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''" OLDEST ISTEWSPA.PEK ESTABLISHED & UST - WESTERyf vEJSrTTJOfcY: VOL, XXXIV, NO. 50. Local and Personal. Will Uncle Sam Seize a Part of China, The following are tbo State ticket to be voted on at tbe next Washington, Oct. 30. -- Will the-Unite- HICKMAN, JFULTON COU&ffY, KY., NOV. 3, 1899. Vote. f --Voto parly. jymtmmmmmmmmmmti.mmmm?mmmmmmm E if ii r M "V Tuesday's election In tke Slate. States seise a partiaa ef Stamp under tho rooster. the Chinese Eatpire. ae, if se, ; DEMOCRATIC. Out your neighbor to voto. what part do tbey desire! Governor Wm. Goebel. Voto tor a uew court house. These are the qaestleae that Lieutenant Governor L 0. VV. will be iaaiediateto pat to Pre Beckham. Next Tuesday Is election day. . MoKialey by tbe represen8ecretHry of Btate Breek Hill. " Remember tho polls closo at 4 o'clk. tatives of Fraice, Gersaany, Ras-eiAttorney General R. J. Breck 4? VALUES in and Ensland. Vice President Tlnlmrf U nrlHniit inridge " r.'j'fj' V 11 aud expected to die Any day. Count Oassinl. the Rassiaa Iai Treanarer 8. W. Hnger. bassador, will arrivals this elty, Solid O.l!.- R.ilntr HlnnV Imlr Auditor Gas G. Coulter. " rfeto sorrow and will pat tbe qaes-tio2 nt Buck's. JWWHtri Commissioner of Agriculture directly. Ad the other paw """? win preacn at tho I. B. Nail. 'Si, rlgliau Church in this city Sunday. Superintendent of Pablio In- ere soon will ba represented here again nod tbe United States Gov .grlltek'H cold wavo, scheduled ior to- -, struction -- H. V. McGbesney. ernnent has been notiled by4 its arrived yesterday, onn day ahead BOLTING DEMOCRATS. CtiniQ. Ministers and Eabaesadora abroad ". Governor John Young Brown, that tbe sane aaestioa will ba sat ft Elder A M. Glovor will nrin.i nt Lieutenant Governor P. P. to all of then. it. HermOU at 2:!i0 nVlrx--t Hnnrinv Johnston. iernoon. Two jears ago each a qaeatioM Secretary of State E. L. Htnei waa aodreaned of, bat with the TllO Saturday cvntiinir Knilimldni-r-lib meets nftnrnnnn tuilb i Attorney General Lawrence P. entry of tie United States into and Cloth. Tanner. 4 wni, uuitzcr. tbe Oriental field by their aeqalei Treasurer John Droege. tion of the Philippine. Hawaii, Mrs. Bettin Wllsnn nml fnmll moT- .i? Commls8lonervof Agrloultare tuts week, to tho Dr. H. H. WilsORl Gaan and Wake Islands, their G. W, Vandevere. c, on Dyeroburg road. were received tliin week. part in Eastern diplomacy has he Superintendent of Pablio Is eoaae of transcendent isaportnnaa L W. Rniiunl f Vnmlu. lm . will preach at tho Baptist struotiou Rev. E. 0. O.verstreet. the world. Aud itor Frank A. Pasteur. ,juivii ouutmy morniug anu night. . Jack-et- s "j A few Months ago the Govern Our showing of Ladies Garments, np.prrnT.Tnaxr . wftw uBii niiiJijr ui uallJVb sseat waa notiled rhut anah a T2 W A iwmuiul-- jusi rcceivca. now tattn qaestlon vaajikelvi bat seeretary and Capes, Ladies Suits and Skirts "Governor WilHaai 8. Taylor. hi very cneap. uall and boo them. Lieutenant Governor Joks amy, wneo qaesuonea aooai It re H. O. Ambero. is the best we have ever shown, and fased to diseass tbe natter. .... . f Kviiufiuuu ..... Jj3ko uounty in- - .Marshall. 5j-- v iroin "At present," said be, "no one Secretary of State Caleb PowfmilS US that tho nnttnn rmn in ll.nh We invite sales have been heavy. whom I know of advocates euiz. CKllltV ill tnrilhlL' nnt i imme ilnal luil. ers. ' A Attorney General Clifton J. lag a Chinese port. What nay tf than was anticipated your attention to our offerings. . be necessarv when the Philintiiua ., , Pratt. ladles of tho Cumberland u Treasurer Walter R. Dav. f qaestlon Is nettled is another mat Church will servo Ooffco at tho or Mrs S. IS. Parker next Wldeueo ler, wnien we snail leave antil Auditor -- John 8. SweeBey.-- ' Wednesday ovenluir. Evervbotlv in then." Commissioner ot Agnealtare L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. :B. John W. Thockraorton. jW"BU0K is tho best posted aud The Boer Fijiiters Superintendent of Pablio In jht practical Optician in tho citv. Ktruotlou John Burke. jrw tested free Cheap UlasseB 16o Of course there can be nodoabt POPULIST, .. . Vti bat that the British will ultimate Governor-Jo- hn G. Blair." . '. are out for tho ijienteiiHut Governor W. .. R. lj conquer the Boers; bat tbe re of Mr. L. A Stone, of Hickman, f'iAllSS Ktta Ilmlmtn. lllini'llfor nf Tlr Browder. salt of the war than far abowe v' THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMtbion. of (Greenfield, Tenn., tho hap- Secretary nf State Benj.:Kevs. that'll hey are not only fighters hot JtiUliUlr IUWLU1 iUV oia. Attorney General -- John.T. Ba- J E PAIGN OF 1900, mariney kiiow now to tight as If A protracted meeting is in progress nhaw. , J, aKtifo Methodist Church. Rov H O. Treannrer-- A. well.All the war newe eoaaea Clip I'ollllci of the itr ' jiiUiiol par. Ifiuaon, of DriMden, Tenn , is assisting ?' through British sources, aad ia lli- nrr now hvlug formt-ami the cndl-ilnl- r tsi pastor, Bov. W G. Hefley Services CnintafasIaaer.'efjAgfieiUarcr tVJ dl'ctm'ed. The vole of tbe peo- - fery day morning aud night. W. J. Haoua. . . , V, certainly not celored a avwrv'-- i 'iJW. il , rcordeil by bHllol i lie piroeh AL' HnperlatendaaMHr; pablia In tn.oyara, ufu'tjv Soih Tlininu ninnlra nr rArlnr.n1 inf i rriiuthu' leoiion win jiroua MbWUBUHJLflMoai ijytiifiiai mi.iim" ijyyii it . -, next uircfda r.fri QiUMHrmtwU thnirnl .T).MrAv rina nnnnntir.rl tild M,mww the rel ntiFBllonr Ibm r lo cow be eiiKaperoenr. io .. J ... jj. X the vfn, q?nnnmmmmm axrs. w. v tiuen, widGovernor O, T. Wallace. be done only ow of Tlifn cu fore the propl estaewYis a terribVjMeaf in? $ "' V; Hureii aud sister to John Gn. f Jtenl UhIiiIi cif nil kind.; llirouch (lie rurilfiim of great nrwipn .K.hv,I.J ntttMdioil ii'ii (ii IIm Lieutenant Governor Wna n: " R. McLtau, tho present Deuiocratio Zelgler. ikI rrircMihtH i ful lhi' 'r Hih Ihhi mid ttioMt ndlititlr Fir- - lunnr per. Now , - the British. HoweTeiheilug. ilir lime, therefore, for iioiiiinco for Governor in Ohio. Secretary of State .W. M, Lik- -' Ilaifa will naartrnnn-AVAi-rrw hi Ihr S(hJ, mid t lint "Old RiIIhIiIc" k( tu dttlnu voir to ubicribe for (he brrt ami mj tO r " Marriage lleeuso were Issued this en. moil reliable nrnrpaper obtainable. 1 tie . , thoasaads anTH.they have ebongh .pnii Vrvkl ItepuhUo rorera ibe whole nri'K lur inu iiiiiiwiuk liriiU8; .ir. Attorney Gen'eral-Ja:'S.f- ieH h,r Alls Gotield to Miss Willie Browii, on While it in Of field of iKilltlctl newt how Bakn? s V r l 3 l?: i AA .i.no,t. nil., iuul .ir. oiiiiuu.. ouiuillLT. cliuinn in rrgard to n oiu it puMUhra the ne Hree are Merileert, nor bow naob'v ensurer J, R. Pile all political panic withuut prejudice. Its mon to Miw Ida May Moore, on SOth.K iiikimiimii' leieKrapiiio anacnie iiewt.nerTice i an AP(,lt or Rev. Sumnol M. Rur. aiewef it eeat.jlM British will wm. SU1AH HOUSE MOLASSES. ur li prrior to thai of any olber paper nan) fr Best ciuallty new crop N. O. Molasses 4.1 v apeclal fealurea are be beat Intact, ll DEMUCKATS T.FiMT XFA8ItJN ' Oonimiaslouer of Agriculture O. E. P:aklh's. V la tlie paper for bat lftre claen of read, at s. IV. ('. JUHXMIM, - - r . PfM'U K, T. TlXMl lTM't.' ,4 ' C. . KAI.C6IIKK. era who cannot allord or do not lic ac Tho precinct election oillcers in A. W. Carpenter. y r At the conference recently held Superintendent of Public In ceaa lo thr daily paperx. Fulton county are so distributed as to Altentfon Ih nlrn called to the party polities and men of acknowledg- Htruction G. E. Hancock. at St. Louis by Democratic leadllo'a Sunday Maeailne Its half tune II ed probity that fairness is guaranteed. ers it waa informally decided to, SOCIALISTIC LABOR. luitr4liona alone arc wortb lie nubpcrip. Therefore let us all vote with kindly ... n Governor Albert Sobmat. make feeling and good will as neighbors. lion price ll la made tip of upecial tbe battle-cr- y KXCEMAN, KENTUCKY: by Ibe teil literary Uletil, etnbrac Treasurer James Delaney. of tbe next national campaign,, Tho caso of Sam Stiefel. accused of Inc variety of current )tibject of Anditor-- R. P. Caldwell. incendiarism at Now .Madrid, was callAccording to tbe Chicago Record, New of aborblng In- ed for a hearing there Saturday, feature Commissioner of Agrionlture but a terest are lllnalraleil and enlarged upon. continuance till this conclusion was reached after, V- tho second Monday in James O'Henrn. For Ibe benefit Af the ladle the latent tanh. November becanso ono of tho witnesses a canvass of tbe situation, daring, He aupeaiiitondent of Public In Inn. am hand. nin.lv lllii.trnted The for tho defeuco had not been subpoenaed wblob it was admitted that ant- - ' ptiblioSundty Maaxine i alwnya inter struotiou W. 8. Palmer. imperialism was practically tbs . Fresh meats dftlivennl to nnv eaun io eery meiuber oi Hie family. i Niim'i.u.s iiviii:i ritiiFMK io.oon. w. M. aiuw. The subscription prior of Ibe Semi. part or town by only issue with which tbe Demofcoltfilt your btirtiiipdti. We oirr tliu iiiobI Ldtiornl Aituniiiiiiodntioii "!. Weekly DEMOCRATS FIUHTINU FOR OHIO. crats could reasonably hope to ia Jl 00 per year. The to our OuMtottuMA CoiiHiHtctit with KMiibliHliert Voters, don't move out of your prefi.MmiliMn Sundnv iMagmliit 26 per SI win next year. If the now aud election H.iiikiui; PriuitlplcB. year, lioth pipera nr now nuing ollerel cinct betweenwill brio your vote d'iy The public nepci not be surpris- the elections to he heldresults of If you do you The between at the Tery low pri.e of jJ.fiO a yunr. To liwrrxiuir C W D a of ono year C O S aecure tbia low rule bmh must le ordrtel rho State, six residence tho county, in ed to learn on the morning of Nov. now and the national election inmonths in time. 3t.T.TYl.l!H. ( A. IIOUrOMIlK. .J. N A 1.011, W. II. HALTZISK and paid for at tb aamnTUB UKt'UHLIC. sixty days in tho precinct to make aud Sth that thb President has lost bis dicate that a obanee of nolicv ia one Aridreai all onlora to entitled to voto. own State, with Hanna iu person advisable, Hint change will be J. W. COWlllLL. W. Ii. MoUUTOIIKN. M. IJ SHAW. M Uiuia, Mo. al command of tbe Republican made, hut at present Democratic JiiNt Itvci'ivi'ri. hope is chained to Nico Bed Blankets White forces. Thore are three candi- Bentiment. Said a leading Demo " and Red. Thoynro beauties and cheap. dates for Governor. John R. Mc crat: Mr. Jorgenhausser H. 0. Ambkko. Lean, Democrat, and George K. "We would be beaten now if we Miss Hheu.1 Moiher, of Pennsylva-nla- . Nash, Republican, are the regular decided to go Into the campaign a cradnatoof Mt Hnlvoko Collece. will givo an address Sunday aftemoou rnndidatee, with Mayor Sam M. on the issues of 1896. This waa Used to Worry, erenerallv conceded. And In oust. at !1 o'clock, in tho Methodist Ohnrch, Jones, Republican, nr Toledo, as nu independent. The to- ing about for a winning issue under tho nuspiees of tho Young WoSplendid Selection of HciMii-- e liis ailverlieaemeiitrt in. tint local papers didn't man's Christian Temper.mco Union. tal vote is estimated at 900,000, seemed to promise Miss Mosher is a bright young woman and the Republican Chairman conmore than any of the others. Both and a moot interesting speaker. All are cedes that J once will get 100,000 attract attention didn't draw a. crowd to Iiih NEW BOOKS, Hcein l nnrties will inveich aalnnt trnnta invited to hear iter, especially thoyonug and help liim to sell goods. loii! people. A collection will bo taken. Sho votes. The Republicans profess iu tueir piuttorms, nut tne differwill, while iu thu City, conduct a class to believe that Jones will get ence will not he clear-cu- t enough in Physical Culture, aud all interested more Demouratio votes than he to constitute n practical issue. STATIONERY, can obtain information from Miss Boog-he- will draw from them, hut tbe DemWhile the silver sentiment is. as ocrats laugh at thin. Both parties strong In some quarters as it ever NOTIONS, &i have was, aud Big Bargains H. school superb organizations, by portance, has lost none of its imdistricts, and have polled Hecntifcc he hu found that he can yet fifty Why? the people have heard Call and aco our Stock. Every Buchanan's the State thoroughly. The doubt- it dlscnsBed till it would not do to ads, chunk full of Migucbtioiis, the liest that are up ful vote of 10 per cent, holds the make it the moat promiuent issue. iK'jirini: III W line in nuwHiiape.-- s mr roiiniiy uvur lor thing up to date. balance of power, without which With these facts in view, antl-- i n. Sale. nun i inn wiin ineir iici p ii is inere putv io ur- n ilolltir the R publicans cannot win, Many Dkiikn'dks &. Co. Fulton Leader: Night watchmau are claiming Nash's electionThey perialism waa left as tbe only ion can do the ruiiL'o ads which fill tilt hill to n "'I." by question of which an issue on .i Leauder Hoberson aud Trot Morris had in jittue. All Hues, ocmic a itoiiur to from 20,000 to 30,000 votes, but which we could go before the poo ii difllcnlty in front of Campbell's there is a woeful luck of confi- pie could he made. Of course, If on the Tonneaseo sido this ) morning Reasons that caused tho dence, tbe State elections indicate 'that dillloulty aro conflicting. Morris got Current events aro aiding the there is a quentiou which promisAD SUPPLY BUREAU. Hoberson down and beat him up pretty Bryan's tour great- es better results it will be taken bad. Alf. Palmer sop.iratod tho com- Democrats. (Sucorianr lo Wm. Uiealrlbrluk,) Street up. The campaign will be carried batants, und as soon as Hoberson re- ly enthused the voters. UKALKK IN gained his feet ho drow his revolver and oar I'trikes In some of the larce on hi' Congressional Districts. An HOSTON, MASS. 8 Pi'voiifhiit! Si. Room tired threo shots at Morris, nouo of which cities aro hurling the Republicans effort will he made elect all tbe took effect. Fancy (x rocorics and arm up just P.llmor knonkinl Unlmrsmi's ami Malum himself made u blun- anti imperlallstm toCongressmen as ho iltvd, der the other niuht In a nnPAnh possible. Muilo Young Again. Editor Sees WoiiiIith. iiitempilhg the defence of trusts. Provisions, liitportniii. Editor V. V. Barry, of Lexington, liul aiiove all, the canditlnov of THE builders' trial trip of the 'Cue of Dr King's Now Lifo Pills Ten.,., in exploring m ....... ..Mi i nt j. Dr. A. M. Jopltn, tin expert Optician, Jones Is regarded as a menace battleship Kentucky wun made at n UIQKMXH, KENTUCKY. will bo at Handle's store on Nov. 10th. and the word has gone out to fight Newport Nowb. Tuesdav. and wax "S "J writes D H. Turner, JuKkSSi Dr. Joplin has been hero twico. Ho will in every county. Dempsey Tl"," Pa. They're tliu best Iu the an unqualified success iu spite of him It is another ilea bonder. only remain ouo day, and those in need Jones PRBB DELIVERY. , Injuries, In tho world for Liver, btomuoh and meanwhile McLean is playing his rongn weatner. Cures Pile-uapi. uuester, world's of Spectacles will do well to seo him uroly wbc tiiblo. lnllaunnatlon. and till Hodily Eruptioas. Bowo s Int ull drug stores. Never gripe. Telephone Store No. 04; Res- and have their eves tested for u nair nf cards wen with tne vice Presi- who will command the Rentnobv. r Only i6o ideuoe, No. 00, Only Mo, at ul drug stores, Glasses, (Satisfaction gaaruntoed. dency as the stake. says she is a great ship," it-de- Some . Special .V d mA -, A a -r -. Ladies ';. n JACKETS and "i CAPES, -- Z-Vi- 0V. s A ...... . -Tho Pres-lfteria- uiiuiiuuiiuuiiiiuiuuuuii iiuiuuuuuuuuuauiiiuuuu " mar-6fc- fl H JR,. REAX. ESTATE .iii-inetiH lT. rrZ'T-t'HlJ- H.-Otrdl- - J I wmv. ry I - - T-- w-- I f - J -.! I r I ickman Bank U E T Itt-pu- .' I Paid . Capital $50,000.00 R r I anti-expansio- n nil-Wo- ol " Cash Book Store. 4I I run-nln- p m NOW HE DON'T WORRY fir.-t-ral-e r. at Closing (Mou-day- I G. 6. Baitlstt n 2-- 1 fihStlSi W - The Hickman Courier GKOIIOK WA'.HtEN'. - rHE BRITISH WAYERED Big Guns Met the English Troops us HOBART HAS A RELAPSE. Tho Vlrn l'reilclent of lha Unltml itale I Critically 111 Heart and stomaou 'trouble the Cntitc. Kkw York, pet 31. Vice President Ilobart, yho has been 111 for weeks at his homo ill ,'Ptitcrson, X J., suffered a relapse Monday morning. He had a succession of choking spells resulting from nn imperfect action of tho heart, an old afllictlon, complicated with of the stomach. Mr. Ilobart has not been able to attend to his private affairs for the past two d or three days, and an intlmatu friend has been- given power of attorney to sign checks and to attend to other matters of that character. One of tho physicians in attendance at 0 o'clock Monday night said that while the condition of Mr. Ilobart wai serious, he was bettor than at anj time within the last 24 hours. tho sicl , At 10:30 p. m. news from room of Vice. President Ilobart thai he was conscious and able to recognize. those about the bedside. It was sti that no early change for the worse need be expected. At midnight everything was quiet nQ the residence of Vice President Ilobart Tho lights were all out and everything - GEN.LEE ON CUBA I'eonlo of thclslaiid Slowly lint Surely Kebullillac Their Wasted Homes. Tho rub in Ar SEVERAL SKIRMISHES. I lllpluoi ratlrlnc The AniKtlcaii Naur Ijiliam Ilia Spanlah UoiuinW- lunar lloturn to Manila. 44 Daly Feed V I'tiMIMier. Man and Steed. rt U1CKA1A.N. KElJTUCKtt TOPICS.' CURRENT WILD RUSH WAS MADE ON THE BOERS exhausted. Fiki.d rats are esteemed as a table delicacy in Cuba. Sicilian farmers receive onlyS2,40a Joubert Was in Coniiuuiul of tho thousand lemons. White Forces and. Showed Maitiik ImiuiW Is one of tbo best all That Ho Was Master. Around athletes in Paris. The profits of (ireat Britain's postal ervicc are 520.000,000 a year. " Hud fallen tho Ax enerpotlc temperament and act-- . After a Hundred llrltoni Hngllih Keturnod "In Order," Titer Ire habits conduce to longevity. Atiert lha HoeriLoo It ReUrwAim of 18,000 horses arc annually Heavy. ported consumed by the people of Vienna. 1!kv. J. 11. Metfokd, a Presbyterian minister in Scotland, is worth Latjysmitii, Oct 81. The naval brigade nrrived Monday morning at Mas. John J. Inoali.s is fam;d half-panine and commenced firing throughout Kansas for her blackberry with six quick firing guns with great Jam. The Boer AVji. Marohvvb has been a justice of precision. the peace at Fort Scott Kan., since which had again begun to shell tho town, were temporarily disabled at tho 1851. The greatest distance to which third and fifth shots. Brisk fighting wireless messages have been sent is 43 Is in progress on tho right and left miles. Hanks. There Is a cafe in Venice which has The advance was made at dawn never been closed uljjht or day for 150 with the object of shelling tho Boers years. from the position where Sunday they It was COO years ago, in Florence, had mounted a number of guns. On that the first grand opera was pro- reaching the spot, however, it was duced. London would erect a monument te found that they had evacuated the position. Tho British" continued to adDickens but tho novelist's will vance, and the mov cment developed it. FitANCls Muiti'HY secured 2.000 signa- Into a rcconnolssanco in force. Tho tures to the total abstinence pledge at enemy wero posted on a range of Des Moines. hills having a frontage of about 10 II. W. DEXM80N, of Vermont, is tho miles. The British force was dislaw adviser ci. the Japanese imperial posed in tho following order: government. "On the right, three regiments A New York father is said to havo of cavalry, four batteries of the Royal offered his son, 95,000, if he would stay field artillery and five battalions of sober for a week. batteries The London employes of Sir Thomas Infantry; in the center threo Lipton are on a strike for higher of tho Royal field artillery, two regiments of cavalry and four Infantry wages and shorter hours. Cha& Laurieb, a brother of tho Can- battalions, and on the left the Royal adian premier, is traveling salesman Irish fusiliers, the Gloucestershire regi ment and the 10th mountain battery.. for a cigar firm of Calumet, Mich. Ox the eve of his wedding the moth This force had been detailed to guard rr of a 2sew Jersey man kidnaped him our left flank at a late hour Sunday and no one knows where they are. plan of White's Gen. night. A dm. Sampson has been invited to operations was, as the movement de tc present at the launching of the veloped, the force constituting our centorpedo boat Shubrlck at llichmond. of The Malay language is spoken by ter, which was disposed under covertho a 'kopje about three miles from more than (0.030,000 people. It is said to be easy to learn, as it has almost no town, should throw itself upon'tho enemy, while tho left flank was being grammar. Iv Southern Russia camels arc much held by the Fusiliers and the Glouceused by farmers for field work. They ster. The scheme was well devised, even stand the climate fairly well fur- but failed in execution owing to tho ther north. fact that tho Boer position which While dressing for her wedding s formed our objective was evacuated. Vienna woman learned of the groom's Our artillery quickly reduced tho death. Three days later she married volume of tho enemy's fire, but the itALKit, the inventor of the linotype, who has been in poor the principal one and the column was health for some time, ii seriously ill at compelled to change. Tho Boer attack had been silenced for a time and his he mo in Baltimore. Thf Bon Marche department store our infantry advanced, covered by In Paris has the largest kitchen in tho cavalry. The one my now began, to world. It provides food for all of the develop a heavy counter attack, and ;C00 employes of the house. as they were in great numerical L!i;ur. Bkujibv, of tho Olympia, is superiority. Gon. White gave orders said to bo the greatest smoker in the for the infantry to be gradually with navy. Except when on duty, he drawn. The movement was carried has a cigar close at hand. out with great steadiness and deliberaThomas A. Enisox will treat by his tion, under cover of our guns which new electrical process the ore from the made excellent practice. Some shells Oriti goldmines of New Mexico, which were thrown into tho town from the be has just bought for $3,003,000. enemy'.'! at a range of over Georoe Uoulij, "ho lias the fox- 0,000 yards, but no damage was done. hunting fever very badly, has just pur Tho engagement lasted soveral hours chuscd one of the finest and largest and resulted on our side in casualties of fox hounds in England. One of the rapidly thinning band of estimated at from 00 to 100. Boer old abolitionists is Mrs. Frances E. H. losses must have largely exceeded this Harper, of Philadelphia who cele- total. Tho attack was admirably debrated her 74th birthday recently. livered by our right and the Boers AN Australian sent his sweetheart were fairly driven out of their strongmoney to pay her passage from Eng- holds near Lombard's kopje. It was land. On her way over she fell in love not possible, however, to push the witli a passenger and married him. success much further, as beyond that Metaxs get tired as well as living point lay a long, broken ridge, affordbeings. Telegraph wires are better cover. Of :onductors on Monday than on Satur-aa- ing every kind of natural this the enemy took the fullest advanon account of their Sunday rest, 1 tnd a rest of three weeks adds 10 per tage. Our shells failed to dislodge the ent. to the conductivity of a wire. What is called photographing in re- Boera. and as our Infantry moved forlief is done by a Frenchman. The ward in extended order, they came siodcl is placed so that concentrated under a heavy and well directed rlfio light fallb upon him from opposite fire, the effect of which was soon aplides bringing the salient points into parent. Gen. White, who was with rreater prominence, 'lwo successive the center, seeing that tho troops on 5lms aro taken, and a print obtained pressed, 6ent Irom these after they have been exact- the right were somewhat to their assistance the whole center ly superposed. Dr. Wkm.do.y, the new bishop of Cal- column, with tho exception of tho cutta, has accomplished a linguistic Devonshire regiment. The battle had then lasted four eat. Six months after his arrival in India he took a full confirmation serv- hours, during which the artillery flro ice in the Bengali dialect atRannghat, on both sides had been almost incesIn the diocese of Calcutta. Bishop sant. The naval blgade, which landed tVelldon has already given a sermon in Durban, had arrived on tho scene the Bengali vernacular, which is the at toward the end of tho fight and immea no mostly spoken in the Calcutta diately brought their heavy guns into The first head of the Vanderbllt e play. Their practice was magnifilived to the good ago of 83, the cent. At the fourth shot the enemy's had been knocked out of iccond dropood of 18 years younger ine" the third lopped off nine years action. irom the age of his predecessor, and The town is now freed from appre17 years from the ago 0 his grandThroughhension of bombardment. father. The man who makes and lays out the engagement tho Boors held tho foundation for it lives th longest, courage and tenacity and thoso who care for it stun to find their ground with that having countless millions tends to and, considering tho intensity of our artillery fire, they must havo suffered ihorten life's fitful dream I'HiLBrus Sawvkb, of Bevercly. Wisconsin, has contributed 80,000 to I Jr. Ilrrnanl'a Curs for Imanlty. lid the Ladles' Benevolent society of Centkuville, la., Oct 31. Dr. R. Dahkosh in building a new home for Bernard, whose cure of insanity by rethe friendless, and securing an endow-cefor it. setting a bone in the patient's neck has The increase In the number of med- excited great interest among the phyial women in Great Britain is held' by sicians of this section, has been invittho medical men to bo astonishing. In ed to visit the state asylum for tho inLoudon aior-- there ei now 85 regis- sane and examine tho patients there. tered and qua'iqed medical women, almost all of whom are in practice. Ordmed to South Africa. South of Av.i, in southern Illinois, London, Oct. 31. The second m tho bairaer cornfield of the world. of the duke of Cornwall's light It will give this year 000,000 bushels of nfantry, Lieut. Col. Aldworth coni sorn, an overage of 100 bushels to th aanding, now stationed at Dcvenport, tcro nan been ordered to South Africa. S1.S0C,-000. st forty-pounders, pro-tent- Gkn. Jouukkt, the llocr lender, Is 63 rears old. Umtkd States opal mines havo been They .A'llvnnceil at Ladysmith Monday. Iractahla M tho ItcioltiUuii Uopei'l mul (irniluilly Washi.n-OTO.v- nnil yulel and (Hreii Them srlf- Money olus Into Cub. Oct. 80. Gen. Fitshugh nrrived In Washington Sat- urday night from New York, in an in terview Sunday, said that the people of tuba are steadily improt.-- g under the existing protectorate of the Jnlted States and tire slowly but surely rehoiuoi and building their repairing their crippled fortunes. Life niiil property are secure in Cuba owing largely, ho s.iiil, to the salutary restraint exercised by American He thinks the time authority. not npo yet however, for a purely Cuban government. "Cuba" said Gon. L e. "is improving. The Ctibaus are tractable and quiet and the revolution ha given them elf respect and self-r- e Lee. who wui-w.ini- ed mill-t.ir- y a ci". 11 s 'Their impulse are generally In tho ri 'lit direction, but of course, bothjln the theory and prac'.iee of nt, they are wholly without experience. There is among certain Cubans a deep sealed prejudice against some men who, tho Cubans think, oppressed ubins under Spanish rule, and If given a free rem tho Cubans would mako short work of them. 'The United States government Is uli'dircd to ur.uitiudeiendence to Cuba after the island has been pacified, and I believe that promise should bo fulfilled Just as swiftly as we can in rea son and justice. The industrial situa tion Is imnrovliiL- - and money Is gradu ally irolng itito Cuba, but nothing like as fast as It would If Investors wcio sure that property jvould remain safo OAJIKETT A. 1IOBAKT. for years to come and bo protected by a government. strongcnough to enappears to indicate that the vice pretw J force law and order." dent was resting quietly. ta vwu ,., ivu uuumb COTTON INDUSTRY. ever since the close of congress. Dr. Newton refused to make an 111 outhern Stair IIkt Vital definite statement as to the cause In Ilia l):oiiiiriit nuil Control of Mr. Hobart's Illness, lie said, how by Aliirrlra. Atlallc ever, that the report that Mr. Ilobart" mind was jn any way affected by t CiiAitiorru X. C, OcL 30. In ad illness was untrue. This statement! dressing a large ga herlng of southern was also made by members of ths cotton manufacturers and planters at family and by Herbert Tuttlc, the vIcj Charlotte under tho auspices of tha president's secretary. chamber of commerce, John Barrett, A. A. Wilson. Mr. Hobart's late United Suite minister to Slam, said ho dtl said: "The south has vital Interest in friend and not think Mr. Ilobart would dlo Mon- development and control of Aiatie day night, but that he feared the vIcJ markets by America. The time wt.l presldcut had not long to live. Ho r soon come when tho far east will Jused to enter into details tclatlvo. .sume every surplus pound of cotton. t' tMe south the malady from which tho p ufactureU or suiicrcit, out 111s iuca was mat mi'.o era produce, making her independent necessarily fatal, although not Imm- 'of the in. rkets of England and in r P (. Intrt .Mar-ir- llfc-lon- rj law-partn- rnwj-thn- 1 Ku-roo- e. ediately ao. Washington, Oct. Vice President severe relapse and might not be ablo to survive the latest attack shocked Washington, where ho Is decidedly popular and highly respected. It had been known for some time that a sudden attack might completely prostrate him nt any moment, and it was realized that his days of activity were over, but nevertheless his friends hero wero not prepared for Monday's advices. 31. The news that To accomplish this result four imIlobart had suffered a portant coi liitionsnre nceo.snry which In theniM.'Lve r inter-depende- nt first, cuiistruetioti of trans Isthmian c canal; second, myingof a cat le; third, protection of markets in China aceordiug to treaty rights, and fourth, permanent control of the Philippine." The sentiments cxpronscd were received with warm approval. tr.'itis-Paeltl- pi-e- Patkkso.v. '. J., Oct. SI. Dr. Newton left Vice President Hobart's house at 3:10 Tuesday morning and went to his own home, half a block away. He was very reticent as to the condition of the vice president, but said tho pa. ticnt was still sleeping and that there had been no change in his condition. ADM. DEWEY TO MARRY. y, lie Announce to Iiitlmat I'rlnndt lilt to Air. Ilaiao, of Washington Data of Wadillnc 'ot Sat. tion was telegraphed Monday to the 1st regiment of Maryland, tho 1st battalion naval reserves of that state and the Baltimore drum corps to boa special escort of honor to Adm. .Schley in the big parade which will attend the admiral's recent ion here next Saturday. Adm. Schley will bo tho guest of Atlanta November 4 and 5, going the day "following to Birmtnghiitn. Coal I'liiulnt. HiraMlniitd. IlUJto.v, S. I)., OcL SO. A coal ,lin. ulil.-Atlanta, Ga., r Ml. I OcL i.tt Atlanta. SO. An invita- Threo companies Manila, of Col. Boll's regiment have had two encounters with the Insurgents near Lnbam and scattered them. The insurgents left four officers and eight men dead on tho field and the Americans captured threo, prisoners and several guns. On Clio American side one man wns killed and two officers and six men wore wounded. dipt. French took a reconnoiterlng party beyond Lubnm lifter ho had met tho enemy, and was reinforced by M11J. Bishop with two compauiea. The insurgents brought up cavalry reinforcements and there was n second light during which their leader, Maj. Salva-- . dor, was killed and many were wounded and curried aw.ty. Col. Bell has been given a free hand around ll.icolor. He has 00 mounted men scouring the country dally and they tiro killing many Filipinos in skirmishes. The Spanish commission, which entered the Insurgent lines a mouth ago with money to relieve the wants of several thousand military and civil Spanish prisoners, returned to Angeles Monday. Tho commissioners report that they spent most of tho time In Torino and vicinity, where there aro some 2,700 sick Spaniards In the and Tuo Filipinos them, refusing to surrender them, as well us the other pmiish prisoners, In the hope of compelling Spain to recognize the independence of the Island. From Turlao to llamban, about of tho way. the commissioners n traveled by train on the of railway. The remainder the journey from ll.1mb.1r. to Angeles they mado on foot, and escorted by handsomely mounted Filipluo cavalry. They were received between the outposts by a member ofGen. MacArthur'i staff, and were brought by train to Manila. There nro 14 American prisoners they say at Tarlac, all of whom LlcuL J. C aro well treated. of tho United States gunboat Yorktown, who fell Into the hands of the insurgents at Italer, on tho east const of Luzon, last April, where tho Yorntown had gone on a njieelal mission to relievo the Spanish garrison, is at lling.it. The commissioners have brought a letter to Ucn. Otis from a relatl v of tho inurJcrcd Filipino, Gen. Luna, who wishes to avenge the assassination by Aguiuaidu's olliccrs and who asks a personal interview with the military governor. According to the commissioners' statement Aguin.itdo, who is tintTar.ljis.wnh S,0on tnou, wishes to con tin lit- - the war, although he lias a high opinion of the American ofilcors and soldiers. Gen. Lnwton ho calls "Kl (lencroal dc in Noetic" (the tngnt genera ). because that commander bus. attached him so often in the darkness that ho never knows when to loo): for him A gin lift' do is said to lie well supllil with arms and ammunition and he is able to got p'.enty of rieo from tho northern provlne". With the Spanish commissioners came a large number of women, the families of eight prominent officers of tho Filipino army, who recently to Gen. Otis for permission to scud their families to Manila. Upon the receipt of tho military governor's reply, tho nature of which has not been disclosed, the wonrti and chltdten started under escort, from Tarluu for When they nrtho American lines. rived Monday Gen. MaeArthur compelled thcui to halt about a mllu our outpoits where they will remain while their credentials are being examined. OcL 31. hos-plUi- Feed your nerves, .xtso, onpure b!ood it yoti ivouia nxix mem strong. Met And women tvbo are nervous Are so be cause their nerves Are stArved. Whe. t they nuke their blood rich And pun properly fed. nvflh Hood's SArsjpArlllA their nervous ness disApptArs beCAuse the nerves Arc Remember Weeds ...-. A Tiorrrninn SahSahwiiffa - - - ..a.t g Too I.nte. burst into tlir prian yard, "ltcpnrvcd!" lie shouted, and waved a nantr aloft the warden, sadly. 'Too late, "I the innuliiiiiKcd already?" "No, but lie lu eaten the lictrty break. colTre nnd potatoes!" fat of ham and Incentive clcmrncj wsi all nitat in itr, pUtr, but it could not be ufiid to inter-trr- e with the conventional eutirte of event. Yen, the hornriiMii's slm! wns umlrutahh Iml titi thitt nvailnl little nr until. ins under the circunittaiicet. Detroit Journal. cs, done for inc. IS fJn., Miyat Jnaun Criiiv, "I feel it my duty to write and let you snow what your medicine. 'H DrotM,' liat , I year, but m able to I up tnott uf the tine, unlil a jciir ago lal Mjy. v.hn I wa tssen down and not able to nunc almtit. AUmt nt week ao I saw your ailvertwe-uieand wrote for a wmplo bottle. After Ukiue a few d.xri. It did me so much good nt htr had rheumatism nliout l. ill-tre- at ill-fe- ed I ordered some more fur mjMflf and YhmU and in every caie it lias done won-ieDr. nnd Riven perfect satisfaction. WoodlilT, my family pli.vncisti.wlH ha had that w two-thir- ds Manlla-Dagupa- rhrtimatmn 15 yar, iukini:'5 Drop, and ay it i the niot ellicient theiiin tic medicine lie tiaa eser Ued May ,11, 1SW." The above refers to "A I)ro," a perfect cure for rheumaUim, kidney and all kindred complaints. The proprietor, hwan-so- u llhcumahe Co., 161 I .ate St., Chicaco, offer to rr.d a USe sample lxittle for only J0e. dunnc the next 30dsr. He ure to resd their advertisement of last week. Thorouajbbrod. ocirty dame, who I an ardent upholder of the Socttly for the Prevention of Crtir'.ty to Animal, omii a little fox terrier of hich he it exceedingly fond. A man who called on her the other day uu admiring the do and aikcd her mlitrtit huw ihr. with all her humane theoriei, could have allowed the cruel dug fancier lo cut oil Snap' tall and eat to the failiionaUr degree of brevity. The dame drew herself up and replied, with some hauteur. "My dear ir, fcnap exjiecled it. Hvery thoroughbred fox teirler ntiect to have his (ail and ear ikortened. And that hiiinblrd man went away taring to hlmelf: "Thal' the first time I eier thought ol 'nohteiie oblige,' a applying to fox Ktiquirer. A New York GUI-mor- e, To !. Aniirlri and loulhern n I a. Call-f- or Every Pnday nighl, at 10 5.1 p. in., a Angele and tliroufa Car for I the Chicago, Southern lUlilornu, & M I'aul iUiiway I'moti M,lMuk Malion, Chicago, vu Omalia, Colorado Spring and bait lit), for all points in Co.orado, Utah, Nciada and California. In addition to the regular PuUnis' sorter, ouch cor 1 ateoMiNiiucd by an lmf!li-gM- t, catwetcnt ami eetirtMtua "mortar, ' wit w ta the wtintaof rb rjule. This i an Mdrnlr new feature of tourMt car htvic and wfll be apprm or by lad travelir. ntnl by fa mih Particular attention t paid to the alone care of rhi.dmi, who usually get wsary on a Ion journey 1 nese t unit ears are i1tjmk car supplied with all the ttrreMary to mahc th- comforub.c and p!aMiit, and tb berth rate (each berth will two person) it um JR W from to CaJtforaM. Afc the .tear ticket 2tHt for a tour cr fakk-r- , orddrcGco. 11. llcalfoni, Gnral and Tiktt Acnt, Ckicajo, 111. Tunl i.e pSTi jrny acenf aevom-modat- e Chi-cag- o Pa, aj-pil- a "I have enjoyed onr oonvttmtien much!" she evcttiitiwd, si h wv t go. '" to talk with "It is so And after ht had left him be risrinbcrl he hadn't Ucn able lo art In ten uwrd that (dgruitc thrtmghout the vrholo conversation. Somarvillc Journal. li Ilk- - r ii lli il ,y , I Still (Irently reduced rate sin ihq 0. II. K I). Itnllromi Ticket sold on Novitnla--r 5?J r nnd 9), limitcl to I, for reiuni. AU your nearot C H A: 1). aent for full purtfeulnrx regarding tlmo of truliis nnd Mir Tbcy had been an hoitr. lliijosril It. nltig tsther far hclf bn-yo- nd rnto. "Oh, famine PHILIPPINE COMMISSION. .11 ludlanaolii Journal, ye, he liaie all women." "I scon-de- r what particular woman ha began withf Washington, Oct. 81. Adm. Dewey dio-:os- for-mn- announced to some of his more intimate friends Monday night the fact of his engagement to Mrs. W. B. llazen, of this city. Mrs. Hazcn is tho widow of Gen. Hazcn. formerly chief signal officer of tho army, who died about ten years ago, and is a sister of John It. McLean, democratic candidate for governor of Ohio. Mrs. Hazon has no children, and since her husband's death has made her home with her mother. She is a woman of large means, about 40 years of age and popular in the best social circles of Wusliiugton. Adm. Dewey, at the theater Monday night, informed Secretary Long of his engagement to Mrs. Hazcn. It is understood that the wedding will take pluce some time in November. wentj.l Itu Yaart at Hard Labor. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 31. Herman Muller, who killed Policeman John Kossow a month ago, was Monday night found guilty of murder in the second degree and was sentenced by Judge Wallber to 25 years in state prison at hard labor. 1 Ex-Se.at- llewvjr Kobbtr nt St. Louih, Oct. nings, street railway paymaster, was robbed Monday of 81,043 in cash and 848,000 In checks. He was on a northbound Broadway cable car at tho time. As he entered the car ho was jostled by threo men, who jumped off and went toward the river. Tho lu St. Lnuli. 31 Robt. B. Jen- rm. U00.O0O tons, and Thjr llnid 1 hair I Irtt Notion, All bura UeliiB- I'rrient 1 Iip llratlng wholesale dealers find it almost ImposWill II W.crU sible to got their orders filled. shortage is tho fact that for tho Washington, Ocl 31. The it is nearly impossible to get cars, owheld its first meeting ing to tho heavy business being trans- nt the quarters selected for them in acted by the roads. the Arllngtou Monday. Prof. Schur-manfor whoso arilval tho other The 20lh Kaiiiu Lcvr for Ilomr. members havo been waiting, reached San Fiiancibco, OcL 30. Tho 20th Kansas volunteers, who were muster- Washington Monday mornlngand paid ed out of servico Saturday, left for an early cull at the state department, homo Sunday in a special train mado after which he went to tho eommlv of three lections and provided by tho slon's rooms, where Adm. Dewey and Denby were waiting. Prof. people of tho Sunflower state. Brig. Col. was the last to arGen. Funston and 11. J. Allen, prlvatu Worcester commission Hat secretary of Gov. Stanley, accompauy rive, and tle to business soon down after tho reglmcnL 10;30. It was announced before tho Tortnrad to Extort Coiifrttlon, meeting that all tho Missions would bo Kosciusco, Miss., OcL 20. Lawless- secret and that none of tho deliberaness reigns in Leake county, the scene tions would bo made public until the of tho murder of five of the Gambrill commission had finished its labors. family, for which Joe Leflore, colorcJ, Col. Danby said that no programme was burned at the stake. Citizens have had been arranged and that it was imbeen trying to get evidence against possible to say even what general Leflore's accomplices. Several colored coursu would bo followed till after tho men have been whipped and one tor- commissioners had discussed the mat- -' tured by firebrands, in an endeavor to ter. Meeting will bo held from 10 till extort a confession. 1 dally. Aru Aniiuttad at tlm shoulder. I!iiiIii I'orilon LAWiiKNCKnuno, Ind Oat. 30. Jacob Littlk Hock, Ark., Oct. 31. Flro nt Heintz was bitten on tho arm so severeHoratio, on the lino of the Kansas ly by a vicious horso that attending City, Pittsburgh and Gulf road Mim- physicians have decided tho limb must day destroyed tho business part of tho be amputated at tho shoulder in order town, entailing losses estimated at to save his life. S50.000, with but llttlo insurance. There is a shortage of Out-reaso- n on is threatened in tills pirt of tho statv. u, .ook at votirself I To" vour face covered with pimples? Your skin rouRh and blotchy? It's your Jlvcrl Ayer's Pills nre liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, ana dyspepsia. 25c. All druggists. .'limn V2I18 BUCXINGHAM'S DYE t9fiilSS, rs Want your mnuiucho or r nru nuricr hrt iiin ma Mail A a Utaulllul Nasi ny )t, r f rJ sa L Itl.'AllKILH OP THIS PAI'KIt lllMllllNtl TO IIUV ANVTHINO AIlVKItriflKI) I.N ITM COl.tJMNB hllOn.l) INHISV t.'11)N IIXVIN'd WHAT TIIKV AHIC I UK, IIKKUBINU ALL HUI1STITIJTIC4 UK IM1TAT1UNH. xm . I bat-allo- u San FitANcisco, OcL 31. The remaining eight companies of the 31st volunteer Infantry sailed for Manila Saturday night on tho City of Peking, Lit Hhvb Sulcldfid ! Minuting. l.nft Ion Orphan Clillilrnn. Camdk.v, N. J., Oct. 30. Christopher Djlyion. O., OcL 31. Mrs, Julia Viclc JO years old, proprietor of C. Chow tlio wlrfrm U'hnin liniti.. !..... the largest department store In south- ed Thursday nlpht last a the result ern Now Jersey, committed suicide in of a irasollno exnloslon. and who wm his store In this city Sunday by shoot-lu- badly burned, died Monday nlgliL fehe himself in the head. leaves ten orphan children. rrt u . (i.irltt. At ilriiinfl.lftiir . hv . .. V2.-mail nn receint of prico. an cm ami ci.imj. WILLIAMS Sir Q. CO. ITOpl., LI.KVKI.ANtl, OHIO. CITTO rerinuneally Cured. No fltsornerv-- al Oniiini'k atler ifru imy auwiurltr K lino (Ireat Norm IlKtiorer. US irlil bottlosml IrcuiUo irev, in. u. ii.ivi.iMK, i.m ,wi Arcnru.,rniu. ru. ' mm'-- Hr Wllllami.' tndlnn I'll (ilnlinciii will euro lllliut. Illeeillua ami IIcIiIiik I'lli'i. It uti.orln Hi Itcli-lnlumur, altar tha n at onro, act lnuuit I'rt'i.arcil for I'llea aiul ItctiliitKif tuo prlvaia t( waiDinirujD. PATPNT O iirrmitvra.i11)1. (!. I'.tlablithtd I Hend fur ttrti liooktet. M llo Ublcagu, n. CIUTiaul, Ilmni-be- g Uulrolt. SC liuyoravllsiirtliliiir for you. Our farlllllei rlt tiivoroii'1 niouar. lUVim. UU,CluiuusU.O a, Juut liuuiVMiu. TrrH jjf.J4 i iii eVaaa -- iTfnfT1! MiM " - leaf mMmw TaaleeeeeaTT-- a s aTia - ' r,r - - - -- nHHH PUBLIC DOMAIN. Aniiiiul Heport of Commissioner Hep maun, of the General Laud Office. THE SYSTEM TESTED? staperluient In Telegraphing netwesa War Vessels Without Wires y tfaa Navy Department. Nkw IN BRYAN'S of STATE. Illinoii Talks The navy 4 partment continued its testa of tht Marconi system of wireless telegraphy A'roteellnn Against rorett Fires la Urged Friday. Tho demonstrations are beIt It Kitliiialad tho Average Yearly ing made on the flagship New York Luis From This Can I Nat and tho battle ship Massachusetts In Lets lhan the North river off the foot of Thirty-fourtstreet The ships lay 448 yards Washington, Oct. 37, Tho annual apart and the demonstration was one report of Commissioner Hermann, of of speed and accuracy. Codo mestho general land office, inatlo nubile sages, using both the navy and Thursday shows a grand total of U29, tho Morse codes, international 30S,0dtJ acre of unappropriated and were sent, besides numbers and unreserved publlo lands in tho United letters selected at random. The largStates. Tho disposals of publlo lands est continuous message was a newsduring tho fiscal year shows an in paper article of 200 words. In all, crease of T'JSilO acrca an compared there wore six demonstrations and the with the aggregate ol tho previous work continued with Intervals of preyear. Tho total cash receipts of tho paration for about two hours. Slgnor service increased STU'J.H'J over last Marconi said hu paid no attention to year. Original homestead entries the speed attained as the navy departshowed a decrenso of 'JH.0T0 In area in ment was moro particulars to tho acvolvcd and final entries an tucrcnio curacy. of 50,133 In area. There were ISO, 'J ho equipment overhead consisted fill acre, certified or patented as only of wires strung from tho cross sunmp lauds during tho year, an in beams of both vessels. On the New creitko of nimo.l 70,000. Indian and York the upp.tratu. was hi the ml.ccllniicnus lnnd patents issued ag- after gun room, and here SIgnor Margregated 312, 13 acres, and ('JO.ToO coni did his work. On tho Massachuacre scluctrd by the various states setts tho receiving nnd sending wai .and territories were approved and cer- done In the cnptnln's otllcc, where one tified for educatiunal and other pur of Marconi's assistants was stationed. ponca. Under tho several railroad The clicking of thu Instruments is vigrantn made by cemgress there were brant nnd could bo heard throughout certified and patented last year SOI, either ship. 6'it nerus of land, together with fiO.SDi Of the naval board which is supera.rvn for wagon ru'id construction. vising the tests, Lieut. Commander Tlie commit, loner maker a number Newton aul Lieut. Hill watched the looking to the work on tho flagship and Lieut. Bliss of recommendation betterment of the land laws and their was on tho Massachusetts. When the administration, and suggests tho en tests wore concluded they held a conlargemetit of the Mount Hauler na- ference on tho New York and comtional park in Washington and the pared notes. They will make a final Yellow .Stone national park in Wy- rcH)rt to tho chief of the bureau oming. of equipment of the navy de1'rotectlon ngniust forest fires la es- partment, felgnor Marconi docs not pecially urffiL It Is estimated that know whether these preliminary the average yearly lots from this cause tests will be continued on Saturday Is not lets than 30.000,000. Tho proper but it is expected that on Monday the utilisation of tho grating lands on the New York and tho Massachusetts will public domain U a)M urged, and It Is cruise off Sandy Hook hi order ta pointed out thai so long as the laws make a long distance test of tho sysrequire ititllmen and oilier lumbermen tem. They may bo away from the to pay a fair price to the government auohorago for several days. At times for ttuibrr stippllo. drawn from pub-li- e the vessels will bu 10 mllet from each laud there should be an equal other and this svltl be the crucial levied on the grazing demonstration. large If Micccsful it will products of publlo lands. The govern prove sysvnluable the low uicnt. It is urjeed, should derive tem would bo during a naval a revenue from, lousing lauds. Tho engagement, or while a fleet is blockadjustment of the Northern I'acifio ading an enemy's coast. During tho grant shows Srt, ft 0,0VfJ acres as the long distance test tho great guns of quantity of land to which that com- the war ships will bo discharged as a pany Is rntltlrd and thcro Is still due further test. The the company H. Ml. 8.12 acres. None of thc members of tho navat Thole area of thu grant to tho Union loard would give an opinion of the Pacific Is found to bo 12,12y,si3 acres. work done by fcignor Marconi. of which 5,153,010 acres Is still due. Adm. Fnrquhar watched tho demThu whole area of the grant to tho Su onstrations for a time and seemed 1'aul, Minneapolis X Manitoba Co. is greatly interested. and thu company has actually received an excess of 10,07. acrca. Tho A MEMORIAL PARK. adjustment of the Northern Pacific grant shows there will be n deficiency It Hill Inrlude the llattlneliU tr Fredrlcksburc, Chsnrellorsville, 1 !! of more than half a million acres by Tatcrn anil Savarat Ullicrs. the grant of May 81, 13,0. A deficiency may be found under the grant of also WahiU.noto, Oct. US. The members IMi. of thu Fredericksburg national park GEN. GUY HENRY DEAD. commission called on tho secretary of war Friday to lay before him tho plans w Vnrk Cltjr lie Contracted a C'ntil In of the commission for n. memorial park About tleek Ago and l'iiuinutila which whl Include tho battlefields Mil III oii After. of Fredericksburg, Chauccllorsvtllc. Tcbbs Tavern and savsral other fields, Nkw Yoiik. Oct. S7.llrlg. (Ion. Guy comprised In an area of twelve miles V, Henry Is alarmingly ill with pneumonia at his homo in this city. Gen. square on the south side of the RappaA bill is pending before Henry contracted n cold about a week hannock. congress on this subject, and It was ago nnd pneumonia set In soon one to which Secretary Alger had aftor. Medical aid was summoned once, but the attending physi ghen his Indorsement. The committee, at headed by Gen. King, of the commiscian were unablo to check the nil sion, and Ocn. flugglcs, also a member menu (Jen. Henry wn to have left of tho commission, and representing for IiIh now station, the headquarters tho army of tho Potomac, laid tho of tho department of tho Missouri, ul week, but hit lilurat pre plans before Secretary Hoot to give Omaha, this him a fuller idea of tho feasablllty of vented him. tho undertaking nnd to secure, If posKarly Friday morning Soton Hunry, sible, his indorsement of the plan begeneral's son, said that his father's tho fore the next congress. The secretary ondltlon was critical and that hit ol war, without binding himself to death wan expected at any moment. any positive action, promised to da Urlg. Gen. Guy V. Henry, U. S. A., what ho could to tho of luto mllltnry goternor of 1'orto Hico, tho commission. further fow minutes before o'clock died a Friday morning at his home, 130 Mad To Flfbt for ttraat tlrltaln. .food avenue, of pneumonia, aged 00 Manila, Oct. 2, An informal meetyears. Ho had been unconscious for ing was held hero Friday evening of levcral hours, and his end was peace-fu- l. men proposing to proceed to South At his bedside were all the mom-bo- Africa to fight for tho llrltish. More of hit family except his son, Capt. than a hundred Englishmen, Australbo is in the Phil- ians and Amerlcansdeolded logo. They fiuy Henry, Jr., ippines. organized a party and believe they can sccuro 200 more men. The volunVatatl In Favor of Nicaragua CanaL teers include frontiersmen. Atlanta, Go,, Oct 27. Tho conven- Englishmen familiar with the TransCommission-o- n tion of the Cotton States of Agriculture association, whinh vaal and commercial clerks. has been in session here for two days, Dlatt rraiu an Operation. hetrd an interesting paper from Gun. Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 28. Capt. Charles tjeou Jaatremlskl, of Louisiana, Thurs-JaII. Lester, U, a A. retired, died Frion "Tho syrup and sugar lnaus-iry.- " day 'night as the result of an operaA resolution proscntod by Hon. tion for cancer of the mouth. He John A. Redhead, of Mississippi, call- fought In the civil wnr nnd had spent ing on senators and representatives of much of his time since then with tho tho cotton states to lend their nld and army in Dakota and Texas. At the nipport to the opening of tho Nicara- timo of his retirement he was In tho gua caiittl was adopted. 8th artillery. Oct. 28. h Yon, Ferraet Governo. to Nebraskans. Cbarsea McKlnler with llelnaT Un&tr tbe Control of tlrndlcntea and m. Corrupt Colonial Poller. Former Gov. John P. Altgcld, of Illinois, opened his speech mnklng lour of Kebraskn at lllalr October 25. An mense crowd greeted the Illinois orator, nnd when he nseended the speakers' stand he received nn ovation. IHn ipeech was punctunted with enthusiasim- tic npplaiiHi-- . In part, he wild: y a "Wo wltnenn In our country most remarkable political phenomenon. Th men who helped to brlmc the republican party Into being anil who BUliled that party In Its itrcat career, and through It helped to shape the destiny of the country, find themxelves now forced to leave It. We see John 8hermnn. noutwell, Henderson, Carl flehurz and a host of men who made the republican party ureal now vigorously denouncing the executive elect-- d by that party and declaring that the The life of the republic Is threatened. conscience of the party l leaving It and slimy hand of corrupt greed Is exercisthe ing absolute control Its career as the child "The party 9f humanity and the champion of liberty. nilM van lien It was guided by Lincoln and his associates. Hut It seems now to have traveled the semlcfrclo and reached he opposite po'e. sshero It Is guided by the slimy hand of Mark Hanna and stands for despotism and pelf. When wo see men levering their connections of n lifetime, cutting loose from all that they helped to build up nnd raising a cry of alarm for their country we may feel assured that the republic is In danger, rented the alarm? H Is not a question It Is not a question whether ae shall add territory to the republic nnd population that shall be hu tIncrease the iled to tha constitution and Inus cf States; for, however men might JirTer oi to the wisdom of such net, they would not regard It as destructive of our Institutions. "Personally, I have no doubt that, moving In the line of a natural growth and levclopment, this republic will expand. It will In time extend to the fror.cn sons of the north. It will In time embrace the West India UtandH, but this development sill come naturally, will come by methods nnd with the consent if the Inhabitants of the territory thus icqulred, will become subject to our constitution and laws and the Inhnbltantn will beeome citizens of the l'lted States. No rlolene will be done to the basic principles I repeat, If It were f free Institutions merely a question of expansion we would e the distinguish! men I have not named raising their voices In alarm and levering their connection with the party they had helped to make great. "It Is a question of establishing n despotic system of government. It Is a question sf following It the wake of Kngland and irqulrlng anl holding subject colonies whose people shall be governed not according to the principles of our constitution and awn, but In violation of them, nnd whose people, Instend of becoming American eltl lens, nre to occupy the relation to us that they formerly oceuplfrd toward Spain. We ire to co Into tha business of robbing other antlona of their liberty, and It Is because his must result In the ultimate destruction if our own liberties and the overthrow of ur own Institutions that the alarm Is alstd. "What, then, (titration tit lt-io- f Is the question which has Ism. if expansion nl nnd duth etruggle for the liberty of man Secri'ary Day wrote to th United Slates consul in China that the McKlnley administration would take no other view of the KlllpLioa than that they were Blmply rebellious subjects of Spain. "Tie war could even now be ended la 2t hours If we would assure them of ultimate Independence. To still further show tho deep scheme that President McKlnley, at the dictates of the syndicates, had endeavored to carry out I direct your attention to the fact that he had applied to congress when it convened In December. 1KW. for a standing army of 100,000 men. Net an army of volunteers, mark you, but a regular army of lOO.Oni) men. The despotisms of Europe rely on regular armies, but this republic has always depended upon the volunteers. The glory of this republic largely rests Upon the achievements of volunteers, yet la the face of this record the president inriku a new departure. Our rcgulsr army had rarely exceeded 25,000 men, but President McKlnley In December, 1S9S, after the war with Spain was over, when there was no enemy threatening our Institutions or assailing our rights anywhere, asked congress to establish a regular army of four times Its former strength. What was this fort Two KliitW of Soldiers. "If there was a definite purpose In view why did he Insist upon having n regular arm My friends, the explanation was recently given by Gov. Mnd, of Minnesota, when he stated that tho volunteer soldier carries a conscience as well as a gun. This kind of a soldier Is not 10 well suited for purposes of despotism as '.he regular sol Her, who Is supposed to bo a mere brutfl. righting machine and to hnve no So long as we adhere to the conscience principles of the declaration of independence Juit that long a voi'untcer army is the most desirable, but when we wish to depart from republican principles of government ard to enter Into u brutal struggle for the subjugation of weakerpcoplc, when we wuh to establish despotic principles of government, then we need h different kind of sodler, Have you reflected upon the confluences of having a body of men set apart from the iVst of the community, having !ae standards of honor and supported by the rovornment nnd spending their time large y In gambling, flirting, scfiemlng. Intriguing and dissipating? "Tre American people were shocked at the rtvi'atlons of the recent Dreyfus trial. Yet, my friends, the conditions existing In rrar., as disclosed in that Dreyfus trial, nre tfie raturai and legitimate outgrowth of nilltarldin. It rests on brutality and force No tet of men who are permitted to ett bread that Is earned by the sweat of other men's brows understand free Intuitu ions or are safe guardians of liberty. It w.i a rr.an swaggering In a glittering Uniterm who recently declared that we had outg-ow- n the eonstltutlon. Ilrushlngasldo the eonstltutlon with brass buttons nnd a iwbrl is i prf jrmance thut the world has ft heron familiar with, and It always tin same thing." slg-nlil- eye Ujon a people who were mnklng a life rtfht to sell and deliver them. Inmad of looklrg with a friendly and encouraging tt S MAIfc -- .f-n A INfciWa m t. .,-. r-- . KIC.K.-UF- S. . . j-- w ,w.--. S 9 KNOTT'S RESIGNATION. HWlll Ileeom First Kxtamlv Vice 1'rssldant BANKING FIRM FAILS. lb 1'lant ystem, th South Most Kallway HysUm. 30. of An Assignee Appointed for IX A. Sarr Co., Lexington Th llank la Time ' Will ray Dollar for Dollar. Lorjtsvit.LK, Ky., Oct. Stuart R. Knott, whose resignation as first vice president of tho Louisville & Nashville railroad, has been accepted by the board of directors, is to become first vice president of tho Plant system, tbo south's largest railway system. He is to have charge of t radio transportation and general operation and will virtually bo the head of the big system. Mr. E. R. Erwiu, who was Lexinotox, Ky., Oct- - 29. The bank Ing firm of D. A. Sayre & Co., whose prcsldont, E. D. Sayre, died Sunday, assigned Friday. It was the oldest bank in the city, hbving been founded in 1820. Tho Security Trust &. Safety Vault Co. was made assignee. The bank was capitalized at 837,000. The deposits are placed at 8140,000. The asslgnco states It will pay dollar for dollar, but it will tako all tha property bolonging to J. W. and E. D. Sayre, jr., sons of tho president, who are the chief stockholders, to pay out. They havo a large amount of negotiable paper, but as it is several months under due the bank could not sccuro money to meet the calls. itoctcd president of tho Plant system upon tho death of President Plant a short time ago, is & lawyer and not a practical railroader. Consequently he will only look after the financial affairs of tho company, leaving everything else to Mr. Knott. It is learned from a GOV. BRADLEY'S TRIP. reliable source that Mr. Knott's salary as first vice president of the Plant He Wi.l Leave Aa.ilanit First or Nell lines will be S20.000. It will be readMonth on a bpeetal Train Will ily cccr that tho cilice of tho big Speak In Sver.l Towns. southern system was such an advantageous one that Mr. Knott could not FitAMCFonv, Ky., Oc- 27. It is about refuse It. Mr. Knott's headquarters settled that Gov. H.idlcy's special will be in the south, probably at At- traiu will leave Ashland, Ky., Novemlanta. Theofflcoof the president Is in ber 1 or 2. He will ci.mo down the New Yorlr. a & O. the first day, speaking at RusMr. Kuott returned to tho city Sun- sell, Concord, Vanccburg, Maysvllle, day from Cincinnati. When seen by Dorcr, Augusta, Foster and perhaps a reporter he said that he did not care Covington. Next day Bradley's private to tall: about his future plans. "I can car will bo switched to the Cincinnot see," said he, "that the name of nati Southern tracks, when spvchcs the railroad with which I expect to bo will be made at Ludlow, Erlnnger, connected or the nature of my duties Walton, Williamstown, Georgetown, arc matters of any Interest. I do not Lexington, Nicholasvillo, Danville, assume the new work until the first of Somerset and other points. The rest next year and that is a little too far in of 11 rad ley's political journey has not. advance to warrant any definite state- yet been planned. ments from mc" - 11 Underwriters Organise. y - -- "On April IS, 1S0S rongrrst declared war sgutnst Spain. It declared that the Inland jf Cuba was nnd of right ought to be free ind independent, nnd, among others, adopted this resolution: 'Fourth, Tint the United States hereby disclaims any dlspo-iltlo- n or Intention to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or control over said island ex- :ept for the pacification thereof, and the determination, when that Is to leave the government and rontrol of the Is'and to Its people ' "This was high ground ar.d was In harmony with the principles of our government It commanded the reipect of the world nnd placed us In a me.re favorable tnd honorable lght than any nation had ever occupied. IJut a change soon came iver the spirit of the administration. You recall that prior to the declaration of war Hie great eyr.dlcate and the Influences that were controlling the administration neroopposed to interfering. It was claimed that pome of them were Interested In Spanish onds and other property rights ard were, therefore, willing to see the Cubans iluughtt-reso lor.ff n It did not affect them, nnd President McKlnley. who was ippnrently under the control of these Influences, slated that rather than embarlc his administration In an unholy war he have it go down Into history ns n failure. Note the words. He wns nuked to ro to war In tho causo of llbert, and he talked about nn unholy war "Hut the American people forced to net, nnd no sooner did congress sdopt tho declaration of wnr than the syndicates, the politicians and other powerful Interests that had opposed It turned around snd apparently took charge of the government nnd went In with a determination to In make as much ns possible out of the the way of contracts. In the way of otllees snd In tho way of advantages cf money-makin- g which the Island where the war was to be carried on might offer, nnd from that time on the entire tone of tho administration was changed. as-ter- ts con-cress r Tlir .Moiir -- Mnklnr Influence. in prt nnd In One breath: "I hold and being a buclness man nnd being n a community where men have themselves in this business and who hav devoted all of their lives to the accunplUhmcnt of Industry that much cree'J. can be given to them who have tiled the destiny of this government W4sBterUillcUs of It In the direction which Wlii'lorm7 the best Interests of this country and which has been due to the aid and care of the republican party." Cicero in his reply to Hajne, or Dan'd Kl'tqiieiict from llniinn. Tils is n great year for the discovery in holes unci corners where of the'j were not previously known to exist,' We hae praised the blossoming Gng nnd glorified the new mown Hay. We .ill now, for our instruction, reproduce a gem from the Youngstown effort of the unexnuipled Hunna. He snid UNDER THE HAMMER. Tlnibar Lam! and the I.lcUlnj Valley Itall- road Sold by the Matter Cnmmll- sloner to Ksstorn I'artles. LKXtNaTOX, Ky., Oct. 23. Master collaboration with his cousin Noah, denouncing Catiline, would not hnve been a foot high by the side of this eloquent burst. Washington Times. iel Webster In lunfruagC'imirdcrlnir. A ra y, Hitideiits and Professors Injured. CtticAiio, Oct. 27. Four students nnrt .wo professors of tho University of Chlcngo were injured in an explosion sf chemicals In Kent laboratory Thurs-la- y and many others wcro almost overcome by stnoko and tho f umos of nitric .tcld. llmperors to Meet. London, Oct, 27. According to tho ilurlin correspondent of tho Dally Mall ;Etnporor Nicholas and Kmperor William will meet at Darmstadt before the raiser goes to Engl an I. TiilumfB' Mirrcstor, Waskixoiox, Oct. ss. A Httcceuorto Dr, Talmngo was elected Thursday night .by tho First Presbyterian Hot. Donald 0. McLcod, of church. Mcadvllle, 'Pa., was chosen. Ho Is 2'J "Ity successive steps vro have followed In the footsteps of Kngland iind have embarked upon a corrupt colonial policy. Kngland maintains a colonial policy In or der to have odlces to give to the sons of the aristocrats and In order to bo able to exploit tho lnduitry of others.1 We are embarking upon a colonial policy In order to furnish places for corrupt nnd hungry poli ticians and to enablo syndicates to exploit the Industry of tho Philippine Islands. After having stood upon the declaration of Independence for a century and a quarter ind held It out to the world ns a guide for all people, we nre now stabbing it to denth, turning our backs upon this glorious career nnd are entering Into a scramble with other despotic nations of the world on the low and barbarous plane of brute force. "The president has been practicing a confidence game upon the American people. Everything points to the fact that the policy of Imperialism and forcible acquisition of the Philippine Islands was settled upon early In the summer of IMS. when the syndicates were camping In the white house nnd strnddilng the nation. Karly In August, UJ8, (Ion. Mcrritt, who hud Just come from Washington and was In tho secret of tho administration, took command of tho American forces nnd reversed tho policy of a friendly attitude toward the Philip-ilne- c He refused o recognize Agulnaldo nnd the Philippine ofllcers, and publicly stated that he could tako no more notice of Agulnaldo than It he wcro a mcro boy In tho Corrupt Colonlnl Policy. Combinations of capital are the outgrowths of the proteuthe tariff, ac cording to Mnrk Hnnnn. He is the lirst- republlcnn of his kind to neknowleelge that the tariff Is the parent of the trusts. Many more progressive nnd broader minded republicans hn.e that the trusts gaiiinn immense benefit from the tariff nnd they have declared themselves In fnor of tnriffs wherever they protect trusts. Hut Mr. Henna Is the only man In the country who has the temerity to commit the double folly of defending trusts hecnuse they nre the creation of the tariff and of praising protection because it has built up the trusts. Kansas City .Stat As lntc ns May 1, 1S9S, there wasn't it traitor in the United Stntes. The nation was In ecstasy over its unity nnd solid loyalty. The McKlnley administration has ninny merits, yet moat distinguished of nil Is the fact that within less than two years it has managed to make n'lore "traitors" out of sincere, conscientious, liberty-lovinand God fen rintr citizens thun any other administration in nn equal period of time since this republic was rouneieu. Hence nrises the Imperative necessity thut Mr. McKlnley should be Indorsed. Springfield (Muss.) Ilepubllcnn. ree-ogninbol-ishltif- Commissioner George C. Wobb left on Thursday afternoon for New York to close a eleal by which the properties of the Licking Valley Railway Co. and tho Sterling Lumbor Co. are to change ownership. Tho Licking Valley railroad extends from Salt Lick 10 miles into the 13,000 acres of timber land owned by the Sterling Lumber Co., along the Licking river in the direc tion of West Liberty. All of this property has been incumbered y debt. anel was sold a day or two ago under suits to clpso liens held by Lord & Dudley, of Portland, Mc. II. A. Fisk, of Providence, R-- I., became the pur chaser at S90.000, which is considered about 35,000 less than tho property is worth. FUk's company will erect sawmills on the land and get tho timber into the market. Was 111 Lexixoto.v, Ky., Oct. 30. The Lifo Underwriters Association of Central Kentucky was organized here. It will be incorporated under the laws of Kentucky and will become a member of the national organization of life Insurance agents. The officers chosen were: President, D. A. Chcnault, Mutual Life, Lexington) vice president, P. G. Powell, jr., New York Life, Lexington; secretary and treasurer, IL G. Austin, American Union Life, Lexington. Four More FeadUts Indicted. Manciiesteu, Ky Oct. 29. Four ad ditlonal indictments were made at Manchester Friday in the caso oi tho Phllpots against tho Griffin feudists. They arc Green Griffin, Sam Drown, Charles Harnett and Dan Hampton. 'i;hls makes eight in all, with probability of more. No outbreak has occurred as yot. Circuit Judgo Evorsole is expected at Manchester Monday with two companies of state 'roops. Eastln New La-abe- J t J -- VI i String. 29. Lexinotox, Ky., Oct Own Lawyer. g -- "It is no longer n question of expansion with us; we hnve expanded,' said President McKlnley at Iowa Falls, la., adding: "If there is any question nt all it is one of contracting, and who is going to contract 7" Well, perhaps congress will have something to say on thnt subject. That body may consider it dangerous to let one mnn, even the president, hnve such unlimited power over the constitution nnd the traditional policy of this country us is Implied In Mr. McKlnley'B position on the Philippine question. Philadelphia Ledger. Mr. McKinley always hns n weather vane up to see which wny the wind is blowing, lie does not possess the courage and foresight to decide great problems on their merits. He is not u lender of men in the sense of for-- , mulnting ideas for the piople lo follow or of molding public sentiment. He is constantly on the lookout to see what is the popular thing to do. He has pursued this course nil through his public life, not so muctt from his desire to mtc the people ns to promote his own politlenl fortunes. Kansas City .Star. . street. years of age nnd will receive a salary of 81,800. Hnrrl.nu Coming lliiino. Oct. 28. Tho American line steamer St. Pnu), which sailed from this port Saturday for New York, had among her passengers drnt lionjamiu Harrison and wife. nt SouTilAMiTo.v, cx-Pr- "During September nnd October. 1S9S, tho Philippine commissioner who hnd gone to Pari for that purpose asked to have the peaca commission consider nnd respect the rights of the Philippine people, nnd tho doors were slammed In his face. The attitude of the American commissioners was one of hostility toward him and his people. Tht) commissioners framed a treaty upon the theory that Spain was in full possession nd control of tha Philippines and had a Filipinos Art Huulilii-il- . In the last presidential eompalgn Candidate McKlnley was too busy romancing on the beauties of the proFiunkkout, Ky.,OcU 28, Gov. llrad-lc- y tective tariff f o discuss the money issue. blabbed Ills Debtor. Thursday afternoon reduced the McKlnley Is now too much Candidate Fulton, Ky., Oct. 20. Jim Barton, penitentiary sentenco of James engaged In unfolding the charms of imof Covington, from 15 mouths to farmer, fatally stabbed a colored man, perialism to discuss the tn;t which ii the offspring of his crstwiilfe lovely 11 months. Hennctt wus scut ud for Jack Kennedy, for rcfus'na- - to worU for him after getting in lit' bt. code of protection Houston Post. ciultzzlcment. self-defens- Ilefuied Yonncs'a Declination. Lkxingto.v, Oct. 27. The republican committee Wednesday announced night that it has unanimously refused the declination of Hon. Milton Young, I'ott Offlco nml Klereu llullell Hca llurncd. and thnt his name will go upon tht Cy.ntiiia.va, Ky., Oct. 2S. Tho post office and 11 other buildings at Kelat, ballot as the republican nominee foi this county, wcro totally dcstroj'cd by senator from the 27th senatorial dis trlet. Col. Young will not make a canOre Thursday morning about 3 o'clock. Origin of the fire unknown, but sup- vass for the office. posed to be work of firebugs. Losses The llullat Was Flattened. have not been estimated, but will Lkxisotox, Ky., Oct, 30. Allen Doty reach several thousand dollars, as and Steve Embry, colored, quarreled most of the buildings were business over the affections of a dusky damsel, houses and residences. Embry shot Doty in the forehead. Doty's skull was so thick that after Nick Changes Hands. Stallion making an abrasion of his skin the ball Lkxinotoh, Ky., Oct, 30. Col. M. was flattened. Young, of McGrathiana farm, has sold No Iteqaett for Troop i. to S. Wadsworth, Gcnessee, N. Y the FnAHKKonT, Ky.,Oet29. Judge W. L. black stallion Nick, by imp. Mortimer Retribution. Nick is a brother to Brown, of Laurel county, who was Requlttal, and promises to make a here Friday conferring with Oov. Bradley in regard to the situation in good sire. Price private. Olay county, denied that any requesl lilt Land Deal. had been made for troops to attend thi MiDDLRsnono, Ky., Oct. 29. Messrs. Chadvvell and Griffin trials. Charles II. Baker and Henry U. ColeDr. Danley Made Moderator. man, of Trenton, N. J., havo bought Bowr.iNo Gkke.v, Ky., Oct, 37. Dr. 3,000 acres of mineral and timber lands on Stoncy creek, Tenn. A new iron W. S. Danloy, of Owensboro, was electblast furnace will be erected at once ed moderator of the Cumberland Presbyterian synod, tn session here. Tht at the mouth of Stoney creek. synod will closo Friday night. Frtlher aud Son Uo to l'rlion. IlAiiuwKi.i, Ky., Oct. 30. Tho trial I'ott Office Itobbed. Sayiies, Ky Oct, U7. Tho post ofllct of Tom Clark and son George, who killed a man named Furlong near here was brokcu into aud robbed Tueshere, was ended Saturday. Clark day night. The thieves took all tht cash nnd stamps on hand. Post ofilcf aud sou were sentenceel to tho inspectors aro after tho thieves. for a terra of two years. llou lie Oro In Lexington. Fatal ejunrret Oter Crop. H0PKIXSVIM.E, Ky., Oct. 29. John Lkxinqtok, Ky Oct. 2S. Don Do Oro by imp. Reign D'Ore, dam imp. Robinson shot aud instantly killed his Holla Donna, August Belmont's great brother. Prof. Gcorgo Robinson, a colhorse, arrived 'hero Thursday from ored educator, in a cornfield, near He will be placed in tho Crofton, Friday morning, Thoy quarNew York. reled over the ownership of crops. stud. Robinson surrendered nnd claims Iteiinetl'i Sentence Kedaced. self-defens- e, penl-tentiury Vkksaili.ks, Ky., Oct. SO. The jury in the Graves murder case was discharged, 'falling to agree after being out 24 hours. Cloven were for conviction and a short term in the penitentiary, and one for acquittal. James C. Graves is a well known horseman, and killed his neighbor, Charles Cassidy, also a horseman. In May, 1S0S. Graves claimed declined to havo a lawyer, and conducted 'lis own case. Larabcc's horses arrived York Friday night- quartered in G. D. Wilson's were taken to Eastin's Avon Saturday. Included in the string arc Hen Holladay. Kinley Mack, McLcod of Dare and High Order. Den Hoi laday will bo retired to tho stud. Eastln & hero from They aro stable and farm neat i wi i e. lien-uot- t, ataaaflsfta 2i-u- -i -- -t, .$&iitigmt Ttt Jf &- - M,-r- t i THE HICKMAN COURIER. hPPAlL NgW5' !MMKHr"-Mh- r Tho glrxsy quail is resting log, On tho weather-beateAnd the huntsman from the city HICKMAN, Stumbles ou through brake anil bog; : : : NOV. 8, 1S9. FRIDAY, Over roots ami over bowlders, With a pair of aching shoulders, r gun, dry in He goes trudging with a Wait until the roads tret Always to his purpose cleaving, the PhilippuiCH, anil then you will Never halting, never grieving, hear from Gen. "Joe" Wheeler. lint contentedly believing It is fun. DKWBY emphatically denies Hint bo is h candidate for President, SciiLBXKEit's tor repairing fine Vice President, or anything clue. Watches, Clocks and .lowelry. Nut are plentiful, aud the bottoms THE United Slates Supremo are filled with hunters. Court baa denied t lie petition for Some of our merchnuts a rehearing of the Kentucky bunk ing their Christians goods. are receivcases. The new Christian church at Clin Congressman E. W. Oarmack ton will be dedicated next Sunday A problem which mathematicians has announced his cnndidiiuy fur to suc- cannot muvo: The worth or a baby, the United States Senate Just received at Buck's, a nice ceed Souator Turley, of Tennesselection of solid gold wedding riugx, see. (leorge Warren. K, fifty-dolla- IW I GUESS "WE DO! & .2 Lead Ihe Market in the Lines We Handle. -- "DEWEY?" m 'mm am tAf m "..wi- -l ?lrJ.TrS WLtF? A, "Si1 A--c fF beeu invited to visit Nashville on City Council will bo held .Monday night, the occasion of ttie return of the Nov. 6th. By lit deeds do yon determine that First Teuueesee Regiment from not by looking at a man Is the Philippines. long-heade- President MgKixlky 1ms Tho next regular meeting of the his head. TIMOTHY SKK1). THE Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons deoided to build, at a cost New stock, at 0 E Eakkk's of 850,000, au annex to the .MasonTom Russell, colored, shot and killic Willows and Orphans' Home ed Andrew Petty, col , at Union City, for the cure of ugi'd and iulirm Tuesday. 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.. mvvMWA Shoes. Shoe selling now for 60 cents that are usually sold for not Joss than $1.25. A .Masons. electing a Republican Governor, assumes responsibility for all that Governor does after hu has elected bitn." Bryan. IT is suid the Illinois Central has made arrangements to enter NubuvIIIo by au extension of the road from liopklnsvillu to Claiks yille, aud by usiug from the latter place the projected line of the Tennessee Central to Nashville. 'The mau who attempts to cor reot a Democratic convention by lift. 0 jority Ib greatly decreased, Mr. Bryan's strength will ho weakened. It is his borne state aud the chances are all in his favor. W. J.Bryan ib making the flght of bis campaign in Nebraska. If the fasiouiBts win he retuins the commanding position he uow occupies in the Democratic party, If the fnsiouists lose, or their ma- . - ' ' The Republicans of Ohio are badly scared lest they lose the President's own Statb to the Democrats this year. They have called in all their biggest speakers in Ibe nation to help save the state, and are levying tribute on the postmasters of Uncle Sam, demauuing that each snail eontribute bis little might for cam paign purpuses." - Ml r ih n i 5s r-- t h & i the capital city. If polygamy be allowed, why should bigamy be a crimef If three wives sends a once. man to Congress, and two wives Just lteceived. aend bim to the penitentiary.' The Boers took the English at A nice, now lot of Calico, Percales, where will one wife send liiiuf a disadvantage early this morning Suitings, &c, at H. O. Ambeko's. and killed or captured every man Bbigham Young, Jr., the eon Autumn is hero in all her resplend of the two regiments and the butof somewhere in the neighbor ent beauty. Tho hillside is gay with tery. bood of fifty mothers, is quoted golden rod aud wild gentian, the meadThe English loss of life Is very in the daily press as saying that ow is beautiful with tho modest little heavy. One prisoner whs releasHelen Gould and the other wo "summers cone," while tho wasto places Kruger to carry men who are opposing the seat- aro ablaze with sumac, auu tho trees ed by President the news to General White. are ventablo Indian princes. ing of Polygamist Roberts in conHundreds of prominent officers Revs. J. A. Hatcljer and J. M. gress, "having been unable, to enMitchell, of the Colored M. E Church, are among the captives. All Lon ter the married state themselves, tho former the Presiding Elder of this don is in mourning over the disthey are unwilling to grant others District, aud tho latter tho pastor of tho aster. The coaraeueHH Church in this city, were returned to that privilege." of this remark is all that the Am their respective charges for another Chamberlain's Pain Halm Cures 0th orican people need as proof of year by tho Conference, which met at ers, Why Not Youl any Mt Sterling last week. Wo learn that Young's inutility to Lady-smitll-a-- Koberts takes and keeps his Beat in Congress, why should he not bring hia harem along with him! He is as much in the United States at borne as he would be in If The way some husbands talk to their wives is positively awful, nnd tho way gome wives talk to their husbands U awfully positive. all my old customers that have Watches thov bought from Buck Bros.. I will cleau them good aud guarantee to keep time, for 10c. The grounds in front of the depot Is being covered with crouud or shell rock. It is not only a needed but most beautiful improvement. HicVs predicts a cold wavo for today, accompanied by snow. Ho also predicts several snow storms and intensely cold weather for December. Ouo hundred Methodist preachers will lose their votes uext Tuesday, as 100 of the 150 ministers of the Louisville Conference were changed Inst mouth. Ed Moony, one of the oldest fisher men ou the lake, died at his homo In wna Tititnnvilln. lmirlnv innniliit well and favorably "known, and will be misseu uy uis menus. What a disappointment it will be those people, says an exchange, who have predicted tho end of tho world with the closo of tho century, to not have the opportunity of saying, "I told yon sol" A Missouri county has a woman and it is said that she has ordered all tho hills In her district cut tho valleys "gathered In aJ tho bottom," tho creeks "hemmed" In, and all tho culverts "set bias." t Tho astronomers forecast for tho morning of Nov 10th for the passage of tho earth through the debris of au exploded comet, which if correct, will give a most beautiful spectacular exhibition of what Is kuown as a shower of falling or shooting stars. It will soon bo timo to start your fires going, and it behooves every property owner to seo that his Hues are in a perfectly safe condition. Don't neglect this until tho town sutlers a sweeping lire from your building. Seo to It at Harness. In llnrncM and Saddlerv we are head-quarters. tSrla Hull-roa- d Clothing, A good Groceries. Suit of Clothes for $3.00. In our Grocery line we quote: Arbtlcklu Coilee at 10c kt package. Fresh Mince Meat, in packages, at 10c. Cliiuken Tnmalfj in cans, delightful fur lunch, at 10 cents. canned Lye Hominy, 10c. Best Flour per barrel, 00. Sugars, Collees nnd other things, nt the very lowest prices. Old-fashioned Ties. A stock of Ties in Holiday Hues, (lint in Fashionable Colors lind Style ol Cut, as Paris. are as te $-- Ladies Shoes. A line of Ladies Shoes from $3.00 to $4.00 that only tho "ultra" can appre- ciate! Hardware. As full and eomnlcte n line of Hardware as can be found in the city, aud prices are right. You! will find us in the list of Lowest Prices as well as those oi the highest. I road-oversee- r, ife JEjEli HHHKNHHHMFlHHr Terrible British DlsasteirV Wl-tr-K-Sr&frW Bi WbI fr THE STEVE STAR. Livery nuil dation glyen. ed. Helow 1'ost olHce, and oppmitu It H Keep Depot. Surreys, Huggh-M- , Hornc. &c , for hire. Kvery accomo- "low-necked- ," General London, Oct. 31. White cables the news of a terrible disaster of British arms, for which he blames himself. The famous hard fighting Irish Hussars aud tho Queen's Light Horse Gnards and Koyal Mounted Battery were sent to check the advanoo of the Boers on tho lert flank of English army near - w DON'T FORGET THAT HARNESS and BUGGIES jr Urate Kxplorrr Like Stanley nud Liviugtont. found It harder to Malaria, and Ague, and Typhoid disease, germs than savage caiiiittuW; but thmttamU have found that Klectrio Hitters l a wonderful cum for all malarial d Incuses If yon have chills with fever, ached In Imck of neck and head, nud tired, worn-ou- t feeling, a trial will convince you of their merit. W A. Null, of Webb, 111., writes: "My children suffered for moro than a year with chills ami fever; then two bottles of Klectrio Hitters cured them." Only Mcents. Try them. Guaranteed. Sold by nil Druggist. VI Ktslilr. Your patronage wdlclt. O. E. EAKER, General Gcocerf Powoll Block, Clinton St. he Grocery fiioek f wotllJ I artl lo lo call. Frcib 0hnU l Farmers Free Column. (1 ARE CHEAR! FULLY GUARANTEED, AND AND THAT Under this heading will hereafter iw publislu-notices not to exceed IUlo( parcliAtrtl lines each, from fanners who aro subscrib-ers- , J. J 0 HtfllJuritll, hute ll oil frl.nJ. who havo horse's, mules, cows, inl Clinlr IUrjjin seed, A:c., for salr, frt-- of charge. pro-duel- s, e In Cash we Trust, And Prices ue Bust ! For Sale. Mammoth Hmuzo Turkeys, good strain, Will Mill singly, in pairs or trios. A M. McCi.VltK. Bnily fnrm,0 miles Kast of Hlukman. Twenty-llve DR. W. M. BRIGHT, PHYSICIAN. 2&l. Oillco over WUmiii'm Hook Store, sentiment in lavor Is II I t. 4 . tho report from tho Hickman church My wife has beeu using Chamberwas onu of the bast made to tho Con- lain s Pain Balm, with good results, for ference a laino shoulder that has pained her Judge E. S. Hammond, of the continually for nine years. Wo have TO THE PUBLIC. tried all kinds or medicines and doctors United States Oonrt for the western district of Tennessee, Iiub fil Schleuker's Jewelry Storo has moved without receiving any benefit from aav Ono day wo saw au advertine- ed an opinion that is of import- in tho Bcrcndes Building, opposito of them. this medlciuo ment for aud thought of ance to those goiug into baukrui Shaw's clothing store. trying it, which wo did with the best toy under tne recent act of ConOnly a fow more days aud tho sport-iy- of satisfaction. She has used only one gress. In effect the opinion is hunter, with dog aud gun, will bo bottle and her shoulder is almost well. L. that in such action the homestead scouring every hill and dale for the H.Adolpii salo Millett, Manchester, N. & Cowgill, For toothsome partndgo. Tho law against is not exempt, as under the State killing tho birds does not expire until Hickman, Ky by Cowgill Shaw, and A. M. Stute law, and that uiakiug up the. ag- tho 15th iust., aud until that timo every Liue, Druggists. gregate of values, such ptoperty true sportsman will leave the birds must be included. This is the alouo aud confine his shooting to rabMeteoric Shower Not Certuin. bits aud such lUogame. 01 o create uooerts. All iMTsons indebted to Sanders & Hooves by note or otherwise iw tho r comes due. are reci'ifully reqtuttt-e- d p.i-pe- K O t 1 c c. A Golden Opportunity. Sept. tocamuaiid settle the same with 27. K. K. HEKVKS ifc liolcuiiibu Hulldiug, HICSMAN, CO. EENTUOF" ESTRAY NOTICE, WP MZjiMnTS&b A. m a - r P I J : 8 5 Vb first ruling of the kind- touching Wo aro hero to stay and doing the new bankruptcy law, aud is of importance to every man owning business at the old stand, opposito 6toro. No ono will appreciate a home going into bankruptcy. your patronugo moro, or take moro pleasure in trying topleasoyou than wo The Washington correspondent barbers. Will Quo well, It. U. Caldof the Now York Mail aud Ex- well and H. 11. Ivy. press sends it a story to the effect Tho meanest mau we've heard of that just before the election Mrs. lately, says an exchange, sold hi Interest in a cow and John R. McLean, wife of the Demfor Governor of thou refused to dlvido tho milk, mainocratic candidate taining that it was only tho front of Ohio, will take a bevy of pretty cow that he sold, so ho obliged his tho girls from Washington in her husto provide tho food and water to band's private car iuiU make a tho cow twice a day. Recently tho cow tour ot the State for the purpose hooked the old man aud ho is sueiug his for damages. of dazzling the young men, especially thosa who are ubout to vote for the first time, and catching their votes for her htiHliand. It Greatis not to be believed that there Ih a word of truth in the story. Any body can see that there is nothing cost. A mau in such n performance. who is fit to be the candidate of JiinI Opened. bis party for Governor, has too much sense to permit his wife to Tho new moat store, at tho Racket do any such fool thing as thin, and Storo stand, Frenz corner. Fresh meats any part of we are willing to believe that Mrs. of all kind delivered to A portion of town. Telophouo 550. MoLean has too much sense of your patronago solicited, W, M.8UAW, , her owe- Wit-ting- 's son-in-la- w Astronomers declare that the biggest meteoric shower that has visited tho eves of mortal man since the memorable "falling of the stars" some sixty-threyears Now's your chauco lor a parlor suit. We ago, Is scheduled to occur on the havo soveral suits winch wo uights of the 13th, 14th and 15th will, for tho next 110 days oiler at a big sacrifice. Also a beauinsts. tiful lino of Hocking Chairs, in explanation made by scientific The oak or Imitation Mahogany finis that on the nights Call and examine our ish. mentioned the earth will pass goods before buying. through a meteoric bell, and that a great shower of aerolites will be seen where conditions are favorStephens & Smith, able. The prediotlon that tho meteors Six Frightful Failures. will fall this year Is based nn the Sir terriblo failures of six different rather weak theory that this phe- doctors nearly seiit Win, H. Mullen, ot nomenon occurs every thirty. three Lockland, O., to nn early gravo, All years. There are no convincing said ho had a fatal lung trouble and figures arrayed to prove this, for that ho mast soon die. Hut ho was if there were, the hie shower of urged to try Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption. After taking flvo 1833 should have been followed bottles he was entirely cured. 1c is posby another in 18GG. But it failed itively guarautoed to ouro all diseases to materialize, and the meteor ex of Throat, Ohest and Lungs, including Piioumouin, perts say that they fell in 1807 at Coughs, Colds, La Gnupo,Fevo., Asthma, Hay IVoup, a timo when the unsolentiflu pub Bronchitis, Couah. 60o and Wtooplng 11.00. Trial lie w asleep, bflUlo fret ftt ftll drug ptonsv e s Taken up as a stmy by iioper, and u nuu iarCI living ono half mllo north of the Shuck road anil live aud f miles east' KBNTUOKY. i ... l..,! i of tint pin- - it " "" r.. w" ..... r,ri..i.."u !..'". ivv.- .r a tiuh. ........ i on wmif on of September, 1809, one imiik "ucti pvuy mure, agon auout ten years, hav-in- VJ ilUKkmiiliuliiir ilon. or rrpnlr in agon, c tlnrfiohlllliir some bl.iek spots on her shoulders, iro!sllv I nl' n full n of about fourteen and f hands, but having no marks or brands, shod In front . c Goodn and which is uppruincd at the value of Common. llu..- - ,...!, .Soll-i,, lllmfc iweniy-uvdollars, Wnlnni Given under my hrtnd this 20th day tiM'il up Colllni HiiiKWt. which cn Im. in .lnirt imu'co, tnl hi rrmnii-uliof Sept Stilt. prlcr, (Jlyr in,, tH,, J. W. Mavks. J. 1 P.O. Oi. 8ip nrnr llic JmII, one-halmnt.-i,,.,,g jo. OLIVER. Backsmih r",ya,iai, lri I ono-lml- Undortakor' e I 1 l" ELECTION NOTICE, H. F. REMLEY, K one-hal- f son-in-la- w son-in-la- Supply your wants at Hickman's est Store. Everything going at term. and to mo as .Sheriff of said county, Nrmci: is hereby glv-epolls will bo opened mid au that election held at each voting pnclnct in I,.,1,?ir,?0ll"'y' '," Tnl'.Y. November 7th, 1800, at which election tho mies-tioof whether or not the Fiscal Court of ImiHcju county shall cause tho bonds of tho county to tho amount of Twenty lhousand Dollars to Ikj issued for the purpose of building a Court Houso in said county, will bu submitted to tho legal voters in said comity. Said Ixmds are to bo of denomination of IOO each, payable to bearer, drawing Inter-es- t at per cent, per annum, J.ooo 0f said bouils to bo duo in 2 ycum from dato, ami $1,000 due respectively I), 4 and 5 years from date. Said election will bo held at tho same place aud timo aud by tho same olllcers who hold tho gonor.il oloctlnn. Witness my hand as Sheriff of Ful-toCounty, Ky this Sept. aad, 1800, f, T BTVSKLKfrwtp, 8, V, Q, dhi-etcn u Uscal Court of Fulton Co., at its April 180!), By virtue of an order made by the Attorney a -- w. &, OlHoo upatiilrH. Holoombo ! Build' HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Will practice in all Courtwif the State BR. S. K. DAVIDSON HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY f u Offloe over Oowfllll & Oowgll'' Prog StOff, v ir h ILi- - . jStottor, -- tsja.,r .,. ItudroiKl Time TaPi N., i-- nAititn.ii. u, ll.noo Iloini'lcMM riulilron. AHMV Or 100,000, by Iiiivp nr c.oufl-deno- c Wo are upt SMOTHKUMON MOORE. Married, ut the residence ot the brldo'H Intllyuluul nmn re In the I.KAVK'! AIIIIIVKH. parents, Mr. and Mm. li. Moore, on 111 i rrlu Nu. a, l 'AW I' tii, Tmln .No A2, 7 Ift in. stored urter reMilltig the utory of Clem-eutthe 80th lust., by Hey. Father ! ni, TikIu .Nu, 4, tflS ui rr.lu Mil l Mr. Simon P. Suiothermon to the lie-worof JiuIkh ForrlH, of MIhs Ida May Moore. NHPIiville.Tenn. A man In Tho young couple were nutted In tho Local and hnndlp of iillmtMitB imil weiiKDe"-es- j holy bonds of mutrlmony under the but ( tie Iiiih thn right ppirit beautiful ceremouy of tho Catholic BIiiiw'm for aiioiH, wlihin. tin' optrit of rl4fbteouiiiTH, Church, tho Rov Futlicr Clements fellow-me- n Shnw'n for Huruw, Tho bride, who htm been tho ac- thf ilehlre to bctieflt hie l frtif Htul uplift linrnMtilty.il comodating and much loved operator in Slmw'rt for Clothing I.V HMionlHhlng how much un be thu Hickman Telephone exchange, enShuwV for Uruccrit-HncoompllHbeillf theuoHl bi thrown joys the love and esteem of all, and thu Hlmw'w for Hardware, off anil the work none Hi vigor wishes and prayers of all go with her The good .Tudtft. twenty BhawV forQuceiwwaro. chos- ouhI.v. for prosperity ami happiness. Her trmri.v years Hgo, bpiiui seeing honMr. L, 1 Elllnon U In Caruthew-vlll- , en husband, we uudemtund, Is an Lux-ororphan children ho could provide orable and worthy young man of Mo,, tliiti week. Ark., and all hope and believe that' for by procuring them good, df Willie Clrubl, of DiiwIpii, iw visit- ho is worthy of thu prizu hu has won. cent OhriHlInn hoinen. IIi puc-ces- s ing Mr. L. I). Oakley The wedded couple were recipients of wiih wonden'til ; people up numerous beautiful bridal present. Mm. Mollio linden and eon left Sunpreitlted Ii!h motivue and helped Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Warren, toilet set. day, for Kennedy, Mo. hi that time Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, guld hu-g- him right and left, How-fa- r HlckH predlcU biiow spoon. he Iihh placed 3,.r00 homeleoH, tllil ho UliKii it? Misses Ramage, salad fork. friendless children in nporoved Misses Etlluuer. pie plates. ohrlstian homes. OhrlstiatiH, sinYA. (u to Schlenker'n for Watcher, Mr and Mrs7 J. M. Witting, hand-hoiii(JliKikH, Jewelry, eto. ners, hypncrltH, all reooguizfl tlilt berry set Mr. Tom Pool unit family vhdted work ii8 thu genuine atuff. Troy Mr. and Mrs. H, F. Shaw, towels. Mr. J. C. 11, int, thU week. .Mr. ami Mm. 1), Moorr, China dinner News-BanneMr. J S Holt mid family will rihort-l- y plate. Mrs. Renle, towel. move to 1'aniKOiild, Ark. Mrs Lucy Smith and Miss Nannie Short C'nt to NbhutIIIo from St. Louis. I.&0 will buy u olld gold Opal Meachaui, silver waits und peppers. Hlujr ut HUCK'B. Miss Alma Freeman, brooch. Another step has been taken ' Dora Suiith, cake phi to Mm. 1). C, StultM ami Mltw Bola construction ol the Mm. Olaywell, towel ami Butter bowl toward the Bttiltl Kuiit .Sunday in Fulton. Mttrinu and llarritiburg UatlroHil MUs Lou Weatlierly, pickle dish. Mrs. Dr. lVvplort ami children, of " Mary Floyd, hamUerchicf. or UarrUburg Sniithern. The line XumIivIiIo, aru kuohM of J. 0 Check. " Elnora Meachaui, uapkius. rum from Metropotin, III., to Roho Mrs. Dau Meachaui, towels. Mm. Hobt FnrrU returned Monday Clare, In Hardin county, on the " At M. Perry, bnl .tpread. from a visit to friend at Union City. Ohio river, between Elizabeth-tow- n " P. E. George, towels. Mm. J 8. IK'ltrt'turtied from a visit Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Perry, China dinand GoleomU. At that Doini to her mot iter at Kenton, Tenn., thin ner plates. they lire within 10 inllea of Maweek. Mn Nannie Hall, towels aud salty rlon, Ky., where they can touch and peptK'n. W. J. l'lnlliM, or Fulton, U visit-liithe Illinois Central. With that JftHi Winnie Hacket, pillow shams. tlu family of T. 0. .Moouuy, thin gup built ntid a small amount of " Julia Jackson, towels. Mr. anil Mm. Tom Dillon, napkins. other cnniiectlniiH the Hue would Will Mbi Maude Moore, point lace hand- be the short route from St. Louis friO.OOO dozen vuk wunt.-kerchief aud napkins. .ty iliohlh(tit market price, uoah. to Nuh villi), Tenn. I ma Genu Moore, Hiblu, Nr.w City Hakriiy. K. W. Reeves and R. P Judge, hand Mr. and Mm. Henry Emerson havo painted fruit IkiwI and jardiuecr. The Illinois Central Railroad. In tlm IfiK-- res- Konu to house-kit'piiiMr. Luc Bradley, souvenir oou. . idl'IK'O. II Dettereworth und Clarence John-hoThe course of the Illinois Cencakuplato. Mrs Oscar Hall, of Covington, tral Itallrond Oompi.ny in regard Tenu , in thu Kiuftt of Mliw E. E. to Kentucky p.ditlcH Is eminently Mm. lielthi Layno and little hon. proper and wine. Their attitude rithuKh. art vUltiiiK ndatlv ut Lux-orIs mrlctly "liiinds oft." They have Ark. 0. St. h. It. K. i Kccoiiinipiiilntlon Sfcrctnry Root. k Personal. nin)l Washington. Oct. 27.rn hin itiuual report, now in the honila of the prltiiei, Secretary of War Root will recommend a standing riny of 100,000. He contemplates transferring the present volunteers to the regular branch of the His g. , h-i- large an army as Great Britain. approval of thn Republicans now In the city. It sounds like militarism. It would give the United Slates, they say, almost ns plan, do not meet the a, to-da- Kditor Sees Wonders. Editor W. V. Harry, of Lexingtou, renn., in exploring Mammoth Cave, contracted n severe ease of Piles. His quick euro through using liuckleu's Arnica Salve convinced him it is another yorld's wonder. Cures Piles, Injuries, inflammation, und all Rodily Eruptions. Ouly afic, nt all drug stores. All persons Indebted to O. A. o aro notified thut they must como forward and settle. Delays aro dangerous. Vcrbum Saplenti. Hoi-comb- WE BLAZED THE WAY! Made the popular priced SHOES. Lowered tho Price and Raised the Quality. m m Tftl That's Why We Sell So Many Shoes I u 'oiiu Forward r. WE GIVE more Stylo and more Servlco for the monoy. We don't sell Cheap Shoes, because good Shoes can't bo sold Cheap. Wo soil Hitrh Grades at Low Prices. m ler FINE SHOES $3 AND $3.50. ii LOGGERS AND LUMBErYaULERS. Ten Log aud fifteen Lumber Teams "Wanted. 1.00 per thousand for logs, cnt and hauled, 1 mile ami uuder. 70o for lumber, dry. "die Apply to F. M. C, care Courier Office. The farm near Hickman, known as the G. W. Powell placo, near Dyersburg road, is offered for rent. 100 acres 54 cleared, very good houses, orchard, &c. For further information, apply to Black nnd Tan Vici Kid, Calf Lined; Box Calf, Calf Lined; Viscol Tanned Calf. Waterproof Shoes For heavy grade high cnt Shoes or Bools lor mud and water. Iu Box Calf, Grained Calt, Kangaroo Calf, or Kip. we can show you just what you want, and the price will bo made to suit you, from $1.25 to $3.50. BUY OUR $3.50 YOU Oolf-Line- d Heavy Shoes. Farm for Kent. want the Shoos. COME to see ns. WE NEED vour money. Geo Wakue.v. OIt! y Oil ft'! -- n, i. a, gjtT" &'iid your order to tho Now City ll.ikery for Orntinw, Hauamu, vialak'u Orapt, Nut of all kind. MIm Lula Owen, of Mavlhdd, U visiting her whiter. Mm. H. 0, Stubl. near ttio city. Mr OMJ.ir 1'hlliiM, of Crutchfluld. wedattended tlm Sniothcrmon--Moording Monday night, M fount Herry, Ilnrru. Thndkeld ami Hhaw. of near Statu Lino, viiitcd Mfow) Cora L. Drown, Sunday, ST Send to W. M. SHAW forcholco frvsh meutM of all Mud, at tho old Uncti't Store-- Telephone 0. Kov. W I). Jenkins, l'milding Elder of thu Union City conference, ilistrirt, wan in Hickman, Tuesday. A. Franklin and Minx Ida Green, a runaway couple from Kentucky, were married at Union City, Monday evening Mr. and Mm Will Uarrigan.of near Union City, ti'nt Sunday in thu city, KiHtM of Mr. and Mr. .John HltiKWood. Mr h. W. ThoKinorton luu return' l fnnn a two week' vlnit to fritnuU at I'aducuh, HopkliihVllIi) and Uutontown, Ky. Mm. Llllio Wall left Wtunemlay nlK'ht for UrookimlH Kla., to Hiend thu winter with her father, Mr. 8. N. White. M. 1). Shaw, r., U off on n two wwkit hunt on Little Klver with aTenu chAcu KK)rtltiK Club, of whioh hu Is a member, An-pit, o To the many friends and pereons who aMisted ami patronized me last season, I return my sincere thanks. Wo aro year couvenieutly situated wise feature of their more formerly. Please call ut this office pect that this tlum my management Ih what has helped mid you will bo kindly received and mooulamTmills nkvys. greatly iu making their company nicely treated. Prompt attention to Dear Editor: Not seeing nny news one of the strongest, most exten- bninci4 jhall bo my motto. Respectfully, T. R. SMOOT, in your papr from our little town in sive and Buecessful of its kind in Agent. They are Him-nla while, will send a few Hums. unite the whole country. attending to their own buai George Hraxs field paid Hickman u I . IN business trip, Tuesday. ness and running a great rallroudTj bur old friend nnd customers, wo The new jMKtolllco at this placo ts and lu this commendable enter-- . to uuuouuco taut we nave oongnt now a thing of lieanty and undo Tom prise they are having the support wisulargo stock of Implements, Buggies, the Iouuidnro, the jKNtmastcr, Is ready to of the whole people. There is no Harness, &c, previously owned by Sangreet you with a smllu. objection whatever to any corpor- ders & Reeves, and wo propose to mako If this escaiM the waste basket, 1 to none of stock in ation that conducts its affairs ou this end ofsecondStatu. Call tho kind us will come again after the aud bco this the the plan of the Illinois Central aud satisfy yourself that wo meuu to Joiisnik Rkii. railroad company. Hartford Her- hull goods and sell them cheaper than STATlTTilNK ITEMS. ever before. ald, E. E. REEVES & CO. Mr. Chas. Clark has returned from v Now is your oppor tunity to buy a pair, to take of celebrated Brown. refused political any part whatever imbroglia In thin lu the thin course Shoes. All go at costi State, and by themselves iu have the strengthens! estimation of the people. We sup at Buchanan's. Tho Morgan-HardGrain Co., lias established an agency at Hickman to buy corn. They have put up now Fulr-bauk- s scales, and opened an office at the west end of tho Railroad depot. T. R. Sinoot is their agent, and ho has tull und exclusive control of all their business in this section Persons desiring to bell Cora will please coufer with Mr. Smoot, and ho can give all necessary information as to prices, loading, &c. See him boforo you sell. Xi&KftnUL THE SHOEISTS Bread jffjWgiSijjw IS THE STAFF OF LIFE . AND TO OET . . . I m GOOD FRESH BREAD OO TO THE m ,crirH rJb U IOC! Hew City Bakery. Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! HEADQUAIlTEnH FOH Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. Buchanan is closing out at Cost. Nanulu Kiiik'niau, wh'i Iuih lKeu visiting in WaidiiuKtou Cltv, for Mm, Hickman County. Quite a number of tho boys attended tho show at Union City, last Wednesday. Maddox, Emily and Misses Lyda Johnnie Thomas went shopping at Hickman, Tuesday. Kid. A. X. Glover, of Uulou City, will nreach at Mt. Ihrmou church, next Sunday evening. Everybody invited to come ami hear him. Mm Mary Prathcr returned troiu Trov, Tenn,, last week. Miss Lorn Whipple is ou thu sick list this week. Jim Maddox is sick with meosols. Our Sunday School still continues to grow and everybody Is welcome. Pva. A JUST FOOM.V. Xollcv. Tho creditors or Ed Meyer aro hero-b- y notified that on Oct. Oth, 1809, at NewH : tho October term of tho Fulton County News reaches hero that ayoutig Court thu undersigned Aasiguee of Ed lady who lives in Graves county, Meyer, entered a motion to bo disand who Is well known iu Arling- charged ns said Asstgneo from said trust ton, and for personal leasons we and released front any liability on acdischargo to withhold her name, died not long count nt thereof, saidDecember term bo of inado tho regular ago for to all appearance ehe said court. was dead. An undertaker was B. R. KUYKENDALL, Assignee of Ed Meyer. aeut for, a coffin was brought, the auppoaed lifeleBB form was placed In the casket, nnd before tho 10-li- This conies from tho Bnrdwell .AFRESH OYSTERS. I and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY Fresh Oysters served in any stylo, and Come See Us I at all hours. Telephone 99. ITow City Bakery, W. R. WEBSTER, Il'lt J lid was cloned an opportunity wan given to the family and friouds to LAND FOR SALE. I havo for salo 240 acres of lino laud Hovenil wvukti, iiiorninjj. Mm. nturued homo, Tuenday SOCIAL KVENT. wo were driven Anna Andemon accidentally fell, at her homo. Tuewlay, (li.sloc.it ing her shoulder, from hich nhe ha been HulTerlui; much. fiir My Mtock of Ludicti and Minsen Rhoen cannot bo Hurptuwwl. Thoy aru tho t that can bo IjoukIu. Examino b-- Mih Alma Freeman, of tho Fulton Telephone 'Central," attended thu of her friend Mlsrt Ida May Mtwra to Mr. Simon Smothermou, Monday mar-riii- l.alt H. 0. Amiirimj. uvenluh'. gjgr Whuu you aro hniiKrv, take vour meals at thu Nuw City H.ikery. and 'riii in a Hestaurant, you can tako your wlfo and family there and boat homu. -- Hon. Leo Hubert, Democratic for Representative fmm Hickman ami Fulton couutuu, wiw lit Hlukm.ui, .Monday. llOUIUIKHWOUoei hiiiujuiuj Jlickuinn comity will bulMO. gm Tho Tree Harlxir Shoo in tho place to gut your nliuviiiK, haireuttliiK and NhauipoolHK done. Prompt norvico mid courteous treatment. A. L IIOUKINU, Prop'r- The Hoard of StuwunU are called at to meet Sunday ovuuluK at it o'clock retho Methodist church to mako llnal port for thu annual Conference. Tins Is tho lust incut luiTi "d each Stoward will brliiR l full report. lot all bo J. 15. FUQUA, Pri's'tSv jirouipt. number of A largo and citizens of Kentucky, attend.u and Ml tho Coufederuto at Woodland Mills, on yesterday. There wiw n very hiruo attendance, Hpooches and a mod bountiful tiiuuor ou thoKrouuds, hIiowIhk tho peat hospitality of tho people of Woodland and our Teuuesseo neighbors. noiii-Ine- o u liar-beou- Hurriedly 'noath the blue curtained sky, just tu tho stars were twinkling at their brightest, Tuesday night, Oct. 24th, to tho hospitable homo of Mr. L. W. Avery, of this county, where wo enjoyed ourselves with social amusements games of all kinds musio on piano by Miss Ora Mayes, which pleased thu listeners Miss Mayes was attired in acostumoof green silk, elaborately triunnod with steol position-trlrich cream lacn and ribbon, hair sot with brilliant brooch pins. Promptly at 10:110 o'clock tho dining room doors were opened to tho guests, aud a lovely sight, a tablo loaded with luxuries of all kinds, greeted thoir vision. The dining room was drapod with rich luce curtains and decorated with ferns and palms. The happy evout will long bu remembered. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Avery. Tho following wero present : Dau Hall, OelinoBhuw: John Novlll, Carrie llrovard ; Riuh Kuiaer, Hello Maves ; Cliut Brevard, Ida Sholburn ; Ray Gladys. White; T. W. Atteborry, Lucy Bouduratit ; II. W. Alexander, Pearl Rice; Jno Shaw,Paullnu Kathy ; Loxlu liird, Annie Ross ; Roy Hall, Annie Mayes ; Sledge Uondurant, May Lut. ta; Joint Rice, Lena DoUd; Leonard Prat her, Kale Uondurunt ; D. O. Quar-leElla Ross ; Aluoy Whlto, Fay Dixon ; Leo Tyler, Ora Mayes ; Will Mayes, Ada Kuykundall; Harry Parker, MinOnk of the Nuhukh. nie Cloyed. a, uight for two weeks lias put mo in my 'toous' again," writes D II. Turner, of Dompsoytown, Pa. They're tho best lu tho world for Liver, Stomach and Dowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. Only 2Co at all drug stores. each near at take a look at their dear one. acre, Jordan Station,; Ky., will$15.00 per DEALER JN trade for ou easy terms or I When her mother saw her daugh- a binallcr place, and uiake easy terms ter in the onflln he became fran- ou tho balance. $1,000 worth of timber HNTOffir AND tic with grief and began to pcrentn can bo sold from this laud to mills near by, or I will agree to buy all tho timber and to her great RtirDrise she Haw m mo at the SOLE AGENT FOR the fin iters of her daughter move-A- t Fulton, trade. Write or call ou Ky once everyone began working F. FALL. J. "STANDARD" Linooln County. Penbody Club. with the young lady aud she aoon revived nunlclently to talk, aud union uiry, TENN. told that nhe heard every word that had been said, but could not . move until nhe heard the loud screams of her mother. We clve Dear. Sib: I am enabled to sell, aud hereby offer you, Tour full this itiHt hh vr heard It nnd do quurta of "HOLLWOOD" Seven year old, Double DiBtilled, RYE not vouoh for the correctness of WHISKEY, for $3.00, EXPRESS PREPAID. it. I propose to ship on approval, in plain Boxen, with no marks to in dicate contents. When you receive it anil teat it, if it ia not satisfacMade Young Again. tory return it ut my expense and I will refund you $3.00. This is a One of Dr King's New Life Pills most liberal offer, and I nwait your orders. Yours very truly. TG11H win, CwrgJlL & SPECIAL OFFER' Osrail FOR : . . . Druggists . HEADQUARTERS W. R. WEBSTER. ii Majestic7' I.: Cookin g Ranges, W lIKI, ' Shel-bur- 400 Mens and Boys Suits go custom-mad- e at Cost ut Buchuuuu'e. In this city, Oct. thu youugest sou of Stephen and Emma Stahr, aged a years aim seven days. Clyde was a bright, cheerful child and interesting to all. Ho was tho pet of tho household und loved by all who know him. His sweet presonco is now only a cherished memory, and his loving heart will never again boat rcspou-sivto thoirs His suulo will no mure cheer thorn or his sweet voico soothe ' thorn as iu tho happy days gone by. Used by HrlllHh Soldiers la Africa. of Death may conio dipt. G. O. Douuison Is well known The Augel sweet, tender lives, but ami tho all over Africa as commander of tho gather such Angel of Llfo will forces that captured the famous rebel own aud tako them claim them as His to Himself. Gullsho. Under date of Nov. t, 1697, Calm on thu bosom of thy God, from Vrybnrg, Uechaualaud, ho writes : 'Reforo Htarting on tho last campaign, Young spirit, rest thou now, I bought a quantity of Chamberlain h Ev'n whilo with us thy footsteps trod Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, His soul was on thy brow. which I used myself when troubled Louu with bowel complaint, and Had given to Whencearo thu paths and istho bowcra thy uieok sutilo gouu ; my num. and iu every case it proved Rut Oh a brighter home than ours, buuuflclal." For sale by Cowglll Cow- gill, Hlokuiuu, und A, M, fcmuw, Statu Iu licaveu U thlue own, AVq J, JMae, PFWftaft, I s, o I The Best in the World ! Von Cannot make n Intake mill mii , mi mi Mm r AND la Buying One of these Ranges ! One of its Strongest Points is its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! Buying n ''Majestic" Bakes Biscuits in 4 roiLBT ARTHUR Minutes means a Light Bread in 40 Minutes. life-tim- e of Economical OookinS Call nii1 Kxaiolne Then). You'll Ruy no Other. Why do not our fanners ratBe The physicians of Vice Presimore diversified drops? Ten acres dent Hohart say u fatal terminaCarefully. Compounded, of l);(otn corn now would be worth tion of his illness may occur any ton time, or his present condition may jihout $1,000. allowing only fVfc,Fnruierfl. oall with your produco 1)1 IQdeptillely prolonged, pfbfUMMbMM N, ft. BJUll Big store. PRESCRIPTIONS -- m f& -l . ift. ; ,.. KEEP WATCH OVER US We Are Guarded by Angels Says Dr. Talmagc. ftupcrnnl tlrlii lVhe-- Who 5tve Wnrnlnir Approaches .cxt lo nod. They Control Our ICvll Dentin-. i, rf Kty 1 higher their strange guest stepped into the llanic and by one red leap ascended1 certain statrti meet at certain times, Into the skies. Then they knew that was although these states have no legisla- nn angel of the Lord. "The angel did art thou! No won itre. Nearly every state has nt least wondrously." der that Charles Wesley hymned these one historian, and many of them have t times Two h mi tired and a ilorn or a score, yet a search made words: 1 does the Hible refer to the angels, yet In a large number of these histories Which of the petty klnes of earth never heard or read n sermon on Can boast a guard like ours, showed that many of the historian assuring the people th.il "wc luve exThe whole subject is relegated Encircled from our second birth either did not know what was the name panded," yet feels called upon to hedge With all the heavenly powers? to the realm mythical, wicrd, spectral by saying that the mutter Is in the Valerius and Ituilnus were put to of Hie lawmaking body In their states Is and unknown. Such adjournment or they were t(H careless to use the hands of congress. death for Christ's sake in the year 2S7 nnd wicked. Of their life, In speech No. 50, McKInlcy said of nnd after the day w lien their bodies had proper term. their character, Uicir hnlits, their As almanacs, encyclopedias tintl hisour position in the Philippines: been whipped nnd pounded into a jelly, their velocities, the Hible gives "We are not there to oppress. Wc are Another remark I hare to make con- in the night in prison and before tin. tories are not to be trusted, it is not us full length portmiib, and why this cerning these Illustrious Immortnln is next day w hen t hey w ero to be executed, nn easy taxk always to find out the there to liberate. Wc ure not there tc conprolonged and absolute silence Their they both thought they saw nngels proper names of the lawmaking bodies establish an imperial government, but Angelology is my that they are multitudinous. cerning them? wc arc there to establish a governcensus iiaa never been taken, and no standing with two glittering crowns, of the states. One place where the theme. many there saying: "He of good sheer, valiant sol- names can be found Is in the constitument of liberty, and law, and protection There arc two nations of angels, and one but God knows how states, but even the state to life, property nnd opportunity lo nil hostile to each other the na- arc, but all the Ilible accounts suggest diers of Jesus Christ! A little more tions of the themselves are, some of (hey ate who dwell therein." their Immense numbers companies of of battle, and then these crowns are constitutions tion of good angels and the nation of of them, armies of yours." And I am glad to know that tlii'in, rather careless In this respect, This is p pleasing fancy sketch, but bad angels. Of the former 1 clilelly them, regiments Mill a correspondent ot the them, mountain tops haloed by them, before many of those who have passed and giving their f miners the benefit of headTheir capital, their speak spenks through greut sufferings In this life the doubt It may still be said that glvrs another view. He soya: quarters, their grand rendezvous, is skies populous with them. John beings round the some nngel of God has held a blazing the constitutions present u great de"Taxes are hlghrr now than undct Heaven, but their empire is the uni- of angels and other Spanish rule nnd the Inhabitants bitterthrone as ten thousand times ten thou-san- coronet of eternal reward. Yen, we on gree of variety ami lack of uniformity. verse. They are a distinct race of creaafter Now, according to my calcula-tion- , to have such a gurydian nngel to take Some of the state constitution ly complain that living expenses have tures. No human being can ever join doubled. The natlrc police hare been ten thousand times ten thousand us upward when our work Is done. You providing for a lawmaking body, take their confraternity. The little child government was will- discharged and the Americans appoint100.000,000. Hut these nre only the know, we ore told an nngel conducted the trouble to say specifically that, for fvaee the Amrl-iwho in the Sabbath school sings: "I are ing to make There was doubtless other That instance. It "shall be designated the rton.i scttMtlriR the commlsilontrs In ed In their stead, being totally unacwill never have angels in one place. David counted 2V Lazarus to Abraham's bosom. want to be an angel," general assembly." The constitution quainted with the language nnd modes 000 of them rolling down the sky in proposal. her wish gratified. They nre superhu- chariots. When God came away from shows that none shall be so poor In dy- of Michigan does not specifically give making th not claimed that thn United ing he cannot afford angelic chcort. It 'it wa a rlahl to the Philippine Ms mis of life of the civil population, and glv they are of different grades man, but States had ing rndleui dissatisfaction. The old Inthe riven rocks of Mount Slnal Wis would be a loug way to go alone, and n name to the lawmaking body, but n nnd ranks, not all on the same level or Hible says matter of contiHs-sttn It as the legislature: nnd the has never undertaken, The United Htntei habitants state that murders, robbcrls He had the companionship of up paths we have- never trod, and amid to far as I know, to and crimes of every description are the same height. They have their su- 10,000 angels. I think they are in every periors and inferiors and equals. I pro- battle, in every exigency, nt every blazing worlds swinging In unimagina- simply "The people of Michigan en- wreit rwm a firrtien country litnds or Had greater than before, and the American p: by rlxht of eor.twnt. Mm ble momentum, out and on through pose no guessing on this subject, but l to do m, it must be police, in their blundering endeavor every pillow, at every hour, at such distances nnd across such infini- act." Like Michigan, the statcM of New we len my authority. Plato, birth, at take the liiblc for that nt ware in pusmsMton only to search out criminals, resort In their New Jersey and Wisconsin do every moment, the earth full of thein, tudes of space we should shudder at York. of the city, hay and harbor tT Manila unWer the philosopher, guessed and divided the heavens full of them. They outnot specifically say In their eoiistltu-tIothe protocol of August It, I'M The rap- Ignorance of the luiunta nnd methods angels into Mipercclestlal, celestial and number the human race In this world. tho thought of going alone. that the nsme of the lawmaking ture, after the nnlnic ot the protocol, by of the criminals to the most tyrannical Hut tl.e angelic escort will come to suhcelcslial. Dionysius. the Arcopa-git- They outnumber ransomed spirits !n body shall be railed the legislature, but CJin ilrrtu and tile forc, whatever lt menus to obtain Information for the guested, and divided them into glory. When Abraham had his knife your larguishlng pillow or the place the term legislature Is used to describe lexal effect may have Win, Included ho capture of offenders. territory than we three classes, the supreme, the middle uplifted to slny Isaac, it was an angel of ,our fatal accident and say: "Hull, the lawmaking body. And ns in the more under the protocol." were atllli! to hold "Another source of discontent I the and the last, oad each of the- -; into who arrested the stroke, crying: "Abra- Immortal onel All is well. God hatt rae of Michigan the term legislature The offer wns made partly for the use of the money secured from taxrr three other classes, making nine in all. ham, Abraham!" It was the stairway sent me to take you home." And. with does not appear In the enacting eluuse iake of Immediate pence, but "there and from customs for t he sttpixirt of the Philo said angels were related to God. of angels that Jacob saw while pillow cd out tremor or slightest sense of perl! of the lnvvs. New Hampshire has a gen- were doubtless other reasons actuating army. Instead of using the funds for as the rays of the sun. Fulgentlus said in the wilderness. We nre told an angel you will away and upward, farther on eral court, yet the constitution of thnt the commissioners in making the pro- enrryingotitmueh-ncedcmunicipal lie. after awhile thnt they were composed of body nnd led the hosts of Israelites out of Egyp- nnd farther on, until and the rumble Mnte uses at time the term legisla- posals' Ver.v likely. Judge Day, as ceskltlcs. All these causes serve to proHeaven heaves In sight. spirit. Clement said they were incor- tian serfdom. It was an angel that of chariot wheels and the roll of ture. The eonsttution of Virginti, ar- one of the cninmUiiioiicrs, anil the rec- long the war by keeping the nntives, poreal. Augustine said that they had showed llagar the fountain where she mighty harmonies nre heard in the din? ticle V., says hi section 33: "The leg ognized Immediate confidential agent who have lived In hope on promises of - been in danger of falling, but now are islature shall hnve power," nnd in see- - of President McKInlcy, known all nltout good government, in o constant stale filled the bottle for the lad. It was an beyond being tempted. Hut the only angel that took Lot out of doomed tance, and nearer you coir.c, and ncan '91 1 21: "i'he general assembly shall thoso "other retnons," though he :nuy of Irritation." Authority on this subject thnt I respect Sodom. It was an nngel that shut up still, until the brightness Is like man he fact that one ol not deem It advisable to tell. It appears from this that McKInlcy mornings suffused into one, nnd the. Hire power. lays they are divided into cherubim, the mouth of the hungry monsters gates lift, and you nre inside the thev sections was In the original con- Hut here is the fact clearly stated in will have to deliver more than 5(1 seraphim, thrones, dominions, princi- when Daniel was thrown into the cavamethystine wall and on the banks Istltiition mid the other is an amend his letter. The territory did not "come speeches lo convince the people of this palities, powers. Their commander in erns. It was nn angel that fed Elijah of the ment mny account for to us In the providence of God" without country that everything U lovely In the jasper sea, chief Is Michael. Daniel called him under the juniper tree. It was an angel free, forever well, forever safe, forever case. Pennsylvania Is a commonwealth Diir seeking it. On the contrary, it was Philippines. Chicago Democrat. forever rested, forMichael. St, John called him Michael. that announced to Mary the approachever united, forever happy. Mothers, and has a general assembly, yet In not in our keeping; we hnd not won it; OHIO MUST HE BOUGHT. These supernal beings are more thor- ing nativity. They were angels that do not go places the constitution uses the term It wns still the property of Spain to think your oughly organized than any army thnt chanted when Christ was born. It was alone when they quitlittle children Out state and legislature. If anyone wants hold, or soil, or to give away. Presl-.lethis world. UaiKllr Must Ur I'reriy i:nl In Carry ever marched. They nre swifter than an angel thnt strengthened our Saviour of your McKInlcy desired It, anil his comInto angelic arms, out of to know what Is the best name for the It tor thr HriHibllmii any cyclone that ever swept the 6ca. in His agony. It wns an angel that en- sickness nrms health, into out the cradle lawmaking lwidy of a state he should missioners made n bid for it. It will be This Yrnr, They ar more radiant than any morn- couraged 1'aul in the Mediterranean Into a Saviour's bosom! of Not nn In ask Kansas. The Kansas constitution remembered .that nt the time It was ing that ever came down the sky. They shipwreck. It wns an angel that burst stant will the darlings be alone between of 1S35 provided for n general assem- distinctly declared that every step Mr. McKInlcy might readily disavow have more to do with your destiny nnd open the prison, gate after gate, until the two kisses for n that the last kiwi of enrtl bly, 1S59 of le57general legislature, that taken by the commissioners nt Paris nil responsibility for this direct demand mine than any being in the universe ex l'eter was liberated. It was an angel and the first kiss of Heaven. "Now, of assembly, and was directed from Washington, and upon government ullleehctdcrs nllovei for a cept God. May of the New that stirred the pool of Siloam, where nngels, do your that of l.SSl) for ii legislature. Other Hint the president was "the whole the United Suites, that they violate tin work!" cried nn exCovenant, who is the Lord Jesus, open the sick were healed. It was an angel piring Christian. states have also changed the name ol thing" in the transaction. When the law which they arc swum toobeyund our eyes ani touch our tongue and that John saw flying through the midst go down in their pocktis for ii'iouvj Sjmiili.li commissioners became IndigYes, n guardian nngel for each our the legislative body. rouse our boul while we speak of their of Heaven, nnd nn angel with foot plant- of you. Put yourself now In accord of the nant nt the proposition, they were told with which to buy the vmial floating The constitution of deathlessnohK, (heir Intelligence, their ed on the bca, and an angel that opened with him. When he suggests the right, itotc of Nebraska vested the legislative plainly that they must sell, and that vote of Ohio; bi.t, ns the pretldent'i numliers, their strength, their achieve- the book, nnd nn angel that sounded the follow it. When he warns jou against authority of the state in a "general as- they could not get a raise of nnotlier liolitlcal conscience I thu propel ty oi ments. trumpet, nnd an angel that thrust in the w rong, shun It. Sent forth from Go' sembly," and nt the same time provided dollar on the hid. Mark A. Hhmiin, and the circular In Yes, deathless. They had a cradle, the sickle, and nn nngel that poured otit to help you in this great battle agalnt that the enacting clause of Inws should It is strange that President McKIn- question could have been ismd with out will never have a grave. The Lord the vials, nnd nn nngel standing in the sin and death, accept His delivrrnnct be "He It enacted by the legislature lcy should have forgotten thoseclrcut,.-stance- s out thnt gentleman's consent and in remembers when they were born, but sun. It will be an nngel with uplifted When tempted ton feeling of Joncllnes of the state." The ner o ptltutlnn. and Judjrc Day's recent letter dursemrni, the country nt large perno one shall ever sec their eye extin- hand swearing that time shall be no and dlshenrtcnmrnt, appropriate tfor however, made the tenn read legisla detailing them, when he told thceoplc force will accept it nsonly another ex guished or their momentum slow up longer. In the great final harvest of promise: "The angel of the Iord ture in bo'.h places. of Cedar Palls thnt the Philippine ccutlvesteplr. the direction of a rehire or their existence terminate. The old- the world the reapers are the angels. Oregon wns the first state to deig-nnt- Islands territory "came to us In the to the old corrupt political spoils sysaround nbout them that fear est of them has not a wrinkle or a de- Yea, and the Lord shall be revealed from Him and dellvereth them." Oh, I um Hb lawmaking body the legNla. providence of God" nnd without our tem. crepitude or a hindrance, as young Heaven with mighty angels. Oh, the so glad that the spaces between here the assembly, and It wns followed in seeking it. Jliu it wns very enrly In the With all the money In una or hit after O.lKHi years i'S at the close of their numbers nnd the might and the glory nnd Heaven are thronged with these this matter by the new states of Mon- morning, and the president hnd not friends have inde out of Spnninh wai first hour. Christ said to the good' in of these supernals fleets of them, supertiaturals taking tidings home tana nnd North D.ikota. Massachu- cleared his mind with his morning cof- contracts in eo.il, wood nnd sundries Heaven: "Neither can they die any squadrons of them, host beyond host, bringingmessnges here, rolling back ob setts ami New Hampshire are the only fee. Cleveland 1'lr.ln Dealer. there certainly should be u s ifllcicucj of available republican money In Ohit more, for they arc equal unto the anrank above rank, millions on millions, staeles from our path and giving us de- two states that have ifenernl courts; to pay the "legitimate" expenses of i gels." Yes, deathless are these won- nnd all on our side If we will have them! fense, for terrific are the forces win 10 hnve legislatures nnd the remainPRESS COMMENTS. local campaign, llannn, derful creatures of whom I speak. They Wliatan incentive to purity and right- dispute our waj. nnd if the nation ol ing 21 have general assemblies. It - IJnnnaism Is the issue in Ohio this be penurious, hut. he hashimself,tomaj will see world after world go out, and eousness is this doctrine that wc are the good nngels Is on our side the na will thus be seen that legally the term ways vx there shall be no fading of their own continually under angelic observation! tion of bad angels Is on the other. Paul general assembly Is the most popular, year. Jf the people of every county tract saccharine matter from trust brilliance. Yea, after the last world Eyes ever on you, so that the most se- had it right when hesaid: "We w restle but there is no doubt thnt popularly want to have their affairs run by Mark and should not be In need of outsit! has taken its last (light, they will be cret misdeed is committed In the midst not against flesh nnd blood, but against the term legislature is far and away Hatinn just vote the republican ticket. help to pay for printing, stationery Hamilton (O.) Democrat. postage stamps and the. services of at ready for the widest circuit through of an audience of immortals. No door principalities, against powers, ngaiu&l the most in general use. a quadrillion of miles so bolted, no darkness so Cimmerian, the rulers of the darkness of thii William McKInlcy is kept nware many orators us may be required, evei The stntes have nenrly nil agreed on In one sweep as easy as a pigeon circles as to hinder that supernal eyesight. world, against spiritual wickedness in the snme two terms, sennte and .house thnt there Is such n person as Willinm in an emergency. The appeal of the Ohio state commit a dovecote. They are never sick. They Not critical eyesight, not jealous eye- high places." In that awful fight may of representatives, to designate the J. Jlrynn nnd that he represents the ere nevcf exhausted. They need no sight, not baleful eyesight, but friend- God send us mighty nngclle reen two parts of the lawmaking body. How. sentiments of n large number of his tee will strike the average Amcrlcar voter ns evidence that, In the oplnlor sleep, for they arc never tired. At God's ly eyesight, sympathetic eyesight, help We want all their wings on out ever, Cnllfornln, Nevada, New York countrymen. Chicngo Democrat. command they smote with death, in one ful tycsight. Confidential clerk of side, all their chariots on our side. in spue or .Mr. loraKers pro- of the administration, not only the elecand Wisconsin use the terms srnnte night, 165,000 of Sennacherib's host, but store, with great responsibility on your Thank God that thoso who are foi and nssembly, Maryland, Virginia and fessed devotion to the Ohio republican tion of Judge Nnsh as governor, but tin no fatality can smite theirf. Awake, shoulder nnd no one to applaud your us are mightier than those who art West Virginia, the terms senate and ticket it is to be observed that Mr. Han-n- a general result In ID0U is Jeopardized and igile, iirultipotcnt, deathless, immortal: work when you do it well and sick with against us! And that thought mnkci house of delegates, while New Jersey involuntarily dodges every time his that, regardless of cost, the "presl of these the world a ingratitude, think of the an- me jubilant ns to the final triumph, is tin: solitary stutc that uses the terms senatorial colleague makes a motion in dent's home statu" must lie bought U A further characteristic in November. It Is tantamount to aeon radiant folk Is Intelligence. The woman gels in the counting room raptured ut llelgium, you know, was the battle- senate and general nssembly. All the the direction of his hip pocket. fcsslon that the party is In a bad vvaj Chronicle. Mother of household, ground of England nnd France. Yea, states except the eight mentioned use of Tekoah vyas right when she spoke your fldclltyj Up to the present time Mr. Mc- everywhere. to Kiug Havid of the wisdom of an stitching, mending, cooking, dusting, llelgium more than onco was the the terms senate and lione of repreIn view of the KInlcy, in his swing 'round the circle, angel. We mortals take in what little planning, up half the night or nil night panic of opposing nations. It xt sentatives. has referred to "patriotism" 103 times, which induces the manipulators of tin we know through the eye and ear nnd with the sick child, day in and day out, happens that this world is the ISelgiutt, All members of the union call themcombination to Insist thnt public aostril and touch, but thoso beings year in nnd year out, vyorn with the or battleground between the angelic selves states except Kentucky, Massa- to "the flag" 178 times and to "Provishall commit moral If not technical "Providence" aphave no physical Incascment.and hence monotony of a life that no one seems nations, good and bad. Michael, th chusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia, dence" lot times. they are all senses. A wall five feet to care for, think of the angels in the commander in chief, on one side; which call themselveH commonwealths. pears to be getting n little the worst crime, and which Is sending the chlel ns Hyron calls him, or Mephis- - Ithode Island Is unique In calling itself of It, while "humanity" Isn't In it nt all. of the state am his olllcial family nl thick Is not solid to them. Through nursery, nngels in nil the rooms of your over the western states like n party ot Wheeling Intelligencer. It they go without disturbing flake of toiling.angclsabout the sick cradle, and topneies, ns tioethc calls hlii, or Satan, "The State of Ithode Island and ProviThe farmer gets especially the hired spellbinders, the question natuas the Hible calls him, the eommnndei dence Plantations." mortar or srystal of band. Knowledge! all in sympathy! Railroad engineer, with hundreds of In chief on the other side. AM pure It flashes on them. They take it in at North Carolina once called Its lower worst oi it in tnc trust management. It rally suggests Itself: What nre tin ill points. They absorb it. They gather lives hiuiglng on your wrist, standing nngelhood under the one leadership house "The house of commons." N. Is not to be expected Hint he can be real chances or republican success lr fooled with specious essays on the i lie states that hold elections this No amid the cinders 'and the smutch, and all abandoned angelhood undci Y. Sun. It up without any binderment. Washington Times. benevolence of the "combines." One of rounding the sharp curve and by ap- the other leadership. Many n skirmish need of literature for them. The letthe campaign Inconvenienced of the ters of their books arc stars. The palling declivity, dicharged and dis- have tho two armies had, but the great A Vneniit "MvliiK." The president hns felt himself enA curious result of the s.vstr.m in the Ilnmialtes is that they cannot secure cournged us dashes of their books are meteors. The graced If you make a mistake, but not and decisive battle Is yet to be fought. the result of his words of their Ixioks are constellations. one word of approval If you take all the Either from our earthly homesordowu Church of Ihigland of having the "liv- the circulation of one sort of newspa- litical campaign to avow the recent podetermined The paragraphs of their bookb are trains in safety for ten years, think of from our supernal residences may w ings" owned by private perso.is hns de- pers among the agriculturists and purpose of his administration to hold sort among the people of the on to, the Philippines The pictures of their books are the nngels by the throttle valve, angels conic In on tho right side, for on thai veloped in the Isle of Wight, The vicar at nil hazards. sunrises and sunsets and midnight au- by the roaring furnace of the engine, Side nre God nnd Heaven and victory. of the little parish of Thorley resigned, '.itics. Cincinnati Kiiqttircr. We all know what to expect as the outMr. McKInlcy, in every Hpeccii de- - come of tho Imperialist roras and the Conqueror on the white nngels looking from the overhanging Meanwhile the battle is being set Id but the owner of the right lo the next programme horse with the moon under his feet. crag, nngels bracing the racing wheels array, and the forces celestial and presentation, a Miss Latidon, supposed Uvcred In his Mumping tour this fall, nnd we will all be prepared to resist Its In llarnstnplc, could not be takes occasion to express his gratlflea-tlo- n fulfillment to the uttermost. Their library is an open universe. .No oil the precipice, ungels when you arc confronting each other. to live Tills Is Unit the people of the United compensation enough to need of telescope to see something mount the thunderbolt of a train and Hear the boom of the great cannonade found, nnd the hungry flock have to the millions of miles away, for Instantly nngels when you dismount! Can you already opened! Cherubim, seraphim, look to the overflow from the miiilctrn-tlou- s Ktatt-- or J still patriotic and true to the the palpable breach of good people for faith and they are there to inspect and explore it. not hear them, loader than the the bell thrones, dominations, principalities of neighboring parishes. It is an flag. Thn American people were patri- good tasto of which Willinm McKInlcy All astrouomles, all geologies, all botat the crossing, louder than the whistle and powers are beginning to ride down odd survival of medievalism. However, ots and lovflrs of the banhns been guilty In assuming the e anies, nil philosophies at their feet. that sounds like the scream of a flying their foes, nnd, until the work is com- if the owner docs not put In an appear- ner when Mr. McKInlcy was one of the of a political stump orator In conWhat an opportunity for Intelligence fiend, the nn,eIlo voices saying: "You pleted, "Snn, stnnd thou still upon Gib ance within six months, the bishop of eventualities- of future time, They will nection with the reception is theirs! What facilities for knotting did It well, you did it well?" If often eon, and thou, moon, in the valley o Winchester has the right to appoint an- so remain when ho Is a memory of 'lie ly discharged volunteer of the recent- . recUnetits. everything and knowing ' risrht away! paM. Omaha ;i!( of engineers, it Is bcrstue ride Ajalon!" other vicar.f.1. Y. Suu. St. Paul Globe. Angel-shielded, angel-protecte- Iaiiiis Klopsch.) Washington, Oct. 23. The brilliant beings supposed by some to be imaginary are by Dr. Talmagc In his sermon shown to be real and to have much to do with our everyday life. The text is Judges 13: 19: "And the a n gel Aid wondrously." Fire built on a rock. Mnnoah and his wife had tbcie kindled the flames for sacrifice in praise of God and in honor of a guest whom they supposed to be a man. Hut as the flame rose, higher and (Copyright, 1899, forty-eigh- nngel-olog- y. s, There If only one thing that puts them to their wits' end, and the, Bible says they have to study that. They have been studying it through nil the ages, and yet I warrant they have not fully grasped It tin wonders of redemption. These, wonders are so high, so deep, so grand, so stupendous, so mngnlllcent, that even the intclcnce of angelhood is confounded before it. The apostle says: "Which things the angels desire to took into." That Is a subject that excites iuqulsitivcncss on their nart. That Is a theme that strains 'their "faculties to the utmost. That is higher than they can climb, deeper than they can dive. Thcr- have a desire for something too big for their comprehension. "Which things the ntigels desire to look Into." Hut that doe-- not discredit their intelligence. No one but God Himself can fairly understand Hip wonders of redemption. If nil Heaven should study it for 30 centuries, they would get no further than the A il C of that Inexhaustible subject. Hut nearly all other realms of knowledge they have ransacked and explored and compassed. No one but God can tell them anything they do not know. They have rend to the last word of the last 'line of the last page of the last volume of Investigation, nnd what delights me most is that all their intelli gence is to be at our disposal, and, coming into their presence, they will tell us in five minutes more than we ran learn by 100 years of earthly surmls-ins g. I always accept their invitation to join them on their lo comotlvc, nnd among them arc some of the grandest men alive. Men and women of all circumstances, only partly appreciated or not appreciated by all, iiver feel lonely ngnin or unregarded again! Angels nil around; nngels to approve, uugels to help, angels to remember. Yea, while all the good angels are friends of the pood. there is one special nngel your body guard, ibis men until this present stud,v of angelology I supposed to be fanciful, but I And It clearly stated la Uio lllblc. When the. disciples were praying for Peter's deliverance from prison nnd he nppcarei at the door of the prayer meeting, they could not be Heve it was Peter. They said: "It i. an angel." So these disciples in spy cial nearness to Christ, evidently be lleved that every worthy soul lias nn angel. Jesus said of his followers: "Their angels behold the fnco of my Father." Elsewhere It is said: "He shall give His angels charge over thee, to Keep thee In nil thy ways," so much with them. angel-guardeangel-canopied, TUK LEGISLATIVE BODY. Co STRANGE LAPSE OF MEMORY. INCONSISTENT M'KIlfLEY. '"ilnn on the .Subject Ut State President McKlnlc)' Talk About The President's tjuee r Wny of !land AcqulrliiK Territory Tliroimli llnir the 1'lilllpplne oiitlfiitlonn nnil lloiiUa of Trouble. lilrncc, Pros UcfrreniT. The members of the union of states jinve chosen various terms to designate (heir lawmaking bodies and the two j.arts of those bodies; but these term ore often disregarded where accuracy is very desirable. Newspapers and pet-loconstantly speak of the "loglsls-hire- " when in fnet the name of Hit; law making body of the state referrct to Is something very different. Pick Ui an almanac and you are likely to find that It uses the term legislature for every state in the union, where the fait is t lint less than half of them have leg. lelatures. What Is more remarkable, If j on turn to one of the several encyclopedias you will be unable to fini what the various states call their law making bodies. The best encyclopedias tell you that the "legislatures" oi to-da- President McKInlcy should have been little nioro careful in his rear plat form speeches on ills car tour nbout tho country. He made a serious break In his talk nt Cedar Falls, la. After saying that bIhcc he was last in Iowa we have ndded some territory, meaning the Philippines, he continued: "I believe, my fellow citizens, that this territory enme to us ii Hie providence of God. Wc did not seek it. It is outs, with all the responsibilities that belong to it; and ns a great, strong, brave nation we mean to meet them nnd we mean to carry out ur education and our civilization there.' It being very early In the morning, posMbly the president was not quite awake, or surely he would have remem bered the letter written the other day by Judge Day, In the interest of his friend, the president for effect on the Ohio election. Judge Day made no pretense thnt the. Philippine territory "canm to us," but distinctly declared that we did "seek It." Our forces had not captured It, and at no time held more than the bay of Manila and n small part of the land adjoining. While the peace negotiations were In progress at Paris, with Judge Day as chief agent of the president, no hint was given for some time thnt we wanted nil the-- Philippines, or more than a small bit of territory if we desired an. Tho proposition, when nt Inst made, took the Spaniards by surprise, and they protected vigorously. Then Judge Dav made nn offer of J 20,000,000 for the entire group and, still protesting vigorously against being forced to sell, the Svanish commissioners finally consented to the deal. Here Is the Judge's own language in his campaign letter: "Our iiroposftt at I'srls (mboJInl the whleh for t lie ak of linmHUte a n pence with Bpnln It la not Intended to the Inhabitants of the Philip. Pino Islands Into cltUenihlp of the United Htatri, nor Is It the Intention to permanently annex said Islands as an Integra: psrt of tin territory of the I'nlted Mates. Hut It Is the inteatloa of the United Statu to establish on salJ IslanJs a Kovernmenl suitable to Uu wants and conditions of thi Inhabitants of said Islands, to pirpar nnd In due them for local time to make such disposition of salt) Islands as will best promote the Interest! of the cltlxtns ot the United Slates and the Inhabitants of sutd Islands. With such a declaration an this lingering In his memory. McKInlcy, although president say that the matter Is with concress? Perhaps President McKInlcy has in mind the McKniiery resolution, which saved fiom defeat by n single vote the treaty with Spain, The resolution read as follows: That by the ratification of thr tres.tr ot President McKInlcy declared In speech No. 85, delivered on Ills trip around tl clrcle, that: "It Is no longer a question of expansion with us; wc hove expanded." This being so, why does tho i i vf Hong-Kon- g re-ft-- . - itur-oso- ?'. f , n e, "i ?, : v3 i d 1 nt the-Ang- ISfifi-fl- " -- e 1 force-ment- l Chi-cag- o battle-g- round Hantia-McKinlc- y serv-nnt- s Lti-cie- r, - gal-axle- s. er s star-spangle- d ittl-tud- - 1 1 World-Heral- d. m&ffiissv&WteXiZ,,. V3fr33 1 "": -- '"'Ai;! li so-call- ed MASSACHUSETTS Tliej) Are ROADS. Hi ttaprrvUluii nf Trained Knclueura nml Writ Kept Dp. fSO.WO 0intriietel I'nitcr 'w s HANDY CIDER PRliSS. To .MuLr Oni s . Mour' if il I lie r Sluch - (ir nil AlitiiiiliiiK-iI nut'ii til t . To in.il' ii filler press take n plunk 2 In u Iiu'Iioh b IS feel; soft wood will do, lint haul Ik buttt'r. Raw two pleccM four frit loiignntl two plct-f- two foi't; cut uipin In onrli of tin long pieces four Inclii'H fioiu tliu mil nml out-ha- lf inch dorp utul ns wlil"on tin tlilckncM if tin liort pltswn, Thnn splice the four tujjrlhi'r an lllimtniti'il. (Jd a cnrjicu-ter'Iron liem-l- i hrew nt a libout n dollnr, which iIovn for thr wrrw. Pur the chcexe tirlli, get two hoop ntuilc of H cutl rh fr i m jLuuya' w HIMI'Mi riDl.lt 1'ltKBS liriM3- hoop Iron I'litidi hole ft 1)011 1 iixhi'k apart nml lilt with MtlUCH fclHiut 'i fri't long and )', Indies wide mill with miihII mtlU or neivwH fanti-the ktiirH limiilr the hoops. Inning Inch npart. them There kIioiiIiI he a IhImi liottoni to cnteh and olid net the cliler For a grimier take a lean Milt or Hour barrel ami miw Into It al the bilge. Thru tahe a Ixmnl and aw out a (nine lirnil a little mualler than the harrcl hrm), nnd lark It on the (iiitKhle of the tuli head TIiIk Ik to nop-jHithe lull liottotn. Then taken piece if 3 liv 4 Inch by 3 foot M'untllng and chop o(T about half the wood from one end iiiiki to taper, Muooth nnd roundoff the end A Mm k of hard wood with m nile bored one-hal- f Inch deep for the arret to work In iiiimt be iiuiilr to keep from heading .Such n prc can be iiuide for $3 or f I lliislirln of npplm go to iili' on inan.v farm which could be titllmil by making Into cider or tine-Ita- r A 0. .Mcl'herhou. In I'arm nod Home - t. n one-fourt- h rl The work in under the charge of a utate commiiislon of three with olllcrs in HoMon, and n largo corps of engineer. The commission meets, on the average. 'iftcucr than once a. week, nt heail(iiarterH,ati(l holdi a meeting during the cur in each couri-1- ) i In the Mute. It aho calls nil the together nt the end of the to dicciUM the year' work In detail. MiiKachiuetts was one of the II m staten to undertake kjktemntleally to improve her highway, and nlo about the enrllcHt to jiroxldc Inutructioii in road building. Complete cmirek of mi' given In the Institute of Technology nnd the l.iiwicnee Scientific Mi.'hoot, Harvard iiniierfity, models and diawlngs being tmed in the lecture rooms, and vlnltH being made to work. In procrux of construction, Thifc work i niluilrable, but it leipilrcx time to educate road and In the meantime nianj IllHeh uf highway :nur--l br niuiutultied and new roadx constructed. The .!.iiMiehurttK highway coinrnU-mIohas alwavx endeavored to disseminate Information mid give an much Instruction ns possible. Tin: work done during the Inst Ave cir has been lof b cated in nearly the 353 uf the Mate, while some SO more have built modern rnndx; a very large number of tovvnx and cltlex have hud experience In building good roadt The flrxl chance to take tlic contracts to construct Mate roads within their to the towni, own territory I givi-and many have availed thetnkelvexof It; no It tins come about that hundred of men throughout the Mate have had pructical experience in building road, and competent foremen can now be readily eeured where n few jrar ago it wnt almost linpokkible to pcn-oii- . m Ken-m- Al.maehuBetU upend annually about on her tnte ioaii, anil hnK now conipleti.'d tome S2S inileit of permiinint highway. photo-Xtapli- f, ii one-hal- mimic-Ipalltlc- n high-cIu- find learned kcleutltle method and the value of modern road machinery In a iiioU pinetienl way, nx they could not learn ll If modern road were not being coiiktructed befoie their own doort. There ate about CO resident engineer! employed by the commUklon, and one of them in stationed vvhrrevrr a atntc road U built, to Initruct the contractor and enforce proper methods, and lit remain In charge until the road It completed. Above thene are five dlvl HOGS ARE CLEANLY. xlnual engineer and n chief engineer. If Knrmrr Mmitil llrnr Ttila Karl In thin way the work Is thoroughly .vMcmatlcd, theory nnd practice are I malMiitl) Hi Mlnl Th err biought into play and large nunibcrxol iiiilil lit . Utiolrrn, persons- become ac(iiaiuted with the The health of hug docu not depend principles of eouxtriietiiig modern good in nn uicHMiie on the proiuUciiout, roails. Country (ientli'iuan. fritting nf dings. If proper attention r jjIcii tw Hll the hiign hi the couii" NEW CATTLE CRIB. rurm would .i Hie ittakrra of hutr no deiiwiuU fur theli In llil llnrii Ttml Arc (,'nnvilril fur Whtn II i MMld tlie lle oir the IIiiimm 'I lil. Ili-- t li' III Hi- - 1'iitinil the public it Mint to tell the Ailv NiilnurniK, (ruth and b not wiyiiig nnj thing ngmuM them or their remedies Thexo Tlie cut xhnvva n smnll device for hit ii wiu Iiuw: studied hog cholera in crniioiuUitiK rr u iy the entile crib, all IK pliMM arc the II rM to iwiy thai while Mill Riving nil the mom needed. I he i!iimw Artst get Itn foothold In The klanchlous are bionjjht nlinott tc lilthv pen nml janl and from drink- the edge of the fuelling lloor (givin; ing tt,iKiMnt water. Vrtim tliU tart mure width in the hieh ii In nit tlmt are properly cared for be-- , coiiK lufictcd, and. If the si'nmmi Ik lor the devekpmeiil of the get m of dleMe no epidemic of hog choleia folk)W that nweepH Iiokk wortii untold thuiiMtml'i, im.k the Swineherd. ll cannot Ih- khIiI too mnu time tJmt liogn aic cleanly by nature. They are the only domeitic nnimaU that will habitually have a cettain place In which to deposit their dropping, keeping the tcmaiuiler of the range clean if they are allowed to do to. (Sic pine water nod plenty of green feed during the peiiod of development, uuil hogeholeia, if it comi'K at nil, will come from an ou ice. Once it linsarrivcd prompt ineiiKures to check llx rowigctt hIioiiIiI NOVKL CATTI.C cnill. be rexorted to nml pcrklttcd in until the dUciinc Ih checked. grently needed iu many cafea), while the partition in front is hinged at the HORTICULTURAL NOTES. bottom nnd falls out to give xpnee for liuj. ensilage, etc., which Is fed to the Vlunecr treei are rccehed from Mock. If feed are required, they the utioery thr rliotihi be httVd in can be made ofbocR a handily by the iooIh until they are wauled for iu the xpnee before sdiapc to set At the cattle. night planting the partition Is Mint up, forcing the catt How large the plathhould tle to step back to the rear of their lie depends iipau the hIc of the fam- platform, which Insures a clean bed for ily Tor a full mipply an acre will not them for the night. In many old barn be too much. that me crowded for room this device A good dieting of wood n&hcn can will be found very advantageous, a lie applied to Miawhcrricn lit tliU lime narrow "tie-up- " being n source of with lie lie II I. Tliey may be applied on great Inconvenience. In doing the work, the hiirface. and n serious impediment as well to a I. Ice on trees inn.) be killed bydiniolv-in- g eleunly carrying on of dnlry operations, a pound of potash In u gallon of waas with the unnovv it Is very ter and applying oa the alfected parts dllllcult to keep the cows clean. N. V. wilh a briibh. Tribune. One pint of liiiKred oil, four pound Wuuil Aaliea for Apple Treap. and one pound of bieswav, of rot-IIn Fotiic recent tests it was found melted well together, muke n good that the. foliage was greatly impiovcd grafting wav iu sections of orchards treated with Wlieu wieds or grnH arc allowed to wood ashcR, and thru the trees were Ijrow with the tlnei they rob them of freer from disease. The color of the Tlic Nnnir Kseppt In nine. the plant food that rightfully hclougH fruit was also Improved Iu some seaA ranch or plantation Iu Peru is a to the plniitH. sons and with some varieties, but dur- linclendu, In Venezuela it is a hntos. In IMunt raspberries In rows five feet ing tljc seasons which favored th perrow; fect development of the fruit the color the Argentine republic an cMnnclr, in ipnrt nnd three leet apart in the Chill ii rancho, in blackberricK in lows eight feet npart was not heightened. Apparently tho the proprietors nreUruguay a linen, ,ud called haciendndnes, npart iu the row, St. use of ashes has a tendency to hasten and three feet hatorns, estonclaros, rnncheros and louib Itepuiilic. the perfect development of the fruit. lliicaros respectively. In Peru there are Sonic sensons this ripening process was volunteer lire companies in nearly all I. hue, Sail ami I'lnntrr, enrrled so far where ashes were used the cities bluiilar to those we used tn The principal niaterlaln iihed ax that the apples did not keep as well as have In the United States before the ferlilbcts arc lime, tail and plas- on portions uutieated. Prairie days of paid organization and they nre ter, Tlic real object in .inilug koIU Is runner. called "bombnrderos." N. V Sun. phyhlcol condillon, to correct koine Iloplneim nml It Cnue. If laud Is too licnty, a dobe of about 10 Unmiavrernltlr, This peculiar condition of milk or bimhelK per acre of slncked lime will "And you clnlm to be u Is due to a number of micro or n fcimilnr cream lighten It. If too light, nan, John UiUus! You know in your tend to make it more compact. gnulsms which often come onto n dairy Inmost soul you never would iiuve sour, us a remit of turning under farm quite suddenly. We can assign amounted to nn thing In if this world if green cropn, or tiom other cauhcw, the no plausible cause toe their appearance, ,t hadn't been for inel" action of the air ilucked lime will be and while ropy, stringy or slimy milV "Weil," said Mr. Hlllus. sulkilv. 'isn't to t.u'1'eteu the soil. A do.se of lime liuprtBscH m by It unwholesome np ihnt the mune thing? A u,an and Ida it'ioui ouee In eery five or si:; years peurancc, it is perfect ly harmlev JD wife nre one, durn it!" Chicago TribF.JJ.EugH.jimrdt, wli b Jickv. une. pour-esses- thnn. Town otllcinU, too, have - tie-u- - out-aid- e nuiall-frui- tie-u- p The first mate has undergone marked mclmnorphotii ItUo, mid to hil change Is due some portions of the new deck hand's character. Thin win when the first mate hnd a vocabulary which would make a golf player green with envy or an ordinary sailor's parrot dlo for shame. He luiil his vocabulary, and the negroes held the same opinion as the onu who answered when asked if he did not object to the mnte't abuse: "No, boss; dot's whut he's paid for. He's goiter mnke out lie's do!n' somethiii', mi' it don't do us no harm," Xow the deck hands actually object to being sworn nt when the oaths become too vigorous. The negroes of the present deck hand class are the most shiftless of an orpeople. They dinarily do not look as far into the future ni a bnt can sec In daytime, and they dc not rare even when they do seecloudi on the horizon. Heaven only knovvi where they live from one trip of the boat to the btlier. Many spend th time, after n carousal, on the rock pile ami can be accounted for. Others show up rendy for another trip nnd rnnnot tell where they spent the time after they left the bont nt the levee. The deck hand is always n rathe young man. He must have the strength and endurance which only youth ns a Tho work he does sapi rule away this vigor rapidly, nnd the man who lasts more than n few years us a deck hand Is rare Indeed. Dissipation adds to undermining effects of the labor Itself, and the Marine hospital usually receives a man after he hni done n few years' service. I.Ike all other severe labors It is wel! paid for. The deck hand who spin yarns nnd cnlehcs naps between landings and then gets out to carry ashore the groceries nnd bring back the seed and cotton earns more money than any man who pores nil dnv and far Into the night over n set of books. The pay of a deck hand is usually fOO n month, "en when the business Is onlv moderately heavy, and last winter during the big rush a crew of negroes refused to rlilp beeiiue the wages did not suit thetn. They were offered ?W per mouth, but wanted $100 for the trip. It I not in the negro deck hnnd ni n personnge only, but In his phracs as the center of the web of odd customs thnt he elites interest. The first peculiarity which strike.! the observer about the deck hand is Ids walk. He has climbed up the steep river bank when there was the mud of buckshot land all over It, and he hns come down that Fnmn slide with a iienvy weight upon his back. He has adopted a step which prevents him from slits plug, nnd this gives him n pcculiai sliuflllug step unlike any movement seen elsewhere. He combines with this n hoisting of the shoulders nnd n peculiar turn of the head, acquired from turning his face to let n sack rest upon his shoulders. These three traits are distinctive nnd give the deck hand n strange nppearance upon the levee or any where oft n boat or awn.v from the river. As he works going up the Inclines or nlong the gangplank, precariously resting upon a levee's crest, he has n rhvthmle sort of chant which fits In with hU music. Always the same class of songs nre sung. Usually there nre no set words, but some leader chant nnd the others voice the chorus as thev bend to their tnsks. There nre sack songs and barrel songs and music for the cotton bale nnd the ordinary package. The music vnrles with the task ns the movement of the negroes' bodies varies. The cotton song, ns the bale Is lifted forward and allowed to drop, has n cntchy swing In it. Down go the shnrp hooks nnd the hnle stnrts up, to fall with n sharp thud. So does the music. The other nirs, like nil the negro music, nre harmonies, not melodies, which time to the labor. Memphis Scimitar. devll-mny-car- ItsVnciaeers believe that they have solved tho completion rtie .IIokI .Shirileii CJima uf Laborers this problem of the successful it will prove of great enterprise. If to, a Hi He I'n mill In Tlil Councrest Unelit to humanity, no more, truthfuly. try ly 'puking, than bus lioitettcr's Stomach flittcti, the remedy vv Inch never fails to cure nfllict.jiis of tlt. stomnch -- for of what use is e When the writers about the prosptrity without healtii? 'i he Hitters invariver tell of the picturesque feature riant itteri(tln.iisvveak tomathsaad torpid and of the decline of the old times they livers, and is one of the blessings of the age. leave out of account the negro deck A Nude Ilepurture, hand. Hufband 1 hat gown appears to he cut One who niaken a trip lip the rlvci consuUraWy lower than vourlast one. ife Yes; the dressmakers have departand watcheu the antics of these negroes and llBtena to their weird songs nnd ed somewhat from the lines of last ccaon's niodelt tales will not agree with the Iconoclast "I ee. A nude departure." Philadelwho sau that all the beauties nnd the phia Hecord. picturesque features have faded out ol Kvcry render of this paper should give the stcambontmaii'H life. Ah the line special heed to the oilers which are appearof negroes goes up the hill under the ing fr in week to week by the John M. searchlight, with their peculiar swing- Smyth Co., the mammoth mail order house this ing tiead, and sing the music which of Cli Ko. In of a issue will he found their advor'itcintnt thoroughly be nn essential jfnrt lirst-cac- s seijiu somehow sewuin machine, at the astound-liigllow price nf $14 25. Coming ns this ofof. the fiction, the sight Is one which fer ni d other offers a fui a st range vvlldness about It nnd commercial rating ofdo fromone houe with a million dola fascination, too. The negro Is not lars, nnd of the highestover character, they mark the same as he was before the war. nn that the shrewd buyer will Conditions have changed too much for not he slow to take advantage of. The. John M. Smyth Madison that. Hut he has ictulued his love street vvdl Co., bW to ICO West catalogue, send for the fantastic nnd most of those bar- irivvh h is listed their mammothprices everyat wholesale baric customs which civilization sccins thing to t, wear and ue, on receipt of 10 tents to partly pay postage or unable to eradicate from the Ameri- only and even tins 10 routs is allowed on can mind. tirst purchase amounting to one dollar, a To-Ilnold-tim-y MISSISSIPPI DECK HANDS. Tli Istninns nf rnnntnn. T1T70MEN MUST WOMEN SUFFER? lying ly the hour, "we didn't have anything hut chunks of chilly, incombustible gold. Wed hav e paid n Ing price for a few scuttle-tul- s of dollar bills." Chicago Chronicle. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 cars, and believe him perfectly honorable tn all buiinets transactions cd financially able to carry out any obligations made by their Arm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. IUll's Family Pills nre the best. Amontr Long Family troubles, eh? What rock did your domestic ship split on? Short It as the absence of "rocks" that earned the split. Chicago Evening News. Druggists, Toledo, mppoje you had money to burn in the Klnnd kev" "So,' answered the man who had been "I The Fuel Problem. Ilow'a Thlsf e 0. 's began taking Lydia E. Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and improved from the first, had better appetite, and after taking three bottles of Compound nnd one box of Liver Pills, can say that I am cured. Your Vegetable Compound is a wonderful medicine." do suffer! Even healthy vromen suffer! But they are not healthy ! The marks left by pain arc on the young faces of many of our daughters. Pain that leaves its mark comes from n curable cause. If that cause is not removed its influence reaches out and overshadows a whole life. The reason LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegctablo Compound has been so uniformly successful for over a quarter of a century in overcoming the suffering of women, is that it is thorough and goes directly to tho cause. It is a woman's , BrJ remedy for woman's ills. Emily F. Haas, of 148 Freeman Miss St., Grccnpoint, Brooklyn, N. Y writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I wish to vJaKsfSSsKMm state that I used your Vegetable Com ( pound with the greatest success. I was very sick for nearly a year with d and hysteria, was nervous; also suffered with painful menstruation and pain in back and limbs, I often wished for death, thinking nothing would cure me. I had doctors, but their medicines did me no good. At last, by the advice of a friend, I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, nnd I am happy to say it has entirely cured me. Jennie Sherman, of Fremont, Mich.. Box 748, writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I feel that 1 must write you and tell you what your medicine has done for me. I had neuralgia of the stomach for two years, iso bad that I could not do any work. I had two or three Joe- tors, but did not seem to get any bet- yy HTSIHHSvmvI - down-hearte- mr Pink-ham- mm vw ter. I the Ilreakera. JOHN M SMYTH CO 'MAILORDER! HOUSE. MAMMOTHT The and Fever lint rrrscrlpltun for Chills Is m ISI4.25 I2 tnso MADISON to 6T iWECT CHICAGO T5 ulustclessform. No euro no pay. Pricc,Mc Cnji.L Toxic. abottlo of Giiove's Tasti:m:s Ill simplyironandnuinineln ,25 . A Model. Mils Antique Is he a nice, quiet parrot? Dealer Oli, ves, ma'am; he never swears unless he's swoni to! Puck. Mromo Oulnluo Tablets. All druggists refund uioucy if it falls to cure. 25c rake Laxatlvo To Cure a Cold In Una Ir The Man and the Bore. The Solemn Bore "Have ou ever rellected that there vvt'l be no more time?" The Uusv Man "I Indianapolis Journal bavcn"t any now-.' TjW of PUTNAM TADKLESS )YCS colors more zoods than anvothcrdv-colors them better too. Sold by all and druggists. nal-Kae- c c A Polite Man. The Bystander "What are you taking off v our hat for?" The Man nt the 'Phone "I'm talking to a lady." Chicago Tribune. I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure for Consumption. Mis. 1 rank Mobbs, 215 . tid St., New ork, Oct. 2U, USUI. The silent man may be a mine of wisdom, but a talkative fool sometimes explodes the mine. Chicago Daily News. Check Colds nnd Bronchitis with Hale's Money of llorchound and lar. I'iko's Toothache Drops Cure iu ono minute. Talk Is chea; overproduction imhahlv bfeau of the Imago Daily News. Our Price, $14.25 Sewing MicMm. hlzh-jrramachlno eonal A hlih-arto what others nro oskins$.(10 to$15.C0 for. Quaranteed by us for 30 year from data of purchaso, against any Impcrfoo-tlo- n The In material or workmanship stand Is made of the best Iron nnd Is nicely proportioned. The cabinet work is perfect nod is furnished In vour cliofco of antiqucosk or wslnut. It hai seven drawers nil Immlsomol j correil and with nlckel-rlntcrtnir pulU. The mrchiin-le- al construction b equal to that of any machine regardless of price. All worlins parts aro of tho best tool steel, avcry bearintT perfectly fitted and udjustod co as to mftko tha mnnlnjr qmilitics tho lightest, mast perfect nnd neare.it noiseless of nnv marhlno made. This rtwtn Machine his nlltlio latest Improvements. It makes a perfect and uniform LOCK 5TITC11, on 1 will do tho txt work on either tho llshtost muslins or hc.ivi.-sfof A full cloths, sewln? over seams nnd ron?li placos without skipping stitches. nnd enclosed In a handsome pluIi-llnr- l beAt steel attachments, nicely nickel-plateof Instruction metn!, Jnnnnuod box, nnd n complete assortment of accessories and book IX'RMSltliO PRE3 wlt'ioaehmnchlno. rn nlVC I niHL, Vosluptht3machInoC.O.D.8nbJccttonpproTal,onreeeIptof two OU UA lo TDIAI dpiinrs. If. on examination you nro convinced tliat wo aro savins jousiiorSJOonnBantsprlccpaytuobaJnncoandiroiKlitcunrsoatnoiitry gfc llio macliliio. Itnotaatlcitcdatanytlmo withlnOldaysserd tho machlno J4. Uicktousatourexpensound wo will rofund tho fnll purchase prico .. V At Iho The B.e8t Sewine curm iviacnineun lor "MELBA" de ' 'i d st c SMaa rrr?r il which is littad at lowest wholesale Drfccs levervthinfi to oat wear and usc.is furnish ed on receipt of only 10? to partly, pay list VWAArVVAAVvArAAAVAAAMVrVVVSArVVAArVArni .postage or exprcssage and as evidence 101 gooo jawi tne iuv is anuwuuun irs purchase amounting to a I?? or above. oiin mohthiv aoar.rov omet VI mccID iJl r v THE MARKETS. CirtriNNATi. Oct.3L LIVBSTOCIC-Cat- llc common 3 OJ M. 1!1 SfMpi't tiiitrhn. .. 4 (Kl UMD CALVKs-l-'- atr to coo.1 light . 7 St 3 OJ fc 4 IV) IKX1S Coarse nml heavy 4 15 it 4 Wi Mixed i ncUcrs Light KriupcM IU' SHKKI'-Cbo- S3&S3.50 SHOES g" gg . L. DOUGLAS Indorsed liyover l,UOO,UOU wearers. j , hi , lce 3 C5 S LAM US-Sp- ring KLOUK VVlnter patent. UKAI.V Wheat No. 2 red.... COIIN-- Nu Ityr-HAY-Prl- mn 51 jtfVWinyVi' Worth $4 to $5 compared with other makes. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES W. U TlIK CESl IXK k na sad prlr liapd bttM. ll(Ul' 25c 14 J send us 2bs. 4J ."a. 3 Oils No ml: ii 3TTO!. tt V f A. No. mixed 'J ! ii & . A SS't Vi I'KOVlSlnVS-M- n.. IIUTI'EK-Chol- co i holco AIM'LES-Chol- ce LirJ to choice nnrl ttlltt W Cl.U) Ol't 10 world. Vourdealerthouldlteep them If not. we will lend you anslron receiptor nrlce. State kind of lestber, ilie and width, Mala or csp too. W. I,rget totessrod. 50 tuoet inWer In tho of 13 snd S3 Tike no ubitltuto claimed L 11 Free. DOUCUS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Cataloguo Mts. creamery dairy o fancy II J 3U lit S i'OTA'l'OEt PLOUK TOKN-- No Per br IM & C& l S&'i 2 U) 1 J - f1 51 I I ' we will send you Dcmorest's Family Magailne for threo months and give you two handsome pictures la ten colors, exact repro- ductlons of famous oil CHICAGO. Winter pnlcnu bKAIK-Wb- e.it No. 3 ml... No. JCbleato sprint; No. 18) tt 7J is, 01 fiv aw 71 TO 8 OA l I'OHK-M- css i S U (,& n & S Si! or CoM nt once. Conauero Croup without fall. Is the best for lltpuchitis. Gtinne. and Illoarcenrss, Whooplhc-CouKcure of Cunaumnttun. I Motliers praise it. IJoctorprescnteit.l bman uoscs; quiet, sure results. Cures a Couzh I I I IS LAKu Mcam 3 Uli'tt CO 5 n CUKN-- Nu NEW YOHK. OUR Winter patent no. s red wutvAT 2 (VSStXS(jXiiX5)S) 4J', CI r.r... Hi ui una great by Inches. 6i 3 OA'lS Mixed I'oittC New mess LAKU Western I1ALTIMOKE. FLOUR ramtty GRAIN Wheat Na 2 red...'. , houtbern Corn Mtxid No. 2 white Otis rATTLK 1IOU& ORAIN-Wh- Kh mixed 00 HI 9M 5 CJ !.Vi '5 3 zs 3 M II 4 OHJft 71 01 at, 3U et WNCH5 r W! pREg? iZZ? 1 rosti'. anJ page Illustrated catalogue free. mmy is only good for 60 days. Write to ..n This ,ukmw offer I D ffiTALPeUE 110 DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE Art Department AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY FIFTH I Kve No Western INDIANAPOLIS. 2 2 mixed. 2i.tern First quality mlcd No. 5 a. &. 37S 31 SS w 4 4 73 b5 g w S:nd your mine and address on a we will send you our 1SC- - 5J5W Don't Rent YOUR OWN eal red-.,.- . lore. No. Oath No. :.. 3 43 tt 3J (P tt iv O-- $ 176 Winchester WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS nn. Avenue, New Haven, Conn. ESTABLISH A HOME OF 1. LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat No. 2red,.. ( Jtn Mixed, tm-Mix- j i t V ed C 33.t tt or. D tt tt 3 U 71 3SK 01 0 50 PORK Men LARU Sicaai CARTERS INK but no poorest. uiiin-iila- ut Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful information about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures of their homes, barns and stock. Interesting and instructive. Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "Tuu Corn Bhlt," 209 Adams St., Chicago, m I self-mad- o nppll-cntlo- ii ulllcicBt.--l-'anue- rs' LIKE FINDING 3IONI3Y. The use of the Endless Chain Starch Hook in the purchase of "Red Cross" and "Hublnper's Best" starch, makes it just like finding- money. Why, for of ,J Red Cross" Btarch, only So you are enabled to pet one large 10c jiaclr-.j- o one large 10o package of Hitbingcr's llcst" starch, with the premiums, two Shakcspearei panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, embossed in gold. Ask your grocer for this Btarch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. frJfttS WHtKt AlL fLSE (AILS Best Coogb tiyrup. antos Unoi. Coe in itmcu poia or urui(aiu f I TlrirrTTpfflrair-rTr- l A. N. K.- -E 1786 VTHCX WltlTIM TO AIIVKIITINKtta plrKe tittle Ihnt you saw the Ailvcrfls-tuIu till uier. yw w 4 a. ,l".-- l I - ,t 'Wiin i. l4 . JTV.aSty M4WI!lt LS'itf' V-- . " t. 3U. trwier 1 . , v . r5 4 Re-Uni- on Rei'lfoot Lake. on Hrelfot Lake? CONDITION Of ' cunt. 1 Schiira' Four. RiiiMinir E'lllor Courier: WL.U of the Kcunlon Material, 4 ROUGH AND DRESSED BEH, LUM- -, - Doora aua Windows, Shingles &a. Lluio and Cement, Bnilders' Hunlwntv, Patau, Oils, etc. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISH El. FKED STUFFS Hay, OaU, Com, Bran, etc., etc I P AW S FN. enn POPULIST NOMINEE. Can Throw 10,000 Votes to Tajlor. a Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 29-- To from Carlisle to Louinville, John G. Blair, the Ponu'iet nominee fot Governor, declared that ho whs not running with any hope of sue 0688 In November, bnt to defeat Goebel and the regular Democratic ticket, and that be could with draw from the race now and throw 10,000 Populists into line for Taylor and the Kepoblican ticket I do not care to have my iiHine use ." said the lawyer, unless It becomes necessary, but 1 do not think Mr. Blair will deny saying this. I inferred from some other remarks made by him dating the same conversation that possibly he intends to withdraw mid attempt what he s emeil i confident of heing Hblt to ln. lie mild ho hail been cnlled to Lnuinvllle for an Important pnlitiml confer Possibly it whn on tlii ence. well known Nicholas county law. yer, on a train yesterday, enroute subject." Greater Thau a Km?. The Mutual Life Insurance Coin pany hoauts that it has means sufficient at its command to put a fleet of 60 battleships of the firm class on' tin ocean, and could sweep fr m the seas every fleet that flouts and levy tribute or destroy etery seaport eity on the globe, that it can place uu army of 600.000 men in the field and maintain them one jem! that it could build a railroad half way round the earth! that it could build the Nicaragua canal and buy enough land around It to start a nation around it as large as New York ! that it conid buy at $1.25 acre as much land as 143 states the size of Rhode Island ! Here is corporation greater than the gov ernment. Gleaner. will probiblj- - be (he firt thought of ii great untiy who road jour welcome ami valuable piper I was uskeil by several reto write up the trip. I, with luctance, it length agreed to do no, and I want lo any just here lliut 1 feel my incompetency for a uc Ii honored dulled. very n el I know that the story will have to come from votneone,' but, aIh, I feel ux If any one In the crowd would accomplish ihe lank more satisfactory. I whs not in cimp but Utile win out on hut the s boot I ni; dyilappers Keelfoot Luke, (Jot. '231, ms nn etcnl that left onljr pleasant memories and much admiration and gratitude to the few who were assembled at lha lilnok Slough on the nor lb vide of I lie Lake. There were about twenty of the niot creditable and the writer feel too full ol pleasant memories of tho occasion lo And words lo express iiitniel. Such generosity was never observed in any country everybody peemed full of friendship, full of good humor, and the bent of order prevailed. They seemed to entertain for each other a feeling: of benevolence and love, kindlinga flame in the writer's heart thai will ever be kept snored In a calm review of the scenes on this occasion, ibe thought that 1 had brother!) buried in the Hwauipa of Chtckamnuga made me melancholy, and I guess there were none of us but had a bitter recollec tion of a kinsman who bravely fell on some battle field. And there was another sad thought, and that was the evidence thai we are wearing ibe frosts of many winters, and the Hues on our face, brought on partially by exposure during that awful conflict of four years' privation. We, gentlemen and brother veterans, will booh pass over the river, and I do hope thai we will live out these few yejrs bravely. May we have nothing to regret hut (he failure of revolution Our cause was dictated by atrong and clear convictions of duly. Had we faltered in following those conviction it would have been at ibe sacrifice of principle and In Lieut. Parker's letter to the Courier, he offered a prize to the most accomplished story teller, one for Ihe fellow producing the most fish, und also a prite to the one who killed the greatest mini her of the feathered tribe. If tliere were any pities given out I did not learn who got them, but I think I know who driervod thrm by odds In my opinion, the Chairman of the Committer isentulrd to the first prite, Sam Monger, of Hickman, the second, and, it dydapperx, cone, wood ohuck, milpea and rail are excepted, I think I am en titled to the third prize Thl is only the opinion of the wriier about lli miiilrr It dor not make il so, but 1 feel that the majority will agree with me We had some skirmi-liiu- f , hut no regular engagement; did not tor'ify any, no roll call, no bugle sound, no hard I no!., no blue beef Penult me to nay just here gentlemen him I brother veterans of ibe duiiuy Bnuili, that ihe greaii-honor upon Ibe fe that gathered at Ulack liayou, Camp Jim Parker,'' was the fair, beautiful, galUut and pairiotio We can maid, Miss Daisy vVililngham praise ber and olalm for her the homage and admiration of (he world. We must celebrate her valorous deeds in a raptor oug effusion of the immortal song: ''.May He who tempers Ihe wind to the shorn lamb ever have ber in Ills holy keeping, and guide and protect her through future grl n Ken-tuckla- Gen. Fitzhugh Leo brings rood nowfi of the condition of affa(rH in Oulni. The people have gone to work to build up thnir homes." he says. Theimpulnea of. the fJtibatiH are in the right tli reutinn, und although they need temporary restraint betmnsf nf their lack of experlfiice in he hcciiih to think in time they will accomplish iIiih. Jtiet how long thin tlmo will be tho General does not say. It may be for years and it may bo lor ever, but tho General is conscirn-tion- s and declares we should ear-rout our pledge of giving indo pendenco to Ihe Cubans "Just as swiftly ns wo can in reason and "war-wasted J Carl Sell n rz has steeped himself loro until ho imin agines imperialism, iin he terms expansion, a greater evil to tho country than famine, war, pesli It mm and a few other evils uom. blued. Sebnrz has suftleieut nbll ! mill un-struiiiivji ftntiiti'ii tj""'i ivrni' timriip In rwm. a terr hie bogy, and he has done It very successfully. "I am of the opinion," he says, 'that the greatest danger that now threat ens the republic is imperialism." atitt-expanslo- n SIM KM AN WAGON CO.. .MANtlKAtTUKKKN lr Til K KI.KIIKATi:i y justice." Buy your Carpets and Mattings at II. Buchanan's Closing Sale. (Uiilltien of Oluunbvrlalu'H Cough Hem. tnly, to know thut puoplo everywhere tivku pleasure In relating their ex per-- , iouco in tno use or ttmt wpieuuut medicine und hi tollitiR of tho benefit they have- rweived from it, of bud colds It has cured, of threatened attneks of pneu monia it hiu averted and of tho chil-- . lreu it hint saved from attacks of croup ami whooping cough. It In a grand, or ttalo by uowglll cc good nicdlcluo. Cowgiii, liicKinnn, ana a. m. hiiiiw, Stuto Line, Drngghttfl. It will not bo a Rurpno to any one whonrontall ratuiliur with tho Kxxl I I , tedferd & RegersWANT TO SELL YOG - A bo lu Uhlcago looking for Transvaal agent Is for the Boer army. recruits said to; HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS t. GROCERIES, Firesli Meats, Hardware, Qucensware, Hay, Oatfi, itrnn, Lime, and Cement. KHTAltLIHIIBI) lsnn, saw skv n aa (uccr-to- r tum jjilluin. tr., nop T, i MABBt I self-respe- , .S 5?. T" j.VI , if3qferiBnw,i. ElCfi lfWfcaVl'JLAZ ii si 1 11 'I in II .4 fflRfl ' lo It, C, M IUmK, drcM.) ! --- jac; . :? llarhle -and Lri'a.nite Monuments ---w -w- M AM -.. OTJK,33I3ST3-- , hi STONE WORK of nil Kinds, .PRICES WILL PLEASE YOTT. ts'V -- IRON FENCING, &c&o rw.vu - Hiokman, Zy. Bring Your Job Work to This Office Used in Millions, of Homes! Accept noVubkitute ! Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles wailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cat from front of i lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). Sent by Hon head! and nt Best Coffee for the Money ! Try LION COFPEG and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Fancy Qold Rlnjj. Hon years." Now, as I think this is a poor composition, I will give you a rest by closing this imperfect scribllng, but before cloning I beg to remind you that we, Ibe old vete- Genuine KubyScttlna Gold Porla stamp. y To Stop Lynching in the South. George H. White, the colored member of Congress from North Carolina, says he will introduce In the next Congress a bill which he believes will go far to rectify the deplorable conditions now existing In the Southern States. The bill authorizes the exercise of co ordinate Federul and State au rans, are rapidly passing away Ihe grei majority have already gone and in a few years all will have passed the inspection and review of the Ureal Comtnandei beyond the river, and as Ibey answer oue by- one the final roll call on earth, it is meet for surviving comrades to put on record their names; no higher tribute is asked than the simple record of duty done to (be soldier's instinct, no higher prune could be given. Fellow soldierx oi Cnmp Jim Pirtle, I do with that in ihe early-futurwe may meet again and have a good time, bat if it Is Uod's will thai wt be separated for good ou earth, lei us hope thai we may inevt, in that clime where nothing painful can happen RF.KLr'OOT. heads and a EjS5 rollcd-froJ- Ulna. head and a ni jyK- ft damp. Rihl te) Mldl.for eiprttt tcnarfts pr- 170 atamp. ttlk-uffet- ESS! STREN6TH, PURITY AND s' and for IS Sfl If 1 MO.l9VHIM int-v- t l1ate, hnTlne theeiact qualillrt of solid pml, and cuarantcrd by the makers lit.t two years with oidiuary uisgt. New patterns aud rrry loiulkr. PIvaraii(x These rlnss arc irrnuliio to mrrnttMtNn thk size Terr fine umbrella, mailed anion (rami- - with m:tvu rlU; itrcl roJ and tllm Congo handle. Would cot100t the store. A so that the ends will Cut a strip of thick exactly wheu ilranti tljMly around of the flnircr Lay one end on this diagram Joint at the 0, and order the numUr the other end Indicates. ur Dress-Pi- n Hon Set. nalkd cent stamp. Three l)lni In ihe ct( lancer than llionn), composed of line rolled-solwith handsome wulit-tilnncck-pln- t i, cufl-plnt, ruby-colore- Knickerbocker" Watch. I Pair of Ucc Handkerchiefs. Twoextraflne cambric handkerchiefs, with beautiful Ira- lace Die-slll-on Art Picture, Easter hJ, tr 2. it Itt vj 1 The following are Ihe names of those who attended.' Lieut. C. H. Calliev, Li J G Parker, thority for the protection from Adliiiunl It. A tlrowdfr. 1'ost Co mm in I. the lyiiohlug of all persons cliarg er J. A. Collins Coinnidi's J. U NHKpon, C W V. J Willincham, ed with crime, and guarantees a V V impurtia! trial and pro Crocket, V. G. Plrile. Jas. Pirtle. Water fair and Valley; tectlon until the courta shall de- dam Stay,W. Q. Welker, Water Valley; IJeelertonj Henry George, Win cide us to their Innocence or gull'. go; J. P. Leach, SssairH Itidgr; W. K. Representative White has said Ulakemore, Sam George I'ete George, Sam E that the President has promised Qouger, Wm. Stoker, A. F. Oliver, J- M. U. Itaniar, Mr. the support of the administration Sanson, Miss Elnm Sam Sanson, Or. No Leach, J. to bucIi a measure, and ho believ- ble Davis,It. Sanson, 8. W. Gotiger, V. H. Gouger, es his bill will become a law. It JefTGouger anil J. S, Knoerr, of Hick-maIb the I elief of the author that in Chap. B. C Charter and II. W cases where a State claims it is Fleming, of llornbeak; Drs E. A. and '.. T unable or neglects the majesty of F. Tavlor, of Kent6n, Tenn,; O. of Water and Herman Walker, law and properly guard against the Valley; W. H. FariSj of Ileelrooi J. M lynchiugs, the Fedoral authorities Moss, E A. Moss and Itobt. linzell, of should take a hand utid see that Clinton; Alherl IteeJd, of Union City; vinleuce Is not committed. J. H. Ulair, J. Urowder, W II. D.innho, .Ino. Alexander, E. C Heed, Mlse Htiby Uenuetl, and Lr J. D. Cane, of Fulton: The Hoy Uod Made. nod Miss Daisy WilJIngham, of Water Valley. There ia an ancient story which ALL the European naUes are you all know, of a boy who gavn a It-- Olvan for 17S Hon bead and a stamp. Neat appearing and an excellent tlrae-keepe- r. drcctlnjr" OIen for 8 linn hettls cut from Uon Co(- -! wrapper and a stamp. A hlchlv artUUo set-tln- n Suitable for Child's let. Sash-Be- lt or as a Solid case, with ornamental back. Nickel movements, escapement fully jeweled. nickel-silve- r I 'Knickerbocker" watch. The famous tloni In the corners. hem, machlno Half-Inc- user T,i-4- , hematite-hoi- ; and Buckle. Mention your t.u'i Ladles' Watch Chain. A double strand of best silk cord, united at Intervals with colored beads : neat and For IS Hon bead and a substantial. 2cent Usap. stylish and durable, A pair of thtta handker chiefs given for IS Hon head cut from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2c. stamp. that will grace ileture, waiii.meaure uea Madias. Children's Picture Book. dent's Watch. stamp. Tho celebrated " Inter-soil- " watch ;stB' wound and stem-acdurable nickel-platecase: each watch accompanied by guarantee of the maker. A reliable nt t: d time-keepe- n; Hon beads and Hailed Ire lor 00 m W PW Century m Uon Coffee wrapper and a fUnp.n Latwl style of lmrted black Swiu ribUm Iwltlne: styllih Imitation oxldlied slUer buckle; neat, strong and tuhlonable. gros-grai- Malted free for IS lion heads rat from sortment Olven for 10 Hon head and a tamp. KliUcti large ngcs of Onote tfelouiu Illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover. Wo have dlllcrent books, so you ran get au as- contrail to tho little girl and her white Faster llllrl. Hire, 1UVM appropriate Inches. Tho backfrruund of royal dark-blufurulshes a n -r For 10 Hon beads amt 1 rents wlUsMid It tinned ready for banging. Flower Picture. Sliver Par f Jt nt I Cook-Boo- k. .! Napkin-Rint- j. m ,'7i s stamp. Neat and substantial. Made of durable metal, heavily Two dlderent patterns. illver-plate- linn KaHa miA Ladies' Pocket-Boo- ft 1 1 tM the little corrected retorted boy God made isn't here today." We are taught that God made all boys, but to most of us, the boy be made is our own boy and others are of questionable origin. I will assure them the boy God made is your boy. We begin, according to regulations with the definition "What practicing shooting. Our soldiers wrong answer to the first question taught theiu the uecesbily for in the catechism and upon being good shooting in the Spanish war. No, The following wnif U Coin-Purs- e. Ports lion bead and 2cent iiim. Color. 'dark brown. Made of fine kid leather; cham ois lining: nickeled frame, with strong snap-la-s tcnlng. e. going the aru told rounds of the Htuto press : of a young Judy in it neighboring town who waved a handkerchief at u ntrun-ge- r and in three days thoy were married. Two days later tho young ltidv waved a flutiroii at her husband, uml tho next evening ho came home wur-- . iug a divorce. Large sIm and latest shape. Black seal .grain leather, with five separate dlTisIons.lncludlng wilS a flap to hold visiting; cards secure. Olven for 25 Hon head free Uoa wrappers Coffee stamp. and a 2c tuck-pock- celpU, also trvatlso 3 nn thn laUie nf thi able 3M pacs of valu- - 3 xklnE re- - ? kitchen, dlniiis c room, laundry, sick- - S room. and remedies n for the more com- - 5 mon diseases. 8 Olvenlor IB lion Z heads and a o r Zr HM cooa ioor -- "CinTvmf & m n Tor 8 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. American llcnuty Itost-- and Lilies HUe. 11x21 Inches. Ilrlght and artistic coloring. rW- - 'The Dancing Lesson." tanp. rj Pocket-Knif- e. Ladles i Table Cover. Durable, Pen-Knif- ,,Por fS Hon head Lion Coffee wrapper cut from and a ?c. Boys' terlar: handles nicely decorated and assorted colors. A SPECIAL dispatch from Iial-- I is a boy!" Different people would M01103 Is being' Him mo- elgh, N. 0.. says: give different answers. her i etghbor his big sister, Mined by the Daughteid ol the ther, bis teacher, and the other boys, Confederacy and bj camps of Vet all have a notion what your boy eraus in uid of Mth. Stone wall l is, bnt if tlieee could be material- Jackson, who is needy, In very J material that will stand washing. 32 Inches suuare. Including fancy fringed border. Mailed free for 28 Ilea bead aad a 2c. sUap. The"EaS7. i 0x.-ner"- blade; d strong, sharp handle. For (2 lion head and a 2c. stamp. Tho green grass nnd trees, tho little brown kitten and the girl's dress fonn n pleasing combination nf col ors. Bite. !5x21 Indies. Hailed free for S lion head and a stamp. snow-white THB ABOVE ARE ONLY A PEW OP THE UON COFFEB PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this aafer I Doa't get It I The graadett list of premium ever offered I Vou always know UON COFFEB by the wrapper. It la a sealed package, with th lion' bead la froat. It I absolutely pur If the package Is unbroken. LION COFFEB I roasted the day It leave th factory. IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'Whea writing for premiums send your letter In the ssm envelops or mure iiibii 10 nun nraaa are sent, you can wnn iiuii iivu. save postage by trimming down tne margin. Ask your grocer for large Illustrated premium list. Address all letter to the Ri ized they would not recognize each other. Whatever definition may make, it is certain that God made the bov himself, and whatever we may aay at timet, we are II atf mitt, in him. curable disease, One chapter of. the Daughters hue already raised ' 1700 for, ber." ia said to be suffering poor health und almost blind, nt her home in Charlotte, N. 0. She from an in-- j 1 WOOLSON SPOE OO., Tolodo, Ohio. (' ' v( I ? &, sasaaglfJl JT' "n Re-Uni- on Rnt Ifoot, Luko. CUXMTIOX OF CUBA, j Sciuirx' Fenro. Building Material, ROUGH AND DRESSED BEH, LUM- - 4 Doors aud Wiudown, Shingles &u. Lliuc aud Comet t, 'i Builders' Himhvnro, Paints, Oils, etc. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. FEED STUFFS Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran, etc., etc L P. &W. S.Ellison POPULIST NOMINEE. Can Throw 10,000 Votes to Taylor. a Frankfort, Ky., Qct. 20-- To well known Nicholas county on a train ycBterduy, enroule from Carlisle to Louisville, John G. Blair, the Ponu'iBt nominee foi Governor, declared that he was not running with any hope of success in November, but to defeat Goebel and the regular Democrat ic ticket, and that he could with draw from the race now and throw 10,000 Populinta into line for lay lor and the Itenoblican ticket lnw-ye- r, subject." I do not care to have my name use ." eaid the lawyer, unless it becomes necessary, but I do not think Mr. Blair will deny saying thin. I inferred from mime other remarks made b. him duiing the same conversation that possibly he intendu to withdraw and attempt what Iip s etned so confident of heing able to lo. lie null! he hail been called to Louisville for mi Important pnlilienl confer Possibly it wan on tl.i ence. ('renter Than a Kmtr. The Mutual Life Iinuranee (.Join pitny boasts that it Iiiih uieaiiH sufficient at ItH command to put a fleet of GO battleships of the firsi class, on' tin ocean, and could nweep fn in the seas every fleel that floats and levy tribute or destroy eery seaport city on the globe, that it can place an army of G0O.000 men in the field and maintain them one ,enr! that it could build a railroad half way rouud the earth! that it could build the Nicaragua canal anil buy enough iijnd around It to start a nation around it as large ub New York ! that it conid buy at e1.25 acre as much land as 143 states the size of Rhode Island Here is corporation greater than the 1 years." E'lllor Courier: What or the Reunion on lleelfot lke? will probubty be the first thought of h great many who rend your welcome ntul valuable puper I win inked by several to write up the trip. I, wllh grest at length Agreed lo do co, ami I want lossy just here that 1 feel ") incompetency for such honored dalles very well know that the story will hove to come from someone; but, kIhs, I feel no If anv one In the crowd would arcntn. pllsh the task more satisfactory. I nits not in oimp but little whs out sbootlnu dyilappera but the reuulon on Keelfool Luke, Oct. V3J, was nn event Ilml left only pleasant memories itnd much id tniratlou nnd gratitude lo the few who were Assembled at the Illack Slough on the north side of the Lake. There were nbout twenty of the niot creditable and the writer feels ton full of pleasant memories of tho occasion to find words to express himself. Such generosity was never observed iu nny couutry everybody seemed full of friendship, full of good humor, and the best of order prevailed. They seemed to entertain fur each other a feeling of benevolence and love, kindling, a flame In the writer's heart that will ever be kept sacred In a calm review of the scenes on this occasion, tbe thought that I bad brothers buried in the swauirs of Thickamauga made mo melancholy, And I guess there were none of us but bad a bitter recoilec tion of a kinsman who bravely fell on some battle field. And there was another sad thought, and that was the evidence that we are wearing tbe frosts of many winters, and the lines on our faces, brought on partially by exposure during that awful conflict of four years' privation. We, gentlemen and brother veterans, will soon pass over the river, and I do hope that we will live out these few years hravely May we bave nothing to regret hut the failure of revolution Our cue nun dictated by mrong and dear convictions of duty. Had we faltered in following those conviction it would have been tit tbe sacrifice of principle nnd In Lieut. Parker's letter to the Courier, ke offered a prite to the most iccomplisheil story teller, one for tbe fellow producing the most fih, und also a prlte to the one who killed the greatest number of the feathered tribe. It there were any ptixes given out I did not learn who got them, but I think I know who deserved them by odds In my opinion, tke. Ciinirruau o tbe Committee is entitled lo the first prixe. Sum (.longer, of Hickuixn, the second, and, it dydapper, coves, wood chuck, snipes nnd rail nre excepted, I think I amen titled to the third prize This inonlj the opinion of the wrlier about lh- - 'matter It dor- - not make it so, but I feet thai the majority Hill agree with inn We had some skirnii-liiuf- -, hut no regular engagement; did not lor1 if) any, no roll call, no bugle sound, no html i:ic!., no blue beef Penult me to y just here gentlemen him! brother veieraut of the Sunny Bnulli, that the geeMeit honor he. towed ujkjii the few that gathered at Black Ilayou, ' Camp Jim Parker,'1 was tbe fair, beautiful, gallant and patrlotio We can maid, Miss Daisy tVilllngbam praise ber aud claim for her the homage and admiration of the world. We must celebrate her valorous Jeeda in a raptur ousetfusion of the immortal song ".May He who tempera the wind to the shorn lamb ever have her in Ills boly keeping, and guide and protect her through future 1 Ken-tuckiaself-respe- ct Gen. Fltzliugli Leo btings'rood Down of the condition of affairs in Oulin. The people Imvo gone to work to build up their "war-was- t ed homes,'' he says. The impulnes of, the Cubans are in the riln til reutinn, and ultliotifih they need temporary restraint bentnse of their lack of experience in ho seema to think in time they will (teunmpllsli this. Juet how Ioiik this time will he the General does not say. It may be for years and it maybe lor ever, but the General is conscientious and declares we should carry out our pledge of giving Imlo pendence to the Cubans "just as swiftly as wo can in reason and I Carl Schurz lias steopod himself n lore until ho hit- 'agines imperialism, an he tortus expansion, a greater evil to the country than famine, war, pestl lenito and a few other evils com. blued. Sehnrz has sufllelent aliil ity anil creative power to a terr hie bogv, and he has antt-expanslo- n UU KM AN WAGON CO.. .MANtlFACTUHKKN lir Til K .'t.M.IIRATl.l con-'stru- of the opinion," he says, 'that the greatest danger that now threatens the republic is imperialism." qualities of Chamberlain 'h Cough Hern edy, to know that pcoplo everywhere take pleasure in rotating their experience in the nso of that Hplouiliil medicine ami In tnlltiiK of tho benefit they have received from it, of bad coltla it has cured, of threatened attacks of pneumonia It lias averted mul of tho children it luiH saved from attacks of croup and whooping cough. It is a grand, good mcdicluu. For salo by Cnvgill Ss Cowgill, Hickman, and A. M. Sliaw, Statu Line, Druggists. A . & tiono it verj Riiiicefltmiuy. "i am who aro It will not at all famlliur with tho bo a aurpnso to any tmo kooiI justice." Buy your Carpets and Mattings at II. Sale. Ixedferd & RsgersWANTTOSKIiLYOD - Buchanan's Closing vjuicugu miming iui ruuruna for the Boor army. no in TDlNUVIiran.nl I...I... ,ia. ..(, la until " ! In HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Tt1 y 31XiKflimc'v GROCERIES. Frcsfi Meats, Hardware, (Jncensware, Cement. TOM DILLON. ( SuccM.or ? Sr., Prop'r, ltmK, Jrt'J,) to II C. I 1 smmi& i'i3rSTZmcr' .M I im mm flaf S Marble and Granite Monuments ". T tX-t- TY0UR1 r Hay, Oats, Bran, Lime, aiHl DOOR. OTJEBHTO-STONE WORK of all Kinds, I , .PRICES WILL PLEASE YOTT. HON FENCING, &C..&C TSLy. ,i.M X. s - Hiokman, Bring Your Job Work lo This Office Used in Millions of Homes 1 Accept nomib&titute 1 Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of i lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). Sent by eiprea icnarr pre paid), lor 170 (Ion ncadi and atarap. Best Coffee for the Money ! Try LION COFPEG and you will never use any other. It Is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing: but Coffee. Fancy Gold Ring. X INcfRtusroR MNlMCh(JS'Qe Tor 18 lion head and a tamp. To Stop Ljucuni(r in the South. George H. White, the colored member of Congress from North Carolina, says he will introduce In the next Congress a bill which he believes will go far to rectify tho deplorable conditions now existing in the Southern States. The bill authorizes the exercise of co ordinate Federal and State an from Now, as I think this is a poor composition, I will give you a rest by closing this imperfect scribling, but before closing I beg to remind you that we, the old veterans, are rapidly passing away the great majority bave already gone aud in a few years all will have pnsed tbe inspection and review ul the (ireat Commandei beyond the river, and as they answer one by one the final roll call on earth, It is meet for surviving comrades to put on record their names; no higher tribute is asked than the simple reoord of duty done to the soldier's instinct, no higher praise could be given. Fellow soldiers oi Camp Jim I'irtle, I do with that in the early future we may meet again and have n good time, bat if it Is Uod's will thai wa be separated for good on earth, let us hope that we may meet, In that clime where nothing painful can happen REEM'OOT. Genuine ItubyScttlna Gold King. Tor 35 lion head ami stamp. Rrnuliinrullcd-en- appraranm aud ijualilli' uie These rlncs arc Iltorui mnirn invery itu au.1 lile. hsTtnj then set of mild Ruld. and guaranteed by two years mtu omiuary uisge. New ular. L a to mrrniotiNnTHK Ctit a strip of thick Btrr- .- A Tcry fine umbrella, mail of onion illk-uffetframe with Mjven ttrvl rod and (liter Conso handle. Would coat tlOO at the store ill, STRENGTH, PURITY UND Knickerbocker" Watch. I eiarlly mul nhen draun tightly around second )olnt of the finder Iji y one end on this diagram nt the n, und order the uuniUr the other end Indicates. trr so that the ends will Dress-Pi- n Set. nalkd tre (or IS Hon htadt and 2 cent ttimp. Thru liii In (larger than ilionn), com. of nne rolled-golwith handtome Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Two extra fine cambric with ported dallion insertions in the corners. Half Inch hem, Imlire me- thnrity for the protection the lynching of all ptisoiis cliarg ed with crime, and guarantees a fair and impartial trial and pro de-oi- Tbe following are the n units of those who ul tended: Lieut C. II. Calhfv, Li J 0 lrker, Adjuiunt It. A Browder l'ost Co nun an J. A. Collins romrndes J. D MnKrn, V V thct rxd J, ruby-colore- act-tln- n Vullej; V. 0. Welker, Water Valley; tection until the courts uliiill lieelertou; Henrj (leorge, gull'. damJ.tjeny, Leach, SaairH Itidgr; W. iti as to their innocence or F. ). go; Representative White has said liUkernore, Sara Oeorge Pete George, Sam that the President has promised Gouger, Win. Stoker, A. F. Oliver, E SI. L). HaniNr, Mr. J the support of the administration Sanson, Slim Khun Sam Dr. No. 1 Crocket Hn, walit-plm- , ncck-pin- i Guluble for cuS-plnj. NV V. G. J WillirtK'iam, C W I'irtle. Jus. PI rile. Wnter child Sash-Be- lt H. or at a Olven for 175 Hon beads and a stamp. Neat appearing and an excellent time keeper. Solid with ornamental back. movements, Nickel escapement fully Jeweled. The famous -nlckel-tllverras- Art Picture, Grcctinjr" from Don Col. wrappera and c 2 -- cent Hon hrads cut lEaster Olven for fl fee stamp. machine-hemstltchoj- ; ''Knickerbocker" watch. and Buckle. Mention your waln-meai- Ladies' Watch Chain. A double strand of best silk cord, united at Intervals with colored beads ; neat aud Por IS lion beads and a substantial. stamp. stylish and durable. A pair of these handkrr chiefs git en for f A Hon heJda cut from Uon Codes wrappers ami a 2c. stamp. A highly artistic picture, that will vraro HA approprlato rimm The backKruund of roaldnrk bins furnishes a ti Children' Picture Book. large of Mother Ooofc Melodies llliittrated aud with likely lithographed cover. Wo havo dlllerent book, K) ou can get an as sorttnent. mniroil to tho to bucIi a measure, aud he believes his bill will become a law. It is the elief of the author that in cases where a Slate claims it is unable or neglects the majesty of the law and properly guard agaiuRi lyuchiugs, the Federal authorities should take a band and see that Clinton; Allien Meed, of Union City; violence Is not committed. J. II. Blair, J Browdcr, V II. I)inlio, Jno. Alexander. The Hoy (Jod Made. .Sanson, Leaoh, J. II Hnncon, hie Uavla, 8. W. Gouger, l H. Goilger, Jeil'Gouger and J. S. Knoerr, of Hickman; Chap. B C Charter and II. W Fleming, of Hornbeak; Dts E. A. nnd .. F. Taylor, of KentOn, Tenn.j 0. T and Herman Walker, of Water Valley; W. 11. Farie, of Heelfooi; J A I Moss, E A. Mops and Hob'. Bazell, of K. C Iteeiln, Mia? Ituby Bennett, and Vr J. D. (Jane, of Fulton: and MIks Daisy Wiljlngbam, of Water Valley. vuea Madior. Watch. Mailed free (or IS Hon htiit cut from Lion Coffee wrapper and a atamp. Latest ittle of Imrorted black Swiss ribbon ityllih Imitation oxidized silver buckle; neat, strong and fashionable. jtos-grai- dent's n nailed free for 90 lion heads and a The celebrated Ineer-soi- l " watch ; and nickel-plate- SSPW atamp. mgcs Oh en for 10 lion heads and a gixU-ct- i little gltl and her white Kntt-e- r lilies. Bite, HxiS Inches. Por lo lion beads ami 3 will send It tinned rrady for baoslog. stem-woun- d Flower Picture. d Silver nt Napkln-Rin- y. watch by guarantee of the maker. A reliable time-keepe- case; each accomjmu-le- d 'I an ancient story which yon all know, of n boy who gave a wrong answer to the first question in the catechism and npou being corrected retorted No, the Utile boy God made isn't here today." We are taught that God made all boyB, but to most of us, the boy be made in our own boy and others are of questionable origin. I will assure them the boy God made is your boy. We begin, according to regulations with the deflnitioi, "What is a bot" Different people would give different answers, fit" mother, her i eigbbor his big sister, his teacher, and the other boys, all bave a notion what your boy is, bat if these could be materiul ized they would not recognize each other. Whatever definition may make, It Is certain that God made the bov himself, and what ever we may say at times, we are ill Intereittd in bun, There ia ALL the European nicies are practicing shooling. Our soldieis taught them the necessity for good shooting in the Spanish war. the rounds of tho stuto press : "Wo aro told of a youug lady in u iiuiKhboring town who waved a handkerchief at u stranger and In three days they were married. Two tlaj'B later tho young ladv waved a Hut iron at her iiuhbiti(l, and tlio next oveniug ho eamo homo wuv-ina divorce, Bolinr g Por 15 lion heads and a stamp. Neat and substantial. Made of durable metal, heavily Two different patterns. silver-plate- Century able celpts. 368 Cook-Boo- k. Ladles' Pocket-Boo- k; Coin-Purs- e. Ports 'dark Hon The following waif is brown Made of fine kid leather: chamois llnine; nickeled frame, with strong ilinn. heads and Color. Large site and latest shape. Black seal grain leather, with Ave separate dlvislons.lncludine; wltfi t a flap to hold visiting cards secure. tuck-pocke- pages of also treatlso 3 on me lawir oi tnu 3 kitchen, dining- - 3 ruuuj,iuuiiury,iiL-- cooklnK valu- - 3 re- - 5 ! 3P 14. Jt) C1HTVY COO BOOR Tor 8 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. American ileauty Hoses and Lilies Hire, 11x21 Inches. Jlrlght and artistic coloring. Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp. heads Clivnfor2S from Uoa Host sump. room, and remedies for the more common diseases Qlvtn for IS Hon lo heads and a The Dancing Lesson." Ladles' Table Cover. Pen-Knif- e. Durable, material that will stand washing. 32 Inches sauare. Including fancy fringed border. Mailed free for 25 Uoa beads and a 2c. stamp. .Por I? lion heads cut Irons Lion Colfee wrappers and a 2c. stamp. Large site: Kood material; handles nicely decorated bud ussorted colors. Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. Thc"K.it7: d - strntig, sharp blado; handle. Por 12 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. from Hal-- ' eigh, N. 0., says: ' Money Is being inised by the Daughtcis oi the (Jonfederatty anil by uampH of Vet etuns in uid of Mrs. Sloiienitll Jackson, who is needy, In veiyl poor health und almost blind, at bee home in Charlotte, N. 0. Shei is said to be suffering from an in-A 1 special dispatch The green grass nnd trees, tho little brown kitten and the girl's dress form a plenilng combination of Bite. nx'Jl Inches flailed free for ft tion heads and a stamp. snow-white col-nrnt ! THO ABOVQ ARB ONLY A PEW OP THB HONCOPPEB PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear la this aaaer f Doa't aslsa It I Tbe rraadett Hit of premiums aver offered ! IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'When writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or package with the Hon heads. If more than 5 Hon heads are sent, you can save postage by trimming down tne margin. Ask your grocer for large Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the 1 It Is a sealed package, with the lion's bead la front. It Is absolutely pure If the package Is unbroken. LION COPPEB It roasted the day It leaves the factory Vou always know UON COPPEB by uurable disease. 1700 for tier," the Daughters hue already ruined One chapter of j I .. -- the wrapper. WOOLSON SHOE OO., Tolodo, Ohio, vf r i v V - tw mass- -i -- u iMn f