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I) y t" """JJ1 WESTERN KENTUCKY. VOL, XXXIV, NO. THE ELECTION. HICKMAN, FULTON CffJNTY, 51. I asmuMmmmmmmmtftm?wmmmmmmmmmmwm Local and Personal. Some Special VALUES in W. Ladies JACKETS and fcw. .j CAPES, Plush and Cloth, were received thin week. -- ? ; -- W Our showing of Ladies Garments, Jackets and Capes, Ladies Suits and Skirts is the best we have ever shown, and We invite scales have been heavy. vour attention to our offerings. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. luuiuinuuiaiiiuuuuiuuuiuuuuuuuauuauuiuuuu; rrn rs i ? 1900, NEBRASKA.. ligion. The Fusionists carried tbe State The following Is the vote for Conn U Dr. Dabney w ill preach at tho Uhris by a mHJority of not less than 15,- uau unnreh bunuay morulug. tvery oilmen, 000. electing ex Governor Hoi- body tnvHeily INDEPENDENT CITIZEN'S TICKET. 160 comb to tbe Supreme bench. The - Deputy oherltT Geo. Carpenter at B. T. Davis, U B. Brevard, 143 Fusioulsts made heavy gains in i teuded tho Democratic rally at Folton K. C. Beckman, 142 nearly all Republican strongholds. Monday night. 189 L. P. Ellison, . MARYLAND. I It's a pity that tho avcrago fellow 131 J. O. Weoru. ll.cau't borrow money us easily as he can 129 J. W. Cowgill, Smith, the Democralio candi- Tho following is the vote of the counall, thu wide world ty for Governor, State Senator, Reprethrough, sentative, aud the proposition to issue Of high mid low dogrue, bonds to the amount of $20,000 to build There's much of bliss In store for you a now court house : If science truthful bo ; For boou high heaven'B stars will fall East Fulton Goebel. 180 ; Taylor, 80 ; To shootiug, hit or ml), Brown 10 Senator Watson, 10S. ReAnd aucicut custom bids you all presentativeEgbert, 165; Porter, 80. .For cuuh star tako ajkuw Court House-F4, against ICO. West Fulton Goebel, 169; Taylor, 53 ; Brown, 19. Senator Watson 185. Turkeys nro ripening. Representative -- Egbert, 186 ; Porter 40. Thanksgiving day falls on Thursday Court House For 6, against 106. .JOthiiist. Lodgton Goebel, 94; Taylor, 18; Farmers lmvo commenced gather Brown 7. Senator Wataon 72. Representative Egbert 72 ; Porter 9. Court lug com. House For 6; against, 110. Solid oak. Clock, half ?Oayce Goebel, 189; Taylor, 26; tionr strike, $2 at Brown, 11. Senator Wateon 166. ReBuck's. John Noonon, of Fulton, was in tho presentativeEgbert 167; Porter 24. 23, again&t 188. Court Houso-Fcity Sunday. East Hickman Goebel, 188; Taylor, Tho flnjt snow of tho season foil 87; Brown, 8. Senator Wateon 116. last Thursday. Representative Egbert 116; Porter 75. Miss Julia Jackson visited in Un- Court House For 200; against 21. West Hickman Goebel, 188 ; Taylor, ion City, this week. 90; Brown, 8. Senator Watson 125. There is said to bo a great scarcity Representative Egbert 126 ; Porter 83. of hogs in tho county Court House For 200 ; against 12. Sassafras Ridgo Goebel, 36 ; Taylor. Suth Thomas Clocks at unlaced 8; Brown, 3. Senator Watson, 82. prices-- at Schlknkkk's. Representative Egbert 82: Porter 6. Clarence Coruui has returned, from Uourt House-F- or 40 ; against 4. Madrid Mend Uoebel, 28 ; Taylor, 6, IBII IU1IUU1J1UU1U, uviji. V -- Tho young pcopln complain about KScmUoi; Watson 24, representative 4, against 22. Porter 1 Court House-Fllickumn being very dull socially. el 964 ; Taylor 809 ; Brown Mr. Thou. Knight, of Loulayille, 61. Goebel 's majority 695 Senate vMtcd Mrs Mat Adams this week. Watson 834. Representative Egbert, Egbert's j Thoelectlon is over, and now the 818 ; Porter 318. For 488, majority 495. against 623. theirinning. Court House wllUiavo Don't tall out with a man on ac City Election count of either his politics or his re ! or or Democrats Redeem Maryland. Nebraska Increases Her Ma-- " jty. Kentucky Claimed by Botn. Ohio Overwhelmingly Repub- lican. All interest In tbe elections Tuesday centered in tbe States of Kentucky, Ohio. Nebraska and Marylaud. fjf or Totals-Goeb- . Kentucky Is tremblingnwkward-l- y between tbe rooster and the log cabin. Tbe Republican State Committee claims it bv about 7,000, and tbe Democratic Com mittee by 5.000. It will probably take tbe official figures to decide and probably then tbe Governor's election will be contested. Tbe Legislature is safely Democratic. Tbe personal antagonisms provok ed by Goebel's nomination overshadowed all other Issues. - burrow trouble. lht r lo com fore (be pcopla Thl cn b dona on; hII kind; through tbe medium of great nmsp-.-pe.Special iitliMillim given in the selling nf Utml Kutute of Now it ih lira, iberefore, for ml rtiireieiili h Oill line of llie bent and most reliable Fire limiir voter lo imlipcrlbt for the bM and n..mi..miM iluliiii' litiHincHH iii ihf Stun, mill Unit "Old Ui'lliililf" The Iimn Hlrnulyj tnoti reliable newtpuper obuinable. MUTUAL IltSNKKir LIKK INSUHANOB 'JO., that the whole - Html Weekh Hei.ublle catr p.td out l.rgil. over 10II,(IMI Lift Inuriiiii'f in Ulrkmiin ami vlclnl- Arid nf..ih)IIiIcI net. it i" Demo ,., , the newbile retard to ,. in liollCJ ol ailA ri'KUiwr IV. mill in I hi. II nir the iiliriilii'Ht Itlid lit Iimitrmiri Oiint)Hii iloing Imihiim'hm in thin uoniitrv. lie soliclis j k-l t,0llt(cl panln.i.lwliboui prejudice. till ,. . . II. I ...Wat U.kuta Id UbII IIIHl ! Him ll.lUlll.MCI-- . Alltir i ... 1. it i ir.rr...io.imB.i - - ""; flttlt iA HI nf stir nthfr nftnrr. 1IA tprolal fealureii are lha bett. Intact, il read-er- a it the paper for Ibnt large cIb of Yf 0. JMIISS05, . X. IIOI.COM UK, t. PrM. IJ. T. TTIikH. I'ren I. wbo oatinol a (lord or do not li'e lo the daily papert. Attention Ih alto called to llie Kepub . llo't Sunday Alagailne lit haC tune II liittrallont nlone arc worlb llie lubnerip. tion price. Jl la made up of special nr liclet by I he belt literary laleul, embrac loir a variety of current tubjecti ol mm. . Neat ft attire of absorbing ln tereti are lllmlrated and enlarged upon For Ibe benefit of the ladiee the laleM l"t'-lonare band.omeljr lllualrated The Ke 1 public Sunday Mnailne it alwayt Inter IMIOI-'ITetiinK to every member ol ibe family. IO.OOO. 4)ltfiMW 4M The iiibtcrlpiion prlre of llie Wc offer tho most Liberal Aucomnioilntion- SollcltR otir bulne8H. Kepulillo it ( 1 00 per year. The onr OiiHtomoro OoiiBiHlent wllli KHtaliliHlipd lo Republic Sunday Magatiii it $1 '26 per Baiikiiii: PrinttlpleR. year Bold papert are now btin(t oflere I at the eerjf low pri e of $ 1.50 a jear. To Dlfi-BOTOK- S tecure this low rae both unmt beorderel HOLOOMMJ. ,1. NAYLOll, W. II. BALTZER and paid for at lh tame lime. K.T.TYLKIt. 0. A. Aildrett all nrile-- t lo TUB IlKl'UIU.Il' J. W. COWGILIj. W. L. McOUTUIIKN. M. B. SHAW. Si Loula, Mo. ber. e-- REAL ESTATE Nl' INSURANCE AtiE liit i THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAI PAIGN OF BUCK is tho best posted and Ontlptnii in tlin ottv. nifikt nriiptiriil I'l Kriii t(it rl fron. niio.in (1itt9(w Rn "-- : r--: t.-:-" ." i intl sollti gold Ulasses for $1.00. NEW TICKET. ""'. J. J. Nay lor, . rm potlllcl. Die bollllct of (lie . .t . lien re now nin loruieu nnu iiiv dr.l ditcuntnl. Tlif voice of ihe nit a recordtd bj ballot l llie ppri .1 rl . Luten uud children havo .nturued from a visit to relatives at Ful-OMrs. S D. n C. i'heek, Jno. Weatherly, A. A. Faris, R. M. Isler, R. M. Metheny, A ' - v uud Moscow. log drcidiMlba-MiUoy-o- l'rtldotll r tleollon will !! profci Ever nexldccad the ire rU qufillon- - eliiien mutt Miwj ty wo, 1 ,,....., gw -j wICKMA1T BAXTK AM :. KastiaRLIU 1 HICKMAN, KBNTXJOity. II.MlIMi:il ud und buv vonr diamonds. iiey aro still going up and are liable? to yapea lOO.ner cent, - . . t .i L'V. t mi ElMtropllOtoniicogfa'phy,' Is the' latest. Don t pronounce it u yon are in a hnrry to catch a train Services at the Methodist Church, next Buuday, morning and night, by Pmidltig Elder Jenkins. Mrs A. M. Ellison Is in Clinton, this, week, attending tho Golden Wedding of .Mr. and Mrs. T. Moore. Union City Commercial .Courier: Mi Mai Williams is visiting Mrs. H. T. Kmerson at Hickmau this week. - Jack Frost has put'a stop to Yellow Jack iu tho South. All qnurautines have been raised and tho scare is over. -- Mr. Keeblo Somers, formerly night operator at Union City, has accepted a IKWitlon with tho N. O. & St. L. Ky at urrv fer.frMraurw.;-(HMraKiarnrKii- SKEPTICAL WORLD. exaef-Bl,irtng date, was elected Governor by a majority estimated at from 10.000 to 15,000. It is reasonably certain ,86 that the lower house or tbe As80 86 sembly will be Democratic by a 63 safe majority, and the Democrats will elect enoagh State Senators to offset the Republican hold 97 92 oers. iu Mtupa m . . thu place. Paid Capital $50,000.00 a Semi-Week- ly Mr. Jorgenhausser Used to Worry, Hccdu-- e liis nilvorlU'setnctitH in tlin Incul piipcrs didn't nttrnct uitention didn't draw a crowd to his More and help him to hoII kooiK rH'i'tn li) NOW HE DON'T WORRY o luts found that he enn git lilty mid, chuck full ol Htiehlious. the hesl ihut are line in newbpupohs the country over for in hi a dollar- - und that with their help it in mere pluy lo uron can no me to u " l ." l rniitft! uds which fill the bill taiix. All lines. Send a dollar lo Why? Hi'eiuiHH hu firrtt-rat- iD 8 Deviim-hirc SUPPLY BUREAU, BOSTON, MASS. Made Youmr Aifalii. Ono of Dr Kind's Now Life Pills each ulRht for two weeks lias put mo In .. i u, niy leo h "Kh l.. writes D II Turner, They're tho best . u eiiinj ? iu the world for Liver, btoniaun unit Dowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. Only l!5o at all drug stores. St., Kooni 24, Editor Seen Wonders. Kdltor W. V. Harry, of LoxliiHton, Tenu., in exploring Mammoth Uavo. milrnnlil snvrri OilHIl Of PilOS. n , ink e nro throuuh usIiik Uucklen' Ar,nv iired him it is another s..lv worM's wonder. Cures Piles. Injuries, Inflammation, mid all Hntllly Kruitions. Onlv 20c, at all ilrug slus. 11 14111 .:.. Return to tno Courier oflico. Miss Leona Pmltt, daughter of Perry Prnitt, of uearWoodlaud Mills, died Friday and her remains were interred at Salem church Saturday. Splendid Selection of Union City Commercial Courier : Hon. Rico A. Pierco went to Hickman NEW BOOKS, yesterday (Sunday) to coufer with tho officers of a government boat in regard to tho Tiptouvillo loveo. STATIONERY, Tho Tree Barber Shoo is tho place to got your shaving, haircuttiug iGTllN$,&,c uud shampooiug done. Prompt service und courteous treatment. A. L HOOKING, Prop'r- Thero will be a meeting of tho Call und see our Slock. Every members of tho Baptist Church at the church uext Tuesday night, to talco an thing up to date. actiou upon calling a Pastor for next Mary Bkukndks & Co. year. Every member requested to bo present. Stun "Luton, Ohas. Perry and Tom Thomas went to No. 8 Island, Snuday, iu the now .gasoline launch, "Pearl," the property of Mr. Luteu. Sho Is a beautiful little craft, aud sots the water llko a thing of Ufo." (Sucornor to Wm. Diettelbrink,) ' Mr. 11. Buchnnuu has offered to dbalk IN- glvo tho city a haudsomo fouutuiu, to bo erected in tho publio squuro iu front of tho depot. It will prove an ornament to tno city, aud a lusting monument to the generosity of a publio spirited citizen. Miss Ilheua Mosher uddrchscd the boys aud girls at tho College, Monday morning anil bIuco then has orgauired several olassos iu Phyeical Uulturo. mW FREE DELIVEKY. Theso classes will givo au exhibition of Telephono Store No. 94; Res- - their work at City Hull, Friday evening, Nov. 17. Ulenoe, No, 00. Cash Book Store. which meets at Brownsville, Tenu., next weok. Now is about tho timo for you to plaut your advertisements if von expect to do any business during tho approaching holidnys. Mr. and Mrs Ben J. Hurt week were called to Fulton, this week, on account of the serious illness of tho little daughter of Johu Ford. LOST. At the Woodland Mills Bnrbccuo and Confederate gold A largo new supply of Carpet Samples just received. New Putterns and very cheap. Call and see thorn. H. 0. Amiiehg. Mow W G. Helloy will leave Monday, to attend the annual Conference fjtf rimmid double lens spectacles. gjtf by a reduced plurality. Crane carried the State by 50.000. Boston went Democratic by about 7.000. scientist to UHke the statement The Democrats gained several that this sphere is approaching members of tbe Legislature. its lust act, and to name the day NEW JERSEY. of the year, month aud week, nay, New Jersey returns indicate the very hoar for the ringing that the Republicans will retain down of its final curtain. control of the Senate and AssemHe gives a scientific reason for bly. made gains, taking off for but TueDemocrats influence the the world's not sufficient to good and all and says it will in the senatorial election, lie swashed into fragments and result which takes plaoe in 1901. atoniP by a swift butt from the MISSISSIPPI. Temple comet. The collision is In Mississippi tbe entire Demoscheduled lo take plaoe at three o'clock sharp ou the afternoon of cratic State tlo&et was elected by Monday, Nor. 13 so (bat those an overwhelming majority. wbo care to make tbeir escape to VIRGINIA, Mars and the Moou have bat litReturns from Virginia indicate' tle time to gel ready tbeir bal- that the Democrats will have a loons and airships. tremendous majority in tbe Legis-tura- . The comet Bcare bas been Martin will succeed himself sprang several times before. Faibs in tbe U. S. Senate. eoieiiliflo deductions to prove NEW TORK. that muudane destruction is at Although tbe election In New bund may fnghteu a few nervous aud credulous natures, but a ma- York was purely local, tbe Re jority of those who read them are publicans went before the people likely to sneer. It will probably on nationel Issues and were sound-lthrashed. The Republicans will require a whole flock of colliding comets to jar tbe skepticism out control tbe next Legislature by a of these doubting Thomases. loss of two. Tammany swept tbe Falb will never convince human- decks in New York county. ity that be is a prophet until be PENNSYLVANIA. trots out his shooting star and Pennsylvania probably elected knocks Mother Earth iuto a huge Col. James E. Barnett, (Rep) for dustheap. State Treasurer by a majority of 150 000. The Republican pluraliLevi Bates, Esq., of Hickman, callis estimated ed lu to see us Tuesday. Mr. Bates ty in Philadelphia y zeal save predicted the end or toe world selling dates for its ocoor rence and describing the method of Its destruction. Snob prophecies have been recurring at Irregular intervals ever since the deluge. Prof. RudoiDb Falb, of Vienna, Is, however, the first professional (iiilnariy wwhj 'iijHBi about 30,000 plarality.' McLeaa carried Cincinnati and reversed a Republican county. majority in Hamilton MASSACHUSETTS. Massachusetts went Republican ifj formerly Hvm1 at Bessie, but removed at 40 000. to Hickmau lost March. He is one of SOUTH DAKOTA. tho largest land owners ot this county. It is estimated that tbe RepubBefore Ins removal to Hickmau, he served her faithfully as magistrate of lican nominee for Supreme Judge tno uessio aistnct. xiptonvuto tress. in South Dakota, was eleoted by i. B. Barfcktt. -- Fancy Groceries and Provisions, tmruoKY. KitWAH, When tho irresistible girl goes shop plug, saysuu exchauge, she never knows what she wants, through the labyrinth of pretty things that greet hor eyes in tho stores she becomes wildly confused. She can't center herself ou anything, so It's a sample of this, please ; aud a sample of that, pleaso ; uud of something else, please, until she is loaded witli scraps of every hue aud texture. She takes them home and looks at them from every advantageous point, shows them to her mother, sisters, brothers, tho cook, and hies over to the neighbors to tho right, left, hero, thero uud everywhere until sho declares she must uiako her own selection without iny neip, uuc wun tne assistance or lalf a dozen more trios to tho different stores she decides sho will not take any, but seuds olf to Louisville, or New York, or Chicago, or St Louis for more samples. What would the dear thlugs do without employment? well-stocke- about 10,000 plurality. IOWA. Returns from Iowa indicate tha the RepubliuMti State ticket was eleoted by 00,000 plurality. The Republicans also made gains iu the Legislature. We are here to stay and doing business at the old stand, opposite store. No one will appreciate your patrouage more, or take more pleasure iu trying to please you than we barbers. Will Ouowull, R. U. Calu-weand H. R. Ivy. A ns Wit-ting- 's I I 4W ll CARD. On tho eve of nolne to the confrnr-tnlrn tlila t.totlirvl if atnMulnn gratitude to the ladies who so generously presented uie with a handsome over-coa- t, W. O. Hkflet. T .. oS" '- - - HI1"!1 HPT sT 'i 1 i)l pipwminnMiiipiip iiirt'iiWIlpwiUBII "WtumilHi 'Mini '" Wli fTP' W' wwm wwi , ' KKKSSEBffiKftS P II n r .V til THE HICK 1859. K jSJ B .9A m0y , 111 11' ll .. fT-- OLDEST NEWSPAPER Vn- L- WESTERN KENTUCKY. KY., NOV. 10, 1899. The Vote of Fulton County. JJ ' Hf I i T U XYIXL. 1 I I IL jlTl LI7. .(? ' J. jority. I -- 1 ESTABLISHED " HICKMAN, FULTON CffJNTY, VOL. XXXIV, NO. 51. THE ELECTION. if 3 :n , j mtmmmmmmmm?ftmnimmmmmmmmmmtw It Some Special VALUES in . J Local and Personal. Now, sweethearts all, thu wide world turmigii, Of hiuh uud low douree. There's much of bib iu store for you ii scieuco iruturm do; For boou high heaven's stars will fall To shootiug, hit or miss, Aud aucieut custom bids you all For each star tako a kiss I V " " 'f v" V Ladies - . JACKETS and 4 c f a?- - CAPES, PW wort1 ffir Cloth. received thin week. r : Our showing of Ladies Garments, Jackets and Capes, Ladies Suits and Skirts is the best we have ever shown, and We invite sales have been heavy. your attention to our offerings. L. P. & W. The following is the vote of the county for Governor, State Senator, Representative, and tho proposition to issue bonds to the amount of $20,000 to build a new court house : East Fulton Goebel. 189 ; Taylor, 80 ; Brown 10 Senator WaUou, 106. Representative Egbert,- 166 ; Porter, 80. Court Hoose-F- or 4, against 1C0. West Fulton-Goc- bel, 169; Taylor, 63 ; Brown, 19. Senator Watson 135. Turkeys nro ripening. Representative Egbert, 185 ; Porter 40. Thanksgiving day falls on Thursday Court House For 0, against 105. 30th hist. Lodgton Goebel, 94; Taylor, 18; FaruiurH liavo commenced g4her-iu,- ; Brown 7. Senator Wataon 72. RepresentativeEgbert 72 ; Porter 9. Court coru. House For 5 ; against, 116. Clock, half 'Gayce Goebel, C Solid oak, 189; Taylor, 26; " lionr strike, f 2 at Bock's. Brown, 11. Senator Watson 166. RepJohn Noonon, of Fnlton, was in tho resentative or Egbert 167; Porter 24. 23, again&t 188. Court Houso-Fcity Sumluy. East Hickman Goebel, 138 ; Taylor, Tho first huow of tho season loll 87; Brown. 3. Senator Watson 115. last Thursday. Representative Egbert 1 16 ; Porter 76. Miss Julia Jacksou yisitcd iu Un- Court Houso For 200; against 21. West Hickman Goebel, 183 ; Taylor, ion City, this week. 90; Brown, 8. Senator Watson 125. There is said to bo a great scarcity Representative Egbert 126; Porter 83. of hogs iu tho county Court Houso For 200 ; against 12. Sassafras Ridge Goebel, 36; Taylor. gjtT" Seth Tliomus Clock at reduced 8; Brown, 3. Senator Watson, 83. prices' at BCHI.KNKKIt'H. Representative Egbert 32: Porter 6. Ulareuco (Joruni has returned from Court House-'F-or 46 ; against 4. n tiuit li Ifitifki Kniwi Madrid Bend Goebel, 26 ; Taylor, 6. v Tho yonug people complain about KSenator I Watson 24. orRepresentativ- e4, against 22. Court Houso-FPorter Hickman being very dull socially. 964 ; Taylor 809 ; Brown Mr. Thos. Kulght, of Lonlsyille, 61. Gocbel's majority 595 Senate-Wat- son Tailed Mrs Mat Adams this week, 834. Representative Egbert, r 813 ; Porter 318. Egbert's majority 495. i Thoelectiou is over, and now the For 488, against 623. ' wUUiuvo their lUDing. Court House "Molu.you-so'- Democrats Redeem Maryland. Nebraska Increases Her Ma- - Kentucky Claimed by Bot$. Ohio Overwhelmingly -- Repub lican. All interest In the elections ........ A s Totala-Goebel it . I'lfrTion.1 Don't lull out '.with a man on ac count of pitlicr hii nnlitirci or his ro- - City Election The following Tuesday centered in the States of Kentucky, Ohio. Nebraska and Maryiaud. Kentucky is tremblingawkward-- s between the rooster and the log cabin. The Repnblioan State Committee claims it bv abont 7,000, and tbe Democratic Committee by 5.000. It wdl probably take tbe official figures to decide and probably then tbe Governor's election will be contested. The Leglslatare is safely Democratic Tbe personal antagonisms provoked by Goebel'a nomination overshadowed all other issaes. NEBRASKA. Or. Dabnev will preach at tho Chris tian Church Sunday morning. Every - - S. ELLISON. wxty UiVHeit, -' Is the vote for Conn-cilme- INDEPENDENT CITIZENS' TICKET. 150 143 142 189 131 129 by a mnjority of not less tban 15,. 000, electing ex Governor The Fnsionists earned the Slate Hoi-oom- b aiaitiiiuuuuiuauumuauuuiuuuuuuuaaiuuuiuiui IF,. T- - TTZ'T. REAL ESTATE THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAI - Deputy Sheriff Geo. Carpenter at- KteuiUd the Democratic rally at Fulton ii .uuuuay uigiii. It's a pity that tho uverugo fellow f,cau't borrow money us easily as he cau .ixirrow Irouuie. or BUCK Is tho best posted aud ,niott practical Opticlnu in tho city. 'iJiyin tefted free Cheap Ulasses ti iud solid gold GlaRsea forJ'J.OO. I. 15c Mrs. S. D. Luteu and children havo i.Kturmtl from u visit to relatives at Ful- 1mi and Moscow. Hurry up and buy your diamonds. ey are still going up and, aro liable-t-o B. T. Davis, R B. Brevard, H. O. Beckman, L. P. Ellison, J. O. Wearn, J. W. Cowgill, to tbe Supreme bench. Tbe Fasioulsta made heavy gains in nearly all Republican strongholds. MARYLAND. I . NEW TICKET. J. Naylor, J. g. Cheek, PAI6N Clie OF 1900, bollllra of (lie treat politic!'! formal and the Ilea ore now datei iliicuieil. Tlif voice of the Jno. Weatherly, A. A. Faris. R. M. Isler. R. M. Metheny, A tot l cvi SKEPTICAL WORLD.. til wgy-- , ac2 l Tway tjraH oi Electrophdtomicrography IS U1U next decade. Ever; eltiteo oiuet u latest, jjou i pronouueo ltir yon are in zeal bHve predicted toe end of the about 30.0001 plaralfty. McLean rem nuettlon. tbm lire to come the f ,,, ih. n,.l. ThU cm be done onl n uurry to catch a train world setting dates for its occur carried Cincinnati and reversed a sHling of Kent Kslate of hII kinds; lbrouh (be medium of great nrwepn-peKpeclid iitiiMilloii tfivn in lite mice and describing the method Republican majority in Hamilton ua wt i ibvn t.uu Now It ihe lime, therefore, for Mid rriirfufiilH h full line of tin best unci must reliable Fire IiiHtir next Sunday, mornlug uud night, by of its destruction, Such prophe- county. and Pntluiug Llder Jenkins. mid Unit "Old Reliable" voirr to .uLncrtbe for l be m n.miimtilPK MASSACHUSETTS. .IiiIiik litiKitieHN iii ilir State, cies have been recurring at Irregobuinahlf. The moi .MUTUAL HI.NI.KIT LIKB INSURANCE t'10., Unit Iihn ulrci.dy .tewt reliable new'pupercoter the whole Massachusetts went Republican Mr, A. M. Ellisou is in Clintou, ular intervals ever since the deVeUl) llrjiulilio ...I.I ...it lar.ri.li .. Vnr I (III (1(1(1 I .if.' I ll N II Tit ll CI III IIIfklllHIl 1111(1 vlcltll- - field nf ixiltllael news. While it Uerao. tlili4i(b. nttrMiilinir thn Gouleu Wjki luge. . by a reduced plurality, Crane carr . Prof. Rudolph Falb, of Vienna, ried tho State by 50,000. Boston iv. mill a Ihp.ii iil Hit I'lieiilit'M HUH neni itlicj (if HIIA" rcguliir LI'e , mlo i( pniigj,,, ,j,e newa Id re rd to tlinp of Mr. aud Mrs. T. Moore. ue BMiivein A politlenl panle witi.out prejujice. n IiiHiiriinci- - UtMllimiiA ilnllii bllMlii'Hs I n huh coiuiirj, ui0n City Commercial . Courier : is, however, the first professional went Democratic by abont 7.000. rviee u su , M telegriplile mlcible ' Mul Williams is visiting Mrs. H. scientist to uiHke the statement Tbe Democrats gained several .vnii r pitlroi.Mgi. Cull hiiiI ni' him. perlor lo that of anjr other -paper Ji'... Kiii('non at Hickman this week that this sphere ib approaching members of tbe Legislature. ii are the hr'l in iBci, i.i nrclal feature Jack Frtwt has put'a stop to Yellow ita lust act, and to name the day ola of read- ia the rarer for Ihnt Inrce NKW JERSEY. IT ('. J(IIIM)5, All quurnutines of the year, month and week, nay, ('. 4. IIOMOM1IK. I. B. T. TVt.MI. era wbo cannot a fiord or do not have ac Jack in thn South. New Jersey returns indicate rnlhed and the scare is over. the very hoar for the ringing hnve wen eeaa lo the daily papera. that the Republicans will retain Attention is alo called lo the Kepub , Mr. Keeblo Somcro, formerly night down of its final curtain. 111 half lone il of the Senate and Assemlle'e Sunday Mayatlne operator ut Uniou City, has accepted a He for control lutrtioiii alone are worth the eub'crip-lio- mention with tho N. 0. & St. L. Ry at the gives a scientific reason for bly. TheDemocrats made gains, taking world's off price. It la made up of special nr lliU place. but not sufficient to influence the (lolea by the bell literary talent, embracgood and all and says ll will result in the senatorial election, InSJ A large now supply of Carpet be smashed into fragments and ing a variety of current aubjecta of aa. Samples just received. New Patterns which takes ptaoe in 1901. terest. Newe feamrea of abiorblng atom by a swift butt from the are llluelrnled and enlarced upon and very cheap. Call aud seo them. MISSISSIPPI. Temple comet. The collision is H. 0. Amhehg. For Ibe benefit of the ladiee the late'l laab. In Mississippi the entire Demoscheduled to take place at three lie loot are hand.o'nely IllustraieJ The Row W G. Helloy will leavo publlo Sunday Mnailne in alwaji inter to attend the minimi Conference o'clock sharp on the afternoon of cratic State tlofcet was elected by o.ooo. ettlns to eeery member of the family. which meets at Brownsville, Tenn., Monday, Nov. 13 so that those an overwhelming majority. I'ltOFITN t(ltri.tlH Tin aubacrlpiion prlre of Hie Semi. next week. We offr tliti moal Liberal Aocoiiiiiiodntion- wbo cure to make their escape to VIRGINIA. SoMcitH vniir buuiiifSH. 00 per year. Thr Weekly Republic ii Now is ulwnt tho timo for you to Mara and the Moon have but lit lo our OiiHtotnurB OoiiKistent with KdttilillHlieri Returns from Virginia indicate-tha- t m SI 26 per Kepublin Sunday Magailne exBitnkinu I'liticlplcH. year Boll, paper are now hdnft oflerel plant your advertisements if von ap- tie time lo get ready their bal the Democrats will have a loons uud airships. at the ? erj low pr e of $1.60 a jenr. T pect to do any business during the tremendous majority in tbe Legisproaching holidays. aecure till low ra'e boil. mul be ordrrel The couiot scare bus been ture. MHrtin will succeed himself time, lli Mrs Ben K.T.TYLKK. O. A. HOLCOMBE. J. NAYLOR, W. II. RALTZEIl and paid for ator.le-- . nmcTHE HF.l'UB l.H' wereMr. and Fulton, thisJ. Hertweck sprung several times before. Falbs in the U. S. Senate. to Addrrat all culled to week, on Hoieniiflo deductions to prove J. W. COWOILL. W. L. McOUTUMKN. ,M. . SHAW. St Loula, Mo. NEW YORK. of tho serious illness of the little thut muutlaae destruction is at daughter of John Ford. Although the election In New hand may frighteu a few nervous -- LOST. At the Woodland Mills ami credalotitf natures, bat a ma- York was purely local, the Remid Confederate Barbecue publicans went before the people gold rimmed donblo lens spectacles. jority of those who read them are will probably on nationel Issues and were soundlikely lo sneer. It Return to tno Conner oftlco. ly thrashed. The Republicans will Miss Leoua Pruitt, daughter of Per- require a whole Mock of colliding control tbe next Legislature by a ry Prnitt, of ucar Woodland Mills, died comets to jar the skepticism oat Friday aud her reinnius wero interred of these doubting Thomases. loss of two. Tammany swept tbe at Salem church Saturday. Full) will never convince humun-It- decks iu New York county. Splendid Selection of in thn local papers didn't BfCrtii-- o his ndvertii'somentH PENNSYLVANIA. that be is a prophet until be Uniou ity commercial (Jourier : Hon. Rice A. Pierce went to Hickman trots out his shooting star and Pennsylvania probably elected worn Iii uttract intention didn't draw a crowd to his NEW BOOKS, yesterday (Sunday) to coufer with tho knocks Mother Earth into a huge Col. James B. Barnett, (Rep) for officers of a government boat in regard tit (j re unci help him to Bull goodH. daatheap. State Treasurer by a majority of to tho Tiptonvillo levee. 150 000. The Republican pluraliSTATIONERY, Leyl Bates, Esq., of Hickman, call- ty in Philadelphia gjgT" Thu Tree Barber Shoo is thu is estimated place to get your shaving, halrcuttiug ed iu to see us Tuesday. Mr. Bates uud shampoolug done. Prompt service formerly lived at Bessie, but removed at 40 000. MiTllNS.&t uud courteous treatment. to Hickmau lost March. Ho is one of SOUTH DAKOTA. thu largest laud owuers ot this couuty. A. L HOOKING, Prop'r- It is estimated that tbe Repubhe can yet fifty first-rat- e Ins removal to Hickman, he Wliy? Because ho hits found that There will be a meeting of tho Before Call und see our Stock. Everyfaithfully us magistrate of lican nominee for Supreme Judge iidts, chock full of Mii'i'i'htious. the host thut are members of the Baptist Church at tho served her district. Tiptonvillo Press. in South Dakota, was eleoted by the Boasio cliumh next Tuesday night, to tako nu ring in his line in newspiipohs the country over for thing up to date. about 10,000 plurality. action upon calling a Pastor for next dollar--an- d When tho irresistlblo Kirl goes shop- thut with their help it is mere play to u year. Every member requested to bo plug, says un exchange, she never knows IOWA. Mary Ueukndks & Co. present. uds which fill the hill to u "T," You can do the what she wants, throuKh the labyrinth Returns from Iowa indioate tha Send u dollar to unit1. All lilies, Sam "Luteu, Chas. Perry aud Tom of pretty things thut greet her eyes in the Republlunu State ticket whs stores sho becomes Thomas went to No. 8 Island, Sunday, tho She can't conter her- elected by 00,000 plurality. The in tho new .giu.oline launch, 'Pearl," wildly confused. the property of Mr. Luteu. She is a self ou anything, so it's a sample of this, Republicans also made gains in AD SUPPLY BUREAU. beautiful little craft, aud sots tho water pleaso ; and a sumplo of that, please ; the Legislature. uud of something else, please, until sho I'llko u thing of life." (8ucofsor to Wm. Uleatelbrlnk.) Wo are here to stay and doiUg ' Mr. II. Buchanau has offered to Is loudod with scraps of every hue aud 1 DRALKa IN- texture. Sho takes them home and business ut the old stand, opposite Wit- BOSTON, MASS. givo tho city a haudsomo fouutuiu, to looks ut them from every advantageous ting a store, jno one will appreciate 8 Povoiirhiro St., Kimm 24, bo erected in tho public sqniiro iu front point, shows them to her mother, sisters, your patronage more, or take more of the depot. It will prove uti orna- brothers, tho cook, uud hies over to the lu tryiug to please you than we to tho city, aud a lastiug monu- neighbors to tho right, left, here, there orbers. Will Ckowkll, R. U. Calu-wel- l ment Made Young Again. Editor Sees Wonders. ment to the generosity of a pnblio spirit- uud everywhere until sho declares she uud II. R. Ivy. ed citizen. V. Barry, of Lexington, must niiiko Iter own selection without Editor W. Quo of I)r King's Now Life Pills a"card. uny help, but with the Rheuti Teiin., iu exploring Muinnioth i.'nve. KMTUOKY. boysMiss girls ut Mosher addressed the half a dozen more trips toassistance of MMKMAN, the different tlio College, Monday and gpvrrc ciisn of Piles. His each night for two weeks linn put mo in u my ' toons' again," writes D II. Turner, On the eve of going to the conference mornlug ami since then has organized stores she decides she will not take any, quick cure through using BueUen's Ar . .......... r run luisi .., several classes lu Phyeical Culture. but seuds off to Louisville, or New I take this method of expressing my - ....., .............. mr FREE DBL1VBKY. imii ii w immin' i iiimiiKiwmu'ii. I'.i. 'I'luir'rn nlca ruivo conviuorii the world for Liver, btomaoh and Theso classes will givo an exhibit iou of York,i or Chicago, or St ..Louts for uioro gratitude to tno lauies wna ho generous ... . v world's wonder. Cures Piles. Injuries, ' s. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. Telopliono' Btore No. 94; Res- - thoir work at City Hall, Friday eve- samples, wnat wouiu tno dear tmugs ly presented we with a haudsomo over uud nil Bodily Kruptious. Iuflmiiiiintioii, cxiaV, Only 2Co nt all drug stores. Y. U. HEfLEY. do wit none employment r ning, Nov. 17. iilence, No. Jlfl, , On y 26c, at a tlnig hious. drcide-lUenoliae-or lag I'rtiidanU-- at recorded bj ballot !! l the apprca proU Smith, tbe Democratic candidate, was elected Governor by a 97 majority estimated at frosa 10.000 92 to 15,000. It is reasonably certain , 8fl that the lower house of the As80 85 sembly will be Democratic by a 68 safe majority, and the Democrats will elect enough State Senators to offset the Republican hold overs. leetlon will nlia.-r- 'l ' m,$? x.&: a erritlgiui $ b- -f r. , ry bl ! ..-.--.- - - wICKMA1T Prl. ... rr'l. iNiiil I Eatnltllahol i 4.l l.Mllli:i HIOKMAN, KENTTJOKr. I Capital $50,000.00 8mad. - ANK n eit Mou-da- y, JS 1 DIJBl.EOTOIS I - Mr. Jorgenhausser Gash Book Store. Re-uulo- Used to Worry, y NOW HE DON'T WORRY up-pe- n ur-riin- gu . 1. BavtXati Provisions, well-stocke- Fancy Groceries and omitr-irtpi- l ,. .,.-..- .. ... 1 J 4sfe JTM t The Hickman Courier WHITE GEORGE WAltKE.V, Pab)lher. KENTUCKY KJEIIED lit POSTAL MATTERS. i J LFREE DELIVERY. of the First Asilsttut General Perry lleMii. Postnuster GREAT REJOICING, The lutonouiout UbU,Ud. e'ttloluos of 'gr-N.iU The Annual Iteport of the Anilltor of tha I'o t Ulltc. Department Monty Orilrr System. Vnunal Kcport lil "You Can't Catch the Wind in a lluiuuut of vUt wu ln tiUud l'lv0, HvloU Sr-s- Net.'" UICEMAN . t I' 5 Sun. ii T Mon. Toe. WedJhur. hl Sit. L $ 5 J 13 ir ii!2 3i? J 26 20 2l" 22 23 24 iiiiii. 18 f .f 27 28 29 30 .... TT ATTTf TtTTl CURRENT TOPICS Panama canal construction employ over 8,000 men. JOIIX ltl'Lt. uses 1,700,000,000,00c matches annually. roCLTKT and ejrgs yielded $9,000,000 In Missouri in 1S9S. ABnowr.ooT comes from the bulbs o South American cannas. The strike of the Boston upholsterers is now in its twentieth week. The imports of Irish linen into Germany has d.m.nished very much. (CoL) has more bicycles is proportion than any other city in the country. IIawah'3 unofficial territorial dele-pain Washington is a graduate ot Harvard. A feather of an eaj;le shot by Dewey has been turned into a pen by a 'Cincinnati man. IUTI8II recruiting' officers are said to be 'enraging German for service in Africa. Kaix has never been known to fall in that part of Ejypt between the twe lower falls of the Nile. Paius municipality erected France's chief labor temple. It cost f400,000. and is used by 82 organizations. A uir requiring corporations to pay wages at least monthly has been declared constitutional in California. EMrEKon William wants an enormous increase made in the German navy to make it the equal of any sea force except that of England. In London the various underground electric systems for rapid transit involve th expenditure of about for their completion. TiiK.anti-Hritls- h crusade of the German press on the Transvaal war is said to be greatly against the wishes of the emperor and the government. Acr.F. odcc meant a field of any size. The Germans btill use the word in this sense. God's acre, meaning a ccmetory. De-sve- k te undcr-office- ri S100,-000.0- Wakiuxoto.v, Nov. 7,The auditor tinctly Unpalatable to the of the post office department in his an nual report shows that during the last rh Adoption of m Uniform Myle of Matt People of England. year the number of post offices in the llux for the service to It l'ui t United states Increased from 7.U70 to and Krpl In Kepslr Hy th Department Urged. the number of domestic BOERS SEEM TO HAVE THEIR OWN WAY 74.331; money orders issued increased from 27,7yS,07S. $101,113 Wahihxoto.v, Nov. C A vigorous representing Gen. White, With the Aid of the .Naval 717, to 29.007.S70, representing 3mt. ilea for rural free delivery is made in 4NJ,3o. n nut increase in nnm-- i lie annual report of First Assistant Guns Mny He Able to Hold His bcr of 1,209,700. and in voiuruci Postmaster General IVrry tv Heath, Own at LudvMuith. of Sl..3C'J,0!ftJ. During the year thd made public Sunday night. revenues of the postal rice increase Mr. Heath says the service so far has It May .sake a De.perate Effort to Cat cd from S9 012,013 to 895,..Oil. SS4. am resulted in increased postal receipts; the expenditures from 597,853,407 ti enhancement of the value of farm tat Hit WT Hack Into Lower 101,032,100, n net increase in the re lands reached by rur.il frco delivery of mid Join Manila With the (larrUon There. celpts of Sfl.O0S,75. and in the expend! from SJ to, S3 per orc; general of S3.77S.752. Upon this show Iprovcmcnt of the condition ot the Loxpo.v, Nov. 7. The war office an- ing the auditor asks for an increase o roads traversed by the rural carriers; nounced at midnight that no dis 30 clerks as a minimum requlremcni 'better prices for farm products, the patches had been received beyond for the year 1900. producers being brought Into daiy Considerable space is devoted to tin touch with the state of the markets, those already made puultc and nothing further would be issued before subject of money orders and n state besides educational benefits conferred noon Tuesday. Thus not a solitary ment is given which shows that dur by relieving the monotony of farm life official item of news has been posted ing the last year the system was con' tnrough ready access to wholesome for 24 hours. This has given rise to a at an actual loss to the govern-- cr.it tiro and knowledgcd of current crop of rumors that Ladysmith's am- icent of approximately S105.100, which events. On November rural free delivery munition is exhausted; that Sir George fact, the auditor says,would suggest S. White is mortally wouuded; that the exercise of great care in legislating .vas in successful operation over 333 both facts are being concealed and for the employment of new financial services, radiating over 40 states ami one territory, Idnho, Wyoming, MIs- that other unlucky happenings have features in the postal service. The postal revenues for the year arc sisslppl and Montana being the only taken place. For ail of these reports there is ab- shown to have been S95.0J1.K4 and the states unrepresented, solutely no foundation. At the same expenditures 8101.435, 209 leaving a de- - lletween the beginning of the new time the Hritisher has had little to licit of S0.413,S5. Of this amount the fiscal year. July 1, lf99. and November stimulate him within the last 4 hours treasury has advanced 84,000.0(0 the 1. an additional expenditure of 5150,000 except that the news of the confident balance unpaid being 8413.BS5. Ti rural free delivery has been ex;endcd postage col- - to nearly 150,000 persons, at an annual attitude of the Ladysmith garrison amount of sccond-cias- t and its slight successes last Thursday lected from publishers and newt costof aoout b4 cents perca ita against agents was 83,527,032, and Friday. and th an average per capita cost of Si!0 in Advices from other parts of South amount of stamps. stampi small l6wns of 5,000 population. newspaper Africa are distinctly unpalatable, and envelopes, "It is a small matter to a resident of wrappvri T1 a town," says the report, "to be saved a walk ot a few hundred yards to the THE COLENSO BRIDGE. p. iu office, wnile on the coutrary it It a great accommodation to the farmei to be spared a drive of five or ten miles over conlur j roads to get Ills malL In a recent public discussion advocator of the system "ho took tin value ot the time thus lost In the busy farming season at only 50 cents per head found that their figures run up Into many millions of dollars lost to the agricultural Interests through being obliged to send to the village for the mail.. o Rura carriers nro shortly to be Ized to receive and receipt for letters for registration as city carriers do im-tur- es Advices Fnmi South Africa Dis- 1 J -- lu tin island ot Negro the t uut0U"ituut government of the Fui'nUns was w ablivhevt Monday. Suutri. gov eruorof the island sit Negri's. uwtitn-ito red the oatk of office to the jiulgi ot the supreme court vho in turn swore in the goveruvr, three judges 1 couttedtuen, the auditor ami tin secretary of the interior. Tnt natlvei of the entltv Island attended the ceremony The officer from Hollo m it .a. so present. Three days feasting will follow in cvletratlon ot tho new government ami the first anniversary of the surrender of the Spaniards to the Negroi revolutionists eudlng with a ball in the government house Monday night. American ilag are displayed lu the village. The cclcbratiou consisted ot horse racing and other sports, music, religious functions and an illumination. The ball Monday night attracted the wives of the wealthy planters, u nd there was as great a display ol rich costumes and costly jewel ai would be seen at a similar affair lu America or Europe. Elections were held October 2, the number of votes cast being 5.24S. There were 40 candidates (or the various offices Meleolo Keverlno was elected governor, receiving 1,305 votes Senor Gaimc received 1.277 votes Suffrage was determined by properly qualification and ability to read and write. CoL Miner welcomed the official on behalf of the United States In the course of his remarks he said; 'Negro lead in the van of civil Your government In the Philippines honor lie In adding a new star to freedom' Hag." lien. Smith, during a speech which he delivered, said: "Your future promises as brightly as Japan's who is recogni.ed as among the civil red nations of the Nov. T.-- Mamli. At .xrrHctti'ons. It h . constitutional dh-- '. tut, And is airtd by Hood's S.irs.ip.u c(y. 'It exptls from the blood the hi' purity tvhich causes the disease. And rtbuilds the inflamed membranes. Ktithir ejnymt cure ctiAtrh by locdl ISe-M- . s 3&0fCSi SaAdahmiffa ti in'wi aSAaMaJaaaCfcl.'V'JfTiTTraMT i l ..4.e ...-- - PEACE OFFERINGS. Tbr Preceded Hint nnd na Ilia Wife.I'rcdleled lie Una Home ivil'i Ilia Piiri-line- - . afternoon, "James i ab.sorlniijt. Martigtiy rocktailr gain." site muird shrewdly. Half an hour later another mrneticrr brought her five iiouiidt pf expeciie randy from her iiiulMml. "Jme lu ordered that fM) overcoat lit-talking alxiut, hut said lie couldn't she muird attain. Half an hour later a wajoti drew ut, with 1 lionet nninc (Miutrd on the sides Oirrrof, nil two handmme, fullgruwn palms nrre cow in a delivered at htr door iiutkrd from hrr huiband. lirrcedinK linn," ilie "Ohse hrutichr lamrd sonic mote "He'll le home by dark " He was home by dark He had Wen Martian) . He had ordered thr .M) overcoat. The jireeience of the motlrrn s siarried sionun it (Utlieirutly bia bonoct to persuade any man to tLereto.Waihiniston I'oat. ane-inipinn- She received a large box full of American-lieautrotes by incviii;rr frum her hus band aloiift toward four o'clock the oilier rie Ignorance ta more ioftful in the hand Chicago cf oine people than knowledge Daily Ncvva. to-da- I world. au-th- now tmtold'pacanln;. i. jr"vn mimmmHi,--'fw- yw-- iiH.w.ar'aMaaaBdfr.A im-mmm- E TJr.ETpx, C mother, lives in Jersey and is still one of the b?s; lootcing women in the island in spite of her advanced age. The heart of a regctarian beats ou an average 53 to the minute; that of the tncatcater 75. This represents a difference of 20,000 beats in hours. Xkaki.y 50.000 claims resulting from n the war have been filed m the war department, and they arc still coming in at the rate of CO a day. la the king of Saxony's museum at upon Dresden there is a cherry-ston- e which, by the aid of a microscope, more than 100 faces can be distinguished. There are parts of Spain where the hat is unknown except in pictures. The men, when they need a covering, tie un their heads, and the women wear ilowers. Ox the Queensland, New South Wales boundary line, on the edge of the Australian desert, an artesian 'aat'll has struck a yield of water of 4,000,000 gallons a day. llKitt.i.v booksellers are strictly forbidden to sell school children books stitched with wire, as several cases of blood poisoning have been traced to scratches from rusty wire. The Spanish arc among the roost charitable people on earth. Without Spanish communities of a roor-tafeed a pauper 0,000 population of 5,000 or more. Pkksiuk.vt Khuokh is said to be able to write as well with the left hand as with the right, but detests pens and ink so much that he uses indelible lead pencils whenever possible. The progress of invention and discovery and applied science is constantly adding ntw words to our language. The words and phrases under the letter "II" in a dictionary published Co year ago are 0,0 S3; in a lately published one, 59,730. It is not generally known that tile remains of all the czars of Russia since l'etcr the Great lie in a memorial chapel built on one of the islands cl the Neva. All the cenotaphs are exactly alike, ench being a block of white map blc. without nny decoration whatever. The smallest republic in the world is that of Tavolara, an island about Ave miles long, with an average width of a little more than half a mile, situated' about a dozen tniiea to the northeast of Sardinia. The total population of the whole republic does not exceed 60, but they elect a president every six years, and a council of six members, all of whom servo thj state without pay. As 6HOWMO to what prop6rtio,s the chewing gum habit is attaining l.i the United Mules it is said that in ( liica-g- o alone 5,000,000 sticks, costing are used weekly. g Liiiei. once had no reference , offensive, but simply meant a mall book or pamphlet. But pamphlet wars, which often were nt tiling but printed foul attucks, changed it ' meaning. Li'.yijb. the diplomatic agent of th iransvaal in Europe, siys tnere are 4,00) Americans in the Uoer army, while our state department says there arc only L00O Americans lu all South Atti'.z. '4 Spanish-Americax, rs jits. Lanirtry's ' m This Important bridge over the Tuxela rlvr at Colento, 17 m!!es bflsw Uiljr. U wae supposed ta bo ne!I dr"rrdr w'th smith. Is reported captured by the Utter artillery. This was ono of the men vulnerable pulnts on the ra trca I hjneen 11 mot n the II La'Jysmlth and 1'IetermaritzburB If the dettroy this bridge Interruption of railroad communication w.th Ladysmith for an Ir.dcfl-f.- c pet od. ' mt " u everything points to a critical situation in Natal and the northern portions of Cape Colony, likely to grow more acute until Gen. White is cither relieved or decisively defeated. Nobody dares to think of capitulation, llathcr than that he :& expected in last resort if Ladysmith becomes utcnable to make a desperate effort to cut ills way through the llocrs back into lower Natal and to join hands with the garrison there, which is now al most certain to be reinforced by the first arrival of the army corps from England and to be pressed forward to renew touch with him. It is generally assumed, howercr, that Gen. White, with the aid of the naval guns, will be able to cope with any bombardment, and the idea that the Boers could take Ladysmith by assault is scouted as absurd. Already the Jiritish retirement south of Colcnso has given the liocrs an opportunity to make a bid for the active support of the disaffected Dutch in Natal by proclaiming the annexation of the upper Tugela section. Thus far the Dutch colonists bcem to have confined their sympathy with the invading Itoers to a platonic emotion. London, Nov. 7. Tuesday morning's news carries public knowledge with respect to hostilities in South Africa very little further than the evacuation of Colcnso and Stormberg. Those movements, taken together with the admiralty announcement that the public must be disappointed should the transports not reach their destination on .the dates indicated in the published lists may indicate, some change of plan necessitated by the bad position of affairs in Natal. It was expected that the army corps would land near Cape Town for nn invasion of the Transvaal through the Orange Free State, but the landing may now be diverted to Durban, Natal, whither it is fully expected Lieut. Gen. Sir Kedvcrs Duller will go within a week or two to investigate the situa tion for hfmself. C'HtiUldat and postal cards sold was SS7,tSO,Ci4. Tho cost of mail transportation is given as 554, 428. 063, of which amount 1,029,749 was paid for the transportation of foreign mail. The auditor renews his recommendation of last year to the effect tint the life of money orders be limt'ed to three months instead of 12 months as now provided by law. COMMITTEE Ill Natloual ntent nf the Leleb.-Mtlo- n APPOINTED. ot lie KtUbllth- In ol Government tha DUtrlct of Columbia, rt Washington, Nov. 7. In accordanco witli an act to provide for an appropriate national celebration of the establishment of the seat of government in the District of Columbia approved February 2S. 1S99, the president Monday appointed the governors of all the states in the union as members of a committee from the country at large to act with committees to bo appointed by the two houses of congress and the committee appointed the citizens of the District ot Columbia to lie U.urr ll'A.e.e Al Inert' Irtil i "prepare plans for an appropriate naMoscow, Ida., Nov. 0. The jury Sun-lational celebration in the year 1900 of returned u verdict of giitlty in the the first session in the District and tno ease of ten, and not guilty in the case establishment of the sent of govern of Uirec of the Coucr D'Alene miners ment therein " who have been on trial here in the United Su.tes court on a ciiarge of No Noticeable. Cbatig In llolnrt'i Condiconspiracy and stopping n United tion. Patkiujon, N. J., Nov. 7. No official States mall train at Wallace on April bulletins were issued at the Ilob.irt 29 last, the day on which the Itunker residence Monday, as there was no Hill and Sullivan mill was blown up no.tceablo change in th vice presi- at Wardner. dent's condition. When first taken ill Dratrurtivu fire at Kama Clly. the vice president weighed soinetht, g Kansas CiTy, Mo., Nov. fl. Half a around 200 pounds, and now he is million dollars' worth of property was down to 125 pounds. destroyed early Sunday orulng by a fire that started In Jones Bros.' big de.Mlun Mknominkk, Mich., Nov. 7. -- In a partment store in North Main and Sixth streets, nnd spread to half a mine etYV-lat Arnaca, a distance from here, Frank Brown was block of other buiidiugn In M'c. and Instantly killed, Edward It. Unguis, Walnut streets. Tho aggregate insurThe Charles Erickion and Abe Gill received ance is estimated at 8375.000. heaviest losers aro Jones Bros., who severe, but it is not believed fatal, in estimate their los a 5300,000. juries. The report recommends the adoption af some uniform ttyle ot mall box for the rural free delivery service, with two compartments, one for delivery one mnv r. ana one tor collection,' w.tn crkey for the carrier tu open tho cob cct-ocompartments of nil tho boxes and a Key for tno delivery compartment to be furnished to each patron of t ie de.lvery. Tncse box.-- are to be put up and cpt in repair by tho post office pirimeut, for renin, at moderate prices, whieii wou d nut only pay the government interest on us investment t.ut ymld a revenue. The rural mall bixes would thus nnvi thrown around them the undisputed iro.eciion of the United S.ii'.o laws. lly illustration itisnhowii mat tin: runt delivery at Westehrfster, P.l, not una paid for btitbift in the nine inottiu of its r 39. a balup to ance of S9. fter delivering 155.S05 mill mutter at tho picees of Tho reports doors of the of lioMilitio of this m.is.cr and frou stat roulu contractors arc- dismissed as having no suhstauti.il grounds ami a aii'.maled by no 'lesire for the A mod fictilon of pub.io good. the pos;ai laws is recommended to permit star route mi.rauii)',Jr.s undir special upp iin.ineni i.nd oath to perform ruml free delivery serv.ee. Four additional postal wagon routes v,iu auxiliary carriers in the traveling m nil post olllcif whose experimental operation in Carroll county. Maryland, has attracted general interest, is s if op.-rat.on Senor ltevrrlno, in replying, said: "The bent thing for the future of Negro W4 the continuation ot cioie relations with the United States" Gen. Smith then announced tho granting of freedom to the pol tical prisoner in commemoraticn of tho even'. Gen. Hughes in command at liot'o, tendered a congratulatory speech over the eastern cable from that place. In an interview remarked (n. that Is was of the utmost mijortancc that the Filipinos should be tau.'lit to rccogmxa the Kovereignly of the United j gravest danger" "threatening a peaceful "Thu States he added udmis.stra-tion Kidneys, Liver and Bowels ystem Cleanses flVOR 'S3f. ZAJf Acts oentlv on the -- is in rlgite amongst thu insular piM.tienns and he tle.el.1 red that the United Mates government must for the ,...' effectually Scpu-tubc- fn-m- ' fear keep control of the Filipinos in OVERCOMES order to prevent suoii condition frcm existing. The members of the Cth infantrv, PERMANENTLY which Is divided into HI gnrriooi throughout the island of Negro, ar undergoing great A recently organised revolutionary o ey ovt TMt otrivifit-MAH- T movement has boon discovered lu northern Negros and the leaders have u vvir been forced to withdraw to Pan ay. A tV lea na ti tu ravM'jr ,xi sa. m tcrtit number of bandits under the leadership of Papa Isio, a religious charlatan, have been driveti into the mountains but it is expected that thcr will give more t ouble. A force of 250 ttativt soldiers arurnl with Springfield rillei, are helping the Americans and are I havit been ualng I'AMM It I'.T.S for InsctnnU. with which I bare been a mined for found to be valuable as scout. oter Iwrntr rears, and I ran say that (Vicareta have elvrn me more re lief than any other retnn. (!? I bare erer tried, I ihali certainly rrcom THE LL VaTOR FELL. Hab,tualCoHST'PAtion fU (aui?rniaTgpSyrvp(2. "I. NSOMNA SvJV CANDY seAi nsrsi it Tau ijtireil, seteral ertnuiy, Ir tba I'litwill I ii Mine, MlnneapolU- -. I l'nrton. mend them to my friends aa brine all they ant represented ' Tno. OltXAiti), Elslo, 111 labia neUet Uave May, J frn MlNNKAi'OMs Minn , Nov. 7. The elevator in thu Phetitx building, one of thu largest structures In the city, fell five stories Monday afternoon whew filled with passengers Ten personi tvere injured several of them seri- TAD K RfOtBTIKfO y ously. . MVe-l- n. n Tho causo of the accident was the giving way of the cab e in tho socket attached to the car. and when the car riagc dropped, the heavy weights, detached from their fastenings at thr eleventh story, fell on It, crushing the occupants of the cage In the basement The most severe injuries nro broker, legs, and it is thought all the viutimi will recover. The elevator was Inspected a few days ago and reported to bo in condition. Ilia I rouble, at llevler. Macon, Ma, Nov. 7. The troubh rvlth the Negro miners at Bcvier con tlnues although there had been n .'urthcr "brsivk up to noon Monday. The mayor of Bevier has gathered to gether all thn Winchesters in townanc an extra force of guards wero stationed around town Monday night. Organlxlnir I'reildent Ilia Clubs. CnT or Mrcxici, Nov. 7. Two largi nnd influental companies of Libera, party arc at work organising clubs t aid the ronomlnation of Prcsitlcnl Diaz by a great convention of dele gates which will early in the comlnj year assemble in this city. Whipped to a StantlitllL Pa., Nov. 7. Lotidc Catripbell, of this city, whipped Danny McBrlde, of Brooklyn, to a stand still Monday night at the Millvah FlTTnnLT.nil, Taite Oooi. Ho Otlie. 0c c,Wr. CURE , CONSTIPATION. ... sitiiue rmji,(.-,tjat rsiot. ..tr..t. a.. ijrtt- N0T0B1C 'W ?n,,.,l.lp'y,, llabli UOOd. Palatable. I'etenl. rie;nl. Hlckrn. Weilen, ur .Saier ... rf, Two famous pictures printed In len colon, ttidy tot iramlng, will be given free to any pjrcon who will Knd a quarter lor Three Months' aubscrlplion lo Demorest'a Family Mapaxhie, the great parer (or home life. Thousands eubscrlbe for Demorrtfs aa a gift to their daughters. Dccio- rest's Is the great "V American authoil- T"at first-clas- s .St 850,-00- 0, any-thin- av Hock levtttv. 111., Nov. 7. Gen. IilliMlNOiiAM, tempting to cross tho track of a rapidMon-na- y Charles Shelley, of Birmingham, night announced hit candidacy for on reliable authority that the ncgotii-tion- s ly moving street car Sunday evening two governor. He makes the sixth candiregarding Samoa arc proceeding one man was killed outright and on a were so far. The election occurs next favorably and may be concluded any persons injured, all of whom date light delivery wagon. August, with democratic primaries in day. April. St. Louli fireman's Deed. lion In Straight Valla. St. Louis, Nov. 0. In a jealous rage Hay City, Mich., Nov. Marty McCua Cat lite Declilon. Bart'nell, a fireman in tho New York, Nov. 7. At the Hercules Heakes, of West Hay City, Friday George wholesulo house of the Simmons Herd ntheletlc club Brooklyn, Monday night defeated Joe Harry, of Chicago, hlh wie, wrestling waro Co., Sunday fatally uhot night, Marty McCuu got the decision in a beat his wife's father and mother into over Oscar Gardner at the end of the match for a purse of 8500. Heakes wen Insensibility and then killed himself. in straight falls. twenty fifth round. catch-as-catch-ca- for Uorarnor, Ala,, Nov. The oauiuan Negotiation. London, Nov. 4. The Berlin correspondent of the Times nays he hears One Killed and 1 wo Injured. aIn years It haa read in tha best famlUfs of America, and has done more to educate women lu true love ol good literature than any otter magazine. The special offer of these two great pictures and Three Mentha' subscription to Deraoreit's for 25c. Is made for 60 days only. Trite at once. W forty been Demorcst's Family Magazine, Art Department, JJ0 Fifth Avenue, New York. Top Snap Com rrKh 1Q.1 n opera house before a large crowd. BUNS Uadr'J arouaiei FISH TACKLE CUBAfklllssM P1 MMi Iff WMllfM. POWflL A OlMENT CO. KUKWMtJsl IKBalaaullklllllTt. l ANV . - i VW-'- J r " T" -- ,7i , V'&? tii.i . r i srprarr. '' ' - x. tftl A L.iM 4 fc.1 REBEL CABINET. Jrlsl" Is Predicted itH Result or the Resignation of Two Members. JEFFR1ES-SHARO- Y FIGHT. 1st THEIR REPORT. Philippine Commissioner-. THE MEXICAN PARTY. e ck fc - tormsr fil'tao tha Ueeltloa Twaty-Klft- h tba Kouiil, Thereby !! n (ftUUnr the ChumploniUlp. Tell tho Thar laar New York on n apeclr.1 The? Will Stop at lit. Loult and Then l'roceed to Mexloo Cltr. M. l INTERESTING STATE NEWS. i a President About the Islands. New Yonic, Nov. 4. James J. Jeffries retains tho championship of tho world, Itcferee Ocorgo Slier giving htm the decision at tho end of the twenty-fift- h round over Sailor Tom Sharkey at tho Coney Island Sporting club Friday night. It was one of tho most marvelous battles that has taken plate, and tho greatest crowd that ever gathered In the Coney Island club houso witnessed tho desperate strugglo for supremacy. In the fifth round Jeffries had tho bettor of the fight, In tho first two nnd the last three. During tho other 20 Sharkey forced' tho Issue, and like a bull terrier, was at his mail with both hands unceasingly. In theso 20 rounds Jeffries' great weight nnd brawn helped him to hold off the tailor, and In tho 22d round swung In n couple of vicious uppercutn that made Sharkey groggy. Tom came bank again In tin 24th andCltli, but was weakened greatly by Jeffries' vicious blows. One minute before tho gong sounded to end tho fight Jeffrie:! loft glove cams' off and pructlcally tho contest wni over. Tho rcfreo motioned to Jcffrlci corner; an American Hag was flung around tho champion's shoulders and the crowd on that side and end of tin Tho crowd on arena cheered wildly. the opposite side nnd end, In Sharkcy'i corner, yelled for Shnrkey and tha men svero led back to their drowsing rooms. A Ttkmj Lack tlnoa for Self.Oovernraent Kieer- Training- an la rrerlont lenee and Meed Tutelage. - rlnK ed The Americans nil Molo of Dliqttlet at Hallo Hal SululaV Occupy It unit tin Adjoining Town uf Jaro Statement of the C.psoltr at the fllU mth 4,OUO Man, 8. Agulnaldo ha U .ucil proclamation announcing that ilio American congress will meet in December to decide whether ''tho Imperialist policy" and 'nhls bloody work" arc to bo continued. Ho exhort his soldier to conduct themselves so tlint conron will consider them worthy of nn Independence, and requires the priest to abstain from poll ties mid to redeem tho clinrc'.i from tliu bad nnmo the mlsdccdsof the friar Manila, Nor. it hare (riven A The thousands of spectators svero banked 40 fret high in the building, the place being packed from ringside to rafters nnd the als'.es nround the ring were lined. Tho tremendous crowd sweated under tho glare, of 400 arc lights 15 feot or less from the canvass of the squared circle. Tho heat was Intense. Tho fighters were almost exhausted and the spectators shrieked themselves hoarse. Itscemcdnt first as though It would bo a short fight, for In tho second Jeffries put the sailor to the ropes with a left on the Jaw, and the referee began to rail off the seconds as Sharkey kneeled on the floor. Hut from the thirl round on, Sharkey, svith his vicious swings to tho ribs and the jaw, kept tho crowd on its feet wailing for a knockout. Jeffries stood the terrific punishment and with his eye, noso and ear split, came b.ic just as viciously In the last three rounds and nlmost retrieved himself. Then canto tho unfortunate and unsatisfactory ending, Jcffrlct glove Hying off, bringing tho flght to an end. although tho crowd urged Sharkey to rush In nnd end lL This he tried to do but Jeffries fought hint nnd Kcferco Slier rushed back to the rescue. It was notlceablo that Jeffries used his weight to Its best advantage, throwing himself all over the sailor, but the latter did his share of the hugging and both weto warned repeatedly. Ten thousand spectators gathered around tho ringside. Though Conoy Island was swept by a gale, the cars Mine down crowded to tho guards in a swiftly moving line, and tho sports nn.lctl to tho narrow entrances leading to the arena. When seen in his dressing room after the contest Jeffries said: "Shnrkey Is the hardest nnd best man 1 ever met, and I hardly expect to meet n bolter In the future. Within six months I have met and defeated the best two men In the world and will now take a long rest, probably nlito months or a year. Never ngmn v 111 I fight under thi same conditions. Tho heat from the lights overhead tended to tako away a great deal of my steam and the glare from tho floor weakened my eyes. My left arm, tho ono that was Injured whllo training, gave out iu the fourth round and 1 could not uso it property for tho rest of tho battle, or tho result would havo been different, for I think that I could have knocked him out." Shnrkey was inconsolable nnd cried like n child when ho went to his quarters and refused to talk, but Tom O'Kourkc, his manager, expressed the opinion that thu sailor should hav reFired n a ItrllUh balling Ship. has reached ceived the decision. Ho said that two LltiioN, Nor. a llrltlsh war ship in Dela-go- a of Sltnrkcy's rlbH wcro broken, and here that bay has fired on a sailing ship '.hat during tho last four rounds Tom' I which whs entering tho harbor with- left hand was useless, having bceq out having displayed a flag. Tho ves- broken on Jeffries' head. sel proved to bo llrltlsh, but there U An Order to I'nttraaitera. Mini! question hero ns to tho right of Wasiunotox, Nov. 4. Tho postmav Great liritaln to do police duty In tcr general has Issued an order forbid Portuguese port. ding postmasters in tho United States Dlmn lluliU the Cheinplonthlp. to collect postage duo lu excess of the Dixon, domestic rate on any letters sent by Nkw Yohk. Nov. featherweight champion of tho world, soldiers, sailors, marines or other peruioro thiui held his own Thursday sons iu the United States ccrvlco in night ngalnst Will Curley, of Eng- Uuam and tho Philippines. Tito order land, and after 25 rounds, nuuty of Is given immediate effect. Postuiastors svhlvlt with rather tame, tho wnorican arc directed to disregard all ratings of was declared tho winner and no one postago due in excess of the domestic . complained. rate made prior to this date. sue-ceoJ- crisis In tho Filipino cabinet li predicted as tho remit of the ivsign.v ionsof Pnt;ruo and Hucticamtr.o, two Ftl.plnolenilcis who hnc lost thu con l.ilciu'o of tho rabll revolutionists. Filipino who attempted to come to Mnnilit with ttic Spanish commission Tceoived n message from Gen. Otis saying the worn n and children would bo given American protection, but that tlio men u ho nnd cast their lot with tho Insurrection must remain with it. Tins parly included a brother of Ucu. I. una, who wni assassinated by the guard bo fore Agitlnnido's house, with hts family nnd tho Filipino secretary of lite treasury's family. Tho families relumed to Titrlnc. Lieut Slavens, of Oeu. Mau..rthur's taff. reeonnottering with 18 men lu front of A nuclei, discovered a Filipino outpost In is trench. Tho Filipinos numbered about 40 men. As tho Fill-p- i no hud Righted the Americans, to Lieut Slavens' only course w charge, nnd hi party rushed to the trench shooting nnd yelling. They killed throu of tho Insurant nnd wounded several, who, hottcver, in escaping. Not ono of the Americans wait hit. The lieutenant scoured valuable In formation about the enemy' position. The fcnling of CUqulei aroused at Hollo by tlits arrest of Santiago, tho wealthy Filipino, who lit charge I with forming a revolutionary Junta has The natives In their quarter of tho town were sullen nito tcUloa and wcro heard chanting tho death Ming at night, witli tho refrain "The A titer!' call sleep." A provott marshal's forco surrounded the quarter and drove the suv plcious looking natives outside the Hurt. The Americans occupy Hollo and tne adjoining towns of Jaro and Molo with 4,000 men, consisting of tho 18th and Sdth regiments, tivo b.tttaltous of the 10th regiment, a detachment of tho Cth regiment nnd a battery of tho 8th Tho Insurgent force ti artillery. between supposed to be now 6C0 and 5.0 JO armed men and many more unarmed. Their lines are about 003 yard from Jaro, which U occupied by the Solli regiment. The Insurgent ere supposed to havo live smootlfborc cannon. For n long time past they have been building trenches bctweec Jaro and their stronghold, S.iuta Par tiara, eight utiles north. Tho insurgents tttempted to ambush Opt. lliitsnn's scouts between Santiago and Sarognssa, but Capt liaison charged them, drovo them up from their position, killing and wounding several of them. One American ofllcei was killed ami a private wounded. The captures at tho Taloura arsenal inrludc 13 small brass iloivltzers and projectiles. 400 MaJ. Hell's regiment Thursday ad' vanced from Guamao on Florida lllnnca. which was found to bo deserted. Plshop's battalion is stationed there. Mnjor also mado another descent upon l'nrnc, pursuing tho Filipinos thencu Into tho mountains, and capturing their horses and baggage. The American loss wns ono killed and two wounded. MaJ. Hell reports that ho entirely destroyed the Insurgent cavalry that was operating In that section. sub-aide-d. one-poun- it Wasiiinotox, Nor. 8. In accordance with tho understanding reached at the conferenco at the white houso Wcd ncsday the Philippine. commUslonori Thursday submitted to tho president tha preliminary report which It. had promised to prepare. The report aA pears to be a compact summary of con ditions on the islands as thu commission left them; of the historical events' which preceded the Spanish svar and led tothcorignal llllplno Insurrection;' of tho exchanges between Adm. Detvcyj nud tho other American commanders nnd the Insurgents; tho breaking outj and nroirress of the present Insur--i rectlon, and Anally, a statement of the; canacltv of the- - Filipinos for crnment. A notable feature of tho re-- j Pennsylvania railroad will accompany port Is a memorandum by Adm. Dewey j the party to St. Louis, explanatory of his relations with Aguinaldo. Tito report Is very THE BOERS' GUNS. self-gov' New Voiik, Nov. 4. Scnor Ignaeio &i Marlscal, secretary of foreign affairs of Mexico, together with tho secretary of finance and a party of promA BAD DOLLAR. inent cltlrcns of the Mexican republic who havo been spending some days in Robert Vermillion Mas Ulven a nogus tho city, after having been entertainCoin, and Threatened to 1'rotecnte ed by tho federal committee at ChicaIlls Ktnplojrer and Was KL'led. go during tho presidential festivities, Wiiitksiiuiio, Ky., Nor. 5. Fur sevleft Now York on tho Pennsylvania railroad at 1 o'clock Saturday after- eral weeks a company of bed spring noon on a special train composed of manufacturers have been driving over a combined parlor smoking car, from this county selling their goods. Robthe Pennsylvania limited equipment, ert Vermillion, a young unaiarrled the two private cars of President Diaz, man of this place, and a son of W. H. Vermillion, was emthe private car of the president of ployed by tho men to drive one Mexico, Quernav.ica and Pacific railthe The salesmen teams. way and tho Pennsylvania limited of snd Vermillion spent the night Pullman observation car Olytnpla. t John II. Mulllns house. They Tho travelers will arrive in St Lou's iad drank considerable whisk, and on Sunday nt :30 p. in., and occupy ing tho cars Sunday night, will be en- wcro somewhat hilarious. While they tertained by the city government oS were sitting around the fire a dispute St. Louis, proceeding thenco to Mextq: arose between Vermillion and one of the men named Flemings over a counCity by the Missouri Pacific and cor A tourist agent of the terfeit silver dollar, which It is claimed nections. 00ii 3 - 3ft 314V42J' BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH. A Itubber Tube Uied to Convey Jockey Ureen Dunham's Food to Ills stomach Terrible Mistake. rolum-luous- . d I cor,o licfnre The War t.rci Order Were riaead The report says: Willi filmmakers at La Crooiot, lint as war Is, the ono In "Peplorablc Alt Were Not Delivered. which wo arc now engaged was unaWo were nttacked by voidable by us. London, Nor. 4. The Paris correa bold, adventurous nnd eniltuslahtiiv spondent of the Daily Mail says: us, ex-- j army. No alternative was left "I learn that the Transvaal and Free Ignominious retreat. It is not, cept that any State governments, before the war, to be conceived of placed large orders with tho American would have sanctioned at Lc Crcusot, but that all the the surrender of Manila to the weapons could not bo delivered, owing Insurgents. Our obligations to oth to the suddenness with which hostilier nations, and to the friendly ties began. Tho guns the Doers ore Filipinos nnd to ourselves and to our using are Crcusot's 75 millimeter force should be flag demanded that siege quick firers and met by force. Whatever the future of and garrison guns, all mounted on is no the Philippines may bo there light carriages and adapted in every course open to its now except tho prospossible way for uso over muddy roads ecution of the war until the insurgents "They had two months' firing pracTho arc reduced to submission. tice under competent Creusot agents. is of tho opinion that there If they could have had another oonth's has been no time since the destruction Ipractice. no European artillerist could of tho Spanish squadron by Adm. have withstood them." Dewey when it was potslblo to withthe Islands cither draw our forces from ALMOST WIPED OUT. with honor to curstlvcs or with safely I'lr VlilU the lludnett l'ortlon of Vhom. to the Inhabitants." The report sums up tho fruitless ef- U MiUlr, ,tla.. Leaving Onlj Two Stores i'nbllc Warehome Destroyed. forts of tho commission to negotiate j peace with tho Filipinos ns tcrms.of Tiiomasvii.le, Ala., Nov. 4. A disasfollows: y furnished trous lire started at 11 o'clock Thurs-d"No better proof could be night in the office of N. P. Doyle's that the primary object of his large storo and by 1 o'clock every busl-ncstrugglo is not, as Is pretendhouse in town except II. Morning ed, tho liberty of the Filipino people, Son was - str, & Co. and J. P. Turner but the continuance of his own nrbl. power. in any krncd. trary and despotic event, the American people may fe cJUKlc ry few goods were saved from any the buildings, as the fire under the confident that uo effort was omitted by the commission to scouru a peace- impetus of a high northwest wind ful eud of the struggle, but tho oppo- spread with fearful rapidity. Six hundred bales of cotton In the rtunities they offered and urged were public warehouse were burned. all neglected. If not indeed spurned." Thcloss Is approximated at this time The chapter devoted to "capacity for self government" is the result, tho re- at SI 63. 000. Tho cotton burned in the port states of diligent inquiry for People's warehouse will be lost by sorornl mouths, in tho course of which farmers in surrounding country who a great number of witnesses were ex- had stored it there. Insurance not amined, of all shades of political known, but almost nothing. thought and varieties of occupation, MAN WITH A GUN. tribe nnd locnllty. The most strikmost lie Iloltlt Up n .Mlnnra-iolltho perhaps, ing nnd, Gambling entire In tho sign (leant fact llouir Cut 8J33 nnd draprd Captur-iMilirqu-litl- r situation Is the multipl city of tribes Inhabiting the archipelago, tho divero Minneapolis, Minn., Nor. 4. A sity of their languages (which are muis gambling house was held up unintelligible) and tho multitually farious phases of civilization ranging Friday evening at tho point of a gun all the wny front tho highest to the by a young man giving the name of George Stnrlc. of Wahpeton, N. D. He lowest. "As to the general Intellectual capac- had lost a few dollars wlxsn ho suddenities of the Filipinos, the commission ly drew a revolver nd covering the is disposed to rate them high. Hut, employes of the house demanded them excepting In a limited number of per- to open the cash drawer In the faro Keoplng the sons, these capacities have not bout layout and took 233. persons in, the place covered with Ills developed by education or experience. Tito mnsses of tho people are unedu- revolver he hacked out and dashed cated. That Intelligent public opinion down the street- - A passing policeman on which popular government rests captured the robbor after a run of two does not exist In the Philippines, and it blocks but only two S3 bills wp'c can not exist until education has ele- fouud in his possession. vated the masses, broadened their inTHE' STATE MILITIA. tellectual horizon and disciplined their And even then Oov. Tanner Will Not Keep Them Dolnr faculty of judgment. the power of self government can not Police Duty Around Coal Mines be assumed without considerable preWhere There Has lleen lllots. vious training and experience under Chicago. Nor. 4. Tho Record Saturthe guidance and tutelage of an enday says: "Gov. Tanner has decided lightened nnd liberal foreign power. For tho bald fact Is that tho Filipinos that hereafter tho stato mllltla shall nave never had any experience in gov not bo kept doing pollco and guard duty around coal mines whero there ernlng themselves." hns been riots. According to a declaIteailr to Join Watiou'a yqumlron ho will send ration mado hero steamSan FitANCisco, Nov. the mllltla to riot centers only when ship China brings news that the former he is convinced that the situation has Spanish cruisers lata do Cuba, Isla do got beyond tho control of the local au Luzon and Don Juan Do Austro stink thorities, and ho will withdraw the 'ay Adut. Dewey, nre roady to proceed state soldlors as soon as the rioting has to Manila and join Watson's squadron. been suppressed and good order Cold Vmv at New Orlrnnt. Njpw Ouucanb, Nov. a. The weather I'ousht to a Draw. bureau predicted a cold wnvo ThursBuffalo, N. Y Nov. 4. Jack Daly, day morning and Thursday night the of Wilmington, Del., and Eugene rounds wind was sweeping around tho corof Cincinnati, fought ners with the thermometer hanging to a draw at the Olympia club Friday around 40 dogrees. night. gun-makers ac-tuil- iy coin-missio- n had been paid Vermillion for his serv ices. Vermillion threatened to keep the coin, and, at the proper time, prosecute his employer for passing it, whereupon, it is charjed, Flemings drew a gun and shot Vermillion dead while sitting In h s chair. Four shots were fired, all of them taking effeot, though the first penetrated tho young man's heart, killing him instantly. Flemings ran from the house and has not been seen sln:c, though a horse belonging to a farmer in tho neigh- here. borhood disappeared the same night, DAUGTHERS ADJOURN. nnd was tracked several miles In the KING'S direction of Jackson, the nearest rail- The Klectlon of OOcrrs Causes Considerroad station. able Owing to a Serious BONES OF SETTLERS. They Were Dnmped Into a HU for a Trust Tobacco Warehome end Factory at Lexington, Ky. Misunderstanding: er-cn- Richmond, Ky., Nor. 3. With an ugly hole In his chest, through which a rubber tube extends to his stomach, furnishing the only means of nourishment, Green Dunham, a colored jockey, has been lying at his homo in this city for ten days hovering between lifo and death. A few weeks ago Dunham drank half a pint of concentrated lye, thinking it was whisky. His stomach and throat wcro almost totally destroyed by the lye. As food could not enter the stomach, a slow but sure death seemed certain. Ten days ago, Drs. Gibson and Fra-zehis physicians, decided to perform an operation with tho rlew of conveying food to the boy's stomach and proceeded in introducing a rubber tube. Three times a day a pint of milk is forced through this artificial channel, and the stomach, which was found shrirclcd to tho slzo of an English walnut, has begun to show signs of revival. The boy is steadily gaining strength and his physicians arc hopeful of his recovery. The case is exciting much interest In medical circles four-inc- h e, (Agul-ualdo'- ... is a U Min-ncap- Lkxinoton, Ky., Nor. 4. For the erection of a tobacco warehouse and factory for the Continental trust, excavations are being made on the old Maxwell burying ground. The bones of men and women who lived when Lexington was scarcely in her teens were unearthed, and are dumped along with the dirt, in tho fills. This has caused a protest from numerous indignant citizens, who publish their protests in local papers. But with the same disregard that trusts have for Uvlug ur existing iiUiu&lilly the work goes heedlessly on. Judge Kreriole Will Appeal. Lkxinoton, Ky., Nov. 3. It was decided by. Circuit Judge Watts Parker Wednesday morning that Judge W. L. Drown is the legal circuit judge of tho Twenty-scrent- h judicial district, in which Clay county is locntcd. Judge II. C Evcrsolc will tako the case to tho court of appeals, which body will grant an early hearing. Judge Parker holds that the election of Judge Ever-sol- e was not held In conformity with the constitution and is, therefore, illegal, and that Judge Drown, who was tho incumbent when that election took place, should continue as circuit judgo until a successor is properly elected. London. Ky., Nov. 3. Clay county feudists have renewed their threats against newspaper correspondents, and all except ono have laft Manchester. He Is required to submit his manuscript to the feudists before sending. May Jane two-year-ol- d Fbankfokt, Ky Nov. 5. Tho annual stato convention of tho King's Daughters closed hero Friday night after a session of four days. It th that considerable feeling has resulted from tho election of officers Thursday night All of the old officers were with tho exception of Mrs. Walbeck, of Louisville, who has served as secretary for the past four years. There was nocomplatntngainst her administration of the office, and it was understood that she would declino to servo another term, but was desirous of being renominated by way of indorsement Dy a misunderstanding she was not placed in nomination, and as a result her friends arc Indignant, and Mrs. Walbeck herself very much seems hurt Mrs. Walbeck Is the mother of tho late Miss Walbeckf who became as the designer of the log cabia,-threpublican emblem. tis c JEALOUSY THE CAUSE. Mrs. ilumni lletts, Wife of a Hotel ClerU, Shot lly Sirs. Chester Greene, a llar- ife at Mlcholasvllle. keeper'J NicnoLABvn.LE, Ky., Nov. 0. Is in a fever of excitement over tho shooting of Mrs. James Detts wife of tho clerk of the Hotel Nicholas, by Mrs. Chester Greene, wife of a Mrs. Greene Is very barkeeepcr. NIch-osasrillo jealous. She Dctts, has been boarding with Mrs. but on account of not getting along leave. Killed. -- to-da- y aThe Lkxinoton, Ky., Nor. 4. Baker & filly May Gentry's good Jane, by G. W. Johnson, was killed Wednesday night she Thursday. was returned to Lexington with the string, including Anna Dain, Little Veronica and Venn, and with them was turned into a paddock. In romping she dislocated her hip. It was neclino Hetidtlicu Hurtled. essary that she be killed. It was the Wili.iamstown, Ky., Nor. 4. Tho intention of her owners to engage lcr residence of D. W. JVllliams, at In the principal three-yea- r eastern and Dlanchct, eight miles south of this western states. placo on the Covington and Lexington turnpike, was destroyed by fire. Origin Cut the Ofticer, Tho house was ono Mt. Stickling, Ky., Nor. 0. Robert of fire unknown. Conlcy got in a difficulty with a man of tho finest in the county, costing named Mnddox, and cut Maddox 'Se- about 85,000, and was insured foe verely. When Street Commissioner 52,500. Reeves walked up to ttrrcst Conlcy the New Hospital as Owensboro. latter plunged a knife into him twice. OwKNSiiono, Ky., Nor. 4. The new Conley is under arrest Recres may city hospital will bo dedicated ort die. Thanksglrlng day. Dr. L. S. McMur-trA Desperate Fight. of Louisville, will make tho dediLondon, Ky., Nor. 5. George John- catory address. son shot and instantly killed John Detceadants. Vaughn at Wolchburg, near the Clay Lkxinoton, Ky.. Nov. 3. George Talcounty line. Dad blood had existed bot, colored, died Wednesday. He was between their families for some time. 77 years of age, the fat'ter of 17 chilWhen they met a desperate dren, 3U grandchildren and IS greatstruggle occurred, Vnughn using grandchildren. a knife and Johnson a revolver. McDowell ells a Filly Few Indictments Katunied. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 0. T. C. McLouisvii.i.K, Ky., Nor. 4. The OctoCamden, of New ber grand jury, which has just ad- Dowell sold to Elliott York, tho yearling filly Luzon, by journed, returned fewer Indictments thau any jury that has ever sat In Jef- Lamplighter, out of Kitty Cllve, for 5.', 500. ferson county. y, Sixty-Thrhand-to-han- d amicably, was notified to Friday morning Mrs. Greene home Dctts' went Mrs,, to hunting for her husband. She found him in tho sitting room, and began firing. To save his lifo he jumped through a window, and Mrs. Grceno then turned upon Mrs. Detts, shooting her twice, ono ball going clear through her body. Site is in a critical condition. Mrs. Greene is a sister of Jailer Gentry, Lexington. safe niusvr Caught. Ciiicaqo. Nov. a. Two safe blower were captured Thursday night at tho "Washington midical Institute, No. B fcHati' street, by four detectlve, after a pistol flght, during which 20 shots worn llred, fllce What Fits y . Chicago, Nov. 4. Hob Ftttwncmons was greatly pleased at the result of The Hianiroclc Leaves t Ithnut the Cup. New Yukk, Nor. a Tho defeated cup challenger Shamrock, in tow of tho fight declaring that his corttraot to fight tho winner brought htm onco more thochanro to fight Jeffries, who wrested the championship from him. the tug James A. Lawrence, and followed by bir Thomas Upton's steam yacht Erin, left this port Thursday homeward bound. (lagged the Morekeeper. Olt.i Slelofl !ot Ilia Decision. Lkxinoton, Ky., Nov. 4. Tho homo Slcloff, DETlton, Mich.. Nov. 4. Otlo nud storo of George Plerson, at Green-dal- o of DelroP, got the decision over Duck Station, on the Cincinnati SouthStcher, of Columbus, at the end of tho ern rallroud, was ransacked by burggo seen hero iu many fastest lars. Plerson was bound and gagged, a diiy. Stelzcr took enough punihh-incu- t goods were hauled away in ten-roun- d Will frolltlt KuiiiU Carrier lMgeon Killed. New llirai.er lu llt'caro. Olllotr .Icchlanlsltr M'lit. DiLLsnoHo, Ind., Not. 3. Neal GorGeo. Nov. A now theator is 4. Coi.UViUCB, Ciiicaqo, Nov. 0 y Oasnoll wns ncoldoutally nhot Thurs-da- to bo built in Chicago Inside of a year don, of the village of Moorefield, killed n carrier pigeon with a silver band on morning by Alfred U. Clnpmau by a company composed of Al Hay-ma- n, Its right leg marked, "No. 31.47L" It was txamln'.itf tin Charles Frohman and K.'.aw whllo tho latter Ooinell will of New York,' and W J wa.s on the roof ol Gordon's barn au4 IKjlicoman's Mvolrer. ha mistook it for hawk. Duvli uud Harry J. Powers, of Chlcag tprobabiy rile. ' white his to havo put out two ordinary a wagon. men. Twico Sieloff had him going and Death of Woo. A. Drown. only the bell saved him. ScottdVILLK, Ky Nor. 4. Mr. Win. Mill fare for the Wountlsd. A. ltrowu died Thursday afternoon. LosrpnN, Nov. 4. 7'ho Outlook anHe was tho father of lion. E. Scott nounces ihai Lady Ruo.tolph ChurchlP Drown, deceased. Senile debility causIs going Vo tho tap, tosttend. th ed bis death. ' . wounded. '41 Richmond, Ky., Nov. 5. Prof. W. G. Frost president of Korea college. Is in tho Now England states to beyln tho work of raising theSSO.OOO necessary to got tho second Pearson endowment fund of S150.000. Capt, Henry Owen Kxplres. Paduoah, Ky., Nov. 5. Owen, one of Paducah's Capt. Henry most promiwell-know- nent citizens, died suddenly from n heart failure. He was a steamboatman, and was identified wlth many of the'clty's commercial interest-- , . ,tsr;,v . (f MQMTOmJt tb&Bvtti AHMrtM THE HICKMAN COURIER, LOCAL NEWS. An'" brer rabbit's on do ran Do troNt am on do 'iiossiuu, An' Johnny's got his gun Dc days (leorge Wn rren. ln09. p am ,oleinncholy," j HICKMAN. KY : : NOV. : FRIDAY, THE official 10, the Mn88achutsottH const, ber 23. GERMANY, trial of the battle-shiKentucky will lake place oft o f tu- i i Franco and Hiifjda combine, again t Giciit want to Brituin. If they do they will ptob-ablwith a warm reception. mt-e- t y i; candidate for United Slates Sen utor to succeed Hon. Win. Lind cay. Tin great cost of truiifliMirliiig troops to the Philippines is a cnti tinuoud object letmou In the fully of crabbing territory thai Is 10, 000 miles away. Mason, of Iliim is. says that if the next National liu publican convention does not declare ugnitiHl "criminal aggression" iu the Philippine, he will resign to oee and eland for whether Illinois Hides with tiim or the administration. yille, has announced Hon, Jno. W. Yeiikes, of Dan himself an a Senator Thanksgiving next ! Head the Couucil proceedings The election at this place, passed off quietly, a very light, voto being jxilled. gjtf Sciu.KNKr.iis tor repairing line "Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Ohio county ha fallen into line for good roads and now lias a county good roads club. t Some women can't bellevo a word their husbands hay unless they talk in their sleep. The man who has lived for hiinselt nlime, has the privilege ot being his only mourner. CoT Handlu oilers his entire stock of Jewelry at a big reduction. To make your light brilliant, rub tho lamp chimneys with dry salt after washing them If soino men wero half as big ns they think thoy are, tho world would have to bo enlarged. Our lathers did not wear tan shoes, but wo are well aware that they useu their shoes for tanning purposes Jusi received at Buck's, a nice scicuttou ol solid gold wedding rings, f'DEWEY?" I GUESS WE DO! mrftr Lead ilk Market in the Lines We Handle. There are none in this section that arc our Superiors in Quality of i..mV Goods or in the making ui Prices. MMMim fjtf Arc. READ THE ITEMS BELOW. Shoes. selling now for SO cents that arc usually sold for not lets tliati SI. 25. A Shot A SHOUT time ago it was universally ooucluded tliat Gen. of Ion a, would he the uext Speaker of the House, it now appears that a treat deal of opposition is developing against Mr. Henderson, several piomi-nen- t Republicans refusing to go into the caucus. Men-demo- politics is a politician Wneu Ho Is induced to talk politics ho is a btatesman. is during the cold season thut family circles uro welded around tho tiresides." The man who voluntarily talks Winter may bo disagreeable, but it Harness. In Harness and Saddlery wo arc head- - has enhanced values of farm In tain improved the roads and caused better prices for farm products. He believes the system will yield a revenue from the establishment of rural mail I oxes. BY & vote of 22 to 13 the synod of Kentucky, in session at Bowling Green, decided that women could not be ordained as minis ters of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The case under consideration was that of Mrs. L. M. Wooseley, who had been received into the Owensboro Presbytery upon a letter of dismission from the Noleu PreBbytery. report, makes a vigorous plea for rural fret delivery, fle says the service so far has resulted in increased postal receipt in his annual Postmaster G eneual II eath, y if i w commended very highly It comes from Frauce. where it has recently been bred. It is said to pro Uuce fruits for months on the same plants and a small patch will supply a family (able a whola season. and ;t Is veiy sad, Bays tbeElizabethtown News, that the two most enlightened nations of the earth, who have been looked to for examples of the hichest moral development, and who were expected to be the first in carrying out the idetiB of the peace conference, are both engaged in needless war for unth ing more than an expansion of by the Agricultural Department in search of new seeds and edible plants has brought back an "everbearing strawberry," which is re- The special expert sent abroad It is remarkable, territory. ing message will, it la said, urge the annexation of the Philippines and ask Congress for a definite declaration to this effect. It remains to bo Been whether that body will thus support the administration. The report of the Philippine Commission is the authoritative basis for the action of Congress. The Commission line been unable to agree with the President's unnexatlon views. are asking if Mr. McKinley's coachman in considered to be in the classi fled service. The reason for the question is that Mr. McKinluy, having for some renson tired of his old coachman, had him given a place in the Pension Bureau and theu hired a new one. Both men are uegroes. Men who have passed the civil service examination, with high percentages are unable to get places, but Mr. Mc Kinley's coachman can get on the pay roll without any trouble. A President McKinley's forthcom- 'TLs now that the heart of the philanthropist goes out to the poor birds i and ho feed." the turkey a little more generously. giro! Suit of Clothes for S3.00. gjtT Fresh meats delivered to any of town by W. M. Shaw. part Hundreds of wagon loads of nuts are being hauled from tho Lake and A Meek of Ties in Holiday lines, that river bottoms. The woods are full ol in Fmhionnble Colors and Style ol Cut, camping nutting parties. as Paris. arc a Capt. Lovi Bates will shortly begin cottage tho erection of two residences in West Hickman. They will do completed by Christmas, and will bo for rent. A lire of Ladies Shoes from $3.00 to SJW Send yonr orders to the New $4.00 that only the 'ultra" can appro- City Bakery for Oranges, Bananas, Malaga Grapes, Nuts of all kinds. ciatc Farmers are delighted at the conYou will find us in the list of Lowest dition of the wheat. The stand Is gen- ernlly good, the ground Is in tine conPrices as well as those oi the highest. dition, and the seasonable rains hav.! given it a splendid start. The argument as to whether tho twentieth ceuturv begins the first of next January or January 1st, 1001, waxes warm, but old Father time Isn't going to stop long to listen to it. tSTTo all my old customers that have "Watches thov bought f.rom Buck Bros.. I will clean them good and guarantee to keep time, for 10c. The price of whlto paper is gwug LEVEE COMMISSIONERS' RE DON'T FORGET THAT skyward with a jump, owing to tho From Lake County Prnw. trusts. Oh, theso traits aro beautiful things So far, tho Courier has not been Nathan Wyatt, O. D. Dlllbird compelled to raiso its subscription rates. and J. O. Harris, commissioners The British iu South Africa aro appointed by the Chairman of threatened with diro disaster. The Quartermasters Department Is shipping Lake county court to solicit dota4,000 tresh, young und uubroken Kentucky mules to that country to be used tions and superintend the building of a levee from Hickman, Ky., in the British army. to the high land in Lake county, TIMOTHY SEED. whenever, in their judgment, a New stock, at O. E Eakeu's. sufficient amount was obtained, Allio Schofielo and Miss "Willio of Lake Brown, daughter of Major Bob Brown, in addition to tho j 100.000 of the paleHtiuo neighborhood, wero uni- comity bonds to build said levee, ted in marriage In this city, Tuesday, have reported to the quarterly by Row P. H. Fields. Both of the court on the 2nd day of October, young people aro well known In this 1899, in substance as follows community. Fulton Guard. That there is about 20.000 HARNESS and BUGGIES Roy, tho second sou of Mr. and acres of overflowed land In Ful Mrs. II. F. Taylor, died, at the home of ton county, Ky., and In Obion and his parents at Eddyvillo, Ky., Satur-dalast, aged 20 years. The deceased Dyer counties, Teun., about the AND FULLY GUARANTEED, was reared at Fulton, this county, and same amount each, in all about 00,000 acres that would be rewas a worthy young man reHis AND THAT mains wre interred at tho Fulton cem- claimed and protected by said etery. we levee; that citizens of Fulton A Tennessee company proposes to fl county have donated (14,000 In - quarter. Clothing, Groceries. In our Qroccry line we quote: Arbiiclilc Co lice nt 10c per package. Fresh Milieu Meat, in packages, at 10c Chtukc:: Jatnale, in can- -, delightful for lunch, at 10 cents. panned Lye Hominy, 10c. Rest Flour per hnrrel, $ 1.00. Sugars, Co flees and other things, at the very lowest prices. Old-fashioned Ties. . four-roo- Ladies Shoes. Ad-pie- s, Hardware. are right. As full and complete ns can he found in n inv th' of Hard ware city, and price fr HHHHhHhHrHHrVH j HHHHHHMHHHfo.frMHH Urate Explorer Like Stanley ami Livingstone, found it ' harder to overcome Malaria, Fever unit I.lvrrj- himI germs than , Ague, and Typhoid savage canultMln; but thoutaiuU huvu Helow Pout office, and op;xit R H found that Klcctrie Hitters Is awonder-- . Depot K e e ji s Surrey, Hcgh-- . ful cure for all malarial dUv.iMit. If Horn. Ac , lor hire. Every nccomo-dntloyou have chills with fever, nehi-- in bact gireii. Your itatronnge Rolicit-ed- . of neck and head, and tired, worn out feeling, a trial will convince you of their merit W. A Null, of WVbb, 111., writes : "My children suffered for mori than a year with chills and fever; then two bottles of Electric Hitters cured , them." Only 60 cent. Try them. Guar anteed isjld by all Druggists i THE STEVE STAB. - diM-im- Frrd nmbli. u I I C. E. BAKER," General Grocer, i.!ij to-wi- t: ; y ARE CHEAP Powoll Block, Ollnton St, Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed 0 Hue IU!oj rurcltrd llir Grorrjr Block f each, from fanners who are Nubvrib- J O Itomliirini, woull In-in era, who have hurxcM, mules, cowx, proall old ducts, M'ed, iVrc, for Hale, free of ciiargu. lintr Cooler Irl.ml. lo cll, Frnb ()ot nd Urjtlnt For Sale. Mammoth Hronze Turkeys, good strain. Will ell singly, in pairs or trios. A M. McCmiK, Hnily farm, 6 miles Kant of Hickman. Twenty-live Farmers Freo Column. DR. W. M. BRIGHT, Inquisitive persons land, and promise without, and jails securo against prisbeoners from within, bv a system of con- - about $0,000 more which they structlon which employs vertical Bteel 3 lieve can be obtained; that the luoes auu nonow noors and ceilings, aU citizens of Obion county have dokept constantly charged with compress- nated $6,000 without much prosed air. pect of any more; that Dyer county has uot donated and no Interis est has been manifested iu this enterprise by the citizens of Dver Cost. county; that for the want of 25 A business man in business wtu. or JO thousand dollars more In business. He don't wait for it to couio. i donations this levee will he, at nonout complain because It Isn't there. least, dolayed if not abandoned He hustles; begets It; ho keeps it com-luhis way. Ho is not a business man entirely, as It ia not deemed prubecauso ho bus a store. Ho is a. tmsl. dent to issue the $100,000 Lake ness man because ho gets business by county bonds until sufficient funds iiuvui ii;iug. or prospects for them are in sight Tho live citizens nf Tintnnviir to Bee through to hUccesBful com- have- secured sufficient stock uiiioqk plotlon of tho same, vmiu WM.U U.&U. 1A .. Ut.lW.Ul money and Trust, And Prices ne Bust ! RRBVB8 & In Cash At U(k All iHirsnus Reeves by note comes due, ed to came and Sept. 27. Six Notice. S PHYSICIAN. &. are respectfully mi nestKettle the same with !:, K. KKKVKS & CO. Fallun-H- . I or otherwise, ns tliu Indebted to Sanders Si pa-ler Office over Wllsou's Hook Store, Holcomlx) Huihlmg, Buchanan out at closing 1'lajing Their Trumps. HICKMAN, Sit Frhthlful EENTUCF" g themselves to put iu a system of water- ism. works, and tho Proas gays tho wort of This decision followed a CabiTO THE I'UDlill'. laying the pipes will begin within, a few net discussion of the report of tho .,vv-j.iiuj viw muKuunriosian wen. Schlenkcr's Jewelry Storo has moved Philippines Commission. The reand hope to Htrike puro (lowing water in tho liercudes Building, opposite port hsd failed to gratify the Presat a dopth of from 600 to 800 feet. Shaw's clothing store. ident by officially indorsing his n. fnllures six Id the decision reached by Pres- doctors terriblu uent Winof II t different) ..11.... ... neiirlv McKlnley and his Cabinet ident Blacksmith and Undertaker WiZ&'tW advisors, to urge upon Congress IIIUHl MMJZ1 I1IU illlt IIO WWl FIIOKMAN, in December the immediate pass illlll III' KENTUCKY. to try Dr. lng or a joint resolution declaring urgedtoiinuiuptiou,King's New Ulscoerv tor A THIAI. After taking llvo rbcD TOO WtU( it to be the intention of the Gov- lsittles ho was entirely cured, li is JT HU'kmnl c don, or rrpir la retain ernment to permanently guaranteed to euro all diseases V(oii, Ac llorxaholnv a in!ll r 7 I I.- . . ...; .. i ninu stop the Philippines, it is evident that of Throat, Chest and Idlings, including inn iino 0 ("oughs, Colds, La Unnpe, Pneumonia, exthe administration proposes to Undortakor'c Asthma, Hay Fever, ert all the pressure possible to Hrouehitls, fough. 60o and 1.00.Croup. CoMimnn, ltniewoo.1, idJ Goods Wliooping Solid fllick Trial Wftlnnt Codini commit this country to Imperial- bottlo freo ut all drug ston-ssn.l Csiei, whleh can U "a. pToliver. teTLft h jkw-Itive- -- i.- . fiMftl A Golden Opportunity. up In nlmrt Doilce, sml m prlcm. (lira in s call. U 8hop ihr rnnon-slil- r ntr Jll. Washington special to having cancelled some appointments and declined other invitations to visit diderent sections of the country. And It does look as ifamanwho is well enough to get married is well enough to ride from Washington to Atlanta. hereafter encourege his own prtn identlal boom; that, and not poor health, is the reason fur his Philadelphia Record says that there is a feeling of relief iu the President's official family growing out of the belief that admiral Dew ey has been anchored iu the administration camp, and will not the A nice, new lot of Calico, PercuW. Suitings, &c , at H. O. Amiickci'8. Fleas, bedbugs, lico and mosquito may bo of some uso iu tho world, as thoy mako lazy people scratch, says au exchange, but just why wo uro ailficted with tho plague of English sparrows' is hard to determine. Theso voracious, saucy, hongbird-killiug- , nuisances aro multiplying by each year, and tho amount or grrdn destroyed by them would amount to much more money annually than would bo paid in bounties for killing them, if eiii.li owuu wouui oner so much head for every sparrow killed. grain-destroy-lu- g Just Keccivcri. Supply your wants at Hickman's Greatest Store. Everything going at cost. Chamberlain's I'uiu Halm Cures Others, Why Not Yon? My wife him been using PhanilKv Iain's Puin Balm, with good results, for a lame shoulder that Jiai; pained her continually for nine years. Wo have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them. One day wo Haw au advertisement for this medicine, and thought of trying It, which we did with the test of hatisf action. She has used only one bottlo and her shoulder Is almost well AUOLI'H L. Millktt. Manchester. N. IT. For sale by Cnwirill & Cowirlll. Iliokiiian, Ky., and A. M, Shaw, State Line, Drugpiii. mil-lion- s McKlnley may easily be believed. That it also alarmed the President may be credited. Philippine policy. The most that could be obtained from the com mission was an utterance to tho effect that the war In the Philippines abould be vigorously prosecuted until order had been restor ed. That this stubbornness on the part of the commission proved a keen dfssapointment to Mr. H. F. REMLEY,, Attorney a -w. fr Build- OHloo upatulrn. Holcombo Ing. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. JSrH if L Will practice in all Courtsof the State r yonr patronuge solicited. W. M, Shahv Tho new meat store, at tho Racket Store staud, Freuz comer. Fresh moats bf all kind delivered to unv tmi--f f town. Telephone. HO. A portion of JiiNt Opened. date Democrat, being talked of very much and will perhaps bo a Is now whispered that John Now's your ehnnco tor a parlorsait. We have several suits which wo K. Hendricks will enter the lace will, for tho next HO days offer ut a big sacrifice. AImi a beaufor Congress next year. tiful line of Hocking Chairs, in Wheeler and James, and oak or Imitation Mahogany fin- another, will make a liveperhaps . im nun uxumino our mi. ly race. There is a man whole no goods boforo buying. or politician, but an up-llawyer DR. S.K. DAVIDSON. UIOKMAN, It IIpii-fitoks- ', KKNTUOKY' o ciDflldti,Pdacfb Ltmder, Stephens & Smith, Offloe oyer OowglJI 09irlll'fk Prif r . f. .i Start. ' - fjW?M. ffp l Itallrmtd Time Tublf. N., 0. Sr. UKAMI Mr.TKUItlt I KtKNK. r 1IEM0CIIATN TO UONFKIl. I'KAISK OF WHISKEY. St. L. It. It. AltlliVKHi No, fij, 7ilf a lu. Nu, 4, 2.UJ m. " Wutrli Hie lleineiis lie Mgut of Norcm-he- LKAVKSi Train Nu. M t U..ntt t. m. Trlu Nu. 3, .t V.i , ut. - Kith. m Ti.ln Tula zz S Law's for Shoos, Shaw's for Harness, Shuw (or Clothing, Shaw's for Groceries, HlmwV for Hardware, Hhnw's for Que euwwuru. day. Lou Hhuw wus in Union Oily, SunMWn belle Mercer njM'ul Sunday In Union City. -- J. It. Weaver, of Moscow, wiis in town, Tucsduy. Mm. L. K. Stephens liui returned from Oiucluuutt. Puul dlmw ami Jessie Helm spcut Sunday In Fulton. Miss Hatllo AihIxtk Is vialtlng her pureut at l'liratfould, Ark. Kill tor Uuorjfo Warrvn unit wife tiru In Niudivillu this week. Hov. W. W. Horner, of Louisville, wuw In Hickman, i'uehduy. -- Mm Ola (Judder ha returned fnnu u vUu to re halves at St. LouU. Mr nud Mm. Simon 1'. Smother-uiolett Vediieduy for Luxora, Wutty uud lioyd Gardner, of Terrell, Tciiu,, were In tho city tin n Tho expected return ol the limit of tho November me- iWHrf every other teot event this rail. The uplon dor of their display In 1833, mud mo deep an impression t lint they Imte over since (templed u plane n purl in the popular Imagination iiri the miiKi gorgeous anil stall-huof nil celestial pageants. The fuel that three of their periods measure just Iho spun of it century lentlH to add to their reputa-tioiim a spectacle. Although their returns are separated liy w yearn mid a Mpaoe of thirty-threI ruction yet they may be seen three (linen In the course of u man's lllelluie. One who saw them a ii child in 1833, might have regarded their fiery menace with the cooler ludgtnent of it middle uged man in 18GU, and, thin j pat may behold again the neene that marked the alart mid the turning punt of IiIh life with JuefTiicMble uiemorlea of Mnodem In the heaveiiH. in it i n astro-noinlnil g n e There will boa meeliiig of the Ueiuocratii! Executive Oominlttec held lu Chicago on the 20th UiHt. It will he a hualneHH meeting of the Committee and u conference of the National lead-erof the Democratic parly. W. J. Hryiiu will he In that city, aud Senator and National itliten on (heir wuy to WiiHhlng-tofrom the West will Hyoud couple, of daya in that city 'o meet KiiHtern and Sunt hern DemocratR, who are expected to be in Chicago on thai day. It In probable an uddreHH to the Democrats or the. country will be iaaued by the committee after the party loaderH have hud a conference. NhIIoiiiiI a Iireent CONSTITUTION IS INVALID. A. Jiig Bargains Yj.Itaudlu ni, r re-)u- ir Buchanan's Sale. MIVKMHKH haw and Jeweler. work. an expert Olve him your Closing HMZAUIIS. at 11. Wntch-nutte- Mr M. 1). Hhuw returned Monday from a huuliiiK trip to tho s iltln of Mix-sour- i. The Embroidery Club will meet with (int. Niiiiiiiu KiiiKinau erenuiK. J. O. Parker, of Fultoii, wjw tu tho city Saturday, enroutehomu fnm Heel-foLuke. M, H. Shuw jr., nud Juo Dillon had Important huslue in Woodland Mill. Sunday. Hjr (Jo to Handle for your holiday Next door to F. & Kood in jewelry, M Hunk. MIm lioMle from CaMij ntwo weeks' vUit to friend at Union lily. returned Tuesday Miiwrs, Wilt Heudles and Honico Miles, of .Muvtleld, weru in the city Monday uveniUK- tsT Send to V. M. SHAW forchoico frttih meitw of all kinds, at the old ltacket Store. Telephone lit! pre-cine- the Courier a call atChus. HnlUer and Fred tended the niurrhiKu at Urwutleld, Teun.. Wvduenduy, Mrlteuiember. Handle hits moved hU Jewelry storu next to F & Al. Hank. Uivo him a call, Mm (Scuta II. Lee, of Wolf Inland, Mo., wiu in the city this week, the sUler, Mr. J. it Hceve. KtieHt of Mr. aud Mnt Henry D.ihuke, Mlsw-eLnuru aud Kate Cat hey, of Union City, were lu town, Sumlay, enroute to Oneida, Ark. Co to Schleukcr' for Watches. Clock, Jewelry, etc. Mm. F. W. Kehier and Mm. U. L. KmliiUor, of Union City, were, in the city thin week, guest of Air. and Mrs. Heurv Kuicntou. Mr. lieu Sltaw hint rodgucd hu houno of with the M 1) Shaw, aud iuu embarked iu thu butcher buhlueMi. ftaT H.ftO will buy a solid gold Opal Shoes cannot bo surpassed. Thoy uro Ht'CK's. Hiug ut tho best that can bo bought. Kxamlno U preparing to them. The IlltuoU Central 11 3 -- It II. O. AMiiKita. inakomueh footer time letweeu LouU vllln ud MempliU Tho time, now bi 11 hounr between tho two jHiiuts, aud a Fourlli (liuirlurly Meeting. half hour will bo made iu thu change. Tlio Fourth Quarterly Conference of A Miiwouri jury lu a lunacy case ro Mcthodixt Hickman will turned tho following verdict: "We, tho held at thoChurch ot Saturday even-inChurch, impaneled, nworu and churg-e- l bo the jurv, at to inquire iuto the lnaiiKulniiy of of the 7:0, All the ofllcialto members bo in atChurch nro requested " IIczcLiah Jouea, do occur iu thu tendance. Preaching Sunday nt 11 a. m by Kid. Jeukinn, and a special David Ackeu, agel 10. white, aud iu tho interest of our young people brakemuii ou thu 1. O. Hallrcid, wus at the evening service, nt which time ruu over by a freight tra'iu at Fulton thu Kpworth League will be reorgaulzed Saturday lant. HU left leg wan badly and a short address or sermon will bo delivered by Kid. Jenkins. Let all our crushed, reudcriiiK nmpututlon ry, Tho unfortunate youug man's young people bo present at this service plea-tau-t IV-iruo Stoue--HudM- t. Mr J. H. Orucii, of tho Cayeo wu lu tho city Saturday and paid u hc-- r n well-know- n W. W. Mi.rh,of Wlninii 1'lucc, Ohio, predicts heavy Htoruu for November, and thai auow and nleel will fall iu tho latter part of the mouth. The New England and New Jerocy counts will bear the brunt of fierce galea that will alao .SIGNIFICANT NF.WS. tlsit Hie Gulf of Mexico and i lu great lakes. According to the prognostication of Mr. Mured the! We do not care to be conien coal famine will be ut an end anou.'tiotis about it, but we would reJiiNt Iteeelveil. us a good stage of water will pre B,,pcifuy invite the iitlention of Niceall-Woo- l Bed Blankets White 0,,,C)' VM'l,i" !'"! thinking Democrats to the news and Hed. They aro beauties aud cheap. iiiugnll) Marsh promises II. 0. Amhekq. cent meteoric display between il.e relative to the poiiov to bo of 3 and 4 on either the'sued by the Democratic Weekly ('nine Forward morning or the 18th aud IUth.1 Bulletin, to be edited by Sam Ii, All persons indebted to O. A. Between the 23rd and 27th cold.Copk, under the direction of the are not if led thut thoy must como uuvit. hhuw Hinrnin uml Idlllnir National Dommittee. The news forward aud settle. Delays nro danfrost Ihrouuhout the Ohio valley, (appeared iu the Associated Press gerous. Verbum Supieuti. General rain ami snow storms in dispatches and will at least afford Fur ill for Kent. the Ohio river valleys. Cold wave food for th ught. It indicates to The heavy snow storms lu the those wiiit are not so blind they the G furm near Hickmau, known as and W. Powell place, Northwest aud the upper lake re will not see the existence of a raid, is ottered for rent. near Dyorsburg 64 quiet, but nevertheless an e fleet cleared, very good houses, 100 acres JSc. giotiR, extending southward over orchard, the Central valleya to the Gulf ive, understanding among the Na- For further Information, apply to Oeo Wahkk.v. Slates Storms of sleet aud snow tional lenders to make two quesfrom the tippei lakes, extending tions predominant iu next year's COItN ! (OU!S! eastward over Tennessee and the campaign lti lists" and "Imperialism." Sam Cook Is not aoiius Ohli vnllej. General heavy snow Grain Co., has Tho. Morgau-Hardstorms aud cold wave through the hllndlv. He is beyond ouostion aclltig under the advice of reUpper Allegheny and the lake ilavS gions, nud below zero wenther in -- u ucvm .. ...-.-unuir UllkS SCtUCS, anil OpCUtHl UU OltlCO Ut ttlU west end of tho Rnilroad depot. T. R. the Upper Missouri valley und as more promising of success. Smoot is their agent, aud he has tull . far south as Central Kansas. Uaiu. nud exclusive control of all their bust- sleU and snow, with very severe IIUHl in- Tin- 'i'imtctw UCW tha BCCi0Il Per80U8 desiring cold weather and high, cold winds to sell Corn will pleaso confer with Mr. throughout Western and NorthDefenders of trusts say that Smoot, and ho cau glvoall necessary ern Missouri and Iho Slate of prices f commodities are reduu- - information ns to prices, loading, &c. ou buh. Very severe weather iu en ny mo comuiues ami tiiitt tue . oee jhui weio Kaii'iiB. the Slates bordering on the west- trusts hurt nobody. To the many friends Is that bo! How about structu- assisted uud patronizedand persons who ern banks of the Mississippi river mo last seasou, from Louisiana to Minnesota, with ral steel! The trust controls the I return my sincere thanks. Wo aro snow as far south us Oklahoma market and the prico ot this com- moro conveniently situated this year modity Iium been increased 8.1 per thnu formerly. Please call at my otllce aud Southern Missouri. and you will bo kindly received aud cent. Prompt nicely My stock of Ladies aud Misses Sur.dy somebody Is hurt by the busiue.-v- treated.bo my motto. attention to t&f shall n The Supreme Court of the Unit' ed Stated, lust week, heard argument in a cane Involving the right of the Hoard of Education of Richmond county, (3a., to chIiiIi hah a high nchool for whiten iu AiigUHlu without also cHtabltNluiig n high school for colored children. The cane wax lianed upon the petition of a number of colored people of the county, who nuked that an order be Ifniied either compel ing the board to gite theii dill dreu the advantagea ot a public high nchool, or to compel the board to retrain from carrying on t while high Huh olo, fur the of which the petitionera are taxed. The cane iiivoiveH the of the Federal coiiHtitu-tion- , and has attracted consider able attention. Former U.S. Sen ator Ed in tin il h appeared for the colored people. hup-pin- Hew Dr. Ilillis, who lllled Prof. Swlng'n Chicago pulpit until he uk called to occupy the post in PI) mouth Church mnde famous by lieeeher ami adorned by Lay iniiQ Abbott, has been caying thiogH In favor of juice of corn, he rve and the wheat, nunlnat whtch not only the apostles of teetotnliHin are protesting, but with which the temperate oauuot agree. When he says whiskey contains "II the constituent elements of food he's on doubtful ground. Whuu be contends that all drunk ards are hereditary drunkards, Slid that they drink because they are unable to refrain, he is oat of Hgreemunt of the ruu or' humau experience. In a seusa we are an Intemperate people, not no much as other people, but Hufilcienlly to warrant the genera! statement but'! it '" not a fact t nut those who drink to exui'Hs are heredetury drunkards. Twenty out of etety tweu-I- t one of them acquire their (hunk uness without any assistance or any incentive whatever from their ancestors, immediate or remote; and could abstain with the exerciso of a little courage, lu I jjp & vw : V 1 C WE BLAZED THE WAY! Made the popular priced SHOES. Lowered the Prico and Raised the Quality. That's Why We Sell So Many Shoes I WE GIVE more Style and more Service for the money. We don't Bell Cheap Shoes, because gooa Shoes can't be sold Cheap. We sell Hleh Grades at Low Prices. FINE SHOES $3 AND $3.50. For'-heav- its face against alcohol. Equally iu error is Dr. Hiliis in slating that whiskey for every ten it makes miserable it makes 'hundreds n erry. But whether whiskey Is a merrymaker or a miserymaker, whether it is useful as a medicine or as a snake poison antidote, au exploitation of Its benefactions from the pulpit is an Innovation upon propriety that Is almost sure to leave an unpleasant taste in the mouth of even a lifelong patron of John Barleycorn. fact, would abstain, with or without courage, If social opinion set Black and Tan Vici Kid, Calf Lined; Box Calf, Calf Lined; Viscol Tanned Calf. Waterproof Shoes grade high cat Shoes or Bools for mud and water. Iu Box Calf, Grained Call, .Kangaroo Calf, or Kip. we can show yon just what yon want, and the price will be made to salt yon, from $1.25 to $3.60. BUY OUR YOU $3.60 ' Calf Lined Heavy Shoes. -- want the Shoes. COME to see us. WE NEED voar money. -- XiSLKftPIH. THE SHOEISTS I 1 pur-liour- s Hoi-comb- e Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE I . t y' . . . AND TO GET m ..... GOOD FRESH BREAD QO TO THE I lew City Batenj. j Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! T -- y ,.,,.. .eaderfc f $&& irujjiudi aim uuinesuc rruus, r IIlSADQTJAnTCnH FOIt i jn in'i '4 P il ii nne tnocoiaies 't' - - and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. -- f AFRESH OYSTERS nnd CELERY RECEIVED DAILY 1 1 - Come Seo Us Fresh Oysters served in any style, and at all hours. Telephone 99. atllrui-ntivo.- hotuoUin Chicago. Will "3BT 10,000 ilozeu CKg wanted Wy thu higlu'vt market price, ciwh. Nkw Citv Bakkiiv. Voting women iu Kociuty are laughing n great deal nowadays. Even " thOfcU WHO are HOI iwninmj k1" laughter Sena out juil after peal of Ha Ha I." Tho silvery laugh i tho rcsut of weeks uud months of special training and hours and lioum of patient pructlco Perfection iu attained ouly through prlvuto liistrtiotlon. This laugh Uu brunch of musical training upplied to embollish conversation m thu most pleatdug nmniier. For Bargaluji iu Jewelry call on IHuuiuu as In) is closing his stock out at iuu-slcI Not ouly are (lie builders injured, but the men who do not build. The muii with the hoe is injured. His instrument of labor cost hitn 85 per cent more than formerly, Thus the farmer Is robbed by the trust which in claimed not to harm anybody. Hut the injury does not end here. Ktery emnll inautitautiirer Is driven out ol business Merchants are forced to feel the pleasure because consumers cannot ufl'onl to patronize them. Laborers uro compelled to take lower wnges iho Injury Is widespread W. O. Hsruer. all embracing. How about the tin plutu trust! SL'dAIC IIOUSK MOLASSES. It has the same story. Small Bet quality new crop N. 0. Molasses olosed, Largo plants abplants O. E. Eakkii'8. at sorbed. Laborers reduced to A Card to the Public starvation wages. Merchants im poverished by loss ot trade PricThough words fall me, I desire to exes advanced. And yet we nro press, in my feoblo way, my sincere thanks to the membors of Kim Camp, told that the trusts injure nobody. g hit-vic- e steel trust. s Respectfully. 10.127-- H T. R. SMOOT, Ageut. New City Bakery. it .- To our old friends nnd customers, we wish to aunouueo that we havo bought tho largo stock of implements, Buggies, Harness, &o., previously owned by Sanders & Reeves, aud wo propose to mako this stock second to none of tho kind iu this eud of the Stato. Cull nud seo ns and satisfy yourself that we mean to sell goods and sell them cheaper than ever before. E. B. REEVES & CO NOTICE! W. R. WEBSTER, DEALER I N t 111! KENTUCKY AND TENNIIliB WHISKIES, 3f 4 im 2 SOLE AGENT FOR CowgUL. & Cowslll, . . "STANDARD" Ltnooln County. Peabody Olnb. UNION CITY, TENN. mm" a SPECIAL OFFER y fj No. il, Woodmen of the World, for the prompt payment of tho certificate- held TlIB greatest ginseng farm nu by uiu for 11,500 on my husband, Louis earth is located in Grayson counI earnestly commend tho OrS. Wells. der to the publio uenerally as deserving ty mid belongs to T. E. Gardln-tie- r of great credit. May Oml bless this noof Elizabethtown. The farm ble Order and help tlium to prosper, is consists of two hundred acres my prayer. - Druggists . . . IIEADOUAKTEHS FOIt Dbau Sib: I am enabled to Bell, and hereby offer yon, four full quarts of "HOLLWOOD" Seven year old, Double Distilled, RYE WHI8KEY, for $3.00, EXPRESS PREPAID. I propose to ship on approval, Id plain Boxes, with no markn to indicate contents. When you receive it and test it, if it is not aatinfao-torreturn it at my expense and I will refund you $3.00. This is a tnoBt liberal offer, and I await your orders. Yours very truly, W. R. WEBSTER. .a big saurlllci). in ,Wher, who is engaged in farintug 100 a foreign laud. He otfcM to sell the ocuts, or inula for twenty-livohi car lor two dollars. Tho victim This is n and wli imly to Ilud later ou it id uothing you can tuko your wlfo and family bu.-com. A number ot cars theru and bo lit homo. Liu ordinary of c wn uro doxterotiHly cut aud thou Butterflies, says a fashion exchange glued together to form ono large ear. are to ho tlio finish, par excellence iu millinery and thoy aro brought out in all sUes and great variety, ranging from gauzy cues dolicatoly tinted and by suiian-gieusually fluisliod ntoro or to such as for wiugs, Imyo quill leathers cut in butterfly shapes and reaching thu dimensions of birds, tho long, Hay bodloi provided with formidable imtonuao uud largo gluws e IlMt-iuruut- Hw U it lato swindle, and one that imay protli arinert to keop mi eye openg will cull liuv-iuifor : A "fariuur-loouing- " samples of corn Tho caw will be tironi live to eight tunes iho slo of ears or corn, which ho alleges W raised from seed scut him by Ills and Suits at Cost at Buchanan's. gf your meals at the Now City Bakery. , One hundred is in timber. Under one tree was recently gathered Hickman, live pounds of this valuable root. It is worth 4(K) Mens Boys dinner has $3 a pound.nut Mr. Gar figured il that on tills basis and nt fiO trees to the custom-mad- e go acre which is a small average the ginseng is worth 70 per acre, making the farm of 100 aeros of Wheu you uro hungry, take timber worth $75,000. MltH. MOM.1R Wklus, Kv.,Nov. 0, 18!)9. f es ti,c" Cooking. Ranges, The Best in the World ! You Cannot Hake a MfMtake (IM. TONICS, COUCH Niinrs la Buying One of these Ranges One of its Strongest Points is its Bukea Bisouits in 4 Minutes Buying a "Miijostlc" menus a J ?i M AM) jVIl ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! Light Bread in 40 Minutes. life-tim- e u Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of celebrated Brown Shoes. All go lo-.- s s, at cost plu-ioi- ut Buchanan's, eyei, Used by British Soldiers In Africa. Capt. G. U, DcnuiMm is well know n all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the famous rebel Gallsho. Under date of Nov. 4, lb!l7, from Vryburg, Bochiiualiuid, ho writes: "Before startiiig on thu lust cniiip ilgu, I bought a quuutitv of Chamberlain s Oollp Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, aud mid given to my men. nud iu every case it proved beneficial." For nnlo by OowkIU & ' ' gill, Hickmau, uud A. M. Shaw. Stuto fyrje, DruggUh), II'J i of Economical Oookiiirf rail ami Kx a in I ne Them. You'll Buy no Oilier. PRESCRIPTrONS Why do not our farmers raise more diversified ciropst Ten aores Compounded, of broom corn now would he worth J Farmers, call with your uroduco about $1,000. allowing only a ton ufltrukli to tbt gore, at MTB. SHAW'S Big Store, Carefully -- The physicians of Vice President Hoburt say a fatal termination of his illuesa may occur any time, or his present condition may be indefinitely prolongtt), TTO W MRt&SSSi2 "':""2 wnjtmwfmw& OUR HOME IN HEAVEN Dr. Talmagc Preaches on the Glories of Our Father's House. There Arc In II Many Itooiu. nntl There In n I'lnce for livery One of (iod's Chil- dren. (Copyright, tsw. In u by Louis Klo.isch.) v '., unique wny the Heavenly world is discoursed upon liy Or. Tnlmuge in this sermon under theliguieof u home; "In my father' te.t, John house arc many room." Here is a hot lie or medicine that is n cure nil. The disciples were mid, and ' Christ otrcrccl Heaven as nn alternative, He shows n stimulant uuil n tonic. them thai their Borrows arc only ndarl; background of n bright picture of coming felicity, ile lets them know that, though they live on the lowlands, they shall yet huve n house on the .uplands. Nearly all the llihle descriptions of Heaven may be figurative. I am not positive that in all Heaven there i a literal crown or harp or pearly gate or throne or clnriot. They may be only used to illustrate the glories of the place, but how well they do It! The favorite symbol by which th bibie prehouse. sents celestial happiness Is Paul, who never owned a home, although he hired one for two years in Italy, speaks of Heaven r.su "house not made with hands," and Christ in our text, the translation of which Is a little changed, so as to give the more accurate meaning, says: "In my Father's house are many rooms." This Divinely authorized comparison of Heaven to n great homestead of large accommodations I propose to carry cut. In some healthy neighborhood a man builds a very commodious habitation, lie must have room for all his children. The rooms come to be called after thr members of the family. That is mothci'h room, that Is George's room, that is Henry's room, that is Flora's room, that is Mary's room, and the house Is ull occupied. Hut time goes by, and the sons go out into the world and build their own homes, and the daughters are married or have talents enough singly to go out and do a good work in the world. After awhile the father and mother are almost alone in the house, and, seated by the evening stand, they say: "Well, our family is no larger now than when we started together ID years ago." Hat time goes still farther by, and some of the children a:c- unfortunate, and return to the old homestead to live, and the grandchildren come with them, and perhaps and again the house is full. Millennia ago God built on the hills of Heaven a great homestead for a family innumerable, yet to be. At first Ile lived alone in that great house, but after aw ile it was occupied by a very large family, cherubic, seraphic, nngeli.' The eternities passed on, and many of the inhabitants became wayward and left, never to return, and muny of the apartments were vacated. I refer to the fallen augels. Now these apartments nrc filling up again. There arc arrivals at the old homestead of God's children every diiynnd the day will come when there will be no unoccupied room in ail the houoe. As you and I expect to enter It and make there eternal residence, I thought you would like to get some more particulars about the many roomed homestead.' "In my Father's house are many rooms." You see the place ia to be apportioned off into apartments. We shall love all who are in Heaven, but here nrc some very good people whom we would not want to live with in the same room. They may be better than wc are, but they arc of a divergent temperament. We would like to meet with them on the golden streets and worship with them in the temple and walk with t lie in on the river banks, but I am glad to say that we shall live in different apartments. "In my Father's house are many rooms." You sec, Heaven will be so large that if one wants an entire room to himself or herself it can be afforded. An ingenious statistician, taking the statement made in Itevclution, twenty-firs- t chapter, that the Heavenly Jerusalem was measured and found to be 12,000 fui longs and that the length and height and breadth of it nrc equal, says that would make Heaven in sue 94B se.Ntllllou USB quiiitlllion cubic feet, and then, reserving u certain portion for the court of Heaven and the streets and estimating that the world may last a hundred thousand years, he ciphers out that there, nre over 5,000,000,000,000 rooms, each room 17 feet long, 10 feet wide, 15 feet high. Hut I have no faith in the accuracy of Unit calculation. He makes the rooms too small. From all can read, the rooms, will be palatial, and those who have not had enough room In this world will have plenty of room at the last. The fact is that most people in thi. world are crowded, and, though out on a vast prairie or in u mountain district people may have more room than the) want, in most cuses it is n house built close to house, and the streets arc crowded, and the cradle is crowded by other cradles, and the graves crowded in the cemetery by other graves, and one of the richest luxuries of many people in getting out of this world will be the gaining of unhindered and uueramped room. And should not wonder if, instead of the room that (lie statistician ciphered out as only 17 feet by 10, it should be larger thau any of the rooms at llerlln. St. James or Winter palace. "In my Father's house nrc many rooms." Carrying out still further the symbolism of the text, let us join hands, and go up to this inujcbtic homestead and sec for ourselves. As we nscend the golden steps an invisible gunrdstnun mvinrri open the front door, unci wo urc iisIihiw! to the right into Hie reception room of' the old homeMeatl.' Ihnl Ik the Hist liiM, inert the welcome place when' & n, 1 1 Another room in our Father's houni DANGER IN EXPANSION. There must be a place where the departed spirit enters, and a vtIII be the family room. It may corrr-- , pond somewhat with the family room! aoT. rhnnrlil, of Wisconsin, 5y place In which it ennfrouu the inhabAmerica .Slum lit Mitt Kern itants celestial. The recepf.ou room on earth. At morning nnd evculug.you know, that Is the place wo now meet. Itir J.'Iilllpplnes. of the newly arrived from this world what scenes it must have witnessed Though every member of the household since the first guest arrived, the vic- hnvc n separate room, In the family;' Gov. Scofield hns written n letter to tim of the (Irs I frut Icicle, pious Abel! room they nil gather, and joys nnd oN thcMllwnukeeJournnlon the Philippine In that room Christ lovingly gleets nil rows nnd experiences of nil style arr question in which he snjs it would be He redeemed liier.i, and there reheated. newcomers. Sacred room in all' dnngerous to the republic to keep the Ile lias the right to the tlrst enibrnei on our dwellings, whether It be lii.surlouij Philippines. The governor writes: urrlval. What a tnitiqte when the with ottomans nnd dlvnnn nnd books In' "While the question of the disposition to Husslnn IMs standing In mahogany cuso' ;o mnile of tho Philippines Is political In ascended spirit first seer. th Lord! totnot hocomoa party hi'shest senso It ter than all we ever re id about Hit. i or or ilflTtt Le ... i.. n few chain nnd thoue, .ml. I bdtave. hns a question which Is s:vng about Him in a cradle. So the family room on high to be settled In tho near future t tako It talked about Him or all the churches and through ull our will be the pfuce where the kinsfolk trot tho Issue U not really ono or expansion aud It Is only or earthly lifetime will it be, just for one assemble ami talk over the ex- nt,,,,. ny tho tnlk of Imperialism or second, lo see Him. The most raptur- perlcnces of earth, the weddings, the births, the burials, the festal duys of; "It Is rssentlnlly n public question and ous Idea we ever hnd of 'Him on And which days or at the height of some Christmas and Thanksgiving reunion, ipr.e mo say shoulil bo widely discussed. It by that tho free discussion of great revival or under the uplifted ivjii the children departed remain chll: ' etrepublican, whatever sido he may take, baton of nn oratorio Is n bankruptcy of ilren there'.' Will the aged remain aged In r.o scr.se 'nvolves disloyally to the thought compared with the llrst llasfi Qh.no! Kvcrything is perfect' ministration I'.very man of Intelligence In tho country. I tiellovn. Is with the of His appearance in that reception ine child will im uliend to Jpnt ,n i,ls efforts to suppress tho conroom. At that moment when ,ou maturity, nnd the aged will rectlon; but what disposition Is to bo front each other. Christ looking upon go back lo glorified mnturitv. The rls- - niiulo of tho i.ew territory and tho people you and you looking upon Christ, there Ing nm of the one will rise lo merldlun, ,vho )vl" become dependent upon us Is a question to bo settled by congress, and con- will be nn ecstatic thrill nm! surging of the descending sun of the will nouM oxres, tho wilt of tho peo- emotion that beggar all description. return to meridian. However much we tile. ls8l' iwe"1 ' this: Shall "Tll love our children on earth, we would Look! They need no introduction. It has suppressed tho the government i .it. .. i, n Long ago Christ chose that repentant er If thev ,urrctlon plannfterretain permanent pos- to sinner, and that repentant sinner chose staid children, nnd so wc rejoice nt thclt s sslon of th.i Philippines and make thnt a portion cf our territory and Christ. Mightiest moment of an Im- growth here. And when wc meet In mortal hir'ory the tlttt ll of Heavthe family room of our Father', house u';Xn7r..,,lt0reOxI,;ede,,;,n0t for'.nis'c'out en! Jesus mid the soul! The oul and we will be glnd thnt they have grandly i , t0 permarently add to Its territory Jesus! Islands and and gloriously matured, vvhWe our par- - ard Its population those "t motley InhabitantsT Hut now Into thnf reception room ents, w ho were uged nnd Intlrm here, we tr",r Br0llmalnta n control In the Philip- If wo pour the glorified kinsfolk, enough of shall be glad to t.i restored to the .ilrectly and complete- thpy mUil ague nnu vigorous immortality y subject to our nuthorlty; hut wo neej earthly retention to let you kno'v them, mosi Jt trou'.!o ourselves ns some do with but without their wounds or sicknesses there. If to or 15 or 30 years be thr re maxim that wo must not nttempt to npex of physical mid mental life on kTovcrn without tho consent of thu gov- or their troubles see what Heaven has done for them! so radiant, so gleeful, earth, then the Heavenly childhood will rncd. Tho content of tho Kovorr.od In so transporting!; lovely! They call you advance to thnt, and the Heavenly old ueli eases may ho predicated upon the to refuse to tie governed. Tlmt nge will retreat to that. When we join by name. They greet you with an niixlm. therefore. If It Is uppllcuhlo nt alt proportioned to thenr.guiih of your them in that family room wc shall have to tho enso, may ho used In strengthen weaken the side of thoio who rather parting and the length of your separa- much to tell them. Wc shall vvnnt to go In than policy for n of acquisition tion. Father! Mother! There is vour know of them, right awny. such things " Leaving aside the which would as these: Did you see us in this or thai threaten us on the sldo of n vigorous culchild. Sisters! Urothcrs! Friends! military spirit nnd stimuor the other struggle? Did you tivation of the wish you joy. For years apart, togethdo not bewe lost our property nnd sympa- lated desire for acquisition, er again in the reception room of the thize with us? Did yon know wc hnd lieve this country can afford to assume so old humestend. You sec, they will know crorrnous a rciponslhllll). "Wo may tall: spkmlli!ly of the brotheryou are coming. There are so many that nwful sickness? Were you hoverwo extend that hood of hut Immortals filling all the space between ing nnywheic nroutid us when wr principle man,must conserve the existence wo here and Heaven that news like that plunged into that memorable accident? r( men Whatever Is to he tlono by us In flies like lightning. They will be there Did you know of our backsliding? Did tho Philippines or elsewhere can only Ins In an instant. Though they were In you know of that moral victory? Were accompltsi'ed whllo tho Integrity of our own nations! cxlstcnco Is Intact. some other world on errand from God. you pleased when wc started for Justly In other words, you ceieornic u.e nour wUh .j, Philippines wo canr.ot deal nenven.inu a signal would be thrown out that when such dealinc Is would fetch them. Though' you might cf our conversion? And then, whether an injustice to ourselves. may rather mol"Poss at first feel dazed and overawed nt thev know h or not. we will tell them ancMiy bly I of thnbe taklrg ahut It seemsview situation, all. Hut they will have more to tell nt. to mo that the ccrttnucd existence of our their supernal splendor, nil tlint prosert form of govorrmert U threatened, will be gone at their first touch than we to tell them. Ten yenrs on earth may be v cry event- by this I'h'Ilpplnc prcblrm Woaro a great of Heavenly salutation, and we will sny: nation, but wo havo our Hmltaticns. l.et "Oh, my lost boy!" "Oh. ray lost com- ful, but what must be the biography of ui rerogr'se thcs llmltatUrs. nr.d not ten years in Heaven? They will have to the spirit cf specu'atlun a d gambling panion!" "Oh, my lost friend! Are we Into tho here together?" What scenes In thr.t tell us tl." story of coronations, story to entorproblems. solution of our a nation Lot us of news from nil Immensity, story of n nprlghl as an ordinary ho ts reception room of t'.ie old homestead hitslnass man, ,iud hlernrchs. story of ard not expand beyond the capacity of our have been witnessed! There met Jo- coiniiriui seph and Jacob, finding it n brighter wrecked or ransomed planets, story of npltnl. people cannot. I lveMeve, "Tho room than anything they saw in Pha- nngclie victory over diabolic reolts. of with safety tho assimilation of urdertako ,ftsU or conraoh's palace; David nnd the little child extinguished suns, of obliterated of foreigner, allon to us In every .".ararterlsllc. And It Is folly to talk of for whom he once fasted and wept; stellations, uf new galnxles kindled nnd maintaining permanently our supremacy swung, of iitrnnded comets, of worlds k Mary and Lazarus after the wnr these icopIc without working ton ard of Hcthany; Timothy hnd grand- on fire nnd story of Jehovah's majestic asslmlUitlon; It Is worse than foil) It Is reign. 7f In that family room of our rimlral Supremacy over those Islands mother Lois; Isabella Graham and l.er Father's house we have so much to tell ;oat ismh either a control having In view sailor son; Alfred nnd George aple to our fie u.'t.mato uplifting of tho of the sea nt Inst them of what we have passed through- . vol, or a control for tho purpose of en- the we parted, how much more thrillourselves materially at their ox- made manifest; Luther and Magdalene, since the daughter he bemoaned; John How- .ing nnd arousing thnt which they hnvfjnse." whnt they have passrlT, SSESSING OFFICEHOLDERS. ard nnd the prisoners whom he gospel-ize- to tcl! us of .. .1. .....!. ,t.A II Cr..ln ft. it I !. and multitudes without number family room will be one of the most fawho, once so weary nnd so sad, parted TUc Alnilnlt rntliin Mrhenie for on earth, but gloriously met in Heaven. vored rooms in nil our Father's house. .Monrj- for tlirCnm- Whnt long lingering there, for we shall Among all the rooms of that house Iiik Cniupnlmi. there it no one that more enraptures never ngnin be in n hurry! "Let me Chrismy soul than that reception room. "In open a window," said a humble The republican situation in Ohio l.s so tian servant to Lndy Unfiles, who. be- grave that Senator Hnnnn hns revived my Father's house are many rooms." of the death of lierchlld. had shut cause Another room in our Father's house herself up in n dnrk'rooin nnd refused the Jay Hubbcll system of levying camis the music room. St. John nnd other to sec anyone. "You have been many paign nssessmenta upon all federal officeholders in Washington. A million Hiblc writers talk so much about the days in this dark room. Are you not dollars Is needed, nnd needed nt once, music of Heaven that there must be ashamed to grieve in this manner, when ! the campaign committee in that music there, perhaps not so much as you ought to be thanking God for hav state, nnd government employes are exon earth was thrummed from tremyou the most beautiful clulu bling string or evoked by touch of ivory ing given v.as seen, nntl, Instend of lea- pected to furnish it. that ever Within n few days every federal ofkey, but if not thnt, then something ving him in this world till he khould b better. There nre so many Christian worn wltlc trouble, lias not God inson ficeholder, no matter how low, lias received a circular from W. F. Kurdcll, harpists and Christian composers and him to Heaven in nil ls beauty? Leav.. Christinn organists and Christian chor- olT weeping nnd let me open a win- trenstirer of the fliinucc committee of Ohio republican commitisters and Christian hymnologists that I nm trying to oprn the So tee, soliciting "liberal" contributions. have gone up from earth, there must dow." upon the darkness of earthly separabe for them some place of especial deThese circulars are nddrersed to the nnd doors nnd room, we have music in this tion the windows lectation. Shall my la houses of the employes, nnd the fact Heavenly homestead. "In world of discords and no music in the of the proves thnt the administration not only nre many rooms." land of complete harmony'.' I cannot ther's house approves of this scheme, would it do for my sermon i How give you the notes o! the lirs't bar of but hns compelled each cabinet olllcrr you in that family room the new song that is sung In Heaven. leave sure there Is no room in wh,. to furnish to the republican campaign I am I cannot imagine cither the solo or the committee of Ohio the names and priIn the enemdoxology. Hut Heaven means music, you would rather stay than raptured circle of your ascpnded at.'. vate addresses of tiic government andean mean nothing else. Occasional- glorified kinsfolk. We might visit other ployes. ly that music has escaped the gate. The circular explnins that its nims In our Father's houe. Tlnr-mn- y Dr. Fuller, dying nt Heaufort, S. C, rooms law, thnt no member of be picture galleries penciled n ; are within the said: "Do you not hear?" "Hear with earthly art, but by some procr the finance committee is employed In what?" exclaimed the bystanders. "Tile unknown in this world, preserving the federal service, that up effort to music! Lift nic up! Open the winworld the brightest and mosi collect the money will be made in the next dows!" stupendous scenes of human historv. departments, nnd because of the last In that music room of our Father's and there may be lines and forms ol fact contributions must be voluntary house you will some day meet the old earthly beauty preserved .whiter aDd and mndc ns individuals und tinofllelnl-ly- . The circular in marked "confidenmasters. Mozart and Handel and Men- chaster and richer than Venetian sculp delssohn and Beethoven nnd Doddridge, ture ever wrought rooms beside tial" nnd is typewritten, the signature whose sacred poetry was as remarkrooms, rooms over rooms, large rooms being mnde with pen. Many of the recipients of these letable as his sacred prose, and James majestic rooms, opalescent roonu Montgomery, and William Cowper, at amethystine rooms. "In my Father's ters nre terrorized by the fear thnt they will lose their places if they fail to conlast got rid of his spiritual melancholy, house are many rooms." and Lllshop Hcbcr, who sang of "GreenI hope none of us will be disappointed tribute, although they do not underland's icy mountains und India's coral about getting there. There is a room stand why they should be usseKsed to strand," and Dr. Unfiles, who wrote of for us if we will go and take it, but in hplp out in Ohio when they have de"High in yonder realms of light," and order to reach it it Is absolutely ncces mands from other stntes made upon Isaac Watts who went to visit Sir tary that we make the right way, and them nt regular Intcrvnls. It Is said Thomas Abn-c- and wife for a week, but Christ is the way, and wc must entct that n "blacklist" will be made up proved hlmticlf so ugreeable a guest at the, right door, und Christ is the door, showing nil who fnll to respond to the that they made him stay 3G years, and and wimnst stnrt in time, and the only Hnnnti call for funds, nnd thnt the vicside by side Augustus Toplndy, who has hour you are sure of is the hour tht tims will be dealt v.itli nccordlngly. got over his dislike for Methodists, and clock now strikes, and the only second Senntor Hntina, when here recently, Charles Wealey, freed from his dislilie the one your watch is now ticking. said to n republican representative of for Calvinlsts, and George V. Hethuue, hold In my hand a roll of letters invlt note: "John II. McLean Is putting up as sweet as a ai he was Ing you nil to make thnlyour home fnr nn exceedingly strong fight in nil the great as a preacher and the author of ever. The New Testament Is only a toll big cities of the state, nnd It will re"The Village Hymns," and many who of letters Inviting you. ns the spirit ol quire every dollar the republican comwrote In venic or song, in church or by them practically suys: "My dying yc mittee can raise to secure n republican victory." Washington Hpoclul, In N. V. eventide cradle, and many who were Immortal child in earthly neighborhood passionately fond of music, but could have built for you a great residence Journal. make none themselves, tbc poorest It Is full of rooms. have furnished The prosporl ty of the country just singer there more than any earthly them ns no palace was ever furnished now Is based upon the Important fnct prima donna nnd the poorest players Pearls are nothing, emeralds nre uoth mniiiifncturtfrfi nre underthere more t han any earthly Got tschalk-Oh- , Ing. chrysoprasus Is nothing, illumined that our steel selling everybody else in the markets that mustc room, the headquarters panels of sunrise and sunset nothing And they nre doing Hint of cadence and hyihm, symphony and the aurora of the northern heavens of the world. l.ecnuse the ore nnd fuel enn be assemchant, psalm and nntiphou! May we nothing, compared with the splendor bled cheaper In this country than anyhe there some hour when Haydn sits with which have garnit tired them where else In the world. The protective at the keys of one of his own oratorios, Hut you must be clean before you can tariff of the republican pnrty has nothand Pavid the psalmist fingers the harp, enter there, nnd so have opened o Toledo Illade. and Miriam of the lied sen lan.n claps fountain where you may wash nllyoui ing to do with it. the cymbals, and Gabriel puts his lips slnsnwny. Come now! I'm your weary Many of the phrases used by to the trumpet and the four aud twenty but cleansed feet on the upward path' PresIdentMcKlnJcy on Ills latest stump-Iii- r elders chant, and Lltid and Parcpa ren- way. Do yon not see amid the t blch tour through the west will be der matchless duet In the' music room follnge on the heavenly hllltopi tbc found neatly dovetailed In to his Thnnko-glvln- g of the old heavenly homestead!, "In i, old fr.mlly homestead?,'' "In soy Fa proclamation. SU Louis Hepub-Hmy Father's lious- ure mauy room " tlitr's Jujse p maufroct," of Heaven. I I prest-intie. lnsur-gltnlfi- THE POSITION OF 13 R VAN. HE COULDN'T BE BLAMED, Uld Kver tliln In Ilia Power o cure Support Hut Vs llan- illcnuicil. Ills Proposition on the Philippine Question Wise, Logical ttml Just. Itcpubltcan newspapers, nrc busily enthe position gaged misrepresenting tnken by Wlllinm J. Hrynn an the Philippine question. They assert that Hrynn tidvocntes n cowardly course nnd the Immediate withdrawal of the American troops. In order thnt the people tuny know Just what Mr. Hrynn thinks about this matter the following extract is mntlu from n speech delivered by him nt Des Moines recently. Among other things Mr. Hrynn Mild: "I do not favor the withdrawal nf nur troops. Whnt I do believe, nnd whnt I have repeatedly asserted ns my belief, Is that we should nt once declare our purpose in unequivocal terms so xjsl-th- e ,,j,t, ,!,., .r f1 ,, - far-o- ft x nr-d- 1 know-whe- 1 o - feel-lu- g nl-tr- w govern-ment- al henrt-brea- thnt the Filipinos cannot doubt it to grant them full nnd complete independence the very moment they have established n stable gov riiiuent. I believe thnt if we should make such an nniiouncemeut right now the war would cenke In n short time; nnd our troops- could withdraw without laying down their nrms in the face of the enemy." This puts quite n different phase on the matter. The condition ofiiiTnlrs In Cuba proves that Hrynn is right In lilt suggestion, nnd that Instend of ndvocnt-in- g n cowardly course he innkes a which appeals entirely to logic, justice nnd wisdom. Senator Hoar ngres with Mr. Ilrynn nnd usserts thnt by pursuing the same course In the Philippines as that pursued In Cuba this country would have n vol ded wnr. In nn interview Senator Hoar says: "Hv pursuing such n course. Instend of lasting enmity we should hnvc the undying gratitude of that people. We should have hnd everything we could nsk or wish In the wny of trade advantage there. They would have tnkrn our ndvicc in the framing of their Institutions. We should hnvc sent our scholars and teachers to Instruct them In good government nnd thcMvnya of as wc did to Japan. Wc should have kept other nations from Interfering with them. We should hnvr aided them In keeping order, nnd there would hnvc been n nation In the east differing from Japan In the fact thnt It would have been n republic, nnd we should hnvc had the glory forever of having been their liberators nnd benefactors)." Isn't it about time for the republican press to show n little honesty In He treatment of Ilnnu? Let them quoto willing him fnlrl.v. His friends to have his statements given the widest publicity, but they object to Ilea and distortions. Chicago Democrat. proji-cwltiou "I suppose it wao a little cheeky," .il the youtig man to the old fellow on tho rear platform of the car, "but what are you going tv tin in iiieh a cam?" "es. what ate you going to dd?" queried the old fellow, In tepiy, though haviiik' no knowledge of what was meant. "I gt up the courage to ask Iter hind In marriage and she murmured yes." "They generally murmur." "nun to be in good form. I had to go and ask the old man consent. "Perfectly correct, young man perfectly correct, "I took a bracer nnd walkrd In on him," continued the young nun, "and In due time I had staled my ease. He visited a decent length of time and then wid I could have her." "That was beautiful beautiful." "cs. as fnr ns it went. Yes that was ail riiiht. but I wasn't through with him vet. I had to ask him if lied lrnd me a hundred dollars to get married on. Wasn't llo other way, vou know." "So, no otiif way," repeated the old fellow ns he got a tie hr.ce for kU back. "And he loaned it to you J" ,"N'aP- Threw me down vilth a dull thud, "You rVi't say!" "Did for a fct. Ye, the whole thing Is off, and I have loved and lost. I don't see where I lit to M.imf, though." "Xot a bit of it. You lovrd mid wantrd to marry but it takes money to get Hurried on. He lud it, hut wouldn't lend it. No money no ruarnacr. PJatn hi the nose pn your lire, and you're not a bit to blame. "Put it tliar, young man, and nicer up and get i evw hold with )our toes, ou had to do i- t- had lo do it and anviwdy n says you hadn't is a liar J ml a Iiom thief snd iljsn'l stand up before the undersigned for three ruundt! -- Cleveland Plata Deattr. - THE ICE MACHINE'S PART. At ,evr I.t There Hern n t'nelel'm ture Introitnreit Inlo Hit Tom's Cnliln. There is a new wrinkle in "lrnde Tom's Cabin" theatrical couiiMtiirs. One pf them, iv Inch is ransacking the state of New Jrr-sc- y for audiences, has hit upon the device f buying a refrigerating machine and using real blocks of Ice in the scene in which 1'Iim, pursued by a wck of barking mongrels, the mrr ctrrvmg in hrr arms a stutlrd doll. ieruuking nurture has proved an 'Hie enormous surcets At thr l!HUr-u- l opera few house, where the ire machine p.jwd evening ago, a frantic crow d fought its w ay throiigii the doors. At the first performances the ire machine was kept in the tssck-round Several cake were uuniifartutnl iffore the pcrfsmwanec snd placed on tke green bnze river. Thev w er eatrfuby sanded on the ourfacc. o that when Klira made hrr grand dash for lilwrtv she would net turn undignified somersaults. The ire machine, however, had been so largely advertised that yokels wanted to it Thejr Mt in their plares after th curtain sic (ended upon the solemn death of Utile Kv and howled for the ice machine tn come nut and show itself. Th- - isze manager and a couple of tleck hand luil to carry it down to the footlights Then they turned the bundle and, amid uproarous applause, the tnarhine produced a ease of real ice. Since then a part has len written in the play for the see machine When the river scene ociis a couple of southern sperulater ertmentlng with tho arc discovered, rnarhuif. I liey prwlure thrir ire, and not having any immediate ue for it turn It Into the rivr, ami it sits upon the nver surfar at prier intervals to ncrommsMJatr IftlrV footsteps. A colored man eome out and sprinkles sand over the tee in full view of the audience, '"hlcago Chrensole. ? m-- tivll-intlo- n, an-quit- e PROMISES TO BURN. How Cook-mn- n, y m3-stcr- llrimlillrnna Propose lo Dent iir- vvllh the Trnat lion. d, ..-- - o-cntlv- e to-da- y money-raisin- g to-da- v . e ohamlonvd :) the leaders of tho republican part), ar. as that part) ' In tho maCsn'l Ml., the t'lnre. jority Its pasnco Is assured .Stranger Where decs that nrvt dentist It Is hoped that in tills w a., 'the wind have his office! Policeman You mean the one who pulls will be tnken out of the .'.emoiy-ntlteeth without pain? Knits" nn the trust question. 'Yes." Whnt the proposed legislation but "Ho right nnund the corner. Ypu will You can another promise. Hnven't tlw piopb have no trouble finding his ollice. away." hear his patients yell half a bloik been fed upon promises on thi quesOhio Mate Journal. tion quite ns long ns their appetite will What is needed is not more A Dear Little Darling. Wigwag.-"stand It? law against monopolies, but nn honest wife i the desrest V.t woman m the world.'' Wutsuii "1 don't nnd resolute purpose to enforce the that Mow muili docs she cost know about you?" laws wc hnvc. Two or three attorrcys Kcrord. general have demonstrated jhnt even under the common law "conspiracies In restraint of trade" can be driven out of n stnte. Is elected Hut when n president through the aid of enormous campaign contributions from tin trusts nnd GRIPPH COLDS nnd himself the Mipportrr of n tnritf law that encourages and protects CROUP COUGHS them, nnd he appoints ns nttorney general n corporation lawyer nnd trust HOARSE) SORE- -i counsel, vvlint can you expect? If the issue can be fairly presented nnd THROATi NESS squsiely voted upon ncxtyear the politicians of Mr, Ilnnna's school nrc pretty certain to find thnt the people will not elect a monopoly breeder to put down monopolies. N. Y. World, c I My Phil-adciph- u of the Shorn an Senntor Hanr a has dlscoveird thnt there arc come Musts after nil, and thnt there nrc many more mnuoolistlc combinations under other forms nnd nn lues thnt nre extremely obnoxious to even republican voters The World's correspondent' nt Cleveland has therefore been authorized to sny that "A Mil will he Introduced at the noxt Session of ernsress covering thn defects anti-tru- Uw tl will Ut "What a grcsd picture it must have been," remarked the boarder who had seen Dewey, "to have seen thr Olympia s twining home, the stars and stnptn on one mast and the homeward Knnsrit on the other " "Magnificent"' echoed Vnt man in black suspenders, "but think what a picture It would have lteen to have seen the Mars and stripes on one mast and the ImkiIuII pennant ou tho otlKr." Chicago Itvening News. t'nilrr Tsi I"lnn. IGARRH coin-bine- s, 1 POINTS AND OPINIONS. The republienn mnnngers'nre trying to get the federal ofllceliolders nnd employes Into a campaign trust. C!n clnnati Mr. Hnnnn Is sufllciently frank in his defense of the trusts. With the head of the republican pnrtj approving thn great combinations, what will an antitrust plnnlc in thu next republican notional platform amount to? St. Loiiih l'ost-Dlspntc- OGNERAL JOE WHEELER Says Enery in their good opinion of Peruna at an tltectlvr catarrh Ion Sullivan, Roach and J Ptruna t ' I Join Sena Mc nmedy." I m 6ong-mak- er I I 1 1 e. I Mr. Hnnnn is still covering himself with oratorical glory. Ills latest utterance is one In defense of the trusts, which he says arc organizations for th mutual benefit of their proprietors with which neither politics nor the pub-lihave nnythlng to do. They urn Washington beneficent Institutions. Times. One of the frequent remnrksninda by Mr. MeKInley on his Inte stumping tour was to the effect tlint the revenues of this country nre now abundant. Ho did not go on to explain thnt this Is because of the extra stump tax which was levied to provide revenues to carry on the war. This tax Is pnld by thn commoners, while tho corporations in the main escape. In his "awing around the circle" Mr. MeKInley omitted from his speeches many points of special Intercut to the people Buffalo Times. e 9 OVA TV 5IZC.r , HbXtWZ . ACTUAL "mm " ""'"- -' -- mi, sV . . -- -. - - m rssssssisss-si-.... " fl'' f i&ja,,f vwmmmmtt ly "IT " " f WiiAKli'im!&wmmiwlnTititmixffi r GOAT HERDER'S HOUSE, luat Ills' 'I'll I iik for .HoiMlm calcrn Knriiim Who Arc llimntrril In Hie Anaorn llualnrai. Angora gouts "re grrnlbrowscrs, eat ing oil the leaves o( hushes inn trees as nigh from thi' ground nil they cuiirciiclt nhcii Htnuillng on t liclr hind Ivk H1i ihelr front feet up In the tret. Hucli nrowslng given a purk-Kknppia rnm-to any urea on wlitcli tJieynre feeding: to niiy ox tent, rind tlmt Is especially truest the vicinity of their Imltllng ground. !t lift tlllrifnrn tflf 1'rt.nf ii.Kf.illriW.. lit -.w " c H."- -- ' i ' "(,.. lV Clvi,. fcaa. ;,; l 'i T) OOAT IIKItDKK'fl IIOUPE. chnngr the bedding ground frrqurot-t- y to un rntlrrly uw "caini," uud tliU a mot coucnieuUydoiicby sliclteriug their herder in u inotnblc bouse, u shown in the illustration. I used to have n tmt for the purpose, but thin ha mnuy objcctlouabln innluly hrcntise It n building n ft lire uround It to kvp fruiu tearing Jt, It i nlso Initios-slbl- e to keep out trntnps, who sometime help lUrnihelsra to tlie herder's (irusisiont or lIiuil.rU during his lib irnrr. Thf sdro of the home Ik six by ten fret mid six feet from .loor to tnw-s- , tod nil ibal Ik iicrrssnry Is to loud the "camp tricks," hlteh on two horses, nnd pull It to the fresh rniuplug ground The herder lock It when taking the (lock out to graze In the morning, nnd I hae never et hud It tampered with. It bah been In constant use lor tlyeari. Ai.icrir.uii Agriculturist. fen-turn, cat-ti- PUMPKINS FOR HOGS. i:lliMNf lo Their Vnluc llnirl vm Uiitrrlnirnta I'ltnttttrlrtl nl Ihr Orruuu Mallun. We did not think pumpkin nil valuable for feeding to bog iih we did to cAttle, but when tbey were plenty the hog hail sonic eery iln.t, for we eould not keep them late in the winter. We ne or cioUi'd tlimii unless to throw In a few when boiling small iioiotot'H or otber roots fur tbe bog, mi we thought liiriu too watery when boiled, ami they reined to bo relUhod better w hen gheu , UV notice In u bulletin tent out raw-by the. Oregon Kxpcrimeut station that they tested jiumpkliiK for hogs weighing HO to 2W ikiiiiuIh cm-l- i for four jwriods of H dujs ench. The pumpkliu were cooked with shorts. J'or the first two week It took 15.45 .mjuihI of pumpkins uud 2.13 poumU of fchiirih to make u pound of gain. The next two week it took H.'Ja poundii of jiiiinjikliiit uud 1.3 M)iiuiU of hhortH. In the third period H.3t pouudu of the pumpkin nnd .711 poundu shorth, nnd for the but two weckn 14. 10 jiouudbo' ptimpkliiH and 2.1 pound of hhorU. The avciuge gain for each hog diirini; tin whole time wax about pounds jur duy, nnd eouutlng jiumpklim at J.iO a tun mid Khorth at $12 the cunt per pound of gain won oenl. TliU may bate been cheap oiiough, but wc think It wink! bavr Wiui made cheaper upon row pumpkin, mid by iihlng a little, more or jicrluipH a mixture of equal paru of corn meal ami shorts. Aflcr a hog weigh 200 pound k alive wc are not afraid to ghcldniiiH much corn-inran he will eat until we got him fat enough to kill. Tiiey tried to IncreaKc the amount of pumpkin and reduce the amount of hhortM, but the plgK objected, and, im will be jireii above, they had to Increase tht projiorllon of Hliortu. We never teMod puuipkliiK for sheep feeding, lint have jio doubt tbey would We never rework excellently well. moved the M'cd when feeding them, mid never nw that they were doing any .injury to either cattle or hog. American Cultivator. 1 1 you want to fatten poultry or warm them in cold weather, or when a hen 1 poor, nnd on that account uol laying, and needs a richer food, corn Is excel lent, but should not be given nlmost exclusively, especially when fowls are confined. It It not tlilllcult to incur a serious loss, where a good number of fowls are kept, by injudicious feeding. All kinds should have a sufllciency of food without bclngoverfed. If thcblrds are kept In a state of the hens lay but few eggs, nnd those Intended for killing become so nttenu ntrd that a very considerable outlay it necessary before they can be brought Into proper condition for the table, and will lack tenderness nnd dellcncy. To feed too liberally Is wasteful, and In the of In j lug hens decidedly objectionable; for a hen when It becomes very at censes to produce up to the average, and Is siibjirt to various aliments. Full, grown fowls should hnve just as much as they will readily eat nnd no more, llnrley, either In whole or In ground state, is fairly economical uud either alone or in combination with othej food. Ont nnd onttnrnl are of cspc clnl value for fattening for the table. Pieces of bread and vegetables of all kinds may be utlllred, and scraps ot meat chopped up rather small arc ol great value In fcodlnz fowls shut un In small jnrds where tiny are unable to obtolu worms and Insects. I'otntoen boiled and mixed up with a sutllcfent quantity of coarrc bum, when scalded to form rather a stiff paste, are useful ror helping out the corn. Form and FJrrsIdc. teml-stnrvatlo- n e The New Explosive. Thorite, the new cxploilve. liss been itself by paining through a 4 Itlrda In Cmilliirruetil JVred nifTrreal New oilona Thnt Are Popular liarveyizcd steel plate. If its mcecii inch conllntltma friim 'Dinar Having si with the t,mlles Til la tinues, ft will innkc as great a record for It 1'reo AVooillnxl Hun. elf in the military world as lloitctter's I'ull. Stomach Hitters has In the medical world. So far nothing has npnenred which can Poultry In confinement must be fed Lonff coats reaching to the knees, equal thu wonderful medicine in its peedy differently from those which have a with lurgc hoods, are mude of satin and and permanent mattery of all diseases of the free run of graft or woodlund, In which trimmed with stitched bunds of cloth itomsch, liver or kidneys. It's a good remlatter they revel, hunting over all the in patterns. They make beautiful edy to try when everything elie has failed. leaven, and crutelilng' nwny, around wrap for elderly women. A long cirMailer of and under old logs for their favorite cular wrap of black cloth is outlined "How mourning gowns be grubs and bugs. Jf you have not mnili with a fold of white silk braid, and has worn by long should 22?" was the question a widow of It n butlncft to wntch your chicks and i simulnted yoke made of rowB of fold- that tame subbing through the mails. Now ft char.enl to be the snorting editor's day hens ci refully, you do not rehlU'; what ed braid stitched closely together. off, and the religion editor, therefore, was u large amount of gnus and green food Some of the sleeves to the gowns with attending to the Side Talks with onus I the J will eat In a dny when It at hand the sheathed skirtL i.ie so snug' that Persons "There is no hard and fait rule, and when they hnve not been overfed they button from the wrist nearly to wrote the religious editor, confidently, "but they ought to come dow n to the boot topi, at with grain or temps. Fowls need the elbow. Uast." This incident illustrates the eonrtvu food or something that give Wine color In much talked of for fall awkward mm of a newspaper standing hullcnswcllatuutrimcut. Kven though and winter use. With the velvet hats, as a bulwark of morals to the excluiion of you feed the confined birds the name birds or flow ere of a peculiar light everything else. Detroit Journal. identical food thej obtained for them-clu'- s. shnde of red are seen. Occasionally a Now nveryhoily Cnn Hide. en a good run It would not be dark felt hat nppears If you have any doubt about it be Hire the nnie, an they cannot select for trimmed with velvet of the same shade, to read the advertisement of the John M. theniftelvcs and they would Mill lack and the wine color appears an trimming Smyth Co., Chicago, in tliU paper, in which Top llupgy the exercUe o necesunry for their for some of tle outing, hats. The big they prupoie to sell a S31.0.1. it is health, nnd, therefore, Jn confinement and broad turbans of fur and feathers for the firm How they dolargest ainpuzslc, but is one of the the counas the same food would be too much for brc much seen, and arc large and solid try and of the highlit standing, that's their them. This is why succckHful raisers looking, The fur or the feathers go matter, lietter find the advertisement now, of poultry in confinement always throw trouiid the sides, the middle being ol while you think of it, and read it through carefully. Mammoth firm the grain to their fowls In straw, thus velvet. Whole birds nro seen on these Catalogue, Thewhich Issues a "everything In is listed compelling them to work for it. Exer hats, and n gorgeous parrot makes n to cat, wear and use at lowest wholesale cise, Is necessary for their health, but conspicuous toque. Some English girls prices. If the food It composed more of ni are wearing becoming hots of pale trogenous elements and less of the car- blue felt, which set oil their "Hoot!" cried IttheOrlKln. and anon. owl ever bonaceous (especially of the oils nnd bright complexions delightfully, as The fowls of the air and the beasts of the fats) tiierc would not be so many dis- they are Intensified with black field stirred uneasily in their sleep and mutrates to confront. There ore people trimmings. A ha,t made for an tered maledictions.so angry?" asked the owlet who pamper their chickens, both old American ha the rim of black velvet, at "Why are they last. and young. Corn is useful In the poul- soft, pale blue felt crown, striped with "They arc envious, my child," replied the try husliicss, as lard or bacon is in the bliu.-- velvet and a black bird at the owl, "of my Scotch dialect. Hoot, liootl" Detroit Journal. kitchen, but not a regular diet. If side. FEEDING IN YARDS. FASHION'S MIRROR, dlittn-BuliLl- by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kuatachinn Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have n rumbling nenfnesn Cannot Be Cared now Mrs. Pinkham HELPED MRS. Q0ODEN. LITTER TO MRS. riNXIIAU NO. sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed deafness is the result, nnd unless the inflammation can be taken out nnd this tube restored to its normal con dltion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases of of ten ore caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollnrs for nny case of Deafness (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, tree. F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Fills are the best. I2.7JJ grateful to you for your kindness and tho Interest you havn taken In mc, and truly believe your medicines and ndvico nro worth moro to a woman than nil tho doctors in tho world. For years I had fcmalo troubles "I nm very otca-vion- wlne-colorc- d high-grad- e nnd did nothing for them. Of courso I became no better and flnnlly broko My troubles began down entirely. with inflammation and hemorrhages from the kidneys then inflammation, congestion and falling of tho womb tniinuvalile. and inflammation of ovaries. Lawyer Do you swear the collision raised " I underwent local treatment every the entire car? Witness Well, It raited everything but day for some time; then after nearly two months the doctor gave mo pcrnils-elo-n the windows. Judge. to go back to work. I went bock, Tlio Ural fur Chllla but in less than a week was comand Fever h a bottlo of Giiove's Tabtklem pelled to give up and go to bed. On Ciiii.i, Ionic. Itis simply Iron and qululncln utitstelessform. Nocuro nnpuy. rrlce,50c breaking down the feccond time, I decided to let doctors and their rncdicino Knch i Hla Craft. alone and try .your remedica Bcforo Plumber So long; I'm off to lay a pipe. tho first bottlo was gone 1 felt tbe ef; I'm oil to pipe a fects of it. Three bottles of Lydia E. i'oct well, lay. Syracuse Herald. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound and a To C'nro a. Cold In One Day package of her Sanative Wash did mo 1'akc Laxatlvo Dronio Oulnluo Tablets. All druggists refund moncylf It falls to cure. 23c. more good than all the doctors' treatments and medicine. "Tho first remark thnt greets mo A thoroughgoing egotist is usually devoid of the sense of humor. Chicago Daily now Is 'IIow much bcttcryou look!' and News. you may bo sure I never hesitate to tell For Whoonins Couch. T'iso's Cure Is a tho cause of my health." Mno, E. J. l,rc-.crlilln-- gooa-by- successful remedy. M. P. Dieter, C7 Throop Ave., Ilrooklyn, N. Y., Nov. H, 'W. GOODEN, ACKLEY, lA. Don't put in too much time standing on dignity or riding a hobby. Chicago Daily !Ncws. PROFIT IN SQUABS. A Kfir .Hiiiriieallttit from it l.nily lliia Mmle llir llrrrilliiir of I'lurona n Sueera. I Vh l'i -.0 al have been raising squabs for foui years, but only recently have ventured on a larger scale. Have 173 pairs of birds, common and mixed vn rletles, writcH Mrs. A. .(.Smith. My plan is to make each pair of birds take n certain box; for instance, If the birds seem to prefer a high box, glvolt to them; if a low one, choose one nearer tbe iloor; one can always judge by their actions. All the empty boxes must be kept closed. It Is surprising how quickly they will learn their own boxes. nnd once settled the. mole bird defirs all intrusion. Ity so doing you learn an your tnrus ny sight, nnd If there nro odd or strayed ones In the Hock, uieymay lie removed. At night itis best to look them over. I hnve fed little besides corn and wheat, with a box of ovster 1ip1! ml grit. To avoid disease, clean the boxes iroin which the squabs have been taken to kill, and senmc the floors once a week or every two weeks. K'eep lime ami carooile acid scattered about profusely and the disease will uinn depart. This must be done frequently or five nlr-slnek- constant Attention are tho only wny to success.--tanner- uiu ycr rounii, as perseverance and s Voice. WARM POULTRY HOUSE. AMtiotmh Until on n .Northern Slops lir Unr Here tllimtrntetl la Hen- - annnlily Comfortable. meK of green bones at leant twice ft week will nlwuyn prove beneficial, as they provide lime for tin; hhclln and ervo iih a change. Home do not believe in feeding grain at all In the btimmcr ftCiiMiii, preferring to allow the liens to work. A pound of green bone cut with n bone cutter, twice or three times a week, given to a dozen hens at night in better than feeding grain, an the Iiciir nearly alvvayii come up with full crops when they arc on the range. When in coullncment In late full or winter the green bone will cputimie to be of Farm and Fireside. nthlfttance. A vul-tuab- lc lirrrn llnnm (or the lima. 'flie cut shows an attempt at making tho best of circumstances. The poultry house must face the south or the southeast, while the ground where the house should r.tand slopes toward the north. The floor was dug level into i WlntrrliiK llreeillnir llura. The brood tow or the male hog can be kept very well through the whiter ut Hiuall expeiike. They will keep fat enough for breeding purpose, on a little bran mash with a few raw roots and a handful of clover euch du3. Uusally they ore very fond of raw Lects iiikI turnlpu, anil they seem to do better ou them than on cooked rootH. The lattci are too watery, and need some whole corn to go with them, JiiHteud of u bran Cultivator. iuuii or ilou,-Attjcrl- WAItM HOUSE ON NOllTHERN KLOPE. the bank and a foundation vvsll was nut lii nc shown, the ton coming un to v r" successive levels to accommodate Itself In I lie rUliiL' irround. A drain Is lnld along bencnL the wall to carry off the water coming uown ine nui. a cemeni fliinr Is hild the whole leni'lli niul n large window Is insertcn in the south cud. Such a building will prove very warm In winter, even tho.igli built as and it Ik upon a northern slop 'reside. " ''M DellBhtfully Frmlnlne. Tiny little cut steel or other fancy buckles nro among the touches which fntW I don't understand you at all. differentiate In neckwear, In which You are constantly praising Mus Whirly now, and you lived to insist that you couldIhcte Is so lit tie change that It can hard- n't bur her. Daughter Hut I didn't know then, mamly be mentioned. There are the same high stocks pointed Indifferent ways as ma, that she wji jealou of me. It Is just too seet of her. Detroit Free I'reis. heretofore, and occasionally one sees the highness at the back cut in square Modern Mrlrnev. nstead of in points. "fleiro has rendered man Inestimable Hound handkerchiefs embroidered serv'ce," remarked the observer of men and "and also, since it with your favorite flower is the latest tainfi, her to woman her husband's has enletters abled open fad. uritbout a rer knowing it." Detroit JourItlnck velvet embroidered in oriental nal. dcilgns with gold braid and colored Vans Are So Clerer. silks Is used effectively for j'oke and "Is it bird to propose to a girl ?" asked the e vest for no Imported govvu of nowee la affairs of the heart. red cloth. "Sometimes it's a good deal harder not to The back in many a cloth bodice is propose," returned the man ot worldly experience, thoughtfully. "It's always well to made quite plain without any seam. be on )our guard." Chicago Post. Is For practical autumn uses there Ihanlociv ii.' llo.lrf.ijr., 18'JU now a great demand for fabric gloves of Greatly reduced rates via the C. II. f D. sued f 'finished cashmere in black, drk Railroad. Tiekwts Fold on gray, and all the varying shades cf tan nnd DO, limited to December November 39 1, for return. and russet. The stitching is in tiny Ask your nearest C. H. & D. ngent for full e particulars regarding timo of trains and mousque-tairillk points. t venliigglovcs hnve backs stitched rates. In their own color, contrasts being Nreilleaa Adjectives. avoided. Dogskin gants in gray or Little Willie "Say, pa, what's a redundreddish brown, stitched In a darker ancy of expression? hade of silk, nnd fastened with four to I'a L'sing more wortis man arc necessary express one'a meaning, such as "wealthy large buttons, are still used for trav- iceman," "wealthy plumber," etc. Chicago Four-butteling and shopping. Evening News. black suede gloves nre fancy stitched in When a man says he wants work, he does white, but the best make have the linger no. nlwavs mean that he Is willing to do the seams stltv bed In blnck. is capable of doing, at the market Many toques nnd t'urbnnj- nre devel- (jprk heAtchison Globe. oped In doth to match the gown. The Spanish turban Is much He (srdeotly) I am heels over head in She (the cruel coouctte) love with you. In evidence, the cloth, as a tulc, matching the gown, though thej-- are found "How uu fully upset you must be! Town Toiiics. in tan and gray, both felt and broadcloth. It is n matter of wonder that nobody ever The fashionable bonnet shapn are rxcused his tardiness by claiming that the smaller than tbey have been for several un rote too late. ledger Monthly. icasons, and the prospect Is that they A millionaire's daughter is taken at her vi be more generally worn than ha par value. Klliott's Magaziue. been the ense for some time. Some of them have very pretty well defined THE MARKETS. rrowns nnd decided wldenessaerosthe ClCI..VATt. S'jv. T. front. The dlrectolre bonnets, which L1VKSTOC1C a Ki Cattlccommuu. are revived this season, are suitable for 4 73 - butcher irooU llifiit.. 6 ftj ' 7 a Kulr lo women of all ages, with their wide, CAI.VK.- Cojr-HO(l 3 IJ & 3 ? nnd heay flaring brims very much upturned In S Hi Mixed packers ft 4 10 3 in l.lzht htilpix-rVII front. SHKKI'-t'ho3 TS ',t 3 W Crowns of velvet and felt hats are evllg e 5 to 2 31 (.. 3 C idently to be taller than we have had KI.OL'It Vrinterpiteui TOM 5 rod...... them for many a long day. Louis No. 3rM..... nu forr. N'a .' inlioJ it U hats of velvet with rather broad, Oats-- No S W Imp brims and sugar loaf crowns nre c: hi. IttfNo. 12 21 HAY I'rlinn popular and the velvet on the crown Is l'IfOVl!lONS-M- lo choice pork t 10 oj H Dften puckered In close-se- t perpendici..r.i it. o (U II O 10 ular lucks and decorated with two full HU f?TKH- -t holcc dairy nil MW V. long plumes fastened by handsome AI'I'LKS Cnnico to iiincy.l! lit. 2 10 fOTATOKs 130 ii, 4J Per brl orooch a trifle to the left. Another CIIICAUO. nodlsh form has Its brim bent to a PLOUIl Winter ntent 3 J5 C. 3 f5 loop in front, the tall crown belted with UHA1N Wheut No SrcU R) W. u No 3 Chicago hiring four narrow velv ct folds, and at the base BiM' 0' 3lU& : COUK Nu.s jf the two plumes n knot of velvet, with OA. No.-23 O 21 POItlC-t Komnn buckle of jewels is fastened.--(SostTW 6 10 tt 5 25 Iludgct. NEW YOKlv. How In rrralu-- ClilfTiin. FLOUK Winter patent. 3 OJ ft 3 83 (ft. rctt Chiffon can lie made to look like new WHKAT-N74i 40u Dy being enrefully steamed, but It must tVK (2 t (KH Bret be very evenly pinned upon a box OAT Mixed ft 9 i1 1'OItlC 9 25 ft W ,. il.strii I,AUD New mesa, lid. length bv leni'lli. tn r,.t 5 to Western result. It takes time to phi and unpin llAIVTIMOHR. Family 3 25 O 3 to ignln, but unless this Is done the edge uuai.n Wheat Na 8 red 6S ki (W vlll be wuvy nnd uneven. If It is to t Ol)j hoti.nern... Corn Mixed In a way that the edge will net 3ig ST'.St 30 Oats Na 5 white 3t ihnw, then a quicker method to nccom Hvt No. 2 veieru M b 25 4 Vi II ty plP.h the result Is to bold it stretched CATTLK-Flrst- qu 4 b5 w 5 uo .ightly between the hands. Crepe u HOUb Western lNDIANAt'OMS. .ven more satisfactory when renovated GUAIN-Wh- cst C? No. 2 ryd.... n thin manner, the steam giving it the S3 Corn Na 2 mixed 4r. Outs Na 2 mixed 2IJ4 itlffnesB of new material, and also tk-v- r i.oi;isvii.i.k. out oJl the dirt and dust. A veil FLOUR Winter natent 3ti C5 3 !B .'arefully done in this way wilt leave UltAlN Wheat- - No Sred 71 ii'lil.-H-; to be desired. X. Y. Corn Mixed 3)' V.Vj , Ouh Mixed POItIC Mean (i 0 00 A &lhui. SiJttiv.tt!. l,AUD Mcam ,.,,, C25 b 50 Sponge sandwich or roll is made n follows, and If baked in a very hot oven it will be delightfully light: Take a tcncupful of flour, the same quantity of .aster sugar, a pinch of salt and a .enspoonful of baking powder. Miv these well In a baoln. Hrenk an egg nto a teacup, nnd if satisfied thnt it is Iresh ndd It to the flour and other Ingredients. Do the same with another ?gg, not benting it until added to the ilour. Heat all for live minutes, spread 3n flat tins to the thickness of half an inch, and bake N. Y. World. a PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast to sunlight, washing and rubbing. Sold by all druggists. en Days. A vacant expression Dr.Bnll'i gyiuu ; "To Rent." Gold- ino DtaI' re""1, ror AA11JMU Consumption. Cures LvOtJlrf Ii O . M Tk Coughs, ColdSjQrippet, .Mroncnius, Whoopingi neM Asthma, tioarao- cough, Croup. Smalt dosts quick, sure results. Vr.EuirtlKlscurc CbHilipalun. Trial, loorse. lOc. DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use "5 DROPS" for A. SSo BAMFLB BOTTLE FOR RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY DISEASE -:'' :- m m ii old-ros- Eight-butto- n , or Swasson Rhrcmatic Curb Co.i When I wrote you for n sample bottlo of "3 DROPS" tay wife was sulferlng terribly from Rheumatism and waa very discouraged, as I had tried evcry- thlnj tbe doctors prescribed, even sending her to PJch6eld Springs, etc My doctor Is very much surprised at the projrresa my wife Is niaWinc. and he Is so well that she refused to keep her seamstress and is now doing her own tewing. The doctors Insist on her tokins "5 Drops" and assure her that it is now only a matter of a few days and she will be entirely cured, ami as we are rery well known here, the "5 DROPS" Is receiving considerable attenOct. 13, 187). tion and praise. P. E. TRICK, Jersey City, N. J. Swakson Rsiecmatic Ccre Co.: I suffered terribly with II dney and after using less than two bottles of "5 DROPS" Trouble for lam now entirely well and I give "5 DROPS" the praise for my cure. I could not find anything that would give me the slightest relief until I tried this remedy, and recommend It to everybody as a permanent cure (TRADE MARK) for Kidney Disease. MARY A. CARBAUGlt, Black Cap, Pa. Aug. 22,'W. I, tht inwt pcerfal ipeclne known. Free from orlalesantf rrfectlyriarmles. atmoit instantaneous nllrf, and Is a ;iltlvo cure for JtlicumatUm, It Neuralgia, Drapcpala, MnrUnche, Asthma, Hay Fever, Cuturrh, I unpin-- , Hrlutlcn. Croup, NlrrplrsaneM, Kcrvmianesa. .Nrrvoua unit Xeurulilo Itcailiirlira, Kunvclie, Tooth-aekHeart AVakacaa, Ilropay, Malaria. Creeping Xumbncaa, etc., etc a S.1o amp! bottle. a trial, we anrrcren to bItb Dltors" ff A O to enablelir mall, for 10 eta."S A tamile at leattwill conrlni-- will tend Alio, luryo bottlci (XW you. bottle OU prepaid Sold by ui and ajent. SGSXTS H1JTKD I. Htm TtrrlUrj. ttElTK Is It 00, t bottles -for Ii. HVA.SO.- KIIEUMATIC CUKE CO., 10O lo 161 I,ntoS( CHICAGO, 1 1,1 "5 DROPS" do) w X Blt e, nr UAT9 V a - lite. i cloth-covere- d ' ' BBBBBBBBBHHSSSBBUaBBSjBBBfcBBnaVVSF3Brlc.UA.' n v3IVBaaW 'l .J A ready-mnd- e 1 1 method by which J. C. Hubinpcr is introducing1 his latest invention, "Red Cross" and " Hubinccr's Best" starch. She says: With your Endlcsa Chain St inch Book, I received from my grocer one large package of "Red Cross" atnrcli, one large package of "Hubingcr's Best" starch, and two beautiful Shakcspetiro panels, all for Sc. How far my dollar will go, I am unable to figure out. Ask your grocer tor this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. Strctch-nOIIAR STRFTrHFR Onclady writes that the greatest "Dollar orjpjnai t,,c new anil cvcr found er shcha8 0O?C00O4OOwsC4C'0 WakrSEK ml itrn ct o n . ke. LAMIK-Siiri- 1 JfMMCrTK VOOwHTI Ji MAILORDERrl MOUSE sal BaPHKU MB W ToO lMMlaR to I66N. ST) mnm IIH 9 (ffWEST MADISON UHAlN-Wheat-- No. Phil-pp- c Ok) CHICAGO ! ! S25.00 High Grid. SAVED TO THE PURCHASER OF THIS Top Buggy $34.95 I $ T OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE OF ONLY We offer thin btiCRy at nrtnal factory wholeialo nrieo, tlio equal of which is frequently sold by tlio dealers at not less than fcO.CO. so that tlicy who buy direct from us savo fully . buee-fZ't.W and get h Wo Kiro you cither piano or Corniug stylo body, ontl r springs or Brewster sprlnKS, narrow orwido track. W, ? or 1 Inch tiro, nil wool cloth or cenuino leather trim, and furnish tho buggy complete with oxtrn heavy top, brusseli curpeu storm apron, boot, nickel roll, shafts, dash etc. Paiutlnph perfect and equal lo $75.00 buffKy saiL- -s Jpainting. Wheels uroSarveu patent, warranted second growth hickory. Wo are bound to males this bugcy so perfect that it will sell many mora fcr tn. Only limited number will bo sold ot our special prlco of SJ1.W. Wo will slilpC. O. D. anrwbora in ths United States oastot tha Rocky mountains on receipt ot only $a.oo as OTldenco of good faith. 1 .' m PS $34.95 r on Me I,AKU-Slc- jui t2l nMo-ba- n o.8 COUN-No.2m- lxed (nil-rubb- I , ll S3 & 3.50 SHOES Worth $4 to $6 compared wnn otner mases. Intlompd by nror 1,000,000 wearers te'St: 77e rrriiiidiit have W. L tjJSj Io. W. L. DOUGLAS ,y.0asWCaC&-&m which it listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to eat wear and use.is (urnisb on reeoipt of only 105 to partly pay posiogo Of esprubsuc anu aajiviucnii; C KOOU laim SIIU IU7 giiwncu un iiai 'nurehasd amounting toii 199 or above. $ X niis unHiHiv r.cn.-ra- v tieice. list raitr.lfl q v ? 3. JV& -- U," DON'T sftf Re t Make your biscuit dough the night Before. In the morning, mold them and ny In the center of eae'i b'scult a piece )t sausage the size or u walnut. Cover thoroughly with the lough, set them to rise for half an houri'i n wnrm place, Tor v Snuanitr niaciitt. 'hen buke 20 minutes. The proportions the dough are: pint of milk, hull t enspoonful cf salt, nud flour to mi uft- .- JlorucwJie. your eyesP Bad taste In yourmouth ? It'c your liver I Ayer's Pills are nver puis, iney cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 25c. All druggists. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE P tlu . ISJ DousUi' name and price! ttampra on ootioni. lasc . "iar 1 ,no auuuuuu cuimea to o t 2lj-lis good. tour deUr. iinouia Keen intra u not. we will end a Mir - 1H-' ion recelnt ol mice, state Sk. 1 IklniJ nl ..In.. al.A IIami arlll. n l9 AaaaTI ab n , .. It raialnvn W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Drocktsn. Una. YOUR OWN ESTABLISH A HOME OF Wi a J til-t- i )oet vour head ache ? Pain back of CARTERSINK auiuof DrKllne'a OreatNerTO llcatorrr. mi trial bottlo and trcatlio . Ooutnt-aautlurnrsina- r Read "The Corn Belt," a h.imlsonic monthly paper, beautifully ill jstratetl, containing exact and truthful information about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pietuic" if their homes, barns nnd stock. Interesting nnd instructive. Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "Tiiu Corn lteLT," 209 Adams PIXO rrmnnenlly I cuifis mIhc Cured. No BlaornerT-r- l 1'a. Su Chicago. A.d.K Irve. HK.H.11.KI.1.NK.1.U..U31 ArcbSt-.Thlla- SOLDIERS tcritl .BMMaMWHaaMa aaMakaaawaiaajaBaaai Want your moustache or beard a txauulul brown or rich black? Then us tf Urs : J, jgftifri'iriiaiwtf& as B Good. Cough a Boat In time.tif rup. by druggists. 3 'J'aau-s wi uUTaiis."Cso aiu t han 1 0 O ucira liclun- J un v. bTkisxb j. eu., all m. hi,, le K.- -R rlshta boiiulil. Ityimcu. it. Mil, in liu lu Homootoad Bold la i"i jgl M..t.ij. t. 1786 x t. A. N. wm:x wniTi.vo ,m 'to plrn-- e ,uv aliito Unit I..I- went lu M.a-V'- Aitvy.n-viur.i'.- llio AVtui-- B1ttfflfflWsiaauwissMa Building - - - i LUM- - Council Irotuvillnut. Uickhn, Kr., Not. 0th. 1609. Orgauiictl Plundering. No ltight to Whip. Material, J M ROUGH AND DRESSED ,BEH, Doors and Windows, Shingles i&o Linio and Cement, Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oik, ete. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FUKMSMEI). PEED STUFFS J Hay, Outi, Corn, Bran, etc., etc Council met In regular session. Pre ent, Mayor Dillon, Councllmen UHItou, Cowgill, Wenrn and inoiupon. The minute of tbe lust meeting were re ml, approved niul signed The following account were presented, properly approved, which, on motion, were allowed and checks ordered issued for the amouuls: i'2'2 00 John Klnswood, work on streets, 3 85 II. N. Cowgill, for brick, VT. L. MoCutcben, paid street pay 97 40 roll for 6 weeks, On motion, the following checks were ordered issued: Farmers & Merchants Dank for er. ror in Slate Hoard astessmeut, $1,80 II. N Cowgill. City Assessor, asCO 00 sessment made in 1899. On molion, Vicie Hammock was releas-e- d from payment of poll lax on her late husband, Alf. Hammock. The Sunt, of Water and Light plant pre settled his report for mouth of October, as follows: To unless arllficiully produced, for the hills are full of coal. There bus been no Increase in wages to justify the advance. It seems to be an instance of organized plun dering. Philadelphia Record. 'aV The soft coal combination in Western Pennsylvania was no sooner nrgaized than it advanced There is no senrcity nf bituminous coal. Scarcity Ib impos-sibl- n Til HUH was n heavy fall of snow parts of Kentucky Friday, intermixed with cold, drizzling rains. The enrlh being wnriii, It melted as fast as It fell. in all Tho Supremo court of Tennessee, last week decided that no workhouse, city county or State prison keeper line a legal right to The whip a prisoner therein. court sustained n judgment for $000 returned by a lower court againgt the keeper of tho Knox county workhouse for whipping a colored woman who was unruly. The decision leaves tbe prison-keepinat the mercy of tho pris oners, except that they may routine tbetn to dungeons and feed them on bread and water. Every prisoner who has been whipped for the past year may sue and g U KMAN "ANtlKAITtmr.HN WAGON CO.. UF TIIK CKIKHHATKII LPAWSFIIknn I! I lllraa -r-r-rt " atn'l collected ., bal. in treasury Oct. 1st, during October, $172 03 323.30 $500 9:1 Total, 341.07 lly ain't paid out during October, Hal, in treasury Nov. 1st, Tom MCKMl.V COLLKdE. Dillon, Jr $169 85 , Stipt. Norcnibpr Examination, lSt!. The City Marshal presented the following report fur mouth of October $08 60 Taxes collected, for which 1 hold Treurer's receipt Tom It will not bo n surprise to any ouo who are nt all fnmilinr with the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to know that people everywhere tnko pleasure hi relutiug their experience In tho use- of that meditoll - nf Mm )w.nnttl Mint? cine ntld have received from it, of bud colds ft has cured, of threatened nttneks of pneumonia it has averted nud of tho children It has saved from nttneks of croup nud whooping cough. It m a grand, good medicine. For salo by Cow gill & Cowgill, Hickmnn, and A. M. Snnw, Stato Line, Druggists. 111 111 recover damages. Jamkh J. Jeffkikb was award- .the decision over Tom Sharkey Friday night after twenty-throunds of brutal plugging nt tho Coney Island Oiubhouse. Ten jthonBHtid people the , fight and went wild over the spectacle of two human bulldogs, with blood streaming from their bat-- ' tered faces, pounding each other savagely all over the ring. I ! wlti-ccae- - Ixedferd & Rogers r WANT TO SELL YOU V The following list gives the best six in each prude. Third Grade Pauline Beckinnn, Harold DeBow, Lillian Choat, Lizzie Co- rum, Margunto Fuqna. Ida btaur. Fourth Grado -- Victoria Stahr, Emma Luusford, Lily Hubbard. Corrinuo Smith, Lida Moore, Fannie Kearby. Fifth Grade Ruby Fluuimlug, Victoria Nelson, Doua Hunt, Cowgill Rogers, Etho Bruer, Ruth Ellison. Sixth Grade, Sec. A. Bettie DeBow, Imogeno Moore. Alex. Adam?, Ella Bnshart, Addio Murrel, Pearl King. Sixth Grade, Seo B. Vcrnie Hubbard, Lucilo Bomlurant, Dave Corum, Emily Odell, Bertha Schnpbach, John Meacbam. Seventh Grade Frank Watson. Hat tic Klstuer, May Hetley, Willie Barns, Carlisle Rice, Goalder Johnson. Eighth Grade Bnfle Brntr, Jamie Cheek, Josie Wiley, Arthur Flouuning, Thella Hubliard. Maybollo Fuijua. Dillon, Jb., ACCOUNT. C. M City Treasurer presented the lowing report for mouth of October: The OKNF.RAL FUND fol- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KMTAIIUIH.IIJSO mm to II. V GROCERIES. Fresti Meats, Hardware, Hay, Oats, 1 lH&rj, Dal. per last repuit, Am'l ree'd of W L. McCutchen, " ' of F. & M. Bank, " of Tom Dillon, jr., ' $818 08 37.60 100 90 08.60 TOM DILLON. ( Sue St., Prop'r, IUm(, dre'd,) Queensware, 1 llr 1UI. $1 026 68 47G09 checks, &c. paid in October, Marble and Granite Monuments ran, Lime, to credit WATKR of this account. LIOIIT AfttoUNT M. $548 S9 AND ths j Ul report, Ain't reo'd from F. & Hal. per By lUnk, - 1.2S4 38 100 90 1, 385 2B NT?''' m Q TT IR, 33 STONE W OltK of nil Kinds, I HON FENCING, &c.,&n I IfcT 3-- , and Cement. PRICES WILL PLEASE r YOU"- - Eiokman, Ky. Bring Your Job Work to This Office ca.h paid on checks, etc., 945 61) Bat. to credit of this account, COLLFOIC BOSK ACCOOST $139 7s 1 Bsl per Sept. report. By 130 M) bonds and inttrei paid, SIS 111 IUI. to credit of tliU account, $201 TO CITT HALL ACCOUNT Powell, Max PowFirst Year Park $29 8!) ell, Clarenco Bondurant, Ida Solin'mch, Bal per Sept. rrinrt. X7 70 BecM of W L McCuichen, Harrv Prather, Jack MeD.tniel. Hetley, Holy Second Year jtl CD Amber, Curtis Hubbard, Thos. Pm til- By 37 70' checks nml internt paid. er. Pearl Wiseman, Nettie Bee Icinuu DeBow, Leon Tliinl Year Arch 'J'.l fc9 Btl. to credit of thi. nceoiint, Emith, ora Brown, Nina Glenn, Kate (!. Joiisso.n, C 1". Held On iiiotlon, Ihe forejtolmj ri'pori( were ' Respectfully, receied, ordered spread upon the records J. c CunKir, Prin. :iud filed. f VV man school. r. On motion, Mrs. Jennie McClure is hereby notified to open up the nttey the bss enclosed between her lots nd Jf.k UHy's lots In Ivut Hickman iriilnu ten Not since Great Britiiin'rt war days from Ibis date. On motion, appointed A. on ber colonies in tltia country Holmes, II. C. the Mayorsnd John Welh-rl-Cy lleckmnn a Board of Equalization, whose duty lmrt there boon flo nul minding n it Is to the record of the Biicuesn in war ot cember meet on yetr first 10Monday In Deof each o'clock In Ihe at the weuker ngaiiiHl the stronger forenoon, and continue in reslon from AmericatiH are proud to day to day until all the returns of the force. believe that the "unconquerable-uess- " Assessor have been rectified Tho City Clerk reported that the folof their Kevolutionary aires lowing checks bad bepn was due tu that upirit ot liborty the Mayor and Finance issued by order of Committee since which dictated death rather than last meeting of the Council. tyranny. The Boers A. A Faris. for strest worn, submission to 10 in n claim that they tire uphold by llio Co, for balance on purop, 915 50 Batue spirit. It must be confesH-eCu oi J. W. Cowgill, for grite!, that they are making much the On motion, tbe same was approved by same record aa did the Ameri- the Council. cans in '7G. Is history about to Tho Supt. of Street work reported acrepeal itself with the people counts against tlu following persons for of South Africa to aland as per- material and labor in pulling down Wni Schubicli, $3 45; Trustees manent proof of the repetition t M. E Church, Mrs course the thought is to be of On motion, the. 14.71; Clerk lUmugefi.'U Of City was directed scarcely entertained that uuylliing to collect amount of above accounts and city treasury cau result except the ultimate tri- pay same into thepreamble and resolution Tbs following umph of the English. Their reg was presented by Councilman Cowgill, ular and affiliated army Is set nnd wag unanimously adopted:Councilman, "Whereas, Our associate down at 600,000, and the t ruined Mr. C. F. Hoen, died on the 10th day oi English Boor War. Used in Million of Domes 1 Accept no substitute 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. Gold Collar Button. Mailed frc for 5 Hon heads cut Iran Lloa sump. Made Code wrappers and of rolled raid and with back; suitable alike for ladlti and gentlemen. Tbti shape Is handy and popular. nt tnoUivr-of-pea- Best Coffee for the ffleney! Try LION COFFER and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Cotfe. rinntcl Clock. Alarm Clock. ZMM& . t ic sump. Krarno S. tly eiprtss, rfcnald, for I Id lion heads and a LMdlow-bunn-Uordo- d WP Is f I. I 'AT I Al1 v . at J & v- fiurxis 5 Inches Tilth. A Ome-krcp- Uautltully Bnlibul wllhcllt. side-walk- s; Daisy Neck-Pi- n. Hard-Eaareel Genuine and Oold. For 8 lion heads and lUmn. The Illustration Is only actual site. Color a delicate pink, with Jeatlsettlnc Best enamel finish, and trold trlmmlnKi. stylish and durable. 1 two-thir- a STRENGTH PURITY AND FLAVOR) ePiuatfoiiMJi tx StylUh Belt-Buckl- ff if t. W and pood Irautr for 00 Hon heads aad onlrrinr either clock. case lutno ymir nearrst P.Xnts OOlcc, U thera L uu csprvu uiiice HRauxi iu your USD. nl eiprcss, 5nt by stamp, prepaid, when e. Box of Colored Handsomely gold-platw- Crayons. Lad lea Scissors. force that they could throw into October last; we lUsoWe, lint in the death of Mr II quick service Is more than one the rily has lost an attire and efliclent million men. Germany, Uunoia ullicer, this community a good citizen, ami his family a devoted h unhand and father, and France want to help Hie Boer and that we express to his family our sym but they will not do it. Thev are palliy wlih tli tin In their bereavement, too much afraid of their own dy and thatofthis resolution bs 'spread on the our proceedings minutes it-- The Llon'a Bride." This will be " occasloni by welcomed for "drcsaod-uto wear different tbe ladles who like goes well colored sashes. The with any ot them. Cllrto lor 20 Uon p trold-flnli- h colored Jewel In the center. withlloman finish, and set srlth ruby mm of nice ouiiiiio pictures bound Into book form with sheets of A collection PortO lion heads and a 2c stamp. lino wax crayons, fllum dlftercni colors. accom- Mlltll Ith out- lino ulcturrs for coloring. Kacli craTouiswrappal witnstroneiAttr, to prurent breaklug. heed anil a lUap. Lencth, Arc Inches, suitable for cutting, trimming and grnrrsl household use, (llvrn for 12 lion Iwads and a 2c staasp. Ladies' Apron. qoallty lawn, with altercate rcrerlnit and tucks; broaI hem at bottom, and U neatly gathered at waist: a rcry aivcn(or20llon heads and a nt Made of good Child's Drawlnp; Book. Razor. nasties. PRESIDENT'S NEXT .MESSAGE. I'-- l The coming session of Congress will very definitely define the lines upon which the presidential flght will be conducted. The minority will force the administration fore es to display their baud and accept the issues, and the Prettident will bo required to take the initiative, as be must make recoinuieu dations to Congress. His message this jrear thus becomes of far greater importance than any doc ument Mr. McKinley has written None realize litis more than he, and it is no secret among his sup porters that the trip through the Northwest was' more to sound Dublio sentiment than otherwise. The President wauted to get close to the voters and note the reception which reference to such leading questions as the Philippines might receive. The popular expression of sentiment will guide bis band as he pens his message to Congress. Clinton Democrat: Postmaster Tom B. adles and sou, of Ful ton, were bound over in the sum of (200 each to appear at circuit court to answer for tiBaiuiltiii" and seriously hurting Mr K. A. Rob inson in a difficulty u few dajs Ths City Clerk reported that II. N. Cowgill, City Assessor, had returned to him the assessment book for 109. Mr 11. Buchanan mails a proposition to the Council that he would present to the city a nice fountain to be erected In the public square in front of the Post Office if Ihe Railroad and city would complete the work on snid square as begun, which proposition was accepted by ths city by a unanimous vote On molion, the Council adjourned. IV. L. McCUTCtte.v, C, 0. Attest, of the noted German artltt, Oatrlel Max. It Is founded on Chamlsso's poem, "Tho Lion's Bride." The story Is interesting, o and we send with each picture a folder, containing copy of the poem and telling all about it. SIxe, 15iM laches. band-soci- Matted free for 12 Hon heads csrt freas Lion Coffea wrappers and a stasap. An unusually fine picture, from the brush tiuuo jaicr superior and stylish article Size, 36x40 Inches. staap. -- Fruit Picture. na I IcaTes.Onthcio titsuo pages tho IfoOUl. child reti can trace tho pictures beneath, thus affording enjoyment, as well as Instruction to the hand and eye. 1 hose drawinir books and tho box of crayons go Ycry well together There ore six different kinds, and each drawing book requires 6 lion heads and a stamp. tho ZMte&m stamp. (liven for lion heads aad m razor, made ot A Kngllth steel, and extra flrtt-clahollow-groun- it but Rubber Dressing Comb. Tor 10 lion heads and a stsaip. Length, 7 inches, full size and weight. Mudu of genuine India rublr, finely finished. Appropriate for a ladies' or fur use In tbe household. drtse-lug-co- Dorothy and Her Friends." A bright, cheery picture. For 8 Itoa baada nd 2c aUatp. ing a little glrlplar-tn- g with ber chickens and her rabbit. The predominating colors are rich red and greens, else, 14x28 inches. For to lion bead anil stamp ws will nail u tloaad, dj f or hinging. A brisht, cbeerr picture, represent- Naval Box Kite. See it Fly cele- Jiuy your Carpets ii nd I Mattings at H. Buchanan's Closing Sale. ltcelfoot Lake Fishing Industry. All told 8Ue, 16x24 Inches. Otvta for 8 lion ataasp. heads aad a at 90-Fo- ot Clothes Line. nt IJot'lfoot Lakt' which ar4 operat-- j ed by hoidh fidO or GOO llbliermt'ii. 'I'u kin j,' into auoount (lie einplo, ' Hit- - Usli houaea here and al Union City, tlio drlvera of the witfotiH that tiring the flsli from the lake, the hotulkeener- - on tho lukfl and others at ItiiHi a (Iioiih-an- there aru 1G0O iintH in Given for 15 lion heads and WJB3UEBBB& Mado of stamp. closely braided cotton threads, strong, and will give tho best of satisfaction. Ireons aru Interested Tho brated box kite now so popular. Thirty inches long and comes safely folded, but can quickly bo spread tu lly. Every American boy wants one, and older also X7v 7, rl jkS?V r x.tJ!lv Game India." Similar to "Par-chulwhich has been played Iu eastern countries since before the dawn of history. Tho Illustration shows plan of the game, with usual counters, dloe s acand companying It. A game which people never tire of playing, uiven ror iu uon heada and a stasnp. dice-cup," j V&s7fc X&tiMrm ?v Mailed free (or 40 lion heads cut from stamp. Uon Coffee wrappers and a eH of d tho dtdiing indUHtry. persotiH derive a living Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something: else, too. Don't overlook it You nave bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists ! 1 from TUB ABOVE ARB ONLY A PEW OP THE LION COFFEB PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this paper I Don't salsa It I The graadest list of premiums ever ottered I You always know LION COFFEB by the wrapper. It Is a sealed pack. age, with tbe lion's head in (rout. It la absolutely pure If the package Is unbroken. LION COFFEB U reacted the day It leave the factory. IMPORTANT NOTICE. When writing for premiums send your letter In the same enretMM or package with Ihe lion heads. II more than IS lion heads are seat, youcaa ave postago by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer for Urge Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the TnK Tammany county liuket oarrled New York ooun'y by a plurality of 45,000 lnithe iiidiita-- j tioiiri are tuai tne uep.nisnouua tiiitdo HubHtantial aitiH in WOOLSON SPICE OO., Tohth, Ohl. the'Stato )3aw4lstiBifiSlsSatailiaSsS oqtsidu of New'York city. r mnmmminmm't -- 'janHtfcamwimSiaL'ggg .;diWL:..lkMkti & W.'..irit - '. t&gLt .