CHICAGO, 1I.I-- . ft say who hat had tf Mtdiclati A w . nDADCH UflWrO irli. nS In n. TUIDTV HAVC isin t, JOHNMSiYTHCO. rs to ise' MAMMOTH MAILORDER, HOUSE. iLiv- rT, im 150 JWE5T MADISON S - CHICAGO 5,000 GUITARS AT This Guitar h nude of the finest imitation mahogany with either solid rosewood or walnut fingerboard, pearl Jnlaki position dots and German silver raked fretst it has fancy inlay around sound hole and best quality American patent heads; the top of Guitar fa beautifully bound with celluloid; it is strung with a full set of best quality steel springs and is ready to pUy upon. S2.65 .- -... - r ...ii; ii.iiij inii-iixiy- 'Well, that's right; the wear and tear Is A Xesv Stnnilnrd for Art. orth a quarter, surely." Detroit Free Mrs. Oldschool 1 can't sec anything l'rcss brjutiful in that Secession vase of yours. Why, my dear, there are .Mr. New-ricSome of the big j;uns of the prize ring are over 00 of the loveliest dollaw we cvtr had Chicago Daily News. ctly in it. Jewelers' Weekly. air-gun- " :i":.r"" THIS ELEGANT GUITAR FOR $2.65 No more, no loss, than 5,000 of them, probably tho largest contract in put tars over tnailo nu instrument tlmt positively cells from &.5J to 7.U. When this lot la exhausted wo 'cannot duplicate this offer. Quantity talks. Only by oror-ati- c on such a big scale, together with small prollt policy, could our Bach an ottering l possible Another reason for dispensing such a barpnln broadcast is tho conQdcnco wo feet that every guitar sold will win for us n per mancnt patron and a fricstl v.horo rccomscsdatlnn tto can count upon. Wc will forward tho guitar to any address C. Q. D., subject to examination, npon receipt of Wc. Wc, however, ndvisa tliat cash in fall x sent, aa that saves return cba rafts for money and wo stand rfiadv to mnnev if thn fraluir is not all and mora than wo claim lor It. Kcmembor our spo.ial price on 6,000 of well-know- n per-fertl- v ii THE MARKETS. CI NCI NX ATI. Oct. 21 M VKKTOCK Catllo, common t 3 Ul tb 4 UO 4 IS) , Seleel tiutehe s it 10 PA IIIKIS to IVK.Pairand sooJ llgat.. heavy Coarse Mixed tickers I.lKhl xlitppers ce US-Sp- ring 0 7ft 3 70 4 20 4 10 it 7I ft 4 ft SB 4 Ixittla of Guovr.'s Tastkli' ltis similyininnndquinlni'ii a tasteless form Nni'iw iiniy I'rice.Mk mil The llrnt 1'reix.Tl'illiin Cover is u for Chills 25 16 0 SO ;ili:Kl'-Chol- r.AM .'LOCK JltAlN rOKN-- HAY i mixed OiU No. i ye No 2 Nu No. 4 reil Wheat-- Na Winter natcn S 3 (A t 10 3 45 it. U ei ii a it J :t 3 fO 25 75 7i 70 B "Fine lot of guvs they are," said the al derinan, "to lie calling me dishonest. 1 never took a cent of pay from anyone that 1 didn't render value received." Indianapolis Journal. Just Wrath. e 3mlma3mvmiBi tucmcnlyis $2.65 I'HOVl'-IONS-Mrs- UUlTiZIt-Ctioi- co ChoU-- l'rlinn to choice s pork I.arJ (lutry , Ari'LKs fOTATOnsr-l'M- rSi PI.OUH-- W eieamcrr tancy Choice to inter paten ClIKAaO. II w 1 1 ft M fti: 25 ttVTl (1.5 10 lrt 25U Take nrottio Qulnlno Tublcts. All dnifccisu refund tntaiey If It falls to euro. 23c CornpariJons. "What is the sensation of joitig up in a balloon H" niktd the rejiorter. ''Precisely the opposite to that of coming down in one," replied tlv' professor impressively. Philadelphia North America. We refund 10c for every package of PUTNAM KAUULKSS DYKi! that fails to give satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., UnionviUe, Mo. Sold by all druggists. T fare is Cold tn Una liny h which is 75 40 OS 2i d on rectipt of 05 to partly pay postaM or exprcsSatfe and as ewtcfence (Sf oo9 faith the lOfis allowed on first 'purchase amountini to si?? or above. fll PUW MONTHLY GROCERY PftlCfc vtrythintf to litttdflowcst wboltssle prices sat wtar end ust.is furnish. only Llt rwiTliI 3 OHAIN Wheat No. .' led.... No. 3 1 lilrtH'o sbring No, a "OKS OAT." IIJHK-Mess ft) (ft 3 70 7I 70H10 (M 70 No. S L.AJt IXOUK-Wintrriui- ;.., NBW YOKK. lcni U Nc. xed 7 10 Itf 7 f5 5 22KU & 'Z 2jya 32 (.1. 32'i w WHi:.r-N- o. COUN-- 1'opu-lift- ts Hi OATS-MiI'OItlC LAUD s red mixed IIHI 36 (l 9 00 3 W 7 Gt Cu MtMMM to-da- y New mcKs Western 1IAI.TIMOKK. tly -No til W 4u,' 81 -8 The wonder is not tlut people are afraid to tell the truth, but that they are not afraid to tell a lie. Atchison Globe. l'iso's Cure is u wonderful Cough medicine. Mrs. V. Pickett. Van Siclen and w. iJiaue Ave., lirooklyn, .N. 1., Uct. .-- DkBhU's COUCH SYRUP quick, sure results, Kefuse substitutes. Dr. ISulPt Pi!!i(ut$ DiliouiHtii. Trial, foorje. dkTH--V4ll:a-i- ':l r I Best Coasb brniD. utes Uoud. ui tlmo. Bolil br drunilsts. crasTiHnhTTtr f T3 Cures Croup and Whooping-CougUnexcelled for Consumptives. Add. h Gives j VT-U- UL 9 M & t 67,4 3 A. N. -N K.- -E 1784 KI.OUIt-FumUUAIN-Wneut- 3 Southern Corn Mlxt-Oats-N- 2 red.... :uia W 86 as. s ct :o Tiis IV, An ounce of help is better than a pound of preaching. Chicago Daily News. SOLDIERS Urrtl leu than iwi .T . . - ikiji lt m rlahts bousht. ICyoaea- cre Lrfore June CI, 1S7I, write U v., ii nu m., suiU aw c. . Homestead atleawe state adveutiheks that yon saw to AdTerUse-aaela this paper. whiti.vo to at rATTI.i: First iiuutlty llOUs Western INDIANAPOLIS. aitAIN-Whcat-- No. He o. 2 white No. 2 western 11 8 4 500 (WW Com Na 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed. I.OUISV1I.LK. 5 red-..- .. ONE OF THE GRANDEST OFFER8 EVER MADE. 71 rt.OUIl Winter patent.... .... 343 IIKAIN Wheat Na 2 red I'UUlv I.AItO-Sie- MlxeJ 0,u .Mini ,., -uni a il., a 3&j "Ittlj a am; beautifulCItOHS"ns uatund oolorB, (.4 di. 0 JO Pi their rtooct, will each obtain ono lartro 10e. itackairo of ''HUBINGEIV8 BEST" Starch, two Bhakospcaro panels printed in twolvo as life, or one Twentieth Centurv Girl Calendar, tho ftuest of its kind over printed, alt nbsolutoly freo All others procuring the Kndlew Chain Starch V will obtain from their irroccr two larjro 10c. packages of starch for 5o nnd protnlums which are being rivon away. This offor is onlr made for a short ttmo to further introdiico tho famous "RED CKOHS" 'ZIUBIM.ER'S BEST" cold water tarc. Ask your grocer for this starch. D-waurcb.-udthocolebratod Tho persons procuring tho flrt five fttareh.ont'lnrgolOc. Endless Chain fitnrch Rook from pacltaffoof nom-Inalc- fl m Pltll, Tq cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 80c. f Sk' ra-- ' l ' rT-t Vit' -- US' There Muj he fc a LjinsMt. IMl'HOVINU THE MISSISSIPPI HIV-Ki- t. Material, ROUGH AND DRESSED BER, LUM- i " .. 'ft "4i ., .. ' V tho channel of the Mississippi. Nollct. Doors nud Windows, Shinies &e Governors of States, Mayors of STONK WORK of all Kinds, Liinu uud Cement, Tho creditors of Ed Meyer aro here elites, commercial organizations IKON FKNOINU.&c.,! by notified tlmtou Oct. tfth, 1801), at Builders' Ilanlwuri', etc., are requeued to Bend dele- tho October term of thu Fulton County Puluts, Oils, otc. gates to this convention to partic- Court tho uiuU'rsiiMiod Atwluneo of Ed Meyer, entered u motion to bo dis ESTIMATES ipate iu itG deliberations. charged mi said Assignee from said trust .v. ek fur anThiiii'S. CIIEGKFUL1.Y Concerning the levee system, ami released from any liability on ac FURNISHED. V discharge to Kiglit in the face of the disquiet-fn- tho letter of the Chairman of tho count thereof, said December term bo mndont thu regular of FEED STUFFS fact that a jouthful inventor Executive Committee on the im- said court. .MANtlt'ArrilKKKM Till. I'KI.I.IIHATI'.I) B. 11. KUY KENDALL, of much promisu has lately been provement of the Western Wa Anslgiieo of Ed Meyer. i Huy, Oats, Corn, Bran, otc , I'tC terways, addressed to tho ' killed b falling fiom a Ibing pie of Ohio, Missouri nud of his onn inuko.. the Times predicts that the Issippi Valleys," reads: I have for salo 'J 10 ncrvs of Hue laud P. &VV. problem of aerial navigation will The lovees which now exists near Jordan Station, Ky nt Ui.(H) mt asHiiredlv bo worked out success- are tho result of this iuiut effort aero, on easy terms; orl will trade for fully and suliafactonlly before of tho riparian owners and the a Niiiallor place, nud make eiwy terms this world nfoiirH becomes many Government. There are many on the balance. 1,000 worth of tiinlxT ho Costing n Pretty l'enii). years oldei; that tliing will be the In tho judgment of those who live can or Hold from this laud to mills near I will agree to buy all tho tuabor by, sport of the next generation. in tho lower valley why it is imprac- in the trade. Write or call on mo at Guutiwi's Magazine pluees ,tlio There is only a small difference ticable to have protection except Fulton, Ky J. V. FALL. cost of tho Var with Spain nnd of gravity in being propelled over through Government control, nud campaign in tlm Philippines, water several hundreds of yards tho effort will doubtless he made the from Muroli J, 1898, to June lut, In depth and being carried along iu tho approaching Congress to THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMThese flu an aerial plane at a similar height bring this question ap for consid1899, at $2.1,247,351. PAIGN OF 1900, eration. It is exceedingly inter urea cover only the nutnal in ahoe the earth's surface. W-kQQXIIf one tumbles overboard or esting, wlietuer it bu regarded as crease in the expenditurea of the S ship that contains him springs a great work of protection which Tlie politic of Ike great pnllllcil army and navy depart inun is for the !"'' HTXCKIMrvnsr, the iterioil mtiiictl. There have a leak or is rent by an explosion, would bring happiness and pros- Ill- are niw IIdc formcJ nod the canditho bottom is just as hard In ui perity to uiauy thousands of peo- dates dlvcuMrd. Tlin voles of the jeo-- l many other expunges in been at recorded bjr ballot al the approach with the war, to say noth- t her event, in the case of the ple, and add enotinoiifly to the will Ing large nmouiit paid out airship the finish Is far less linger- national wealth, or whether it bo decideI'reildeotlal (lection uallon irobntiljr ing of tlio for Ibe the jvollcj of (be ing. When it comes to the qtiea-tio- regarded merely at) a great since June, noil the hills jint yet next decade. Kftrj cititro mtml aludy of salvage, n properly made already incurpaid for expenses feat. No work of such the great queillom that are to come ! red. The war is certainly proving parachute is, perhaps a more ef- magnitude has ever been under- fure ibe ptopW. Till can be June only ! tbrouth tbe medium of a xr0l nwpa-per- . nn expensive ouo to this country, fective life preserver than blocks taken elsewhere. Now li Ih lime, therefore, for is no telling how mu oh of cork sown together or a wind-fllloand there Ami concerning the care of l ho voter to nubterlbe fur lb herl and circular cushion of rubber. longer It will dra along, or how Yon 4'niinol Jlnli 11 lltfalio navigation of the Mlseitsippi Hiv-c- r moil reliable aewepaper obtainable. Tbe will ho lost bemany more lives &eoi.Vcklj Itepublle cover tbe whole A FATAL .MISTVKE. to field of political new. While It la Demo and its harbors from Cairo fore tho campaign iu the Philipcratic It publlihei the new In regard to Now Orleans the letter says: pines la finally brought to a do- - o. A speciHl dispatch from Union Congress put this work under all political panic without prejudice, It hkli'imTtiik hoe us. City, dated Oct. 17th, Last the continuing contract system telegraphic and cable newt lervle I One of its Strongest l'oints in its to that of any other paper. It night K. F. Askew, of the 8th civ-i- l nud provided the means for four upeclal feature arc ibe best. In tact, it In n letter to tho Post Dispatch district, started iu a buggy to yearn; that time hns expired nud It the paper (or that large ctamjof read-er- a who cannot afford or do not have offers $100 Martin to "a take a train. A wind the aunuul allotments hare been to the dally paper. ItakoH ItlHcuitH in 4 Minnti'H I,iulit Itrnul In 10 Minulrn. fund to and rain came up and, realizing expended. This Inst Couvress, to start a Attention In alio called to the Iteptib-llo'of Kconnmiciil CookltJ Htiylnp a "'.MujOHlle" mt'iiiiH a though it passed u rivers and bar Sunday Magatlne. It ball tono aid the Boers of South Africa in that he could not make his train, alone are worth the nUrip-litt- a this war with Great Britain He he hailed at the house of his bors bill at the last short session, I'rtll iih1 Ivvitiiilno TIk'iii. Veiu'll lltty no Oilier. Il made friend, Leo Patterson, intending made no future prnxision of any llclci price. beat Inliterary up of special r says that the devoted Boers are by tbe taleni, enibraolong of the same blood us the Holland to put np for tho night. Putter-so- kind for thijj Is a stretch of river, log a variety of current aubject ol In rivers and harbor Ureal. Newi fraiitrr of abtarbin had a dlflictllt.v with a man unless there ers who settled Manhattan have wlm t liri.utfiiuil liiu bill passed upon the ttrst session are illualratrd and enlarged uon. many friends in St. Louis who are Innt fh-iothere auxionB to help them fight for lib life, and thinking Akaw liln ono-- ,,e hl next Congress, B,,d ,,,e can For the benefit of the ladle the ltet Iteare bandaomely lllunlratrl The no work or i'e,,r '" publle Sunday my conic to put his threat into ex- , erty nud their homes. Maailne la atway InterTim Pnat.lllanntnli fun Id naunr tcnntlnn. lio ntiniifil tlm ilnnr nml terestU of niuieutlon UlUSt wnlt filing to every member ol tbe family. a double-barrelegun, ""d l'10 valuable plant of the Gov The subscription price of Ihe ed that the Boers havo manv'fir.d with ' - i,nt imiriMil wlm imnkfllint. mriuiiu. i ernmeut, now advanced to effect Itepublle I $1.00 per year. Tlie f.:.i- - n. niI,A in si n ,!..n of iuu ITnliuil RtutuM ', Afikmv ill the mouth and fuee , I veneuR, will lie idle, There is uo Itepublle Sunday Magaiin I II U per ,.rD ...- ... v ........ WANT TO SKLLYOU fill question of the wisdom and econ- year. Itolh papera are now being ottered They have tlie sympathy of all j killing him almost Instantly. at the very low price of $1.60 a )car. To of Obion omy of the jpkJriuing contract secure thl low rate both must be ordered of liberty mikI nil who hale kew was an county and uo one had more system. Thu Vjf of the publlo and paid for at tbe asm time. oppression nud greed the world iu tho ability of Address all orders to TI1K UKl'Ulll.lC, over. But tho Uuited Stntes Uov menus man ue. tho Mississippi River Commission St Louis, Mo. ernment must maintain neutrality Later Pattered) hns been ar United States Engineers and would not permit citizens to rested and is now in jail nt Union nud thu nbatcd nud hns not the necessity ('oiklt aid tho Boets in their war against City. for notion through this convention All perHoiis imlubtiil to O. A. England. is understood. am notified that they mum cmno lx v. v A NEW HI.OiV AT TKUSTS. rrLr---nThe World nud forwanl and nettle. Delays am dan attempted to aid the Boers iu the "B Hardware, Qucenswaro Verbuiu Sapient I. Traii-- i mil Cold Mlnex. Keniun. A very important decision was only possible wny by trying to in a ii- in dace President McKinley to offer rondered by the Supreme Court The greatest gold and diamond TY0UR lJ,,y Oats, limn, Farmers Free Column. the friendly mediation of the Unit- of Illinois last week. In brief, the tnini'R iu tho world are iu South LotkI- wwurv. Under this heailltiK will hereafter ho ed States to, nvert war. uud OiMiionl, decision forbids the transfer of Africa. Tho cold miuen are In the published notices not to oxeecd ti llui-tho American Glucose Company's TratiHvaal aud exploited hy Itrit-IhI- i each, from fanners who aro milwrih-ers- , WHAT HH7AX SAYS. YOTT. . plant in Peoria to the Glucmie Sucapital yearly turn out tho who havo horse, muled, cow, progar refining Company, ouo of the areuut output or any gold pro duct, Heed, &c, for Halo, free of charge. Hon. Win. J. Bryan expressed most conspicuous and successful (limine country TIioho mines and STHAYKI). On Satunlay night, himself very plainly in n recent of the modern IndUHtrial comhiua-- J their workings caused the great lust., Dos Moines, when he lions popularly known as "truHtH.",inorenHe in the nonulution of the crop 8 Herkritiiru xho.itx, markiil with interview at and i Hplits iu each year In forTho merican GIuooho Com Transvaal and induced hundreds Ihj libsaid: iu regard patn'e plant Is a very larce and of thousand of Englishmen with mat ionruwarded. to them will J. O IIkndiiix. ."I do not deem it advisable or oxponslvo one, nud was Hold to a good sprinkling of Americai b erally possible to state bo fnr ahead the Glucose Sugar lieflning Co., and other peoples locate there FOlt SAI.K. what Issue willbo chief in impor- for over two millions of dollars. These newcomerstoare generally One thoroughbred Jersey uialo Calf. and circum- The tance. Oondiuons M A. McDaniki.. trust 'has a capital ol 0,000. called Uitlatulers, ''outside" peoApply to stances may chnnge between now 000 and wus incorporated fl August ple. and then bo as to make certain is 3, 1807, at Trenton, N.J. It nought A gxxl milch cow for nalrt nnd sues of greater relative impor- up six concerns. Including the O. h. ItosK. mulo cheap. Threutran Cunadu. tance than now. Our issuos of American Glucose Go's plant For .Nule. 1896 are just as important now as which is Ounudu seems disposed to make tho largest of nil. Thu Threo good mulerf, wagon others' have orison since Chicago Heal Estate and Trust capitnl of the position Great ttri-tai- ing implementrt. Aiply to and farm then; then, nud still more may command Co., which owned 9U50.O00 o f the Ai.kx. Hick. occupied during the Spanish attention." stock In the Peoria plant, brought war, and of the sentiment now As to tho withdrawal of troops suit to prevent its transfer to the prevailing in tlm United States in from the Philippines, Mr. Bryan trust, and the Supremo Court has behalf of Great Britain during her decided in favdr of the petitioners. war in South Africa, hut Canada dictated this statement: The court decided that under should go slow, The people are "No, I do not favor tho withtroops. What I do the Illinois law the trust was an not yet ready to give away Alue-kudrawal of oar territory bought by the Unitbelieve and have repeatedly an- illegal combination and the parnounced is that we should at once ties who organized it were guilty ed States from Russia, including Powoll Dlook, Ollnton St. declare our purposo iu equivocal of a conspiracy to defraud. The Pyramid harbi r, a seaport now counsel for tho trust claimed that belonging to the United States. Having pnrcliKril tlie CJrorery Htoclc of terms, so positive that the Filipi- a stockholder had no right to The United States and the people J. J (J. Ilondurmi, would lie pleaanl lo -thorn nos cannot doubt, to grant all old rlends lo call. Fresh Good a full and complete independence complain of tho sale of was factory desire to livo on terms of amity haveCho,oe l,,fc-i,a monopoly to be with Canada, but Canada should f nd the moment they havo establish- hecauso u uo got When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort If t snare oi me qnlt crumbling and cense covet iireaiou, nis die ticket np,cnt for n ticket via the COTTON ed a stable government." you know how. A iirico. Tho court ruled to this ng territory of the United States. BELT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra DR. W. X. BRIGHT, a cost, and thus ovoid the discomforts you would encounter In an "1 wish to express my thanks to the that the stockholder didhavb Nashville American. ordinary car. The chairs are arranged no you can have a comfortmanufacturers of (Jhumberluiii's Colic, right to retain their investments able seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each Cholera uud Diarrhoea Houicdy, for as they saw fit. Tho court nlso Our old friend, LI Hung Ghana g car is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen's huviug put on tho market such a won- maintained that i had jurisdiction being SiL upon Interviewed recently smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these derful mediciuo," says W. W. Musstn-gilcars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. of Beaumont, Texas. Thero aro over a Now Jersey corporation tho ditimtion in the Philippines. Direct connections arc made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for many thousands of mothers whoso chil- which came into the State of Illi- said, with charming Oriental nav oil parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. dren havo beeu Bayed from attacks of nois. ete, that the thing for the AmeriOfllco over Wilson's Book Store, dybentry aud cholera iufautum who cans to Agulualdo It you nrc tliluklnirof taking n trip, write anil tell in wlirre you to J. I). AKNKTT, the merchant aud thusdo wasthe buy If a letter must also feel thankful. It is for sulo are golmj nnd when you will leave, and we will tell yon how much flolcombo Building, stop war. your ticket will cot, what train to take o aa to make the heat time Cowgill, Hickman, Ky by Cowgdl nud and cotton buyer, of Tiptonvlllc, and connection!, and anything clue we can thai will help mnke uud A. M. Shaw, Stato Lino, Drug- shipped 700 'Millies of cotton to which Gen. Otis is said to have re HI0KMAN, KENTUCKY your trip n comfortable one. An tntrrctlii little hooklel, "A TKIP cently received from Insurgent TO TltXAS," will be mailed free lo any aiklrcM. gists. Memphis, one day last week This General Pilar Is genuine, the opis considered ihe largest shipmi nt H. W. LaBEAUMG, H. ADAHI, TnBiiE will be varying fortunes by any ouo man nt one time, over portunity seems to have presentTraveling I'aaaeoiter Agent, Cen'l I'aaa'r aud Tkt. Agent, a time, ed itself to act upon Li's advice, of war in the Transvaal for (43) CAIRO. H.I.. ST. I.OUIS. MO. Blacksmith and Undertaker made on the Mississippi. for Gou. J'tlar offers to sell him. and tho Boers will win some vicHo wants 8500,000 fnr tlie insurTub iitost,iiewfl from the tories and tho British uomo. Bat KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, MiiIch for Sale. will is that the jive gent chief and other leaders, and at least Great Britain will dictate IVEMK A TKIALwhen you want will get $10,000,000 apiece, 8250,000 for his own army. This the terms of'aurrender. done, or repair In Three good Mules and two harui'HH and that the two eld.est boys, Cor- would appear to be cheap enough agon, etc. Iloraeiuoing a apecinliy, Mart'H, for Halo. Apply to I alao keep a full line ol J no. D. Maykh. The biggest day iu tho history nelius and Alfred, will got tho res- nud yet, having already paid for the Philippines, to tnrn s Goods of Gibson county was observed' idence, atnoutjtitig'to 8100,000,000, 1 ii Iii very and Fvfil Ntitlilr. j for Sale. Wednesday the 19tb. Tho citi- to be equalei between them, The In now and buy the Filipinos, Common, Uoaewood, and Solid HUok Below and onnohlto U zens of the county and the Ma widow gets the two lesldences nt would look liko paying twice, Oar Walnut Coffin a and (Jaiei, widen can be I havo for Hide soveuty tons of good Uupot. Kueps HnrroyH, York aud understanding was that in the or- filtail up in nbort notice, and at rcaaon-bl- a Hay. Timothy, $12.00; Mixed, Clover HomH, &o., for hire. Kvory Bud aonB of West Tennpaseo '.ahbjsiu- Newport aud tNo,w ucc pricei, Qlv nu a oall. uud Timothy, 111,00 ; Clover fD.00. (lotion glycu, Your putronaKo sol bled at Trenton to lay the corner, $500',000 per. annum (a keep them iginal bargain tbe natives went tin ,JI1. BHUCB HE.fBY. MU Shop eu, along with the real estate, '. Stone of tbelr $50,000 court b'ouso. op, com-puny There is'somo probability of a lawsuit hetweoin Ihe "May Held JVooleu Mills and? the May field pants couiuiny recently organ laed. The Woolen Mills think tho name of the new concern is aulllcientl similar to tho namo In tho mind of the public that mor chants would likely purchase the product'oThe ruutory under the belief that they were getting May Held pants which they have been making for some lime. An effort will be made to got the now to alter its name. To our old friends and customers, we that wo lmvo bought Nov. 14 and in there will bo wish to announce Implement, DiikkU'h, tho largo stock of held in Memphis a convention for &c, previously owned by & Hooves, nud the purpose of discussing plana this stock second to we propone to make uoue of tho klud iu for bringing to tho notice of Con- this end of the State. Gall and seo us and satisfy yourself that wo mean to gress the importance of Improv- sell goods and sell them cheaper than ing tho lovco system on the Miss- over before E. E. REEVES & CO. issippi River and of deepening Hm-uosh- NOTICE! HICKMAN MARBLE WORE IHfjn. MmTAUIjIHIIKI) (Succrxnr tall C , San-de- n TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop' llaniayr, ill d,) Marble and Granite Monumen O XT IR, D3 1 3ST , C3-- Siolspian. Ky. g IIK KM !' WAGON CO. ma-cliin- o a Poo-Mis- l'hlla-dilidu- LAND FOiTsALE. L S.Ellison KIOKMAKT - iCEKTUCKY. con-nectio- n n euui-ueerin- d cr-er- jr "Majestic" Cooking Eaagei The Best in the World sa: la Buyiug Oac of these Ranges llle-tlni- i' Holland-American- " ac-c- ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUB! Post-Dispatc- h a u tat I ! n d I Serai-Week- ri- ly Ixedferd & Rger5- ' W -- s I ! nnd't-nruestucs- GROCERIES Firesli Meats, F4irvil Hoi-comb- o Post-Dispatc- h rm IWJERED s PRICES WILL PLEASE n n E. EAKER, Geaecal. Grocer, O. "' Vj&as im- ? l, PHYSICIAN. A. F, OLIVER. Vnn-derbi- lt ohil-dro- u THE STEVE STAB. I'lwt-ofllc- $20,-000,00- 0 Undertaker' 1 1 -' . t nr .im 7 L7 fl! jjA