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DEMOCRATIC mmwmmmmmmwwmiWwmwwmwfnwwfriWK 0' LOCAL NEWS. $, school today Dou't forget tho.Buzau.. Moot things como to thoso who hustle while they wait. $fci)r Take your Hides, Furs and Giuno J Shaw & Shaw. -- The golden rule, iw revised to date, jJDo others or tlmy'll do von," It -- The wife of D Flournoy died nt Paducah, Thursday A lodge of Knight of Pythias was org.iiii7.iid nt Fulton, lunt. week. Ladies' Rubbers, 25c at tho Cash Slioo Store. Hick & Naylor. Mrs. .Ino. Ford, of Fnlton. is visit. 1 tog her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. PROSPECTS Why Only Two Names are Mentioned, FOR 1900. s 'VT i-- u Notwithstanding there have been heavy advances' in almost every line of manufactured goods which we sell, our stocks of Dry (xoods, Clothing, Shoos, &c, are still complete, and all bought' before the advances, and we are still "selling them at old prices, many goods lower than last year. We invite an inspection. Un VC Hcrt-.wee- k. .Tno W. Cnwgill is sick with lypaoiu lever, but is reported as doing ft'""- II The. tL-- , If aklllLT HterM " n 1 to Imilll niim.....tn.. VUUJill-KUHU- l .. T?..1J. 11 III X 11111)11 I. llf.n- - r.l.iwl. uouso. till. lire Mr Kohins nti'l winter, of New Mnd- OIlC)it4 (if tllft Mlctoa l'.it-i- j n.ii.w. l su titk-iii- tho nail. boy would rather follow in tho of hi father than his mother, Ucat!o they aro larger. fooWeiN fA L P. i & W. S. ELLISON. provuil. Bnck'8 itho nlaoo that cut jthy jirice on solid gold and good Jewel- - itfe- - Houwty and trnthfalness will iniMii. s tj, no feont Z-- Sr 9h "VW, W' uuiuuuiiiiiuauuuuuauu.iiiauaaiuiaiUiuuiJUiuaii 3R,- - V ; REAL .MUTUAL AND HVSUilANClii AGENT. IM2NKFIT LI KB INSUKANOI3 UO., Unit ha already pld nut largcU over 1011,001) Life Insurance in Hickman mill vleini-l- . utiil i Issuing the (ilieitpeHt mill bent policy of hiiy regular Llle Insurance Company doing business In thin country, Ho solicits your piittoiiiiup. ("nil mid see him. It. T. Tll.MI, t im-h- rrrxEiTRj e THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL PAIGN OF CAM- Hpc'lul iillention given to tho Helling of iteal Kstitte of nil kind; niul rt'pn'Hfiit u rail lino of tho best ami most reliable Fire Itmnr-mir(iMiipnni'fi doing business in t hi Jatiito, it it il Unit ''Old Reliable" N n Prf.'l. c. . itoi.comu:, v. i'ri. IV ICKMAN :aKRIlMMel. lam. :M.MMfc- Paid Capital $50,000.00 hiihi'i.in imi hiiHi your EIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. B ANK io.on. - C. JOIISSOX, Hallibiirion, colorett, nnd of the Hiekman Colored High bo politic of the ifful pnlllicl purand Evelyn Buchntiuu, Into lieu lire no being forme nod lie candi-dal- e diunto of Flsk University, Nashville, llfcuil. The voter cf llie peo. vM: married, Wednesday uieht. by recorded hjr ballot l the approich-n- t tst Mitchell, of tho M. E. Ohnrcli. i'rrildentinl election wilt probably 'ilKlcouplefiUiud. liiKhJiitlio optima next deende Eerj elliien mui nnljf taikx the f real ijuenlloti- - lhl are lo come County Clerk Samuels issued a (he people Tliie oon be done oa)j license to B. L. Thomas uud newipn- ihroufh ibe meilluni of Hiuford, Tncsthiy. Tiio brido Ls a Now li ihe lime, therefore, for r. y rolrr lo culiecribe for the hfri and danphttr of Mr, Zuch Binfonl, ne.'ir On moil reliable nrpper obtninable. The Crutcliileld Mr tlio22d, A. L. Camp John Campbell, and bole bell, sou of ."ernl Wovklt Republic coer Ibe Alice Price, daughter of Mr Jack lichl of Kililiol newt. While it l Dtrau. crailo il piililifhea ihe new io regard lo Price, near Mt Moduli, obtained liall politlnd partitM trillion! prejudice. In cense to marry. Clinton Domoer.it. lrleirrphlo and cable newn service iii an ff0"Th ladies are respectfully invit Ita ed to inspect my stock of Christmas perlor lo llial of any nlber paper tact, it Goods before bnyiiig eiewhere. epeoial fealnrea are the beat. In rad-(TI 1900, 1 au equal number of victims. mens at the ilethodist Church Spoday tU Jl o'clock a. m., dud 7 p. m , by (ho rustor, Uov. J. II. Evaus. . number of young pooplo from FBlton, Union City, Woodland Mills, Nbw .Madrid, and other pointn, attend-tiie Thankciviup Ball ut tho new Ltchde. last night 6TDou't tliiuk of bnytntryonr Christ' mas GihhIi, niifil you see Berendes' big suck OjMjning next Mond.iv, Dec 4th jftjTlio Kplscopal ladiert are busy nink-llready for thuir auunal Bazaar, next ifrfany, Deo 8th; so wait to buy your Slptir.as presenls, and see their fancy hj.p uud uew supyetilioufl. -A -- Otiu po-- or ou time, tho other at liny time Trams and ftaupowder claim m ij irii'cliial kAwn, -- I'rof. I L wS Tiio. Baltimore Sou, discussing the fact' that In a nation of 70,000,-00It grows more evident as the time soqIh nnd 14,000,000 voter, passes oy tnat the prospects of Democratic in 1900 are particularly only two men are at all consider bright. success old isms aro stronger ttoaa The ed as likely to be nominated for thor were, in 1896 mr with the people of TTtltnl OaA hy the Dem w.u uuuiu oiuies. .murray meager. President, Mr. Bryan Whether ibe Democratic party ocruts, and Mr. McKinlej by (be is stronger now than In 1896, deRepublicans, has this to say: pends, ,m Alter discussing the qualities 1st. SotnetbiDg must occur to of these gentlemen to prove this cause that class of Democrats to be the case, It asks: 'How, who uow vote the tfepnblican tlok-e- t then, io the present) anomalous to halt and cease such action. condition oT affairs to be explain2d. The Democrats loat in 1896. ed! Is there such a dearth in both parties of suitable mate- and have regained but one State rial from which to choose presi since (Maryland), and Maryland dential candidates! in the Dem- was won by ignoring the free ocratic party, it asHerls, "the reign issue of the Obicago platform. of small men him succeeded to that of those who wore really The Democrats held Nebraska by great;" that "'through the tuachi an increased majority, but lost in nations of smaller men who as- the popular yote oi all the other pired to be its leaders, and especWestern 8tates. ially of the members of a senato3rd. On the Trust issue the derial cabal, it has been deprived of velopments since 1896 give. Ike the service of Its best and most capable men, including Mr. Oleve Democrats immense increaeedad-vantages- . luud himself, who has been practically driven out of public life and 4th. On (be Income Tax a ma hate no longer any weight in the jority of the American people arey councils of the party managers." Then, taking up the Eepublican with the Democrats if not frightpnrtj, It characterizes it in a way ened away by "war feeling" or the which must appeal to every thinking man inside that party and oat fear of a 60 oent dollar. 5th. If the Republicans luiist, ofit: While the Republican party at as they will, on (be National Ihe North, cau, under the circum-stance- Banks issuing all tbe paper money boast a much larger nnm-he- r ratber than tbe Government keep- of capable and experienced ing on with the good old "groen .''' public servants, it,, too, is sufferbacks." tbe Democrats will ing from the same malign influences which have driven the best beat them, just as certainand purest Democrats into retire- ly as Andrew Jackson did. ment. How else are we to exGth. Home Rule versus Impeplain the retirement of the greatrialism favors tbe Democrats. est nnd ablest Republioan of all Hon. Thos. B. Reed -f- rom bis Tbe Democracy is historically and high position as Speaker if the traditionally an expansion party, House of Representatives to a uui uot a party to favor eoaqiMt 0 - Examine Yetiraeir Willi, out Prejudice. sil-vf- cr s, alti-matel- y be-fo- ir mar-riaK'- o jjri-a- t Oer-trud- o -- Mi-i- s t KolicitH to our Customers; Consistent with Hutnbllshed Hiinkini; Prfiic.lpleH. We ofTor (he most Liberal Accoiiimodiitiont- imiiim:i 1'itoi'iiH .1 1LT.TYLKK. ( A. HOLCO.MUK. .1. NAYLOR, W. II. HALTZEH .1. W. COWOlhli, W. L. MaOUTUIIKS. M. l SHAW. DIKSOTOK.S Mr. Jorgcnhausser Heuatfi1 liis mlverticsenieuts huciii to Capt. Folder, familiarly known as 'Wlialo Oil Cins," arrived in the city Monday, en route down the river. Ho visited tho evening and lulrtloin alone are worth ihe ruhKcrip-lio- n entertained College in tho with a short tho children r i ia made up of special price liclea be Ihe Ik'I literary talenl. euibrac. lecture rooitiiii; some of his thrilling nc a variety of current tuhjreti of in- adventures in the Arctic ocean in search terest New fraluieaof ab.orblnc iu of whale. The Captain jjavo a public '."F0 " tl10 strm l0,lll: Mal tereai are illuMr.Hed and enlarced uK)ti. the benefii of the ladle, the laieMtanh.'hlbititiB a harpooii and other linplonw nsiii uy wniwura in uieir .uiBer- long are band.omelv llluatrated The He nuhtln liiiiiil.r Mft..tlnl iIwhti Inter OUS WOrk rating to etery member ol the lainily Don't be fmiletl. Just think The iiitxcrlpiion prlre of the Hemi- - Buck will sell you a Watch or Oloclc, in Weekly Hepubllo is 00 per year. The fact anything in the Jewelry liuo cheapKepublio Sundny .Majraiine la $1 J5 per er than any one here as the entiro stock year Iioth pnpera are now hrinR ollered coat about Gflc on the dollar. at the tery low pri e of $1.50 a year. To Prof Merwm lectured at ity Hall, oecu re thin low rale boih in net be ordered Wednesday uiirht, on "Shakwpeuro's and paid for at the aaine lime, AddrtM all orilo- - lo TI1K KKl'UDl.IC, Kstiinate of Women. " before a small audience Tiio Professor is a polite, edi Louie, Mo. ucated, scholarly old gentleman, and his interpretation of Shakespeare's char acters appear to bo well conceived and I r ! 1 li the pper for thai Urge cla of who cannot nilbrd or do not bate ar i lo the dally paper. At trillion Is aleo called lo ihe Ilrptib llo'a Sundav Maitaxine Ittt ball tune il H ClIAS. Ct. SCHLKNKEIt. , Cash Book Store. in the locul papers Used lo Worry, 31 ft $ didn't Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, attract attention didn't draw a crowd to his store mid help him to .sell goods. lecture richly attractive and pleasing to the average audience. Tho Tree Barber Shot) is tho place to get your shauug, haircutting aud phanipooing doue. Prompt service and courteous treatment. A. L HOCKING, Prop'r- - closely studied', but his vociferous declamation anil violent gesticulations are not in biich harmony with tiio conception and higher thoughts as to malco his its statesmen, but such political tricksters and charlatans as Boss iluunn, Boss Piatt audBoss Quay? It was Manna who discovered Mc Kin ley and boosted him on the political maiket and made the necessory "arrangements" for bis nomination at St. Louis. These are the Influences which vhiive shnped and controlled AdminiHtration and ore controlling it now. Take McEtn-leout of the rnce nnd would the most ignorant Republican (leaving out, of course the million or so of colored voters) uucept Hanna or Piatt r Quay as the Presidential candidate of their pHrtyT Yet, these men are greater than the President, since they are tbe pow er behind the throne, whose will the President obeys and nominating conventions execute. It is ensy to see, therefore, why the Republican party lins no other McKinley suits the candidate. all powerful bowses, without whoBe support no candidate could secure a nomination. Certainly there never has before been n time in tho history of the government when but two meu were deemed worthy to bold the ofllce of President. y Is it not notorious that tho men who nontrol tiio destines of the fully oppose a war in progress UepuhlicMi party today are not than oould tbe Whigs oppose the Democratic war with Mexico. 7th. The Republican party is a minority party in tbe United States, and whenever all opposed to them can be uuited at tbe polls tbey are defeated. But tbe trouble is, tfforts to unite tbia opposition may make confusion worse confounded. tlil ' ft Time Limit Up. When Congress meets, the let Monday in December, tbe authority to govern In the new territories, Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii and the Philippines, passes from tbe President lo Congress. Tbe Presideut has been governing by the Military, in fact he has power to govern no other way in the absence of Congress. The people of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii and tbe Philippines, are anxious to dubs from Martial law to Civil government. How is this to be donef Shall tbey be r Philippine War Ending. The news indicates very clearly that the war in tho Philippines is approaching the end, if it is not already prautically ended. The Americans Imye steadily pushed our armies until nil important points aro occupied, nnd whilst there has been no whero any fighting that could bo designutod as a great battle, there has boeu some lighting, the Filipinos always and falling book. The Filipino armies have been scattered, and there is no considerable forcu aiLVWhero. The bulk of thuir army hnve laid down their guns but thero aro vet many guercausing annoy rilla companies unco and trouble. Flow long this guerrilla war cau be continued cannot bo told. persons indebted to Sanders & Beeves by note or otherwise as tho paper conies duo. aro respectfully requested to camo aud settle tho same with E. E. REEVES & CO, Sept. 27. All NOW HE DON'T WORRY Why? Heoaiine he Iiuh &c I found that ho can yet fifty first-rat- e Call and see our Stock. Kvery chock full ol HUnehtious, tho best that arc appearing in his line in mnvapupess the country over for thing up to date. a dollar and that with their help it is mere play to arrange ads which fill the hill to a "T." You can do the MaKY liKKK.SDKS & C. All lines. Send n dollar to suinc. lids, -- Oilleialsof the Nashville, Chattahave sent out notices that here.itter they will award their track foremen prizes every six months. These prizes will be in money, tho lirst being fJJo ami tho second 15 As all of tho road foremen aro included, there will be some lively competition for the prizes. On a number of trunk lines this system has been nooga & St. Louis Hailroad in ntii fnr n Inmr tiimi. nml iiwnnr:ll'i-- i tho men in keeping their sections of track up to a high staudard of excel- icucy. accorded independent Governments, electing their own rulers and iepresentatives, as other States of tbe American Union; or shall they have Civil Governors appointed by tbe President; or shall they have independent Governments of their own choosing! These are questions that tbe Congress must decide. Formally Opened on November 28. ! i AD SUPPLY BUREAU, fi 6. & Bartlett (SiK0"or lo Win. Dieatellirink ) IN OKAI-- Wall Papi'i 'luii Dfvmidiirp St., Room 2-- BOSTON, MASS. Wall Paper and Border for medium sized room, $1.00. Wo aro making special prices in order to reduce stock. Wilson's Book Stoiik IMNNKU Kentucky's school of reform for juvenile criminals will be formally opened November 28, wbeu sixty-fivyoung oonviots will be removed from Frankfort into tho building uow being constructed. Tbe manual training building and e Dll. S. K. DAVIDSON XOXX"tiS"t, fl uowgnrs H. tf REMXEY, Attorney-at-Law.? Fancy 'Jrocerios and Provisions, UICKMAN, Telephone KENTUCKY. Store No. 94; KItKU DKLIVEKY. PARTY. Ill OK MAN, Oftloe over Uowgill fl K10NTUOKY Ofllco upatalrH. Holoombo Build- lntf. KEwrTTmrv" HICKMAN, -- ! m W VMM! ... n ' Will practice m till Uourts of tho Stuto. Misses Kstella and May llelley were tho guests of lienor at a charming din- Iner party given last rriday by .mks T 1...I.. TI a. ...It llf()tll mi .1. .1 .H.tllf llllllll IlUUrt.lYl-l- ill lt... jrtlllll.-- J s ero as Moultou Street. Covers , IH-- l ) 411fl.ll-M- l fol-low- : Drug Btorp, jdence, sso, ml, l Misses Estella ami May lletluy, Xs'et- -vSKie BecVman, Uuby liuruett, iiaumiiitpia, riatiio ivisin7Wkrown, aiayneue Ida aud Anuiobchup- r, Mabol Heves, A oh uud Dotlio Davidson, aaaaV Notice. the big powerhouse are already completed, and tbe building for tbe girls Ih nearing completion. No girls will be brought before spring, as it will probably take all winter to complete their building. The tardiness of the contractors bus given tbe managers of tbe institution a great deal of trouble. Thero are to be several other large buildings for which no appropriation has yet been made by tbe general assembly A. Sgggggywi?wiMg Ttt .h The Hickman Courier TWO SERVICES. OEOUQK THE of-W- ar THIRD TES1 ' iUBAN UPRISING Certain Men Are Nursing Progrninmci Hostile to Hit' Administration. Many American! WIRELESS TELEGRAPH. Telegraphing Without tlrei rhroiich suite of Seven lloomi Willi All the llnora Clotetl. Riaeeeeeeeev l WA1MEN, Publisher. Transferring Ceal rront a Collier ' Vt Idlest Sea a Man. It Perfectly rUllafnctory. rt Stick to -- It." WCKMAN. , : KENTUCKY Clay of tho I.nto Vice President Ho-ba- Consigned to Mother Kurtli. CURRENT A TOPICS. 10,000 Hot. Dr. Single, Manila cigar company has l'attor of the Chnrch of i otnnloves. the Itedeemrr, pho- Nkqho oyster shuckcrs linvo organized. Wombs nre not permitted tographed In China. lti'CKiNOitAM.siitut:, at Norfolk to be ueral sermon Cellar Lawn Cemetery. teller Short I Interment In England, reports a plague of frogs. The second city of the British cmpl In size is Calcutta. Thk Gorman army includes more than 10,000 military musicians. Frogs and toads are gifted with a remarkably acute sense of hearing. Ge.v. LAWroN. in a recent interview, declared himself a total abstainer. Tun copper mines of upper Michigan nre now giving employment to lll,o51 men. Chicago has the smallest hoc led in debtedncss of any large city in thia country. II Kim Knurr, the gunmakor, as tho largest income of any manufacturer in 1 Kurope. The asscsscfc valuation of property in South Carolina has increased 53,000,-00over lust year. Thk first Hebrew congregation it tho Hawaiian islands has just been formed at Honolulu. Is all the capitals of Europe, except London, some theaters are kept up by government support. Thk Baroness lllrsch has given about 690,000,000 toward charity sinco the death of her husband. Is Dublin a fine system of electric trams makes it easy for any one to get about from place to place. Gkhmaxy now has an air ship that will lift ten tons and remain in the air for several days if required. The University of Pennsylvania is about to confer the degree of LL. D. on President Diaz of Mexico. A. Pope, who made himself a millionaire out of manufacturing bicycles, never learned to ride a wheel. The whole of the trade in cheap hov lery in Cuba Is in the hands of the German and Catalan manufacturers. Eveht boy in Germany, from th crown prince to the meanest subject, is obliged to learn some useful trado. Washington firemen aro provided with portable telephones which may box. be connected with any A natural soap mine and paint mine are two of the latest curiosities which have been discovered in British . fire-alarm a foothold in the Asiatic markets. It is rapidly transplanting the German ptoduct in Japan. investigation has shown that more than half the families of Stuttgart have only one or two rooms A nr.cENT Columbia. AvziticAN condensed milk is gaining prison at Canandalgua, N. Y., by encoring through a holo seven and a half inches square. The marriage of Miss Cecil Miles, daughter of the general of the array and Mrs. Miles, to Col Jtiber, U. S. A., will occur in January. Bottles of perfume, still fresh, jars of pomade that had not lost its fragrance, have been recovered from and Pompeii. Thkiik are altogether 334 parks well stocked with deer in the different counties of England, and red deer aro found in about thirty-onISai.timoke is said to contain the largest Negro population of any city in the world. Tho coming census is expected to show at least 125, 000. Cheap chemical dyes threaten to ruin the great indigo industry of India, where hundreds of thousands of families hare found employment. A specialist on car diseases has made tho announcement that half the deafness prevalent at the present time can be traced to the practice of boxing the ears of children. All the emery used in the world comes from the little island of Nnxos, near Greece. As it is one of the hardest substances known, ordinary quarrying tools can not be used to cut it out. The military household of the czar is composed of 08 ofllcers of various ranks, 82 of whom belong to the army and 15 to the navy. Nineteen members of ttic royal family arc included in the list. Natural gas conveyed in bamboo tubes was utilized in China years ago, and one of their writers mentions boxes which repeated tho sounds of persons' voices that were dead a machine stm.lar to the phonograph. I'Ai'Kit shingles have been introduced into Japan by an enterprising Toyo firm as substitutes for the wooden nrtl-clThe new idea is a slab of thick-taed pasteboard, more easily managed than ordinary shingles and costing only half as much. Andtuku blue grotto, like that on tho island of Capri, has been discovered on tho shot c of the promontory of Skinafi on the Ionian Island Z.inte. The entrance is from the ecu and is larger than in the Capri grotto, but the interior is smaller. Fishing boats can make their way in when tho water is calm. The mounted police of Cape Colony are picked men, used to fighting and proud of the high reputation cf their corps. The force consists of 2,000 enlisted men and 03 ofllcers. The most curious place in ttio world U the Alhumbra, in Spain It was originally a fortress, so great, in extent as to be capable of holding 10,000 men. It was begun in H8 and finished in tn e. I5e-ba- r, weli.-kxow.- v o n 1814. Indiana loses 83,000,000 in its valuation through n law made by the last session of the legislature, which permits the deduction of mortgage i, up to 9100, from the tax dupli- cates, The family and physicians were, at Mf. llobart's bedside when he expired. The vice presldrut had b'cen failing since late Monday afternoon, although the reports giver out lit tho house were that ho was holding his own. At midnight he became unconscious and at 7 o'clock Tuesday morning ho had nn attuck of angina pectoris, from which he never rallied. Patkhso.v, N. J., Nov. 20. Tho clay of the late Vice President Hoburt v.ns consigned to mother earth Saturday. Tho services at the house were brief simple. It was held in and which was banked the library, with flowers sent by friends of tho Mrs. Hob.ii t, dead vico president. with her son. Garret A. Hobart, jr., sat near tho head of the casket, while near her wcro grouped tho president and his cabinet, judges of the supreme court, the honorary pallbearers and tho immediate friends of the family and the family servants. The Kev. David D. Magle offered tho prayer and read a passage of Scripture. The president, cabinet and supremo court judges, and those present took a last look at the face of the dead, the casket was closed and all that was mortal of Vice President Hobart was carried out to the hearse by members of the senate polioe. The public funeral cererooniet.which preceded the interment in Cedar Lawa cemetery, took place in the Church of the Redeemer. The services at the church were of entirely a religious nature, no military or fraternal body taking part. President McKinley and all the members of his cabinet occupied the front pews on the right side of the aisle. Opposite and filling a large part of the church were ranged the scores of members of congress, some of whom had journeyed many hundreds of miles In order to pay their respect to the memory of Mr. Hobart. The choir of the Church of tho of which Mr. nobart was a g member, sung "Lead, Kindly Light," and tho Kev. Dr. Magte. pastor of the church, read scripture selections appropriate to the occasion. Another hymn was sung by the choir and then the He v. Dr. Magie delivered a short funeral sermon, in which he did honor to "the power, the grandeur, the sublimity and the sweetness of the noble life" of ihu dead vice president. At the close of the services the sergcant-at-arm- s of t io senate escorted tho president, the members of the cabinet nnd the justices of the supreme court out of tho church. Tho senators and representatives followed. Many spectators gathered about the cotlin before it was closed to be removed to its last resting place beside the grave of Miss Hobart in Cedar Lawn cemetary. Wabiunoton, Nov. 2fl Ofilcial Washington is in mourning Saturday for the dead vice president. Business in all the executivo branches of the government is suspended and the departNearly all of ments are closed. officials of the prominent the government have gone to Paters m to attend the funeral of Vice President Hobart, and flags throughAs nu out the city are at half staff. evidence of the popularity of the late vice president, hundreds of tirlvate resMrs Hubert Ar eaied. idences Saturday displayed mourning Boston, Nov. 2S. Mr. Hubert, in emblems. whose house In east Boston couuter-fc- it Canadian bills were found and afe Wracked by Dynamite. Bi.UFr CiTr, Kan., Nor. 27. Robber who is the mother of tne woman who Saturday night touched off a quantity went with William Davis to Guthr.e, It is uulrr-stoo- d of dynamite that wrecked the safe and Ok., has been arrested. that she will be taken before me the front end of the state bank here and escaped with SI. 000 in gold, besides United Mates commissioner and ' rid some silver and bills. This is the as a witness. eighth Kansas bank to be robbed by I'luulns Mill lle.trored. safe crackers within three weeks. Tne Chicago, Nov. 28. A lire which safe of tho state bank of Clearwater, y tho iiu.lding occuKan., was blown open Friday night pied by Philip ltinn &. Co.'s pun ng and 200 in cash and a number of mill. Division and Crosby streets, Monnotes taken. day night, threatened the two big in tanks of the People's (Jas Light it Coke flood In the Trinity Itirrr. T'oIIT WoltTH. Tix.. Nov. 27. The Co., and for hours kept hnndrciW of rapid rise in tho Trinity river has as- residents in fear of their lives and Much property. sumed serious proportions. damage to property and cattlo has fight With .MiMMi.lilnrr. been reported and Sunday night word Ahdmohk, I. T., Nov. somes from the country immediately ofllcors here have been notified of a north of Fort Worth that several fami- - fight near Colbert between ofllcers u:,. lies arc hemmed in by tho high waters der Deputy United States Marshal 1),. with little hope for Immediate rescue. vis and u band of moonshiners, one i The river stands SO feet and is steadily the latter being killed. The risiug. are bald to oe surrounded. N Death of Mri. Henrietta 11. Jlcl or ml dr. et Chicago, Nov. 27. Mrs. Henrietta Boston, Nov. 28. George N. Hamilton McCormick, a pioneer resiu salesman, Monday filed a pcti. dent of Chicago, and the wife of Le tlon in bankruptcy. Liabilities i7. ander J. McCormick, one of tho found- 405.72, principally duo to New Yoric ers of tho McCormick reaper works, and Chicago clothing concerns. N0 died Sunday night She was k victim assets. ot ccrbral apoplexy at the advanced Clrn. Slllee Ceturns to viashlnc on. age of 77 years. Washi.noton, Nov. U& Mnj. Gei 'I he first Trul i. Miles, commanding the army, has rl (jhanuiiai, Nor. 27. Tho flrr.t train turned to Washington after a tour through from Ta Lien Wan on tha inspection, which included I lie fortl New Chwang fc Munkdun railway lef cations on tho PaclUc coast and t'l on Frid" for Port Arthur. 'Gulf .if Mexico. day. Ger-neycone-shape- Patfuson, N. J., Nov. 22. Vice President Iloburt died nt 8:!50 a. in. Tues- life-lon- New Yoiik, Nov. 28. As a rcsn three iiays' trial of "coniintr swp while towing ut sea, just completed by tho United battle ship Massachusetts and the collier Marcellus, it may soon be possible for any war ship to receive coal by thu overhead wire system at tho average rate of 20 tons an hour. The vessels named returned to port Monday night and anchored off Tompklnsville, S. 1., after having been away for a week, threo days of which were spent at se.t giving the Miller conveyor a thorough trial under varied conditions. At tho conclusion of Monday's trial, the third of the series when 120 bags of coal, each weighing 4l pounds had been transported In 00 minutes without accident, J8 of them being delivered in U minutesthe trial board announced that the test was ended and that they wero satisfied with tho result. The trial board assigned by tho navy department to witness and report on the experiments from the deck, of tho collier Mnrccllus was composed of Commander A. 11 M. Llllle, in command of the Marcellus; Lieut. Commnnder W. 1). Rose and Lieut. John B. Hcrnurdo. The latter ship and collier left tho city last Tuesday. They made anchor in Sandy Hook bay on Wednesday night, proceeding to sea at 8 o'clock the uet morning. A pair of wooden shears about SO feet high had been erected on the after deck of the Massachusetts. At the top of these n.is fastened a largo iron block, over the sheave of which the wiro cablo traveled that was to bring tho bags of coal across to the war ship. At the 's east end of the entrance to channel, and at about four miles from the Sandy. Hook lightship a Itoat was lowered front t io battle ship and a towing hawser quickBy means of a ly run to the collier. smaller line a sea anchor cable was sent over to the Massachusetts and made fast, its end having first been passed through the top of the carrier a flat iron block having three sheaves, one above the other through which the conveying cables run. This first cable passed through sheave! at the foremast and mainmast headilof the collier, tho wire then leadlajfto canvas the water where a bag towing astern, keeps thel'no taut and helps to support the carr.ur J and its load. A specially contrived Ltdgenvcod engine, having two winding drunk, Is located close to and ubaft the foremast on the collier. A steel Inch eilo leads from onu down to tho furd Jsst head, over a sheare, across the block on the war ship's shears, thence back to the collier's mast, and down to the rear drum. This engine gives a reciprocating motion to the conveying rope, paying out one part under tension. The bags of coal arc first hoisted from the collier's deck to the masthead upon an iron cage or elevator. The letter U inverted represents the iron bale with hooks at its end, to which the bags are suspended, on two short rods that project from the top of the elevator. The carrier is fitted with a long pointed hook pivoted at its bottom. This hook, driven under tho iron bale, engages it, the e.entor drops and the carrier starts at n speed of 1,200 feet a minute for tho war s ip. When it reaches that end of the route, a rubber buffer on the block MriKcsa latch, which releases the hook and the bars, with their iron halo drop down the canvas chutn to the decks of 'he war ship, where tho jackles so inner away with it on trucks to the bunkers. Three hundred feet is the distance maintained between ships during iho operution. The test was a success from the start. S'!s llelleva That If Home Definite Aaanrauce la .Nut Olvon llr.' Banting t nlian Independence 1 rouble Will Follow. Havana, Nov. 2S. It is reported 1,000 Cuban insurgents have taken to tho woods n tho province of Pituir Del Rio, and nre preparing to fight foi Cuban independence, which they believe is in jeopardy. The report caused great excitement here. An uprising against the Americans is said to lie planned for Thanksgiving day. The Aiwrlt'iin iMitliorlties litive their eyes open, and are keeping in closu touch with the situation. The autl'Ameru'aiii feeling in Cuba is due to the feeling that the Island is to be bu'ncocd out of independence. The accusation has been made thnt the census of the island will bu taken with tho ulterior design of representing that the native Cubans wore, in tho minority, and that the desiro for annexation was widespread. Havana, Nov. 2a. Nothing Is known nt headquarters in tins division or in Gen. Lee's to justify the report, published in thu United States and cabled back here, that 1,000 armed Cuban insurgents have taken to the woods in the province of Plnar del Rio and that a general uprising against tile Americans hat been planned for Thanksgiving day. Indeed tho story is absolutely dUcrediud by the American authorities, who say it is lmpovslblc that anything of the kind should have happened or should be in prospect without knowledge of It coming to some army post. Rumors of a more or lest alarmist character iiave for some time been pleutiful around Havana. It is said, for instance, that this general or that is about to take to the woods, and It Is apparently true that certain men arc nursing programmes honlllc to thu But tho American administration. spread of the campaign of education is doing a great deal to offset tha Influence of such people, and in any event no trottb.e whatever l likely to occur until after congress meets. It is a t.ict however that many Americans here believe that if nothing is done to vard giving the Cubans some definite assurtucu if not a precise uate, regarding the independence of thi island Hurt- - will be a rUlii'.' of some sort, although opinion differ widely with regard to what it will amount to. Some believe that tho malcontents will be practically easily controlled by u few troops. Others ho.d that the rising would ie formidable nnd will call for a largo ban-tllt- Chicaoo, Nov. 28. Prof. W. S. Johnson and a L. Kortler, of Milwaukee. Monday made a successful tost in thi city of tho wireless telegraph. Tiiey without succeeded In telegraphing through n sulto of seven rooms wire with all doors closed and through seven walls. Another test was iiisule when ihu signals were convoyed through fire proof viuilts and an ordinary telegraph switch bourd, lu which IK) wlrei were connected up and about 10 dead wires were located. Notwithstanding the fact that this switchboard contained live wires, the current pissul through all the vault and through th.i hoard. Tnls is one of tho most severe tests that has ever been given wireless telegraphy. A third test was made In which the sending instrument was placed Inskit of one of tho steel vaults, slid both doors wro closed and the combination look turned. The signals were then transmitted clearly from the Inside of the vttiiit to nn adjoining room. The professor claims that his Invention is materially different from that of Marconi and that Instruments can be constructed to be curried on horse-- i uck and be ready for oporatlon w 1th-Ia few moments after they havo reached their destiuutiou. The lending instrument used Monday was Intended only for short distances. The receiving Instrument, however, was complete and ready for use at any distance. n If you Art sick And discouraged nuli Imrurc Hood, cM.rrh or rhtum.xtlsm, lAe Hood's SArsApArilU fAithfully And persistently, And you ivilt soon A.it'e .t T7tte tt...f-fr- f .,mj ue rrr.. lUruw- - sAnds of others nd it tvill do the SAme I ! for you. FAttfi fully Ukcn, M00f6 SahSafrwuffaX OZARK AGRICULTURE, lion I'nrinrra I'rnclloe llnlnllo" ol Crop I" Thill ITollllo lleulim. Oxsrk humor shpriTislfs tlir story that a Mieiiiisl ws mute aiiwswlUiP other day Isrmer. after Killing a net t oUmtmiik turned up t the plow . strange ihq of desii nVr ih trie furrow Iwfure lie went . , . Issi'k to lhe Imw Why do ou da that, my towl mnT nU 'l The esrih f( iHfnniisUoH. 4ow I (will coyer tho do tlwl mi the round nke on the next erielitntt was 11111 in) stiStem that the fled. Ihe farmer continued. "f eoycr the Hhe eo that they will call it. lii I it! That hi what yes," raid the Kiiitit, with a mine in- - the hiriwr JimkeVI euriwisly atrw,"y ,n t p w awl, hiim : replied asked. t. )u fierlum "Well," continued thr fannrr, ''11111 de. .f sminal nwiltfr fHijJ' nouru.hi.ttnt for the pUnt life. I heliryer sJ the neicntUt. "Ym," again corn RTtijv, will iims "Then won't thty!" triumphantly asked the fsrmrr coinxitkm "Ami wtmky will msle inore auskft, won't it. muter. Out l wht we call in the sRncullure cf KiU nuion. St lout (Hobo Democrat. "Ye, ilt .... wtcntnt. of the Attest cittft of our syeit there htrs s rerUin nun alio haa Uceitc prominent all hu life in the work of build-Iniand manasine theatrra. lie hat oven too luy t ttui to have much time for When hu pile mm made hn readme. started for Kuropf and nailed the varumi perts stale that the finest deposit of rountrtci. Anion other rltiea lir took in It chanced that he drove out in magnetic ore in the southern atates Borne ahowu the CoJUcnm. exists, lu that county. It is understood, the country aud sti was a theater. The The futdc told htm It Wheo he ama the companies will build a railroad old man was urprled he men at once. The Norfolk A. Western, from hark heRome atkrd about hit tnp; atktd if .Saturaily he tioned Chestnut Yards, Vs., may bo extended, he had tern the C'ohirutn He had. H though It is Intimated that by agree- didn't think much of it To iiuote his own. once, a blamed s'.hI "It ment both the Southern and Norfolk worrla, lu wa now "Detroit liouteVreu. Free but ll'a ruint A. Western may figure In It and that the Slallallral Aid. outhern rosd tn.iy be extended from "Blllyl there are more than 8,000 womea l.kesbarre to Bristol. farmer in the I'nitrd Stalea " I'm "la that so rn.lrior .tcaln.l tha Sultan Arretted, wife get s hen, Well. cow, coin? to make my and take rare of or s -- A numCo.ta.s.tixuI'I.k, Nov. 21 Journal III one lliimriiie Southern Mineral Land Daal. Nov. 21 Ten thousand acres of magnetic Iron ore land l:i Ashe county, N. C, have been leased by the Pennsylvania Steel Co. and the Cambria Steel Co. of this city. Ex- Philadelphia. lie lllory Uonr, d j 3-- 4 American force. W Far-iiiuir- .North Allan! c Nov. AMllMUo.V. the U4lriu 2H. Rr. Adm. enmin.uidant of thu North Atlantic hquadrou, had a talk with ticcrtftary Long Monday concerning a winter's cruise of the squadron to West Indian waters. The admiral favored such a cruise, pointing out that ttio plan had ecu Inaugurated two years Mr. Long apago with yood proved the plan and arrangements were made for the issuance of formal orders later. No tune has b'cn fixed lor the start to the West Indies, but it probab.y will be made early in tho new yo r. Ju.lc - M. llriMike M adnc1'k.sm.coi.a. Fla., Nov. 38. -- The fain-- I y and friends of Judge L. M. Brooks of this chy, nre very uneasy a. out his unexplained absence from home. Ho went to Alabama two weeks ago ex-- j pectlng to return In three days. Foul play Is feared. Judge llrooKS is uno of the incorporators of an industrial insurance company in Pctisacola. h is thought he haa considerable money in his possession, collected during his visit to Alabama. , . - I'rlvaie rereiarj Matnn Kealcna. Wasiii.noto.v, Nov. Vic or L. Mason, private sicrctary to Secretary Root, has resigned to engage In business with Gen. Russell A. Aiger. Mr. Mason served Secretary Alger in tho -28.--M- four-stor- 28.-Fei- l.Tal moou-shine- rs Town-sen- d, ; capacity of private secrotary with sigAlnjr limit the lllhln In I'llUllc , uo.ila. 4' s nal ability throughout his entire term, Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 28. Suite Suand when Gen. Alger resumed prlvato Monday decided life ho arranged that Mr. Mason should perintendent Jncksoti that the ule may he road in the pito-lireturn to his employ after serving with beschools. Thu Via the Santa I'c Route. Secretary Root until tho latter had fore h m in a casematter was i.iul from i.ngu county, Three imiea a week from Chicago otherwise provided himself. where one family in n district wanted and Koiiatut) . inlill rcldrutallr Killed. the teacher unjoined from using the Twice s week from M. I'aul and lien. MinncpulU, Git AM) Rai'Ius, Mich., Nov. 28. Gen. ' book, although all others favored It. Oiu".i week finiu 81. Until ami Israel C. Smith, of this city, aged U0 The ,V .r Arn .1 I ri. Huston years, was instantly killed by the acciIn improved Washington, Nov. 28. The Newark, I'lillitinti tourist slechiK cats, dental discitnrgc of his gif.i while out Capt. McCallo, has won tho rao to Hetter tlinti ricr twfore, t loweat hunting Monday. Ho was n native of Manila, a cablegram lusslhlc ratea, received at tho this city, where he enlisted lu 1S01 as 1Ui rlciueil excursion cnmluctors. navy department Monday announcing a private in tho lid Michigan infantry, Alsod.il'y servlcu Ixtwrcu Chlroco her arrival thcru on Saturday. The and Call for n Li and returned with the rank of brevet CorieiKjutleiae solicited. brigadier general, having made one of Brooklyn is now hastening from Aden T. A. GRADY. to Colombo, closely followed by tho UsnaRtrCallfornU Tourlil Ptrolre, the most brilliant revoriU in tho civil New The. Atchison, foprla & Santa le HnlUay, Orleans, which has beon steadily a.-V) Adams Street, CIIICACU, gaining on her bigger competitor. fc ?. '.. f itm Ilrran Mill Whiter In Tezus and California, Aiurder on the lu.cn truck. !r Wllllsnw'liullaiilMIn Linco;.n, Nob., Nov. 2a Col. W. J. Fha.ncisco, Nov. 28. Dan Hayes San outliienl will cure HUnrl, !! eeiuuir aim Bryan has decided to spend tho winter unit Scrip Chapman, Negroes, employllctilini IMlri ., It alMOrha thu tutuera, allan thu Itch. In Texas and California seeking rest, ed nt the Inglesido race track, quarrelInu al nuns acta aa a ho. feels the need, after the ed Monday. ioulilro,Klre liiatant roof which Hayes drow a pistol but ller I'r.uiiirMa f.ip i.iIum xhaustini? camnaiirn ho mude in his Chapman commenced firing before slid Iti hlintufiliuprlrato t .......l..u ... .. . lv.. . ....e--- ". to the late Hayes could take aim and the latter m.M r....; irVA,vw" : linrl. awn and other states prior Bitv ?"" iwuttiArfiii rui Wi I'ropa., CLSVIUlND, OlIIO elections. was killed. Top Snap j FISH TACKLE tiermanr to Get Tiger Hay, Complete I rCrtUM KUI'Mliitaa Two Itltmia of KalrUnd Head. Uoul.le I hU ffl4a fsf M. IlERM.v, Nov. 28. It is reiterated SiiEi.nvvit.i.K. Ind., Nov. 23. Prof. iPCAELLsatMENTCO. agree lero that the im..llllHHT. Wlllnrd Fields and Sylvester Hklllinan, ment hits secret clauses referring to both prominent rotldunts of Fuirlnml, i"s"'UIY elves ljuth Africa, which will eventually aro 1 eT 1 dead, aged US and 52 years respecSJ I quick rellrramlrureaworrt eaa. liouk of tentlmonli.il ami III Ja,' traalmens t Tiger bay to Germany. tively. frt it it. untci 9 bv.s, n.l I.) Ali'lil u -- ber of arrests of Mussulmans bass The Cnrnfrd P!illoiiiher. Won made, including a genera, of ill"There l only one man le rrtpeeted than s' s.on anil several important officials, the man who won't pa) hia bii'i," ald tho that is c. urged with being engaged In a plot Cornfrd Philoaxphrr. "and Journal. the man ' Indianapolis to assass.nate the sultan with dynamite who can't bomb on the occasion of the helaniilk lima to wis. rmtiiAM so, ijv? I'r.ilsy. Four bombs have been seized. "Inm so grateful to you for sshaL Tnv accused, who have been rilled to Lydla ;. rinkham s Vogotnbla Cone-- , Y huve already been i to their jHiuud hasilona for ino that I feci (U p. nee of tiiipritoiit"ut. The MussuJ. though I must mans of Mamboul are greatly exalted. toll hlKHlt It. A Vigorous measures havo bcn taken to Woman j ear ugo I won preserve order, Would Suro-l- y tnkeii wry sick. i Doctors could t!o Try he lleaalau mono good only UiAwroitnsviu.r., Ind., Nov. 81 to deaden tho Thr HftsUn lly has made its anpear- - Ifiodialna pain which I a nee in the wheat of Indiana and aj hud nlnntst conThoy Only faiuirc even more pronounced than j stantly. I got that of this season seems Imminent fm j Know, some of your tUnn The wheat made a line. Compound iir.x. year. ami took one Ixittl si..i!! at the sowing, uiid although the autumn nas been wot the lly is at work and received ls'iicflt from II nt onco. and rtiiHitiif scores of fields. There is I hnro taken It ever sluco nnd now lunrecly a field that does uot show the linv no Imckachc, no puln In my anil my stomach iiutl Isiwols nrr ravages of the post. imrfi'ctly well I can honestly suy that thcru Is nothing Hko it. If I could only 'il r de In ll.ir hle rortu. tell every wotnnn how much good your Nkw Viiiik. Nov. as. Battle Miller, medicine 1ms ilono mo, they would a handsome woman 30 years old, formerly the wife of a man named Lonirr, surely try It," Maktha M. ICino, Noutii ATri.tniuiio, Mass. of Galveston, Tex., but who left him The way women triflo with health and came to New Yor with R. A. Miller, a race trace man and formerly shows n, degree of JndlhVrvnca thnt is K si. r. liter, rmiititl ttfd smnlit. nppiiiess and useMn,iln, pastundarHtnndlnt, fulness depend on physical health; so In a horrible manner. Mie saturated her collies with kerosene, set fire to ilocsa good ilikKsltloii. Disease iiuikns women nervous, irritnhla and snapthem and was burned to death. pish. Tho very effort of tilling woman to Ihi tunken them nerIkijIIoii on Hills of fjadlur vous. Writu to.Mrs. rinkham, slvo will Ni:w YnliK, Nov. 38. Chn. R. Trew. collector of internal revenue for this help j on to hcnltli ami happiness. Itcostsiiothlng togitMr.rinkhntn's disir ct, Monday received and made ndvlcc. Her uddrcss is Lynn, Mtvis. public a decision by Commissioner 7j.i4 vim vsv f. n. w in which hi; rules that bills of lad?, 4 ing on railway shipments from the United States to Canada nre llab.o to taxation as export bills of lading at the rate of ten cents for each shipment. iiii-lim-ii- fj i Mrs. Pinhham's if Mrs. Says I 1 1 good-nature- d Wil-M- n i Personally I Conducted wm n:c.. taiiiornia i 11 e Excursions Ird ! ! , w , nsr PILES -- ! A .....-.-..- ,.. i I Anglo-Gorma- n uitm MtA nRflPQV M-- y w- y unsjvfy v er M ! i'iv a hi POLITICAL A GUERRILA WARFARE SITUATION I MORE LOSS THAN PROVlj IMR, BRYAN'S ANSWERS. i Democratic Leader tat Iteaelr t It U Believed Mom Important Mar , to tie Mad by lb Ooeleel Side Karl? This Week. What IraperUlfaaB ! Ceatlaar Faople of the Unite States'. Tho Futility of Resisting the Fbamktoht, Ky., Nor. 37. A quiet The troiuuirv statement of. rccelp Americans Recognized at the Sunday brought a lull in the political nml orrMMidlfurpit of tho irOVCmmCUt situation to all outward appearances. for the month of October, 1S09, ant Last Filipino Conncil. There were no significant develop- the four month of tho current shows that tho people of tho Gocbel ment headquarter from though Uoebel and hit managers re- United Btatea, at present, nre prtyhii INSURGENT TIOOPS WILL SCATTER year for mained Id conference during tho day. nt the rate of $123,000,000 a foreign establishment. Is a general Impiosslon outside keeping up a There words, we are throwing away In Heportu of Skirmishes Come Fron that so mo Important wore Is to be ou other sontlnicut to nave the Individual made by the Gocbol side early this William McKlulcy the pain and mortiEvery Section of the Island of week and it la generally HUpposed that fication of having to acknowledge misAlong Hallroads. Luzon a mandatory iu junction aultto prercnt takes dangeroim to the nation, mnilo tho state election board from counting by ldiu nti president. Mr. McKlnlcy Province of ZamhoBnga, Islsnd of Mlnrtsy una, Surrender to Commander Very, of the Caitlne, Unconditionally I.oeal Chiefs Declare Tnelr Loyally. the Potat with a Republican Interroaatar. si a- 1 STATE ODDS AND ENDS. CAT A COCAINE FIEND. I The foUowingincIdcntsoccurreddur- ing Mr. Hryan's tour of Nebraska, and are good examples of his keen wit, .lalclc usca-yea- r, Manila, Nor. 26. Buencamtno, the liraln of the Filipino Insurrection, li locked up here In charge of llrijf. Gen. Udward It. Wllllstou, the provost mar shitl. When Tarlac fell, Bucncamlnc fled northvrnnl with Agulnaldo'. three year-ol- d non and nn o.d lady supposed to be the mother of Agulnaldo. WAMtisnTON, Nor. li'. Secretary Long received a cable from Ail in. Wat son stating that the entire province of Zsmboauga, Island of .M In dun on., sur rendered to Commander Very, of Cas tine, uncondltlonnlly, Note rubor 18. Local Delivery of nil gun promised. chief declared thomselros loyaL Manila, Nor. 27. The last Filipino council of war war. held by the retreat n tr leader at Hayambang on Norem bcr 1.1, in the housn now occupied by Gen. MacArtLur. It was att'nded by Agulnaldo, Plo Del Pilar, Garcia, and wimc member of the o called cabinet. Information ha reached Oct). MacArthur from several nmirccs to the effcot that tho council rccognleod the futility of attempting further realstance to the American with united force, and agreed that the Filipino troupe should scatter and hhould hereafter follow guorrlla 1 Ale-Jaudrl- tho rote of Jefferson, Knox and Johnson county will bo part of it, though this is not confirmed by any one in authority. It Is doubtful if Oor. llradley would recognlzo Gocbel as governor If given a certificate of iluotlon by the state election board unless their action was in obedience In that to a ruling of tho court. event It Is believed ho would resist no Taylor further, hut advUo to contest beforo the legislature. Neither llradley, Taylor nor any other republican leaders believe the court of appeals, in the face of its decision In the Nelson county case Saturday, will grant an injunction and were Sunday more confident than ever that tho statu election board will give In Taylor a certificate of election. Taylor circle It Is claimed that two of tho three state commissioners. Hills and Pryor, will vote to stand by the rote In every county as It appear on the face of the returns. FiiANKroiiT. Ky., Nov. 24. Tho court of appeals Saturday clinched Tayior's right to 1.1U7 Nelson county votes. The court, all the Judges concurring, refused to dlssolro the Injunction as asked by Goebel's attorneys. Tho vote In controversy were cerlllled for W. 1 Taylor Instead of W. S. Taylor. Judge Jones, of Nelson county, ordered these rote counted for W. S. Taylor, aud thl order is affirmed. MAJ. HOWARD'S REMAINS. They Arrived In Oina.li Munday ami Mero alet at tlici Station hy a Delegation From Ariur Headquarters. method. of ambuscades and he coma from erery section of the Those country along tho railroad. district seem to bo tilled with mall band. Saturday four men of Company I), Oth Infantry, were foraging beyond llayambau when 20 Filipino tool them in ambush, killing ono aud capturing the other three. The American resisted for halt an hour. Tho firing being at Bayabam, Lieut. Frater, with n squad, followed tho retreating Filipino tereral mile. The Atniricans found tho body of the sol dler boloed. They burned the hamlet where tho fight took place. Three Filipino riflemen ambushed an American surgeon near Capaa. lie hol one and the other fled. Hetwecn Ilamban and Angeles a mule train waa fired upon by the insurgents and a Span iard, a former prisoner of the Filipino who wnt with the train waa hoL At Malaslqul the olllclal who welcomed the Americana were murdered. Till wa thu only railroad town which the American did not garrison and on tho night the troop withdrew a band dragged entered, of lnurgent Antonio Mcjia, president of tho town into the htreet and cut hi throat. The murderer then assassinated the rice president and Are member of the town council In the name manner and told the frightened nutirr who the daughter to ipread the new that a lmlllar fate awaited all friend of Americana. Military activity continue In crcry arcttou. Col. Hell's regiment ha ad runeed from Hayambang upon Man latarem where It U supposed there I a large iiiktirgenl force. Two battalion of tho newly arrived 28th Infantry have been cnt by Catcoc to Baeoorto reinforce the couth line. MaJ. Sponce, with SO men of the OTd regiment, surrounded a village near Bitutlslon during tho night ami nt-- t ached the place at daybreak, capturing a Filipino captain and 15 men with Iteport aklrm-U wit-neir- Omaha, Neb., Nor. 27. The remains of Maj. Guy Howard, son of Gen. O. O. Howard, who wa killed recently in the Philippines, arrived In thl city Monday over tho Union Pacific from -- MmSt San Francisco. They were met at tho station by a delegation from army headquarter and escorted to the home of the deceased of tho father-in-laofllccr, Judge J. M. Woolworth, vyhcrc later In the day funeral service were held. Tho services wcro prlrate. MaJ. Howard was well known In Omaha, baring spent some time here whllo his father was In command of the department of tho Platte. His marrlago occurred hero and was a prominent, society event. w TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. Unknown 1'ertont I'laced Dynamite neath an Undertaking- Be- Smr lerra Haul, I nit. d Tr.nnK Hautr, IniL, Nov. 37. Farm erburg. just across the county lluc.was the sceneof a terrlficcxploslon Sunday night about l o'clock. Some unknown persons placed dynamite beneath the undertaking establishment of W. J. Wood, of that place, and tho explosion wrecked the building and broke window glass throughout the Wood promptly applied to potown. lice headquarters in this city for a detective and it is thought the perpetrators of the deed will be run down. The building and its contents aro a wreck and the los. will be heavy. com-plet- o has personally thanked tho soldiers, and the widows aud orphans of an unnecessary war, for their sacrlilce to which, is tli; grand old f1nfTi JH fudge and tiumcombc, aud he has even declared it an act of heroism forouo or any number of men to lay down their lives upon the altar of their country for tho benefit of others, the survivors. Hut Mr. McKinley has not niude any sacrifices, is not willing to make tho slightest sacrifice, he even demand that American citizens fall down and worship his policy; he Insists upon his personality being the test of patriotism, ami wrapped ir. the Hag which is not his property, but the emblem of the nation, poses as. a man who Is leading the nation to greatness and prosperity. Mr. McKinley, ns a man, nil Individual, Is not entitled to any more respect or consideration than the huiu-- i blest American citlzcu. The high office he fills merits both. As an individual and as an olliclat, the servant of tho people, what has he done, what Is he doing that he is bound to do under tho constitution which Um accepted dnd ratified when he took upon the office of chief executive? When he shall give Information of the state of the union to congress in his annual message, as he must do, how can he limit himself to the state of the union? His whole message beyond numerous platitudes concerning prosperity, which he has repeated so often that he actually helices them, must specify matters not of, or concerning the union; matters not in any manner connected with the union, but entirely foreign to the union. He will say that he lias wrung from the pockets of the people of the union the gigantic sum of $12.1,000,000 per annum, which will be doubled if his policy Is pursued. For the first time in the history of the nation, its president will be compelled to travel outside of the nation and place before tho congress of the people n foreign jwllcy which bus Incrcnkcil tho1 burden- - of the peo ple In. tlio direction of nn extravagance not contemplated by the instrument which made him president. Perhaps he will call hi policy "business enterprise," If so, whose Is the profit, whose the loss? Upon whom docs the Ids fall when millions of cheap, crass laborers are nddod to our already few up'xirtunlticK for American citlcns to gain their dally bread? Who gnini in sugar, tobacco, rice, fruits and other products when competition is on with millions of cheap products? Who pays the taxes on all this stupendous dc parturo from our national existence? How shnll we be rewarded for our sacrifices, our blood, our treasure poured out to rectify the mistakes Mr. is too shamefaced to rectify 'himself? The only answer Is: A sec ond term of McKinley. Is the game worth the candle? " hlm-kc- lf Mc-Kinl- repartee and scathing invective: Neiir the close of his speech at Falls City, a repuhllcun in the audience arose and denied that President McKinley desires to retain the Philippines, whereupon, without a moment's hesitation or the least show of embarrassment, Mr. Hryaa quoted this sentence from one of McKlnley's speeches: "I cannot penult myself to doubt that these islands will be retained under the benign sovereignty of the United States." Tiie republican next declared that most of the Filipinos were In revolt against Agulnaldo. "Arc you not fiatterlng Agulnaldo too much," asked Mr. Bryan, "when you assert that with a handful of men he can not only subjugate his own race, hut hold in check and frustrate a great American army?" (Cheers). A third time the man broke in to declare that the trade of the Philippines Is valuable. Bryan rose to his full height and his eyes flashed as he thundered: "I dire you to measure the lives of American hoys and the heartaches of American mothers by the paltry dollars and cents of commerce; I dare you to THE LOUISVILLE RETURNS. Twenty Cent Worth Day li Required Fellne-- A IhU Coaltrllle Louibvillx, Ky., Bush, a barkeeper t TJ-- y Very Hare Case. Have lteeti Certified Ily the Connie Board of lanr.iiirt and Will Uo Ilefore the 8tat Hoard. Louisville, Ky., Nor. 25. The las Nor. 37. Frank at Henry Burklo's of the olllclal returns hare now been 'saloon at 3101 Preston atrcet, has a cat certified by the county board of can which has acquired a taste never beforo vassera, and probably within a week observed In animals. The cat is tho state election commissioners will begin tholr task of dea dope fiend. Cocaine is its favorite. Tho animal acquired tho termining which ticket was elected habit through experiments mads November 7. The Jefferson county by Bush to sea if it would liko it canvassers Thursday heard argument At first it required fivo cent' worth a of counsel on a motion to throw out day, but now a quarter's worth docs the vote of tho city of Louisville on tho not satisfy tho feline. Tho dopo is poured out beforo it and sniffed up after which tho "daffy" Maltese plays all sorts of looncy pranks. Husband Won tbe Case. Lkxi.voto.v, Nov. 20. Through Judge S. Bradley was Friday afternoon given the custody of daughter, and a case his which has dragged through the courts of Kentucky and Nebraska was ended. At Louisville five years ago Bradley secured a divorce from his wife. Sho took their daughter and went to Omaha, Neb., whero ahe married a man Bradley married named Vlckcry. again, and then, under a writ of habeas corpus, obtained the child and brought her back to Kentucky. Mrs. Vickcry came here, entered a suit, and lost. Gov. llradley Threatened With Assanlua-tlon. Parker's decision J. dolt!" And the crowd went Into a veritable paroxysm of applause. Then the man ground of alleged intimidation by soldiers who were called out by Gov. Bradley election day. The republicans took tho ground that tho board had no Jurisdiction, being empowered simply to count and tabulate the rotes. This riow was 'sustained, and the matter now goes to the state election board, where no doubt the motion of tho democrats will bo renewed. A number of additional indictments were returned Thursday by tho fed- eral grand jury against alleged violators of the election laws. Democrats Did Not 8l;o. VAnosTow.v, Ky., Nov. 20. The Nel- declared that Providence was leading the United States to the Philippine Islands, lie had not long to await his nn-swe- r: "Ah, my friend," came the rtply, "I never yet cornered an imperially who did not finally lay the blame on the Al- mighty." (Laughter and cheers). anx- ious to be on the Ldnl's side as you fire to bring Jehovah down from Heaven to bolster up the republican party, you wouldn't be here advocating an abandonment of the declaration ot independence. You arc not preaching the gospel of the Prince of Peace. TTJu're preaching the Infernal gospel of conquest and murder and deathl" "If you, my friend, crckuiMis The drowned in a tempest of cheers. The imperialist disappeared. And so will the doctrine of imperialism when measured by the enlightened intelligence of American citizenship. Mississippi Valley Democrat. orator's last words were RELIGION ENTERS INTO IT. VrlClnlry'a Policy ot Imperial! Will Interfere with Hellsloaa Liberty- COMBINATION IN RAILROADS low llir Ilrpubllriin Control the Vail Political Tower In Tlieru. Nearly every week some new ctnitil nation is reported. It does not seem nn exaggeration to sny that we may soon Kce all thu railroads of the conn try controlled by five men, and these agreed that there shall be no competition between them. Practically a universal rallrond trust or monopoly. The railroad freight bills of the country will this year exceed $1,000,000,000. over $13 for eery man, woman and child, or nn average of $C5 for each travel will family. The as much. amount to There are over 000,000 men employed by the railroad companies, or of the total votubout ing population, all more or less dependent upon tin officers of these railroads for their dally bread. These officers are controlled by the five financiers wlin form the governing power of the railroad trust or combination. What a vast political power they can wield, and they did use it in the last nntionnl election, and will again use it in the next one All this great political power was used for the republicans, r.ml in addition a vast sum subcamscribed to tiie paign fuid. Why were these railroad all in favor of the republicans? And why arc the republican lenders favorable to tho railroads? And why do they set their faces like n Btone wall against enforcing tho anti-trulaws and giving the interstate commerce commission the power they have asked for? The answer to these questions is pnsM-nge- r one-thir- d Hannn-McKinle- y st self-eviden- Dead on the htreet. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 27. -- CapL n V. Hoi co m bo, superintendent of tiiedining and sleeping car service, of Dropped Ed-wi- Every man who has read history must that the only safy for religious liberty Is la a people's government. A 1 bcrty of right, and not by toleration. IV is In America that the persecuted sects of the centralized governments of the world have found freedom of worship and liberty of conscience. If anywhere In the world there Is religious tolerance to be found it is doc entirely to the example of the United State In giving all a she'tcr free from persecution. Do the good people who arc charged with fulsome praise anent Mr McKinley. Philippine policy fully understand the gravity of the outcome of that policy? Admitting that his policy will carry the Bible with the flag to the uttermost parts of the earth and transform a civil government Into an apostolate, which one of the numerous sects will that apostolic Caesar accept as his own? When the limits of constitutional power have been transcended, a new Caesar will have been created, a Caesar that will not stop at crumbs, but will demand mouthfnls. With the least decline In the principle of popular sovereignty will commence an Independent sovereignty not bound by any restrictions upon Its own What then will become of religious liberty, a liberty so dearly bought ? Is not the suggestion of the idea sufficient to put religious thinkers upon the alert? To which one of the sects, as a future state establishment, are the others prepared to surrender their freedom? telieve eon-duc- t. OPINIONS AND POINTERS. naven rtllcs. To pnss resolutions ngalnRt trusts, ns Mr. Hanna did In the platform of Will Erabllt.ua rrlia Court. Tommy West Clot the Declilun. the Ohio republican convention, or to Duiuian, Nor. 27. The governor ol repeat these or stronger ones iu the Yohk, Nor. 20. Tommy Wesi Nkw waa given the decision over Frank Natal, Sir Walter HelyHutchln, In next republican nntionnl platform will the Harlem Coffee hi capacity of rice admiral, has pro- not blind the eyes of the voters of thei Craig, known they are partlcl-Cooler, at the end of tho fourteenth claimed the establishment of a prize United States, unless have beta a court to deal with priias captured by pntlng in tho boodle provided by the round of what was to trusts and railroad combination, am 25 round bout at catch weights beforo British war ships. disbursed with lavish hand by th Ve-tho Broadway athletlo club Friday Overdue. y political strlkers.- night. Si. JoiiSB, N. V., Nor. S7. Tho Brit- Jeffcraonlan Democrat, ish steamer llcanavlata, CapL Frazer, Opposed to lb Beatlnf; of Hokert. Tho funniest thing out is t'j 20. -- Congress from Montreal for this port, is three enort from Ohio that Hanna .! tiACltoBHK, Wis., Not. dedays overdue. It is feaied ahe hai helped himself and his party byt-- 4 inau J. J. Esch, of this city, has gales ia on me stump ana snowing clared himself opposed to seatlns; Cm. been damaged by the ninvsi the Gulf of SU Lawrence. of Utah. .grc'ssman ltobccU, th people Boston Herald. Hanna-McKlnle- Macabbcci with him, most of tho horkrmen who started having been compelled to dt op oat because their horses failed them. Manila, Nov. 27. Agulnaldo Ib still fugitive, but tho Americas cavalry, now much exhausted, nre In hot The cavalry horse aro much In need of new hoea and good fodder, Tho hard work has told on them (j really. Agulnnldo's mother, In her flight, got lost In tho woods and was seized by natives who were unfriendly to Agulnaldo. Gen.Wheaton reports that his men surprised tho woman'a captors Hor .aud rescued her from them. young grandson was also taken, but tho exposure, lack of food and ft.tigue s consequent upon the flight of the caused tho death of Agulnaldo's baby. It died at Ilayamban. pur-.u'l- L fugl-tire- The latest news from Gen. Young I that there arc 'ten cavalry men and 200 the Great Northern railroad, dropped dead on the street here Sunday from heart dUc'asc. Cnpt. II ol com bo was well known in tho Mississippi river service in the early days ns captain and pilot. He was born in Cincinnati, O., in 18IH. American Mshln-- ; hrlionuvr fined St. Johns, N. F., Nov. 27. Tho American fishing schooner A. K. dipt. Peoples which has been loading herring in thu Hay of Islands, has been fined S100 for a breach of the colonial fishing regulations The latter are being rigorously enforced this reason to prevent damugo to tho fisheries. Why-land, "pards!" N. Y. World. No matter who tuny be his run nlng mntc next year, it will be a case The strength of the republican In Kentucky seems to be mostly in tho militia. Knnsns City Times. Mr. Hnnna announces that he will not retire. It is not often Mr. Hanna makes superfluous statements. Atlanta Constitution. Senator Klkins, left bower in the McKinley deck, Is forming a big coal trust. What Is the law between party of Hoot with Mr. McKinley to get hack into tho white house. St. Louis Rleetrle Fan Makeri In Urtanls. Nkw Yoiuc, Nor. 27. A series of meetings of the electric fan manufacturers of the country have been held at the Imperial hotel during the past week, and It has been decided to establish a permanent organisation under tho title of tho American Association of Electrical Fan manufacturers. t. r(nt Ilepuhllc. Certain prominent republicans are casting about for menus to get rid of Mark Hanun ns their party leader. That can be accomplished only by retiring William McKinley from tho presidency. Albany Argus. Protective tariffs urc very nico when they protect you, but when other nations use them they are not so pleasant. Japan has adopted n protective tnrifT, nnd we aro losing trade, as n consequence. Brooklyn Eagle. The success of tho republican state ticket will ennblo Senator Hanna to clean up some of his political debits. He hardly had a sufficient number of appointments to go round when he squeezed Into the oeuatc. Cincinnati Kuquircr. Uncle Sam is a very complacent stock broker. When Wall street wants jbonds Undo Sam soils them and pays ntcrcst. When Wall street want noney Undo Sam buys tne bonds nnd ava n bonus. Ami tne people pay fie taxes which supplies the money ir both iptercst nml bonus. umana 'orld-Ueral- d. son county election board mot here Friday, in accordance with Judgo Jones' mandatory order to certify tho vote of Nelson county for W. S. Taylor instead of W. T. Taylor, as previously certified for, but on the advice of Goebel's attorney, Geo. S. Fulton, the two Fraxkfobt, Ky., Nov. 27. Gov. democratic commissioners refused to Bradley has received a letter threaten- sign the certificates. ing him with assassination. Tho letBattle Ship Kentucky's Mlrwr ferric. ter, which was addressed simply "Wm. Louibvii.lk, Ky., Nov. 20. Word has Bradley, city," was mailed at Frank- been receired from New York of tho fort. It reads: completion of the silrer service for tho "Governor Wm. Bradley: Your resig- battle ship Kentucky and a committee) nation is requested immediately. If of prominent Kcntuckians aro ar not we will murder you. Foes." ranging elaborate plans for its prcscn-CatlBelow this waB drawn a rude repre at an early date. The scrvics sentation of a skull and crossbones. is said to bo the finest and most costly ever presented to a battle ship. latal DlfllcaUy Orer a Woman. Mohkiikad, Ky., Not. 25. At acoun-tr- y Noted Distillery M.n. dance on Christy creek, four miles Versailles, Ky., Nov. 20. Janes II. east of here, at an early hour Friday Graham, of Frankfort, sold to L. L.v morning, in a difficulty over a woman, brot his one half Intercut in tho old App Perry shot Harris Carroll through Oscar Pepper distillery In this county. the heart, killing him instantly. Perry eight miles from Versailles, for fled, but was captured and lodged in cash. This distillery occupies tha jail. He figured in the Rowan county site of the distillery operated 60 years war, during which Craig Tolllrer was ago by Old Jim Crow, the founder ot killed. There is talk ot a mob taking Kentucky sour mash whisky. Perry out, and a strong guard was SUeclloo OSSeere Atrested. around tho jail Friday night. Frankfobt, Ky., Nor. 27. Fred Gor Mat Meetln-- f Protest. don, George Browner and Wm. Wanes Lancaster, Ky., Nor. 27. A mats were arretted by Deputy Marshal meeting was held at the court house on an indictment in tho federal Sunday afternoon, under the auspices court, charging them with intimidaof W. C. T. U., to protest against the tion of colored voters at the late elecpolygamist, Brigham H. Roberts, be- tion. They were election officers at. ing permitted to serre in congress. tho Bridge precinct, in this city. Rev. J. C Massce presided. Able adDaughters of Confederacy Mel. y dresses were delirercd by Rev. Richmond, Ky., Nor. 25. The KenCity Attorney W. L McKee and Williams, in reference to the dutios tucky Chapter of the Daughters tof tha and powers of congress in the matter Confederacy convened hore Thursday. Mrs. A. M. Harrison, ot Lexington, under consideration. will give a report from tho national 7 he Uallot Hon Out. convention at Richmond, two weeks HorKiNsviLLK, Ky., Nor. 25. James ago. The meeting closes Thursday W. McKinney, democratic nominee for with a banquet. the legislature from Trigg county, has Conrict Given Dam-;- filed notice of a contest against Dr. J. Stanfoiid, Nov. 26. James Hacker, C Taylor, republican, who beat him a life prisoner from Harlan county, has by four majority on the face of the re- been awarded $200 damages against a turns. His contest is based on tho railroad. While ho was being brought grounds that the ballots run out at one here for safe keeping he was injured in precinct, and that 35 democrats failed a wreck at Rowland. He asked for to vote, and that illegal votes, were 810,000. cast in two other precincts. Fozhunters Quit. J 11. C. .McDowell's Will. Estill Si'rinos. Ky., Nov. 21. Tho LnxiNOTO.v, Ky., Nor. 27. The will National Foshuntcrs' meet is over. stake, and his of Maj. II. C. McDowell has been pro- Clint won the bated. He leaves everything In the owner, W. S. Walker, of Point LaurcL way of property to his widow, with was elected president of the associaIlls son, H. C. McDowell, as executor. tion. W. C Goodman, of Cincinnati, At her death the property is to bo held was put in the directory. in trust by tho executor, and the InNew Kentucky rottruasters. f come divided equally between tho six Wasuinoton, Nov. 20. Postmasters children. The value of tho estato Is wcro commissioned for Kentucky Frinot btatcd, and it has not yet been ap- day as follows: Howard, Mason coun praised. ty, C 0. Jaynes; Oliovillc, Lawrenco ConTortlng Editor Moore county, M. V. Thompson; Olrastead, Lkxixotox, Ky., Nov. St John Al Logan county, Virgil Bailey; Stoneexandor Dowie, of Ziou, Chicago, is wall, Scott county, G. W. Hayden. trying to convert the noted agnostic, A tbort Courtship. C C. Moore, of this place, to the Chris-- t HorniNSVlLLE, Ky., Nov. 25. James an Catholic church. Moore was furMadisou Major, wealthy Christian nished Wednesday with an county farmer, and Miss Addle Wil- membership, and has only to pay the required dues to become a ford, Bowling Green society belle, were married here after one week's member. acquaintance. Election Arrests. Not One Fatality From mallpos. Deputy Ky., Nor. 34. Danville, OwKNdiumo, Ky., Nov. 27. Of the ST United States Marshal Short went to Stanford Wednesday morning and ar- alleged cases of smallpox in a south rested J. M. Alvcrson, jr., a printer; R. suburb of Owensboro there are now L. Hubble, a farmer, and Sam Embry, (inly three cases uuder quarantine, the jr., a business man, reported to have remainder harlug been dismissed by been indicted on charge of election-da- y the attending physicians. The doctors offenses. Their trials are set for are still not agreed that the dUea-s- ia smallpox. February 1. on ". n m k $20.-0- 00 C"- - Mc-Car- ty Lap-shj- .M all-ag- e ncknowl-edgment- of o Lexinoton, Ky., Nov. 1 V Col. Roger D. Williams, of the 2d regiment ot tha In this city Wednesday morning ufter state guard, this city, has been apHe was a veteran of pointed a member of the board of a brief illness. ot the Eastern Kentucky lu the union army and leaves a large natic asylum, to succeed E. l. Sa;re, family. deceased. Couple. Franklin II. lierco Passer! Away. Dovxit, Ky., Nov. 24. Franklin II. Pierce, aged SS years, died at his homo Appointment of Col Williams. com-mlslon- ers Not Rinswsr , Th Jailer Denies th Report. Louisville, Ky., Nor. 24. Joseph & Lexington, Ky., Nov. 05. The reEdge, au attorney of Lexington, and Jdlss Annie W. Nlcoll, ot Frankfort, port from London tbtst tho housnof' wcro married at noon Wednesday In James Brown hd been riddled with, Christ church cathedral. Bishop Dud- bullets Is denied by Jailer Cundlff, ot ley officiating. It was not a runaway. Clay county. A L r7 V ".trW " T ihmizxM'ZJaMWJitaamiss&iteww&imgw'' ' THE HICKMAN COURIER, LOCAL NEWS. TIME TO KEOHOAXIZU HmTOltlAI. SCAMIAIi. JJ for n good Guitas tit Buck's. Tho City Council will meet in regHICKMAN, KV., ular session Monday night. : : DEO. 1, 1S99. : FRIDAY, tilve some people half u chauce aud they'll take the other half. Yj.Furaert!, call with your produce ALLIANCE. at MTB. SHAW'S Big Store. When other commodities go up England, the Unit- feather beds are still dowu. liermany, It is easier to get footing than back-lufrom u rich girl's father. ed States. f&r Buck Is getting in new Jewelry every day. It is already clnimed in sonic Figures are convincing, but thoy do circles Unit a treaty of alliance be- not always persuade a mnu to pay his g (Jcorgo Warren. tween England, Germany and the United States, has been formed, but whether it has or not bucIi is the manifest drift of the relations of these countries. KusbIo, France and the Latin States, are said to be in alliance as ngulnst Englund, and the National hostility of Franco against Germany drifts Germany to the side of England. The United States heretofore has held aloof from any foruign alii ances, our country preferring to conQne our operations to affairs on this side of the waters and to our own internal Interests. This in substauce, was the ireoniiig of what is known as the Monroe doc bills. It is the man who now lluds dollar bills in tho pockets of his old overcoat. absent-minded Goods Watches, Clocks. Rings, Jewelry, &c. A number of Fultonites were in tho city Monday attending tho preliminary trial of Moore for killing Goldsby, IffirOo to Schlenker's for Holiday Not all men aro ready to quit whou thoy wiud up their work for the day. Tho clock dealer is ono of tho exceptions. I Tho election Is over and u King" Olnrk, Senator as the contest Is settled tho from tiiini tnuii it e. ict M'liu- i Central Committer should go1 ing some of t In nni.nnii.cfr. nt. gether and null a time for Cj (aching ion often to eertuin kinds uuinncrnis in me vinioua vo ,g of Stiiti'smcii." lie Ih ntn used places In the State to meet O' i,l Iiii itiir Ink Iiiiimii in.. u'lillu . i.iiii gether at a certain iMiienndHHecl ',u, 8,,1M. p. f,.t e. l.iilljl.l iiiemiiiM in mo uotiuiy vjom voten mit it t lie i mvt-- i , t ih it tnlttee. 11111 it lit I "l.lllllllll It. II .L'l 1. These, ...embers of the Count Il by lite' Stale T.c.Mirer. ..in.- uMiiu mem .t.geu.or ctl w"i" tit him bv uilli and select u chairman for the,, he out Hlntement tln.i tli WaKn .M nley ooiinty.jUHtttfltheiUHedtodo. L,V1. to them on en.,. luo.JtMnocr.uiu organizations w..ultl v..tc for Chirk. Clitikhtts .. .uu.u ue unite up ot uonesi and,,,,, ptrong men by the people, so t.s i,,,,,qalMcall.,i.n crpeel.tlly tiding . for ,. posi.in, Het.n.- eo give satisfaction to all the parunless il I, hi. great n ih ami ty as t.eai as possible- .- Keninoky it .i.. novel be prmcu that ljoaucr. limmhl vole or itiiiiNeiiinit in Wo heartily endorse the above, ' the purchase of vole by fi lends. und believe that steps should be hit. tut lire will tilwujK be clouded taken at the earliest praetieal mo- by the charge, for it ecn.iitf hit ment to thoroughly reorganize the own people do not think he and friends would have hcei ated party from tho ground up. lo bujt volet neci'tcary In secure his election. Low Polities. " . - 7" "Copper ,..srtr-0-(;-6--- ' m Bread WTHB . t ,,',, .. I STAFF OP LIFE! Wit It) ttKT GOOD . FRESH 11 BREADS ft) TO II IK 4MJ flew III Bakery Bread, Calces and Pics Baked Daily ! ii i:a i;iT.v it'ri:itM J nnMJ.nn UlllUlrJS - I w(. i'ou I V Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates A . Pii-nnn- o U.I1U llgtllb n n el tlHU lUUcaLU. - nltnnnn III-- - 1 1' FRESH OYSTERSand CKLi:itY llliCKlVPO DAILY ' I Berendes' opouing of Christmas Goods will take place next Monday, Dec. 4th. Don't miss it. Preaching ut Poplar Grove Church next Sunday at 11 o'clock u in., and also at uight, by Eld. G. Y. Klllston. Everybody invited. Tho storo building and contents of Dodds Bros., at Dodrisville, Miss., was gf destroyed by Are. Los several thoustrine. A treaty of alliance with Eng. and dollars, aud partial iusnrauco. t$T Heavy soled Boots, as toft ns land and German? it is mild, means offensive and defensive, that is that the Uuited States is to help them in case of war with other countries, und they in turn are to help us. These three nations noting together can conquer the world and divide it up to suit However, is it best themselves. welfore of humanityt for the Rice & Xayloii. he editor has had n new and good offer for his paper, a young lady of our town. Guess who? Sho expresses n desiro for Santa Cluus to remember her Kid, for $3.50. 1 The health authorities predict another epidemic of tho grip, und warn everybody to take caro of themselves A littlo grip will go a loug ways with tho follow that's had it once. Indignation Me etings. Democrats have held indignation meetings at Paducah. Bardwell, and other points la the State, denouncing Governor Bradley for the use of the militia oo election day, and deof manding the impeachment Judge Toney, of Louisville, for interference with the election of fleers. May-field, aSy Don't forget to attend the grand opening of Christmas Goods tit Berendes' Book Storo next Monday. Ed Brown, the gifted and versatilo newspaper man of Columbus, was married, last Tuesday, to Miss Cora Nicholson, of Bardwell. Hero's to you uud yours, Ed, and may you livo long and A prosper, key, is now in greater demand than any other specimen of tho feathered tribe. It's a poor Christmas dinner without a turkey in the estimation of the average Wk believe wo voice tho semi Fresh Oysters wrwil it. iiuj tilyle. and at all hours. All persons indebted to (J. A. inoi.t of'every good man and Tok phono Dt Cointi See Us notified that they inuM ronto of the Commonwealth, Hitytt forward and settle. Delays are dangerous Verbutu S.uiUntl' GIciiu'h Graphic, when wi nay we hope thai the State of Kenltiekj HEADQUARTERS shall neer ttuai.i in its hltnr FORi'V. -$-have another election that ahull' C ( r. JI t be ooiitluutt tl along the low iilnnei of politics that has characterized ' the late election in our Slate, j H There lias sca'cely been un epi thet nftorded by the English n gtiage that is untile that it lus not been hurled, either at lite cult ' ! tllilatcH or their friends. This ha been unparalleled in the hitnr of State polities. It has been a ' You 'uuiiuf .Tliili 11 JlUltiKt quarrel for spoils, and hut liule' effort on the part of auj part to discuss matters or general Import, to the people. It cannot be c it Id , Ono of Its Siiougest l'olnls in its to have beeu h political dim lis-- , was very largely a .lis- sion but cushion of personal which the voter and HARNESS, Hakes Biscuits In I Minutes--Lig- ht itrcnil In 10 Minutes. to be drawn. This Huylng a 'Mnjustio" iiiciiiim it of Kcoiiomieal CooklnS coiiiinei. 10 no potmcni inctlon, UIWTCD I AD DHDCO iTINItn LAr nUDCO In.H had full swnv tiuioiif a. but all and F.aiiiiiIiic TImiii. You'll It 11.1 110 wo-man ('unit' For wit ril 2$qw City Bakerjr. . I X. $.- $&- r- -cf . Majestic" Cooking Ranges, The Best in the World IN THE USE OF FUEL! llle-lim- e la Bu.rlug Uae of these Ranges! SHI'BUGGIES ECONOMY country is never benefitted but rather is injured by such disgrace ful wrangles. OP ALL KINDS AND PKIOKS. Oilier. That great American bird, tho tur- Jait Snrea Ills Life. so-ve- It was a thrilling escano that Charier. Davis of Bowerston, O., lately had from a frightful death. For two years a lung trouble constantly grew worse until it seemed ho must die of Con sumption. Then ho begun the uso of Dr. King's Now Discover', and lately wrote: "it guve instant relief and effected a permanent cure." Such wonderful cures have for 25 years, proven birth-dasoon. its power to euro all Throat, Chest und Lung troubles. Price 50c ts and $1.00. T" If you want a Christmas presEvery bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles ent for your sweetheart, or anv ono else, free at all drug stores. go to Berendes' opening, Monday. Some of our nimrods who have Judge Jones, of Glasgow, who been out hunting quail tho past week ordered the vote certiQed to l'W. report that tho toothsomo birds with tho than ono P." Taylor to be couuted for W. big breast aro much scarcerhave heard would imagiue. In fact, wo S. Taylor is not only a democrat of very few being killed in this section and supporter of Goebol, but he of the country so far this scahou. succeeded Goebel on the Mate, Tho sensational papers havo pubcentral committee. lished fake telegrams to tho effect that Goebel wo3 secreting guns In tho Franknnd intended to arm tho conThe report comes from Wash- fort penfight Bradley's militia. These pato ington City of a great shortage in victs ctrtuiny think tho people fools pers army chaplains in the Philippines. Christmas for tUW Get There was never an army of a civ. your childrenyour Buck's, he things give at will ilized nation with fewer spiritual you half tho protlt. advisors. In all there are less blood and thunder renorts that than ten in the service there. havoTho prevailed about the Kentucky Where ore the missionaries! Here election have proven so far to bo all is a field for them. fakes, born of excited and lying imaginations, and tho people can well afford to beliovo no moru sensational reports. The papers were tilled with a is usually at its fake about Admiral Dewey. It best Tho turkey market year. Thanks this season of was stated that Mrs. Kent, a wo- giving demands for tho toothsomo towl this man In one of the departments at increases year by year, and thousands Washington, was preparing to of gobblers gobble their lost gobble dursue him for breach of promise of ing tho week proceeding this annual y American citizen. WfF Schlenker has just received a fluo assortment of Holiday Goods. See him before buy lug. A Hartshorn, Mo., editor, who in all the comforts of homo says : "We prefer living in a small town where tho people will fympnUiizo with us in trouble, and if yon haven't any trouble thoy will hunt you up some " Master Harry Millet entertained six of his littlo bachelor friends tit his home last Saturday eve, it being his eighth birth day. The dining was pronounced by each to bo "mighty nice, aud turkey Harry, may you have another lino. We linvi, n fmt- - tt nnr tuvjf mI.w.I. ,.t Huggiesthat we do uot luteiid to carry omv 11 your ocm cunucu ""'i. Huggy cheap, on rcoMji.ablo10 get a HOW TIIK .MAINE lll,KW Ul. giHxl toruts. at tho "Live aud Let Live" Huggy and Tho New York World published Implement Store. g R W. R. WEBSTER, I a letter Sunday from Hnvnnutnt-inDKALHIt IN that Uuited States official, after mouths of secret iurestiga & tion. havo discovered that the batHICKMAN, KY. tleship Muino was blown op by gunoottou torpedoes planted in H01.1t aoknt von the bay for the purpose. The Feabody Club, Hotirbon $1 00 01,1 St.Hi.lnnl. Lincoln Co., M.( 700 pounds of which was Old (iiihl, atO Lincoln Oounlv. H used, wus sent from Hnrcelona to l Mouiilain tirove, L'iOi Admiral Maulerola, commanding sthe port of Havana, and was Jmmmm either stolen from the magazine where tho stuff was stored, or I)BAK Silt: I am enabled to sell, ami hereby taken away will, the knowledge ofler nu. fnnr fblt ,,,mr,M 0J.V,,!0ii!jiyoo,S s,,v-- " ,,,,r ,,', ,)0,', nis.llVd KVK in charge. of the ofllcials WULSKHV, forS:i.M. HXpim.'sn pim.m.mm ' Admiral Miinterola's records I ropone to ship t... approval, In p(, MX(.H ,, will undoubtedly show he names Jrkl ,0 , diealf conle.tls. hen you receive 11 111..I test U, , of his HUhotdiuatcs who had di9 hn,.f,.n. too reltirt. it at uii expense 111.1l I will refu.,,1 utti 43 00. Thin in n rect control of the cxpluMvcH, most liberal ofl. r and I .mail .otir ortlers. Your- and in that waj the identity of the verj trnl W H. WKIKSTKK. Union authors anil the executioners of (!ll, Ten. the plot to destroy the Maine may be lisco ereil. Two or three men wore engu ed Wo have just received an t legant of in the destruction of the Maine. A steam launch of Spanish make Rocking Chairs IN CASH and now used by lite United S'utos Government in llaatin Imrbor I' JMiIisnllivrs ut Tliv either in OAK or IMITATION ' Siiii!.VitUI. Aiinrfiiiii. convened the two torpedoes, M. AlIOCAN V ......... ,.ri...w .,..1,- - ' ...... . (inial, ,.i.ii lo iho new evidence, to a lug from I)5 upward Also a point within a few feet of the iK'.'ltltiflll line of berth of the Maine and anchored them. The torpedoes uerokepi Book Cases in position by mmiiH of Imiovh Try . V...I Jin; lirt II. .o due has a Heller I flouted eleven feel u. tiler water ,nitr,. .nit Vott. and leu feet above the amlmrs and used to prevent them from liei.tg . all suitable for Xntas presents. ftT:,S:!":'":r.--.-r-!- -' , swept nw.ij. The torpedoes were ,,,,,,, ,rp ,. ,f , ,,,,.,, r.,...,. Ill ,..,. .. cnrn .. Give us call and xamine our . r " ....1 u exploded I13 contact with t he keel goods before buying, anil you will of the Maine as she hwiihl' at bo treated right anchor. A I Kill Ilk m Just Arrived! ffo. mm m mmm I UHWS, A gun-cotto- SPECIAL OFFER N I f, and valuable gifts offered ,ooe,oo $1.00 GETS $500.00 CASH. Tables, 11 ...... . - -- 1 1 :- that crime is on the The Carlisle County News says: decrease in the United States. In The election officers at Lowes and Win-go- , 1897 there were 4,523 convictions, in Graves County, burned tho poll as against only 3C07 in 1808. This books after they had counted 'tho votes leuo 0.1 life." Only CO cents shows a decrease of COO or nearly cost In thoso precincts utter tho recent Drug Stores. Every bottle guar.ui ,tt till teed. safe to 11 . Wo are hero to stay and doing at tho old stand, opposlto Wit-ting- 's store. No ono will appreciate IF the reports of the criminal your patronage utoro, or tako more courts of the State of New York pleasure In trying to please you than wo may be taken as an index, It is barbers. Will Uuowki.l, It. U. Uald-wkl- l and H. It. Ivy. say business marriage, The woman came for ward and denied the story. feast. Urine .Men Fall Virtims to stomach, liver uud kidney troubles us well as women, and I feel tho results in los of appetite, Msons in tho blood, backache, niTVuiiMiexs, headache and hied, IisMcns, run down feeling. But there's no need t., feul like that J. W Gardner, of Maville, Intl., says : Electric Hitters are t tho thing for man when he don t caro whether ho lives or dies. 11 g.i- - mo now strength and good appetite I c.in now eat anything and have nmt jn-- Stephens & Smitii, iKTAtec; rjzs,i??: V rrJsr?&, X ."SOO Cwgill . Clkll , 00 .".' W. Kl.UU I 9 Oowgili, M.t.,r.i,K .l.up i.. .... S.l,,B tUiM,,. ...; Mbit rorrrnl or Oufifc. bb rmM.o.l I "..'.." "Vi.""""".V.T. imumi tlliye MBff.. . ". Slvlli Miirriirtl t nui.ui ,lr,r h.e . ih high I. oorrret, or ,,. ii ...rrl. ni i.err.1 oire.. E.g. m,.rw ,, ...ar... e,r,fflM iii- -' 8 Unl, ..,....! ."",," l ,,u- - :m.oo "A HO ..,,.,, ir.) r iiii i in rfiii4 r.nAit., -,, twenty per cent. Gov. are numerous candidates alreadv in the field. A reaction in favor of Admiral Dewey has set in and he Is re ceiving many messages assuring him of good will and expressing regret for the severe criticism that haa been heaped upon him for the transfer of his house. The city of Chicago has renewed its invitation to the Admiral to be in that city on the next anniversary of the battle of Manila, and he usb isFued a coll for a special election, to be held Dec. 18, to elect a suncessorto the late Congressman E. E. Settle. Some of the Democrats are complaining that, the date fixed gives them too little time to bold a convention and nominate a candidate. There BRADLEY election They said thoy tho't tho law required it. Capt. Harvey Alexander, of Union City, sou of Major W. L. Alexander, Is announced as a candidate to represeut Obion county m tho next Tennesseo Legislature, arte tho Courier is for hint against any ouo who may enter tho list. Ho Is a worthy son of yothy sires, uud gives promise or n gallant uud useful tuturo. Too much is charged to hypnotism says an exchange. It is not as guilty as churged. When u man steals ho must not find his dofeuso in hypnotism. When a woman acts foolishly sho must uot expect sympathy instead of penalty on the ground that she was hypnotized. Let tho various tubs stand on their own bottoms. Tho far... nnar Hickman, kiMwu as tho G. W. Powell jtluee, near Dyirshurg 100 mr. road, isolleredfnrre.it. cleared, very good houses, nrch.tni, &c. For further iuforitiatio.., apply in Gko Wahrk.v. Fnriii for Kent. Druggists... rr IIKAI)(UAItTKKS ..p,l,.l.t., on.-n.- arlj rorr-nor ..ot, m.,1VHn Cot(1l,eI, Amr.ien r lluin-nliy,,. Hll( , t.hu.rMMl , n.ertll,Bi adrn,, , , il .i..V lim .. . ,J " ," .. (t(M fltl sr 1 H)K nt t.,..i. 1 All', n March I. ion.) ..,. ii to .i.;-.- "Farmers Free Column I III! I HAH I'lllil.ll M'HII'S, A ...,. let" u .I,,,,... stnif tsr liti.r oi mi,', m NW.,,M r .Leo . , m i d tin .riutilv Z K'nuVtolto. x:ttz V'"" IrfX v.!,. . ', .; sr,': x. JZ.IWUU.I Z: m . k. ,),,, lonrtflf If I v. . i:zz T. C0 chI.j . :xi pnrl.rn ' CI '""' Under this heading will hereafti.r he published notices not to oxceed 0 Hues eaon, iroitt lurmers who nro Ht.Wrib-ors- , who havo horses, mules, cows, products, seetl, to., for sale, free ot eiurgo. htue rrcnvf.1 U. Cope .Vail spin.,. r.ta l Weill...,.., IMh.,,1.. il() rmtsvii.t -- lent.., NO For ICt'iil. two-stor- nilLKT AKTIOLBIL ncco.,.p,.,i.l fur Ak.i.b terms .e by fr ,, vi ,,,, lvii if ,, e in . n accepted, hotiM), 8roo.usu..d Allien on ?roy Tho open season for tho killiug of all necessary quails is now ou. There is quite a good ivvuiiwi', uuiir vunege. X'or ItirtlaBln number of .birds in Pulton county this loruiatinu, apply at hits Ulllcti, fall, moro than for a good loug timo. For Sale. No doubt tho number is duo to the wise Twenty-flviMain.noth Hron.d provisions of tho gumo law which gives but u short open seasou. Then, too, tho keys, gootl strain. Will sell hind A M. MoCr.ul birds aro not allowed to bo trupped or walrs or trios. potted. J3aily furn. Q miles iw.t of Jlij o THE AMiaRIOAW, Kashvillc Tonn. hcisim. Claims of Amerlcau eiiizena for ",,,u' """'nro to be","1 "'",, "'"lauiageh in the late war win, M,,MIU ?"l Ohlcuyo taken up antl Kgn.gali.,g tLTi 0(10 ()()() have bee. returned to Oliliia h.v o.tlor of the iileil. Ooi.greSH Ih to be asked to rof eieate a eommisaion to iiiIJuiIIohIo Hlxiy-fn- Z!, ... . THK roiiiiiliiH of PHKSUItllTIONS I j Carefully - - Compounded, u,, r"1 """ NipV-iflw'r-Trr5rlii- IhehO ulltlUiu. - - nrjT -- - ii w 4J ' Ituiliniiil Tliuu Table. N., Tr.ln Tit AGED i ' Z AT FULTON, Golds-by- . ViHi'Hi-JV- W 0. & St. L. It. It. AllHIVKHl No. S3, in. Ttiilu No. I, 2 01 p m iHWKHH John Moore Kills Flavo trHiMrMrC l'V ihHMH I.KAVKS) No, (3 ( :30 Tin'ii No J, at 2.M i, in, i. in Trln A fatal encounter between Flavo Qoldsby and John Moore, two postal Local and olerks, at Fulton, Friday night lust, tho killllug or Mr, Golrtsby. yimw's tor Hhoes, The two (pianeled nlsiut duties us to their position, one or tho other falling Bhuw's for Harness, to go out with thu mall on a certain Shaw's far ClutlmiK. day, and Die failure reported to tho Shaw's for Groceries, Depurtment, an investigation was inShaw's for Hanlwiini, stituted, and which ouo was to bluiiiu was tho trouble. The two mot In tho Shaw's for Qneeiuwaro. Don't forgot thol.adios' n.i7.nar noxt I'ostnl Clerk's Room, no others present and the shooting followed resulting in Friday. Hob Tyler left Tuesday night for the killing of Goldsby. Hon. U. T. Tyler, Kd Thomas and Tyler, Mo. Personal. .saratis. Announcement! All our Stock litis boon added (o , ' greatly by' tlio filling in of CJkx1 Kip Hoot for Hick this week. Herman Honiluraiit tniK)llM, Illw. !. A: aymii. Mo- - -- Mr. h. I). Feeler Is In Nashville, in visiting tey Murk's repair work is gaming daily on Watches, Clock's, Arc. Mrs. II. T. KiiicrMiii has returned from Helena, Ark Carniiiii Hughes, of Union- - City, spent Sunday in tlio city. fdT Hnuid now Christina stook at Huok's Miss Light Fart Is visiting Mm. Jennie Uurdner, of Martin. this week for DawsOu Spring. F" For undressed Lumber of all kind, apply to Shaw A; Wii.uams Mr. T. T. Swayno will entertain eve the Kmbmidery Club Hev. K. K. Urnusfnrd, of Columbus, Ik thu guest of Mrs. M 1'. Fuiua. BU By buying your Holiday Good at Sahlijiikur' you will nave money and goods. get Ml Mattle Travis ha gou to Nash-ville to vUlt relativeH for an iudullnito time. Henry L. Amtarg left Saturday uluht for Lexington, Vu., to attend liPlt-olll- Jnku Avory and Alucv White left County Attorney Lindsay are represent-nithu Commonwealth. Tom Smith, of Fulton, and Jim Webb, of Maylleld, are defending Moore. The evidence in brief was that Uoldsby called Moore a liar, that Mooro kicked Goldsbv, and that Uoldsby then struck Moore, kuoekinu' him down, and that whilst in this attitude Moore shot, Indicting three wounds, two in the face and one in tho ueck, either one of which would have proven fatal Judge Kearby, after hearing the evidence decided to hold Mooro for trial at the Circuit Court on Ismd of $1,000. On Wed- IH'Hiluv iMiirnitiL' Miuii-anvil lint re. quired ismd, mid was released to at the January court Public opinion differs, as is general in such cases. Some think Unit Moore will bo indicted for murder when the graud jury meets in January. g k up-tie- I HOLIDAY v,- LINES! v i i I ? before our customers a larger selection tban at any .Nicholas anniversary, yet not departing from the lines selected fur tlio various Departments. we will put preceding Hi. To the Farmer! w e solicit a continuance ol tlieir trade, and as we never neglect an opportunity of putting in our Store the products of the farm, we invite them to bring their IJutter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc., to us, and receive the highest market price. troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea Some time ago I persuaded him to take somo of Chumlx'rlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy. After two Isitiles of the size he was cured. I give this testimonial, hoping some one similarly afllictcd may road it and bo bene- tlttet. Titos. i llowKlt, uleilcoe. O. For sale by Cowgill & Uowgill, Hickman, and A. M. Shuw, State Line, Druggists. MY sou has Imjcii To the Ladies! We aro Q SB-ce- J I J holding our SIIOR DEPARTMENT up in everv respect, GOOD VALUES are conmi far as LOW PRICES and cerned, there is none superior to SIIAW-- . A large line of the finest, as well as the cheapest, brands always kept in stock. and s Ti.ncinKi. CUULINCAHPHNTFU The many friends of thu young couple were hapyily tturprlsod, Sunday morning, by tho marriage of Dr. Chas. Ciirliu and Miss Clara May CuqHniter, daughter of Mr. Win. Carpenter. Tho young bride Is a social favorite in Hickman, young, bright, pretty and worthy and the bride groom a mont worthy and promising youiic physician. Judge H. M Kearby performed tho ceremony that united them in tho holy IkiikIs of matrimony. May the choicest blessings of lifli l their portion. To the Young Man! Our Christmas Stock of school. Oo to IJerundeV ojHinhig uoxt mid make your selection of Christmas presents. Don't forgot it. Monday fJtT TIES, COLLARS, Miwti Gladys White. Celine Shaw and Maud Avery ant visiting at Water Valley. i I- CUFFS, Etc.. DEPARTMENT Hickman. 10 cents for solid silver Tliiui-bleX The largest and lest at Buck's aborted Mook in the oitv. Mwtserx llrook Jackson and Green were down from Union City, Monday. Mrx Mlm Mora Haskins ha MtimphU, after visiting returned to relatives in u 'Jios '?.n t tfti i M 1 well as everything else a man can use in the Gents' . ...:ii t. . :.. i.; i i :.. .I.:.. i .!.. ut icuu in una ' Furnishing I fc Qy& &L Jim. Brock, and daughter, of l'rof. iui Milam, president of tho Grcciillcld, Tcun., aro guests of Mrs. L. Welch High School at Dukedom, ami A. Stone. in this city was married, tor The nicest line of Holiday Goods yesterday morning, to Miss Maud ever brought to Hickman will bo on at Union City. Tliey were in at Horuiidc' next Monday. Fulton yesterday afternoon eu route to Misses Lena Dodd, Ada Kuykoti-dull- , their home in Dukedom, where they Ora and Belle Mayes are visiting were tendered an excellent supper at Duiuoiu, 111. the home of Mr. Milam. Fulton Lead-or- . MUs Luoy liouduraut haw returned to New Albany, hid., atter visiting relatives near town A MKASUItlNti 1MUTY. Mrs. Kobt. Farls hmvos this week for an extended visit to I'aduoah and What promises to Ik- - a very jiopular Woodville. Ky. form of amusement this coming winter MUs Nettle HertwecV, now of Ful ton, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs is what is called a ''measuring party." A dainty little leaflet! is sent out, to O. HertweeW. Hits week. which is attached a small silken bag, -- MLvi Allie IXslds, who has lieen for visiting mlativt at Clarksdalo and one color the the gentlemen and another for ladies. The leatlet can Doddsvilre, Miss., han returned home. bo by the hostess, or ouo Mrs. Dr. Bailey leaves for her home of those pretty embossed utl'airs to be in 1niisville this week, after a month's purchased at a stationer's.. On the outvisit to her aunt, Mrs. It. K Millet. side of the leatlet is written in golden LOST. At the Woodland Mills' letters: "A Measuring Party," and on the inside tho following doggeral : Barls-cuami Confederate gold rimmed double lens spectacles. A measuring party is given to you ; Heturii to the Courier olllce. It is something novel as well as new ; The iuviiatiou is m the sack ; toy My stock of Holiday Hoods is For use in sending or bringing back, now open and re.idv for inspection. Call A nickel for every foot you're tull; and K'o ino before liuying eUewhere. Measurn yourself on door or wall ; ClIAS. O. SCIII.UNKHIt. An extra cent for each inch give, Mr. Jim Williams, a well known And thereby show how high you live, and hardworking farmer, who lived Willi music and game, refreshment and pleasure, near Hickman, illed Tuewlay, of fever, and was buried Wednes- Wo will meet ouo and all at our party of measure. day. He leaves a large family to mourn his death. The recipient of one of these leaflets and silken bags, if the invitation is acThe Fenl Herold brought down sacks of corn from Commerce, Mo , cepted, is to put in tlio bag as many for shipment over the N C. A: St. L. nickels as she or ho is feet high and an railmad This is only the beginning of extra cent for every extra inch. Tho tho immense corn trade over this road tallest gentleman and lady receive the Hist prize, ami tlio shortest couple the from the .Mississippi river. second. This new amusement is a Tho entire stK'k of the best Ihkiii to many a perplexed hostess when goods In Kerr it Han at her wits' ends todeviso a now game gold and nilver die's stock must be sold regardless of or entertainment, especially when it is cost, al Buck's. aucction of keeping a large houso parChas. Alexander and Mks Julia ty umiibcd. Samuels were married near Clinton, A Keen, Clear Bruin. Thursday. Chan, wins the election and is counted in by one majority and no Your best feelings, your social one can dispute the authority of the or business success depend largely count. May every manner of happiness on tho perfect action ot your Stomach .and prosperity attend them. and Liver. Dr. King's New Life Pills UaT Fine Watches, Kings, Jewelry, glvo increased strength, a keen, clear A '.Vi cent box fco , Hiiltablo for Christmas Gifts, at brain, high ambition will make yon feel llko u new being. ischlenker's Jewelry Store. Sold by all druggists. Mr. H. F. Dulauey, representing the Stato Agricultural Bureau, was ut the A CAltB. court house, Monday, noeordliiK to to address tho people and I cannot take my leave of tho good aid in organizing a Comity trial people of Hickman, and especially the Society, but tho being in progress, and absorbing atten- members of my own congregation, withtion, ho did not speak. out making grateful acknowledgments y It. W. Buck Is the malinger of for tlio many kindnesses shown to mo this well selected and lino gold goods, and my family miring my pleasant ut prices never before so low. among them. The many exprestreatment to all at Buck's. He stay of kindness received will make mo show you tho jewelry and cut thu sions to them to tho end of my lito. will debtor price I wish for all great prmperlty hero Miss Mercer entertains a number of and a rich compensation hereafter. her trlends tonight, at her home, Mix. Many thanks to the able and Kditor ot the Courier for the Alice Ainberg's, with n Dutch Supper, free uso of its columns, I commend to tho ilrst given In our lit' o city. lioing thesplco of life, wo know tho love and confidence of the church each guest will have a "whole heap of and people inv successor, Dr. J. H as an able minister and pray that fun." MIkh Mercer has grown to bo a great favorite with Hickman young his presence uud labors may bo iibuu W. (i. IIkklby, uooplo, uud all may amioipato royal dantly blessed. Hickman, Ky,, Xfuy, W, U0, pluimuru. well-known Mc-Gee. dls-play MILAMMcUEE. 4HK4 21 For mn MhhfeFHKMHMH -STORES, WWVVfWlffVfVffffVff December! We will make the following VERY LOW PRICES on our entire Stock of iiaud-patutc- d He-uuio- Paats. U&d&rwear, Shoes, 7 Mens Heavy Fleeced Undur.shirlt, aiid &zzz3s ssms lilfeif Pants, for Worth $2.00, for. ir OUC j d 0 Worth 10 cents, lor Onn Full Stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars, Neckwear, Hats, Caps, Suspenders, Umbrellas, &c. Boys Jeans Mens Heavy Ribbed Undershirts and Drawers, Others ask Tor, our price . Mens Heavy Fleeced Undershirts ami Drawers, . Worth T5c this Mile at Mens Heavy Fleece-Line- d Shirts and Drawers, (Jood colors, woith $1.00 our price Mens Heavy Camels Hair Shirts and Drawers, Fleece Lined, woll worth 1.25 go 48c 48c (Qn OC O Mens Heavy Cassimcrc Pants, .. 81.50 25c 10c $1.00 . t'JM Large line of Mens Pants from the finest to the cheapest. Heavy Wool Mitts, Mens Heavy Wool Sox, Worth 20c, our price Heavy Blanket Lined Duck Coats, Worth $1.50, our price Boys Knee Pants for posi-tio- n ut.... q Heavy A Kersey Pants, Good patterns, well tnnde, to close out at Good Heavy A'o JoC Jeans Pants for . wOC Mooro-Uoldsb- y 3 ( 'our-teou- s I 0 r ll. j LLr v jrljr i A W Largest and best assorted Stock of Fm yg Shoes, Boots, Rubbers, Rubber Boots, &c, JEnM r !d Our Motto the Prices are Right. al Low broud-minde- d J Va-nut- y Kv-mi- s, B5HZas8toia Rice&Naylor. eJJ?JmM :" High Gndes Prices," (jR flTB V if f A" Z Ji ii I if? ra&uucnttCTWT -- mmttmmtrKt!Ljmxxzr in ii n mi :rrXiiT'-.)jXfa'JZitmlati- ti Mill MimtrT" " ' ' Til " "i nlr ' r ., i n -- -, ,. imnnii ;$i f " JCiaX'--!5J&S- f .Bi'r-- . The Souths "All's Well." rum BY R. H. EDMONDS. Huper's ItTeUy, GopjHito. . by Hrtt t Bmthttt. W XjBp-Jt&tBSS- gL gZFa,!2j(r& Pt ern improvement, drove them to their utmost capacity night and day, in order to double the output on their invested capital and proportionately reduce tbcost of goods; its cotton planters, who had kept their corn cribs nnd smokehouses In the west, buying in the aggregate about $100,000,000 worth a yew of western corn and bacon, commenced to raise their own food supplies, and in this way, returning to the system, reduced the cost of raising cotton. While these changes, all revolutionary In their character, were in progress, the small bankrupt railroad lines were brought into comWAGES l'AID TO FACTOItY-HANDpact systems, new nnd heavier rails laid, 1SS3- ISM. 2.ceo.ooo. rolling stock increased, and necessary 75,!00,000. extensions made. position it could not be disloJgco. Iron nud Conl. About the same time southern collon Thus the south passed through the mills were forcing their product into, long period of depression, standing the successful competition with the output of Sew England mills. ISul as Pennsylvania iron and steel people tunk refuge in the claim that the south would never advance beyond the Mage, that it could never become a factor in the higher forms of finished goods and in steel making, so the New England mills lulled themselves into IS vs , City a sense of security on the claim that though southern mills might make coarse goods, they could never acquire, CAPITAL. INVESTED IN MANUFAC- TURING. the skill and the capital needed for 1S99. 130. the liner goods. In the light of what jm.oociooo. I1.00O.WO.000 been accomplished within ten years. has It seems very strange that such argu- - great test, which came so unexpectedly. In a way that strengthened the world's confidence. It not only held its own during this period, but its iron makers entered foreigu markets, and demonstrated that the south could dictate the price of iron for the world. Alabama iron set the price in England and on the continent, us well as in Japan, nnd even from Jerusalem came aa order for it. This marked a revoluOKAIN PRODUCED-IIUSIIK. tion in the world's iron nnd steel in10. Ul.OUO.0Q0. 736.600.000. terests. Henceforth the world was The ments as these should hare done duty market for southern iron. When this point had "been reached, the next step in so many newspapers and in so was to build steel works commensurate gatherings. with what had been accomplished In A Prophecy. and two gigantic Kellcy," aa Judge Kcllcy "Pig-Iroplants one to make steel billets, and he was familiarly known has been wiser than his people. Nearly 20 years the other to make finiAed steel proago he proclaimed the coining power ductsarc nearlng completion at They have cost about They have already booked heavy orders for steel billets for shipment to Pittsburgh. A number of furii naces built during the boom of and which have been Idle ever since, RAILHOAD MILEAOE. bare lately been bought by strong 1SS0. UM. SO.0OO. M.600. companies, and arc now being put into blast. With every furnace crowded to of the south' in all Industrial pursuits, it utmost capacity, which will soon Pennand heralded it not as a disaster to sylvania and to New England, but as an added strength to the industrial power of the country. "The development of the south," said he, "means the enrichment of the nation." In thi& light the progress of the south should be watched, for while its industrial upbuilding may mean the changing of some forms of industry in other sections, there is versatility enough in our MANpeople and in our country to find n new CAPITAL IN UFACTURE. a en ue for the employment of brains ISM. 1S9 no.ooo.ooo and energy and capital for every one R.MG.000 that may be closed by changing busi- bethccar.e, the output of southern iron ness conditions. New England may iu 1000 promises to be nearly 50 per yield the scepter of cotton manufactur- cent, deing in the south, to the vast enrichment mand larger than ever before. The for coal exceeds the production, though that is now at the rate of tons a year. There is almost feverish activity In enlarging the output of old mines, In opening new ones, and in building coke ovens; for a ready demand meets every ton produced, with a profit that makes glad the stockholders. nntc-beiltim iron-makin- Ten years ago the south fought Its first skirmish in the endless battle that ever rages for the world's commercial supremacy. It;; pip iron cctered the markets so long dominated by Pennsylvania furnaces, and, to the dismay of those who had affected to despise Its rivalry, won a substantial victorj'. Alabama iron became a factor in every center, and from thia r".w LS lfcSS-W- many-publi- c iron-makin- g; to-da- y n S&ft a 1SS3-9- COTTON-3EED-OI- I. r t almost fabulous profits which they are yielding, to other Industries, phosphate . mining looms Into prominence. I'p to 233.SS? l.IM.OOo. ten years ago South Carolina was the of the south, but New England will only American source of phosphate rock, and our fertilizer factories, us well find new openings for its tireless energy and Its accumulated capital. The south will become enormously wealthy R3E"iifl5 through the change, but New Ihiglhnd will not be made the poorer. The First SklriuUlirs. Just about the time when the south was winning these first skirmishes, and when its people weie dazzled by the 'OO.VL MINED-TOnew opportunities of employment and isy ijw. .eoo,v 40.0W.W0 bewhich were opening fore them after the darkness of 30 yenrs. as those of .Europe, had to depend upon of war and reconstruction trials, there few hundred thousand tons which came the world-widfinancial panic the state .annually produced. Then it that was discovered that Florida had vust -sC" O phosphate beds, and soon that state surpassed South Carolina in this Industry. Two or three years later similar discovSPINDLES IN eries were made in Tennessee, and the IK. mining activity which has followed reJ0 6.000.O0O. IfT.CoO minds one of the talcs of development The in new gold regions. Ten years ago following the Daring failure. south, suddenly brought down from the smith's output of phosphate rock its dizzy speculative height, hniPIo face was not more than 750,000 tons; this new conditions. The business world year it will be 2,000,000 tons. What recognized thai the supreme test of the tbis means in the diversification and oath's inherent advantages and possi- improvement of agricultural conditions bilities had come. It faced the situation is too broad a subject for treatment its Iron masters steadily reduced the here. The Forest. cost of Iron making until furnaces f of the standing Possessing which bad been turning out eight and timber of the United States, the south is building up immense lumber and woodworking interests, and throughout the entire lumber regions business is us prosperous as in the iron districts IMIOBl'HiTE MINED-TON- S. Cotton I Still Kin IT. !SM. MO. Tttough tlie value of the grain now 7yi.XiO i.mo.oiw raised in itliat section exceeds on the r Ir.n were able to produce farm the value of the cotton crop, cotiroii; its collon mill nwiteis ton Is Mill the dominant power In the wisely abandoned old machinery, nnd. huslurss life of lie south. No other mavUi j tuouonul," o.'pn.) ag eu,uijji;)g fu"r luillt, wnu ( i.usuXj4 dun. COTTON Tlir Phosphate Inilimlr-- . Turning from fron nnd coal, with the CONSUMPTION IN SOUTH ERN MILLS-HAL- ES, I1TO-M- tTB NS. wealth-creatio- n e COTTON-M1LL- R one-hal- SmS nine-dollam-doll- I .cr uii 7. The Theme for Dr. Talmugc's The comparatively new- - im! try of cotton seed oil making now 0 Thanksgiving Sermon. ploys over $10,000,000 of capital yields an annual product of upwnrda $50,000,000. From Galveston nlono the Wheel aa m Symbol of Prosperity foreign exports of cotton oil nnd cot- The Some HtMUDi for National ton seed mcnl are averaging nearly 1,000 Gratitude lienrflte of In- tons a dny. Of this Industry the south ventlve Gralna. has almost as much of a monopoly at it has of cotton growing, but in the Copyright, 1S39, by Louis Klopsch. manufacture of cotton goods this sec tion, though making man clous progThis discourse of Dr.Tnlmnge Is a serress, is still only getting well started. There are nboat 100,000,000 cotton spin- mon of preparation for the national dles in the world. The south furnishes observance of this week and in an unthe cotton for about of usual wny calls for the gratitude of the people; the text, Ezcklah 10:13: "As for the wheels, It was cried unto them In my hearing, O wheel!" Next Thursdny will, by proclamation of president nnd governors, be observed In thnnksglvlng for temporal mercies. With what spirit shnll we enter upon It? For nearly a ycur nnd n COTTON 1SS0. ls!U-half this nation has been celebrating 5,700,000. 11.27U0. the triumph of sword and gun and batthse, or 75,000,000 spindles, but has tery. We have sung martini airs and only 5,000,000 spindles. To consume in cheered returning heroes and sounded its own mills its crop of 10,000,000 to the requiem for the slain In battle. It will be n healthful change if 11,000,000 bales would require the investment of over $1,500,000 in new mills, this Thanksgiving week, in rhurch and nnd long before thnt point could be homestead, we celebrate the victories reached, even at the present rapid of peace, for nothing was done at Sangrowth, the world will annually require tiago or Manila that was of more .nee than that which iu the last of this section from 25,000,000 to bales. In 1SS0 the south started year has been done in farmer's field on its cotton mill development with n and mechanic's shop nnd author's basis of 007,000 spindles, representing study by those who never wore an epaun capital of $21,000,000. Ily 1S90 it had let or shot a Spaniard or went n hunSGI.000,000 capital In this industry und dred miles from their own doorslll. And 1,700,000 spindles. it hns 5,000.-00- 0 now I call your nttciition to the wheel spindles nnd nbout $125,000,000 of of the text. Man, a small speck In the universe, cnpltnl invested in cotton mills, while mills under construction represent was set down in n big world, high about $25,000,000 more. The most sig- mountains rising before him, deep seas arresting his pathway and wild beasts nificant sign of the times In this industry is that New England mill owners capable of his destruction, yet he was recognizing thnt the south is bound to to conquer. It could not be by physical win, arc transferring Inrgc enpitnl to force, for compare his arm with, the southern mills. A number of the lead- ex's born nud the elcphnnt's tuik, and ing mill companies of the former sec- - how w?ak he Isi It could not he by physical speed, for epmparc him to the antelope's foot nnd ptarmigan's wing, and how slow he UI It could not lie by physical capacity to soar or plunge, for the condor beats him in one direction and the porpoise In the other. Yet he was to conquer the world. Two eyes, two hands, nnd two feet were Insuffi cient. He must be reenforccd, so God VALl'i: OK MANUFACTURED PROD- sent the wheel. UCTS. Twenty-twtimes in the wheel men1SS0. 1X99. tioned in the Bible, sometimes, n in JU7.G0.V). Jl.rOO.tt.0,010. Eeklel, illustrating providential movetion havcri irlng the last fewyrnrs built ment; sometimes, as in the Psalms, branch mills, costing from JJOO.QOO to crushing the had; sometimes, as In $1,000,000 each, in the south; and ne-Judges, representing God's charioted one of New England's grentcstcorpori-tion- s The wheel that is spending $2,500,000 In building i:odus rolls on through started in Proverbs, n In Alabama whnt will be the largest through Isaiah, through Jeremiah, mill ever constructed ns a single, through Daniel, through Nahum, enterprise. The recent advance in the through the centuries, all the time price of cotton Is bringing prosperity 'gathering (momentum and splendor, until, seeing what It has done for the world's progress and happiness, we PRODUCED TONS elap our hands in thanksgivingnnd emUS0. ISM. 7.ooo :,j.),w;o. ploy the npostrophc of the text.cnlng: "O. wheel!" to the farmers, and If it holds for the I call on you In this Thanksgiving balance of the season will mean week to praise God for the triumphs more to them than they received of mnchVuery, which have revolutionfor last year's crop. ized the world and multiplied Its atIn diversified Interests the same story tractions. Even Paradise, though very of progress and prosperity runs. The picturesque, must have been compara0 Newport News shlpynid, with tively dull, hardly anything going on, Includof work under contrat no agriculture needed, ing two steamers of about 12.000 tons was spontaneous; no for the harvest architecture re- time of lirlnstn me Into nittrner I each for (he Pacific trnde, the largest quired, for they slept under the trees; of nothing to perplexing ami vixattounknow ton ever built In America, is said to be em no manufacturer's loom necessary lf anil for man of frcllrir n a turbulent I experienced the ploying more hands than even the the teamlxm of apparel, for the fashions former and liutltllnr season, ami hail I hero null In Cramps; the IMchruond locomotive werewearing exceedingly simple. To dress the In my right aenxei I nhould undoubtedly works are competing with the Ilaldw ns garden would not have required ten have treated the lat'er in tlir same m inner, in exporting locomotives; the Mary but for one man to tie leaned with both, he tnuat b looked upon as the most unforland Steel company hns been furnishng minutes a day. Having nothing to do, thy got Into tunate man In the nor Id steel rails for llussla's Siberian railroad, n Surely, John Filch in n bad for Australia and other distant regions; mischief and ruined themselves nnd the Alabama coke has gone to Japan, ind race. It was a sad thing to be turned predicament, if the steamboat Iwi'er the export of both coke nnd iron is oaly out of Paradise, but, once turned nut, a diii not blow him up, his wife would. beneficent thing to lie compelled to In nil ages there lire those to prophwork. To help man up and on God sent esy the failure of any useful inventhe wheel. It turned ahead, the race tion. You do not know what the in advances; If turned back, the race re- ventors of the day stiller. When It was treats. To arouse your gratitude and proposed to light l,onloo with gns, would show you Sir Humphry Davy, the great philosexalt your praise opher, said that he should nn soon what the wheel has done for the domestic world, for the agricultural world, think of cutting n slice from the moon for the traveling world, for the literary nnd setting it upon a kIc to light the world. "As for the wheels. It was cried citv. Through all nbi e and carica() wheel!" ture Fitch nnd Fulton went until ponIN COTT'N. unto them In my hearing: CAPITAL INVE8TED In domestic life the wheel has wrought der the wheel Is in motion, and the MILLS. IRty. 1S'' revolution, ilehold the sewing ma- Clermont, the first steamboat, is going j:i.SuO.OO0 mjO. chine. It has shattered the house- up the North river, running the dlt. limited by the fact that the home de- wife's bondage and prolonged woman's tnnce hold your breath while I tell you from New York to Albany iu life and added Immeasurable advanmand now exceeds the supply. tages. The needle for ages had punc- 32 hours. Hut the steamboat wheel The Bnnlli'N .Story In MntUllca. Stntlstics nre often uninteresting, but tured the t?ycs nnd pierced the side and multiplied its velocities until the of the Cunard, und the Mnjes-tic- , the story of the south' progress rnr hot made terrible massacre. To prepare the of the White Star line, und the garments of a wholv household In the be told more clearly than in the illustrations scattered through spring for summer and iu the autumn New Yoik, of thii Amerli.nn line, nud this article, in which reliable estimates for winter wa an exhausting process. tha Kaiser Wllhelm, of the North Gernre given where exact figures are not "Stitch, stitch, stitch!" Thomas Hood man Lloyd line, cross the Atlantic set It to poetry, but millions of persons ocean in nix days or less, cnmmuulca-tioobtainable. between the two otmtrir so have found it agonizing prose. Surveying the whole southern s Slain by the sword, we burle'J the rapid and so constant that wIiciciin what has been done nnd wh.it is under waj. It can be truly said that hero with "Dead .March" in "Saul" and oncu those who had been to Europe flags nt half mast. Slain 13 the needle, took on airs for the rest of their mor"all's well." no one knew It but the household thnt tal lives nnd to me for many years KiiBlnnd Coiiarlrnrr. Tlir could giving way. The the most dlsngreeablu man I have heard it denied t licit small New watched her henlth winter after that the children wrre meet was the man who had been to England children huve the New incbld and hungry or in the Europe, despising nil American land conscience, but some things I Lave ragged nnd i.nd Amwrlcnn music nnd Amerhand that wielded the seen and heard Incline me to Itiink tl.at almshouse. The needle had forgotten Its cunlng. Soul ican society because they had seen they often Imvc It. A story that was had parted at the scam. The European pictures nud henid Eurotold me the other dny points that way. and body had dropped from the palsied pean music nnd mingled in European thimble One tiny the mother of a old voyag The thread of life had snnppen society now a boy gnc him two slices of buttered finger. let it suffering human drop into Is so common that it sensible man bread, telling him to give one of tlm and grave. The spool was all unwound. would no more Imast of It than if he to his little sister. He curried out he the scpulcher was digged not with sex- had been to New York or llostou. Her older. That night, when he went to All the rivers and lakes and seas have spade, but with a sharper and bed. he was evidently disturbed in Ms ton's shorter implemtnt a needle. Federal turned white with rage undev the smitmind nnd remorseful nbout something, and confederate dead have ornamented ing of tha steamboat wheel. In the ami mother questioned him inn way gravca at Arlington Heights nnd Itichphosphorescent wnkc of It sril the to bring out the truth. "I I wasn't mond nnd Gettysburg, thousands by world's prcv,. critics. commercial nice to Peggy about that bread and thonsnnds, but it will tnke the Through the axle of that wheel nations butter," he owned. "Why," nsked Ills trumpet to find the million join hands, nnd America says to Venmother, "did you take the bigger graves of the vaster army of women ice: "Give me your pictures," nnd to piece'.'" "No, he answered, "hers wa France: "Give inc your graceful apneedle slain. ii little bigger than my piece wits, "Give me Besides all the sewing done for the parel," and to England: mine ns n good deal btittcrerl" Ik bonithold at home, there nre hundreds your Sheffield knlvea nnd Nottingham lou Transcript. of thousands of sewing women. The ioccs and Manchester goods, and I will jrntredy of the needle Is the tragedy give you brrndsluffs, corn nnd rye nnd Hun ii Grrni Kutnr. f hunger nnd cola ann insuitann norne- - rice. I will give you cotton for your "Any brignt boys In your scl mills. I will give you cattle for your ckness and suicide live- nets. Jimmy?" ut I hear the rush of n wheel. Worn- - slaughter houses. Give me nil you have "Yes; Pilly Ooff kin ent a whol puts on tne Dana ana aujusis ids to spare, nnd will give you all I hnve pie in two bl'.fs." Chlcugo Daily and cit trument, puU urr foot on the treadla to spure." And oid. year. sum-ncthree-fourtCROP-HAL- ES. .Me-thin- rlcultural tnpie of such world-fluencc as the south has of cotton ton nnd cotton seed bring to sou farmers on nverngr of $300,000,0 w 'pOO SENT THE WHEEL lm-p- or To-da- y o cot-to- PIG-IRO- $75,-000,0- ovcr$IO,-000,00- and begins. Ilefore the whir and rnttle pleurisies, consumptions, headaches, backaches, heartaches, arc routed. The needle, once an oppressive tyrant, becomes a cheerful slave roll and rumble and ronr until the family wardrobe Is r gathered, nnd winter is defied, and is welcomed, and the ardors nnd severities of the season nre overcome; winding vhe bobbin, threading the shuttle, tucking, quilting, ru filing, cording, embroidering, underbrnldlug, set to music; lockstitch, twisted loop stitch, crochet stitch, a fascinating Ingenuity. All honor to the memory of Alsop and Duncan and Grcenough and Singer nnd Wilson and Grovcr and Wilcox for their efforts to emancipate woman from the slavery of toll! Hut, more limn that, let there be monumentnl commemoration of Ellas Howr, the inventor of the first complete sewing machine. What it has saved of sweat nud tears God only can estimate. In the making of men s nnd boys' clothing in New York city In one year it saved $7,500,000, and in Massachusetts, in the innklug of boots and shoes, in one jcar It saved $7,000,000. Secondly, I look into the agricultural world to see what the wheel has accomplished. Look at the stalks of wheat and oats, the one brrnd for man, the other hrend for horses. Coat oil" nud with a crndlc made out of five or six fingers of wood and one of sharp steel, life harvester went across the field, stroke after stroke, perspiration rolling down forehead nnd cheek and chest, head blistertd by the consuming nun and Up parched by the merciless August air, nt nnou the workmen Mug hntf drad under the trees. One of my most painful boyhood memories Is thnt of my father In harvest time reeling from exhaustion over the doorstep, too tired to rat, pale and fainting ns he snt down. The grnln brought to the barn, the sheaves were unbound nnd spread on n thrashing tlnor, nnd two men with Halls stood opposite each other, hour nfter hour and dny after dny, pounding the wheat out of the stalk. Two stroke, nnd then n cessation of sound. Thump, thump, thump, thump, thump, thump! Pounded tuicc, nnd then turned over to be pounded ngaln, slow, very slow. The hens cncklrd nnd clucked by the door nnd picked up the loose grains and the horses half asleep nud dozing over the mangers where the hay had been. Hut hark to the buzz of wheels In the distance. The farmrr has taken IiIn throne on n reaper. He once walked; now he rides; once worked with arm of llcsh, now with nrm of Iron. He starts nt the end of the whenttleld, brads lil horses to the opposite end of the field, rides on. At the stroke of ills Iron char-lo- t the gold of the grnln Is surrendered, the machine rolling tills wny am' rolling that, this way nnd that, until the work which would have been accomplished in many dn.vs is accomplished In a few hours, the grain field proslrnte before the harvesters. Thirdly, I look to see whnt the wheel hns done for the traveling world. No one can tell how ninny noble nnd been Inventors have crushed between the connh wheel and the modern locomotive, between the paddle nnd the ocean stenmnr. I will not enter Into the controversy nn to whether John Fitch or itobert Fulton or Thomas Somerset was the Inventor of the strnmbont. They nil suffered nnd were martyrs of the wheel, nnd they shnM be honored. John Fitch wrote: The Hit of Jsnuary. 1741, wis the fstal Atlanlle nations graip each oWicr't hands Iu brotherhood. While this has been doing on the water James Watt's wheel has dine i much on the land. How well remember Sanderson's stagecoach, running from Ntw Ilrunsvvlck to Kaston, as hi drove through Somervillc, N, J., turning up to the post office and dropping the, mall bags with ten letters and twe or three newspapers, Sanderson 'himself on the box, six feet two Inches and well proportioned, long lash whlplu hit hnnil, the reins of six horsea in thi other, the "lenders" lathered nlong Ihi line of the traces, foam dripping from the hits! It was the event of the dny when the stnge came. It was our highest munition to become n stage driver. Some oi the boys climbed on the great leathern boot of the stage, and those of us vvhe could not get on shouted: "Cut behind!" I snw the old stage driver not long ago, nud I expressed to him my surprise thnt one around whose head I had seen n halo of glory in my boyhood time was only a man like the rest of us. Hclwecii Sanderson's stagecoach and a Chicago express train what a difference, nil the great cities of the nation strung on an Iron thread of railways! At Doncaster, England, I saw George If in Stephenson's first locomotive. good repair it could run yet, but because of Its make and sUe It would be the burlesque of all railroaders. that rude machine, crawling down the Iron track, followed by clumsy and bouncing train, nnd one ol our Hocky mountain locomotives, with a village of palace cars, becoming drawing rooms by day and princely dormitories by night, what bewitching progress! See the train move out of one of our Jourgrcnt depots for a thousand-milney! All aboard! Tickets clipped Bnd baggage checked and porters attentive to every want, under tunnels dripping with dampness that never saw the light, along ledprs where an Inch off the track would be the difference lietween a hundred men living and r. hundred dead, full head of steam and two men In the locomotive charged with all the responsibility of whistle nnd Westing-housbrake. Clank! clank! go the wheels. Clank! clank! echo ihe rocks. Smnll villages only hear the thunder and see. the whirlwind as the train shoots past, a city on the wing. Thrilling, startling, sublime, magnificent spectacle n rail trnltt In lightning 1 e e pro-cevsic- n. Cm 1126.0-a- , 1 n n, ,'t I pic-tin- es ten-ye- trans-Atlanti- c 111- - When years ago the railroad men struck for wages, our country wim threatened with annihilation, and wr realized what the railroad wheel had done for this country over IHO.tKMJ miles of railroad in the Fulled States; In one year over $I,0'0.o00.(Vo0 received from passengers and freight; While Alleghany mountains, mountains, Hocky mountains, Sierrc. Nevada, bowing to the Iron vokr; all the rolling stock of New Yor' Central, Erie, Penn sylvania, Michigan Central, Grorgla, Great Southern, Union Pacific and all the other wheels of tho tens of thousands of freight oars, wrecking cars, drawing room cars, slerotnf; cars, cars, of all the accommodation, express and special train, started by the wheel of the grotesqua locomotive that I saw at Doncaster. For what It has done for nil Christendom I ejaculate In the language of tha text."0 wheel!" While the world has been rolling on the right wheels of the rail car or the four wherls of the carriage or the two wheel of the gig It was not until 1S7G. at the Centennial exposition nt Philah delphia, that the miracle of the century ro'.lrJ I- n- t lie bicycle. The world could not believe Its own e.vcs, nnd not until quite far nn In the eighties were the continents enchanted with the whirling, Hashing, dominating spectacle of n machine that was to do so much for the pleasure, the business. the health and thr profit of uatlons. ThrNvorld had needed It for 0,000 yenrs. Man's slowness of locomotion was n mjstcry. Was it of more Importance that the reindeer or the eagle rapidly exchanged Jungles or crags than that man should get swiftly from place to place? Was the business of the bird oi the roebuck more urgent than that of the Incarnated immortal? No. At last we have the obliteration of distances hj pneumatic tire. At last we have wings. And whnt has this Invention done for woman? The cynics nnd constitutional growlers would deny her this emancipation and say: "What better exercise can she have than n broom or n duster or a churn or rocking n crndlc or running up nnd downstairs or n walk to church with n prayer book under her nrm?" And they rather rejoice to find her disabled with broken pedal or punctured tire half wny out to Chevy Chase or Coney Island. Hut nil sensible people who know the tonic of fresh air nnd the health lu deep respiration and the awakening of disused muscles and the exhilaration of velocity will rejoice that wife and mot her nnd daughter may hnve this new recreation. Indeed life to so many Is so hard a grind that am glad at the arrival of any new mode of healthful recreation. We need have no anxiety nbniil this Invasion of the world's stupidity by tlie vivacious nnd laughing nnd Jubilant wheel, except that we nlwnys want it to roll In the right direction, toward place of btisi ness, toward good recreation, townnl philanthropy, toward usefulness, toward plnccH of divine worship, nnd never toward immorality or Sabbath desecration. My friend, Will Cnrleton. the poet, said what I like when he wrote: pat-nger nine-trcnt- I nrch-angel- 's Wo claim a ere.'1 utility that dally must 1 I - 1 trnns-Atlant- lc thoe rolling wonder, I stand bv tht wayside, fnr enough olf to avoid Urine, run over, and in amazement nnd etm grat illation cry out, in IVeklel'spKvm. olocy of the text: "O vhectl" crease; We flalm from Inactivity a sensible re lensej A constant mental, physical nnd moral help feel, mat ni'i. s turn enthusiasts and cry i n the wheel! ..ou mo Never yet hnvlng inounUd ohe of In- ir,'"tT-'- .. T' M' .' v A SENATOR'S LETTER Peruna a Nerve and Catarrh Tonic the Talk of the World. s Ww zz 4 Hon. V V. Sullivnn, V 8, Senator from Hon. W. V. Kulllvun, United States Senator from Mississippi, in n lcttt-written to Dr. ilnrluinn from Oxford, Ml., wiyt the following: n sulTerer 'Tor MTiif time have frnmcthrrh In It most Incipient Kinge. m much so Hint I Lccantc nlnrmcil at (o my Kintrtil health. Hut, henrlnir of h n food rcmcly, ?ave It a fair trial mid Minn bepau to Improve. It effect were distinctly beneficial, remov. Inij the annoying nyinptoms, mul ai particularly torni a B tonic. "I tain plraturc In recommending your fjreat national catarrh dire, a the best I have ever tried." "W. V. Sulllvnn." IVrunn cure catarrh wherrvcr located. I'rruniv hns no uhatltutCH no rival. Insist upon having I'ctuna. Tlic IVruna Medicine Co., Coltim-bun- , O., for a free book on catarrh. r 1 lii-ePe-mn- n 1 Ad-dr- GUIDED BY INTUITION. ( Conrlnsluai WithWoman Jump out llraiirllnar lit Logic ml Win. Intuition It fniUrntly enable her to read cliataeter on tight, but vriial get nir and sirikr me at iiiicaiii))- - la the (net thai this tamp intuition project her knowledgri Into the future and nuke her alxnit a con vertatit wiUi thuiKt to come at with thing "I begin to think there it no limit to won-n- ' jutt. aim tho A the result of a cotichuion outlook. I invested reached 1) tint careful method WO, made kihxI margin, and was finally clad to let go ilh n .dm considerably larger tli an my original investment. "During a (teriud o( confidence and in the krt Hat m aii'Vf I put in hour itudymic iiMUliuii, fluctuation, "Ie t me illmtrnte. When the copper mar even-cla- enjvinrnl cloed Jt rv lur the spcculativn fever and tie ho 'hiuiiiI to male a pluintc ilixtn'l know wliat the ward stock mean. A market KmM i (J reek te her. filir e richca I had told ol my wife of my investment and of the Rood In- - might expet when the deal i thine pn,rttirc couldn't figure on the outlook if the had all ncil. Vet !ir the data and a klate and came to me with IOO the had acd in old and tohl me to buy iMnot ami ttifkii-I' l M htvv I snrcniigly told het that they "err and burial, that the might a well invr,! in dr oil well or a tunkrn alilp Hut hrr Mind wa made up I thought lewatii wnii d be a cheap one for her and the tl.-a- 1 nlx-r,- l took a Midden jump to the ne and the cleared fcJ,OU). 'Men don't af.ni ti hacnny business i'Lr.' hi Mid. win i wr Kimixred note. 'V.Q. M quirk money, but a Uml U r ' atniml roan w. u'd never te it "llravi-ns'ITten the lMrolt broker who had I wen talking; tahed to the Hour n cigar he hail jut lit. Detroit Tribuue. "The Mirpn kan of m Tnrmipnn nrli'ntlut claim to have dilC reil nn nntmratu which will stimulate t Cure tit the Wiirilrtilte (Joe Par To i It lina lifnn trifil nil trhnnl llOVS. flOl Miirtl It ril tic I iik the Cot hilc scientist! foiuiats of an electric band. if L'lotlilutf. aavc been busy inventing unnaturatwny llio lirnjn nf linl-im- r Ilnatettcr S htOin doing it has for It docR not uhvovH fellow tliat tin ich Hitters It cures fifty years beenall stom- naturally. dvtiiensia and d uoinan cxpenilfc uu ich troubles and builds up and invigorates umoiinL of money upon hex the entire syitem. There is nothing "just robe, The cIiiiiiccb urc that alio upcndf u good." lenH thniL her more poorly-rtreKKc- d I'ruleetlnn lit Until Km!, neighbor. Th illiTcrciicc In Unit the A ltll llim n.M'nnd Jnlmtunr U'llfl mrrif-one iimkcH the mibjcctnf iItckh a Btmly wherever he tuvele n toll of rone, vya asked vWille the tithcr iIoch Jiot. One by tho landlord of a small hotel up in bluyHa 1 hats a tile rope uoiiuiii who bus plenty of county what explained was for. the drummer, nnd lire escape," money nt her dlspoNa), remarked I always have jt with inc o in case of nre 1 jiiomlly: "I npond lca on drcfH thuu can let in) tclf down from the wlmlow. any of my hUtcm." When nuked litm "Seems like a ptctty good idea," said tiin 8iicli n tiling could be, for nhe nnllv lamllorrl, "lint uetH wiin lire 1'ntiiciaco hotel." ban it mlvane, at tin drcm-better thnn they, nhe re- Wave. I plied: "I don't buy the first thing How's Thlnr linppeii to cec." ThU wiih her way ol w rr.- - Hm,. iinmlro.t DMt.ira Itcivard Hint ulie iiinile n veleetlon only tnr Miliifr inv ki, nf f '.ilnrrli that cannot be CUtcd nfter hnitig mnde mi c.xnmlimtloii ol by Hall's Catarrh Cure. the dltTerent Mirletlea of ixhIk which iTnps., loieuo, w. T. CAfciny A. I. d. il.n Imi'n Irrtnvtli I. (f. the unfile! nITonlcil. or In other wonli Cheney for the tact 13)iars.and believe him that he (rine the Mime Intelligent nil liusincs transacto the subject of drch that perfectly honorable inable to carry out any tions and financially vhe ould do !o nny other with which obligations made by their firm. Mic mlrht line to detil. Wcat &. Truax, Wholesale Druggists, 0. .... , , Whnt one wenrn Ik nnd k!iouI1 be reKinnan & garded an lH'Ing In a mennure nu index Walding, Toledo, 0. Marvin, vvnoicsaio Druggists, ia tnli-t- i Inlernallv. of one's Cit llfill'u The ipilct, mod-ea- t a lliiHby acting directly upon the blood and mucous womiiti doea not choline hk. ih " for fttrert wear, nor doea the jiru-den- t suruccs ol me system, iricc Testimonial Dmum'sts. tie. one put her entire outlay upon free. Sold bv all one gown which enu be worn only Hall's Family Pills arc the best. upon rare oceaaiotm ami for which ahe Orlirln or ThitiiLaKltliiK Dny. hns no iiecettsorlc. The thoughtful "Wc ought to do something to make ourwoman do en not deem It at all ueccti-nrselves ohd with posterity," remarked one to I,nc a bonnet for every dretf of the 1'ilgnni when hc enn, by careful planning, "That's so," replied lit companion. "How manage to hae one that will be Milt-abl- e would it be to inaugurate a national holiday football to wear with each of her acvernl that will be a convenient tunc for gUlllfl?" gowiiK. To obtain the belt rcnulta oik The rest is history. N. Y. Journal. ahould decide nt the beginning of the uriil Jiut whnt sum ahnll be tct nalde To Iin Anuelra forulrt. Southern Cn.IL for dren and the acuton'R outfit be at 10:35 p. m., a Every plunucd accordingly. The ntudy nnd through Frid--y night, for Los Angeles and Tourist Car forcthougli which la thus neceaanrily Southern California, leaves the Chicago, ghrn to the atibject will often cnublt Milrraukee &. St. 1'aul IUilvvay Union I'aa- Station, Chicago, via the woman of blender purse to drei icnger Springs and bait LakeUmalia, forColall City, In better tnate thnn her more favored orado point in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Calaiater, who buy anything to ault hn ifornia. In addition to the regular Pullman porfancy nt the moment. an intelliThe care given one's wardrobe 1 nn ter, each car I accompanied by "courier," gent, competent and courteou Imjiortant Item to be conaldcred If one who will attend to the want of passengers would Kiicceed In drernlng well on a en route. Thi i an entirely new feature appreciand will little. One womnn with whom I am of lourut car service by ladiesbe traveling families or acquainted la bright nnd Intelligent, si" ated by Particular attci.ticn is paid to the alone. perlor In inanv way, jet, although ah care of children, who usually get weary on a long journey. hpenda cotifldcrnble for tlrcm general. These tourist cars are sleeping cars sup! prearnta a more or Ion dowdy plied with all the accessories necessary to After a few months' wed! make the journey comfortable and pleasant, her drcssea, which nre often hnndkomt and the berth rate (each berth will accomto begin with, nre burnt nt the .curr.i modate two person) is only 10.00 from Chinearest and no apottcd nn to be almost unpre cago to California.carAtk theor addrc- - ticket Ceo. folder, agent for a tounut rentable. When ahe goes out to spend If. IleafTord, General Pan. and Ticket the afternoon the take no pains to Agent, Chicago, III. change her dress on returning home another rum"The but wenrs it to work about the house pus this morning." girl tro?upwa she angry "What the rct of the day, and It Is only n about r" "One of her head bought a hat abort time till the gown Is too fihnhhj just like that which the other one wore."--IxmdAmwers. to wear from home. Another womnr, who adopts the oppotlte plan, tilwaj The I.lfe Smrr of Children. has In her wardrobe a generous sujiplj Is Hoxslo's Croup Cure. 1 1 tho only safe of pretty gown. The was ex and sure cure for croup and pneumonia. No plained by one of her intimate friend, opluai to itujicfy. No ipecac tp nauseate. 50 who said: "Mrs. Ulunk does not bin cents. A. P. lloxsie, HulTalo, N. Y. I any more than anyone cIm but he se There generally comes a time in the life lect the Dent material, takes good catt of a man who has money to bum whin it is I of what ht gels, and has her ilrrsci neceuiary for him to sift the a&hcs 'I own mndr over tver.v year. The old ono Topics. help to wive the new odcs, so hnt she for Chllla flir hnR always a nipjily." T1ipp two ml Fever in n hottlo of Uiiovb'h Tasii i.i:s i 'I'iimc It s simply irnnanil iiiluinoln caes are doubtless evtrcmc ones, but nil..olcHu form Not uru iHipsy i'tii.VA they Illustrate the fact that every womnn can. if she chorine, dress neatly and lte the time a man succeed in reachinc becomingly, though she expend but : the top of the ladder he is too o'd to enjoy small Mini of money for drem. House the scenery. Chicago Daily News. keeper. y lil In nj To t'nrn n l"nko Laxntivo Ilromo Otilulun Tablets. All HOME POISONING. dniggisisrufundmouoyltu fails to euro. 'So. A lir-ittwcll-drcusi'un-uatiVV well-dri'Krc- d euc-.ii'- ECONOMY IN DRESS. niectrtcKr for Hrlw. yj pM fill THF o,M5E rrAa? (im- - ...il..t-i.t.iw- ii lo-h'l- Kidneys. Liver jXM&m& "v- - zxm cliBi-Hcte- col-oi-- and Bowels ?s .f 13 Of 1 Ik ,hW' t 1 .i . aW r m'maaaall IffifaH'ul ' r y EFFECTUALLY Di6 e Ifiiti n . ii mMK9MMBMC:m w&USIjSaSk OVERCOMES CONSTIPATiolJ jlABITUAL PERMANENTLY '. .i V VnrSPyS ec. AW ft wwrn . -- riJirT cL5 .H2 - JiaalBllHUaalaataMHtllal JnHHIraHOH pimh feViriflPRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiK)UJQI m zmimmm i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHmjiu m Ta mi Uia S ITVvafca' 'afW'IB ilaimi 1 two-heade- on 1 Z uEFdALCf BVyTH&QENVINE-MAN'F'D-B-y iife ie 150 li . ! L ' Jfcw -i- " v T2J - -- J &mfy ' ll.l (Mf9RNIAjTCSYR-VF(j 5 The Unlliuir) I'linlr) (iirrl "lte mine'" lie n It Is cry dcslinble thut the conditions under which food may become her"Am I dtMtMii.i poisonous should receive more pi self, aimoiw or She hut twit ionic to remain in doubt. consldcrntiou than they do. A talented, hand ahcrcntl tpuri. the physician hax called atKinie itrangrr an", marne the liow legged ltuilermaker to whom the had plighted her tention to some glaring defects in the location of food storeriKiniK, which nre troth. Thi, of courte, make it a cinch that ahe worthy of attention. In house ia dreaming. Detroit Journal. the position of the pantry Is too often t rented iih of minor Imporiiilrlnii. tance. In Mime houses spneo unFt ranger--D)ou know ft man around der the stnln or sometie erUiilly unlieu1 by the name of Hruwn suitable and inadequately lighted nnd Man n the l me Kr tall man m tee. I neer mrt .liin I ventilated place Is thought t ta good am an atturnei urn n rich re "atne of hi ha enough for the purpose. In n great V m a fortune lied at.d .en "I m l(nin wa k right in l'n ou number Ufc pantry In n small otTshoot from the house, the cellltif.', lloor nnd know, ihtug'i weie llio new ga col let tor' Ohio huie .lournnl wnlls often being damp, owing to faulty count ruction; In some of these mutters nre rendered worse by the water taps being plnced therein without any provision being mnrle for carrying awny the droppings from the tap or overflow, from vessels Into which the water is run. One of the most frequent entries in hi Inspection notebook Ik "defective yard pavement." permuting of soakngc of tilth into the soil underneath. Not only is the wvil Huts rendered n go'l breeding ground for pnthncvnlc microbes, but It nlso m supnllcs those condltloius requisite for Increased virulence. Clncluunti Enquirer. diSick headache. Food doesn't gest well, appetite poor, bowels iicl t'ae of lleil SiirlriKH, tonpue coated. It's your A bright woman with an inventive Acer's Pills ore liver pills, livcrl mind has taken two old spring beds easy nnd safe. They euro dyspepwhich have done duty in their Intended sia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. roles until old age has biokeu their (lu-lslain ton pitiful or tnurit a LcauUful I wires and reduced W.UH Jiir iiiuiiiucnu I state of decrepitude, Vrnwii i rtfli li rk" Then uta fastened them ignlnst her back fence, and already BUCKINGHAM S DYE WUCSr3 trained vines are beginning to creep iboul their unslghtliuchs nnd peep din ugh the slats, with n promise of olossoms Inter on which will turn the Cure a Congli or Cola at once( ild spring beds Into n glory of crimson iTrmin villinul fall. tml gold; and It Is snfe to say when tho t. H.. irtW ir llruiicliiti. CrtPDC. and IHonrkCiif. time comes no one who Is not. initiated .i.r ni liicloipiecritelt. Mo!.limtHii--i- l into the secret will be able to tell the tptiall UpM- . HUICK, tmr lrauiVPi oundatlon of the trailing vines.- - Pitts-jup'Dispatch. itiiiciie. ' the) ming girl ask rx-h- The rich, ta rnted, handtome stranger prottmtea himte.l at the feet of the beautiful cathirr m the laiimlr). 1 llrrnm. .Sinirce n( lliinurr to (ll)llll I'miils, li n YVlirn vnu aep .1 man enurp tn ennfes a , , . nils ,.,!, mi.,,, lilllll ,1... tlllllliv" ,V 11V l.,. .. .u.l. nil 1... one to conceal Chicago Daily News. LXV.lt !,,, The Public Award the Palm to Hale's Honey of Horchoutid and Tar for coughs. Piko' Toothache Diop Cure in one minute goe tic-tle- nl , well-know- n of the stealing done nowadavs under another name. Chicago Daily News. Two-thir- NM SMYTH CO MAMMOTH MAILORDER. HOU! After phvsician had given me up, Iwi saved by Piso's Hire ltalph I'ricg, Pa., Nov 22. 1S03. m ;WCST MADISON 5T to 166 IHICAGO 25c. UVv uia i V o I.I'e' path alwa.vs strewn with thorn lo tl.r) man who misconstrues. Chicago Dis paten 1 ' 5,000 GUITARS AT Thb Guitar b rrad tion mahogany with cither solid rosewood or walnut fingerboard, pearl inlaid position dot and German silver raised frets it has fancy inlay around sound bole and best quality American patent h:adi; the top of Guitar is beautifully bound with celluloid; i Is strung with a full set of best quality steel springs and is ready to play upon. of the finest imitaNo more, no less, S2.65 "t-a- and fruit acids will not discolor goods dyid with PUTNAM FADELESS DV1I3. Sold by all druggist.. Svr-a- t THIS ELEGANT GUITAR FOR S2.65 thaa 5,000 of them, prolubly tho largest contract In Ruitars ever mailo au instrument that posilien this tively soils from $3.50 to $7.00. lot is exhausted wo cannot dupllcato Unly Lyopcr-ntit- u this offer. Quantity talks. tocctber with on such a bfc ixilicy, could kuch nn ofXcrins to jofiiJlc. Another reason for itlspensine such a bargain 1 ju The frossin in a liome decreasrs as the library increase. Chicago Daily New. ill W THE MARKETS. ClNCtN NATJ. Nov. 18. LIVESTOCIC-Cut- tlo r r kUy Pit m rA!.vi:s K.ino coKt it 11CK)V i licavj Mix dp oUrr-- . t. in Mnpior.. g Co.iihi-amSI'KKI'-CioU- SuIpci uuliem common lit t 2f0 4 . 3 15 A a oo 3 to 3 7i 3 SO tl e, ii M) SO 3 go . I. AMUUi'K Ult.x t-- m. 3 d, S line Winter p ent .s. ..' re No. 3 l ru-- N O , a inlxcvl a (i No. ! 7J 5 10 ft (T, dl. i5 a 3 00 it iii.t i. 3 HH, 3SA h iS ; a 3J' up r 110 riAY Prune lo cliole 1 OVI lONS-MoiI. ii prK Nl 2. .... ., 3 t hroaiJcast Is tho contldcnco wo feci that every imitar wild will win for ns a whoso patron and a fric-jrecommendation wo can count upon. v o will forward tho cuitar to any address C. O. D., bubjei-- t to examination, upon receipt of 50c. We, however, advlso that us that bares return c.ih In full bo charM for money nnd wo staud ready to refund money if tho guitar is uot all and more than wo claim for it Iloinombor our ppoclal jirico ou 6,000 of J&V W)9ll per-fect- you Dcmorest'3 Family IVLsgaiinc fne three months and give you two handsome pictures ia ten colors, exact repro ductions of famous oil paintings. They are 8 by 11 Inches. Thisolicr of this great family magazine is only good for 60 days. Write to DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE Art Department as? genu ua we will send i.. IM I 10 thcmrnlyl A. Aa faBtby1 110 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY UU.'mt-Oholi-iiiJilr- r... (.' i M:-Chi- c iIro AT eroanivry nv,.i. CO ft t 87', 17 t"J l'Ui.MOKS-IVrt- irl M Inncy ,0 C7 I 4 '.'8H 3 ' 1 M OKA N N :i FLO. run inter MUt r COKN- - S --' O Nu '.' l'OUK .ii ss KAKU-Stea- Wiioui Nu 1 r tilini.uK ring i ik a... 3 4V :i J a , i 3 5 1 '. a Isl K) m 4 4ll't 6 OH, K. 3 M "lii 7i W'4 n W. L. $3 & 3.50 SHOES i sDOstat?e or exnrGssntfe and as evidence olof dood faith the 109 is allowod on first fcpurchuse amounting to Cl?? or above. OIJH MOHTHIY OHOCCHV PHICC LIST rH;,IL.j ca on receipt oj oniy iut w pariiya pay which Is listed at lowest wholesale prices every thine to oat wear and use.is furnisb uwi a9KII-- i ESTABLISH A HOME OF mm BBfilRH Frja I'LOUK-Wtu- tiT !EE I -l O TOUN KYK T- - WHY. 1-- NV N .W YOi.K. Wlu t V red , 3 61 (?(??ssS0CtjiiiNs ,? YOUR OWN Read "Tho Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustratci, containing exact and truthful informa tion about farm lands in the West,' letters from farmers and pictures oi J their homes, barns and stock. Inter-- ! csting and instructive. Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "Tub Cokn Belt," ?o Adams St., Chicago. ii. U, kl, 9 00 7,'V IV 01 -- l'UUli M N-- xrd ii os-. LAHU 1'M.OUIt-PdiUUAlN-H'lio- Western Ct Ca & , Vj 7A 4J 3 W Worth $4 to S6 compared. liulnraril liv over Willi UU1BI IIIUKUa. TTi MiHFSTER a) llALIIMOltlX nil) liuoplng-CoiiRl- 5 SO at bo.ntifrn lorn Mixed (rw- - Nu. a wlulo Kvr NnSxtfMirn CA1TLK -- First ipulltv HOIK - iv'cMtern o Nu CHAIN-WlicaiX- No Sroi IV'M 6 ft A 1,000,000 vteurer uSilClS U' 70 ia 4 4 7.1 t 3.'s 3st Fltf nimil? Iiavfr W 1. iDmieUt' rume an J price liUmpnl on ooiinin iskc 1111 1 T tB tiovr moat twwerful, PInnUt, UKNitiir ror fulllnir ncUv and Turki-- r IftllLii-d&fop fnionryof "A Ihouitml kniwur tli olitt ny l'ri-nlwell if iCinll or w 14. Rheumatism s.B;vr&. Ullll'l'li nad ItaTAUKIlI IlKOI-Ml " I lift hllllltn tUOI'HI"Htn.fnr IlliuUtlioCIIf"ftII W, (itmllulo RK Irltl liollln, fcw'.iir lrtf botlU tmr) Mnit(U(nrS- NWAANO.N kllli:UMATIC) IJUUI5 CO., HI., t'UUngu, 111. l(IOlt)4 li, """" 1lii ........--...-.-------- lin.iwn Id th quart of cold turkey chopped lie, add two tablespoon fills of butter, ne cupful of milk, suit, pepper and arclt-to tnstc, rub to ti smooth paste, .hen add the whites of slx eggs beaten tilt, buko In ctib'ai'd cups for half nu lour, ktnud'.ng the cup in y&n c yiiter. JJoubcvvIfe. Take it I" Cup. W Ouu-FLOUlt-W'liiicrp- Corn Nu 2 .tuu INDIANAPOLIS. S red ... . uiixi-ii..LOUI-.VILL- UI5J U,l --'5 a mUcil V iu cnud. ii'ui uraie tliem If, Ithouid liirt wl--, will . nJ. a tun .- 3 m 'n.i. .j.. inn inc-ijiIklnd of oilier fiie. and uldlb, plain or lf.it tn. Ililueue 11 f ree. W. L. MUCUS SHOE CO., Drockton, Kim. tUUSUIUlC kr t r S ocnu your name ana auare&s on a postal, and we will send yo.i oar 156-S- J pane Illustrated atalopue free. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. Winchester Avenue, New Htven, Cunn.'l' -- . , w I'M- j ,,, ? 180 CARTER SIM' 011 children it. UltAlN-Wlic- O.its .illxeil t'OKK-Mc- nt II .UIJICU .... Na S red.... . . LAKU Sicuni, sv X-- t lmL '" T tii aaaaMaMfTrlrl"'l i mt LUHIS WHLHt All Cough tiyruu. Twits Oixxl. UbU AILS. .. WH Ed iwllJU'lllaMaB aaaaaajaaap kL n lTPrllTn Pnl for "tnTentor "c frlmcr" II I I III v' J C.w,',Viur, 7 .r"' I .. . A, N. K. K 17R MX I III A I I iM I I Lll il wi.biwoJrTa&it.lui llroiHhesiClilca-u,riU r wnr lttllUljsltcn. tX,IUUj(ut(6rW. mcul tu till to avkhtim:k itiiif wkitim. uu IUW lUv AavcrUsr Ulr Oiul tul..r. MM Wa 1'al ftll Ml iaaaaa....H v '' immmm9&k :KgT' HHBHMaHiMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ' . T -- r "a"1 'Vl",Wi " '' T - pi - iar- - T.lHaafValKLf ' !!l!('7-llllll- . . T t tf - A- - 4, . tr, 8Y-- !. - TJ J v fBuilding J ) "' Material, Don't JJoHctc It. Threatening Iienrj. ... i ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM-BE- H, Doors and Windows, Shingles &c. Litno find Cement, Builders' Hurdwnre, Paints, Oils, etc. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FUUMSHEl). FEED STUFFS Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran, etc., etc M Ur L. P. &W. No S.Ellison cans took Dewey at his word when he said that his talents did Blacksmith and Undertaker" not run in the direction of poliPaid Dear for Ills Leg. tics mid that the best an admluis HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. B. D. Blanton, of Thackerville, Tex., trution headed by him could prom-isin two years paid over 1U).00 to doctors was mediocto euro a KuuniugSoroou his leg. Then rity. "1lVH.ii: A TRIAL when von want they wauled to cut it otf, but ho cured vJT HU'ki'iiilthlHiC done, or repair In it with one box of Buekleti's Arnica Wagon, &o llorbo!i)t: ipro'altv. Salve. Guaranteed euro for Piles, i'fio I ulo keep n full Hue of a box. Sold by all druggists. o d Senator Deboe, after spending n day at Frank Tort, loft list night for another trip to Washington, and some of his friends are 'hinting darkly that President McKIn-lemay bo asked to declare martial luw in Kuntuuky aud scat Taylor by force, In the ovout that Goubel secures a certificate of ehiction. Tho scheme further con templates securing control of the Legislature and the of Senator Lindsay in case lie will aid tnoir plaus, Democrats laugh at tho story. y ion "Kxcept in ono oontin sny the Republican paper dean." that, should DowlKip-conif- l n candidate for PresideK of Powoll Blook, Clinton St. the United States, the InuKliMit would bo revived to the detriment of the groat sailor. lUrlng purchased lie Grocery Slunk of Threats are cowards' wennoiin J.J C llomlur nil, wmiM bo yr, to evon when the power aud tho pur- llivc all old (rlrniln lo oill. Fresh flood pose to carry them out are ores- - 4ikI Choice lliirgidn. out. Everything indicate that the Dowuy incident in dead in every contingency. Most AmeriA. F. OLIVER. inoiiHMii is iuwuy T !... I . I .1 I, . Munition is EAKER, ihh General Grocer, C. E. I ( MKMAN WAGON CO., ii,m'i'.i it iii. UN iir tiii; ri:i.i:iuiATi:i Willi llaf, "' THE STEVE STAR. Ijlvcry Post-ollle- TO KILL HIS CHAM'ES. uimI Vwtl lultl. Undortakor's Goods Tripartite Alliance. Tbo Gorman newspapers nro largely displeased because tho Emperor ieou a vieit to his grand-mothee whiou is pretty good the feeling toward that Great Britain ie, by no means, cor dial. The occasion was seized to talk about an alliance to which Germany, the United States and Great Britain are to be parties. There does not appear much reason why the German editors should distress themselves on this subject. Sacu an allianuo is in the highest degree improbable at this time. r, eyi-deuc- Below and opposite It It There is somo reason to believe, Depot. K e e p s Surreys, Buggies, Horses, Arc., tor hire. Every aud it is openly charged In Chi- dation given. Your patronage accomosolicit- cago, that the suurrilluu6 uttuuka ed. Common RoeooJ, and Soil I DUok iul Casta, which on lit) Walnut Collin filtnl ur in hort not iff, nil at reasonable price. Ulftn. call. E9X, Shop a ir the Jail. IMferd & Rsgersfr want to sum you fuel that the ostensible reason for the attack is no reason at all audi that the attack upon the admiral's, houor and happiness have come, from newspapers ot two olasses,' tho sensational, gossip mongerinj,,' irresponsible yellow brand, and the staunch organs of the administration, lends strong color to "" the cburge. i THE WOKLD'S END 1'ltEDlCTEI). on Admirul Deney were prompted by a desire to eliminate him from presidential possibilities against AloKitiloy next year. The HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS is.5, TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r. ism'i'a m-if-i- &H8CERIES, .UrT"v- - xjm In L- -r ii iai t, !urrrtuf lit II l' ltinii. dfe'd.) Marble and Granite Monuments J! F res Ji LBP?wi!o-J- f TH1."1. Meats, . Queenswaro, R ran, .: a u Vf 7 b Hardware, Hay, Omu, TYOURi Limo, C1TRBI1TG-v4- - , DOOR.. and Cement. jA K9TT,9 STONH WOltK of all Kinds, IRON PtiKOJXG, &C..&0 V. PHICES WII.Ii PLEASE YOU. Bring Tour Job Work (o This Office BUT years ago the site on which Birmingham, Ala., was Founded was practically an uncultivated plan tatlon. Now Birmingham in one of the busiest and most prosperous cities in the country, and its population is increasing rapidly. little more than twenty-fiv- e deuial, iiflinuiug that November loth would be found like other days, a declaration which the cat-- , eudat has now continued. Expe-- , rieuco iu our own country shows, however, that when one date ol is falls The State Board of Health held prophecyequally another iu taken up uud until believed a meeting last week aud decided the delusion Blowly wears itst-lto quarantine the town of Uuion-tow- out. That no doubt will bo the alleging that there are sevcaBe in Germany, aud iu sustaineral hundred oases of smallpox in ing the world's reputation for stathe town. A proclamation wbb is- bility the primuto of astronomy iu sued setting forth stringent regu- thut country bids fair to have his lations for tho purpose of stamp- bauds full for some time to come. ing out the disease, which, Secretary McCormack says, has been Killed bj u Tralu. epidemic there tor several mouths. short-sightednes- It is the opinion of a German oculist that the use of the ordinary slates by school children tendB to produce As a substitute he recommends pen and ink or an artificial white slate with black pencil. The latter have been introduced in some of the German schools. November 15th past nua expected by an immense number ot per- boub throughout Germany to be the Day of Judgment aud the end-- ' luu of the world. So serious was' the delusion that the director of the iierliu Observatory, thought ' to be the most respected authority ou tho signs aud presumably tho decrees of heaven, was direct-- j ed to Issue an oflicial rescript ol, Hiolsman, Ky. fflU Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 tt If if $i f n, lb. pkgs. JK&Svti Sfivt jgfyj)wi5p 4 fVL Best Coffee for (lie Money ! vlfc. iB Try LION COVVllll nnd you will never iisc nny ol,lcr ,l ,s nl'SnlHtcly pure Coffee nnd nothing but Colfcu. 1 3 S? r Jesse Hogg, a May field negro, was run down aud killed by a passenger traiu ern Waterways Association, inhero l:ut night. He wits iu cluding GOO delegates represent- crossing in Iront of the pay tho act ofcar opiwing sixteen States, which was re- site .Meadows' storo when hu wiw btruck cently held at Memphis, Tenu., aud knocked down, tliu tram pasiing went on record unuuimously in over him, severing his head aud arm , were from his favor of the fullest development, dispatchedbody.thoPhysiuiansHo was soon i scut to sceue. Chiby federal authority, of the to his homo in Mayfield loot night, ' cago drainage channel as a navi- where ho was buried Fulton gable water link connecting the Leader, 27th. The Convention of the West- These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion hcstla "lit from front of i lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Gold Collar Button. Mtllrd (rre lor 5 lion htuli cut from Lion Coffee wrapper anil a lUmp. Mario of rolled k"11 sml with molht"of-rar- l lock, tultatilcMIko for liulir aril rrntle-incTills tbao hanjy and i.pu)ar. 1 n. JaKrANXlvAfiiaoL Hnntcl Clock. Alarm Clock. lDllvkVHUfila,'iy.Ml "3fcJ 2 ln. W $. (f to-da- great lakes and the Gulf of MexiAs a cure for rheumatism Chamberco. Cairo, 111., was selected as lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repthe place for the next meeting. utation. D. B. Johnston, of Richmond. Daisy For Neck-PiMard-Enamel n. uC Stylish Belt-Buckl- G " - ' HMH Crayons. Tor 10 lion heads and a 2c (tamp. Genuine and (lold. 18 oincnuin. rumii e. aciu rLnvuni .nwaxcniTons, Oilirrnl accoiu-timenlih outline jikiure lor a inrlnir. Kach I n 5llf hv rinrenft. (tamp. mrif yixir iratex t.B.M' 3 m rrrmrutiA I.K.ak-- (.rt inr fin linn Wltm tmlrrlnc tit r jj-- m nm In !t.1a . mnA ur UjVtii trII ckxk. llirr ailrealize the Iud., has beeu troubled vtitn that he ment siuco 1802. Iu speaking of it amount of correspondence receiv- says: ''I never found anything that ed by the Fiesident of the United would relieve me until 1 used ChamStates. It is said from good au- berlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magand thority that the letters average ic with mo. My toot was twoleu good very much, a day. Eighty per paining mo of Pain Balmhat ono me. relieved application cent, of them never reach the eyo For sale by Cowgill & Cowgill. Hickof either the Chief Executive or man, ami A. M. Shaw, State Line, bis private secretary. They are Druggists. sorted by the clerks under the like There is direction of Private Secretary noise. Thero nothingwas a making a band uover Porter, and sent to the proper de- that couldn't draw u erowd, bras many bnt larpartments for attention. The a modest man of extraordinary capacigest portion of tho letters ask for ty has walked tho streets lor years unThe next noticed. You no doubt have a Hue financial assistance. but largest pray for the President's stock fresh and brass baud, if you imitate tho assistance in purely personal mat- dou't some fellow with foweraudmake a worse noise, Veet lion hculsnnd wt-- few people (tylltliund durable Color ft lellcnto pink. Willi Jcvti i11 cuamet finish, nnd Kold trlmmlnK illuitratlon Is onlr U VM. P.J.I..L'. to-tlr- d lc wttlng ...V Box of Colored llandoroely , finish, and Hi Lmllc.V Scissors. JjM SfW9TJtJKiCji3 liitK3T'Sl-&' .hi. iMJumii nun inM. The Lion's Bride." colored Jewel In the center. This Willi welcomed or"drcMcd-up- " occatlnus by tho ladles who llko to wear different well colortil sashes Tho with any of them (liven for 20 lion stamp. and a heads nt V?.isPV ftajjr f Z? -" flltrt.II lcjrs, d Eztcnclh. fire ln hc 1 - npawr 5 collection crnj(nTswmpd mi waiittii'tiKt!" r,prrici.i ureal.-IliK- far ruttlne, trlnimiri( nnd linLsrhold tin-- , (liven lor 2 linn heads and a 2c. stamp. rtifil sultftl HD 1 O Lndlcs' Apron. biiiiHbiiIi ' 1 ters. !i a A SURE CUKE FOB CKOUI'. goods will blow his horn aud bo making quick sales whilo you aro figuring ou your losses. It is all in getting people your way. Mailed free for 12 lion rteaJt cut from Lion Coffee wrapper and a An unusually lino picture, frnr Die Imuli of tliu notc-- German nrtltt, (ia rkl Slax. It is foundiM on ChamlsMi's (.in, , "Tliu Lion's Hrtdo " Tliu story Is ami we !Jd with cuch plctm a folder, containing copy ' the jocm . ntca-stlnKhand-somo quality lawn, with alternate revcilnir anil tucks, broad hemattiottom,ai)d Is neatly Kattietnl at waist, a very supcriorand stylish article Bite, MxlO Indies. (liven for 20 lion heads and a Stamp. Mndo of Rood Child's DrnwIiiR Book. of nice nutlliif) A Rnzor. pictures bound Into book form with sheets f tissue, tlSSUU plIKCS till) leaves. On theso ' 1 ii.'rtho 9sm lottt-lhe- r W MSytCL. Mump. J- -, 7 '. (Ihrn for h HinltellliiK allnlxiutlt. Size, I i.6lnctic-s- Twenty Fire Years' Constant Without u Failure. Use Fruit Picture. I children can L trace tbo pictures tncath, thus nflonllnR enjnytnciit, as well ns lintructlon to tie hand and eyo. These drnwlm.- - lir,k and the Nix of crayons go very vull There are six dliTrrent kind, ami rch drawlnic lxxk rnjulres 6 linn head nj n tn tie A flril-tlv-- is 1, lion heads and a niror, maile of lest unit i xtm hiillow ground s Rubber Dressing Comb. WftMTIWsSSp t Tho first indication of croup Is hoarso-nes- s and in a child tmbject to that disease) it may be taken as a suro sign of tho approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is u peculiar rough cough. If Ohuuiborlaiu's Cough Remedy u given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse, or even after tho croupy cough appears it will prevent tho attack. It la used in many thousands of homes in this broad laud aud never tho anxious mothers. We have yet to learn of a single instauco in which it has not proved effectuul. No other preparation can show such a rec- escaped. years' constant use ord twenty-fivwithout a failure. For sale by Cow-giOur exchanges aro all coming for& Cowgill, Hickman, and A. M. ward with prognostications with Shaw, State Line, Druggists. to the kind of weather wo aro gothis section this winter. ing to The State Election Commis- Nearly have in farmer has ono or more every (Saturday) signs which ho considers as infallibly sion meets weather, indicative to canvas the returns of the re- lio comes of winter ho meets and when to town tho editor Election. A number and tells him about the signs aud tliu cent State have, of contests will be before the kind of weather wo aro going to obserand tho editor prints it. A cloo Board, but the general belief is vation of tho columns of our exchanges the rurul prophets that the certificate of eleotion will shows that winter is goiug to bosay that an awtho present be issued to Gen. Taylor and the fully cold ono, and tho man who doubts Republican nominees, and thut any of these infallible (?) signs is conTaylor will be inaugurated Gov sidered by tho prophet us little lees thau e ll refer-euoe T. H. Terry, urrested at Paducuh, recently, for committing forgeries in Illinois, was convicted and carried to tho Illinois penitentiary, where it was discovered that she was not a man but a woman. She had plead guilty to the charges ot forgery hut was sentenced to the pen as a man. The penitentiary to which she wus bcutcuccd viu not allowed to receive women prisoners, and besides tho papers hcutencud a man, T. H. Terry. Tho situation brings up leShe now pleads a gal complications. twin brother was the ouo charged with forgery, and that she exchanged clothing with him in Paducah and thus he stamp. Dorothy nnd Her Friends." A bright, cliecr picture. Tor 8 lion head and a 2c. stamp. A bright, lBGPKSffislll I'or 10 lion heads and n atsmp. U'tiKtb. 7 mi Ins, full size nnd weight. M.vlc of (rctmiiio imlln rntil'r, tlm-lfitildicd Approprlnic If r a Indies' dress- .lngae or lor tiso In the houiholil, Naval Box Kite. Sec It Fly I iifBim MnrarJMifBUnfl o ft Tho cele-brnU- il picture cheery heads and a 50-Fo- with her clilck- ciKUtii tier rabbits. rcprtfcnt-Imklittle clrlt'lny-Iti- Size, 1Cz2I inches, nt (liven lor stamp. A lion ThcprflomluatliiK colors are rich red and Rri.ns. Size, 14x'J8 Inches. ot Clothes Line. u kilo now to popular Thirty Inches lotiRainl comes fnfely foliltil, but cuii quickly hu spread to American tidy wuutsone, ami nliler Hy. Kvery lx Game India." elii-l,U-v- Similar to "Par. whli'h bus plnyeil In east- 1'or 19 Hon beads and stamii wo will mill t tinned, ready I'irlianclnK. fllvcn for IS lion head and stamp. , Made of closely iiriiiniii coium threads, stronu, and will she tho lest of sutUfactlon, aro interested flailed free lor 40 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrapper und a atump. viQfjfVry ern countries siuco the ilauti of bbtory Ihe shows plan of llio came, with timml counters, dice iitnl dice iti It, a wliteli kyiiiIu (liven for 2u lion nerer t'reof heads and a 2 cent stamp. lllus-natio- n -- Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. Don't overlook it I You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists ! Tllll AH0V1J ARn ONljA PnW OPTIirj LION COPPnn PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this fficr I Don't miss It I The grandest list of premiums ever offered I You alwjvs kno age, with the llil Is unbroken. I iMPORTANT NOTICE. When wrlllnir for premiums send our letter In the Mine envelope or package with the lion heads. II more than I S lion heads arc sent, jou can save postage hy trimming down the nnirclii. Ask your icroccr forlarice Illustrated premium list. Address all letters tu the Ed )PPCR sealed pack- COPPP.B hy Ihe wrapper. It I In front. It Is absolutely pure If the package I roasted the day It leave the factory. trpor on Pec l?fb( Muhuio, ' 9WWWW'&iW WOOLSOfi SPICE GO., Toledo, Ohio. i!fci r cljv. ty wi 4 ijn'T - Hj4&B&k&4fi