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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I iw 5 t wI j J tIt GiVIOJ I f M COURIER 1e t tr c R 1 t = OLDEST NEWSPAPER INt TERN KENTUCKYy 0 IjSllABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUN KY OCT 5 1900 VOL XXXV NO 45 71 t 1I1CIUIJ i ACGOflDINO TO GODS HOLY i OBDINANOH l t IhMljitgcopal Church Jliekinim on todt1 Slay evening Out 8rd Mr W H 7ILui f nnd Miss Mury ATWOOO tho KovAnihur Booghcr ofllclating The huroh dcoorutioa wore elutarulo nnd t urul pldms feast asparagus rogue luaufundoandelnbrtuyiiiil burning tapers throw hTltrt sofiehTg ulow over Uw serene and t hob jfurroundlngB Tho bridalJ party r WlJM in by MeiidelsonV wedding t rtwrun and out by Lohengrin Dur ingtholmjirofwlve cpruiiioi Mr Jack i JililetnndMiiM Alien JuuitHI pluywl l KjflJy cud sweetly Call Mo Thine Owu The lirldtj WM govvnod in u lovely whito orfinndft with satin and taco trimmings u curryingbrhldlrentfonitl Sack Mrs Henry Cowgill wren a omnfj cirgniidy with black velvet r trimming The bride nmida Mimn MfiUlI Prunah anti Mary Anderson wore carryingrgirlstt w4rotho little Milton Annie Cowgill Lmiteo Atwood and Huth Klllson TheI uglier Kenneth Anderson and Air Hon Herring cousin of tho bride preceded the bridal party to tho nltnr thou the i grooinnmon Mivurx John M Dillon and Vnrd Luteu followed by the 1 rido 3iaryAtuhrMrs II nry Cuwgill and tin three lUUe lluwor girl The marriage fOre phony wan tho full Kplsoojialorvaco ittl proMlve and Dutiful iw it In nil the aongrogutton us vllniHKB HUmdintf dur fag the ndinlnlfttrution of the holy or dlimrtttO nil bride and groom after the cero stony loft attended to the depot by many friends fur nn extended uridnl trip to SL LouisI Washington and Now York and attended by u united liud a Ulrw you from hustic of friends The lirido la on pure Hwool and lovely u young girl ai ovur grow U womanhood in thin community nnd is a rich jiw 4l in the iiiukiMip of liitpplnow Ui thus she IOVOM RIll tie grown is one of the- nest uAUrpririlug punt bout busint + men and iwnt worthy guntlomtm vteewr know nnlvanmlly impuhir and worthy t tofovary uoulldiie end IItICfC1Al By tlio way n lady friend tolls u writ UtaV Will lilltdon S Is the salt uf tine earth aud tha jmgar too plod blew thin ytliTtf tiMI i pray r U1 w TrNCiItnj home and abrad- BALLOON ASCENSION J Tuesday October 9tir 1900 Tho oopln should not fail to come to IHakiimn noct Tuonday the Utluind nee tho grand balloon ascension It In worth twining mllttH to sea Mr Cluronco llik hurl mid to lII ono of tho worlds most during neronnuta is to make ono of hit thrilling Burial OiMMndonR in hill sent iiiuih ulrxhlp the Cubrn wean und nf tar ntlatnlng an immense altitude of r many Ihoumnd feet will cut loon from Iwi wottdraua lying air engine and by ream pfC mingle ppamohnto or umbrella will msko n must during and twill do Kcunl to mirth the balloon in thc mean time flying with the npood of u burr anno Into llmttl M HJ UCO No sight so aimlllng more oloctrifyihg and more exciting unit over xviUiwicd and which is atfurad absolutely free the IIUHJHOH men of lltukmRU having subscribed the monay You should not fail to KPO this daring trn ozo nat on n swiftly living Imlloon and thrilling jtunichutt jump iMTing thin balloon 7000 feet from the earth and actually fulling GOO feet thrnnvh space before opening KILLED AT FULTON Mr John T Blythe n prominent citl Ion mid Gypsoy Ilndoll Ja hose dealer were killed at Iulton Wednesday by n railroad train They were crowing tile traak In u buggy CAItl OP THANKS Many thunks to tho buslnetm men of 11 10 lUll II II for their libenil and generous donations to mo and my family with money olothlng and provisions Also to tho ChrliMun ladles of Hickmnn for f clothing for my family nnd nolf when wo had none I hope to God none of them Will over wake up at the lour of Ihdtheyminuted nil gone down in ashes 1 will say bgain runny thanks to all especially to my neighbors for furniHhlng mo she t ttorbedding and Bomething to cut until 1 could do letter J 0 und SUSIE BARNES High Wlro Walk I O 01 Kokhurt tho aeronaut will give I un exhibition of his skill as a high wire wtilkur on Clinton street in Hlckninn tomorrow i Saturday nftcrnoon You will 1111 li a ruro treat iif you fall to at tumid tomorrow afternoon A nogro named William ffom Ful ton was hanged near Tlptonville on Wednesday for lusaaultlraj and robbing n pcdlor He confessed to somo rubber leoJ ut Fulton 1 al mmmmmmmmmmw I October= TIMESAVING BUYERSa tmmmf mf- II I 1 t Oreetiti1 trrI tii r t I- p r v = fa 1N OURtE Clothing Room 1 Qlloli1ft our test of clmapncss Tu = looking for Cheap Clothing do not lo Hight of the Ian t that time true tcit tf ClioupiiesH is Quality In our ClotliiHg you will find qualm = tty yoked to bottonvijriq f 8500 f- E u lBoth MOIIR nnd Boys at Wonted Checks Black Cloy nnd hcnvyAWpolcn Suits 87 U oiIf J Both Jens and Boy Htrlctly Woolen JoJe4VrOas Bimeres and Cheviot IH lllaok nobby Checks and Stripes in Worsted Snits v M t- lE 81000 lMens Suits = Ruough style nnd weaves to urprlic you Meet r 11U1nyoffitJ = 81500 and 1800 Suits II are lu Black Granites and special Wonted weav II as nod are triumphs tailoring 1n a BOYS a to 16 yoaw two and three polce Snitii 1 Two Dollar valuoa at 4jR60 r Tltret Dollar values ntuu iiW t 11vo Dollar Vuluea nLlSIOO mid 450 4 Co1 I- DInlwerr-iv ATiiltoyli und klndsbut= i t ono qaal r Jo orIrYUIllt tiro dm in town Also have Silk l f Ilugocol goodnll rlg 1J0 Moat cunifortableIn dervvrar made t= WingEOur t4iid Uulllm1 Heel micai A SEI0PS Ilhonwith = hover Hjj wilo la iltt nowwit friend to tho foot our Itn W L Dili lode innko mend iIr f llcieeiltrl r and IiWnt Louther Slux In fact = QUit CLOTHING UOOM Is n complete ileus Outfitter a Cduic and ee UH o J w n f se 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i u F- ii LADIES f1Pff fP1fif t t ffPtPf fPPPPPf COME AND GUESSpf1I f 200 in GOLDCC 1 f Givenlo Cash Purchasers v L OCT e TO DEC O 31 = ter +I AIT until time cornea to put on Winter Wearable =to ind your shopping not done and making up trial hanging over yon We cordially fInvite yon i DryGOeda =lowing our Windows and every available corner terof our fig Stores J +0 ery Departmen- tS i jj little introduction The tremendous suc MI of that department tho past season is well IEMWH Our Show Windows give beautiful rev =elation of latest fads in hats v+ A XA Newest conceit in Pompadour shape in thq Pvnew tel shades of Purple with small over r vn cased with shirred satin with novelty varigat =I sad breast jot ornaments 4 J t IA New fad Felt shapes in corded effects with a- r tl Panne velvet crest surmounted by Jovely tinted 4t M tinted moire silk and silk and velvet roses looks iM worth 1760IAt tjfk Comblvelvct and Felt ehapenewest hated and q i t r carded velvet with magnificent Pheasant breast with tails pI COlIn +f r t i 4tDJ 1 oW r ar r styledoonomieal S one the most popular now items in our StreetsI I millineryTrimmed = J r =i of styles and prIces are in our showing I r pnudse3r =4I 1edduring her three months sojourn iu this MeachamIs =lice the sales department und wants to wefcoinS hilndnin Dry Goods =M sellingC e1 3I Good wdflLSwvth wn Domeuer ucAapleindigo a looI il Jo f ml f E ccNa1ped r Silir And Vyvaa Ooodi nutty hobby effects iii nowtSt JaUrJ iBrocades jecU in Mattelassc Satin Berber Brocade Paris =Minds llofcespuns r b = P WSS Ellison ems 111111111I III111111111111111111111111111111111111 i S S IS SSSS S I jS SS II IiII r 1 Tnftw per f A NICE NEW LINE OF iiNOSBY STREET HACK AND H A T i If Of the Very Latest l Stylesii 01 OUR GRAND i J 4J- r R u1 LL FOR o to Ladies and Childrens Dress CLOSES TODAY Hatsii it iu M 3s SHAWS SOWS i ed by t I i iQ 1 j i+ l I Another Election Quasi Estimates upon the result of aa election from anything like an intelligent source are always entertaining what over one may think of their reliability and one of tho most interesting that lion been given out in this campaign was published In tho New York Herald oil i Sunday The Herald said it got it from a Republican leader who is In close touch with tho work and the expecta tions of tho Republican national com mittee und that it represents tho latest y estimate of tho campaign managers Its follows REPUnUCAX 04d1yMainot 8LMassachusettsJ Minnesota 9 Washtugtott4 MNow Hampxshtro4 WisconsIn12 1iPennsylvania 32 New JelSyIO 0s4Iauras30IllinoisMichigan 14 Connecticut8 NewYorkS6 iOhio 23 Total 251 DEMOCRATIC Alabnmall North OaroHn- al1ArkansWl8 Virginia14G- eorgia J13 Tennessee 12 llorida4 Texas 15 Loulclnn8Mfssisdppl9 Total112South Carolina9 4DODUTPUL 1Missouri 18 DeloWare fOolorado4 Marylandr8 48MontanaUtah 3 Indiana 15 South Dakota4Nebraska 8 Total81 r Electoral votes necessary to a choice 224 Several things might be said of this table by a careful reader of newspapers of every shade of politics and of no politics at all and who in addition to reading newspapers keeps his ears open for everything that is to be heard One oftucsois that all the States listed as Democratic will undoubtedly vote HO Another is that from present Indications New York belongs more properly la tho doubtful than in the surely Republican column Platt claims tt by 100000 ma Haauaisay it Is dangerous Ills and W Vir ginia are fairly doubtful though the chances favor tho Republicans IB balk Missouri is not a donbtfal bat Demo eratloiJtate nUll QUO of the New York heralds most careful and touted teen who last wcqk made a tour adobserva Hon of Maryland aaya the ihav-ethe betterotdtuthetiticte Jt pi y jfcdE 5 vT HHNW 137 cokes c fUH m number of doibif l t8ffIJMJiI t ao l It looks cow aa if the fight wenAiiiy Now York Illbno and Ikdlaaa All of which is respectfully submitted merely as a matter of human interest and for what it U worth TilE DEMOCRATIC CLAIM ArkansnsL8Alabama 11 Florida 4 Georgia 13 Idaho 8- lansasl0LOulsianB 8 Mississippi 9- Missouri17Montana 3 Nebraska 8 Nevada r T 3 south Oarolul19Son-thDakota 4 Tennessee J2 Washington w4 Wyoming 3 North CllroJinllr 11 Texas 16 Utah S Virginia 12 Total 170 This leaves Mr Bryan 54 votes short and his friends expect to got them from some of tho following states Kentucky 13 Maryland 8 West lIi iula6Indiana 16 Illinois 24 Now York sa Total102Timeand Maryland as almost certain which giro to them would only necessitate Bryans currying 83 more votes and York Vonld furnish them with 3 to sparo hcuco the tremendous OrlOl1ingNewBryan MEMORIES UF HOMESTEAD The great strike now in progress in tho anthracite Holds of Pennsylvania had Us counterpart in the bloody Homo stead strike In 1803 Tho latter con tributed largelv to the defeat of tho yearThothe worst iu tho history of monopoly warn labor The steel barons had set out destroy tho unions and the culmina tion of their efforts was reached in tho murderous assault of the Pmkertoua upon on unarmed populace The war in tho anthracite region is tact a war upon organized labor and is presenting many of the familiar manifestations of the Homestead affair Already Innocent blood has been shed armed deputies i und already State troops are patrolling the whole territory involved doing police duty for the robber coal trust Tho soldiers are expect to shoot at tho first drop of the hat DUll if it is necessary the hat will bo dropped from the point of a bayonet T I The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publlhor TCKMAN KENTUCKY OCTOBER1900 Sub Men TH WtdlThtr Fri Sat i e J 2 3 4 5 6 789WJJ 12- i3iflifliiii 20 d 2J 22 23 24 25 26 27 c 128 29 30 3=== i w o ff+ CURRENT TOPICS Forest fires me driving the grtzzl bean into Colorado towns In Italy bread and sugar cost about thrice what they do in England The worlds production of lend amounted In 1SOS to 777000 tons A Spanish bullfighters fee for n special performance is about 3000 Col llenry Peyton on the staff of Gen nE Lee is dead in St Louis Dig crabs are found in India Som M of them measure two feet in length The skin of nlcphant Charlie killed in Crystal pade London weighed a tonIn Spain the infants face is awep with a pine bough to bring goo luck In Ireland a bolt of womans hat is placed about the child to keep harm away A 500000 yarn mill is to be erected near Talladoga Ala It will have 20 000 spindles A New York florist says that the lily of the valley is poisonous and its tem should not be placed in the mouthThe total quantity of diamonds found in 139S in the Transvaal was 2543 enrate valued at 43730 815 81204 The army death rate is lower IinI Great Britain than In any other country In France it IB nearly six times OB high The emperor of Austria always used to send the late king of Italy nnnually n present of 100000 picked Virginia cigars Kansas has two head of cattle one hog onothird of a horse and one fifth of n sheep for every man woman and child in the state Fort Marion in Florida Is the old eat fort in the United States It was built in 1505 of logs but line since often been remodeled The German emperor has been known to change Uls costume 42 ada timiajliiBliount iris wardrobe con tains more than 1000 suits A nugget of zinc found recently weighs exactly a ton It Iis a beau tiful object being covered wit dukes of pink spar and galena Forty years ago Japan had only coasting vessels Now it has several steamship companies the largest of which runs thirtythree vessels The tube of n twelveInch gun has fifty spiral grooves Inside whic cause the shot to revolve 75 times per second as It rushes through the air The Turkish mother loads her child with amulets and a small bit of mud bceped in hot water prepared by previous charms is stuck on its fore headMobile bents Birmingham in popu Intlon by the slim margin of fifty four The new census gives Mobileh t a population of 38469 and Birming ham 33415 Three million more years is the limit of human life on earth Or such at least Is the computation recently made by Dr T 3 J See astronomer of the naval observatory it Washington Pope Leo XIII owns a pearl left to him by his predecessor on the throne of St Peter which IIs worth 100000 and thchain of 32 pearls owned by the impress Frederick f estimated at 175000 All the English railway have now agreed to carry IIiO pounds of bag gage for each firstclass passenger free of charge 120 pounds second class and 100 pounds and CO pounds respectively as previously The soft hat was introduced to Anmrclu about 1S50 liy Louis Kos suth The army campaign hat and the Hough Rider lint had their origin in n Tyrolean hat that was brough- here by un American traveler It is reported that the German troops proceeding to China are being furnished with coats und boots lined with cntfildn It is no doubt n wise measure of precaution against the possible rigors of a winter campaign In Mauritius they make tea of the leaves of an orchid In Peru they drink mate a ten made from a native species of holly The r bjflslnlans matte n ten from the leaves of cnthn cdullis which has strong stimulating qualities A novel exhibit at the Paris expo sltion is a complete set of bed hang Ingti from Madagascar mode from the silk of the halabe which in an enor mans and ferocious female spider The entire population of the globe is upward of 1400000000 of whom 35214000 die every year DG4SO everyday 4020 every hour 1C7 every mlnIute and 1 and a fractio every second An ofilccr in the Austrian army In Vienna has invented balloons which will float both men and horses across a river Tlmy are to bo fan tened to the belts around the men sad the harness of the horses a j DIED AT HIS POST Itev Gilbert H GrKorr of Sew York Isplre While Oomlnct 4 iff Sunday SRtleei New Turk Oct 1ter Gilbert II Gregory dlrrl Sunday In the presence of his congregation nt the morning service in 8t Fephens M 13 church Marble 11111 n the upper end o Manhattan island- Physicians had urged Dr Gregory to retire from active church work as he hud long been a sufferer from heart trouble They told his thai he might live for years If ho would cease tabor but if he continued to work he was liable to be stricken nt any moment As Into as Saturday Dr Darlington of Kingsbridge whoI was attending Dr Gregory warned him against preaching Sunday ThuI clergyman said to the physician I prefer to moot death that tray to retiring and shirking my duty in art- Ier to live longer Dr Gregory was C3 years old Ite StephensYheart attacks but when word was passed around that he would resume his duties Sunday the church was filled WM V WOLCOTT DEAD Denth IlritulU nt InUlnnnpolU From- n Stroke of Apoplexy Snutaliirtl Ion n hilt Pour Train Indianapolis Ind Oct 1 William V Wolcott of Boston died at SU Vinoent3 hospital from a stroke of FourtarriveddSunday night from Boston and Miss dnughtorrcame in Sunday morning from Louis Mr Wolcott was a native of Onon daga X Y and located in St Louis about 30 years ago He became n member of the firm of Wolcott A Hume publishers of the Journal and Times of St Louis and later was president of the St Louis Car Coupler Co He owned largo Interests in ails souri zinc mines aria at the time of Ills death was senior partner In the banking firm of Wolcott Co with offices at 27 State street Boston and 7 Wall street New York A search of infra effects brought to light the fact that he carried with him n large fortune He had in his valise 500000 in government bonds nnd about 2000 in cash on his person SHOOTING ON A TRAIN Colored Porter on the Florida hln IirenB Serlounlr Wonniln 1ullratm Conductor JVenr Chester Ia Philadelphia Oct 1jiunu Wash ter on tho Florida express on tha ter on the New York express on the PennsylvtUila railroad Sunday shot and eeril6sly wounds dyV K Jltndle the Pullman conductor of the train whose home is in this city The shooting occurred just after the Sundayhafternoon for this city and was till result of a quarrel According to those on board the train the conductor and the porter had been quarreling all the way from Washington and after leaving overha MILITIA CALLED OUT Trouble Hetiveen White and Black at Oeorweiown 51 VA Race plot Is Threatened Columbia S C Oct 1 Monday morning at 1250 oclock Joy Me Sweeney received a telegram from Mayor W D Morgan of Georgetown S C appealing to hove the militia ordered out to suppress a threatened race riot The governor immediately wired to Col Sparkmnn of George town to have jlis cavalry troops hur clad there The trouble was caused by a Negro killing a white man Georgetown IIs on the coast and tho Negroes outnumbered the whites over whelmingly LlnhllltieraPittsburgh Pa Oct 1Joseph B Williams a velt know n steamboat captain and operator filed a petition In bankruptcy individually and as a member of the Grand Lake Coal Co in the United States district court His liabilities are 183710 and his assets 100 Canuillnu Contingent SnIU Cape Town Oct ITIle Canadian contingent under Col P llctier sail transporttIdaho The people of Cape TownI accorded them a splendid Impromptu reception the mayor voicing theI thanks of the city for their brilliant service in the field I ij IUiiiitu of Throat Trouble SprlJigfteid Ill Sept 9The state I board of health has received advices I froin Newton Jasper county regarding an epidemic of throat trouble at I hose Hill that county It is stated there have been CO cueee of which 30 have been fatal StnKe Conch Held Vf I nofce Ida Oct IThe Ontario and Hums stage coach was hbid up 70 I miles out of Ontario by n lone high I wnyinan The robber stopped the stage by firing a shot across the road lie demanded the mall which was thrown out The stage was not fur tier molested Heath of On Cotton Greene Memphis Tenn Oct 1Qep Cotton t Greene prominent an a confed crate soldier and leader ofa brJgadlr und r Gen Sterling Price of MJs courJ tiled bcry fiunday aged GBtI HOWARDFOUNDflllIT1Il- The I Verdict Was Reached JAftcr an AllNight Session f The Jnrr Comleimin Him tolrntl hlurfder ot Senator Vm t ObI f Frankfort Ky Sept 27TIc jury In the ease of Jim Howard Uiei moun taineer charged with being Impli Gated In the nwrdw of Senator 5i 1111I returned a verdict of guilty an 1 tike tho penalty at death TheJu y as disagreed onlyas to the pwl inn nt ten favoring the death pea hts o the very first hallo The MO ho- I favored life Imprfsonment cladp to the death penalty on the first lilot Wednesday morning The Is nit tlon given to tine Jury unfit wbic the verdict was found ut I rief to the point and was us toll w To be found pguilty If j ty llcvca Howard fired the she or i he was present when Youtsc Iivrry llownrd or others fired thin ftlbt Under it the Jury bcllgvjfl the I Howard fired the shotiilleSenator ioebcl or was prtSStu whit the shot was fired and dosdugi utly knows who tie assassin was f fur juryrstlrcd to its tqetilit osiO a in and returned with llfc vrrdlat at 948 The courtroom w1 crdcd with spectators and the Ttfet croft a was white with sunpr6Mwl fxelic mont as Foreman CruzU1Jtlr of tl1 Jury jwuBcd tho written rerdii U p to the clerk Deputy Clerk Falojlt read the verdict which found the Itfondant guilty and fixed his punishI meat at death Howard o c iied seat by his attorney liednt dtfi play the least agitation am was ap parently no more concern d tlran other persons In the courtr om The verdict was n surpas the general public were led to 1 llevo that the Jury was hided onrti fquestlbn of the guilt or innocence f the de fondant but It turned oil that the difficulty in reaching a u diet was over the degree of punishut sow d of the jurors favoring lita ImprisonI ment while others stood o it for tho death penalty and finally Jvon their associates over After the verdict hind been rendered IlowsIwaarr manded to Jail where het wa Xol lowed by his bosom friw John 0 White who seemed almost plrnlyzed by the verdict Howarj cheek c also blanched as he stoodup to accompany the Jailor back 9 his cellh The jury which tried th case wa a divided politically eleven democrat and one republican Frankfort Sept 7TI verdict o t the jury was based large upon the destruction of Howard libi upon which he depended solely ne of the Jurors Admitted that th illure of Howard to bring any Ot rte riceu pants of the executive building on January 30 to testify that hV vas not there was considered by the jury fan indication that he was tllle The testimony of Gnlnea as to seek f IIow nil mn out of the grounds a III nlio of Stubbelfleldi who swore thi t How Ind corife8HMlr the killing a ft v days niter the murder were the other principal points upon which tne jur relied it r Frankfort Ky Sept 29Hovuud r- I I attorneys have asked Judrn Cnntrill for a new trial Among the aflldavlUi secured on whiciil ilie defense banel Its claim for a new trial an that the jurors had previously expressed an opinionJust before noon Thunday Maj Owens Howards leading attorneyr appeared before Judge Caotrlll and made a formal motion for a new triali for the prisoner The affidavit o- IJoward stating facts sot forthtda m1rnIngthe trial began wtf presented to gather with npelition alleging error during the trial A bill of rxeepti h was also presented Commonwealth Attorney Frank lln linked until Saturday morning at which time he will present counter attldavits Judge Cuntrill threfore adjourned court until Saturday morn lug when the mutton will be passed upon T4 JCONVICT CAMP MANAGERS I A 3 Are CbnrKedjjWIth Klilnnplnc Inno cent Negroes Without Form oI Trial 1ut Them to Work v rhnemission of Georgia by Sonciior J W Kdmomlnon of llrook cguiity against the Mcilec convict laI11 managers in Lovuilis county thi state In the foim of Afllilnvltn from IlromiI ujtheMeice I cent men and women rind mal them work under armed guards for an ln tllioneI cuspna f been to employ trappers to arrest I innocent Negroes passing through fife I cciiiity and without the form r trial to imprison them and put ihtn tiII workTorpedo lout IctrUFtr Inuqlied i lUchmond a Sept 7111 t tpri polo bout destroyer Decatur nc tIthe largest veBBcls of its class in ill u navy was launched WedncKdny afterInoon at the William A Trljjr Coa lUp yards here in the pre ence of sev Oral thousand person fSnrretar Morrlll In IJprlln Berlin Sept 27 Samuel Morrlll third secretary of tIle United siateaj llrlllflDodgt JtrJ t 411 S FILIPINO ACTIVITY Brick Attnckn at Las Plan and Fa rnnnil in Also la time nmlmlotj and llutaniraa Province Manila Oct IThe Flllplnoa lathe vicinity of Manila hate been pore quiet of late although last Wednesday night there were brisk attacks nt TAR 1lnns and Iaranaque south of Manila an well ns outpost firing at limos Jlncoor wild Muntin Lupus JLho American officers are vtlallcd that the alleged ainigos living in and around tho towns In question paw tlclpnted in these attache Ufllclul reports have been received i1of Insurgent activity in Xnmbaloa province and in llntnngan province jTwo skirmishes occurred during then week on the HIcol river In the prow incu of South CamnrincB It la eatl ranted that the Insurgents lost 00 klllcl In the carious dlntriotH andhJlnlph McCord of San lrnnclseo who started on n bualucaa trip for Vlgnn and IJangucd In Northern JU1o11 thecaiweks Copt Snmnel K Smiley of tine nth United States Infantry formerly nt indthe rhlllpplnoH who jtroeeetled to China to join his regiment but broke down there owing to time climate and hnnl work IB returning to till tnitcd fates on tine supply ship Celtic FOR STORM SUFFERERS Amount of Money Iteeelved lie Oov 9n err WON ttotltit1I a elude Ilind In Transit Austin Tex Oat 1 Beganllng the contributions for the Oalreuton fluJ- a huffervrs Gov Soyem tSuMilay gave out the fo11orln Ntatommtt The amount of money received b me up to IS oclock noon of Septem ber M 1000 for time benefit of th I storm mffurors on the Texan count IIt M73J70JJO Thll lUlU Includes t8M30 that remained In my manna of tin e fund contributed for the relief of the Brazos flyer valley sufferer leaf year It aUo Inoludos all tlntfta rind authorlratlens to draw and which sr In trantlt and are yet uncollected This statement it must be borne In mind embrace tray morays and rr mlttancea that have boon made to me directly and alxo amounts for vhiih I here bran authorized to draw haring the present week I willI subunit to the people of the States n full and complete Itemized ftatrmcnt of the entire fHnd thut has come Into my hands giving tina amount and scare of each aontrlbu tlon and also the manner In which the KUtn total received by me has beer expended anti distributed Every portion of the storm strlck tn district is being provided for Moiiop1i D Seyers Governor of Texas BUILDING VESSELS Onrlnir the runt Qnnrter KS7IK roan Tong AVere Connlrneled and OHlclallr Numbered Washington Oct IThe quarto ly statement of the eommlutloner n oYfe 8700 gross tonn were built in tin United Mates sad officially numbered during the quarter ended Septem ber 30 1000 Of the veaVels can niructcd of wood 160 were nail nnd 127 tram Or the steel vessels four were sail and 17 tram Of the whole number 100 were built on the Atlan tic and Gull coasts 88 on toe Pa cific 32 on the great lakes anti Son the western titer The largos tonnage 87057 was on the great flakes and the next largest was on the Atlantic and null coasts LORD ROBERTS 0IOTD oo lINe iHaae cunURllhdilnChlr of the HrltUh Armx lard IClteh euerHIM ALt Him Lord HoberU ConimnnderlnOlilrf London Oct IIt is officially an nounccd that Lord Itoberts has been appointed carrdnandcr la ahiet of the British array The Times in nn editorial refer ence Monday morning to the appoint uncut of lord Roberts un coi mender inch ief hints that Lord Kitchener vIII come home to asalst him at hit new post Violated the HinoUe Ordinance New York Sept SO A large rum her ot warrenls were issued Friday to ofilcers of the health department for the arrest of persons charged with violating the smoke ordinance and burning soft coal These with others summoned had tholr cases I continued until next week In all more titan 50 were served Died of Illooil 1olnonlnir UGGiirpohs Johnston of St Louis died of blood polsonng at Lyndon Hall schooll In this city where sine wnp pryparlng for Vassar college The djseaiiu lfirst manifested Itself Ih thu form of a swelling tnlRtltRtfp HfdIIt Hobs- On has applied to the navy depart meat for six months leave of ab sere 1nMausoof eye trouble It ia understood that a specialist has rec- dptnmcmd that his eyes be given complete reittar six montlia Centrnctor Dadxii Offer Havana Oct 1htiehacl J Duly theBrooUlyn coutitictor hart off red to JhV municipality Havana a om plete aewerngc rind paving system for the city In accordance with plana illjciajlv approved tor JlOOfOCOO WOMANS KIDNEY TROUBLES Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound is Especially Successful in Curing this FatalWomans Disease kidneydlseaYCI plied the weary patient seldom turTivcs cxylltsLydia E Pinkhama Vrfrctablo Compound was careful to ftco that It contained the correct combination of herbs which tuna save to control that fatal disease womans kidney troubles Tine Vegetable Compound acta in liar mony with tho laws that govern tho entire female system and while there VegatableTho following letters will show honynanrelloufcly aucceuf ul It III Aug 0 1899 fallolug very fastsince January have loot thirty tho or forty pounds I comp1exlonIcelpales Menses hero not appeared for three months sometimes 1 am troubled with a white dUcharge and I alto have kidney and bladder trouble I have been this way for a long time and feel so miserable I thought I 1would wnW to you and see If you could do mo any Rood =Mua EDXA Fneornice Troy Ohio Ixpl10180FDIAa yo VegetableCompound and can say I have not felt to for years as I do at present vallII taking your medicine a move able person yon never taw I couldII not eat or sleep and did not enjoylifeyouhavewomans friend Thanking you a thomaxid times I remain Ever yours MIM EDNA FnrnKRicv Troy Ohio havetfive bottles of Lydia hamsVcgetabloCompwundsadcannot praise it enough 1 had headaches Mm pw tfcirllnorlARoclc Dubuqic Waterloo Fort Coun earl ears free chair car dlnlagcnrx to tin nnilrrtlpneil for tree copy of and Noise in Routs Innr new line aiiecn Irum limo car window 8OOOOOO nvrri Unrtp to DIn lu MltUmvut TIIK KIOWA Infer nation about Ibu land On per II UX SlhlItopr lie Bubtrlbr rertlt rre book un met 1100 Mal U rub All tOftlUi A N KKITOOO VKWSPAIEK CO 135 Wet 1lflh 8 0 gives rand IInd wont leticorrhoea falllnt of tho womb and kidney trouble 1 aUo had a pain when standing or walltinff and some times there seemed to be balls of lire in front of mo that I could not uo for about twenty minutes Felt ar tired in tho morning when I got up Dm If I had hAd no sleep for two weeks Had speUaWAS downh rtcd and would cry Mm HKKTIU orun Second and 6ta1 Chester Pa 11 DRAB Mss PfxxnAltIcannot find language to tho terrible 1 havo had to 1 had female alto llrcratomach kidney and bInd der trouble I tried doe tors also quite a number of patent j Ratting well A- tlutI tot try Lydia Eo IMnk i hams Vegetable to your woman I can leln too highly do all and even mmended to do woman about and urge for themselves MRA MAnr A lad lluik of Lynn iio0oHhkbwlllLapeldregaTlrrwl l llmool l Uturi alwiaN ltt OU i n u e R Cigar SJ to have their smoke SOld S M because they know man I starts smoking and that he will rMONEYCompound s with him trying with different kinds of cigars Three hundred million Old this i = year Ask your own I = 1 RR8 CHICAGO OMAHA Double Daily Service ford euufuaa uldfet- Ilbraryimoklnc itftplnr recliningi Bend B plolurs IllUltrat tins onnectlngulta HO FOR OKLAHOMAn rbgbrrlU lor CllUrilttuirdlo llluitrald OkUbuma MorrnIlanualitloyReerllranld-with aeclluutAddnnlICki UOHUANICIIKYOT T Live Stock Cuts StockCutwarHooktrcllCuclulIBtI DRQuick WSCOTKBTi our lrellimantIIa BO fainting Clayton express suffering endure trouble several jdr6p41re concluded thanks 11 I i IleoerU pre tine old1Inrllhsmr heady to II but lInolv set away tl1ol Itand flavored Get a grocers The flt strawberry rasp srni undnrored wine nnd coffee blrncSI= t tlcbllflUrnmorsntyatthe tck II ai a reolIifreo and ltchlurof thtprlToto LISP Atdtusal orYr oe nm end HlooCtEVKLAND OUIft I FOR SOLDIERSII Ieirof Tnlon moldier who mid home Idl otf onlatterlabandmledItadrhlhlwesnotprtlculan4 A RED HOT SELLERB ru Its whet rfrjrbodr wulhs l t Hi ipertrmenuamwomanbr4moadratlnslowInSlumWile now tor partlndarrud how In dtnu vtr lrMSITAa1Yta 1It1ofIUUc Yte snN Y rrl wv ww + r r It t i tJi 01 r OPERATORS OFFERS I I They Agree to Increase Wages and Reduce Price of Powder Their Miner Wurenk b No IniilcHllon of Ur Strike Vearlna the Und fihoinokln Pa Oet 1 Notices tl1lillndolphduiron Co to the effect that beginning with Monday r pccentmen and toys would obtain Shinaiidaab PR noUorilcudinCoalanJnorcolewagesItownIplaceUponr OrganizeGuorgoare at Mahanoy City lUlled instruc iobraneheacalthe t ira to warn the trlker agnlntt ro bytheware accordingly placed throughout the dUtrlot notifying the mine work vrs ljnimaln away from the ciolllcr Joe until President Mitchell IIholl order them to work or until tho boa 1 1tbntaekes of tho union should tnko ooncrrtml notion j Qcu Oolihi Sunday ordered tit mvjIIllrletsits I Pidlaaelphin d UNdltll ro111vuy a- B odk htvnIday rvvfewcd by Oem Jobintlau1own tvaa full of visItor It I slated that rlnec the l ngbh- sJpaaktah branch of tho United Mfno Workers wn organized hurt last week 130 additional members hugo Ucen taotltl MtfftiNgx of mno workers Incr JioU in vnrtmw Action of tit dis trict H May uiglstll llzl tat 1 Ot L Notlew of thtf ine8M In wager unit1 110 TO fInftd1l Wilkrcborru MonUny wire IHHlltJd Monday night at all tfco eoUloriea hi the IMllr rgl n PrMUrnt Mltebell wbm nhdwii n opy rat the ndtle wllaPd to 11- 11nthIMg nt this tllw but lutlnaatet Hint Itv 4idcit ONiUne his position sa the fllfeoOTfe rtv nwMi heeling Theta 4y He oiMwl howoror that tha would bo IM rMWHiptliiH of work nn 1U N coHVeHtlon of the anUirnelto lubber iMtd ltren called and the pros odtlna etMrrt1- Itblrugjf iii 1 l a ho labor lalrlrojt tlvaly w tlivy did not ftmr a brook IN the ranks of the anthmulto coalI tttrllwblfJ weNt uroerUIlflN1eJIfCll CJd to lit that the ten iwr ueht a4 mats rmittwi by the Phllndvlphla it llMdlnir Coal and IrOJL Co In tit dtrllIII a MaysIt waa prrdirtwl that tinny of the trfkbr tlrtnhl rstflwr to work HMler t e 1e1fcf that tie ten pa c lit torroAte w ihbje the Jlnilt of the TNWU rrOOUrgtloj fl but th 9 MBinlmliy of Use men in dccWIng tto xUnd out for H fnriher mlrjuieo tie tnl ninny remarks of surjirlKg It l n- was cxRUoNal to o1Ull Curs the Iboatly wftMld brinK tt1I nK po1n- laI for strike cane to llerface titlend lnii1J roukl tto- Htrlke crftr Upnl ot tJl inoartaf an dfiifcu IhArerniora began to hoM oonferehoM r1 IrrtMent Mit hitll U rwolvJng m nvi 61JttI about the ftUiintlon than ho cares to toll h hanlly ilottbtttd by anyonn Ho has practictilly admitted that he re ceives advices from Xw York as to the doings of the operators Thiro Hail te a look of anything tangible cd on which to base the report of an Immediate settlement Pntddent Mltuhell continues to deny that ho know anything about it WIIKoxbarre Pa Oct 2tool op THtors Vat their meeting Monday 1 afternoon decided to otTer striking I mutant of the Wyoming valley n netIIin advance of ten per edit on wages ithelri they may have powder will bo Koldlll to miners at SIiO a keg but the dif IIlrunecold rate of 275 n keg shall be taken I Into account in figuring the not teji per cent advance Shamokln Pa OctMart of tho 15000 nilntrrs between here anti Cen the tralln Monday decided that an ad to vniKo of wages such ns the Kondlng the Co tendered tin employen should not be accepted unless President Mitchell to WorkerH 1r1I1lmhnvo joined the organization since the strike started nnd there is every Jndirntlon that they will support Mitchell to the end Numerous peo jilo bercabouta fear the operators will not recognize tho union nt least for some time to come and that tho Ititle wtrike Is onlyin Its infancy t Secretary hay Hi Ills Denk Washington Oct 1 Secretary Hny returned Sunday Irons his summers vacation In Sew Hampshire and Mon er day occupied his desk nt the state department Dr 11111 who lasts been of noting secretary the latter part of the HMimner spent several hours with the secretary Contract for n New Steitnier Berlin Sept 29rThe hamburg ell American Steamship Cohaa awarded of K contrajut for the coiuAfiictlon of R 0 now steamer at Belfast to be V30 feet lone men RAPID FIRE GUNS Relative Merits TeMed Mounted OH cot Defence Armament find ltlsaplienrlag Carriage New York Oct 2JJllol teats we made at Sandy Hook N J Monc a to prove the relative merits of rapid1 respectivelythe on ment and the disappearing carriage Thwe test were witnessed by U board comprising Gen Mlles Gen lJuningtonrchl f olnanccoftlclr Ge Rogers colonel of the 5th artillcr Uen Wilson chief engineer and Mr Henderson the civilian officer of the board The tests were tic outcome of A discussion that has been started by Gen Miles regarding time use of ti Bufllngton disappearing carriage Gen Miles contention being that n gun mounted on thin carriage can not tiro with sufficient rapidity Gen mimics upon the boards return relaxed to discuss the result In detail but said that ten shots tae were fired from the fiveInch gun anti Nlx Inch gun on tho disappearing carriage When naked Its report would noon bo prepared Gen itll replied A report will be made but there may be no derision for n year or two DEBTdAmount tu TllftullaatiZ1A He create Dnrlnir the Month nt Srp leiuher of 9112 JIS-n Washington Oct tTime monthl statement of the public debt shows tthat at the clone of huBlneea Septem er 80 1000 the debt loss rash in the treasury amounted to fllOOlSuOTl which IM n ilcoryase for the mouth neocunlh d ins by time Iporonso In the cash a hand anal the redemption of Y iircent heart The debt is recapitulat ed as follows 1oo1IOMOiQ eRtodiotlnco maturity 651Aa10 debt huh t ing no Interest 337310000 totalI 0U01WO This however aloe M not Include 731513007 in ot rtlflmte and Irrnnury notes outMtauding wlilyh air rlTet by an equal amount Iha Inxuury IIN classified Ra follow IteMne fund In gold 8IftO000OOOj fuely1I Hope+ iI slugtt floor nod totbe Jreumrr ccth litro 1054I7W7 against which there lire dcnmiid lUibUitltvt outstanding to tilt amount of ii17LIQSIA which lonvea qakhLalanttt on hand of INDIDTMENT QUASHED Ten Men Arre lrd nt Coeurd1frn for Interfrrliia Nth the United Slnleii MnlU to He Hf lcancd UultYappealn decision qUaBhlnff thq IndlotmcnU anlnst tun aura who yore nrroat miningpyear interfering with till United States mall It w nsstyshown tint the lOon tHiV ii0t that the train which they Interfered with qarrled the Unltwl States tnatl TeiC niflp now Imprisoned at Sun IntrolmuiMl ns soon us- tho duolslon reaches Idaho unit tho ucewiwiry pajnrn Cull be seii IronI that etftta to tho wtirden M San Qjiontln Tmiinvanl HcfuKco Lounneo Marques Oct 2ahl1- Aulit rill stunner Styrla 1bo1l has sailed from here having on heart 400 Transvaal refugees part of them beIIng IrishAmerican All their ex prnre hnnr bruit pull by the TrllUlI vital government Jarch man rccelv 30 shillings 7tie nnd wHll be pair tai 10n l130 on Inn ll irnt i any jport which may be elected by them An Indian Traeedy Antlers I T Oct 2 Benjamin An demon n fullblooded Indian bccame Involved in n dlfilculty with his cons Nicholas Anderson and after n throllghhe I the latter dying instantly Anderson then shot and himself Laborer nt lulvenlon Ilelrniied Uulvcstoii Taix Oct 2One thou r rand of tho laborers employed In re moving debris have been released an work hiss sufficiently progressed warrant this step Itt will cnnblo railroads and other largo rations to get the laborers thl corpmii continue the restoration of their s Thieves Stole hut Collln Norfolk Vn Oct 2Joe Sims aged 00 ot Lewis county several yeasts ago built his own coma and stored it In his barn ready for use While on his deathbed thieves broke Sims barn and carried off thin cotlin Killed My Hollrr New Orleans OctAmmonia n prdiulncnt merchant and cotton buy I of Saratoga Miss died Monday night of + wounds received at the hands highway robbers SherltT McGhca arrested n young man who made atoll confession General to Conininnd Police Pretoria Oct 2Ora Ilnden low bias arrived hero to take command 1 the police In tho Transvaal Part ange lUvcr Colony where It IIH pro posed to maintain a force of 12000 all undo Gen BadenPowell SVS Y THE RHURT ISDENIEDOI i France RuwU and Germany nave AgretmentIY Berliner Iot Demies Preach Ra IIlnA and American Officer Ile insert to Ohey Yon Waldersee Ietintll lloitllltle Heanme yPeking Sept 25 vU Taku Sept 28 Till Shanghai Oct tAt the coai testate of generals today the Itusi alan commander Gen LInorltch ani Pounced the immediate withdrawal I from Peking of the bulk of the Ito si 11ace will leavo on Thursday September 27 and the legation will follow on Saturday There will remain a mix ed force of about 2000 to represen IliinlnTicnTsln Sept 28 via ShanghaiI ItOct 1Orders from Washington dl reeling the withdrawal of the but of the American troops were rcccl1I cd this afternoon and preparation- ea to tempt will be begun Immediate Ily Gen Chance is here directing tho movement which will at the earliest possible moment Berlin Oct 2 The statement published in Paris that France Ihtsai and Germany have arrived at a coml plete understanding In regard to the retention of troops at Peking and that iermany abandons her demands for the punishment of the instigators of the outrages before the peace ne gotlntlons begin in denied here oft j daily A foreign official made the follow tng statement on the subject Tim o story IH inaccurate particularly that Intimation that Germany Itussla ant France have formed a separate dlplo- n niatic group Negotiations between those powers continue as with th others Germany does not expect Great Britains answer to her pro posal for several dayVThe fcemiofilalal press unllormlI discredits tho assertions but n well Informal diplomat assured a pies oorrmpondeut Monday evening that he bind excellent reasons for believing them to be true especially as tho Ce Para foreign olllcc had itself admitted that lu hla had dropped all mien tlotii of withdrawing from Peking The Berliner Post denies that thei I Preach Ituwduu nnd American oniII ocr have refused to obey Count Yon J Waldcree until hostilities arc scrum o edse foreign ottlcc is unable to I confirm the reports of the degradn I LIon of Prince Titan but the adnii slon Is made that there has been on Improvement In the disposition ofr J fanethe B rlliior Iojt nttrfoUtCS to Cou Von Waldweeft arrhnl j tlmer Frankfurter Xeitung and the tor spondent of Loknl Anzeigcr the issuance of Imperial orders de Lokarr1 rrtzelgers ndIlcell show that the edicts are regarded as a Hham in 1elkn circle In Shanghai Monday ov enlng the Berliyr Post had n long article whlchantis to exonerate tbet reaponsibllnsfor time ntrarllles and intakes eonII ccaslpus in favor of the emperor cin whichxare somewhat surprising when corn lug from n journal that bus nil along supported the Gorman note Time article says No doubt the Chinese government was forced by consldera than of stlf presenatfou to yield to the all paworful Boxers So great was their hatred against foreigners that the government feared annlhlla lion It it rOJllstcdsWashington Oat 2Mr Wu the Chinese minister has received official to confirmation of the issuance of nnC IJfllllltheir uourso in regnrd to the recent troubles in China This information agrees with that contained In a dhlhpatch received by the state departrl moot Monday from Consul McWadc at Canton St Pctcr burgQct 2The war of flee announces that dispatches fromI Khabarovsk and Khnrbin say Genk Tsohltschagofl sent Col Kopclkcn with n detachment of Cossacks railroad troops and volunteers to engage a force of Chinese who had occupied tho railroad nt Sauchakan The hits scans won two obstinate fights For tjthree dead Chinese were left in the trenches after the second engage 8jLondongarian foreign omen says the Vienna correspondent of the Morning Post has received n circular note which Francophils addressed to the powers In which she agrees as to the ncccs MI ity of obtaining satisfaction or thetty antiforeign attack but suggests that the ministers in Pelting should immc lintel begin negotiations on the city other questions at issue The note also proposes the perma nent prohibition of the import of arms and ammunition into China the razing of the fortifications between Peking and the sea Part the umliite nonce of legation guards bat ileatlflentlon of Antolnei Frnml Home Oct 1Durlng the beatifica ion of Antolnez FrassI one of thu first chiefs of the order of Oratorlans at St Peters cathedral Sunday aft ernoon the pope venerated thin effigy of the new saint in time presence of lhousnndsAYTrotrnVona New York Oct 1Tho Cunanl IIIdui w- Qucenstown utter n very pro Into ted voyage caused by dense fog during which the engines afro slowed down t BOATSO I 7 r JM tll tpd linn Sailed on the In side Itoute for Cuha l orivehulltatdaysarcoding UunnbelorfnglahlpLi other lour are 00 feet In length End boat deckba bo teed in patrolling the inlets and coca slit Ca In search for smugglers nnd revere evaders Tat boats will sail down State Island sound to the Itoiltan river to the Delaware to the Chwpcake Ile to the Dismal Swamp to Florida keys md thence across the gulf o inta nay willIIti1 fleetIeCubaieightsvL STOVE MANUFACTURERS CTJlr7 Wilt sleet lit Chicago October Nnrminatt AoclallonaPlttfcurgh Pa Oct 2 Rcprcren tatlvcs of some of the 400 stove mok lug icowrrns scattered throughout the cOntry are to meet at the auditorium hlcago on October 10 to take definite action on the of the Xatioanl Stove Manufacturing Co whith will be capitalized at aboutI largo 1the fait enterprise have already ta knpu a charter under the laws of something1llmnullraoturlntcozaganits have optioned their prop ertlc1I ash business Join Cr Baker the corporation at tornqy ml financier of Philadelphia jis at thfhtad of the enterprises FeR GOOD SERVICES 1 oar AoiCoiiinmiiOliiir OHIcern Ar S- 11enntcl to Second Monlen notion the IMillliiplneii Washington Oct IFour non comm nl1g officers who have ron dcred go services in the Philippine lIMO pen appointed second lleuteji ants In t regiments to which they are attaried They rice Battalion Sergt Maf Edward C Wells 32d volI unteer ufahtry Corp Junius LI lloylc 32 volunteer infantry First ScrgU C1S IVJtiaimbo 45tli volun 018rfantrjf EmbcIcmrnttrtrQuire 111 Oct 2apt J V titan fho has just resigned an as 1aixtan ostmastcr was arrested Monday I c getl with the embezzlement llaihtntMull s vice Benevolent association of whic i lie had been secretary and tre4ta lr rl lnce its organization The city ei not lose anything as Henry V n a 10000 bond Quincy jail npw hal Fred Thuman exalderman Thu I hlthmt ex Sundn school s jl perlllr lent nnd Capt Henry ex- PO hl1d tel till Iicld for embezzle meat torn fraternal societies tiled of Heart Failure New York Oct 1Joslph Silver man 4 years old a wholesale liquor dealt f Great Falls Mont died sud dcnr af Jhettrt failure Sunday afternoon While vjglting the home of Jo 14 lJSi+1jf of this city Mr Sib vcnnunibgJQg in ill health had come N York early In the summer to the JUnoflt of tho son air at tleooh Fort lUciinu- Scn Jie Wash Oct 2 An order i hl1 n Issued by the president dli tlmt the United States mill tnryi tat Yaldc2 Alaska be hereafter Known as Fort Liscum in honor iof th memory of Col Emerson I off the Otis Infantry who urn s Whllq gallantly leading his reg invent Into the battle of TienTnln China on July 13 lust The Jury Exonerated Pier Dubuque Ja Oct 2Iknry Schaf for aged CoC frenzied with liquor attempted to kill his wife and daughter near Lamottc Jackson county While I defending her mother the daughter kj her father with n club andII him The coroners jury cxon erati d her- Judge KrHluii for Alfornernhlp Nashville Tenii Oct 2Judge J nderspn of the DavMhoiii toiin irinr ail court has resigned to b+ J conn1 attorney for the Cumberland1 1b Electric flIght and Power Co of this Jrn9sh Jioveinetit In Herman lkrilnzt Oct 2 Clio papers publish reports that an organized Jewish moxenient IH on foot and it is Intl niatitd that a national mooting of the Jews willI be brad annuallyT to cornknntlSemltlsm Shot Over ifSOOOO iislwllle Penn Oct 2f11 Madison county revenue commissioners reported that former Trustee Tuft Hunt 1s short over 20000 in his ac counts with the county lExperts have been at work on his books for bcveral jveekH Ito r Aininunllloii Usploded LotWneo Mnrquca Oct 21n ex occurred at Komatipoort hH t1a llrltlsh were dcetrnying the BoerJ animunition resulting In the be death pf two of time liordou High landers and the woundlncjot ISII r l riC rMiCMMM4 CI44F I VSTATEIi- I S 1 I ioS M SM CAUCUSnThey Have Iteaehed An Aereemvat OlllhWill PRit detocratn of the house Wednesday morn lag reached an ngrecinent on nn elec withoutn a dissenting democratic vote The meetyon v corniertradicals being represented 0drr consel onton Wednesday morning after the meet ing Thank time Lord our lroubl upontesIS wlllpas8 Mr Cantrlll was the only democrat absent HeI said he was opposed to tho bill but would be bound by caucus action and vote for it So a caucus will be held The bill agreed upon provides thattthe state hoard sisal consist of one democrat and one republican and state oflicer They shall appoint ti county boards ono or two from ezu party and from lists re umpiThlsa 1jorlt in each county board but tho boards shall have only minister 1powers except as to questioned balI lots It is said that tie democrats in tthe senate will readily accept th compromise Frankfort Ky Sept IThe real fight over the election law mayI rlSdemocrats in the senate who favor the house hill were talking Frld apofI night of offering the house makeshift us a substitute for the senate bill and if this is done n test vQtc will be had on it early Thin senate list ened to the first reading of tho house bill and discussed tho Alexander sub stitute but took no action HOWARD SENTENCED Jadao Cantrlll Overruled it Motion for- New a Trial Had Named December 7 as Day of Kxeciitlon Frutikfort Ky Oct 1Jas How ant convicted of the munlcr of Gov William Gocbcl was sentenced to hang Friday December 7 The sen fence was imposed after a motion for nile trial had bocce overruled I atn Innocent sold Howard Tim jury has passed on that question nnd all tin court cnn+ flo Is td jiass Hen tenco on you v The court then turned to tho clerk and directed that the sentence be BUS ponded for CO days pending nn appeal to the court of appeals The fixing of December 7 as time In for Howard execution does not moan that he will necessarily lteIs hanged on that day Howard has CO das from Saturday In which to fl his appeal and a transcript of tl trial record in the court of appeal- If lIe fails to file it in that time th ho would of coure have to be oxe uuted on December 7 lImit if he flies it in proper time then It is with the ourt of appeals ns to how long I decision will be delayed It can be delayed until January or later IinI which event the governor is requiredI to fix another dote for the banging if the sentence Is affirmed BOTH ARE DEAD tVlfcB Throat Cut Uy tier Then lie Manned llln Own Mttle tilrl WltiiCBiiedlhe Deed Bcattyville Ky Oct tWuHer Ev aims a bright young man and brother of County School Superintendent Louts Evans who lives about five milts south of here from sed which are up to this hour unknown cut tho throat of his wife from ear insImediately applied the weapon to his own throat with the soma effect Evans hud been married only about out year and his wife was n beautif woman 10 years of age They seemed Ito live happily and there is no cause assigned by those who know the par I ties best for time rash deed They had living with them n little girlI about 9 years old who was the olll- I 1awitness to the killing tier screams brought close neighbors to the sceneI who arrived only in time to see the man falling razor In hand OldTime Jockey Killed IUxington Ky Oct IIn a fight Tommy Blcvins the once good jou1 e ail his brains blown out by John Burdctte another Negro The me quarreled over the payment of a drink in a barroom and engaged ii- a fIght with pistols lllcl has was shot through the head cud instantly killed Burdctto was shot through thot 11 brevet and left hand John Shown ter also colored is said to have ta i en part In time shooting i They Hod Oren Drinking Mayfield Ky Oct IAt n beer park hero Saturday night Robert Bui look fatally stubbed Toe Butram in the abdomen Both young men are well known and Bullock who has IIstnbhlngI 1 1 Idled Under IllK Howl II Louisville Ky Sept 2S Coroner 1j Hugh MeCulhwgh was presented in the duty court Thursday inqmlnff and f linld to answer in 10000 bond which lie Is charged with killing neighborII I BANKERS ELECT OFFICERS George C Thompson of Padaeah Preildent A Vice President Kroin Each DUtrlet Lexington Ky Sept 28Time Ken tucky Bankers association closed ita lltwo days session here Thursday nnd the following officers for lima I ensuing year President George C- jg Thompson of Paducah vice prcsl dent First congressional district S N Leonard of Eddyvllle Second dls I trlct W T Handy of Hopkinsvlllc Third district W B Smith of Glas gow Fourth district C B Skillman of Clovcrport Fifth district Oscar Fcrley of Louisville Sixth district L Howard of fluent Seventh dls I Buckner Wood ford of Parrs I Eighth district B M Arnott of Nicbolasville Ninth district John X lloaa of Carlisle Tenth district Floyd Day of Jackson lcentbIUS 0 triet J M Richardson of Somerset secretary Islam Bridges of Louts vllle treasurer 13 W Hay of Louisa villc xccutive committee For thrco- ie years L C Murray John W Barr toulsvlllodLouisville J A Crabb of Eminence E S Lee of Covlngton TRANCEnllaT Shnvrnn War Ilellcved to no IsIlcad on Three DIITcrent Oec- aaloesA Strange Cnxe Williamstown Ky Sept 2D11itite- so sitting in a buggy nt the blue and gray reunion Thursday Mary Slinwan Mt Zion fell back on the cushions and to nil appearances was dent She swaa conveyed to n nearby residence and medical aid summoned Physi cians pronounced her dead and tho supposed corpse was removed to her home Friday morning a report was re ceived hero that she had been in n comatose state nnd revived shortly after being taken to her home On two previous occasions she hall two similar experiences Twice she was pronounced dent and prepared for burial but came from the trances into which she had fallen LOUISVILLE TRAGEDY DriiRRUt ItoHsiinB Killed ills Sweet heart anti Then Blew OH illuMend Vlth a ShotKQti 1rolJllrlllcpJfJ fSpt JoJuip2ifa sung who Kept a4drug store ferson and Fourteenth streets shot and killed Grace Preston at 4 oclock Thursday afternoon and committed suicide Bossung and Grace Preston 1hlld had considerable trouble with each other lately due principally It said to Bossungs jealousy At3 P m Thursday tho couple Were seen Itto go upstairs to the rooms over these drug store where they lived and it U ssalal they quarreled for two hours peresons who entered the rooms found Grace Preston dead and in another room found Bossung who after 1 till IeIng tho woman had blown oil his head with a shotgun Killed Ill IIoxerM MIddlesboro Ky Oct 1XewB has been received in this city of the death of Miss Mary Partridge in China as tho result of thcuprising of the Boxers Miss Partridge who was a pasItor of tho Jcllico Congregatlonalist church went to China about eight years ago as a missionary She was killed July 31 R7tc SIHNOIIH Surrender Warsaw Ky Sept SJohn SU son and son Lemuel who it Is charg shot and killed John Conner and Martin Doxcroux here last Saturday surrendered Thursday and were adVmitted to ball In 750 each The fath er executed the bond nnd was relens ed but the son was unable to secure bondsmen ICulllrdernt Veterans Meet 0 Wllliainatown Ky Sept 2SSeven thousand people were here Thursday attending the reunion of thi4th Kcn lucky confederate casmr Union soldiers are participating There was street parade a public dinner and speeches by Breckinrldge Duke Me Crcary nnd others1 far Ileckhntn to Wed Owensboro Ky Oct 1 Announce ment is nude of time forthcoming afar toftMiss Jean Fuqua of this ally No hrlJlcISouthaFor AVnldemeen Vr Lexington Ky Oct tC T Tltir bison sold to A P Hoimea Iloboken two fine horses for the personal usq of Gaunt Yon Waldersee commander Inchief of the allied forces InC ha IOu Rradley nt Home Lancaster Ky Sept 20 ExOnv W O Bradley la now la this ally and will remain here n whic vlth his lumpy rU Is just back irosn New York where he trniuncted lecul bua ianrs with menu college enibosumaut funds Iliit7aStoneOutiwboro Ky Sept war Tho 4 ymr old daughter of Joseph Penn s fanner IH thought to hntqV been fu tally inunnl by failing Ion stairs IlClhalatone 1 ri- I f 3 r THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY OCT 5 1900 r 1 Hos CHAMP CLARK the great Missou Congressman and politician is ifor a speech at Columbus ou the 13th o r October at 730 p m I ttttPOSTMASTERS aro belug assessed 11l each by the Republicans in almost openI manner As thero are 80000 post inns ters the tnud would aggregate nearly 1000000 A Nebraska post master has exposed tho scheme and several ofr the letters are made publlcCourier- Journal ttttW J BRYAN candidate for president ou the democratic ticket accompanied to by another orator of national reputation will bo in Cairo on Monday Oct 8 A of 1 oclock In tho afternoon he will deliv er a speech to the vast throng of voters that will be present This is not to be a ten to twenty minute talk but a regn larset speech ttttC QALVESTOS is confronted by a serious problem The city is virtually bank rupt and money lenders refuse to cashI city script except at a heavy discount A special session of the Legislature has been suggested to appropriate 1100000 Gov Sayers reports a total of 8072470 29 contributed for the storm sufferers This total is money sent to Gov SayersI and not distributed through other channels he tttt Li a recent speech lion W J BryanI by said Republicans there was a timeI when your party favored the income tax Abraham Lincoln signed the billI that made the income tax and it wasI not a plain income tax but a gradedI one Now when we advocate incomeI tax to day you call us anarchists How dare yon accuse Abraham Lincoln ofr being an anarchist for he till just what we are doing today ttttTHE Philadelphia Record observes to The slump In the Republican majorities in Maine and Vermont affords anI indication of Republican losses in close Congressional districts throughout the country With a Democratic House of Representatives every department off government would be strictly within the grooves of the Constitution and laws This is what makes the elections for Congress the most important of all elections It W fc 4 Teddy gGov Roosevelt will make half a score or more speeches in Kentucky dur ring this month mostly however 20 and 30 minute efforts from train platforms He will cross the state line at Hender son and will speak at Madisonvillo Central City Greenville Princeton Padu- cah Hopkinsville Russcllville Bowling a Green Mnufonlsville Elizabeth i town Shepherdsville at Louisville a set speech then to La Grange Frankfort Mt Sterling etc going out of the state at Covington or Maysvllle being in the state SO to 48 hours and speaking at say twenty points on the circuit deL scribed i 1IAKNA WAS TRAPPED From St Louis Republic Hannas explanation of his passage in his Chicago speech There is not tatatrig trust in tho entire United States the people much Observers were wondering i I how a man of Hauuas political I discernment could have committed the indiscretion of publicly announcing hisC tolerance of the trust evil They could not reconcile this frankness I with the equivocation contained in the platform framed under his direction I ntphiladelphla I HannnB explanation shows that he did not intend his Chicago speech to be a public utterance He was speaking to what he supposed was a united gath ering of trust operators Ho was asking them for contributions to the campaign t fund There was not a reporter present says Uanna How could they know what I said The gathering that Hanna addressed was not as close as Hanna supposed1 His speech escaped and has given theI public a clear insight to the duplicity of the great politician OCTOBER WEATHER Following is a summary of October weather na forecast by Prof Hicks Tho change to warmer weather nndI falling barometer in western parts 10ers last days of September will reach cen trap and eastern sections during tho Int 2nd and 3rd of October attended by cloudiness and rain Brisk winds with electrical storms in some localities may bo expected and to rising barometer westerly winds ldcmuch cooler will follow from about tho 3rd to tho Cth marked storm conditions fromCthtcSth Early snow in north and west frost south from 8th to 10th From 14th to 17th frosty nightfl I Warmer from 19th to 21st with rain turning to snow perhaps northward I About 22th to 24th rain wind and more snow to the north A sharp cold wave for the season will spread over the country from about tho 25th to 28th causing heavy frosts and some freezing over a great part of tho country r LOCAL NEWS t1 J Road tho Council proceedings Tho election will occur one month from tomorrow It has been reported that Chas N Walker will at an early date resume the publication of the Columbus Critic Drugsi 1 Wants For Sale For Rent Lost 1 Found to Loan etc inserted in the Courier at rate of 1 cent a wont each in sertion Personal mentions free The letters of acceptance are all out the spellbinders are working over timeII and it is up to tho people to do the hur railing However no man has to hol ler unless ho feels like it The Kentucky Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows will meet in Louisville on Oc tober 9 Louisville is the home of the Grand Lodge The last session was held in Paducah Louisville Odd Fel lows are nicking extensive preparations entertain their brethren RontltlluLTiptonvillc sonic throat uflletion Other children of that community have been similarly of dieted and some died Or Watson of Union Oity pronounces it dlptheria while local physicians are equally post tivo that its not Hu The Nations Pride Standard Sewing Machines Save your money GOKK Co Cayce Ky IA cleaning fluid that will remove grease from tho most delicate silks und cloths is made of one pint of distilled benzine threesixteenths of an ounce of fluid chloroform one eighth ounco of sulphuric ether It should bo bottled und corked tightly and kept from lire and lights as it is very inflammable ISoUle smart man who knows what is talking about says The happiest people in the world are those who keep out of debt oo t of politics out of ofllce shun notoriety make au honest living honest melnll follow the golden rule humbly serve the living God quietly pursue the even tenor of their way anti neglect no opportunity to do rood The work on the Mississippi Levee below Birds Point is going along nicely The last contract has been let to Cal Clay of Mexico Mo who will com menco work as soon M he can get an outfit in the field Col Clays contract consists of 25000 yards of levee This work closes up the gap between the work Between the work that was done last year and the Dresback Bras contract of 140000 yards of dirt These levees are be built a shade above a possible high water mark IWo defy any house In Westernmr Kentucky or Tennessee to sell goods cheaper than we GORK Co Cayce Ky Ono of tho greatest features ever seen in America is with W H Harris World Famous Nickel Plate Show It consists of eight magnificent Siberian Camels Grained to work in harness tho same as horses This is something new as camels are in the habit of carrying their loads upon their backs and aa u rule have never been known to pull These camels were obtained by Mr Harris from a well known animal trainer at Hamberg Germany and since nr here last March have attracted much attention in their unusual manner of work Hickman Thursday Oct 11 A swindle is reported from various parts of the country of which fanners will do well to beware Tho agents otter churn which they claim will largely increase the yield of butter from any given quantity of milk and they offer to prove this assertion Chemicals it appears are slipped into the milk and cream when tho purchasers hack is turned and the butter comes more quick ly and in greater volume than it usually does on the premises invaded Of course the resultant moss is not pure butter but the agent collects his money and departs before the fraud is discovered The store of Marshall Jk Rogers at Clayton burned last Sunday morniog before day break the merchandise be a totall loss as nothing whatever was We learn that there was 21000 insurance When the store was burn ing Mr Albert Bondurant proprietor of 11 drug store just across the road from the burning Building was powerfully excited Report has it that Albert seized a Colt pistol with a barrel 1C inches long and tiring same to awake tho sleepers for tulles and miles around over und anon and more anon than ever he lustily and mightily exclaimed tIne Gott mine Gott Im ruined Im ruined Troy News Banner Machine Repairing Mr John Elllug can be found at GEO BUCKS machine shop to repair anything in the machine line We have heard of stingy men men who will steal bungholes and then beg a cooper to make them a barrel around it free of churgo we have read of a man who would skim the milk on top and then turn tho bucket bottom upward and skim the milk at tho bottom of a man in Texas who hud a wart on the back of hits meek who was too stingy to buy a collar button and used the wart for that purpose but such are liberal hearted men compared with those who will pick every possible and impossible objection to a paper and then go around and swipe their neighbors paper and cuss it to boot Subscribers who have paid their money are bona flda subscrib can help this enterprise a great deal by closing their free reading rooms Wo appreciate sample copies being rend but what wo object to is the man who abus potitnlarceny to get ItExchnoKo 0lon SALE Residence containing six rooms halls porchostwo cisterns stable near the Court House the Cassoty property Apply to GKO WARREN Courier Olllco lhTwo Make a Pair III wisht th campaign was over said Mr Dooloy in speaking of tho troubles of u candidate I wisest itd begin said Mr Hcnnes firI never know nnnythlng so dead Jbey been so much as u black eye glvo or took in th ward nn its less thin two months to th big day Twill liven up said Mr Dooloy I begin to see signs Iv th good times com in again I k j r i1 rI New 1 Goods + I take pleasure in announcing to the trade time arrival of my t st I I IJ aml WMer J kttand will offer as good selection an can ho found anywhere You need not send oil for IttLte Styles stud Low Prices I for we have the Latest Styles and will give I Bxt rd nary BARGAINS in All LU1SSt11- tigtfte everybody to call null make a careful inspection anti compare time quality and pri- uf with tiny other goods in this section Most goods have advanced in prw lint r will give everybody tho INSIDE PRICE on anything in f my Stock II you will C A TM TMI E A FI Jr you can make Letter selections before the stock iis broken Thankful r past favors Jam resftrctfully jpllToo Jl y to give SPECIAL PRICESins C B MBERCrI week but will IInter on 1 + I i atr rrI NEWjj t FALL GOODSrr titi 1 t AT l 11Baltzer Dodds J AS TO PfcAUPUKLISU The Post agrees with Uo Atlanta Journal that tho question whether the flag should bo hauled dowu or not do ponds entirely on where it Coat and how it came to ho there If for exam pIe in the settlement of a boundary Ills pate it is Fifty foor forty or light that the lag has floated where it did not belong it may come down wltb honor Our flag went in Canada and came out again in the revolution1 struggle and incurred no reproach It was rais ed oycr Tripoli for a definite object and was removed when that purpose had been accomplished U waved over the halls of the Moutczumas ID Mexico in the least defensible nil wan and no dishonor attended its withdrawal It lIupcraUvodutyfar as we know desires or expects it to remain there after that duty leas been discharged Our Hag iv in Cuba but we ore pledged to haul it down when our contemporary wards are in condi tion to warrant that step The Post contemporarythat flagthanwe have seeu have occurred and Chi na nUll Cuba are expected to present in patriotto 8TABDIKU AFFRAY AT 3UVPIEM Mayfield Ky Sept 30 Special Asa result ot n fight between Itobert Hal lock of this city anti Joseph Entrain of this county last night the litter iis at d1DgtQudillonIJutrnm und before physicians could tench him several font of his entrails were sus infhctcllbyhas been arrested und Ilucked up anti he claims to have stabbed Outrun in sells wellknown t IIKKBM TUB ANSnKK ljFroni St LonU Republic From a passenger on board the North German Line steamship Frederick the Great and bearing tho Southampton postmark under date of September 18 the Republic received a postcard containing I tho following IlKCUIIIfho United States flag is planted on tho walls of Pekiu Who U going to haul down that flag This would appear to have been writ ton by some ardent imperialist hurrying to Europe to moro completely satufate his soul with the spirit of Empire through contact with Empire Itself Possibly in Germany tho writer hopes to enjoy such a surprising vision of tho beneficent workings of tho imperial sys tent as shall render more ruthless and resolute his determination to assist ini bringing about the downfall of freo 111I stitutions as represented by tho can Republic Anyway It is plain that his being was aglow with the fervor of foreign conquest and tho loot of Empire when ho wrote that post can i message I Nevertheless tho Republic accepts its duty or notify ug this traveler in this tunt lands of till identity of tho man who will haul down the United States flag from the walls of Pokln The mans name is William McKluloy and ho is President of tho United States Under tho pressure of a healthy and whole homo American sentiment Mr McKiu fey him already In effect lmaulod down that flag by deciding upon the with drawal of the American troops who were seat lo Pekin to rescue American Min ister Conger Tho rescue having been ulTcltodl tho American people saw no wagon why this American Hug should cent fiiuu to float over the walls of Pekin Iliaclon fur HRh Cost 88500 now offered at 81DOO cash running gear und top almcwt good a new Apply at COURIER OFFICE 1 COMING TO HICKMAN TW HHflRRlSfS WORLD FAMOUS IlickeJ PlateI l ShI Wj WILL EXIHIHT AT HICKMRN KYD9 Thursday Oct n goo JOlM11 Y RV iJAPAKfH fps flOM flb O JAPAN THEHMrUKHiV f MTV fKITH ANT S0IHAHfMCA StnMIuU yTwisaA j1WthTwW FttMUll tUff Mi Most Popular Show in the forM Copied hv all Fannied IIIIone AK Y TI l RY CLINTON STREET- s JlJOKJAN No 5 Iho Fumed St Lconi li 9 Supreme ArtlhlH t I IThe Wonderful J Greatest Contortionists 8 Siberian Camels 8 Trnined to work in Harmms Tie iiioHt exjiontiivc fuaturo in rill A nicrica Man Now and Novel jots I Gypsy the Fatuous till Elephant und her Httlu baby Hurney e Vld The iLargest Den of Performing in tin worldtA1IJRFLtnnsIU OOPAR 1Utt A Multitude of Daring Gymnasts The Grout AllFeature Show TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY I ut 2 and 8 oclock p m Door Open One Hour Earlier CARUTlERS RY AiD COijlr FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFECTIONERIES ETC lroNrUOKY Telephone O Acrohntio ConklliiR Americas Ot E iiirivHjrit3 General Grocer Powoll Block Clinton St hiving puroltarnli the Qrwttj Block of J J 0 IlouJiiriul would IMI pleasedta- hiiiu nil nit frlDili to cell Fresh QomU sad Choice Karelin Al i I II nIroi Time Table i S 0 8 St L U It 1 ljAVIi AUHlVKHl- IVilN Hu krat Milil p 111 I Till Ho M 745 m Triiln H6S l8il pHi I Tutu No 4 110 pmic lic Local anti Personal Oita John J Young and daughter left Monday night forSt LoulttVIMte Cusslcj Jonort of Union City ted Mist Hoflrtle Onxe last weekting A 0 Oarntliura loft Monday M t M A O Road for St Louii fair iadUonvyt medium and light weight Krrru ftrt i Cheap RICB ftA LaIC Mr H T1 Davis In in St Louis thisItI rtt end lira PuvlH In Cory don hy II T Amberg loll Monday night to h I md Mryant t StrattonH commercial lloo Si Inits- fjSf FurI the best Farm Fence in the world for I ho prioo see us Gone c Co Coyce Ky MiM IMO Amborg daughter of M s iib Yi Pnrsgould Ark is vintting in it Umi n Ibis work j fled Unllinny and Ernest King are among the Illukman vlmlor In tho SU I uts Exposition this week 4 f2r All kinds of Frcfch FishI Oysters Told Wild Fowls 1rl for ado t the lalinkmanMaster Samuel Mooney entertained ono evening last week in honor of little Mtttf Oi niio Smiths eleventh birthday my Mr and Mm Will Garrlgan of Union City spoilt Sunday In the cltelgtietstflof Mr and MOl John Ringwood 1ST 11 pounds host Standard Uranu Intend Sugar for e1lOwGoitK Co Cayco Ky 1hrs Haskoll elocutionist of SttI IHilguvo n delightful Reading nt City hull Monday nlghu before a small but appreciative audtunoo era Mrs Dr Puller nnd children who have bean visiting Mr anti MOl Albert of Hallow Ir this county returned to their of hjp0 nt Mayfield Snnday fcilTDont yiw want tho Courier Jour od net tCO sent H year two papers n weolA no Hand m your sn1tt di4lonstlu ThteteI OnmlMK week nt tho mil livery fltoroH and the ludlott hero loon bus viewing the displays and disctiM U IIK the latest styles In Ihwidgoar 11M Society of Unllod Charities will meet with Mrs RnndU Friday after room at 200 oclock The inoniborH 01el these KoolotliH will please be in atten h ndaOut of 700 mjsos in Chlungu whore uaulU wore inndo by women on men bnxjiiHtlolcH wore used In over LOi Inutan Gel Woman olubj always wore upK ed to tho welfare of men Haf KnilHeky and Superior Wheat l rlk for Made by us on easy terms UoKBifc Co Cnyoo Ky MM B c RaiiMgn lion begun then cwiwtrualloii of n hniidiioinn tho lotIJ formerly owned byhe late J It Greenly on Troy avenue Mctwn Jolinwn Stoker arc tho coutraotor Hwiulre Miinmo bridge coinintanlon tr of thef county In his report to thotI licu Court Tuesday report that there iiit 8lllrhJgM in tho county embruaiuu jtfft fret and that of this there are 40J feet of Iron structures TlpUinvtllo Prow A S Kosedale n photographer of many yours experience I iN hero rend to take your pietum trd your piaturo tuknn until you DontJJ rxamlued hits work lou will find iioxt door to J H Smith i Miw Lolln Bright our IIIUKIC teach IT in making n line impreMsIon on Obion uizaus she has a clan of 16 and there nr timers to come yet MUM Bright U a tine intolllgout young lady and descry ix liberal pntronngo Obion Scraps tfirlland us tlionubarptioii price of Any ninvHjmjMir or magazine and save yourself the time and trouble oi ranking u noHirnt i remittanue Wehaudlothcm nil WILSONS BOOK STDRK Mr W C Johnson nand wife W A Dudds and wife T T Swayno and wife Miss Olu Uouldur 1 ID Simmons Ford Hcretidbs Leon Smith Lower Stone 0 F Baltzvr and IJnI Peeler are attending the St Louis Exposition this week J Among tho tinny features with W II Harris World Famous Nickel Plate Hhow is tho Famous St ron Family of Australian acrobats whoso many feats of Htronpth and ugillty have astonished tho peil lo oo both continents Hick man Thursday Oct 11 UUlgyllowGauR Co Cayco IKy W W Pharcs and A N Glover are holding u mcotlnjrjljjkJ week ut Ml Her mop Christian Churun Services at 10 b0 u m and 7iW p m The meeting 1 will continuo till Tuesday night and possibly longer Everybody invited to attend thoso services Mu RionJ NAVLOK have added 1t811OCI I Val 1Hue of lino Overcoats their furnish ing goods department Will sullyuu one I cheat No old stock all now and upto date Two lJIoklllUn county couples wcru married In Fulton last Tuesday night They wore Mr Olliu Lancaster and Miss Carrie Univat and Mr Calvin Allen timid MUM Ruth MuWhirter tho latter wero runaways Both were comp arattvuly I young tho first couple being nineteen and sixteen respectively and the lutttlrII twenty mind sixteen years They hulled I from Baltimore tir Wu have exclusive 1111001 Bucks i Famoux Cooking Slovas and Ranges Also time IFninouH Wilsou Heater lent I pig Stoves and arc in u position to offer you some bargains Soo us OOKK Co Cayco Ky Jot UccfcliUHi to Marry Ovvonsboro ivy Sept 29The mar riago of Joy Buokham and Mhw JoanlFuqua of this cityis announced to Il pluco Miss Fuqua U tho daughter of Mr JOlt A Fuqua the to I Imeconlst and Is ono of Owonsboros I most popular and lovable youngwomon S C JUDGE TARVIN Hickman Saturday Oct 13th Judge James P Tarvlu of Ooviugtoa y regarded na one of the ablest pab speakers In Kentucky will address the people at City Hall In Hickaaa Saturday Oct 18th at 2 oclock p m- on tho issues of the National and State I campaign In support of Bryan and Ste All the people ladles and gen tlemen are respectfully invited to at gad to give a fair bea nII Items about County Schoola Tho following items from tho Annual eport of tho Common Schools of thlAII county for tho year ending July 1 may o of interest Pupils in county 2025 Enrolled In School2028Av-erage attendance 1141 This shows an average attendance us based on census of 41x boned on en rollment of jJ96 lour years ago when thu unforced attendance law first went into effect and before It was first discov Bred to boiuoj eratlvethe average ultra j dant in the county was 1171 pupils or KJV of the pupils in tho census report J his bust year School Dist HO U2 Wood wn led all others in the mutter of at tendance Hhowing an average of 04 y of the census lujtort no 10 Rural Acade follows with Gl96 The schools at Fulton and Hickman had GO and 65 per respectively The lowest average attendance is fouund in the schools at Sycamore Chapell and fBussufnis Ridge hich show 10 and the Fuirvicw and Upper Bottom show JJ2 per cent only A total of 10521 was expended upon schools in our county tho pant year over 14000 of this being paid to teach Time average monthly wages of the teacher were HI 73 of the mei KO 01 tho women tJO 02 The average cost teaching each nebular In the county 910 25 In time matter of benefits deriv from tho money expended District IKi again leads the average cost of touching euoli pupil in this District beg only fl 20 In Dist nort Syca more Chapel the cost per pupil was t25 In Hiokman too cost per pupil wtH 11210 in Fulton 1874 Ono feature of school work in this county has been neglected by the touch laud patrons to n certain extent Wo ave only ton school libraries in the county These contain nearly 1200 vol umi9i of carefully selected looks and- re valued at f900 There are 28 school houses in the county valued at tXi 2T0 The value of the furniture and apparatus is 1200 Every school in the county is now in nctwlon and the prospects for a success fat school year were never no bright Tho corps of teachers now teaching isI tho host and most experienced that woI Lave ever had The reports for tho first month of school average attendance slow over 1030 pupils As a sure Indl cation of a good school is a prompt and regular attendance I will earnestly ask patrons and trustees to give their cordial cooperation to tho efforts of tho teachers to Increase the attendance Renpcct fullyD WILSON Now Pall GoansI JUST ARRIVED Oatmeal Kraut Rolled Oats Pickles Quaker Oats Mustard Grapo Nuts Salads Buckwheat Flour Urits yomlnyShrcdelCtI All kind of Canned Goods L P W S Ellison Telephone 00 Quick Delivery AUHOUBCetflCH Tho marriage of Miss Alice F Cow gill to Mr Henry 0 Helm will take place at St Pauls Episcopal Church Wednesday evening Oct 10th at half Last sown oclock Rev Archer Booghcr olllciating A CARD OAYCK OCT n 1000 Through tho lines of th Courier Il wish to thank tho good people of Cayco and vicinity for their kindness rand sym pathy shown UH during tho long Illness of my dear husband MRS D E REEVES For nil kinds Harness Tinware auil Woodenwnro see GOnE 2oCayco Ky HEIR TO A FORTUNE If Mr Darker fail Collect It lie WillI bo Mighty Well Fixed Union City lA M Barker has received information from a Now York attorney that ho iis ono of tho heirs of an estate valued nt 200000000 loft by his grelll gnllldrutberMarLin Key ot Vir ginia Mr Key leased for ninetynine years the land on which tho greater part of tho city of Brooklyn Now York now stands and tho term of tho lease expir ode Resides this there are 7000 acres of land at und near Owensboro Ky and vast tracts in Virginia Mr Barkers share of tho estate will bo something ov or flOO 000 Plow PelRts Take your plow points to GEO BUCK ho will grind them 2 for 2C Saltkeptand wont pack or gut hard GOKK Co Oayco Ky Seasonable M Reasonable ALL CUT PRICES FURNITURE i V ON SOME OF THE GOOD THINGS Left from our big cleanup Sale the past mouth Have a few yet of the 81000 SolidI Oak BEDROOM SETS t X00135 GOOD OAK KOCKERS uIat 85cAI 075 Oak DINING ROOM CHAIRS ii at 1 575 400 3atI 15 1JM I 00now200 1at50 USEVINOp Beautiful and Artistic and cheap Brass and Enaceled BEDS FALLURNITURE In great variety BOW In 3iSTEPHENS SIIITII j Undertaken Furniture and Goods SPECIAL OFFERDun t3IR fUll enabled torn otTer YOU Four 181 WhtskeyO0mart indicate content When you it if it is not taco yotJOOThll YT R WEBSTER KHTRAY NOTICE Takes ap M a stray by R Y McCoa null living ia Fulton County Ky 8 miles west of Jordan one mile north of tho State line road one bay mare mule about 12 or 1C yearn old about 1C han4a high no mark or brands perceiv able and valued at Her my nand this September the 17Ut 19QO J F MEHRES J P F O Notice All parties indebted to moo by note or account will please come forward at and settle up This m youA SHAW State Line Sept 20th MzodPants- We have added to large stock OF JAJtVfISii- a complete line ol Ready Mixed Paints SALL COLORS I and guaranteed to be oftiTe BEST QUALITY WWOthVGIIiL nnUGGJBT PARIS A PARIS JR Alex A Paris Son 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in COAL WOOD AND SAND HIOKMAN KY PittBburg K nawha River Illinois and Kentucky Coals rp aF TEPHENS WITH TO THE PUBLIC- I I am engaged in this I line of business at Union City Teun and carry at all times a large and well assorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well aa all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER I and hereby to receive It od tent sati and lief Given once our A A A J4Ml i TIP IIOS W J BRYAN Will spent at Cairo 111 Oct 8th at 1l p m Very low rates will be made over the Mobil Jk Ohio R R to Cairo for this OCCJUBQ AecideatatFaltoa NAparMml Pakher a young uiaa from AlmbyC lloway county had Ins leg rna over 7 train at Fulton which lie was UyiBf to board while it was moving Ilk rib leg was badly crushed at Uie ankle j fFaltei Etopemeal Mayfield Messenger Min Mary Whayae Marphey who west to BJebeol hero and to greatly admired from F eJopedltoByeiterday MeCUy aa I C civil engineer to Uni OityT HH and were married I IT aid the Xeaej Supply It ii laid that war makes money plen tiful Temporarily jut it does for- man w to owas a fiae house and slaps a morti tse OB it He can revel In the luxnri4a for a season bat when the time to pa It plea interest rolls along wen illat different Fool is he who imsguta that the wanton and enor mow destruction of property and young men Ude to enrich the world Reason fa1lacyTroyPrl School Shoes Drsss Shoes BUY THEM NOW AND tUY- GUARANTEED SHOES our JForJ JilissesS and OnnarBoS SnoBS tot sew am Dress I J IfothersIf Sizes 6 to 8 76o Sizes 11 to 2 8135 + Sizes 84 to 11 98c Sizes 2y to 6 200 t1 pjlWl THE STAR SHOE COS Childrens and Misses Fine Shoes ARE THE BEST rr Highest grades Ladies Shoes Our Mens 8250 and 1300 Leather lined Shoes are Special Values We want your trade Call in and look it will do you good Remember all Rips Sewed and Soles Pegged FREE msmJ CASH SHOE STORE FOR THE BEST I- NCROCRIESI Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRIESM TO Rogers ThrelkeldaT7P- TODATX f Ii GROCXRY I WI1llNGt OLD STAND Goods Delivered FreeFRESH MEATSClinton Street Telephone 74 LEDFOBD BAUBLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware aHay Oats Bran Lime and Cement MWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no Ipainswill be spared to please our customersII Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us i Clinton Street Telphono 6 Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office Kentucky ud IfoShenj Wheat IMlsfI-I 1 Oliver and Vulcan Ohi11 J1oVv c Lawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Hames Backhands Traces c BUGGIES and HARNESS the best grades and styles always in stock in large quantities To get ono ET i to suit you will have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a triali HIbc E E 1I em COMAN KENTUCKY A r J J IiI i 1 y 9 yn f t 1 i r w jM r r i IJ M MS Aft Ju NI t tt ACTIVITY OF PAgr1I D Talmage Draws a esson fr Work fofthe Diisciplei L f Vtnl Out PIRcra or Uatrlllbtu fat jYet Fullr nccnplcU Sent of Jture Workers Chore LifeboattIlli 4rr Copyright1190C by Louis 1 oplcb Aln his discourse Dr Talnuge pot to JlIds of usefulness that are not yet tiTbioughly cultivated and shows t tjRomansUiipn another mans foundation t ln laying out the plan of his mission nfiVyI dries w hit ltphlal iiofyet bcen- Spreanlt I lie goei ioCorlnth a t ousthyf r liphmtlor uud +1re and rnwithwhere the priesthood auc the sae dljjin wore ready to leap with b religion1etls lelikea dthI h iiiouns to do It What was the SsfKi The grnnQnfW bf usefuln t ttlmt n mUll ever lived 14e motlernICTrlbtUm workers are not apt to tt- Ls imlI Itt peopltI vetheO prefer to parr it oiled with families allanddt whom have been pious Do wega- tSnbanthclioolBinsB oilAndL we want go boys add girl hair combed faces washed manners attractive So a Thanrebaout of other ehurehes Sonic ministers Wml nil their time in fishing In other popples ponds and they throw the line IttM thai church poMantiJ they je i ut a Methodist ana throw thus 11 ntthe thip another church pond and bring to P qlTa Presbyterian or there is a reli1 uiSh1ft1from that pond nnd we lake them all Ih with one sweep of the net batnis gained Absolutely nothing for thetl cause of Christ What strengthens an army is new recruits Whilecourteous lo those coming from other flocks weh should build our churches not out of ether ehurt bus but out of the world1 lest we baud on another mans foun dation The fact is this Is a big world1 Uhcn n our schoelboy days we learned the dan eter and eireumfcreace of this planet we did not learn half It is tthe latitude and llongitude and diameter and circumference of want and w and sin that no figures can calculate This o e splrltunl e otinrntof wree I lc1nevea ielrerga Qnet pad 1 wore camdTo give Its geographic il I would say it was bounded 1 1boundarnorth and south and east and the great heart of Gods s pathy and love Oh it Is a great won1 I Since sic oclock this morning 00800 by persons have been born apd all these t busrffrn ChrbetaJ l allt rn tresteAnierlca4UoOO acres Is p unusual possessin PITIFr ier unoccupied plenty of room more not building another Pidundation UIWebarding the old Ironclad sinners thatl lave been ofr ycgrsChrist eh which lacks the spirit of tolightI noInnearned pillar enough to have modelitt housed ttheirrtt doing less gothi I bouseII and athel o arebrokezFliI 15 thwill not be welcomed NoliaJsgaMJme fastiThus Christian I dont likede tI be cr riled in church Donpu1 atio1c t 4nppnl InIItl thle s mA few today assembled pratorn Christian churches compared with theth theatanym pl1 1is I 0tal that should advertise thalhts paw tltnts must have nothing worse than toothache or runrounds but noof broken heads no crushed ankles noOffractured thighs Give us for IrentOD mcnt moderate sinners velvet coat edand sinners and sinners with a gloss onthl It is as though a man had a farm ofel3C03 acres and put all his work on onetla acre lie may raise never so large ears of corn nevjr so big heads wheat he woukj remaiht poor Theatchurch of God has eato1ed Its chief aptdidefn you closure but the flgljs theworld Th means North and Soiith America thelands iIshav after u great battle there 1 were left b0 piptwounded and dying on the field a three surgeons gave all their time toSaviour I three patients under their charge The P major gengral comes Jn and tays to tthe I lookSat tj ee ucyrr thrdoctorssir qUak t patients + wbavo three important ca es here andne arS tttendlng toInthem and whcn we are nWoaltiv busy with their Wounds H Takes our time td KSep the flies ofT Tn thllIn 1 awful battle with sin auto sorrow where millions have fallen on millions do not let us rpcnd all our time In today pc them Sag care of a few people and when the command comes Go Intojhe world I 4ay pracUcallyi Nq1 cannot have here a few choice cases und gofev lingtUuUhUcIclJ I ro a IapI Christian worker 100kJeIl1IB t eke and with earnesIncssQn the ccntuatloa say Come or they wo ktngdootnMy religion a or a great reality If it be a sham l us disband our churches and Christi associations If Itb a reality Ih 1 great population are oft the way tthe bar of God unfitted for the ordc l Comparatively little effort as 1 has been made to save that tar clash of persons in our midst call skeptics and he who goes to wo 1 un uponntsother maws There iis large number of them They ore fMireason we do not know to mgChrltand pathos and beauty and suc Christ dealt with him Thou nILusheart nail with all thy soul n all thy mind and with all tI lehstrcllgth This is the first and grc commandment and the second unto it namely thou shalt In neighbor as thyself There grrntiIIthan these iii the scribe said to him Well master thou hast saftT the truth for there Is one God and to love Him with all the heart and nilI understanding and all the ISO all the strength is more th h burnt offerings nnd sacrifices III al1jt8Wlrllclou art not far from the klngelO iod So a skeptic was savedwone interview Hut few Christi people treat the skeptic In that w rkIustuad of taking hold of him ++ i gentle hand of love we are n take him with the pinchers of clesiastlclsm You would nit be so sougon tb- nma It yml kre+a lovtd1o1t b faith in Christianity I have known skeptical from the fact th y grcAv up in houses where reli glen was overdone Sunray was ti most awful day n the week religion driven into them w1 ilJrlp JIIIUPJIlIOhc wcfe furfcvJeJ IJstUffltlI They were often told that they were the worst boys the parents ever kne because they liked to this down h I bettor than to rend Itunyans IllI grlms Progress Whenever father nail mother talked of religion they thoemouth and rolled up their eyes ch7fgirltorusoontr J4ni nfboy or tlenkhor that isit If I had such a father n- anmother I fear I should have been Infidel t1j rkepdlsome man who professed to be d- InChristian They had n partner iness who turned out to be a first scoundrel though a professed istian Many ygars ago WGy Jo faith by what happened In an I company which Was formed nnldtfieb nilroleum excitement Thecom owned no land or If they dld J PrduIuZ++msthe elder and the treas was an Kplcopalian Vestryman fethodlstli directorsrpormlnent of liaptiit and Congregational churches Circulars fabultoou prospects opened before this company ocent men nail women who bud le money to invest and that little all wild I do not know any ng about this company but so many good men arc at thin head of it that it must be excellent and tak- Ing stock In it must be almost as good as joining the church So they bought the stock Hndperhnps received one dividend BO jui to ice m f still but after awhile tb j found that the c company+ had reor and had a different presi t seed different treasurer noel dlf la1fmntsormtvdkeofliccrs of tIC companyj wlth nVuny re grets tq resign And all that the subscribers of that stock hud to Rh their investment was a beautifully amented certificate Someti t man looking over his old pope comes across that certificate and it so suggestive that he Vow lid1 nts none of the religion that the president and trustees and direct j that oil company professed coursciiihelr rejection of religl such grounds was unphllosophlmany unwise U nm United States army desert e + wrevery year iIs that anythlaagainst the UnitedStatrs government soldofireseersChrist deserts Iis that anthi I against the giirlaMantly which i swore to support nad defend How do judge pf i tha currency of z cOlin atmJuwe Veen swindled by religious pre+ tenders Live In the presence of others honest car rait Chrlatlan 11ft they may be attracted totlleaa upon whom your hopes de JItemcmberJ fisomeGoethes Irrcliglon sorted when the came toJerma at the cart h At IilaJ bon Ilerettdber l 1- 7ZhatW004pieopllakoNldha9npltilh ed tiat1artiigdakc And lake aft er f treedspyhis bellalli the goodness of Uodt bdaby the memory of the good old s when pt their mothers knee thw yleeIj pil kt F er In which she watched you giv I you the medicine in just the right Re e nail ttrnng your pillow whti it I isnjieaVayildyou + t never hoar agalnlualeas you join her youtonescletr betterbyanandI thekrouIfl tyonls llltliom1et1 thatgebeg C ri hlrrk1I ltpraeI II and groans and agonies and feat throes of the Son of Godtho sp pronches you at this moment with torn 1ppcdback1 air 1l ye who are weary and adrn nail I will give you teat heD1tt uiefulnrisbut tboloiYortfthrtIleastt tfd fo alcohollsn t They lak the flre th keep pp the WrhAh la ruth painthear no I trfntHomanonj thing st inette ijlite temptation to heating 11Itai IIs moil mighty and millions stinbWhen a mans habits go wrong h e ienli drops goftd Influences drop t m honget oft the track n n0Yre4he rhoptsailSy gettliyr people off shipwreck One oho1iafter 11 os harp lldOltour L rtrf built that asefulstructures d th thaIrtherethThe cotitoaYaatts ifanyi PII I waters but those who hnrolt lIlale tneIIWe do not preach enough tti sack- naN ire hnte not enough f mh In their rlcai t Alas If win fluffjy JyIfi t sublapsarlaHlnm and uprab tirfan upersdround and biting their home ol silt- sn The church is not chi fly for goodish sort of men w1ioe rrallvl- d S ties are all right nnd who sod I gut to Heaven praying nail singing n their own homes It U oa too b 1101 ithelp the drowning Those b d daiqst are the cases that God Hkos WJakc alflI rlJtheIt tt wore necessary OJ would IDe down from the sky Ccllodallartillery of Heaven and a islflionI angels with dritwn swards Grt 100 such leaiIfor such men nre generally w hoartedBnd enthusiastic Xo foe prayers then No heartIcm sUtRag then o cold eontuntluaaliatae t y on Destitute uhildroji of the tr ott titer a field of work oamphrstlieh u l occupied The uncarcd fur tltik a are lu the majority in most nj our cities When thjy grow up Jf Jwh chUelrtoI dren Thro whtokjr ring will hack jotherto DublieI r Gcp v iieydying population in ht rfrith bosom Public schools cannot do IIttcArt cannot do it Jllnokwti lisland cannot do it Aimshouses cannot 4Rtlj it Jails cnn nJ d9 It church cf cbjf tp to QTtr lIIn nllteenlf niiito You inn do Itt Get gomcirhere Sm how to worldw owThe PrusslancavalrT mount brtpuii al1m tI scaleray It mount by putting their left fOot hit the stirrup 1 do not care 11111 yoiij mount your war charger If you onbd gerainto this battle t there soon right stirrup or left stiri tliDrticaly be should we build on another mans toundation trhcrynt l+ tlon be It was In 179 a port of the Coma a atlongedi istiAi ugh6eth army an I saved fhbeitlplreslpd 811aDdi a mighty in prayer iI nd work the they to thtrouted and the gm 1 pt hell nigh metreiiable Lattucht31ek3oeltcl aLp for may anotlicr JYtge1 A away nos + r itl Sbakc out ihejreefs In thforrornr QU Sly nu alldtoI HI the Cantos Jesusnbpnrd +v as tosure our 1I afety JJrausonthe bebeckonhie wilt treleoapitaai Into hari thtrh3t sjosjsjL i rpoFather Kar rillbirwiTellciifr laNiorr y oar p Itth nellenry lt Hr tpoaltton i offorI 4aifheypmt upon tojslHformntlon sail tIle tyHdtr lamentably crude by Jleriry My Wont dad d If maizenFTea + ti T yoeau tell klmyo did your very best M lijjI Henry Did my coat cothinf DIJO IHIC f l I u LABOR AND EMPIRE I Alti+ tlr ThaDyfarmtmn Ua la An neilnir Xrwljr tr+ aired Countries The effect uponAvagcs of annex Ing countries overrunning with the cheapest kind of labor jit evident enough to Anyone who will consider tthe quest Ion dispassionately t but per at Raps a brief account of what I have alIgrandt youIgovcrnmen1tt 1 upon Kgyptlnns little or nothing In sold of the Industrial re 1 suits of expansion nail yet there re to ImportllltlSome yearn ago while 1 was living In Kgypt I visited one of the cot dosalai center of the rattan region I These mills are owned by Knglbdi French and iceman capitalists and operated by native lobaten the main room of the factory the sir was so thick with cotton dut that I found It difficult to breathe A row of Aral girls of 18 or 13 year of age wrr standing there before a series of tuba manipulating the raw cotton What are the hours of labor of 1 these girls 1 naked the foreman who wnsjOQtlnir as my guide tlrnm ihfl4tato ilC i i petoI l- tennlMfltnn for dinner he Hiwvorcd And what IK the pay re- TwfelveI aril a Iwlf cents n day I Ioirtd lKinll 4lrve that and the nexIMnne I nietjhe KnglUh tnaiMfrr Ithe 3 ARE NO ltonqtItllwd I la it trued 1 aikott that youi work year grt twin roar tmtil sUi for UV eeNto a dart Yeti ho snM rather rrlMetantly I 1dnt 11t1fa lOJuTt + Ne in ami glrlidtai t1 norln rltieI U + are l rt g j1 PIftodIII we nre lawy they stay ater time from six till ten oclock IIH the evening nail we pray them an extra RUrdIMesbabe nt the breast sad put then the floor In the corner sail work with the root Afll J li JhJJijnJmryoiiJn UL 9 nhrG wlarwiryoIl1 IIIIprlYOA t j a knlfu BO thick Is It with oot One thing huts saved Kgypt tin rj Is the nbseneo of coal It costs much to bring It thert orllVpay to introduce fnolorleA an scale lint there In plenty of coal I the Philippine Coalman be hall a lapmII will bq as cheap In the IbfUpplnr- o Wfthconl nt this prier with girls andI boys ready to work for 18V4 cents n what IK to prevent the Immediate flow of ourqapljito these IIrhint nail the Inauguration of n tamponI such as we have never known1 fore Hither wages sill fall here to the lay cctlt level or our I fneloHen willII moved bodily to our new loose slons and our men left toI rve HIMiop Potter of New hasl juit iiWjinfthej l PhHlpplr fork Ut 11111rIIddo mice tithe kindlyI to cheese Ini t trap The system will prove n curse them ns It hun already proved to glrjj+ of nail nt the intIt Ir be sold that the natives are not trJleWhcnt mal thpni lollmgiiitn are found compcj thgtn 1vlhl8 has nlrendy doneMsTne Jnlifes df Kouth Af ant the llriyh gpvernmenl im ltAer upmtP tljiy1 notices there time nvowril object of forcer I ta to seek employment in the mines the purpose of raising money t paVthejta tht 11clot FIilhc onW jrp l tint tllomfto saute iltnrrry r The same plan will be adopted our capitalists In the Philippines it turns out that HIshap Poster mlHtakeu nail that the Klliplnoh do workuWo arc told that we ought to cs fubllttlr a stable government In the lllpphlCH That Is preolsuly what ought uot to o It IU the lack of stnblt Ttovcrnmcnt vfhloh prevents capital from going to countries where people fre veilingI to work for starve ation wnges It Is an automatic or rangement of nflttiro thut In tint lr tilled or partly olvllired countries franchises nail monopolies are not well enough protected for capital to risk itself If this wrote not so nil manufacturing I Industries wOllldIIrk once the eountf of cheapest +rn other things being equal and + tlau of the home population would tattoo It II best for the world the government of such countries should not be too stable and by In sisting upon n stable government In the Philippines we are doing our heAt throttle our pwn Interests It IIs clearly the Interest of nil wage earners to oppose Imperialism root nail branch and It they have any ubt on the subject let them con elder the cotton operatives of Kgyptt IUrnesC IL Crosby In the American Fcderntlonlst WOULD TAX OLD SOLDIERS I Ejjirnur of llillliitne Rar In therItrpntillnan TUo republican 1platform of 1HO to abiotarlj silent eotvrroJMg the oldI c4ders Tarr I1s sot ON kolttary word In ttheir beboU sad it U MS tted that In the rosily 111rat 4wan of roaiHeit the rep lit llenn Iiwrty tnmn the arrvMltv of onom In tin dtmtioNOflaNIoa ox HMilittirt Thrre lsI rourd for bHIrvlog ii party of lwperiatlw IIs pNfMIgo II THERE TRUSTS Mark Manna on working Matuourah doubtless to nooks 10 old toMtrr pay tot wu of sabJotelulon In the lkl1lpplaN Vi t the pobllraa party IM j prrtl n NgaHartatal MPOH flit I of the old tclolrrt It lies wage rjrpijlt tlaern mud has eiqilolltd tWtn for the toaefit of NtaropotlrR aod irnntat acd I it4iss tntl looporntnUy- YI tolSyiUi11 11 IP W ifTrii5 ottt to i r4rVa Fihllittl11t4itipl dltl lkd auntie table urrf of Kirery Howvcr 1th1 roHtbliraa plot form Is now siletitt still1 Wntlsai flhaywritrs ecJiunas la a triter of acrrfrtt aae without a stasisl line or rvea a vlnirle word rrfvrrlng to fit p M ders of the nylon Il wa too busy tfftndI gotoff his tsar of vorquost to offer wo4d of aaoiiniace to them that tWy are MID to br dea4 with Justly s 4lllb jrnly 11Q grateful government The 1ftinocrai4e pUlormIIs IIn nappy republicI1G au 3I Ity of the American soldiers and Mil ore In nil our wars It pays we III torAll liberal pensions to them nail thnlrdr I sdcntsnnil we reiterate thlitoltN1tal11 In the Chicago pfafonn I tthRt the fret of enllftment sad senlee shall bl tklenual conellllhckln eI beteore eatliUnent And Mr Bryan In his letter of nc eepranee tR ctarrs that 0 Mbrrnl PolllYII gavelRIs rn I field wbleh dtpendx upon a cltlsen soldiery IIMlcocul of n large iitsiidiag II 1tlfIJ Si krindreke I iMiintlfiil provUJorv for thofp w h thr hour of danger and tit great Rrt t flee of badness health and life tteni Nountry1iptni 1 l aloe laws shallI I be generouslyt roni sfriicd In the spirit which prolnp 11sI not search out ntrather Henry C 1 livens to be his pension pommNiloner POINTS AND OPINIONS It Is iiHelcKs for Li Hung Ch to beg for the good offices of country They nre nil In the r republicans who wore never give up1 anything but campaign r 1 Denver Post In his ttpecch before the SIN tin nt Icy Commereliil club In Chicago Mr Hnnna said there ore no trusts What will the poor fellows do who I I been licensing time democrats of ho nutywith having lIedl = DubiKjie llcral MeKlnley Roosevelt nail hum on lugIHthey the flame lugntndelelmPIsylvanin They may prove like the fellow who belittled the deluge when 1 It set in nail sold It was ii hiIobowcrLouIJilUe SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY The tonic qualities of sen stir lire due to a third of u grain of salt to the cubit yard and a tract of Iodine It II stated that U machine is be Ing placed In Kostern worsted nulls which displaces about onehalf of the wool totters a chits of workers who possess considerable skill theIhStates having mode IM81J barrels of flour In one week which eclipses all records except those of the Mlnneapo Us mill The Increase In shipments of coal from the United States to Europe shows plainly that the market abroad ex tsts but until better facilities for trans portatlon have been provided the bUll ness Is not apt to assume extensive proportions The German biologist Haeokel In tends going to Java to study certain fossil remains the discovery of which has greatly Interested him The fos all bones are said tto approach more ontu thing heretofore known According to the Sanitary Retard meats frozen and kept In coW storage for long periods do not undergo or ganle changes In the ordinary sense but they eertalnly do deteriorate In some intangible way After a certain time frozen meat tones some llfeprln dple essential to Its aourUhlu qual fly Stone Sales tel Slt8N1t Inventor teas hit upon a method of putting stoM ersetae on beet sad sheet lie mixes it waterproof glue with a suitable quart tit of clean quartz sand sail spreads It over the leather sole usedl aa a foundation These quartz salts are said to ta very flexible and to give Ik foot a firm held even on the most slip pery surface The width ef a flai4i of UgbttilNg kai been moored by Mr Urerge Rum ker ef the Hamburg ebwrvatory A paeuwniitk was Mourn last Awgnvt ofIIattJHoatnera okjootlv was peialliU to eal dioekargssh fifthtI shownlaMain1 d1 obarf are attsIhtd to the stroap gale that was WO ++ lag Ute jibe noHwiM oppraring like a silk ribbon with shreds lloallog In the wind THE ART OF ENTERTAINING A Pew Iolnu roar the Cul Innci at Hails null local In toilet Ilnlrrlalnlua The hearse Itself may lIN helpful In WelItoNkIsent1 tort and weJoowo our friends la rooms writOMorr111JlolIIO aboutthereakfast It is rnrlounsry to give tt1Ior oeffm rolls sad fnMt sent to their oooms or of joining the family guestAllunder her roof earl ahuuHl rwolvo ClfJIIIII oaNelderntlon lfeatIeI forHue1 omitbarrgaantthnhoHwhohl JlOHtenOHI noesit shows no look of cordiality to refraln from urging friends to extend ntheir visit They probably have other IirfonHint plattR nail a hestews may bo funolosthatI llxperleneed onttttulnprs rocotic generallyspoNllwomen enjoy Itch others Mdoty meet at lunuheon ImwInHIM ot lest than fIve nor more than 15 mlnuteH should be allowed for all to umcmble feelthatto the pleasure ot the entertainrnvnt and onferredn personal gratification up on the hosts grnllflettltonin upHI good breeding nntlalnperltiimtiy ure the otthlhas been accepted withdpleaiinreneasilyIInolyVerminlrsengrl cultural pursuits has been nnagPhethisI tillagesrcrcnnI partuwmtern pressure of bpra rots to the sue rounding villages where Itwill be used for driving agricultural machines havebigepeeatedrd11nNlnrnxl HellunrrniililiiR IIcrvlcehiliPumpliarschtnblUhed bet ofKw HV j ne light1roduecllrrotj just nN the sunlight Is used oriliuary hcllogrllllhlng 1 rte 1 I A Or NOTES FROMWASHINGT- Fresh Facts Concerning the Tide o Events in the Political Arena SCALY TRICKS OF REPUBLICAN LEAOE- RUrfnar Truaxaf liy anon ItrnrliniKD IlnltlxK Jtlnrvluir AViirUiiirti MiiKlnlrr Mttklncr Itruily for Ilumlrr The l Iillliilii Vnr soe Our flptelal Cerrexiwndenoe There IU merry vnr In the ropnb luvui rnnkfc aver llnitna Chicago pn ih in which liu wool lie did nut Jiuow of way trusts In Inillnun tin republican fenr tut this wild Matwiirnt haa lout tLtiu tliuir Ihim dARt of wiceea Gut Mount onl prltlelM Hitnnci lint the mlfchlrf U done Jlaniin now Iniiifly explains that he 11clI tracts In u trchtiUHl stiwc Tlmt tltta not brttrr hi ionltlon tKmtno in that iipeiHh be fulled in my n wordl l wli ifh Indicator tliftt he knew of any fort of a comblitntlon hurtful to ihr 1iupk lie lalkil to InnliKto that be or bU jwrty ward In fOr of re i ruining trusts or ooni1jlnntl M ef miy xorJ The mina belt of Ittdlfmn bM iiJrer KIl eltceislly from trusts And tbe men who hove ln en rrnUerod lilla fcy them urc fiirion Hi llNiinnM wlftah Indlf frrt tire to ikrtr troubles Itljjbt eN the hrete of Hasans fine co coma n emtipl ii report jinfparwl for the rrpiiuHemw by Carroll n Vrlrht of the btironu of labor ta unties vlHeh HMUineti to skew t11- nlruata t tar bIr wtigeft and cmptoy tare Mklllml men titan did the top unite Industries He talMH U tfleeted tnwts Very rmrefully MclectHl lite BiattUard OilI and coal combine for Is antI orei omitted If there U net aunh thing nn trusts why thin dcfcnfto frets CorrollI n WrlKhtMII bureau of tjlxjr Rtnttetle like the Industrial oommlMlan mid every nthtr eoverviMentnl bureau Is bring prrHftcd Into urnfee by the aAinlnln 1 tratlon Statistic are innnuf cturidt to order to prow anything that the tf republicans deilrc It IK not iifcmfory to shots theI fluwK in Wright MntlRtlaM thoMph there are plenty of tlllmfIlet every warklngmnn judge for hlnuelf If litf I working for n trust U he get ting higher wage than boforn the I heIowner the Inormiiied ooM of living lied the strike of 130000 coal miner ngclHBt one of the greatest trust on tank flnMver Carroll Wright These fret are striking for living wngew Iliey do not aspire to proiporlty or tin full dinner pall LH the pnrurie of ImMttorilft of obi dren from the coal minus of IVnnuyl viiua answer tile repiibl loan conHm ln n about the bleMingK svliJoh truit bring to workingmen No man puts his eightyearold child into n cool mine to work un lrra forced to do so by the tarntLC n wages pall to himel- flit the reduptlon of vngcn tnndc to tIll fiOJMX employe of the steel and ir n trniiU annwer Carroll 11rlghts Ii t IIUOIoThtlIt have born Idle since June O lo ikwl mist while their tniKt em I oyen dcoWeil whether or not they vnuld pay fair wnjcn sow saving been ntnrvctl Into hiib 1n knion the men are Invited to go lark to work at a rednotlon They nri glnil to go In order to live butt et are not going to vote for the Forty whirl puts Into the hand of fI triiKt tile power to ntnrve them 1110 anhiakshmrtllurr Strike The OM l mlNer strike IB likely tc l r n long steel bitter one The trlt K rvoMrrd Kuorpc for years R1- I1ijt d the ehtpeHt labor tlmt tin ihi bo had thtjrv under the h- nlaIoIII that It would IIlmUcQ low viii 8 tII bnd condition more meek 1ly than the independant American rkmnn The foreign workmen were triitable enough until they fnnnd that they were starved wore than rat or dumb beasts of burden Now lluj hnee oome to till oonolufilon that thij inojr us well starve Idle OK work titiir Their halite of pnmlve llIalureI n if wilt keoji theta out on strike I 1fLr than tilt Amerleiin Tliu the rout operators are ronplng a harvest ttiell they dM rvi d but did not ex wrt The mlinlnlHInitlon Ilre1I ins btenI howling about thi dnnjjer Of vlqlence and l bloodshed frou ithe first day of tot miners nrll It seemed to know what wits going to hnnpen Sure rnougli whon same miners begun to throw Ktoncsn lot of IMnkerlon men Mint into n crowd Imllncrlmlnutoly dud thou tho mllltln wax Milled put How convenient for tho cool oleruItrH to hnve a republican governor and 1J00 mllltln at their beck anti call No wonder thu trust refused arbitration Last Sunday the militia dcxreratcd the tiny by pnradtng In tho mining village with latling guns Not that the miners were disorderly Oh no but to show them what they may ex pect In the next two or three weeks It IIn to be lioped lint Violence nnd bloodshed may be avoided but this baiting of starving men Iis paving the aol something worse than j lloinectenil orHnzkion I JA Cliii 7H ekJlojyn The ndnilnlMtrnfioijf lids executed T rather clumsy butktlown on the Chi I q J peso lilt untlon and tt In purely for campaign purposes Frightened by the popular uproar ngahiBt any further alliance or med dling with foreign jtowem the admin ourfTluty have nut marched out how ever and If they do It will only be to the coast Six warships have Just been or forSI that McKInley propose to be right on the ground When there 1 is any Chinese plunder to Iw had Ho Iis making a dttHpcartc effort to delay matter until lifter election Jn case time republican party IIs successful our standing army wfJIlit once bo Increased to 120000 If neccMnry amid ihi country may ex poet to be plunged Into an expensive mid probably dlmitroiiH war In the orient Illliilno AVnr HUll On The lUIi1non seem detormlncd to give the lie to the rOIl lItc prcdlutton of Ihlllpplne eommlMtlon No 2 whleh reported lt wok that the iliac ruction was prnetltslly over and list the time vas now ripe for the giving out of railroad franchise The Flllpttio have definitely anti de liberately refused the profferei HIM Healy They were never In flatter dondltton to curry on war The ennoble 1m broken out afresh In nil of the IB Undc where our troop are stationed Mnnllit halt hi threatened AgulnHldo Iww gone MeKlnley one bettor by his humane treatment of Atncrlcmi prl on ra anal time otTer of n rownril for every American who urrenil rti llnnnnii Sinn Ulcli Cut DIrk who Ito llnnha right hand man In tho enmNUgn Iis too foxy to take the stump but he has mimic n slieptaeln af hlmm lf by rush- Ing Into print to defend n bud enuse- Congremntnn lantz challenged him to defend tier roars of the republic an majority of time military commit tl8nUntestimonyIIIs lick has no defense of the refusal to print and upend five columns flboHt the democratic minority of time uommlttee and quoting testimony from witnesses whom he coNched on the invesitlgatlonimd who were there to defend their own nets RII ngent of tjme UnHed States government after martial law laid been proclaimed AUOUJl PATTBIISON DEMOCRACY IS FAVORED Voluntary Vale In ClilrnRit hrs llrjun It Iliirnlilv of- H tOO HnlluU Bryan till carry time cUr of Chicago Ills plurality Ila likely to be more than T4Oasvotese or oii fourth frre 4erlhan MoKlnley In 1800 The ChlcxRO American baa nude n great pettof the voters The returvi lure no doubt that the democratic presidential ticket salt sweep the city A revolution of optatan has followed the ilcICJnley administration The foots arc nt hand The figures It IIs believed are pound The veto was taken upon n greater toale with greater care end with the obtervantc of better and mure IntcMI gent methods than ever before em ployed In a tlmlkxr work Kitty cnn viusers carefully chosen and sworn as to the accuracy of their figures reached more than COOCO voters with this inquiry For whom will you vote for presi dent 1 This IIK the result For Bryan 10 ONO for McKInley S043C Total 51 a11o llryon over MoKlnley 102f The estimate of llryans majority Is made by poniparison of this vote with the vote of 11 rvan and McKInley lu this city In 1600 and time estimated oc for the coining election The presi dentin vote of Chicago In 1804 WH di vided between there candidates as fol lows Mol lnley lcIiO741 Hrjan 11IT t Total 345S44 McKluley over Bryan 50304 A convpnrlron of time American bal J lot with the vote af llryan anti McKIn Icy In Chicago in ISOG would Indicate a majority for Bryan over McKInley of 747ta The toted vote of loco In Chicago for all president candidates U estimated nt 37IXW liy compari son with this rrtlmate L vans mnjorlJJ ty over MoKlnley woud flU considerably J over 740C Indeed that prophecy J Is upon n comervntlve baiiis The Amtrlcans ballot IIs of value In connection with the New York Jour nal recent foul of New York The lourmils pop taken from week to week for two months IndIcatEs that NfcKlikeyK plurality of 84CCO In that city In IsDn will be exchanged to n grant plurality of nearly TOCOO votes for llryna Unless nil signs fall the great eenten of popuJatlon In this country will roll up n trumondxntKllifcU wave of votes for Bryan on elocUon J tiny Arc there no trusts Ash the men who used to work In the rolling mills Are there no trusts Ask the men who used to work In the bicycle factories Ate there no truxtn Ask the independent manufacturers or the small merchants or anybody In fact except M A Hnnna Vo trusts indeed The woods are full of trusts nnd every one In n menace to labor limit theres n way to get rid of em anti that way Isnt by voting time reOpublican ticket cither Toledo lice There U no argument that tho IvperiulUlK of the HnmmMcKinley party can bring forward In justifica tion of tJielr course toward the 1 Fill plnoH except the one that has been used by despots from time hum n orlnl In support of their right to rule subject people by fIhe strong arm ticfrnnputvcrlinnsaa L 7 r 2 iC rfiit4a ryeti 7tr HE BASELY D1CEIVID HER i L4r Let Her Think Site Waa Mefarmla Him When lie Had Jitt j BdII Habits to Break So your engagement Is broken said the Weekly girl in gray according to lemonii Yet it IisI replied the girl in brown I frowning at the recollection What was the matter v l ti He basely dtctifcd me answered the in brownIf You see it was this way J fir him one day to promise me that he i never again would smoke cigarettes and heIpromised Then I asked him to re4tn I the use of tobacco in any form and be prom i teed to do that later 1 toll him 1 had a- i horror of anyone who touched liquor and he I agreed never to touch After that I kuq gested that I thought clubs had a lad influ I ence on young men and 1 should expect hint to give them up and he said be would 1 also took up the subject of gambling and made him promise that he would stop play lag cards and hitting on the racel I Well you didnt demand a great deal- of him mind you said the girl Ingrnyl 1lie1 Uroke his promise did he oh nol I could have forgiven that But just wen I was congratulating myself that 1at least had reformed one young man I I found that he didnt require any reforming lie wasnt addicted to a single one of the habits 1 made him promise to break It was a terrible ikuck and I broke the engagement at once There was no longer anything jn it to make it interesting SHE WOULD GET THERE I It Vita None of the Ticket Sellers Values Where She Wast ed to Go lie wai long lean lank and rawboned 1 end he fc nrtled up to the ticket window at the Union passenger station much IIHertthe fathioB of a soared canine when I iroaetxt his matter to receive a weticarned J 1thrashbig1 railing there with a bashful blush gasing Indfteod behind the brass bars says the St Joseph News i Come in come in make yourself at hems was tho encouraging welcome from within lie accepted the invitation andtbrought up against the marble ticket coun ter with more confidence in his face Say thar he said in a half whisper is this the place where you git tickets for the kyarst Ves where do you want to gof lorry up we re rushed Well sir he replied shifting a square inch of plug tobacco from one cheek to the other hey you aU got ennylonid1alllnce tickets inter Kentuck1ttHis case was equaled by that oldIlady with a sunbonnet who said i countJWhat inqrtrcd the oXoto Platte county and its none o your business where 1 m going to visit You sell me the ticket to Platte county and Ill gut there ABtlqaltle of Baseman A north MUtouri editor who first studied bas ball rules while a Sunday school boy enters into tbe following antiquities of the national game The devil was the first coacher Eyestole first Adam stole second When Isaac met Rebecca at the well was walking with a pitcher ampmon cut A good many when he beat the fhejjtines Moses made hit first run when slew the Kpyptians Cain made a base when he killed Abel Abraham made a rifice The prodigal son made a home David was a longdUtance thrower laCejjMares aeaChicago shut out Chronicle the Enptians at the A National Kcpatatloa About a year ago Mrs Henry 0 Silkmau of ilapiewood Pa wrote I have learned of your Lotion the wonderful cure for un lightS eruptions through friend in Pul tone N Y and Kvansville lad and 1 am anxious to procure the articletor friends who I am desirous should use it This invaluable preparation liar beta before the public over fifty years and all who have used yourdruggisthasnt3H 1earf Strut NeW York and receive free pamphlet of testimonials and sample of Lotion or Lotion Soap Her Chief Alarm oj Goodness gracious exclaimed the old gentleman this disturbance In China is ut awful It IIs so agreed the old lady What with all the nativr fighting were just dlat1tulngteaCarter Ink I the best ink that can be made Tt costs fOU no moru than tjoor stud not fit to write with I MAHICRT REPORT Cincinnati Oct 1 CATTLECommon 41 00 3 75 Extra butchers 4 80 a 5 00 CALVKS Extra 0 00 HOGS Choice packers 5 30 5 35 Mixed packer 5 00 11 5 20- SHKKP Choice 2 75 3 30 IAMUSExtras a 4 75 FLOUU Spring pat 4 00 4 40 isyCORNOATS No 2 mixed 24- RYENo 2 I 5- 8II11Chi timothy I 14 25 POUlv Mess ffiia 05 LARDSteam 67JOI3UTTERCh dairy qt I5 23YaAIPIi POTATOES Per brit 1 13 1 25 TOBACCO Now 0 00 Hi 7 05 Old 12 75 n10O0 CIIICAOO FLOUR Win patent 3 90 4 1- 011111ArNb 2 red 77 78 No 3 JlllrlllgH 71 Gj 7- 8CUINu 2 30y SJ 40 31faItYISlylOHltIRLAUD Steam 7 10 7 20 ttiiVf YOR- KILOUR11lu patent 3 70 it 400 62ysCORNNo4634OATSo2iyJtYB07yl01UHALTIMOHE 75VSonthernCOUX No 2 mixedI 40 Xo 2 mixed S1srU 5y CATTLK Uutchera 5 OUt 5 25 HOGS Western 40 020 I 0 25 INDIANAPOLIS WIIKAT Xo 2 reda 70 14OATSLOUISVILLE FLOUR Win patent 4 00 JO 4 80 WHEAT Xo a red 74 I 75 COUX Mixed Q 44 OATS Mixed 3 roRKMelia 13 00 AnDS am fijJ 7 25t L 1iIMA T1Ierth a 1liblblts large exblbh 1rlIIlM I I phiveveryi butnofamousAmerica Bitterntndigestloncsn usneiaitomplalni luranfJhat when honestly used a cure will entireItemIII I 1IIN 8i clay 18 AJrU omer t llectinf cavalry mounts gInartilleiyaddmy Ipttialt to 0JdJfI warhorset 1 1 TIte Itsl frmrrltillon for ClillU TrpLtsCnIIATcrk I ot0cITIle timid suiter had finally stated his case lookingatport a fs Great manhakeandTimuTo InOne t t f DnrTnkLanyro I AUdPlessitlr Locating the Distress yourren allbutj NmaIndianapais i I do not believe Pisos Cure for Consump coldsh10005 t i The Onlr Complaint ii What kind of a dinwte have yen here Its foe answered the reildent The only trevb is that the weather gets dllIstd quite too soon The summtrs are too wort to produce bananas and pine i applef old the winters arent llong enough- to I raiser plat bearSt Lout GiotieI Democrat I i paleJJonfykoflfonbound Pikes Tolhiche Drops Cttreia one minute ji hatthattothe Very Bad Combine Isthatot jSprainjI Itt t A Very Black Bruise Itoftrn happens but lust as often 51 Jacobs OilI makes a clean sure promp cureotbothiMd l tfelMNeerYorkThelatcetthird halfmillion edition and is numbered Itispaperthener equal ir not superior to the belt map ernes lime pages have a red line around tlmessand the book to bound in a greyblue forlibrariesI i a large number of American libraries who wanted tbe Message in a permanent bind ing This edition contains in addition to Mr Hubbarda admirable preachment a short sketch with a portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Andrew S Rowan the man wbo abortIlkr l1ubbordJthe wrote A Message to Garcia It alto contains eight pages of extracts from the press and comments from well koowneciucattr clergymen professional men and many largo employers of mien the Message itself a sketch of the Cuban Eductional Association and a sketch on Hervard Americanism and tbe Cuban teach ers A limited number of copies orUA Message maybefullyfany globe or it will be sent in packages of 100 each on receipt of 50 cents for each 100 by Oeorge II Danie1s General Passenger Agent New York Central Hudson River Kailrcad Grand Central Station New York donJdilugreepeople think alike they are said to agree Now you can guess what disagree means Tommy Oh yell thats when only one people think aike Philadelphia Press Ptrnuu FADELESS DYes do not stain the dnagIT- It very often happens that a mans com boni day at a county fairAtchison IIInll Catarrltunrv- i 6 a Constitutional Cure Trice 75c 00A great big overgrown book agent al IOmethinIIAll the Kentuckybelle hew Kismc Gum They like it iOne of the finear isloony an unwelcome thing acceptably Boston Watcbfoaa ner- II Ia o115-II WIJ J3I erJa TA 1 wr our 0600 and wae mtiott compared with etbrr nakcU8SUe- JoI We0 we an the rotten ens rtuIUri of mOO n4 1 JJO iboa dI3sobett twotW XttablUhed la lartt i I u I TIIR KHANOV more W L Donfflai S3 ant I flrii I THE THEAmain 11 4 IUMudlfCI J1BEST BESTabet I I I torn md shot They vial out I A O Cnvt two rei of othrr ncknUl u ntataYoa tae abat Mftlr meatIUOU I theySHOE dubrjf jYour dctlr bonM keep then t we give one tzrlniiTt wlI In etch town J- LDourtuiteee + HrcurdnlTvlllcetrttihnn for 7011114 dlmt la f ctarr enrInt price and lit stn for nrrlK f Iinorertoeeutwswtllnehynesywtn i I I W IIr DOUGLAS SHOE CI IreoUoR Maw i I I- nremmns or TIllS Ptren- o DKSIltlNU TO BUY ANYTHING ADVHKTI8KD IN ITS COLUMNS P11OULI INSIST UTON HAVING + WHAT THKY ASK foil IIKFUSIVO ALL HLUSTITVTKS OK IMITATIONS I I i CENT Pr Sq o Ft Including e1Ir the bei Red Rope fJuRooming samplee feesran 111 liMUa KOOHMI CU1I4XT tanbaa J L SiO FOR Beet UOOCD 0yrupcod Use In time tom br drn l- etA GOJN SUMPTlON N KK 1833u teat In thli puper u lute SIorte w sJI U One reason why travelers to Texas go via the Cotton Belt is that the Cotton Belt lS from 25 to 100 miles shorter than other routes This saving in distance makes a corresponding saving in time These trains carry Pnllmu Sleepers at night Parlor Cafe Carl ReellnlntCbairCarsbothaa1countryWrite yon are eolne and when you will loans sad wo will Mil you what p nr ticket will tote and what train to take to make the but time and connections We will also send you aa Intenxtlne little book A Trip to Toss JlVJtyJ aroJ stasI10 I jplease no 10M IIfII row AreYourBowels 4 1 theEI Then Lets see yoUr tongue Because bad tongue and badIhr bowels go together Regulate l tongueIway to keep and look You cant wellIiIi 7 healthy and regular with purges i or birdshot pills They move you with awful gripes then youre worse than ever r Now x what you want is Cascarets Go and get them todayCascarctsin metal i with the longtailed C on the lidcost JOe Be sure you get the genuine Cascarets boxttnever sold in bulk Take one I Eat it like candy and it will work gentlywhile sleep it cures that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels gives them new life Then they act regularly and naturally Thats what you want Its guaranteed to be found in THE IIDEAL LAXATIVE t Get the ecmine Ifjau lint rrsu tsl Tablet 1 marked CCC Cascarets are never sold In bulk fatIba o iitrace nl alwnuryn she flihbmatt til bAeidle 131sttilled C Look O hoc ALL 25c SOcDRUGGISTSI qty1 fjjN n7ReaalalsoaI To any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles find tee peer to buy CASCARETS we will send a box freeiI JltTerd10 bulk f It f1 L w h to t ptI M r 1 1 Building MaterialI jI ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM it sB E t J Doors nut Windows Shingles o tI iI Lime and Cement tii t 1 1Buildersi Hardware I Painta OILS etc i ESTIMATES JCHEERFULLY t FUHMSIIFJ j FEED STUFFS V f jj Hay Oat Corn Bran etc I J etcII j L P W S ttI w c RDIIAITAT OF TUB EMIIIIE Written for the Jebnilcwu Pa tttmMrat by tli p Laureate I We long to haft and luaogto H lor mn And strew theirrpea KM and run rieb1 GilllwiTbwII gWTbsol dOJIIl In pineWhat pUpplayOhJ IV rotehn I m sa go up in lowko 11ProdLord roIliorl IiaytitV It CIOaalt to Lund It our iIIkrsl will That all ilioold go to heaven whom we kill parrdTheI enpreprt4itheoAnd watt bit sons into eternity slayWI1 1 VI mlgbtThererlebllTIleThen Itt DI bear no more of right or wrung strongWLet bar annle bab the earth a1f1 away I ui ni par M Te nIrlIHrg Fulton Leader wA dastardly attempt was made Thursday night to burn Pryorsburg Graves county Tho incendiaries went to G C Wilsons store which Is directly in the center of tho town and pouring oil all osea the floor set lire to It Dr Rozaelwho was returning from a call discovered tho blaze and by dint of hard work tho Barnes wero finally sub dued and tho purpose of the marauder thwarted If the Wilson store had burn ea it is claimed tho lire would hare been communicated to every building in U the village and it would have been wiped I out A Letter to tbe Candidate We are permitted to give a copy of a letter received by n Georgia candidate tiDearSir an Freii Heorin that you If were iu the Ilaice for ofIls I want to know if you would care fur the votes of I thatIan iutellergent vote it 1 does say it Myself It is a vote that can reed rite an count If yon wants that voat let me know If you dont want that voat I know who does s7th Ky Confed Re Union MAYPIKLD KtSept 28 1COO ij To Thomas Dillon Sr Commander of I Camp Jo Ward Hickman United If Confederate Veterans cnmpOharlestho various camps composing the 7th Ky Reg of tho United Confederate Veterans to meet in annual business and social reunion with said camp Charles Wickliffe on the lakes near Wickliffe Ky of which invitation the various uotiC response n desire to accept said invitation It is therefore ordered that the Com manders respectively of the several camps composing the said 7th Ky Reg of U C V assemble their respective camps to meet with said camp Charles Wicklilfo in annual business and social reunion on tho lakes above indicated on Wcdnescay and Thursday tho 24th and 25th of Oct moo with all necessary forage rations and other equipments for outingTho aro request ed to invito friends and all excontedor utes not identified with said Regiment to moot with us on said occasion H 8 HALE Col Com R A imOWDER Scrgt Maj 10 r Cheap Rates to SI Louis Mo and Return Via MO Illt Account St Louis Exposition and Fair Agents of tho Mobile Ohio R R Wickliffe Ky to Jackson Teun will sell tickets to St Louis Mo and rc torn ou Monday Sept 17 and on each Mouday and Thursday thereafter until Oct 1000 inclusive at rote of ono fare tickets limited for return passage five days from date ot sale And on account of the St Louis Fair Agents of tho M I StIj rate of one faro tickets limited return I lug to Oct 81 1000 for further informa tion apply to any agent of the above road or to I 0 M BHEPAHD U P A Mobile Ala m J c r 1 THE ISSUES OF THE 1 STATE CA PAIGN WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE J Voters of Fultom CountytjI r AT THE i jfi tfI sc CITY HALL 1 Hickman Kentucky I t I I 1l1Jldl tiiitVJ I VI J 0 = J 1 J3th AT 2 OCLOCK BYJj Judge Jas PL Tarvin OF COVINGTON KY 1f1 Ladies are especially invitee to be present DONT IUNOKE ILI4UOIfiI It will bo well for persons who desire a reasonable basis for the calculation of party chances in Illinois to keep an at tentive eye upon tho campaign being made in that state by Samuel Aschuler tho Democratic candidate for Governor significanceInyoung GermanAmerican is being ro ceived throughout his State Tho en thusiasm Iis not limited to partisan Dem ocrats It is shared by ninny who voted tho Republican ticket four years ago It is shared by many Illinoisans who are wearied to tho bono by Tanncrism and Cullomisui It is especially felt by Ger manAmericans who recognize Mr AB chular as tho coiwistant representative of tho soundest GermanAmerican senti ment on the issue of imperialism horse JMine Barber In tho new Lacledo Hotel whore canII readytoI keen razors Well try youJILlt Ivr m u QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUB II Frirmersr aad Mchit rk I o nt lie clou uf iuineri on the 30lh tiny of 8ept uiber1900- REsoURUEd Loans and iliBCoinils lees loans to DlreciOM 1810469L- OIHH lo Uireeiars offices not 67305OrerC06Due17804JJ7Uinking 360217Currency 069102OtherKxienie i tact Quarter 01476 178457 40 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In coati H00000 Surplus Fund 120000 Undivided Jrofii 881 87 IrpOllt Piilijrci to check an which Intoritsl Iiv not pall4090Du-eNational clanks 167800 7845740 Slate of Kentucky Qtunly of Fulton a a J A Thompson Cashier of Farmm and Merchants Hank a flank loonteil end doing hiislneni nt No Clinton ntreel in the town of Illckmnn In sail coiinly be Ing duly sworn aeye that Ihe foregoing Report U in till rrnpeclH a true statement of ibe condition of the naiil Hunk nt the close of buNlnem on the 30thIial of Sept 1900 KI theI best of bli koowleilite and belief nail further sets but lb buslneiri of milJ nuk has Imeu traullan ed at Ibe locnllon namedl Hinl not elsewhere nnd hat the above report U mad in coiiipjnnr with nn oKioial notice re calved from the Reoruiitrjr of Slat desig noting the 30lb day of Sept 1000 an tbeI dny on which imcli report chill be uinde J AUOII OIl C kliltr Subscribed and nwnru lo before nit by J A TbniupHon the 21 dry of Oc 1000- A W LINIWAT Notary Iuhliq- R MI ISLKR II DUCIUHAN jUlrecloM 0 1D TIIREIKRTD T 1Li V BHT STABLE OPPOSITE R It DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prcfcr First class turnouts buggies rots carriages safe teams f e O rjM mere served with courtesy and IlOlitNmy Patronage solicited Tulepho 10 DR S K DAYLDS N DE1tisttUIO- KMAN KENTttOKY Once over Oowglll Cq gills1- I Drug 8tnrp IrmEL I jtturcu8u- ec i or to Win DlwulLrinb orALE IN t Fancy tjlrocorics and Provisions KBN1UKYI aIi Tolopliono Store No 91 RPH VIlleforn Deciilliii on Your Snnmrr Trip Look up rates routes nUll train Her vice via the Mobile id Ohio iH R to Waukeslm Wls Niagara+ alls N Y PutinBtty Ohio Deuvtr Pnlo and Colorado Kpriiifjs Col Mjciiinao Is laud Mich Chicago III st 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