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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 a t 11 Y- t AC r 41 u rI J r tJ I 1 1111 c k ffMf 1 JrIw t r11J r J TIIL N COURIER 1 3- iJ If JF h r IObDEST NEWSPA J WESTERN KENTUCKY rc = 1 = = =oc =1A LISlIED 1859 HICKMAN FULlON 00 KY SEPT 28 1900 J a VOL XXXV NO 44 IPS TO PLY THE MISSIS SIPPI +g Going VflflselH from Saint Louis to the Unit From Hickman Direct to Liv 4f orpool4fof Hio Chicago groatdentability of n whip canal from the Quit of Mexico to Lakri Mlohlgiui via tho MiM tailppi acid Illinois morn uinf tlu drain age canal Mr Jainoi A Beddon who tuHiU nl Ilirt Loud ohJd profusion as ml engineer says ho has solved tho problem of running ken going vowels through the Mlwiwdppi Valley Ho UK Humes that whleh iJI n tact that there Is always and nt nil time in tho Mine iMippi nunrneumt amount of wider fur the largestship bntlt covers too much river bed1 and thoreforo tbi shallow place flu suyk the Hood destroy tho channel nud that if tht floods nro stop ped the river would soon maintain a channel nil ufllclonu Therefore ho sepal slop tho Hood Tlio drulnago eli nn ixceptlug a inllwi which is uucom pleteilj ts large enough for the largest slap from ChloaijflVtb Lockport lul4 thoGovuriimunt mss tTiko up tho work from Ixjckport the Uulh The east of a 20 foot waterway to the Mlssixslppliii jj ilmatfd nt nixty million dollar lu i l Inlj tain points of xuflloiimt power and WOK ultudo that tho water nt Cairo shall never exceed about 41 feet Hu plan nhxiis to turn tho noel kilo the St Francis batch instead of iicmilttiug it to go off down the MltHkuippi tq do IU fvurfu work of destruction rho Bt Vnuoh 1 tuuiu rcaohtM from Cairo to Htlrna ndout 200 miles long Iud trout 4fitoU3iuik4 wide anti through this Mr Soddou would cut a runway throogh II which Hood water could lx turned at II will and then iu low water could be permitted to take lW conrao to the lullII 4Of condo there ii much moruof dotaiU tt- tI ir x J to to ifWlwt1iMLG4 f C at t a N 1ImF6 T11 u dn d and fifty million dollars And moreover tho plan U approved by lend tug engineer anti will bbo ptuhcsl by notivt brainy men who can command millions of dollum PROFIT 111 TilE LESSON prom BU Louis Republic t Itbi Will wetter of course a national duty for tho American people to pay the war tax uecwwary to defray tho cost of the campaign in the Philippines and of tho recent operations in Chli nun dcrtaktug which liaro required during the past two uiontlu expenditure ag gregating 4583205 or uu average of About 7HlOOOpor day This enormous disbursement la ab sorbed by war Even though the nd uiinutrutiou at Washington contends that a state of war does not uow taUt in tho Philippine the American people cannot but draw different concluxions 4 from tho fatty which they are compell ed to face It is n pretty serious war which demands the expenditure now luovitablu for tho maintenance of our tinny iu tho Philippine which makes nectwsary tho hurried return to Manila of the troops smut to China witch continues to swell the cosaality lists re ported to the Wur Department by ion McArthnr Wo should not relish nny stronger proofs that wo ore engaged in tv war ut tie pmtunt moment Hut while paying their war taxes it iiI proper that tho American people should profit by tho lemon now being taught This des ou constitute a po tent tlluHtnitlou ot the evils that must attend nn American nnrrundcr to tho policy of Kuiplrc and of laud grabbing in tho Eastern Hemisphere which in wisely forbidden by the sound Ameri can doctrine now HO openly disregard edJt tho very beginning of the new 4 enter of things brought ubcut by tho greed of Emplni tho cost to tho Ameri tilUOOMinevitably develop lido 1u prolonged war for tho extermination of HUOOOOOJOO ipie Ix now on in tho Philippines rime menace of war with some lint sloes Power grows greater the moro wo mod the with attain in tho Old World Time prico in money titld blood ot the iiew American policy of iiwxirinlism prom iues to bo appalling It id not probable that tho American people will consent to fasten this burden upon thcniHelvea at tho dictation of time Aniwrican trusts who lire using tho Government nn a trait possession AiKTiuA IH tie one country in tho world which never pnteh woman In prison Instead of giving ufelnutaprls oner HO many mouths in jail bile is IjOl1tIe no matter how terrible ifl her reconl to one or other of tho convents dovoted for tho purpose anti kept there during the time for which she is sentenced The convent to not u mere prison in dis guise for Its court yard stuuda open all tiny long time only bur to egress being n ran who uoU as iwrteress justas iu other cgavents t 1 r i ni1mmmmmnmmtt mmu1 = 4J =Our IIAutUIn Disii S 1 = o- fr 4jh rrr iMHiflHfiFinehery4 f 1 = Dress Goods and Trimminr = 0 Q Jackets apes an 1ts 3 i My i GoodsS t fiotes c 3 WILL BEGIN I WEDNESDAY t 3rd J coivliulh WVitcl to extfmep Stocks 4r ouri11C IW Our purchuses include large stpcksjmyevery de partment bought just tt the tittl to secure = E the lowest prices of the yeare are pre 3E pared to sell youi goods as lomwl you ever =i lriarI f L B lIisont iIicW i v v 4 ffofcv WWR A A Gen Dead Gen John M Palmer ox U S Bonn tor trout Illinois acid lutugold democrut nomtnco fur President died In Spring nets 111 Tuesday IIo was 83 Ho was sick only about hours TUB increase in population under tho now census calls for redistricting stud additional members iu Congress from most States i Hlekitifiu and Levee MEMPHIS TKNK Sept 5Bids for tho of tho Lake county lovco have boon opened by 0 Harris Chairman of the Lake County Levee nt lone Tho cull for tivo miles r now levco work tho cost of which will be i8308970 This is covered by bond issue of JlOOOjX The for the work was to T II Carey nt 1809 cents touts per cubic yard o d Funeral Sermon A preacher at Ft Scott Kun dolly wbrd to you nil Post mortem praises ere in then ir People kiss their dead terical sobs but fait to throw their arms around their loved sues who fight tug thu jitern battles life A word of choerto the soul iu life is nil thu rosos of chnst over casket covers 1i LACGEDE HOTEL CASE Judge Sets the Jurys Verdict Aside- S The Fulton Circuit Court was occu pied pretty much all last week In tho trial of tho case of tho Dickson Brick Co vs 8 Curlin known as tho La case Tho Dickson Brick Co sued for 000 Curlin claiming contras- price t nt II 1200 but admitting somo ex tra work agreed to Amounting to several hundred dollars nUll claiming for defective work Tho jury returned verdict allowing tho Dickson Brick Co 4852X6 fdr xtra work over tho con jifact tUIDand also allowing Mr Cur IJn damage to the amount of 00225 which after crediting time judgmne with 7400 previously paid left him in debted totho Dickson Brick Co about 8000 Judge Robbins set tho verdict if the jury aside not being able to provo same and rendered judgment giving the Dickson Brick Co S4Q51 with interest from date of judgment und ordering property to be sold to satisfy said judgment And from this both plaintiff and defendant prayed an ap- pealI which was granted POSTAL FRAUDS The Cuban postal frauds havo been investigated hnd the report printed Judging from tho extracts printed Wednesday it Is nn interesting document t with dashes cf grim humor That Messrs Neoly and Rath bone suc coecded in having good time at tho expense Is evident Mr Neelys of funds dnd Mr Rathbones carelessness are clearly established ThQ story of the di rector generals oHlcial carriage offl cialI residence nnd offIcial travoliB expenses would be amusing were it not so serious The sudden wealth display ed by Neely the ntith after ho be pan drawing hu+ salary of4lM CJ yea and the luxury If irMoooe for which the government paid urttcu itsnutI I as the Fannie a dog I to the utter non chalanco of these Cuban postal officials rrr To the I ILAJ1Ett NICE NEW OFir STREET AND NOr BY I s HACK 11 ft 1 Of the Very L Styles t ji I I X SWELL + I n P Bjj r- M I J J = ==7 FO Ladies and Child ens Dress SOON HatsI M BaSEttriili S SONS j1 Palmer M J of Tlutonvllta construction J Commission Tiptonvillo specifications of II contract awarded h iiTnlbruli foOrjIlivingIheyare of struggling WjMthjfikbrothan vtidotgtpllinghigh J clcdeIIotel damages a n ap n a governments misappropriation M r transportatioit of i LINE test I I I HELD UP AT UNION CITY Dr Hall Beaten and Robbed Sunday night Dr W U Hall a well knowu citizen of Union City when on his way homo was knocked down with 4 heavy blows on tho head and robbed of 10 iu sliver Dr Hull who is a crip plo was lort for lead but drugged himself to hits homo The country was scoured for his assailants Ibis hurts are painful and serious but not cousid ered fatall p I Howard Found Guilty Jim Howard one of the men charged with the assassination of Gov Goebel u whoso trial has been in progress at Frdnkfort the past two weeks on Wed nosyoy was found guilty by tho verdict of tho jury and his punishment Iliad at death The proof against him was that he was In tho building at the time Goe bel was killed that Immediately after wards ho was soon running from therx not knowledged to different persons that he did kill Goebel This much was proven t against him but it Is also true that heiiII proved by witnesses that ho was else whefo at the time of tho shooting and jit was true that both sides introduced j witnesses to prove the incredibility of time other sides witnesses Tho defend 1 intthat will appeal time case Vote Bryan Expects to Elect I The following is taken from what iaIt1 lrepresented as tho National Democratic Campaign Committees calculations It Jjs virtually conceded by the Repab f frlican shortstops that Kejitacky West f Virginia and Maryland will go to Bryan and that tho Nebraskan will capture 11camctIJ L rTtho Importance of Illinois ITeataekV Maryland and West Virginia ia the lee toral computation V J Electoral vote cast for Bryaa ia 1896 vv17r Kentucky i V 1- 2MarylandTfi 8 West Vlrgiaiaoo 7 Y IlliuOls to 24 Total 238 NecC883ryto elect v 224 i Bryan received Cae of the tklrtewj C s electoral votes is Kentucky foar VeM jMO and therefore only twelvo votssi etyisipgt to tho 1896 quota ia the for lffR lM It is believed by the coDS KMlve x l wkni of tho party however Mint rtBtfrah timay loco a few electoral vetea ia tytt Wait and that the electoral veto of WkM ill addition to Illlaeie Ohio at Nilw York will be necessary wsave thorI olttUoo CaIsof the situation in Cuba ho said The Cubans havo held their local elections preliminary to the establish ment of a government for the Wand erliy eminent By tho terms of the fowrth clause of the resolution of interveaHio to secure tho freedom of Oaba Con gross disclaimed any intentioa to exer ciao sovereignty over Cuba except for tho promlimedconii whenthataccomplishedUnder havebeen w ment of n stable government by the a people In tho exercise of franchise those who served in tho army of the exceptedfrom r ter that ho must bo possessed of em vrorth of property or bo able to read and write All who served in the revoln tionary army arc at liberty to vote with out restriction The revolutionary party which has been largely successful in the recent Independencc Control or supervision by tho United States and tho immediate withdrawal of tho American troops Tho more conservative people merchants and bus lmess men many of whom are Spanish and the Cubans of some wealth and rwithmany desire continuance of tho super vision of tho United States 08 Spiders in Ills Ear tKcnnett Mo Democrat This sounds like a fish story but it is never tlto loss true Quo day last week the eight year old son of James Hawkins living one milo north of Senoth corn plamed of having asovero headache On examination there was discovered a simpleremedyder and twenty ouo ran out at one tlmo after which they got Dr t ereiice oLSoucth who took out i 03 largo grown spiders of the black variety and on Monday of Lawii r week hits father took him to villa to Dr Young who by tho tho Xrays took out of tho car three of eggs and a hand full ot webs 1 i20000 TO 11UKAEFAST y il870 Sen YeroIu Attendance I I PARIS Sept 22 Under a tent cover lug 35000 square meters 20000 break fasted as tho guests of Fratico In the Tuiler l Gardens today The banquet was given by President Loubet to the Mayors of the municipalities of France in honor of the Exposition procl11loMtuken The arrangements had boengo tug forward for some weeks and result ed in snch excellence of detail that the event Was carried to perfection without +a hitch K 0 r It 0- i ri 4 tt o X j1 r j I J4IThe Hickman GEORGe WARREN Publisher t1ICIMA KENTUCKY t tCURRENT TOPICS Railroads ore spending millions to improve their stock in Iowa The supreme court of TennesseeI las barrrd women as attorneys Not many battle ships in the wort can get away from the Alabam- aIt is estimated that Parisians spendI 120000 every year upon confetti The launching of the battle ship Ohio will not take place until spring Archbishop Feehan of Chicago has accepted chancellorship of A O II I The silverware belonging to Queen 1flctorJIls table is valued at 12lOO 000Biggest workhouse ia the world IisI j In Liverpool It has accommodation for 5000 l It will surprise many to learn that ear diseases were studied some 3400 years ago In the best of years Europe never j products enough wheat to supply her own needs All signs point to Vancouver as th great center the mining capital of Ii Uritlsh Columbia The tidal wave along the Texan coast will rank among the most dls I blstolJJ are always J they grow no tI The corn crop of the United States this year covers 1200000 acres more than Jt did last year 5 More newspapers are printed in the United States than In England Ocr many and France combined i England has the greatest number of lighthouses and lightships one for v I every 14 miles of its coastline r The rice eating Chinaman could I consume the present worids greatest crop of wheat and still go hungry I Pike dace roach barbel chubInv Ifcdeed all British fish but trout and- almonare known as coarse fish Gusste Kaabe aged 22 of New York swam 12 miles in seven hours in the Hudson river without once touching r groundAmong the Chilians a belief pre rails that the juice of onions Is dsure sure for typhoid fever if given in its fft stagesft York restaurant esti mates its loss ia food spoiled while 1 oa the counters and in the windows at 3000 a year Corkand poplar are the tightest woods in the world and pomegranlte one of the heaviest it is more than s waterat1 = An automobile recently mode the- i z I paet4n24ainufessanother route la less than tnree hours The distance is 25 miles i In the formation of a single locomotive steam engine no fewer than 4416 pieces have to be put together and these require to be us accurately i adjusted as the works of a watch I Dragon fly grubs ore most destrue r ttvet to the fry of fish Out of 50003 turned into a pond one April only 54 ii could be found the following Septem f dragonJpNot far from Laytonville Calajffcrop of little volcanoes has appeared There are 25 of them each with the characteristic crater and from each t v crater gushes mud and warm vapor t Each volcano Is about five feet I high Jn Bavaria each family on Faster Sunday brings to the church wardfire a walnut branch whlclf after being partially burned fIs carried home to i be laid on the hearth during tem pests as a protection against light ning f Engllahfr ly i2 municabllity Here is a sentence 4 l i from n recent biography But the free kirk of the north of Scotland are strong antidlBestabllshraeuta rains i1 Most people talk about n million t without realizing what it really is countrten hours a day it would take him r S3 10 days to finish the counting of 1000000 It is said that on a general rule- rr substantial frame buildings in Gal a j I blastsjthough buildings t were picked up bodily and carried s awaysI the milk rarsing section tributary to New York has been burn 4 1tIt d by longcontinued dry weather ABU result the price of milk has gone iitip and there 1s a prospect that the tlj poor will have to do without the ar jaltogetherjin the better class of 1 houses the bedsteads are surrounded y with n close kind of netting begin ning at the floor nnd gathered at the v top This is intended as a protection against tarantulas the bites of which A are poisonous IThecostliest paintings of modern times are Meissonlcrs 1814 and MIL J H glibe I T Angelus According to a return of the fm U perial custori nuthorltles the total finumber of foreigners resident In the IIrcpenports ot China was 13421 at the end of the year 1898 I The average cost of two months good fishing in Norway for one per Ion is about S750 including rent of water The sportsman who In this tin kills 1000 pounds of eahnfln ii Iplnr well CTErDr Talmage Speaks of the Earthl Life of the Savior toChrlatlani CoinUte Qun11 tie Which Wrr Iut Conmilcu- ou The Spirit of lined Work Copyright JVOOb louts lopchl dIn this sermon which Dr Tahnage sends from Parts he analyzes the char actor of the Saviour and urges all Christine to exercise the qualities s which were conspicuous In Christ s earthly life The text iIs Itomnns 80 tINow If any man have not the spirit of Christ he is none of Ills There Is nothing more desirable than Without It wea pleasant disposition cannot be happy ourselves or make others happy When we have lost our temper or become impatient wade some light cross we suddenly awaken to new appreciation of propor equi poise of nature We with we had been born with self balance We envy those people who bear themselves through life without any perturbation and wS flatter ourselves that however little self control we may now have the ofoears when we will be mellowed and softened and the wrong things which are In us now will be aM right forgot fun of the tact that nn evil habit In our na tare will grow into larger proportions and that an iniquity not corrected will become the grandfather of a whole generation of iniquities So that peo pit without the grace of God in the struggle nail amid the annoyances anti- exasperntfors of life are apt to become worse instead of better Now the trouble is that we IIHVC a theory abroad in the world that a mans disposition cannot be changed A man says I am irascible In tem per and I cant help It Another mba sass MI nm revengeful naturally and I cant help it A mon says I am impulsive owl I cant help It And he tells the truth No man cin correct his disposition I never knew a nran by force of resolution to change his temperament but by Ills grace God can take away that which is wrong and put IB that which ii right and I know end you know people who since thflrI conversion are just the opposite of what they used to be In other words we zany by the spirit of God have the disposition of Jesus Christ Implanted In our disposition and we must have it done or we will never see Heaven If any maa has not the disposition of Jesus Christ he is none of Hit In the first place the spirit of ChristI was a spirit of gentleness Sometimes He made wrathful utterances against Pharlseee and hypocrites but the most of ills words wr kind and gentle and loving and inoffensive When we con I d Ci omntnotnpIt81jt sailants the wonder is greater We often bear the persecution and abuse of the world because we cannot help it Christ endured ittwhen lie could have helped It Little children who al ways shy off at a rough man rushed Into Ills pretence and clambered on Him until the people begged the mothers to take them away Invalids so sore with wounds toot they could not bear to have anyone come near them begged Christ just to put ills hand upon the wound and soothe it The willlag arms Self righteous people rushed into Ills presence with a woman of debased character and snide Now annihilate her blast her kill her Jesus looked at her and saw she was sorry and repentant and He looked at them and He saw they were proud and arro gant ant He said Let him that U without sin CUlt the first stone alt her A blind man sat by the wayside makin a great ado about his lack of vision They told him to hush up and null bother the Master Christ stooped to him and said What wilt thou that I do unto thee Gentleness of voice gentleness of manner gentleness of life We all admire it whether we have anysl It or not Just as the rough craglovetheir feet and an the stormiest winter loves to merge into sunshiny spring so the most precipitate and impulsive and irascible natures love to think of the gentleness of Christ How littl we have of It 1 How little patience i n treating with enemies We hove so little of the gentleness of Christ we are not fit for Christian work half the time We do not know how to comfort the bereft or encourage the disheartened or to take care of the poor fenour voice of sympathy is on the wrong pitch My slater had her arm put out of joie end we were in the country and the neighbors came In and they were all sympathetic and they laid hold of the arm and pulled mightily until the anguish was intolerable but the arm did not go to its place Then the country doctor was suit for and b9 came in and with one touch it was alll puthlfingers We go out to our Christian work With unsynlpathttIc while some Christian In the gentleness of Christ conies along puts his hand of sympathy on the ore pottine torn ligaments are healed and the ills turbed bones are rejoined Oh for this gentleness of Christ The dew of our summer night will ac complish morn than 50 Carrlbbean whirlwinds How Important it is that in going forth to serve Christ we have something of His gentlencBsI Is that the way lye bear ourselves when we are assaulted The rule Is an eye for ao eye a tooth for a tooth retort forje tott sarcasm for sarcasm Give Mu as much as he sends After owhfje youI look up into the face of Christ and youI see ills gentleness and you mijt 11e11 now I must do differently The nI yoyuI have your enemy in n corner You willII never get him in n corner again Chat- Use him and then let him go So weI postpone the gll1tlnelllof Christ Did1I difficult to beyou ever know any healed by acerbity and hypercrltlclsm About 45 years ago the PresbyterianIi church was split into the new school1I and the old school The chasm gotl1 wider and wider The most outrageousIi personalities were Indulged in GoodI anathematized I men on one side good men on the other side Wider andI wider the chasm got until after awhile some good people tried another tack and they began to explain away thedlt flcultles and soon nil the dluVrertcc ai were healed and at Pittsburgh they shook hands and are one now to bone e forever Did you ever know a lrunkan11hCl- nIDltc1 by mimicry of his staggering steps his thick tongue or his lttC cough No You only madden his brain But you go to him and let himI know you appreciate what an awfull struggle he has with the evil habltrandI you let him know that you have bestsI acquainted with people who were down In the same depths who by the grace of God have been rescued He hears your voice he reminds to that sympathy and he is saved You cannot scold the world Into anything better You may attract ft Iuto something better The stormiest wind cornea out from its hiding plrtte and says I wiltt arouse this sea And it blows ups the sea Half of the sea Is aroused or a fourth of the sea Is aroused yet not the entire Atlantic But after awhile e the moon comes out calm sand placid It shines upon the sea and the ocean begins to lift It embraces all the highlands the beach is all covered The heart throb of one world beating against the heart throb of another world Time storm would not rouse the whole Atlantic the moon lifted It And I said Christ if I be lifted upIi will draw all men unto me Christs disposition was also one of self sancrlfloe No young man eve r started out with so bright a prospect as Christ started out with If he hutt been willing to follow a worldly ambi tion In the time that He gave to tin sick lie might have gathered the rat est fortune of Ills time With JIll power to popularize Himself and mag attire the people He could have gainedI official position No orator ever won such plaudits as He might have won from sanhedrin and synagogue and vast audiences by the seaside 1o physician ever got such a reputation for healing power BIt He might have at tamed if lie had performed JIll won derful curesbcfore the Iloroan H1lstot racy I say these things to let 3oa know what Paul meant when he said tIle pleased not Himself and to howi something of the wonders of lll 11k tCL hlrrltnnatr toet could not have thrown Christ Into theJ manger IJ he bad not chosen to gojlI there All Satanic strength could nott 1 have lifted Christ upon the cross if liei had not elected himself to the tort uu i I To save our race from sin and death npd hell be faced all the sorrows of this world and the sorrows of eternity How much of that selfsacrific have we What selfsacrifice It Is my walk jj Ing a long journey to save you from fatigue It Is my lifting a great num ben of pounds to save you from thell awful strain It In a subtraction fromII my comfort and prosperity so that f there may be an addition to your ombt fort and prosperity How much o rathersayplowbrother and sister were passing down the rood They were both very desti intuft Tint lad had hardly any gar mutts at all Ills sister had scoot that coldgday She said Johnny come under 10 j this coat Oh no he sold the coat Isnt large enough Oh she t said It will stretch He comes under the coat but the coat would not stretch So she took off time coat and put It on him Selfsacrifice pure andw simple Christ taking off his robe toIj IIIyou coin pared with that The sacrifice of the r Son of GodII Christ walked to Eyp mans ChrlltII BethanyChristgotha How far have you and I walked efor Christ His head ached Ills laartII muchhae I Tine disposition of Jesus was also fa f disposition of humility The Lord of earth and Heaven In the pntime righthandtheand the Oregon and the Ohio and the Mississippi bending over n well to i drlllkHe i canopy the heavens anti set the earth for n foot stool admitting that Ho hndnotwhere to lay his head lIe whose chariots the clouds are walked with J sore feet Hushing the tempest on t Gennesaretand ofthesittingdlsdphiR as though he had done no Illsbrowhop TllkIiIng the foot of death off the heartof Lazarus and breaking thus chain of the rnanblewalkingout any more pretension than n plain citizen going out In the suburban vII J loge to spend the t asthoughsurd outlawNlpknameE1 publicansand hi Ring ofl1uvenmind Earth trailing ills robes In the dUitt I Row much ef that humility hue tve7 If we get n few more dollar than other people or Rain a little high er position oh how we strut We go around wanting everybody to know theft place and Buys 3t not this great Babylon that I have built for the honor of my kingdom and by the pnlght of my strength 1 Who has anything of the humility of Christ The disposition of Christ was also the spirit of prayer Prayer on th I mountains prayer on the urn prove among the sick prayer everywhere Prayer for little children Father hiddeIthesen lent and revealed them unto babes Prayer for His friends Father I will that they be with Mo where I nnr Prayer for ills enemies Fa they forgive them they know not what they do Prayer fQr all nn tions Tiny kingdom come How little of that spirit you anti I lute plow soon our knees get tired Where Is the vlnl full of odors which aro the prayers of all the saints Which of us can keep our mind ten win tites on a jirayerwlthout wandering Nut you not I Oh thnt we nigh flare the spirit of prayer which wu the spirit of Christ We woof moro prayer In the family morn prayer iIn the church more prayer In the login ilAtlve hall more prayer among tun tuk more prayer among time aged more prayer among the young The xrent advancement of the church I s to be in that directloisvret While the council of Nuremberg ygs signing the edict that gave the Hurch its freedom Martin Luther sac nway off in n roam by himself praying for that accomplishment Tl tigh there was nn line of oem irmilciitlon between the place where the council was assembled and the Twni where Martin bather was pray Iinr Martin Luther suddenly rose from htt knees tedsaid It IIs ncoom ijii +Bed the chtireh Is free Victory Virtory Oh for title direct line of Wmmunlcatlon with the throne of bmT so that It may be wild of u TB I s it was wild of Luther He got tlat he asked foci We wimt like btniel to prey with our tape toward the holy city Wo wont like Stephen to pray guying into Heaven Wr wont till the publioun to pray smiting on wantele Christ to pray the Christ who nptled ills heart of all Its life marl and then filled it with the lOr- I tans the woes the agonies of all tstlons roll mountains and the tnldnlcht air praytrIvis a spirit of bard work Nut antlaxy i nmtnt in all lily life Whether lit his talking to the fishermen on the 1 fi h or preaching to the sailors on- t iI dock or administering to the rust f1 amid the mountains or spending m evening In Bethany rlwaybusy otjhers With hands heart head Mao llsdutnt 11hehrrJh carpenter shop teaching the lame hoW to walk without crutches curing the childs fits providing rations for the hungry hot Busy busy busy The hardy men who pulled the net out of the sea filled with floundering treas ures the shepherds who hunted up grassy plots for their flocks to nibble at the shipwright pounding array In the dr docks the winemakers of Env rill dipping the Juices from the vat and pouring them late the goatskin were not more busy than Christ Busy oudy for others From the moment lie went out of the caravansary of Uethlehem to the moment when the rplx plunged Itjt6 the socket on fEa bloody mount busy for others Does dataftot remind me of myself If we lift a jturden It must be light If we do work It mutt be popular At we lit the pew it must be soft If ue acre In a sphere of usefulness it must DC brilliant If we Inane to toke hold of a load glee us the light trot of the og In this way to Heaven fan us jrock us slug us to sleep Lift us up toward Heaven on the tips of your flngers nnder a silken sunshade Standout of the way all you martyr who breasted the flee Stand out of tine ay and let this colony of tendr fodt d modern Christians come up and let their crowns What has your Lord done to you Christina that you should betray film Who gave you so much riches that you can affnfi to despise th ivynrdg of the faithful At thin mo sent when all the armies of Heaven and earth and hell are plunging Into me conflict how parr you desert the uandard 7 tab LackalWdcn Chrktlnn u jnhotUHSe for you to stArt anew for Heaven Now I have shown you that the ills osition of Christ was a spirit of gen teness a spirit of selfsacrifice a iplrit of humility n spirit ofprayer spirit of hard workfive point Will ou remember them Are ypurendy DOW for the tremendous announcement of the text It any man have nut the spirit of Christ he ila none of Ibis Are you reads for that state meat Can you stand up and ayt Yearehuve the spirit of Christ Sot one of us can make that answer to thr full question yet I nm to de are to you there Ila no discourage iBPrtilrf this subject forphrlsUnn pro pfd You have the seeds of tuba char aitcr planted in your soul It doth M4 yet appear what we shall be You as well blame an acorn for not being nn oak of a thousand yearn as to blame yourself because you are not equal to Christ You hove the Jra plantation within you which will en large and develop into tine grandest Christian character and there I1s no encouragement In this text for you to try to love and serve the Lord Aim high 13hcathr mot your sword until you have gained thelustvlctory Climb hr and higher until you reach the celestial hill Crowns bright and ra diantfor nil the victors but death to every deserter I HIGH WATER 11 TEXAS One Tows Swept Away and An other Partially Wrecked Urrnt linen In Kelt mi lo the He roll of the nh of Wnlrrn nt Aiivtln and Olhrr Ilmrt IN Erie Austin Tex Sept 23CJov Knycm Monday night wired to nil point south of here warning notices that the most terrific flood In tine history of the Colorado river which flown by thin city IK urging down through the mountain gorges to the north west of hero and was expected n tl this place by midnight Tho warning was nent out by Gov Sayero in rrspouse to tile following telegraphs warning lolilWnltc vex Sept 24 To Gov Sttyumt Notify nil tuvuit on Colorado river ninth have tow lIa notify country points that river IH ten fret higher than ever lknown before and I atlll rapidly rising Very urgent N Phi H Clements IleprcftcntativcThe rapIdly day afternoon and report fromk Goldwalte nt v 8 oolook Monday night stated that the water U still1I rapidly rUing there The rUe nt thin point wnn reported to be 5n fret nt dark Al11 along the Colorado water surdsl very heavy rains have fallen during the pant four days null the riHo rtlrtrdtomlhAl now lit 30 feet higher than the pine that broke the cityslightAprilDnlliidriver wru higher Mnndey night than It has boon ulnae 180 when It broke nighthooked1SOO mark and fn Mtlll rising Owin 1o heavy minus Sunday iilxlit and Sunday nn the Klin Pork tine We Pork and the floor York nil of than emptying Into the Trinity nixfve Da i Ian the prospect was faroratilo Ill the stream going rest the IH HJ murk some titer Monday night No lives hove ben lost In tint Immediate vl clnlty of Dalian but cfttton mod live stock nota 111lbp and hogs have suffered heavily The county rum mimiloner of Dalla county rtlmat tho furs of county brldgrn at IUOOO Independent of tine nunirrou small bridges and street damages In tin county of Dalian which will be nearly as much The Item of damage to road and bridges alone In the down or more counties nffootrd In Northern Texas will be about 320000- A bulletin received here Monilay evening from Kowlrr In ykna gut coon tyiioiyiir iiHnto rlvtr QOt or itA banks higher than In 12 years nmlp Kulng higher Big rise will reach Wa co Monday night v Houston Tex Sept SAA rtlortMJherethat line town of Marble palls linn linen washedJ away llIy tine Colorado river and that there In a 50foot rise at Klngftlnnd Kffortn to reach Mar ble PullVnro without avail- KiriKniul III n sinnll town in Llnno county also nn tho A I lit tI 11 it Northwestern anti IN near the Jiinr I tion oAlio Llano and Colorado rime both of which are very high AtiMtln Tex Sept LA tolophono nllhtbysays that Sam Salwi 40 mllos north of this place containing about 1000 poo pIe urns pnrtlnlly swept nwny by tint flood In the SAil Sabu river which was still rising All bridges hatl been carried ofT FRENCH VESSELS MISSING More Than they Art Hrllarod HI o Iut or Ilatllr IHnaklrU rnr HI IMrrrr X K- St Johns N F Sopt 35 More than 50 French vessels horn St 1iorro are ntlll mliuiliig an the result of the recent gale anti much alumni IIN felt for their safety Many doubtless are disabled but It IM nlmost certain that others have foundored Tile French flagship Inly has been ordered from the treaty shore It Is reported here to cruise over the Ornml banks with a view of learn lug the extent of the disaster and of UHxlMtlng any vessels rofulrlng help Olilllnir NrnBimpcr Mnn lend Butte Mont fjepl 25full A 7u lluli coroner of Silver How county and one of the best known of tluldtime newspaper men of tine country tiledl suddenly Monday morning of heart disease He was n native of Washington n C and wax 50 years of age Necking Jew Itonim Tacoma Wash Sept 22liundreds of lund lIe lurs from the central west are arriving ut Hrowutor Oknnogan county to secure locations fin tho Col vllie Indian rCIIn lon which will IM opened for settlement on October 10 Tennessee Mittens Strike Knoxville Penn Sept 5ourhundred miners of the Coal Creek Cos mines at Conch Creek Tenn struck Monday after holding n muss meeting and voting against the conItract for the year offered by the man agars Torpedo Hoot Lnnncbrd Now York Sept 25Thc torpedo boat OBrien was HUcccfiRfully launch ed nt the Nixon shipyard Elizabeth port N J Monday The launching was witnessed by n large party ul irovcrnment olllclnla r Manra woman sick arl dragged down Lt weakening painful Ir thehandfedwhich affect women only lias found in Porn nn a bright star Changr1herlog to health No womna treed suiter from tho derangemcnUi peculiar to h rlox if aho will give Pe ru na a fair trial Tina majority of trcakncssca which make vomans life a 1bunten spring from a simple cause Tho mucous mcmbruia which Hnca Uio pelvic organs inn owing to overwork etc This causes catarrhAl congestion inflatn matlon painful Irrcgularitiei depression of spirits IrrltabiU Ity Weakness and suffering It shows In tho haggard lines of thofawthodullcyretlsoeallusvcomplexion l For thvrrompt ure o ltAII t tfltnutryrvrUiM Hho tluc clc ubrightens nito pIumpncM tho ell aDd dralD Jtdrt1uawoyII UUtclr trlkca t trouble o4 reraov i traelsweopyaf- t Health arid BeautyAYwwDtlfu tAwl Ohb- 11C1jSWr rajrwerh e- r a4 aaa- 4N Na I Kh rIoWftoi4 iMaM a- I eaalNi adouBMlM WW sec W V 8 3rwlabrth4n as THE leST SMy Ito yea ear to- S fhrshoes when you shoes for a43S4 which ire Just M good TMP laMEnAlt KKARK tw1w t tart4 I 36S- HDEI 1 raiibuyLLIiouglas 9 3 st41 ut 4w ar a su T a auuwaf LunMMd k- N M MI to 11 d 1 t = L11r as an eP o i mn vim ie-w lvopu40atN r4Wlritti4c THE lEST 1300SHOE Ti 4tqsddd1 ip ttra I vt fina dlr-e MlMltf Mln n h t T litobitW1rLLhnbladI adtedwIwy4wfitorHlrwaw vVM Inrw tklrrravw ABSOLUTE SECURITY wwr Cenu- lneCarters Little Liver Pills d Must bar Signature ef L 1 5M Pwfinlls Wrapper Below IIT ISeI CARTERS r FIR HEAfACHL FIR RIUINESS uFIR IIUIHIHESS FIR TIRHI LIVER FIR eSHITIFATIIff FIR SAUIW SK- In TNECOMPLEZIIN I JIIlDQllIltT iA- uJ I CURE liCK HEADACHE Hot FOR OKLAHOMA t lurillnabubcrllrorUoaInrOOP1LtouldlwithbuvSETS Aare nick r a080A111Lftal0 T seas laah eras t17sa S to maa wnd br a IaL o t I t I rf t AGREEMENT REACHED I IIron Mills Throughout the Middle i Upi I I Comjitlllrp of tmnlaanmted Aol SYurkerrI r I Scalet ClnriinailSpt lltt 0W oclock I Sunday mgrnlMif tho conference eon I uiltlrp af the Amalgamated Assoclu lion nt Iron sail Steel workers and- tit the MnHfaclurrra signal the wage wale taut will he effective until JulyI1 Itoi 11 I what IIs known H the yearly nealr which begin always with Jill pOwuthe jmirkot the uew Male lied not- keen atjpiml wlnui the mills shutz 4on June JO Had the conditions hove IMOI MHfarorabte wver since June so that the mills have been Idle for al slat throe mouth As soon ns the I soak wan signed SiiHdsy mornheuttMHffH wore gent in every dlreo- tlM before tho oonfrrtoa breakfasted nJNbtg the fires built at onee Some Will will start Monday murnlng and others an soon as jMn lble Thhrdc- cUion wwtHs employment to over CO toe WAfklHirmfH who have Iwon idle t- Nt JuNe swatting the adjustment- of ilwlr rate rosin Mwtntlme tho i waar conference oommltteo of thin ANIsIJl HMtp 1 Association of Iron and uteril workers has had firs different conforviieos with the manufaoturers They knave ten In conference since VHapiKlay ainl determined Saturday night to sit till they got together or agrrpd to dlwigree itmle neither wI irut what thry wAnted yet both akin felt relieved when the scale ws i signed1 after an all night session and llI of the oonfertM left without alnp1 so as to beat the mills Monday Hiorahtg President Shaffer Score I tart VUHflin and ethers remained to carnage some il taUs with Com mleknerNutt and they retired about 8 oclock Sunday morning but the otkrm did their sleeping on time trains a ON route horns for till general r suipitloii Mandny The reasons lorjj the dinky In adjust tag the wage scald I at wirll ss for the frequent prolongrd conferences ore duo to the slump InIthe market and thin fluctuations due ing the Mst ymr front the highest te the loweat prices Till workers wanted U per ton baseil on n om and fourtenths oniil rate The man tifartvrers offered JJJVO per ton on none cent earl rate for boiling and the dlTorenep wore In about the Same proportion in other line President flhaffer anti CommlfwlonI er Xatt jointly NUC out the follow inir oftttiisl statement Sunday TIM rate for b n i11flA I 1barest ft on t tPII wrrl tt- i the aatiK bnrfK running up to one and twotenths for till earth rate or 110 Ittit the price for boiling for Srptom bur awl October shall IK M per ton 1srdIIJn a card rate of one and fowrteniJu cents MwkI rolling shall he one sventh of the price pflld for boiling JlulInlfflU south bottom shall he fliw on n onecent card rote with for name mute ninnliig up to one and tHfftcnths north ntto The following scnlo was fixed for the Mulshing trills s- On lair mills the price to he palllI JU Ju same as last your with n ollrcI rate of one and fourtenths cents graded down to n onecent ennit OH guide tenInch anti hoop mill the base nnd rates apply nn they do on the bar and the twelveInch mills Among the mills ordered started are those of the American Steel loop Co nt GIrard YoungNtown Wurrcn 1omcroy and Greenville and of the Jtopuhllc Iron and Steel Co at Youngstown Tcrro Haute Illrmiug ham Munoln Pninklln Marion Mo hue New Albany MlnneapollK COy Ington Ky llraxll Ind Springfield HI and Alexandria Ind AN INSANE NEGRO GIANT UP AtlpmplPd lo lUll Ills Itoummnle And Two OflJCPrni stud In Illiii reef neaten lo llpulli New Orleans Sept 24Hchard Ourley nn Insane Negro grunt was killed Sunday morning in Algiers after n thrilling hour He woke u e his black roommate anti out hl throat saying he was going to die and wanted to take his roommnt- along lurloy was pursued by Corp Conan and time police but he took the olllcors clubs away from thorn nod made n furious onslaught nearly killing the corporal The police fired but inlased With the old of other men they finally bent time Negro with clubs anti other weapons until he was jKiundod to death ilia Negro victim and Corp omnn will recover Tornnilo nl NcoilPulin KnN- uodcHhu Kan Sept NA tor nado passed through Ncodeshn Sunday evening at 0 oclock wrecking two dwelling houses and three bnru- and slightly damaging half n dozenI I others Mrs John A Ford was serli I IOIlItl Injured anti her little son wn I ll- s ullghtly hurt I rite CJrppk WarHltlp I New York Sept 2IIhe Greek colony In New York Is preparing to hearty welcome to the officers f Igive n of the Greek warship NnvilrnhokI I 1 Mnouks which Is due to arrive hero Monday The vessel is the first wvit ahlp of that nation to visit America New Lord Ctiniubprlitln London Sept 24Thc Kail olI Clniandon hits been appointed lorw chnmbcrlnln in succession to the carlI of Hopeton rci fitly appointed gov crnor general of the Austmllan com mumwenlih l HOBSON IN MONTREALl HpoaIHP Deeliirp That tin 1 Not Itilp for the Hfnfrtiirnt Made la I ilie Vnntouvcr Iiitnrvlevr Vancouver II C Sept OIn aw Interview with Lieut K P Hobson published In n local paper Hobson ia Duwcydid j openedthothtmmelveii JIo said according to the veYlittleNew York opt 21Adm Dewey I who IM stopping at Sayvllle Lour Island talked Thursday of the 1obLInterview saying I hardly think time young mnn meant to Kay anything unkind toad- erhaps I ho dienut say whist iIn Bnld there The three vessels he referred to are the Isle dc Cuba lain dc J uCC on and non loan de AiiHlrla rhtytt were the lent injured of the ten orCtwelve ships sunk nt Manila amlICount riletor Cnppy n very able mlllljj tvnr with me and lhe and divers lIhllII from HongKong node nn ex nuvlnntlou of all the Spanish IihIJIIIC anti decided that these three wereIworth saving Three out of n dm enIThey were raised and temporary re Jolts were mode nt Cuvlta The 11II I Held proceeded under their own IItmltnI HongKong and land been there for some time undergoing repairs be I fore Mr Hobson saw them hAM n matter of fact I never claim- edl that we sunk the whips I reported thnt wo destroyed them I dill sea J with myown eyes nn eightInch shell strike the stern of the llelna Maria Christina All 111 Montejos flagship and that destroyed her The statement that the vewcls I were not inuuli injured below the water lino Is probably tote livery one knows that it U Impossible for shells to do much execution blow the water line or for anything but torpedoes to do math damage there A lew Indies of water is n grunt pro teotion Armored ships are not nr mored much Iwlow the water lint the water being protection enough from shell I hardly think It worth your while to pay muoh attention to this You know it is human nature to depreciate what others have done and Mr hub may not have been quoted nor rcotly or IIn full Montreal Sept UIlollt Holmon arrived in this city Sunday evening He WAN shown the answer made by Adm Dewey to the Interview with the lieutenant sent out from Van couver Ho said he wits deeply grlcv rd that Adm Dewey had taken the matter up In the way reported He declared that he was not responsible for the statement mantle in tho Van couver Interview He had boon nv luthunJ that the Spanish ships hud been aim k because thin plugs were drown by the Spanish Ho Mid flint It was impossible to sink n shipi by hitting it above the water line Adm Dewey hail how ever compelled the Spaniards to t Ink tholr shuts and that was just ns ef fective as sinking them with shells Personally he had the highest pus sible respect for Adm Dewey and his1I groat achievement anti ho greatly re gretted that anything had been attributed to hint which might tend t destroy the glory at tho admiralsI deed THE CENSUS Tbf Ilarmn Wilt IVolmlilr Bruin x pt Wppk the Announcemtn of ibe Population of Htntrc Washington Sept Si Director of the Census Merrium wild Thumlay that the announcement of the pope lation of cities IK practically complet ed as no bulletin will be Issued for a town under 33000 The bureau he said probably will begin next wee announcing the population of tho states The first will be Arkansas and there after they will be issued iin alphabetical order beginning withI Alabama It U thought that nil oft the states will be given out helot congress assembles The returns from the several states will also show the population of cities under 23000 A llliff Coral Vent largeI e purchase by Coleman Liggett real1 cope italists of 2600 acres of coal lands nt Houstonvlllc on the PanHnndlo IlIIrohnllcrsIhave already formed the Hickory Con1I Co and will develop the tract nt once It hasu six inch vein and thin mines whoa opened will have a capacity ofr 3000 tots daily A Siilniiiirlnr Volcano New York Sept HIIPt Llddle of the llrltUli steamship King tied dyn whloh arrived here Sundny brought In n tale of till discovery of a submarine volcano on the north milg servation and spot as he lug latitude 23mmiegrres 14 mtnutcrf ming ute Tlilrty1He Dead Indira Taken Out Uuilapcflt Sept 2In explosion occurred In the FrlsohGlueck mine at Dux Bohemia which killed manyf men Thirtyfive dead bodies have been taken out and cvcral arc miss scrlouslry Injured Won the riflemMIK Hnce Chicago Sept HAlbert pion the French nutomoblljst prey d the superiority of his mnuhlne at Washington park Thursday by win ping tlw 15mile race for tricycle 20 minutes and 47 33 seconds m THE FORTS AT IMt Dispatch Received Saying They Were Taken by the Russians I All the l uropean Calilncin Are UiiKiiircil In Knilpuvorlnic lo IB dine Iprniniiy to Abnndoii t Her Dtttiandi Vienna Sept 15Iho admiralty has received the following dispatch j Taku Sept Ulhe Russians ad cupied the fortifications at LuTal yesterday Itt ral is situated about 40 miles northwest of TienTain and U nbouJI 20 miles duo north of Taku HongKong Sept 25 Advices from I JCanton say that u boat load of nu tin Christian women nt Kum Cluck on Went river watt fired upon cud thai the women were then ashore and butchered in soldi blood Native Christians lire flocking to Canton from tho surrounding country Canton Itself is quiet The na tin city in full of bad characters anxious to create trouble but they r lark loaders London Sept23vA Hcmiofllulal announcement has boa Issued in St Petersburg that tho KuropcnnJ cabi nuts are engaged in an endeavor to induce Germany to abandon her de mand for the surrender of the instl gatont of the anti foreign outrages us n Ipreliminary to pence negotia lions The Vienna correspondent of Urn Dally Chronicle asserts that Ilurtwlan reply to the German note is very friendly but that although it ajipcartf to consent to Germanys proposal it practically disapproves by asking whether it would not be best to open pence negotiations first and to make the punishment of the Instigators of the outrages the first subject of dis cussion According to the Merlin cor respondent of the Daily Express Oer many will make a new proposal namely that the great powers form nn International court to try the Chinese ofllclnls accused of complicity in the outrages Time Morning Post has the follow- Ing trout its Shanghai correspondent tinted Sunday The Russians recently organized nn expedition towards Mukden which lilts already reached Llao Yang about midway between N4iu Cliwnng and Mukden It will probably encounter opposition Prince Tunas ascendancy creates a very grave danger The only hope for the foreigners is Uiut the pro foreign viceroy of Nankin has not s7g b rnrteluuvrdprmtJurvrmm ear ra are working hard to get h tri out of the way by murder or sui aide The British continental press Is still dUcutuilng Americas reply which is generally regarded us encouraging LI Hung Chang to delay the negotia lions Gen Grlbsky military governor of inner has published elaborate reso lutions placing all the regions along the Amur river stow occupied by the Husalnns entirely under Russian Inw and authority The Chinese ore for ofothe stream Peking Monday Sept 17 via Taku Thursday Sept Ocn James H Wilson the American commander took Pel Tu Chu this morning No details of the affair have been learned but the British ofilolals have received n dispatch announcing that the tern plcn were taken according to arrange sent It IH expected thnt Gen Wilson will move on San lint Tien San Kin Tien 1 and destroy the Chinese arsenal at thnt place tok day and It Is doubtful If they coop crated In the taking of Pel Tn Chu Japanese scouts report that the surrounding country ia free of tho stony No word has been received fro the 6th United States cavalry column which 1 operating in tarp northeast As announced Thursday night In n dispatch received from Peking under date of Sunday September 10 Via GeneWilron with son Americana and COO Ilritlsh troops und six guns marched westward that day and the Germany were to move on the following day September 17 to cooperate In taking Pel TA Chu where the enemy wns supposed to be in large force The American commnndcr it was added would attack from the wnt nnd tho Germans iron the east The dispatch also said that Gen Wilson would then take the San Hal Then Sin Kin Tien arsenal Peking Sept 10 via Taku Sept 23 Mr William Woodville Kookhill ape clan committee of the United States has already conferred with Mr Con ger the United Statue minister hut he has not yet met Prince Ching It Is understood that ho will advtsaI Washington to withdraw the Ameri can troops us speedily na would buI safe MliiUtpr WUM Caiitrlluillon Washington Sept 22The Chinese minister Mr Wu upon hearing of the GnlvcHton disaster telegraphed to low Buyers nn expression of deepI sympathy and accompanied that with his cheek for 100 Friday he received1I n telegram front Oov Saycrs return Ing his most hearty thanks 1iII Slrel In IndliinniiolU Itlchmond Vn Sept 2Jrlw soy ereign grand lodge I O 0 F0 I Friday to hold its next session In In wv1as taken fi GEN WM LUDLOW- Tke trenlilcnt or tits Special Mill tarn Hoard Give Ills UplnJam f of the Ucruinn Army f Frew York Sept 24 Among the stonrsplfipwi wentBroadpresidentotaorganizedUPMary system of Europe with the Mgw of the formation of a United Biafcl war college 4JKjll Kuropcan nations said the general have a sort of war college port general staff n body composed of ijgir ablest men in all the various de sjMtrtmpnls of the anny such ns nn od eral genIfriii Jl thei1 The commanding general has t actiontlihlJI flail that the German military rmacliino was the best organized of on isri wunr surrounded by flrstclasa pow inTruesacmes of war The German officers t7i the hardest worked of nil In Ku ripe They seem to be drilling nnd trttlblng their men it i m dawn to cfuk iii Ctrtnlnl they hIle very little I leisure und not much time to sleep Olio of the results of this hard work IJiiJlsat an array of 1000000 men hvi been mobilized within ten days ao perfMt are the quartermasters and commissaries Germany Is ready in peace and In war- CLOUDBURST IN TEXAS Mack DnmnKt to Property and LlT Lout on the Neuce Itlverf at Urnldr Tex Sun Antonio Tex Sept 4Acloudburst in the valley of the Ncuces river Saturday night did much dam age to property and also according to reports received here resulted InI losses of life on the ranches in that vicinity The Neiicca at Uvaldc rose 2tf feet in 21 hours time and broke telegraph communication A number of ranches were inundated and one English sheep man EtheJbert McDon ald together with some Mexican sheep herders are said to have lost their lives on a ranch in the moun taint near llrackctt Jlrom reports of a colony of no imdk Italians it is thought that two lost their lives fn the flood that went dozen the Ncuces Train Loadof CottoIILarKe Sept 2t1h6 largest t load ot cotton ever shipped alitule+ lefb+lheeelty l3aM1da 7+ n r t ertko eMeago b Alton road for lioston There were 30 cat loads The cotton is from Texas and Okla homa and is the first large shipment of Arrangements ore be InS fine for the shipment of n train loid each week from now on Fast time will bo made and the run from St Ixmli to Boston will be completed in lour days I IJlj Transport Ashore Santiago de Cuba Sept 21The United States transport Itawlins from New York September 12 by way of San Juan September 18 while cn tcring Santiago harbor Sunday ran her bow on a sandbar near HI Mcrro close to the scene of the wreck of the Itcina Mercedes where she re mained three hours She was ulti matfcly pulled oft by n United Stat tug land It was found thnt she had suffered no Injury iI jA Canard Llnrr In a Gale New York Sept 4Wlth her decKn crowded to the utmost capacity Jvlth Americans returning homet till Cunnrd titoal11l1lllp Umbria nr rhel1Sundu morning She left Uv icrpool on Saturday September 15 Queiintown the following day On her tldfd day out she ran into a heavy galetand for tthree days the vessel had heavymhead seas She suffered no damage jJ Grand 1nrtal I Htroyed Mfixmettc Mich Sept ZGrnuclI Iortal1 the principal scenic attrac tion of the famous pictured rocks of byIn northeaster Grand was feet high by 170 feet broad on the wattr line hhc cliff in which it wns cut jose 30 feet above the Arch nnd n great muss of rock fell crushing it in jjok Island Annexed Wellington N Z Sept 22Mr nklnrll John Seddon premier of New Zeal iiul announced Friday in the hou o of representatives time annexa tion of Cook Islands southwest of the Society islands with the consent of too llaratonga chiefH jGen tIlles In WnvhliiKtoh 11sl ugton Sept 2l1lcut Gun 3111 fi accompanied by Ids chief aide Col t Francis Mlchlcr returned to Wawilngton Friday niter nn extendert trip through the west during the coittc of which he inspected many of the army posts i Illase nt ruinhuruli 1 K tpbnrgli Pa1 Sept HA fire Sunday morning in tho hiCfIlifnrJil building at 24M4S occupied by1171st il Bailey s Cot pureed fiercely for son u limn anti did great damage to ad joining buildings Loss cstmutcd at 75OiQO to 100000 0 aillTrnakee Wait CMcngo1 Sept 1 4rho Uhvnulcl- I I and Chicago American league teams played nn exhibition game hero SUI tlnjiMJJwauhfc won by hunchiup hUijJitftbn Second innlmr THE FIRST BLOODSHED Sheriffs Posse Fires on a Crowd Kills Two and Wounds Seven IleiiortN Itecelved From the Schujl kill IleKlon Ilr Ircnldcnt Mitchell Inillvnte That SOOO Workers Joined the Strikers Monday Shenandoah Pa Sept 2A slier iffs posse fired on n crowd of riotous men near here Friday afternoon kill ing two persons and wounding seven others Sheriff Toole and Deputies ODon nell and ilrenncnmn were called to bnenandoah Friday to suppress the mobs that threatened the mine work ir ers and colliery property At quit ting time the three sheriffs and n small posse whom the sheriff had summoned on the ground went to the Indian llldge colliery of the Head ing Co to escort the working men to their homes The colliery is lo rated n short distance east of Shoq eandoahThe workmen left for homo shortly after 4 oclock They walked up the middle of the cast Center street and reached the Lchigh Valley railroad atution Here had gathered n large crowd of Poles Slavs and Hungari ass men women and children who lined both sides of the street oA shot rang out from a saloon This was followed by a shower of stone Many of the crowd had pick ed up sticks and stones and were nct Ing in n threatening manner Seeing this the sheriff who hud previously cautioned his men to keep cool nnd not to use their firearms called them to fire The order was obeyed with terrible results The crowd pursued time sheriff and his posse to the Fer guson house where they took refuge Sheriff Toole shortly afterward tele phoned to Harrisburg and asked that a detachment of troops be sent here It was learned that Adjt Gen Stewart was in Philadelphia and n telegram was sent to him there llnzlcton Pa Sept 25 Contrary to tho expectations of both the oper ators and the striking coal miners there were no developments in thejj strike situation In the Lehigh region MondayIt thought that in some quay tern that owing to the presence of troops in the anthracite field a break would occur in the ranks of the strikers or that a large number of addi tional men would refrain from going to work The operators as a rule predicted n break in the strikers ranks and the labor leaders were equally sure they would tie up thi region tighter than ever 2iomla nfghL LottifieCdMTt1Enithe Svj had made good gains It seemsliow ever from the most reliable reports received here Monday from the en tire region that the strikers made net gain in point of numbers The M S Kcmmercr colliery at Sandy nun on the north side WAS tied up Monday but the operation is not a large one When Mr Mitchell was asked if the striking miners had received tiny benefits from the United Mine Work ers of America since the strike was Inaugurated he simply said No Mr MUchell was a busy man nt the United Mine Workers hwidqunr ters Monday He held numerous conferences with organizers and others in regard to the carrying out of plans for continuing the fight against the operators There is not the slightest change in the situation in regard to a settle ment of the labor war Neither side has approached the other and there is nothing In view which would Indicate thnt anything will soon be done in that direction The Markle firma has an agreement satisfactoryiI mutter is to be left to two men one to be selected by each side to nrbl taste the difference If they fall to agree the two arbitrators are to se lect a third person The entire Hazlcton region was ex tremely quiet throughout the day not n single case of violence was re ported from any town A better feel ing now prevails and the fear of trouble seems to be disappearing The battalion of the 8th regiment which arrived at McAdoo five miles from here Monday nnd which mode u demonstration in that town and surrounding country returned to Shcnniidonh nt 4 oclock Monday aft ernoon President Mitchell in discussing time situation in time entire strike region Monday night said Reports received by me Monday from the lower anthracite Schuylkill region indicate that nt least 2000 mine work ers joined the strikers Monday A large number of these came from the Heading Cos mines In the Lehlghh region we made large galnn I lane not received definite figures but I should judge that the number of met t heretofore working mill who till not go talc the mines In this district on Monday numbered between GOO and bOO Harry lot the Decision Milwaukee Wis St pU 25At the Itndgcr A C Monday night Kmlll Sunohcz the Cuban WoudoK nnd Unvo Harry of Chicago fought six exciting rounds the decision goin to Harry who knocked his man downi twice during the performance Another 1olur Kxptitlf Ion Luiicon tep1 25ir Nnnsen and- o the duke of Abruzzl according o n dlKjmtoh to tho Unity Kxprosn fruit ghrtatiium have agreed + to undertake i joint expedition lutfl north polo resdoas MINNESOTA CYCLONE v III IEightI Meagdetail ri I terrible catastrophe which visited the village of Morristown ten miles west of Faribault shortly before 6 oclock Monday evening The vlllagO was struck by a cyclone and n bllrnII was raised in the air and dropped dl rectly on top of Paul Gatzkcs saloon where 10 people took refuge from the harm The saloon collapsed and nil debrisAt aIbodies nnd three injured persons have been taken from the ruins I The storm cuinc without warning pon the citizens of Morristown from I southwesterly direction passing I lover to the northeast The length or its path in the village was less than lUlU n mile but owing to its peculiar notion the distress and data age resulting were not us great as they might have been The storm made jumps of one block but whew ver it came down everything was rumbled by the power of the windy The barn belonging to Dr Dargabel which is on time outskirts of the tall loge was the first structure destroyed nnd this wns ems of the freak fea y tures of the storm The barn wasfpicked up nnd carried a block leav ing the floor uninjured with twp looters stranding on it The building was crusher From here the storm jumped a block to the saloon of Paul Gatzkc Before reaching the GotzkoeK saloon there is a twostory building1 which wns left untouched SMALL CURRENCY There IK nn Extraordinary Drinnnd and the Treasury Dctinrtment lr 4JJ 1lIl1cK 0rill K to Sfeet It 1 v- Kew York Sept 25Jrnnk A Van derllp assistant secretary of flag treasury conferred with bankers tduthis city Monday with reference to supplying the extraordinary demand for small currency While what Is known ns hand to hand money is always rather scarce at thin season the supply of 1 2 and 3 bills is now wholly inadequate The sub treasury had great plies of soiled oc mutilated Currency turned in for re= dbmption Monday J After conferring with time bankey Monday afternoon Mr Vaiidcfljp said that he had ordered 500ooOT in 20 gold certificates to be shipped r s from New York to WashinSnit ouldjreBove 1 tlmntsthey Old not have HcjvdcTcd thaJUie thoogbth M n ci 1ouadahdJupplyamallI dent roI n sub trcasury OLD MAIL CARRIER aayIlelnic III He Learned That lie A Vim to He Iteiuovpd to the Infirm Iare and Suicided t X Newark 0 Sept 5Geo Pum phrey who for 20 years carried the mail from time railroad station toi tho post office at Croton 0 died Mon J day morning aged 44 pars from the effects of nn overdose of morphlueItaken with suicidal intent + Pumphrcy had been in ill heath for several weeks nnd as his finances were low the authorities were ar ranging to send him to the county y Infirmary Thin fact coming to the ears of Mr Pumphrey he secured nn ounec of laudanum and swallowed it on Sunday death resulting Monday The funeral will be held Tuesday PNEUMATIC MAIL SERVICE 1 The System Tested In Hasten In the r Presence of Vontntniiterii romr Several Western CltleaaBoston Sept 23 Bostons pneu matic tube mall service was tested Monday in accordance with nn order issued front the post office department requiring the postmasters of Sun Francisco Denver St Louis Cin cinnati Washington New Orleans and Chicago to meet In Boston to wit ness the practical workings of the pneumatic system The division su perintendents of the railway nailrservice at the places mentioned also were Instructed to be present Thule officials will go to New York and Philadelphia to continue the work of investigation 1 The Detective Withdrawn Washington Sept 25 The detect i ives who have been on dutyat tho y Chinese legation for about twoii months on Monday returns to quarters there being no further ne cessity In the judgment of Mnj SylJ Jtt vester chief of police and Mr lhu t for the presence of detectives at tine ministers residence I Twelve Men Killed 0- Odessa Sept dA Ihixslun riiHN tars train wits 1rult8 Itefkul district wreckedIh iiggriu Twelve men pijiiy IU t jurudtInteriiiil ItiMPitue Washington Sept 88 TheI AUsii nt Htatuiueui oC tIe colluutionti dr1tgP mil ruyenue shows thnt during that r month thfc receipt front gU 1U1rgTt nnginereuKf over August of last yVar of 1174761tilrl Shot tier Knitter 7 TiWiveiiworth ICuntr Sopt 25Ant ff- tn Lutz aged IS shot and probably t J fatally voundejl her vfaicr Iiii near I inSljig south of bcrmiso her fntlier hurl bent JohnIbrother away to suhool t t V I JIfIIf + t J I t I wontciae I I i tj h J j THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warrenrn HIOKMAN KY SEPT 28 1900 t tFRIDAY lar A TJIE Electrical Review says there are I persistent rumors that all tho telegraph Jandtelephone companies in tho United States are preparing to form a great gi i gantic combinationtttt ALTHOUGH the war Iis said to be over in the Philippines a battle was fought last week in which the American loss in killed wounded and missing was 13 I Twelve soldiers were killed outright I HH HON BEN KEYS was nominated at Pa ducah for Congress by tho combined op position to Congressman Wheeler Keys is a Populist and tho nominee of that party The Paducah convention chose the cabin as Keys design ttttFONE hundred thousand Democratic a I club members from every State in the t Union will gather at Indianapolis Oct 3rd compare notes and return homo to J j light tho fires of Jeffersonian principles landtMM A CONSERVATIVE estimate places tho devastated district of Galveston at 1800 acres which was swept almost clean off habitations and the financial loss to the i city and surrounding towns is estimated at from twenty to thirty million dol 1 lays i ttttillHAKNA laid a mighty strain upon his I + Chicago audience last week when he declared to it that there are no such I things as trusts in America Iii may not call them by that name but that illemad the name by which the American peo pIe know them t tttt i i TIlE State Hoard of Election Comniis sioners will shortly meet and appoint Sftithe county boards Under the present ber Jaw the boards have to bo appointed during September and it is by no means CJ certain that a change can be mode m tbellaw this mouth if at allCJr tttt sot VE certainly did the handsome thing by Spain in the late war We paid e20et 000000 in cash then unstrapped the burden from her shoulders that sho had j jbeenstaggering under strapped it on I our shoulders and we are now doing a G little staggering on our own account j ww i tltttf r THE Republican Governor and Sec rotary of State left Utah and went over z f to Idaho to hear Roosevelt speak In their absence Aqila Nebcker Demo cratic President of the Utah Senate ilook charge as Governor and appointed j O W Powers United States Senator b ttttV THE Chinese colony of Now York City I r Jillcollecting supplies to bo sent to Gal I 1veston The principal item to be sent will be tea It is said that this is tho I i first time that any set of Chinamen in this country have joined together for t the relief of sufferers from a great ca r I tastrophe t jj 1a ttttAT Eftingham Ill llast week two hundred ladies each carrying n cam NIi paign umbrella marched at tho heftl of the escort which conducted Samuel Al r f schuler from the depot to his hotel The ladies of Illinois aro conducting a vigor ous campaign for tho success of Bryan l and Stevenson and Samuel Alschnlor the Democratic nominee for Governor ttttINFORMATION comes from Chicago J ti that Towno will speak in Kentucky one- s+ day making two speeches Weaver of 1 1Iowawill speek in Kentucky the week H j beginning Octobers making two speech I a day Bailey of Texas will make 4 4cafive speeches and Goy McMIIlin ofIr I I Tennessee several Bourko Cochran I I I will speak in Louisville ono night It i I Iisbelieved that David B Hill und fomII Johnson will speak In Louisville ttttI MK CARL Septum has certainly f Secretary of the Treasury Gage in a t hole About six weeks ago Mr Gage jI issued a statement in which he gave as surance of the permanency of the gold standard On the 2Cth of August ho gavo out an interview in which ho call t I ed attention to dangerous loopholes in the present currency law Mr Schnrz I I prints the two statements side by sides and appeals from Gage tho Republican P R s partisasa to Gage the financier Tho i f situation Is surely a rfost embarrassing one for the SecretaryI + tttt it r Y THE census discloses tho fact that in I ttheSouth Now Orleans is tho only city t Newv4s foc York has four Now Jersey three MassI J achusetts threo and Pennsylvania and 1 s Ohio four each The South has I Tan to urban population and two of its f jj States North Carolina and Mississippii s have no town exceeding 80000 popu lation However with tho growth the manufacturing interest will come increase of population and New Orleans c will not bo long without company beyond thn 100000 mark r 1 LOCAL NEWS t = = cc =Tho Holiness people nro conducting meeting in East Hickmnn 10 A Democratic club was organized at Clinton Monday 200 strong Tho City Council will meet in regu session next Monday night A number of Hickmnnitos will attend j the St Louis Exposition next week IIir For anything you need in Drugs Groceries and Hardware lino see Goes Cio Cuyoe Ky Judge Kobbins and Mr R J Bugg made Bryan speeches nt Ohnton Mon dayjFrenchs show which Is well known hero mid along the Mississippi river and always gives first class entertain ments is expected soon I Tile Nations Pride Standard Sewing Machine Save your money GORE its Co Cayce Ky In New Haven it tins just been do 1 Bided by a court that a man who asks another for a chew of tobacco cannot bo held on a charge of begging Wants For Salo For Rent Lost ound to Loan etc inserted In the ICourier at rate of 1 cent n word each in sertion Personal mentions free lIon T C Gordon of Dyorsburg for tho counties was nominated for Floater of Obiou Dyer and Lake over lIon II McDowell by 1220 majority Champ Clark the distinguished Missouri Congressman is advertised to speak for Bryan at Columbcs Oct 13 His name and famo will draw an im rmense crowd I- Westernl tKentucky or Tennessee to soil goods cheaper than we GOUE Co Cayco Ky 1 Sunday morning at the Methodist Ihurch tho subject will be The test how to prove it If yon are at all skeptical you should hear it At night- Por Christ or ngainst Him no neutrality J A number of farmers from county Tenn with their families 1118i1 through town Wednesday evening camped near the fish dock in West tfashionedJanuary and October of tho same year always begin thn same day So do April and July also September and Do ember February March and Novom Iwgin with the some duDid you now sty Lootf and yon will find its I rrcct =The now double track of the 1111 Lois Central from Fulton to Cairo will be mplctcd by October 1C Work is now Tang pushed on tho now passenger do at Fulton 200 yards north of the present depot Tho track id Wing 1lU8JJ four feet higher in every part of city Troy News Banner The jury that tried Mrs Carter charged with poison 1 ng her husband could not agree and wore discharged10 stood for acquittall and 2 for Whllp not yet IreS Mw Carts jwHiilotrtil inuWtwf cr than before tho opening She will doubt less in tho end be acquitted Wow Points Take your plow points to GEO DUCK bo will grind thorn 2 for 2o Louisville will hold a Jlorso Show October 15 to Iptli inclusive This will e Kentuckys initial attempt at an in door Horse Show in fact it will bo the- lrst big Horse show to bo hold in the South The Association has 100 mean herR the leading citizens of Louisville tad they have mado plans to accommo late a great throng of visitors As a weather prognostyator tho prestige of the Rev Irl R Hicks since tho cyclone at SU Louis and the hurricane along the gulf coast of Texas liar continued to gain weight Both of those terrible disasters ho forecasted This is what ho says of the weather for the bal inco of tho month The last half of September will bring really stormier and colder weather than much of October and November especially in North western regions FOR HALK Residence containing six rooms hulls iIlOrobos two cisterns stable c near the Court House the Cassety property Apply to GHO WAKRKN I Courier Office Obion Democrat 21st Just At tbo residence of the brides grandmother j IMrs Wm Alexander Mr Guy M Mc Connoll and Miss Myra Clark were unit ed in marriage Wednesday evening al out 030 oclock in the presence of a few friends by Rev W D Jenkins after I which they wont to tho homo of tho t grooms fattier Mr R V McCunnolI at Jordan whore an excellent supper wits I served Mr McConnoll is an Intelligent energetic and sober young roan Mim Clark is a Christian young woman o womanly character They are lothoprominent and wellloved families ar well adapted to each other and will bo cpat rentt near where they will make their future homo I tSf Just received near of Fresh Salt kept In tho house nice and dry clean and wont pack or got hard GOUB Co Cayco Ky Some years ago says an exchange 2000 acres of land were purchased in Florida for time purpose of raising wildi animals so that circus mon mid menag erie owners would not have toga to In din or Africa for their wild beasts The people of Florida howovor objected to tho thought of having ferocious lions r hears clcplpute etc running loose1 h their community so tho idea was aban honed Our war with Spain delayer matters some but now three Islands off tho coast of Florida have been secured and already expeditious are being fitted1 ont to search for animals and to have thorn brought to the new farm Th I thllYrapothcr am awayTheuudcrbrnHhIfe en to divide tho animals in such a wa that tho quarrelsome ones will not bo on the same islands so that they willI brobably bo mOro peaceful than in their I own homes I I f irat I New Goods y rItake pleasure in announcing Ito the trade the arrival olI my W iI ckr IIm J m 1 JJW WJ J f and will offer as good Kuleotion as can ho round J +r anywhere You need not send off for t liate Styles and Low Prices 1 r 11lor we have tho Latest Styles and will give i II m xtra rJJ dnalry J Jd 1 rrATj mJ IJ AI1LIJ F J I invite everybody to call And make a careful inspection and compare tho quality and price with nnyother goods in this section Most goods have advanced in price hilt I will give everybody the INSIDE PRICE on anything in r my Stock II you will l mr r C A JLa E A Ft L tilt t you can make bettor selections before the stook is broken Thankful for past ftonn respectfully gjgr IMERCthis4 a j H 4EWl 1 RI I vTFftL tn OfS I I ARRIVING DAILY I AT i Baltzer Dodds 1 i The Hcul Issue Tho political campaign which Will ho fought out toward the end of tlw lout year of the century will Ira a iintablt ono in the history of tho United HtatOfl Heretofore tho Issues have boon largol domestic but this your tho nmimsfiuI alfcoLs our forIn policy Tho triosI thou nt IRBUO is shall we continue ur nb tend to our own business as our frhors havo done or shall wo attempt t tttku n laud in shaping the lostinlut1 of othoi tlfquestion before tho Ameilctiii ptoplo the newspapers und campaign Ora tors say what thoy may This Years Ballot When tho voter goes to tho poll nox November to cast hits ballot fur his choice of candidates ho will alt lo bothered with tho scarcity of niauiriul from which to choose an there will IO plenty of names on tho ticket which INI each larger than over voted sinm tho InanKuratiou of the Australian ballot system Time ticket this year will con tam tho jinmrM of thirteeni prcwltlfutlnl nominees and their electors an l al- i WllInfltbe tobnlAlortthotiinkn thereon him nlitne or enndlutls- o will to ulinoit iu largo an a blanket IT will never bo known definitely how many lives were lost in tho tcrribl dls tutor at Galveston Tie Mayor of tho ooOtopropertyy 1hoorlmmlugover a million dollars have beep noii tribntefl to tho stricken city The Antliracile Strike Tho reported plan of tho Philadelphia and Reading Company to break tho fttrika by giving their employe a 10 par cent advance in wagon has much about It to bo commended Tho minors would gut n positive advantage without till fearful cost iVn protracted Htritfo whllo the operators would Hud It innoh olimp or to do this than to risk several mouths tluup There Is great danger in that otllfJ that tho substitution of bituminous coal for anthracite would mako such progress as pcniianuntly to Impair v hr market for their product HUnmlnous costs no much less that ootiHnmerH oro prows to use it on slight provocation llesides it is possible that the extra cost of Ibtf could bo added to tho soilwages ling price public would bo willing to pay tho advance irovlilvd they could know it would go to tho benefit of tile I minors AKITHKK OAXDIDATK HAS AC I LKITKII YKT IIClinton O Sept 21 1resldont Me Kinloy has knowledge of time suggestion that ho net au arbitrator of tho tinthrn cite coal strike In conjunction with Dry nn thoy choose a third arbitrator Up to Jho present ho pas given no indication that ho hUll considered or will consider the proposition Ho hUB not como to bollovo it his duty i to not ILI an arbitrator in thoHtrlko ques lion I I Lincoln Neb SopU21W J Bryan does not readily accept tho idea of net lug along with President McKJuloy ns arbitrator In tho minors strike lIe was asked if ho would bo willing to try to bring about n settlement of tho minors differences If Mr McKinley showed a disposition to net as mi nrbf- tnl I do not euro to antiol iAoutorewhat Mr I McKinley will do was t TO I am in thin of ut and carry at u and w l1DII of Good and Pure as well as in lint and k FourSPECIALtor taoo izlpress + I propose to slsiI opt fu plain boxes with ho marks to coiuo its When you receive it itif it Is not tory roturn It tit my will refund WOO This is most liberal offer await your orders W It A PAIII8 A A PARIS JH Alex A Paris Son Wholesale and Retell Dealers In ClJlvoon ANn 8ANI Pittsburg Kunawha River Illinoii and Kentucky THE PUBLIC engaged Ilinei uiiaincxs Union City Tents nil times largo sorted Htoolc Whiskey nil other goods that respectfully fiolicit a LOUDER WB WEBSTER IlrOp1111 npproval Indiratu and trsst satlufac nxponso mind 1 you a mid I WKIISTEIt A IIIOKMAN KY Coals a Cash Bootoot3ple- ndid I j Selection of NEW BOOKSI I STATIONERYNOTIONS Lu0 Call and see our Stock Everything up to date MARY BERENDES Co s f y i U dI u u Ilnllrea Time Table NM 0 St L K 11- bBAVCgt AHniVKHi Tr ln No W it I No6t7141a m frallln Wo xt 11011111TrainI No 4 14U p in Local and Personal Mrs Gco Terrell IH sick with slow fever stMrs Otto Hertweck Is visiting in Fulton spentBdnday I Mr Jno A Stubtt visited In 00tt ruthen vine Mo this week I visitedMr13 j 1 J Miss Clara Laudcrdnle of Cuyco entered HIcknmu College this week t Mrs Ivy Barrett of Brinson OnII Ittf visiting her sister Mni T A LedfordII L T For the best Farm Fence in lhoII world for the price ecu UIIIGo KB Co Cay co Ky Mr JcIT Alexander and little son of Point Pleasant Mo wero In the city this weekMr I W II King and wife of NowII Madrid are visiting his mother In Rick manMtswPearl I Olary of Atlautn Ua U the RUNt of the fADallof Mr IL II t Green I Mr John Molrol of Atlanta Ga I way entertained by Mini Van Fletcher I SundaymI rr 14 pounds best Standard UmnuIlatrd Sugar for f100 Conic Go Cnyoc KyI M 111 JJ Jones visited her daugh ter Mm Belle Craddock noar OlilitonII lout week Prnther Curlin of thin county loftI Sunday night for Louisville to attend medical college Mr A 8 Ikwcdttle bM gone to TIIItonville where ho will establish a pho lograph gallery Mm T W Hardlii of Bradford Tenn sinter of Mr J W Morris is vis iiting at Judge Kearbyn JutlguJuntHReelfoot Luke Saturday f Iii All kinds of Fresh Fish Oysters and Wild Fowls in season for sale at tho lilokman Packing Co Telephone 80 Con ruwsncan Oho K Wheels uxiak at Fulton Saturday night and lion Henry George tit Gayce Saturday afternoon Elder W W Pharea of Newborn Tenn will begin n serkss of meetings a- Mt t lIermon next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Mis Beanie Gofto will leave toinor raw night for St Louis where she O- JIttll to meet her brother Fred of Par HOfla KansasMrJowpb Lutoii withTitg moths Mm Horace Luon of Fulton fa rankingt his first visit to his grand mother Mm Clint Randle Miss Mabel Truby of Nashville U visiting lierHiRler Mm Clans Cowgill and to utteud the approaching marriagei of two of her school mates Misses Mary Fuller and Kfflo Bal low of Bardwull Ky are visiting tho families of Masers Jno W Albert andI Robt Ballow of this county gjlf Fur all kinds Homes TInwu ro auuWoodonwnro soo- GOKR t Co Cayco Ky Mr and Mrs Twhudl Swayne Mr and Mm Wm Dodd Mr and Mm Ed Ellison and Mr and Mm W G John HOU will visit SU Louis next week Tho friends of Mr Anili Wilson who Is In Colorado for his health willI bo glad to learn that he in improvingr rapidly and gaining much in wolgnt Mowers Bennett Langford Bcnnio Williams and Judge Jones Misses Uct tie WlUlams Snllio Jam Ada Anolo 4 und Pearl Greed visited Miss You Fletch er lust Sunday IiIiJ Kentucky and Superior Wheat Drills for silo by UH on easy terms UOHK Co Cayco Ky Rev Archer Booghcr who has twee I enjoying a vacation tho nut month IIn Virginia returned homo Tuesday There will bo service ut the Episcopal Church Sunday at tho usual hours Invitation nro out for the marriage of Mr W S Kllloon to Miss Mary At wood at tho Episcopal Church Wednesday Oct 3d Rev Archoi Booghor IH to pvrfonn the ceremony Ed Walker former editor of tho Clinton Democrat and Rip licks ofr Bcclcrton aro on a trudo for the defunct Fulton Guard with a view of starting u new paper at Fulton Hallafd Newt Fulton Loader Mr and Mrs W D Powell have gone to housekeeping in their pretty now cottage on Second undI College streets Mrs Julia Pelhum andI children will make their homo with themI also HT If you want n Wngoii Muggy Plow or Harrow ace- GOHE Co Cayco Ky Maylleld Messenger Don Hughes und Miss Verna Walker of Fulton eloped and married yesterday und drove through to Mayliold and are tho guests of officer Finis Webb Tho groom is brother of Mn Webb and the bride iis the daughter of otllcer Jesse Walker att Fulton and Iis 17 years old Mr and Mrs Dick Tyler onterlnln milto n numbor of the young people lust 1rldu1ovonlnJ1lJs ot Annie Jo11hlOn and Kdtcllo Reno received the guesta ii- u in very becoming manner The hours were spent in games mu sic lllllo tn la Las ouch pronouncing the evening u pleasant ono and all appreci ate and thank tho hostand bosteiw Do licious icos woro served tW Wo hnvo exclusive sale of Bucks Famous Cooking Stovns and Ranges Also tho Fanious Wilsou Heater Hout Ing Stoves and are In a ixwitlon to offer you some bargains Soo us I GoRE Go Cayco Ky I u ATTEMPT TO ROB 1 Young Lady Fires at Burglar Un Saturday night last an attempt was made by a burglar to outer the res idence ot our veuorable townsman Mr K Case iu West Hiokmnu Tho noise at tho window mode by tho burglar was hoard by Miss Fnnnlo Hamilton a young lady who lives Ju tho family who instead of screaming and going into hysterics as most young women would have done poasciukd herself of a pistol iu tho room and awaited devel opments The burglar cut a whit and then raised tho window After raising tho window ho struck u match the lash from which exposed hlnpersou rued Miss Hamilton fired her pistol at his person The burglar crlcelIoh oh indicating that her shot took effect No moro wits BOOH of him Tho raised window and blindaud cut proved clearly that some one hind been trying to mnko an entrance The same night ono Joro Freeman n colored ulna claiming to have accident ally shot himself sent for Dr Fnriit to extract tho ball He was shot In tho shoulder and report says that wound showed different size ball to that used in his owu pistol nUll about tho same size of tho pistol tired bv Miss Hamil tau Monday Carpenter and Dillon put Freeuiuu under trurvcilluucc lint did not arrest heouuso waiting for ninduyit to bo nude nnd oti Monday night Frco man rondo his escape His friouiU i datum that ho was engaged in a game of craps at tho hour of tho attempted burglary aud therefore could not bo tho Quo shot by Miss Hamilton To say the least circumstances uow point pretty strongly against him Miss Hauiil tou only saw one hand of tho man nud Ural at that but if she hit lulU at all from the position ho was standing ou the ground she was bound to hit him lu thin upper part of his body and Free man was wounded In tho shoulder Miss Hamilton proved herself a genu hue horoiuoj and if unite of our ladies wero schooled to such mot hexIs of self protection in such omorgonoiu there would bo fewer burglaries J 0 BARNES Resilience Destroyed by Fire rime residence of Mr J U Barnes aunt Hickuiau was destroyed bv fire about 12 oclock Friday night last Tho house WM n total loss und nil tho fur niture and household goods except ono bed room sett and some minor articles iu ouo room Tho origin ot the fire rot nojwntjnnlssa Jit hL some uuknowji way caught teem a tire that hud boon in ono ot the rooms for ironing purjKW 04 that day but tho tire had uot beenI replenished since 12 oclock iu tho day When Mr Raruus retired there wero only n few coals to bo soou None the less tho fire must have occurred from this start Then was au insurance of ffiOO on tho house nnd WOO on tho fur attune Ac which will still leave Mr Barnes a heavy loser Tho sympathy of tho community deeply with hhneoli and family nUll some signified tljcir helpfulucwt by liberal subscriptions No members of tho family wero at homo except Mr Barnes nnd hones BO little was stared Ho oven lost tho cloth Inc ho wore and tho money in leis pock et 1135 all ho had on earth Dr Halls Assailant 1111 Robinson n negro preacher o Union Oily was arrested Tuesday asI the ono who beat up and robbed Dr Hall Ho lived near halls residence A bloody stick was found in his house which he says was caused by his noso bleeding Citizens are confident ho 1 apprehonsioan timid u mob would deal with him but calmer counsel prevailed Now Fall Goons JUST ARRIVED Oatmeal Krnnt Rolled Oats Pickles Quaker Oats Mustard Grape Nuts Salads Buckwheat Flour Urlta Flake and Pearl Hominy Shredded Wheat Biscuits All kind of Canned Goods Lt Pt4 W S Ellison Telephone UO Qpick Delivery A Uiirul lluignui buttyouYesguess soiHold on thorn shoes haint got iio stein is hnvo they pairBettortwo pair ouo will Boon wear out All right horn thoy nro Looks like you night gimmo a pair fiunpendora for good uioaAiiro Well rather than miss n trade Ill dot Whut elsof When a fellor buys n bill you atlas got em up dont you Yes whatll you take Two scgare and a pound of choose r1 SeasonableReasonable ALL CUT PRICESI V ON SOME OF THE GOOD1 Loft from our big cleanup HMo thoiost month leave a tow yet of tho eIOII BEDROOM SETS a r Q12 00 125 jl 07fi 400 l w Htt ti 7513 and 050 Solid WALN 9vAIRS now 350 and 500 200 p Beautiful mid Artistic and cheap Brass and Enameled BEDS rjt ALL 1 URN1TURE in great variety now S J Thn Miin Who AilrcrliHKK John Wauamnker is a good than to tako for example Ho started in a small way with n small store au 1 Ice is tcday ono of the wealthiest men in tho country and lie Ills always been an up right hoiiQSt inau la what lay the so crct of hula success V Simply iu this lie know what tho people wnuted ho knewII how to buy it and ho know how to advertise i Many a man as wo nil know humus mado a fortune by judicious adver 1 using Take two mon starting iu busi Ross at tho Himo time Ono wet all tho money huitakca iu living well and somotiuiea extravagantly Tho other iuvtwte all tho he can lay ins hands on iu advertising Lure there I everywhere that he thinks will attract I attontintt What is tho result The man who advertises has crowds flock to ids storo to see the bounties of the ad vertiseil goods a id as tho public begin to ruu so thoy will continue from sheer force of habit Tho first sho keeper will in the meautimo bo sittfng tin thought of anti nucarcd for aghast at tho crowds which daily throng tho counters of Ins competitor and bitterly bewailing tho bad luck wldchi nil fol lowed his own venture Into trn le Yet ho has uo ono to blamo but him self lar wProperty ltraitNcatlea The Democratic Congressional Can j palgu Committee has prepared and sent out n timely bulletin dealing with suffrage qualifications imposed on thoIII Ricans by tho Republican Congress administration It says While a num ber of States such as Massachusetts North Carolina Connecticut and Louis iana have prescribed educational quid ifications for voters this Republican measure enacted for Porto Rico Is the first attempt ill tho history of our Republic I1 to prescribe a property qualifica tion since Thomas Jefferson the great champion of hnmau rights succeeded in giving to every mau rich and poor alike tho right to exercise huts elective franchise as a free American citizen Think how many thousands ot Porto Ricans under Spanish oppression have never had au opportunity either to learn to road and wnto or to acquire property ruletrlghtWhat elusion Tho trusts through whose in fluence free trade was denied by Con gress to tho Porto Ricans have also dic tated n property qualification for tho Machine Repairing Mr John Elliug can bo found at GEO hmchiindllncNotice i All parties indebted to mo by note lor account will pleaso come forward at fcnco and settle up This means you tt- A M SHAW Stato Line Sept 20th f i t TO TilE TAXPAYKRS OF FULTON COUNTY I Myself or Deputy will bo ut thotfo lowing places to wit Fulton every Sat urday ut 1st Nut Bank Hieknmn ov cry Saturday nt F d M Bonk Mad rid Bond Adams School House Wed nesday and Thursday Oct 3 and 4 Sao MondayOct Jordanioled I as your Stuto und Uounty revenue We urgo prompt payment of all tuxes duo us QuIt unless paid by DECEMBER 1st there will bo U per cent penalty added and in no case will bo omitted as our Statute paw requires the collections of tho samo Wo aru also required to mako settle IIDOlthoCouunonwoulthed time wo will proceed to advertise apd 1000Thankingourpayment wo are Yours truly JTSheriff Fulton I QL OABPKJJTKU D S STEPHENS FURNITURE vTHINGS tn85cIt575lit315a15UntUSgWINOi- n1STEPNENS l1TllJUndorttakeraQoals OfnhlngIn NOTICE Countyi countI 20O KKWAKD A reward of 1100 will bo paid by tho City for tho apprehension and conviction 44- of the person who committed the cow 4 ardly and murderous assault and robbery 4uight4 MayorIthat ho will also pay 100 reward on sumo terms as stove Police and others interested please write to T L Adams City Marshall Union City TennW MayorUnion IMiHcfon lor Itjj Cost 3500 now offered at 81500 cash running gear and top almost good as now Apply at COURIER OFFICK Mixed I Paints We have added to our large stock OF pA JLV Ts- I a complete line of Ready Mixed Paints L All COLORS and guaranteed to be of time BEST QUALITY COVGILL UOWGILL- DltUGGISTr y 300 Shoeso ss- FOR st 9 Ladies and + Gentlernen Tho dealers are scarce who can equal our 300 Shoo r Values We are prepared to give real extraordinary values in MENS I BOYS LADIES MISSES and- CIIILDRENS SHOES s School w i t Shoes 1 That stand tho strain Weve just opened a lino of tho Nobbiest Shoes for Boys and Girls that we havejover shown and not the most expensive sorts either BOE J YL06 f t CASH SHOE STORE FOR THE BEST r I- NGROCERIESI Go where they all go jwho x want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES + r TO Rogers c C Threlkelds UPTODATE GRQCEB11 t WITTINGS OLD STAND1 Goods Delivered FreerFRESH MEATSClinton Street j Telephone 74 LEDFOBB HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meat Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Brati Lime and Cement i JirWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and rip pains will be spared to please our customers iy 1Kff Our motto is UOOD GOODSat FAIR PRICES Try usI Clinton Street Tolphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office leDt k1 aDd MShq Wkct Drlll f- C I lier and 7TJLlcoio Olxill PiowsIjaWn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Hames Backhands Traces c BUGGIESand HARNESS the best grades and styles always In stock in large quantities To get one ito suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial r 0 K r- r y ipi t tltf It YtiJ paeittt v A r w 0 Iv p lE44fRFIkiRdrrtlEW I t STATE NEWS ITEMS r+t A r f HOUSE ELECTION BILLII Provides Two SlnJc Conuuhssloners Oi Democrat and lnat Ilepult lean tppoheed ay Gvernar Frankfort Ky Sept ISSeMtorIJ I Tlnrhcfcon of Corington on Monday I introduced A bill providing that nil tIll county officers including the cir cult Judge and commonwealth attor ney the mayor city cleric attorney niid treasurer In counties where there 11 jis n city of the second class shnll 1 be nominated by primary election Comity clerks are enjoined front pine j lag on the ballots the names of candidates for these offices nominated by other means than primary vice tions I Aldermen councilmen nnd school trustees nrc not nninitt among the ofllien to be so nominated The bill i if pnsgcd will apply to Covington t Newport anti Lexington Senator Men of TcxInjjton also introduced a bill in the senate allow tng challengers and inspectors to represent all candidates in primary L t wlietions The house met with less than a I 1qunrulII Watkins of Warless conn ty offered n resolution providing for r publishing the names of absentees J t daily but adjournment took places f before a vote on it s Frankfort Ky Sept 20The- r house election bill was reported on f i WWednesday It provides for two ftnte commissioners one a democrat and one a republican to be appointed t I by the governor on recommendation of the executive committees The of theII s IIofII be bipartisanr referee State boards may hear asI1 I 1 illlIrohledII c Among the minor changes made byI the Itosley bill is a provision for j opening the polls at G in the morning 1 1 nntl rinsing nt C in the evening ItIi t I uhio provides for the removalI of the- square I under the political devices Andt supplants It with n circle The sen ate Wednesday appointed n special committee to consider hills intro11 b duced by Senators Ilnrbcson and Al len relnting to primarltstI In the house slain dom of Barren 1 offered n resolution providing that if no election bill is passed htt October 2 the legislature adjourn sine die on that day The motion lies ocrII r Frankfort ICy Sept HA mat jority of the members pt the senate committee on suffrages and electionsy Thursday morning reported their bill- V i and it was read nnd ordered printedV The minorities in the senate and I theirIdiffer mainly in that they do not r t agree with the majority in the adillJJ i boardsci f with jildlclal powers The senateI i j 4 passed a bill so amending 1 mary election law as to permit all candidates up to five to have InJJ specters and chaIengers fp iI p f Frankfort KJ Sept 2Bothhordes of the Ilegislature IIridayIII bly reported the Ilnrbeson bill with amendments It now provides that k f intI prlmnry election vhen 20 per cent ofr- I the voters sign arpetitlon for nueh J i Js 1 primary V t Confederate Memorial Owensboro Ky Sept 22the mon uincnt to the confederate heroes ofII IIlthe civil war erected by the John C lircckinridge chapter daughters of w Fridaywr i Sarah Moorman mother of Adjt Gen I George If Moorman United Confed i1 crate Veterans unveiled the statue which is of bronze The monument j y JK the work of George Julian Zolnay the sculptor t Cure of Pikes Gi r Lexington Ky Sept 2tfits Eng lisle system of caretakers has been adopted on the turnpikes in this county The roads are now divided into sections nnd put under charge of a man with a horse and curt lie 1 fills up nil minor depressions attends to ditching etc Cniullilnte fiendi t Orccnup Ky Sept 20 Barney v fi Keuborth born in Germany and at one time one of the most wealthy men in this county diNt Wednesday i + morning lie liai announced his can didHIM for the democratic nomina i tion for repcm Itatlve- Olilcnitu Evangelist In Iuulnrlllr Lexington Ky Sept 21Fred n 3 Smith a Chicago evangelist ad L dressed 300 men and boys in the op era house Mundoy afternoon nut sue 1i t tseeded in getting 294 of them to come 4 to the stage und pledge themselves to f join some church Probably n Suicide f Louisville Ky Sept HIt is novrr almost cnrtatii that Frank II Hear a crnln who died suddenly committed p i isuicide It is known that he had lout heavily at gambling here of late nnd WaS downhearted Jle purchased t morphine Friday and no trace of 1it can be found fn laps room d Will have Saloons broerset Ky Sept 4The city irnerset which has been u locals town for nearly four years license saloons by iti majorit I THE DEFENSE RESTS The Jim llonnra Cat VIII Mkclr lie In the Iliittil if the Jrjr lly Sioxt Tuomliiy Frankfort Ky Sept loThe de fniihe in the lloward trial began to present its ease Wodnosdny Nearly 10 witnesses bnvc been walled Attachments for George Thompson Laurel county and John L Iwines Ownley county wanted by the dcfensa ns witnesses were issued A largo crowd was present to hear Howard He Mild he first visited Frnnkforl fin 1850 the next time in January of this year and came here to secure a pardon He said whun he left Manchester he was clean shaven On reaching here he went to the Board of Trade hotel stayed hi the hotel a seer minutes then started to the state house Ho Enid he met a stranger named Kobbins and had n conversation and after n short talk returned to the hotel because it was cold He was sPMng nt the fire when the message that Goebol hail been shot sums Soon after he saw Goelwls body carried by Frankfort Ky rcpt HWhon court convened 1hut day morning James Howard njrnln took the stand He was crossexamined by Attorney Campbell He again dented having made statements to Jailer Lackey Madison and to Culton regsnllpg the killing of Jocbel Attorney Ow ens objected to Tom Campbells que tlon as to whether the witness gave Dr Mahaffy Clay countys represen tative the impression in n conversa tion that he hud killed Goobel and moved the jurys discharge and that the case be continued The court overruled the motion but sustained the objection Did Jim Howard have a mustache on January 301 On that question in great measure depends his liberty perhaps his life Th6 witnesses mac the defense Including the defendant himself all state that on January 30 and lays before his face wast clean stares Frankfort Ky Sept 22The de fense rested Iits testimony in the taco of James Howard at S oclock Friday afternoon Several witnesses for the prosecution wore heard in rebuttal during the afternoon and the rebut tal will probably be concluded by noon Saturday Argument however will not begin till Monday morning and the case will likely reach the jury I some time Tuesday Several witnesses were introduced by the de fens Friday afternoon attacking the character of James Stubblefleld the Cloy ountycxdeputy sheriff who testified that Howard confided to him that be fired the shot that killed joe bel Others of Stubbleflelds neigh hors testified for the prosecution in rebuttal on this point and pronounc ed him n man of good reputation in the vicinity where he lives Judge J To Kiliston and County Clerk Miller of Kenton county tes titled Friday afternoon to seeing Jim inward on the night of January 30 Judge Kiliston was in the Board of Trade hotel where Howard claims to have been at the time of Ute shooting and he swore that no one was In the hotel office and did not see Howard capitolI sub rebuttal evidence of the defense in the 11m Howard case was concluded Monday nnd argument before the jury will begin during the afternoon provided there in no more time taken up in preparations of the Instructions than is now anticipated The probability is that the argument will bs limited to four hours on each iddc Mr Little will make the opening speech for the defense followed by Col Campbell for the prosecution ExCongressman W C Owens for the defense will make the concluding ar gument on that side and Common wealths Attorney Pro wren Williams will conclude for the state The partisans of Howard while admitting that the prosecution has materially weakened his case as fur ns his alibi is concerned do not be Here he will be convicted as no direct evidence has been brought out show ing that he was in the secretary of states office at the time of the shoot lag The prosecution is resting Its claim to a conviction mainly upon the testimony of Bowman Gnines and other witnesses who testified that they saw Howard running out of tho state house yard after the shooting nnd on the testimony of cxDqputy Sheriff Stubblefleld of Clay county who swore that Howard told him in confidence early in February that ha fired the shot While Bakers previous record was not a matter of evidence the prose cution by adroit routes managed to get It well before the jury that How ard had killed Oco Baker nnd that Gocbcl was assassinated in the annie manner as Tom Baker for which sus picion also rested on toward Miner Lrnrliifr Kentucky WIHIamsburg Ky Sept HTwo hundred striking miners from this district leave just left for the Indian Territory nnd other western districts The men arc nil being transported free by a syndicate said to own vat sable coal lands in the tar west Kentucky Ranker Lexington Ky Sept 24The Ken tacky Hanker association will meet here September 20 nnd 27 from nil over the state will be in at tendnnce An attractive programme I hu been arranged TOE IMMEDIATE ISSUE Jounce lloiiiir anti Hut1 Ignored liy JtelInlcy In the litlcret ur InrCy Pulley Majj McKlnlty declares that while the Philippine issue may Be paramount the silver question isI immediate He therefore Insists that tthe latter must take precedence in the campaign Yet If liryam should be eloetrd us now seems assured and by n political revolution both house should be ilemoerntle nt least four mouths must elapse before Mr Bryan could Rot eon grass together to deal with silver or with anything else From November 7 until Mnreh 4 William MeKliUey will still be president But meanwhile shall the nigger killing still go on unchecked and un ohaUrngrd in tho Philippines Shall we keep iu the field an army of 01000 meta and a great fleet of war ships to back up our wicked nnil baseles ctnlnu of sovereignty over a people who long to be free Shall we go on with our criminal aggression burning and slay lag and sowing havoc throughout n stricken land Whteh Iis the Immediate IMSUO That of denliHg withtt question that cannot be reached In half a year or that of topping a war that IU destroying the liberties of time Filipinos while under mlnlax our own IIf your hoses IU on tire which Is the Immediate Issue tint of extinguish IRK the flames or that of deciding ou plans for a new bears whitj you think of building next year amnerialiem IB at onee tIn para mount and tho Immediate Uaiic Mnj electoral stronger THE Uncle did you dat steamboat Theodore expUIr yourself Yasslr you de president Im foghorn Sugar will ditty Lot of Money But We McKinley with all his shiftiness And all hypocrisy oannot dodge or obscure it Time flag U being trailed in the duct of his Ignoble nmbltloc and the of our late perfid iously betrayed stains its fold Shall we palter with standard and ratios American guns slaugh tering freedom foreign land we quarrel over the color of our money the ore running with blood shed In pursuit of horrible conquest No The immediate Issue is one of justice and honor and high Sil vcr and else must wait up on Anti Maj McKinley hopes tyi vain If he hopes that this great and can be either obscured1 or evaded 0 Republican loa Mark Hanna Is alarmed over the growing indications of republican feat this fall Fear has seized the of the national com mittee and the party boss has begun use the whip the party work ers The big loss shown in the Maine election following on the of the decreases majority secured by the 0 O P In Vermont has served ns the cause for peremp tory orders been Issued henchman of the party to get out and hustle Hanna has quietly campaignfundstrust directors Word has been passed along the line that contribu tions or pledges must be forthcom ing during the ton days the of the party IB In Chicago Alger has consented to few speeches for gnganfromever is enjoying his five years vacation for blackguarding Gen Mlles talklnAHischenpPhiladelphin 1Notlming which President McKin Icy or any campaign orator who is working for his repetition may say in of the trusts can be cepted as sincere or genuine as long the proteaion spion sand thus fosters all sorts of com CltS VICTORY WELL ASSURED I The Vermont Hlectlun Inillenter- riint the Drift lu Totvnril- llrynn Four saps ago 48 more Tobeninny t Ite in addition to those ho had In i M9a and if he loses nay of htn otniiT votes he must get enough In nihjtixtu to pumice up for the 101111I lit Sill several status on ench side were Vtry evenly divided A slight drift wnuUI have sent arc the line Kterythlng impends now there Core 6n the direction of the small majority In n state Is safe if the thrift to in the direction of mnk lag It secure trmont election Indlintes that thc Urjft there in townrd Bryan The demoqrntN are In eiJht now than they were fosir yOnra rit What light dons that thrQw j n the In other atutillTbcrHhlllAn vote In Vermont has fallen ptT about ten per rent an rom pnrell with the correwpomling eieci on In 18CHJ the demoerntii oit hnu Increuted about in tel cent Indiana has 16 electoral votes In 1606 the republican vote there urn- slpe73land l the democrntir To fr If the lloe ten per ieni nnd the dunxxrutB gain SO per rent the ropiililtvKii vote In Indiana this rear will fa nnd the ilommrii e- 3ISif 181tag demoeru plural sty of efc Ml- A gtjiiiinr proorwi fluId give the lon UOflII Detewnre by 417 Vew I MKINLEY MINSTRELS I Mark know de republican party am like a Why no am de captain de trusts am passengers de am de figurehead an de That sweet vocalist Mr Trust ting hit favorite Weve Got a Want to Get Some More hit smug blood allies while are in a Shall when rivers a 1 duty everything this Insistent Issue de camp republican to on republican heels having for every head Since exSecretary make n he denunciation ac them drift 1 The indisputably ii pOfwIbllltlcH while renublleans oiWO a I Virginia by 183W Kentucky by Z4 I30S Ohio by 80501 and North Da kota bIl SSI OHIO IN REVOLT I i One Hundred unit TwewlyIlvr Par user HeKlalpy Men In Onc Town Come Out for llrynn llepunllcan mnnngera In Ohio are nghost at the continued desertion of voters from HannnMeKlnley ranks l wai nearly every flty nnd town In this state conies reports of promi neat red Influential republicans who declare openly that theywill vote for Bryan and Stevenson nnd against McKlnfcjv trusts and Imperialism The ollowialr communleatlon from n prominent business man ol oshoatou Is only one of scores of similar reports from Mark Hnnnns prints lJn ill ok Tohwon 0 Sept 10 IDOaEdllor Na tlonal I moorat I herewith send you tho names of ef6w prominent republicans of this city who are analnsl Mr MeKlnUy In this campaign because of trusts and Im- perlaurmt lion Theodore Neighbor a prominent merchant of New Connomtown and with him morr than D others who declare they will not vote for McKinley thus year Mr NelKhbor was a prominent speaker for McKinley In 1SS6 O Iv pander of Coshocton because hi cannot stand Murk Hnnnaand the tnwts Jamie Crawford H prominent farmer who any the only way to save the country IIl to VOp for Bryan Frank Word a wealthy rolllnR sail man who sayt he It going to vote the straight democratic ticket In order to rebuke 1110 trusm one of which closed on mills aij left him out of work rivd Ilnn of the Twentieth Century Prlntlnt company who declares that Mc Kinley but a Punch and Judy puppet for Mark JInna Tbr are at least IS other republicans In and shout this city who have declared their Mention of supporting Bryan this year but whose names are kept secret tc prevent being persecuted by the Banns ma chine lung Yours truly II T KNIOIIT pa the paramount Issue of im periulum Bryan lIs winning republic tins from McKinley just as on the slitter qnm thou which was paramount In im McKinley won democratic votes from Hryun The position of the purlin has changed about as regards accretion ami diminution There are no defections from the democracy this year but a return of those who left it four pars ago There are no nfces sioiu 10t1It republican party thlsyest but desertions notable in characUa and la aiuaber IJo lou livtf 4 rI Every mother possesses information of vital value to her- young daucrlitor That daughter is n precious legacy and the responsibility for hor futuro is largely in the hands of the thoughtlessphysicalwollchildren also Whoa tho young girls thoughts become sluggish when sho experiences headaches dizziness faIntness and oxhIbits lowerlimbsturdfriendnhlllOmpU y IIllkliantsyoung system for trio corning change and Is the surest roUnneo in this hour of trial proofofMiss Good asks Mrs Pinkham for tfclp IfWDBAmemotimeoblJtltIttol1Cdorvery voua and cf a very bad eater I am a vounir trtrl and have iehwaya had to 5000 2 I 6I 20 work very lard fou1 ho very must pleased It OOItCorTIM Happy Result 1clJruarj lathlox LydiaKmedlolnoIAIIwork Is now a Pleasure to mo while before using your medicine It wan a burden Today I am a healthy and happy girl I think If more women would tame your Vegetable Compound tticro would Iw less Buffering1 In tho world I cannot eX relief I have experienced byusing Lydia LiPink hama Vegetable CoI fMHR4MIIIIIIICUU Goon Cor 20th Avenue and Ycalar Way Seattle Wash OofBC is Ik tat tlut kooit ah peopln tram tse lo time kaIIItli KtaulotorM of tic trtitmooitl w n CtttIu Wsbmt we dnmiud wilh mba N lUnk of tvsa MiI blda tli paid 10 sapperson bo en altow lilal lb lMucooul It out stems or w i naMut r4 baton IiIIwrluf ipccut pniM LVDiA IIMXMAM Uiticim The Waltham Watch Company was the first company in America to make watches the first to be organized half a century ago and is the first at the present time in the quality and volume of its product I The Perfected American Watch jn Illustrated book of Interesting Information about watches will be sent free upon request American Wallham Watch Company Waltham Mass HOMESEEKERSEXCURSIONS SEP4SEP OCT OCT 16 NOV NOV REWARD WALTHAM WATCHES n These are the days on which you can buy very cheap excursion tickets to NEBRASKA and other points in the West including Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Lcadvillc and Glen wood Springs Colo Deadwood and Hot Springs So Dak Ask your nearest ticket agent about them or send to me for folder of particulars P S EUSTIS General Passenger Agent C B b Q R R CHICAGO ILL 4Co and look for a New Home in Nebraska a prosperous country where a farm can be bought for one years rent of an eastern farm if I rt Q i l ft tie y 1 iW- 1t I Irfurmntion Conccrnin at Affairs at the i Capital 1Na ICAN CAMPAIGN LAGGINGI fit tllrlIIIIpplneCanflhr p lir InnlrtiinrnlMlllr of llnnnn urmlln Outlook In the Kail an itnlNlug f Special Corr iK ndenre sldnit McKinley IIIIM gone lioin e o nton 10 girt hit lu roiial titttn lobs campaign In no far u S- Inn will permit The republicani ipaljjn iifeiU Kiiiiethlnir to Kite I r Itt anti eitTRy President Mo Kinky ill bin iilvkcrs ore not Jlkoly to Id en fllllnr1I1HIIII paign lien to be aiung the last mo ment One will he that the Philippine in f mrrectlon IIn over and that cJvIl got eminent Jinn hern established Thin niiplil do If Jj Imdnt bee ni horn ihri llwrc t so many times be turn II is even hinted thnt the nn AguljjteloNi Sjve Mirrpiiitarrri WIII Hint also linn + Eren uswl before terminntI lion of the Philippine campaign willI it lie tetirtrti nnlnCtfJlI1llftnld by nn rnrr for Ike return of at leant MMO iroop Thto in the test It will it- t tI ffonml that the republican Canso t inert It Talk IN ohenp but toe i troops lire Rot going to return untilI the lr nrriTlk n In over Tlioie Whoa r iv term of eiiliklinont IIn out will tow replnrwl by others If the next nd ministration IIN republican llannit and Ihr Coal TrIThe coal miners strike beeomc n mutter of national Importance The I redo o enilani RJ responsible for the I air kr itself anO for any oonsefiuence f which prow out of Jt = The men put MpI with ilnrvntlon vriiffea until body and soul could n longer le held together Think o MipportinK n fatuity on CD ttent olIn kand hnylnj four days work n wee It la a crime ngaltiNt civilization thnt n combine should have tIll power to dbatr such terms to worklngmrn Ills then offered to arbitrate and the IMrnoni learned their pitiful nlIKM1 The a vmpathy of the country will jro out to halnnhllt miners In tbrl struggle for Tiring wngt1t U l s to its hope thnt the mm wl I he imttein even under the pruvooatlan hat ini Burr to be olteml by the Iierntura IJbrJIItItom to lanlnKi Ion nfthe mite Works xec iiUe bAiird sold recently Wt tnijfht u welt tone File ar working Jt I Untratlon nnyway it hAt Income of the republican nmiimptlnn or prosperity and tIll fiii I iflnner l nlM In then face of thin rtHhe of 143W then for 1IKcft tt njijmrt n hare rxUtence 11 IU mnn n month doer the mlnem have liad full mater p dIJ and they never ex peat 1o have pTo perlty nn long ns In tnint controls tire output of the uorltra supply of anthrnoltr contrite public iR dlreetJj Interested In this sulks The eons bnroim are thwrtenlnj nn atlvaiiee of one dot lar n ton for eonl Not because there tin buy scarcity but leoaune coMI weather In eomliJjr and they have tin lunar to Miieee tin ronnumer nn wall nil the workman Jfcver wn there n greater outputl of nnthrorlte cool thou Ihlft year nndI never have the operators enjoyedI more prosperity yet They begrudge 1h +rtr men dweiit wngen out of11io inTlfJoriK mnfle from the industry llHitnn wonW have tarn glad o navel ortrt ItnKt jwntjione the strike lint tlie tipirn1or let him know thn t lie is their ervnnt not their mnnter IVlivn 1117 want nntl trust legltdntlon killed II Is HiiiinaN bu8lnet to life thnt It 1II dun When llannn wnntR the opcrntor lo concede for deninniln of tire Turner Itecntue n f rlke will1I lint a ihnd ffict on the republicanI ojimpHrgn Ibc operator tell him 1to ntUiifl to lilll liiiKliipiiN of managing the raT pa1m std they Till attend to tltelm llanna IK chagrined bas l IK to Tlke the man in the ArabianI TCIght wlro let the genii out of the box wWl corilftrit got them back Mryatt training Cliairrnun iloneti of the democratic jintlona cnnmh1ce ling lern MWudIt ing a fen tiny In the east I very iniiiiJi phnsetl over tin demo n tle ontlwK New York matt IIsI putting up ai Hjflendid eampnlgn nml the repuhriroiiH tire ranch diiorgan ied then The democratic Mate roimnlttcr liave good aetlvc orgnnl rnttODM In allt iiiifldlc weatern tntes The precinct nirjrimzntlons anddemo crattc clul 21J1 mnking great tiend way The drtiK crot propose to see to It this ynil tlmtcvery man wljn wants to vote for 1lrynuhaI i the op Ijurtunlty nod that every vote cast fo libu IK counted Thews IK no objection lo JInnna getting out as big n repub Until vote an he ran but the republic ans will not be permitted to count nny totes except thow actually tut SOl lliclr candidate Every week brings new accession to Bryan from the republlcnp rnnkn and every week shows plainly that I there UI going to be n big Mnyat homo republican tote thin year Tin nlhnlnl nation IK decidedly unpopular I with Its own party I Bryan by IIII own pperchfH IR mnk Ing thojiKnndI of votes He epenKR J OH the pnln i ian of the people He has the cnnpnKxIon and understand Jnff for Ijuiuaiilty JnniIshtnrt JJe Jfw jj if 6 frank and courageous Ho tulle 4he people exactly whore be 8tnntfn on nl tho great issues Hln llabor ellII sytupathythe CIIIIKgsympathy nt If he Were one of them Not 10 wltl ltoosev lt lie was pelted with Jeen and hard question by the working men of Chicago on Labor day Thej openly taunted him with towering gov eminent uy Injunction nnd n military form of government Haiina IIIIH been keeping TlooRevell I an far WCRI an possible bccnimo tin eastern republlcanR will not stand for his bombantlc and egotlstlQ ora levy on nay terniH but Roosevelt hai troubles in the west Tim weRterr upobyn At ItooKeveltH meetings there nre the iiblipiltoim colored men who rrmind him that n colored regimen nnv il the rough ridcrn from annlhtla flan on San uan hill and then then IIH sure to be n shower of lOKtent con raining quotations from lloosevclt se books In which he shows himself tin narrow conceited aristocrat havhijg no real sympathy with the people He has sent Honna word that he Iff tired of the west anu wants to ram home lint while he IR losing votea for the republicans he IR doingIt In states that will be democratic any wiry and llannn f doesnt propose t0 let hint help the democrats by lit fool lull speeches In doubtful states IUiv In the Hold Mnnilitril 11 rejuibltcaiiH are now Industri oiifdy pointing out the flaws in thel gold tnndnrd law nnd nuking to IK- given another opportunity to fix 1 up They will get that anyway I the twining short session of the Fifty Rixth congress but If a republican tougrealt and executive couldnt paw a satisfactory gold Rtandard law at tlie last session the hankers have III right to Hunpcct that they will be un able to do Font any future time ADOIPH PATTEUStt S TAXDODGER HANNA ills ffiviirn Hlalrmrnt lo he Auiciao r In II U Home Cuunty la Ohio A startling revelation has just been made at Cleveland which shows that plusfo crag U our of the poorest citizens of the republic It nil came out through 1the office of the assessor of tuyahogn county Mr Hnnnu has made a sworn return to this meildleiiome oflicial showing that the value of nil his per Ronal property IR only n little more than 9000 This return makes Mr vcrry Rinnll and OH before stated shown 11that he U a poor man It Is suggest ed that if Mr Hanna continue much longrpto devote himself to the inter frrnt of Mr MoKlnUy be wilt be a bankrupt for it IIs well known thai when Mr Hnnna first entered public life he was worth ninny millions It IR recalled that hiyi first great stroke of tateaman ship and act of patriotism consisted In contributing liberally to the fund raised to pay IIlr McKlnleya debts which were ao 51rnI n buslneidi man Hut this patrol net did not cost him touch accordln 10 the statements of himself and hi p lieutenants Mr liannas living ex penses are not nearly so henry aR arc those of 20 or more other statesmen nt Washington who have acquired great deal leas lane than ban Mr llanna Whut then It IIs lxing asked linn become of Mr HannaR fortune It laI not believed that he put all the money for Mr McKlnely In the lasi campaign or that he hns been dryv ling on hi owa honk account for the presidents bcuetit In this campaign And yet Mr HannaR worn Rtatemeut serenity made nt Cleveland shows him 1o be almost a pauper Washington Times IlliiiKrreinrnl Aumnc header+ t1nlesr the republican leaders put their heads together not 1their arguments they will stand it good chance of not deceiving mrtty people In IhlR campaign McKlnley dvclares that sliver IU the main Issue 1and that the battle of two roust 1m 1fought over lignin Jloo evelt instate that silver Is nit only an IIssue but the paramount ont which it would strut ought to satisfy cnn a Montnnfc otherthand Foraker nayK In his Young town speech that nil of the republic atts and half of the democrats tre opposed to free silver but that Bryan will try to force It Anaconda Stand ard IVtiat WeKlnley Amiimn There III omeUilnp almost Inujt li able In Mr McKlnleys wlioleRale IB etimptlon of credit for the prosperous coiulltkm of the country In ids I ltter of jtcecjitnnce the republlcun party and his own administration rrn again miiHe the source of nil the hteiR lags which the people enjoy llie republican Party ejipeclnlly In its earlier ttnyscall point to much intr history thtit is wgrthy of pratarja7d antirKclfRatUftVd leader Mr McKlnley really suueumeft too notch when he robs nature of the credit that JH duo to her proillgnl generosity Kansas City Star lf the republlcau gold standard Jeglslatlon of last winter U good Jegls JutloTT If It does what President Mc Kinley and his Mipporteiw claim fur it In whatt way can the demand of the drniocrit populists IIdl silver repub Hcaufi be a menace to the countiy If it does no + do what Its supporters claim why ire they braggingdbdut It Wave they purpo ilyjineFed a Weak iw no aa to have the question an IK foUl In this c iirualgn 11111e11a Tutle cudeat I MORE SUBMARINE BOATS Lrvtlii Nlson of nilxnlielh N J Will Ilulltl Five for the Holland ff- Cumpnny Lewie Nixon of Elizabeth N J will build five submarine boats for the Holland company Four of the craft will be for the navy tinder the contract which calls for six Rubma nine boats and the additional boat will be used aa a sample craft abroad The Holland people Intend to present propositions to foreign governments for the construction of their type of submarine boat nUll already it IR sale the firm has been greatly encouraged by the reports which have come from the European experts In regard to the Holland The naval attaches at Wash ington have been interested ttpecta tors at the various trials of that boat and Have Jnade favorable reports 01 the step TJIO newer types which an embraced In the naval order comport more than favorably with the subm rims boats designed abroad The contracts for the six boats for the navy have been executed nnd the deliveries of the first of the boats will be made within elgh months FEARED SHED BE AN OLD MAID Why 3ll Alice Slnrlnlr glade Iud moan liuate to Get Slurrtnl Three hours after she acted nili bridesmaid at the Abiding of C W John of College hill und Sadie cj 421rChambers street Cincinnati Oth Sinclairtthinng in Williamson avenue was married tc Willard Heeler the grooms but man Tho SlnolalrKeeler wedding won tc huts been celebrated next week but at the wedding supper of her friend she found the thimble the suppose symbol of old maldshlp in her pier e of wedding cake and fearing that the saying would prove true invited th entire wedding party and the minis ter Tier L E Lee of the North lire byterlan church to the home of hoi father and was married In her brides maid dress CHANCE FOR YOUNG MEN Abram 8 Ilrvflll Thinks Abllltr and iMiiaMrr Will HrlBK 1U flue Kmnrd In Hue Me Abram 8 Hewitt emphatically dis agrees with Richard Crokers fle Ura tlon that the young man today las no chance in business Mr Hewitt declares opportunities for young men arc as great as ever and competent men are needed in al most every line of business He be limes young men will do wen to put their savings into Block tlntluBtrieft and enterprise urelri creasing end there must be men to conduct them Men are dying as loaf is they evexdld Who is to take their places Not the sons of Rockefeller and Vanderbllt They are going to ipend their fathers money The com petent young men must fill the places of Importance and there are places for nil such men tGood ISxcHne Unaied firstpthat attributes its poor showing In he cenHUB returns to the fact that ho women hid for fear they would nave to tell their ages The SUe of It Those cities that had taken their neasurts xvth their shoes oa says the Philadelphia Nnth American nra tailing fault bet + n the census takers tooldu5feet MAHKRT REPORT Cincinnati Sept 24 CATTXl Common 33 00 S 4 25 Extra butchers 5 00 5 15 25elions Choice packers 5 to ra 3 55 Mixed packers 5 35t 5 SO SHEEP Choice 1 00 IIJ 05 LAMBS Extras Si a 21 IOUnSlrlng pat 4u I 4 10 WHEAT No 2 rcdIi 7N COUX Xo 2 mixed CI 47t OATS Xo 2 mixed 1 2- 3RYENo 3 lii 56 HAY Ch timothy t14 00 POHK Mess 111240 LAKU Steam UtrrfKU n fl 95 Cli tll1lryCIi 15 Choice creamery It 2814 APPLES Ch to fancy 2 2 50 POTATOES Per brl 1 1 50 25IIIITODACCONew 0 7 95 Old V 12 14 75 CHICAGO FLOUU Win patent 3 00 q 4 10 WHEAT Xo 2 red 78 Xo 3 spring 70- COUX 4SNo 2 04 41 4- OATSNo ffi 417N 2 2ew 22y4 11YB tf 131 IORKylese 12 00t 12 05 LAIIISteam TU2lltu 7 05 NEW YORK JOURIn patelt 3 70 i 4 0- 0l1IrE1rn 2 red COUNVXo 2 mixed t p43- OA 18 So 2 mlxcdf ffn 2414 UYE tq GO hAIM Steam i d 7 50 POItK Family U 25 IG 00 UALTJMOnK WHEAT Xo 2 reel 75V4 n 75 Southern 74170aCOUX Xo 2 mixed 45y4 11411 OATS No 2 mixed 25 ffS 251 CALTLEliutchersS 00 ft 5 25 HOGS Western 020 5 C 25 INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT NVi 2 reda 70 COltN No 2 mIxedII 41 QATS No 2 mixedtt 2111 LOUISVILLE FLOUU Win patent 4 00 i 4 50- 1y1JEATNo 2 redt 74 CORNMixed gS 44 23yPontMeseLAUnStcara V ffft 1 25 to HE EXPLAINED IT ITJlII Man Who Doesnt Know Anr i thins About Golf Drdnm a Term of the Oaiuc golfII I Chicagollimeslluh way fir ashrno man us going to show hit ignorance of sports to his wife sherepeatedTwo uphep returned OblI of senses Well you yr heard of topping a ball havent rout Certain vf naturallyits1 dont quite llee lopIstop thebottom youNday11henNowdontBut what U topping a ball she per suited Good heavens how ignorant you are iskf1ICklcomesdownup would make that clear to you Two Canals nindlnsr Atlantic It iii averted that the future will tee two ratal binding the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean The value of such connection cannot be too highly estimated It will bring added pr iperity to the nation at urelII floe tettera fStomach Hitters hinge health to the diipentic If you cannot get rid bf your in dilution constipation dyspepsia or bilious nnythingFee for llnnk Directing 1 stranger got off the oar and accosting a teMsboy asked hun to direct him to the newest bank This way said the newts and turn tat the corner pointed to a skyscraper just arois the street Thank you and what do I owe you sad the gentleman pulling a penny out of hi pocket A quarter please fordyoungstertTribuneetfenrlr Four Years Suffering PalmetsLWrote Palmer Lotion haa cured me of t very distressing eruption on my scalp of about four year a standing which was acrompanicd with a proftne rjendruff and a terrible itching she itching entirely die rppeared after one or two applications and a complete cure was effected in a short time al1 this after having been treated by va M DI1 and much money spent in tier but all the time one ratter than better Send to Solon Lmer 374 Pearl street New York for sampleUIt PeiBle Krrrybodjr I cant understand it he said with a htl tICl little quaver in file voice I cant understand it Why do the women have thin skirts made ten inches too long and highForthe folly of at tempting to understand the eternal fem ite Rhnorejmerkan r w- Hat fur tile Hovreli No matter what ails you headache to a youFtowelsivre you without agri e or pain produce rosy natural movements cost you just 10 tents to start getting your health back t carets Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C LImped on it Beware of Imitation Safe ThereI thatfriendwithbisaUSUttrwellTbat youhaveOyster stew Philade1pbla Press I I What a Mosul Can Du nat was a remarkable demonstration of whit a Mogul can do that occurred on the 1e York Central the other day when en juiiiNo 018 one of the new Moguls hauled uut train No II the Southwestern Limited matte up of two mail cars tie passenger cagbes and nine Wagner tare sixteen cars in all The total weight of the train was 1832000 pounds or PIG tons and the length of the train including the engine was KJ212 feet or nearly a quarter of a mile This engine marie turn running time of the tram between New York and Albany 143 miles in three hours and fifteen minutes There Is no railroad in the world which has k better roadbed more skillful engi neer or letter equipment backed by loyal men tlwaya alert for the safety of their pas seneert than the New York Central and Hudson hirer railroad What road can match its corps of men from President Cal laws down the Ions line of employees to the nimble and faithful iekmen who watch their sections of rail through the long hours of the night and day in order toI safeguard the lives of the travelers on trains whirlipi by their humble shanties manyof whichjneetle closely to the rails under their Albany2irraitnion A iratt at the 1ery Wort IVpiirry That wn a fierce fight you had R youCholly he rumpled my cwarat dweadfully but when it was tall ornh his collah was fwightfully wiltedlbi1ldelphialreI The HeHt Prescription fur Chills and Fever U a bottle of Gitovrs TASTKLEM CHILI IVxic this simplYiron nail qutolnetu atastclctsrormI Nocuronopay lricc50a I t Sure of 1IU Job i I Magistratc What is your business 11itneiaMatrjmonial agent for my daughtersFliegendefllaetter To Cures Cold In One Day Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Alltt druggl5Uofiuid moneylfitfalls tocurc 25c i itS Arithmetic Cln probletnNowJainteTames l a Rays its the collectors maam Syracuse Herald- KachpackaRoof PUTNAM FADELESS Dna pcrccuyBold Pisoa Cure cannot be too highly spoken of is a cough c reJ W OHrien 322 Third Ave X Minneapolis Minn Jan C 1000II The trpubioAv1th the collar button is that it Iis such an tuiitartit wont keen in its place Puck Vy9 Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken internaljvy Price 75e Csi3L uL y f You can dojulci nearly anyone of being a fool AtcliTiohQlobc Iii tuecltioklftio it Kiime Gnm to heiI AYegelabfcfteparaiionror As similating fteFopdandDcgula ugtheSbibsl3awels of JNIVMS Promotes DigcalionJChcerfur ncss and RestCOnlalns neither tjnlMorplliile nor Qncral Nor NARCOTIC arGEiDSN4iylflrrIrT- wt t s AJh SJI- IAsWsIi i9ir 1t WI- I Jr- Idv Conslipalion Worms Convulskms Feverish 1 ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile+ Signature of P NEw YORK n i old EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER II CASTORIA For ChIldren The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears oft r- Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA riiiioiiIIiThe man who smokes a 5OldVirginia Cheroots = has a satisfied glad I have got it rexpression on his face from the time he lights one He knows he will = f not Be disappointed No matter z = where he buys oneMaine Texas Florida or Californiahe knows they e- I will be just the same as those he gets at homecleanwellmadeburn1 eventaste good satisfying 1 Tires baited million VirginU Cteroots saoked tlii year Ask your owa dealer Price 3 for SceatsI RiIIBi iOR = = 7 = O i IW INCHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS IIIINewRlvlfl 1111 Leader aIfflIlIlRepeat I lMtHupooturaitbcmUicnootbr gad you sr ttt the bat Pen that roaey gas hr I DEALERS KEEP THEM1 1ALL Ilrat used Dr Chaste J MoBett graduate I Mari ell Collece Pyiadelpbla Pa11 his + I and successful treatment ot children In Geor t to teething and the hot sumaers TCCTBINA Teething Powders counteracts the effect ot hot weather and keeps the dlgestlve organs In a healthy condition and has saved the lives ot thousands of children In the doe tore native state where physicians prescribe and all mothers give and U Is criminal J CxwtiwJZSctntsatOniaWi ormalUScto n MOFFE TT M nSt look Me Iaioend Delicious Desserts Durnbnms HnHty Jellycon makes delicious desserts You have nothing to do but die solve It in hot water and sot It away to cool it make n delicious transparent anddelight ful Jelly dessert Flavors orange lemon strawberry ra pbernr peach wild cherry and unflavored causfoot for making I wine and coffee jellies Oat a package today at your groce- rsRUUriivuThbtRadRap r taeledad8abtitvtnferplssWeSampylihissTat t To Be Concise Young man said the editor to the colI umn storywhich could have been told better in ten lines when a man discovers his house II ablaze he doesnt go to the window and tell he passersby that half an hour ago what threatened to be a terrible con gration broke out in the upper story of the JeremiahDickens I youngmanSt For Ilomeaeekerii The Chicago Milwaukee A St Paul Ry i will sell regular Homescekerx Excursion tirtects to ail points in South Dakota at one fare due 82 for the round trip ou October i theCornI i S1 September JO to October 4 1000 in elusive This exposition is held to dem onstrate the great agricultural resources I wealth and possibilities of this thriv ing state The exposition is held in a gor forbeauta building of a temporary uature There I thousands of acres of cheap lands left in South Dakota that will under the present conditions in that state Vapidly increase in price and the holding of this corn palace with its ninny attractions that both amuse and instruct should be an opportunity that all land and investment seekers should em braceFor anIi1Stt Paufny or address Geo11 Heailord General Passenger Agent Chicago The wise man under the impulse of re morse kicketh himself but the fool soak eh luiuulflutU r y k Infant and the- Signature t I n Thirty THE CENTUR eoarNT NEW teas elTY or Old RI TEETHINA1I1It by it NAfer Ita are SURE CURE For BilliousnessDyspepsia Kidney and Liver- Complaints rats remedy has been highly recommended br some of our physicians ot Cincinnati astbs Beat Hemedy rut on the market APPLY roil PILES SAMPLE F tlla 8 rrtomedy Co-P 0 1404 StSlt7 Ulla St Clstlsaitl 0- CHICACOToOMAHA DoubletDally Service New line rU Rock Uubu9nelWalerloo Dodc and Coon I ell Wufls UuloI- Ibntnsaokllt canstttplnx cart tree reeHelugi chair cars dining rata Send to the undertime for a free copy of Pictures and Hatta Enftouto lllustret log this new line AS seen from the car window Tickets of Menu of I C R It and connecting Uses A1L llJNBON 01 A ClllclCo READERS OP TillS PAPER DESIRING TO BUY ANTTIIINQ ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS BIIOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THEY ASK FOR HEIT8INQ ALL SUBSTlTUTKa OR IMITATIONS 4 O DROPSYN6H DISCUVEKYi gives nlUtand carts wrrat cur Hook of t tUmoaUli and 111 di tnatatnl Pre Ur it U UluaI2IIUlSo Lox 1 AtUnuUa A N KE 1832 1T1ICX AVKITINO TO AJDVKKTISEKft rleae tote that you saw the AaverUo mont In this purer 1e ra Ji 4- i e p I u i 1 try sI J1raMlfj t I 4 4- I to rI j A S tisJ1 1 7 Building 1 Material r i ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM = I II +L BEfl ti f f fDoors and Windows Shingles scot JJLimo1 and Cement j i I Hardwarejj ESTIMATES l CHEERFULLY FUn ISIIEn FEED STUFFS Ij Hay Oats Corn Bran etc eteII L PeW S y II THE NIIIKT WAIMT MAW And His Reception in Va rloiiN Cities I Oh you Horrid thing I You Shirt walstlnan Get hence Dont you know That youre not planned For negligee effects Oant you realize That if we allowed you J To leave off your coat I Theres no knowing where youd stop j For youre just the sort That needs an iron hand s + 11 To keep you in your place 1l 1eAd that is in your coat Nt velvet paw i No angels touch will ever lead youip Bata few swift lines i + Like theseap 1May you see j The error of your waysYi It may be true you your Trousers made hipsIJmay mean you sport a belt f In which you seem to Have confidence But oh t t Lat a la lala Dont you know 1Thntif you wear a shirt waistdr4 You must have dress shieldsNa aAnda pulley beltl R Andjono of the new straight front ones pinsAnd1 effects I Through which there is A dim shadowy view Lownecked Cut Vb+ And a fenceti Through Socalled which tuns Though not for infants wear ExclusivelyAnd little bows It takes all this To make a shirt waist possible thingsShirtwaist That youve yet to leart Take heed Doling to your c- oatI JAnd shoes And socks i Andother queer things that you wear 1 For truly Shirtwaist Man i sightTo v t 1 JAndJ Now be nice Put on your coat And try tbJorget you ever took it off hipSShirtwnist You dotKate in the New York Evening SunIliar to go terJIell Yet A German once said to his dogliMy e dog yon have a snap You was only a dog und I a man but I vish I vas you In effery way you hat do best of it Yen I Iyouwants to go mit the bed in you just darns round dreo times and lay down Yen I go mit the bed ih I haf to lockup the place und vind tho clock and un dress mincself and my vife vakes up and scolds me den babby cries and 1 leaf to valk him up and down den von I shunt got to sleep its time to get np again Ven you get up you stretch a f couple of times and you vas up I haf t to dress minselt and light tho fire and put on the kittel scrap some mit my vita already and don maybe I got sonic breakfast You den plays around all day and hat plenty of fun I hat to york hard all day and I haf trouble j aplenty Von you die you still lint dl best of me you shust lay still Yon die I hat togo to hell yet A misplaced comma has got a Greo ly county lean paper in a peck of troy ble The journal in question recently published an item m which tho follow tug sentence occurred Two young e men from LcotA went with their girls to Tribune to attend the teachers insti and as soon as they loft the girls J Jtutedrunk Tho comma belonged after girls and the hitter are uiuktn- I it hot for tho editor toSILonir Cheap hates Mo nut I Keturn Via M Si 0 K K Account St Louis Exposition and1at Fair Agents of the Mobile S Ohio II II Wickliffe Ky to Jackson Tenn will1 sell tickets to Sf Louis Mo and re turn on Monday Sept 17 and on each I Monday and Thursday thereafter until1 Oct 1900 inclusive at rate of one faro 1 tickets limited for return passage five t days from date ot sale And on account of the St Louis Fair Agents of tho M Sc O R R will sell tickets daily to St Louis and return Sept JJO to Oct 0 at rate of ono tare tickets limited return iug to Oct 8 1000 for f ther luforma tioa apply toNauy agent of tho above p road or tof Atr elany r I IJKJ CAT ItAXOII Valuable Collodion of Bare Species Owned br a Breeder in Bighorn Mountains Cheyenne Vyo Sept 11 Aohllltt ppaeId through tho city en route from Ida fa mous oat ranch in the gig Horn mountains to Hpoud som o hue vUi rolatty in his old Canadian home Davoust iMUtuliahod his Bit Horn out ranch several year ago and now has onoI of tho choisoat of out collections The ordinary and regulation tubby S the valuable Angora with its grout size aril long silky fur the rutty shall variety tho big tailless Manx fe line from the Isle of Man the bOil U tifll Ii I Carthusian Cut tho Mnltosu and tIll iin tlvo wild cat of tho Big Horn Mountains are all includod in M Davoustfe brood ing pens Tho market value of tho tngorn tho tortoise shell and tho Carthusian run from lf to XU per cat Mnltow kit tons are worth 81 clout as ooy OB their oyos are upon while tho native wild ant commands an uspooinl land fancy prior The cat ninrhnum has now on heal I all told 11XX onto and eatiiuatoa market valuo of his stock at botwoen LlwII 000 and 7000 He in doing ablo fancy breeding nnd UlillOOlaUYex j pools to bo able oon to supply Urn near kot dUlIllwd for the rero IlRrtlooJored blaok and cream Angom Cotton anti the Colored Man Tho absolute certainty that the cotton manufacturing industry must sooner or later Ue otutertd1 in the cotton prodno lug States is naturally nu nnplensnut ftiot for our Hasten contemporarys lion tomplation It is a condition that pal liates some little exasperation aril it might call for sympathy if that tlllIotion were not repressed unit ropullml by ax hibitions of malice Tho troutuiunt of regime in tho South is much bottor all thiucs considered than their truatmout in the North Race prujndico is more lU any Northern Stato than in ny part of the South In view of roo cent outbreaks of mob violence in Now ork Ohio sail Illinois one would lute aginu that a discreet Northern notes topictnumber of black people in tho North as compared with that element in the South thero has in fthe past throe verve been more of the mob spirit und its ro suits in tho former tuna ill tho latter when it comes to malt i6aq sail- iabolical destruction of property tho orthern autinogro mob outdoes Iits its Southern contemporary a thousand to one Yashinetou Pont HrcsclN rnnlwlimcnt Epitomized this is tho puntshniont to e meted out to lirosei the murderer of ItalyIllsl dud Tory like n coffin lIe must stand up constantly day atidpI night for ton yean Vermin will assail him His prison is absolutely dark Ho will never bo given a momentsI work or ojccroisc If he doosnt die of poisoned air line mia is certain to result Abdvo him are all tho instruments ofr torture of the Middle Ages and ho willII not know what moment ho may bo sub jected to them Y Tho assassination was a shock tq civ ilization but how infinitely worse the vengeance hero planncil by the consti authorities of u civilized Chris nation r Strango how wo forget our arith metic unless wo keep in practice ro marks an exchange Our olllco was thrown into u state of demoralization last week by a stupid mathotnaticul puz I zle that has boon going tho rounds for compceitors I thing on tho bookkeeper It was the old problom of the two boys who sellI thirty apples apiece One soils his atl I two for a coat nnd brings homo 16 cunts The other soils at Ihreo for a cent and1 returns lU cents or u quarter of n dollar altogether Next day their mother selL sixty apple at a for two cents and note only 21 cent The puzzlo is to toll why boysInd1I penny Of course tho thing is as eItas hydrant water when you once sou through it lint tho book keeper who considers himself pretty clover with figures pounded away at it for an hour upthati Now Orleans or Madagascar A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER 1Tim WEEKLY AMEHIOAN tho Load lug Southern Weakly till Oat 6th WOO mill n Juuss inn 825000Coru Guessing Uontost for only 10 you t WatolioH Froo Send 10 cants to tho Weekly Aniorl can Nashville Ieln and you will 1110 ogrI tho south till 5 1000 You can al so have a guass in tho 82CO corn guess contest Guess uninbcr of grains on an average size ear of whoa Indian corn length 8J inches diamotor at largo snug hicuH is middle at luohg uud 2yhlolisa Tn tie sub Briber or subscribers naining tho oar root or nearest correct number of uraing on tho oar wo will give 8260 in stab Ifr moro than ono correct gnoxs ho amount will divided The oar of corn lies boon placed in tho American National Hunk uuhuskcd and under seal Contest olos CH Aug 1 f Guesses must be sont inl soma letter nnptionh For n club of thirty nosy subscriptions at 10 cents each wo will give a goodII watch guaninteed for twelve months and the club raiser can liavo thirty guesses as well as onoh HtilMeribur burlb allowed a guusa tit o have BOIIIO gruatb iknulli THE AMKIIIQAN Nashvlllo Tonn i THE OHHJIX OK flU lInTE iIUSK rDtxhontwl to VirginiaI t tk When In the garden Virginia S1 l To cull n IKMJBV rnro iiecortnlned the little mild Willi another hewer stem j On fair Virgnius cheek A bright crimcrfh xnvfi i Wliow beauty doth but ponk Jriviil to the roso IIIjASlit stood beside Uio flower QUro r Srs- And r then a bright otherial aheuiw Around till garden Wirow t t10PromAnd why tho hull of pure whito a 1 That lhikes tho oriinsou glues J4I UAh Virginias rose so red and taif i iriIi This pallor did nssuino It iKtilwl to find n rival thereABeside herself in bloom fKllrlliviltv Minnn nrecOnfdIsNSa au i Hwvetluiirt while out ruling and thlIb shot and killed hor but did not have the aerie to kill hltllliOrrr t I CARUTIIERSI I NBRYIB X D F FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIES ETC l b cusnoy vrHRBT HICKMAN pigwruhI Telephone No 00 e LIVERY STABLE I OPPOSITE U R tKP+ T J H POLLOCK Frpr First class turnouts buy II urr carriage safe teams r + tiiinor oved with tiourtiMy and JKIIM Pa tronugo solicited7alqh It IUiii CITY BARBER SHOP To my old otmtotnon Wr anseen- to stay ObIy will IIf1JIItCiah TO trylug barbers II U C1uwruIVILL Sow Eli C E EAKEE General Grocer SttHating purchased the Oreoery BeeckI pleardehirel sad Choice Uargaln Foit SAM A twoyor old bay mule 15t list high edit broke Aim rood drirm horse and sorrel pony I aiu otfer 1I1IIa red Durham cow will sell no IN 1411idoxabout 1 tuilo cast of I1JOIISI IJcforoDcciiIIntr on Your SuiiiinrrTrip I Look up mates mullet anti train Ir toWlukoslmPutinDny Ohio DMIIVVF PUllhluIUI- r Colorado Spruit Col MiKkin U laud Mich gWrntfo 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