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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- l I L I11 lt4 s v t f 4 4 lin E 1c1iN COURIER=r OLDEST NEWSPAPER INL STERN KENTUCKY1 j 1 IL nrJi l4mI 1859 HICKM AN FULTON COUSSgfiKY OCT 19 1900 VOL XXXV NO 47 n n v TilE LEVEE FroniJHtokmau to Ft Pillow 1 4Irom LnVn Co Prrw J inttnohingnllia Kittipnt Rtvir and tho Bluff east of KwlffloC Lnku from the S ato Lino dil vising TuunGiucc and jfcutnqky to obtnn diver ami north of Obion river lo Iviku County Aloo the formation of nUll comity w uth of tho Oblou Rlvur to lt Pillow IfI tho t 11 nt without reducing Ihtitiustitu iniiiHl HinilH of Dyer rind Imimordulo KMiiti If too small will ndvocato COsIIutlluidinscttaeItI Th rw in no qutMttnn about tlit+ in riMitr I juitlco ot pnttlnK all till low land i her in some way hy which lOOOoiJ I N or laud auf bo developed nud till value tit nul from onn to ton dollar to twuiity to fifty dollnra wr oars in M f fevruni hy Inrylngu tux that will ii r xfiKMl onu to two dollarx pur sere in build n luvoe tutu Hickinan Ky to Kort Pillow The iomfort ronvumcnco I health aiidrttvcnnct tIn too grunt to nv maIn in UK prunont condition much 10liRI r and tho agitation Khonld bo nturktl lit enoo Wu nro Alfof tho opinion that 11 Rapid lru nil It Klectriw Railway or some other railroad idiould bo built from Tlptouvillo to Obion through till Muth part of Oblon county and If HO it eOPlcIlvtng30 nubs front Union City to bu ntUclt 4 tit to Lake oouuty with n xpcclal court 4 ut Ohion if tho pcoplo In that locality Moslrt till ohnnui 4 r L DIKDINMAIL Tho following gpcflial trout Union City nppoarud In Moudnyn American Friday there heel In tim county jail nt thin place n mail who according to 1tulZfie opluiun geuunally should hnve- troop nUnlHl 10 il part hit ltfo in tllo- lIOoJli of Lis rllllllb who Iivu to the lower part of tho county near Wilson villo About two months ago according to tho Sheriff Htutcmunt John Wagoner bturUd to Oblnn to gut IL half gnllon of parej11 lilm to bring him n half gallon of hltkey which Wai done nnd ho paid Wug I nnnr for it Thou this inau Imd WIItojiur jbdlctMl for illegal mlling of WI koy aliitt wa sr Aran tcl add lalgunl n Qt tICJa r wiup tr Ant Of iiU Own puo tIt earricdrrnlI n colHn pad hod tlio rmnuimi 1 to 1114 fatally which CUIINUU of and thrtw children WliMi the miium arrival at homo Mr Wagoner waH it itfoullcl acting the good Samaritan bv sat with tho corjMO of a neighbor f And thus ullutlwr MUll chapter of lifo In endtd f IIPTTEK TKIili TIIK TRUTH R t TJuTAVnshtiigton fiat U entirely right IIn lUrtltalunition that Wore iis no iow- anf in wlUisr inomk or political expo dliway why the mlmiiitatmtiun should I lpenriat in Its tTortx to doeelvo and min Lad the Ainaruwu pmtle with regard to tfco oandltloii uf Hllnlra In tho Philip plnoB It in not Huooemllng and thldjj lIMIt IH worse Ulan If the whole truth woro oolifudBod Tho report of the Phil Ipjiino ComHillon WItH flatly Mmtr lift I od hy AtwooiHttMl PreM dlmniliih friin I Mutilln whioli ajitHMirod in tho wham pn pure nlonipklft of it mat since thin MUllII wrao rojxirlM hate boon recoivod The o1llInlnnUon lists Till the whilo In liltI tone of pertel + Uy wull known rmtH tar1- 3tMetl In giving out ioriux to tho HlWt Unit UIB war in pmcttaally over nnd tIll InlnmlM nro Wing rapidly Hicillixl1 IIIldI NocomiMinying tuuMt or following on their tens arc reitortn of PUKugoiiionlH m wlilolt tile AmerioHii troojn IfrIi I loB nnd whinh show a high degree of iiMlirgent nutlvlty and organization Thaw OOHIP from AlnoArthur and other gonynil4 in Umllld and urn ronolUKivo M tlio fnolM Thoro would bo n hlillI hnntornlrthwohtdwblvh the Whit Jloum and the War IuNirUnunt furnish Lisa Ipeople fouled anybody or sulnwrvod any good purpose but tiny JS nnitbor nnd thus fur rill son IIt wore liettor if tu Mhnplo truth clout tits situation rntwPhUlJllllnc J Jwore told Ml 8UCO per day for man laid team is- 1stidf by the contractor on the Ilickuian and Tiptonvillo luvue in Lnko County t Tire Fulton County Dum Commit too has been willed to moot on Oct 25 G in Fulton to uonflldor a oall for primary nictation or convention to nominato cOlin l ty unndldiitciH for nuxt year says tho juuLlorjthat work haw actually commonuod on tho Tunncwwoo i orUon of tau Illckman Tiptonvillo Levee Tin work ft miloi is expected to bo com plutocl by Jan 17th It is not expected f pllrfJ homu lagging as to the Kontuoky part both iw lo subscriptions matt tho right of way tho outcomo of which is unour tain A Hixtocnth child has just boon born to ono onthiiHluHtic Dcmocrotlo mother In Missouri In roply lo u luttor to Air Bryan asking for a naino for tho young titer Mrs Bryan wrote that liar husband was vastly Interested in tho circumstance of sixteen children to ono mother stud that after talking It ovnr they had con ducted to recommend tho namo of Thus Jeirornon Tho paruntn have muted tilt hoy accordingly r Mtmwmmmmmmmmm i THE October 4 i CRUSH Jj J1 iIIiiiitlllll11 n1 till ef IS UPON Im I You arW et Y e v t Jit y II TIih3 ENCOURAOEMKNT evidenced by the tremendous = k dally Crush in our Stores since the cold wave coma In extremely gratifying to Us + This vcclt wo have to utter you striking values In r E Jackets andCapes AtfJ r k 8 ixnd 150 r Both Cloth rind PlusIttCar huttofuily trimmed = In andbralds Tlici Htylo in thrftogarmcntfl wit+ ulonish you when you HCtImm i Atj= 8400 bvRcalhandsomo Plush Copes lbedecked with Bead terredAppliiiuoCaad Furs comfortable and dressy lblcl4 UIt 700 Cape fI A e 4vq5OO nil 1 750 t qty i- e L heaver nnd Melton DnckcUC Wo have the cheap = er kinds hut tht40 twOj values nre really extra = ordary looks Ilko they out to bring more f or money r t = roadies Skirts 0Stnekll of themMo9ks oilluo too Style vn c fioty quality Vnluu thats1 what wo have to offer r In SkirtH t JUT i rATateliless Millinery + has been on exhibition several days and orders have been placed thick and fastthe very highest ono of compliment for that Department 4 Childrens Millinery nods are given especial at tention hero 4 5f COTTON iU higher than for 12 years but wo sell IE Iionty Brownyanhyride nnTFMTIC ntJ Kn 4 UAL1CIkLYaaoy Prsg Sjtytaytt ie Fleeced Cocheco Cloth88 o 10rSilk and Wool Dnsw Mnttelase and Satin rsrBerbersin Brocaded ctrccUr Paris Plaids shunsr lIomojj 11111111114111111111111111111111111111 AAA COME AND GUESS l t = 200 in GOLD E r Given to Cash Purchasers E OCT 6 TO DEC 31 L V r 4I it firJ =thing Room = 0 Sf jjQuality iis our test of cheapness In I fur iioap Clothing do not lose nigh t of tin luot that the true test of =CheapnessQunlity 1 4w- pp Inouro Clothing you will find j quali 4ty yokedI 1 1Ibottom pricesc4 iii Both Mens and Boys neat Worsted Checks 4Black Clays and heavy Woolen 8mta 100 4t L IBoth Mebs and Boys strictly Woolen heavy Oas J oJ1i fiincrcs nad ChevioU in Black Gray aad uear rr f 5 nobby Chocks and Stripes in Worsted Suits t S Suits OilIcns aad weaves to surprise you Bean j line ia West Kentucky many of xI 1250 elsewhere 4QQ and 1800 Suits aro in Black Granites and special Worsted weaves nnd are triumphs m tailoring A iMY ll to i1 years two and three peice Salts Two Dollar values at flro =Three Dollar values at 2G0- t Five Dollar Values nt400 and 450 4I the Bost title ShIrts or Drawers Jlul VealI f Many stylJJ nail kindsbut one qual ity that the best in town Also have Silk tleeced goods tl to 150 Most comfortable Un derwear made Ar venrAll new things In lmpertala Bat Wing and Bows Polka Dot Wiadsora ix 6Mitk kk1i Rubber Heelsnd- noveriilp y solelw tkeThoigeititii tfrmJI1fdW IIadelllcosts you 8100 Wo con show many oltIvalues in Douglass nnd Peters Box Calf VicipA and Patent Leather Shoes In tact or i CLOTHING ROOM Is a complete Mens Outfitter vCome and see us gym 4+p I 4PtQc W S ElllSOH +1 BEANSLSz GUESS ON THE JAR OF moo uiiid1 u1 uuuuu1 1 1 11uiuuuuu1 1 uiiuiuiuiuu uuiiuuuu1 1 1uiuai uuu1 uiuuiui1 rNS Nr N NN N N MNlN NMNMNNNNN I IEAI Jr- Ii A Ma sel1lwer iret11e c1 II QlsJJLIII I I If II I ANNOUNCING THIS FACT I I S 43 The Place to Obtain K III I I I BARGAINS AND FAIR I I I is DEll1JINGII iI I I I SHAWSDEALERS 1 i I t t i Millinery Ladies Shoes III CLOTHING MENS SHOES I IFurnishing Goods Hardware and Groceries I M B saws SONSII I a h r4 w I vi- t WONT WORK Mark Hannas Latest Scheme Fully Exposed His Figures are Foolish Secretary Walsh Does Some Campaign Figuring Which Shows Bryans Election Sure BRIGHT IEMOCIMTI5 UUTJOOKnCHICAGO Oct15ISenator Ilanaa and tho Republican managers are try ing to stampede tho people said Sena tor Jones Chairman of tho Democratic National Committee tonight in speak ing of tho Republican claims That this is their tactics is clearly shown by the character of their claims They figure that by claiming the earth a bit at a time one doubtful State today and another tomorrow and then transfer ring a certain Democratic State to the doubtful column they can make the people believe things aro coming their way and thus entico tho doubtful rot crs off the fence to their stileiThere would bo jastaa mach setae in our claiming Vermont and Massa t fVchusetts as there k in their claiming of Colorado and Missouri So farad Wyor ti ming is concerned there M a very grave J situation there but I believe we will J get that State In Kansas while it u true the Republicans have seven of the eight Congressmen I believe the State is as safely in tho Eryau COBBIU as it la possible to anchor it Ohio Li in much better shape for as than Indiana is for the Republicans t Hero arc three straws The Calambw i Westboto one of the two moat potoat German papers in the State caawreat yesterday for Bryan While this 1p H c was formerly Democratic fOttr yews ago it supported McKinloy and aafcttii now it has not taken sides In this campaign The declaration of thIS former Attorney General of tho State Mr Mon nett who made a fight while in office- ron the trusts and especially the Stand ard Oil Company for Bryan will kelp us in that State a great deal The third straw is the expoamre ef 1 the way the Republicans are paying fee tho middle of the road Populist ticket Iin Ohio which is bavi verbs 11INo 1 do not care to make any de tailed statement of tke aUaatloa tout = h J wish to my tat it it very s4totee4ocy It + 4 DcmocrntJo Katioaal up a list of States today in which h9 made claim to 280 electoral votes for Bryan giving the Republicans 80 and doubtful 107 votes Ho concedes to McKmley only seven States and they aro Maine Now Hamp shire Rhode Island Vermont Massa chusetts Pennsylvania and Iowa Ills doubtful States are California Connecticut Illinois Michigan Min nesota North Dakota Ohio Oregon Wisconsin and Wyoming LAWS EXACTED find Statement of What the Legisla toro iias Done Frankfort Oct 15As it seems that no general change in election laws can be made this session it may interest everybody to know exactly what has been done by the legislature Only three bills have become laws during this session Ono of these pro vides for opening tho polls at 0 a m instead of 7 This change will enable about 2000 Covington and Newport la borers to vote whereas heretofore they could not do so since they aro employed in Cincinnati and had to go to work be KentuckyIand challengers for candidates in a pri mary election just as they are provided for tho politicalparties in general elec delis Tho other and most important bill passed is House Bill No 10 which will teach tho governor on Tuesday or Wed nesday It provides for the preserva t Ilion of tho bullets for voting in a circle personImakes affidavit that he is a qualified voter unlou some other person makes affidavit that ho Is not qualified in wInd cat rho officers ot olectiou slrU paperIcounty clerics by the secretary of state except that this year the olurk may fur nish it unless ho has received it from secretary or nude twelve days before days beforo the election Thin bill also makes It a folouy punishable by con finement in the penitentiary and for foituro of olllco for any county clerk to refuse to place tho name of any candi tutu on the ballot SKVATOU 1 RYE views tho Republican prospect with alarm He says There are two dangers ahead of us One is tho election of Bryan and the greatest dan ger of this is that no ono thinks there U tiny danger of his being elected I boo liovo Bryan is honest Ho is tho more dangerous for being so Ho has a solid South back of him nnd stands on a platform that reaches out a bribe to every bad man In tho country Dont underestimate his strength He is strong with certain classes of people Wants For Sale For Rent Lost Found to Loan etc inserted in the Courier at rate of 1 cent a word each in sertion Personal mentions free rr 1 11 r I The liickman Couriei GEORGE WAIlKEN Publisher r UICKMAX KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS The cultivation of opium in China i began but 70 years ago There nre about 51753 more men than women In Chicago c Wood and olmrcoal are in greatt demand for fuel in Cuba A beach at Xome GOO feet long hasI yielded 473000 this season A cent changes hands 123000 tinsI In the course of n lifetime e Az ninny as 4001 muscles have beu counted in the body of a moth Chocolate is flavored with vnnlln the only orchid of marketable value More living fish are sold in Berth than u any other market in the vorld It Is proposed at IJlrmlnghani fo Is sue 400000 bonds to build a new sew erage system The Farmers and Traders bank of Atlanta has been incorporated with a capital of 33000 11Inotr1 pump at gallons 4 4coolwater a tiny 1 1 A Chinese rIce merchant of Amoy recently gae 1200 to the Christian I mission in that city In three years the expense of run I ping an Atlantic steamer exceeds the cost of construction Of time total area of the Japanese f empire 147000 square miles hardly J2 per cent Is cultivated At the end of the year 1SOS there 1werrlGOC savings banks in Prussia f i with 8040300 depositors I Xew Orleans rice dealers ore dis I posed to discredit the rumor that a rice trust has been formed About one fourthcof all the agriculturists in Wurtcmberg Germany are cultivators of vineyards The loss through drought in west ern Queensland during the last seven years has been about JC7COOOOO i The greatest number of races et rIby a jockey in one season was It ItYou240 by Fred Arthur In 18 5IGa will attempt to secure the Rogers locomotive works which arc to be moved from Paterson N J 1 It is alleged that flies stick more closely just before a rain In fear ot J being blown awny by sudden winds J The miners of the Yukon district C Alaska employ 5280 men who receive an average wage of SI an hour I In the tropics the heat of the sun 1 lifts threequarters of an inch ot water from the sea every 24 hours I that is 22 feet in a year A large partyof masters and pilots ins left Pittsburgh in a small craft 4ry for a tout of Inspection of the Ohio river as far as Louisville- At San Francisco the board of supervisors I has passel an ordinance re I i during the hours that laundries may be in operation each day Samuel Stevens escaped jail in Chi cago by leaping from his cell win dow to a fire escape on a building across an alley 15 feet wide The omnibus company of Paris has 02 lines and 1500 vehicles performing 25000 journeys a day and capable of transporting 1028000 passengers John Grossmlth lately returned from Klondike will marry Gertrude tiFprley of Philadelphia and will give her a necklace made of gold nug getsIron visiting cards are popular in Germany The name Is printed IIn- rjr i isilver anti forty of the sheets only ti measure onetenth of + n inch in thick j tress1 Cardinal Steinhuber prefect cf the Congregation of the Index has un t hdertaken to revise the condemnation I p k 300kyearsThe I Stouts Mountain branch of the Louisville Nashville railroad in Ala s bama will soon be ready for traffic Tracklaying has begun on the Attalla and Onecnata branch Rotary flight can be given to an arrow like that of 41 rule by using feathers of one wing for the same set of arrows the curve of the wing gig motionQ the Sandwich Islands all the year round therefore It is believed that that country is II more deserving than Japan of the title Flowery Kingdom- A fire insurance company with S1 000000 capital is being organized at Jackson Miss Over 600000 has been subscribed The comapny will begin business about December 1 Count Von Walderee speciallyi prides himself on his fine collection it itofmaps which include most com plete charts of Cliihll and the YangtsoJJ I 1valley compiled by Prussian officer Lelf Erlcksen who led a band of Norsemen on the expedition whIchI resulted iu what is suppofiCd to be the earliest discovery of America IsII to be honored by the Chicago society S that bear hits name A ttutue Is to be erected lIoonJJ Queen Wllhelinina of Holland lmiI i being called an arrant flirt and QI I heartless coquette And all be cause she wants another year or two 1 of maiden meditation fancy ireA horse can live 25 days without I i solid food merely drinking water 17 days without either citing ort- ldrinking and only five days when h- eating11 solid food without drinking The Japanese language In said to contain 6000J words It IB quite im c possible for one man to turn the rntlrc language and a well etlucated Japanese Is familiar with only about u 10009 word5II IL FROM NIGH OFFICES Reactionary Edicts Issued by Chi nese Court Removing Moderates toiff of Ciivrriinirnt l roops From Cantor AVcre ll frnteil II y the Itifiiriiirr Two lliinitrcil of Tinin IlrhiK Killed lAiidoit Oct IGShllC till Chi- nre court arrived lit tine now capital SlanKu stays n special dispatch from Hinnghui IM ted Monday rewctlounry e IIot ivmovlng the moderates from high ohicus havu been iseadshowing Iquperlulnsent The Dally Chronicle has the follow lIng from Vienna None of t4ie pow vrn except France and the United Stator approve the liiiBulan propotml to carry the claims for indemnity against China to time urbltniUon tri bunal at The Vague HongKong Oct 10SlIn Yat Sen according to reports from Cnnton has taken the town of Kin Shoe on East river and is now Investing the prefectornl city of Hul Cliou A force ot imperial troops from Cwnton wits defeated by the refonueru SOO being killed The advice ray also Unit there hi great activity In Canton In prepara lions for dispatching troops to the disturbed district TienTsln Oct 10lime British col umn under Lord Campbell which forms part of the expedition agulimt Iao Ting Fu and is making n detour to the south of the Pao Ting river reached Tu Ilu on tho Grand canal SuntJn 0SIrr Ratow who Kiiccecds Sir Claude MaaDonald an ItrlUwh min ister to China has started for Peking M do Glees the Itnssltin minlKter Is likely to return soon IJerlln Oct 10The Berlin Xeusto Xachrlchtcn says it understands that Germanys anwer to the note of M Delcasse French minister of foreign affairs was dlsputchedl Monday that it is in a friendly tone and that It raises no objection to the principles enunciated by M Uelcasse The paper does not assert that the reply deals with all his propositions A press representative learns that the Chinese minister to Ilussia Yang Yu who visited Emperor Nicholas at Ivadia Sunday strongly appealed for time intercession of the czar in Chinas favor and presented to him u letter from Emperor Kwang Su to gether with documentary evidence feuding to show that the Chinese rul er and court are less to blame for the antiforeign outbreak than the lint span emperor had been led to be lieveA German named IltnmarUk con necfed with the marlnes who were sent to Peking before the Beige of the foreign legations kept an interesting diary which he has since forwarded to Emperor William London Oct lBDr Morrison in the Times Tuesday morning de scribes the occupation of Peking sod the demonstration at tim Forbidden City In connection with the latter Incident he emphasize the ticlfdenlal of Gen Chalice which has not received he say proper recognition The American troops on the 15tlitime correspondent remarks fought their way driving the Chi neso in front of them to time gate way There was then no agreement to hold Gen Chaffee back lIe might have pressed on token the palace nnd hoisled the stars und stripes It would have been n flue prize and time temptation must have been great but Gen Chaffee possibly acting under Mr Conger advice refrained It was a noteworthy net Uerlin Oct lGA dispatch receiv ed here from Slmngliatttays the Brit lab consul vUqfre t warns Kiiropeon women agaiimt homing north from HongKong in time hope of joining their husbands the situation in the Yang The valley being very serious vVas hIngton Oct JOAdjt Gen Corbin has received 4i cablegram from Gen Chaffee at Peking saying that Harry It Shephard Troop M1 6th car airy died at Peking on the Cth Inst from dysentery TlenTsin Oct 11 via Shanghai Oct liOnJy a small escort accom panied Count von Waldenseo and his titan who left for Peking nt 5 oclock thin morning The length of the field marshals stay at tit capital has not been determined hot lie expects to return to TienTsln before cold weather MtK in Possibly he will rake Shanghai his headquarters forth winter as It lis understood that the German do not contemplate ac tive opunilhuui after the winter lIRa begun The rapidI fall of the Pel Ho is causing the allies to redouble their ef forte to rush supplies to Peking Time fourth brigade from India has arrived at Tuku but owing to the gale hUM not been able to land Sir KniHt M Satovv who succeeds Sis Claude M McDonald UH Hritish minister to China hunt arrived at nest ilnAowutter lmprrsr Ir ilrrlck licit r London Oct IGJhl following an iiounccmeiit appeared Sunday in the Court Circular The queen Inns been In some anxiety for n week owing to the uiiKitisfautory nccouiit of health j of Kmpre Frederick Reports now owever are favorable Cnlliolle Indian ItUaloiiH Vlnitn 1 TII Oct J5Ho Father William If Ketchnm of Antlers I1bas been npointrd and will soon take charge of the entire Catholic Indian j of the United State with JientlqtiarttT ut Washington D C f 40 a BROOKLYN VS PITTSBURGH Cam for Worlds Cllinmnl shll and Ioasrualun of n rati Ciiniu noi d lluuda3 Pittsburgh Dli Ort 16 myst season series of boll guisests u llrooklyn mill Pittsburgh fi to worlds ehatnploimhlp and powi mu of a 50U trophy cup was llsrsImr irk In Uiday lit i Vrvw i rr once of 4000 enthusiastic fni Thn series nets made possible fcfl the OhroiilcleTelcgraph of thlsjlitv shortly after Pittsburghs jAsflimi nil stride toward the ponnitnt Jtinth x totter sort of the season nITer liltII beautiful tfophy in the Hhui jt H solid sliver snorts bowl to bo IInllll fur by the lentos rt nIJihllll1ki 111- 1ColIl provided Pittsburgh wig mu of them The team winiith ffibnf games out of time rive Is to iiutqnilt lute poseesslosa of the traputl the gate receipts of the irlfl will bo divided among the ns lltitlioMi team who were slgnutntdo September 15 The first gate was won Ihe ji l lyn with hands down 1 The score was PittalIm Brooklyn 1 Itatterle Wnrt t IIn1I limner McGinnlty and J hurl Umpire Hurst lUll S vnrtwow THE DOMINION Eatrtto They linn Atiniuloiipd the IjItI l i New Whatcora Wash JIIit New wall received here Mijj that tho dominion surveyors wji I hate been lnbtlged In un effort vte the International boundary tine where It pusses through ffii Mt Baker mining district In county have abandonedl th1IItulI and left time country f According to their field set4 the line pusses to miles south eph re it has always been supposed ftj have run while their scientific flbina tlons place the 40th Panltelthuds is the boundary line within i guar ter of a tile of whore It IIM fllysh- earsl uppowcd to have been ivoid the field notes stand n num HT of American mining claim wMll tin- th Cnnadiau side The maUer ydl undoubtedly be made the suiof tweloprnDumts covrrjr Ida Jat Hrrn HiwlrI al I lliralu nome Oct 16At importial arch aeological discovery has jwt bt en made at HOHCO Healo wits were found the famous treasure area which liaron Rothschild presto ii to the louvre In lars It canal of n large edifice befttajing to a jfciml loredecoratedty and In a state of pcfcct ijwcicr ration I Emperor William has offered ijlhe onwer of the property where the din Covers was made a large sum forjhe paintings at the same tiinr re 8Mt lug King Victor Kmiuanucl I to facili tate the purchase I Italian archaeologist arc agitating1 to prevent tls Ueasurr from Irav ilK the country I BEET SUGAR FACTORY One SUrtrd Up at Lyon X T That Will Turn Out BO Tun of taw ltugnr tares 21 lIoan Lyons X Y Oct 10The lamp re State Sugar Qo Monday started up a beet sugar factory here The fac beetsdailyar every 2i hours The plant I run ISO day of 2t hours earn ploying 250 men 1111to It Is the first modern plant in state The plant coat over half a mil lion dollars anti Iis expected to pay the farmers of this section t000 a day for sugar beets It has an sera age of nearly 6000- HEAVY t ROBBERY lire Horatio Unbent Itrlhrd of More Thaw IflOIMM on a Train llrtivrrii Mndrld timid Paris dlllJtI1loheajUHt byMrsvain lat month for Purls going byway of Madrid Mrs Ruben was robbed while on the train between Madrid atul Purl She estimate her loss at mon than 20000 It Is believed that the tlilevc were In pcmon here ntutnllrtstLen e ye Miinlln Washington Oct J601II MacAr departmentJlotdny Athenian have sailed for the Inlted States mod that the traimport Fred JheIlery three ollloei ami 35 men front Sass Francixao Nriinlor Krnnry III Dover Dol Oct 10 Inlttil States Senator Richard K Kenm y rr Dela sriotislyillI typboldfever throughtbestnlequires a Physicians attention The American AVon nllonnjBportllling Charlie McICecver welter weight of IJhiladalphln dcfeatexl Dido PIuTnfy of hbndon In the icth roundn t ri famaranas4ii r r NOO SETTLEMENT YET Strikers Anxiously Awaiting the Answer of the Coal Operators The illness Will Not llrlurn to Work Until Timer llnve lliru- ollll nl to nu No liT the Kxrciitlve HuHril Scmnton Pa Oct 15limo anthra cite Coil miners now on strike after a two days convention lute Saturday afternoon decided to accept the 10 per cent Increase In wtigoa offered by tho mineowner providing they will continue the payment of tine advance until next April nod will abolish time sliding Nonle If the operator cult shirr till proposition unacceptable the minors are willing to arbitrate tho qucntion at Issue They also decided to continue the strike until the opera tors agree to tho conventions propo rtionWllkeebiirre Pa Out 16Time striking minor of the Wyoming val- tryl an noxiously awaiting to hear what answer the operator will make to the demand of the Soninlon con venues Thutt11 is n hopeful feeling among the men that the lJOUCUJllIlO1- ut8ktll for will ins granted but no bushy feel sure of an early nettle Intent non there will be no relief from th present anxiety until some dell hill iiiforinntlon IK received from time eonl mflgnnte In New York If the big Coat carrying companle fall In Hne and eonulude tu accept tit coun ter proposition made by time rumen the liullvldunl oentors will ne iileee and there will lit reniiiiipttatt of operation In n hort time The lotlllllnlt1Into give tint beyond the fact thud tin ten jH r cent Increase In wage offer Ml by time eoniMtiile summit time ago still holds good One openitor wild Monday nights ris otter IIs still open to the strike cm If they wlnh to accept It It UI mints to say however timed the operators will make no agreement with the minors In the first place the opera tort have lost faith In the men since they have quit recently and broken agreements made with their employ era The operators oust have no assure anal unit In WlK e an agreement was entered Into President Mitchell would not come along souse day and declare it offAt strikers headquarters It wits plo1 en out that time men would not return to work until they had len not i Hod to do so by the executive noun of United Mine Workem If time corn panies did not meet the men halt way and accept the decision of the strike convention na final the strike would go on Out of the ofllerr of the United Mine Workers sold the strikers were In good shape yet stud could carry on time battle for fcoino time yet without entailing much auf erlng to the men or their famllleti- Haxlcton Pa Oct 16rime threat rued march of striking mine worker to the Panther Creek valley started from this Motlnn Monday night The objective ohms of the strikers are lam focd in Carbon county and Coal dale In Sohuylklll county Thee towns mire about 20 unties outh of llazlcton Most of the collieries In this sea thou are operated by the Lehlgh Coal- S Navigation Co They have been working all through the strike des pite the efforts of numerous organ hen sent to thut district for the pur pose of Inducing the mm to quit Other points In the Panther Creek valley where plant are still In operation are Nesquehonlng nnd Summit IIlil Shennndoah Pa Oct 10 Advices have reached Gen lobar In com mand of state troops here that a large body of striking miners have left McAdoo file time shier Creek region They expect to reach that valley In time to Intercept the min era on their way to work In the morn ing Gen Gohlir ordered six compan ies of the 4th regiment to leave Mon day night for that valley stud n spue clal train on the Philadelphia tt Head lug railroad to take them to Tama quo which station IIs but s fcv iiiilvj from Coaldale Grim Gobtn went with the troops and assumed personal command The governors troop of cavalry which IK Mtatloncd nt Oneida will leave for time Panther Creek region early Tuesday morning Shamolrln Pa Out 10 Commit tees of United Mine Workers were calling on miters Monday afternoon and evening to warn them to pay no attention to petitions being chess hated by agents of several local carrying companies nuking miners to return to work pending a settlement between the operator coop carrying companies nUll miner The commit tees sire Informing the nun that operators are trying to effect n stain pede among the uses In order to break up thus strike nnd that It Is probable the operator hove decided not to comply wJth time demand of tine Hcrnntoii convention CUllt Slilrliln unit Mm lleeovered Manila Oct 15Calt Uevernux Shields who with 51 men of Company F 20th regiment IT S V infantry was captured by the Insurgent last month in the Island of Mnrlnduque WUH recovered Saturday by the Ameri can rescue force with all the members of his party DeadAleck 11 New Orlcnna Oct 1LAleck liar via for many years New Orleans ng nt of MIC Cromwell line and prob ably time heat known steamship agent Sicrc I1I1 led Sunday morning New Ocean GrvybbBBd 3332000iltpJatlmnt eatabilhedAmong the great remedied lies tetter I Stomach hitters hold the record with its fifty years of cures of constipation Indigestion and biliousness It gels at the root of the diteane and effects a cure The genuine has our Private Revenue Stamp over tho neck of the bottle a Sad Vale of Ancestor lalutloni deeadqahutM gulfAndImdlAlldcndlBoston i Tlie least Prmcrliilloii for Clillln and Fever U a bottle of Guovra TstKii iCUll Toxic Il a Miiiilylronniiiliuliiliiolu alostclesaform Neeurouoimy IrloeOiJ Meant Kvery Word of II 10111IDfwesklr1V1iyI To Cure n Cold In out tiny Talc laxative Ilronio Quinine TnWetx All drw lslamstunlmoneyifitfutlatueurekt es IJaht1mildown the aisle wbtu tlhc a IIItrlctJlla ddnbU Record I HELP FOR WOMEN WHO AHIS ALWAYS TIRED II I do not feel very well1 1 am M tired all time time 1 do not know what U tho matter with inc I You hear these words every tiny t as often as you meet your friends ut M often are thevj words repeated Mora than likely you soak the same signifi youdoWIthoshe suffered for two yearn with bear- lagdown pains hCRtlAche backache and had all klndnof n li erable fcelinpi all of which WnA caused by falling and inflammation of the womb and after doctoring with phynlclnnn and nun er ous medicines slur was entirely cured by Jin EULA flea Lydia Eo PlnkhamSi Vegetable Cam poundIf painsdatingreluctance to go anywhere headache backAche and always tired please so tneintwr that there U au absolute toursufferigIs monumental that Lydia K link hams Vegetable Compound Iis the greatest medicine for Buffering women toother medicine has made the cures that it has and IK other woman baa helped KO many women by direct advice experlencoI getheri S J SSSSS IS s Sudden and Severe atUckiof ii Neuralgia i qlWt to- mauy of us buthowertre badthecaeie atII Jacobs Oil I penetrate trmptly end deeply acothsaa trrsgtkens ekenrrrr snd WIp- t sere cures S A Quirk1rrt let njmckBgoof 1lurnhsrtmshasty JHljron At your Frorers Uix olvo It In a ldut uf tMlflnff water amt let It cool Tim result In n delicious and healthful dtwrrt The tlavor are leniou orange tutttrttrawtH rry pencil wild cberry ami tile nlUvorn calf foot for wine and eoffr jolly All jrroo ni Mil It i r i u i= There is no end of IOld Virginia Cheroots to waste as there is no finished end to N ncut off and throw away When you N- Sr buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for five cents you have more to smoker j and of better quality than you hav- eS when you pay fifteen cents for three S Five Cent cigars Three tundred million Old Virginia Cutroots smoked toil i N yw Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 coatsr arreII uir IIOQlAnOfCAliSt N MEMPHIS r tII I Lt One of the great advantages of going to Texas via the Cotton Belt is that you avoid the annoyances and discomforts of changing cars necessary on other routes The Cotton Belt trains are the only ones that run through from Memphis to Texas without change Thee trains carry Pullman 8leP M at nltht Parlor Oat Can dorm c the day toil Through Ceaabe rod Free UecUalolf Chair Cars both day and nUht Tb aertlce comp ra f Tor Ulr with that of any road In the country Writ and ten n when you an going andwhtn you will Ian and wt tell ron what your tlkt will cost sod what train to take to make the Kit tloie and eonooetlooi W01rut alco null jrou an Interesting list OuokUt p nX Trip to Teau fill LJelISlulwtllgTeu LC tUZTlt1 kTm LLAMtkitLNddilTeis- fLI1ITTTiLGsdallNk L4l TTlTiLtksituwUTen E W LaBEAUMB 0 P asA T A St Louis Mo i a V I 1 y 4 aiL v TEXT OF THE REPLY i United States Agrees With Most of Frances Proposals Agalnttutporlntluti lile Indemnities for Jorrrn menu Corporation Kte Washington Oct 12 Following fa thu reply of the United Stolen govern ment to the recent French note offering nuggestlons us to talc settlement of the trouble In China UnitedStatusreoofniMng us the object to be ob t lnml from tho government of China appropriate reparation for the pest and ftubstnntlal guarantee for the future ilia prortlent is glad to perceive in 1ho burls 6f negotiation put forward In the mainonimlum of October 4 the eplrttUttl has anlmittcd the declara dons heretofore rondo by all the pow era Intrr tel nail would IMS pleased to iee Um nuyoUatfnns begun immo tltalelyI upon the usual verification of iwotientinisIt ounmiitjnt to enumerate t f ciMtoa of Uut memorandum and 1 t bathetlw pnwwat droiiiitMUinco- si TlM punlfihinent of the guilty J MitiM who may be ihwlgnnted by the nprM ittatlve of the powers at Pc kilts t TW Chinese government lion ol rtttly Indicated IIts intention to pun I t1U Hvunbar of thooe responsible for the reent disorders r t ntlvM of the powers at Peking may Ntitfgrat additions to that lint when itfgotlations are untored upon L The coHUnimneo of the interdle than ijpiliiftt Uio importation of inns JIt IIs not understood that this in toftHcHifln in to bo parnuinonU and the tlwftJJon of It ucl the details of 1U rrfrflnUoK wain n proper subject of ihWwwion by Use negotiators 8 KqvlUiblt indomnlUas for the gomtamtit corporation and prl vain ItHllvidunU- TW Iis nn object desired by all the pewvra The ItuMtnn government bna Mqnpwted Umt in two of protracted divOTirewe of view this mutter iHlfhi be commended to the cansld orMton of the International court of nrMl ration of The Hague The prod itmt think JIll suggestion worthy tWitUHiUan of the power 4 Tho orguntailioii in Poking of a ppornMMent guard for Uio legations Tke gBvornmunt of the United StatM te unable to make any perma J J1Qt1 ttgIgufnent of thU nature with kttf milorbClLion of the lugllII tito ifcrnnoihut In the present emer gwiey we have stationed in Peking an udcqtMto legation gnarl k Pee dismantling of the forts at Tnku Tho president reserves the expres uUm of his opinion us to this measure petifllHg receipt of further Inform thou In regard to the situation la China a The military oocilpatlon of two or tfcroo point on the road from Un lain to Peking flu rinse olwervation which has ilen made In reference to No 4 lip pile oleo to thU propoHltlon The pruililent Is unable to commit for United States to n permanent partial potion in such occupation hut ho thinks It denlrnble tint the powers fdiall obtain from the Chinese govern Jiiwit tho assurance of their raht to gtinrd their legations in Peking and to have the means of unrestricted ac etxa to then whenever required Tho president believes that the gOY ernment of Prance mid other powers will see In trio reserves we have hero iniido no obstacle to the Initiation of nigntlntloiis on the lines suggested and he hopes it will be found practi cable to begin such negotiations at an early day Berlin Oct 13the proposal of the KusHliiii government Jhnt in case of protruded divergence of views re garding equitable indemnities this ifltter might be commended to tho consideration of tho international court of arbitration at The plague is regarded nn the moKI important reo cant development In the Chinese lilt iMittun Nothing was known public Iv In JKHWJIMS concerning it prior to tW piiblletitlon of President McKIn leyt answer to the note of MI Del eassuMost of the papers comment un lyiiipatlHtunlly upon the suggestion Th Loknl Anjielger Buys Unit it rnlstfa another dlfllcult prohlcm which will invasion long negotiations unit tho Berlin Tngeblatt understands i That ofllelal circles regard it OH tenta iJvo rather than a formalproposition Germany looks upon the report of the death of the empress dowager alt- oil new Chinese intrigue It is sup Pupil that she Intends to Hlsappcnr mjKrnrlly in order to escape rc Hpoimlbllity for blue mlsdewls of high ofilclnls nnd perhaps to prcj ar nn oUi T anti foreigu movement AVfllnnit CJnnnl NnvlKiitluu Stopppil Toronto Oct 11lho ocean Htcnm 4sbhn WJicca Man bound down dam nged two of the gates of the Wclland onniil Wednesday night so seriously that navigation on the canal will prob ably lave to be illseontlnueil for at least two days while being repaired A OneSliletl Unite Ncv Hnven Ct Oct HThe Yale footliall eleven Wednesday nftcrnoon ran np a score of 5U to 0 against the Unteii college team on Vnlj held The pumr tsar onesided from start to flu talk THE HIGHEST VOLTAGE Thirty Tlionund Two Hnndrrd Volts Carried Through a Condolt Three Mile In Length St Paul Minn Oct f5A remar kable series of experiments was con ducted hero Sunday by Henry Floy of New York who successfully nc lompllshcd the feat of carrying 30200 volts of electricity through an underground cable three miles long The highest voltngo hitherto attained with this class of conductor was 20000 volts which was secured nt Niagara Falls nnd electrical engineers have long been experimenting with n view to attaining a maximum of 2000 volts The cable consists of three copper conductors each about tho ilzo of nn ordinary lend pencil each doing enclosed in n paper tube and the whole encased in n lead sheet and drawn through vitrified clay conduits Tho cable Is a part of the system by which the St Paul Light it Power Co will utilize the water power at Apple river Wisconsin the other 84 miles of wire bring overhead As n result of this experiment they will carry un average voltage of 23000 volts furnishing 5000 horse power for lighting nnd power purposes BOERS VERY ACTIVE Cm DrWct Proclnlin Tlmt Ilornli ers Wlia llrfnir to Flu lit Will lit lade TrUoncrn of War wCapes ran Oct 15The Boers are very active In the Kroonstad dUtrict Jon UoWot has proclaimed thut bur ghers who refuse to nght will be made prisoners of war lint ish mounted infantry scouting from Lindley had Cap t Wlltshlruf killedl through mistaking a party of 40 Boors In Khaki for fronds Hoer commandoes constantly liar rasiiod the liritlsh while marching from Lindley to Kroonstad The Hoer captured a detachment of the Cheshire regiment which was escorting an empty wagon near Frnnkfort They released the driver but kept the wagon London Oct 15 The war ofllce has received the following from Lord lloli orla dated Pretoria Saturday Octo ber 19 satisfactory little affair occurred near Frankfort Thursday Col OraTe with the West Kcnte sur prised a Hoer Inagor at dawn killed seven wounded nine and captured 18 WAUCHUSATT DAM Work on the TtYnMllllonIjlUr Structure IlCKnn There Is Prospect of Inlmr Trouble Clinton Mass Oct 15The 2000 000 contract of iMo1 Vrthur Winston k Looker tho Chicago contractor with die Metropolitan water bonnl for tae construction of the Wachusatt dam commenced Monday Liven before a start was made by tho contractors there wns prospect of labor trouble For about three months the Metro politan board has hind a gang of about 200 men working day and night on the site of the dam In anticipation of the commencement of work by the contractors These men have been paid 150 for nine hours work rte prospect of trouble raises from the announcement in the posted notices that Urn contractors will pay 13Yr cents nn hour for ten hours work or 5135 per day- AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY There Are Great Opportunities for American Manufacturer In New South Wale Washington Oct 15A letter re ceived at the United States depart ment of agriculture fronvPcnrlth col lege New South Walci Australia calls attention to the great need of different types of agricultural ma chines in that colony The writer states that there arc not moro than a dozen in cutting and collecting raze In New South Vales and a machine for cutting sugar cane would be great 1ly appreciated by the untie growers in tho north of that colony nnd Queensland He suggests that there arc great opportunities there for American manufacturers of agricul tural machines who are desirous of extending their business beyond the United States Ilnrlendera Strike Carbondale 111 Oct 1GA uniqui strike is on nt Murphysboro where every bartender connected with the 30 saloons of that city has gone out for pay for overtime and picnic days It is probable the strike will not be settled for soino time as the saloon- keepers refused to comply with tho demands of the men A New Ula ml Marseilles Oct 15 During the night of October 9 the steamer City of Dnrcelonn narrowly escaped going ashore on n new island which formed oft the mouth of the Rhone in con sequence of the recent floods It id situated about three miles from the coast nnd consists of sand Gave Her DuiiKlitrr Lnnilnnnm Hay City Mich Oct 15Mrs Louts Mills of Kiwexsvllle administered lau danum to her 4yearold daughter Sunday with fatal effect nnd then tool n doso of the drug herself Mrs Mills who is supposed to have been temporarily Insa p will live A Itnllroaii lommlniloti Havana Oct 15Clow Gen Wood is considering the advisability of ap pointing a railroad commission to fix rates Ind regulate construction This is duo to numerous complaints nf ex cttsivcl freight charges IIllillill GOEBELONTHESTANO q The Defendant is Somewhat BetterIt and the Trial Proceeds llrolher of the Murdered Jinn Tentl- flen Aunliml Henry Voutney PrU- OIHT Ixluir on a Blek lied Georgetown Ky Oct 10 =f1 I YoiiUiy trial suns resumed Mondty although Youtsey was reported Iin the saute condition ns hist week flit room door was opened and his bet pulled up in plain view and hearingh of the jury nnd while the witnessesI were being examined Youtsey could In heard calling his wlfcfI name in hollow moaning voice and could b seen tnwdii on his bed Of course the feature of the daywas the test many of Arthur Oocbcl the brother of tin murdered man He told of go hug to tin jail the day Youtsey was arrest it nnd then Knitlur put my hand on Mr Youtseys right shoulder and wild Mr Youtsey Col tamp hull inns just returned nnd told me what you hun said to him and I have come over to have you tell me what you havo told himio tell me whether It is true nnd to ask you n few other questions uMr Youlsey wild Yes Mr Goe Clunpbelisp ulI then sushi to Youtsey Now I would like to hon you tel me about getting the key on Monday mornin from Powers and about Dick Combs and about going to sec Taylor ttoalso about going to tire Taylor on Tuesday morning and where you got the cartridges Youtsey proceeded and said Must as I told Col Campbell I had a talk with nick Combs on Monday morn Ing and he told me Unit he was ready to do the shooting nnd I went to Ca leb Powers for the key to his office nnd ho told me to go toJolin Powers I wont to John Powers and John Pow ers gave ma the key I went to Coy Tnylor mill I told Gov Tnylor thnt Dick Combs Bras ready to do the shooting Gnu Taylor wild You ought not to come to see me shout this I havo been expecting this to be done for soiree time but I object to having a Negro do it It Is too iim maybeYout ey skid 1 wont bark to see Coy Taylor on Tuesday morning mid I said to him The man to do the shooting Is now here Yell I told him Jim Howard was here that 1 thought ho got there Monday night Gar Taylor milked up and down the floor anti wild Youtsey what do you think If Goebel wits killed do you think I could hold my office lJ nnd dlncusNcd that matter tnfkliig to mo bnck and forth and I said to him I thought if Goebel was put out of the way that the contest would be I settled and that he could hold his office Finally I wild to him ns Gov Tnylor hesitated still It Is up to you to deride now finally whether it is to be done or not and after sons more hesitating Youtsey wild ray or said finally11cll tell them to go ahead If it Is necessary I cnn send tho man to the mountains with a squad of soldiers Youtsey then stopped und I snide What dill you do then You haw told Col Campbell as he told me that you let certain people into Powers oIlier He said Yes I then went back and reported I told Merry Hownrd und Dick Combs mill lira Howard to go and be in thin hull of the executive building and 1 then left I said What did you do He said I went nnd got the cart ridges I said Very well go on He said When 1 went back Herry Hownrd find Dick Combs and Jim Hownrd were In the lull nnd I unlocked tilt door and let them in nnd gnvo then the cartridges I gave them to Jim Hownrd he was the last mnnI who went In the door I gave him the whole box I said Mr Yout sey who fired the shot and ho said I can not tell you T didnt see him I said What did you do whentt you let him in lie said I stayed near the dour I snit You gave the cartridges to lira Howard Yes sir I said Was ho shot with n Winchester rifle lie said The cartridges fit either n Winchester or n Marlln The Hod leu neorfdIYpsilnnti Mich Oct 15lhneII thousand persons students oftill state normal college and citizens en gaged in n search nlong Huron river J Sunday for the bodies of Miss Abbie Cronin of Lawrence Mich and Ward + Wood of Itnngor Mich who were drowned Saturday night while canoe ing on the river The bodies were recovered Mss Cronin and Mr Wood were students nt the college Lord Chief Innllre of Kimlnnd London Oct 10Lord Alverstone I fanner Sir Richard Websior IIIs succeed the late Baron Russell oCl Klllowen the Dally News announces as lord chief justice of England Snerermnr to Hr Adtn Kntit I Washington Oct 13Itr Adm Si las Casey at present commandant at Lenguo Island Navy yard has been selected to succeed Hr Aden Albert i Kautx nK commander of the Pacific i station upon the lattcrs retirementt in the near future New Korea Ucaerve I Washington Oct 13The general land oHlce was notified Friday of n presidential proclamation setting aside UH n forest reserve 57000 ncrft o of land about the head of Crow creek I Wvomintr 1- r Hi DESTRUCTIVE TYPHOON ni irnn Town anti Conut o- froran anti Southern Chinn l UroriMlManr Ilven Lout HJledal says 1 iyplwon caused great damage last Monfcv on the coasts of Formosa and Southern China Numerous towns were destroyed Nineteen hundred hoiiwi were washed assay or inundat ed manyeJ t I Tk Japanese steamers Falchiau Man and Seklo Mnru went ashore nt damageThKcrsnlnt was dpni ashore In Hankow harbor JellrIout tumid pulledetenlpornryparsFo j more Boxers were beheaded it Ibnkow late in September HanII Ifkour iiiupr martinI law UIEXPECTED DIFFICULTY I114111c1n rd the HonieCoinliiK I St toril Itnhcrln for Some Time to Conc Jalog Oct 10 Commenting up on Ur activity of the IJoers and the itut mant from Cope Town that Lord lljjlrts has postponed his homecom ing I saysTWr indications I poinung to the conclusion that unex pecW difficulties have arisen which I togdemIJhlll presence for some time ejAll the facts suggest that it Is Intossiblc yet to denude South Af rica of anyr substantial portion of the large urhy now engaged In dominat population I BLOWN TO ATOMS t A Tilher Mother nnd Pour Chll trrtij Killed Ily a Drnnmlte HzpluHlon In rknnnIt 3Iot Springs Ark Oct IGA ali er oilier and four children were Moss toatoms Monday evening litISchx Montgomery county 14 miles from Ifi Springs 1lhile the family WOK n supH r their home was wreck ed by am explosion of dynamite Tht names of the unfortunate peo plel ire JlelT and Maggie Jones and their children ranging in age from six tiara to four months It is bc lien dint n dispute over a homer stead rlalm prompted the outrage Tit county ofileials wired Monday nigh that they were close on the track ot the guilty parties BOYS ON A STRIKE ilaplr+ tt ralmployedit the Iola1t tSrgrniik Co Want le H Mourn 4 eNd on hrrrrorrc b WnAt Cincinnati Oct 10 Ilotwcen 40 and W of Jhe messenger boys employed y theI151nl Jllegnlph Co went on i itrikc Monday evening for higher waj es und less hours The boys de rhockoi rs reduced to nine per tiny One of he messengers who refused to go eu was attacked by strikers at tine mr icr of Kim mill Longworth streets He was pretty badlyI used up Ills II mel was taken from hint and torn to feces and 1 in change was seized by the mob I ROOTED UP GOLD In lie DlNcoter Wealth Hurled Hr the llrltlnh Near lUna Mountnln S C olumbla S C Oct 1G Jeff Rich in s a Negro truant on the plauta ti i of K L Wallace near Kings X untaln York county rooted up p d buried by the British officers be fll e going into battle nt Kings M untnin How much wns contained U he iron box which the swine dis r ere can not be ascertained as Mi Wallace is keeping Jeff from talki- ei but it Is known to bo a rich find Tt c dotes on the coins show Uiat all amp over 125 years old The money is oneguinea and fiveguinea pieces THE NEELY CASES The United Mlnten Supreme Court llan Annlviird Turin for hearing on November 1 Washington Oct IGThe supreme court of the United States Monday granted the motion of the govern meat to advance the Neely cases red assigned them for hearing November The casts cOllie up from the fed eral court of New York on the deci ion 6f Judge Wallaco denying n writ of habeas corpus The government is sexy anxious for a decision which will settle the constitutional questions In wohctht Trennurjrs Condition Wellington Oct 10 The condi lion of the treasury division of Isle nnd redemption nt time beginning business Monday was ns follows vallable cash balance 102174773 01r1Ioln 245475670 A ConllnuiHi Vnue Scale Pittsburgh Pn Oct 10A plan to tnbllsh n continuous wage seine for the union iron steel nnd tin plate mills of the country proposed ny the manufacturers Is being favorably onsldeml by the members of the mnlgiimatcd Association i rand tit proposition will be voted upon Murk Twain Arrive New York Oct I10 Among the passengers who arrived Monday night- ut the steamer Mlnnehalm were S U Ulcjiiens Mark Twain MrsI Clem pus ami the Misses Clemens J I o6tdFCCrdr FE 6CiTrTrfrTdi SrUKtrt is61Gr14 cGCiCfC ttCr fIt V LLJs7 L INTERESTING STATE NEWS I A3 3 93J 1C S aD3X114 J T31 I3 S SSJ tl THE CLOSING I DAYII AnnnnI Meeting of the Kentucky Home Ilreedem AimoclntloaI- V 1 a Snceentjfnl One Lexington Ky ocr13rlrInywas the closing of the 2Sth unseal meeting of the Kentucky Trotting I Horse Breeders association anti it i da1I1oftruck magnificent fields of horses and grand sport The attendance has i ices large each day nail both socially i anti financially the meeting has been sue of the greatest in the history of tho world famed Institution A num her of records have been beaten and ninny fast miles have been trotted and paced I rime weather was cool and pleasant for the closing tiny nnd fully 4000 eoplo gathered to witness the events there was three races on the card with the lime Grass take 2000 for 19 trotters Oil the leading feature tad Joe Watts selling ot 25 to bu 0 the field wns the favorite Cor aelia Hello was also well thought oft turned out to be a hard contested nut heat race nnd one worthy the occasion Wntts took time first heat In u happy style and then Cornell I Belle captured the second and thirdII then dropped the fourth to Palm Leaf She won the fifth und race with a hot finish with Palm Leaf The rate in every Lent was between the three nnmed The 222 trot fora purse of 1000 proved to be un easy thing for tho New lnglaml mare Dolly llidwcll who clearly outclassed her field anti won in straight hens from Free Silver and Tcltnle the fight being prin cipally between the latter two for place All throe showed race horse quality und put up n great contest Nonamie outclassed all the others in the 220 pace and won as she pleased in straight heats the con tending horse In each heat being Af fit The good daughter of Bourbon Wilkcs Nonamlc Is a race mare of rare quality and it will take a go one to beat her in her class yearLexington Ky Oct 13At a meet Ing of the directors of the trottin association and owners timid breed ers at the close of the meeting here Friday resolution eulogistic of ThoH W Beating the noted trotting turf wan of California who died here Friday was adopted Col John It Allen mad an address Time body will be Stunt day Kentucky Officer I Demi Washington Oct LGcn MacAr thur at Manila notified the war de pnrtinpiit Thursday that First Lieut Robert lilakeman 40th volunteer infantry died of hepatitis on the 3 Inst Lieut Hiakemorc was born nt Hnskinvillc Ky December 10 1870 and served as first sergeant of Company K of the 8th Illinois volunteer Infantry during the SpanishAmeri can war In September 1S99 he appointed first lieutenant of t1 4lth volunteer Infantry and accom panied his regiment to the Philip pines in November lust Acomnl n Former Lover Hopkinsville Ky Oct 13The trialI of Leslie Oldham n young planter aged 22 charged with the murder ofr Martha Hell colored nt Ouk Grove last April was begun Friday Sew era witnesses testified that Oidima- rshot several times buat the womnn missed nnd that two shots were firedI later when she dropped Oldham claim he can pro she was shot by i former lower concealed in a thicket OYsDnR Owingsvllle Ky Oct 13Mrs Hor ace Lane Martin Stephen Ewing Con nor rand five colored people were bit ten by a mud dog here Friday even ing Quite n crowd was in toyn nt tending n street fair and during the excitement the rabid canine made its escape Almost the entire male latlon secured guns mind are no searching the surrounding country for the dangerous beast lltlxntlon In Knilnl Itichmond Ky Oct 13 LitigationI over the plant of time lliohmond Eke trio Co seems to be nt an end Messrs W S K H and S 11 Hume of this city laving purchased the property at eonunlsslonerH sale D J HaiiHs of Cincinnati was one ofr the owners af the property when iit Wilt forced Into the hands of a re ceiver sonic time ago Afclilrntnllr Killed tier Mother Hopkinsville Ky Oct tGMrs CarrIe Stone was shot and instantly killed by her daughter Lizie Stone I aged 15 near Kennedy The shooting was accidental as the girl was care lessly handling the pistol whet it wnt1 discharged She is prostrated by grief Ueiudtdntit of n Huron Owenton Ky Oct 13Mrs D Pee bias motherinlaw of 1 Huston who was n United States treasurer under President Harrison died herein I her Sd year She was n grand daughter of the German Huron YonI Littig Ilecth of MnNInne Young Lexington 1 Ky Oct 13Mrs Jane Young mother of Capt LucIen 1 sung U S N stationed at Ha rnnn ilK commander of the port undI af Ur F O Young of Lexington ileiJ here at a ripe old age I BILL NO r IELECTION Hy a Vote or la to 17 the Kentucky IlouNt Una Rejected Its Mill Xo 18 Frankfort Ky Oct lT1le them ocratic and republican anti Goebet factions on time conference committee appointed by the Kentucky legisla ture to adjust the disagreement over an election bill to take the place of the Goebel law failed to agree and hOULinew law will not be passed Frankfort Ky Oct 13fly n votr of 51 to 47 the house at noon Friday rejected the election bill No 1 sent it by the senate The bill provided that the county election boards rthould be roamed by the county judge of each county and that time circuit clerk should be the third member or umpire of the board This leaves house hill Xo 18 as amended by the senate the only one before the house Frankfort Ky Oct 1Jhc senate Saturday by n vote of 17 to 10 the re publicans mind some of the demo outs voting in the affirmative tabled n motion to suspend time rules and take up the house sine die adjourn ascot resolution As the resolution should have become effective Satur day nigth nt midnight if at all it be comes a nullity The action of the senate demon strates that the elements which are conducting ute tight to form n new election law in that branch are mora thoroughly organized and determined to have one parsed than they have at any previous time Time republican lenders say that if no law is passed by next Saturday they may then join nod adjourn Tho senate adjourned till Tuesday TOOK HER OWN LIFE Tied n Hope to Her Neck a Stone to the hour Then Wnlked Into the Illver unit Drowned o1Butler Ky Oct 15Miss Sophro nia Dunaway about 45 years of age committed suicide late Sunday after beengmentally deranged for some tine and niter eating dinner the started away telling her folks she was going for a walk She went direct to the Licking river Tying some strings to the bottom of her skirt she also tied a rope around her neck nail n large stone to one end of the rope Slip then waded out into deep wattz milt was drowned Some young men who were several hundred yards above wlt nessed the drowning anti proceeded to search for the body and succeeded in recovering it two hours later Iouhl Yet Testify Louisville Ky Oct L11 J Tal bolt it wns charged struck Xellio Thomas of 518 Tenth street in tho eye a few days ago and destroyed time sight of the member Notwithstand ling the great injury she would note give any testimony against the man in the city court Thursday Judge Buckley said that if he could stand nil that for him he would dismiss the case which he did A PI ae Inlr Lexington Ky Oct 15Miss Let ter and Margaret Smith the pair of handsome chestnut marca purchased from Mike 1 Ppwerrann by Itlchnrd P highclassn fort10000 last week were shipped east Sunday They will be used on tne rood by n prominent Iron manufac turer at Pittsburgh Ordinance Held Invalid Frankfort Ky Oct dThe court of appeals rendered n decision that the ordinance passed by the Caving ton city council to issue 50000 of bonds for sewerage is IinvalidI Tho court holds that the Ixmd issue to bo valid must be voted on by the people and that an election for that Purpose jwDont Hememher tier Louisville Ky Oct 12NothIng is known here of Annie Jones alias Hart tin paramour of Schreiber the absconding New Jersey bank clerk Site IH sold to have lived here nt onetime but her name is not known to the habitues of resorts frequented by the faster set Her residence hero was probably short Killed IIU flUter Owenton Ky Oct l1The daughter of John L Adams near New this county was shot and instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of her brother An Inoronnr Louisville Ky Oct J3Tllc gross earnings of the L 8 iN railroad for the first week of October were 581 415 an increase over the same period of last year of 4 105ft Ilrothern Married Sister Wlllinmsburg Ky Oct lL1 dou ble wedding took place In this coun ty in which the grooms were brothers nmPthe brides sisters The contract log parties were M C tarp aged 17 fled Sarah Petrey aged 18 and T C Harp aged 19 and Nancy Petrey aged 22 JmlKC Turvlii III Pillion Ky Oct 1ITudge Jnma P Tarvin of Covlnjjton was stricken with asthma after speaking hero and is confined to his bed He canceled all tales in Western Kentucky f rh I THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY f FRIDAY OC1 191- ANNOUNCEMENT 0 FOR CONGRESS Wo nro authorized to announco BKN fitKEYS of Calloway county as n can duto for Congress from tho First Dis trict at tho election Nov Cth 1000 Worlds Peace Congress A Worlds Peaco Congress is to meet in Paris next year Since tho Pence Congress assembled last year on tho inI vitation of tho Czar of Russia it does seem that war has prevailed more goni orally than before war in South AfriI ca China tho Philippines and is supposed i to bo Imminent between certain of tho great Powers I Keys for CongressI J In this Lssno of the COURIER appears tho announcement of lIon Hen O Keysr of Galloway county as n candidate fortt f Congress at the approaching Presidon lM hal election Ho has been before tho peoplo of Western Kentucky as a can DomoIIt Icrat Greeubackcr I a a Populist IlUdt It now ho appears as tho Populist nomineet and also as tho Fusion nominee JllSe h name to be under tho Log Cabin thes device under which tho names of the Republican candidates appear So furuI as wo know or believe ho is an honest man and has a clean record He has I been for so many years identified with I tho Populist party as its nominee uudtl I leader in this section that is difficult to R regard him as other than a Populist and I Greeubacker and the appearance of hisgij name as a Republican candidate must boouoof the incongruous contradictious tho of the perverse political conditions of say the day We think it the old old issue tho Of tho outs against the ins Koys is 4ngoal speaker an old politician and capable of explaining his position to the t voters 1 Ua Negroes Against YerkesRI Chas F Arraistead tho West Virgin ia colored orator who IS in Kentucky forN tho the purpose of making a series of campaign speeches to tho colored people Issued the following open letter to John D W Yerkes tbo Republican candidate in for Governorwi all RepublicanCandidate am advised by tho newspapers that yon LKentuckycommonwealth to favor you with their eulfragoat tho polls on November 0 I presume that you aro relying somewhat by tieracorrect in this presumption I would roblBpectfully suggest that you in your tour If through tho state explain to the said 53 bo f expression ty no hope of election whether or not you l isr i whenifore the Kentucky legislature appeared i before tho scene and insisted that the I yauthprlzoin the car and call said compartment awcoach which has resulted in beputtingwho travels Ken IX J thLucky1 suming that you are tho same John W Yerkes mentioned above will you kind youhavejustice which they endure by reason of tho said law The colored voters herein unanimouslyheretofore Itbutspect for their wives and children they aro necessarily solicitous us to the feel ing entertained toward them by the candidates for publio office An expla nation from von as to tho matter in of tJlandministration adverse to their interests should you bo elected Believing that an expression is duo from you to tho said 58000 negro voters by reason ofcl i their intelligence race prido and nu O merical strength I have tho honor to bo sir your clOUAltLESI Armistead also writes to tho negro Republicans of this State asking First if they indorse McKinloys slave policy in tho Sulu islands second if they indorse Governor Roosevelts insult to tho ne gro race in his article in Scribnors mug azino for April third whether they in dorso Ycrkos courso before tho legisla fourthllwill veto a bill favoring colored passon y gore and thereby compel them to con tinuo to rido in Jim Crow carRIultonaI jjLtader R GRANT sou of tho late ox 1 Grant has joined a Bryan club at San Diego Cal a basis of 100000 men tho main of ttgethori 1 of the United States army to with the cost Incurred by tho M tnavywill require on a conservative esti 22jOOOOOOannullllyh1 that tho revenues from the Philip tftmontfor tho first seven months of Amer 1 scan occupation wero seven million dot lars makes an interesting study for tho American voter and taxpayer In othe words at a not loss of something like fifteen millions of dollars monthly how fir long will it tako this country to recover tho twenty millions which Spain rccoiv a ed for tho islands f I llkALtfW r1yp1A 1Jrr +Democratic Speaking Saturday Thoro was niuoli disappointment tint urday because of the fuilnr of Judge James P Tarviu to nil his appointment whoso reputation as an stile speaker andl j public titan hind preceded him His fnil xiro to spool Mats autsu+ l by his sudden illness extreme suffering from nsthmn 1 which caused thin cancelling of all of his appointments nft r liw speech at Fulton Col Mark Wortun a prominent law yer and Democrat of Iaduoah was substituted iu place of Judge Ttirvin Ho hind a largo undtenoo and hissi eech was satisfactory to tho Domocrnts bo iug frequently punctuated with np please Ills speech was devoted to ant i imperialism antitrust militarism and largely to the ovals of Republican rule in Kentucky i o the use of the militia tho dispersion of tho Legislature by Taylor chasing that body by the militia from house to house the ovorawo lug of tho courts and defying its ont cors by tho soldiers nod mountaineer mob c culminating in tho ossowinn lion and murder of Ooobol to Election Guesses Tho ninny tablus being pnblLshod in papers ns to the probable result of the Presidential election are tho mer guess work no matter from what they come or by whose authority published It is an easy matter to fig out the election of Bryan or lUoK1UI ley by States and make it appear so reasonable that the average render is apt to believe it mud especially so if tho oloclH tho man ou are for These tables are tho result of honest opinions very frequently but also frequently ivou out merely for partisan effect I There are stoat fifteen million voters I United States and they all haveinla J l iu this matter anti no ono can toll result until the votos aro counted Pay Your Money Take Your Choice 1 The returns from the town elections hold in Connecticut last week show the- epublicans sustained a not loss of four towns and tho result has Inspired Democrats with hope of the State iu ovoD1bcr while the Republicans are correspondingly dispirited The gold emocrats believe that 1if silver is kept tho background many Ropublicuus vote tho Democratic ticket and on hands tho state is granted to ho close Mr H II Hnnna of Indianapolis president of the National Sound Monoy eague was in Now York lust week slId that ho believed Indiana could ho safely counted for MoKinloy hut this State is common consent tho storm centra of campaign and is not claimed by tho informed managers of either parties tho Republicans carry it at all it will by a greatly reduced a small majori and they do not put it in thoir column Republican loss of Congressmen conceded in both Illinois and Indiana and evidence accumulates that tho noxt HOUKO is gradualy slipping from control of that party Republicans aro increasing confident that they will curry Mary nd and Nebraska but tho Domoonttfl equal confidence continuo to claim and tho bettor informed of tho op osition concede both Thus it goes e situation here and thorn scorn to with nearly every day LOCAL NEWS Will Jordan a negro was shot and killed by John Patton another negro Fulin Sunday Jordan was trying break Into Patton house The Coroners jury hold the Riling justifiable Tho threo wire once law in Oblon county was deferred to tho January torm tho county court In tho nioantimo I e Magistrates aro to take tho sonso of people on the proposition at the No vombor election ChasHotel nnd assumed oliargo Toes nightforI takehargeFOR sprains swellings teal lamoncKS thorn is nothing so good ns Chamber hyOowgillShaw State Line Ky Rev sam Jones tho distinguished ovangoliBt way compelled to cancel hisI engagement at Mayfleld and all other points on account of illness His physi tudulginginDr N J Pasahall a woll known druggist of Fulton aged CO yours dlodI Friday night of hoart disease following paralytic stroke Or Piisohnll was ono of tho pioneer citizens of Fulton and quito well known in this suction of tho stutoIWHEN yon havo no appetite do not relish your food and foul dull utter eat ing yon may know that you need a dose Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 2oc Samples free ut Cowgill A Cowgillfl Hiokmau und A Shaws Stato Line- Machine Itepalrlng Mr John Elling can ho found at Gao nnthlngInMrs C T Muse widow of tho late Lawrence Muso died at her homo in West Hickman Wednesday Sho had adr vanced ago Her children sumo yours ohobamsonlynephew loft of her relatives Shu wus member ot tho Methodist church und wus highly esteemed v BALLOON T ASCENSIONN 1 AN- DParacltttte LOaD fIff- HICKMAN KY Saturday Oct120th190O1- ARBNCE U EOKIIAUT I the Worlds Greatest Aeronaut wlI make ono of his thrilling 131110011I oenslous toad after attaining an in mouse altitude of ninny thousand far will lwnp from hU Balloon and throng tho moans of a singlo trail Paraohnt or umbrolln will umko a most tlnrii- iconcent to earthiThe drcntcst Balloon ASCCHNOII Ftril Wltncsscil Hero I Ih SE Erho wondurfnl iutlattoim unn lytiiballoon i Ltapleavingf 7000 feet from the earth tho Purnclinw actually falling 600 feet through Mdd j before opening m About the County Bridges CAYCK KY Out 2 lOoa Tho following Iid tho report of HrWtf Coiniulsrfloner of Fulton county tohUiyg ditto I- HII11X1B8 ON HTATn IIOAt f 111ftt I itsNofeetNoIctltotbrJSlothsolon th 43 ft No 1C length 80 ft Na 10 length 20 ft No 17 length W feat STATIC LINK HOAl ItNoCotlOI 91 feet No7 length t2 ft 081th18 ft No 0 longth 18 feet JltC fAN AMD UURHDBN HOAU No 1 llength M ft No 2 longth A9 ft lNolenatkfoot j IIKMIV hoeD leegrth3ilungtkS0feetI feetHIOKUAH AND ULIVTOX ItQAQ longtlibIf4inggthfeetf MOSCOW ASD TJIOV HQAD No1 longth CO ft No Z lllsnl HIOKJIAN AND FUWOX BOtKn +JjSm I No 1 length 10 featU- 738FUKD ROAD a Po 1 longth ro feet snucK NOAI No 1 length 00 ftot No 2 length 00 feet No 3 length fOS feet VAL BTAIIK IIOAIJ No 1 length II foot t IIICKMAV AMD BVHuanmio rOAU X UIbyI JJQAINo2lenKthftj 3 i MOSCOW ANn MAVHIHU Iity4P No 1 length 33 feet OKinOHFIBUl AND NOOK SIllUNff KIM+ J No1 length 1 fituU- MT CAKMHL 01IUI10II MOAn MlfootMOSCOW AND LODOTOV ROAD No 1 length Ifl fool K11HNHRU ANn LIlIBItTY UHUItOH HOUtli No 1 length 71 ft No 2 length 5 ftL- IIIKKTY AM 1ALHSTlVK HOAII ItNo1tNobyOltyIsfoot3YItI SI ft No 12 longth 81 foot UNION VII CIICU tiDAl ftNo1 J f tuNo f longth 211 taut No 0 length IM ft u HKAUUtTON ANII FIJITON MOAI I No 1 length 18 ft No2 length It LOIK1TOV ANI PALES INN HOAli No1 longth ro foot J Number of bridges 82ITotal number of 1035 and if plug od together und to end adistancoofj J totoI mlthorltheFisunlstOctober I J V MBNKKH Bridge Com Fulton VOIllltI A NRW remedy for blltoiunoM IH IKIW on salo nt Cowgill L Cowgills hick man nod A M Shuws at State Lmn It is called OhumliorlninH Stdinuch and cadwillsWIQII us the first indication of LpIlelllll1 l CHAIUMAN JONIO of the National Um ocrntio CoinmitUo takes optimba careful ntbundI ilia unable to figure out any xxwlhlo wlIn- which MoKinloy can bo eloctud11Ii1+ s ho qarrloHlMjUi Nmv York and Ilimofg lIxliolootornltolHIIiIUIcundhJutoI willprobablyBryan dwltholtti c T oM t f ffTho Tuo VorthcL + MY Jr f ifYlEXCEEDS ALL FOR t- t y Styfa and Quality 1 + r1 iiKvor Shown in this nmrkot and the PRICKS are sn JIQW that ovtiry jiuroliusor in well KUisfiud J 1 1rum dalorminod to give tho tradu tho bust J- f they onn got for the CASH f 1Ihu1 Full trade is opening bettor than ojcpccted tltHlf t as my Stook is largo and wollsuleolcd J f m I INVITE EVERYBODY TO CALL h f r 11t11 t t- I r 1 h Jl s Ji rStove ads SioPi eslj V HEATING STOVESJ- ust received a Ilarge supplyI I of ttjtj fell Stoves eotil and 1V Cull and see them oodIiI IAlso famous remember we are Iij J WILSON HEATER 4Will horn otiytlut that looks like Wood No smoke no ashes leaf wood nut more hoot tlmn any l tovo made f Coin u und see them othorff L P W S ELLISONi JICoalI ZZ IIZI L = = = = i THKX AM NOW I I Replying ton erlLloi by the Uinein UI CcMiuiwrciHl Tribune he Courier oornal of Louiiriile gives the follow ng aipla nation of Iu Hpi ort of Mr Jryan although it ojijxmd him In 1800 IOIf Mr Bry H stood for all the III hangs the Courier Jotmml thought of tam and nil the mean things jl mid of rum in lM we should rtupjxjrt him on he uimplo pmt o ltion that Uiu existing Kirtwin oomblno of mihlurylsm Mud jnoney at WaAhintUm In u moimoe to JItKllodowhloh WaxhinKtun flUlltloncdiwhichLincoln rescued and over bo able to do ooHhort it may bo of a revolution of blood But whoro did tho Commercial Tribune gut tho notion that tho Courtor Journal IB making the political fortunes of Air Ilrynnorof any other public man its own Y In many Brynnloltherwise affect UH in our mind body or m Unto AH Iwtwton tho organized vlrtno anil tho organized vleluusni of the country wo are for the organized virtuo although it Hoinotiincs says nnd does thliiKS that wo think very foollrth It iin now or never with the jKMjplo If limy rooleot MuKiuley it mounx danuor at homo duritxtiriin und corruption abroad If they ulcot IJrynu wo Hhall imvo limo to gut our bruuth to stop and think Ilonuo wu aro against McKinley llonoo wo lire for Uryan And wu believe nn overwhelming majority of tho pcoJo arc with us a majority of tho people UO grout to Intimidate or to buy away from thoir duty n majority which onn neither bo blotted out tho niRht7 of tho election nor counted out by uubse noit act or by joint resolution of congress jw Ill don was by tho eight to woven uluoUjral tribunal of 1877 It HappenedI in a Drug Store Otto day last win tor n lady canto to my drugstore awl asked for ft brand of cough mcdicino that I did not have in stock says Mr 0 Hdrandin the jwpulur drag gUt of Ontario N Y 8ho vnn dimip pointed and wanted to know what cough pronamtiou I could rccommond I said to her thut I conld freely recommend OliutnhorJiiiiift Cough Romcdv and that slio could take u bottle of tho remedy and after givingI it n fair trial it she did lint ilnd it worth tho money to bring bidlv till bottlu mad I would refund tho priii paul In time comnoot a day or two ilm l andy camo beak iu company with a iricud in need of n cough med cine und advised her to buy n bottle of JlwmborlainH Cough llomody I con side that u very gooil recommuurlitiou for tlio remedy It Is for sade by Cow gill Nc Cowgill Hickman and A M Slmw Stato Line Ky I t S p iJ OI I 7lh Ky Confed Ra Union MAYI IKLI Kv lIltl US 1000 To TbuHMM Dillon Sr Cfemummlpr uf OnmiIo WaN IIIakNHtn Unit ud Cunfodernlo Vutorniw In oumiilinitro with invitation of cutup ChRrkfl WkklUro of Wloklm Ky to limo mrioiMt cnnim enmixMlntf tilt 7th Ky lUig of the United Confederate Vet oraim to moot in annual buxine and social ro union with sold camp Charles Wiokliiro on thy Inkwt near WioklllTo Ky of which invitation the various Commanders of Cumin havo Ibean noti fits mind In rwKjnw have Indicated 11 desire to accept wild invitation It IH thorofore ordertnl that tho Com inandirrt r4cUvtlyof the seventh oainiM comporting tin said 7th Ky Reg of U C V ftHHomblo their roMpootlvo oiimtH to mmt with wild ouinp OhurluH 1ViokliIte 1lIlLllnunl business andsocial ro union on tho lakes above indicated on Wediustony und Thursday tho lUh and lithof Oat JULIO with all necessary forage rations and oilier o iiiumunta for two days outing Thu diireront uominandorH aro riHUMt od to invito friends mind nil wxconlflder ales nut idcntiflod with sold Ibgiiuent to meet with UH on wild oocuxion II S HALE Col Com IL A HKUWDKK Morat Maj 11t1 lnrgcst truly of lmllilOlllrll Iin the World Time olllolnl report of tho U S PUllllioll Bureau shows that on Juno 110 1811 there wore 0111016 parsons drawing pOll Atolls and ovor 100000 applications for pensions aunt thin puiiHinn payments from Juno1 80 1898 to Juno 10 1K91 wore 8iiJmi70How many hove been added to tho liNt Hinco tune 80 181K or how many will lw uddud at tho close of our Phil- Ippine and Chinese wan we do not know but wo mire credibly informed from Washington thaf on Juno 110 IbUO our army of peimionera want tho largest iu tho world UKO T ANQEIL fmoldier Hciluctlon in the Price of OH Tho public generally has probably not notlueu that there has boon n largo in Petrobumthis pioduot has been Hteudily declining for time past two or three moths Natu rally this has affected tho prices of all products of petroleum especially rolin ed oils Tho Standard Oil Oo have nmdo another reduction in their soiling prices in Hickman on refined oils This isi tho second reduction thoy have nmdo in tho list ninety days Their mirefire ll made In bblH 11o Prime White Oil In barrels 10o f1 ICiUi fti r MixoFat Wo have milled to our large fitook s OFiii3yIP A n complulu Itoo ol Heady Mixed Paintsj slAll COLORS niul guaranteed to bo of J1re BTCST QUATaTY CVIIIIJfIJJJl 1ItUrr1117- wCQiAL I JOALiF Pittsburg and Eureka Orders ttttoonipantod wllli lash will hate prompt attentions ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL TRADKft OK HTFAM IXlALS Ales A Paris qtr Son CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customer We era faretQ stay Nobody will appreciate your- atronngu nr luko ninn pi ninro In tty rcllKbObarooWILL OM WILL l f IforNi MlnMt Itnrbcr SliojiI- H the new rICdol Hotel wlturo nk r l reallytoskeenyouJIL U Ivt DR S 1 DAVIDSON JentistHI01 MAN ICHNTOOKY Ogee over Oowglll luwgiIile rut 310r LIVERY STABLE wI1USIrI IK H DKlOT r J H POLLOCK Prcp Flint class turnuut btiMiiw urroBe carriages snafu tOil 11111 Ac Uimtomo Mono with courhll4Y mad i olll4inotw J tronaRP solicited Tolnjilmno 10 CARUTHERS BABEIRY AND COBPCTIOBEH RYYe FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIESIETC CLINTON 8TIIHBT IIlOKMAN KKNTUQKr TulelihoneNo 00 CE EAKER General GtOC Powell Blook Clinton St t ofdJ1 tnhive z endl Choice tiugsine J rCatic r1Y 1 r = 0 w Jtallruiu Time Table N 000 St L R R- kKAVMi AnitlVKHi Trlnoll7tmrreI I I u Local and Personal llalloon iiHciinxluii tomorrow Mr W 8 Burnett of Moscow was n llio city Monday 3JuHottlo Sodn always on hand at BUCKS Tile emotion Is drawing noar onlyI two widk from next Tom Iay Mite Out GoaUlor ruturned Wcdnes flay true n visit U relatives In St Louis Mm litielmmin of Iluiralo N V bin Iliwui visiting In Hluknmn this week weightOI Itohl lapis and mother Misty Win nil Hiinkottnnd Mr lJ I A IL4U wont to Fulton Sunday Mm Ohiw A Roux of Juuknonvlllo roriilH IU rlxltlng hnr cousins Mr and Visi w Booghur Mrs John J Young Nod daughter returned Tuesday morning from A visit i relative in SL Louts vii For Uio fraflhtMt Groceries In t wii go to C1I1C BAKKUS Uoods do ls + redrue J1t8 Wm Strong of Havana Cuba ijot IfUIII Uu rUIIIY of Copt Sneod throng on Iroy itvanuu Mrs Hinim Moore and little mm of Bulfalo N Y niece of Mr II Buohnn MIL nrv vtidttnK in Hlekman- Dr S K Davidson will leavo for his regular visit to Tiptonvllle about Nov 1 and will IHI nlnonl shout SO days Horn Haul 96 to Mr and Mm A J murk of Jilt Edge Mont f formerly of HlelniMti n nlna pound duughtur- CtiTHUUK will fix your Watch and tfuttnintoo twtiiifacitlon or monay refund id There will be Danuwmtlo streaking at Montgomery School louse tonight ut 7 o look IAt the wturs turn out lItIII Bwikth French of Chicago a rhurmlnK young iHtly hi vMtlng tlie family of Mr K IS IwemI thin week Ilun 1olnlK- T k your plow palate to OHO Halt hr will phd thmnSforafie Mm Fry BnrrcU left WadnawlMy for IIT IKHHO In Brlnwa Oa liar sfetar MrI IwUord ntioowiwwiad Igor na far iw I niuu lL aid Fur Uio frasliaei Qrocoriua in townio to O II lKAKKKS Uooda do IYMrtrd rroe The Kmbroldery Club huts reorgan uod fur tbo wmtar mid will hold their lint iiieotiHK with the MiiQiI ltrUl this aftrnioon The iMHrrlHge of Mr N Illlam Ell H num of Dalton and Ml sJunl LII linn SolmrtltiH ef Martin on the 17th Iin announced OILYIlul1II W Bradliuru democrat TJie Indian an inrittdi to attend Hand the list of appointments of iJcHiiwrallo poeaktN jwlilUlwd In this IXHUB Lot the actors turn out and hear t hr IMMIIMI dbMUM d Ur and Mm 011 Hubbard return SpringsIrkI e tilnd to Male h Hiueli Improved MtetMI May and Inns Farto Uwwlo C use and Mabel ionkler and M r John Oilloii of Hiokaiia attendml Palaee Ho MlI AitMtvwmrv Bull at Union City C K ITiurawi of the Primitive nAp- a itt unlar will preach ut SUtblM School Hoiine SnUmliiy night Iwfore the 3rd Sunday in October sal Sumlay ulgk- foiiowing tearDont tout wmit the OourieAiur nll fiO eooUi H year two jmiww n Wtek 7 Hand tui your nbi cri4loiw- WIIOSM Ipso Seas hut B W Brodbura of Bowling brawn and a Domocrntle HKMiker of line rcputHtlon Iin to spank III Ilickman u llu 20th I to morrow on Uie i olltkxt- t jI or thus olulIvnign froyrSuuirdny and took In tho Doinoortitlo IJt inland tmlloon ascension stud jwld tbn C4alfUlr olllm n visit llioKNAViOuhuvoaddodaspeo iul fire of this OrorwwitM to their furnlHh iiijf ovood + dapstrUnolL Will mil you one ilufjiI No old took all now anti up to ditto lr ItolMirt Holm tho clover and 1ixipiilnr young grocery clerk loft Mon 11or Arkansas noar Mumphlx whpru Ito will hnvo olutrgo of tho get inil store of the Honiuo niantou Lum her Co- D iISolid sliver Thimbles at BUCKS andovwy thing iu prop ortion lien A K Wilson of lAulsvlllo t Hepublloan and speaker of National1 reputation will address the people of Fulton uounty at Hlekman on tho 21th iiint at 7 Ip tnjin behalf of MoKinluy ICoosuvolt unit Vtirkos Miss ICato Olhlw of Chattanooga hua been visiting the fatally of Mr 11 M later this week Sho Iis also visiting her father ox Secretary of State Chas N llblw who lives on the Pueket place near Hiukman Tho morchanlH of Hloktnnn have put In the biggest utooks of merchandise they over carried and tho quality cur tainly gives the people a rare op ortu nltv for genuine lbargains Hlckmau ila now tho plnco to trade loylland us tho subscription price of any newspaper or magazine and save yourself the tlmo and trouble ot tanking n Hopnrnto remittance Wohandlothem I nil WILSONS BOOK Stuns Mrs Jennnotlo Walker grandmo thor of Mrs lluf us IFields and mother of oho Into Mrs Thomas MoMuhnn died nt thin family homo in West Hlckmun ou Wednesday She was about 85 years of age Sho was a kindly old lady and ninny years ago well known to many of our people May her soul rest In peace SPECIALSFOR 1 lot Fancy Calicoes 4c Heavy yard wide Drown Domestic 6c Good yard wide Blenched Domestic 60 BALTZERti DODDSS 1 r We start the Fall Business in earnest Each department is now full to overflowing with the choicest Fall and Winter Merchandise and BARGAINSas Ever are Jreva1ent New Dress Goodsrd- It will pay you well to give careful at tention to the following 61 Inch highly finished Venitiun and Broad Cloths all now shades C 1 Ct- nt 1115 stud OAAU 61 Inch heavy Plaid Backs Meltons Tan 75dll50cuot or35eShirtU7 Inch French Flannel Pastel shades 75coodllrnlxedull50cwool Silk and- Flannel Waist 5MuttonsPOlkll15cDolHLieu of Wool and Cashmere Waist hand JO1AsDomct Gownsx Nice lino Fancy tutu Solid Colors at 75oto81ro Kid Gloves 1 lot Lndlds Kid Gloves Hlaolw and Colors nt T8e Skirts Ladles Dress Skirts nice assort- mentPricos8100 to OlIO Wo ul o have n lino of tho RAINY DAY SKIIt1- S1Ii11illery We show u handsome lino ot ready to wmr nook Hat in all tho now ItfUHtti and color at inualt lose prices hitn othom au- kSHOES 0marOnnt Ito hoot at tho price DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING IN FULTON COUNTY 1111 BRADBURN Ilickman Saturday Out 20th 1 p in Fulton Saturday Oat 20th T p m- Othttr prominent Domocrutrf will spook it the following times and picas Montgomery Sohool Hout Friday 7 p in tWaton Sohool Hondo Monday Oil find 71 tit- 1airviuty School lions Tineday Oat 20117 p m- Stowus School House TuHHlny Out 2ftrd 7IIIMadridf Mend School House Wednos day Oct JMth 7 p in till Thurs 1 Ilsoj I Kdmixton Sohool House IFriday Oat 30th 7 p m Liberty Sohool House Monday Oat Wth 7 p in- Woodlawn Sohool HouSo Tutedav Out 80th 11p m Taylor School honed Wodnoaday Oct 81st lirown p IIIII 1st 7 n IIII1 I Nov 2nd p Lot ovary Otto WhO is ItiUirastod in State nUll National niFnlrs attend thuso lIIaut I iugsDttit COUNTY CON Rally at Cayce All tho voters of Cayce product and t ns ninny other citizens ns will are ro quota to moat at Onyuo with tho Jell orson Dem Club on Wednesday Out 217 Ip III Business of great interest to every voter of the county Good speak ers have promised to ho present A It JOHNSON frost Jeff Dem Club Keys Appointments lieu lion Keys Populist and opposi tion noininoo to Whoelor has tho follow lug appointments Moscow lllokmau county Saturday October 20 Cavco Fulton county Monday October 22- Alosuudor Fulton county Tuesday October 23 r rFor Rout Parker place to rout Apply to C l BALTZKU TUB Scott county grand jury returned an indictment against Ueorgo Franklin Weaver tho strolling barber for false swearing in tho trial of tho Common wealth agulust Caleb Powers LAItE and MISSES Jackets Capes and Furs In this department wo show a big collection at tho riRht Prises Ladies Nobby TnrkfN 111 inches long double breasti il and Pearl Buttons in good Black and limoI Kersey sit rAat Lino Ladie short aokoUiI double breast ed Ponrl buttons hCtIt quality Kor sey In Tan Ilrow u Black nud G-reyfrom050to 1000 Misses Junkets nice lino nil colors 5 to 12 yours ranging in prico from 8150 to 500- Nico hits Child Rectors Uod Blue nUll Croon 2 to 0 yours trout 8125 to sW1 lUg linoOliildH Long Cloaks tondo of Ontiug Flauuel and llrollt1- olotlL8Crom76o to 8dOO Infants White Ciuhmero Long Cloaks iKKiutifuHy ombroidoriod OlVoof Ladles Fur Collarettes in tho city from S150 to 8750 Also u lino of Far Scurfs from 160to 460 Dressing SacquesRli- lonlowu Hod Blno nut Pink lrrjBattcnbnrg Patterns RJ to JW- oAko u complete lino of Braids lint tons and brand SPECIALSFOR Good t4I Clothing Mous- CLOTlINlU ttgltDlr- lccwC11IdSuttia1o0to y154-l Rugs thorn Corsets Seasonable STEPHENS MITH Reasonable FURNITURE OUT 1rt PHICEI V ON OFTHEG OD TArt oar big Belo the pleat few 81000 Solid BBDROOM Ut1at85at07C 075lit100 315at7W 500I1o150atUSIBeautiful cheap limas mmuled tUIlNt STEPHENS SMITH Undertakers Goods XEtJHOS VICTIM DEAD Peddler Was Annulled Lake County PUSHPS Awny The Greek Jew peddler who was knocked in tho head and robbed by n negro In Lake county Tuna some two stud for which tho negro was taken from the Tlptonvillo jail by n mob and died after about n weeks HUfToriug and his remninH were Interred at Crockett in Lako county There wow tinge of sadness and illustration of brotherly love surrounding the poor follows misfortune At time ho was Waylaid and knocked the head there were seven other peddlers lathe county and as they learned of tho maunder they wont to him nursed him tenderly ilnd rendered every assistance possible Tho murdered man whoso name near could be learned was uncut had n sister also peddling but whereabouts wore unknown until the night following his burial when she was found at Oblon ignorant of the accident that hud befallen only relative this side of fur oil Athens Canton Flannel 50IHood quality Flannelette 8 CN All Wool Twill Red Plan nel 15 cents Boys al and OVERCOATS We show complete lino at tho 000 alswp Siitifi 300 to 1050 bmt fall to see onr lino of Over e for Boys and Men I lot Bogs oxtra heavy Bloyclo hose sip 0 to 0 regular price 25 cents fIlot Ldlofj Cotton iloccclincd Vests oxto value for 15o Wa headquarters for Rues and I shw the newest nut prettiest Pat teas JDout fail to see IV 1GO to 000 ff Airry only popular brands t ali uimouV Glove Fitting and1 tAmerican Lady If Soir American Lady NEW Straight Mont II 100 Iit lOo Uonstt in tho city AD AM I a SOME THINGS f ti from oltnnup 1 row llnve a yet of the Osk SBTS 1 fV g t l Ti I II 00 I 1 pe and Artlstlu and acdl K BEDS 1 t Furniture L Who In weeks ago hanged n an the in in as soon ns us her perfectly her a ts L the at low Pall GaooIe JUST ARRIVED Oatmeal Kraut liolledjOats Pickles Quaker Outs Mustard CrTipu Nuts Salads Buckwheat Flour Grits I hominyII AU kind of Canned Goods L P 3 W S Ellison Telephone 30 Quick Delivery Notice Ml parties indebted to mo by note or account will pletso como forward at once mud sottoI up This means you 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Good and Pure Whiskey well other goods in that line and solicit a TUI JORDER WR am soil hereby Four uipxks contents Whoa receive expense 1 This W bo Apply A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker niOKMAN KENTUOKY f1IVE ME A TRIAL when you want pf Ulackgrallhlng done or repair ID epeclaltyIUndortakers Goods J Common Rosewood and Solid Black Wftlnnt Coffins and Cases which oaa be fitted up In abort notice and at reasonable prices dire ma a call KA Bhop near the Jails l a- o 1 pi 1 PRACTICAL LESSONS I Dr Talmage Preaches a Sermon fo Young Men The Temptntlon of College Life b SuKKCitlnn for Thmr Who Are Required to Leave Their Home Emrlr Trnlnlnie k ItCopyright 1900 by Louis Klopsch I Dr Tnlmage staid In iondou to occu py the famous Wesley pulpit In the n City Ifoad chapel where he had preached several tunes before oho sI receiving a hearty welcome Thence t he went to Ireland preaching In lie fast and Dublin The discourse he hasI 1sentthis week describes the behavioi of n young man awny from home andI suggests practical lessons for people of uVery age and class The text ii- I It I Dunlol 1 5 And the king appointed thorn a daily provision of the kings moat and of the wine which he drank BO nourishing them three years that at the end thereof they might stand fibetore the king ilyI text opens the door of a college i In Babylon and Introduces you to a young student 17 years jf age Daniel by name He not surprised if in the college you find many hilarities Put Ca hundred young men together and they are sure to have a good time There is no harm in that God docs not write J 1 1outthe trees anti the grass and theI blossoms in dull prose The old robin I does not sit moping in the nest because J I of the chirpings and the lively aden tures of the fledglings that have just begun to fly Do not come into an I orchard looking for winter apples on a IaymornlngJJ But Daniel of the text is fur from be ing gay What oppressive thoughts must have come over him as he remembered that he was a captive In a 1 1 strange landl The music that came into his study window taps not the song of Zion but the sound of flute sackbut and dulcimer in the wozshipofc the heathen god Moreover he had no hope of getting back home again and a meeting those who had missed himm long and bitterly wondering If hehwere still alive and finding many a luxury tasteless because they did not know but Daniel might be lacking bread Then you and I were in school or colII lege and the vacation approached we j were full of bright anticipation and we could not study the last day ondIwe could not study the last night Thetlexicon and the philosophical npple I ratus were transparent so we could sec right through them into the meadows and the orchards Not so with poort Daniel He did not know that be should escapingr 1 the loved ones would be dead and he would go wandering and weeping I among the sepulchers of his fathers 1 Besides that the king tried to makeII him forget his home and forget his country for that purpose actually 1 changed his name The king wanted him to be a prodigy in personal opc pearance and so he ordered meat and wine sent from his own table to DanielI but Daniel refuses all this and puts I himself upon the humblest diet the I poorest of all herbs called pulse anddplain water Iris attendants cry out I against this and tell him he will perc ish under such a diet No he saysIyou try us for ten days and if at the I end of that time you are not full cheeked and robust as any it will be 1 surprising Ten days pass along and students come up for examination and all declare that none are so ruddy andII robust as Daniel and his fellow cap 1 tives The days of industrious pupilII Ly age and the years pass by and thejj f day of graduation has come and Daniel gets his diploma signed by theIking and reading as follows In aUImatters of wisdom and understanding that the king inquired of them he found them ten times better than all 1 the magicians and astrologers that were in all his realm And so Dan iel took the first honor and here theIstory ends for Daniel the student hereIafter will be Daniel the prime minis ter The first thought suggested to me menaI enemies There is a captivity more galling than the one in which Daniel was transported it is the captivity of evil habit Men do not go into that wittingly Slyly and Imperceptibly- are the chains forged upon them andI one day they wake up to find them I selves away down in Babylon CruaIafterward consented that some of lIfsI captives should return and 20000 of them accepted the opportunity butI tell me what evil habit ever consented to let n man go Ten plagues made Pharaoh consent to the departure of Gods people but tell me what Phar aoh of evil habit ever cheerfully consented to let any of its victims go thoughtheyare scorpion whips that tear the flesh they are spikes more bloody than the path of a Brahman they make the poisonous robe of Nessus they are the sepulchers in which millions are burled alive The young are in more peril because they are unsuspecting The lions arc asleep in their soul and their power is not suspected The time when a ships company makes mutiny is when the watchman Iis off his guard When a spider meets aIfly it does not say Go down with me to the place where I murder insects No it sasCome and take a bright morning walk with me onI this suspension bridge of glitteringJ gossamer Oh there is a difference between the sparkle of n serpents eye and the eiish of its slimy folds There is a difference between the bears pow toying with u kid and the uzvkJiu of the bones in the tcrritfc Ihug Ikee peak looks beautiful In the distance but ask the stoned travelers by the roadside what they think of Pikes peak Are there- r those around whom suspicious com panions are gathered Do their jests and their entertainments make the hours go blithely by when you are with them tare you taken a sip from their cup of sin or gone with them in one path of unrighteousness Turn back From Babylon they came nnd to Babylon they would curry you If so many plague stricken men would like to enter your companion ship before anyone is allowed to pass Into the Intimacy of your heart put 1on them severest quarantine Let me say to those Christian parents who are doing their best In the educa tion of their children Take good heart your sons this morning may be for away from you and in n distant city but God to whom you dedicated thorn will take care of them The God of Daniel will take care of them far away In Babylon Train up n child in the way he should go anti when he Is old nm1wonderhe is done with this life you comm nded him to God he balngI back again for I put the the right place and on the worth old when I repent that passage and say Train up a child In the way he should go and when he Is old he will not depart from it May you all have the glorious satisfaction of seeing your j children walk In paths of righteousness and peace One with them on earth may you be one with them In Heaven But I learn also from this subject the beauty of Christian sobriety The meat and the wine that were to come to Daniels table were to come from the kings table Well Daniel had no right to take that food The king was a heathen and like nluhe heathens WAS accustomed to ask blessings before he partook of food anti in that blessing they always dedicated the food to the gods So that if Daniel hind taken this food he would have broken the law which forbade the taking of fool dedi ated to idols He chose pulse It was steatite that he did not dwindle There Is nothing in pulse such poor herb to make n man ruddy and Some tpeople tnlk as though that were a kind of diet which would make a man swarthy and competent to do the duties of this life That is not the lesson ht nil Hut for a pos five miracle Daniel would have dwindled away and when God for his self denial puts upon him this benediction puts n benediction upon all Chris sobriety I would not have you your preacher among those who would put unnecessary restraint upon lawful appetites There are those in day who dispute the grant which God gave to man for animal food and they make a religion of their hunger as the Pharisees expected leaven for their fasting Daniel did not always live on pulse He was not a Grohamlte he was not a vegetarian He went through that selfdenial because the food offered him was Idolatrous food When I see God filling the earth with all varieties of food I have not much confidence In the teaching of those who would put us on severe regimen They parents who with a wrong theory In this respect deny their children all harmless luxuries nnd without sum ent Inquiry send them out to boon Ing schools where their intellects are cultivated to the disadvantage of their starved bodies so that from many a boarding school a class of 20 will graduate 10 of thorn ghosts Now when I see the three angels eating the calf which Abraham slew and when I find Christ eating broiled fish even after Ills resurrection 7 come to the conclusion that the theories of the vegetarian are not from a religious standpoint well foundedBut oh how many temptations to dissipation I With so many things to tempt the appetite how many tempts lions to gluttony faith so many spark ling beverages how much temptation to drunkenness Could I bring before you this morning the mothers and the wives nnd the sisters who have wept at the graves of the Inebriate your soul would be overpowered with the spectacle Could I show you the manly forms robbed of their beauty the eye flashings quenched In the wine cup the ruddy cheek from which rum has wormed the rose your soul would recoil with horror and you would rise up nnd cry Begone thou dream of hellCharles Lamb who made all the world laugh at his humor and then afterward made nil the world weep at his fate who outwitted everybody and was at last outwitted of his own appetites wrote thus The waters have gone over me but out of the depths could I be heard I would cry out to all those who have set foot in the perilous flood Could the youth to whom the flavor of the first wine Is delicious as the opening scenes of his life or the entering upon some newly discovered paradisecould he look Into my desolation and be made to understand what a dreary thing it is wlien a man shall feel himself go- Ing down a precipice with open eyes and a passive will to Ace his destruc lion and have no power to stop it yet feel it all the way emanating from himself to see all godliness empty out of him nnd yet not able to forget the time when It was other- wIse to bear about the piteous spec ladle of his own ruincould he see my feverish eye feverish with last nights drinking and feverishly look ing for tonights repetition of that follycould he but feel the body of the death out of which I cry hourly with feeble outcry to be delivered it were enough to make him dash the sparkling beverage to the earth in all the pride of its mantllngteraptation Arc you fond of pictures Here Is cne drown by Solomon Who both woe Who hath sorrow Who hnth contentions Who huth babbling Who path wounds without cause They that tarry long at therPiaaj they that go to seek mixed wiae look not thou upon the wine when it is red when it uioveth itself aright in the cup At the last it bltcth liken serpent and stingcth like an ai derDo you know what you are etoI ing said a mother who had btvcn II into n restaurant the door 1 looked r against her her son inside Sho al1let up to the counter and saw the thallir of the restaurant mingling tho Intas Ildltof yon you Xo said he I dont Says Ihellii You are fattening graveyards My subject also Impressed me with the beauty of youthful character re maining incorrupt away from home If Daniel hind plunged into every wick ednoss of the city of Babylon tits old folks at home would never have heard of it If ho had gone through all the rounds of iniquity it vould t have cast no shadow on his eitrly home There were no telegraphs there were no railroads hut Daniel knew that l Gods eye was on him That wss enough There are young men not 10 good away from home as at home Frederick tending his lathers shoe airibn the hills or thrashing rye in the barn is different perhaps from Fred crick OR the stock exchange Instead of the retiring disposition there is bald IpldHIlrtselfiahnesit11 Instead of open handed charity there I rJlonable t I speak to many young men on tUs still yeefathersunder the parental roof ore I 1 lag forward to the tune when you M go forth to conflict alone In this war with Its temptations and Its 10rro1 and when you will build up your own Dut4mlgntII think the most thrilling passage tItnesj novelty and the romance of the this may keep him from any keen sorre thedestructionwith high hope cannot help but be I IIrfathtrs kindly ohlded and although aeat times he thought the restraint rafter bitter and rather severe In his chi y moments he acknowledged it nllutary and righteous Through the I flue nee of metropolitan friends tIe fohisthe young man come the night bofcre his departure to bid farewell to tnj adventurer The morning of lift g phtoJ comes upon sonic oujcct that stag a tear some old familiar pine li iff no one sees the tear The tr nkYf put upon the wagon the young man is off for the city He is set down amid excitements and amid assoriatei who are not overoareful about their words and thoughts and actions Morning comes No family altar Sabbath como Xo rural quiet The sanctuary comes but all the faces are strange and no one cares whether he comes to church or docs not come On his way home from the store he sees a placard announcing a rare and vivacious amusement lIe hat ao greeting nt the door of the boarding house lie has no appetite for the food Xo one cares whether he eats or does not ent rather he would not 1 eatIt is cheaper After the tea he goes into the parlor takes up a book finds It dull no sister to look over it with him Goes upstairs to his room In the third story finds It cold Inltt uninviting and In despair he anises out caring for nothing but to ret thinkingHe nf it He has started out on the dark tea where the gleam of the Joy is the laughterisOh how many graves there are in the country churchyard which If tier could speak would tell of young tea who went oft with high hopes ind came back blasted end crushed to dim Dr grace the sepulcher of their fatbfnl And yet this exodus must go on As from distant hills the river are IIkeIdistant country places the streams of WIllrdown j Tow thoroughfaresrail car will be young men going fortIPto seek their fortunes In our greet In lcpthemthey were In Jerusalem Forget sot 0 my young friend In the great Itll ports the moral and religious prin Ily ciples Inculcated by parental oicl tilde and if today niited In the house to1rlyChrlltlanwhom you ore mot indebted antI God that old npr1nthemtliOhope In throughtheany shouldbringor prove recreant to the love of n mother The dramatist made no ex tin aggeration when he exclaimed How sharper thnn a serpents tooth it li thltGoda till young people to take to heart the les or BndIfdongerofandtJl effaceable and that there is thing beautiful In Christian sobrietysomefr attrnetjyeneSIn It of willbeeverlasting htbecamet W r 1 USELliSS PHILIPPINE WAR lcliliiley IVmlilent Pulley of Subjucntlon liy Mllllnr Cnnquel fiiftpatcliett from the Plitlipplnen arc authentic They are from our own ttticr there and they make known n trrriule condition of affairs Over antI r it has iMen iiHgertcd by the nd ministration that the wur there Is Hided Now our ofllcers arc calling fr more men raying the present rrett nre Inadequate to meet the In invents and compel MibintMilon One iHHly of 00 iInI toil Stales soldiers vts compelled on Monday to tight for iliiir liven with 1000 entrenched nnd inned FillplnoH with n Iowa of about oiu third of their number lira Muc Vrtliur pays n glowing tribute to their JhiToie defense the splendid rri Knsc or the men Hut compliment do not give UM back our dead and line words lo not heal nundn or reiitoro lost health Them aver n few weeks ago In the Philip Intll about 05000 United States nol nevi There IK nearly that number iiitre now growing manlier by fatal in s numbering from 40 to 130 every ark If there were no politico tmbellev rn to satisfy and no pride of Wig nd mmintnitlon to outer to does one Link that thte inenllean Hiterlfloc niiuhl be tolerattfdf We imiilr a tear lot1 iMtMfilrHlattoB when we undertook he stihjujraileA of them l tandif anti Wry have lwotwll nn wcponrfw bunion and the death of thouiwnil of young morn The gRIM i18 nut worth the earnt111h 1MONEY TALKS What does it all amount to It as been a costly experiment and the ooner we ore out of it the better That are 10COO000 Filipino to OftJOO Americans and especially when the ond1llon Involve constant and terri jle blnodnhrd The country In not Allh McKinley In his persistent policy subjugation by military conquest IK not in harmony with American visas and UM utter failure In steadily augmenting the growth of nntllm pcrlalloni anti making voted for this democratic potty everywhere Provi deuce 1 It I Telegram YALE PROFESSOR FOR BRYAN Grorjte T I nil it la Aanlnit lin- prrlalUm After IIU Trlpln HIP Val Went George TI Ladd head prnf ymnr of the department of phllonophy and psy etiology at Vale university who has just returned tram n trip around the orld has become nn ardent unfits Aerialist Through his personnl1 Investi gallons Into conditions In the far cost rof Ladd spent about four montlm Japan and the whole of one win ter In India nnd came into contact with the foremost educators and statesmen of the orient lit personal looked Into condition In the rest anti the proxptcts for American and western civilization tad linn come to the conclusion that America In malt ing n grout mistake to enter the Phil IpplncR UK ruler nod noirmor Prof Ladd said- rho attitude of the Unltid States retaining the Philippines Is en tirely unjustifiable It was from the very beginning wrongI moment when the our government forced Spain the islands It Is impolitic Im moral and contrary to all of our tra ditions The chances aretnl the Filipinos will nhvnyH Keep In rebellion they either hove cfgov rntncnt nre exterminated Another thing that is making the people tired of Hannalum IK thu tact that the galls trust IK Kclllng Its product to the mnrket of 1Kitropc om 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than sells time snarl goods to the people the United States Thin IK the worn testimony of the secretary of the trust given before the IIndustrial cnmniivxion nt n recent hearing Kco kuk ConstitutionDemocrat t i MKINLEY OR BRYAN It la Kllhrr the lleittitillc ir the Umpire Which Will Vow Vote Fort lather Bryan or MoKlnloy will be elected president the first Tuesday after the first Monilny of next tnnnlli Hither the republic or the empire will be Indorsed If Ilrynn wins It will menu the end of n war of conqucMt for unholy greed If MeKlnley wins it will menu that thnt Will will go on thnt Amrrlunn ideals will be rvpiullntrd that nation nl fnith will be betrayed tint time rights of innn will be denied that the Declaration of Independent will became n mere mockery that tilt con tltntlon will be ignored that polyg fitly nnd slavery will be endorsed und that nil for which we have stood amt of which we hnve wanted nod of which we hnve lbeen honestly proud during a hundred und wentyfiv years 0111011 outs nut lofnl history will be put be hind tin for n mean und Ignoble nmbl Unit The citizen niiwt choose lit many affect to believe that there In sugar other duty before him IJHI that of de chUng between the republic mid the empire Hut If he shall vote for any other man than for Bryan he will vote to Mtrcngthftn the nnn of ImpertnUmn audio cripple that of free government Time Iwme cannot IK dodged It In wither the rwjHibllc or Itime eniilre 1ifchI shall It IHS Which tines the dtlien want If he dtfwlrta time republic to stand he must vote for 1 trya it If he IK onrtlMM whether It alniiil or fall he may vote for anybody else or fall or refuse to vote nt nil Anil dint will lie ltia contribution to the coming of the Man on Hornelmck AGAINST LABOR UNIONS The Trust and hit Iteiinlillmni Are Together Attain t the Worklnnman The conceAlonn offered by the hard coal trust to UN striking miners em pluiNlze the fact that tilt real war Ila on organized labor The coal trust IIn bent upon time destruction of the Unit ed Mine Worker of America Mark llahna ban nhovn thnt there Iis- n close alliance between the coal trust and the republican party In the Interest of time latter the former quick ly agreed to pay the mlnern n trifle more money Hut it tied n string to thin agreement It would pay the ad vance Yes Hut It would do this only an the prier of disunion And llanna accepted time condition- So the miners mummy get n paltry trim per cent Increase of wages through Mark Ilaiinna powerful Influence If limey will consent to destroy their own organization And when their organ Ialion has been destroyed they may then accept any terms thconi trust shall see fit to offer They will then be powerless to resist Organized labor may make up Its mind to this Organized monopoly has decreed Its destruction And the action of Murk llanna In accepting J Plerpont Morgans condition following President McKlnleyn suppression of unionism In Idaho with United States troops nt the behest of the Standard Oil trust Indicate plainly enough thnt organized tabor has Its deadliest foe In time republican party Itepuhllrnn OhnnuliiR View The republicans lined to be for bl metalliiuii now they nre for the gold standard Hcpubllcnnn used to be lieve In the greenback now they have to turn over nnd say that they believe that bunk notes lire better They lined alto believe in the Income tux now they are against tilt Income tax They lined to oppose the trusts now they defend tthe trusts They lined to be ngnlnst a large standing army now they are for n large standing army They used to be opposed to a large natlnrvO debt now they stand for a currency system thnt can only lie per perpetualdebtWI111am ri7c Iii T PATH OF MONAHOHY Being Followed by the Republican Party Says Bryan Presidential CmiilMate Alhhrt nllonnl Aoclntlon of Demo oracle OullaVt of Mlll tarliiu William 3 Bryan addressed the Na tional AftKoctntlon of Domoorntto altib 1 In convention nt rinlniinNilln Tlmra day October tI KjHiiiklng upon time truKtm inllltarlHiu nnd other prom inent qucatlonn He aalth New York lies a repulillann governor end n republican legislature and you re nubllenni who have been worrying an mueh atwut the loe trust can lust ease your mind for as long as the governor la out o west maklnff iipecchea YOm nifty lam mitre no bt4y Iis being heard In New York Why I It la tlmt ne puMlnnn know HnythlnK about the HinmUni Oil boat or the sugar trust or the salt trust or the cracker trust or Intel or the envetajHi 4trusttriwt In Iha paper that repahllean editors tae te write M Heroine of the trusts upon Why doat they know about these trotIs It dtahanraty or hi It Ignorance Why ta It that aa republican apeaka out again any trust esrehil the lee toilet sad why IU It that the repuWMear In barge tit net destroy that w yea lieu believe henna when he says there are no trut T The repvMleaa party U not prepared to nefend liMit en the trait nuMttan there for they try la gat It out of the aampalijn TIM repMhMcaa party is not preiwrad to do 9fMHl itself an the army iue tl6n They say there le na liueallea of mlMtarUm sad yet an army tour times lIa great aa the taml laIC army at MM la dtnandd br the pra ideate meMHiR of Demhr MM Haw much de we ltelMl for dNeallaa la the Uaftttl States Iee than 1M l year Haw much do tha repubHaana wantlta spend an air inlHtary MtaMlahmwlT One hundred mllNaa dallan a year Yay west to spend more than halt aa much far a military witaWtahnwNt as wa ipawt far the eO aatlaa at all the eWWrm ta UM United RtatM U that net a step tsward mMlmrlmT What raaaon an thwr give far tiT They earn oaly give one That U bps ana they da net give llrntuni fur large Army There are two rwaeon whkh laad mtn tn thto Aintry te want a hers MairftaR army ORe U a dmelke the ether u coaaeotad with tar f rlKa aftalrm What oame le tows to then tar a large stay Ta prataa M tram the laMaMT No lha IlaM ImHaaa wu have the more army the ipemldleas hefty west TIM hi aMt the- Ca WIa r d they west It Ho that they aaa hwiId a tort tear e vets IIsrgm day sad usa the arwy ta sepprrea Ny foraa tha sIN aaataat tkat miclii to be awrttf by ramacMl todsNtlarho I r mea asks tar arWttsfttan sad g U an army he asks toilet test ate e inmaftt by iaaelta sad gets a jaifa army he ask pratecttoa tram the Mack IIM ami Mr aaawer taa larxaarmy her aka ahorlar ha ra af laaar fa anise that he may have mar time with hH ramNr aMt tat Ute evata i niit af hit mta4 sad his aittwar la a large cellar Us asks far Imps wtlaUaa ta tM itrviMeaf eaWael is ar a r thin tabor may be protect slid his awmw la a loge army That la tha dontelle reuse whtah IIs not plvao sad yet II la a rases e tartala4 hr seamy that la the masse they give 7 TIter MI wo sd It lruse torNaa pNey bat My triewl they aatart tar the Mraly hafara the Amertaaa pese ever MaMad uiwa a faralen pwNcy that wed a targa stair necessary 1ft camber HOT when tIN pttMMant asked tar heti army the treaty had amt yet bees siaeisdl tat M t rma weee tMMlar steed Wham the repabllean eoaiiroM wud ta raise the array le WXCW UM treaty hank been sidled sad so arm was ralid agalaet this italics anywhere In the world Hut up la this time the Amerlaan peairia Iwvu never rated tot a cotonhil pelley and yet t the retmbHean IMrtf s pledged to a large army What lioN It want with It It In toads ta cxpMt the IhlMpplan islands ash It rau west to undvrntawd the reaaetM tar a large army road the pratpectiH toned by the Phlllpirtne Lumber sad Devalap meat eesnpenY Illntno Hrinocrnl You wilt Nnd that at time head et the rellJIhanmemtaI the army committee at the homes af row entatlve acid another republics aim jfTwwman lit ntmtney for the company aid1 j the protpectu chew that already volushle timber hind have been secured and h- lfOPIP s elm dsplalns that the labor e asIy wrfved beaus i there IU a f Chlneno labor there that ottnbe at frem SO to li cent a dy In M xloAn money Whit de you want un army loot To held the Philippine while e they are being developed by yndtoatei headed by republican tmlltleUn The republlcaM say the reason we are In the rhlllpplnei the reason our boys era dying the reason a large army IU neea ary the reason we cannot rome home IU because I helped to ratify the treaty My friends I want you to GO hack a few mo menus and you will Wad that the republican party said we were In the Philippine IIs land becauie of the act of God and It la a great comedown from God to me It I la U I time hand of Clod that takes us to the Phil ippine Islands why do time republicans want to lay It to a democrat It It Iis wellfto bo there If U Ila n part of oho divine mil lion why dont they defend the beW there They claim to be silent partnV with the Almighty but the troimie I that they make all the rose and thu tar the Almighty haabeon the sttmtirtar Now they say the war wouu up u u hero not for the democratic pr They ay thai the Kllplno would lay down their arms but for the hope they lmsvr that 1 may hel elected MY irUndm whencvir a tcpHalla an tells you that you tell him that thu colonist fought the same battle that time Filipinos are tlghtlnc and they did It nearly 1110 years before I was born The republican party Is following time paUla of monarchy It does notpropoio Itrr liner but It proposes a principle upon only a king can stand U dues not prupuiu u crown but It propove a doctrine that 01111rlit nothing but a crown The republican i party has done In Porto Ittco Jimt what England did In thla Country And our prul 1 dent laI doing today lust what Ucorge HI did a century and n quarter ago What dlf f 1 fcrenco doer It matter whither you call him prenldtnt or emperor or king If head mtnUter the power of a kings N i J Hnnnu untiouncus In New York that the west U not waking up UK he expected tiiiUrr his alarm erica of dOlilgel The west Is vakliiff uji the other way Chicago Chronicle There lire two things In Mr Dry ons campaign method which com inn ud the hearty approval of everybody One lit that he does not nbusu anyone In his kptrohcH nnd the other In that he insists that his opponents shall have every opportunity to express their views There was never a fairer or franker candidate for the highest of fice In the gift of the American people The Catholic University of America opened nt YaKhngton D C for the largestmaskenrolled by Its E I PRACTICAL LESSONS I Dr Talmage Preaches a Sermon for Young Men- The I It I Temptation of College Ilf HnKKOtlnn fur Those Who Are j ncqolred to Leave Their t Home Early TralnluK CopyrlKht 1900 by Louis IlopscbJJJ Dr tnlmnge staid In London to occu py the famous Wesley pulpit in the I City Ifoad chapel where ho hade preached several times before always receiving a hearty welcome Thence he went to Ireland preaching in Ucl fast and Dublin The discourse he has sent tide week describes the behavior of a young man away from home nnd suggests practical lessons for i cople of evtry nge and class The text Is Dutild 1 5 And the king appointed thorn a dally provision of the kings moat nnd of the wine which he drank BO nourishing them three years that at the end thereof they might stand before the king My text opens the door of a collegeb in Babylon and Introduces young student 17 years Jf age Daniel by name lie not surprised if in the college you find many hilarities Put F a hundred young men together and go they are sure to have a good time There is no harm in thnt God docs not write out the trees and the grass nnd the blossoms in dull prose The old robin doesiiiotsit moping In time nest because t of the chirpings nnd the lively adven tures of the fledglings that have just begun to fly Do not come into nn orchard looking for winter apples on a to IamornlngkBut Daniel of the test Is fur from be to Ing gay What oppressive thoughts must have come over him as he remembered that he was a captive In a j camejsong of Zion but the sound of flute saekbut and dulcimer In the worship of cathehope of getting back home again and a meeting those who hind missed him long nnd bitterly wondering Iif he n hewereluxury tasteless because they did not know but Daniel might be lacking brft1dedo noWhenItllegewere full of bright anticipation andde we could not study the last day nnd He thlcxiconm rates were transparent eo we could seeWI right through them into the meadows thDanIelever escape from captivity or escaping he did not know but when he got home the loved ones would be dead and he would go wandering nnd weeping among the sepulchers of his fathers he tIJhimcountry for that purpose actually changed his name The king wanted all him to be a prodigy In personal op pearance and so he ordered meat nmlw wine sent from his own table to Danielal albutt Inhimselfpoorest of all herbs called pulse and plain water Ills attendants cry out against this nnd tell him he will cuIshyou try us for ten days and if at the end of that time you are not fullIIcheeked and robust as any it will beIsurprising Ten days pass along 8mIw students come up for examination and all declare that none are so ruddy and Daniel tIitlvesne and the fcdayj tel his diploma signed the dlkingmatters of wisdom and understanding that the king inquired of them he found them ten times better than all the magicians and astrologers tlantyy were in all his realm And so DanwleI took the first honor and here the atstory ends for Daniel the student hereafter will be Daniel the prime minis slhThe first thought suggested to me this Is that CleI enemies There Is a captivity more galling than the one in which Daniel up was transported it is the captivity ofI evil habit Men do not go into that wittingly Slyly and imperceptibly the chains i alielves away down in Babylon Cyrus afterward consented that some of his captives should return nnd 50000 of them accepted the opportunity but tell me what evil habit ever consented j t1PharaohGods people but tell me what Phar Is Boh of evil habit ever cheerfully con his sented to let any of Its victims go 10theyare scorpion whips that tear the it t latmake the poisonous robe of Ncssus the the ytlionsTho young arc in more peril be cause they are unsuspecting The t lions arc asleep in their soup and their power Jis not suspected 1lIetl time when a ships company makes i nimutinyI his guard When a spider meets a tifly it does not say Go down with f me to the place where I murder InIIsects No it sasComc and take a bright morning walk with me onIt this suspension bridge of glittering thgossamer41 between the sparkle of a serpents eye and the cnsh of its slimy folds There Is a rfilcrence between the bears paw toying with u kid and the crzckJiug if the bones in the tvrriUc 44- j hug likei peak looks beautiful iIn the distance but ask the starved travelers by the roadside what they think of Pikes peak Are there those second whom suspicious com panion are gathered Do their jests and their entertainments make the hours go blithely by when you ore alpefrom their cup of sin or gone with them In one path of unrighteousness Turn back From Habylon they came and to Babylon they would carry you so many plague stricken men would like to enter your companion ship before anyone is allowed to pass Into the Intimacy of your heart put them severest quarantine Let me say to those Christian parents who are doing their best In the education of their children Take good heart your sons this morning may be far away from you and in n distant city but God to whom you dedicated them will take care of them The God of Dnnlel will take core of them far stray In Babylon Train upn child In the way he should go and when he is old DllljllwanderI Ifconun11dcdI If I the right place anti on the worth old I when I repeat that passage and IayI Train up a child in the way he should and when he Is old he will not deIport from It May you all have the 1 t glorious satisfaction of seeing your II children walk in path of righteousness 11 enrthllmnI the beauty of Christian sobriety The j meat and the wine thnt were to come Daniels table were to come from the I table Well Daniel had no rightI take that food The king was a heathen undo like al K he heathens was accustomed to auk blessings before he partook of food nnd in that blessing they always dedicated the food to the gods So that if Daniel had taken this food he would have broken the lowll which forbade the taping of food dedi ted to idols He chose pulse It was miracle that he did not dwindle away There is nothing in pupae suchdpoor herb to make n man ruddy and althful Some people tnlk ns though that were a kind of diet which would make a man swarthy and competent to the duties of this life Thnt is the lesson at all lint for n pos miracle Daniel would have dwin away and when God for his self puts upon him this benediction puts n benediction upon all Chris sobriety I would not have youhyour preacher among those put unnecessary restraint upon- lawful appetites There are those in toy who dispute the grant whichlgave to man for animal l ofthelrhungerasI was not n vegetarian He went that self dennl because the offered him was idolatrous food When I see God filling the earth with varieties of food I hare not much confidence in the teaching of those oho put us on severe regimen They parents who with n wrong theory this respect deny their children all luxuries and without suffi- cIent inquiry send them out to board- Ing schools where their Intellects are ltivated to the disadvantage of their bodies so that from many a boarding school a doss of SO will grad 10 of them ghosts Now when see the three angels eating the calf Abraham slew and when I find Christ eating broiled fish even after His resurrection 1 come to the conclusion the theories of the vegetarian are from n religious standpoint well nut oh how many temptations to- ssipation With so many things to tempt the appetite how many temptations to gluttony 1 ith so many sparkling beverages how much temptation- to drunkenness Could I bring before this morning the mothers and the and the sisters who have wept the graves of the inebriate your soul would be overpowered with the Could I show you the manly forms robbed of their beauty the eye Washings quenched in the wine the ruddy cheek from which rum as wormed the rose your soul would recoil with horror and you would rise end cry Uegone thou dream of hellCharles Lamb who made all the world laugh at his humor and then made all the world weep at tote who outwitted everybody anti was at last outwitted of his own appetites wrote thus The waters have gone over me but out of the depths could I be heard I wouldcry out to all those who have set foot In perilous flood Could tho youth whom the flavor of the first wine delicious as the opening scenes of life or the entering upon some newly discovered paradise could he Into my desolation and be made understand what a dreary thing is wlien n man shall feel himself go g down n precipice with open eyes n passive will to ace his destruction and have no power to stop It feel it all the way emanating himself to race all godliness empty out of him nnd yet not able to forget the time when it was other wise to bear about the piteous specs of his own ruincould he seem feverish eye feverish with lost ghts drinking and feverishly tasking for tonights repetition of thatsfolly could he but feel the bodpf death out of which I cry hourly with feeble outcry to be delivered wore enough to make him dash the sparkling beverage to the earth in all e pride of Its mantllngtemptatlon Arc you fond of pictures Here is cne drown by Solomon Who bath woe Who hath sorrow Who hnth l contentions Who hath babbling Who hath wounds without cause They that tarry long at the xfes JI they that go to seek mixed win e Look not thou upon the wine whea I it fa red when It moveth Itself aright In the cup At the leaf It bltctb Ilk eI I n serpent and stingcth like an ad derDo you know what you are do ingsaid a mother who had biven Into n restaurant the door lookedt against her her son Inside She cameI up to the counter and saw th man of the restaurant mingling tho Iniss icating cup for her own son She said11 to the man behind the counter Doi yon know what you nra doing No said he I dont Says Bhei You are fattening graveyards My subject also Impressed me with the beauty of youthful character remaining incorrupt away from home If Daniel lint plunged Into every wick edness of the city of Babylon this old IlatIIllnrtlnil the rounds of iniquity It vvoulc hue cast no shadow on his early home There were no telegraphs there wen no railroads But Daniel knew tha Gods eye was on him That was enough There are young men not i good away from home as nt home Frederick tending his fathers abet among the hill or thrashing rye In th bars is different perhaps from Frei ertek on the stock exchange Instcx of the retiring disposition there Iis held obllgingaplrlhere Instead of open handed charity thereli tightfisted stinginess Instead of mj sonable hours there U midnight reveT speak to many young men on tht yeasfathersstill under the parental roof are lotlf tag forward to the tlm when you trlj forth to conflict alone In this word- with I It 1 Ml aorro1Ijandup your character Oh that the God of Daslel might be with you In Babylon j I think the most thrilling pastas ofn young mans life is when h leaves home to make his fortune Th noe1t and ribut the old people who have seen the stzulepwithanxious As long as he was In ltd fathers house his waywardness wA SMitimesraUtybitter cabatmomenI ieather9ftheo tlifaehenturer plttocomes upon some object that start a tear some old familiar p1ao btX trtlnk1putIs oft for the city He Is set down amid excitements and amid associates who ore not overoareful about their words and thoughts and actions Morning comes No family altar Sabbath comes No rural quiet The sanctuary comes but all the facet are strange and no one cares whether becomes to church or does not come On his way home from the store he sees a placard announcing a rare and vivacious amusement lIe his no boardinghousefood No one cares whether he eats or does not eat rather he would not I eatIt is cheaper After the tea he goes Into the parlor takes up a book finds It dull no sister to look over It with him Goes upstairs to his room in the third story finds It cold and uninviting and in despair he rushes out caring for nothing but to get thinkinglIeHe hat started out on the dark tea I where the gleam of the joy is the flashing of the pit and the IIIIsi I 11OhI country churchyard which IIf they could speak would tell of young wes who went oft with high hopes tad came back blasted and crushed to dls grace the sepulcher of their fattars And yet this exodus must go on As from distant hills the rivers are slikeiso romtdistant country places the streams of Inc pourdownthoroughfarerail car will be young men going fortfi to seek their fortunes in our trdII beepthem1 they were In Jerusalem Forget sot 0 my young friend in the great len ports the moral not religious prina I ciples inculcated by parental IIOIIeln tude and If today Kated in the hapact earlyChristianwhom you are most indebted nnlII God that old uponthemthehope I the darkness God forbid that a 1t shouldbringor prove recvennt to the love of n mother The dramatist made no exII lowharper thatGodas young people to take to heart the Jes andIfdangerofandthateffaceable and that there somethingsobrietyIIIt nttrnetiteneasin willbeITerInconIderedIbecameLabyro- ct fI y USELESS PHILIPPINE WAR I jlcUUley IVmlnlcnt tollry at Subjugation by Mllllarr Ciuiquril Pi patehcci front this Philippine are alit htntic They art from our own oflliera there anti they make known n terrible condition of affairs titer and on r It has been asserted by the nil ministration that the war there Is inlfd Now our nfltoem Site calling jr more men saying the present iniiirirentH anti compel Hubmlaxinn One tixHlyI of 00 tnlUd Stales soldiers i i compelled on Monday to fight for their llvus with 1000 entrenched and irined Filipinos with n plan of about mi third of their number leu Mac Vrthur pays a glowing tribute to their irrale dvfeime this splendid rcKKUKi of the men lint compliment do not give UH bark our dead nail flue word do not heal ntimlN or restore lastt health uteri acre n few weeks ago in the Philip pl flea about 05000 United States sol 1 hen There Is nearly thnt number there now growing nuiiillor by fatal IrA numbering front 40 to 190 every rrkIf I there were nn polltlonl unhelleT rn to satisfy and no pridof the nd miniatnttlon to enter tn doss one drink that thlw merHlesc Micrlfioc nould be tolerated We made n fear fat mlMtilriilatloH when wt undertook the HiibjuiratloH ef thnw Inland anti tht have proved an ffxpemdv burden and the Heath of thiiuSindi of young mm The game In nut worth tilt rindle TALKS What doe It nil amount to It as been n costly experiment and the toner we are out of it the tatter JVhat are lOCOOaoO Filipino to 05000 LiiHTlcniin anti cpeolally when the ondltion Involve constant and terri ile bloodshed The country IIn nol vlth McKinley In his persistent policy if subjugation by military conquest t IK not In harmony with American dean and its utter failure IIn ntendlly augmenting the growth of nntllm erialism anti making votes for the- leninerntic party everyxvhere Provl It I Telegram YALE PROFESSOR FOR BRYAN Dr dforar T lnilil b Aanlnit lin- prrlnlUnt titer III Trill In the Knr Vml George T Ladd head professor of department of philosophy and psy chology at Vale university who has just returned front n trip around time world has become an ardent antiIm perialist Jhrough his personal Invest gallons into conditions In the rill east Irof Ladd spout about four months In Japan anti the whole of one win ter in India anti come into contact with the foremost educators anti statesmen of time orient lie persoilal ly looked Into conditions in the cost nd the prospects for American nnd- Hllitern civilization and linn come to he conclusion thnt Amcrlou Ila muk ing n great mistake to enter the Phil IppincH as ruler nnd pomsnor Prof Lndd sold The attitude of the tlnlttd States in retaining the Philippines Iin en fleet unjustifiable It tuns wrong from the very beginning tram tho moment when tint comml loners of our government forced Spain to iel the isIitntiB It U lmpolttc im moral and contrary to all of our tra ditions fhc chances are hnt the Fill plans will nhvnyK Keep In rebellion till they either hove selfgovernment or nre exterminated Another thing that Iis making the people tired of Hnnnahmi IN the fact thnt the glut trust IK helling Its product to the market of Ktirnpe from 15 to SO per cent chcnjier than sells tne same goods to the people of flip United States Thin iin the sworn testimony of the secretory of the trust given before the Induxtrlul Ilcnrlnghtoi f MKINLEY OR fcRYAN It la Ultlire the Itrinilillc nr the Umpire Which Will ton Vole Fort mUter Bryan or MeKlnley will he elected president tin first Tuediiy after the first Monday of next month Hither tthe republic or tthe empire will bl Indorsed If Hrynn wins It will menu tHIP end of n war of comuet for unholy greed It MoKtnley wins It will menu thnt thnt war will go on that Amrrlimn Ideal will lli repudiated that nation nl faith will lu betrayed that the rights of man will ho denied that the Declaration of Independence will become n mere mockery that Itilt con stitution will be Ignored that polyg amy unit slavery will be endorsed und that nil for which we have stood anti of which we have boasted and of which we lute been hontiMly proud during a hundred anti Iwenlyfivpyenriiof glurl OUR national history will he put be hind UK for n mean anti Ignoble ambi lout The citizen unmet ChI lit may affect to believe thnt there IK torn other duty before him hot that of de ciding between the rcpulillp und the empire Hut If he shall vote tar another man than for Bryan he will vote to Htrengthnn the arm of ImperlnllMii nail to cripple tint of free government The IMMIP cannot be dodged It In emuirire1YlitehItbon Utlllt If he theatrel the republic to stand he must vote for trysa If ho Is anrelcwt whether It MnmlI or MONEY H fall he mayrote for anybody else or fall or refuse to vote at nil And thnt will be bin contribution to time coming of the Man on horseback AGAINST LABOR UNIONS The Trust and tier lte nlillrnn Are Tonelher A nlnnl the WurklnRinnn The cotipfWon offered by the hard coalI trust to Its striking miner em phiiHlze the fact thnt the real war Is on organized labor The coal trust In bent upon the destruction of the Unit ed Mine Workers of America Mark Hannn has sfiojn that there Is a close alliance between the coal trust and the republican party In the interest of the latter the former quick lly agreed to pay the miners n trifle more money Hut It tied n string to this agreement It would pay the ad vance Yen lint It would do this onlnil the prior of dlnunlon And llnntia accepted the condition- So time miner may get a paltry ten per cent Increanc of wage through Mark Hannns powerful Influence If hey will eminent to destroy their own organization Anti when their organ ization has been destroyed they runty then accept any terms the coal trut shall see fit to offer They will then be powerless to resist Organized labor may makn up its mind to thin Organized monopoly has decreed Its destruction And the ac thin of Murk Hnnnn In accepting J IMerpont Morgann condition follow fag Irealdent McKiuley suppression of unionism In Idaho with United States troop nt the behest of the Standard 011 trust indicated plainly enough that organized labor has Ita deadliest too In the republican party VirIfor hi mctulluuu now they sire for the gold standard Republican used to be lieve in the greenback now they have to turn over nnd say that they believe hint bunk notes arc better They used Ato believe in the Income tax now they sire ngnlnxt the income tax They theydrtelldagainst a large standing army now they ore for n large standing army They used to bo opposed to a large natlmuO debt now they stunt for a currency system lint can only be per pcrpetunldebt11llliunm i4 PATH OP MONAEOILY Being Followed by the Republican Party Says Bryan Presidential Cmutlilnle Addrraee Nnllomil Aoiitclnllon of Ilriiiu erUCI ClulmCoil uf Mill larUtM i if f William J Ilryau nildrnuetl the No tional Association of Democratic clubs In convention at Indlunnpollri Thun day October 4 speaking upon the trusts mllltorlKiii and other prom Incut question lie sold New York Ihues it republican governor mil a repul Men Iftflnlalure and you ro publicans who have ben werrylnu so mueh about the Ice trust cn Jut ease your minds for as tony as the governor In out wt making rpechts yoi may lw lire na body Is being heard In Not w York why IIs It that no rqJUhUnan know nylhlni abeut the Standard OH lrwt or the sugar trul or the wit trust or the cracker trust sr the window gtsre trust or the tavM + trut or the nrttlnKpaper tart ar time trust In the piper that republican editors tr to wHt M dfuss of the bunt upon Why dent they know about thus trwtet It It dtolMnMtr or Is It lirnoranceT Why U It that w rtolMJkllHn ipMik out against- any UWM except the let trust sad why Ili It that the rviMMIvar In charge AB not do stray that 10 yew tan Intllcve lUniM when he nays there ar no trusts T The ullhU4I party Ila not prepared to defend itself on the trust que tton there tre he y try to set It out of the wmiMlRn Tn r jMWt ini party to not 1fellofeud Itselt en th army qucitlen They say there U na question of mllliarUm alai yet Sri army foe e tlmwi ae great as tH atwat lag army of 1SW Is lriiMiidt4 by theprtes Idenfs massage of Ueemher kWt lIew mush do we IlKor MUCA thHi Id tits taped StutwiT Iea than llaltI0ehO a year how tnoeh do the reputtltaaiM want to spsnd on our military Ht bttilim T- One hundred million 4o4l ra a year They wwMl tw spend mere than halt as rnwh for a military IIlta1blMt as we Item for the education of all tta cNMron ta the United Sot It that net M iton toward militarism What resea eon 11y glue- tor ItT They can aty give sae That I the one they oo not give ItrHxinc fur lnrue Army There are two rwuoni vhtah land mn la this Aintry to wont a targe eiaailNK army One U a oomeotlc OM tilt shier U tOAJlNlite4 with oar fertia aUafn What domeotte rear lo there for a lent army Tut protect no from Ik lootanot Ko time leaI ImHkiMi we tMvetko Rare army the tepalikaa par waists Thal M Nt 1h cause Why lie they wssl UT Ho UK I thor MM Baud a fort revery late city sled UM the army aoppreee It foe the iM ftolH ihul ouckt to be sand b remedial Ieg4atls The tobortar rasa asks for arbitration and get an army he ask roUef from ROY rams by Injunction sled pta a ail army ttfO oaks iiroteeUon from IIe Mock lIt and has unewvr to a kvfit army He ask for norter novra of tabor la oeoor that hp tsar hove ore Urn with his ramllr sled for the evolor ftent of his raW sad his anowtr to a tarp army I lleiukiiforrrro wuitlon In the preoMonfe oabtoel Hi or get that tabor way IHt protsNd and ha am war to a targe army That to the eomeatto roaM whleh IIs not given slid yet It hi a rnuon onterUiltiod by many What to the ronoon thy tvs7 They say we MMd It for our rorofCH IMMcy but my friend they ahod far the army helsre the Amvrlono people evtr ieotisd T upon a ferelaa tacky tot mntf a tone army naeeary- ia Dereinber MM whnn tho peisiieat- asked for hto army the treaty lad not yet been signed lot IU terms were UHdor stood When the repubHcon eonitrM Mad to rnlM ike array to KXXCOI tho tranty haft- been olgned and no arm was ratted islMl thus notion anywhere In the world nut up to this time the Ametlann people hmvo never voted lot a eoJonMt peilay sad yet the retwbllcan potty ta pletlKMl M a tent army What dear It want wllli UT It Intends to txptell the IntMpplne WaRdIl anA If you wont 10 understand the reasons for a Urge army reed the proepcotw lHutJ- by the IMtlpptne Lumber sad DweUp meat emn ny Ultimo Ullaocrt- rou will Hud that at the heed of tbn company ae president stands a retwtiHoan member of congress wholto the chairman at the army committee at the houee of rota tentative wool another republlaan ass KTtmn In attorary for the company ant the PfOlllYCwalhew that already VHHWWii limber lands have been eeured and the pro p pjja alto isptalni that the tabor ptobie wally Mind btOftue there Is a- quanth t Chinese labor there Ihlttr nb4- CmploY j at trots to to 11 elnta a day in Mexican money What do you wart an army tort To hold the IblllpplnM while they are being developed by ayndloatei headed by republican politician The republicans say tho reaion lllrelIn the rhlllpptneN the tvaaoa eur bays aro trying the ron n large array Is ue4e a asc the reason we cannot come home lis because I helped to ratify the treaty My friends 1 want you to co bask a few mo ment and yam will Ilnd that the repubtfa an arty wild we were In the Philippine Island because of the set of God and It I Il U great comedown from God to me If It U the hand of Clod that takes us to the IhIU Ipplno Islands why do the rcpubllenn want to lay It to a democrat It It lla well to bo there It It lis a part of the divine mU elan why dont they defend the bertheta They claim to be silent partit with the Almighty but the trouble I that they make all the nose andthus tar the Almighty has been the IUt Jot pnrtMr Now they say the war wows step it it were not tor the demoornllr pny They My that the Kllplno would lay loan their arras but for time hope they haw that 1 nmy lie elected My1 irlinito ttlmeaivraraptsmtlk an tells you that you tell hits that tho colonials fought the same battle that tlia Klllplnoi are righting and they did It near- lyI luQ years beiors I was born Tho republican iwrty ti1 following lima path of monarchy It does not prupoto a fang but It proposes a principle upon whlflh only a king can stand It dun not propuMti i a crown but It propone a doctrine that ens I nt nothing but A crown The republluan party has done In Porto Itito Jut what 6 England did In this country and our presi dent Is doliiff today Jut what George Ill did a century anti ft Iluartcorago Whatdlt fcrcucc doer It matter whtther you salt him president or emperor orkliifflf head ministers the power of u kingrillntuiu uiuiounccH in New York that the went IK not wnklng up IIH he cxpcuted tiiulvr his nlurm cries of dnn gur The west IU waking up the other way Chicago Chronicle here are two thing In Mr Bry ans campaign methods which com everybodyOneI nnyoneihInnUts that his opponents ahull have ever opportunity lo express their views There was never u fairer or t franker candidate for the highest of flee In the gift of the American people The Catholic Gnfvcridty of America opened nt Wnidijngtau U J for the largestlastenrolled bo it rI L t f1 v j OTE8 FROMWASHINGTON- Capital Correspondent Writes of Re publican Scheme to Defeat Bryan COERCION THREATENED BY TRUSTS Ilnn tlr llMiiucniU lit llrlnllnlr an tIIIIIIOIIrrllll1 ll ranulutlluua- of Uuiillnl Are HrMllrmi old 1 lire r+ Inln Ilir I1I1I1K tit Ilrynn Lire linn The democrat prepuce tottrlketaek at the truit and corporation that are liking IntlinUtatlon tartlet to compel thClr eRiilojra to tote fur MtKlnley The diiHoemtla imilomil coiumlttn rloniuinidu that all demount and their allle relates to buy goed made by firm uilnf intlmMatloM to deprive their oraploye of sine vote A Ut ofsuch firma so fur M knouti will be publiihrd broudeatt bV the democratic uamnilltv Hut dumoarut nru untied to look 1111 such Inatnuues liB uolne with- In their own alMervntfau and apply the remody Htoteattxl- To refuse to buy its goodn In to Htrlke at the divlclfiuljHiylng power ofn trust- ur corporation This Is Its most vul Wlltnlhltt point It i4 the ells way In wliltli the lIoulllr ono renter nn ef fnotire protest Hgulimt the Illegal and Immoral method that are being cm played to reflect MuKlnley pima trusts began by displaying to their employe bogus orders und eon trawtat These all had it clause provld InK that the order should be void In oateof HryanB election This nclioine wan worked In 15 with great effect Thte year employe mire not to be frightened They remember theacurct ty of work and depression of Indtmtry niter they had been coerced into aid- Ing AloKlnley election They reason that llrynH election comd have had HO worn effect They are nwtleM aver the new mid unuomtlltHtloiml poll ujiw adopted by McKinley Working men will vote their con 1ctlons this time A Trust Threat The trusts are now threatening s general lookout of workmen until elec Lion rIN over ThU also wan dour In 00 There will be a dtlTercixio thin year The wage worker will fnce a temporary lockout if need be In under to pro- pone his right to vote BH he chooses He will help to elect Bryan In under to mottle once and for all the possibility of coercion turtle Incoming a permanent feature of republican campaigning lfcpubUuana1 profea sympathy for Inbor yet It Ilit the republican party which U trying o take from the musses their rlgM to vote an they pleas This v IIg n very erlotm matter If trusts and combines are permitted to uwroemlon lists year without an effective protest vcry Kticceedlng caitiMdgn will flnjl the people less able to an ert their tights HM free citizens j The trusts In their converted at tempt at Intimidation are showing hriliJronTory aiwume that the consumers are nlreaily helpless under their exactions This U not entirely true however The fanner of the northwest have for more titan a year refused to buy barbed wire femlijr because the steel and wire trust put Its prices w1 hlgTi The result was that this trust noon dropped prices neveral peps and IIs now nnxlou to have the fanner buy barbed winat nl most any price The cordage trust Iis ludlflluultieiibe cause the farmer refused to buy twine rnrKtdTheJtwine plant In more than one state These examples are cited to show that the trusts can be brought to terms If the consumers choose to go1 without their goods for n little time The arlme of attempting to take away the right to N free ballot U vt rv munch grcftftrr then that of putting up prices If men are not going to have tho right to vote their conviction tin der republican trust domination it is about time n halt was called Demo I ersts nil nvrr the country will refuse to buy good from firms that Intlml 111111 their employe w A llritulillcni rliriiir The wholo cry of business dcprei nlou In case of liryans election Ila a ropubllcan neheme to influence voters who do very little thinking for themselves There will bo a change If llrynn IIR elected Trusts maid corpo ration wluMte chief unset H are watered stock will be ImtPcure The water will be tiqiitczed out of their stork They will bo forced to adopt legiti mate bunliirca iiHtlioiln This will ron der time legitimate merchant and tho public more secure Ihnn under the proKiiut ndmlnlfttrntlon where wildcat combines are encouraged Tho tniHtM that have been plunder ing the people In order to pile up big dividend for themselves will be lime inns under llrynn ndmlnlKtrntinn They will bo forced to give an account I of their transaction Their cheap ened met hoct of production will ho applied to give the consumer lower price Instead of the exorbitant tar itTs now levied Pus If llryan is elected the gucr rUIn organizations of capital will have good reason to tool restless and tune cure They will be put iintier legal re striations and the public will he pro tested from their rapacity- If Bryan iIs elected the coal combine will pay Its miner more wage and deliver coal cheaper to tho consumerf Likewise tho farmer will get better prices for his wheatt ana flour will I Ybc lower to the consumer i rhe election Bryntuineans better prices to the raiser of gotten and lower rates on cotton and callcq to i i the worklngmanfi wife i1 T Ouch illustrations might bj multi plied all along the line When llryan isI elected the trusts will have to cruse taking toll from both consumer and producer by pitying low wage and exacting monopoly price Whatever legitimate profit come to organized capital will have to be mimetic by an Increase of gales and the offering of highgrade goods at reasonable prices IlltKnl lllncrliiilnnlluiiH Such trusts as the American Tobac- Co company have been in the habit of furring retail dealers to handle no goods hut theirs Let Bryan be elect ed and the attorney general whom he appoints will quickly how these trusts that mich Illegal discrimina lion against Individual manufactur ers will not be permitted Then too when a trust or a rail way combine attempts to rob the pee ple let the president of the combine be arrested and punished not some agent of M concern The election of Bryan will menu de liverance from trust rapacity lItulKell lshmss ADOLlH PATTimSON THE COSTLY COAL STRIKE Iltlrreaing KlKurrn nail Cumimrl oim Which trt People Thinking The Helena Independent of Helena Mont furnishes seine Interesting figures In regard to the strike In the anthracite region of Pennsylvania It Is hunted that if time anthra cite coal strike shall last two month the men will lose 8000000 in wage the operators 90000000 anti the rail road companies a like amount Here Iis u curious condition well II luKtratlng time power of private mo ilopoly to rob the producer arbitra rimy Ax the terms and conditions of Inhor and appropriate the fruits af Industry for the bCnl1it JR of the law at the expense of the many It Iis estimated that some 115000 or 120XXMI worker will IOHC 3000000 In +wage while a few monopolies will lose 90000000 In other words these few monopollAt will get two and n half time ns much for mere ownership nl the great army of laborers get for doing the work Ivory 100 got front mining end marketing the cold Ilit distributed us follows To the coat miner 1 1C td To the menopollit 41 C7 To the railroads 41 C7I Total 101100 Leaving the railroad out of ac count every 100 got for mining the coal Iis distributed uu follows To the miner S3 tT To the monopolists 71 U The railroads get two nail n halftimes Oil much for carrying the ctal to market OK time mummers get for dig Krounl1Irll1tcoIndefomdMe and intolerable says the democratic platform and these private coal nto nopolle are an apt illustration p that declaration PROTECTION DENOUNCED Melhoilll HUbup Sa MeKlnlrjn roller Will II I lit Ir ft to the Level of the Chinese Methodist inlnlKtet heard a denun ciation of the republican partys tar III principle by ItUhop J II Thoburu at the Book Itlver conference held ut the Garfield Inrk church In Chicago recently The bishop who has spelt 40 yours in the orient delivered the first of a series of lectures on limo eastern situation and he likened the republican party to the Chinese Our fathers never intended to build a Chinese wall around tide nation he said by putting n duty upon things and keeping the foreigner from bringing in his goods We are doing DII the ChlneMt have done for centuries We mut t14 broader no lions about these matfW The Chi nest built a stone wall tint they thought would keep out the foreigners Qur stone wall Ila the custom bouse that we set out on our borders Before I because a missionary I be lieved In the republican M Hcy of pro tection I hun learned that if a nay tine want to Ktirvive It must open wide its doors and trade with the world Let our rcvmu be raised from direct taxation The true policy to be adopted In dealing with the peo pie of the cast Is to abandon the old principles Let U8 give up being n kumiChlncHo tuition und excluding other people The bishops attack on the republic an party was made In connect Ion with hilt review of the Chinese nail other oriental lie ascribed their lack of progression to the iKolation created by the pro tective system To lie bythePeople You people ore gotii to decide this full whether yiju want the ishain or the real whether you want the Ku ropcau or the American whether you want n government that protects the Imnvldunlor n government that tnkea care of a monopoly whctheryou want a government that rests upon the coit sent of time governed or u government 13 Incite In diameter round In shape and fired out of a cannon William 1 llryan William MoKlnley and William TennlngH Bryan stand out In the boldest possible contrast nK representa tive of hostile forms of thought of opposite views regarding questions of public concern The democratic can didate for president of the United States IB time strong man of the pen tile the supporter of the constitution The republican cimlitlnte is time weak and vaciuating creature of ie money power the servant of overmaHtcrlng trusts the ambitious seeker utter an imperial power sternly forbidden by the organic law which he has flagrant 11 violated Philadelphia Times CONNOISSEUR IN SEEDSSI lie Planted Some Unlit That Turned j Out to Me Hearing Untie fur a lllcycle j i tan I have a good joke on myself saidi l thlabusiness nun whose hobby iill agriculture says the Detroit Free Press My mind liii always had a particular preference for seed and root and J never mill an opportunity to indulge this fancy Some time ago looking thrwgh an old tool box 1 InII arrow several peculiar looking seeds that nti once aroused my interest 1 hey were n lit haddhtjcOerro JllanLthemt Well I didso and for week I waited to sec time strange fruit lower or vegetable plant make an appearance carefully nur turing the wit and giving my pet bulb the closest attention Discouraged at length at their failure to part the soil and spring into life I dug them up and what do you suiqose was the dis covert that I made 11 lay that my interesting and peculiar bulL were notnin rnore nor lees than those little bicycle baits that are an of the steel Steed 1 imllortnntrart been laid away in the toolbox and their size and rusted appearance made t t lern resemble seals My wife and same of my intimate friends seem to think there iis no excuse for such a ludicrous thing to happen to a man that hat made a study of plants and bulb and they are never done chaffing me and a king me when I expect j j to gather my crop of cclcaii Jluiinfii Opportunities on the line of the Chicago Great Wwiern Ry in Illlnoi lows Minnesota and Missouri Kirt claM open- Ings in growing towns for all kinds of Inns fleas and for manufacturing Our list in dtidei locations for Ulackinjithn Doctors DrMnmaktrn Furniture Grain and Live- Stock aferchandire Hardy i wart Farness Tailors Cold torage Creameries and Canning actoriOl 11r to fully In regard to your requirements so that we may advise you intelligently Address W J Heed Industrial Agent C O W Kyi 001 Endlcott Hlg St Paul lInn HlKliteoiii Indignation teLookecl rIB Udy fur a dozen bottles of the best iladery wine in yer old shop tht1dCflvtttddeliveredSay the stuff you sent me was 10 stale i the bottles had dust OB em an inch thickiYou work truck Ii cant no shopworn mePbiladeiphia Press Mare You A boil IVIndtnlllT- Xofarm la complete without a wind power KrindlftCdfreely every day in the year Attention iis called to the advertisement in another col unm of The Aermotor Co Chicago 111 Reader are advised to write this great con cern for catalogue and lull particular ItlBbl Up wllh llli Game I ani rtrtviaq for the peace or the diplomatWhichi refer to as the piece the other diplomat who vas IURt u wily inqulrrdClikago times Herald We refund 10c for every package of POTX4M FADELESS DTE that falls to give satisfaction Monroe Drug Col Unlouvillc Ma Hold by all druggists After a woman finally derides where to place her bureau the begins to long for next changettAchllOl1 I t 11fI Barouel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1000 ro JWhenJ4 bill of fare mean bash Chicago Dall CP Nrwii 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possesses all the medicinal properties of the Lotion should be used in connection with it in preference to any other soaps making the cure quick and permanent Your druggist can get these remedies in any quantity at they have been before the public over fifty years If lie hasnt them send Iris name to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl threat New York and receive free pamphlet of testimonials and sample of Lotion or Lotion Not Ietntr S03pI Sandy PikesDid de funny old chap in de BideIplittintBilly Coalgate I awJ He told me a wood ChicagoDailycc H WORTH A KINGS RANSOM RomffowFerunaTjaetS m Saves Ctt Lives 1 I w = r c Mrs Col E J Gresham Treas I urer Daughters of the Confederacy aud President Hernden Village Im provement Society writes the fol lowing letter from Hernden Fairfax county Va Hernden Va The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0Ihighly ofthe value of Peruna I believe that I owe my life to itsI wonderful merits I suffered with tarrh of the head and lungs in its worst form until the doctors irly gave me up and I despaired of ever getting well again 11 I noticed your advertisement and the splendid testimonials give f people who had been cured by Peruna and determined to try aII ittle I felt but little better but used a second and a third bottled kept on improving slowly 1lilt took six bottles to cure me but they were worth kings ransom to me I talk Parana to aUiffY Mends an- If1lMatrusbelleverlnltawort6rr MrsCtlI E J Oresham Thousands of women owe their lives to Peruna Tens of thousands owe their health to Peruna Hundreds of thousands are praising Pe- tna in every state in the Union We have on file a great multitude- f letters with written permission for use in public print whichever can be used for want of space Address The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 for a book written specially for women instructively illustrated entitled Health and eauty Sent free to women tJG1ASIDqllOfS3 1UffiON MAD IJrI goodInI from 81 to 0la01ess Over I OOOOOO trJFQ oaren1 1nUSE DouglasFpSTCOt+ pYEIEjwUl 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TvaRupo nails Rooana 8AMPIrs FKKK ruE KAV MANILLA ROOFING 0 CamCII N 5 I lisle DISCOVERT j the wontarasa Book of teitlraonUU to days treatment I tree Mr U 11 OHKENb suNs eon it Atlanta Ua I S CURE FOR p fist Syrup sae ood Vie i R time field b at hte GONSUMPTJON ate ANKK 183B WnCX WRITING TO A1VERTIEUW please late that yon saw the Advertise i rent In this paper When man gets one he becomes a slave to his bowels Every person ought to have controlover the different parts of the body and it is the easiest thing in the world to educate the bowels make them do their dcty naturally and regularly and keep from becoming a source of misery anthem a deformity I 1 as wellEducate your bowels 1 Dont neglect the slightest sign of irregularity but see that you nave at least one natural easy movement a day Pills salts and black draughts are dangerous because they strain and weaken the bowels what you want is a mild but sure laxative that tones and I strengthens the bowels and stimulates their movementsISuch a laxative is CASCARETS and I try them you will find that it is the easiest thing inII the world to make and keep your bowels clean regular strong and healthy Be sure you get the genuine CASCARETS are never sold in bulk Look I for the wademark the longtailed con the box By keeping the bowels clean all serious disorders are I PREVENTED BY r sold Get in bulk thegerulnclyeistint tst only srd stwa resu0sl s In tlu I 7sbletIsmarked ht blue metal bc with 000 the tong Cascaretsarcnava tailed C look for the t dc ho C wtth a tang talNroa the Ildl JOcALL25c SOcDRUGGISTSt tIiiris140a To any needy mortal suffering Ire bawd troubles and too poor tu buy CASCARETS we will send II box free p mott ol4Addrw SterlinQ Remedy Ce Chicago or Kew YorI mentioning advertieerent and paper 413- 1n Dull a l I U I OTE8FROMWASHINGTON- Capital Correspondent Writes of Re publican Scheme to Defeat Biyan COERCION THREATENED BY TRUSTS Inn ur llPinunniU lo Itrlnllntr OH Uu in hi n en Currrlllu OrKiinUntliiiiv uf VII 111 I Arc Itrnllrta stud1 lluprr Inlii chic MruiihiK of llrynuIlIeo- II linn The democrat proposr to strike back IIIsitthe tUllta and eorjiurntloiw that ure i iifclng intimidation ttattlft to compel their vnplojra to volt for JlBlClnley Tlip dviiuuriitlfi imtloitnl commltte rrcommri 4 that all democrat and r their allies refuse to buy good made by it nit using intimidation to deprive titrir employer of H free vote A Ust uf Bitch first so far M known will ho published broadcast taj the democratic iiimmltUf Hut ihmioornU arc saltedi to look upcMfh Inittimur UK uOine with in their own olwervntlou and apply the remedy Ngg idTo rofuhf to buy 1ta goody Iis to Htrlke at tier ilirldriMljHtytfif power of CI trust aUf H rt0ratlan Ttysi Is Its tnoNt vnl Ilurwble Joint itis the one way uIII wlilnli the eoiiMiiuer van rc lnler nn ef fective protect nnulnut the Illegal and iuimant method that ore being em rteyed to mltfl McKlnley else trinttH begun by displaying to their viHployi bogus orders stud eon 1lolllltlllro1tlInoaecof llryann election Flits scheme wins worked tn 00 with great effect nite your employ are not to be frfglilvHed They remember thuscarol tjr of work and ileprt lon of Industry after thoy unit boon coerced Into old Sou MoKlnley election Thev reason that llrynH s election cord havo lidd no wont affect They art reader uter the newNmlunuomUltutloniil poll Ilea ntlontod by McKlnlry Working men will Tote their CHiintuttonn this time A Trutl Thrral The trusts are MOW tbreatenliif a general lookout of workmen until eke Urns IU over This alwi watt done In 00 There will lit u illTercn e this your The wage worker will fnce a temporary lockout if tired be In order to pre serve his right to vote ON he chooncs He will help to elect Ilrynn In onler to Bottle once and for all the pomlblllty of roeraion taotlcit lhltl0mlll u permanent feature of republican campaigning llepubllaanii profess sympathy for Inbor yet It in the republican party which U tryinu to take from the inaimes heir rlghl to rote an they i lease This tj a tery serious matter Iftnmtsnnd1 iftOinblneA are permitted to IIM coerulon tlib year without an effective protest every nuoceedlttfr camMtlgn will find the people less able to assert their lights aM tree citizen The trusts In their concerted at IIhowlngIhellsIrisThey QMiime that the eonKiimem are already helpless under their unctionFists IU not entirely true however The farment of the northwest have for Inore than n year refu eil to buy barbed wire feiunIJt beendue the steel and wire trust put Its prices so high The result was that this i rust soon dropped prices several pegs and U now anxious to have the farmers buy barbed wlrcot nl most oily price The cordage trust is In cIftlcultles be floune the formers refused to buy twine I MiRlhrgtdTheytwine plates in more than one state Those examples are cited to show that the trusts can be brought to teniM if the consumers chooxe to go without their goods for a little time The ariim of attempting to lake away the r1gh1 to n free ballot In vrv milchI grttnr than that of putting np prices if men lire not going to have the right to vote their convictions tin tier repulKlctiH trust domination It Is about time n hail was called Demo costs nil ovrr the country will rcfiihc to buy goods from firms that intlml ynte their employes j A Itriiuhllrnn Sclirnir The whole cry of humneiix dcpres slots in onuc of llryuns election Is n ropiibllcnn scheme to influence voters I who do very little thinking for them nlvon Thcru will be n change If Ilrynn Is elected Trusts nUll corpo rations whose chief assets are watered stock will bi Insecure The water will he II 11 Ut7 Ill out of their stock They wilt tx forced to adopt legltl mate bimltiens methods This will rest dol the legitimate merchant nUll the public more sccun than under the present admlnlstnitloii where wildcat j jcomllhtls arc encouraged I 1 j The trusts that have been plunder tj hug the people In order to pile up big I dividends for themselves will be IIIRC euro under UrynnK ndminlHtnitlon They will be forced to glee an account clientsI u I cutest suet hails of production will bo applied to give this COIIKUIIHT lower prices liiMtcnd of the exorbitant tnrI I leviedI Is elected the guer rilla organizations of capital wilt have good reason to feel restless and luxe mire They will be put miner legal reo I BtrldtloiiH told the public will ho pro teotcd from their rapacity I If Bryan Is elected the coal combine will pay Its miners snore wages and Idelhrrcoal cheaper to the consumer I Likewise the farmer will get better J prices for his wheat and flour will i be lower to the consumer I Clk The election of Drvanjncans better 1 prices to the raiser of jJMpn mind I lower sates on cotton and calico to t the workintfiimuVi wire 1 I i f 5I t finch illustrations might bt multiI plied all along the line Whan liryan la elected the tniKts will huvo to reuse taking toll from both conmimcr and proilucer by paying low wages and exacting monopoly prices Whatever legitimate profit conies to organized capital will have to be made by offeringhlgh of B lllrKiil OUtrlinlnntloim Such trusts its the American Tobne W company have been In the habit of forcing retail dealers to handle goods but theirs Let liryan be clue ed anti tin attorney general whom he appoints will quickly show the trusts that such Illegal discrimina tions against Individual manufactur ers will not be permitted Then too whets n ttrust or a railI way combine attempts to rob the peo ple let the president of the combine be arrester mind punished not some agent of the concern The election of liryan will mean de llvcriince Jrom trust rapacity hud self Ifihnew- iADOUlt PATTBnSON THE COSTLY COAL STRIKE ittlrrrnlliiir 1lKurrn find ConiinrlI1 still Which Net People Thlnklnir The Ilelrnn Independent of Ilelen- 11un1 furnishes some Interesting figures In regard to the strike in the anthracite region of IeniiMylvnnla It Is estimated that if the antler the coal strike shall last two months tho suns will lose 8000000 In wages the operators f80000000 and the railI road companies a like amount Here is ft vurions condition well IIlI I lustrating the power of private mo tiopoly to rob the producer arbitra rily fix the terms and conditions of labor and appropriate the fruits Industry for the bcnout of the few at the expense of the ninny I It Is cut I unit id that saute flu 006time or 12fllxio workers will lose 9000COO In wages while n few monopolies rill low 90000000 In other words these few monopolists will get two und half times as much for snare oWII ship as the great army of laborers get for doing the work very 100 got from mining si st marketing thcold Is distributed as follows To the coal miners t It M flToCT C7 Total 1101100 Leaving the railroads out of Q count every 100 got for mining t coal Is distributed us follows To the miners Kt 67 To the monopolists 71 U The railroads get two and u half times as much for carrying the etuiI to market as the miners get for dig ging It out of the ground Private monopolies are Indefensible and Intolerable says the densoor al I platform and these private coal mo nopolies ore an apt illustration of that declaration PROTECTION DENOUNCED MelhodUl Hliliup Sari MpKlnlrj 1ollcr Will tiring Vo the Level tit the Chinese Methodist ministers heard a denun elation of the republican partys tar lit principle by Itlshop J 11 Thobur at the took Itlver conference held itt the Garfield Park church in Chicago recently The bishop who has spa 40 years in the orient delivered the first of a series of lectures on the eastern situation and he likened the republican party to the Chinese Our fathers never Intended to build1 a Chinese wall around this nation he said by putting n duty ups things used keeping the foreign from bringing In his hOod We are doing as the ChlneMi have done for centuries We broader no magilions about these The Chi news built u stone wall that the thought would keep out the foreig- ens Our stone wall ls the custom houses that we set out on our borders Before I became a missionary I be lieved in the republican polio of pro tection I have learned that IfII na thou wants to survive It must open wide Its doors nod trade with the world Let our rcvenius be raised from direct taxation The true polls to be adopted in dealing with the peo lilt of the east IIH to abandon the of I principles Let us give up being a eXlhullllEIhtrThe bishops attack on the republic an potty was nude in connect ion with Isis review of the Chinese and other orientals lie ascribed their pack of progression to the isolation created by the pro teethe system To He llroliled by tilt People You people are going to decide this full whether yqu want the shunt the real whether you want the KuI ropcan or the American whether you want n government that protects the Individual or n government that takes parr of n monopoly whetheryou want government that rests upon the conI sent of the governed or u government 13 Inches in diameter round In shape and fired out of a cannon William 11 Ilrynn William McKlnley and William Jennings Bryan stand out in the but est possible contrast an represent off thoughtopposite of public concern The democratic can diner for president of the United States is tho strong man of the pe t pie the supporter of the constitutionI The republican candidate is the weak and vnciunting creature of ic money power the servant of overmastering trusts the ambitious seeker utter nn Imperial power sternly forbidden b r 1lugrontly CONNOISSEUR IN SEEDS lie Planted Some Ilnlb That Turned Out to Ie Ilcnrlmr Halls for a Illcycle r obby3isagriculturebusiness anlays time Detroit Free IrtM My mind des always had a particular preference for leads and roots and J never totes an opportunity to indulge this fancy Some time ago In looking through an old tool box I came across several peculiar looking seeds that at once aroused my interest They were a lit diencovered during my floricultural and agricul trural experience and I derided to plane them and ice wllut the product would ne tosire the strange fruit flower or vtgetable plant make an appearance carefully nor turinR the soil and giving my pet bulbs the closest attention Dir ouraged at length at their failure to part time soil and spring into life l dug theta up and what do suppose was the dl covert that J maJou 1 hy my inter sting and peculiar bulbs were nothing more I nor less than those little bicycle halts that are an important part of the steel steeds mechanism They had been laid away in the j made tooJboxandtheirsizeandrustedappearsnce themn resemble seeds 31y wife and tome of my intimate friends teem to think there iis no excuse for such a ludicrous thing to happen to a man that has made s study of plants and bulbs and they are never done ohallinc me and asking me when I expect to gather my crop of bicycle Dullness Opportunities on the line of the Chicago Great Western Ry in Illinois Iowa openarowing ii ness and for manufacturing Our list in j eludes locations for HlacksinttuB Doctors Ireasmakers Furniture Grain and Live Stock hu vets General Merchandise nard ware Iferness Tailors Cold Storage roamerin and Canning Factories Write fully in regard to your requirements so that 4dreI001 Endicott Big St Paul lInn 1 IllKlitrntm IndlKOntlon tics Nuros with blood in his eye rlllidysitwine in yer old shop theydeliveredSay the stuff you sent me was so stele bottles lad dust ou em an inch thick You cant work no shop wora truck oil onI ineIhiladeiphia Press I ICladmlllfn j powerri pumps water saw grinds feed chops fodder and works gladly and freely every day in the year Attention is IIIcallrd to Use advertisement in another eol 111Iteadera cern for catalogue and full particuars HlKliI Up iTlIb Ub Game J em ItrilnR for the peace ol the worldsaid the fitlt wily diplomat tocwiseuseHerald We refund lOc for every package of IOTXAM KAUEUESS DUI that falls to pivo satisfaction Monroe Drug Col Untouvuilo Ma Bold by all druggists h Alter a woman finally decides where to place her bureau she begins to long for next changeIqPisoi Cure for Consumption U an infalli ble medicine for coughs and coldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 When patronizing a Boston hotel don forget that culinary symposium on tin bpal tare means bubChicago iiii Newshow j dontsonePikea Toothache Drop Cure in oneininutc A boarding house keeper who buys thee beit butter never gets credit for anything but butterine Atchison Globe thesitgovernment ando all the leading railroads Want any more evidence I t A iresanythiaghewantahicsgoi J I All the Kentucky belles chew Kism Gum They like it IInfromerresponsibility lUin llorn TUB MARICET8i I5n85 Kxtro bntehcm t 500- 1116tFxtruC 6 50 ffi 0 75 IIIOGSCholce packers 4 85 11 4 95 Mixed packers 4 C5 II 4 SO B11ElaChoice 3 00 111 70 Ia111HSIsxlros a 5 25 KLOITH Spring pot 4 00 II 4 40 WHKATXo 2 rela 78 COUN No 2 mixed r 42y YOTRXo 2 mixed sit 11 UVUNo 2 j II 58- JIAY llest timothy u475-t IOKKMesH 5011 15 LAUD Steam 1i rt 80- IILTTHU Oh J5IChoice Ch i 2 M- Al1lKS 60 dnlrIIII 7 1 06 35- TOIIACCO Old 11 75ICHICAGO PIOITU Win patent 8 00 I 10 WIIIroI I 2 veil 74 t1 76 No 3 xprlng tUI Vt i 75 rouv NO 2 41 r 4iy OATS No a nAJII 24 51oPOllK Mws 1C 50 II 12 7ii JMtD Steam 0 8714 1I 6 UO NKU YOIUC FLOUIt Win patent 0 70 gB 4 00 Wl I HAT No 2 nth 77 r C01tXXo1 ndxcda 17a OATS No 2 mixed 25- 11YK CT 59 LAttnSttsttn jS 7 30- POHK Family 10 6tlrt17 00 UAITIMOKE- W1II5AT No 2 re1C72d a7wB8 46dt 01L5o 2 mixedt I IttR U t5t CAITlK Ilu tehers 5 00 U 5 25 J103S Western 5 UO u 0 05 INDIANAPOLI- Sa WlllJATNo 2 red j 75 CORN =No 2 mixed IIt-I OATS No 2 mlxlclI 22 jj LOUiaVILLK nouitWin patent 4 00 V65 4 5- 01IIkArNo 2 redn 74 i COUN Mixed GU 4 4- OATSMixed ITO 24 Vi i lOUIl 14 11n 00 LAUD Steam rt 725 S jj tEiiri or Onto City or TOLEDO I CoexxvFrank I I thesenorChicorydcity saltifirsI 1oltanthatcayotCatarrhClrrJI mynenee18 lGLEASbNStall ane11II slurlietlltimonlabfw OIioldHills family Pills are the best 1erfrollj safe willertrTheyIcwtwjr danger lndianspolia Pros t rlrjir souri wrote 1 most cheerfully recom menuf Palmer Lotibn It has cured me of Eczema of fifteen years standing and for 11IghtutIreturn the a CUrt as this Palmer Lotion Soap which posaesaes- all the medicinal properties of the Lotion should be used in connection with it in preference to any other soap making the cure quick and permanent Your druggist can get these remedies in any quantity at they have been before the public over fifty years If he hasnt them tend his name to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl Street New York and receive free pamphlet of testimonials and sample of Lotion or Lotion Soap 1 Not IIenaintr Sandy PikesDid de funny old chap in de BideaplittintoDully CoalgateJuawJ He told me a wood ooCbicagoDailyu u WORTH A KINGS RANSOM fIomffowlerunaelsv f4 rdrr iyes r t Mrs Col E J Gresham Treasurer Daughters of the Confederacy aud President Hernden Village Im provement Society writes the fol lowing letter from Hernden Fairfax county Va Hernden Va The Peruna Medicine Co Colum bus 0- Gentlemcnu I cannot speak too highly of the value of Peruna I believe that I owe my life to its wonderfulmerits I suffered with tarrh of the head and lungs in its worst form until the doctors fli irly gave me up and I despaired of ever getting well again tI I noticed your advertisement and the splendid testimonials given f people who had been cured by Peruna and determined to try a ttle I felt but little better but used a second and a third bottle id kept on improving slowly lilt took six hotttee to cure ma but they were worth at Inns ransom to me I talk Parana to allmy Msnds and m a true believer In Its worth Mrs Got E J Oresham Thousands of women owe their lives to Penma Tens of thousands- e their health to Peruna Hundreds of thousands are praising Pe ma in every state in the Union We have on file a great multitude f letters with written permission for use in public print which can ever be used for want of space 1 Address The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 for a book written specially for women I instructively illustrated entitled II Health and eauty Sent free to women MISNOES IJGLtS e 3 paylaga trial of W L Douglas 83 or S3BO shoes will convince you that goalinfrom 81 to S16O less Over IOOOOOO carers WE o hie Doeglat33oe will o herk two Fain of ordinary S3 cr S3t- r Ih3Uo We are time largest irmkcrs of men 83 and Q10 shoe In the world AVe rnnko and sell snore S3 nnd 83J O shoes than any other two mnnnracturcm in the U S BEST 350 SHOE potltlvelr LDouliustyletnmfort snd wrtrli known erjwbrre bmnhout the world They hare to rlTt better Mllific tlua thin other tntkti because Ills iUndtrd het tlwijt1 bn morjthan BEST 300II SHOEII TilE n Au must W3 Wututtlted 130 tho aramld than toy oth r n 4 li btiaD M Til K Y I keepthemTnUc nil iilitllulrl insist on haTlnc W I boU1oIfrrtaclltate tr4wCHICAOOToOMHADouble Q DoubleDaily Service New liDO via Hock forts Dnbnqne Watenoo I art- Dodresntl Coun cil CIlia Dunc- tJbrllomokIDt ears sleeping ron free reclining chair cars dining can Bend to tho undorslcnec for a free copy of Pictures and Kotea EnRouto Illiwtrnt Inn this new line 01 sren tram the car window Tickets of agents of 1 C R IE anti connecting uses LlL 11 ANSOrGrJL Chicago LIVE ST06K ri1mT SWe will furnish duplicate ot LIVE STOCK CUTS or any ctber Cut shown In any spec lumen flock at or below quoted prises for rams A N KELLOQQ NEWSPAPER COI 335 West St St CIsclHSt 0- pisnr i h WllllsmiIndlsn PUs will cure BUnd and Itcblcc It mbiortM the allays the tteb at once acts as a nltlreslTet tustant r Prepared for fliesI lCbtDllot the private 1 a Atdrurlrlo b- man on receipt of price So sent and HlooWILLIAMS JoltOM CO Irops XKVZtaND Ouio A RED HOT SELLER Dec tt what rrerybdy wantths fl fit Q n4evtin In the wurd Wwnus Mrr 1oivdcr- i5re KxllnButiher nllfll br rrJ Ufpart- knviiU s lb Iwtrit bt rho ped and bsndee any bydetnonIratiuabowIwrit how for psnIyiarnd Iaw to dnOtutraI IwrtIHOI i wtllmkGZoib onOkiabomaMottropyJ with fins lIuual 1109 Map r aata A- liaborsl8ddrss nlCC goU4 irahaYOT nnnriiin iCentaSquariFt i nUUrlRU ndddln R cap and stalls I XANILLARopoRoofingKIMJFISiG CO cewdery Y3 I nDODCS V tW PlSCOVCKTt gives wotII ree r Ua S CURE FOrt TTiOTia nest Coughtlyraph rates ood Via 55 thse Sole d Ieta CONSUMPTION A N KB 183B ivnnx tTKiTixo TO AUVEKTIHEUW please state that you sew the AdTortlie rent la thIs paperI When a man gets one he becomes a slave to his bowels Every person ought to have controlover the different parts of the body and it is the easiest thing in the world to educate the bowels make them do their duty naturally and regularly and keep them from becoming a source of misery and a deformity as wellEducate your bowels 1 Dont neglect the slightest sign of irregularity but see that you nave at least one natural easy movement a daYaPills salts and black draughts are dangerous because they strain and weaken the bowels what you want is a mild but sure laxative that tones and strengthens the bowels and stimulates their movements Such a laxative is CASCARETS and when you try them you will find that it is the easiest thing in the world to make and keep your bowels dean and regular strong and healthy Be sure you get enuine CASCARETS are never sold in bulk theJfor the mademark the longtailed Con the J By keeping the bowels clean all serious disorders f PREVENTED BY I M I j Cat the eersdne if you rant results Tsblet Is marked CCC Casurettt arenever Loot metalsoldtallCa the lldle Ix g whd C I 10cALLI I25c 50cDRUGGISTSifa C vToany needy mortal suffering keel bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARtTS we will send II box free U trelulooablo Address SkrlinQ Remedy Ce Chicago or 11w Yorl mentioning advutlscr tnt and paper its tohulL J I Th 7 Y o e- I 11 11 I it F building Material l I t F ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM t i BEN r L V 1 Doors and Windows Shingles io Limo and Couiout Ii HardwareK p J f I ESTIMATESCIIEERFULLY 1 I H HUnISIIt r FEED STUFFS j rI Hay Oats Corn Brnu otc etc i H l j LPWSEIIison I fr= 0 II- fifi fiSiGHTRESTORED I At Marriage Altar and Groom thell + x tFirst Time London Oct 3This was tho wed ding day of Porcivnl Hart Dyke Ho had been blind from ohildhood Hut tu day I ho saw ho never had scon his brido al t though he had courted her in person Ho saw his bride tho lovely duughtOr I I of Admiral Cave R N saw hor for tho I ilrst time ns sho walked in her orange l I blossoms and loco veil to tho aisle of tho 1 goreI Ho saw tho white hairs of his father Sir William Hart Dyke ono of tho rich est of Englands baronots whoso title and estate will bo his some day Ho saw the world tho sun tho bluo sky and tho bustle of London streets Ho saw his hosts of friends tho mon a who had helped him in his studios ntII Cambridge reading his books aloud to him serving him in the stead of his darkened eyes Ho saw tho great surgeon undor the caro of whom ho bad been for ton yonnt tho careful occulist who porfonnca an I l on his cyea saying Oivo na ltunea chance sho wilt do it in timo tho man who had at last led him to tho light and on entering tho church had ro moved tho bandages that covered his face for w long All these he saw for tho first timo and I his nowly got sight grow dim when his brides face flamed up with joy at seeing tho light of intelligence in tho oyes sho had never looked into youngIlartDykoLfr It was a great wedding for tho social position of both families is of the highest and all tho fashionanlo world had been waiting for this day knowing that bchurohb o The Philippines it No brooms No hats worn No kuiyes or forks Girls marry at fifteen middayHorses More women than men poductUattlo dailyrho 0WoIis Laborersearn ten cents a day ru illeltainantManila The Best roodtoIntellectual Thought 1 No man un rote intelligently unltM ha thinks intelligently In ihiIA time of of wars and rumors of wnrs the rrealut aid to Intelligent thinking and the bent food for intelligent thought Is that news paper which U grentel mid heel Important political issues are dally t growing more important An Intelligent understanding of the policy ofa nation or s great political party Ihe Romrthlng toIi be deemed and It Is Ithe duty of every M citizen to thoroughly inform himselff oo j the leading topics of the day The Semi Weekly Republic lIs Iba telegraphto j any other paper It print the new neWt fully not imaginative occurrences but domestic and vtorldliatant fully ituihon pTboI lien are now being formed and the caiiJI dates discusseJ Now In the time to nib gtouchWeekly Republic No len worthy of attention II the He I publics Sunday Magazine It fa i I Ieachissue with the belt or special replelell written by the beat of literary talent Itll beautiful hit tone illustration lure al- readyf made It famous and their quality preservedII attraction are Illustrated and enlarged upon In a manner equal to the highpriced waga ilnee Events of current interest are set forth In entertaining style There is bu mor In Its pages too and for the benefit of the ladles the Intent Paris fashions are each week uxqulnitely Illustrated and de scribed The Republics Sunday Maga 1 zlnt Is standard I The Biitwarlpllon price of the sewsl Weekly Republic is S 1 1 per year Toe tic public Sunday M4gatlne Is 12S ayear lietb papers are now being offered at thei very low price of flCO for one year To oecure this low rale both mast be orderedI and paid far nt the same time AdJrenB all orders to TUB REPUBLIC St Louis Mo I Phncioii for Mule Cost 8500 now offered at 81500 cMhII running gear and top utmost good asg I 11 Apply at COUUIEI OFFICE Hj jnowiI I conutryIrally Oct 27th J L THIEXMAL CONCLAVE IN LOUIS VILLE Not only Toinplnrs and Masons of ovary other degree aro showing loop fl I toast in time Triennial Conclave to be held iu Louisville next August but oitl izons of every walk of lite in Kentucky are manifesting a fooling of rare cot cure III its success These luioaiiipuionts hold every throo yours bring togothr- the most rourasontutivo body of Ameri can citizenship and much rivalry nl1 ways results in tho attempt to secure its next mooting Louisville tried 12 years before being able to laud th prize gathering and now proposes to make it tho banner conclave of all covjj ering a period of nearly one I years tho first meeting being hold in New York in 1810 and tho latest iin Iittsburg in 1898 Citizens of Louts vllle with tho aid of tho Masons of tho State are raising nu entertainment fund of 8100OW and thirtysix committees are uoWat work collecting it and inak tug appropriations for the various forms or nUltlSCUll1IltK and special feature during the conclave Seven thousandI dollars Li to bo spout on u street p agonnb- the hats of which will convey to the thousands of jicoplo lining tho side walks tho history of Touiplary since the Crusades Five thousand more dollarsI ill to go ill prizes to hI otrend at tho- cotnMititive drill the firstt since the SanI Francisco conclave in 1S5S8 Another J ullillI lCluullmlll1 the iinnnls of Aiiinrinnn eel ubnttions The muindur will be dU tribnted among tho horse show fund full dross bulls vaudeville entertain count boat oxcurslous mid tho monster parade with SCUDO uniformed Knights in lino A feature of special interest to lisle nor Koutucklaus aro tho stile trips be fug arranged Sourly every command cry will take a sightseeing run into thlIimo iraxs the mountains or deruIKentucky Every comuiaudory in thoIStato has boot askcxLto npi olut a SpoilI secthe most beautiful girl of Its sec tiourorj tho TrlonnlalITIIE11 ISKEi TREE What would yon think of turning a t spigot and gulling a glass of wine from tree Well this very thing Ls done 1 in tho island of Mindano ono ot t unUvesdraw j cocoaunt tyro They out off tho bios soms and fasten to thorn bamboo tubas 1 into which tho sap runs Ever so often they remove tho tubes nnd empty tho liquid into another bamboo After boo tug left for six hours the stuff begins to t ferment and before tho day Ls over it is turned into a liquor which as the In I titans say will make tho drunk come The stuff looks like order and smells somewhat like old buttermilk Ills leIJl reeII Atlanta ConstitutionII ils airy letter hero for mo Whos yonr Is Bill An whos Bill For tho Ian sake dont yon know Im Hill that married Susan married Tom that died last har vest whoa cotton wuzut fetchm enough tor pay for the picking of and did Jones shot a nigger at 1 stolo a tunic at was lame in one leg allIfoundered iu all four nu of you Bain- got no letter fer mo giniuio a postal earl 1 Corn Is King Now thero Is a now use for tho corn plant Time latest discovery is tint anI almost perfect substitute for rubber lIlayI bo obtained from zeamais Indeed it is lned that this product of tho plant superior for some uses to tho host PuIrubber Add to this tho toot that this corn rubber can he produced for G cents per pound and it will readily bo seen that the monopoly of tho tropical countries in tho rubber trade will soon Ibo broken There is tho chanco that under moro extended tests this solidified juice trio corn stalk Coy not provo useful but so fur everything looks favorable in tho extreme What with its feeding value us an aid in protecting tho most gigantic engines of destruction tho modern battleship and now ua an aid to tho installation of electricity an u rawer tho now corn rubber being most excellent insulation it would seem that corn is every inch ekingExchttngoS leon three days and nights 1 suffered untold from an attack of cholera morbns bronght on by eating cucum hers says ateE Lowther clerk of theI district court at Centcrvillo Iowa I thought I should surely die mad tried a dozen different medicines but ell to no- urpose I sent for a bottlo ot Cham Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved mo en tirely This remedy is tor solo by CowI Cowgill Hiokmiui and A MIhaw State Lino Ky HOBIUI AND OIl1tA111I11A1I THE POPULAR LINE FOR Hi Loiild Chicago SI PAul Omaha Kan polntlNorlhlenns Molille IllrmiiiKlinm Nash vllle CliAtUnoOK Monlpoiner ThnmiK rills Atlanta Auftiiitn Charleston Sa aunah J oknon llle Tampa Port Tam pa Miami and all point In the South east Elegant VmiibateJ First CliM Ooaehei with pmoking room and complete tollrl and genetlemeawith the confort of the cassengrrfl Also wltllDrllwlngLouis and Mobile New Orleans Moat JuoksoartlleFlaE 1J DLAU Traveling Pwienger Agent Jackson Tean oOieIl Election Notice J C HAWKINS ct to alII Order Petition ox parts This clay oamo J C Hawkins a I others petitioners by attorney nail tored n motion to have their petition 4flied ilctrinif ordqrr Atin Fulton county ly on the question whothor or not hogs should ho pwrul tell to run at largo in said preoiuct nt the regular election to bo heldon osvonibor 1th 1000 which was IlKd I SeptonmI or tr record and that said election nfortMaIIi II to bo ordered hold And the Court lli lug satisfied that said petition 111111 lhr regularly filed in this Court mart thtin GO days before the date of tho regallii olection to bo hold in said voting dt tIber 1000 and that 20 legal voters p said district hart signed said petitacurd time amount of money Bufllulcut 1 fl defray the expense of wild election I in tho jndgmuut of this Court ns is nrfc cssjiry towit Twontyflvo dollars h ItKlIl deposited with this Court at th timo of tho filing of tho putitlon heta 1 nod that tho Fisonl Court of 1nlt t county tit its regular tarot iiuiti tin rip ird llUOO decided that elections huM this question shall bo hold nail coolie JI to U voting district and to tnko tho seti 1L9t1IInittI OOiultullrand said petition is hereby ordered Aj filed in tIns Court and it u farther c r duml that the stud election be held n said precinct and the officers of election are hereby ordered to open n IIIIteach voting placo in wed voting prV oinct No 8 in Fulton county on No vember 6th 1UOO anti hold nn election therein at which tho question whcth i I t f IUDflargoI a by this Court by uotico duly attatHl by tho Clerk of tits Court pnbllslmlln tho HicKStAN CouuiElt tho tiowspaper published in this county and laying tll largest bona fldn circulation therein fJ at least four tames of said tkipcr jjn J prior to said election and time Ceetit v t Clerk of this county U hereby onknxl and directed to cause ballots to bo print d nUll furnished the election officer iu tolkltlCForIcountyI I I under shall be held tbo vote compared t and counted mud tho result announced In tho manner at tho time and by the persons authorized to compare polu and declare tho result in elections hold for county olllcers and this proceeding UI continued for further orders of tlwiiiI I I ConrtJJ S D LUTKN Clerk Notice i To all whom it may concern take ne- lIco a That on November Ctit IWX a election will bo hold under tho MatCountylculuckYtorI tho qualified voters of said Preciwt up on tho question whether or not they wish hogs to run at largo in said Prf duet said election to bo hold at the shine time und placo and by till KIM officers who will hold tho regular Ktafe anti Presidential election anti the batII lots to bo voted shall road as follow tto witIor or against tho running it jlarge of hogs in Voting Precinct No 8 of KentuokyU Court Ui to Sept 10th 1000 S D LUTBV C F 0 fourBefore Deciding on Snnimtr fnp J Look up rates routes and true ser vice via tho Mobile n Ohio H K l 1 1PutinBay1 h IIIColomclostI I Iland Mich Chicago HI St 1mfii i Mlnn Mhumenpolis Minim St roBI ft I I Mo null merry other resorts North5i i East and West Low rates superior I service This company has in service n ii 1 complete polo of now vustibuied inch i es and sleepers Their summer trhrd1 cOIIIIClonllisI I eptcihMobilei tl i i II J incoming trains nt St Louis and arts ttoI I j tho transfer of piusongen to tin con netting lines ntteuds to sleeper veer o salfrotmmell to return passage to October 31st t SI iuformlitiersC M SHEPAHD Gun Pas itt- 3foblle Ala Ilionji Hnlcs to St Louis Mo and Return Yin M JtO1 It It Account St Louis Exposition and Fair Agoutis of tho Mobile t Ohio H H Virkliffo IKy to Jackson Tenn will ruIIIulaheuMonthly net 1000 inclusive at niti of ono hero lUkltlllhlllh 1 for fivoreturnliahrcago days from darn ot If tho St Louis Fair AuenU of the M StJtrate of ono fun ttickets limited return mg ti Oct 8 1WX fur furlhur Informa apply to tiny agent of tho above IlIulI or to O M SiiniAiii U 11Mobile Ala WilES you cannot sleep for coughing it is hardly aeetrhutrythat any one should DItll you lliut you need n fow uses of Ilmmborlainrt Cough Remedy to alley the Irritation of the throat nUll make sleep posHlblo It Is gtxxl Try It For ale by Cue gll Cowglll Hioknmn uuIA M Shaw Htckinun Ky butE1Tlt1Y NOTICE II1Col1unell living in Fulton County Ky 8 altundoleabout U or liywirs old about 15 hands rflrceivtmy Mind thin SepUmlKr tim atli Woo J F MKXKW J P F Ci oath Boos Store tSIIOIu1i11 Solcotinn of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY- u NOTIONS Esccc- Everynthing up to dato MAKY BKUKKDHR e t Co THE STEVE STAR li cry aiul Fall Ml altIt tliatou Strout WMtof mklllRn Wagon FaolorrKeepvl Surreys Buggies Honvs 0 for biro Evory nocomo lotion glyou Your patronage nollolt Illinois Central Re Rd THROUGH ServicesKHOM ClflCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO SitoAn nrs 6 1 Ark via Memphis Through sleeping car reservation can now bo Hcuured from Cincinnati and Jjoulnvlllo via tin Illinois Central Ui nut Strings via Memphis on its Nt w Orlwin Limited leaving Cincinnati deity at iitKi p in IvoulHvlllo at 010 p III rrvu ling Hot Springs fiat the next afternoon It carries Pullman Nluo lug fIr and rrlOf roolinluK clualr our lJinclanuti1n 1111 phtrt and sleeping ear nud conrh 1cfTII phin to Hot Springs Through ros rvntlon Cincinnati ftnd j Louisvillo to Hot Sjirintw ran aim1 hi te urcd on the Spcciar lunving Tin uinuati 815 a m and Ixiuisvillw lJ Oll dally arriving at Hot8prInip0V Ij noxt morning Sleeping e air Hirvii + from Cincinnati aUoisoach fmin I villa to Mehl thin Sluoping air M uiII phis to slut SllrinJs Illtititiv car vice on routs A HJlccilllloMor of this now wrvici IIH well as full particulars ooncornlng Ithe abovo win bo hUll of agunts of tho llli innSI l AII A II HANSON Oonl Pnwr AgontJhlcauO J Mr JorgenhausserI Used to Worry I HCRIIIHP his alvcrtitS0Il10IltH in ttnlocul papery ditliit I Hciin to attract nllontion didnt drat a ornwd to IIIH slesti UIIII htIji hint to3311 gonds NOW HE DONT WORRY Why lUfaiiso lie Ims found that ho can get fifty first rule ails cll full of mi rge tiouH tho host that arc ap pouring in Ins line in ncwspnptHS the country over for a dollar ami that with their help it is mere piny Ito ur rango adH which fill the bill to u T You can do the name All lines Send a lolhtr to- AD SUPPLY BUREAU 8 Devoeel ire St Room 2Jff BOSTON MASS t J rf1 0 i J H ICKjMAIIi HAIRE IIJCIGUAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and tJtIliri1cb1Pio1its 20000 Does a ionuntl HankiiiK HUSIUPW Loan Millie nil Mlirrtil Tornin Acts uf 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