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' HICKMAN, WBiirwwM FVLTON Coym . i it KY., NOV. 24, 1899. 2Mmwmmmmmm.m?nm!mnMmimmr.tt-ns fc.-y- f. S '"'' ' , i J 4 ", If K zs Counted in With Fairneea. This Is nnliiiincnHo country, and grent eventfl occur ao rapidly, and Suaw A; Shaw. No Force, No Bloodshed, Dem these evetilB so nffect the honest 2TB o n,ul.ir services nt the 9 crata Did tfanduv. Suudav convictions of great public lead-e'iiox "iff " f W Int the usual liour null n h well the minds the Pt; r U.tbney will preach at the pe.ople, that no man of wtae Democrats Win Legislature ir Clmtim ibwh Sunday morning at enough to predict to anv certain. by 30 Majority. Everybody invited, tv either the nominees or the HS ThemW' tV'JK Me Miction count next Monday. Taktymir Iliihs. Furs anil Unmo ' Epiico'-3himh 1 H S'i ( I'omui-Miouer- s will Tim Nominnes and Issues. com-1 t I s. 'C iA Notwithstanding there have boon heavy advances in almost every line of manufactured goods which we sell, our stocks of "Dry floods, Clothing,;? Shoes, &, are still comi)lete, mid all bought before the advances, and we i ft ii are suni soiling uieni at old prices, many "roods, & lower than last year. I We invito nii'inspct'lioii.p t T inomlHni of the Christian ircii lire arranging tn greatly iin- ly; HHircinircb honse. The improve- At this time there Is hot little v. lit proiiatiiv cost $l,ono. i i ux doubt but that McKinley would fwlJi'' ! vs filtered tho uroccry house Ii Ulroy, TueMtay tiiKht, be the Hepubliilan nominee, and Wgi. .1 W rfitinlnt ti(,'ht dollam in money, it is equally apparent that Bryan okd J.t )1 , a Knn, u ml probably other would again lead the Democratic - Hurra for Old Kentucky. lipTlM i- - . 2 t- - LP.& w'S. v .' . v.jr ?iuuuiuuiiuuuuuiaaaauinuiiiuuuuuaiuuiiiauiiife; 3?i E"-" T. TTXaEil RIC&.X. ESTiSkTE 'JWM'" l iMD INSUItANCK AtiENT. Ml ! ' I wwiiiaijpjBt,jtofe hoDts. But the lapidly clmnglnc '. J4T! ihilhiif:of Kev J. T ('. n n mroyod y tiro at Fulton Fri events have made new Issues, anil ,...r a,35 i . m, I.:.. iasues that cannot be relegated iftV'it IHmuaville, took up u collec- , or obscured. i h'oi aixuu &M tor mm. 1 Politicians cannot always make CU Buck is the Jewelry man of n. He buys riL'ht and Hells issues, but great events force coniFn ;i. ti"vcr misrepresents a. jiieuu of lry if he says it is ohf you can sideration upon the people, and m nf ii such we believe will be the issues , ?....,..........,. m uii' c mieu niaies jJisinci uourr resulting from the war with Spain dncali, Monday, T, E. Jenkins was and the Philippines. The polia 1 It i'd of the charge of openinu a ELLISON. o'i mate. Mr Jenkins is a mail ticians will, no doubt, get in their o CB rniiniiiK between Fulton and play for advantage a'a to platimille forms. 4T f6X) worth of solid Kold RiiiKs Up to this date the war issues the price of old jrold. Solid jjold on. are not defined. Certain great UinRs, 1.50iit Buck's. I 'I'Jio fi. M..1wk.1iwf iiiintjfnt. party leaders, Republicans and Tlav J ljf Kiiiih, will till his first regular Democrats, have made known iiiBuuuiiicw next aumiay oervices at their. views, but events change bo tl.iisii.il hour? Mr Kvans was 1'rthiiling Klder of this District. rapidly and conditions with them, air. ranks cs one or tlie ablest preachthat the laeuos aro not shaped. er! in thi Conference. TJiuddeus II Ivey. an nped, Now that Uncle Sam has acquirniLnui'oi tlie prominent and worthv ed these new territories, what's to be done! flow aro they to be governed! Are they to be held if Lni.it. i.f rrii ti'iiniit .t rt under military rule or at some for this THC RnCAT PnP5inFNflAI nAM - lJ - lvH'1' w!rt l" .'""""i fb-llime given the right of self govvoleiit ami worthv man ernment, admitted as States nnd OF 1900, PAIGN Vu Sticfil wiw convicted of nnton bit jnrv at New Madrid, Mo, lafet territories and accorded rights as y; f, auu semeiiccii in Hero len years citizens. These will be great isJin. tohilesuf I he Bf"i poliiioHl ra lie. r now t.tluc rurincJ anJ the e..JI. ' '"? him penitential The evidence Rst Jie iliHcn.M-.- l l.j Th vulcrtherl il.e rri.. ' Ojt that was entirely circumstantial sues and they must be acted on. election. ho had inado tlireats to Mauy rprncli pi bullet ni rrcorJf.t groat Republicans like In the counties of Knox and rrfMdPiitlnl Plpction win nronnuij f- v.,. ... "'"." '"'""i fv...v.v tit before tho tiro. Reed, Senators Hoar. Ma- - Jefferson the State Board will of Up nilun for ihf finiuvs ihio1lc Boutwell, .Oa'rnegie.Sekji the near contests, becaase Col-nflU- 1 1 i i Si for-npl- y n. 1 1 The official returns or the entire State elects W ..8. Taylor, Republican, Governor, by 2,382 plurality. There are some contests yet, which will be considered bs the State Commissioners, bat it ! generally conceded by Democratic papers and leaders that the present official returns will not be materially changed. Iu Nelson County the 1,196 votes certified to W. P Taylor" were given to W. 8. Taylor, the Republican nominee, by decision of a Democratic Judge. Iu Louisville and Jefferson county, where for 30 years tbere has not been an election held free of fraud and corruption, was not an exception this time. F ye precincts were thrown ont andlkese if they had been counted westof giv,p Goebel 350 plurality, ana five precincts objected to by Democrat were counted, giving Taylor a gain of 48 votes-mak- ing a net gain of 398 votes for Taylor. So after all the blow, bravo and threats, and talk of the "Goebel machine" counting Taylor out, the result shows that the count thro' out the State has been aboat as fair and square as anv average dis-lJ- . Bpeoliil iitteiitlnii tfivtMi to the Hellliic of Keal ICstitte of all kind; niid rcirriMilN a full tint of the best ami iiiohI reliable l'ire IiiNiir Hiiee (biinjianleH ilnlii Imihiiii'hn in the State, ami that 'Olil Heliulile" MIII'IIAI. IlKSKhMP AVli INSITItANCK iHO.. that has iilreinl Mhl nut laru'i'l.v over f 1(M,0(H) Life IiiNtiranue in llli'kinnu and leini . .. . . in ni 111.1 ....... ... ...... mm if irniiinu it, .....I I. i...iIimi 11... ..i..... 1.1.1 ...... ...In-- . niiiintj ni in iv ri.imiiir inn this country, lie hoIIcIik liirMirunee L'oinpaiii ilninc biHliieHM , our pall 111 dill unit see him. ruip tup propin 1, ... ae. ! II. T. Tll.hll. I'rp. t. ('. K. Illll.roilllr', . I'rr.'l. 11 (. JOII.M .. tr ICEMAN Pail) lip Capital twt juSjjB AHK HICKMAN, KENTUOKY. i'i.i' hiitiicril) ler hip iiffi nun 1 lip r.lil.lr iirwui ier ohnuiialiip. whole ."phi I Wn-kl- i Rppiihiic Mtprn i lie .. i. . it no. . ..mmm Ki.i .if i" iiiiii.i ir i. up ..,, iii.jiii... ..I.I..I... H.. In rrioii ..h. prpjiidiee l In h ,.oiiii,.l pr le ndiioui pirvicr mi Mo Hiiilcih'e Iu lirriof io iluii of ani oilier iiM'pr In tact, il uproinl fr iiurm Hre iIipIh-h- i ih tl.p pHj.rr for lliul larje cUiip f ieJ-cr- u wlni nHimnl nllunl or do not hue de rfi. lo ilir ilmly pnprr. l die Kc'il Aliiniioii Is iilo cxllrd Hon SiiipUj Mnirmliie It' "'f lu'ip H ImilriMoim ntniip hi world die Mitvcrip-lioU iiikiIp up of .peciiil pi ice by iIip l'iii Itiprarj inleni. Pinbr.io. lug viriptj of current Milij't'ln of -- ,er. i roil i Noh i in I lie nifiimn ni . !.- cii - i H,p ..... mo.' voirr ituif. thprt-lor- iiii . u for 71 .rtnrtm,N "fund n',6h1""P: TbV . nf tlfiitn . ,-... , , iii Imilinml , HorKING. PmnV. w'hut is !!.' callet ii-- i - j I nri 1 SolioitH your IiiimIiickh. We offer the most LIImmuI AeiMiuiuioilutiiiti id our OiiNtomcrfl 0)iiHinteiit with KhIiiIiIIkIum! Itiinkiu 1'iiiieliilcH vi $5.00.0 i'Mivnrii iMtori is Siio.ooo. Nph IJ.T.TVliHU. A. IIOIiOOMUK. .1. N'AYI.OH, W. II. HAhTZKIt .1. W. CO Will Mi. W. Ii. MaOUTOIIISN. M. B SI! AW. ( DI nrp llln.lrtiifil aihI pnlxritvil upon Ih1"'-IFor Hip liPiufii nf llie ImllP" Hip 'flip Ku rp ImmUunipl) llluntrnipil jmbl'o Siinitn MifulHic i ntwnjn InlPf p.ilnn In ppry iiipmiIit ol I be fnmil Tlip Hiiti.rrip'inn piiip f b! fcprnl WptUI Itrpiiliilfl in Jl Oil ppr jpr. TIip Itcpuhlir Suiiiln Mnirmini- id $1 'Jfi ppr Until pi pr tirp nun In in ir oiler e l Imp r. ln pr i p of ?l.fjn i jeiir, T (rrnrp ilil low ra'e bmli iiiupI I'p onlpri"! iter r i fern in l of I l- llel on. rr I Haiinibil D.iilv Post says in refeniiiVa to Major Merwin's lectnro: ...... .. .imi. h .1...1kn .iMiiiiiin mil. .iniiiiv in ai... i'i iiii .i ! v in Siiake.opeare, and dwelt at f inmi'ti JOilKtJl u too (innltties portrayed by Sliatt up are's iiemiues and illuminated theni b llahhes of jntetry and eloquence. The lecture was in all respects a rare lit miry Kern. Mr .A F. HastwcMHl. rejiresentin tb Ilirljuiau S: Tiptouville Levee tuts lxeu in Hickman, the past weeh, iiiul suys hivhas much encouragement as to the ultimate sneeos in tlie matter of increu.ed hui).cripnons in this oouiity Alo that the help of the iu tlnential citizens of Obion and Dyer counties has rcci'titiv been secured In Hicimuu there is some opposition to the levee liieh of cunrv lias a dampeiiiiiK effect on efforts to secure further aid. The buildinir of tlie proposed lovee would (luiulruple the ixipulation of the overllowed eouutrv, and this increase (Mirt'iinlv should itirre.ise the trarto of Hickman. ii .' Vi'nll si?d tiul I'H ill for m ili Hump miiic. VdiliPPf nil oiilo-- s I.. Till: II Kl'UItl.IC. M l.niiip, Mu. Wall Paper and Herder for niedinui room, .$I.(.0 We are t.iakuiK spo-olprices iu order to reduce stock. WiionV Book Srom: Is ! 'Iii':ip Mr. JorgenIiau5ser Used io Worry, HeiMU-- c Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS. STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Prisoners Itenipturcd. A spi'cial disiMtch from Union Citv, dated 21st mst.. says: Sheriff J. E. Finch and Deputy T. I. Noah returned this utoniiuK from Hist Pr.une, Mo , with (ins aims and Manuel Ferj.uni, two of the three while men whooe.ip-m- l from the j ul at U.uou ity on hist his ail vert ii'sumuiit.s in tho local papers didn't ilidn't diaw a etowd to llih ooiIa nttract altiMition Mini mid help him to .m'II M'i'iii to HOW HE DON'T WORRY Wh? nils, Hoeniise lie lias (omul that lie can chock lull of HicMinus, the hc.sl kc ThiUMlay uilit. Tlie men who were captured at East Prairie were on a through freight beating thoir way, but, seeing the ulHcer- -, jumped from the man and endeavored to escape, but ,vero soon run down Jim Sharp, the other prisoner who escaped, is still at largo Every Call and nee oiir Stock. that aic apin lits line in ncw.ipnpct the country over for tiling pearing up to date. n dollar and that with their help it is mere play to arYou can do the Mauy Uj:ui:.vdi:s Si Co range ads which fill the hill to ti " fcaiiic. All lines. Scud n dollar to iit lilty liit-rati- 1 Address On Agricultino and (Jood Ho.ids. Hob-cr- t V. Dulauey, lepivseuting tlie Kentucky Uure.m of Agriculture, will th citi.ens of the county on the above tuples .it the Courthouse in Hickman, Ky., on No ember i!7, at --' o'cliK'k p m. Farmers and nil others interested are invited to attend and assist in organizing a (ountv Agrieultur.il Society or Farmers' I'lub, w base labors shall bo sob ly in improving the agriculture of tlu county, awakening m-t- i rest iu good roads ami more of them, and in using overj means to promote iho industrial welfare of tlie county A live agricumir.il socieiy will do for iho county what (Jommirci il i'uUm ami hiuiilar organizations are doing tor our pnigrcsslvo cities If yon want such an organization iu your comity to be followed by a Farmers Institute during the fall or winter, the opportunity is presented as members of the club is GoiTc.s,onu'nce invited from Lucas Mookk, .itiyono interested. Uontuiissiouer ot Agnoulturo. hulls-pensibl- l" AD SUPPLY BUREAU, 8 Huvoiirhirp St., Itoom 21, VJ B, bLJ I Bartlett, Dlpntplliriiik ) lifAUKK (Snco.Hior lo Win HOSTON, MASS. - is DK. S. K. DAVIDSON- npsntist. H. && p. RKMLET, . Attorney-at-Law- . IIIOKMAN KENTUCKY Oflloo Holcombo fr MCKMAti, Build- ay Totephoiio-Sio- Fancy jrocerios and Provisions, KWTUCKK No. OC, per so tbin that the voter's mark could be seen after it was folded and thus Destroyed a ''socret ballot," as the law requires. But these ballots will be counted by the State Board as they have been by the County Boards. The Legislatnre is- unquestionor "imperialism"; and upon this ably Democratic by about 30 madefinition In acts depends thejority, which, no doubt, insures of the Presidential con- the election ot Blackburn to the test next year. U. S. Senate. There are several The Democratic party is histor- nuti Blackburn members elected, ically and traditionally an expan however, and they, maybe, will sion party, and has given Uncle co operate with Republican memSam all the home territory added bers toward" trying to elect an since the 13 colonies; but it is not Blackburn Senator. and cannot be an Imperialistic The State campaign has been party -- that is, it is wedded to the most bitter in the history of what we call home rule, the con- the State. Goebel, the Democratsent of the people governed, &o,, ic nominee, excited the moet bitbut war conditions must for a ter personal denunciation and oplime exist as factors iu our position on the part of opposing relations with these new acquain- Democratic leaders, and in turn When actual war is on he dealt blow for blow. These tances. the loyalty and patriotism of the ''personalities" cost the Demopeople goes to the Government cratic ticket several thousand conducting the war. and will not votes. Iu fact, with an accepttolerate captious opposition, and able and harmonious nominee the seldom consider well founded Democrats this fear would have Our relations, howev- had a walk-ove- r ctitioisni a majority from er, to Cuba, Poito Kico and the 25,000 to 50,000. Philippines, will no doubt be the The result has been close iu the absorbing issuos of 1900. State, and the personal bitterness involved bus caused mutual dis.More Powerful Thau a King. trust and hence all the extravacharges kept alive and exKook-fe'le- r gant The Vitnderbilt Morgan aggerated by the partisan and senpeople announce that over 75,000 miles of railroad will be sational papers of "election maconcentrated under one manage- chines" counting candidates in ment. And right on top of that and out, and the blood and thuncomes the announcement that nil der talk of seating the Governor the telegraph, cable and telephone olect by force, &o. The facts s stems will bo consolidated. prove that the people have been That ill mean that the few con grossly deceived by such polititrolling mu in these, combines cians, nnd that after all the elecwill have the power to tnako and 1899 has been about as uuiuaku cities and even States, tion of fairly conducted as the average, destroy any business man who they do not like or whoso compe- some fraud, some wrong, but pertitor is a friend of the muuagers haps no worse than mauy previous in the combine, by the system of elections. rebates. Compared to which the power of kings and nobles is Tho belated hubby has been giving tho excuse, to his wifo that he was stay-lu- g anti-Goeb- "expantdou" or "imp'erlalis tic" policy. And on the other side great Democrats like Senator Morgan, Watterson, Gens. Lee and Wheeler and others uphold MoKiiiley as far as he has gone. In truth it remains to be defined what is meant by ''expansion" ley's i m1 8 i OlUoe ovor Oowgill & Oowglil'e Will Drag Htore, HICKMAN, KENrUOKY, FRBB DELIVUUY. ro Buchanan is Hi; jiiut't icu iu ull Court of tho Btutt', ideiioo,,No, at Cost uulesa closing-ou- t excuse will work ull right wifoy tho indignant and suspicious should take u uotiou to mnke her hubby see a few imaginary shooting stars.. np to sen the meteoric display. This n l yr wmsm- mm r" " Ht"'Ui' '"' Hf-- Jvl -- ?' SbbbbbbRbbbbbbb' ''"JaV vv ' i TIio Ilicl.nmii Courier aroiun: wakhen, HICKMAN. piibiinher. INDIAN AFFAIRS. Tlio Coinmisslonsr Kevlews tho Pr-crcs9 THE KENTUCKY MU fMt Democrats t'onceda a .Majority f on tliw Tare of the lteturni, lit llSt to Throw Out I.iiUlla Vc jm i f GER0NA TAKEN. Oan. ENTERED DAGUPAN. , : KOTUCKY TOPICS. of Affairs lu tho Servlc. Orer 3,000 lVrtoua Aro Ktuplnyeu' In tha Indian lin 1'nllcr la to Km- ilor Indian in Every l'uiltlon to Which lliey Ara 1'lttetl will People of tho Town, Who Aro of tho itiniie Jietter Class, Welcome Ainorlniiis. r uiir Ik. MaoArthur Found Nn Imiirccnu There lla l Preparing- - IIU Troopt for an Attack. 31,-T- "He That Any Good Should hve ht.tlth. Tu re, rich blood U iht first requisite. Hood's AtrsjpArttU, fy gMnif good Hood And good health, h.s htlrxd nuny a nun U success, besides givina strength jnrf cour.tgeto ivomen tvho, before Ukinq ii, trow not nvi see Any good in life to win. Remember U win wuuia JIT' ft good TI i. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 21. Tl Manila, Nov. has been a oeratlc stato campaign committ 13- revival of insurgent activity south of nil tlron Will ll (UrrUuned Mlth Two Manila, reues mat Taylor has a tiiaio particularly In Cavlto pro States Senator Sawtkh CoiiiiiAtilm of thp Jllth Itrclitiflit, aud mc loco or tlin return. 1,,,. l. lm,n I vince. At Imus Sunday the Filipinos Is tS years of nje. Urn. Mar Arthur u I'rurrrd hope of the election of tho domoerste fired a smooth-borLioiir.MNO killed 500 birds ia County camion, but this 'lowurtl llajuiuhmic. ticket on throwing out tho vniohf was soon silenced by tho American arMonairhan, Ireland. Washington, Nov. 20. The annual Louisville on account of Interfere.!'1 tillery. Thk couiniandcr-in-chle- f of the MoManila, Nov. 20. The followinir report of the commissioner of Indian of llradley's soldiers, and Johnson aid rocco army is a Scotchman. In tho course of tho morn ng Maj dlspatches have been received here I.v all Spain there are only 3.2S0 chil- affairs, William A. Jones besides re- Ivnox counties, where tissue ball." from correspondents accompanying the Coxvles, with a battalion of tho Ith dren in the viewing the progress of affairs in all were used. Tho Kentucky election infantry and two gun scattered tho if Aiiii'iican advance north. Mibs Flqhetta. Vim.no. of Hull. branches of the service, urges more plaluly provides for a enemy from tho districts around Imus secret ball . Mass., owns nine newspapers. Gekona, Nov. IS. Gen. MacArthur nnd in the direction of Pen. !)... systematic methods, study of individ- and tho republicans admit that tl EFFORT WAS WASTED. Umtkd States Sltkemk Couirr entered Geroun, as already cabled this Mnriuas. Tho Americans could ual traits and consideration of subse- aro not as well fortified in the defiti. not Siiikas is a stenographer. evening. The insurgents had lied last pursue the retreating insurgents be quent environment in outlying stud- of their Interests lu Johnson and Ki Told Ilia .tun n Nlre Little glory An international congress of clerks ies In tho Indian schools. is lib n Murnl, Mill II Una The entire county cases as might be, but do nt Monday, after burning the depot. cause their ammunition was exhausted. may be held at Paris next year. tln.i vnlllitir. cducatioual system of tho Indian of- credit to any extent tho demoefato Nothing e.se was destroyed by tliutu. The Filipinos were tinder tho command Most of the patients In lunatic asy fice, , is Gerotia is the first town nlung the of Gen. Mariano Trias. he I predicated upon tho claim regarding Louisville. lums nave brown or black eyes. I overheard s couple of railway line where In fact, they nsscrt that shoti-- i Spies report that tho insurgents are tliMiicn irlnliittf their experience '" doiiu-iti- Rtn Tiik centenary of Count Von Moltko final abolishment of the anamalous Indian reservation system. attain n frv d.ii jco. One of tlitm said Loulsvlllo be thrown out on tho pr-- the uutivisdld not run at the approach coming Into Cavlto proviueo from will be celebrated October 23. 1000. Ins boy was inclined too much There arc now 20,52: boys and girls text claimed, they will not stnnd M of the Americans. Expi.obivk bullets were tlrst used In in La gun a province and tho of In tune to Htlilrlie to devoteami neglect iiurts Tho padres offered quarters In the other southern provinces. Tho in attendance in the various Indian It, nnd that they have tho assurance India for hunting and elephants. hi tlit'hv, while the other fniii.il Inn lxy Tiikhe are over 2,600 traveling libra-tie- s schools of au enrollment of over 20,000. that Gov. Ilradley will back them m church aud convent. The town has devotmR hniu smooth I k res and two different liu merlin to master half a dozen miuienl instrument, wludi was in the United States. Wisconsin The Indian population from which in resistance which they say is alreao one good ltoiue. Gcrona is the seat of modem cannon. Firing was In pro- the raiue of Im iifgieclmg duties aaaigued has 2 IS. English sugar interests. these are taken, being 1S1.000, while fully planned. Goebel maungcrs gress .Monday afternoon nnd It is re him to iierfunu I.v ilclpiuni a new fuel has been in"I timk the lxy ande," sunl the parent, Tho trip here uns a hard one, nd ported that there are more insurgents announce they will not tnko ai the "and tolil him the vented called "vesuve," made of peat ary population has remained stationslnrv A iimii. appeal from the decision of Judp" occupied six hours In covering seven in tho vio.nlty of lmus than over there has been such a steady inhopper waited nll thf thrrrlul iU)s nlnum. and rpsin. inrr Hiiitti; kiji) lul m the iirlds and Half the men you meet are carrying crease hi the number of tho Indians Jones at Glasgow, where t.ius malor miics and a half, most of tho time be- Gen. MacArthur'a the prudent ant enjoying reconnolssnuec en- iiiiirord himself, while tfathcmin food and the watches they gavo their wires be- being educated as to warrant the opin- Ity of Nelson county votes, crroncou-l- ing spent in fording a quuttcr of a each hour by ion that the next quarter century will p. Taylo linle lluod running out of the Rio Tar tered Dagupau Monday afternoon. W. certified for fore marriage. stormit it away. When winter came, and lac. We have uo wagons, and pack The Americans found that uo insur- the tlicrtii"tneter reentered In the vicinity wero ordered It is said there is more chamnacrne witness, not a diminution of the In- S. counted for of rero, the gnuiltuppcr approached Ui Taylor. drank in one year than tlie champagne dian population, but an extinguishIn this state jo mules and native bearers carry till our gents had been there for four d.tys. snt for the loan of prtnmiuu. ease, the vote of Jefferson, Knox districts produce in seven. Tho 3111 infantry was probably lu Dagment of Indian tribes. "Hut the ant mil 'What were ou aix supplies. all summer!' 'Oh, ilnjitiu ami dancing,' The gifts of John D. Rockefeller to The natives here say that llayom-bon- upau Sunday, leaving Sunday night. One discouraging factor however, is Johnson must be wiped out to git laid the craithoper. 'Oh, well, chop ico the city of Cleveland now amount to disclosed by tho unsatisfactory result! Goebel a majority, but his managers was captured last Sunday by No insurgents have been seen now, aiil the snt, to the hungry Rratshoik-ethe surprising sum of $1,000,500. It is believed, are collectinp; evidence mounted troops, probably Gen. Young's went away and dropped dead item eold near the railroad, and It English and trench iclentists are of the past nine years' trial of of the Indians with the whites of alleged fraud in various republlcai brigade of Gen. l.awton's division. Is believed that the only armed and hunger. I thought the moral of the planning for an International scientific storr was too plain for me further in the public schools. The report says counties, nnd In this will ask the sts.1i The people here are of a better class force of any sixe Is in the comment, and as I was to ituLe leave it congress at the Paris exposition. to election board to throw out thesi than we have usuallj found, and the' mountains of tho province of Gam- with him to think It oirr the little fellow are not Mits. Mama Am.kx, of Elyrla, D., the results of this looked tip and said, who is 08 years of age, is the oldest commensurate with tho expenditure; countios. Senator Dcboo camo bac. welcomed tho Americans, as they evi- ble to tho west, although there are but there seems to be"nut'sas all rifthl, ps, many crass-bJust Monday night and is supposed to bo'li dently realize that their agricultural reports of insurgents concentrating opera,' member of the Woman's Kcllcf corps. that the idea theoretically is an Ad There was nothmc more to aar." at San Miguel De C ml! a tig, west of it is saiil that a syndicate of Ameri- mirable expedient for breaking down direct communication with Gov. Brad interests Hl revive. (Mr.) .Mail. can, English and German bankers have prejudices and civilizing the Indian ley, though he did not visit the execuGen. MacArthur said this afternoon: Panique, and at Mangslarom (or arranged for a loan of 815,000,000 to but the figures show it is not aa un- tive office. We seem to be entering a different at west of Ilaysbaug. J' Gen. "How women do love to atar at a btrol" Guatemala. qualified success. The people hero seem to MaoArthur is prepared for tho attack, aald the Cynical Youth. MYrp," auentrd Louisville, Ky., Xov. 21 Tin mosphere. Onk test for distinguishing diamonds uariirior list U one rron Tho full adjournal be less attached to Agulnaldo's cause his forces being disposed between uic Ihey alwai lliick."Ito wtddina."-l- B. hy from glass and paste Is to touch them tact most, blood, who needs such con- county board of canvassers ... ... . .. is rarely secured, and tho than those in many towns mo have Durban, province of Tarlac. and Dagu-paJourr-a)- . uiatiapoh with the tongue. The diamond feels ..luuuif iicraooB uniii. tveunti-dagroundwork, at least, of Indian educa The 12th Infantry, a battalion of after having completed the oft- - entered on the railroad line. much the colder. The Ileal The command will move northward the 7th infantry aud two troops of Slid Fever Is n I'rorrlplhm tar CMIIa Owino to the feeling over the Boer tion, must bt laid under the govern- cial count of ballots cast November bottle of Cmovk's TiitiUm at daybreak tomorrow toward llayom-bon- cavalry are with Gen. MacArthur war English shops in the vincinity of ment's auspices and control. Stronger Tho city and county give Taylor a, CniixTnwr. His slmplylrouandnulnlnnln ulnstrlrasform Noruisi no pay I'rlre.Wo. Dagupan. Geron.1 will be garrisoned with the Grand opera house in Paris have measures for forcing the attendance on ramy or a.413. The work of the Gen. Wheeler has decided not to reben boycotted by the French. Indian schools are urged. There are Monday was the consideration of ta two companies of the SOth. Fashion may eome and faihfon may go, About 1,500 lives have been lost by 2,5(53 employes In the Indian service contested precincts in various parts Immediately on entering Gerona turn for congress. He Is writing a r but the iilu.'ftrnt father of several dsujfitrrs cf nsht nn forever- - paring largamiCintry the earth shocks at Ardin, in Asia and the policy is to employ Indians to Presiden MeKlulev with a re- in the city which had been passed as tht Slave u's scouts moved up the track toDispatch. Minor. Many towns have been every position to which they are adapt- count progressed. Five of these wer ward I'a.uque. On the way they en- quest that It bo forwarded to tho house wiped out of existence. T Can m 'U la On. ;ar of representatives. ed by nature and education. In tho course of thrown out and five wero counted countered hii entrenched party of In A fkculiab clock, of the time of Take, LanUin llromo Qulnlmt Tablets. All TVita A thoreugh and exhaustive investian Interview ..1..l t.. surgents Charles L, was the lantern, or bird A....cuiKuiu,Kaiii 01 iwo mem- - entering whom they drove back, then dent he said: with a press correspon- drujrKUU m fund money if It falls to euro. too. "Congress if it occupies tne towu and oaplurintr four cage style, which hung from the walls gation of the Seminolea In Florida has bers of the legislature by the dcuiof A Mircr,(ul mail Is nnr who attracts so fl locomotives resulted in tho discontinuance of the crats. and 18 cars, as alrculv the first day of the session in high up, with its works exposed. much attention in the- wcr'd offices of industrial teacher and other The legislative result in the count' cuKcd. 'I n ey learned that 600 Insur- psaaliig a resolution declaring In un- con run lu abut bun Atchison that eopl Fkitz Ei.off. one of President Giobe. 50 grandchildren, bears the honemployes and no school will be estab- now stauds one republican senator gents had .eft the town in the course mistakable terms that tho sovereignly orary title of lieutenant despite tho lished for them at present, their real five republican and three deraoeraticl' of the afttri.oon. of the United States Is to be maintainfact that he is only four years old. 1:1 1'AMqiK. Nor. is. Gen. MacArthur'! ed in the PhilipplncH. thus dispelling V1.A t. and fancied wrongs having embittered rinrf.n tntltrnc Ovku 53,000,000 have been expended them against governmental Agulnaldo's delusion that the aiuMm-peritroops arr veil from Gerona In the co;tr assist- board meets again Wednesday it w this year in connecting the main long- ance. sts esn assist him. will bo perhear arguments on the motion, nolle of the tnuruiiig. The railroad beyond distance telephone lines with small Concerning the Indian territory, the of which was given several days this point has not been destroyed. forming a sacred duly. Such a resolutowns cast of the Mississippi river. aj The captured rill way stocl is being tion would save the lives of nuny A good English authority estimates report severely arraigns nepotism, lack by counsel for the democratic cane that 51,000,000,000 foreign capital is of management aud demoralized con- dates to throw out the vote Jf repaired to handle supplies. Tho ex- American soldiers aud thousands of now operating In Russia in manufac- ditions and a deplorable state of af- Jefferson county because of alleged iW pedition will go uorth toward lUvom deluded Filipinos, would avert famine. turing, industrial, steamship and other fairs generally in ..administering tha umiuaiion ojr me ataxo mint ia. Dem- 'sffcorg ?roi.al)ly The slirnnl suiTerlng and desolation from these Istwiiools"ftna6rp"han asylums of tho flvo ocratic newspaper figures ettMTri, nwiurffc 1ijtftgB.rn.au ., now rive corps are constructing lines with great lands, and would' render unnecessary the expenditure of hundreds of milTaylor a f.tT """'lIeut. San Diego Masko. a son of Indian nations. nearly ,0(0 on rapidity. t.e Cuban leader, is ou his way to fight Out of 21 boarding schools not moro the state. plurality of that 3,48'J votes A native courier from llayombong lions of (lobars." They show the Philippine rebels. In an interview than four of the superintendents 'Pie people on Cotta Itato, on the are arc in contest and that Goebel has a repor's that the American troops left at Omaha he said he hoped some day competent to teach the ordinary En- plurality of 037 on the uncortcstcd the to . n soon after they entered and touthw esteru coast of tho island of to be president of Cuba. glish branches, and financial misman votes. that many natives remain, although Mindanao, desire the establishment of In some towns of Germany the tele- agement is Aiuenesu government there, and have especially complained of. no insurgents. phone is introduced by tobacconists a THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. A continuous procctslon of refugees addressed a petition to Geu. Otis askan additional attraction to customers. Reporting on the Chippewa outbreak la ente ing P.tnlque from the north, ing him to send troops. Any one who buys a cigar may, if he of last autumn. Commissioner Jones Tha Section Kelittlnc to the Vr Mill indicat ng Two columns one from Imus and jirfi- desires, speak over the tobacconist's says: s the proxflnltv of other He Hold Open Lnnr; a 1'ot.lble 'J-Jrv,'j. "For many years Chlppewas have instrument. American troops probably off tho rail- the other from Itacoor, converged on Other bertloii) About 1 InKhid. been arrested aud taken from their A new way to coal locomotives Is road line. These refugees say that the Cipotc bridge, where they found a Introduced by a prominent rail- homes to St. Paul ami other points as Washington, Nov. 21. The secre- the insurgents have not known which deserted Filipino camp. ACTS GENTLY ON THE road. All the engineer has to do is to witnesses or as offenders, chiefly in tary of war spent Two troops of the lihcavalrr, four over two hourt with way to turn with the Americans oc run his engine on a trestle, touch a whisky cases. Often wholesale companies of the Uu Infantry and two arrests the president Monday discussing his cupying mj many places in the north. button and a tenderful of coal drops have been made solely for the fees annual report, on which report will bo Panique is a rich Mi?ar town. Some guns of Capt. Rtley'a battery proceedinto his tender, which is weighed as it which would nccruo to the officials. based some of the most ed to Anaboo, south of Imus nnd came of the ucilthy Chinese and tho urops in. Indians have been helped to obtnin tions of the president'simportant sec- natives fled at the first approach poorer upon the enemy entrenched at that message to of oir Miss Alice Serueic, of New York, whisky by It is understood that this troops but they arc now confidently point. They scattered thn Filipinos, the first woman granted the prlvilego them for tho very ones who arrested congress. using It at practicing in the United States dissection of tho message will be heH returning. The ram has ceased, tho but as Mie latter were subsequently re"In some cases Indians carried off to open as long as possible, trict court, is a Russian by birth, and awaltlntr dt weattier Is fine and the country i dry- inforced, tho Americans returned to did not know English until her twelfth court have been left to get back home vclopments in the Philippines, whic ing rapuliy. Imus u dcr fire, seven of our men rs 0rLsSEFFECTUALL; year. She, however, speaks without a as best they could. The whole matter of may change the wounded. Our scouts found 15 Moncaila, 12:30 a. in. status of the situation Advancing trace of accent. arrests by the deputy marshals hav almost any day. through the enemy's country by tram dead insurgents at Anaboo. Tiik stores in Allegheny come to a farce, a fraud and hardship Thirty insurgents under a major. The cn i overcomes county, Pa., may be consolidated. The to the Chlppewas and a disgrace to the are other sections of the message from Pitnique. a distance of five miles escaped from Ilayambaug Sunday nearly completed, but to finish tho the Aiiiericaiisreachcd Moucada where idea is goods direct from community." message before congress meets will the nat vo have displayed a frlcndiy about ten minutes before tho Amerih4B.TUALC0NST.PAT.ON manufacturers and ininortcrs. The call for a large amount of hard work. disposition. The train is stalled ncro cans entered. Others it is said, threw WILL REMAIN AWAY. ltanksvtllc association, PERMANENTLY Owing to this fact it is probable that by the wreck of two locomotives and &f their guns into the river and now play composed of coal miners, is at the head of tho movement. Tha Chlcaco Orchestra, Theodora Thorn- - the president will not be able to uo to cars, evidently intentional, on the main the role of atnlpos. Manv Sii.inish It is estimated that there are 11,000,-00- 0 ai, Loader, Deallnei the Invitation to Nashville to participate in the welcome track. The freight house and denot prisoner, escaped from tho Filipinos cows In the United Mates devoted Attend tha I'arls Kxpoaltlon. home of the Tennessee regiment. No had been burned. No attempt will bo are at Ilayambaug, among them tho BUT TMC GCNVirU - mamt o oy to butter making, and that their averdefinite determination has been made, made to save tho wrecked rollinc former governors of the province Chicaoo, Nov. 20. The Chicago orage yield Is 125 pounds of buttor a however. If the trip Ik undertaken it ' tock, but tho traek will be cleared. of Tarlac and Zainbalcs. There It HERNIA TG SYRVP(S year, or a total of 1,375.000.000 Bounds. chestra, under the leadership of Theo- will be made in the briefest practlca aod as soon ns two small breaks have also quite a large colony of foror about 18 pounds for each one of the dore Thomas, has decided to decline ble time. insurgent officers been repaired, the expedition will con- mer collected tho invitation of the directors of the population of the country. rei o. rtasirtit that point, including Maj. tinue northward. Thus far tho ad- at Cor. I'nUal I iriU. tho veteran Paris exposition to attend that show Ortiz, wlio acted as Interpreter for the oouth African warrior, is an excellent in 1900. In n letter addressed to Wabiiinoton, Nov. 2L The postmas-tc- r vance has been a completo success. Filipino commission headed by Gen. Capt. Carr. or the signal corps has laid ofllcer, a good sportsman, au inimitaCdourado Colonne, general has ordered that private Alejandrino, who visited Manila In ble cutertaincr and a bit of a literary board of directors, chairman of thn mailing cards a wire from Panique. Theodore Thomas addressed in the dmiw.. September. swell to boot. Ho went through the declares Ortiz "niii inr tviloaml that as an American citizen t,c mails or to the Philippines. Guam Allereil Incendiaries lurred and raath. Amigo clothing nnil has donned tho rn.,i,i,5CA',i;.A,,,TH nml III) arlMiMST Tea" the ""7 two Matalielc wars and gained experiannounces that ho he is a lover of justice and liberty and Cub. I,orto Rico, Mexico and Canada wreok mr f llo was franlle will, ireil. ence, honor and no wounds. has abandoned the Insurrection. for iwousji. arin tried siirnrt f yoiirCASt'AltKTH. can not consistently visit the French need not hereafter bear the words llKLLKroxTAiNK, O., Nov. 19. A There are nearly 500 r f" The Spaniards say that the new In"postal card,'" or 'carte postel," though while womun and two negroes wero imineaiamiir wolmtliircninnitiidCaarsret' electric plauts in the United Mates, capital. a.rmlsaarsa. ill Mr. Thomas freely admits that tho that is still necessary for other postal tarred and feathered by prominent surgent capital is llengact, and that 1'ittaburg Sato & Deposit Co. Hltsburg. nn investment of over representing tho American prisoucrsnre at Caniltin. Js verdict in tho Dreyfus cast-w800,000,000; respon. union countries. Domestic postal cards citizens of West Liberty, Logan coun represented by water wheel, 200,000. There are 000 sible for his determination to remain also are directed to bo admitted to tho ty, at midnight rrlday night. Their They report having seen Lieut. CANDY and his party In tho north. miles of street railway operated with away from the exposition. rATUA BTt foreign mails if the words "carte names are Nell Jackson, white water power electrically transmitted. postel" are placed on them. .Mlirtt-i-Ldward Jackson, Year In I'rUnn. colored, her (ivorgU l'rohlbltlou lllll The Lick observatory astronomnrs ; Nkw Yoiik. Nov. 21. Kocordcr Goff aud David R Gn., Nov. 20. A measureus the north star is 245,000,000,000 tell Atlanta. I'rlmr 3lliilter's Ulfn Dead. colored. Tho of victims handed down nn opinion nnd decision Twaor Maait nioiarr Nto miles away. The Llclc telescope and known as the Wlllingham bill havlmr London, Nov. 21. The marchioness were confined in jail trio charged with in- in ncral sessions court Monday dephotospectroscope have discovered 15 for its purpose the establishment of of halisbury, wife of the prime minis- - cendiarism. A tnob was organized anil nying a new trial to William 11 A. multiple stars. The star Mizar, the prohibition in the state of Georgia hus tcr of Lnglnnd, is dead. Ik-- hcaith battered the middle star of the handle of tho great been made a special doors of the Jail, and, Moore, convicted some months ajo of order for the lower recently appeared to be improving ni'J,?n, ''alalapla. Potent IIr"iV(iJ, dippef, has a brilllaucy 100 times that house NaeerHlcketi. Weaken, nr tS.o! of tho legislature on Tuesday her demise was unexpected. She and stripping the victims, they coated "bndjjerlni,'" Martin Mahon, of "Tho f iui' sun. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... died them with tar and feathers nnd then Xew Amsterdam hotel" and sentenced next. 1U.IU, H..,r ttmftmt, ISk.t, at Hatfield House. The electric nowcr is usa In th lt..,.., ,. Tt j,f paraded them through tho town. to ID years in prison. mines for hoistjng. Air compressing ine J'eut'tiiiiaker Killed. t harlijr linn Unapproved. ft.',. K ,7&rKn.a V,1.1 Washington, is used to operate the drill. Jly means Nov. 20. During a Kiliiiiinila III. Oklabuiaa Wanta Slltelliixl. Kansas Citv, Mo., Nov. 21. Tho of electricity a low grade of ore is fight Saturday night between Charles Cathollo church, througu Macon, (la., Nov. Gutiikik, 0. T., Kov. 20. Tho state-hoolit. Rev. J. vorkud that was aever used before. P. Ormsby und George P. llarnes, J. Glcuiion, convention, which closod here, George F. Kdmunils, of Vermont, who coadjutor bishop of the Anour half the cases appealed to the Charles P. Golway, 2i years of age, diocese of Kansas City, has set its seal uppoluted u committee to draw up a Is hero as lendlnir counsel for tho & iJ.I'of Colorado supreme court are reversed, who attempted to the majority of them on technicalities was hit a severe act a peacemaker, of, disapproval on the charity ball memorial to congress asUinu; that Okla- Southern railway in an injunction Worth $4 to SJ comparod. viraee ).! blow nn th which It was proposed to hold in the homa bo granted statehood with hor suit In tho United States court, is conmm uuior manes. duo largely to the fact that Judges of Imlnraeil by tltt--r the county courts are not necessarily knocking him down. Tho fall caused convention hall on Thnnicsgivingevcn- - pieaent bounduriei. A lobby was also fined to his room by uu attack of 1,000,000 wearers a fracture of the skull, from which he ini' fnrthn i.n..O, .. .1. . . bronchitis. Ills condition is not . lawyers. appointed to go to Wnshinrrton. Th orniidie hsva W. 1. died early Sunday morning. The fa- - home, aud this as serious. The hair of rabbits nntl nttim- - nnt. Doucut' name sml rrlcel event, from which it tlimpcil nn bottoni. laktl 1 Will .Marry an American OlrL tal blow, it Is said, was struck mals in Russiu is convert! Inrn)mv was expected fully SO.OO'J would Le no tubilllulc claimed la be llaby'a U.atlt ChiuciI by Jlatchai. dishes and plati-s- , whioh ore valued for ht although he denies all knowledge realized, hut VX JDON, Nor. 20. Hon. Archibald good Your dealer been abandoned. Great Llloil llethtine .. ... . 1'oitT Cmnto.v, O., Nov. 21. A bH' ihould kcer Ihim .1.. Ifj their I! l.lll,.. nf .nnl, second son of the earl preparations had been made for the ot-- 4 not, wi will lend a pail son of Edward Heltz was burled V Usay, will soon be married to on recelDt dI nrlre. .sit ?h ar'icles liavo tho appear and a chargeof murder entered against event and hnndreds of tickets had Hce Kino 01 llero Monday. and varnished leather. him. llmm thel Tucker, daughter nf W. A. eutiiii; heads ofIlls doath resulted from 1- - cap lot. earner, me, llfiec.wliilli, plaia Of Catalout bueu sold. of IJoston. H matches. W. L DOUGLAS JHOt CO., Brockti.i, MiM. CURRENT here Ex-Unit- .TV r o 3fccd& SaUabwuffn Sunday-school- s. . Jtis-tic- k r sa3-s- Manlla-D.igupa- Mrll-ktimv- a, tij-e- rs lu-.iv- Mot-.la- y fit.lu-.rin- c be-for- o. y do-Iti- g any-whe- re r al-o- o Ws-Urvil- Man-galaro- n), -.. t.t y, n. i g. be-lo- w let-le- llli.-Clil- cago com-pletcl- y f ... Kru-ger'- s al : to-da- y. bo-in- -r Kidneys, Liver and Bowels CleAnses hr:jJ mitiOA s 'r. the System be-in- g td UrT ,T5EFEEfFECTS. llAtiKN-Powr.i.- vtmnKmi A j water-powe- 1 horse-pow- er as Gil-mo- ro father-in-law- - cuicto r ICi.'-niiatii- d $3 W. L. DOUGLAS 3.gQ SHOES 1 IT- 1 1 ""' ... livd.. 11 . SaaaV ffta. rp-- iSW - & aaiaaft i ii o af Mima aW ' .XdUHUkk a r - THE BOERS' INVASION THE COMING SERMON. ( They Contiiiur to Pour Knpfdly Into Cnpc Colony, With Plenty of Supplies. ., V- -, ' TEN MILES FROM ESTCOURT. ENEMY ing, and I looked at him and thought: "You would be Just ns much a hero in the same crisis." Oh, in that religious of the future there will be Dr. TnlniaRO on Future Modes of discourse living Illustrations token out from everyday life of liarIous MifTerlng Preaching the Gosprl. lulls that will bring to miud the ghastlier hucrllice of Him who In the Ilotv lie Thinks HrllKlotia Trtillia hfgh pl.inen of the Held, on the cross, fought u'ir L.wiIca and endured our Hlinulil lie I'rrarnleil Hn a .tllu- stru;;glcii.iil J. id our deith. later Nhoulil I'rrneli lln-A fieri ;.i:i n'lilpor muilc au Image of l.lvlna Christ. ClniM. and lu-- uMu'd hi llttletiilld. two (Copyrlclil. ICKt. by Louts Klop.ch.) Two UtTftiirccMfnl Attrmptn Mntlc to In this dlhcuurm: I)n Talmuge adOmt (he KiiHtcnbiirs: Commando dresses all Christian workers und deNear Jliifeklrjr by the llritUh. scribe what he thinks w II. be the modes of preaching the Gospel In the futures text, Itomuus 12:7: "Or ministry, let Aerere Fighting look I'laer llennrts of us wait on our ministering." lleay Haiti at I.adyMillth Niit was seated on the plw..i of a While CuiiHrnted (leu, Jouuert Kart- hotel at Lexington, K.v.. one summer l to Ha Muting tuuth. evening, n gentleman asked mc: "What do you think of the coming sermon V" Lokimik, Nor. SI. The Standard supposed he Mas asking mc lu regard to publishes tho following from Lady some new discourse of Dr. Gumming, of who sometimes preached star.itilth, dated Sunday, November ,10: tling sermons, nod I replied: "I have Tlic nrrlvnl of tho relief column at not seen It." Hut I found out afterward Estcourt ha completely mod I lied tiio that he meant lo usk what thought plan of the enemy, unit lien. Joubert would be the characteristics of the comha moved to tho south tn nil elTort to ing Mention of the world, the sermon of prevent tho junction of tho two Brit-U- h the future, the word "Cu'cmlng" as a noun pronounced (he same as the word forces.' Nov, 31. MaJ. Uothun't "coming us an adjective. Hut my mispatroiH liavo located tho enemy on the take suggested to mc a tery Important northwest, about ten uillca oft". Tho nnd practical theme, "The Coming Sermon." Boers would not bo drawn. llcfore the world is converted the lighting U reported at tlic Mool style of religious discourse will hate river. to be contorted. You might ns well go The Boors are doing more looting Into the modern Sedan or Gettysburg than fighting nnd nil their parlies with bows and arrows, instead of rifles south of l.adysinith are foraging on and bombshells and parks of artillery, tint farm. as lo expect to conquer this world for Advice from Ladysmith tell of bril- God by thu old style of cxhortlon and Jonathan 12dimh liant service stories with comparative- sermouology. ly slight lo on our tida and heavy preached the Acrmons most adapted to laughter of Uio enemy. Ladysmith the nge In which he lltcd, but if those lb full of wounded and captured Doers. icrmnns were preached now they would an audience into two It la rcxrtcd that in tho fighting on divide sound asleep and those classes wanting those November 0 the enemy lot 300 killed to go home. and 500 captured. Hut there is n discourse of the future. The lWxm arc trying hard to Who will prcauh it hate no Idea. In nnd conciliate tho native Kaf- what part of the earth it will be born I 1 1 1 Infill-fluen1 year, old, who If wu. nnd nhu hf.ld:' "That must 1e some wiy grl'at man." The fculplor' wan (lisp.ranud with the rrllicUa, so he g.il another block of murhle and chiseled nway on It two or three years, and then he brought lu his little child, four or live years of uge. shd said to her: "Who do you think that Is?" She said: "That must be the One who took little children In IHsarms und blessed them." Then the sculptor was satisfied. Oh, my friends, w hat the world wants is not a cold Christ, not an Intellectual Christ, not a severely magisterial Christ, but a loving Christ, spreading out Ills arms of sympathy to press the whole world to His loving remark also thnt the religious discourse of the future of whlrh I pcak will be u popular discourse. There arc those In these times w ho speak of n popular sermon ns though there must be something wrong ubout it. As these critic nrc dull thcnisehc.i, the world gets the Impression that a rcrmon is good in proportion as it is stupid. Christ was the most popular preacher the world ever saw and, considering the small number of the world's population, had the lurgest audiences ever gnthered. He never preached anywhere without making n (.'teat sensation. People rushed out in the wilderness to hear him reckless of thc'.r physical necessities. So great was their anxiety to hear Christ that, taking no food with them, they would huve fainted nnd started hud not Christ performed n miracle and fed them. Why did so many people tnkc the truth at Christ's hands? Hecausc they nil understood it. He illustrated his subject by n hen nnd her chickens, by n bushel measure, by a handful of salt, by n bird's flight nnd by n lily's aroma. AH the people kuew what he meant, and they flocked to J in. And when the religious discourse of tho future appears it will not be Princetoninn, not Kochcstcrlnn, not Andoveriun, not Middlctoninn, but plain, practical, unique, earnest, comprchcurlte of all the woes, wants, sins and rorrows of an auditory. Hut when the exhortation or discourse docs come there will be a thousand gleaming sclmctcrs to ehnrgc on It. There nro In so many theological seminaries professors telling young men how to preach, themselves not knowing how, nnd I am told that if n young man in some of our theological seminaries says anything quaint or thrilling or unhnie faculty and students fly ut him and set him right and straighten him out nnd smooth him down and chop him oil until he sa s everything just ns ctcrybody else says it. Oh, when tho future religious discourse of the Christian church arrives all the churches of Christ in our great cities will be thronged! The ttorld wants spiritual help. All who hate burled their dead want comfort. All know thcmseltes to bo mortal nnd to be Immortal, and they want to hear about the great future. I tell you, my friends, if the people of our great cities who have had trouble only thought they could get practical nnd sympathetic help in the Christian church, there would not be n street in Washington or New York or any other city which would be passable on the Subbath day if there were a church on it, for all the people would press to that asylum of mercy, that great house of comfort and consolation. A mother with a dead babe in her arms camo to the god Sita and asked to have her child restored to life. The god Siva said to her: "You go and get a handful of mustard seed from a house in which there has been no sorrow and lu which there; has been no death, nnd I will restore your child to life." So the mother went out, nmshc went from house to house nnd from home to home looking for a plnce where there had been no sorrow nnd where there had been no death, but she found none. She went back to the god Siva and said: "My mission is a failure. You sec, I haven't brought the mustard seed. I enn't find n place where there has been no sorrow nnd no denth." "Oh!" said the god Siva. "Understand, your sorrows ore no worse than the sorrows of others. We nil have our griefs, and nil hate our heartbreaks." I 1 1 Oil-telle lwcarll Hut firs. ho Loifiox, Nov. reports of hoavv lighting at Ladystnlth last Wednesday havo not been confirmed. On the contrary, tho most reliable advice from Htlcourt Indicate that there was nothing wore than a desultory cannonade. Probably tho rumor of a Sertoli engagement grew out of the fact that tlio Boers threw a few harmless altclU late Tuesday night, leading to the supposition that an attack was Nothing, however, hapimminent. pened Wednesday. Beyond the fact that the Boer are dally receiving fresh reinforcements (nd supplies, there Is practically noth ing hew front tho front. Tho Boer Invasion of Cape Colony continues steadily and rapidly. There arc 1,300 Hoers at Colcsbcrg, ani news has reached Hast London that Ladygrcy, near Allwal, north, has been deserted by tho British and Is now in the hands of the enemy. A Pretoria dispatch announces tho arrival there among the prisoners of MaJ. llaldau, Lieut. Itrochleand Lieut. lisllwry. It also declares that the llrltlsh on Sunday made two unsuc cessful attempts to oust tho Rustcn-burcommando from a position near Mafcking, and that severe fighting took place. (Ion. Joubert it evidently moving south to prevent if possible the Junction of the llrltlsh relieving force with tho forcos at F.stcourt and Ladysmith, whllo on the Orange river border the Hoers are believed to be concentrating nt Donkerpoort to oppose Oen. Holler's advance. It it said 0,000 Hoon have already laagered at Donkerpoort. 31.-Tg Mrait o la Mob. Covisotox, Go., Nov. St. A masked mob of about 75 men attacked the Jail here at 11 o'clock Monday night in an oiTorl to hfouro Wm. Collins. & white muu. Sheriff Andcroon, In defending the prliHiuor, ordered hitdputfc to lire Tho c(Tect of the upon tho mob. shooting Is not known, but tho sheriff ftaya ho taw otic man carried olf by his companions. Collins attomptcd to Miss Mlunlo Klrkus, who llvci near tho Portenlalo mills. Kmuernr William at WInitior. In tho course of tho afternoon tho emperor went for a stroll lu Wludsor park, inspected tho WiNDflou, Nov. 31. as-nu- ll queen's prize cattle, and visited the urutory. .There was a family dinner party at tho castlo Monday evening. Tuesday an elaborate banquet will bo given In St. (leorge'a hall. United Stntcs Ambassador Choato will bo among the guests. "transferred to Mrs Hewer. A formal Nov. 31. lecd of cogveynnce was Monday placed on file transferring from Adm. Ocorgo Dewey to Mrs. Mildred Dowoy tho property No. 1717 Khodo Islaud avenue, in thin city, which was presented to tho admiral by popular subscription. A nominal consideration is named. WAMUNnTox, a dentist living nt 11233 Wabash avenue, 'committed suicide Monday night by From what the po. drinking poison. llco can lcaru Wllklc had not been llv. ing with his wlfo for nearly four .months. Tha Rhasarock Dismantled. Tho racing Glasgow, Nov. 91. yacht Shamrock Is being dltmantled a Greenock. She wat towe d mott of the way ud talUd under her own canvas Drank I'olton. Chicago, Nov. 31. Dr. & M. Wilkle, only 130 mile Christians it will bo delltrrcd I cannot guess. That discourse of exhortation may be lwrn In the country meeting banks of the St. Lawrence house or the Oregon or the Ohio or the or the Alabama. The person who shall deliver it may this moment be in a cradle under the shadow of the Sierra Nevada or in a New England farmhouse or amid the rlcellolds of southern satanuas, or this moment there may In: some young man in one of our theological seminaries, in the Junior or middle or senior class, shaping that weapon of power, or there may be coming1 some new baptism of the Holy Ghost on tlic churches, so that some of us who now stand in the watchtowcrs of Zlou, waking to a realization of our present Inefficiency, innj preach it That coming discourse may not ba SO years olT. And let in pray God that its arrival may be hastened while I announce to you what I think will be the chief characteristics of that discourse or exhortation when it does arrive, and I want to make my remarks approprlateand suggestive to all classes of Christian workers. First of all, I remark that that fu ture religious discourse will be full of a living Christ in contradistinction to A discourse didactic technicalities. may be full of Christ though hardly mentioning Ills name, and n sermon may be empty of Christ while every sentence Is repetition of Ills titles. The world wants a IhlngChrlst, not a Christ standing at the head of a formal system of theology, but a Christ who means pardon and sympathy and condolence and brotherhood and life and Heaven, a joor man's Christ, an overworked Christ, an invalid's Christ, a farmer's Christ, a merchant's Christ, an art linn's Christ, an eicry man's Christ. A symmetrical and line wonlcd system of theology is w ell enough for theological classes, but it has no more business in a pulpit than hate the technical phrases of nn nnatomlst or a psychologist or a physician In the sickroom of n patient. Tho world wants help, immediate and world uplifting, nnd it will come through a discourse in which Chrit shall walk right down into the immortal soul nnd takcccrlastingpos-icssloof it, llUing It as full of light ns is this noonday firmament. That sermon or exhort ntion of the future will not deal with men in the of Jesus Illustrations threadbare Christ. In that coming address there will be instances of IcarIous suffering taken right otit of everyday life, for there is not a day when somebody is not dying for others as the physician saving his diphtheritic patient by sacrificing his own life; as the ship captain going down with his essel wlUIe he Is getting his passengers into the lifeboat; ns the Jlrenmn consuming In the burning building while he is taking n window; ns child out of a fourth-storIn summer the strorg swimmer at Ktist Hampton or Long Hranch or Cape May or Lake Ocorgo himself perished trying to rescue the drowning; as the newspaper boy one summer, supporting his mother for some years, his Invalid mother, when Offered by a gentleman fiO cents to get some speelul paper, and he got It, nnd rushed up In his anxiety to deliver it and was crushed under the wheels of the train and lay on the grass rvlth only strength enough to say: "Oh, what will become of my poor, sick mother now?" Vicarious suffering the world Is full of It. An engineer said to me on a locomotive in Dakota: "We men seem to be coming to better appreciation thau we used to. Did you sec that account the other day of an engineer who to save his passengers stuck to his pkee, and when he was founU o dead In tho locomotive, which was down, he was found still smiling, his hand on the airbrake?" And as the engineer said it to me ho put bis hand a Um airbrake to Illustrate his mean on-th- hate no idea. In tthlchdrnominatlonof Tom-blgb- our-sehe- s. n y Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone; Tor the sad old earth must borrow Its mirth. Hut has trouble enough of Its own. We hear n greut deal of discussion now nil over the laud about why people do not go to church. Sonic sny it it. because Christianity is dying out nnd because people do not believe In the truth of God's Word, and all thnt. The reason Is because our sermons nnd nro not Interesting and practical nnd helpful. Some one might ns well tcU tlic whole truth on this tub-jec- t, nnd so I will tell lu The religious discourse of the future, the Gospel sermon to come forth and hhahe the notions and lift people out of darkness, will be n popular sermon, just for the simple reason that it will meet the woes ami the wants und the anxieties of the people. There nro in nil our denominations up-Id- cccicslustical mummies sitting around to frown upon the fresh young pulpits of America to try to nwc them down, to cry our: "Tut, tut, tuti Sensation-nil- " They stand preaching in churches that hold a thousand people, and there are a hundred persons present, and If they cannot have the world saved in their way it seems as if they do not want It saved at all. I do not know but the old way of making ministers of the Gospel is better collegiate education and an ap- to-da- y Lkxinqtox, Ivy., Nov. 30. -- Gen. W. B. Smith, secretary and treasurer of the Mexican war veterans, who is preparing to put before cougrcss a bill to Increase the pensions of th mn who fought for their country fifty years ago, is receiving many letters from senators, rcpresentatlvts, governors and indorsing others tho neheme. Gen. Smith says there nrc now about nine thousand of these men living, and they are dying at tho rate of three per day. There are eight state organizations. They aro too proud to beg, he says, and yet their pensions nro au meager that nnd H will teach him how to vote, how many of them have to accept charity. to birgain, how to plow, how to do any Klll.ii Ills Now In.anr. worjk he Is called to do, how to wield Wim.iamstown, Ky., Nov. 17. A teland pen and pencil nnd yardtrowel stick and plane. And it will teach wom- ephone message from Joncsville says en how to preside otcr their households that Thomas lirock, who killed his son nnd how to educate their children and on the night of the election, is violcnt-lcntl- y bov to Imitate Miriam nnd Ksthcr nnd insane, lirock was drunk and Vn Jtl nnd Hunice, the mother of wanted his son to go with mid Mary, the mother of Christ, him to Glcncoc to hear the returns of and those women who on northern nnd the election. This tho boy refused to soui hern battlefields who were mis-ta- do, and his father seized a butcher n by the wounded for nngcls of knife and disemboweled him. Brock's merjj, fresh from the throne of God. Yes, I hate to tell you, the religious wife is prostrated also. dltcoune of the future will be a reHanged lllmteir. ported sermon. If you have nny idea Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. Louis It thatj printing was intcntcd simply to Porter, 10 years old, committed suicide prln secular books, and stcnogrnphy and phonography were contrived mere- nt his homo 2003 Seventh street, SunDely toitet forth secular Ideas, you are day night by hanging himself. spondency caused by the failure of an mistaken. The printing press is to be the treat ngency of Gospel proclama- invention on which ho had worked for tion. It is high time that good men, five years, to prove of practical value, caused the rash act. Tho young man instead of denouncing tlic press, to scatter forth the Gospel of was unmarried and leaves a mother Ho was employed at the JcsuJ Christ. The tastmnjorlty of peo- and father. ple ia. cur cities do not conic to church, Kentucky wagon works. and nothing but the printed sermon three Klrctloo Olllcrrs Indicted. can them and call them to pardon Louiavillk, Ky., Nov. 19. Tho fed and life and pence and Heaven. Soli cannot understand the f eral grand jury Friday morning for some of my brethren of the mally returned indictments against minitry. When they see a newspaper Coleman Carr, ltuford C. Williams and mnnlrtjinlng In they say: "Alas, there Wingato Thompson, election officers of is a reporter!" Every added reporter Frankfort. The lndiotment charges is 1V0U, 50,000, 100,000 immortal souls that they conspired to injuro and inaddid to the auditory. The time will timidate a citizen of tho United come when all the village, town and States in tho enjoyment of tho rights city u'wspapers will reproduce the Goit-- of suffrage. Tir'I nf .1it.iia Chtt&t. nmt Kormnni prcuclcd on tho Sabbath will re-MUte Hoys I'olioncd. tcrbtratc all around the world, and, Eminence, Ky., Nov. 10. While sonic by type nnd some by voice, all na- playing tho two little boys of Tom tions will be evangelized. Gividen, of New Castle, whoso ages The practical bearing of this is upon are 6 and 7 years respectively, drank those who urc engaged in Christian some water out of an old vial found in work, not only upon theological stutho yard and both are poisoned as a dents nnd jouug ministers, but upon Tho all who preach thu Gospel and all who consequence and can not live. exhort In meetings nnd all of you If children are nophews of Sheriff Joa. jou are doing jour duty. Do you ex- Gividen. Chairman Vrjor sa:c"s Data. hort in prayer meeting? no short and spirited. Do you tench in Hible class? FitANKFORT. Ky., Nov. 19. Chairman Though you have to study every night, Pryor, of tho stato election commisbo interesting. Do you uccost people sion, has written the other members of on tho subject of religion in their homes the board suggesting that they meet or in public places? Study adroitness here on Monday, November 27, if agreeand use common sense. The most able, to canvass the returns in the regraceful and most bcauli'u! thing on earth is the religion of Jesus Christ, cent state elections. He is of the and If you awkwardly present it it is opinion that all tho official returns wiU be in by that time. defamation. We must do our work and we mrst do It effectively. Lost liar LI fa to Have liar llti'baad'a. Soon our time for work will be gone. Paducah, Ky., Nov. 19. Mrs. F. W. A dying Christian took out bis watch Stokes was trying to lead her blind and gate It to a friend and said: "Tako husband cross a railroad track at Holthat watch. I hate no more use for It. Time is nt nn cud for me, and eternity low Rock junction, when she was begins." Oh, my friends, when our truck by a N. G A St L. train and She was 60 years old. Her watch has ticked nway for us the last killed. husband escaped unhurt. moment, and our clock has struck for us the last hour, may it be found we Louisville Joekay Clnb Spring Maetlaa;. did our work well, that we did it in the Ky., Nov. 20. Louie VILI.K. The tery best way, und whether we preached the Gospel in pulpits or Louisville jockey club announded Suntaught Sabbath classes, or adminis- day evening that tho annual spring meeting wilt begin on May 3 and contered to the sick ns physicians, or as merchants, or pleaded the law tinue 15 days. Thcro will be 11 stake as attorneys, or were busy as artisans events and liberal purses will bo ofor husbandmen or as mechanics, or fered. were, like Martha, called to gitc a meal Distiller .Acquitted. to n hungry Christ, or, like Hannah, to Cvnthiaxa, Ky., Nov. 19. James V. moke n coat for n prophet, or, like Deborah, to rouse the courage of some timid Meglbbcn, tho big distiller, charged Hnruk In the f.ord's conflict, we did our with duplicating tvarchotxso receipts, Tho other in work In such u wny that it will stand was acquitted Friday. the test of judgment And In the long dictments against Mr. Meglbben were t procession of the redeemed that march quashed. uround the throne may it be found thnt Outlaw Andy It Captured, there nrc muny there brought to God Minni.KSiiono, Ky., Nov. 10. Sheriff through our instrumentality and in Hroughton has been wired that Andy whose rescue we exult. Hbt let none of Watson, tho noted outlaw, chnrged us who nrc still uusntcd wait for that with rape, murder, arson and burglary, religious discourse of the f ixurc. It may has been captured nnd is held in Norcome after our obsequies. It may come Va. There is 5500 reward for him. after the stonecutter has chiseled our ton, name on the slnb 50 years before. Do Kentucky Jtler Open. not wait for n great steamer of tlic FitANKFOUT, Ky., Nov. CO. CapU II. Cunard or White Star line to take you F. Hodges, U. S. A., in chargo of tho olT the wreck, but hall the ilrst craft, repairs at Dam No. 3, Kentucky river, with however low a mast and howsnnounccs that navigation will bo reever small n hulk nnd however poor a rudder and however weak n captain. sumed on thu 20th. Instead of waiting for that religious Held to the Circuit Cuurl. discourse of the future (it may be 10, Leuanon, Ky., Nov. 50 .tears off), take tliis plain imitation who shot and killed Illuford of a man who to hat e git en you spirit- Kinnott at Uradfordsvllle, was Thursual eyesight would be glad to be called day held to tho circuit court. the spittle by the hand of Christ put on the eyes of a blind man and who Kscaped From the Asylum. would consider the highest compliment MiDDLKsnono, Ky. Nov. is. An old of tWs service If, at the close, 500 men woman, well dressed, was arrested shoftl stnrt from these doors, saying: ncr'e, and gavo her namo as Emily "Wither he be a sinner or no, know of Fleming county. She acknowlnotM'l'hls one thing I know whereas edged escaping from tho Lexington inI VafHdind, now I sec." er thau shadows over the plain, sane asylum, where sho had been an than birds in tnclr nutumnnl inmate for five years. ostler than coglcs to their prey, Mounshlae Whisky Horned. to n sympathetic Christ. The Pine Knot, Ky., Nov. 18. At Tow-wais of Heaven huve strung their a hut whero moonshine whisky ents to celebrate your rescue: was told, was burned by incendiaries. ny were the voices arouad thi The place has been the sceno of tev one. raj murders. for the Lord brings back Hla owbi yj elt i H'lh old pli.tslflnn. nnd I believe It Aoiild be a gtrat help If etery young nmn studying for the Gosprl ministry eoulclK,t himself in the hum und heart und VH)p.ithy nnd under tht benediction scil perpetual presence of a Chris-liominister. remark ugnln. the religious "Mint. of the future will be nn nwnknlcg sermon. From altar rail to the front door vtep. under that sermon, nn audience will get up nnd start for He ti'ti. There will be In It many a sia tato parage. It will not be a lulla-bH will be a battle rharge. Men wil drop their sins, for they will feel the lot breath of pursuing retribution on l"ie back of their necks. It will be syr ipathetlc with nil the physical c tes ns well as the Spiritual of the world. Christ not only prdiched. but he hnled paralysis, nnd he lealcd ppilepsy. and he healed the diioibnnd the blind nnd the lepers. Tjbat religious discourse of the will be nn etcrydny sermon, going! right down Into every man's life, n I dIA-otirs- e stujf vWth jlp under the care and home of some eitrnrst, aged Chris- plster. the young man getting arch h pirll am; assisting him Hglous service. Young lawvcrs old fc $CZC&-ZttfittX-WtfrC$r&t- . MWWt " lawyer, .tounir nhvsl- - STATE NEWS ITEMS. ta9032a3-239249-394?3flifr3 VETERANS DYING OFF. Nina Thousand HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED, H Died eaylna; HU Name Was lltalr, L'ttt Ills Wire and Child ey Ha Hu uldlars of tli Maxlaatt War Are Attar an Ineraaaa of Their 1'an.loBt. Ihomaa T. Daraey, LouisviLt.K, Ky., Nov. 1ft whodledatthe city hospital Nofew ber 14 The m i a fight at Cherry's saloon on trs "Point" tho night Wore, has bee, identified. When taken to the hospital he refused to give his name, and then gave three or four different ones. Finally ho said hla namo was Robt. E. Blair, and that he was from Columbus, Ohio. As this coincided with initials and marks on his clothing, it tva thought to be true. Thursday the remains wcro identified as those of Thomas P. Dorscy, by his wife and child. The Identification wad also corroborated by a friend. Sadden Death of Concreisnaan Settle. Ky Nov. IS. Congressman Evan E. Settle, democrat, of tho Seventh Kentucky district, died sud- denly at Owenton of heart disease, at 5 FrtASKFoiiT, from a buf&t wound received I dls-trdis-trn- i i H fu-tu- rt 1 . o'clock Thursday evening. Tlm-oth- i, ki cm-ploy- OtVK.vro.v, Ky., Nov. 19. The funeral services of congressman Settle was held at Owenton Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. W. E. Mitchell, the pastor, and Rev. J. W. Waldrope, a- lifelong friend of the family. In his delirium Mr. Settle talked much of the lato campaign and the last word he uttered was "Goebel." Many telegrams of sympathy from all over tho country have beon received. Lkxixotox, Ky., Nov. 19. The death of Hon. Evan E. Settle will nccessitato the holding of a spee.ial election for tho selection of his successor as representative of the Seventh Kentucky district in congress. - i - M i ' ii ncrvous-ncEfclo- Horrible Tragedy Xaar Oil City. IT. Ky.. Nov. News Glasoow, reaches hero of a horrible tragedy which occurred near Oil City WednesInday. George Dove, a half-bree- d dian, returned home from work und, ho K says, found his wife and Albert James in a compromising position. Dovo deliberately sharpened his ax, waylaid James at the door of his housa and, ns tho latter came ont. dealt him, a blow with all his strength. James,' head was completely severed f rom bi body. Dovo surrendered. Klrrtlon Latr Violation. Lkxi.vqto.v, Ky., Nov. 17. Tho first case of violation of the election law in ;, Sf the recent election was on trial hero Wednesday before United States Commissioner Hill. The charge is against Policeman Daniel Williams, who is charged with preventing a Negro from voting. If held the case will go befora the federal court. It is predicted that thcro will be several hundred mora cases against citizens here on similar charges in the next two weeks. Another reudlst Slain. rap-Idl- Willis Smith was kilied in a feud fight with. Beverly Jackson on Red Bird creek. Smith, was identified with the Griffin faction. Jackson was seriously wounded. Tho Griffin feud cases are in progress, with both factions on hand armed. Monday night the home of Tom Whitehead was fired on by a mob. He Is a witness for the Griffins. LoNDpjf. Ky., Nov. 17. ) bar-guiu- Indicted tha Mayor. Stukqib, Ky., Nov. 20. Mayor n. I Skinner has been indicted by the grand jury for releasing from the calabooso an old man who had been placed therein on a charge of drunkenness. Tho mayor claims local enmity the cause of the indictment Fatal FiiA.VKF0iiT, Saloon How. I Nov. 20. Pat Haley eut Tom Perkins In tho neck Sunday night in Callahan's saloon, la this city and Perkins will d'e. Perkins recently came hero from Jessamine county. Thinks lln't Sam .lone. GiiKENU.r, Ky., Nov. 20. Jonas Sny der, of Three Prong, was adjudge! a lunatic in tho county court and taken to tho Lexington asylum. He imagines he is Sam Jones, and that the Lord has commissioucd him to convert the world. Ky., the damago suit of Miss Kate Woods against Attorney Sam II. Kash. for breach of promise, a verdict of S50 damages was returned for the plaititiiL S50.-000 Mie Won the kulL Lo.vno.v, Ky., Nov. !30. Iu Hotel Sold. Hnr-riso- n, Hopkinsvillk, Ky., Nov, hotol at Cerulean springs 13, Waa Thursday by Sam Boyd to II. S. Y. Pool, of Cerulean, for S9.000. He Acted In Jtelf.Defrnsr. The sold and E. Hry-nn- t, 1 Elkto.v, Ky.. Nov. 18. Geo. Minims a well known nnd wealthy young Todd county planter, who kilied Tom Shanklin, colored, lust Monday, was dismissed Thursday, tho evidence Indicating that ho acted in Handa Crushed Off 18. Uuthrlo Chilton, one of tho most prominent young society mon of tho olty, while operating a steam press at his father' trunk factory, had kit hands crushed oaf at tha wrist Lopisvillx, Ky., Nov. d, n .1 .t I 9.1 iV C h v 1 'leal IT t fiJaW-Sy- j la.V ' y -- 4 -- AjJt ishHf &$$": h V. THE ftttMiaff MwWlAfHt'V'W f?V HICKMAN COURIER, LOCAL NEWS. iHjiiiHPIiM 1 J WfcaJ s flpj&mms i KliKf-TIOf- 8''M m 1 .jP'iWMM ww wwwuw The N'lounigiiiui .('nnut. The unfolding of f jpbdnyOiocka $1.60 at Uncle's fraud oases iu I'hlladt Nat Thursday is Thattkuriving one HICKMAN. KY . to ask, can thie In Day. ISW. : NOV 31. : : FRIDAY, This ha been a remarkHul autumn Can such things luippoiAii in thi" weather lino. clti wheie law nnd ord.Jr I a Sham ami Snmui'l, the youiifcost sou of Mr. The bUtu'M attorney, 11. Popular Elections (Jcorgc Murri'M. ,i lii ': declared pi easo'itnu our 1lefe1.ee In imae of war, I'.-- . "d iiuild under lie A uiei can The young tolks enjoyed u mvw1 wherein every form ofI IimmIuji inii tin InrlMi' " people know, tunny inoro hop Ht the resluencc of Mr. j II. Shaw, oouspiini'V hud been sh'u; t Somo One of its HtrongeHt Polnln Is its lirini' ii ciilmiliiur. (f,n,,lt, Pliilii -believe but wont nilinit it, that Monday night. : Kf' Cottini .taiiMifed. X) 52l popular elections in the United Buck s Hogw 11? Spoons, $1 10 at dolphin; toiutl'th(. Iialfo ''0; toh personnte cleotion olliM ; tit ' It if. 1)111 immipnnui in go to Stutea lrnvo censed to be un exfiilu.k rttliip. ... i.rw. I,. Fanners have Imil a grand full fur itiii 1) Bakes IliseultH in I .Mlnutca Ughl Hreml in 40 Mlnutea. pression or tlio will of the people, work The tanner who isn't up in hw fact, n case heie nil Hit genul i11'"1 ,lu' r,'rt,,Mr for ,,,,, " f,! or Kconomieal Cookln3 Iluylng a ".Mujostio" hipiiuh a work ran not bhuitt it on the wont her. ty of wicked men torlj HuliiiK '" l'"0" l"'eH Tlif 4011, ad- nnd that the tnoet Importnnt scnroely more tliiin shun. a "Some mnii," said the Cornfed tn u Imtioi . vviih. UKiHtrntl'd. mil all venee is nnttiMV n tot 1I1I1' to urns-- ' r Call mid Ivvatiiiitt" Thcin. You'll Ituy 110 . . . . . .' ' .i Philosopher, nuuid ine nnd frauds reootded under the and other men'can't get the prosperity, a viirieueN 01 unmilinllg 'Hiif in tt'''t 01 a niuKeil tlcteHe In Hie can't chance to gteat cilinO Unit could e con- 'In if enniiMrt'il with thi f fonuH of law. A strong political .t!tid it." 'IKS and '0 celved. Ciovoi iiiiient wt.iiiati. partisau is qaiok to believe clung, LOST At the Woodland Milk The Pliilndelplila hedgi in it iiiHtii ihi crop m not likely to n Harliecne and Confederate report or the roeii.llllt t. ceei! nine h,i n hif (ltllll-n- i IihIoh. es of corruption in elections when gold rimmed doutde Ions .xjieetneies "The diiimaiiu height pi the le Oth- r evpt'rtt. iimkt it imioh letH made ugnlnst the opposing part, Hetnrn to tlie Courier ottioe. miukable ciuo Whh reacliid when but too apt to wink at or condone frSi- - Hnck, tlie pneecuttw. See the Mv I'rijHilful I'ullures. defoiidanl who hud beeMiircHl t stock, it i the largest Hint lxvit DBAIjKK IN it in his own party. ed at thu Itroad otruut h'jiion at in the city ffttlsren nf sJs .iifr rfnt - ' The great mass ul election cor Kiidnigitt on Ins: Tneftda h ils ftrlWf vv hen I'liU. Is ultout Wm-J- l MmH,,,, "! ruption is unmistnkublj in the tlie hunter Roeth the time of year dot;, a huh about to take u trnV along ? PINK TBK.ESSIB II'IIISKIIIS, n $75 out with an!! large cities, and it is evident in $50 gun and a 30 hnutinjr suit, and re- with others oi" I.Ih 1I..BWJI hits in election fraud, j 1!; the ih.it tt uitt mmmi die Hut h was -- HtU.K AOKNT 1'Olt rural districts only in exceptional turn, with iffi cents worth of ((nail. ' I iWov ir the prke of brooms nw much witness stand mid lu'ktia leded uiye! to try IV KuuiV Xewnkuig ery in f,n" ' iustancea. Take the elections At. r live higher, thy will be KttabIy kepi in that he had volnulnrilv 111 at tlie $1 00 Old Standard, Mneoiu Co....v3.00 rnH Impm. 1'eabudy Club, lliitirbou New York, Philuqelphiu, Chicago miniature form in the Jewelry More instance ol iabnimr .puriet t"Htlwh ' mm Iilncoln Oonuiy, II Old Gold, y.oo oid hs mmtmim hi the wealthy joined h gang of men aou g trom lliiety KUHTiWlwd tn i.ie all d MSlMis and the other cities, and without and lrf rhM,. tn Mountain Urove, Uo0 iuclu a,t clasM. VViishinglun tt do croot I elec fold. l, Uit.jH. Piieumnnia, an exception their elections reek r My stock of Ladies mid Mixw tion work; had nccnmpiMfi d Ihem i.urhs AnthiHt, liny Fovr, I'niup, Rrowhrtss. with corruption, fraud, ballot box SIhhw cannot be 'Mh to and fl.w Trial surired. They are to I'hlluitelphla; had o a mill W lumping stuffing and eery kind of rascal ttie imni timt can ie nouglit. Uxumiue iu the Seventh Wnni goui Q ibiIii3. ,M,U ' ftv" " 'ln,! nu Dkau Si it: I inn enaiileil to aoll, and hereby ofler you, rour mil ity. A Republican sees this fla- them. and, under an as timed nMc had ' quart k of llOliliWOOIi' Hoven ,vear old, Double DlHtilled, II YK H. 0 Amhieiki Ht'iiile DccUrad.iii of liiilnpeudeiice. nlrng wim unotliei Washl i;ioniHti, grantly in New York, and a demUIIIHKHY, HXIMtKdS I'ltKI'AlI). The hhootiiis stars failed to mate I j rnpoNi' in nhik on iijiprovnl, In plain Itnxea ocrat has positive knowledge of rinliw last week ami now tJte MJieutist actually MCtod iih nu olec 101, n Uwith un murka to he ilispiiHttiou lo sueei ut the "I lcer; hud iicttial uontontM. When jou reci'lvo It and tent It, If It in tint Nntlnfao billed a it iu Philadelphia. But one uiijil say that the slww wasbe pulled year too work ol mi nneneed tlif ot tm Dei laiii'lnii uf lintei(Mideiicii in flint: thu ln oon and that it will off ncf expense and I will refund 1011 &1 00. Tide m a wlih the too return it at any if Iho millions of voters in the November with more than 200 volet ami af s!nuijeli ili IncoiiHlstoiit uioHt liberal offer and I await jour order. Yiium very trulv. votion to the Hag country are pure and unpurchnsMany of the weathi r wimj art pre- tenvnrd Joined iu atgnhigj he falae W H. WKHSTKIt, Union Olty, Tetin. tj the nil vni'utcn ut nble, whv concern ourselves about dicting aa open winter, on the principle and fraudulent returns. Ol hnt value is the Hag mat extremes do not cioteiy toilow each Ah result of this astounding the corruption in cities. The an- other TIm corn hck, giKn-- bono, story eet pt h.s it teprcM'titH ilie sacred I2In)i .Magistrate swer is that the result in cities of hornet's net and lnuwknU, Hre vet to 1m committed them to prism brown re ut'iv of ftcctlomf If the ling iu tie ilthMppeared from the lieant from. earth, if tlie ten control the State; and more fault of f 1,300 bail each The rapidly aH.Hroachiitg coif til tition which It t.vpillea IN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED over the poison of corruption in when all time w will no utilwed PenOf what vu'ue is the hi'Miuin fin.iild perich fiotu pubtioal iusti things surely extending into the coun cils, from slate dust, are now being ble privilege, the stiflrat'e when tiilouc, the truths whicliit em To Siihsn-llM'i't- . ol Tlio .SruiiU'tTlily AnifrlMiii. molded in larse miHiiUlie inTenne-- e try precincts. elections eau be umniptilated in bodies would still live in the oiie concern having turned nut 5M5.00U, ",lM! The immense campaign funds ooo litet year. such h manner that Ihisrondmon lu'",r,B ,,f llltllll I ,""k" C.kran. A (Joiifereiice. ut iiil need by the great political parties Ss& Wntchea reiMMttl ami can prevail In one offKttfe nmct satisfaction or money re populous, most enlightened, rich is proof of the great corruptions Urine Kplnrers funded Thev w ill be rvpuSred at once practiced. Iu 1S0G many million, and yon will not have to be always est citie.s ... the oountryf U..'eas ,.,., Stanley l LiMium,. f,M,K.l it Trj It. Ion Mil j t.el It. No tine luu a lletter t hai.re limit Yon. oT reunpylv.yiia. the if iM,...r toowwrnu. Malaria. Kevw and of dollars wore used iu the elec- briugiug them back, workjlonent halt New people YorU, of Kuutuuky, fill dis V"'. and TpKid iIimim RvrtM than at tions, and not denied, nnd in 1000 price lJuek' laiiiunalK. but tlitmtmUi Imve UKs.S NUMNKK r mt Wl.li. I.,.li.n !.,, rsin mi in nirmi.l .ii.,1 The largest and finest awwt-uieii- t sipnte these poia nous 'clouds that Klwtrlc Mirier a w. aider- these millions will be increased. which now hang over Hit tn their lHiii 101 litebrK linmner i Ur. PHd 'itlncht. Iu nil.blU 21 Inrl... of vaes, ornaments nnd cut chwH ...,..,... Iui "ure fitr If i Itrtr mil iiii il into ..,'... Stntes w.a have ch.lkall malarial ill(u-s- iu. Uck f nil 2 inht nrMN.frnw tutitrd In S I ihobt-- , l r mill rml C I 3 In mlJ.IU If the electoral vote of a State is at Buck's. with fever. c1m lie Aunri "I I. 'Ik will utu In Nmlciul Mik, of Nhlll, and injurious efleclh will befell, .f and liad, aitd tuwl, iincu-ou- t As Thank-iviclose or doubtful, not thousnuds Day draws near, 1aa, UHhHl stel i anr tia nltilr kim iht iiiittil.fr ef Krlr on 1. Tbl it is well to remember that tha true Pun IT of the tmllot bos I'liimt be teemig, a trial will caivlnce vmi of m At.ri-H- , i "fkl .N,, Family m Farm Vn'v- In but a million or more dollars Is spirit of the occasion te expre-eguarded n fpuritv . of .their merit NV A Nnll.of Wtbb. 111., hr Smib, in the nfi mcredly ... -- nfiff. lo ilia uli,rltrr flrl miiwIk ,n )nir-l- M ikiti a inil . thrown into thnt State campaign. name itself, and our actions hhould be the nouie. 11 in un old iiiiu. ir writes : "My vhiMirMi unlr.r.l for monj mum,; in ihi vmtrt, r r.tn him jm.,, rrmllliiiK $1 lar l"tyt moiitli.' ut than a year with chilU and fiver, then our Who believes that so much in on 03 ho liirlneueed that bo revulings and subject, but like eternal f jgttuiiji nr"n mr wt.muofi.Kii ,MnrrMH, two Unties of Uleclrie lilttern rarwl Teastiugs hhonld not ' without mutt'AN T it is the pneo of llberip. ull tlium ' UiiIyAilreuta Try Hum Don't is used legitimately 9.iuo itM, . .. -- r .. i & Handle's, entire stock Ndd by nil Drnggtsu 3T Kerr 1MI0O ninr,., r . r,irFi riri sue, rrrrTril ea., ........ nB know that it is U6ed for corrupt- to be old at les than ciwt Now is your Thirl oriHM, ;ro oo i4rM e,rrr khn trritr.l Flii Up Uhr Chamberlain's Pain Itiln: Cures Otli Important clec time to get the best at the lowwt nnce. Fouuli utriH(, or afirlit or.ral gtH ing the ballot hlpl, rir ball l.fiMnR WW Vmi J FOR : .Vt er., d'op io' (t- drawvr Sln - HEADQUARTERS tlio hign, tions have grown to bo a contest and Ir mire you look at "KamUVa "The ttlir i Old iwiug Chambi r Mr wifehan and liia Ftfb 'orr.pi or eurrnl iMr rrrrir.l Ji,n- rlnln .Irlvr Mo.r" ftri.oo not between men or piinciplcs, Wat h" is the place. UiK'k'h h rurt',-- t Pain Ralui. wltli gDixl result, f r lain aertt cvtft f;Hcra iiaritul, Ii.rnad Frp-- Frc, Mill iniirr ..... . p.iiund le r a lame slumlder thnt h Nmi ,ri,.ri or Kvirnnfit airri ,hn but between dollars. Its worse Major J B Merwin, of St. Louis, ooutinnally I itliMi ;ars We lm' rrrei or flMfii ihiiii cuf... Laud iUIIrr x no than a sham its a great crime; will deliver Ins moit popular lecture, triiKl all kiuds uf humIh iiidh tiud thKiturx Ninth rrrr-- i r ciMrrat 'iin rrite-- l lil IV IliilUr ..... lift tw HitiniHto of Women, at without btmelit 1'1,'h '.trret nr liclli-aurrcei inr ihw corn 10 00' but where is the reinedj? Lend-er- the Uity Hall, Wednesday evening, of them. Uue day niij saw an fntia aiiv Tu ili. wt r. 1,000 rrfi ,a 4vrtb d In tuaniln iit,t It.tlnn ",V,I Nov auth. Ihuwillbe an intellectual inent for thl intsliciD" and thought f nnd candidates may denj all , whinhar ir ar nat. will rraivr a Mimp'n lluiHr (2 tol treat, don't niLsiiit. hit 6c, it, which wenulwith the laWur IImw.hU) n mV ns n l,aul. t.r wlili AatrttM this, and try to throw all the cor- at Wilsou'.s Hook Store. otuHtiwf act 1011 Mie lias umsI only one l(d lt)'rtitltiK, bhi lillj lUiMmlftl ... l,0W0l liip at jl eob . ruption on the other fellow, but 54- - We are here to May and doing ltottle ami her should, r H alntorft wi Aikiu'H h .MHJjrrr, Mam liewr, N are facts. It sometimes look buaiiuai ut the old btaud, oplKHite facts lulU li,ttC.U) wile by Uowgill & Cowgili store. No one foiiit I. I Mtrh I, HKH) Na l iif.. mI b rreoltrj like mockery for the people to your patronage more, will appreciate II For Ky , and A M. Shaw, oiuiark Ultr Hickman. or tkc more b "Iih VUrel. IK All wrl ml I Immcr Uielr fir a!i..tif of n.nlrl oven go through the form of vot- pleiuirr.- in trying toplej-oyothan wo Line, DnujgisW. It hr rlioiild tMur ilr cnri or marr su.f nuiillnr Hir partial tint In. b.irbers Wim. Chowell, R. U Caui-wi:l- l I'ii ilif iiae tward il Hill b rqualljr dtvhll. hml In ;anr ilnlNr and um lhi ing. and H. R Ivy. C'nlli'uriila Unlicrsltiis. ly Irv lo gtl lfc J61), Jnl llilnk wl,l joii an do li VW oa,. b. oo on ha h li than yaiir.flf ehiiiia io If van da lial grl flrm on mar an are. Gordon Rico, a 12 year-olson of WE baye finished the dirtiest n I I'lIK iltlC.f M.V1.WSPW.SIT.S fltl'.KK IMtOHn.Y In farmer ran. Maili Rite, a farmer living near Mt. With the Standford wealth bell w UStla).. nnd moat contemptnblo campaign llermon, thLsionuty, had tint mifor-tunW. (Itr iln nam and adltiM af leniii ii In pnl waay pr'io & c:?ZrtJ few of (hour mIo ever conducted In Kentucky. May .air,' ifony. I WVWi.Rtan IMr.l, TurntravlUv to be thrown from a mule nnd his hind one of ito great umverHitleH. IVnn., JW0 ra.h, Ctua I). '. po Nir'a. liui , $iM) hg broken in two places, above and be- and tlio Hearst wealth behind .11. BUGGIES and HARNESS we never see the like ngnin. low hit, knee, tfo whh riding ticroM a other, California menu into the B1C3- ETOSTTS' bridgo when the mule slipped Solid H'ial for An'. irrtii if ml wanl to aei na About 2,500 members of tlie throv.j. g the little fellow off and fell fpnnt riiiiL-- na fn m ,,,,,.. ft , umi li ....... .... . aKnl All hikmm mint b ...,..v WINTER LAP ROBES h.,,,,m;,,,,j tifloinpiiili by ?1 '() for iwrlr,. montli mibrnptloii Adilt', Knights and Ladies of Honor in equipped educational inntitutioiiH Next Chicago have seceded from the Diilauey, Moncluj, 27th inst., Mr. Robt. The new buildingM of tlio State OF ALL KINDS AND PKH'HS representing the Kentucky a new Bureau of Airiicultnre, will add re, tin. University to lie organization and formed on the erected Wo have a few of our best stock of citiins of Fulton county nt the court Hloio of Grizzly Teak overlook order. Huggicri umi we ito nui jiiuiiiu house at $ o'clock p in., on thoHubjwt irry II,.,.. will boi,... v,.. ,a iUwii,u and Good Roudn livery ing tlie uoinen The Executive Committee of of Agriculture county shoultl attend. An among the fluent in the country. 'kmI Hnggyehean, on miaonalde Ltiuh, Attention, Tax-Payefanner 111 the the National Republican League effort w ill 1k in ide to orgame a Coun On the other hand, Lehiiid Slan-'atth'Live ami Let Live" Uuggy mid I hereby imiiti th t I.i !, iiihI Vftl ftialih'. mhnh Pnl will meet in Washington on Tues- ty Agricultural Society or Farmers' ford, Jr. University at Polo Alto, Implement Store. ton enun.yth.it alt. r tin hrM daj of Below I'oat olllce, and onjiotdto H H. day, December 12, to Ox upon the Club will have when in poNM'SRion of! Deee.nlier, 1!K, '! n r ci ni . ill In- ad- Di'jkiI K e e p n Hnrreyt., Hugglea, time and place for its convention ded to all unpaid Iiixim A nnl In the HorHea. V:e , for hire Kvery accomoall iiB properly the large! endow, j 13uy inaf In alltheiiiut. in 1900. dation given Your patronnge woliclt-eU Infifl'llV Vt . inent of iin.v ednciilional 'instUn r J T Hrr.im.KHri n. Kheriir !i S'ii v.V IW tion in the uorld. All Huh uieniiK Ky , Nov II, 'w. nun ine eiiiieiiiiniiiii HUpiuuuiu.1 ol The rural free mail delivery IIIfMv IAN ICY system is being discussed to a 0v J'iiiglanil iih the ed.innttoti.il Farraors Krue Culuiiin. conaidernblo extent In difierent centor of the nation in iietng ae- Fraud. ami Mr T. pill'UUlOllill. S .Mooney, is very sick of ing addroHH I'isien to the intm.nr Ailmlttil '. lends s' '0. ""' I",'' 'f Santiago. Ho ".rt. 'I oiicider It luip.Tiuiio V' oili'itf "" "", Niearnjjnu Tonal he built great ..i,i,i,. ., roii.il I," iiniliillr.i "our lt '.1 i.e., Hie t ctH on 1. ,,,., I0,, VVmi, lH0lfli ,.,,, (.hM UM'tiou' t ' a lajQstio" Von Cookiag Eaages, The Best in the World ! ,, , 1 umnH .lltilit 11 ttllnliiKv i Buylug One of: tliese Kaages! x i " Lr 11 fr ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! llle-tlui- e -- eleu-tiotisar- e ' . . . Odir. - . He-unio- - W. R WEBSTEE, 11 j inwort-mi-u- 1 '"W 1 Tl Vkfr&SS& Miiijf KMTJiV AD 11 . , ... j , SPE OIAL OFFER riir.). vv -- 11 111.V - pro-fise- d impe-rialini- u 11 -- v s,ooo.oo 111 guaraii-kicdtogiv- e $1.00 GETS $500.00 CASH. t. '"'d n,-t- MC 1 G .,l -r d ll srtit 1 - Cuar-anlte- d i .... rl lv-l- tj - k H ... .. &.l tjH Ik.-i- i H H - i t.rl fiH-nin-e ari itt g a ( lrlbf rrlnl revJ, r I ... r Re-erv- ed tn-in- g -t cfrt i 11 Wit-tiug'- 8 - u Sf io d nr fl i e ard. AG OFFBE. i ... ti THE AB1EEICAN, Nashville Tenn, THB steve stab. rs! - e your Carpels and Mattings at II. j Buchanan's ClosingIt w Ul not i lm rl tib. VV d. Ilh-kiua- MMMBVMMaMaaMawaaaaaMWwaBMMaMaMaaNHaa.kaaaNiaaaMaaMaw leads in the amount of covered, then comes Ohio and California is third. One of the benefits derived frt m the rural free delivery system Is the improvement of the country toads, 'ho as to facilfate t tin work.of the carriers. Within a few years, without a doubt, these routes will bo established throughout the coun tor-rltor- parte of the United Stntes. a Sale. y try. i :i,L opporof forests, and the movement is is one that is becoming popular throughout the United States. The Federal Government has bepn Brown giving attention to it for aeveial years past. Lust year the I)iia Shoes. All o , ion of Forestry sot out 325,000 i, i pino trees at the stations main- - UL iJllCJlilIltlll S. tnined by it. and furnished 300, 000 more to farmers in quantities The reason those mules." for planting from one topededat Lad smith was there was five acres each, It is also doing 110 one there who knew how to much valuable work with other itiiauiigo them. A few Southern the kind that can drive trees. The United Stntesja parativoly a new country, but the four mules with one lino and can rupidity with which It has been always tiling them to standstill denuded of its forests may well! with the cry, ' Whoa, dar, mule," cause its people to take steps for might have won a day which nth their preservation und lepluuitili erwise proved one of diuiibter lo ttlS IJnglisli, W Indiana adopted a law Inst win ter to encourage the cultivation be a surprise to any one ' who are at all t.uiiiliar with tlio good iiimn innn. it milium en not that ipialition of Chnmberlain'w Cough Rem- tlio I3b s tern coliegea iiiiinI tlerllne, edy, to know that peoplo every where but Unit wo are having u iilenth t.iko pleasure uirelatiug their exper-icn- additioif. 111 the use of that splendid medi-. cine and iu telling of the benefit they UKIK.Vm, t'OUM'IMl.S IMKirtltl). have received from it. of bad cold it li.it cuw d, of threatened attacks of pnen-mouiit hiw itvertHl 'ind of tlio chil-ilrcThe treacl.eioua mul greedy it has saved trom attnekh of croup cliu.acterh of the alledge.d ChiiH anil whooping cough. It ,.. grand, good medicine Fur hale by Oowgill As (ian natioiiH li t h had the nfteot of t'owgill, Jlickiiian, and A M. Snnvv, mnkiug (lie heathen Chi' Htate Line, Druggist, nefo and Slain enter iu an ofl'eu u X''s'ri.i.rXh, - - O. E EAKER," rormlure aou DntferlaKBis ' - SS tS5 n, U HIES --1SSR KiffilPSfsaw Under thU heading w ill hereafter bo piibliihid uotU'iHi not to excei d .1 lim. from f.iriiii'rs who tiro Hulwrih-ew- , who have Iniixea, ninle, enwn, aei'tl, Ve., for Hido, free of charge pro-duet- General Grocer, Povvoll Block, Ollnton St. J J ,UI y.ttfc rap3raMMKrpjA! ii n 5ici.fM J iNi' stem. A nleo lmnt 8 monw and all neciHaary on T.oy Avenue, near Oollegn. For fnrlhor foruiutloii, iqid v at this UIMco. two-Hlory IIu'Imk piireli4n (! ,,,P 111- i'nde UarKini. llic (liorerr Hiook uf IWiiulur un. woulil Iu. iiIpiuhiI io . . .. all ..ni fnrn.l .0 cill Ft nil lionilir. Ji, Now your tunity to buy a pair of celebrated at cost stam-sufficie- com-negroe- s, 11 I and kept ihem in ignoraj ft'O II II. HUieretnion tor dm itene oi ui e will iea he In claHtiea ...id the (vi table tew aid illnieoit Srli'i'ienl and linal nniiiliilatioii. Jii thorn ft ju pi. ue and power tr e; those below, thev wnt iipnjj no. e lo cnnniier the oilier E the world. The degrednt1 I uiillioiiH in tlie Oilent ' umiuiitg Oflt, I t-T;ipl nive and defeiibivo nlliunce mid forget all pnsl (tiarieln Hut they The greeni1 and are doomed mi ie wai like ehiitneieiN of (he Westeiii will ivijr. tiiem oil' the earth, the ruiera ol iheno and other Oiieutal couutrloB Imve been deaf anil dumb to jnnticc, i Inthev have iiiiihui'h - For .Sale. Maui. not), lhouo 'fur-koygiMid atndn Will Midi atugly, ill pnira or trior. A M. Alt Ou'ltc, Dally fiirm,Q lujlcn HiiHt of Hlokpiiiu. Twenty-live j: , DR. W. M. BRIGHT, PHYSICIAN, n. llolco.ulio I3.iild.ug, Olllce over WHmjii'h Hook Store, 2sT v(. ImviHust- neidwd . . . n ulWlliu (Jive oi night. convinenl C'nnit' thugiiny fiuNh. All persons indebted to (J. A, huh fir exeellrt .my thiiiK Hiek. notified that thuy mtiHtcoino ItiUII lta iVM' willKH.H(l Wll IllnO eall your id tent ion to our undertak- forward and nettle. Deluya tuo Verhum S.ipleuli. ing depnitiueni, wldnh U li in uiery reiH'i. 'o take pliiiHiiri) iu IllliiiK your order, day Fnt'iii for GCciti Itlicr in Oak or M I'-n dan-geioiitip-to-- or BEDROOM SUITS, lit... iminHfni ,...u Iter eointrt due, urn respect fully rupivid .. ed tooiimo and nut tie thiihiuiiowith rfopt. ii'. 13. i: UKI3VE8 As CO. jm'.m)iih indehled to Sandera A: Hveveii hy note or othi iw ine. ns the pa- - All o ii c e. HI JKMAN. KENTUCZ A. F, OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker io ward HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY. A TiUAb wlieii you wunt ("tlVKV.i: done, or repair in Wmton, I u also krop a full line HortidioiuK of a iprolnlijr. iih n all and lv P L Stephens & Smith, Goods Thu lain, near lllekman, known un Coniiiinn, ltomw(ioil, und Holld 1)1 nok the U. V I'owellpluee, near Dyernhurg Wnliinl Collma nnd Cihoh, wliloli oan be UUI t...i...j rmrl tu IVfkf.tfl fur r.ml oleaied, very good liouaCH, tirolmnl, tVc. n1,,1, "f in Ji"" nn"'Cl'' ,k,1Ml l reaaoo ""'" ."","" -- i'or rurtiier tntonniition, apply to Gi:o Y'tK-V- . j W-- Shop ntir thi Jiil, K Undortakor'c - " 4r i 5 u TJi. iWUta., Kail rem! Time Table. N., 0. A St. L. B. H. LKAVJCH: Memphis Conference Appointments. a. Tho following U u partial list of tho appointment) made by tho Memphis District Conference, which met last week In Brownvlllo, Tenn : Union City District Presiding- Elder, W. D. Jenkins ; Union Oitv Stutiou, J. H. Roberts j Union City Circuit, R. Y. Dladswell ; Guyco Circuit, A. O. Mooro ; Hickman Station, J. H. Evans; Crystal Mission, 0. D. Evans ; Tiptoitvillo Circuit, W. M. Mldgett; Ridgoly Circuit, J. C. Jones; McConuell Circuit, W. H. Collins, Jerry Mews, supply ; Fulton G. 0. Clarke ; Fultou Circuit, P. H. Fields ; Moscow Circuit, E. H. Stewart; Gurduer Circuit. 0. O. Bell) Martin Button, P. G. Throgmorton ; Martin Circuit, R. M. Vaughn ; Sharon Circuit, J. W. Lawrence; Goluuibux Station, E. K. Brunsford ; Water Valley Circuit, J. B. Knight ; Welborn Mooney. W. G. Hcfley, Hayes Avenue church, Jackson, Tenn. W. O. Waters. Pennsylvuulu Avenue church, Memphis, Teun. W. J. McCoy, Harris Memorial church Memphis, Tenn. J. W. Rlnr.kurri, Trwitmi, Twin, W. T. Harris, Campbell St. church, Jackson, Tenn. R. M. King, Nowbern, Teuu. S. B. Lovo, Bardwell and Wickliffo. R. E. Brasfiold, Slater Circuit. J. W. Watcra, Clinton. J. H. Witt, McKeur.io Mbwiou. U. B. Terry, Cottage Orovo Circuit. O. A. Waterfleld, Dresden. W. C. Sella, Lexington, Teuu. Tho next sewiiou of tlio Coufercucu will be held at Martin, Teuu. Stu-HoKentou-Ruthcr-for- IhHrfc'fr-iHtH- l' xii-vf(--vKH- Hn H?-MHNHHH- rg- f ruin No. U t .W v, m. Train Mo, 1, t 1.04 i. u. I Tr.ln Tula ABIUVKHt No. 62, Tilt . Mo. 4, :W p. 1 LogiI and Personal, (or Shoes, for Harness, (or Clothing, for Groceries, for Hardware, for Qncentware. Joha Hassles was down from Fcl ton Sunday. 'Thau Rogers, of Clayton, spent Sunday tu the city. m Oct your eyes tMted free at Buck's. Mrs. Win. Satnpac has returned to her home in O rider, Ark. W H, Jackson, the ihoe drummer, was in the oltr Monday. fjtf For unuraard Luiiilier Of till Hiiaw klutU, apply to Williams -- Mb Win. Kdtnondii visited friends in Union City thla wook. Mr. W. 11. Wobster, of Union City, yroa in tho city, Wodneaday. Mr. L A. Stone visited her parcnta ut Greenfield, Teun., thU week. Tho Embroidery Olnb tneeU with the Missus Faria evening. aar A !& UraBisDisis for 116 at Bock'a. Mrs. Dottle Layne returned home this wek from a runt at Lozora, Ark. Mrs. A. Ellison and Miss Miss Mat-tiEllison are visiting in Atlanta, Oa. Mrs D B. Burnett and children have retnrnrd to their hotue at Tenn. Mrs. A. K. Montjoy. of Mt. Sterling, Ky., vUltod Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ellison this week. jsy Duok has the largest line of spectacles ever in Hickman. Shaw's Shaw's Shaw's Shaw's Bhaw'i Shaw's e Announcement ! All our Stock has been added to greatly by the filling in 7j i& ftfc'J ." is ' of IW'Tj. x3 " i HOLIDAY LINES It f stt- - And wo will put before our customers a larger selection than at any preceding St. Nicholas anniversary, yet not departing from the , lines selected for the various Departments. To the Farmer! Wo solicit a continuance of their trade, and as wo never neglect of putting in our Store the products of the farm, we invite them to bring their Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc., to us, and receive the highest market price. , Reel-foo- t, Editor Sees Wonders. Editor W. V. Barry, of Lexington, Tenn., In exploring Mammoth Ouvo, contracted a sovere cane of Piles. His quick cure through using Bucklen's Arnica Salvo convinced him it is another world's wonder. Cures Piles, Injuries, Inflammation, and ull Bodily Eruptions. uuiy xac, at an urug stores. To the Ladies! We f ft :$ ,& - i are holding our SHOE DEPARTMENT up in every respect, and ho far as LOW PRICES and 000D VALUES are concerned, there is none superior to SHA.W. A large line of the finest, as well as the cheapest, brands always kept in stock. W 1 Al .! Death of Mrs. Montgomery. Mrs. Mary F. Montgomery, widow of the late Judge Jonah Montgomery, und mother of Mrs. W. O. Johnson and Miss Lula Montgomery, died, suddenly, Tuesday morning. She hod becu sick, more or less, for several months, but was well to be up Monday evening, with nothing to cause alarm. Iu the night she aroused her daughters, und was suffering greatly. A Doctor was immediately seiit for, but she was dead before he reached her bed side. Deuth resulted from hemorrhogo or the breaking of a blood vessel Sho was iu her 70th year. In her husband's life time she was well known to the people of thu county and community, and was highly, esteemed. Fnueral wri'lccs were conducted by Rev. W. G. Hefley, and tho burial at Poplar Grove, Wednesday. Used by British Soldier In Africa. Capt. G. G. Dcuuigou is well known all over Africa us commander of tho forces that captured tho famous rebel Gallsue. Under dato of Nov. A, 1897, from Vryburg, Beohaualaud, ho writes : "Before starting on the hut campaign, I bought a quantity of Chamberlaiu's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Honiedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and find given to my men. and iu every awe it proved beneficial." For sale by Oowgill & Cow-gil- l, Hickman, aud A. M. Shaw, State To the' Young Man! Our Christmas Stock of I 1 y ter vUltod friends and relatives in Ful-tothu week. Mrs. Otto Hcrtweck returned from Fnltou, Monday, after an absence of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. 8am Wataon. of are visiting the family of Esq. J. J. Jones, in the county. Mr. Fope Hrrriug and daughter, MIm Ueasle, of Union City, are visiting Mrs. T. T. Bwayne. fjW A large new supply of Carpet Sample Just received. New Fattens and very cheap. Call and see them. H. 0. Ambbho. Mrs. R. 8. Salmon, of Clinton, U visiting the family of Q. M. T. Salmon and other fnends in Hickman. Mrs. Page has returned homo at Paducah, Ky., this week, after several mouths visit with her son, near town. u May-field, 10-e-- Mrs. J K Fuqoaaud little dantrh TIES, las COLLARS, CUFFS, Etc., DEPARTMENT STORES. HB well as everything else a man can use in the Gents' Department, will be in the lead in this section, at Furnishing 7 HHrJMt--sVjMrt-- i t ' r --- QUaHTQ OflftW ) I I -l. ' Meadamea Ed. Prathor. J. M. Hub-LarHall and Kingman drovo over to Fulton lu the new trap to vUit friends. Mrs. M. U. McCnlloch, of Knoxville. Teuu.. and Mrs. Willie Gardner, of Terrell, Tenn., are guests of tho Misses tsrcciQ3s IS THE STAFF OF LIFE . AND I WfflWfffffffiffffi !Oaft2 V Farls. Ms TO OKT , at mTb. BHAW'B Big Store. Farmers, call with your produce 'GOOD Kew FRESH BREADS Dr. 8 E Mitchell, of Hoyt, 1. T., mroute to Nashville, Teun , speut a few hours with Misses Mabel and Ouida Mooney, Tuesday. Mr. H. T. Edwards, son of tho late Dr. Edwards, of Union City, waa in Memphis, Snuday, to Miss Margaret Nelson and will tour Mexico. gay $500 worth of solid gold Rlugs at the price of old gold. Solid gold opal Rings, $1.60 af Bock's. Hon. Garrett Hobart, of tho United tit tea, died at his Now Jersey homo, Pattcrwon, Wednesday morning. He had been 111 a long while. M lanes Boulah Boogher and Rhena Mosher loft Tuesday, to fill apointments at Paducah. Mayfiold, Wlngo and other point lu West Kentucky in W. O. T. U. work. Revs. Archer Boogker and O. L. Price. Episcopal ministers, left Monday, for a visit to St. Louis, where they will spend a week or more, chiefly on aocouut of Rev. Prices health. mar-rifi- l. Vlce-Pretl-de- (10 TO THE Liue, Druggists. Gity Bakery. Ham Crossland'R Flddlo. come to Fulton Marshal Walker found that tho boys hod been hero, but went on to Paducah and carried tho fiddle with them. The violin is valued at $160, and is a very fine instrument. night that two colored boys hud stoleu Hon. Sam Grassland's fine violin, at Mayfiold, that day and was known to Jesse Walker received word Saturday Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! IIEAncjUAltTISItte! Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, WE BLAZED THE WAY! Mado the popular priced SHOES. Lowered the Price and Raised the Quality. V Fulton Leader. That's Why We Sell So Supply your wants AFRESH OYSTERSJ ami CELERY RECEIVED DAILY Frwtli OystorH borveil iu uuy style, iiiul Ootno Soo Us 1 1 Many Shoes I at Hickman's Great- est Store. Everything going at cost. Ualjr Ifegroes Need Apply. at nil hours. Telephone 09. WE GIVE more Stylo and more Service for the money. We don't sell Cheap Shoes, because good Shoes can't bo sold Cheap. Wo sell High Grades at Low Prices. ITew City Bakery. $$-&i IN OLI FINE SHOES $3 AND $3.50. Buchanan's Closing Sale. Tho W. F M. Bocioty will observe tho week beginning Nov 37th aa a wook first ofsolf Denial and Prayer. Tho Mrs. mooting will be at tho resldonco of Chaa. Hubbard, at 3 p. m., and will bo conducted by lni. Powoll. All of tho members ot tho Society and all their friouda aro earnestly requested to attend these meetings. The appointments for each day will bo announced tho day Big Bargains at H. bo-for- e. Troop oouuty, Gn., Is to havo a ootton factory I'ollt, ran and managed entirely by negroes. It is to be under the control of the Mu tuul Aid Society. One hundred aud fifty acres of land six miles trom town have been purchased and will be used not only for tho mill, bat as a town site. Nothing bat negro labor will )be ased in the erection of the various houses; in fact no white labor will bo used for auy purpose unlesB it is Black and Tan Vici .Kid, Calf Lined ; Box Calf, Calf Lined; Viscol Tanned Calf, Waterproof Shoes. For heavy grade high cut Shoes or Bools for mud and water. In Box Calf, Grained Calt, Kangaroo Calf, or Kip. we can show you just what you want, and the price will be made to snit you, from $1.25 to 3.50. BUY OUR 3.50 Calf Lined Heavy Shoes. YOU want the Shoes. COME to seo us. KKXTIIUKY. mil fTOU Till'. HICKMAN CCUKIKll.) In tlii 8tlc nfuM Krntlnkj, llore wliom loulliru Irwin piny. An. I Hi. wnti'r. nf thv Ml.il..l)il lluw, iiWffl & CowsiU . Mtmiil. Willi II. puru luck u f p.Hce That wnt hulMnl nitiij laiig, long )r.r. .gn, A nil uiilu Hint H'.to(iil liuiiiott'itj Vlir wt.ono Idvirl) luffil It Iim tifrn tu jr linppy lot hi tut to roitiu Alul wlllilu It. cleil purUl. To ri'i'.ll tuy uwn dor onr liome, A li J 111. snltit of my l.rulINurllirru . ijti Irt cviinlrj liunir.lmil WE NEED vour money. The town will will be negroes. Bed Blankets White be incorporated and a negro mayand Rod. Thoy are beauties and cheap. or, negro oonucihnen and negro H. O. Ambihq. policemen will bo lu charge of it. Nlooall-Woo- Just Received. l Miaul. I. absolutely necessary. All the op- Jmt lii'l'iwre.ilr--Hit rliliHinlaippt, . flu", It. cotton factory Willi liurryinit uii it.Jiiurury tu tlie eratives of the i:tr Alul a quiet llltlo tlllnito 811. upon Hit) Draggtets HEADQUARTERS FOR I t . U-8-- r Tho hero, Admiral Dewey deeded tho homo given him by the pooplo to his young rich wife, and thereby brought upon hinioolf storm of condemnation His wife, more by the newspapers , has now dooded it to tho Ad-tactful, only child. Dewey demind's Hon and serves every honor from his countrymen, but herowowhip is a dangerous after all these hero outimont-f- or Hobsou only human beings. imashed fame by kissing too many women, and now oven the national idol Dowoy U accused of Ingratitude iu giving away tho people's gift. .null j hill. (ull ot cIikukIiik lutrrr.t tu luv. Hut It I. not of III vilUKf Tlntt I l'l to wilt. tn.iL) Nor of tin. rli.r'. oicr rr.tli. t iIr, lint unly of tti lunuli'i nrtlmt ijuli't corutry lioiiir, ortlio.. li'i lite mnl .uiiiv who mrly illn. Krr L l SHOE CASH STORE, BICE & HRYLOR. THE SHOEISTS. I W iHNfMNNM ESTABLISHED TOU DILLON. Sr (Succe.ior to II. 0. iiu i. ploye ban Invented a machine that lluteierulil iiml li.nl hiiJ Kruy,mill fallli. Mil "f.!i"u niul ui tli.rii it is suid will revolutionize tho Ami on. h i ei tuiir huppy Janijliler. mini) llttH.V, Hut firing of locomotives. Its vvork.ls llu.lml to .lip within lli inj fnibmce to throw coal into the (Ire box Ik till .unity .uiiiiu.r uniruluK 1. A Pennsylvania Railway em- Tlimv'. niotlirr In tliat home I llll I l!ll N, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1855, ofDontli, niinii mwm VlUUU BIUUI 400 Mens and Boys Suits go custom-mad- e with an even distribution. The fireman uow does this work with to & shovel, throwing 19 pounds tne shovel, on an avorugo, Tho machine is so devised that the engineer, by simply turning a little wheel, cau place the coal in the fire box at a speed of two cable Inches per second. It is claimed that It will do away with the poor firing, and that locomotive firemen Will tlio a in lie upon Iht fief, l.lka tlm auaalilmi wti. Hi. nl.dnm In hfr lienrt, Alul iiciuefully niul Itcnth t.lko the ruling urtlioiUy, Tlir) auw li.r.plilt, pure, to IIchvoii ilfpurt. Wit Tlifru'i tirotlior far nwny, over klml ituJ tms Ami wlm Uliur.'faltlifully for ilfullil... fnum Ami another wnt iiwuy hiiiI una .uuny niitiiui ila A.knln I111I.I orTiHllifi.cn to hour III! Intltli'. Ainltliti mother niul tlirmiliiiKliUr. In the honioatrikil mtA) ilwell, Mny blr.alliK. follow tliolil from Jay tinU), Ami my Ihmuui' pruyrr. r with thrui In lliflr piMi'vful rguutry liiiiim ny, On til" )li.al.l)pl iliure .0 ftr mum uiu I AND Frop'r, wmwim i Ktu, dc'd,) Marble and Granite Monuments STONE WOliK of all Kinds, IRON FENCING, Ac, fco RKSCRIPTIONS irefully MAHY lot t MtWt Nov. is, is&e Bedford, Ky 1C. YOUNO. -- Compounded, i Kiokmfta, Jty s s Zd &j2mm r .- wmssw r "" i ..'" p. f 7& r ' ! -- V I V 'W dMSG& WF 2saV 'vilaBH-',. k Z& v 2lK IVI"UM vs I N Blnce first beside the passed away, ri'RITAN, New Poland a year had Plymouth coast the Kngllsh Mayflower bVWl 'ff-'M- When Bradford, the afl H mio tha scanty fare: "Our husbandry hath prospered, there corn enough for food, Though 'the pease lie pnrched In Mosiom, it and the grain Indifferent pood Who blessed tho loaves and fishes for the feast miraculous, And flUcd with oil the widow's cruse. He hath remembered usl "Give thank- - unto the Lord of Hosts, by t whom wc all are fed, 'Who granted us our dally prayer: 'Give us our dally bread! By .us and by our children let this day be t kept for aye. Irj'memory of Ills bounty, ni the land's Tlnnksglvlng day." Ich brought Ills share of Indian meal the JW pious feast to make, With the fat deer from the forest and the j" wild-fofrom the brake. And chanted hymn and prayer were r.ihed though ee with tears were dim "r ".The Lord He hath remembered u.. let us 4 rtmemoer Hlml" Then Dradford stood up at their head and 1 lifted up his voire: "The corn Is Gathered from the field, I call I you to rejoici: Thank Ood for al! His mercies, from the . greatest to the least. Together have we fasted, friends, together Mf, let us feast. iThe Ionl who led forth Israel was with us In the waste; Sometime In light, sometime In. cloud, be-fore us He hath paced; Now give Him thanks, and pray to Him 1 who balds us tt, Mi hand ' To prosper us and make of this a strong and mighty land!" 1 Krom Plymouth to the Golden Gatt, y S their children tread. The merctcn of that bounteous Hand upon 2 the land are shed. Tilt "(locks are on a thausind hills." the 7" prairies wave with grain. now T,he cities spring like mushrooms , where onoe was drsert-pjaln- a Ueap high the board with plenteous cheer" i, and gather to the feast. And toast that sturdy Pilgrim band whose j(i courage never ceased. (jive praise to that 0: by 4 whom their steps were led. Atid thanks unto, the, barvcji's, Lordtwho tit i J sends our "plljfhrSatli" Ij "He t c?AIIce Williams Mlrldheribh. In 1 Tl e u key and fowlers forth to snaro wild fowl, to Increase i lavish" her nffcctlon, she turned If nit w ith n heavy heart. The brightness nno to tho old house where her family had vvnrmh of the sitting-roosmote her! lived for two generations. Cousin .lira with a Ieep sense of guilt. She tried to hnd spent ninny years in Missouri, nnd put the matter from her mind; but his wife nnd children she hnd never every time hIio lookctl into the glowiug seen. names ne miw a now or cold, nnggnrtl The one grrnt shadow that darkened faces. Unnble to benr it longer, she left Aunt Sarah's life was a mortgage tor the room on the pretext of seeing that $1,1)00 upon the place, the time for the all was well upstairs. She passed from payment of which was rapidly ap- one to another of the neat bedrooms. proaching. Her usually cheerful de Never before had the. position was bo clouded by this trial high-poste- d beds looked so inv itlnir. Shi. that for several jcars she hnd not been paused In deep thought. Suddenly her able to find heart for the celebration of c.vrs rested upon a faded sampler she any festivities. However, since ".lint's had worked when a child. The long, folks," those thai really cared for her uneven letters In red, green nnd purple and were her own, were coming, she silk danced before her eyes. "Inasmuch must make mtltablc preparations for us ye linvo done It unto one of the lenst I heir entertainment. of these, My brethren, ye have done it So the morning before Thanksgiving unto Me." found her up by four o'clock, and bus"Done It.unto Me," the words echoed tling about with a brighter face and n In her ea'rs. What if lie were out In brighter Step (banshe had .known In the rain hungry nnd cold, would 'she yenrs. All day she mixed and stirred have treated Him thus'.' and baker.' and tasted, regardless of the She snnk beside the bed and burlowering clouds nnd steady rain wifh-ou- t. led her face in her hands. lly three o'clock in the afternoon, "Dear Lord," she sobbed, "it is so the Inst pie, steaming hot, was placed hard, when It Is the only plensure I've beside many others in neat rows on the hrtd since 'mother tiled, five long years pantry shelve", the Mtormnu. turkey, nuo. 1 wasn't expecting it, anillt all biown nnd crisp, lay in legal state be- came so sudden like, and now to have side a spiced ham. Cakes, snow v loaves it spoiled. Hut for Thy sake, Lord, " of home made bread, jars of preserved accept the 'sacrifice!" . , fruits, jellies nnd marmalades and pats "Susie llelle," snld Aunt Sarah a of golden butter were arranged in few minutes later as she appeared muftempting array. Aunt Sarah gave a fled from head to foot, "I'm going down m '. u .llcook ' fid a blt.dfar AuntHusari. Ofcoumt tny over Sunday, and I will help PROTEST BY SHERMAN. i )fl 1 1- -' ("fc WHAT BRYAW SAYS. I ' have a big dinner. I tin not at 11 afraid of starv Ing In the meantime." Although the dinner was two days Ute, never was n more tempting one placed upon n board nor ever did hap-r:r- r people gather around it. Just ah Coutiu Jim hnd finished asking n blessing, his eldest son returned from tne Tillage, where ho had gone upon an errand. "Here is a letter for you, Cousin Sarah," he said, handing her a large tn elope. "A letter?" she echoed. "Who an b writing to me?" .She broke the seal and a crisp bank-- i ite fell upon her plate. She read aloud; Dear Madam: 'I beg that you will pardon the liberty I tjke In sending this amount. I shall never m ss It, ns I am a wealthy man und have r family One who knows how to make home nidi good use of atruly, should ctrulnly sot lose It. Yours "ItOHEnT UPTON " "Oh, I don't deserve it! I don't deserve t be paid in tliit wny!" and Aunt burlwj irr fnc, in her apron. 1 eanor Norton Parker, in N. V. ,,.'11 lude-jHMide- nnd Saturday e . ' Hon. Tohn Bhermnrr, nltltrtuglr politWr Ti Tlryrfn gao to the press nn.u-- ically "as one dead,'5rftsprnlt)th.l1ipllri tendUjJMcuu,'rn, I'lUuhjiin ftlie re- hris.brykfcn afluuctt to tfiy th JuChas; s uit'oi,iBtiifMi()niJiniinert-n- i states. uor unangrtt his views mnuerlilne TOo. In Massachusetts nnd Pennsylvania, ' . Philippine. a T wherelhcdctnik'rnt renflirtn'cd tlie C'hl- He does not. voht, to b conik!rrV! jjsj oago platform, he finds thai Xhby liave unfriendly taihe udmintatnifioh-MJiimnde gains, whUeriurTen; lYork'iand not being hi iWHfncnt, bvf. hJtlsrtJU New Jersey the rcpjljUeim.vpte allows opposed (o the Idea of this 'aonutry n falling off. ' holding the Philippines nnd 'au.bjuga( Ohio Is summed tip ns follows: Ing the natives. He is firmly of the, be"Whnt convolution can republicans rtrr lief that we have, no business In tho from the Ohio election? Mr Itanna 4 HoKlnlrr'a Former fleTrnrr State Condemns President's rnillpiilnr Poller. n of Th lirmoprntlo Lender Hopeful View nf the Takes nn. " ed ABOUT THANKSGIVING. Iliivr llir I'raiolnuiutlnn When Hit r.Hp.lhhton Ufa flrs the country Mr. Sherman was criticised for his stand against u policy of conquest in the Philippines, nnd wn called unpatriotic because he refused to see the wisdom or justice of taking possession ot territory to vv iiicfi we vvere not rightly entitled, flow. hi thinks, thrre has been n revulsion of feeling, and lu evidence of this he mentions the rrrclpt of n number of letters from men of high standing In pybH !! wL w.p. t disposed to criticise him for his Philippine views, but who now chrerfully Acknowledge tlint throtigh moral they are forced to agree vvith nt f'on-vleti- ttir l'rfliriit la lluj'a I'turil hf Oom- him. - IOltlllll. T j mm ,awi, : kill lWW J.Queen. j, . J, v -- SARAHS fkys-- l W fflu NTebBK THANKSGIVING was great store of wltde turkles .of whlh they took many beside venison. . 'I he fowlers had been sent out by "DO COMB QUICK, THE MINCE PIES AltE BUItNINO." so tJie;n(ght-afe- rn special manner rejoice togethcrnfter they sigh of satisfaction ns she surveved the to the village. I hate to leave, you, the frutts of their labors." Palfrey's .History of New Ungland goodly store. though there isn't nnj thing o hurt you. - ."IJereSusie Ueile," she saidllliiiig I will hurry back as quick as I can, nnd the-- child's hands with some of 'the you kindle n lire in the kitchen stove." y"Thre .t 2iMi5:. m tti&mmr -- 'ItVilmNlfUr vim ezrjr 'Ssss "HTT--. ..;---- &I -- DINNER. UNTSARIE! Aunt Sarict do come quick, the, mince plcs,afe burning!" Mm Ancl'jn6iri'all bend (PJ vyvith two tight flaxen braids was thrust fiastlly out of the kitchen vfiridow and Vas jirecipitntely withdrawn. !l Aunt fc'nnih, who was evidently lost iii deop thought, gave such a sudden 'ftart that the great yellow pumpkin ilie was lovingly caressing fell from Jhcr arm. "Well, I do declare!" she exclaimed tproachfuliyf as she hastened her trensurc and turn her steps fttpuards the farm house. "If thing Thaven't come to a pretty pass, Sarah $jlane Smlthers. Von a woman of CO, lind stnndhig, out, Jered,rpaming like. jlsomeyouuggrrl.andllenvingjWtrinliice to the mercy of a child, ltut jfguess 1 ought to be excused thjs' once, things have come so terrible sudden like. ThU timti yesterday I was living ?'v ' huuiiriim life, and notlhinkiug about making a Thanksgiving1 dinner. (Jl alwtijs said I'd liave a big one when the mortgage paid and not Jlut I Jiaven't seen one of my own and blood for 20 years. And to think that Cousin Jim is coming and bringing his wife nnd children." mJ Uy this time she had reached the Kitchen; and breathlessly depositing her burden upon the spotless table she 4T)roceededtQoieuithjOvcu.dojc, whence mm A X to'rc-iwov- er )ii-- s 1 M tgot W "Just ono'ntinuteiinore! " 1 choicest cookies. "Take these and eat them. We've got enough for Let me see, Jim has rlv c children. Well, 1 want those little ones to have a real, dinner for once in their lives,- I don't believe they ever had one out there in Missouri. Dear me! how it does rainll she ejaculated; "but I'm not a mite afraid of its keeping Jim's folks at home. Once Jim sets his head to do a thing, he always would have his way or die." . And she settled back in her armchair by the cozy slttingroom fire "to rest a bit after her hard day's work. Just as she was dreaming of a Thanksgiving long ngo when she and Jim and her brothers nnd sisters popped corn nnd roasted apples before the grea) open firy, ajoud knock caused her to jump to her feet In alarm. "Who on earth can be coming on such an evening?" she muttered drowsily, as she groped her way through the hall to the door, "Why, Mr. Stanton w ha t has brought you up here in such a rain as this!" she exclaimed in surprise. "Come right in." The coshler of the Newton bank glanced down nt his dripping mackintosh nnd muddy boots, then nt the oilcloth on the hall floor. , "Xo, Jh.ink you, Mis, Sarah," he answered. "I am in n great hurry. Haven't you heard the news? The dam nt Watertown has1 broken; nearly nil the place is submerged, especially the poorest fjuartcrs near the factories. The people are flocking to Newton-i- n droves. Kvery hotel, irivute house nnd public building is full and .ct more arc vuiiiiiig. ii it jiiiiiiuit; to H'e litem drenched and shivering after walking four miles iu tills dreadful rain. Many of them have hnd nothing to eat since enrly morning. We are trying to find shelter for them in the nearest farm houses, and (bought, ns .vou haven't much family nnd considerable nJom, yottv might accommodate a good uuni-be1 could onlj gasp: The child, dumb with nttonbliment. r. .Suslfi.'licUe, tfnnd these mince pies would have been burnt to u J "2M''r," replied crisp' Aunt knrah's eyes grew round tind Suslo Jiclle, re- - her jaw dropped In dismay. At any other time she would have made, the watching the resolute figure until was lost to view, and turned nwnj with n shiver n she thought of the distance to the village.- She knew nothing of the Interview with Mr. Stanton. She understootl, however, that only some stern duty or pressing necessity could take Aunt Sarah from home so 'ate and on such a stormy evening, Notwithstanding iter promise to return promptly, it was nearly two hours before Aunt Sarah threw the doors of her sitting-rooinviting) open. "Come right in," she said, chccrllj, "every one of you, Just as fast ns vou can." Susie Flelle, who had fallen asleep afler a weary watch, started at tie sound of Aunt Sarah's voice. She fell back-- a few steps and began to rub her fjes. What could it mean? She wa surely dreaming. Pouring into the room were rough men and miserable. 'drenched women, many of whom were carrying small children. "Here, child! These poor people haie. had their homes washed away. Shew the men Into the kitchen while I get nrj domes lor the women and ctuN dren." And Aunt Sarah fell to emptjing chests, drawers and wardrobes, utterly regardlets of Jut usually orderly habits. Uy ten o'clock that night :0 men, women nnd children hud been warmed, bountifully fed and comfortably bedded. Aunt Sarah felt a strange lightness 0f heart as she and Susie Kelle sought a hard bed in thcnttle. True, she was at first uniiilridful of Ills command, hut had she not made generous atonement? Kven tlie garments of her beloved dead, which she had nlred and trenstirrd venr nfter j'ear, were put into use that i ijiit. A dry sob inrose In her throat as die thought of "Jim's folks. ".Never mind," she said to hern if. "Perhaps they will stnj, over Sunday, and I (.in cook tlicm 11 another-ThanksgivinJin-ncr- ." 'Yes'm." She stood Aftei Hallowe'en is over, thr next thing to look forward to in tlie way of a fete il.iy is Thanksgiving. A few c'n.vs before Thanksgiving the president issues his annual pro Initiation. There la a little form to In observed thout this. It is composed b.v the j:rrt.(.n:jit him-elvvhit'Ji, .vou know, U not Hue of all ttate impels, and in most Instances written nut in hisnwn hand. When this is done, the dooument goes to the state deptirtnunt, where It is carefully copied in ornauiditMl writing tlutt Is u. most like engraving, on the olHrial blue pnper of that iU parlment. The next thing needed on the document is the g'reut seal of the goverHitiett. This seal is kc pt bv the clerk of panlonunud commisiiuis. Hjid it is ver.v carefully gunn t'l under lock nnd ke. Its keeper vv.ll not g t it out without a seclul warrant signed b.v the president, iital un imprest, n of the enl U quite a ccremmn .n iicelf When the procla-ma- t ii linn I.. , n thus duly signed and sealed. iu.int tuples are mndc of It by clerk and mie is i to the governor of ever.v state In the union. It Is also given out then to the press agents, who telegraph it all over the I'nltid States, and fn this vvnj the day U cuunuueed. The governors, as they rerelvc it, Issue one themselves for their state. The first proclamation, issued by President Washington in J76U, was tinted early in October. Newseould not be telegraphed ever.v where in an hour then, and the word from the executive mansion had to truv el slowly, so it was got out in plenty of time. Washing- ton h example In the wny of issuing n proclamation was not followed by nil his successors. The practice stopped with htm, and Wat not revived until Lincoln became president. Since then, however, every succeedititr president has iauicd n proclamation. Here is that funny composition which a boy wrote about Thanksgiving, vv hlch is worth repeating, now that it is timely: "Thnnksglvlng was brought over from l'nglnnd by the Puritan Father In the year 1020. It has staid here ever since. On Thanksgiving everybody goes to church in the morning, so ni to have everything otit of the way before dinner. Then you come home and hang around n little while and get awful hungry smelling the turkey. After Deoler. dinner Tltanksgivlng I over." N. V. ELECTION Timea. f, Ai'glo-Snxo- p. it can hardly be said that MShcr-mn- n Is In President McKlnli'y's ran II denee. The circumstance under which the vrnrrnble Ohio tntonmn entered and left the president' cabinet fend to prevent nny confidential, or' even cordial relations belweei) the two, When Mr. Shermau sa.vs he minks the president has come to tho sober second thought and "Is now disposed to avoid furl her bloodshed in thr Islands and will readily submit to nny honorable arrangement to the. end of reestablishing pence," it should be taken ns what Mr. Sherman think ought to do rather than V hat President Mi'Klnley thinks about It hlmscjf. Mr. Shrrrnri say, wc have r.bmera! right to rede the Islands to another power, because they do not belong to ui. We have not evun thr right to claim tlie island by ronqucst, bepaute we have not conquered them, We have no more mornl right to rlalm t he Philip pines thnn we have to claim Culm. We cannot govern tin Filipinos according to our standards, bteanse they hate their own customs, hnMts nnd lawsntid hnv c no sy mpa thles In ooiumott with the It will lrtiuiKtMlblt) for u to hold them In subjection without large armies there, eulaibug on enormous ependlture of money. Hut what would Mr Snermnn have us do under present conditions? His Idea is that we should withdraw our troops, gnulually or at onrr, and turn the Islands over to the natives. ".Instead of sending soldiers, let us send statesmen to the Philippines, men who can assist the Islanders to establish a substantial republican government, with which we can easily secure trade treaties that will give us all the privileges and profit of possession wftliout the responsibilities thereof. It might ih wen ror this country to hold a navnl station in the island of I'mon. but Aguinnldnis willing to give us that. He would very willingly form n close, friendly alliance with thi country and concede evrry reasonable privilege we might ask for." When President MrKinley rends this opinion of his former secretary of state he will undoubtedly congratulate himself that the venernble statesman Is neither in the cabinet nor In the sennte. Were he still chairman of the senate committee on foreign nffnirs, the proposed joint resolution declaring the purpose of the United StnfVs to'hold the Philippines would strike asnngin the committee roomClf vein nd. TlaJn thr-prrildr, sults nre passed nlrr with lir1rfp-)r- i graphs as not of leading tnortnnee. Ou ,ebra1(!V he sny: thn nomnlntton of pis candidate for governor upon a ptntform Indomliis the ndtntliUtTAtlon, and tfhtlo the returns Indicate that Nnsh has n of about TO.OvO over McLean, llcl.i'an and Jones oReuier have n majority of something llkn 14.000 over the republican candidate. McLean ran upon n platform llldorilnit the Chicago pint form nnd condemnlnir truitn, militarism nnd Ith- jiffljlUm, ni)d he pt.ide a Ksllant tluht aiMln.l Krent nddf Ohio U the honie of the president It U tin home of Mr Ilanpn, chairman of the, rrpubllvnn inllonsl com11 mittee l'ottiinstr over (he tlnltrd Btates vxere urne'I to conlrlbiild money to SSVS.Ohi2. Mr list!!'! '" Ibe itncauiilni- self and ealb;d upon thurriubtlcAitToup-por- t the ticket and Indome the pollcKnof the admlntstntitiB. And yet In spit of nil ,oun-t- y that could he done Mr. Jiui.iinin wn carried by .Mr Jones, and the party wbieli id n hisjorlty of stsrly In lkll now ovrrwbtjtned by a majority approslmatlnft &.(). ThcJone U .Mr JAnes hints If (.ns made nn urxia Hrht nKalrtol Mr. JISDn.i nnd his inethmli. nnd the republican, party hits ttirnivi lt hhtrvrte tiKsfntt Met Jones ' and hi followr, Jowa, outh,,l)akpK:inil. Kntutw re -- oc tiw ot "The SVbraika campalirn wanfouichton nstlpnnl and tb (iMton andl0t fur JuiIkb rolvnJ about Il.'oi thla a t)i falon earn I uKlnl S,l.o last year dn (ur KoyTB(r and l?.0 (or thr fuslan lctor In W aad the Julon randiditr for JudK fh lM7 or War Assl'tant Bert-narMeikleJohn came from Watntneton tu DlNtd ulthths votfM to uphill lb prcel-denl- 's polmles. HrnAlor Thurston nna Hay w fd w'rrt- - v. the sttitr.p vvsrstf-- c tfcs people not to repudiate the president lui fr yr. from outride (he state tent their Influence. holwltbviiftdlntt the efTorU put forib by the rrpub)b-itthe fmion tralreif a hfrwnl vie tor Thlri-nfarr.s ttiertjc. JMKe Hotennib. rarrird five of the congressional dl.itktu oul nfitm hU(,r.,i lot the rrwalrWnj; dUulctill e first) by only !, The fushinltt, nUd a net aln it thtt dNtrict Judrrant a Isiir rsln'ln county ntneen ' Mr, Hr.vou vontiiiues, , vshMc. Un Tnkti rturr from all the states slvfi .Kournjt to tho who hope fvr tfcoi tthrow ofmil rethe publican party In Iftv. It vldnt tb.it tboir who bfUvl In the .'hl&Kuilaiforni In 1VM Mill bcllrv In U. It it o evident thut the botni!y U I be OIiIcsko platform amnaff ihoe who oppoaeit it lnnotapn-nuuned.- s 11 Unppfient it was in o (pk totlllly lo the bUm (hut thrc l a inonepuII-which hnve grown up under republlran aflmfnlslrutlon It usafctoiay that lli Amerlvan ixopie Mould by n Isrv majority prunounoe agslost the attempt to rabe the atandhif; nrtry tolt.Ot mtf, and It ta equally certain that tipon a dlrcot vote upon the tsauq Urge pin;orMy of (he peo-p- l would pronounce aclnt n Impcrlsl-Ull- c policy which would develop here a cbionial ayniem aftr ihu pattern of Kuro. pvan Kovrrnmrnti "If the Yebuke ndmlnbnerrd to ths reputx llcnns hid been moreevere theproanect of remeJUl leKUIallnn ut the hsmli of republican would be brighter While It was to Indicate that thr prfcple are not atlirifd with the, republlran pollcJm, It tnsy not hav been aurncient to may the coume of the republican party towaid plutocracy and toward ICuropran Idea ot n govrrprnent uiu vtivn forf rstbarjihan uton the consent ot the, govr rneVTt'KgV. reiving for It safety upon a large eminent standing army rather than upon cltlsen aoldlery " -- . , n nfwl other promlont mi triun l'. suf-llcln- nt I mm ..I HOT YET TESTED. Tlie reople aa nTf "till Yrt Vv te A4aaliillrallin'a I'lillry f HlpHltSluD, rei VEIIIKIUD. A RESULTS. Terribly t'.inplintlr rtrlinlir (o Ailmlnldrntlnn for Criminal AtfKreaslon. te lips lnd Thnnkseivlne, When we've pasted beyond the soup, That a bird upon the tulile Is worth two out In the coop. N. V World. Oh, we find on in her tone. "That was tho reason vTby ou Imd for- ijor$ wanderers .welcome d gotten." tlvorohiJgSiijg Ajuit Snraluto forgf.tj anything that the rntfier 'timid cliild' felt some hesitancy in alluding to so flagrant tt'brra'fli of tlrtj'good woman's strong point. Aunt Sarnh colored jlf Mat siuian.yncoinmonjfvent for I woulilntjhinlc of refusing; but my cousin, that I hnvrn't seen 'Sow, iThfldyoti fall to work on this for yitnis,( Is.f'piulng'io-inorrovr- . Ills pumpkin while I. dres the turkey. 1 cliildirn never havet'hnd n .real good g want to get everything pretty well Thanksgiving, and I csjn't think of -- dpjefp,jonorrow so.thgro wpjv't be, everything torn up before they get hnv-jn- now ami, in 'imagination,' she beheld the. groaning pantry shelves, the shining floors and the beds with their fresh lavender-scenteshegts. VMr. Stanton," she begnn, faintly, "I g never hated so much toJ refus'o in nil my life. It doesn't hardly look Christian, anil under ordinary nny-thln- cnoughhit Titnrhon' 'hand-when- 1 simV folks 'get-here.- Aunt Sarah was the last Btirvfvlng member of a large and prosperous family. She 'lived aldne with "the of 'an' orphan child of 12 j ears. As one by one those whom she loved nnd for vhoinhc, Jjfld.ijJifjBrfjiH'fuJri. fleed her life, pasted nwny, and she iiad no nnima,' nbiert upon 'hich to n --. I am dreadful sorry." Mr. Slunton was disappointed, yet he went nwny glad thaf such nn unexpected pleasure was coming into Aunt Sa- (.'"Re-- . rah's life. He q'tilte understood her a uttie later Aunt jarnn wns hQf feelings, (hough when he thought of about her relatives, explaining the miserable-unshelterecreatures lb nnoIoL'iyinir with Ipnrs In Imr pvcV1 the town, hcvishcd,"it might have been ' "U'nkll'l It irrnnrl nf lior in An - otherwise. said Jim's wife, who proved here. Morning dawned clear. Aunt Snrah and her willing little helper were up betimes preparing brenlcfnst for their numerops vistors, and a right comfortable one it wns. Many of the wayfarers set out early to return to the doomed town or to seek friends or relatives in the country. Others lingered as though they vvere loo weary and fright-ini- d from that terrible day's uxpei ience (o thiiikjf aught; ejse. Most of them were of the poorer class One um them, however, was n man of kind geiiiic manners, who someuovv v Aunt Sarah's confidence at onee. did not risk many questions:; but bt. she rcnlied what she was doln hod told httn of the expected g the disappointment and even the vur.tSarnh turned from the door plump, kind little woman, "Dqy'J tof; , 'Wflciiiiie liny. The setting aside of a day of national thanksgiving N one of the finest customs that could grace the record of n prosperous nation, nnd no time in tin year offers more graceful opportonltj for living out the spirit of the day to iti All expect i most practical extent. good dinner on Thanksgiving. The' don't ulvvnyK get It, to be sure, but tht day has so long been associated wilt iii ley. the thoughts of an cxccptlorally good There can he no dotllit.th'at llu'.Totfes meal that the very name of Thanks-givin- vote wnk against imptrl'ilisnt, anil this dny almost smells like turkcj is the view taken of It by Candidate und cranberry sauce. Detroit Frei Jones, ' Press. In concluding its comments the xi's: Kucli In Hie .Market. "Tho verdict of the election raises at "Wasn't It lovely in tlie. Jones' tons us to ent Thanksgiving dinner wltl oncu the question pf the expediency nl j( points Mr. them?" to (ho impossibility of ejecting hiifln "I don't know! tliev wiiltpil an Int 1900 on tlie nlntform he tins made for fhink they expected us to nsk them." himself, nnd by whfcirhe'miist'navv np-- " Chicago Dally News. parently stand or fall." Spreads Itself, Coming from' n Republican newspaThanksgiving day mnkes even tht per, thlH Is1 rather cold'cbmfort for dinlng-tabi"turn over a new leaf" and William ' McKInlcy.Chicago ipreod itself. L. A. W. BulUtln. Democrat p'ot-leIc-I- of' administration organs hif1 simply bupcombe nnd nothing more. That this fnot'fH'npiAircnttlii'tli: who allow themselves to reason Is mailr evident by the editorial comment In the Springfield (Mass.) Kepubllcan.n news- paper trie to the gpind.old j?arty, but opposed to imperialism, Discuinlng the results of the recent election, the lU'publlenri myc "The electipii carries t tJiandviiJiis-- f ration n terribly emphatic rebuke ft.r its wnr of criminal aggression, Maryland has swung back to Its denioerntlc moorings, Xeliniska'sliow's'hirgegtiins for tlemocrnlH. As lo Ohio, the issue on Impel Inllsm was clearly drawn." The Itcpuhlican cbntiniteH: '.'The great lurch which sends thq president's party in, Ohio frpm lnrgi,riiid1qiHirc;it- ly mpiiiniiiliibli ;iajorltIcsiJii,tars)pnst Inly a striking mjn.n.rity has lecn y hrpught about by the jireidentl'al of criminal', aggression."' hotlfs fleTulllt'c. Nash was elected grivernorofOhinhy , r the republlcnns, it is trtle,' lint vi(h u COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. jillintllty of 50,000 theru wuH a popular t majority of fi0,(H)0iignlnstthe polley,of .Vittttrally, Hnnnn will say that a imperialism. proj'.het Is not Wlitlhut horior ixi'ept In Joneh reeeiyetl ,110,01)0 votes, .'wry his own city- ,I'ltfsburtih Tost. v one of which was a protest against llcm. , -I .That the recent elect limarriril with it n severe condemnation ot imperialism is evident to! nil Intelligent people, and claims lo thctontrnry on the part been nble," 'nlUtc a hJtteirrtow- Ing thnn that oftnc pleolldns ill '12 aiaira is n nici inn i siguiiicauce na bertrlng'tipoit tho presldelitial vonteit ttt 10po. tt U claimed r (he administration party nnd by r.mlnlntration organs that n jr.0orlty of the people of this nn- - In nvor of the president's pplley Of Aniqrlc.in iVMniloti Into (fie eastern hemisphere, 'Where dp they flntl nn exjirsslon of this sentiment in the rrcent elections? Ih Mnssnehtlsetis.'vvher'e (he fight was made almost eiclqsltely m the expansion issue, t'hq democratic party made surprising gains. Ohio was held for Hie president oulv bv the exertion of nil the fuitiuliilst catkin Intliirihi-- . Inrto stnte of the 12 did the vote'shovv thnt the .president, vhiiippjoe p$yrr,")niitii ihu rcpuiiMcnn party. The Issue of imperialism, o(j expansion bj the conquest of foreign territory, will come eleurl.v before (he people of nil the sfiiteM In 101(0. There In reason to bcllrni Hmt fheptijiulnr roti wjlj pronniMiiu tintjimlifliM public of this riolley. The finocrn.Uti jmr(y Ims cause for greater confitU't'ee than e)r llmt the people of Oils country art) not jet ready to repudiate Ameiieatu piinulpka for the gnln nf foreign territory or the by ; force iJ weakur peoples.-- St. "1gov-emine- nt hae That the adui!nsrrntinn slould not 1 Illinois Slate Meltinleylsin wn ImlHraeil by tho rnlnnrltr nrid repudiated byfhe majority )ote of Ohio. That is a "tminter" for lOQO- .- Kansas CM.V Tlmfs. ' - rjf the piesldent is reillly so de lighted nt the result ot the recent the fnct cannot bo denied that It tiikyij verv little lo Plcfisu hlm.St. ibbls labile.--' J. ! 1)1)1 ,."Tr!rAV,lMVaJm,,l,,,,.rn,l vote In (ihlo'ls eleo-tlo- Mrjrctm ipne,vhng Ilniinii hus nothing o crow over iu the rbult in Ohio. He has received his warning thA Em-per- e - nllthe cAmfort ney enn get f row this fact, Columbus Toit. 'V1,"F4u1'n1,eJ Wlnley f ne',,,1. nud.Hnn-nyArfe-Jriirtled'- lo' irVt, 'fv ZS. ' ..n .:aart . ' t", ' yl'. .' txjrs.il '. .fZ-iT- 'i . t"k ttl?r.-sftyiv1fi- ' AMERICAN 11A1LWAYS As Related to Commercial, Indus- trial and Agricultural Interests. I'rni-nt 'rmuapiirliilliiii IVrlutl Milrd llii) In if Our l.ocumolU lies clop in cut or llii t. (IiIh liirrlini tlie Auc of Conn-trii-m "One of our grcnt writer lint imltl of cloning period of the nineteenth century Unit it U tin ugu of trnimporta-lion- . Tnumportntluii underlie mute-riu- l prosperity in i' cry depart incnt of Without trnmnortuliun commerce would lie Impossible. Thouc Mute tuul nation are rich, powerful ai.d enlightened whose transportation fiicllltliH are het and imwt e.vtcmdeU. 'i he ityniR nations are those with little or no tiiiiiiportntltjii facilities." Thete were a port of the opening word of nn addren ilclhrrcd before the Intt'riiiitlniiuK'omiiierclalronijrci.s, recently held in Philadelphia, by deorj;e II. DanitU. Cenerul l'amieiiger AriiiI of the .New Vnrk Central A IIuiN Min JIIm r railroad, and president of the Aiuerieoii AMucltitiou of (jrncral I'us-eii- Aireutft. He move It from lJuiTalo to New York withtime, and lie cannot risk in a (he lov primers of the canal. Wliil Ilnllrnnil llnv e Aerimpll1tel. A few example of the acldevcmcnts of American ruitrond In a little mote tl'nti hnlr h century, and many of them tvlihln the. last 5 years, were then riven, llcfaro the railroads were built It took n week to go from New- - York to IhilTnlo, nearly Hire weeks from .New York to Chicago; nnd at that time no Mini would have thought, of making a trip from New York-- to the Pacific ennui, except a few of Hie hanlleivt pioneer, nnd when on sneh an occasion the goodbye were said, It wa expected on both idea flint it would be forever. If night you Ehould place a letter on (ho 1'acllle and Oriental mall (raiu, the Hrltlsli htutUticinn, who in hit work on "The Wealth of .Nation" ald of the I oiled Stair In IMC: "If we lake n Mirvey of mnuUiiid In ancient or modern times an regards the phj ileal, and intellectual force of nation, wr iliid nothing to compare with the I'nltid Slates" Mr. Mulhall proved by hit ktatUtlu. that the working jKiwer of u sli)ilc person in the United Stair wan twice that of u Oermau or 1'rc iichman, more than three time that of nu Auitriauand the tltm-that of au Italian. He ald the Uuited Stte wa then the rieheit country hi the world, iti wealth exceeding thut of (Jrrat Hrltain by 35 per cent,, and added that in thchiitoryof the human race no nation before pniwc.scd 41,000,000 of Instructed citl xcn. Should Mr. Mulhall revise, bin flir ure the difference would all be in favor of tha United Stair, for In the poit 16 month we have demon Mruted Die superiority of our manufao tore In every dlrrctlou, and ourablUt to eopa iliceeitfully with question !ch have herriotorr iircn hnncira ex eiuklvely by the older nation now recognized by all the world Mr. D.uilrn. told of . lettot tic had re oeived from u friuud la TokJn, wrlttei mil) n short time ago. In which wan this rlgm.lcanl keuteiicr: "Vou will be In knowing that I hate hanging on the wall of my olllcea framed pic ture of jour 'Umpire Stale Kxpn-M.- ' and we expect In the ueur future to be hauling n Japanese 'Umpire Kxpress" with an Amurlean locoiiiothc." The hate now' In JaKiu more than 100 lo romotitc that were built in the United Iu lliuvsln they hate nearly Mn'i1' J.U.J Ainrrhsaii locomotive, iinil iirac- tleally m'crr railway In (Jreat Uritain hnnrnkred locomotive from tlUicoiin trj More the beginning of the warvith Spain. Hut it it not nlona our locomotives thnt have nttraeted tha attention of who have vUlted our nhoreh; our railway equipment generally hat comtuaiKled ndinirntion and l now receiving the highet compliment, namely, Imitation l, many lter nutlunf. rhe demand for American locomotive from nil part of the world Mr. J)auleU attributed, Iu the lint place, to the Miperlor quality of our and, In the second, to the fact that the general pa.snenger agent of the Amerienn railway hate, through tlielr adtertiitlng. intuit' the marteloim result. accomplished bv our locomotive household word in every country on the globe. Thi' emperor of (Senuauy in his upeech to the I'ruInu diet In January l.ihl, hald Mr. Daniel, did not lay the KreatcMt trca upon the neeenltj for Increasing .the army or for the of additional ships, or thu navy, but he did Impre upon hlshrnr--vrs- t the great Importance of extending the railrnnd and the navigable canal:. Iu order thnt the Oerman nation might luive knowledge of the most advanced tlieorlen and practice in the construction and operation of railway nn Imperial Orinnu eommlMlou waent to the X'iiI ted State a hort time, ago for tlic ,purpoc of examining American railway and making Mich reeoinmcn-Jutio- n as their iutc.tlgntlou mggcHt. In the rcKirt of tills commission, which was recently publlsdied, one of the llri--t hentenccK In an follow: 'I.nisk of speed, lack of comfort, Inek of cheap rate, nre the charge brought ngaliiKt the German empire railway. nH compared wlUi thoHe of the I'nltcu IS tutor,." They recommended the adoption of many of our methods, explaining in their report that they were far superior, not only to tlioae In vogue in Ccraisniy. but also i.upcrlor to those of on.v other country. Or of the claim nuide by Mr. Danicln In that rallrondh hiiper.ede 11 ic cannl. nnd hv gives ns one renoii the general ilrinnitd of the Atnerlcau jiubllc for quick time A shipper having a hunbarrel of llouror n mildred tlioin-nulion buxhclh of grain for export must thru unit on to nuolr .Mr. Mulluill, nl trr to-da- y, I for-c'gn- er which learet New. York nlO: 13,. may be sure that your corrcipondent in San Francisco will be radlng It ncxtMon day nigh I four days from New York. Tho f miner of outconslltutlon would haTc considered ti man entirely bcslda h'.umU who would Love ngjrc(cd such a poBs'lnllty. In 1S:: the states cjist of the Missouri river were stmdlng mod and clothing to the starting people of Kansas. Thanks to the facilities afforded by tho railroads the corn crop of Kansas this year Is 310,000,000 bushels. It seems but n wry few years, said the speaker, since I inndeiny llrsttrlp to Colorado, and stopepd on my way at the homo of IIutTalo Mill, at Xorth Platte. Neb., on the Union Pacific. At Ogaialla, 51 miles west of Xorth l'lutte, the Sioux Indians were roaming over the pialrles and making more or less trouble for the early settlers who ventured so far out of the beaten paths of civilization. The .Nebraska corn crop this year covers 8,000,lifiO acres, and thu yield is '110,040.000 biuhels. Previous to the construction of the Northern Pacific, the (Jreat Northern, NorthwcstC'ii, St. Paul, Hurlington, and other railways that traverse that wonderful region known ni the "wheat belt," there was nothing to be seen but prairie grass and an occasional baud of untamed savage. Ilrt rloiiiiriit of 1'nrinr Ciinul, In 1810 there came across the continent reports of the discovery of gold In California, bill the only menus of reaching Its Golden (late was by sea around Cape Horn, or the long nnd perilous journey, with ox team, across the plain, Including what was then styled In our geographies the American desert, and through the hazardous mountain passes of the western part of the continent. The completion of the Pacific railroads changed alt this, nnd opened new fields for all kinds of enterprises. In an unexplored territory stretching over more than 2,000 mllei to the vrst, northwest and southwest of the Mlislsslppl river, the products ol which region were practically valueless until the means of transporting '.) era were nrovldcd by the railroads. 'Ihe wheat crop of California this year ii J7,000,000 bushels. The largest crop : ever produced In California wa in 16S0, when owing to exceptionally favorabl weather conditions that state produced M,000,0t0 bushels. The gold output ol ' 'fers!.fcr thsycirlSSSUIImated at IIC.OOO.OOO. The vineyards and orange groves of California would be ol practically little value were it not for the fact that the. railroads, by their trains of refrigerator and ventilated ears, make It iolble to transport thi products of her fertile valleys to all sections of the country. It keein but yesterday that the were completed into Portland Ore., Tnenma nnd Seattle, Wash., ami il Is marvelous that for the yeur ended June 30, S0t, there wa exported from the Columbia Itlter valley 10,000,001 bushels of wheat nnd from the Puget sound region 10,000,000 bushel. Ore gon nnd Washington form tho north w'est corner of the territory of tin United States south of the line of Ilrlt-IsColumbia nnd nre directly on tin route to our extreme northwest possession, Alaska. The when! crop of tin htatc n ., uiliWII ami Washington foi the year 1XKJ is tS.COO.OOO bushel. Then was c.x,H,rted during the tear aided .June 30. irm. from the Columbia rltei direct, to foreign ports l.luo.oiw 1.....I. of Hour, nnd f.om Puget sound poiuti rnll-road- s WHAT A GENTLEMAN Kpocli IS. nnd Condition i to Do llnve Much Sloral Niieli u III Store Counlrrfeltlnar. Service hns just unearthed an-nrl ill rnlintf.rfml.ra nit.l nMi...l iantity of hpKus hilli, which nre to 1 KMIiuttti. The term "gentleman" nlways represents the total sum of a few qualifications which experience has proved to be most useful iu the actual state of social life, and it represents qualifications that, upon the whole, arc not natural artistic qualifications. There are those who will refuse to thut the conception of whut u gentleman is varies with different epochs' and conditions. They will ussert that the gentleman of a thousnnd years ngo, of a hundred years ugo, Is n gentleman As and will be one to lnrge matters of ethics nnd conduct, yes; ns to minor matters of behavior, We decide that n loan no. n by the manner In which he "wear" In dally existence; in Its haphazard and promiscuous companion-hip- s ml situations. And social life ul present is nu Internntlonnl alTnlr. Its interest nre not confined to the limited stages where they would formerly have been locnlled, but mote over extended surfaces. The gentleman of therefore, is the individual who best adapts himself to prevailing circumstances by not stopping the general flow of thinge with an intrusion, when not strictly necessary, of his own personality. He Is the individual who puts no oversensitive vnluatlon on his personal standards, interferes little with others, has the silent courage of his own conduct, but no Itch to explain it, or himself, or to Impose either on a preoccupied world that has no time to attend nnd less patience. This, In nny case, as n definition of the social side of what the enlls a gentleman; and ns the raco has spread over the fnce of the globe more extensively than nny other nnd been brought iu contact with the great est number of peoples under the greatest diversity of circumstances, It may fairly be considered no bad judge of tho way to get through thnt complicated thing, modern life, with the least irritability on all sides and the smnllest friction. We of the Knglish tongue, In short, believe at present that man most acceptable to his fellows, nil round, wlm least obtrudes, In personal Intercourse, the Insistent pcrsonnl note. AHno Oorren, in Scrlbner's. to-dn- y ud-m- never sunptet them of being rpunoui. of great value nre always selected for on. notably Hosletter's Stomach Hit- 'llirll lina tlinfll- - llml nlnr. t.fif nx....M1. foriorilcni like indigetion, dyspepati, nervoucnefs and cciierol debility. Bee that a private itevinuc Stamp covets tha neck of the bottle. A jm$ ' I Personally t Conducted California H I $ il to-dn- A professor was Roing to experiment with laughing cas when he overheard a student lay that it he were seleetid font subject he would tnke advantage of his niippond coma to tell the nrofefsor what he thought of him. ,...u.. uic . ...C-- mci ,,.11- nrolcsor an nounecd that he would for the purposes of illustration, to administer the can to some member of the clar-i- . Forthwith this stu . IiL-c- Utile Too Moon. Lookatyourtongucl Ifit'scoated. your stomach la bad, yotirlivcr out or order. Aycr's Pills will clean your tongue, cure your dyspepsia, make your liver right. Easy to take, easy to operate. 25c. All druggists. PitlS P.lV Excursions Via the Santa Fe Route. Tlirei Unicsn ycek from Chicago and Kninns otjr. Twice n rreV from Bt. Tatil and Minneapolis. Dtlf r vafaaaaL-- I. i (V frritM C T ttal nHrl jj- - 5 ! g"!i-tlcinn- ii was connected with Ids mouth, lie pretended to he very miii'li excited and bemu to abuse the professor roundly. Ihe old uinii let him go on for while; hut the class roared when the professor told he needn't he so irresponsible the, gas had nut been turntd on yet. Colliers Weekly. VHIO Iho Ran hulli nvc for .tho uuuixiiiuiiiiiii u uiu wnisKi ors K Want jour mottilaclie nr beard a brauUlul iirnirii nr Tim niarKT iiien uio J NRUAM'v? Itewnril lHOO. to-dn- Tlie readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dieatled diixwc thin science has been able to cure in ill its tt..rs, and that H Catarrh. Hall'c Catarrh t uie Is the only positive cure knoHii to tlj medical fraternity. Catarrh beiriK a cnntitutioual disci'e, requiit-- a STV sf uli nrnl rase. Hook of IItMtlmnnlft sBO.NH, iInis' trratrosnt OKhKN'H Or II lios O, Atlanta, Oa. T ls Ires DflDCV rO I Ww WOIVI.RTi gives fv to .9 $'mS&.K:.V?iMa.m-7i.- If anacrpr fTatlfnpnla TAnrlat H,nl.i. The Atchison, Topeka 4 Santa feRailvta), 1W Adams Strrrt. CHICAGO. - Huston. In Improved I'ullmati tournt alreping cars. Better than ecr at lowest possible rates. Sxperieuccd excursion conductors. Also dally novice tielwccn Clilcogo end California. Correspondence solicited. T. A. GRADY, 4 : l ". sV 25c. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. FOR NEXT THIRTY DAYS. constitutional treatment. Hall's C itarrh Cure is taken internally, acting duectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disvae and Riving the patient strength by Inn. ding up the constitution and assisting nature 111 doing its work. The proprietor!! have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F J Clienev Si Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall'i Family Pills arc the How long have you suffered with . . . DUCIEiiATIOil 9 nntUSIAl lest. may-pas- s Anglo-Saxo- n Anglo-Saxo- n Cnt Storr. "Cats," said the gaunt man with the griz-tle- d vvhiskers, "can comprehend human speech." "Got a eat storyt" asked the irreverent person with the button nose. "1 have. .My daughter was doing a bit of Wagner nigat before last, snd 1 called through the door to ask whether it were ihe or the rat making the noise." "Well?" "The eat got up, awore vehemently, walked out and hasn't been seen since." Indianapolis .lotirnala, is a somewhat hackneyed term as applied to How Long Have You Bead About "5 Drops" Without Taking Them? Do you not think you have wasted precious time and suffered enourh? If so, hen try the "S Drops" and tc promptly and jwrmancntly cured of your afflictions. "5 Drorls" Is a spetdy and Sere Cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago (lame baclcl. Kidney Diseases, Asthma, Hay Fever, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of alt kinds, HronchltU, La drippe, Headache (nervous or neuralgic). Heart Weakness, Dropsy, Earache, Spasmodic and Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Nervoujne, Sleeplessness, Creeping Numbness, Malaria, and kindred diseases. "5 Drops" has cur-.- J diseases, than more people during the part four years, of the (trade; mark. all other remedies known, and In case of Rheumatism is curlnir more than tl the doctors, patent medlctnes,electr)c belts and batteriescombined, forthey cannot cureChronic Rheumatism. Therefore waste no more valuable time and money, but try "5 Drops" and be promptly CURED. "5 Drops" is not only the best medicine, but It Is the cheapest, for n J1.00 bottle bottle, $1.00, prepaid by mail or express, or 6 bottles for $5.00. For contains 300 doses. Price the next 30 days we will aend a 25c sample FREE to anyone feuding- 10 cents to pay for the Write . Agents wanted. rrallinf E. LAKE ST.- - CHICAGO. SWANSON RHEUMATIC CUKE CO., 160-16- 4 lol W above-name- d pr l'alncr on 'Wheels Mot hi Ho. lip nn Mr Merloni. It Is a little dangerous to tnke It for granted that the experiences of u g neighbor hnte been necessarily of the most limited nature. A certain cot rtlcrof the time of Queen Anne found himself n little at fault by falling to recognise this fact. It wiih nt a stato ceremony and the queen was surrounded by n host of gayly dressed courtiers, in all tho company there was but one man conspicuous by a total lack of finery. He was attired in the plainest of homespun, and looked like nn old country farmer. survevhiL' tho brilliant assemblage with evident interest. To this stranger came n gayly dressed gentleman, who In flippant insuion inquired of liim whether he had ... .... .. .. rustic-lookinHc-wn- -- - 1 "" n"-nI oM : r,l,,,, Ner-Kl,e ln. : '.! Ml,,' " "lK'i'Uich'' railrosd trams, hut it accurately describes the Alton Limited, the newly equipped day trains of the. Chicago Alton H. It. Co. nidvii wcie placed in dairy aenncc between Chicajo and tit. Lotus, November 10. J899. The equipment ronsistii of standard Chicago li Alton passenger locomotive ; United btatut Hiatal car, sixty-si- s feet n length; combination pacnger and baggage car, combination parlor chair car and coach. Chicago Alton parlor chair car; cafi and buffet smoking car and Pullman parlorobserva-tiofeet isr. each of which u seventy-twfix inc.ies in length. The framing of all these car is Pullman standard with Kt.ipire decks, wule vestibules, standaid steel platforms and device. Ad of the cars are lighted with electric lights except the mail car and combination passenger coach snd baggage car, which are lighted with Pintsch gus. The window!, throughout the entire train arc of uniform width, the Gothic lights alwwe being of the new Pull-mastandard. The ornamentation is of special design, the color scheme being maroon. Great care has been used in the selection of plushes and woods for the interior, antl the lamps, metal furnishings, etc., are of special design. It is claimed that there has never been built in America n train which hns re ceived as much attention s to constitutive dftails as has The Alton Limited. An examination of this superb tram certainly bears out this claim. n A DOLLAR STRETCHER One ladjrwrites that the preate.t "Dollar Stretch- er" she has ever found is the new and original method by which J. C. HuhinerU introducing hi 1atet Invention, "RedCrosa' and " Htibinper's Best" starch. She says: "With your Endless Chain Starch Book. I received from my grocer one large package of " Red Cross" starch, one large package of "Hubinger's Best" starch, and two beautiful Shakespeare panels, all for 5c. How far my dollar will go, I am unable to figure out. Ask your grocer tor this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. JOHNMHHYTHCO MAMMOTH MAILORDER. HOU! ISS T50 ilU ?WCST MADISON ST to 6t3 CHICAGO t! 5,000 GUITARS AT This Guitar is made of the finest imitation mahogany with either solid rosewood or walnut fingerboard, pearl inlaid position dots and German silver raised frets; it has fancy inlay around sound hole and best quality American patent h:ads; the top of Guitar is beautifully bound with celluloid; it is strung with a full set of best quality steel springs and is ready to play upon. $2.65 THIS ELEGANT GUITAR FOR $2.65 io man, no less, than 5,000 of .them, probably tho largest contract In traitars crcr maclo an instrument that positively sells from J3.S0 to $7.U). When this lot is exhausted vie cannot dnplicato this offer. Quantity talks. Only by operating on such n bis scale, together with our wclUknnwnsmnll prollt policy, could such an oiler ins 13 possible. Another reason for dispensing such a bargain broadcast is tho conOuenco wo feel that OTcrycuitar sold will win for us n permanent patron and n friend who?o recommendation wo can count upon. Wo will forward tho enltar to any address C. O. D., subject to examination, upon receipt of iOc. We, howeTer. ndrlso that cash In full bo rent, as that saves return charges for money snd wo stand perfectly ready to refund money if tho guitar U not all and mora thnu wo claim for it. ltomomberoar athaSsi aftr special prico on 5iK) of 5C7 tpCsBVCJ thcmonlyis published statistics those o) himself during the lecent Mississippi 1S07 give the mineral output of Mon lenntnrlnl campaign is now going tho tana as $5J,000,GuO. rounds. He is reported to hnte been Without railroads, Kansas, N bra telling nbout a visit to his old home, ha, Minnesota, North and South Dako where he met one of the old family servla, Montana, Colorado, California, Ore ants. gon and Washington would still lu thi "hawsy, Mars John, I'se glad to see home of snvnge. 'e," said one old negress, "an' so glad of .luierlenn Unllrumli. to know dnt you'sc still got yer same It is beyond question that America t old poslshun." railroads furnish the best serv"What's that?" nsktd Mr. Allen. ice in the world, at the lowest rates ot "Why, runiiin fur oflice, o fare, at the same time paying their cm Scimitar. ploych very much higher wages that are paid for similar service in any othei THE MARKETS. country on the globe. In the I'nitcc s passenger faiei States the CINCINNATI, Nov. II. last year averaged 2.93 cents per mile, MVKSIOCK-dtt- h' common CM a 3 (U jw'ieei i Mlchei-i io aiw although on some large railways tin CAl.VKS-rulr- to 8 Ti u. T kixmI lxla. average was several mills less than twe 1ICXIS Coitm and iicuvy it, 3 SI Mix 3 ?(I pjeker HI 4 cents per mile; in I.uglnnd the first- 3 Kl a 3im I.firtii nlilipers M) (& s ;.x clats farti i four cents per mile; third J 4 (0 fare, forvastlv Inferior service. Ii I'AMiis SiirliiB V. .. winter ,', Ult.xiN Wluai intent reJ. 3 36 ft 3 71 two cents jier mile, but only on certain Nu.;! U No. 3 nil. at m parliamentary tralun. In Prussia tin C ra No. 9 niiicJ ft, am fare is three cents per mile; iu AusIMts No. a Kyo Niv ft "0 tria, 3.05 cents per mile, ami In France, HAY I'rlnio 2. to choice i: ;: wis oi 3.30 cents per mile. l'liOVlMONS-Me- -s jiorK.. ii0 00 4 SO i..irn Our passenger cars excel (hose of L"lI'i:it-t'liol17 IS S ilulry forclgncouiitrlesluall that goes to make Cluilcu ortMinnrv S S7 . ... s to W 5 N) ui) the comfort and convenience of u Al'I't.Iii- - C'lioicu lo 0 m, M Journey. Our sleeping and parlor car ' ulAlu,'r,-l- or ,,rl". "' avstnii is vast ly superior to theirs; our r..rwi..5,,.l.f.V.Aa0, 3tt a 3 &5 6t) baggage system is infinitely better than at No. ' mi.'.'.' 0, tt -- 61 theirs ami arraiiL'ed tinon a much mora COKN-- ! aicaioa. rms... S liberal basis. American railroads car- OA S3tiu, cm; Na '.' to Till ry 150 pounds of baggage free, while rOKK-Me- Steam I so d LAUD 0J the German railroads carry only 55 YOIUC, pounds free. The lighting of ouriraina I' I.OUII Winter natout 3 OJ i 3 7i is superb, while the lighting of trains WHU.Vf No. '.' ml O 73?, COKN-N- o. S uitxoj l U on most foreign Hues is wretched. KYK (it Hi These aiv some of the nchlevement O tT." M.xed :VH 7A 0 00 it of American railways in passenger serv- I'OKK Njwmens fit KSi ice that have not been approached in IIAI.TIMOItr.. any other country on the globe, nnd in ri.OUlt-raiii- lly 3 & 3 M'4 my opinion it. is achievements of this (JKAIN -- Wlie.it No. SroJ.. 7U SS 704 tA 6 71 biii'tlifia character thnt have made It possible J for the United States to expand its No. Snlilto 3IVi(A .il SJ ,. 0 ki, live Nix 2 western 67 with such astounding rapidity. CATTI.E-Fl4 Ti 5 S3 quality The fact that American passenger 4 7J tt 7i INDIANAPOLIS. service attracts the attention of people of every other country who visit our QltAlN - Wlu'nt No. 2 ml .... ft 61 Cora- Nu 2 mixed ,& 2.' shores demonstrated by the desire ol No. 2 mixed Oais jo mi all foreigners to ride on the Empire LOVI&VIUX.K. c State express the fait est PI.OUK Winter intent 3M m, 7.1 trnln in the world and the further de iwl.... Corn illxeil ei scyj sire to examine the magnificent maOsts .Mixed Cb SiU l'OUK-M- en to. 0 to chines thut haul our gtent (rains. I.AltD-ble0;3 C fl t) latest -r to-da- y Colorado, which, with its Incxhaust uenii oi a nauon for a very short time. ible mine of gold, silt er, lead, iron nnd lie felt himself unfit for the task before coal, forms almost an empire in itself nun. nnd lost no time iu resigning. will produce this year of ISBD of gold Now, nfter half a century, he visited hall In connection with $21,000,000; of liter. $1 1,200,000; ol lend, $l,tU0,O00, In addition to a mag some legal business.- -- Youth's Com- ulliccnt crop of wheat, fruit nnd veg- pa n Ion. etable. Thanks to her railroad fnclll Politic ni. ii Uulnen. ties. Montana Is the rlchest'iiiiu A good joke which Congressman. Tohn crul region of iu size in the world. Tin Allen Is supposed to have sprung on bOO.OOObaircls. ' 1,e Klieil hlT w UlCIUiril I mill """ ,, "' ",'n(, '" u "' " "" protector. '' T' "'.v wupled the position of Pol.itlnjr o th ! sat In he No matter how proud a man feeU of a woman's cleverness, he likcti to feel that slm consider him even more clever than she is herself. Philadelphia Times. Dropsy treated free bv Dr. II. II. Green's sons, of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy specialist in the world. Kead their advertisement in another column of this paper. r3 w,"i"sler - only in accord with the eternal of things that thi. crook should always be 00 mischief bent. Chicago I)vil News. It is s Iw tfa.c m rtUX'S to-du- y All goods arc alike to PUTNAM FADE-LKSDYES, as they color all fibers at one boiling. Sold by all druggists. Kl "He's n vegetarian, is he?" "Ohl the strictest kind. He won't even eat oyster plant." Philadelphia Record. Piso's Cure cured me of n Throat and Lung trouble of three years' standing. li. Cody, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 1SIW. Very which is listed at lowest wholesale prices ilaverything to eat wear and use.is (urnishr d on receipt of only 10? to partly pay postaje or expressage and as evidence lo goou uim cue iuv i& siiuwisu on irsv 'purchase amountincjto sl9 or above. j7n fll OUP MONTHLY GROCERY PBICt LIST ftE.D Some people say a great deal, little Chicago Daily Xetis. but talk Mrs. PinkhanVs LITTta Medicine Matlsj CHEAP RATES ON ACCOUNT OF Two oDse".-Memp- hia a New Woman of Mrs. Kuhn, TO UXS, riNKHAU NO. 64,4 first-clas- I) I il . T.V n-oi'i- c . cii Iiliu-y- 1 1 different kinds of medicine. 1 woulij feci better nt times, then would bg ns bad ns ever. " For eight years I was n (Treat suf fcrfcr. I lind fnllln;- - of the womb nnd was in such misery nt my monthly periods I could not work but a little before I would have to lie down. Your medicine has made n new woman of mo, I can now work nil clay nnd not gtji tired. I tliank you for what you liayt) dono for me. 1 shall always pmlgp your medicine to all suffering wosneij,'' .MIt8. 1.. J.. KUIIK, (iKIOIANO, OlIIO, "DEAUMrS. Pl.VKHAM- -I tllillk it i my duty to write to 3011 expressing my sinccro trrntltiulo for tho wondovt f ul relief I lmvo experienced by the usg of Lydia U. I'inkhnin's Vegetable Con,i pound. 1 tried dhTcrcnt doctors, also THANKSGIVING VIA DAY! famous pictures printed In ten colors, ready for framing, will be given free to any person who will send a quarter for Three Months' subscription to Demorest's Family Magazine, the great paper for heme life. Thousands subscribe for Demorest's as a gift io their daughters. Dcmo-rest's is the great -ssLs v American authoii- ty on Fashions. Fcr M. sV st forty years it has been read in the best families of America, and has done more to educate women in true love of good literature than any other magazine. The special olfer of these two great pictures and Three Months' subscription to Demorest's for 25c. is made for 60 days only. Write at once. " BIG FOUR ROUTE." w On November 20th and P.Oth, the popular "ISlg l'our Uoutc" will sell tlckots between nit stations within a distance of 150 Mites from starting point nt a rate of I ri" (hE and OMVNIII'il) For the Round Trip. I AUK UUAIN-Whe- -- . Tickets "III lir IxhxI lor llrmrii in ami lu.' v tilling Drcriubar 1, I HIM). For full Information anj porttculnrt a? to rates, ticket, limits, ota, call on Ascnts "Qle Tour Itoute," or tulilress tho undersigned. WARREN J. LYNCH j I No. I KH HB I" & N.-;- JAltO-VVest- ern A (ora-Mix- ed com-merc- o Mt 1UKI!--v'ciiUt- Plnklinin's Vegetable Compound nnd used two packages of your Sana tlvo Wash, nlso some of the Liver l'llls, and I can bay that your remedies will do nil that you claim for them, lleforo taking your remedies I was very bad with womb trouble, wns nervous, had no ambition, could not sleep, and my food seemed to do mo no good. Now I am well, nnkyour medicino has cured mo, 1 will t'BLly recommend your med lelne to cvsB ono wherever I go." Mits. M. L. baks, Qu.vMausii, Mien. E. "I have taken eight bottles of Lydia Ucn. Pass. A Tkt A. O, p Act CINCINNATI, Oi W. P. DEPPE. i T, Agt. Demorest's Family Magazine, HO Fifth Avenue, Art Department, New York. Dont Rent YOUR OWN . Coitiplftr Brttch tQ.9) Top Snap Double ii MQ FISH-TACKL- CUt4CiKllMLUKMU(vRi; t4 iiiap rt tu.0rii POiUll A CUYEM CO. tPLKTMIEN'ft ESTABLISH A HOME OF IISalaSl..tlMI1MTI. EiSLT ii I 1 Cures long-dlstnn- COJ C quick, uUs SYRUP Tru!,ofjrje, OltAIN-Wrieal-- Na Whooping-Coug- h (Jnoxcoll M aui Vr.BlrtM si lUioutitiu, hnflumptives. Glvoa Is. Kelusc subslltutcs. Read "The Corn Belt," a hand'soma monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful information about farm lands in the Weit, letters from farmers and pictures of their homes, barns and stock. Inter esting nnd instructive. Send 25 ccnU in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "Tan Corn Uelt," 209 Adams St., Chicago. Barters an:i Has a good drcp color and does not strain the eyes. Ip IfWMsllfcilJXUhiMJI A. N. K.- -K I M Jl i'Lt W'HIiI'Ml CUKIS Root cougn Wtitflt Ii I to tliao. Bjr Bold br drurcl.u. 1788 Wlll'.X WKITIAU TO APVr.lCTlHKKSl plewse sluCc thut you saw the AUTvrlUsr. (tat In thU ur. .... r ?w ' . i rM" -.,. - A) , if Turin' ami the Trusts. State Aktt to lie ttinexcj Panama State, one of th feiUiratlou of the States ot ( bin, has applied for auuuxnti the United States. The oft'. In en ignored by tho State De men I', for the reason that Paiixiun is not iccngnl'.ed hs mii Independent go eminent, ami tl would he impossible to treat with her in a diplomatic ii), Opinion as to the merits of the oiler Is withheld, in view l Undiplomatic, otiHtiieles will uli put the proposition out of the pali ol Panama n rest eoiihideialtou. lots in the Oolumbiau (Jonfeilera tl n, and to a degree c.o nil note au ,V (JOEHEL'S MACHIMJHV. , Material, LUM- - ROUGH AND DRESSED BEH, Doors nml "Window, Shiiij;l Vc Lime and Cement. Builders' Hardware, Paints, OiR i'to. EST1MATKS CHKKItrilMiY lUKNISHKll. FEED STUFFS Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran, etc., etc Chicago Democrat: TiuhIr do not four statute laws for they van bo fought indefinitely from court to court nnd their operation rendered ineffectual. tint the trusts do fear the withdrawal of special privileges granted by the federal tariff. The way to prevent the trusts from advancing prices of pro ducts and taxing the consumer to the last extreme 1h to take nway from these combines the protection of the tariff and put them In competition with foreign enterprise. AMI TIIKS 1011 SETTLEMENT. UacknnoiNiiinii Who Tliiittglit He ( outriilleil HancNtiiitr Muchlnerj. .. UU ElMAN WAGON tNir. neurits r Tin: i:m.iihati:i C i L. P. &W. S.Ellison Iewv II o eats, the II ii man. Dowey tins to breathe, Ho sleeps, remaining nvenuo of escape. He married, Tho definite announcement is Ho married rich. made that .Major Swigert rocontlv Iu fact, Dewey is a human he sighted Aguinaldn, nnd immediate hi?. ly began a movement toward him The great American people, the in the neighborhood of Pozzuro-bioFor tho first time since the great Ainericnti newspapers magreopouiug of the campaign the nified him to such a high degree Tagal dealer .has been definitely in their hero worship that the.y located nnd there is good reason lost Bight of tlio fact that he to hope that his escape from his prest nt position can be prevent was still a human hoing! as he ed. Tho men who nre now so Dewey is ns great on his trail nre old Indian was the (lav ho returned from Ma- closo Gghters of veteran experience. nila when every mat), woman and They are apt to bag their game child In the broad land was singing under existing conditions. It is In order, therefore, to ex-- , bis Draiso. The- wrong done was, peot news of Aguinnldo's capture the people magnified the hero out at any moment. of all proportion to human nature. . to-da- y under his direction, is com We heaid .Jim Fields, a fanner, pletely surrounded by American making a great kick to. day. He troops, under command of Gens. hiijh he gine his daughter a nice Whenten, MoArthur. Lawton nnd pair of chickens two cars ago alio i Major Swigert, tho latter with promised to leed the increase for the third cavalry, having so inov-onl- fou i earri provided that she would od as to block Aguiualdo's take care of them, lie says she ly y value of (he ncquMtinti to the United States, if any, would lie iu it is now indicated on the war cettatu nihnntiigcs it might con map which chnngea'with the daily ler in advancing the Isthmain on Washington telegram lo developments ot the Philippine mil. the Chicago News. campaign that Aguinaldn in person with the insurgents immediatePrulltalile Chickens. independent government. The ..i.i i.i iiii him mini una wniNKor as long as the j Were, gnu. wn,t into the in pi mi nt nmitif of Me.it ce & Stone ,cMeuln, mid told Mr. licaiie he nitiili'd m tni. a Mr. (itrniii'k iiiuiiiiiui. tui uii i jint. ti.ui. Ml, Iteaieo, w Idle hIiou lug i im a calnlugue and mukiiit; linn niiccs, linked linn wli he had determined to purchase n hat ester mo far titiead of lime. ,VI," wan the rcnlj. "I have liear'n 'em hh, that ' lit h man (ineliel erbout to idt n (holt of nil the iiiui:lilnern, and. I . iiiniigiii i ii ou neiore ne tun tlio price up." The icpnrter lell belore any ex ' pliiiinlinu was made the "ruMietiu" Hon ling Green Timer-- . i .,. . ... i I , j j I I ........... V rPP wsm&m jafflmmmzsL rr5srK v27rSK isHrl jm&msmtimmmismimvmt ?i HiaKMAEr iCHDtTTXJOKIY. HICKMAN, W-S.QQN- S r tOTIMJ M.U'IIIMIS. '-- V ;jed'c rfwr wiB' ttim&'3t-- Mi ERLD'iB TYOUrW & Reefers wan I has jOl In the bank and has 200 chickens that he will feed this winter. He also says at the end of the four .ears she will own the farm and bechaigiuu him rnt for living on it. Kul to n Leader. Mnile You in: Again. "One of Dr. King's Now Life Pills each night for two weeks inus pnt mo iu my 'teens' again," writes D. II. Turnor, of l)rmieytovii, Pa. They're tlio t in tne worm lor ilver, btomach and Bowels Purely vegetable. Never gripo Only :.5c at all drug Mores. Ix-s- The 225 voting uinrliiuCs used In New York lit the late election woiked well iu the main, hut there were exceptions. These ieiuire very PcrlnuN attention before the machines can palely lie generally ailopted. It in true the ratio of the mishaps to the machines wat huiiiII, there being oul seven iu all, or b'ut little oet .1 per cunt. Three of these weie cases where the ma chines were deliberately broken by viulenoe. It) thleeothei eases the keyn were mlPiilnct'il and the opening of the polls delated iu couseiitience. Tlie other caso was when a stalwart voter gave thu lever a wrench In the wrong direction, breaking the machine. no sniAt you vik - .i R - saw !SS UROCEBIES, Fresh Meats. Hardware, Qucensware, Hay, Oats, Itran, Lime, ('emeiit. jffl5y UUUFL. .! PHIOES "WILL PLEASE YQUV. Bring Your Job Work to This Office THE GEHMAX KMl'EltOIl'S VISIT. TO KEEP PHILIPPINES. T. The Washington correspondent of the St. Louis says: President McKinley expects to complete his message to Con-- , gress within tho next few days., He has outlined tho salient points of it to the members of his Cabinet, nnd n practical agreement has been reached as to all questions of policy. The determination to retain tho Philippines, it is said is exnressed with tho utmost Cotmress may erful nations that ho desires Eng- clearness, so that to the position have no doubt as land's friendship. of the Administration in regard A year ago Euglaud didn't hnve to the matter. According to present intentions, a friend on the continent. Iu tho the President will leave tho queslnnguage of Lord Roobery, it wnb government for Uuba "This lonely island set in these tion of civil for the consideration of Congress,' Northern Hens, viewed with such but will recommend immediate at jealousy, such hostility, such jar-e- teution to the necessity for a stn-bl- e ambition by the great empires territorial government of some ' of the world who count their kind for Porto IJico and Hnwnii. embattled millions." Now The recommendations as to the Germany, despite tho ancient government for the Philippines grudge she bears her, ''comes a will not be specific, but It is prob courting." able a suggestion will be made Does any one hnve to seek far that Congress should send a com to find what brought this about! mission there, so that by taking Is it not on account of American its report, together with that 01 friendship for English? England tho commission which recently and America on one side, France n system of legislation for and Russia on the other, and Ger- the Islands may bo agreed upon. many was not long in deciding whose company she would keep. llAILItOADb OPPOSK THUSTJs. The visit of German Emperor to England at this time cannot be regarded as other than a political event. England is engaged in a serious war; France hails her everj setback with undisguised delight; liuesia and France are bound together with au ironclad treaty, offensive and defensive. And yet the Emperor of Germany does not hesitate to show to these powGlobe-Democra- t d II IAll PfllEf IIIs Uwl 1UUI1 rSpj 5? Aj UaaenKriliv Tl mi ! JS Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! Insist on LION COFFEE, in lb. pkKs. 1 Best Coffee for ilie Money CW?SS?fl fli 8 lMSJlt Y lP Try LION COPniH and you will never use any other. It Is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Fancy Gold Rlnp. v Ito 1 gS Jtk L m These articles mailed FREE in T exchange for lion heads cut front M IjWfr NT fv TOl P front of ilb. IJONCOIWlinpkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or dents). Wfy&ftr$jyfZr- J$jt 8h H Genuine KubyScttlno Cohl Klna. - F JCYl?OA5TfD!ri3 5 X K M 'i 3 d Vr 25 lien hcttJt 2-- nt ami a Jnt lamp. ty Ual nd a ttamp. t & r" haiinir ail tirir.T l" makrr pattrnu au! tr llMavrlnctaitirrtiu'iMiatM-irnli- ,ita,UUt of hM4 tint iala M f wtUi ly fM n1 fiiantitrr-- HtY (Military uiscr. T1IK th- - plal llicrTc fcAi Nonhead, and CZWouZfti STRENGTH, PURITY ICnlckcrbockcr" Watch. a 175 lion MU WX ft i rtai-tl- TO BltTltllMtNr PtZ- U- THE SOOTH'S MARVELOUS WEALTH Iu his address before the Farm-- , ers Institute of West Tennessn', A late number of Hnrper's at Jackson, in speaking of rail Weekly has au entertaining anil roads and trusts, Ool. Hobt. Onto-saiinstructive article on the growth of tho South. Every friend of "But I call your nttention to the that section will be interested in fact that the railroads are as much noting its great advance in manu- interested as tho people in the facturing. In field products she suppression of trusts. Whntevei has been rich enough for genera- limits production on one hand and on the other is a i tions. Now that an addition has cotiMimptiou interest of all cur tal blow at tho been made alone another line riors, and especially railroads there is no reason to doubt that They want all tho production po before another generation the sible and ail the consumption pns wealth and prosperity of this fa- slble, that tho volume of biiHiuexc vored part of the land will not be they do may steadily Increase, keeping pace with population and equaled by any other. story given enterprise. Tliero Have been In a It appears from tho that tho wages paid to factory year or more 75,000 traveling men thiowu nut of employment b. tin hands have increased from in 1880, to $300,000,000 in formation of trusts, thus entail1890. In 1880 tho railroad milage ing a direct annual loss upon the was only 20 000, while now it U tailroads of millions of dollars 50,000. Iu 1880 the Southern cot- No heavier blow could fall on tin ton mill consumed only 2'6i 000 railroad interest than tho furtln bales; this year the consumption triumph of trusts. Already tin will bo but little short of 1,500, evil influence is being felt, which 000 bales, At tho same time the for the time, however, is counter capital iu cotton mills has iucreas balanced by tho industrial uwak od from 22,000,000 to 6125,000,-00- oning throughout the country id the woild. This does not conceal ' Turning to tho great iron indus- the danger, though it puts off Ihe try, the gro.wth Is almost as mark- moro serious effects, and hence ed. Iu the two decades now thu railroads stand now with the drawing to u closo tho product people and against trusts ami ion of pig iron has increased from combines that limit labor, produc 100,000 tonu to 2,500,000 tons or lion and consumption." about one fifth of the entire outEx PosTMASi'Bii John II put of the country Tnoro is a capital oT 10,000,000 in the cot W0OLUM8, of Midway, who was a precinct at that place ton seed oil industry, against less clerk in than one fourth that amount tweu at the roceut election, has sued ty years ago. Taking all manufac- Postmaster II. P. Walts and 15 ir turing industries together, the uett Kills, oolorod, for $20,000 capital now invested Is at least damages fir charging him with $1,000,000,000 uguiust $257,000,000 selling out his party to the Demd: $70-000,000 1 g SZ,aSgr; Ct P Dress-Pi- n . AB " FLAVOR IZRZZ2B ut k M1p 'hick r rttwt Imii iIiumii (, l.;-ir.J M ttt I thr Rm-r- r at irw o. aut .n,r Vue IfVtli trf at. uuit " n' ( '"wl m) m U will Ktil 1 ('.ag-ai-l t'jo tlhur rinl Set. Al limrA .A wi mH Pf - " c. " Hon I nl,cd ,rte ' ,OT cent heads and a ,s 2- n ttamp. - Thrt- - 0tn tor lirada and n Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Twocxtntfne Cflf ll ru- - hand, kcril.irft, uti rtf-lit iil .n tin r r l.u'iftti ti .lit im if r ri,rliilif)h tl l 1 Art Picture, Lnstcr y f J7i 1 liithoM-tdnrKf- r ttamp. Neat ttnif C32IWWJ2C33 y jn TTrSKwy CX " r i K, I" 1 PP I " ' h liowni. mmof fine rolled with haiKliMimo nixl an cxctlltnt npiir - JfL colored nt cuR-pli- Sultahle for ' ' r 'I Kt or a u with iiltkliillcrra.- 1kW vCcA run men tal fStirc& i)t. tlj Mokil Mil fully V. purnpumciit (ninona IVCj- T?n Tinj( ml-- tM n lckcrbot ktr" TVy (i innu-m- i l kicir Sollil Vr w U lulifiil tin-I- A ct Greeting" (II ten fr lltm head cut fnm l.lixi A M I . . 1 fer awrapper and lntp. hi hlv Cut w. m 2nt r walch S3 Mtlith hcmt atIt. In di ! i. 1 : "J mP sM-- Sash-Be- lt i ra ;5 J and Buckle. -iTN. Ladies' Watch Chain. U ntlnUrvilwlthcolortlHon jhcadi fUlKtntUi.il lor 15 1 """ r,Mi. i&1lll,'lhK AiJonMeftnndof Uft Mlk rnnl unllorl and a (ram chlcM nit en tor IK Hon had l.lon Col Ice wrapper and a it. Hatttp. thtc A hun.tkrr- pair itf tlml - liitiitr, i!i i ii llicrltici dm . Pi rm ti lt.rf lauk(i i i iS r t toyai-h- k hh i s furtil-- t 'llMTOl Children' Picture Hook. Ik.hI und a 1 ai'l't ' m A yOtn wKril. I.OA.''3jii7J Malltd frte for 15 Hon litndf cut from LlonCit(cewrapptrand n ttamp. .f m i.t.-,iiiack SulMRro- grain ribtn.n u im ttylitti Imitation oxiiliii! iiver iuik(o; neat, itrong aixl leal if0 If I. IrU Watch. riallftllrcelnrQO linn hcod and a stamp. The relfliMtwri Inner-rol- gga Century th' (Utn fr IO Un ii tnmp. Inrirrnfit Itnl t Ml trm t ni.-i ( . lltll" Rlil tint tier wllltr I il-F-, 111 MM.-- In an laic IIim lit HI I.U I . .' i I. t lllui-i- i it y ! wfP v'IfiPlv'Nv If ' lr l l f AA J tr 1 I4ttfii For i foihiuiiaijie sisl5y!iscV ' s' -- JVA , l!H V wutrh ami l . 5tm-wntim- ti i i' . it"m-n-- t UurnliU-nlclce- )iluUil caw 1 irh natch iircomi'Uti of llii' r.mki--r surum nt r i' n ii t i ililfi n nt luniks i ii ff. t un ait ltlni(fijj f nr..l M.'ti ' , lat ' M.l t it IirMl 'in I rn ly f r In- - s Flower Picture. liit t enaraiiUf A rer Silver 1 Napkin-Rln- g. i ii ifMJ C t 2ent dampMaiji Su luUuiutiu. ahll UltLll 5 lion ll? ndt an,! n Mj mp afaS afe pi a led fattirns Twu a.iVrcnt llla,l. I Mil ..itr. S1? filur- - and fftJSst.i, irVr7.'. n'H " . Ladies' Ijirrt- - tlrp and liable turn ktir.-k. Cook-Hoo- k. 4i Pocket-Boo- 1 H-a-l ,mifli' Intent I. kSj ii JJ .A l -- ? P faWBlft Wr lr ff7l MfflMttfA 1RaBBBBfJfffs?v WMS 4CKNa BPKvPv "gttay I J&ZS&. Coin-i'urs- c. Rraln Uatlicr. with r)u Mtmrntu llvliloiif.liicludlni; tlinn' Illnrlc ll Tor 15 lion head and 2.cent ftnnip. (Vlor. Made of lark hmwn '"ip til leather; chain- anuiK. imuph;"'ran, with f tronit nufastening. Jlnp to hold vliltllif; I lion Lion wrapper Col lee and a 2c. ttamp. tutiikitwitfi card tci'ure MLi""r fc2rfT ft fk"V!rx.!r tf'tJ Af- -. Ti fllen lor 25 heads from U', If K WCSSfeaSiH ,f A ilu tooklin; tt trt iim 3 on ltii luLxir 'f tin' kitchen, d I ii l n v n)in.laiiinlr nek room and unmix for Hit- more atl cclpt 3f,S pOKPt of 5BIZT33-- 5 i '"- 1 alo - 'i iiL I th. Viiil. an it 1 'or ft lion lirndt in. rl, alt IV nutv v M7o and lii i I. rinir. l'ioill Lillifflfi xii mi iic llrit'lit ui M it 2c ttamp, - The Dancing Lc55on." i " ttamp. IKcn fur 15 Hon head and a 2 cent -- .r l winr rv"'rf. n If lr .. irf Pockct-Knif- e. "'i Table Cover. Vj5 Jl i 'Ma V BJ K7 JC tcrlul hiiiulir.oitcly decorated aud atsortt-- uiuH Tor 15 Uon hcadf cut from Lion Coffee wrupiKn and a ttamp. Ijircc t. cood ma- - 2. i U a &''!ailti7lHL''3 CtTE Jri m H jMi '3fc'(2mWj J frW'$&Mi$yfci akWtirV'.TJiffBw Dumblo, dark colored matcrl.il that will ftuud wuthlni; Boys' yrVLY l:i H Hm StM s " 'i i' .Iilr viiurp .. .. J J ml! rt-- 1 Jto J e MXffiE&S) --SMmmmsBrnm Tv. IMC? iiiunrt. tncludliiK tunc) frliiKtd hordcr Mailed 25 Hon licadt and a 2c. stamp. free for an liHTMa iinnfiB"TiiTr'BTTTTiffTiiiiii I Siliifhet huudlc For 12 lion hcadf and u 2c. itnmp. afiiMi a 11 """ TR auojD ,RO i in in Tho irripii trnM nnd trcct, thu llttlo I'TOwn klittu nud tht i?lrlt fiiow whlto drtMiurma plumltnr uiinMnntliilinf rotor. Hi?. inihci HnlUd free for o uon neoun ana n cent ttamp. t isji -- rTTnTnrnnniTrTriTTirTi rrrrinmr"anwiMWMi ONLY A VGW OP fliortlynuffjriri Ihh paper 4M pl880, ocrats, ft2atm 1 U!JK?mC w i ,., t Cnrrrn l.v llm vr.innp. U cr.ilcl front. It U f'Botla tloii'c head In Lii is ruaiiriiobjotutcly iipure If the package iiic uuy icacD inc ia,iurf I.IUrl bun IflW II n Tltn UCN COFPHH PRfiMIUMS. Another IU t will Don't mlt 4 It I The erandet t list ol prcmlumt ever olfered I gMPOKTAMT NOTBCE. IIV !. ?Pt Jl 'Pfii I1IU4IMIM )IV.fllMlll When wrltlnz for premium xend in the om. .n.inn. . nir packote with the Hon head. If nvre than f 5 lion head ore aent, jou can tave pmtaee by trimming down ine mirrfii. Ak jour b nicer lor large nuuifin nil lkllvT3 IU IIIO WQQISGN SPICE OO, Tofotio, O.vb. tVMi'ra't.i iwiwim f jj