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The newspapers prlut daily ac counts of tbe war in tbe Philip, pines, but it cannot be said that our people feel any exciting inter-ea- t in tbe progress of tbe war. We suppose the reaseu or this is because tbe Filipinos are not suffformidable to cause any s, tnm???mnmttmnmmmmimmmmmmmmmnHnm Some Special VALUES in 2U' 1 y, Ladies .. w and CAPES, General Wilbur R. Smith, Sec,rTV a court ronveaes at Padncah, retary and Treasurer of the Nawit Monday tional Association of Mexican War fffDr Dabney will preach at the Chris-U- f Veterans, ia making au earnest Cliurch, Sunday. effort to have tbe peusiooa oi the - The ifEmbroidery Olrclo meets Saturday eve with Mrs. Brevam and daugh- - veterans raised from tbe present rate of 18 a month to a sum which TrEviry iiinu U proud of his name. would make them Independent. Mfcapwlltj nud you'll find out this is At tho last meeting of tbe As sooiation held in Indianapolis, -Arthur .Tnhnami., nt novm September 13 and 14, a resolution . Mrs . . .rv, ritrvu spenaing i iciently 1 JACKETS .An tno week with Hick was unanimously nanaed rnnnnat. alize that it la Only a nnttlinn irieui8. in? the United States government of time when thn Killnlnn. - w Fresh inputs delivered to any to iuore&se tbe existing pension V iiiiuWg of town by W. M. BriAW. rate. Acting on tbe resolution, compelled to surrender to our su' YjlTUV1nlll An 4ltfA .aa.1a lnw. IH General Smith is sending out let- perior forces. The Filipinos xm freedom of the press who borrow a ters to Governors of States, Sento know tbey cannot risk newspaper. serious disaster to tbe TJ. 8. fore-eand because all our people re- - . ap-pe- ar JMt-- vted Will oiiwxi, ui is wee. lay, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Juo. r3ti tth.h naH prominent ,$' Plush and Cloth. i'wcre received this week. 4. , E. Smith, asred about 75 ywm. died of Dncumonla. nt Mrwrnw. November 7th. Eld. A. P. .Tnhnann will nroiu.1i nt ' Hermon next Sunday, morning and Hit. Evervbodv invitod. & - uv n, 'tyw&E "'' Our showing of Ladies Garments, Jack- ots nnd Capes, Ladies Suits and Skirts is the best we have ever shown, and We invite sales have been heavy. your attention to our offerings. i.l pldrr Hewitt has resigned the paator;- ut mi-- oupiui cnurcn at uoinmbos, filiation to take effect Jan. 1. -- .. . &rc V-Tl- voted on a "roDosition tn cify ior me purpose or electric ltd. It went dark br dpvon rnlm tW Just received at Buck's, a nice SrWtintl nf anIIH cmlfl nriutrlinrp " wiu 4.. "" ie family of Mr. 0. E. Eaker wovnl to Hickman, tliU weak, from r L P. & tbdr home in the bottom, near Lake. W'll Reel-fo- ot L-- W. S. ELLISON. .and Mta Adrian Brevard, 'of Union i!r, were guests of Miss Mnrifl Mro Thompson, of Tupelo, Miss., this week. Vrhe Kt. Rev. T. U. Dudley. Blshon ators, Kepresentatlves and other men, asking their aid aud In tbe matter. There are just 9,204 Mexican War veterans on the nennlnn mil. Tbe? have now reached oi passed tne age or w years, and W per cent, are unable to nnn in m. occupation or profession. It is estimated mat in ten years tbe onmber will be decreased to 3 000 aud in twenty years vsrv raw in. deed, if any, will be living. rue pension asked Is thirty dollars a month, and with the nnm berof survivors so small and tbe annual death rate so large, tbe Increase woald mean very little to the government, General Smith it is eaid,bas already reoeived as surancea of assistance from a number of prominent aaen. It Is Intended to bind all endorsements of the pension measure into book form and submit them to President MoKinlev. Lexineton Tran- script. BIU UNDERTAKING. any general battle, and therefore tbeir system of warefare Is more barrassing, for as our army advances tbey fall back, their army scatters, to reappear at weak aud unexpected points. This is what we call in this country guerrilla But none the leaa it prevents tbe TJ. S. from establishing a permantnt Government all over the Islands How long this mode of warfare can be kept up remains to be seen. It wouid be Infinitely better for the Filip-piooto surrender, and trust to tbe magnamity of tbe people of the United States. warfare. s W11 J! 1 j The Levee Election in Lake. The recent eleotion in Lake. county to Issue 150.000 in county bonds to build a levee on tbe west aide of Reelfoot Lake, resulted in favor of tbe subscription by about 4tol. It is expected that tbm proposed levee will reclaim from overflow about s of Lake county, but none of Obion, Dyer, or Fulton counties. Tbla levee Is, however, ouly alternative, to be built only provided the money cannot be raised to build the Hickman and Tiptooville leyee. UJft Ion, DyeranJ in the effort to raise the additional help; aud have already been bethree-fourth- uuiiiauuiiuiiumuiuauuiuutauuauuaaiaumu4gj Iffe ;Aeutucky, preaphetl a most excellent s IR,. polllloal psrt The pojillct of Ibe r now teldg for lye J ana m cmai; asiv (Uocuionl. Hie vole oi id pei tbe Transslberian railway. It ricorditl by ballot t the spproi tilt It It U not the sunshine of one day, waa shown In tbe auditing comlug ITMldanlUI vlaeiluD will proBi tor many, mat onags out the now- - mittee, published several months lb poller or lb bhIIud Ioj' i ninra r m mar aiimu vn -- ' . . r.w.... n.w..u.n nrnn B11J ago. tuat nearly 375,000,00 rablea wunoox wtm fcfc rjjtfi-- WattaM aul TfiSVl Imnatlni il'lili 1 --J viM mm fiBrnnn dob it Hi Dfocle Till Cn b Joi years, Special attention given to the selling of Real Estate of all kinds; foir lb tbp of Ihrou.h irrelt OfWi Send to Wi M. SHAW fnrnhnU limit d resourses, bat siiil represents h full lino of the best and must reliable Fire Itistir-mir- e per. Now It fnilutn tlitrcror, ror e undaudted ih Huit, fresh lieata all kinds, at UompmiieM doing; hasinrsi in tiir Sinir), itml (IimI "Old Reltaiilp" njf roirr lo ubcrb "u" tts bc;t sad Rmrl cfore. ofTelephone 3G. tlm nM courage on tbe part of tbe promoters of this gigantic enterprise to MUTUAL BENKFIT LIFE INSURANCE tUO., that has already moil rrllabln nnwf DUPi-- r obuintlil. Ibe have completed i.if&j p.uu out largely over huu,uu. ajiir insurance in iiiukiiihii ant.. viciiii Mini SVrrklv Repuhlio ...... ii be whole iron ThnYoiitraetorstho Obion. The the bulla a railroad thousand nf fore tbe Mississippi River Com-missio- n : in brlilio across . . h,.i.i r ... .m whii.t tm iiamn. ' miles long, through a region un, I ty, him I I. .' s IsKiiInu- .1- .- fihciipeat and bent no cv of any reitalar Til. . are v asking tho Government lu " anllnllal Rr.iin ..ii ."linn .nil .r' . in.niv.i . rrD.ru r... pleted tn tho bridjeeweek not yet com- - inhabited for tbe most part and . . fin " IiiMiiniuui" Uciirpuny lining busineaa In this country or two bettuill boa " an pullilixl prilF wlllioui prejuaice. in " much of it of an iubosnitable ohar- - to make an allotment, and there is will be ready for public uso. ynur pHlrotiiige. Cull and nee him. ! ifieKrM'.liio new. .rrviuc i. .u- lore it aim cdi pr lor lo thai or sojr olper psper in Miss Wlnnln Hnnkptf. tbo nttnntlvn acter, and to expend hundreds of but little doubt but that the River tprcUl fraliirm are the but. Iu tact, ll and jKipular yonnp lady in charpo of millions of dollars in carrvinc ont Commission will do so, provided In llir pNprr for that large olain of readtho Hickniun Telephone Exchange, tbe task. Tf. C. J0H.1BOX, C. A. HOLtOMBK, V. Prti'l. II. T. TTI.KM, Prt.'t. Congress, which meetB in Decemer wbo cunn.'t fifior.l or do uot hac ac- places tho Courier under obligation by The work has been carried cent lo the dally paper. her ucts of courtesy and kindness. ber, makes the usual River and through by tbe Russian GovernAttention is alio called to l lie Repilb-llo'Similar Mailne. Ita balf lone II ttfrBUPK Ls tho best posted and ment, partly as a military neces- Harbor appropriations. most praeticiu Optician in tho citv. sity, but largely for tbe purpose luilr4iloii slone arc worlb l he aubcrip HOU TO .YAKE FARMING PAY. lion price. It la made upofipectal ar Lyes tested free. Cheap Glasses 15o of opeuiug up a large territory to tlclea by the Iteat literary talent, erabrac, and solid jjold Glasses for $3.00. settlement. ing a variety of current aiibjrcta of in- -, There is in Topeka, Kansas, a Lee Davis, col., charged with steal-iuf- t The Russian peasants have leretl. Newt feature of abtorblng a diamoud riun and money from been offered woman wbo, two years ago, was great inducements are illutirated and enlarced UM)U, Fnilllf ffliniwn Vnlfnn u'na pnmmltfol For the benefit of the lndiea the latett divorced from her husband, but to the county jail to await trial at tho lo immisrate to Siberia, aud thous Ion are bandtomely llluitraled The Re ands have already availed them- wbo is now happily married again, jmbllo Sunday Mtgaxine It always Inier January term of tho Fnlton Circuit court. selves of the opportunity. Tbey who vouches for a storv that han ,M IMIOPITM 1O.0OO. tftlltl'I.ITN eitioK to erery neiober of ibe family . tWf The Tree B:irlwr Slinn is thn baye obtained free transporta been passed around Kansas withSollcita your buainenH. VVe offer the most Liberal AuuounnodntioDH The iiibucrlption prire of the R public It $1 00 per year. Ttir place to et your shaving, haircuttiug tlon, free lands, free tools and to our OiiHtoiners Ootinistent with Established out receiving entire belief. Six RepuMin Sunday MaitHtlnb n $1 'JS per and RhiinipooinR done. Prompt servico free aoeds. Btinkitiat Principles. years ago a farmer in Ottawa year Botli paper art now bfing oflered mid courteous treatment oounty conceived a uovel scheme at the terj nw pr e of A. L HOCKING, Prop'r- 1.60 a jenr. To HIS HAND WHITING. tecure tbi low ra'e boih mutt be ordrreJ for mending bis finances. He adThe frrand meteoric display billed It. T. TYLBIt, 0. A. HOLOOMBE. J. NAYLOR, W. H. liALTZKK Hud paid for ai ibe aaiue lime, vertised iu an English paper that for the nluht of tho 15th ami morning Union City Commercial 1 Aililreai all onlci ). TDK KKI'UHLIC, M. B. SHAW. .1. W. COWOILL. W. L. MoOUTOHEN. of the 10th fulled to appear. Many anxcountryman A Bay be bad opened a school for tbe from M Louis, Mo. ious watchers were up on points of ob-- I teacbiug of Amerioan farming. nervation but uot a star fell, and not a on De Chein. below Hickman, was and for $400 a year, over a course in our office Saturday, and in tbe snooting meteor was auywhero to be sceu. course of conversation expressed or three years, be would aooept a limited number of pupils. Indue Hugh M. Sanders, for years editor a widb. to see an old friend at ot tho Bardwell Star, brother of Prof. Troyi VVe informed him that we time be received some resnonaea J. II. SSaudeni, and a former citizen of could ring him op and be could to bis advertisement, and Anally Fulton county, died in Padncah, last talk to him over tbe phone. Tbe rour young tiugllsbtnen aotually week of stomach trouble. He was one of countryman had never seen a tel- came over and took up tbe course tho truest of friends, and as honest aud Splendid Selection of ephone, aud after we bad gotten of Instruction. For three full Hccyi-- e his ailvcrticscmcnta in the local piipcrs didn't conscientious a man as we ever knew. years T. TYLER, ... THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAM PAIGN OF 1900, ' tit srt Church. Hirktnan, Tnesday night Except a comparatively small wsj vto io iviiiKue tor your nniiriav Bflnils in jewelry. Next door to F. & circle of engineers aud teobuioal NJBaulc. students, few persons lu tbe Hays Presrwood. John nnd (Jolted States have any idea at in aiuner. u. '. uanne, Mnrt Avers, Fulton, nnd County Clerk. Sam "Ln- - all ooneerninaMhe immensity of .are over on Big Lake, Ark., hunt- tbe great undertaking: known aa f-l'- rCE AGENT. i--- riflWTtWrWrrWlj cor -"--' . aiami warn .' iiii ..."':., m .:,.. 11 H ICKMA1T lt.MIVIIt: Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 Wli1liHeL HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. B ANK a JLfliaiO iu-t- rb. ly Semi-Week- Mr. Jorgenhausser Used to Worry, Hcem to Cash Book Store. itttruct attention didn't draw a crowd to his NEW BOOKS, and help him to sell goods. store f Huchanan is closing out at Cost. iMiTIGfv'S, NOW HE DON'T WORRY v , STATIONERY, &: Why? Because ho has found that he can eel fifty fir rate add, chock full of sui'htioiiH. the best that are pouring in his lino in newspapers the country over u dollar and that with their help it is mere play to r a litre huh which nil the bill to a " I." ion cuu do All lines. Send a dollar to eame. Call and seo our Stock. Every county & Co thing up to date. Mary Bprkndks AD SUPPLY BUREAU, 8 1'B.BftrtIott, (HuccciMor lo Win. Uientclbrlnk.) -- DKALP.B holding tho court aud preserving the records. Fultou Ls a thriving town and eujoys tho admiration and good will of all, but it is at ono end of the county, forty miles from the other cud, and therefore too remoto from the mass of population. Such a move requires a voto. Au election cannot bo held uutil Nov. 1001. two-third The agitation to raise a subscription to build a county court House at rilltflll Id firiMlliltm-i- i ii till mm mill-- linvn the effect of preventing for a timo the building of a court house, suitablo for .Mule. Jersey Cow and Calf. Apply to C. 0. SMITH. For Devonshire St., Room 24, BOSTON.IASS. IN- - DK. S. K. DAVIDSON, IT, ;, HICKMAN, Offltie over Oowgill & Cowgill's U F. REM ,Y, up-stair- Fancy ''jrocerics and Provisions, - Children's Carnival. On Friday the man at Troy to tbe telephone we (lauded our visitor tbe trumpet which be placed to his ear. He listened a moment and then exclaimed: "I'll be darned if that ain't Bill's voice l" Then be bung tbe earpiece up and tapping tbe battery box significantly and knowingly said: "Now, open hor up and lets see what he's writ. I'd know bis hand write any wbar, an' if he writ what we said throuvh this thing," takiug down tbe ear piece, "I'll talk to him and tell him what I want to." We informed him that a letter didn't come with tbe message, and looking at us with bis mouth wide open he exclaimed: -Well I'll be gol daru !" graduation these joung Englishmen gave a celebration to which all tbe neighbors were invited, and there was muoh feasting and tirinkiug.- - Kansas City Journal. The Hope of Farming. the farmer worked these Englishmen at plowing, harvesting and other farm' work, collecting from them (400 each a year, aud lo return supply them with nothing but board. At tbe end or tbe three years they were given a cer tificate which recltetl that they bad served a full apprenticeship and were entitled to be regarded as expert farmers. Ou the day of Attorney-a- t Holooi tng. BuildTUOKY. KENTUCKY Office MCKMAH, KENTVQKY, HICKMAN, Drag Htor, Will practice iu all Courf ? tho Httite, FREE DELIVERY. Telephone Store No. 94; jdeuoe, No. PfJ, T Is Res- - Aguiualdo Surrosaded. eeniug, Nov. 17th, ut tho City Hull, there will bo tin eutertaiu-tuen- t Luteal advices from Maulla Ingiveu by the Physical Culture dicate that Aguiualdo and bis ar Classes uuder tho auspices of Miss Rheua my have not escaped but are now Mosher, Program Fair v Fautasie; Brownie practically surrounded, The AmGymnastics ; Grecian Movements ; Na- erican forces are dosing up, and tional Drill ; Grand March. Eutertaiumout begins ut 7 :30 o'clock. Mai. Gen Otis reports that Youna Admission 15 and 25 cents. Reserved lt believed to have established Beats U5 cents, at Wilsou's Hook Store. communication with Wheatou. diversified farming. It must come tbrooih tbe door of business principles and independent action. It must come by having our ooru cribs and markets for surplus producta ut our doors. Arkansas Gazette. Doatt ffloes for the Dast fiscal vur ' were 1,3 1 8,4 20. JO, If agriculture again rises to that prnmlueuce it once held in tbe south it must come through The receipts of tbe Kentucky w zrr.'.Krfc. . r .. acrr "S"iia-- v X- , ' -- "&. The Hickman Courier KENTUCKY SQUABBL E. OEOIIUB WAIIUBK, Publisher. THE VOTE IN OHIO. 2nomelitl Itrturns It.cnWeil From Cauntlrs In III State (lives Nmli, for (lorrrnor, a. riuralltr of 30,313. IIEGE THE VOTE IN PENNSYLVANIA OFJfSKIII Tb routine! of tha Ilaturni Stioir 1 hat tha lUpuullcnn I'ltiralllr I'or Ir.B.iirwr It 10(1, 'J 15. Unofficial " The Best is Kjucautdi lit lifr. cv. fnlhft J Are most serviceable tnd 'we.tr the long' est. ikxxj fooa arves inc vesi nmrt-mrn- t. Good medtint. Hood's .T.iri.i. p.trill.t, is the best and cheapest, because I a cures, aesoiuieiy ivnen ah others fail, Remember i rfnj.fmi-n- f HICKMAN. KENTUCKY V Aj. J.XA.XX XX JLJ.XXJ.J, XX X A X XXXX 4 II NnVPMRFR ,w,..Mon. - 1RPQ ,s,. S2t. IL Reported nt Frankfort That Gov. Columiius, 0., Nov. 10. Tho first ab- Dispatches From Soatk Africa Piilt.Anu.HiU, Nov. '11. Complete Tend to Show That the BritBradley Will Declare Martial figures from every county In tho state, stract of votes by counties received nt tho secretary of state's cilice Thursnearly nil of them unofliclal footings ish Are Holding Ably. Law in the State. day indicato that A. W. Patrick, dcm of tho returns, show thnt tho plurality TUE RUMOR NOT GENERALLY BEL1EYED We ttArn this from exfxrtnee fn r-- 1 1 Sun. -- Tue. Wed. Thur. j! IlJL TT 19 3 4 It 3 5 4! 4! ilii 20 2J 89 To 17 $26 TTtTTTTTTTttt"PtTTT CURRFNT AitOEXTl.VA's It 23. 24 25 it ... (j: 27 28 29 30 22" ill Tho Determination of tho Election Depends Upon the Contest!) Which Have Hecn Raised. A Moll C.Bthers may havo been elected lieutenant governor. The abstracts from tho voto in CONFIDENCE IN GEN. WHITE'S ABILITY. Warren nnd Urccno were received and in two counties Caldwell ran 700 behind Nash, and Patrick 700 ahead of Tliero Are Slg:n of Greatly Increased ""' McLean. Doer Activity in Xatnl and on Patrick carrlea Franklin county by the Western Frontier. 50, while Nash carried It by 1,700. Patrick carried Tuscarawas county by The liners' llombaritineiit of f.iiiljanitlh lint lleen tit onio Kttrnt Kffactlve The Hrltl.h Huts Pinny of Lriltilta AimnMnltloib LoJtno.v, Nov. 13. of Darrett, republican eandidnto for state treasurer, over Creasy democrat, is 100,210. tiicj, nrl tlm luiniiitmluiiitra fur llirowlug Oui Two rreclncli of I.rwll louu- ty Tim Action Krcoutiileretl. at Vanrrburs ami 1 lire it- - TOPICS. S7.500 president has a Goobcl a majority on the face of tho Umtkd Statics Senatoh Nkujo.v was returns. Tho city was excited Monborn In Norwaj-- . day night over a rumor that tho govMaine's legislature ordered a butt ernor intends to declare martial law Reed. of in the event that Knox aud Johnson llu.MHtKDs of Atncrlcaus are at wjork counties are thrown out and that ho in Russian factories. will refuse to recognize Gocbel as govIs a bicyclist. their other counties. It is claimed that enough fraudulent votes will be gas plants. Yale's new president. Prof. Hadley, thrown out In these counties to give TwKi.vie American cities own in form. I Ky., Nov. 14. Senator Gocbcl and the democratic leaders nro still waiting on the final action of the counting boards of election in Jefferson, Christian, Knox, Johnson aud Franki-out- , Monday morn- Spain has had 31 years of war during the present century. In the polar regions the sea contains less salt than near tho equator. In India only one male In ten and one female In ICO arc able to read. The entertainment of royalty cost English society each year fully SJJ.-00- 0. 000. A ronTE Chinaman considers it a breach of etiquette to wear spectacles in company. It is estimated that about 2,000.000,- 000 bicycles' have been made in Europe and America. Tiir Florists' II all Association of the United States carries SM)0, 000 insurance on hothouses. Althouoh her husband is worth 625,000,000, Mrs. Paul Kruger does tho family cooking. President Hadlet of Yale believes-Ithe old maxim about early rising He Is up about 0 o'clock erery morning nnd generally in bed by 10 or lU The Mormons are preparing for . rigorous campaign in St. Louis. A score of thoir missionaries are preparing to make converts in that city. Asparagus Is so plentiful on the Russian steppes that the cattle cat it like grass. The seeds are some times dried and used as a substitute for coffee. Between 8,000,000 and 10,000,000 pco-pi-c in the United States take a vacation every summer, according to a fiend for a fondness of estimating. They spend more than 540,000,000. tnat PAN experUhaa rls.riHoYexplatn stage fright really comes from a disorHo argues from-thidered digestion. that persons meditating public appearances should be careful of their diet, nnd adhere to regulir habits. A Florida man has just succeeded in hatching an ostrich egg in an incubator. This is the first successful this kind in this country, though It has of ten been tried in California. It took 41 days for the bird to come through. It is curious to know that woodtai'is prepared just as it was in the fourth century R. C. A bank is chosen and a hole dug, into which the wood is plrtced covered with turf. A lire is lighted underneath, and the tar drips slowly into Ihe barrels placed to receive it. Statistics which have been collected In Wisconsin show the average cost of zaising whent to be 24 cents n bushel and the cost of corn 27 cents. In both cases there arc included intereston the value of the land, with the cost of implements and horses added In. Mock fights are common in English service, where troops are taught how to march, charge, retreat, form in line of battle, and do all the things which are likely to bo required in actual warfare, except to kill the supposed enemy. The soldiers take great delight Sn it. A system is to be established in Philadelphia this fall whereby teachers will be given permission to take f day, once or their classes for twice a year, to Fairmount park and to the zoological gardens, such visits to be regarded as a part of the regulaj class duties. In the Transvaal July nnd August are the midwinter months; October, November and December constitute spring, and summer sots in shortly after Christmas. January is the hottest month and July the coolest. The thermometer seldom goes over 90 degrees or under 25. It is a curious fact, but in many cases it seems indisputable, that two persons living many ypnrs together assume a likeness in facial expression, features and most certainly In character, but moro so from the point of feate ures. No doubt it is for this reason that ladles procure tho servlivis nurses for ttu of pretty and lady-likbringing up of their Infants, who, not possessing beauty by heredity, may attain it by the simple method of iirpressionable contact Likut. San Dikqo Maceo, a son of the Cuban leader, is on his way to light the Philippine rebels. In an Interview at Omaha he said ho hoped some day to bo president of Cuba. A well known German scientist has discovered that tho aroma of tobacco is due to microbes, and it is said ha will patent, if ho can, a process for making cheap cigars smell like expensive ones. In Germany potato bread is used by tho natives of Thuringla to feed their horsos, especially when they are worked hard in very cold weather, Tho animals thrive on it, nnd thai ' iiculth and strength arc excellent s one-hal- self-sam- o nou-fctu- nt ernor under such conditions. This rumor of martial law is not generally credited, though there is almost certain to be a serious clash between Gov. Bradley and the claimant. Vancebuho, Nor. 14. Monday was an exciting day in this place, tho county seat of Lewis county. An effort was made to throw out the entire vote of the county, which gave Taylor a plurality of (300, on a technicality, it being claimed that tho paper on which the ballots were printed was too thin. On this ground the election board last week threw out the vote of Mowers and Hurtonvlllo precincts, which gave Taylor 209 plurality, and adjourned until Monday. Word was passed through the county and Monday about 2,000 citizens flocked into Vanceburg aud gathered around tho courthouse when the election board met at 10 a. m. News reached the crowd that tho commissioners were about to throw out the vote of another precinct and there was an angry demonstration. Trouble seemed imminent when it was announced that the election board had reconsidered its action by which the voto of certain precincts had been thrown out, and tho entire vote of tho county would be counted as cast. An Impromptu reception was at once arranged by the crowd. Louisville, Ky., Nov. li. The tan out of last week's election Monday grows worse with each day. was the third day of the otllcial count, but the work of the county boards of canvassers disclosed little informaChairman tion to clear the situation. Long, of the republican campaign committee, Monday repeated his claim of a plurality of 3.111 for Taylor based on otllcial returns from 110 counties and unofliclal returns from the remaining nine. The democratic papers and leaders here have ceased to give figures, but specials from Frankfort quote Candidate Ooebel and other party leaders us saying they are confident of the success of the Kenton coun y m ui. The comp exion of the returns to be presented to the state board of election commissioners when it meets in Frankfort next mouth still depends upon tho determination of the contests which are being raised in several parts of the state, notably the strongly republican counties of the of the Eleventh district where the democrats claim tissue ballots were uted. These contests have aroused much feeling in the localities affected. One of them involves the vote of Knox county which gave Taylor L3S3 plurality. Monday Rarbourvillc, the county seat, was visited by hundreds of people interested in the result, their avowed purpose being to sec that just.cu U done. Counsel for Candidate Taylor began action in the Knox county circuit court to compel the county election officers to certify tho vote to the state board of election commissioners. The contention is over 42 ballots from the first precinct, but tho petition filed by Taylor's counsel asserts that the election board's purpose is to throw out the entire county. Judge Urown granted a temporary injunction against such action. Johnson and Lewis counties aro affected by the democratic charger of irregularities, and there, too, legal complications are likely to arise. At Hopkinsville a contest over a precinct which gavo Taylor a plurality of OS is delaying the otllcial return of tho vote of Christian county which gave Taylor a plurality of 750. Slow progress was made In the count of Louisville and Jefferson county Monday, the commissioners being at work on tho Third ward when they adjourned until Tuesday. Roth sides are fighting every Inch of tho ground. A num ber of precincts arc in controversy on the grounds of alleged irregularities. In one such case, the seventh pre cinct of the First waid, the people Monday secured an order from Judge Toney to compel the precinct officers to sign the tally sheets. The Goebel people, however, claim the ballot box had been opened before It reached tho county election officers. The vote, so far as canvassed, show! little change from the official figures. glo'g-f-ovrln- g ing's news from the seal of war lu South Africa continues fairly satisfactory. Tho otllcial cable nro not very detailed with regard to the lieliuoui Incident which, except for the Ions of Col. was not a very serious ff.ilr. There arc signs of greatly lncrcncd Ror activity in Natal and along tho western frontier. All the dispatches tend to show that the Itritlsh are holding ably. CoL reports that all w us well at Mnfeking on November 0. Ladystnlth's latest data JUDGE NASH. is November V. While nothing averse bOU and Nash by 200. In Cuyahoga Is heard from the latter point, and county Patrick was away ahead of Mc confidetico i felt in Gen. White's abiliLean. ty, prcvioui 'xpericnee having shown C.OI.VMDU8, O., Nov. 10. Tho statis that the lloor artillery is not very efticians at the republican headquarters fective, it is beginning to prove that have been busy all aay Wednesday and tlie acquisition of artillery which tins Wednesday night endeavoring to se- destroyed the former mobility of tho cure somo accurate figure on the plu lloer forces, has also failed to glva rality of Judge Nash, the republican tlicni any compensating advantage. candidate for governor, and Wednesday On the contrary the reverse is the esse. night an unofficial table of pluralities It Is held here that, if the lloer had by oountles was completed. This out been hampered by the transport of shows that in 67 counties Nash, rep., heavy guns and their rescue from tight has 84,399 over McLean, dcm., and in p aces. Gen. Jonbcrt might ere l'ol 31 counties McLean has 34,035 over Unliave been in Pietcrmaritzburg. Nash. This gives Nash over McLean lets the heavy lloer artihrry in the state 40,502. It is not believed justifies by Itself reducing the otllcial returns will make any im- Iidytnith it will again hamper huu portant change in these figures. n the eventual retreat from Natal Tho republican figures on the legit-- , Wrhen Gen. llulirr teuds the relieving aturo are: House republicans, fll;, force. I: i Lelieved that the llorr democrats, 44; doubtful, 2. Senate fl will be made over the Drakrnv republicans, IS; democrats, 11; doubt burg range nto the Zoutpansberg div ful, 2. trict, where every preparation for proColumuub, O., Nor. 11. Complete visioning and maintaining the I'm rs returns show several democratic gains In said to have been made for tho i.it In the legislature. Huch Manchester, stand, and where It will be difficult to dem., is tho elected representative Inu il.nu ge them. Already it Is rumored Mahoulng; P. A, Snylot, dem., Is elect- tl:a lacy are In strulw fur food around ed in Pruble, and Robert Irwin, dem., L.vl-uu, and may, therefore, bo in Ross county. Ob' fc'c.l to iibanilon tlie siege. ytwM p itches rom Ktcouri ay ti has Tlie Klactlon In low. Ma i n cd that thu llrltWh havo Des Moines, la., Nov. 10. Ret hife4 for Jtlrlotf. ll from 00 of. tli 00 u,itia o ?al guns showing that therewith estiniules uu thu others? ouiid.ition for the fear that tha lyddlu ammunition nt Ladystnith hat been cxiiauU-d- . It is also reported from the same quarter that some nrs nave been seen in Lndrhiiiith, imticai .ng that the lloer bombardment bus A been to mjiiio extent effective. s uprclal dU ntch from Capo Town tlie earlier report that it, was ilcu. Duller who ordered the llril Ml evacuation of Murmiicrg nnd N.i.tuw-poo- rt as he considered tho ler ine too weak nnd too much extended. It is understoud. howwer. th.it Nuauwpvort will be occu led again as oon , the a vnnce from Qneunstowu being is ordered. Mrong bhlt are made, by tho Doers for tho support of the Cape Dutch, but without much although it is believed t mo Dutch farmers especially in Picquet-bi-r- g district, are armed wi,th Mausers GOV SHAW. .ind arc watching the course of cventi that the republican claim of 00,000 before joining the Dotrs. From Monn-.icr- g plurality for Gov. Shaw is easily mainit is reported that the Free i .te tained, nnd may go slightly above that forces ure working slowly tow rd Keith-Falcone- Tho full voto was: Darnctt, rop., 430,700; Creasy, dcm., 3:10. r73; 'Caldwell, pro., 10.803. Total vote, 7M,22o, a slight increase over tho voto for stato treasurer In 1M7. and 1SMM1 less than the voto for governor last year. Rarnett was tho victim of considerable cutting, ho falling about 58,200 votes below Drown, tho republican candidate for supremo court judge. Rarnett carried His pluralities 40 of tho 07 counties. in the two lsrgvr counties of Philadelphia and Allegheny were CJ.S13 and 14,70l respectively. iiiiinriit mi tha London, Nov. 10. The Dally News, Ilrltl-l- i Kli-rtlo- JfocdS Sauah i afs a . yP fAwmmmtmmmtiuilAiinjtW a aaa Conllilrnt-r- , a v7ayjnrrv"MBBBr i.ii r, Itaden-Powe- ll commenting upon tho American election, says It believes Mr. llryan has no oli unco for tho presidency, and that Mr. MeKlnley hns every reason to hope for a second term. President MeKln ley, It declares, will now havo ireo hands In tho Philippines. Neverthe less ho hud better muko haste to win. Ho bus obtained a sort of renowinl lenso of public confidence, but nothing more. Perfect ronfiilriirr Is ilcurnlilc between roup.'es engaged to he married, but It in not nlwnys tli.it the jutui uoinan h.is os line an opiwrtumty to rstublmh it as did a Nor 1 to n bellr, to whom a wealthy harlirlor luil been pjiiiK aimduuus attention. Aftn worrying her a cood deal about how many soiintf inrn had been in Ior with lirr, and lion- - many she lutl lcrn ntUchrd to, ho Sikr.l her to marry huu, atldinjc be perfect (oufiilrlire "Now let llii-ru . Keep nvUilug routealeil from we." Certainly," replied tlm Biddy cirl; "let and, lumping m have no cniirralmriiU: up, the onntrheil the hik lie wore from In1 lirad anil daiirrd around the room with It I'lnladeiplua Record. 1 e ln-tw- Prrfrel To I.o a Anarlri anil .Suutlirm l'll-forul- a. ranatnr Drnrtv un tha Kl.ctlutit. 10, Chsun-se- y believe that it means that Mr. MeKlnley will be tha nominee of the republican party and that Mr. llryan will again secure the democratic nomination." I Nkw Youk, Nov. Senator M. Depew wns asked for his views uu the election. "I regard this election as an endorsement of President McKinley'a administration. It proves peop.e have nl so that the Auit-rleulute confidence in him. To my liilnu, and I am not sinking Idly, ll settles the question beyond doubt of the next presidency. Krery Friday night, at 10:.15 p. m., a through Tourut far for !) Anurlfi and Niuthern California, leaves thn V.1iicko, MiUaukre A ht, Paul Railway Uniun Station, Chlcifo, via Ouialu, Colorado .Sjnnf and .salt Utke City, for all points in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and California. In addition to the regular Pullman porter, each rar is acruniuuifd by an intclli-genconix-ten- l and couttrou "rounrr," who will attend to the wants of psrlicrr rn route This is an entirely new feature of tounit rar service and will be apprrvi-tetraveling by families or by ladie alone. Particular attention i jwud to Uie care of children, who utually set weary on a lonr journey 'lhe.e tountt cars are steepins rani supplied with all th accessories nerttary to make the journey comfortable and pleasant, and the berth rat (each berth will accommodate two persons) is only tfl.OO from to Californli. Ask the nrartst ticket arrnt for a tounrt car folder, or addrcM Geo. II. Heafiord, General Piss, sad Ticket Agent, Clilcno, 111. Pas-enut, d Chi-ciK- o Maryland. Official Vula. lUt.TlMoitr. Mil., Nov. 14. Tho official count of the ballots cast at last Tuesday's election give CoL John Wal- - A man's favorite iokr li that he is relatrd to the church by tnsrruje. Atchisou Globe. There is one thine worse than not havins anything good to eat, and that is to hate ll and not be sble to eat it. Ledger Monthly. ro-trr- -- - ter Smith, democratic candidate, for governor. 12,121 p.uralitr over Iiwn-des- . republican incumbent. CoL fatnlth carried Haiti more city by S, lot. Candidates for other state otllrra did not run mora than a few hundred wtc tho leader on the democratic tickcu llruti!lrfl National t'oniuillt.o JlrallarCi.kvki.ami, O.. Nov. 14. After a consiiltntiou Monday between Senator M. A. Ha una and Mr. Chnrle F. Dick, chairman and secretary respectively of the National republican conunittec, DicicnntToniicrU ttint it haft liccriATeeld ed to rail tho commilteo together on FridAy. December t next, at Washing, ton, to name tho time and place for holding mo next national republican convention. d K-liln- Like Oil Uin Troubled Waters is Hale' Honey of Horchouud and Tar uon a cold. l'ike'a Toothache Drops Cut In onctplnute. The well read man Isn't always the pink of perfection Oticafo Dai'y News. KIDNEY DISEASE, - Caused by Internal Catarrh, Promptly Cured by Pe-ru-n- a. .tbafoUoMiaa-U- Han. J II. IVlwe'l. a nromincnt mem- trvof.thail)uUianaf)lati;j.I'iIalupf."My n rewidtoil'uniia'Jtirru-Urr- h I oncritulAtiir con-irm- fr-i- a-- Washington. Nov. to. The president received a great ninny congratulatory telegrams Wednesday afternoon. He expressed himself us well pleast-- wltn tho result of tVtu elections. He got a U'lvyram from in Ohio. Nrlos, his birthplace, whiuh gratified mm exceedingly. It stated thut tliero had been a republican gain there of over 400. Ll.scoi-s, 1rlcraiii. I fca l't X wJii V JtMS uc-acs- s. tli-.- anti-Oou-b- el til .. view of AtUc.iig tjueenstown nnd cutting off the touni Vaynraml Eltictlou OltU.n trrrstf"! Covington, Ky., Nov. 11. Judge n tho northern district, of Cape Co Wheeler Tnursduy Issued warrants for ony. The wounded arc recovering in manner. Iho Mausrr a. remarkablo tho arrest of Mayor Jos. L. Rhlnoe Geo. Davis and Joe Jan wounds arc small and heal rapidly. Police Oflieers sen, At I.eger, a sheriff of elections Many of the woun.i'l apply for per1. and Everett W. Kairhuirt, John Thomp- mission to return to tiio front. the .atest ' two official The fact that son, W. C "Hreck" Thornton nnd (. 074. M. McCoy, all officers of election in dispatches were received from lien. Sir Walker, anil not from Ilir.V.w York ,.riiililr . precinct A of the First ward. The lorestler Nkw ollK, Nnv. 10. -- Returns received warrants allege that tho men 'ob- Duller, seenu to indicate that the Utleft Capo Town. from up tho statu Wednesday increase structed and attempted to obstruct an ter may have aire-dA Urussels telegram asserts that ho the republican isscmbiy membership election." Till is to 0." against &T dcmoeruls. a repub-lias actually reached Durban. senator Juiim on the Klrctlon. certainly premature, hut ho may havo i c.t n gnm of Tyi.eii, Tex., Nov. 10- .- United States started. Senator Jttiues K. Jones, chairman of Drniiicrutio Motor III Huston. An unofficial statement is publli hod democratic national committee, is RosTo.v, Nov. lo. While tho entire the soon after ship tiiat the troop r in this city. Upon being asked as to her arrlral at Capo Town, left for Dur- T publican stato ticket win elect vi he election rusults, the senator said esday, the democrats aro jubllunt ban and Delagoa bay. was satisfied and was not altogether " r the party victory in electing their surprised, though ho did not look for File Stringency in tlio Monajr Alarliat. clt. ticket in Rostou. quite such a republican majority in Wasiiinoton, Nov: 13. Treasury offi1 iilrd for Jnnrs Onlr, Ohio. The senator and Airs. Jones cials expect that within a short liino T(t.Eo, O., Nov. 10. There were In a day or two for Wash- the money drawn from tho financial will leave over 000 ballots cast in the election ington. Institutions of the east for the move r purpouvs in heroin which tlio voter voted for na munt of crops and otn-.A (lain In Urniait' touuty. other will begin to and Its wav to JOIIOS. candidate for any olllce but Coluuuub, 0 Nov. 10. It is slgnlfi. tho west cant that in John Sherman's county New York, and that tho appamut V l'ortM;a i ounty'. Vol of Richland, the republicans made a stringency In money will bo accordrelaxed. JlAaA, O., Nov. 10. Portugocoun gain of 400 and elected a purt of their ingly ty bIv Nash' 3(6'20; McLean '2,070; county ticket. Moro votes were polled Jim lie Nuw 1'otlilent. Jones qi Spcrra, republican boss and than tho last presidential election. Santo Dominoo, Nov. 13. Congress candldat for probate judge, wins by has proclaimed Senor Jiminez presl-ide- 80- Coucr.umiii Uanford'a urea. (or. of Santo Domingo and Scnor Nov. 10. J. J. Gill Columiius, O., '"""tarled llanna'a J'raclnet. (rop.) is elected over Luvosier Spunco Vasquez vice president. Thry will enClkveiLj,, o., Nov. 10. Jones carter Into ofllco December L. when tho (dcm.) for congress in the 10th Ohio ried HaniU district by 4,440 votes. Mr. Gill will fill constitution will undergo a change. precinct li own precinct, Hanua's Forty-firward. It gave Country quiet and buiiness'tnprovlng. the unexpired term of tho Into Lorenzo Nash Ml vVg, McLean 01 and Jones Dan ford. CJT.rcuinu b 2SX mk. I The Vat lu Krle Countr. Chicaoo, Nov. 12. Fit o In tho Jonste Lucas County. SANDUSKV, O,, Nov. 10. Rrle county Jraeme flats early Saturday morniug ucas Tolkdo, UNov. county gives Nash 3,700, McLean 3,120. Jones taused the death of Mrs. Ellen Mosney. complete gli Jones, for govcruon 2 093. Love, lep., elected us repre- Jhe was overcome by sinoko and gik. 1,011 pluralltlvor Nash. sentative. Tour other families escaped. figure. DordrvOht W -. piu-rullln-n- . y Complete from ,S7 of the W sountles. lu tho siatc give llolcomb, fusion, 108,1)51; KrvKv, rep., U0.2flU. a fusion majority of ! 0i2. Remaining counties based on Hon. J. II CaMwoll. lai year'c vote, will muko tlie fusion "I m.tjonty in the stato 14,000. Fusion-1s- t years have ued Peru na fur a number of elect Neville to congress in the tarrhal with the very hot rcudls for cadnea.es. I shall nrer he without Sixth district. ll. ncer fail to recommend it when an olKrtunit preaenu itsrll." J. H. Cald.VtllUnil llOlrial Vol. well Robeline, .a Cflliprt Hofer (Jray,, Ky , sava in a Asiii.amj, O., Nov. 10. Tho olllclal daird March 7th. lSiJ hate used vote in tiis county for the head of the four bottles of Peru na and "fnm I well nctctw. a us follows: Nush 'J.S0H Mc- my catarili, and it ruied mv llnghfa of I lwd been troul.lel Tor two years. Lean, li, Jones 3Si. For senator: I weieh twenty pounds more than I did lt-Tik'hlinau, rep, 'J.373; Nottleton, dem., l u,? u''e,,. ltk- - ' ha1' "ever la 8.14 For representative: Lehman, without Pe ni na Fend for free catarrh hook. Addreia Dr. 2.3J5. Hoar, em., 3,100. Patrick's Ilartuiau, Columhus, O. 11. 1 I let-te- tlm rbrak Neb., Nov. nlr. r dn-eas- e ti li Z5Ci i.o O illdl. d.11 I ' Gaf-con- . .... tend us .!M Ifyuwiii zx, I nt you Deniorcst'a I Family Magazine iui Niks iiiumua and plve you two lundiome pictures In ten colon, exact repro ductions of famous oil paintings. They arc 8 by Ml Inches. This offer of this great family macazlne Is only good for 60 days. Wrlto to DDAIOREST'S MAGAZINE Art Department 110 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY st 10.-L- aB Best Uonf b Bjnip. Taaies uoud. Use Ml w1? f M 'Ji I'lji I iMtnn-- gl t r IS HARD PRESSED Col. HhJph Capture IN THE FAR EAST. Nothing Known Aiming llrltUh Diplomats of nil Aggressive Art Ion by Japan ml China Against llussiiw WENT ON A REEF. flic Cral'er Charleston, hlle I'atrnllng Ihe Northern Coast of Luton, Wrecked All an Hoard ..ere rated. t- - IE TENNESSEE REGIMENT. JRrrleei ( jut mc'C - c Agiilnnldo'a Private Secretary anil II In Kscort. this Ipplnes anil a HearVr Hn.cniim Home. at San rraieliro from rtrclei I'hll. ee eM ee'e - - &sj?e'&6ccri - . STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. JS5!l5 - Tim Inttirganti Are llalreitl lie Toward llongainng, Where the apltat II- lleeii Trimferrrd Agiihi.,tlii Al lllntl In (ha nf l.all. Oil. l.rp Manila, Nor. It Americans nave practically closed tlio trap in which It was Intended to c.inh Aguliiult'.c and his army. The first capture win Aguihnldo's secretary mid his utcort u( 172 bolomuu. The capturo was made by Col. liny, near Carrnnglan. Gen. Lawton Ik at Cnrrnnglaii. It advance, led by (ion. Young, is nt LupnoTayug, San Nicholas, stretching In n semicircle toward lite Gulf of Ltiignyeii. Mami.a, Nov. 14. The whereabout of Agtilnuldoand his nrmy ami cabinet U a perfect enigma, den. Otis has learned th.V. Agulnaido recently Issued 1 1 cast proclamation transferring titc capital to llongabong, giving as n reason for tlio step the unsanitary condition of Tarlac, It U supposed that tlio leaders of the Insurrection who nro not already at llongabong arc retreating to that place, though when they left Tarlae, whether they nro traveling with the nrmy, how many soldiers they were bWc to hold together ami whether the leader of thu troops hare got beyond Gen. Law ton's line are nil unknown. It hoped Is howerer that (Sen. Whcnton has effected a junction with Gen. Young, forming n cordon from San Fabian to San Isldor. Gen. Law ton hah 0,000 men and ftrii. YVhcaton 2,700 a small force to control so many miles, but It com insods the main roads by which tlio insurgents must more to the north n ff 4 !" With the Americans adTauclng at the prencnt rate they could drive the insurgents from Ilongabong In a fort night, nnd it Is impossible for the rob-el- s to establish another capital In which can not be captured within a month. The rapid approach of the Americans was a complete surprise to the insurgents, as the latter expected them to move slowly, ur they did from Manila to Angeles. The Filipinos thought it impossible for the Americans to make headway in the mui which prevailed everywhere, and the sudden Invasion nstounds tho natives along the Hue of Gen. Young's march, who had been told that the Americans wcro conllnrd to the suburbs of Manila. Mnj. Marsh's battalion of tho A3d regiment, which Includes many old irt?tfgTt"r7rfrMfrm"tlie n'ntlir-- t, attacked 400 Filipinos three mile from Hau Fjblan, on the Dagupan road, on Friday. The Filipinos had been firing nt tho outposts. Maj Marsh found them entrenched across the river. Their trenches had been made after Gen. Wheatou's arrival. Maj. Marsh charged them, a portion of his battalion fortllng the alream and part crossing by the bridge. When the Americans approached the Filipinos, afraid to show their heads, poked their rllles above the trench and fired blindly. Maj. Marsh's force pursued them for a mile. Fourteen dead Filipino wero left behind, Including the lieutenant colonel commanding on Two Americans wcro tho field. wounded. Thu insurgents have resumed their activity In the Cnvito province, threatening nil attack on I mus. Yesterday they attacked Calmnba in the usual A night)' fustlade befashion. and marlncK the the tween who have Insurgents .hundred again Intrenched thcnuelvo-- . on the Isthmus between Cnvito and Novelcta Is plninly hoard in Manila. On Saturday tho Filipinos attempted to entrap the marines by landing a force from Tho searchcanoes behind them. lights of the Petrel discovered tho preparations to embark, and n few shots from the Mouadnook and Petrel's guns spoiled tho gsme. Lu-zou w rulser Wanted. Three .Mnr Washington, Nov. 14. Tho construction board of the navy department, at lis meeting Monduy, took up tho subject of new construction 'In the navy or tho coming year. This was at tho request of tho secretary, nnd will form tho basis of his recommendations to congress for new vessels during the coming session. This matter is confidential, but It tuny be said that tho secretary Is expected to renew his for three new cruisers of tho Improved Olympln type, such ns coiigrcis failed to appropriate for Inst year. Yazoo, Miss., Nov. H Kd. Grandl-son- , n notorious Negro murderer, thief and all round crook, was hanged hero Monday for the murder of Deputy ShorilTs Stoncstreet and Kvcrott, In this county In July of Inst year. Iltiylng Mlnaritl Lands. Legal Hanging In Mltlslppl. Minn., Nov. 14. A special from Virginia, Minn., says It Is reported from reliable sources that the Minnesota Iron Co. has purchased tho Nelson Lumber Co.'s mineral lands on the Meshn range. The consideration MlNNKAi'OMH, Wit 81.000,000. Hollanders Condemn Knglsnd. 111.. Nov. 14. A thousand Hollanders had an enthusiastic meeting here Mot day night nnd passed resolutions of svuinathy with tho Doer Fulton, rmtwlftnnatlnn of England. I San Fiuncisco. Nov. 13. Tho Tenicglment Col. Chllders com 3'9 S505395 9 9 a'3 manding, arrived here from the Philippines Saturday, and were loy.il.y MURRAY-BROW- N FIGHT. RESULT OF AN OLD GRUDGE welcomed by the committee of Tell' THE nesseans. who arrived a few days ago, II. I). Hrown, Oeorge Keallnr, Ted Milker Dan Murray, Well Knn- -a Itape Cellar, Al and the citizens of San Francisco. and Ch.rlet Keatinr Itnled Off taeked by s ur j llrown, formerly The Tiutiessee volunteers landed the lurf for Lire. Starter at the NewportTiae. Sunday nnd went Into camp at the Presidio preparatory to being musterNewtokt, Ky., Nov. 13. After a NttwroitT, Ky.. Nov. 11. A bloody ed out. thorough investigation into the tight fight occurred on the Newport track In an Interview Sunday, CoL Chlldcr between Curley Urown nnd Dan Mur- Thursday afternoon just before tho said: ray Thursday afternoon at the New- last raco was run. Dan Murray, tha "I have a very high regard for Gen. port track the judges Frldny ruled off well known raco caller and form book Otis and his ability as a soldier nnd t the turf for life the following persons: man, was attacked by Curly llrown, statesman. He has held a most dlfil Ii. D. llrown, George Keating, Trainer formerly starter at tha track, and badcult position, and I think he has han Ted Wilkcr nnd Charles Keating. ly beaten up. The fight took place in died It well. Of course ho could have Wilker was implicated In the affair a room under the grand stand, and slashed In and Inid the Islands waste through handing Krown a pair of thero are many conflicting stories out wltu Are and sword, but to do this brass knuekes during the affray. regarding tho trouble. It Is cllmcd without an effort first to show tho naIt developed, however, that Urown that Hrown's two brothers-in-law- . tives that the United States wished tc did not use tho weapons given him by named Keating, who are assisting give them a fair, just and liberal gov- Wiikcr. but 6truck Murray several Starter Holtman at the present ernment would have forever prevented times across the head with a chair. meeting, woro with llrown when ha American relations nnd It would have Tho Kcatlngs, according to evidence jumped on Murray. The trouble is become n question of extermination presented, were in tho room in which tho result of an old grudge svhich nnd recolonlzntlon. The Islands are the fight took place and prevented sprung up between Murray and llrown too far away for such a poliuy, oven Murray from escaping from his assailon the Canadian circuit last summer. if humanity and did not ants when attacked by Hrown. Roth Murray's face Is cut In several places forbid. the Keatings have been employed by nnd ho also received n deep gash In tha "In my opinion a force of 7f,000 to Starter Jake Holtman as flagmen. side of the head. Murray is in a seriJOO.OOO men is needed to promptly and llrown Is one of the best known turf- ous condition at his hotel in Cincintuecessfully settle this. This forco men In America. For several years ho nati. Rrown left the track after tho will have to be retained until those who was starter at Newport and several affair, but was later taken Into custody are friendly and take the oath of alle- other tracks. This season he has been and put under bond. The judges giance to the United States are strong racing a stablo of horses. Iio owns the assistant starter and tha enough to protect themselves, other- three of the fastest sprinters in the case will come up for & hearing Friday wise the natives svlll come down from svest in Merry Day, Gold D'Or, and moening at the Queen City race track. the mountains, destroying tho lives Dolly Wlethoff. Murray is still in a SHOT AND KILLED. and property of all who ar.s 'trailers,' precarious condition, but the physs they would call them. 1 think local sicians say he will recover. Ills most Ao Harrison Would Not Talk Aftev sffalrs should, as far as possible, be serious injury Is a gash in the back of Killing llluford Kennett, Although. left in the hands of the natives." the head five inches long. He Surrendered to Ofllclal. Corp. L. II. Price, of the Tennessee To 1'reyent Alleged Election Traml. volunteers, was killed shortly before Lebanon, Ky., Nov. 13. Amos HarLlxinoton. Ky., Nov. 11. Twelve the regiment left the Islands under pehundred citizens of all parties met at rison late Sunday afternoon shot and culiar circumstances. He was subject A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. opera house Thursday night to de- killed llluford Kennett, a well known to fits and somnambulism, and was in the vise methods to prevent alleged elec- farmer, who resides at Uradfordsville. Macnilne of Nltro.Uljcerln Let do k'ear the habit of sleeping with a red oloth tion frauds. Judges Geo. Denny and The shooting took place at IlarrisoD'i (lliiin)iur, Hint a Man and Two around his head to protect It from Inhome, near Rileys, this county, but ii U. A. Thornton made addresses counHorses War Illo n to Atoms. sects. One night svhlle asleep ho wanseling force if necessary to prevent it. is impossible to learn particulars. dered by tho line, and as he was reHarrison Sunday night gave himscK Col. W. C. P. Urccklnridge and C. J. Tirn.v, 0., Nov. 14. A magazine turning he was mistaken for a Filipino Uronston were facused by Rradford more temperate. The up to County Judge Kelly. Later he by n member of the 6th Infantry, who tory to store product of their factory, shot him. former pointed ont how Bradley may, was lodged In Jail. Iio refused to see and located two and e. half miles cast under the constitution, continue gov- any one at the jail or make a state THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS. of Glbsonburg, exploded Monday after-uoo- n ernor until his successor is qualified, ment of any kind. It Is said that tho 1:30. or until the federal court settles tho trouble arose ov;r a remark made by The shock was heard it nt towns within n rndiusof 40 miles, and The Workmen' Union of Havana Ueld a question. Ono thousand dollars wcr Kennett about Hrjrrlson's sister, but Sleeting Commemorating Their Pate tho eilccte of the explosion In the imcollected to prosecute alleged frauds this can not be verified. Many Heated Speeches Were Made. ia this county, mediate neighborhood were terrific. Another Methodist School. The mngaidno Is located In the woods Havana, Nov. 13. A meeting of the Judge KTertola Ivot Legally Elected. Bowlino Giiken, Ky., Nov. 13. Tho a quarter of a mile from any dwelling, workmen's unions was held to comFitANVonT, Ky..Nov. 13. The court educational committee for the Louisand this alone prevented a terrible memorate the fate of the Chicago an- of appeals decided that Judge H. C ville conference of the Methodist fort." loss of life. archists, described by the speakers as Evcrsolc wns not legally elected cir- church met hero and appointed a comTho netlon of tho United States govllcnjitnln Card, driver of sto fL-- n. "Chicago martyrs." About 300 cuit judge of the Twenty-seventmittee to select a site for tho building' ernment In requesting assurances from JMI"S aUcndcd. the proceedings at judicial district in November 1898. to of another school similar to tho Van- tTtmm wloau-- t. foreign governments" regarding" ""tho' quarls of rSifleVs! vSwa-C-j- pw ro succcea3uagAT TLrClarU,'a-o-1kUd- y rtcra ox tnc der'bUt iraAnlng school at EUctonu The, "open door" policy in China lias cre- tory at Iiradncr and was unlonuM s handed a spccinl memorial and that Judge W. L. Rrown. who was school will in all probability be loofated Intense satisfaction In llritlsh when the explosion took place. Ju t mbcr of the Jornada, the labororgan. appointed by Gov. llradlcy to servo till cated in the mountains. Glasgow ficial circles. how It happened will never bo known. Its leading editorial referred to the next regular election, was ontltled Campbellsvllle, Jlurksvllle, Columbii "Lord Salisbury," according to the Card and the two horses driven by Lingg, who committed suicide in his '.o hold over till the election of 1809, and Breedings are all pulling for it. ofllclal quoted above, "ha gladly him received the full etTect of the ex cell with a fulminato cartridge which was the first election held at The committee will start to visit acquiesced In this step on the part of plosion. Ho was blown almost to as "an immortal, who preferred to which state, county, city or district November 27. tho United States, which is regarded atoms and only a few shreds of his blow his head to atoms and thus dis- officers were to be elected. as most potent evidence that the United body were found nnd pieces of horse-llcs- h appoint his murderous would-b- e Woman charged Hftu Shooting, ex Feudists Going Armed were found miles nway. States recognize the impossibility of It Is eeutioncrs." Waddv, Ky., Nov. 13. Mrs. Wiley, c London, Ky., Nov. 10. The conducting their foreign alTairs with- supposed that he had a companion but widow of John Wiley, is charged with It called upon all honest workers to of other nations, it is not positively known. feud in Perry county has shooting at Dr. John F. Jesse from out the imitate "tho martyrs." Many heated broken out again. John Kversole killed amb;i3h, seriously wounding him. Tin and as the tlrst practical earnest of Tho explosion made a hole seven speeches were made, the speakers their desiro to conduct eastern nego- feet deep in the solid rock nnd trees In ing capital and the tyrauny of theabus John Davis Monday and both sides are attempt to assassinate the doctoi rich tiations, in concert with European the vicinity were torn to splinters by and calling upon workmen to have now carrying Winchesters. A battle has caused great excitement. Th governments." is expected momentarily. Enoch Jack warrant against Mrs. Wiley was issued the shock. People within miles of ..the faith In the future. son killed Msli faraitn on Otter creek, because she had been heard to threat I'rlre of White 1'lne Lumber Advjsnred. place tvoro knocked Hat, pictures were POWDER MILL EXPLOSION. Clay county, Monday. Dan Parker, en his life, it is said. St. Paul, Minn.. Nov. 11. A La- - torn from walls, dishes thrown out of who was acquitted of killing A. C TurCrosse, Wis., special says: White pine cupboards, windows shattered nnd Msteen Tliuutaud 1'ounds of the Kip'nslTF ner last week at Manchester, was fired Mill i'lant llurned. have agreed houses moved from foundations. All lumber manufacturers Let Loose, Wrecking the. Mill and Louisvillk, Ky., Nov. 13. Tho build, on by a mob of unknown parties, beof tlio windows lu Glbsonburg were upon a uniform mark up in prices, takKllllns the Night Wlchuian. lieved to be Turners. Fifty shots wero ing occupied by the Frank Ualdt Mill. ing clTcct nt once. Tho advance is SO broken. There were about 1.500 quarts Ing Co., nt 300 East Broadway, was de. cents per 1,000 in some grades of di- of glycerin on tho wagon nnd in tho Santa Ciiuz. Gil., Nov. 13. An ex- fired into Parker's house. stroyed by fire Sunday morning, en Card lived in Itradncr, 0., plosion occurred early Sunday morn-inSI a thousand on some magazine. mensions and Mutovk III son for a Ilurglar. tailing a loss of about 940,000. Tha Shock distinctly grades of uppers. Notice is given that and left a family. in the glazing houso of the CalWilliajistowji, Ky., Nov. 10. Sam ifornia powder mill. Four cylinders Brock, an aged farmer living near building and contents wero insured fot nil grades not ndvnnccd now will be felt here. containing 10,000 poundsof powder ex- Owcnton, mistook his son for n burglar 820,000. Tho Aro Is thought to hava shortly, making a uniform advance of DISTRESSING TRAGEDY. been started from spontaneous com. ploded. A small amount was fuse jnd Si per thousand nil around on all stabbed him, inflicting a wound powder and tho remainder blasting from which he died. Brock has disap- bustion. grades. A Yuunc Man, Angrr at tlio. I'oe Fainllf, Drank Aild Instead of Slilky. powder. The explosion wrecked tho peared, and Opened on Them Wlih a shotgun, 1rnnplili Arrlrei at Cape Ion ii. it is feared he has comLouisvisf.- -, Ky., Nov. IS. Gcor-Hi- te, mill, blew down miles of fencing, de- mitted suicide. He went to his homo M'uuiiillnc !even Out of Nine. London, Nov, 14 A dispatch from 7 years rl5, toi of George Hite, stroyed the salt petro warehouse.broko Capo Town to the wnrotllce announced Caiiiiutiikiwville, Mo., Nov. 14. panes of glass in Superintendent Pey- rather late, and finding the window of 1013 West Green street, was probthe nrrival here Monday of tho troopup, supposed burglars were in tho ship Armenian with three batteries of News reaches hero of n distressing ton's residence somcdlstance away and house. He entered in tlie dark and at- ably fatally burned by drinking carartillery and an ammunition column. tragedy at a levee camp, below here. extinguished tho electric lights in tacked his sou before ho recognized bolic acid Mundoy night. The lad thought ho was drinking whisky. Gennnd the troopship Nubia, with tho Charles Pearman, who had for some Santa Cruz. Patrick Hughes, tho night him. reason become angry with a family watchman was killed. erous usa of antidotes partially reNo cause for of Scots guards and half a bntta-ioIteported Killed. Three Itejgrul-to- rs lieved the patient, ulthough his mout the Northamptonshire regiment. This named Poe, cainp to Poe's tent with a the explosion can bo ascertained. Louisvillk, Ky., Nov. 12. A special and throat wero cooked by the acid. double barrelled shot gun aud fired brings the total number of reinforcea. Million Dollar Fire In Montreal. Half from Middlesboro gives an unconfirmments to 13,802, of which about 0,000 both barrels Into the tent, striking MoNTitEAL, Nov. 13. Firo Sunday ed report of the killing in Letcher Leille County OOlolat. and dangerously wounding seven out are already on the way to Durban. destroyed tho biscuit and confection-cr- y county of three regulators, whose Htden, Ky., Nov. 13. Tho Leslies of tho family of nine. One small child wnrchouso of Vlau fc Frere, nnd names are not given. The regulators, county vote, according to the official Airs. Jefferson Davis In l'flnceton. was killed Instantly, one has slucc adjoining buildings on Notre Dame according to the story, were engaged count, is: Taylor, 1,032; Goebel, 34; 14. Mrs. died, nnd the mother is not expected Phinchton, N. J., Nov Jofferson Davis, widow of the Into to live. Pearman escaped ncross the street. The llamcs spread to a big in mistreating two old women, Mrs.. Brown, 5. confederate leader, arrived here from Mississippi river and took refuge in bonded wnrchouso to the south of tho Holbrook and Mrs. Click, when they Died From the Keiult of a Fall. Vlau building aud when the stono had n clash with a crowd of officers New York Monday morning nnd is the Tennessee forests. A nosso fol. Madisonvillk, Ky., Nov. 13. David. of that structure wont down nnd citizens with fatal results. now being entertaineu nt rrinceton lowed nnd captured him, and he is now Adcock, aged 70 years, died Sunday inn. Mrs. Davis is visiting her grand- In jnll here. Pearman is about 21 they crashed into a row of tenement (loehel Men Suspended. from the result of a fall received last houses all of which wero vacant. son Charles Hayes, who is a student t fears old. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 11. Policemen Thursday. Chief Ilcnoit, of tho fire brigade, was the Lawrencevllle school. She atteqc- A Hank In lleoelver's Hands. Dennis McCarthy, William Jenkins and badly Injured nnd a firemnn named ed tho concert held in University lil Well Known Minister Dead. Athicns, Gn., Nov. 14. The Hank of Pelleticr was fatully burned. Total Cnr1es Oberly have been suspended by Monday evening. Winchester, Ky., Nov. 13. Rev. L. Athens was placed In the hands of a loss 8500,000. the board of police commissioners receiver Monday. The stockholders here for taking part in the election. P. Hanks, a well known Methodist Miming. Alleged llurtrlar Arrested. minister, formerly of Ashland, died claim the institution is solvent. The Tlity wcro Goebel men. Halifax. N. S.. Nov. li.rho hero Sunday. SriUNOFlKLn, O., Nov. 13. George schooner Ilnrtlioldl, CnpL AmbeAnn, experts who for somo time have been Stlnley, charged with burglarizing n Majority for Taylor. Taylor Carried Lee, of Annapolis, N. S., from Jacksoiillc, examining the books of Cashier John store Vxhis, Ky., Nov. 19. Tho official in Dayton, was arrested here Flo., September 27, for Martiuhte, is A. Benedict, who invsterlntis.lv Beattvtillk, Ky., Nov. 13. The ofcount as mado by the county board Sunday night. A part of tho goods almissing, and fears for her sntfy aro pcared several months ngo, will not bo leged to have been stolen wcro found Friday gives Taylo- for governor 28 ficial vote in Leo county gives Goebel ready to report wlthiu 00 days. 588, Taylor 770 and Brown 10. entertained. najority. in his possession. More Troops for Manila. Mllllla Chances Made. An Old rend Led ts, Killing. May Contett the Election. Alleged Murderer Suicide. UuitLi.NCJTON, Vt., Nov. 14. Colujiiics, O., Nov. 14. He nation Ten com Salt Ijck, Ky., Nor. 10. In tha Bowlino Giiken, Ky., Nov. 11 Jas. Lravknwouth, Kan., Nov. 11 Waof Kugcno M. Shlnklo as so d lieu- - panics of tho 43d infautry of volunWhite Sulphur preclnot James Kar-riclter Mitchell, confined In the Leaven- M. Simmons, of this city, who is de- -' was shot and instantly killed by tenant of Company I. una lied, at teers left here Monday night for fcated for the state senate out the face via New York nnd the transporl worth county ja.il under an indictment of tho returns, by Bishop Huntsman, James nnd Marshal Pegram. An old Cincinnati, was received nnltccopted for murder, Sunday feud led by Adju Gen. Axllnc. Cfreiicu E, Meade which sails Wednesday. Ther morning by committed suicide hanging himself from the rep., of Allen county, may contest the caped. to tho shooting. Pegram escaptalu aro 1.001 of the 1,000 men on hand. Pntton was commlsslonedJs election. The regiment Is commanded by Col, top of tho coll door. He made a rope of battery A, Cincinnati. Old Grudge Settled. out of parts of n blanket. tarauel 8. Witters Kxplre. Arthur Murray. Vendition of the Trury, Richmond, Ky., Nov. 1L Irvlnsj Ky., Nov. IS. Samuel Louisvillk, Vice I'rrsldeut llobsrt'i Condition. Monday's Nov. Washington, Slay He Governor of Cuba. Stevensou Water;, of tho firm of Johnson was shot In tha forehead by Patkhao.v, N. J., Nov. 18. Vice Presstatement of the condfon of thu Washington, Nov. 14. llrig. Gen. ident Hobart spent the day chatting Waters A. Garland, milling' supplies, Brock Mundy.who was In turn stabbed, AvalluJa cash bal- - Ludlow, military governor treasury shows: Ho was 61 perhaps fatally, by Johnson. Both of Hava with Mrs. Hobart and those- about him. lied Sunday of m.rcoma. nnce, aU0,4UO,O32j goldftservv, S255. n a, has been spoken of in connectioi of age and leave a widow and are colored, and were drinking. Mundj At 10:30 Sunday night Mr. nobart wat 72ft, 8.V7. will die. It an old grudg with the civil -- oTornonhlD of Cuba. -l- id. sound aslen. London. Nov. H, Careful Inquiries reveals nothing extiuit In diplomatic circles here lo justify the alarm. t view taken by n hcctlon of the pi ess regarding the hltiintion in the fnr east. That n tier ou denouement U mi viose nt hand as iudik.i'.'d hy advice fruu. .shanghai during the lat 24hourlt regarded as incredible. For a long lime It has be mi Known here that China and Jap. ii were cioculy allied, but neither British nor Ainericnu diplomats in Loinhn believe that tliU tilliniice Is of an nature. At any rate it can be nsNcriod positively that If Japan and l hum nggresstve action tig.Utist Russia, Lord Salisbury is not nware of their Intention, and it is scarcely prob-abl-e that those powers would deeldo upon any definite course without at least consulting Great llritalu who, in the nature of thing., would be their ally, whether active or passive. However while tho foreign ofllelals have no information tending to confirm recent sensational reports, they havo come to regard the eastern problem as so dlflicult In respect of getting accurate Information that they would be surprised at nothing. They havo endeavored to take prcciutlons against everything. In the words of tho llritlsh olllclul "while leporW of n rupture between Russia and Japan easy nrc of creation, and while they are liable to constant reiteration, so long as tho diplomats of the press continue-tview tho far east with such serious attention, It Is certainly palpable that If Japan really means to strike a serious blow nt Russian control she must do It quickly, for very soon Russia will bo far stronger than alio Is now." Discussing the bearings of Russia's net" navnl estimates upon this question, the ofllclal asserted that these certainly Ind Icatcd the intention of tho czar to Increase tho Russian fleet in Chinese waters which, If done on the scope outlined in the estimate, would leave Japan but little chance. "Another phase of these reports which has astonished tne,"snid the ofllclal, "Is the suggestion of Chinese cooperation. Thus fir no nation list been able to arouso the Chiueoe to get them to combine In military enterprises. If Japan has done this, or even believes she has then sho has accomplished more than Grent Ilrltatn or Russia in a century of ef1 olY.-iisiV- e te sutll-clrntly Manila, Not. 14. The United States cruiser Charleston, which had been patroling thu northern coast of Luton, was wrecked on a reef of the northwest coast Tueod.iy, November 7. All on board were iived. i he crti v?r Charleston which wai built in sail Frmicisco In 1HS8, had n displacement of IJ.7S0 tons, wum 812 feel 7 inches in length. 4ft feet 'i Inche in beam find 21 feetS Inches In draught. Shu was of steel, having two propellers one funnel nnd two masts with military tops. She had the following armament: guns six O'ineh guns, four Two six two two machine guns nnd one light gun with four torpedo tubes, she had a complement of :!00 men. Wahiiinoton, Nov. 14. The Charleston has been In Asiatic waters for more than n year. She was one of the first vessels to be sent to Manila nftcr thu destruction of the Spanish lleet by Ailin. Dewey, the navy department utilizing her,for tho purpose of sending ammunition nnd other supplies for tho Asiatic station. Just previous to her Assignment to that hho duty had been overhauled at the Marc island navy yard, San i'rnnclsco, nnd therefore wns In prime condition for herdutiev The Charleston Is one of the vessels of 'more recent construction and belongs to thnt class which is commonly referred to as the "new navy." She has a full complement of ofllccrs nnd crew. thu Lieut. McDonald describes Charleston when he last saw her as hard and fast aground, with her bottom stove, and well out of the water. She Is hard aground on a hidden reef In 35 fathoms of water on both sides. nessee - 3t3 a35'j.J3 3.a(339' I self-intere- sus-peud- ed nltro-glyccrl- mlro-glycTrl- n 7M'tb S h nn; thes,-plac- cs French-Evcrsol- g ilU.-n- k Ma-nll- u - u : --- -- i rrt--rvr- -;v- nuupwmwi fyyw,y rrTgl en . , 'V fc nTl .iff-"".'!.- . THE HICKMAN COURIER, (Jeorge Wtirrcn. HICKMAN, KY FRIDAY, : : : LOCAL NEWS. Wo look upon tho muu with M'orn Who always like to blow his lioru, Aud wherefore id it thus? Because in boasting of tho way His worth increases day by day Ho leaves us little chtiuce to say Nice things concerning us? -- JL 4 WMHKMJ,HiHfc NOV. 17, 1899. THE KENTUCKY Calmness, ELECTION. . H 1 the more difficult, To begin with, an immense uumber of Democrats believe, aud are thoroughly honest in the belief, that the Republicans stole the Stale of Kentucky for MoKiuley in 1890. TIiib belief led to the enactment of wnut is called the Ooebel election law. Ou the other hand, there are thousands of Itepublieuns and many Democrats who, equally as honest, beliee that (he Goebel law was enaoted by Goebel and others for the main purpose of counting the Republicans out of stealiug the State if necessary. Unfortunately the vote iu the State is very close, and each side believing that the other is capable and contemplating fraud and robbery. The Gourieu is of the opinion that this great bitterness and distrust pertatus more ex clusively to the active politicians, and that a great majority of the people want the election settled fairly and honestly, no matter who it elects Governor. Who may be Governor, is a small thing compared to the honesty of the ballot. That irregularities occurred in the election, no one doubts; that there waB some fraud, some dishonesty, somo corruption, we fear is true; but it ib, perhaps, bitter ness to charge that such was nil on one aide. In Nelson county, 73 votes were cast for Wm. S.Taylor and 1198 for Wm. P. Taylor. The Ooonty Commissioners give Wm. S. Taylor, the Republican nominee, only the 73 votes, when in all truth tne 1198 denied him were intended to be cast for him. They say that the law striotly forbids them being given him. However this may be, there should be Borne way to give these 1198 votes to Taylor, for they were honestly intended for County Court was in session Monday. Tho now Governor of Kentucky should bo inaugurated Dec. Mr. Watt Gardner, of Terrell, Else. was iu liiukmau, Sunday. Mrs. Woodford Nailor, SO years of age, died iu Uuiou Oity, Sunday. The result of the Kentucky Several Couples drove over to the eleottou presents most serious minstrels at Uuiou City, last week. conditions, but we have an ubhl It never occurs to a boy that ho will log faitli that fairness and honesty some day know as little as his fattier. Says an old bachelor : ''A wifo Is will prevail, for an immense ma an attachment that makes a man husJorlty of the people, Democrats tle." "and Republicans alike, want nothFoi'xn Stcol framo Spectacles, ou ing else. The State campaign has river road below Hickman. Call at this been the most bitter in the histo- otlicu. Dou't hide your light under a bushry of the State, and, therefore, el It may maku some ouo a peck of reconciliation seems trouble. the way to Fairness. Honor, Should Outweigh All th. Teu-uesso- "DEWEY?" I GUESS WE DO! as Lead the Market W WB A ! in the Lines We Handle. Tho wise merchant who expects to get his share of tho mmmiu's trade will advertise. m. Douglass left The family of Saturday uight tor New Maitnd, Mo., where thoy wll reside in tho tuture. Tho Dyersburg Herald has a machine, tho first over introduced into a country printing otllco iu tho typo-bettin- There are none in this section that are our Superiors in Quality of Goods or in the making of Low Prices. THE ITEMS BELOW. kXVWY. Prr g South. Shoes. Shoe selling now for f0 cents tliut are usually bold for not less tiiuti $1.26. A Harness. In Harness and Saddlery we are quartcrs. licud- - ktuus, apply to " For undressed Lumber of all Suaw a Williams election. A good Suit of Clothes for $3.00. There will be some changes among our merchants next year, ana the prospects are that trade will be increased aud enlarged. , A stock of Ties iu Holiday lines, that You have uo doubt observed that it in Fashionable Colors and Style ol Cut, is only after you have mado a unstako date as Paris. ore us up-tthat people begin to tell you how it co j Id have been avoided. For Bargains iu Jewelry call ou Handle as ho is cloning his stock out at A line of Ladies Shoes from $3.00 to a big sacrifice. that only the "ultra" can appreLOST. At tho Woodland Mills Barbecuo and Coufederato ciate. gold rimmed double lens spectacles. Return to tho Courier olllce. You will find us in the list of Lowest Bo kiud enough to seud tho names Prices us well as those of the highest. of your visitors to us, or if you are on a visit let us kuow. Thou wo will uot disappoint your friends. Tho Baptist church at Union City, as a religious body, voted a petition to Congress not to permit Roberts, the Mormon, to tako his seat iu Cougretvj. Coou hunting is uow all tho rago" jHrHHHr-MHJHKH-H HKKS-H- K among the co.mtry boys. Every available dog is mustered into service, aud iciuiiua ivrw in poiiuiiiui. our War is Yif DON'T FORGET THAT The Woman's Exchange, of Union City, asks auy lady who would liko a Th ft fjL'htlnj! In South Africa Tie- German or Swede woman for house- tween the English nml the Doers work to notify tho Exchange through is represented iih being very fierce Secuetahy, pro tern. tho mail. aud is attended with great lost) of life. Tho cruelty of war is bo ter rible that it (Iocs look to be inhuman uud brutal for nations tu ever engage in It. Oar Christian vote for Governor and State otllcers, Dec. 4th. tho fourth Monday after tho Tho State Comuibiouers count tho Clothing. Ties. Groceries. In our Grocery line we quote: Arbticklu Ooflec ut 10c per puckage. Fresh Mince Meat, iu packages, nt 10c. Chicken Tuinnle, in cans, delightful for lunch, nt 10 vents. canned Lye Hominy, 10c Hest Flour per barrel, $i 00. Sugars, Coflces and other things, at the very lowest prices. Old-lushioncd o Ladies Shoes. Re-un'o- Hardware. Ah full and complete a line of Hardware as can lbe found in the oitv., nud nrieo.s ,, are right. m - go-lu- g 2 8- H!rWriHhHhir$rK o I ou and Mattings at H. Sale. C. B. J3uy your Carpets I Buchanan's Closing should bo able to civilization avert war by sensible uud reason able terms. Six Frightful Failures. i '.I Lightning struck tho house of Mr. Haekett. Tuesday morning, tearing tho roof aud nearly demolishing one room. Fortunately none of tho funiily were iujured, and fortunately tho house did not ignite. Tho road tax was defeated in HickCarlman County by only 2.' votes. him. isle and Ballard adopted it, and rofuso to On the other side, in Knox and chaugo back to tho old system. Next County, it will wiu Johnson counties, it is said that timo then Fulton in Hickmanlino. will fall iu aud tissue ballots were used, and that are hero to stay and doing fc. iu one Lonisyille precinct 1127 business Wothe old stand, opposite ut more ballots were counted than store. No ono will appreciate there were voters In the precinct, vour patronago more, or take more pleasure in trying topleasoyou than wo Wit-ting's Urate Explorer Like Stanley and Livingstone, found It iinrucr in ovon-omjiaiarui, r ever nuit 1. 1 vrry ami Ague, aud Typhoid dn.eao germs than nihIiIc savage cauuiltuU. hut thousands have Helow INwt olllce, nud opjKwitc It 11 fouud that Electric Hitler in a wonder Ocpot K v o p n Surrey. Haggles, ful cure for all malarial dlmswo If I lorn. Arc , for hire Every necomo-dattoyou have chills with fever, uohiw Iu buck given Your patronage solicit-eof neck and head, and tired, Morn out feeling, a trial will comttice you of their merit W. A Null, of Wel.h. 111., "My children suffered for more write than a year with chill aud fever, then two bottles of Electric Hitter cured them Only 60 cents Try them Guaranteed. Sold by all DniggUu THE STEVE STAR. '! ii L . C. E EAKER, Six terrible failure of six different doctors nearly sent Wm. II Mullen, ot Locklaud, O., to iui early grove Allj said lie nail a ratal lung trouble ami that ho mast soon die. But he was urged to try Dr. King' New Discovery After takiug five for Consumption. bottles ho was eutireSy cured It is positively guaranteed to euro all diseases of Throat, Chest aud Lungs, including Coughs, Colds, La (JrwjK), Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever, ('roup, Whooping Cough. 60o and $1.00 Trial Lottlo freo at all drug stores. At to Long Life. HARNESS and AND FULLY ARE OH EAR! Gl'AIU.MEKI), AND TIU- T- since the lust Presidential Democrats havo Iteen Powoll Dloolc, Clinton St lighting Doinoorats. It Is time to stop thlr suicidal polity purehfr,! - (I'.K-rrHiucV f BUGGIES fighting the ItepublicHiis.and go to J HJtigItuiiiltirmi. tinJ C . Haul.) lr..i 10 ll ail frifii.l. to rati. Fc1j UewU . KVKU General. Grocer, r .eleution lir Clinier nj llarj-in- Faimers I Free Column. In Cash we Trust, Under (hit heading will hen afier be published notices not to exceed 0 hues each, from farmers who are Hubsrrib-crx, who have horses, mule, cows, product, seed, &o., for sale, free of cliargo. I DR. W. K. BRIGHT, i. K ? - ! . 11 and that like frauds nud wrongs were perpetrated in other parts of the State which increased Tay lor's vote more than enough to offset the Nelson county advantage to Goebel. Outsiders cannot determine the truth of such charges. But all honest men can say, aud should say for the proper officers, to dis countenance wrong and fraud, no matter by whom perpetrated or in whose favor, and let the man fairly elected be inaugurated Governor of Kentucky. barbers, A aud II. will uiiowkll, h. u. H. Ivy. : valu-wel- l And Prices tie Bust! So. calfforwde. A good No 1 .11 1 flcli Abuse of Goebel made votes for IN 1890 enough Gold Democrats him nud abuse of Brown made voted the Republican ticket to votes for Taylor. have Kentucky counted for Ono of our exchanges, usually a vrry truthful paper, perpetrates tiio foland this year enough lowing, which, to say tho least, is very Brown Free Silver Democrats funny : farmer recently hired a very out of tho reforma'voted for the Republicans to come iuexperienced boytho place. Ono morntory to help about very near, if they have not abso- - ing ho told tho lad to salt tho calf in a The 'lately, given tho State to Taylor. the pasture aud boy took about tho rubbed it all over quart of salt Is fair play; but Isn't it calf, working it into the hair. A gang Til for tat time for Democrats to stop such of colts iu tho pasture scented salt aud got alter tho calf. They licked all tho foolishness! .wc-Kinle- when ho said "Corn loaned to hogs is cash and a good investment, safe and at a very largo iuterest. A hog is a condenser; ho will put ten bushels of corn in less space thun a bushel measure. Ho has been styled a mauufac-ture- r of hams, lard, hair brushes, head cheeso, tooth brushes, gluo, buttons, fertilizer, tats, bacou, knife handles, soap, Whistles, nansago and satisfaction. lie converts com into coin and can buy what he will. tSf To all my old customers that havo Watches thoy bought from Buck Bros., I will clean them good and guarantee to keep time, for 40c. ABUSE in politics don't pay. writer put the matter very aptly Diagrams prepared for one of the largest Insurance companies to illustrate he comparative longevity of clergymen, fitniif r 4, teueherN, lawyers and doctors, rhow that 42 out of every 170 ministers of the gospel reach the nge of 70. The farmers come next, their proportion for 70 years being 40 out of 170. Next come the teachers with 34; the lawyers 25; the doctors lust with only 24 out of 170. by an ex-pert inileh cow, with youiiK O H Tiiuki.kui.d. For .Sale. (ou. - PHYSICIAN. i& Olllce over WlUon's Hook Store, Uolcnmbo Hullding, I L I H, lil l CI) . WHEN THEY (10 I.N. Twenty-fivMammoth Uronro Tur- HICKMAN, keys, good strain Will sell singly, iu pairs or tri(H A M. McCU'itB, J Haily farm, 5 uilles East of Hickman. e KSNTUCS A. I OLIVER. How a '(lood Thing" U'orl. The central method of trust organization Ib to orush competition. Its main motive is to establish monopoly. Should individual enterprise have the temerity to embark in the production of any article which the trust Is producing bat ouo result will follow. The Individual enterprise will be destroyed. Competition and a trust cannot co I ft I. . i? ald, is reported to have said that will bo the chief issue made by the Democrats iu the presidential campaign. He did not define what Ism" was Intended to mean, which be should have done, for all good Democrats do not construe the firm tot lame way, "anti-Imperi- hair off the calf's back aud tried to lick tho hide off, too. The farmer tried to Imperialism Means J catch tho calf and wash it off, but tho creature, thinking he wanted to lick Richard Oroker, in an Interview too, kept out of tho way. Tho boy, farmer, aro all uuhappy Tho published in tho New York Her- calf and tho only ones who had the fun. colts are vision of profits with exist. A trust tolerates no u di- tor. Tratlo autocracy is its OS' Bence. Its reign means absolute mnnarohy over the market, The tyrannou" methods of trusts competi- Now is your opportunity to buy a pair o celebrated Brown Shoes. All go at cost at Buchanan's, are felt in every household in the land. TImw are levying heavy tribute upon the necessities of life and driving the iron of exorbitant prices into the souls of denend- ent trades aud industries. As an example of their oppression of the latter, a contemporary points to the tactics pursued by the steel The newly elected Governor of Kentucky will tie iuHngurmfd ou the fifth Tuesday after hi election, which thin year will In, on December 12th. The Lieutenant Giivernor and other Slate "Ulcers will take charge of their o flic-- a nt the name time. The Governor Is elected for a term of fonryurs, aud should he die before his ttrtn of oftlce expires the Lieut Governor is appointed to fill the 'a cauey and serve in that capaoiy until the next regular election. The members of the Omen) Assembly tho Representative and Senators take possession o, their offices on the 1st Ihv of JaU' uary following their election. This Representatives are elected for A term- of two years, while half of, the Senators serve two years and half four yearn. The length of the.r term of office Is determined by lot ut the first meeting of the General Assembly. Another election which takes place this year, and one which in of Nationel aa well as local importance, is the elecion of a United Stales Senator. Tin sue cessfnl candidate for thin high office must receive the voteB of a majority of the members of the General Assembly oast iu a joint - All persons Indebted to Sandeni & I! I OK. MAN, KHNTUOKV. ,y note or otherwise, as tho paA per comes due. are respectfully requestTllAbl.n iou WM1 IJIfkniHlili,k. ,onf, or rrpslr In ed to camo aud settle the simie with "ngon.. &c llorfplu.nir roUllv Sept. 27 K E HEEVES & CO I aUo kf,p n r nr 0f HeeveH ., Notice. Blacksmith and Undertaker A Golden Opportunity- ' - a Commrin Iloeon,l, ni.l Soll.l llUok Malnnl Coffins Mini rum, which run li liMd ill' in shnrl nnilcr. M.'l nl rnn-ahl- f Undortakor' Ooodc prlre. Oivs nu s call. 8)U Shop ueitr the Jnil. H. F. REMLEY, j5Si ALtorney-ai-Law- . (& KENTUCKY. Oflloo HICKMAN, Holcombo Bulld- In?. loffeWOfeE iw'h your chance tor a parlor suit. Wo iu ye several sulta which wo will, for tho next ilu days offor at a hig sacrifice. Also a bean-tifu- l lino pf Itoeklug Chairs, in pak or Imitation Mahogany fall uud examine, our goods before hnyiiig. flu-Ifl- Will practice in all Uourtsof tho State DR. S. K. DAVIDSON HICKMAN, KENTUCKY truit, VWtiPf. Stephens & Smith, Office over Oowglll & Oowgill'i Drag Start, --- " - yt'w , Itullroutl Time Tuule. N., 0. & St. L. K. K. Trlu Trlu LEAVKHj No. t3 t V.30 I', m. JlAltltlKD. STONU-HUDSON. AllltlVKH: Tratu No. ti, Tr.lu Nu. 4, !!.M . . On m. oi. hut Wednesday evening nt eight Preu-byteria- Nu,3, ktU.Ulc u. Local and Personal. Shaw's fur aiioes, Shaw'u for Hamem, Shaw'u for Clothing, Hlmw's for Groceries, Shaw'u for Hardware, Shaw's forQucenwwaro. Hobt. Salmon In toaohlug inuslo nt Maiden, Mo. Mm. Kiln IIeuderon lnu been vinit Iuk iuUuiou City. Muudo Cook, of Corydou, U H. T. Uivvw. , Clock, half f-Solid oak, HL'ck'h. Hour itrlke, f 12 nt Percy Jonen mid Howiu Oiwo vpuut Wednesday in Unluu City. Mm. Geo. Warren returned from n short visit to Niudivlllo, Monday. Dtir Hnndlo offer IiU entire stock of Jewelry nt a blj; reduction. vis-itlii- -- Mm. l , Ushers, Mensrs. Sam Haker, Roger Grooms und Ed Walter DelJow and Peter 1'rathcr Drawer. had bindm-m- i in Hickman, Sunday. The present) received were handsonio Mr. Li.iu Mitchell, of St. Loulo, and numerous from their many friends u ymltliiK her motor, Mrn. Senter Hob-tjrt- in dili'urent place. Milan (Tenn ) Earnest-Sweariugeu- thirty o'clock, at tho Cumberland church, in tho city or Greenfield, Mr. Lowry Stone nud Miss Etta Hudson were united lu tho holy bonds ot matrimony, Hev. Anthony, pastor of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church In Greenfield, performing the ceremony in his usual impm manuer. Tho church was beautifully decorated and long borons tho time for tho ceremony tho church was filled with trlendH ot both parties. Mr. Stono grow to young manhood in Milan, and whilo lio resided here, none were more popular lu social and business circles. Ho was a lieutenant in Company K, 2nd Teuucatee, und since ho was mustered out luw resided in Hickman, Ky. Ills bride is tho daughter of Dr Hudson, of Greeufleld, und by her talents aud beauty of person, him won a host of friends hi and about Milan. Mendelssohn's weddiuu march was beautifully rendered by Xibw Essio SweariuKt'ii aud during tho ceremony she played "Call Mo Thino Own." Tho attendants wero Misses Ethel Lyon, Hyrdlo Hay, Alba Swaim, Graco Shannon and Huth Stone, and Messrs. A. It. Stono, Ira H, Taylor. Tausil Fred l'enrco and Chas F Haltxer u Uras-Hel- r ,r-- - - t iiWlAl,S Ladies TailorMade Suits We have just a few Suits left, which wo will sell at lecH thnu manufacturers' prices. Ulack nnd Navy Ulno Storm Siiigo Suits -- Coats Silk lined, regular pnee 'Jll 60; reduced to. QQ (IK vO.t go ft WE BLAZED THE WAY ! Mnde tho popular priced SHOES. Lowered tho Price and Raised the Quality. Nnvy Dlno Storm Sergo Suits- - Silk lined Coat, with Tunic regular price $ia.G0, reduced Oversklrt, Qq to Grey Mixed Homcupun Suit Silk lined Cont. with Tunio Oversklrt; regutnr price SIMX), ruUuced J Q il Nnvy Blno Venetian Cloth, hundsoiiicly braided, tight-fit- ting Coat with braided Oversklrt; regu- - t "IJLQ lnr price, $18.60; reduced to ' That's Why We Sell So Many Shoes don't sell-Chea- lr.OU I WE GIVE more Stylo and more Service for the money. Wo Cheap. Wo sell Hlah Grades at Low Prices. Shoes, because good Shoes Baltzer & Dodds. FINE SHOES $3 AND ' $3.50. can't be sold Hustler. ifc'V''WW' V. w w Ih-- I Miw Norn Iliuikitu, of Frederick bure, Vn., U vUitiiiK her nnut, Mm J, 1.. i' uquu. Vl-'armertf- , cnll with your produce custom-mad- e mTIj. SUA WS HIk Store. nt ". thu Mm. Horace Luteu,nf Fulton, vbdt her liiuther, Mm. Mttgk'le Hniidlu, 400 Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buchanan's. WA2ST THE at lloiut'. uniiut.v. Don't You Dread It I Black and Tan Vic! Kid, Calf Lined; Box Calf, Calf Lined; Viscol Tanned Ualf. Waterproof Shoes. For heavy grade high cut Shoes or Bools for mud nnd water. Ill Box Calf, Graiued Calt, Kangaroo Calf, or Kip. wo can show you just what you want, aud tho price will bo made to suit you, from $1.25 to $3.60. week VUUKT HOUSE. u U. B. Smideni nnd children nru Mr nt homo ukuIii, vhdtltiK her mother, Mrs. McUutchuu. - 1.GU will buy n Holld u'old Opal Buck's. HitiK nt Henry Frolt-meleMbw llnuna nud Mr of Derkiln, Mo., aro Kiiextnof Mnt. A. J. Olnywell. -- Ml George oleic, from Mimtouri, KtK-n-t with Mb Mnbel several day Clay well thU week. Fulton Citizens Will Give the County 120,000 Rulldlng. Capt t;, hiivh a Vasliin.'ton 0.7DL' vnteH- -u Goebel there will have to he an majority of 2.210 over Taylor electinn held to eetlle the PresiThin does not look liko hi liome dential content. popli rcpird hltn hh the "lerrllih' Used by Ilrltlsh .Soldiers In Africa. senundrel" hin oppoiiditH pictured him to be in the late cuiivue. Capt. G. O. Deuuiton is well known coriew-IMiudeire-lwd In hid home Kenton, NevprtheleHH and uotwithNtand-I- BUY OUR n it 3.C0 Calf-Line- d Heavy Shoes. ' YOU want tho Shoes. COME to seo us. WE NEED your monoy. ' culating a list for tho citizens to for the fl!0,000 court House in this city whioh' they will givo to thu county for tho privilege of having the county court aomblo hero. Tlio llrst 00 man Hiibscribetl 1,000 and others and fllOO Let cverv one sulwcrilKi liberally and hnvu tho new court houso in WlU'iiieinliT, Handle him moved Fulton. Leader. M. Hank. hi Jewelry tru next to F. & Give him a call. Editor Sees Wouders. Mr. Virginia Gardner nud Hon. of Editor W. V. Barry, of Lexington, Martin, npeiit utivcnil day with Mr. Tenn , in explorlug Mammoth Cave, M. Handle, tlibt week. contraoted a severe enso of Files. His MU Nettle Wliinctt, of Muylleld, quick cure through using Ducklen's Arnnd Mr Willie Vinett, of Fulton, nru nica Salvo convinced him it is another KuentM of MU Mattlo Travw. world's wonder Cures File, Injuries, Handle ha un expert Watch, iHtlainniatlon.aud nil Bodily Eruptions T maker nud Jeweler. Give him your re- Only V!6c, nt all drug stores. pair work. Child Drowned MIm Cnrrie I'arhain nnd brother, ofOottaKe Grove, nro visiting Monsr Tho llttlo child, 2 years old, of Mr. Hino uml Hill Par ham. near town. m Geo. Boott, wIioHyw ticnr nyoti"Wo MU May- - Oleiui, who hu attending hoiiooI In Greenllold, Ky . Chein, nbovo Hickmnn, was drowned, was in town, thl week, uuronto to Monday. Mrs. Scott was cooking supTiptonvllle to teach whool per, and tho child playing in another new Niipply of Carpet rtHm foil Into a basin continuing gjtgr A Sample just received. New Pattern nbout live inches of water, and wiw and very cheap Call and iteo them. drowned. H O Amhkiui. 100-b- t sub-serir, J. I. Tyler and othen are cir- all over Africa as commander of tho forces that captured the famous rebel (inlisho. Under date of Nov 4, 1897, ciiiulleHt republic in Hie from Vrybnrg, Becliaualnnd, ho writes : Th world Ih (hat of Tnvnlnra, an in "Before starting ou tho last campaign,s of Chamberlain with-a- n I bought a quantity latiilnbout live miles Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a little mote which I used myself when troubled iiveri; width of than half n mill', ulttlnted nbout a with bowel complaint, aud had given to caso It proved dozon miles to the northeiiHt of my men. "and In every Cowgiil & Cow-gil- l. For sale by The total population of beneficial Sardinia. Hickman, aud A. M. Shaw, Stato tin whole ronublio doc not ex Line, Druggists. eleut a Presiceed 00, but they Smallest Kepiihlic. S r WOE & jraii. THE SHOEISTS lon, dent every hix yearn, and a Uoun-el- l of hix metiibcrs all of whom Herve the State without pay. The women of thin island o to the poll- - and vote with the men, and .vr since It became a republic, in 1880, nil public biifineNH linn hfoti tratiMicted without turmoil; the electloiiM takinu placi without nay Intih pnrtj feeliu' or undue Come fr'orwuril I Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE l . . AND TO (JET All pentons indebted to O. A. Hoi- cuiaroaru not lueci mai wiuy muhi cuiiiu forward nnd settle. Delays nro dnu-gero- Verbum Sapient!. exruenieni V1ioiitirrnlnn-lnln-Inlnt-Ct.J a The farm near Hickman, knowu hh the tt W Powell place, near Dyeraburg road, is offered fnr rent. 100 acres cle ind. very good houses, orchard, &c. turtner lulormutiou, apply to 6-- B'nrin for Itcul. GOOD FRESH BREADS GO TO THE lew City Bafcenj. .UKOWAllUKK., ers, Mil .Not lnu; Mv wife has been nsiiiK Iain's Pain nalm. with gocwl rvaulH, for a lame shoulder tli.it ha pained her o hao iMiniinnallv for nine years. tried all kinds id" medicines and doctors i without receiving any benefit from any of them Oaeday wosaw an advertieinent for this metlicine aud thought of Personal JonrniilUiu. 1M Sergeant, Will Handle, wo learn trviug it, which we did with the hat) been (twchnrKed from the U S. Arof s itiifaetioa. She has used only one my, byoaim-o- f phvicul inabllltiiti. Ho idea that n There is a tuiidakcii bottle aud her shoulder is nliuost well. wax ho le promoted to nvcoml Lieut. ought to bo forever ronsting hoiiio ADOi.nt L Mh.i.ktt, Mnnclie?ter, r. For sale by uowgtll x Uowgiu. Mni. Siimui Peter, of Gold Field, one in order to maintain iU reputution H Colorado. U vUitliiK her tter, Mm. F. its a fearlcns, independent journal. Wo Illckinan, Ky.. and A. M. Shaw, State Druggists. of 1). Salmon. Sho inn have no patienco with such an editor, Hue. Mr. Get) Marshall, and luw been in or corrcsiHmdent cither, as to that. Tho Colorado for lfi yearn. The hieito f Kliaberlej. nowspajHT ought to speak In no uncer, tain terms on all (juestlons of principle, Mr. A. F Kiwtwood, of Lake roun-tyof The bombatiltiient of Klmborloy Tenn , ih'ih hoiiio day in Hickman of right or wrong, buttho roasting ox- thl week. Ho represent the crop yield individuals does not belong to him, will be notable in hinlotv uh the thiit county larger than existed, cept in oxtremo eases, aim hoi imuu promise then. attack on the ttteateHt ireiiHUro- price better, nud everything to Ik) lovely and the goose Iiuugri high. houue tho world ban ever known. JiinI IIh'Ivm1. my My htook of Ladies and Mhwe Not oU does the city coniptlse Nlco all Wool Bed Blankets Whito diaShoe cannot bo urpaod. They are and cheap within ltd limit h the riohoHt the bet that can be bought. Examine und Hod. They nro beauties Amhuiiu. In tho world. whiiHO mond mint H. O. ' hem. Value ir literullv beyond the dream II. O. Ammkimi. are stored of avariuo but tln-rSOCIAL ENTEUT USSIEST. The many friend of Mr. and Mrs. hero iMiorinoiin HMicktof the gems K. Fonl nympnthuo deeply with Jno. Quito a social event occurred nt the iliouiHPlvt'N. liood authoriiii'H them in tho death of their 6 year old sad event oc- residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hino Par- - have eMtliiuited t lit amount ofdia-mooddaughter, Gladys, which kepi on hniiil to be iin hiuh curred at their home lu Fulton, on Sat- ham, in honor of their cousins, Miss urday night hist. Sho was a bright, in- Carrie Parham nnd brother. woith. Id one a s $100,000,000 teresting little child. on exhibition After u few hours ot pleasant con- room are alw-nCongratulations aro extended law- verse, mingled with wit aud humor, sioiiee weighing 00,000 carats, a to paryer T. N. Smith, upon the happy event our charming ho.tuw invited us refresh- tl.izzliiif; and pricidesH treunure. of his iimrrhiKU to Mrs S.illlo House take of u number of delicate (o the 'liiiieH .Meld din inntid Tom Smith is ouo of tho most worthy ments, as the uiouioutH rolled on, we Tho , , ,imt lumnliir vounit men in Fulton coun wero suddeuiy awaieueu mjuio in".-- amount ol 2.000,000 cumin minimi-lyof friends shower bless- aud bidding our host and hostess good worth 25,000 OdO, and during ty, and ymrn h ings upon him und his chosen compan- night, wishing wo could repeat our tho ItiHt twenty flv pleasant time in tho near future, winch produced, it in estlmnteil, no Ichh ion. by ouo who was will never bo forgotten than ten ioiih of thcein-i- . worth a truest Tho nttoudaiiui wero aud ?300,000,000 uncut, and cOOO.000.-000- . Carrio Parham, of Cottage Grovo Georgu Metheuy ; Eluora Meacliam aud The llgureri are Btupeniloiis, Spear Parham ; Rosa Watson mid Olios but tail cannot bo questioned. terBoudurant; Lula Owens and Leslie Meacliam; Lvda Maddox aud Arthur UP (JO PRICES. was acci- Townsend; Bessio Maddox Edand Sam ; Mr. Uugono Hlakouioro Adams ouo day Parham ; Lucy Kearby and dentally Hhot through the leg, Crittenden PrchS. and Charlio Parliam, KuhIu Parham hurt week, while returning with a hunt-ini- r Uagglo Henderson and Mr. Hendersou; 'Six montliN ago we sold that party from .Missouri. Tho gun was Lizzie Stubbs and Leouurd Maddox, aud accidentally discharged, tho ball going igou lor (.()( 1C8H than wo can A GUKsr. j'ord to well it now. Six months through tho ilehy part of Hlukeinoro h Pearl Creed and slstor. leg, indicting a painful though not jo wo sold wire for 82 pur cwt. wound. Ho Is Improving rapidly. hat wo muni sell now nt el L'0." Tho above aro tho words of a .1, II. Tottiiton, nootiHotl of local dealer in tho articles named. hl Hlop inothor a till four u,a ",H RfPiH Btlrnnoo in prices uliiltlruu. nour MiiUlon, Mo., luul ncf jp iH not uoiitlned to these urticlefl April, wmi found BulUy of murdor alone, lull the price of overj tliiim at Keiiuott, lust woek, uml lie farmer Iiiih to buy Iihh heeii to bo Iiuiir on December udvniiooil. It's n ciiiidltion nnd 15th. Mllo Hregor?. another not a (henry that confront the whs nlao BOiitonoetl to bo Attentioi, Tax-Paye- rs agricultural olnHtu'H uml working Imiijjcd on the nuiiio day. of-- ' people In gonornl. Why tlun ml tho 1 Mr. EwiTOit-- - I take my pen ton hereby notlty after tho llrst y "1; vanoef Is It liecnuHR of nn or county that to le,t you no that Union is December, 18U0. per cent. wiljfJ ! in ilomund for them; oodf 1 hurd for mo 2 Uko your tmpur. liMl to all unrmld taxes. A worlo tlie Ih it bocauso tho facllllleH for HUB till I ken do to bt torimoKor wlso Is HUlhciout. iimnufiiolnrliiK Iiiih lieeu loHHoned! t t. Stuiuilkkikld. Sinti. fur mlBelf und boys, und hit awl Every tliinKiiifj mind known the ho 1linkmn.il. Kv.. Nov. 14, 'l9. I will pay J'ou tukeH mouov. reasnii8 cannot lio utjaiunuil. It what I owe u nex fawl when I boII is liooHtmo the men who Invent JiinI OpeiH'd ml liuvrgB; If they dou't die wilb . meat store, at tl Rnckot money in tho in nun foot tire of hiioIi tui inw ih meats things colory. N. II. Wove cot unuther Store Htaud, Frenz corner, have learned that they onn uart of house, ootno u week of all kind delivered to baby ut our irtiou of unite under onn miiuiigeiiuMit, out HO, oao lust Thursday nilit. Ill to town. Telophono off competition und make h nulled good pence about It nnd aeud 3 or your patrouftjjo solloltcd. ole of prioea to suit ibowaelvesi 8AW, off for a, we'll mocJ 1 Im-kin-i- t ! y Olt.! Bread, Cakes and Pies Halted Daily ! HEADQUARTEUH VOIt Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, I uows-pape- r Tho Morgan-HardGrain Co., has ostablUhed an agency at Hickman to 1.wii liuim Tinf uv nan' tTtiif. lint banks scales, and opened nn office at tho WPst t11(1 of tho Hmiroad dejwt. T. R. Smoot is ,)oir Ket and ho has tull u(1 uxoillsjvo control of all their husi Persous desiring tilU hW.ti0n m to ri(,j Coru wlll rk,aso C011fer with.Mr. Smoot. aud ho can irivo all necessary information iw tonrices. loading. &c. Seo him before you sell. To the many friends aud persons who asMatcd ami patroui.ed me last season, I return my sincere thanks. Wo nro more conveniently situated this year than formerly. Please cull at my office 11 Iv.i 1 iltillt Mlnilt ITltfl llllfl ftltil ttitii it,oly ,reatl.,i. pr0,npt uttentiou to business shall be my motto IUspect fully. T. R, SMOOT, -- LFRESH 1 OYSTERSJte. 1 nud CELERY RECEIVED DAILY Come Seo Us Fresh Oysters served in nny style, aud at all hours. Telephone 09. New City Bakery. W. R. WEBSTER, DEALER IN , Agent. o " wo wish to auuounco that we have bought the largo stock of Implements, Buggies, Harness, &e , jireviou-l- y owned by San-dor- s & Hooves, and we propose to niako this stock second to uone of the kind in this cud of the Stato. Cnll nud seo us aud satisfy yourself that we mean to sell goods'aud sell them cheaper thau ever beforo. E. E. REEVES & CO. NOTICE! To our old friouds and custouiers, NNI KKNTUCKV AND iNNiraii win, SOLE AGENT FOK "STANDARD" Lincoln County. Peabody Club. . UNION ui rr, TENN. ho-Jt- t BoweilL & . . . SPECIAL OFFER" I propose to ship on upprovol, iu plain Boxes, with no marks to indicate contents. When you receive it ami test it, if it is uot satisfactory return it nt my expense aud I will refund you 83.00. This is u most liberal offer, and I await your orders, Yours very truly. VV. R. WEBSTER. Buchanan's Closing Sale. Big Bargains at II. Dkab Sir: I nm enabled to sell, and hbreby offer yon, four fall quarts of "HOLLWOOD" Seven year old, Double Distilled, RYE WHISKEY, ror3.00, EXPRESS PREPAID. : QaraiL t Druggists IIIi.imiUAltTKKS KOK Supply your wants Stnvn uwtv"u' K.Vf-rvt.mtlf.ll "Majestic" Cooking Ranges, The Best in the World ! You Cannot Hake a IfliNtako intir-(lerin- u at Hickman's Great going at cost. j I III! ! TOMCS, COUCH boii-totiou- il la Buying One of these Ranges! Oue of its Strongest Points is its I mar-.Juro- r, iYRim, ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! life-tim- e tax-paye- AM) Bakes Biscuits in 4 Minutes ''Majestic" means a Buying Light Bread in 40 Minutes. of Economical OookitiS nillilff ARTIIM PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Cull and Kxuiulne Them. You'll Iluy no Oilier. 0ipn.ru id m -- Compounded, TuicGoobel vote and the Brown vote shows tho Stato is safely Democratic wheu the party is united and we believe It will be united next veRf, AT Paducub, Friday, Joseph Enders, a railroad engineer, Bhot and killed Miss Dora Shyer, his sweetheart, aud theu oommltted iniolde by blowing out bit hiatal, 4 ifts&mi. ,w " JTtu tth' JfcwiU f- - rw "!. " notion will not be decided on yonder o must htve our pride subJugaVd, TRYING THEIR BEST. IMPERIALISM, PLAINLY. TAKEN AT HIS WORD. capitollnc hill or nt Maniln or at the our stubborn will mode flexible and n presidential bnllot box, for itl will be supernnturnl power demonstrated in rite True Import of the Adnilnlslra- - The AtlmlnWtrntlnn t'alnrr Uxrrptlon. The Pnrchaarra Complained olmioU settled In Heaven. us nt every step. A pretty plnn of tlnii'a Attlluilr un the l'hll- nl l'rraaurr to Cnrrr Imperot On of Ihr KlnnvnU Dr. Talmage on Divine Interposition Another thing decided in the high salvation that would be, of human 1st the Oil, liiltir (Juration, ialist Slraauras. in Human Affairs. places of the universe is that thisworld, drafting nnd manufacturing! It would Insidious methods nrc always used In the decision rcnehed by President The faculty of terse and forcsful speech with or without ui, will be made over be n doxology sung to ourselves, God Into n scene of arborescencennd purity. must hnve all the glory, not one step for the introduction of that which Is McKlnley and his cabinet advisers to Is ordinarily sn advantage, but occsilonah tnsn gets hoisted by of .ntlona na Well na of In- - Do not think that such a consummation of our heavenly throne made by earth- void of merit. Under the name of pa- urge upon congress in December Uiu A shutling younK New his own tigrsm. Yorker who dlililunU Hrltlril In llfiiifn t'epends upon our personal fidelity. It ly carpentry; not one string could we triotism venality shelters her hideous-ues- immediate passage of n Joint resolution recently established la a branch of the wti oil World JVnt Jovirnril In and under the name of liberty declaring it to be the Intention of the business, lis it set out to net the; pitronsjta will be done anyhow. God's cause does twist of the hnrp of our eternal re of a certain linn. The head o( tls coucern n Hniilinrnril W)', not go If all the soldiers of joicing. Accept nil ns an unmerited crime against God nnd man Is often government to permanently retain the was reluctant to make a change. lesus Christ now living should become donation from the skies, or wo will committed. Mine. Rotund oucc ex Philippines, it is evident that the ad"The oil ve have Iktii Rettinii Is not uo claimed: "Oh, liberty, what crimes ministration proposes to exert all the satisfactory," aald he, "and I fall to art deserters nnd go ocr to the enemy, thnt never hnve It nt all. (Copyright, ISM, by Iritis Klopsch.) "Now," says some one, "if Christ is ate committed in thy name!" She was pressure possible to commit this coun- why we should make a chant. Are there would not defeat the cause. A large any rstr you can offer! How The idea that things In this world part of the Pible is taken up with tell- the only way what about the heathen, mounting the sealTolil steps to execu- try to Imperialism. do you propose ta improve on the old qual nrc tit loose ends tuid going at haphnz-nr- d ing us what he world will be. There Is who hnve never heard of Him?" Hut tion on the block as one of France's This decision followed n cabinet dis- ity ls In this discourse combated by n large army, human and angelic, now you nre not heathen, and why the prompt answer. "In this way," divert u purest patriots. The crime was com- cussion of a report of the Philippines Dr. Tnlmage. The text it. Psalm IIP. in the field, but God's reserve forces nre from the question of our personnl sal- mitted in the name of liberty. The ling commission. The report hnd failed to "I propose to uive the buiiurni my pemonsl attention, I intern! to put some of my brain 8: "Foreer, O Lord, Thy worxl is set- more numerous nnd more mighty than vation? Satan is always Introducing is the potential representative of our grntlfy the president by officially In- into every barrel of oil wc end out." An appeal for Its defense dorsing his Philippine pollcj-- . Themost in Heaven." He could something Irrelevant. tled ".hose now nt the front, and if lie wants to countrj. Th rejoinder pleaird the old geutlcman, This world hns been In process of in Gideon's time rout the Midinnitcs take It out of a personality into an quickens every stunlj and generous im- that could be obtained from the com- ami ne uccame a cunomer. A huy.li'Ut younjt with a crash of crockery, and if He nbst ruction. Get our own salvation set- pulse. On the moment men are ready mission was nn utterance to the effect man few months later the a.jcAunry, and change ever Binee it was created wan ntihcnl la mountains bom, monntnins dying, ntul could In Shnmgnr's time overcome a host tled, and then we will discuss the sal va- - to do and die thnt its folds shall not that the war in the Philippines should In his silence, through Urn they have botli cradle and grave. with nn ox goad, and If in Samson's hu in oiner people, "inn, 6ays some be insulted or Its colors dimmed. To be vigorously prosecuted nut!) order nihility of oil was sllovrrd ttr.dflrrmrstr, ft wa quickly noted, and a letter now on Once this planet wa nil fluid, and no time lie could defeat nn army a. 1th a one. "what percentage of the human trail it in the dust it one of the capital had been reseornl. That this stubbornlilo in the of the pnitrntt, being such as you or I have eer seen blenched jawbone, and if the walls of race will be saved? What will be the sins. To prostitute It for selfish pur ness on the part of the commission It reads olltec records oneWhen we wm "Gentlemen have lived on it a minute. Our Jtricho went down under n blast of comparative number saved nnd Ion?" poses, to use its siguiucnuce mai per- proved n keen disappointment to Mr. induced to could e your product we were sonal thrift may follow, is to invite .McKlnley may easily be believed. That that Mr, lllank put tome of his brains hemisphere turns iu face to the sun perforated ram's horn, nnd if in Christ's There Satan thrusts In the mathematevery barrel of oil Wo deeply regret it nlso alarmed the president tuny also Intoobiene that Mr lllank and len turns its buck. The nxis of day blind eyes were cured by oint- ics of redemption. He suggests that the condemnation of everj libertj to threatened man. Tu use it against those who be credited. the earth's revolution hns sltifted. The ment of spittle, then God can do nny- - vou find out the mathematical proporwith paresis." Washington Star. the protecHe tion nf th redeemed. Hut be not re- pleaded for Its purltj and llemv It Is that the administration earth's center of gravity is changed. thing He says He will do. am now discussing the eter- tion of its character is but little less will bring exceptional pressure to bear Once flowers grew In the arctic nnd has taken onl. one sword out of n w hole ceived. MrtieU It II ST. there was snow in (he tropica There armory of weapons. Do not get nervous, nal vv elfnre of oi.ly two persons, jour-sel- f than sacrilege. In this day It Is being on congress to secure the adoption of Henry A. Salzcr, Manager of the nnd mjsclf. Get ourselves right used to engraft an Imperial policy on nn Imperialist resolution. A personal John A. Snler Seed Co., 1a Crosse, lias been a redistribution of land and ns If the Lord were going to be defent- our countrj. In the iinme of the starry conference with the president, called Wis., also President of the Idaho Gold g sea, the land crumbling into the sea. ed. The redemption of these hem- hi fore wc bother ourselves about others right. O Christ, come hith- banner nn effort is being mtulc to de- bj htm und held in the white house, Coin Mining and Milling Co., Is In luck. the sea swallowing the land. Ice and ispheres was settled in Henxen, nnd fire have fought for the possession of Isaiah and Kzcklel nnd Habal.kuk and er and master our iet Hero are our stroy n people which has been under the fulled to bring the Philippines commis- Thej have nceiitlj stt tick a wonderful Maiachl nnd St. John only reported sins pardon them; our wounds heal joke of tjranny for icnturles. It wns sion to the president's way of thinking deposit of go LI on their properties. As this planet. The chemical composition of it is different now from what what the Lord God Almighty hail de- them; our burdens lift them; our sor- properlj used to drive from the Phil- on the expansion Issue. This result was r. result the stock of the Gold Coin Co. it once was. Volcanoes onee terribly cided upon. My only fear is that our rows comfort them. We want the ippine group of Islands the dccajlng n somewhat disquieting Indication of hns doubled in value. Many of the alive are dead, not one throb of fiery regiment will not get Into the fight to Christ of Lnrtimcus to open our blind monurciij of Spain. Under Its ample the trend of public sentiment. It patrons ot the John A. Salter Seed Co. pulse, not one breath of vapor the 'ii something worthy of the Christ who eyes, the Christ of Mnrthn to help us In folds liberty was enriched. The tjproved nlso thnt the imperialists could nre owners of Gold Ctn Stock. The rant was driven from Luzon ntul nil not n fiord to take chances with conocean chnnglug its amount of saline ledecmed us and we be left in lazy en- our domestic cares, the Christ of Olimines nrc located in the Seven Dcv'l Quantities. The internal fires of the campment at Tampa when we ought vet to help us preach our sermons, the the people of those island rejoiced. gress. The strongest card In their hand District, Idaho. Christ of Lake Galilee to still our tem- Under its stars ui.d stripes nn attempt must be plnyed and it will now be earth ate gradually fating their way to have been at Santiago. True to Naturr Oil, that coming day of the world's pests, the Christ of Lazarus to raise isbeing made to reenslnve the Filipinos. ployed by the president nnd his cabito the surfaces upheaval and subShe What a (toed Icture? sidence of ast realms of continent. perfection! The earth will be so our dead. Not too tired is He to come, To them our government says: "Vou net. I He must be dependants. Wc will inauguHigh up In the palace of the sun nt changed that the sermonology will be though He has on His whipped shoulIf the American congress truly rep- looked No, it sni that ss not well, and I like nn idiot morning. five things nre bettled that nachanged. There will be no more calls ders so long carried the world's woe and rate government for jou, and we will resents the American people, however, least Sh (Intently itudvlns the photoeraph) on Ills lacerated feet walked this way to enforce the government which we give it Is doubtful If it will yield to the Well, it looks exactly like jou, anywsy. tions which go continuously and per- to repentance, for nil will have reYou vou. Vou must not question. on thin Issue nnj more rendllj'or Judge. sistently wrong peiish; that happi-no- s pented; no more gathering of alms for accept our salutation. lly the bloody throes of the moun- have nothing to do with the mnttcr but to a further extent than did the Philipis the result of spiritual condithe poor, for the poor will have been Vajrai Jmnn Crow, Oararvlllr, tion nnd not of earthly environment; enriched; no hospital Sunday, for dis- tain on which Jesus died, nnd by the to obev. If jou clnim that nnothcr pines commission In merelj- - urging the "I feel it my duty to write and let vu that this world is a schoolhoue for jointed bones will have been set and sepulcher where His mutilated bedj system Is belter suited to your people restoration of order In the Philippines. know what jour medicine, '3 I)ro,' hm tplendid or disgraceful graduation; the wounds all healed, nnd the in- was inclosed In I'arkened crypt nnd bv jou nrc iusurgents traitors. Vou do The jwople of thW country nre opened done for me, hv had rheumatttni about IS yer, not n able to May, most I the that with or without us the world is to curable diseases of other times will the Olivet from which He arose, while The know what in good for vour.rlrrj. to Imperialism. The president ntul the tune, untilbut jearago lat be tip when of wj a. United Slates dots. Vou shall not ndlmlnlstration party are arbores-ceuc- e astonished disciples clutched for His have been overcome by a materia rued-ic- a be made over Into a scene of committed to taken down and not ablo to move about. and purity; that all who arc nib and a pharmacy and a dentistry and robes to detain Him In their compan- become a part of the great republic. Imperialism. The national congress Is About an weeks so I taw your silvrrtne-spen-t wrote for a therapeutics that hate conqueled ionship, and bv (he radiant and omnip- Vou must simply and quietly obey, if supposed to represent the people. Mnnj' takiDfsndfew dotei, s asmplc tottle After Joined to the unparalleled One of a it 1hI me so ni'irh good "and Nazareth and Oolgothn will everything that afflicted the nerve or otent throne on which He sits waiting 3 qutKtiun is asked ns to where lies of its republican members are Open In that I ordered otne more for myielf ami for the coming of nil those whose re- hidden the basic principle on wldch their opposition to American expanbe the subjects of a supernal felicity lng or tooth or eye or limb friend and in every rate it h ilnnc wonDr. without any taking off. The poul- demption was settled In Ilenven, I Im nsts our government wc answer: 'Our sion Into the eastern hemisphere. A der and given perfect satisfaction. WoodlilT, my family phyaieian, who ha hail tice and the ointment nnd the panacea plori jou to bow your head In linme-d'nt- people are in charge of the destinies faithful congress will menn ttie rightDo 3ou doubt my first proposition rheumatism 13 years, is taklns'5 I)rep,'and and final submission. Once exer- of jour people. We need these Island, ful triumph of the will of the people ssjs it tbr mot ellietent rhriimatir medthat nntions which go wrong perish? nnd the catholicon and the surgeon's ut not to make them sharers of our over that of the president, We have In this American nation all kni'e and the dentist's forceps nnd the cise iorrovv for what you have done the servant icine, he ha evrr tied. May 31. IMS? " The sIkvo reftrs to "3 Drop," a iierfett descientist's X ray will have fulfilled their nnd exerc'se trust in Him for what lit .iberty and 'mrticlpsnt Iu the exalted of the people. St. Louis Republic. the elements of permanence and cure for glories we ktdncr and s.l kinstruction. We need not borrow from mission. The social life of the world is willing to do, nnd nil is well for both fitted for are winning. You nre unTaw proprietor. Swsn-odred complaint the enjojmrnt of liberty. CLOSE TIN PLATE MILLS. others any trOwcls for upbuilding or will be perfected. In thnt millennial age worlds. Then you can swing out de- You Rheumatic Co.', Iftl l.ake M , Chicago, are ignorant nnd debased nnd nerd offer to (end a 25e sample Ixitlle for onl torches for demolition. Elements of I imagine ourselves landing in front fiance to all oppnMt'nti, human and dia- a lOe dunr( the next TlOday. It sun) to rtad master. We will be jour master Ilrnrflelarlra nf I'rulrellnn Pall In conqucrtng His foes He ruin nihilism, infidelity, ngnosticism, of a house lighted for levee. We enter bolic. their ailvrrtiirmetit of last week. Ar.d have you no- and jou will be our subjects. In short, nmong groups filled with gladness und conquered jours. Krrp Parr llli MeKlnlrr Sabbath desecration, inebriety, sensualin Colosslans that ve are about to enter on an Imperialist-.- . ity, extravagance, fraud; they nre all talking good sense nnd rallying ench ticed that pas-aI'niaprrllr. lliiir II Sonmlril. career. We must commence it bjMy daughter' mutlr," ished the mtb other in plensnntrles nnd in every pos- represents Him "2'nvlng despoiled prin here. Elements of safety . . . others. You enn be made trlbuT. "ha Not long ngo the president and the men nnd women by the scores sible way forwarding good neighbor- cipalities r.nu tiower. Me made a Miov v I ary l.,.'..l" ..,....1 iL. kur-- - "Som to our aims. We cannot take from vice president of a monoolj combine ,rwi. sued let initio,I lur ...... of them, openly triumphing," hood; no looking askance, no whispered of millions, honesty, benevolence, truthr you, suppotcT" Rotton li people a single right which Tin Plate company Traveler. fulness, sett sacrifice, Industry, sobrl-ct- y biukbltlnga, no utrut of prrtrustnii, no InK Immoim urn Hint .t.rw row enjoy, out we ocnj to you called the American a Itomnn triump nppearrd before the Industrial com. oblivion of some one's presence be- tncle-onnd more religion than has charatsocver we maj. To appeal to our mission In Washington nnd told what n ihftplUl.iuti Arnitul r Iliankig; rlns; When Pompey landed at acterized nny nation that has ever ex- cause you do not want to know him; ljr l tiler people in a direct manner to become Im beneficent institution the company wns. isted; they are nil here. The only each one happy, determined on making Italy, returned from hU victories, he perialists would be to hnve On XovamWr 29 nnd no, the jKipular lllc our appeal question is as to w liich of the forces w ill some one else happy; words of honest disbanded the brave men who hnd rejected with scorn. We must approach Thej told how It had put an end to Tour RoutM will tell tlckrU to n illotmieo of ruinous competition and enabled them lit) nil In from atnrtlnc jmIiu nt a of gain dominancy the one class ascend- appreciation instead of hollow flattery; fought under him nnd sent them re- our desire by indirection. fam for tliu round trip. ent, and this United States government, suavities and genialities instead of in- joicing to their homes, n. d, entering the instrument by which You shall be to pay right rojat wages to the men Tlelsia will uii to and Ineluiling the I think, will continue ns long as the flations nnd pomposities; equipage Rome, his emblazoned cii..riot vv at fol- imperialistic power shall be path to emplnjed nnd nt the same time sell tin Ist'l. gained. plate cheaper than It was before the ticket, iI.ntm nml Por full Information n. tc s world exists; the other class ascend- anil upholstery and sculpture nnd paint- lowed by princes in chub s from limit, cnll on lilt; Four he had conquered, and flowers We must practice deception. So. under passage of the McKlnley tariff. nicrntsor Wnrreu J Lynch. ( P A . Adant, and the United Stntes goes into ing paid for; two hours of mental nnd suiii as only grow under those Ita' an the plea of patriotism nnd under the mit ing that the company hnd closed Muh small pieces that other govern- moral improvement; nil the guests able folds of the ling wc will the ments would hardly think them worth to walk ns steadily down the steps of skies st tewed the way, and he came republic nnd take our placedestroy Im- some mills, they snld it hnd opened The Ikithelor DefinM A Dalla mnthct among under arches inscribed with the numrs more than it had closed. They declared with live CTawn daughter delinks bachelor picking up. that mansion us when they nscended perial powers.' " as a "micrlJe coward who has loit th that, while It had next morning with of battlefields on which he had Have you eer noticed the size of the them; no nwaki-ninThat answer is not strained. It rep- employed In office reduced thciiumlwr opportunity of a lifetime "Dallas Nevis. and rode by columns which i ld work, making sales, cemetery of dead nations, the vast nching head nnd bloodshot ejennd inof the Intents of competent for the ilnj's duties; the of tin- 1,500 cities he had destroyed and resents the true state William McKln-le- etc. it had not reduced the number of Tlir Ural l'reeelH Inn fur Chill Greenwood and I'ere le Chaise, where the administration of mrn rinployrd In making tin plate, it ami Fever Is n Istttln of Uunvr'i TTfi.r mighty kingdoms were buried? Open Rocial life as perfect as refinement and the U'.OOO.OCO people he had conqiircd was giving work to as many persons as Tuna fnsti H. liiiil) irniiati'lqinuiiiela sense nnd culture and prosper-'t- y or slnin. Then the banquet was spread, the gate and walk through this cemHow long will our people remain deutalik.sorm N.m ihh if my Prt cMu. ever and pnj Ing some of thrin as and religion can make it; the eartn and out of the chalices filled to tln ceived? When will their pntlcme etery und rend the epitaphs. Here lies tire as ?iu a nay, vviiieii was vastly much brim they drank to the health of .he more Carthage, born 100 years before Home, made better than It wns at the start, Vore Vrl. nnd revolt? These nre questions which tlmn workers in Fnsrley They're a bid family. TV fagreat commercial metropolis on the Hti'l all through gospelizing influences, conqueror, l'cllsarlus, the great will soon be answered. Cincinnati Ln earn in Wales. In the sninr line could ictiirncd from his imhtiry fide, tlr combine was ther plays the stock market ami the son bay of Tunis, a part of nn empire that directly or Indirectly. qulrcr. doing no end of good and was entitled the rare I suppose the greatest tidal wave that achievements nnd was robed In purple. gave the nlphabet to the Greeks nnd Vow Vou'd were virtues if to gratitude from Its finplnjcnnnd tin you heart! the think theyplay peas, was that which in nnd in 'he procession were brought PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. their great language to the He'brewb; ever rolled the daughter the jMano. golden throres nnd pillars of prcious general public. Syratuie Herald. her arms the terror of nations, com- 1SG8 was started by the Peruvian earth- stones nnd th furniture of rojal fiw. Hut what Is this we henr from ? Arlca, Peru, the'wavc was Sir. Ilrynn will continue to have manding at one time 10,000 miles of quake. At n I'olil tn Unn X)r T timid the splendors of kit?', ms A dispatch from that cenlerof his clothes mnile with a. vest jtocket conM; her Ilamilear leading forth 30 00 feet high and swung warships n mile and Take !axnUvr Ilromo Oiilulno TaDleU. All e overcome he was hailed to the protcted trust Industries states that drUFgistsri'funilmoncylfltfallsiocuro.!Xlc. largw enough to hold Nebraska. forward on the Innd. At San Pedro, in;, rinds, or 300,000 troops; her Hanniby shouts such as hud r.ilom Chicago Record (Im!.). no less than 100 mills in the so plants It bal carrying out in mnnhood the oath Cal., the wave was GO feet high. rung through the capital. Then The msn who it sure it doesn't do any One big mistake Senator Haiinn 'out rolled by the combine (which Is not he had taken in boyhood to preserve moved on to the Sandwich islands nnd came the convivialities. In the car also to kick should never join a football eternal enmity to Home, leaving costly submerged some of them nnd beat Aurelian made his entrance to J! n 374 makes In his speeches is to forget a trust, Mr. Hnnna would have us unteam. lDliott's Magainc. in nnd imposing monumenta at Agrigen-tu- against the shores of New Zealand and that the average Anwrlean voter lias derstand) are shutdown. triumphal car, In which hestoji" while ccordlng to the Pittsburgh dispatch It remurrs no an nbnonnallj' developed conscience, a ghastly heap of ruins; Carthage, rolled up the bench of Japan nnd a to dve with winged figure of Victory a tin- - means n loss of labor of uenrlj I'ADKIXSS DVKS. Simply UhIii'k her colonics on everj coast, her ships stopped not until it hnd encircled the wreath above his nead. Zcnob a f cap- nnl no part j hns ever been successyour (foods in the d,e m all thst's necessary. ful that failed to appeal to It In some $371 000 n month. "Over 2,000 men nre plowing everj sea; Carthage where entire globe. Oh, what n wave! Hut tive i,iieen of P.i 'ii ra. walked t.rtind shape or form. Atlanta Constitution. bib in the rolling mill department alone bold by all dnijrsa!. All extin- the earthquake that shook the mounare her splendors now? his chariot, her person The crrat trouble seems to ht that bsrt guished. Where are her swords? The tain where our Lord died stnrted n fetters of gold, under encircled with 'Hie preliminary report of the ami thousands more In other departmthe of luck natural, while people are compelled tidal last one broken. Where nre her tow- higher nnd swifter and mightier Philippine commission, hastily put to- ent-." which shenenrly fainted, hut still a capTin managers of the combine seem to to vrork for Rood luck Atchison Globe. ers and long ranges of magnificent wave thnt will roll round nnd round tive. And there were in the proerstdon gether for publication at the presarchitecture? Hurled tinder the sands the earth until all i.s rebellions nnd 200 lions and tigers and beasts of many ident's "request," Is obviotndj Issued have made haste to shut down mills I have used Pno's Cure for Consumption s of the Hngrndns. As ballast of foreign abominations have gone under. campaign and throw tlrousnnds of men out of lx)th in my family sud practice -- Dr. (I. just now as n mnds nnd 1,000 gladiators excused of her radiant marble has was an exciting scene nfter the the cruel amphitheater thnt they from document. As smelt It nntiimllj shares work ni soon ns possible nfter telling W. Patterson, Itikstcr, Muh., Nov. 5, 1891. slups much That might infirm- the Industrial commission whnt great been carried away to build the walls battle of Hosworth, which was fought the amiable ntul Arab-'athe day, things they had done, forlnborand for cathedrals, between Richard III. and. the earl of decorate Hthiopianand Persian and of ities of that Hpecics of literature. and embassadors were In N. Y. Post. consumers of tin plate. Like other while other blocks have been blasted Richmond, the king falling nnd thcenrl the procession nnd the long Lord Stanley tives, Kgyptlans, Syrians, lines of capIn modern times by the makers of the triumphing, when In his polltJenl spcectiis ree.ent- - beticllelnrles of protection, they maniGaul. Ooths Ij-- Gov. Roosevelt, of New 'iitU, has fest interest In labor chiefly when thej-arof that great brought the crown and handed it to the nnd Tunis railway. And nil Vandals. anxious to retain old tariff favors nnd mighty city nnd kingdom that the enrl, seated on horseback, while the been laboriouslj' demons'.mliig It was to such scenes that the is here and there dying nnd the dead of the battle were tourist finds he falls short, of the trty pres- or secure new ones. Chicago Chronrefers when It spoke of v rf-fit m a broken arch of what was once a lying all around. Hut it is a more thrill- Christ "having despoiled principalities idential stature. We have luv some icle nqucdtict. Our talented and ing spectacle ns we look forward nnd powers. He made a show of them, small and narrow men In the white "I'roaperlljr" tlir I'nrmer Orla. K genial friend, Henry M. Field, in one tliiougli the centuries nnd see the Inst openly triumphing." Hut, oh. the dif- bouse, nut let us nope tne gooa sense Whot Is the Nebraska farmer's share X of his matchless books of travel, armed nnd imperial iniquity of the ference iu those triumphs! The Ro- of the people wiU never descend to In the boasted "McKlnley prosperity?" to prove thnt the slight ruins world slain nnd the crown of universal man triumph represented nrrogonce, the selection of n, political mnte-bnn- k Let the farmer carcfullj note the facts. hard like Teddy for the chief imls-trarj- Since It0S the articles which the farmof thnt city nre really worth visiting. victory put upon the conqueror on the cruelty, oppression nnd wrong, hut Houston (Tex.) Post. Carthage burled in the cemetery of white horse of the Apocalypse und nil Christ's triumph meant emancipation er must buy have Increased in price ns dead nntions. Not one altar to the nations- "hall the power of Jesus' and holiness nnd joy. The To elect his mnn Nush, Seupor follows: Clothes baskets, XI per former was . cent.; galvanised oil enns, 20 per cent.: true God did she rear. Not one of the name." That the whole earth will be a procession of groans accompanied by Hnnna has urged the republican Is your breath bad? Then your Is one of the things long ago Ohio to coerce tlwr mntches, CO percent.! gnlvnnlzed buckTen Commandments but she conspicuredeemed ployera of labor In n clank of chains, the other n procesu" "lcir ncnus ously violated. Her doom was settled settled in Ilenven. Into voting for Nnsh. '0 ets, 100 per cent.; sonp, 13 per cent.; employ sion of hosannns by millions set forA bad breath means n bid aside. liver. In Ilenven when It was decided far back game elected McKlnley In lbto washboards, .V) per cent.; starch, 100 Another thing decided in thnt high ever free. The only shackled ones of same Aycr'a Pills are liver pills. They cure in the eternities thnt the nation nnd place is that all who are adjoined to the Christ's triumph will be Satan Then for the first time In the hlstor: per cent.; salt, 50 per cent.; wire his uiuousncss.uyspepsla. - was kingdom thnt will not serve God shall unparalleled One of Bethlehem and cohorts tied to our Lord's chariotand sick headache. 25c. AU drucRlsts! clotheslines, 100 percent.; barbed wire, wheel, of the republic the theorjthe cmnlover knew beft n5 prr (i(,nt. jllmi)Cr( iT) ,.n perish. that Nazareth and Golgotha will be the sub- with all the abominations of oil the .i ,,rr,,nt. VVt your tnuuiucha or bsant s'bcautlful 1 . Our own nation will be judged by the jects of a supernul felicity without any earth bound for tin eternnl captivity. ter how to cast the ,00 l,,,r ,''", ; ,r(m m l),,r came moral laws by which all other taking off. The old ndage says that Then will come n feast iu which the thim the employe himself did ,?l ent.;lron castings, 100 percent.; rolled BUCKINGHAM'S DYE (fc,Ste e ers nations have been judged. The judg- "beggars must not be choosers," nml chalices will be filled "with the new HnnnaUm. This year they are at . .... .....jr..T ... n H.lj its, 35 per cent.; carpet tacks, CO per ment day for individuals will probably the humnn race in its depleted, state wine of the kingdom." Under aicbes ngnln. Toledo lice. nt., spices, f0 per cent. Lcttheftirm-compar- e come far on In the future. Judgment had better not be critical of the mode commemorative of nil the battles In Mr. Hnnna Is certainly sincere these increases with thedlf-yene- e day for nations Is every dny. every day by which God would empnlnce nil of us. which the bannered armies of the in his defense of the trusts. He can In the price of his products now weighed, eery day appro. eil or every could ensily think of a plan more church militant through thousands of see in the destruction of competition w one year ngo. The fanner who & ftn day condemned. Never before In the complimentary to our fallen humanity years of struggle have at last won the tv grent, benefit to both the crushers out for himself will sen that pros-ptwortn a to 5G eomparod The mnsses nre history of this country has the Amer- than that which is called the "plan of day Jesus will ride, Conqueror of enrth nnd the crushed. has come only to the trusts nnd L. mi utnor nmKOS. f ican nation been more mircly in the salvation.',' If God hnd allowed us to and hell nnd Ilenven. Those armies, blind to the good that is .coming to Imlnraeil liv over trusta nre wrung from of the 1,000,000 waaror. frsvuts balances than it is this minute. Do do part of the work of recovery nnd He disbanded, will take palnccs nniJ them through the curtailment of busi- tl'P'armers of the nation. Omaha a Tim neiliiln diva W. 1. s right, and we go up. Do wrong, nnd do the rest, If wc could do thrones. "And they shall come frorr. ness ntul the discharge of hosts of em- WAH.HernliL M iuujiat mini aim time I Ls we go down. 1 nm not ho anxious to of it nnd He do the last quarter. the cast and the vvect and Ihc north nnd ployes, but it Is perfectly clear to itamprn nn bottom, lake r.n tutislliutc clilmttl to b STlie papers nnrl republican stntesmnn or thnt war- If we could accomplish most of It nnd the south and sit down In the kingdom Mr. Ilanna, the statesmnn for whom wsxai know what this rood. Your deilet A rfcVW7 A rs nro kept busy defending rior thinks we had bettor do with Cuba He just put on the finishing touches, of God." And may you Hnd I, through Senator Sherman was turned down, innum .ttf inem IL. m aSk V as the head of not, wt will ind a nll from the attacks of members and who stands nnd Porto Itloo nnd the Philippines as many could look with more compla- the pardoning and snnetlfylng gfac nn raccim 01 urtca. :ttat. CinolnnnH, party. St. Louis own parh Rn I nm anxious to know what God thinks cency upon the projected reinstate- of Christ, be guests at that royul bail the republican mm 01 saintr, ii, snd wWili, plain or i we hod better do. The destiny of this ment of the human family. No, no! quett .Nriu- - VWIWUff (rat, ALL IN GOD'S HANDS. Ft Iv- - s, imltui-iiiea- l snine-Lvrrs'i'fi- oving I As-ye- t 1 I get-lin- pre-tdr- nt '., 1 Heth-lehe- c 1 -- ge - I..-.- - neif-hlxi- f rir. m otiv(iud-om-thlr- ri Im- kirg-dom- - y. r, Pitts-burgh- l'r li.i.po-drorn- m 1 v t I first-clas- well-know- n n an e how-fa- r to-da- y -M- 50-ml- le g$ v Jvs-,"'f D rs -. - PiUv3 i W "':""!"" -- ""ar""i '' CO 1 flg-"5- 'lt yj W. L. DOUGLAS $3 3.50 SHOES p " three-quarter- v to-da- y BTBSTk Poet-D1rt- ck 11 W. L, nOUClAS SHOE CO,, ErtcktM, Hhv - tt -- y .'" "irvmiMptmmmlumUfrZr fr 72 SW FACTS ABOUT HOADS. AHlhcntlo I'lmirr ShoirlnK What Cita In Haul 1'rmlooe til Hi I'ullrd blnlui. K PROPER BREATHING u Adits llennlr nml HtrertKlb Ilodr ud .'Vlnkea Sound Luiik. ' "The condition of roads lu the United State o, taken as a whole, can nioM clearly be shown in figure. If we can nn f iiiMn"wi'i("i,iiByrvu'u"fc make inquiries of it hundred farmers, In as many localities t how long it DEHORNING CALVES. taken each of them to haul u load ol When rruirtl- Prrftirrurd, 'I'll I O- crops to town, how far he hauls It and peration in what hlrt time and that of his team Uie I'liliiful worth, we can readhy ascertain whnt ur Vrrj' Nriloun. it coHtH on an aerage to market a load Tlii' ncooiiijinnjlnij derive for hold of crop," biiyn Otto Dorner, chairman In;,' (.'attic, u it hotit liuuliiif,' a lie;iy rack of the highway improvement commit' from fnriii tofiirin,i'hrHtiitlri:utliu'-tlon- . toe of the League of American Wheel-meIt cniilMn of a plunk nix to clht feet Ion ( and about tltht inchr wide. "If the number of these Inquiries be Near onu mil four ringer hole aullicieiitly Increased nud extended over the entire country the result will n hurril (A, A and C, C). A roue liiM'rtcil from the pretty marly show what It costs on front Hide, llirouli the hole (C (') an average lu the whole United State? looped on luu'k of tlic plunk nnl tlod in to haul a load of ciops to market. If it knot, with jiikt kIik-Ituoui'h to admit with each inquiry we uUo uncertain t lie an I ma IV nose, ax nhown in rut. Allthe weight of (lie load wc can figure ot her thrrfijunrtrr-iricrope nbout out how much it cohIh per 100 pound, cifht feet long I Inticrti'd In tlic hole or per ton, to market all thee crops, ( , A) and tied in knntu on the linck of and if the Inquiry iiIko Include the numdank. ber of mile comprising each haul wt on are now rrntlj for notion, fipllu cun easily llgure the cost of hauling .our plar.k upiiffMinnt t lie fide of a barn these crops per ton per mile. Vh! or mithulhllnc or in a Mnble door or gives n unit which can be compared tall, if a man in cnreful In handling with the Mime unit, similarly obtained, lock it Ik a tvy i'ty intittrrtolaMOun by fclnillar Inquiries mudc in other ' oni-lucli three-q'jiiitcr'Iiu- 'li I c h couutrle. In Mil HOW TO DKIIOHN CATTI.K. nlmal about the Lorn and lure It into thi fnntrnln). The ni.lninl's nose ihould firM br Into the loop at C, C, when the rope nt A, A can be thrown over the animal' neck and held tlghtumlrr cdjjr of plunk with the cplkc Ik Spike 1) should be cnte ml In loop on back of plnnk and drawn out tounnla helper, when J on hnc the animal neeurely fac-tenn- l. the nnlinnl !ooe quick an n wink. The pikr thmiht be tiimle of tough hlekor irlroiiwooilaboutllneheK In diameter rd 21 and 36 lnctiec In length, recpeet-ley- . The plank In not carried aloiip in the outfit, but I prepared In the farm ,tard and left there. An Inch nupjiT. a hnt'het and n few pnundit of rplkennilit are all that Unrcrfmry. Willi tlilnde a Hpht trsvrl ran ri thenr.il It tukt-r- t be done In time to but n ihrirt witRnn. prrjinrc the holder. Hery farmer Im n plank or heavy lumrd lyltifr n round The mtitt lelmi ran be held In thin manner and no amount of exertlor ran looker. It until the job 1 done, when the helper rati after n Utile practice let lwt A to the iuet1im of clippers, the onm In ti Turn air of the br.cl draw cut plan, that of whittling from you. U terrier Jack, who died thin it.nkliif; a cimtotb cut next to the .MXJITd a J ear or two ago. He Whs a unooth-halrc35 bead, thereby leaxlnp a Hinooth wound C rn Xa 5 mixed Oatn Na 2 fox terrjer, beautifully marked it 2i!f to henl up. llouorr. I hnc no doubt (W itje No. Z wilh lemon colors nnd vas liiiowti in IIAY l'rtn n to choice W12 6J that nm of the dipper nihcrtlimj will s Mess pork almost every & U75 Knglaud town In do work proierh. There ha been a ed Plate." I.Hril a 4 10 and Wales. He had a distinct natural HUll .... ... itairy 15 tt 17 j;rrt ileal of need)ei talk ronrcrnlnif 27 leaning toward the law; indeed, it was GATE FOR WINTER. it 250 he erufhinrvif tlxiilU by the clipping 200 H hmce 10 fnncr u brief or a bone Hint .lack prized above Al'I'LKS l'r 141 2 W l'OT.TOKS-tirl iiirthrd. but 1 have tieer known or teen CI II CAR a one eruvhed yet. After the horn N on" if Itif llluurt .Irr Mnile n llrrr Dr. nil oilier tilings. Jlowivcr, brief ot bone, there was no mUtnkc about bU n.OUlt Wlnirriaioni crlliril II Cun ,. Itnl'dl In 3 50 3 0J tie done to help heai onwthfnc UUA.K Wheat .So. i attachment to one member of the prollirn flip llprirl Slum. up the wound nqiffit.v. Some put on tar. (U No. 1 Clilraito siirlnt; a fession, ns for many years he was Sir rOHN-N- o. 2 3I!U 3 butwednnot ecwh,. It will keepuui 23 ii 22( A gate that must lie useit lu winter Henr.v's inseparable companion and OAi.Xft! fliev but It w III riitt i epawa dirt. And 7 70 ii 8 15 st. friend. iS 5 25 dirt, a i w1l knmt n. cmum-- irritation. ! often opened and khut with difficult Once, In a crowded assire court. hen snows become deep. If the NEW YOHIC Somethlt p miiiM lie put oh to form a when the hinges are made according to the pltn Jack was sitting nt his master's feet, tcr 3 so a 3 75 patent nmoolb. dry teiiji that will reIt dutt. Will-Ait 72S 1 he proper time to dishorn when the shown In the accompanying Ulustrntlon and n barrister commenced to ernss COltS-N- o. SmtxoJ it 40 lii animal In In it Infancy. An, time thr jjntc can demised continually n& the examine a witness in loud nnd angry KVK (ft W tone of voice, be ventured to epret I'OhlC-N- ewm.h.i after the enlf 1 ten da v old the embryo Mes..'i.' . .'.'.".'.".!.. 925 mo to bin ditsatisfnction by growling audlbiv an be liftiil with a dehorning gouge. O 5 40 from his unseen seat. The clTect was 1IALT1MOKK. and then Ik when you stnrt the forum-tloelectrical. The court became as silent KI.oU- H- Family 325 ft 350 of n natural nuilev henil. which I as the grnve; the interrupted counsel UHA1N Wheal Na 2 red oiiie ui Jiard to Imitate, even w Ith clipper, aftei Ol ii souiticrn OS looked up in silent amarement; thr corn sitxoO 374 41 37 1, prow tb of horn hnastnrtnl. George V. 31 30 hit Oats Na 2 white usher was dumfotmded, the jury llnmn, la Ohio Tiiriner. live No. 2 " startled. Where was the dog, Inquired CATTLK Firstwestern quality W" " HOcJS Wcstcra I W W 4 75 the assembled Inwyers. Not a single I.nn4 Tlnntf nml Slutiira. INDIANAl'OLIS movement on Hie part of the judge be With the cimiliig of the uutomobilc 8 nsl.... O C7 trajed the prerence of the prrfcinni) ninny miggehtionH will Corn Na 2 mixed 23 4ft culprit, who kept discreetly out of eight, Oats-appear In print a to the need 2 mixed prrniitly tt 24H his lordship, without even cnstlnga and LOUISVILLE. of heller highway and nihle to farmtcr plance nt his pet, ordered the examina 3 45 ft 3 55 patent er a to wht'ii (i lid how the road UKAIN Wheat Na 2 red .... it 71 tion to proceed. fchoiild W ini)rued. That thr roiul Corn Mixed t4 3V Mr. continued his W 25H hhonld le liiiirooil we freely admit, ir POKK-M- ess 4ft 9 00 Hon; but within a couple of minutes LAKI but that the farmer Miuulll do 50 0 25 (it bleam Jack, who vsirccf nhotit as much for the or meet ilw e.penic of h so a lo COID WIW Til Bit OATIJ law of contempt of court ns he did for in.ikf $!,i00 hormtlehH elilclei opulai nV7, 4' snow liecome diieper and deeper. The a second-hanbeef bone, again took fliiil ;'ruetlcable mid thii reduue the for an imjiortnnt prod nut of the long part of tlic .hinge is made of a rod onne nnd bnrked lii3tlly. Then folfarm strike ln iihiuot being quite Just of lmn that a l M turn easily In the eye lowed a painful pause, during which The InjiiKtiee of iiompclliug farmer to of tu- otlmr jiart of the hinge. In the everybody expected the judge to break le the land duiotcd to publiu road h.vver binge have throe or four holes out In nngry remonstrance; but, Instead purpcue und 1heuiiinlutuiii tw romLs drilled thiougli the iron rod, as hliown. of losing bis temper, Sir lleniy merelj ' nddrvhsed the court thus: "Hear me lor public iik' wIIIUm; Htiikiugly uppnr When tli4 gnu; lis 'to de raised ulip a lre .nnll thiougli the required dear me, pnrj let us have quiet. I wish nt when the autouiobile maniifiiclui'-r- r hole U'licat'li the part containing the gentlemen wouldn't bring dogs Into lakt up Hie cry for good eye, and the gatcwlll stand at the ele- court." There was no sign of the ob- ICiiral Woi!!!. vation iiequlruil. When the snow is gone HircperouK nuimni, However, for the m ii (!inrr Crop. Via the Santa Fc Rout:. the gatr can .be returned to It natural secret was well kept, and nt a convenfy Ilye a a rour erop,i8 worthy ttfithe position Amorieun Agriculturist. ient moment, when business was once Three times n week from Chicago 4 more In full swing, Sir Henry turned ronidcmllon of lliosedhat lime luud and Kama Ci! Tivlcen week from St. Taul ond ii (hut they Intend hhiilllHc bare during to the clerk by Ida side nnd softly : TIMELY DAIRY NOTES. MinueapolU. Ike winter. Where rcplowing Irs Us' "Take Jnck out, nnd present Once a weeli from St. I,ouis and 4 adrliuiiltle thei I no rri-iimy compliments to llnron prlng , who Is Poor care iniufcu dairy will tear down hnvlng J liootun. why the ipring jdowlng tdiould not his luncheon, nnd nsk him to In improved faster tliun oud blood can ever build give Jnck my 4 the tuniiugirider ot.n green crop, up mutton chop!" Master IHitlniau tourikt ulccpini; cars. yi ' TIum not otily InercaM-.lack bad Ida pre fernbly rye. Hetter than ever before, at lowest 4 The dulryniau who applies hio oucr- - It. Chums. chop and no doubt enjoyed poskible rales. S the amount of fertility in ithc soil, but Ies faithfully to Jtiia business Iilb tho Kspericnced excursion conductors. J"prerut the wathlti and Jenclilng of A1m daily servlco Ivtween Chlcaco S Sot Xlckrl.l'lnteil, the ground. KprciLil!y Is .the cover I'nst to say alKiut hard timet,. ml California. Mr. Pry Does old Grimsby ever give .(eimlliritv ill lilllllnir. tn lirmnnrnf. Correspondence solicited. 4 prutltable on light solli. for tlire x'rop parish & T. A. GRADY. are the moKt given to IcucUng. Ilyc JjtiJjlc, must 1m ubserved uot by tho anything for lllack charities? llev. Mr. MnBerCllfornU Tourlit Sertlre, 4 Ttegularly. The has the mhantage. oer feotuc other svisrk or month, butiiy the year. The Atchison. Topeka A Santa fe Railway, j The fanner nnd dairyman thesu dcya vestrymen who pnss Hie plate regarc .? eropx in that it may ! used .s a im Adams Street, CHICAGO If mm as me nrnci center of the congre during part of the, time it ib on who Ib not the render of u jiructkaT gatlon-- N. Y. World. the ground. It is rery hardy and rlcuUural jJiper in uiukln,; about mm luinlly ever Ir killed out by tho freezing acciiiutc pmgrt'M as a ship without a Thru Titer KrtiEt rudder. Patience Don't you think Will has and thawing Hint destroy wk.'ut. rjinwrn' Ilevlcw. Tin d'Urymun who has an eduiateil a musical laugh? Cures allThroat and Lunir A0e lions. Patrice Indeed, I dot consclcnci nnd heeds it will uot allow nntloe he would neck to fjivo their dirt to alft Into the open top of the nlvvnys laughs when you I If filmier i try losing. ou nu agricultural education lu some milk pull and then strain It out throug-W. Refune substitutes. soiiKcra tiiutesman. M ni our "iitiirrouH agricultural colleges the funnel. Just Reversed. Mi 1:1 e won Id be IrsH of them drift into A clean milking place jieldeth pure, uVes," svhe said, "I am prouif 10 say Dr. Suits Mis cmh Djrtptpsia. THat, roforsc. the unprofitable professions. ewect milk, wlik'Ji in turn produceth thnt J um tc bachelor girl." Bend for "Intentor's rrlmer" butter, which fetchcth the "And I," lie replied, "take equal pride A Hancock milk is as ncces-saiml' 1'roteci Your Ideas. Jm. Mllo IS. Slryru A: S'o., top 0' thr market pi ico. American (JaJ in the act th.tt I am an old maid man." In n creamery urrfjecse factory wt Ws.nliiKlon. 1). O. .'iMMlAi IM1. llranebemrtilenitii Olriva. 1 uiuor. Poat. I plow in on arm. Nd l'l.OVI-IONr.R-Cii- olee I'lMilct-creuuicr- y that inn le wteil. "An Inquiry of this kind was made November, 1S05, by the United State department of agriculture, through It otllce cf road Inquiry. Ten thousand circular wer- out to farmers In all parts af the United State asking for Information in these vnrlous particulars. Ilepllrs were received from ovei lJOO couutirM, distributed throughout the United State, and the result were carefully compiled. The weight of loads hauled varied between an average ol 2,409 pound in the pmlric states and an average of 1,397 pound In the cotton state, the average weight of firm loads for the w hole country being 2,C0i pounds, or prnctlenlly a ton. The average lenglh of haul was found to be 12 mile, varying between 5 mile in the eastern ktates and 23.1-1mllen in the I'aelfie coast and mountain state. The average cost of marketing n ton of crop In the United States vva fa-to be 51.02. It was as high .is $5.12 In the laclllc coast und moun tain atstrtt, due to long haul, nnd as low n $1.87 In the northern and eastern state, which re more densely settled, nnd where railroad are numcr-oand haul are shorter. The average cost of hauling n ton n distance of one mile was M cents It being 22 cent In the prairie nnd I'nelflc coast and mountain tn'es, and rising a high ni 32 cent In the eastern ktnten. grand result of nil thest 'The Inquiries and computations showed very clearly, nnd .is nenrly ai human Intelligence can, tliRt It cost the farmer of the United States on the nveragr In tlmu, lsbor nnd energy, figuring tin vnlue of tenm, wagons nnd men nt what they can reasonably be hired for. IS cent every time a ton of their crop wn hauled a mil nearer to market; or, brlrrtv. that it cost 25 cent per ton per mile to move crops In the UnitM-n- t 0-C nil n m-- t sist the attacktof disease. Tiiejiubjcct, however, is of such vital importance, as regards especially the prevention of lung diseases, that no apology need be offered for returning to It. Of nil the substances utilized In the maintenance of health and life, none k so absolutely Indispensable ns oxygen, and ns this is taken lu with the air wc breathe, whether we receive a sulllcient supply or not depenus entirely upon how and where we breathe. Hut the supplying of oxygen Is not the only function, although it is the most dlrcut nnd vitnl one, of proper breathing. Thorough expansion of the cheat Insures the proper filling of the lung with air, dilates all the minutf especially those at the sum mlts of the lungs, where motion is least and where the seeds of consumption are usually first planted, and Increase the circulation of tlic blood throughout all parts of these organs. Still another effect of proper brenth-in- g is a beautifying one. The chest is broadened, the shoulders arc thrown back, the figure Is erect and the carriage graceful. Perfect breathing is not natural to most men and women of sedentary occupation and indoor life. Like nil good things, it must be worked for; und the work must be persevered In until full nud deep respiration has become ii habit. The means of attaining this object are various nnd cannot be recounted here; but they nre all based upon the principle of removing permanently every obstacle to the free entrance of air into the lungs. School children sitting nt their desks, clerk bending over their ledgers, seamstresses at work with the needle or the typewriter, nnd all who must stoop as they earn their daily bread, should learn to stop from time to time, sit back In the chair, or rise, throw back the shoulder, uud drnvv in ten or twelve deep, slow inspirations, holding the brenth for three or four seconds each time the lungs are filled. These exercises, liko breathing In general, should always be done-witthe mouth closed, for the nose is the only proper channel for the passage to and fro of the ulr. A who will Interrupt the studies once every hour through the session, nnd tench the class to do Jhls breathing exercise, will be contributing more than she can ever realize to the future of her youthful chnrgrs. Youth's Companion nir-cell- We have often spoken In this column of the necessity of breathing properly, If the body Is to be kept in the best possible health, and so in condition to re- of tea naijnnina at nunAmtni lannlftw prevalent. Women demand tho llf niiaWoncty of Health, andinitead of it naturally by building up their systems thy rcioit to tea. They should take llostct-te- r s Stomach Hitters imtcad. lly strength. onmn the digestive onrans this brings beauty and good spirits. It tones up the nerves, drives awj- - the blurs, regulates the bowels and cures all forms of dytpeptia. All druggist sell it. do-in- if letlfl Vrn rolsnnlnff, Mr. Inacs (in Clocajrn) lh der a dele- gram for Mr. Isaacs say in' dot hi shtore ha n .ii .t-viutk; lint inn Hotel ielrgraph Operator No! Xonel ' ell, Then von gome ichoost sendt it right up '. my room, hleacl I'uck. Antleliuilril Ncw. HELPS 4 WOMAN WOMEN Erery reader of this impor should givo special heed to the offers which ate appearing from week to wcik by the .John AI. Smyth Co., Hie mammoth mail order houso of Chicago In thin ift.in- - w ill he found their ndvertisunrnt of a thoroughly uptodate, tewing la ulnae, at the nstound-ingllow price of 14 25. Coming as this and other offers do from a houe with a commercial rating of over one million doh lais, and of the higlu.t character, they mark an opportunity that the xhrcwd buyer will not he slow to take advantage of. The. I oh n M. Smjth Co. 150 to loll Vct Madion street, will fend their mammoth catalogue, which it listed at wholesale prkcii everyin thing to cat, wear and ue, on receipt of only 10 cents to partly pay portage or and even thta 10 lentoU allowed on tint purrliane amounting to one dollar. fitYit-clasy of-f- are women everywhere who suffer almost because they cannot bring themselves to tell all about their ills to a physician. Such women can surely explain their symptoms and their suffering by letter to Mrs. Plnkham at Lynn, Mass., for the con fidence reposed in her has never been violated. Over a million women havo been helped by her advice and medicine. Mrs. Pinkham in attending to her vast correspondence is assisted by women only. If you are ill, don't delay. Her reply will cost you nothing and it will be a practical help as it was to Miss Ella E. Brenker, East Rochester, Ohio, who Bays: I shrunk from the ordeal of examination by our physician, yet I knew I must have treatment. My troubles were backache, nervous tired feeling, painful menstruation and leucorrhoea. I am so grateful to you now that I am willing to have my name published to help other girls to take their troubles to you. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound used as you wrote me has made me entirely well and very happy. I shall bless you as long as I live." Mrs. Pinkham receives thousands of such letters from grate- - THERE l'-- m . 7l lul women. Miss 138 ?A nmn. Illlt toll inn. nr.-iulin nvnr hrmmlit you to this mumble state? t t i i ...hi i .tic ameruiODcei,, ma am. uusij itnoaiirt I was tounn' t'rough Iowa, an' I axctdent-lslray'd acro de line, see? Chicago livening Ncwi. In Old Mlixiurl. Mrs. Goodwin Here's a quarter, poor Grace St., Pittsburg, Pa., Nellie Russell, of AS o miBTt y sewing-machin- e, There it moru Catarrh in this section ot the country than all other dueases put together, and until the last few years was supK)sd to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly fai ing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to he a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. .1. Cheney 4. Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tesspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testiledo, O HaJl monials. s letter to Mrs. PinkAX ham says : From child m hood I suffered from kidney trouble and as I grew older my troubles increased havinffj 'if. ( js&arifc ing intense pain running sisb. from my waist to my womb and the menses were very painful. One day, seeing your advertisement in one of our papers, I wrote to you. "When your reply came I began taking your Compound and followed your advice and am now in perfect health, and would advise any lady rich or poor to take Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I can ptaise above all other remedies. It is a wonderful help to women." in a f(fcuaP'a c "W to 166" w in. for Our Sewing o 'VVt'WVViV: I'. I ! : Address F. J Cheney fc Co., Sold by Druggists, 75c. Family Pills arc the best. To- JOHN M SMYTH CO. jTsaii onriBD OyS5S' SI4.25 s They were inspecting the Texas. "The place we have just left," explained her esas tbty went below, "is called the gun cort deck." "I see," she exclaimed, brightly. "And I suppose thst place down there where they re raking the. fires is called the poker deck. Philadelphia Kecord. The Office Coy "Only three more days before ray vacation!" The Fixture "You ought not to wish away your time." The Office Uoj"l ain't. I'm only wishing away the bon' time so that my tune can begin. Boston Transcript. Somehow baldness is far more contagious vaaa gocunua. luicago Daily .News. MAMMOTH i ' SBSM . EM mm I l-- im T50 ?WCST MAOISON ST M CHICAGO i: school-teach- er well-brin- g THE MARKETS. 14LIVE-STOC- CINCINNATI. Nov. "JACK" INTERFERED. 3 75 2 05 Catile.coinmon a (if. 4 W hx re bulchrrt Utter Wlirn Kir llrnry llnwklna Dor CAIA1K Fairtocood light 600 kt 6 SO 3 8) 3 4 l'TTSAirHO una ticuvv Mnilt- - n lllatiirliiincc- 3 hi W3W 3 Kl U 4 tO In Court. s 3 m Hi 3 75 475 ( 4 5 Many stories havo been told of Sir Lftk "tf Alnt.i ii..nl 3 X) tt 3 CJ 70 Henry Hnvvkliis' heat No. 8 red.i... OltAI- HOW X, HO tl 1 machlno equal towhatothcrs aro askinjr $23.00 to $15.00 tor. Guaranteed by us for 30 yesrs from dato of purchase, against any lrarcrfcc-tlo- n in material or workmanship The stand is made ot the best Iron and la nicely proportioned. The cabinet ork is perfect and is furnished in jour ciioico of antique. osk or walnut. It has seven drawer all handsomely carred nnd with nickel-platering pulls. The mechanical construction Is equal to that ot any machine regardless of price. All working parts aro of the beat tool steel, cTery bearing perfectly fitted and adjusted so an tn make tlio runnlntr qualities the lightest, most perfect and nearest noiseless cif anv mnehina made. ThN has nllths latest Improvement. It makes a perfect and uniform LOCK STITCH, and will do tho best work on cither the lightest muslins or heaviest cloths, sowing orersonms and roush i1.icai without skipping stitches. A full srt of best steel attachments, nicoly nicLil-plntoand enclosed lu a Imndfomo plush-Iincinetnl, iap.inniil Ixn, nnd a complete assortment of accessories and book of Instruction VKHa with each machino. AD un o TPIAI WoshipthismaehlnaC.O.D.subjecttoapnroTal.onrecelptofsaving uu IIAYQ I ill HI., dollar. If, on examination you aro convinced that wo aro two you$23or$Nonagcat'sprirp,paythobalancenndfrcightchnrgcsth(inti7 44 a m fnps J-- f the machinn. If aotBatlsQed ut any time- witiiinOOdayssei.d tho machino JW I 'J back to us at our expense nnd wo will refund tho full purchnso prico C I nrlcuw A fclsh-irhlRh-ratd Senim-Machlna d 1 (425 The Best Sewing maenmeon cairn the Price, $H.Z5 Machine. MELBV ?Jfe orjBl rf" i imM At 1 Cat l.-- l'OIIK-Mo- (&W'iwlWmw laffWalWrTT-'fli:'r'- ' "1'"Tf which Is listed el lowest wholesale? Driccs ll everything to oat wear and use.is furpiih. un receipt 01 oniy iwr id purny pay 2&3E&NmUxWI VJ zrl.. or iLS .Lij '" LU iijlti 11"" , postage faithexpreJsacjeis and as evidence of tfood allowed on first the 109 purchase amounting to SI?? orebovo -T sc .1 -- A 1 1 J 2 a. Tv7n j h LAKU-Stc- jm fli n.r uAufuiw tzanrr'ol tiDi.r i ilt rurr 111 KMH'K-Wla- I 11 nf t( l"Ttl3lft f SAAMVir'er7mWBEITWrKTnm n M-- -- rk -- Ik iu iJ (r" 9 - 4fl ? :(y M. 5M A T C four-foote- QKAIN-Wheat- -Na d Na FLOCIt-Wln- The use of the Endless Chain Starch Book In the purchase of "Red Cross" and "Hubingcr's Best" March, makes it just like iludius money. Why, for only 5c you are enabled to pet one large 10c package of " Red Cross" starch, one large 10c package of "Hubingcr's Best" starch, with the premiums, two Shakespeare panels, printed In twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, embossed in gold. Ask your grocer for this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. LIKE FINDING MONEY. cross-eaniin- a Oais-Ml- xed ;&gaassggg&ssasg&&' tie-iiii- d I I I Personally I Conducted I California f fl.s4S-- I IINGMESTERj)! llY2nrt(rr . m.wv,. j nnrJprl I 4wmmwm Chvf-mi- f I ramlB.-Coliuan- J Itr Excursions " Leader " loaded with Smokeless powder and " New! l kival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all U mwa4".w visvi6uil CHaIIc n - wills-Iered- JSJ other brands for fjUNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. i I e -- Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist uponfj having them when you buy and you will get the best. & Ilr William Indian I'lla ointment nlllcur llliiul. Illecdlni and llrbln riles. It utnorlis tlm laiuurs, ullar llio at uiicu, ncl ns a lOuiiieo.RiTtfs iti.tatil 1'rfiitnrHd fur II1mi andltchliiKot ttieim? , 'a tiArti.. At ilmuulfclhi . man on receipt or price, ow cwnis una T WILUAMb MK( LU . ITOps , CX.KVI.LAM ItVb-Inro-l- 8 - Rn J Don't Rent PILES ESTABLISH A HOME OF YOUR OWN Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful information about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures of their homes, barns and stock. Interesting and instructive. Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "Tiik Corn Belt," 209 St., Chicago. Top Snap Complete Uoablo jinB-tu- rc w tl. DkBuU'sN SYRUP ARTERSlfI Makes writing a comtott. Vis sure COUGH fkr'9" A. N. BUNS K.- -K iPOt,rvHIfR crrnr CBtKHlKMlLUr1HtPiV FISHTACULE fOAULoatMENlCO. 41SIl.Bl..llMl'.lliTI. le-e- r v irilt-edgc- d 1787 Adam J laDd.UtlrolC tfctwuUudutirc. WHEW WKITI.VO TO ABVEHTIMKUSI ilcase aisle taut you uw ta 4ci'll aaaae la !! uiar. ffl I SSH s -- .'Uy7H'--"Jaat- . -i- jg-ftf'juaMjgfiigm ffi """ Mni'tf '"inr"'" A . 4t tr, IW iflaai, - Vv .aibL. TEST STILL TO CO.MK. False I'ntlo. Fair I'lny For Culm. Hoer war," said General Kltahugh Lee, Just returned from his long peiiod of service in Cuba, "ask me about the election, but don't auk me "Ai-- k Building Material, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM- - .BEH Doore and Windows, Shingles &c. Lime and Cement, Builders' Hardware, PainU, Oils, etc. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY orpin h that a majority of the people of tills country are in favor of the President's policy of Atneii-caexpansion into the Eastern n That the luliiiiiiiatriiilon whoulil not linvu boon able to iniiko n better showing than that of Inst Tuesday's election in twelve Stutou is a fact full of eifiiiliicancu na bearing upon the Presidential contest of 1000. It is claimed by the nihiiinistiit-tloparty and by ndtntniHt ration n Hemisphere. Where, do they find au FURNISHED. FEED STUFFS Hay, Oats, Com, Bran, etc., etc L. P. &W.S. Ellison DR. UATLING'S INVENTION. .Automobile Plow to Supersede Implement Now Used. Chicago. 111., Nov. 1C Dr. Richard Gatliag, who revolutionized methods of warfare by inventing the rapid Ore can that bears Lie name, is now engaged in turning the aword into the plowshare. After spending, half a century in making instruments of death, he is directing bis efforts to making machines that will be of benefit to mankind, Dr. Qatling came to Chicago with Mrs. Gatling to arrange for the manufacture of his new inventions. With his automobile plow he expects to supersede ihe board plow that is now in general use for the preparation of land Tor cnltivation. The machine will be bnilt on tbs principle of the automobile, with disk plows so arranged as to do the work of the Instruments now in nse with greater facility and at a greater saving. Dr. Qatling proposes to build the maobine so that it can be operated by one man. It will do the work of eight men and twelve horses. The propulsion power will be ether gasoline or oil. Iu addition to its primary nee in the field, the machine can be used iu driving a thrasher, Bliellinu corn or for hauling purposes. Foot Ball Bad. Iu .Massachussetta, where the fight was made almost exclusively on the expansion issue, tho Deinoi cratic party made tjurprisin; gains. Ohio was held for the President only by tho exertion of all the ad ience iU tho UNO (if Hint vnl.Mi.11.1 ......I. Minte Voitnir Again. ministration Influence, In no' erne mill in telling of tho benefit thev have received from it, of bad colds it One of I)r King's New Life Pills Stato of the twelve did tho vote lias cored, of threatened attacks of show that tho President's Philip-- nioniu it Ikh averted and of the pneu each night for two weeks lias put me in ehll pine policy strengthened tho He-- ! dren it has saved trom attacks of itoui aiy 'teens' again," writes 1) II Turner, and whooping cough. It is a grand, if Denieytown. Pa. They're the best publican party. for Liver, Hmuacli and a the The issue of imperialism, of cx-- j good medicine. For sale by Cowgill K dowcN. world vegetable. Never gripe. Purely CowgUl, Hickman, and A. M. Simw. pantjion by tho conquest of for- State Line. DrnggNts. )nly J.V at all drug stores. eign territory, will come clearly before the people of all tho States' in 1000. There is reason to believe that the popular vote will . pronounce unqualified public conl3f'lV 1 I. I.-- I I l'- demnation (f this policy. The Democratic party TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r, has cause for creator confidence lUmagr. tle !, than ever that the people of this Sucr.ior I It couutry are not yet ready to re pudlate American principles for Marble and Granite Monuments the gaiu of toreigu territory or the government by forco of weak23 1 nsr C3-- , XJ er peoples. tijf $ rs STONE WORK of all Kinds, FROM UUNS TO PLOWS. IKON FENCING, Sr., &c V N. .1 ,'2&kr -- Doctor Gatling, who has shown JASK such proficiency iu inventing inn-- ' chluery for mowing down innn, is. credited with turning his mental faculties iu uu opposite direction and utilizing them in devising something for mowing down wheat. His devices for. promoting tho "planting" of his fellows are lo bo atoned for In some degree by his contrivance for planting corn and other things to upbuild human beings and keep them alive. Tho distinguished inventor of some ot the most destruutivengeu-cieof modern warfare is ttrrang ing plnus for the manufacture of an automobile plow which will be manipulated by u wheeled vehicle propelled by gasoline or oil. Item-edy! expression of this sentiment in the recent election l.cc has been from the llrt a ven earnest and out spokfii iiihouiitu of the grunting of national liiilept'lulenee lo (he Cubans and of extending thorn all possible iitsisluncu in the establishment of a Cuban Hopuhlio, it is evident from Ibis expression that lie is not at all satisfied with the outlook tor the fulfill m ti I of It will not bo a surprise ro any one American pledges to thai oil'eot. who are at all familiar with the' Mill, us au ollleer of the United qualities of Chamberlain' Cough . to know that peoplo everywhere Status army, lie naturally hesitates take pleasure in relating their exper- to ciiticire the administration, As General hen you see a youth wrm' will no any sort or work no ihuttor how menial It inay'bo, rather than bo idle, you can inaUe up your mind that ho amountH to something. Tho young man who would Marve before he wntilil iln mir thing beneath what he conceives to bo his dignity, is not nnule of the right stufl to cut much of a figure in this life. All honest toil is honorable; there la nothing ho morally de cradingiiR that aversion to 'man mil labor which is usually a coin bliinlinn of laziness and conceit. Journal and Messenger. me about the. II M KM AN WAGON CO. wa.mit.k Timi:iiN in' tiii: i'Ki.KitKA'rr.n about t'uho or annexation. mix-tip." It's a MWftsBUpBSifl T iwSsJsMBBMBMasBsMV f vl i 1 Lf edferd & Regers WaNTTOSKIjIj YOU & HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1 iM-tn- fi MO RED " ""-Lrflr GROCERIES, Fresh Meats, Hardware, Queenswars, Hay, Oats, Hran, Lime, and Cement. ( SJ sPNS ii o k, tyoup; DOOR. V. PRICES WILL PLEASE YOtlV Bring Your Job Work (o This Office -- Hiolsman, Ky. a UON Millioaof Homes! ite! IE, in 1 s are lit The Mexican any, worse than foot ball, tie, if and the casualties in the prize ring bull are not so great. Foot-balfighting and prize fighting ure of the same complexion, and one is about as Christian in its "athletiu" features as the other. Texas Bapbolt-fightl, or who has been elected by a plurality of tho votes. If Mr. Goebel bus been honestly elected ho should be Governor, and if Mr. Taylor has been honestly elected he should have It. It is such a l close finish that it takes the count to decide it. otll-cia- We want tho man to be Govern- Used in Bmiiiii AccSj A. 11. tflhl gpl J Best Coffee for the Money Try LION COFPH13 and you wilt never u any other. It Is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Fancy flold ! Insist on LION C( lb. pkgs. IS! M tist Standard. A OBITUAHY. County. Died, at tho family residence in Fulevening, 11th hist., Gladys, tho only child of Mr. and Mrs. John Ford. Gladys was a bright and sweet little girl tho idol of fond fond parents. Oh. 'tis so sad to think how lonely home Will bo without Gladys' smiles. Let ns look to Him, who doeth all things well, audsay: "Thy will bo done." Little Gladys is now an angel in Heaven, waiting and watching for us as wo cro-- s tho dark Valley of Death. Never will tho little voico bo heard again, for now it is stilled in death's cold embrace ; yet wo will never forget her. No. not uncea.so to vinruto one til tho sound will the name ot little Gladys ceuao to bo remembered. , Tenderly close tho eyes of our darling, Fold her tiny hands o'er her breast, Look the last look upon our darling, For she has entered the land of Host. Sho has crossed death's stormy waters, Whero trials cease for ever more j Where there'll bo no moro farewells, For iu Heaven we'll part no more. Farewell, precious angel baby, You are on tho golden shoro Byo and byo we'll meet you, Gladys, On that happy gold shoro. ton, on Saturday heart-string- s ' ' These articles mailed VRHU in exchange for lion heads cut from front of j lb. IJOX COlWtiH pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). Sent by nprm (charge. prepaid), lor 170 Ion head and a 2 cent stamp. -- py Wm Rln. Gcnuln Gold King. 1 UubyScttlno Stew NCYKOASIE tin- - $ligp I'lnnitK-i- ) iimI uunltlUt Tor 23 lion head (and a tamp. Prosperons In Union county, Ga., there is and 75 per cent. not a of the people own homes. Only one bead of a family in the county does net own bis home. There is not a dollar of bond on the county, and with the rate three times larger this year than usual the total State and county tax amounts to only $1,15 on the $100. Let us hope that the Gatling plow will take the place of the l Gatling gun in the estimation governments desirous of lead log in the onward progress of civbar-rooof-al- ATcryP.neumlirellix maili- - ' union tlk taffeta; dVincli frame nltli Krt i rr! nmUllver Congo hamllt--. ouM out . o at the tture. Dress-Pi- n cTCi Set. lion lirjJi and a lUmp. Tlin-riallrd Irre tor IS r IflfiitduP.. jih l iy, yWft'rarrj uni IT '" n'Fii..a Tm 1 kTj in ISLaVP' wy iS? Thuflrtnciaraceniiiiienillnl pM rlatr. htrlnx Iheetacl ( nIM riW, altd cuarantrnl tij makert lo nr New two llli ordiuarr attrut bihI trrf iiular. . )t u. f I TO ULTKItMINK TIIK SIZ- E- STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOR Knickerbocker" Watch. Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. cambric Out A strip of thick so that the rmli will eiiutly meet when ilrauu tijht j anxlud niul joint of the nni;rr Ijjt one end en this illsKtsm at the O atxl unler Hie liumUf the oilier end lr lndlcales. ea2S$2C2 ii tlluli r Knl.i u i tliik-- . i .HOHII), f Am- ti hnixlMiini-- r olort'it nt for ' rnllnl , coin ilization. tint.! Snsli-IJe- lt m. uu, t SultnMf cull-pin- ornnmuiilal lark Nickel inorcmcntx, peme ii t f ul ly Given for 175 lion heads and a stamp. Neat n(t'ar Iiik ami an rxctllcnt Sol 11 time keen-with r nlckel-sllrc-rcns- Twontrafltie hind-krrrhle- Art Picture, Greeting " tllven lor H lion heads cut Irom Lion Col. Ira awrappers and lamp. artistic i'lctute, that will grace Ihe finest draw. Iiik room The background of royal dark bluo contrast to the little nlil and her while Hatter lilies Hire, A hlKhly liaster wltti la.autlful lin- l lace I user-tlouslcor-ner- ii con k in M!t. or as n Jvuclnl The onions " Knickerbocker" watch have individually subscriled to a sufficient amount of stock to put in a fine system of waterworks and work on the system will begin in a few weeks. The bustling citizens of Tipton-vill- e and Buckle. Mention your uaut-meaiure Ladles Watch Chain. silk ronl, united neut mid Tor 15 lion heads and a substantial stamp. s the Half Inch hcui, maclnno h e in s 1. hed ; stylish and durable A palrul these handker chiefs given lor IA Hon head cut Irom Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c. stamp. 1 1 B wlica bcuuiui;- TV a: Intervals with colored Uuil A douMa stranil of W-- appropriate furnls'its ti Children's Picture Book. ever polled in a Governor's race in eight years and is over 150,000 less than polled in the Presidential race. Central and Eastern Kentucky did well by Goebel. The vote polled is the smallest Nsfe Silver nt Qcnfs Watch. nailed Iree lor 00 lion heads and a stamp. The celebrated " Ink'fr-Kil- l watch . Item wound and stem set durable nickel. plated case, each watch uccompan lit! by euariintee of the maker A tlme-keejie- A Fuui.si). fZZZ2r -- MHS. NELLIE llltOW.V. The annual report of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, is sued last week, soowb a total of s sixty-twpresidential in the State of Kentucky. There offices, 408 are 2,830 fourth-clas- s being money order offices. The State ranks nineteenth in presidential offices, tenth in populaoffices tion, sixth in fourth-clasIn compensation and forty-eightpostmasters, the of fourth-clas- s average salary being $100.07 per year. The gross receipts of all offices in Kentucky were $1,318,-420.7o poat-ouioe- s h 0. Used by British Soldier In Africa. Capt. O. G. Denniaon is well known all over Africa its couimunder of the forces that captured tho famous rebel Gallihe. Under dato of Nor. 4, 1807, from VryburK, Bechanaland, ho writes : "Before starting on the last campaign, I bought a quantity of Chamberlain's Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I. used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men. and to every case it proved beneficial." For Bale by OowrIII & Hickman, and A. M. Shaw, State jtfiue, Drug gUtf . Cow-gil- l, On Thursday evening, Nov. 2nd, at 'i o'clock, wo wero called on to pay the lost tributo of respect to all that was mortal of Nellie L. Bkown, wife of S. B. Browu, who was born March 2(!th, 1862, uud died Nov. 2d. 1899, aged 37 years, 7 months and 7 day. Sho was tho mother of soven children 5 boys and 2 girls three dead and four living. Sho lived a consecrated uud faithful momber of tho church until tho day of her death. God, iu His providence, has seen fit to grant Nellie a long and useful Christian lifo. Many aro tho deeds of unselfish Christian charity which she has douu ; muny aro tho noble hcrvices which sho has rendered tho church of God; many aro the friends sho has made ; but sho is with them no more her spirit has gone to God who gave it, uud her body wo consigned to tho dust, from whence it camo. Sweetly she sank to rest as a tired child, with visions of tho bright beyond, where loved ones wero waiting to welcome her, and when tho dark, chilly waters of deatli closed around sho shrunk nut, but launched out into tho ebbing tide, knowing that she could not drift beyond her Father's love and caro, While wo may not bo ablo to understand it, yet wo believe this dispensation of God's providence is to bo for our good and His glory. 'This woman was full of good works and alms deeds which sho did. let her works pralso her." Quietly ana sweet-- . ly sleep on, Nellie, until tho resurrecBister Fannie, tion morn. Mailed free for 15 Hon heads cut Irom l.lonCollce wrappers and a 2 cent stamp. Latent styli j iinporu-t- l i.uek Swiss ' . uf, Brain riblx.n n!iiliii; imlution oxldiml silver buckle utat, stroriB and lasluoiia'jlf ' Wl MSfHSSm Century 3".S pages of vnlu-abl- (liven Inr 10 lion heads and a a Inmo tamp, rilitctu Kires ot Melodies aid t w.il I'ur lliS Indus 10 lien brails cents w ready for hsnilng. ud It tln.-ir.- l VVfrr,Jy 3aM0J'r Ladies' illustrated and with nicely llthoKrnphfd cover Wo have different looks, so you can au assortment. Flower Picture. Napkin-Rinj- r. For 15 linn heads and a stamp N'cni ami SuUt.iiitim Mukofiur aMo tnetal 'itavily mv. r Tvo dilltrtul patterns Cook-Boo- k. Pocket-Boo- k. Jlatd Coin-Purs- e. dlvlsloiis.lni-Iudlni- Ijue sitelllaclc and latest sliiii seal fcruln leather, with five seimrutu ; a tuck-lock- eclpts, nlxi ircntNo on the labor of the kitchen, and reiuelles for the more common dleases (liven lor IS lion heads and a stamp. t'oukiiiK re Pur a 15 Hon lirr-- diirk Duo Lid an ..; nlckoluil frame nitli strong natlicr; heads and stamp. Color, Made ot ii ciiutn-ols cards secure (liven lor 25 lion heads Irom Lion Coltee wrapper and a 2c. stamp. Hup to hold visiting wltii J The "Easy-0ner- t " for H lion heads and a 2c. stamp. American lleatity lto.es mid Lilies e Valley Hire. 11x21 Inches HrlKhl audaitUticcoIotliiK. of-th- The Dancing Lesson.' hi y JT. -- rll. Ladles' Table Cover. Pen-Knif- e. iror.'?. ,l0" 'lf',d, tut from Lion Colfee wrapper and a 2c. stamp, UriM tifv Rood material liumllcs nitcly dtciiraU-and usortcil loloiB Durable, durk colored muterlal that will stand stiuare. Including fancy fringed Uirdcr Mailed free for 25 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. 21 inches UIIEhlllR Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. F7 blade' d stroller, sharp liuudle, For 12 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. Tho Kreen Rrass and trees, the llttla brown kitten and the K'lrl's snow whlt dress form a lensitiK couibiiinlioii of colors. Sire. 15 x 'Jl Inches. Hailed Ire lor H lion heads and a stamp. MMBaMHBWHBaaaaSSaBHH mn Anovn arr only a row op tub lion coprcn premiums. shortly appear In this paper I Another list win Don't miss It I The grandest list ol premiums ever offered I IMPORTANT NOTICE. When wrltlnic tor premiums send your letter In the same envelop or packaite with the Hon heads. II more than 15 lion heads are sent, you can save postage by trimming down ine margin. Ask your grocer for largo Illustrated premium list. Address all letter. to the Vou always know LION COFFRU by the wrapper. It Is a sealed pack-az- e, with Ihe Uon's head In Iront. It Is absolutely pure If the package Is unbroken. LION COPPIiR Is roasted the day It leaves the factory. WOOLSON SP1GE CO., Toledo, Ohio. I