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I r J 1 hiJ I I THE HICKM OOUKIEli f ot OLDEST iwsPiPETZ IN STERN KENTUOKY nC C = == === == n jTABLlSLIED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY 111Y OUT 2G 1900 VOL XXXV NO48 iklmm at Fulton Oct 31st la announced UIRt Coy Kcckhnm- I IIII I address tho voter of Fulton conn II i nt Fultou on next Tuesday night 3lut Iithe yoteul turn out UUlIII II ir Mill Tim liockhum Democratic jljI of Fulton huvn arranged for n iiinnnlh duuionxtrutlon ih tho shape ti bin rally anti parodo lrotlllrnUonf4 II bo nmdu to c titcrtalu n largo crowd OUTSBY FOUND GUILTY Rocolves a Life SintonceI jplenry Voutsoy tho third of tho as idui pluucd ou trial nt Georgetown KM been found guilty of complicity in In murder of Governor Uoubel and on litiurday wo given nJifo geutauco JIll wu coufwulon wmTwcd an evidence tI fcicaiiiftt hint and thin probably earned tho jury to temper juatlco with uitrcv Hud spareI hU life YouUvr broke down mid became hysterical dunug there tiul of hu coufawlon and the trial was JHukdied with tho prinouer lying on n cot in a stale of physical cdllapso Vonuwy attorneys filed a motion In arrest of the courts judgment until m jqulry could bo made into the prisoner inanity and tho court suspended judg fluent until the xecoud day of tho Feb teary term of court Tho prisoner has bten removed to the Franklin county f jail at Frankfort for nafokevping 6 puttingInSometime tho than who think ho lit looking ut both skies of the question seed only ono Jdde double Tho Invention that would bring the hlKucHt cash price Juttt at this time would be n anro thing vote catcher Confederate monument was un veiled at Porto Tcuu lust week in the pretence of nearly two thousand p oplo A number of Domooralx front Hick man attended tho waking at Mont uoincry School house last Thursday wightMjrWo a arc hero to Btay Call and ox I DreaiUKEIt tortH Book Store e i r A good trust In tho eyes of tho average man la tho ono tat trusts him- for wbnt he requireUeruaa Tlie than W io a Rays 1I1r rasa I you In politics or religion U not nix wwarlly a fool He may want to Und out how little you think he known Mis Mal Ulenn is vlnlting hor friend t Mite Lottie Graven near State Line Sho was forced to discontinue her school nt Malden bccau + of 111 health The presidential election comM off just ono lock from noxtTuosday lime you made up your mind how you art going to vote If not you had better e I hurry hurry hurry I ImrlllMIthe best places to trade forwhen n timer chant has a good stock ho generally nnI nounccti tho fact through his homo IMllrifr I The summer weather has extended ut least a month into tho usual autumn HOHHon It is now the last week in Ut j j jtoberand there has loon no frost tmfll dent to injuro the tcndcroet vegetation I Lot ui hold that a late fall will bo fol lowed by u mild winter Weather prophets are already lIrejj dieting a hard winter They say that tho hornet have built their nestfl up I high the corn hunk are tough and thoj bwtns uro all at tho top of the vines All these thoy say are Hurt wignrt that tho I winter will bo very lIovorlII That beautiful Honson fall with itH bright days rusty nlghbt and clear at mmphcro in hero The Ionsin are Ink- Ing on their bright colors and trio Itnojj In every direction Is ono of bcuufy Ken tucky autumns cannot bo Hurpuncwd InIof countryany part tho Time Kentucky gamo law has been unstained by tho court ot appeals Tho 011050 Davidson Company of Louis ville was fined in Iiflca court for sell lug quail during the close season Tho appellate court reverses the circuit court and orders tho flues relnstntedI Lust week while squirrel hunting near Wrathera Haw mill four miles west of Clinton Mr Bud JameH sustained un injury in the region of tho abdomen byI tho recoil of u gun fired off hand from tho effects of which peritonitis ensued terminating his life Saturday Ho was about 40 years old Col David R Murray of Frankfort Adjutant General of tho State addressed a largo crowd ut City HullI Saturday night in tho interest of tho National and Stuto Democratic tickets Ills remarks were presented in an able and dignified manner covering the in sues of the campaign In u most forcible way and enthusiastically received JIYI his audience Tho county court of Lake county Tcnn at its lust term adopted u rose lutlon asking that tho county line bItwcen Lake and Obion counties bo changed so is to extend tho Lake county line to the hills or bluifx east of toolI foot lake and east of tho scatters of said lace leading south and also that the DyerTcounties bo changed so us to extend time Luke county lino far enough south to in clude all the overflowed land In Obion and Dyer counties benefitted by tho con tomphitod levee from Hluknmiv to Slough Landing 1 Tcnn sjtmtnmmmmmmmmwt THE i October 4 FCSH J II tf Ilffll it t I flh tn ff- Y I IS UPON lJZ it1 van are Welc 3 i- L jjI T iriilK KNCOUIlAUtttKNT evidenced by thO tremendous dully Crush in our Stores wince tho cold w vo = come IH extriMiioly gratifying to UK fanr ThlB week wa have to olfir you striking wilucs In E jackets and Capes = flQ5 und laO s IItolhCloth mid Plush Cape Uistcfully triuimed- fs= in Fur and bniidfl Tlmmywm thc o garments r rwillantonirtli you whn you tc flhdn It = 5400 z t EHentImndsomo Plunii Rapt bedo ked with Bead ed Appliquo anti Furg4c nsiforlaljlo and dressy looks tko eUi Gal v tAt p I 500 tlld 750 Y t 1 Boavor and Melton Jackets Wo havotho cheap = er kinds but thjm two vrlnssnrqreallyox1ru+ oruary Looks like they 1 money r E Ladies Skirtsc f ifwclc of of1lemsttll of value too style va r rlotIUl1lityVuluc three what wo have to offer In Skirts 4 E Our g t f 1 = Matchless Millinery t Has boon on exhibition several days and orders have beep uluced thick and faitthe very highest form of compliment forthat DoixirCmcnt Childrens Millinery needs urn given efliMJcial at tention hero f = I COTTON U higher than for ifc yearn but wo sell Heavy Brown yard wide DOMKSTIOnt 5c OO UALICOS Fancy DrcStylea ut 6o pdojl PEROALKS attractive patterns i 8 11 c- i ew l e sx4Veares fleeced Cocltc Cloths 8a-L Napped Angora 10e = Silk and Wool Dross GoOOM Mllttolnsynd Satin Berbers in Brocaded eircot4 Paris Plaids Homo spun Iimmwtmntmmmwmmtng COMEwlvoGUESS I t t SJ 200 in GOLD k 3- ff Given to Cash Purchasers j kl 5aOCT 6 TO DEC 31 l fvvr If l r0Nf fang Roo nRoJ f Quality jjIur test of cheapness In 4 looking for iiipapClnlhihg ditnotyloses =Kihit of tlllnftt that the trii5toff =aIChcnpl1osA 1f Quality Sjt y t 41r 4 fitnil qifali ty yoked to bottom prices r =0 1Both dens and Boys neat Worsted Checkf Black Clays and heavy Woolen Suits 8 I f 4 Both Mens and Boys stricily Woolenl heavy Oas 4-i l lrnelCA fillli Cheviots in Black GmynW neat sHobby Checks and Stripes in WprstedSnitai V v 00 Mess Suits J =4 Enough styles uiid weaves to surprise you Best 1000 special line in West Kentucky many of them worth 81260 elsewhere Via =f SI M and 1800 Suits are in Black Granites and special WorstexMveav J es and are triumphs in tailoringiJ1r 3 to 15 years two and three price Suits ei4oThreeFive Dollar Values IItuetOO and 400 r the Boat boc Shirts Drawers Uitz T won l or w m qunlItyfI I Itt fleeced goods 1 1o 1 JX Most comfortable Unt r i derwear trade 11 k All new thlngll in Imperials =J J illTies lad Bows Polka Dot 1Vindsors- sc =SOur Shoo with solid Rubber Heel and solo is thq newest fricndrto lie outllJL8iMTi= L LI owglarws tnmlko aril- mowOltSJ iabVtr iFMM vfilues in Douglass andncftraUox Calf Vicf unit Patent Leather Shoes In fact pOECLDTHING ROOM is a complete Mens Outfitter LtComo and see us S v GUESS ON THE JAR OF BENSI1 IL P W S Ellison r I Iii InI a Question to be Settled by the Majority 1 iirhatsOne thing has already been settled by most People and that is this 1 i ifhctThe place to go for p AND FAIR DEALING 1 IIBARGAINS IS i I tiSHAWSDEALERS Millinery Ladies Shoes I CLOTHINGSr MENS SHOES 1 Furnishing Goods Hardware and Groceries M B SHAWS SONS i S SSI II I- gt 1 J A FAIR LAW A Law Satisfactory to all Par j ties in Interest II- L Insures Fair Elections Art OUTUXK OF TIIK NEW LAW house Hill No 18 was approved by a Democratic caucus Saturday morning and also by a Republican caucus and was passed time panic day by both houses cf the Kentucky Legislature afterwhldlII that body adjourned on Monday Tho provisions of time bill are briefly as fol lows 1 limo appointment by the Governor of two State Commissioners one from each of tho dominant parties the Clerk of tho Court of Appeals to be the third member or umpire of tho board The appointment by the State Oo mission of two County Comuiiasionew in each county one from each of tho t parties tho sheriff of the county to be tho umpire ami Vhero ho cannot serve the circuit clerk is to act The appointment of four officers of election in each precinct to be selected 1 front lists of eight submitted by each party the olllcers to be equally divided between time parties Provlaiag that there shall bo no change of precinct of Acers in any precinct within five days of time election Time provisions of the bill as accepted by tho majority of time committee are what tho Democrats of tho Assembly havo since tho beginning of this extra session bc n willing to accept and whatItime Republicans persistently refused r oven to consider until it became too laterfor the law to be put into operation at tho coming November election A bill containing practically the same provis ions as are embodied in it was offered to the Senate by Senators Tolin andUt Icy at tho beginning of the session aad it was voted down by tho Republicans I of that lmdy- EXPANSION AND EXP ay ttIIjII Whatever the right or wrong the good or bad of this cxpaaaioa bustaeed the Washington Post hits oft the i iatterfjust right in an editorial ia a roceat fe s suo when it says that there k M Mtt tparallelism between tWL fciMM pMerv4 chase by TboM l1JpitMK J chaseatgl pennw tpwraitir fra11r1 t IiLUl 1tao esgentfslr4iRarnxce eel II lact that Louisiana Texas California and all such territory as wo annexed in the earlier days were u part of tho hemi sphere and contiguous to tho then Unit ed States They were geographically and otherwise a natural part of the con federation of States Tho Philippines are notneither for tho matter of that are Alaska or Hawaii It is quite true as asserted by time Republicans and as claimed by expansion Democrats that expansion is Democratic doctrine and policy but the Democratic party dud no Democratic President over expanded tho limits of the United States beyond time confines of tho continent Democratic Chances In New York State Mr Croker tells his following that Greats New York must be carried by 1 90000 to 100000 majority and if this is ileac it will more than offset any ma jority the Republicans can bring down to Harloui from tho State at large He seems to think that this can bo done and that it it is New York will go for Bryan by a narrow margin It is within the reach ot possibilities for such a result to bo reached The city went tor McKinley in 1890 by 28 000 majority Tho Republicans concede it to the Democrats now by 35000 to 50000 majority This suggests change of 160000 in the total Deduct that from tho 208000 majority givej Mo Kinloy four years ago and a margin of 118000 is still lest At Republican headquarters more or less shrinkage in tho upState vote is acknowledged Senator Platt says this shrinkage will not amount to much more than 1 percent and explains whatever loss there may bo in the cities is almost made up by Republican gam in tho rural districts Time mere fact however that u shrinkage is admitted by the Repub lican leaders must be accorded Super truce in making calculations There could be a falling oil of 20 per cent and still have a safe McKinley majority provided of course that Air Croker a ex treme estimate of a tremendous major ity in Greater New York is not wade good If however ho can go up to Harlem with a 50000 majority for Bry an to take tho place of 8000 for Mc Kinloy in IbJO wo have a positive change of 230000 votes which would whittle tho Republican majority down niiploasantly close it not wipe it out al together Title is the contingency Mr Croker is playing for and upon which rcmlllumKhopSpecial PittsburjC Dispatch drop Wants For Sale For Rent Lost Found to Loan etc inserted in the Courier at rato of 1 cent a word each in sertion Personal mentions free N a 1 f rTtLESSONS Dr Talmage Draws a Text frOmof sRescueof Joash The Home of David Snvrd from E = tlnctlnn li Jrliii lirlm Ilr rote Iecit Work of Soul L SnvlliBT Copyrlcht 1W by l ouls IClopscn 1I j In this discourse on a neglected In cldeut of tho Bible Dr Talmage dru- I sonic comforting lessons and shown a that all around us are royal natures k that we may help deliver The text is 2 Kings 11 21 Jehosheba the daughter of King Joram bibter oi Aliuzlnh took Joanli the lion of Aim ziah and stole him front among tho c king 1i sons which were slain and they I I nurseIso In was was not 0vvlthsix years Grandmothers are more lenient with their children children tlt+ I J yenaI ti ra s IIt tisement is used but at U the grand 4 4mother oakiHaj upon the mUbehnvlor the VramieliiM h apologetic a II IIof1 i td to anbhtitHte e feclionery whip There is nothing more beau OIfor than chiMheod irandmother IIn 4taker out her peeket haetikdrehf ei and wipes her spectacles and puts them on and looks down into the face IIofher mischievous and rebellions deII I and snys 1 dont think he of I meant to do it let him oft this time Ill be responsible for bin behavior ii- I in JrtheI future My mother with ll generation around her a bollt V supposeVI JIcantdo it Grandmothers are not fi to bring up grandchildren But hpreh in my text we have H grandmother of uapltlferent type 1 have been at Jerusalem where theIi occurrence of the text took place aodItl It beroreItI of J towers of the kings palace Here I n the text it is old Athaliah the royal1 1Ulureluesl She ought to have been honorable Her ruttier was a kingSII Her husband was a king Tier son to w was a king And yet we find her plotating for the extermination of the en tire royal family including her ow chgrandchildrenknives are sharpened The palace i red with the blood of princes andrI 4princesses On all sides are shriek and hands thrown up and hatgroan mercy kill But while the ivory floors of tbeb palace run with carnage and the whole laud Is under the shallow of a great horror a fleetfooted woman a clergy m mags wife Jehosheba bj ngmjjj t m1stalthfly approaches the Tmpcftal i nursery seizes upon the grandchild that had somehow as yet escaped massacre wraps it up tenderly but iin the haste snuggles It against her flies down the palace stairs her heart Inot her throat lest she be discovered 1n this compassionate abduction Get her hue out of the way as quick as you canor for the carries a precious burden even we ai young king With this outhfulup prize site presses Into the room of th ancient temple the church of olden thtuneexputsand unconscious of the peril thut hn been threatened and there for IIlxel years he is necreted in that church a apartment Meanwhile old Athallahkn emncks her lips with satisfaction and thinks that all the royal family are dead But the six years expire andIJ I Hies time for young Jonsh to comeX11 ftforth and take the throne and to pushhi t wotallahIIThe arrangements are all made fo political revolution The military conic templemill I i stand around for lib defense See th hersharpened swords and the burnished shields Everything Is ready Sowof Joash half affrighted at the armeda l ltrompof his dofenders scared at theen hroughtforth my thority IIs put In his bands the coroneth Youof government is put on his brow ourI the people clapped and waved nud1 huzzaed and trumpeted What lilnrthat said Athnlluh What Is thattIIr sound oveWin the temple And yhc flies to see nnd on her way they meet I her and say Why havent 011hu heard You thought you had 11111111IIII JoallI tourIhiCommJ1 nnutle and tore it to tatters rind cried until she foamed at the mouth1am t have no right to crown my frnnrlannct You burr no right to take the oernWI ItsenttrenmonlWhile P she stood there crying that time military started for her arrest andwI she took n short rut through a bac kddoor of the temple nnd ran through th- I e I royal stables but the bnttlcaxes of theml military fell on her In the barnyard t and for many a day when the horses of were being unloosened from the chariot to I I Iafterdrawing rout young Joash the od f fiery steeds would snort and rear pallSillj I Ing the place as they smell the place of for the carnage The first thought I hand you Crombo exterminationwimpossibilityWhen olioI 4 very good and when she is bad she Iiith I pIIIIwas the last scion of the house of David through whom Josua was to come There was plenty of work for embalmers sad undertakers She would cleave the land of all God fearing end Hod1 loving people She would put S11 end to every thing that could In any wise Intcrtcrt with her nriptml1 cum notify She folds her hands and says The work is done It is completely done bit In the swaddling clothes that church npnrtment are wrapped the cause of God and the cause of goodl government That lis the scion of the house of David It Is Joash the God worshiping reformer It is Joash the friend or nod It is Jonsh the demoral izer of Bnallthih idolatry lock him tenderly nurse him gently Atbali alb you may kill nil the ether children but you eunuch kill him Eternal deton are thrown all around him and t clergyman wife Jehoshcba will ISIItlatuh him up from the palace nurse r and will run down with him into t housej of the Lord and there she hide him for six years and at the end of that time he will come forth for your dethronement and obliteration Well my friends just ns poor n hot chand does the world always make of exti guishing rlghtcousnesa Superstiti rises up and says I will just put end to pure religion Domltian ale w 40000 Christians Diocletian slew 844 H00 Christian And the scythe of per secution has been swung through nill ogre nnd the llamas hissed and the Bustlstnt jroanH but did the foes of nIlIgI ty exterminate It Did they ex terminate Alban the first British sac rifice or ZwingU the Swiss rdornaerI midthitman or Abdallah the Arabian mar tyr or Anne Askew or Sanders or CrnnII Great work of exterminationI they made of it Just at the time when they thought they had slain all t1 tdof royal family of Jesissome Joash would f springI up and out and take the throne power and wield a very scepter of Christian dominionIInfidelity says I will extermin- ar the Bible a and the Scriptures wr- I re thrown Into the street for the mob Itothe setrample on and they were pllfd up In the public squares and set on ire and flumementalna of indignant contempt were itched on them and learned ushersl IItes decreed the lllbe out of exlltence Thomas Paine said In my Age of I have annihilated the Seri ltwill Your Washington Iis a purilI Christian but I am the fa Bible and churches Oh ho tcsees many assaults upon that word A the hostilities that have over been ere III meted on earth are not to be compared with the hostilities against that book one man ia his Infidel desperation his wife You mutt not be I readIt that Bible and he way1 from her And though In that dend ildtime ony child that God had boosk Its contents into the fire anda ktirred It with the tongs and spat o noreve any more of that damnable stuff Hour many Individual and organized attempt here neon made to extfrC mate that Bible Have Its enemiesd done it Have they exterminated thetAmerican Bible Society Have they exterminated the British and Foreign Bible society Have they exterminated thousands of Christian Institution whose only object Iis to multiply copies the Scriptures and spread thelllCc broadcast around the world The r exterminated until instead of oneCc two copies of the Bible Inourhou5e1II have eight or ten and we pile them in the corners of our Sabbatln echoel reIttbe everywhere If they get on as well ar ey are now going on in the work- termination of I do not know but thata ma1 III Yea If there should cos ehide time of persecution in which all theu Bibles of the earth should be of destroyed all these lamps of life that n- bnze in our pulpits nail In our famIe extinguished In the very day that Infidelity sail sin should beholding Ju the universal extinction there uld be In some secret closet of a church n secreted Bible ltternturr nl would come out and come up and take P1 j tUOtieicyof In druexmiserable carcass under the the hOt of the kings stables 10 IJagnln exterminate Christianity You jnnot kill Tonshl The second thought I hand you Cromtl subject UI that there are opporttlCi nltles in which we may SOl roaIIlCetJ know that profane history it re plait with atones of strangled mon u und of young princes who Incr nl put out of the way plea U the story of a young king saved How i lehosheua tie clergymans wife must trembled as she rushed Into the I nursery and snatatieil upr nah How slutJwttred him lest b s cry he hinder the escape FlyI wit 1JC hirarms the court of God and good gov eminent Kail and he is slain Sue and you turn the tide of the orlds history in the right direction seems ns If between that oust nothingbutI I hy V should we spend our time in peals this bravery of expedition whenlingoaks the same thing of you andI otf All around us the imperial chll th dren of a great King They are born Almighty parentage end will corneIt a throne if permitted But sin the Allmliah goes forth to the mal Murderous temptations are outt et the assassination Volens the lmdlperor was told that there was tome In lute realm who would usurp his throne and that the name of the manI should be the usurper would begin with the letters T H JE 0 D and edict went forth from till cm throne Kill everybody whose begins with T II IK O D tllhundredllmassacre to put an end to thnt one Itsdenunciation wiImlrow unless there be tome omnipotent teat t 1 ItJI Z brought to the rescue liutblcast i God there Is such a thing as dellvc jj a royal soul Who will snatch ii q Jonah fan you Imagine any subllmer p rk then this soul saving That was n it flushed Pauls check with cnthutia It that was what led Munson to risktitl life amid Dornctiinn cnnnlbnli t it was what sent Dr Abeel to pet th under the consuming skies of Chi iIi that was what pave courage to Ifo is In the third century When the t I hhisd1 that they might rest while he I i ownhrf kIllready nut t fwere shocked nt the idea of taking C life of their host Ho said Ifthe will of God that I should d he stood the nnItonit Is aanfanaticism Uathlr would I cnlllI a glorious selfabnegation the thrllLf eternal satisfaction the pluoklnj t- l Josh from death aud raising hlnlo coronation I The third 1 atthat time church of God Is a goolllII I place When Jehoshcba rushes to the nursery of the king std pi up Joash what shall she do with 1r Shall she take him to some room ime palace No for the ofllolnl 4I ItI pcrsdoes will hunt through cv r nook and corner of that build Shall she take him to the rcnidii I some wealthy citizen No ti t citizen would not dare to harbor i c fugitive lint she liRa to take t1c somewhere She hears the cry oft r- l110b In the streets she hears t i soeK rushes with Jonah unto the roan temple Into the house of 0I and there khc puts him down s knows that Athallah and her wlik njisnsslnn will not bother the lets great teal They are no apt to very much to church and sm she K i down Joasli In the temple 1hare be hearing the songs of the we r shipers year utter year there lie n U I IIbrtath tho odor of the coldein that sacred spot he will tat kIj IIlecrtrc until the six years sae passer and lie ease to cnthnmtuft i Would God that we were all at II as Jehosheba and knew that t church of God Iis the nest hiding pin I Perhaps our parents took us throat n early days They snatched an aw y I from the world and hid us behind t baptismal fonts und amid the IBfcl + and psalm books 0 glorious r closure Wo Juno been breathing t e nllitni i vials in which nor the prayers sf d saints and we have dwelt under tlu winKs of the cherubim Glorious m When my inflict and mold t and the property was settledm war haul anything left J jI they endowed tin with A profcc w worth more than any earthly JIseslop because they hid us In the froipe And when days of temptation here come upon my soul IJiTv gone there shelter and when assaulted of sorrows f have gone there for vain c and there I mean to lire I wart Jonah to stay until coronation 0 men of the world outside there betrayed caricatured and cheated ef world why do you not come ID through the broad wideopen door of Christian communion I wish I could the part of Jehosheba today and teal you away from your perils sad a you in the temple How few ol appreciate the fact that the church God Is n hiding place There are people who put the church at 10 of a mark that they begrudge It h everything even the few dollars they give toward it They make no IlalrJ- fle They dole B little out of their siirplutngc They pay their butchers Ifbill and they pay their doctors lilli- e theylyeome In nt the last to pay the Lore Ills thatch and frown as they There rexI There is not more than one sun out of a hour+ tnd that apprrci ales what the church is Whirr are souls that put aside one tenth for jhi institutions onetenth of Income Where are those whd hoeing put nettle that onetenth Jr1 It oheerCIIII Wh l iindti and giving III nil mlrt ion tc most people when It ought to bbe At h exhilaration und a rapture Oh that so thisbjectRIIrCitthe jj- y n g u your children tire to conic up 10 es of virtue anti happiness ijwill come up under the slmdow of tUt church Jf gelthemChurch of lad be n hilling plan ogI where 0 s 6- I wearylash r upon their darkness With noinr fijhymn hush their griefs Oh chum God gat of Heaven gtroughgoing to toll but the church of Gnials foundiftion Is the nock of 1Qrr ire charter Is for etetlntill mitttieaIrpr-t tor its dividand Ila heaven its preimIs God lastToIThe highest glories eartherm yield hGodthIin dbeohidingj temple i j Not lIearJJII11Iter What did her Iyt spylieunderstands was vasdn Dealer t WAR IN THE PHILIPPINES I aloft HIP AdnilnUlrntluii Ia nrryln c- nn HIP SH nun Inn ry C aural llrndquarlerii Nut lanai Uemocratlc Coin ml t IPO Chloago 1000 Mr MrKlnleyn tiMimr In the Ihlllp piueN npptMtrn to be getting a little bit inretomi about the private letters oft Koldlers In thin way ho Is letting uunethlng got through lad ought toI hurt If it does not hurt thctydinlnUtra thou For example here IIK a letter from Stephen IK Windsor of company It Fort Iourlh infantry It was written from Manila ton friend nt Qulncy III Among other Interesting things lie MIJKWe are rnpt tiring lots of MnitRer rifles spr ni and holes nnd when we rapture the negroep wo HUP them up and give them nil the chamut they wunt to run away When they start to runt dont do n thing but shot them And this Is McKlnley war mother soldier a member of Col tiardlnerA regiment time Thirtieth rontrlbutcit another plenilng chapter to the iiiRplring history of bvnevokiit MMlmllatlon Aftor reciting that time HlplnoN are getting gay nod relics iug to pay tao nti our forefather did in old tints heHiytu Our orders nn to kill nnd shoot everyone OH sight wen women or children Kverytklfig goes Is tho censor asleep Or does he THE ALL P 4- AI q j jA Elephant Hew Jump think that the AmerlewH ro N eieiw r her Iltatatne so ImlqrflteJ I but tMtl rte omen get through M HIIWHIUJS M crawlI ami MI Imrburoua that Iit will hurt the For sonic Hme those weli Informe d regarding the ltuutl H In the 1hll iplMnen bin believed that flue cute Imo already gone forth ift ilay spare none lhttt the mJCInley nd mlnlw ration driven to desperation by the gallant nnd patriotic resistance of the Filipino people have resolved upon campaign tilt ruthle nen of which would hive caused Hyder AM In his urueiest days to draw hack In horror The foregoing given uliuply one sJdo the Klttmliun In the 1hlllpplno tells of the peril aud suffering that nnikt be borne by the IFilipino people There IK however another side of time picture fully an sad and horrible Isu the Filipino siitrr our boys nisi fer Wise livery mother and father nhouhl rend the following graphic ami statement penned by Her J1 J Mo Ijiughlln who In stationed at Munlla und writes only from personal ob trItlon and experience I Just what n fine n Is pen runco he made on drem parade lm mediately after enlistment How with is new uniform shining hut tons nud equipment he toll erect the moist cynosure of the admiring eyen of mother sister nail sweethenrt but lie VIH i Americn our bayl in the 1hlHii plnes Is n cflilercut person Lire In Mnnllti center largely nround tho life of the soldier und as he lives will he glen the Impetus te the HI olnl and buninem life of the city Amer loan extravagance Iis characteristic of our boy liver He receives fairly good pay yot cores but little about saving arty of it He will xfourr whatever ut tmete his eye no dllTcrence what the cost He run iota debt HO thnt by Clio time paydny co nx Hni hr has ften Imuhetl his oil OWfIIltCO at two tone And many HU Indulgent and too irtiatlng Chinaninii or native hero has appealed in rail for the nceounts which our boy has oontrnctid He UVIH an fnut an Ida ineiinn vlll allow und If by ohnncc on payday he can mpinre hU nccountH with n small wirpltiK he rill- most Invariably make n day of it trusting nt the neat restaurants At tending the ttheaters calling nt the nu moroiiH saloons nod oft inY ending p with a night In the guardhouse Jont condemn the boy without a hearing MyI heart fairly overflows with sympathy for him He has lout pcrBonnllty cerlnlnly but ambition the nUrn rigor and routine of army He has tint lord any noclal opportunities for month He has not mud the privilege pf greeting an Amer iron wdnmn of reflnement aud culture since he left home and lilt heart lair yearns for goulety coinpnnlonslilji ihe Devil knows this nail around every juiirtel on every corner and III fact- herever our boy can he found there have been planted the brothel and the ktoon with all aloe attendant tttrac tlana of nitislc ease and vice not Uri least of wliloh Is bad women I hUh seen temptations at home but never have I een such ours as su round our boys out here IDs no wonder that coming omit lucre pure he either perUhe n victim of sin or TC turns home defiled polluted and de graded The problem Is easily tolvcil1 He IK only cooking Unit whljjli Jilla social niiturecraveK troelal Intercourse nail invention He te unable to find lIt pure so he drliikit deeply of the eup that debauchery offers and an n re stilt our army In fast bring transformed Into an army of drunkard gamblers nail blasphemers All nor not so than j Goth yet an nlmdnt overwhelming n jority IIs drifting that way anti our boy Is here with thrtllt nnd It IIs onlyI the salvation of the Lord that ono wive him Oh the hearts that would grime a homo could thoy Out know the dully life of the bay out peon And thU Ila not all SllItUII dUraae thrrntr- him en every tide Go with me to 811A- tn MesaI luMpltnl OHO of th Hw targe hnspltaU lucre In the city to nay mith lag of the otkIKItltor over the Island In Santa Mem our buy 73 only oat of CM feitou sufTIivnC yrtIM worn that lie tilt 111101 beyond rroojf nltlun Talk about the fahitne waata MitTenrt of mum Itarplsour boyIee worn and wasted by fever and Hs NH tint nlittMg ha weighed WO pound M onUathiir he Pew wonld1 lianlly tip time beans at 7t Sight of tilffariHtr are here tw h ne tire AT CLOWN G O CIRCUS Yy s j- TachrtgIIe to Lluaa ailnilnltrntkMM heartrending reraemlHT m powers of MrHptlnn IItiI seed te I rlfji that these Hrrrk of ilia II hoed were oe MrcHs hmltht Amerinta anldfn Somr lie hen as the re4tlt JtirII yet tamer sey sMffrriHg pliyiknl and sea agonyd tart to Irtve a rune rotor forward hegglng lito renwlit IIMll pets r with two who are Jutt that tdie 11Ko rt Is au ekttplaln In be had soyahnye1lxlrheltUelrlaotampalgnthey have relight their 1 last fight nod meow the Mllnreinent of kin coat theta alllv Our hot tuna hi faee llenrnw rd It iix Indeed a bleaed privllejfr h hnd posybeprayorridler anee as he says Tell mot her 4U meet her there COMMENTS THEPRESS 0 We rto not believe that the American people came be bliiffeil brow beaten or bought henee we look for Itrynn eleotfoHw Aibnjy Argun There is no living man who cntj- My who will Influence llrynn if ha beeumeM prehh+ lIt livery living mnn roan tell you the name of the man who line III limited MoKlnley the last four years and would Influence him the next foiitv Klehmond Ih pnteh This republican eampnlgn hook niiifnlniiiH thus colonies are really goof things This IU taking a slap atI the men who thought differently sumo years niter they art no longer uhlo to defend In the public prints their notion in rebelling against Htirlaui Cedar Itnplrfu Gazette MoKlnley policy at lts very Inception led to tthe quiidriipllng of time American arm find If It fa eon tfnited no man con rmiHuuably expect eter to see time lPnltvd States army materially less than JtyOOOO men In fact an army of 100000 men in mere I ard IIv time beginning Anaconda Stand The nnncrK like the rest of time American public mnxt pay tho triiKtn n royalty on every concctvablo thing that they have to buy for HUH tcnnnce eoiivenlence and comfort Whether they will longer tolerate tho monstrous Imposition without the pretext which tine November election will give thrum the opportunity to make remains to he seenltnffaloICourier Not until the trusts forced tho president to pia kiieeR by threat nfIwithholding campaign contributions J was the qnoHtlon of taxing Porto dean product thought of The IIItt hind IK now impoverished hllnc1rldac of people arc sintering for toadtI priced of necessaries of life home risen jt Rrt per cent and dentitutlon nUll wnlltIprevail everywhere This IB n sitntplo I I aactmllatiamilubuquoHerald jI I COUNTRYS DANGER f John P Altgcld Talks to Collcga Men In Connecticut The InilnUtrMilnna Hltmle oa Trnts and IniperlnlUiu llr- iiiiimcril lloniilV Hnttulilla nu Ilnnlrr KxGor John 1P AltgiUdi of Illinois rna the chief speaker at time Yale timekcampaign ntlsew Haven Conn October Nuaccesful1qMuslo hall with n capacity of 2500 wns thronged and linnilreda were unable to gain ndmMtion He iipokc tot purl BH folloWJt- Mlxiral IIdeas have given the world Ito procrvM eonatltuta the hOI reduotot- n Allmtuilly iMtlruttonN are the IdMs Mme tempentrr tome jwrnmncnt and jostle In tti tnlllen ot human rtclit Jupiter rtamidr for wiiwlllx and from It comP drtnoemey +volution growth lift pioRrM and Iiapttlnesr Ikrte fore awaits that might give right th the strvnic may eentrei week that UII strong may giw the IheIIeo miMh ef liberty ec flay think Prom thta eura toms klacrrntt Unt progress 1t lINch to dray cad dwth Trull Hull tiy 1utrr 1The ttcatwpelfe that tie doMirliix the ef our SJtl all tat en 1111 ToelrlBa of might They stood en ailvau dI1 It etwrred lo yso that nMmcpoly lowra tho roast elatnM of tM Ainvrtoan 111l and IMMM their titMir to etluMta their children Ibuml Itpateelty mHo pNW the tnottKiNds of diMNtlnh In stimikms In hla ro niry With the de ttruoitan of equal RfwrtNnttlM they most tad from tM Und cad many irofMr roust fade with them boau the petde- will not be Awe U Arfweale their chKdtvn as thtgr do ROW The mere flirt that sonic triset magnet may IlvI a fw mllNn of afeirn money t aem cetlB anal keep the pNgd- wbe an dlstt the wick of AmarlM rem atoklns dwme la a lower ptae If monop NlesI rontlnue The Mw looks upon menepeltis as elm Imam In aiMHton we have ok Mr stable book what ta eall d the 8h rnMn BMI lret law whIsk flees overermisdtIos ler- lermlu a mosey Itwt It lame dload IvlMr Ssr the admlalatroUe aitg setsfent- It TIM irvtu bay attMtodd wntratttd this aXInrinUtnitnm Iatl we see In thin MlNaitoa1 We ntiMt repeal arch- ie itatMNi aa Sued moncvwlr aM w 11 sa have co Sea t otaaiswet et tb- IILaws Rnlnt ntonofoly Trail Take A hand In rnllllet list the trots tel a haled In pajXtoa They fMrnta MarK haste the ss- of Mrrufrtton food WNh wMtk W IMeIIlII the eLbionr and eeMtlam Ibis tratlen In power He fr as I oa net great monopoly In Awwrtca II asp I partlnir this admlaUtraUa awa lb BJ I UitMl detaeeraltc alrkhaMe ta Uw me l punHcaa lee asst af sew York IW r alphas aar platform slid dM nat IfhII oaa4Mau Ta ma wlia dabseekNaM- sliumwbe paMau tN trainee et tU- seore ahoUag for MvKtahajr Iwt me ark this qtMaiton la Uaar an- ImetWslI rear la th Icod wise Wr tltLIdt ItWiftiit1reaerrwiU beJeriISSI4i 4 It IU dolt a partlwn quMtton It I a HMnttan ef lfpreerv tMia Hhall the uraateai ran the Rovrrnment at Waih laictaa ar shall the pwpM who da the wvrk of Ih4 auniry again take shaft of Its- feet me remind you that amid alt thtvltMcaUan awtu aM the msnpnsealtltan na man has yet crleo who has had the hardlhaod ia avert that tHII1MI and Iht ayn ll ata scold central William J Dryad TnlU at lletlnr TurnlM f to the auhjrct of Imptrlnl llam with the Introductory riMtmrk that he would next My n weed about duty nail destiny nUll the mtaaton of our Hag Mr Altgehl reviewed the isle tory of our war with Spain telling hovr oottllLryCllrcec1logo to ther Miueof ell bu Aftortrao Ing step bjr step the route of evottta I lhlllppttNlacquisition of the eastern UhttiiU of the Tutted Stolen Mr Altgcld Midi InllIhlI we are pimply mnrehlni In 11M lla of stir duty This canl and hypecrtoy bcaomo woarlMin Vas the Drltlih arnbaMAdar the agent of Divine Iravtdeae when tin went to Mr MrKlnley and urged him to teell all of the Islands and so Into tewlanlal bal CeltlnKate of Amrtaa that wanted opnartunl tiN lo make money At tM expettae ef time bydNllnyIn thin anttAmerlran polleyT DM iravt deuce want lnorm il n about aaal sad mineral wealth Uld 1rovWewj HI fat PhilIpplnen vrlxniy an l 1Nlttlalt I am baton w had there any treaty right rQsn other ricbr Was It th t lord that bawd the anlar to den Otto an l o mb r SI UN iiracUralty agstartthoseto that time praatlehlly comnMudlBff hlut o burn their towns lay Waite their eafen sty and shoot down their men their wvwsa and their children rare l Not a 1nrlUnn One Why attempt to shoulder on the Lord these Indrfenalblo acts of William Mo Kliiley who was guided not by deatfny not by iTovldonce but by the greed of American syndicate Does tle lordchange with tin seasons so that what la vlrtuoInThis ia not a partisan question It Ila an American question Shall wo preserve woabandotthemolpUa of equality time vigor of llliorat Ideas thulutqdeathspirit of monopoly at home and in U ilUR IlIru3dHhllU thattlloIncapable of maintain free government and thut In one short century Um corrup treedhodthodUllyMr Atlgeld also referred briefly to tba postal Kcnnduls In Cuba growing out of ropublkuu inlBmaiiagcmrnt of ime Ulaurts mad closed with un appeal to the young men to vote with tan thedenteI huvu boratofor ijautrolltd UiUr pub Ua 1 1 i I WASHINGTOIIM 1 Lesson for the People In the PiratiII cal Methods of the Coal Trust MEANING OF MKINLEYS REELECTION llnnuiia llnuit In the Hrlllrinrnl l the Coal MlnrrV SlrlLc HnTnrU If ItnuiilillcitiiM lo Minimi VulKrM Sonic Iacu llrunrillnir Tnmt lrulilulliiu Cerrllondee11rkI o ChlcoJfnpepektrattwi that till urn percept adviinm IH wsif tm o1T red to tlmucxil inlHtrH wuK it r IRcwuim KU achemr Withi his iu Mi cms tnptilUy IIP nn uiiii l that the Uiirriiijr miner would Jump III the bait and tall to se the trn which It toacciilFd Manual liH trn to take the erwlU of the offer to him Hit before ht knew the result of theI ftmiriojM eoriffrmcf How diMjinnlRiMl hr must have been when ke fouiA that the miner hnd de I taolultll the helfll froHi the hook nitI rvfwmd to WHlk into tkv trap If tIllil Mrfke Is irotoMgtd until It online mifI ferintf to poor jeolde unable to pay dvsiMwtt price till r iK itftUilllty of- allHh ri nsp and IHTOHTO Hletiuo to the pwhile rMttIIOIPI with the earl com blMB Tko mlNfrrB waived recognition of their uHim awl merely finked that the ttn Iwrftt nit VH itc lie Kiiitrantecil1 to tkrm for six months HHtll April 1 1WI Tkry stTercit to lease the ntkerI grlffmMn to arbitration and nblil by tke tJMtetai Nothing could IIP faire than that Asa matter of tart the op ontteni rantd affordI to guarantee the MX months advance In wagm purely na aytriesJ Sruwlllg Itgatsat their llira lion IIrUl urn antFtlip prelection and encouragir slept ivhlvh It reoplvm from the Mo lilt ley ulldnfHration There are vnrloHk rwuons why the OOA oomMRe has not been too nnzkni to end tkr itlrike at oner They are jmrely luitlnrm eannlilcraUfliift ant- these 1 wdyh more hearty with th- trust e titan any MiHHcnl advantage even of tilt party Vhlch vtaiuln for It sI nggrcMtenii while the flonl operators and the rail road combine have reaped n profit of I more than S4Mooo while the atrlke i lina been IH pragrea thin IIs not be i oAMM there han Ivnn any scarcity of deal On tke rontrary there won wore than a Million tons pled up at varlowH MrlHtu In JCw Jvrtey In nntlatimtlen of llrjg UrtUtf It gave a Hplendfd nowtw tiS teEtp sni Dxtra profit front t1M1I li- lh 1 nBffi1TftIrI1I1IJt1Y jlnrtc Jlnnnn may peraunde the ope rInsaps te Recede to the very moilonitr tleiiuuul of the miners and Kettle the Mrlkv but the country 1lute had Its II- IiGn lea It baa MeeH how uHlhnllcHl IUtnwtt dominion In the coalI fleldi and lion the tniftt opprrsa and degrade the eonImisting Miblle on the other TIll tot err have already made up their multi that this piratical method of doing buriinoa Sa dangerous to time I of the Mople Time reelection of MeI KInlwy nits m the exteiMlon of coolI trust tuetkodM to every Industry In the country eoritrolledl by tntatannt they already iiMitibf 400 suit over llnlrnlut nf Tru l The repubMeuns art taking much pnlnx lo eonfiwe nil mUk nd the tot vra on the trust laetie Bryan IN held tip an the hHguboo who will Interfere with legitimate bunlneuM when he brings tilt guerrilla trmtH under the operatlpn of legal remcdleK No eriion nhould be In doubt an to till result of trust restraint In liull vkliml esl+ ra the arresting and i tinltti rust of a thief metiUK noire renrlty for till homwt men In time linftlnetw world the some prln elple applln The nrnwt and imnlnh men of tawlem trustn nil eomblna tlon mean mow neiMtrlly tutu better o iKirtnnltIeH for sill marls of honest and legitimate bnsinrlw To permit the trnata to go unj un bieilll1hll unrest rnlnrd UK they nn do Inrr now U to Introduce n efliidltlon of nnnrehy and UnnjrHrd of law wherein no elllaen wh feel mire of employment or of Iwliifr nl to east a free vote Itrjiulillrnn rrtul lrgltnltnn ItoiMivelt jrpowm more qulat RII he praymMCs eastward fly the Unit he Htmek IlUtmla he bad exvlinugvil rlI tupermtlon of the demoenita for tmre Need misrepresentation In relation tolrtiatu he made several untnie sad mlsle Unir statements One was to this effeot IOU wu the deniodiitH who refused to vote for the oomUuillonnl niueud ment proposed by our party during the kMt sesalon thus they math It tin poMlble for the rll 111 hilt II mnjnrlty to njiply nn effeellve remedy- It Is true that the diiuouruts refused to Join with the repubHoniiB pad give the neeessary ttwa thlrtlsvote to pairs the nmendtnoiit In the liouttv Hutt why Here Isl the renl atntUR of the cnlle The proponed amendment would newerI inlet restrained trusts nor Intorferpd with them In any wny even It It hnd pniwed and reeelved the minetlon of tho iKoefMiry number of states It was not Intended to apply to trusts Tt wnllI intended to crush out nil orgnnln dons among farmers aid laborere It proposed 10 proreeute them out of ex lIiHenee under the general head of com I lilnntlona 1n less nn authority on Practical rwiioniles than IrcMliWnt Sntnuel OpUIl of the Amcrloan Federation J klt of Tibor derlnrea that the amendment I prop yil 1 he rrpnbliiaiis was tIll i awort ilai ier us to uagull id labor of I tiny piece of kgUlullon ever offerfd iIt- eongrest9 The republicans pretended that tthe amendment would not apply to aNa elattonn of farmerH and laborers but they absolutely refimcil to accept n Bee orgtllJl1lIllolUlfroUlI intuit That won one of the renxons why the democrats voted ngalnst theI amendment The democratic party theIprotect I not to fasten hoHtllclcglHlatioii 11po unjuntfthey already The republicans propose to crush In ihistrlnl association wns ngnlti see elearly when the amendmunts to th eoculled Slitrinun antitrust law wer brought In The democrnti Insisted that the amendmeiitH Ibe defined no that the Khould not apply to labor organla tlons The lunar republlcnnit very re luotnntly accejrted1 the amendment pawed the bill and saw to It that thieli- d eollenguew in the tenate burled tli oadhnpcutresarrertfono I s ihulgrrondthe recent congresc in relation to taulegislation That record will Justice n democratic majority In the next lioune Jlooftevclt might know If he were well informed that the only appllca tlon the Sherman trmt lute IHIS ever had In the District of Columbia lint Iran far the purpose of Indicting rwr member of the Carriage Workers union bemuse they called theattentfon at the pnliNc to tile tart that n rectal ulploylugt alleged trust legislation under n republican administration ADOUUI IATTKnSON CLEVELAND NOT DRAWN OUT Iornirr Irrnlilmin Itrrrnt Ciiiiiuiiin- lenllun Dura but Vnrry 3Urmorrnta A Kent oky admirer of Orover- i r Clevpkinii alternated to drew him out on the mibjeat of the present polltl cat campaign He tiki not proceed dl reetly He only asked the fortnei- demanrntlo r president If he knc ebnHgml1 his flnniiclul views since the suba Duet to a number of Chicago bulnti men written In 1606 In reply to the attempt to draw him spintonsI seen the letter of 1895 ulnee It win published In that year but on look Ing over It now lie hind no reason t c amond It In any way That Is all there III of it In nn way It U not a political denwitlon A great many men who four or flu years ago exprtssed views similar tc tho e of Mr Cleveland nt the luau nn as firm as Ihe Is In their old bis Mofic They are honest iiioBej mr t nrJjit etliiir f fhU clnSr I C1t let Ito Their names appear on the recent registration lists In ever ward This year they are supporting the national democratic candidates Theli jirln plcH have not changed The believe that the dangers to be nppre heHiIiHl through tthe reelection of Mr Mclnkv are greater than any K w41dt danger which could come through the llrynnI Vresident Cleve kinds letter dora not dlMr KR demo crats half as mnchiu exIresldent liar rinons halfhearted deliverance die twHtcft republininsCliIengo Chron idle THE SULU QUESTION Seerrlnry Mrlklrjulmn letter t- llr Hll Kvnilrn Ihr Ural Unmtlun- O Acting Secretary of WnrMelkleJohn UJJt n WnMilnpton iUputHi has writ ten to Mr Ilryan denying the truth of the hitters statement that the Mc1 ICInley admlnictratlDn has recognld slavery In the Sulu Inland MrMIkle john calls llr Ilrvoiii attention the dUpntoh goes on to ny to the fuct that Me president approved lien Ilnteft agreement with the Sulu mil tan with the understanding and reser vation that thU agreement was not to he deemed In say win to authorize or give the consent of tth Pulsed State to the exlsteHeeI of irv In the Sulu Intponlblebyconstitution of the UnitedI Stntes Secretarylelldejohn of Suln continue to hold their shires and keep their hnronu Just the samo lad the United States authorities In the Philippines noting under the orders of President McKlnlo have made not the lemtt ntt iupt to interfere with tJthcr of these practice The constitution dotlures that alnvory subjecttoState It flats exist in the Stilus indirect violation of the commtit titian and Secretary Melklejohn well knowH too thatt President MoKInley despite his paper disapproval which may or may not hnvs been coiumunlcntcd to the polygamous stavedriving miltan haa made no attemptu to suppress ft It Is provided In Jhc thirteenth turnmi men t to the constitution of the United Stales that neither slavery nor Involuntary Korvltude except lIE- n punlfiiimcnt for crime whereof the party skull line been duly convict cd Khali exist within the United States or any shoe hiibjict to their jurisdiction Does slavery exist In the Stiht nrchlpclngo IH the Sulu archipelago subject to the jurlt dctlon CIUlIiIon of taut yes The second also Is nn Dwered as n matter of diplomatic ngreiMmuit yes Then yhnt Jinx be come of tare iionstltutlon Pliiladel shin Jhncl S 6 JHAS KEY DUG UP IN ROME Cvitnilfiii Kilnrnlorn Bonreiilr la llej1 oIleved tn lie of Helen fH 1tlllu ValueI i I I Prot Iloltwood principal of t Rvnnston 111 high school hat In 1i Is poucMlon n key that was dug from the ruins of the Hainan forum In lummer It has never been seen h tclentlRtB but Prof Ooltwood believes tlof great value nThe key was secured by Edwin Me Donald n student of the Evnnaton high school last nununer whllo was in Home Young McDonald iv tlngjnmonJj were not allowed to remove anything they found but McDonald took ad1I oscileer to buy the key of the finder U offered him n coin to the value of- IS50 and it was readily taken- r The key is of bronze is 18 Inches Illet what Is of fur more interest to stuI dents of history IIs that the key Is cov fend with hieroglyphics Prof Dolt wood was unable to translate any of them but he believes tie inscription- are In several different languages Ha thinks some of them nre In Hebrew others in Greek nod still another 1 Persian Prof Bolt wood purposes to have lb I nrrhueolno csts f WEDDINGS AMONG THE RICH Autumn With See HIP tIn Ion of llrarti I tnod Jjber1 1 j I Cupid Iis reaping a rich harvest of hearts this autumn In the fashionabl- world of the 400 the weddings will fol1 low rash other closely all through Oqt tuber and November Foremost In 10 cial Importance Iis that of Mlis Louisa Morgan the eldest daughter of J Ple pout Morgan the multimillionaire toI Herbert Livingstone Sntterlee n Xew York lawyer It IIs sold that Mr Sat terlees bride will bring him a dower of 1000000 the gift of her father w hole favorite child she li Mr Satter lee Iis a member of the New York navalI militia and served as a member of GOT Mortons and GOT Blocks staffs Another wedding to be celebratedI during November is that of Miss Ms Harper daughter of Mr and Mrs J Keph Henry Harper to Langdon Barnett Valentine a Harvard man of ther class of 87 Still another wedding tifI which society is Interested Is that o Miss Edith Whitney daughter of Mr yand Mrs Charles S Whitney to Henry Lewis Batterman Miss ElizabethI Barnes daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Burd Barnes will be married on November 8 to William B Potts LineraThe JJrilsnnla the pioneer TesseTol the Cunard company was built on thcl Clyde in 1840 and she and three sUter ihips averaged a speed of SY knots an hour In a race between the tlftli U American ship the Washington andI the Britannia the British vessel won byf II two days With the Inauguration ofi the Collins fne In 1850 the Cnnnrd corn I patty met with keen competition but It held Its own and In 18S5 it added tilt Persia to Its fleet and she averaged a I speed of 131 knots per hourwhich eclipsed every previous performance bt any steamer The average length 01II passage from Liverpool to New York I was then 12 days- 1ewalr Clerk In Japan I The latest Innovation in Jipnn Is till formation of coimnwclal soliools for the ttraining of female clerks anti ont of the largest railway compiuits la Nippon lies Intimated that after a car t employedla I TUB XAltlETIIII I Cincinnati Oct 22 CATTLK Common E3 3 50 Extra butchers 4 4 15ICALVES Ext ra 75iviv 0 50 I HOGS Choice packers 4 4 l tilllMixed packers 4 4 7- 5SiIEEIChoice 2 7ft a 3 CO LAMBS Extras 5 10 S 5 85- FLOUIl Spring pat 4 00 n 4 4- 01VHE1rNo OItNNo 2 2 41 77i OATS No 2 reelIIII 1tYFNo 2 561 HAY Bout 14 25- POKK Mesa jjll 50 LAUD Steam I 0 87- 1BD1TEU Ch dnlryI 13 Choice crcnmory P 2 APPLES Cli to fancy 2 60 73 1OTATOIJS Per brl 1 15 TOBACCO Old New 12 0 0o 00 1211II CHICAGO FLOURWin patent 3 80 lTh 4 00 i WHEAT Ofo 2 rod 73M 7v No 3 spring OS fi 7- 4COAXNo i 2 40 Q 40 OATSNO 2 i lajC 1 2- KYE 2 W- IOlUx I sIt11 fiO 11 73 LAUD Steam 7 0214 7 05 NEW YOm FLOUK WJn patent 3 70 4 0- 011HEAr2No 2 7- COUN uP r OATS No 2 2V- IIY13 redillill 571 LAKD Stcnin 7 30 lOmIFamily 1050- UAtTlMOKE 11111AlNo 2 red 71tafn 72 Southern COyi nI 7- 1CORNNo 4 2ullxcu44s n 45 OATS No 2 mixedi S 25 CATTLE Butchers t 5 00I 5 25 HOGSWestern 570 + 5 SO INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT No 2 reda 74 CORN No 2 mixedu 4- 1OATSNo2 mixed n 23 LOUISVILLE rOUnWln patent 4 bOlou 4 50 TCORNMixedOATS Mixed ffi 24 tFOJUPRIIt j llllltrrr AatomnlJlhI I The anttngobileelreaive military men all over the world betiaverytbathdrh I Jlollttter StomachBiller It mum iis iudijtionyIiI Itu I K fever and IgucitPaR fleas AVcurliiK tile Lnanilrr thefltwpRI whoeverp dlYatpackages of laun drrwaaatthedorandaskedifthelaundrya I huptH A Thankful Woman On September 27 1000 Mrs Anna EIt Cf 1823 Baytniller Street Gin metals trio wrote MyI eyes were sorer parIed aU till Eye Utxton and they coulri tit do as must as relieve me My eyelids t twirl would have ulct1S on them caus i IIC turibf jiain so 1 could neither sleep rr work and leeches were put on my head fromIhaljrJ I i sore thin five years I am never without tat home and have been recommending it meII+hd I cannot thank you too much for what j has done for me Ifour druggist does I tot keep it send to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl- n streett New York for sample of Lotion ud Lotion Soap I IIIFine Doubt of lice tore ji She as her lover is about to start on a oirney round the wordSly dear Adolf nil you be true to me when you are larI iwar Promise tae that you will write toIae from ever town you visit HeOh Ada iis it love that prompts you e I N this ids Wear to me do you tilly love me or are you merely collecting nreign postage stamps Stray Stories yomeseekcrs ICxcomlon Tickets StateJtreat Western Railway on the first and bird Tuesdays of October November and bfcwnber at the very low homeseekers hie of one fare plus 200 for the round 21roys contem meting a trip will save money by wiling on my Great Western Agent and obtaining stall information regarding the home itfkers rates or addreiiing F II Lord 0 PIk T A 113 Adams St Chicago Modest Her Father And I ipose you opect if I consent to let you have my dough j tll that I willet you up in bumes and j sake you rich Mr Sapleigh No I hilly havent any such extravagant ex Dotations as that Im willing to take pit for my board and clothes Spare herI aseats Business Opportunities on the line of the Iowarblastflets rides locations for Blacksmiths Doctors Dressmaker Furniture Grain and Live ock Buyers General Merchandiw liardInre Harness Tailors Cold Storage i rumeries and Canning Factories Write fILl in regard to your requirements so that Te mav advise you intelligently Addrea- sll1 lleec Industrial Agent C G 1VIty- G1 Endicott Big St Paul Minn What wholesome truth asked the Sab bathtehool teacher nervously jis taught by ihr sloe of Jonah and the whale Theraeriota notrtplmandownknowThisremarkabeisneat for the lIonel No matter what ailou headache to a yourbowelscure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you just 10 rents to start getting your health back Cascarets Candy Cathartic the genuine put up In metal boxes every tablet hu C t v C stamped on it Beware of imitations He insulted met she claimed He contradicted me in a most brutal way What have You to say t6 that 1 WbIerIt- htt is to say Ieradmire his nerve of course answered Mr Meekly Chicago Port There should be less worrying about what the unseen has in store and more cure of the health to be able to do the work it brings to everyone Atchison Globe The heal Prmcrlpllon for Clilll and Fever IU a bottle of Guorcs TASTRLB fuiMTosic Ills slmpiytronand ulnlnoiu tasteless form No euro no pay Pricc Oc Nothing Doing Bernstein = Vote der paperOht und lefcn amen firezJOVD Topics To Care a Cold In One Day Take IaxaUvoDromoQuinineTablets C5c All When a man is looking for trouble Lo never loS his way Town Topics mo293UNION OtJG1AS 71 payIngrf4 IDougInswill convince you that they nro just in good In every way and cost JIIi BEST SHOE IOnaI poiltively outwear v pairs of w ordlftlryII 0I largest snnkera of mens 83 I and S30 shoe In world anal more 83 and 83BO shoes makeII other two manufacturers In 350 op Snap omplete Doable t79 will two 33 we are the the Wti sell thou The reputation of W L Douglas IJJX nd IOJO rfittn lot itjlt comfort sod wrh known eeerywhen throughout the worl- dTheyhaeto Hr bf tt r Mtlife lion than othtr mat H became the itaadard has alwayi been meoythan BEST 300 SHOE beau1etlYAltOem we gin one defier ereloUa ale to era loan 4DoaglutofateOtoenW L 1oualw Hboe you Co Itruckton JtuM t FISWTACKLEP7rlaaa CUUrEIIIIIU 8Uio P 1w we POWEll d anENT co ill a1a1llalIa 4T- LIF Deli tf of OttUlta for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of uraell and completely derange the whole iys tern when entering it through the mueaus surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions fom reputable physicians as the damage they willI d is often ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney dt Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the ten tine It is token internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney d Co Testimonials free Sold bv Druggists price 75c per bottle Halls Funnily Piltl are the best Seeking the DetailsHe died of heart failure said the doctor Of course of course returned the perverse man everybody docs that but what made hit heart fart Thus do the thauhtlcs ever make trouble for the Ilearned Chicago Post Each package of PCTXAMH FADELESS DYES colors more goods than any other dye and colors them bettor too Hold by oil druggists justbecausecantPuck Fisos Cure is the best medicine we ever antilungsWmFeb 10 1000 J the original back biterCbicogoDaily sews Tis sweet to kissso is Kiime Gum to chewThe waluAllySloper n ActablePre paralion forAs slmilating thcFoodandBcguki liRg the 5toJlDChs nndBowels of IHJIDKIN PromotesDigc3lionCKccrfur nessandHestContains rOpiumJorp1ine nor Gneral OTIITARCOTIC1Detor CdTP s51i- RmtaN Sfd- r4wefv r- anr J 8ntrler cte 1 rHtl I farCOnstipRon Ubrms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FaeSimilo Slgnnlure or- NEW YORK l EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER A SURE CURE Tor Kidney Tnls by some ot our of as the heal rut on the AI aJA VOIC da 8O Boa 404 HUB 0 llfciut what rat era In world Mwun a Dry Vln h ty fint any woman ran ui ran eeul Its Or imps Writ now fur to anT a QnI j1o ere InWe j S Trk OKLAHOMA 000 nw tutor nation about the land One 1100 rteglI w i t r O Irues Hook of 111 djDr U U bUdS Dot U I nn ABSOLUTE SECURITY CartersI Little Liver Pills Signature of I see Wrapper 4 Bull and a easyII to take aa I 1 CARTERS ITTLEIVER PILLS HEADACHE PuniNESS IIUCUSHESS LIVER CONSTIPATION f SALLOW THEr r 1 I J J 1HI I l t if a CASTORIAIFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theS- 1gYlatUre I f s a- GDrFor Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA 0 Txa CSMTlee NCW Tea CITY rrtlI-s Most everybody knows = somethingabout Old Virginia Cheroots 300000000 of them are being eJ smoked this year Ask anybody about rthem if you have never smoked them I yourself They have made their = own reputation and their own place = in the cigar trade wholly their H0 merits Three good smokes for five cents and waste 1 JIThree hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked r year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents me lls BilliousnessDy and Liver- Complaints remedy hnabeen hlchlr recommended physicians Cincinnati Itcmefly market SASUWS- X X3oTS3od3r COP 8ISJI St Clqclnaitl A RED HOT SELLERIft rrtrjbody wantstar protntlun the Powder KxllnBuUher endored Depart Wtjbl nNlt by- deeonstratlnabowItkills yrodttoaamtei particular anil how ilcmonttmr IIIUus HOI FOR0000sbasri6tor KIOWA LHIKTderotdto tar tlr loogabcabnrcueefrttlutrardbookoni ebgyiLta AddruUICkTnoa0AarrluuyoT rtD DOVNKff tlSCOVKRTt elves qalrkrcllfandcurtiwont trttlmnnlal and Ireitmrnt 1rco UUtLUNt Atlautau Genuine Must Bear FscSlmlle Dclow real OBfar FOR FOR FOR FOR TORPID FOR SKIN fiI FOR PLEXIOAe of Use eeaatr S as on no this SM VKKli rlt Tub OHICACOio OMAHA Double Dally Service NevlmeTlaRock ford Dubuque Waterloo Fore Dodge anACoon- clhI3luns Buffet- 1lbrarysnaohtng tars sleeping ears tree reclining chair tandlnlngcarc Bend to the nnd rsl nd fora feed copy of Pictures and Mots EnRout Illustrat lag this new tine as seen from tho car window Tickets of agents of 10 It K and connecting lines ALL UAISON Gl L Chicago I ERepepoIncluded ttTHE fAT MAHIIU Mrma CD CAMDEN NJ nett lbeeh d7np cod Ore to amp sold by dru its I IA N KB 18Jb W1IEV VU1TIO TO ADVERTISER plrne state that JOel paw Ibe AdvsrttwI meat lor Slits pupas Y r k I fa jIp w THE HICKMAN COURIER Jcorgo Warren j I HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY OCT 20 11900 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR cON1ltES9 lEDC Cnllowny county iw n candi date for Congress from the First Dis i trict nt the election Nov Cth 1000 0 OF courso tim war is over in the Phil ippines in spito of Gou MacArthurs l casualty list and the army of 05000 still maintained there j jmenwas awfully ttttkind of Gen Grosvo to concede Texas to the Democrats will cause now coutldonco to f placed in the prognostications of tiI I distinguished forecasterIttttAauiNAino is believed to bo planning a fresh outbreak Ho has ordered 11nnj former leaders in Manila to cease all at j plaji I t 4C mtANOTHER powerful Hryau recruit Judson Harmon Attorney General ii- a in the Cleveland Cabinet nail ono of the j Middljo West wagon r filled ttttTilE Legislature adjourned sine die Monday night A new election law was oleojlion will be hold under the Goobol law with a few unimportant amendments miI made at the present session tttt1 Tin new battleship Kentucky salldf I lost Saturday on her long trip to China this 1 r It monthsItr blow4i weeksmt EXGOVERXOR PATTBRSOX of Ponnsyl vania who his recently returned frolDIn Porto Rico draws a terrible picture of the carpet hag administration there JIo says the people arc bankrupt both indi vidually and as a whole and aro stars ng ttttBUYAXS reception m Now York city surpassed any demonstration ever made AmericnIAs a political gathering it broke all rec ords Croker has raised his estimate twhY 100000 majority in tho city and says tliQ state if sato for Bryan ttttreqTilE Rev Doctor Samuel Sale pastor of Temple Shaare Emeth St Louis who was chaplain of the conventionI Prethati written an open letter denouncing thesc policy of tho administration and declari l thelk innTHOUSE BILL 19 which embraces thoi nonpartisan amendments to the present election in Kentucky was signed by any Governor Beckbam last week and isi iiI110WallhasI making to furnish tjjfort as required by tho new law tuctttti UNITED STATES SENATOR GCORQE L wo I WELLINGTON of Maryland one of th3I foremost Republicans in tho country predicts Bryans election He onthatat t believeto 3 flg J fIi f with tho chance in favor of Dryantb i ttttiTHE New York Heralds poll of tho the rcountry gives McKinley a total of 282 electoral votes and Bryan 105 On tho ono i 1 contrary an estimate by Chairmantll Jones of the Democratic National Con jnittco pits down 263 electoral votesI for Bryan 103 for McKinley and 87 of fug doubtful Secretary Kerr of tho Dem ocratic Congressional Committee says the next House will have a Democratic M J majority of twentyfivetttt j ttttjspokeIi in I Monday night to an anti iStaraI t tOncethat completely filled tho Audit rium which has a seating capacity of j 5000 His speech was in advocacy of the Democratic ticket and his reception- was cordial in tho extreme Ho devoted tho greater part of his time to huperialat Ism and criticized at length the policy L l + of the Republican party denouncing It as inconsistent unwise and smtttti FROM Hopkinsvillo cornea tho news t beenIjury against prominent Republicans f eluding several county officers for vio I Ilatlonof election laws f Attorney IIowell who has been nctivop t HItdlIs j IIjI yt fore it indictments might hayo boon bothf1 r rtrrtion false iswearing and gross Irrcgui f laritics in I111 HIt LOCAL NEWS I A good farm is advertised for snlo iin this Iissue See Muster Uommissionurft notice in this issue WUTeoth extracted positively with out pain MOFALL Jt DISMUKRS Got ready Democrats tho battle of the bullets Iis not tar oil =Thanksgiving Day is not so vary fur on and tho gobblers than Iis IlimitedI 3r Far limo IrOillllst OrocorlOtl t n town go to 010 BAKKKS Hoods do livered free A tees wild fowls worn observed this week going In tho direction of Rtrolfout Lake haAlifeboat that will float on a son ofInf trouhleiFrom present indications candidateS i i uumerou1ionext your usNutting parties are fashionable now d tho woods will soon bo full of young folks gathering tho toothsome nut Now is tho accepted time to drop ii advertisement in the Courier if you wish to gut your share of tho lull trade nq1loir Points Tale GBO HUCK i Coradfellowishould have housed during the sumac- months The man who traits to veto neglect 1IInsuch a privilege and duty to go unite a coptcdwoNew corn is now selling at 8175 per barrel and in sumo instances 200 has been paid for small quantities of early deliveriesinBQUPoriitivoly all work dono without n I ucFALL t Drsxvicxs tlJII pnln arelessspeakingbyvember Cth in the various precincts iin county A philosopher rises to remark that some married men talk in their sloe that is about tho only octane over getfIjBugwillg hiWednesday1tho interest of tho Democratic party a 0lalI l furnishInlcheap No old stock all new and date uptor 01FontltberethCowgill118hawMissLssipci titer steamboattnen ore experiencing trouble with deck laborers o make tronstnnt demands for highs recentlyXoricn Tho Board of Stewards are nextlhundaysettlement Lot ovary member bo present with full report JAMES E FUQUA sident The remark of an optimist that the of n geranium leaf ill enough nslmost to prove there iU a heaven moves pessimistic Kansas City Times toi of What sort of a place does a of cheese aistoncoftgrlland us tho subscription price of newspaper or magazine and BOVOi of yourself the time and trouble ot making separate remittance We handle them WILSONS BOOK STOHK announcerd C population of nil cities over 25000 lens commenced on the Sturm Arknauras will receive attention first Ken coming in alphabetical order It probably bo several weeks helotwill know the population of Hick man prqe riSomocrntic Club told n big rally that placo Wednesday nights The Democrats of that flihtingthe county had better look to their laurelsIt the country editor snapped at nilj inducements held out hod soon hoHmillionaire If he ran a paper in with the popular notion lied soon bo i dp nlmshouso If ho published eve thing sent him ho would soon bo in jail half tbo time and in tho hospitalI other half WHEN you havo no appetite do not relish your food and feel dull after eat j you may know that you need a dose Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 2oc Samples free nt Cowgill Cowgills Hickumu and A Shaws Stato Line The decision of tho Court of Ap IorI game law is in forco will bo hailed glad of all truo sportsmen throughout the The game law expires November ISth and birds may bo killed until Jani unillwful oftheMartin Tcnn Nov ICth Ulshop liargrove presiding and continue in session about six days Tho conference ferrite embraces West Tennessee and Sou lebeIn the South t towit 5U altOU members dratndeelgo elannat saw west of Tro titto recounts was not ex to Burvivn Hays was on tho out and on hearing u commotion in tho hull started to go in when tho firing began There were two shout und ays was the only man hit It has not been learned who did tho shooting Machine LMrBUCKS machine Hhop to repair atytbi the machine lino I Serious Runaway Accident On Saturday evening last Miss SailII 1Hunnott a young lady living in Ka t Iliokumn was thrown from n buggy o I MoscowI avenue none tho College an I seriously hurt Sho in company wiII jher sister way driving in a buggy 1II John Colin when ono side of tho shaf- becamo detached front tho buggy ai drop cd down thereby frightening tl r jhorse causing it to run away Alt r running n short distance thobuggy a overturned and tho occupants thru n out Upon investigation it was disco cent tJlllt ono of the young ladies 311 + Salina had susUiined serious Injuri ving broken ono of her lower linn + two places Sho was convoyed to 6r Ihomo near by and n physician Kiiinmo edl who did all in his power to nllovii her sufferings Tho other occupants t limn buggy escaped uninjured but tl buggy was sadly damaged nRobbed of 125000 Win Colin n wellknown dry goa merchant of Fulton was robbed of f- 1 250 last Saturday evening between oclock and the time of closing the Bto e at 11 oclock that night InrK roll of greenbacks which Mr Cohn lu I put in a drawer in tho rear of the sloe it disappeared or who secured it i mystery to the detectives who are nt rking up the case Theru was a tar crowd of customers in the store Seta day afternoon und tho clerks were v i busy It is said a tramp was seen but about the store Two detective wti detailed to solve tho robbory and th now trying to fathom it rWlio Owns iCeclfeot JfmUe It will be remembered says lima Ma field Mirror that lout year J 0 Harry Tptoot Lake and at once began to drain but an injunction was gotten opt against him anti since then tho mutt rested A few days ago the hein off Ed ward Darrity secured the services of lawyer trout Texas who U now In county Tcnn overhauling tthe reconla It u claimed that many years ago K was IsaaiM the tint trrant the grant of same 13000 acru 0f lapel where Heclfoot Lake now iiand that the State had no right or authority to give any ono a tltlo to thee I f JodICIOooIICrCory court and will be watched with plClaIyHolely dependent on the renourcc of tU J lake W Weaned iron Oar Exchange routpsnTisstructlng an electric niilway from lees to Kidgoloy Tcnn- Muyflcld Monitor MmI 30 Utubl+ Hickmun who has been visiting tier brother Mr Wesley Owen and family attending the carnival returned me Sunday Obion Democrat Mr A A Kemp HlokmAnatdMhar3nllfoWilsunwero married lost Saturday in front of the Methodist parsonage by Rev J 1 1 Hob crt The bride U a daughter of Mr hits Wilson of near this city Fulton Leader Col Wwloy Htolw highly respected citizen of Water Vnl burlIta fall He was walking along the xtrect when in some manner ho stumbled and fell his head striking a hard Hurfun and cutting two arteries in his head pu dueblication xtrpyitIndirtmfntlortaken up must be advertised in a newt paper Several persons are failing to to tho law in the county of ickman IillttyearoldAdoluttelivlnlWnhlrValleyafailingLolUflUnywltb pluyIngRndhlowinjurlOl4tromgirls body was badly hruilledJjtI Charleston Enterprise One of tho slickest OorJwardcountry with blanks similar to those tho census taker with a claim to want scene additional products At the lower end of the paper is a blank space under llnThisn Went promissory unto Is printed htlilledout in Ink and sold to the nearest bunk nurrhtutisofl son as to how merchants ought not to do expandtitascension The aeronaut muds a hutookdomlldopurarhuteullgoes dontfar enough Ascensions pusatwIllmelllltthonlitufOtheplaeuYlidIIlIlUlufacLurlllg A NEW for LI110Vonflickneat nItJ J Tablets It gives quick relief andprevent tho attack ir soonragpears Price 25o per box Samples free I f r I h i iI iTheII1 True Verdict I tI i MY i v Jit Fall and Winter Stock I EXCEEDS ALL FOR Styta and Quality I J EverI shown Iin this market and tho PRICES are sn 1 1 ttt ht1tff ttIHY can got for the CASH Tho Full trade IIH opening lotor than I espeotcl1and 1 1Mmy Stook iis large and wollsclcctcd fJIINVITEI EVERYBODY TO CALL 1nclace tho IIAnOA INS I am giving r t J I r AII1BER6ff c fn c c Q fj Stove Boards Stove Pipes ifj HEATING STOVES j Just received large supply of Ilcl tjj Stoves coal and Wood Jing Call und see themJ we are sole agents t for the ffamous r WILSON HEATER J Will burn onytlung that looks IIhwllod smoke no ashes loss wood rand more hoot than any r jjNo made and fIQO thenu othorIjIjr L P W S ELLISONs h 11hi I s = I I t TO HAVK GOOD TEETH it Is cwicntiul that you take goal earn of them A little care now and you Il1 never regret it years to come Our careful examinations mid work mark our professional services as ills j tluctly superior and satisfactory Noth I InK too difficult for our skill Charges that ure met with ploasurIJ Dm HCItllas DISM1IKKS I MONEY YS TUB 1KOILK There is unquestionably tho host o f reasons for tho apprehension now full in Republican minds as to tho danger disaster at tho polls next mouth duo to tho American Middle West to follow President MoKlnloy and his party i his unAmerican policies It is natural also that in such A cri sis tho managers of tho Republican na tional campaign should place their de pendence of the lavish rasa of money fIn tho corruption of corruptible voters Many times before this havo thoy boon saved through pandering to this bancr clement of American citizenship Time Republican creed that money i more potent than principles Is fitly ex pressedi in tho cry now being raised h eastern Republicans You cant boat the coin l It may he liowoyor that tho Bound und consistent Americans of the Middlo WJHt will provo to tho Hannaltes that there are times of national crisis when money t+ to pervert or to l1l1l1otlrovllII nullify I tho pooplo Tho innnnnns slush trawl now said to bray o boon placed in tho hands of the Western managers of the Republican campaign need not too hastily bo regarded as tho clinching argument insuring time roelec flan of MoKmloy limo voters of tlio West are not willing to betray tho Re public for gold A Coml Law IVoMfMHM Slate Hound of IMmr 11h kw iMtmotoiI its nUflmwy I t to draw up H bill to be ipruK nttMl Io Uir mxt I trwtature pniridlng for thu rug ulnlion of the wileI of oooouie In Ttn mtf The HB of the drug among the louir class especially the negroes has m rroHe l within tho pout fuw month nt an alHrnung rate and all efforts of tin muiilcipiil authorities to prevent the sal of the drug have beau nnavaKhig Natlivilla Momphia Clint tnnoogn and Kuoxvillo have juiiwed ordinance pro pviding that tho drug Mil only bo put clinsed on n physicians certificate but this fails to mlft time requirenuuit Tftitro rare thousands of cocnino suffer err In the Stato whloh endangers tho health of tho country NlnrcJ my COlIlhIgist of Out lrlll N Y She was disap pointed und wnntrd to know what cough preparation I could rCOOOllllnfOlIl1 I wild to her that I could fwly rwoiniiinnd Cliiimberluins Couxh Itt medp nail that reuudyofsot find it worth the money to bring book tin battle tool I would refund tho orItwo the htdy camo beak in company with a friend in need of 11 cough modi clime and ndvlxml her to bay n tattle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I con sitter that a very good rccoinmoixlitinn for tho remedy It is for salo by Cow gill CowKill Htokmnn and A M tihnvf Strata Jlnn KV n lomattlKstnntrrl Yullrt INFULIYIN OIKOUIT COURT J M Witting Plaintiff EquityrNotice Is hereby given to tho creditors of Mary Knonrr decd that the under signed Commissioner of tho Pulton- Cireuit Court under an order in tho above styled cause will attend nt his ofllcu on the corner o Jackson and Ken tlucky streets from inn auto hereof until lima lilt dray of tho next January tern of this court toOl to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent rued that all claims not presented to him tlIulllrOel1l1H required by law within nt ovo will bo forever barred W P TAYLOR Most Comr l upon Circuit Court I By TOM DILLON Sit Deputy T AW 1 Mined Faints We have nildcid In our Inrgt alook of pA X 3NT T S kRcomplolu linn tlli Ready J1iawl- lJilillf ALL COlORS aRI- 1I1 gtutr iiteetl to ho of the BKST QUALITY tI- cmVIHM I UOWfIIMI I KIT 3 J IMI M OAL F COAI Pittsburg and Eureka Orders uccompniiled with Oanh will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY UI9IAlex A Faris Son CITY BARBER SHOP To my oldl oiutoiiHim We nna here toitay Nobody will appreciate your tiatronago or take ulcer plraiinru lu try lug to plooMu you than wn old rHblobarUira 1L U CjkUiwniL Win OKOWVU IIorNc Ulme Ube NliepI- H ttli the flew Lnaloda hotel where lntIJreadylenrnl towelskersJ H HICIM II K ITT DR S It DAVIDSONI JentistIf OILMAN IU3NT00KY Oflloe ovor Cow lll Sa Uuwuilpa r ruc SLore LIVERY STABLE OlPOSlTK It 1L DKlOT J H POLLOCK Prcpr First class turnouts IniKKifM snrrow onrringort safe twnn AXJ OtmtoiiiurH nerved with courtiwy and politoniHS Pa l tronage solicited TolDplioiio 16 CARUlliERS AKERYY AND CO1NrB TmNERYYr FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIESIETC OLIVTOV HTItHItT- HIOKMAN KHVTUOKV Tolephono No JO C E EAKER Genertl Grcocec Powoll nioolc Olin ton St l I ofJI tqbraveand Choice Dargtini i- S 1 yr Uulluud Time Table ST 0 St Ii nu 5 MlAVfe AllHIVKti- I uJt 3 iitM I miriI I I Ip Local and Personal u =rorIhUilwoU OltylitOlHirtlo Pflyno of Pulton wiw In thu i lay TwwJjtyf InUadfJII InJ1 tnA1l o i Sod alwiijw on hiinu Ilt BUCKS Mr Uaorgs Warren loft Monday for Loot villa to IKUH n tow dayx Cliwtdti Andrew of Union City Kate in die ally l1nllnllu- tLr1 h wtUimil pktwu MolAi a IJUte Mrs WMdtl cad children of Lima Ohio arrived in the oily Wednwday 1iSable Ckrk of Wliigo IIn Yisii- ithWi l I woekfrSttt urda troop u wt to hta old howio to Ohio welRhtOfliOoaiI Mm Dr Home Luton of Fulton MaggloRentllMm1 Clara MHtona of Union Ito iII rWHtiK her father Mr John Wiitlui Who to rej ort d to IfluUe fuobla MowI HobarUi McCandlaKi returnee title weak froth n visit to Cjiruthorsvlllo Mo anti hi die guwt of Miss Borthr IllellardiMr nightrorn Oe1ILIOtot witthe Sunflower Lunilwi SST Par thtt freehwl GroauriM IK town go to 0 B KAKHKB Goods do Ilvered frH Mr awl Mm W S KIIJww returned Monday front their bridal trip having vialted St IA4Iin WMbiHKton Oindn twit New York and otlier i4aeas M raiMl Dillon witli a forew of moo hoe bew wttfHitttd IH potting lit a t1eer- un KttdUioky Hr wt front Carroll streo t to tho rlwr A imieli needed Improve wont 53rHUOK will lix your Wntoh and KUiiruntw MtlifnetiiHi or money refund fed1 MtM Irene Amborg who inn been vtetUng ralativtM in IHinkmnn for tin herIdaby Mm All1fJ AHilwjrg Mr Sylvurtar O llngau formerly of ills aftJJU tow Of AriingtonKY wise n =ta c In k uirt trTlitCluii orox J1a- If l ntJillt wlhIM to the happy temple DflXCrown anal bridge work n special IlnlulOMrullaMm KaHMK s wewrwldeno In Has lllokiiHin moor Uia Collogu now In witw of ounftnitttloii proHiiMH to to XM ot the ltand omMt in the oit 1 Ixitl in arahUentuml dwlgn ned point of lo- CHtlUH lions H V MeChesnoy nod Morton IK YwiU uddrMHHl Uie wrtwni at Htok imm on Tluirmlny evening of liwt weak MonlgolllorHcllooll1ol1H Dtntooratifl party Ktv A roll or Booghor la in Louis vilte this weak attending the Miiwlonan Cwindl of the KjiMoMll Church A niiwbar of dhtinguMhed Utalwi IIIMI unit layman wore prawn including- the bMioM of Ktt nod Huytl liSyDont you want Uio Courier Jour iml f0 oeiilM a your two papuni a weukl Hand m your nlMcriptloM WIIJOXB BOOK STOHB A Dwnoorntic Club was organized countyMondayoff LIlt mJinlxir beitg former Hoimbli OHMI Mr Woodliury Davie WWI uluoled prMldant and Jiw Iiodson KeoroUiry =The control olllao of tho Iliokman Teleiihono ISxuhango luis hon moved to lt a now qunrtors owCowgill Cow gills drug store whuro the pretty and nooominodiitJng jvung opjieralor Miss Wtuniu Hackntt will answer all Holl- eyZMFA66 A DIHMUKKS Uio palnlo8S dMlllHUJlra Hiirdln kddox of the State Dine neighborhood nt the Courier last waak a ConfmlomtB gfiOOO bill to bo plaood in our museum window It will doubtless prove a curiosity to the younger gunonitlon who have grown up Hinoo the war Visa BottioMcDadoand Paul Chan dlor wore married at the homo of the brideH father Mace McUade in Fulton Monday night The bride InI very pretty and attriutlvo young lady and the groom is a locomotive engineer on tho Illinois Centrall Railroad i iIaSoIlIIlhorIhhuhIOfl at BUCKS and uvurything lu proportion Mr Geo Bartlett than whom there Is no cleverer gentleman has retired from the grocery business and loft this week for Oivonslraro with tho view of engaging in the railroad business V o wish him abundant prosperity whereer ho may cast his lot lieu A E Willson of LouiH ill 0 addressed n largo audience at City hull Wednesday night Iu Uio interest of McKiuley and Yorker Ills speech so wo aro Informed was an able and dig nllled ono free front abuse and partisan rancor null tho speaker was accorded a respectful hearing ulrs John Trautweln died at her homo in Union City 1onn Saturday night last and her remains wore brought to this city Monday for interment Tho deceased wits III her 89th year and was for mousy yours a resident of Hickman Sincere sympathy is extended to her many relatives and friends in this com munity SPECIALSFOR 1 lot Fanny Onik oOH 4c nDOlwillieGood yard wide Bleached Domestic 5o Wo start the Fall Business in earnest Each department is now full to overflowing with the choicest Fall and Winter ands Ever are revalntNew Dress Goodsd l It will jmy you well to give careful at tmition to tho following M Inch highly Hnishcd Vonitian and Uroad Cloths all now shadow nt IJffl and 0 100 M litchi liuuvy Plaid DaekN Millions Tan TKday50cuofur35cShirt1 27 inch French Flannel Pastel shades DChOOltofmlxud1I1I50cwool Silk nnd- 14lnnnel Waist 25ButtonsPo11cn75cDotsLine of Wool and Cashmere Waist hand 50l6OloDomet Gowns Nice limo Fancy and Solid Colors at7o to 91 M lid Gloves 1 lot Ladles Kid Gloves Utaoka and Colors nt T6o Skirts Ladles Drcfti Skirts nice IUliWr- tmeutPrioCII8100 to QJM Wo also have n lino of tho RAINY DAY SKIR- TS1Iillillery We nliow n handsome line ot ready to wear Hack hints in all tho now shapes and colors at much lutes prlaofl than Qthan ask SHOES Shoos of all kinds and sizes Seol Kf A t w our ladiai Box Calf at Cunt lo boat at the price P1UE AT IADUCAII rite most disastrous lire that has vis llod Paduoah for years broko out inMor tons Opera House Sunday morning nt hJW ooloak The fire had gained n headway before discovered and lu losi than thirty mluutm the whole block WM devoured by the flames The blockcon slated qf the store of the Scott hardware Co Vial Cabins look storo L 11 Ogllvio t Co8 dry goods store Ely Dry Goods Co and Dr JolT Robertsons office The Ely Dry Goods Gos stock was saved but tho others wore total losses without Insurance The loss of tho fire will ttteood 8200000 trAil work guaranteed for lira by- MCh ALL DISMUKHS tho painless den tlsw lIon Rico A Pierce democratic nominee for Congress H 0 Alexander democratic nomineo for representative mid other Hpeakow will address Uio vet urn of Ohlon county at Crystal tonight ut 7 oclock and at South Fulton to morrow at 1 oclock p m Now in the time of the year when typhoid germs begin to woke up and got ready to stir moat when the fall rains come and soften the ground and drive surface impurities into wells and els terns A general cleaning up mid dis infecting tho premises at this season would ho more useful than nt any other period Miss Jessie Outton has been so for tuunto na to secure tho agency for the Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insurance Company This Is ono of the Old Lino Companies 63 years old and lias about 810000000 assets Wo feel sure Miss Outtou will do well for herself her friends und tho company Life Insur ance Pollutes arc lit greater demand and Yield better returns than Government Bonds The Democrats of tho Montgomery School District organized a Democratic Club Thursday night last with 18 or 20 members Mr M A MoDaniol way elected president Jno W Ballow vieopres ideut and Prof Oalhoy secretary Tho club will meet again tonight and a number of now members is expected to ho enrolled This is tho banner Demo cratic district of Fulton county and every Democrat is expected to do his duty Prof Roach willI speak tonight Prof Kckhart tho aeronaut failed to make his ascension Saturday last ac cording to announcement and as n cou sequence n largo number of people who lend assembled to witness tho thrilling sight went away disappointed Tho an nouncement on the part of the Courier and tho business men of tho town was undo in good faith and not for the pur pose of deceiving Lilly one believing that Eelnhurtlvould carry out his part of the program AH to why lie failed to return from Now Madrid and make tho oscon sion wo are not advised BALTZERZ I DODDSD r J LADIES and MISSES Jackets Capes and Furs In tins department wo snow a big collection ut the right Prises Ladles Nobby Jackets 10 Inches long double breasted and Pearl Buttons in good Black and flint Kersey nt MCO Lino Ladles short Jackets double breasted Pearl buttons Ixst quality Ker sey In Tan Drown Black and G-rayfront8050 to 1000 Misses Jackets nice lino nil colors 6 to 12 years ranging in price from 8100 to COO Ntoo imo Childs Rectors Red Blue and Green 2 to 0 years fromuI to 4CO Big hue On lids Long Cloaks made ot Outing Flannel and Broadcloths from7c to 8200 Infants Whito Cashmero Long Cloaks beautifully cinbroideried from760to 8260 Wo show the largest and cheapest line of Ladies Fur Collarottea iu the city fromusum to 760 Also u lino of Fur Scarfs from 150 to 460e Dressing Sacques Eiderdown Ucd Blue nod Pink ut el5 Battenburg Patterns Ra to 360 Also a lino of Braids But tons and Tread past Have Solid SETS OAK Pi Artistic cheap Brass ALL Compromised Fulton Leader which tried recent Fulton circuit court much been settled estate made Mollie Camp niece heirs estate sued break which agreement everything satisfactorily mutual consent given estate court 110jJ cleared under Creek neighborhood known aa Easloy farm Good house stock range terms apply bHOPEn11 SPECIALSFOR Good Canton 6c Good Flannelette 8 cents Wool Twill Flan nil cents Merchandise EARGAINSJ Clothing Boys Mens- CLOTHING OVERCOATS Vo show a complete right Prices Child Suits 8100 to Mous 1000I Dont our Over Boys Men lot Boys extra heavy Hose size C 0 prico cents fot 1 lot wiles Cotton fleecelined Vests value Ilk Rugs We headquarters Rugs show newest prettiest Dont them Prices tll CorsetsYa only brands Thompsons Glovo i Lady Stf our Lady NEW Straight Front atfl00BcstjGOo Corset Seasonable i I TEPHENS MITHReasonable ALL CUT rPRICES I FURNITURE ON SOME OF THE THINGS Left front our big oleanup Salo swath fE a few of 81000 1 OakI BEDROOM Q at V 1GOOD ROCKERS ut s75 57ntt 400 F 31ata t trp7CO 1 50nowTy COTTON TOP MATTRESSES n USEWINGI T Beautiful and BEDS T URNITURE in great variety i- nSTEPIiENS SAIIrl3Undortakors0oods Case The Noouon will case was in the at Hickman and attracted attention has It will bo remembered that tho I of the lato Tom Noonon his willI leaving everything to Ins The of tho I to tho will was ac complished by nill tho heirs nun tneir attorneys mot hor I and wits agreedl Mrs Campbell lug half and she assum all the costs of tho lawyers etc Farm Sale Containing all and fence Situated on publicI road iu Mud andI tho R W I orchard and For c to 10204t It Moscow KyI 7 Flannel quality All Red 15 tad and line at tho GOO Suits 300 to fail to see lino of coats for and 1 Bicycle to regular 25 ICc ultra for aro for and the and Pat terns fail to BCD to 000 tho popular Fitting and American American Iu the city 1 GOOD the yet tho 85c 200 15at and and Enameled now Mrs boll Today by boo tho lug fees for acres New Pall Goooo s I IJUST ARRIVED I Oatmeal Kraut Balled Oats Pickles Quaker Oats Mustard Grape Nuts Salads 0Buckwheat Flour Grits Flake and Pearl Hominy Shredded Wheat Biscuits All kind of Canned Goods L P W S Ellison Telephone JJO Quick Delivery Notice All parties indebted to mo by noto or account will please como forward at one and settle up This youA SHAW State LineI Sept 20th ie vay r1ti 4S- chool Shoes Dress Shoes BUY THEM NOW AND BU- YfiUARANTEED SHOES 1 For a great many years this firm mica sold Childrens Shoes of High Quality at Low Prices and every pair that goes out carries our guarantee misses aandC Onnffrens SOS fOr uulpl Qnfinnl and Dross I Some with heavy solesother sorts not so heavy and still others with light soles j Sizes 6 to 8 7f Sizes 11 to 2 8125 Sizes 81 to If 93c Sizes 2J to 0 200 r + wTHE STAR SHOE COS aA Childrens and Misses Fine Shoes ARE TilE BEST Highest grades Ladies Shoes Our Mens 2r0 and 8300 Leather lined Shoes ore Special Values Wo want your trade Call in and look it will do you good Remember all Rips and Soles Pegged FREE vjAp 57 R CASKRICEI 8 E FOR THE BEST IN i GROCERIESI 1 Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds UPTODATE GROCERS I WITTINCJB OLD STAND f Goods Delivered Free FRESH MEATSClinton Street j Telephone 74 LEDFOBJID BAHDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware- HayI Oats Bran Lime and Cement 1 We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is o GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us 0Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered Free heading hereafter subscrib McGuntE HoLKA Jersey Apply Hickman weaning Apply THE Union all large wellas well goods inie respectfully solicit RIAIJORDER WR WEBSTER SFallSm Rut soil and oirer yon Pour Whiskeyformarks conto its When you and test not satisfac tory return uiy will yon 8300 This most liberal otTer and await your orders W WEBSTER IBring Your Work to This Office Farmers Column Under this will be published notices not to lines each from who arc ers who have horses mules cows pro ducts seed o for sale freo of China Hogs 13 head sows and boars weeks old for sale M Cow FOR good Cow with young calf to CORUM Ky For sale horse years old past ono mule 1 year old past and ono mule to Mas CUBED TO PUBLIC I am engaged in this I i of business at City Tenn and carry at times and sortedstock of Good and Pure Whiskey as as aUotber in that It and a I enabled to hereby to indicate receive it it if it is it at expense undl refund Is n I R Job exceed 0 farmers charge Poland G A N J 1 2 J P line a A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY GIVE ME A TRIAL when you want rnltblol done or repair la W peoIahIUndertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid Black Walnnt Coffins and Cause which eau be fitted up in abort notice end at reasonable prices QUo ma a call lMg Shop near the Jail 1 4 c H pt i t Hickmanr Courier GEORGE WARREN PubMsher IItifcKMAN KENTUCKY 1 CURRFNT TOPICS A ton of soot results from the bar- Ing nti of 100 tons of coal On an average a cow yields 350 gal forts of milk in n year I tevritorfIalI ambitions in China or Korea ti Tlic value of Trahivnal mining mal qhlliary Is not fur from A00U000- odxflight millions pwu of cuvin e aro uxported from Jlimnln In a your Gold and copper depoiU have been found along 1riuro Willkim sound Aluuka llcrschel1 Adams while ohartntf In thief at Albany fla died of hoar disease UsLoutside sjxxxl for AUuutictjnblc trani I IPrenph army oflteere favor tko me of automobile for army coriw com InsuII ers The abandoned torus In Ithnile 1s11 1 1andnumber 340 noeonllng to till- statest1lHelol e ontulogiin To become a soldier in n humilia ar tion in China The mogintnUwi out rank the military socially d Florida will have an orangn crop of 1000000 boxes thus year the lurgcs- yield since the great freeR Bolkimy Storer relates at Geneva that Pope Leo refused three tlthns to negotiate with Who Filipino rhomas Barnes nged IS died n fright while speaking ids v toe at tho Gollogfatc institute Arikburn Oa ii The root of the southern pine are oftqn 50 resinous Unit thev will bum like a torch without uplifting or dry I Dff eParis dressmakire liavc abandoned f flat skirts and are creating n new ptylc oompOKinl of a tunic with mnnll foldsThe population of ISrrlln will com ripletoits two mllliniiH by the end ot I t 1902 813000 The present figure is about 1 Twelve speculators on Che Chicago i I tcdIa bUng in grain- Frederick MacMonnlos the Amen can sculptor In earls has taken up the brush and pnllettc and will return to New York The account of penmanship and clerlcnl experts who gnve evidence in a recent murder trial In New York ggrcgate 5047084 1 1Fanny Sohaeffer of Providence It committed suicide left n note 11 that her dog and cat be killed so that they might not suffer thre police of Gwlnctt Ga that he had been robbed of 40 was himself locked tip on n charge of robbery I The most expensive legislature i the world is that of France which touts annually 3000000 The Italian parliament costs 405000 n year Enthusiasts for music is leading1 the earl of Uysart to make the rounds f findSof his cottagers and to present QI A that anyof the children show an i Pitltudc for music Eighteen states and one territory Ifsnowi shave valued policies Ilaws that Is flaws requiring fire insurance com panics to pay the face of the policy no matter what may be the actualII 1 value of tho property burned RI Miss Gcorfllc Glass of Junkie Ia A school teacher at New Orleans 1 i tgtter1romfair in said 1o have Inspired the act France this year is short 10000000 tons of coal I A German syndicate has just mada i Arrangement whereby it secures allj the timber on a largo strip of land in the mountains In eastern Kentucky It 3s estimated that this strip con tains about 800000 of the finest ripest galena of oak trees Alter keeping a cylinder of gold end one of lead together for fou years at about GS dcg PthrtJscomparatively cold temperature SIi I W ItobertsA nstcn found that the jyolfl And slowly but surely made It JeadVone7llelan i nul led the concession of 10000000 acres of land to the Orinoco company wit mud i ground of non evoution of contrac- ff elation at Cape Town fnvorlngaboll The annual crop of mushrooms in Fi+nce as rained nt 2000000 and there one GO wholesale firms In Paris seating urcolmlviIy in them In the department of the Belno it appear then arc 3000 caves and about 300 persons are employed tin their culture Juctlcc was cheap In Wales 250 jsara ego In 1070 the snlatlY of a justice of the great sessions of Anglesey Car r yearButI was allowed to practice in the su perior courts lit Westmlcator The advocate paid tlie judge The rajah of MUlan owns the largest diamond in the world It weighs 307 carats and is shaped likeI nn egg with a queer little deuted iiol low at the smaller end If a spray of liquid air IB applied to the skin the part Is frozen as liar1 8a ice but in a few minutes circa lotion returns without Injury provlc extremitybindersi Cope Cod were carried by the wind as tar ns Boston a distance of almost fifty miles falling in the streets and i eonni1itcrabje libiexcrs 11 1 I t I FOUR FIREMEN DEAD Srvcrnl Olhrro AVrrn Injnrrl n Ilc iilt ur n Plre In SL Pant lInn Property lon hI311iNN- rSt Paul Minn Octa re salt of a fire which broke out in the slaughtering department of A V lln mart and Cos packing horse lit the Minnesota tninuffT early Sunday morning four II ration are dead and a number are Injured ami property to the amount of about 490000 wns burnedThe fire is suppowd to have been In ccndlnryFran the parking louto the flumes cproadi to tho warehouse of the North WloetrR Co thence to the McCor mlck Harvester Cos large brink warehouse filled with machinery It was here that the fatalities occurred The firemen of Engine Co No 13 had entered the McCormlek ware house to better fight the ilmiica Tliero WOK n tank containing MO gallons ot- a gasoline In the rOAr of the building and its explosion shattered the wall which burled the rites Andrew John Kon WHS taken from the ruins alive but so badly injured that he died during the day Tho bodies of the other victims have all beta recovered The McCormaek Harvester Co was the heaviest looser their IOM footing up 350000 Of this 80000 was on the building trod 300000 on stocks and notes They carry no Insurance The low of ll M Johhtnc ownor firetoriginated is placed nt SM OO The loss to the great Northern railroad on ewes destroyed foota t000 North- Western Lime Co S1000 A V llln packingfplant on machinery The Merriam Park Ice Co 1000 on buildings and sucks and other minor IOMK S which will bring the total to nearly 430000 Losers other than the MrCormfok Co are well protected by insurance PREPARING FOR WAR Either n Ilrlirlllun or w War ol Continent In IIUely In Mexico Iluylnt Saddle Hor c Omaha Neb Oct 22A special from Cheyenne Wyo ways Sonar Manuel Alvarez an agent of the Mexican government come liars about two weeks ago and since tha time has purchased and shipped several car loads of saddle horses to the City of Mexico From words dropped now and then from Senor Alvarez the Mexican government is preparing for war either rebellion or a war of conquest Alvarez will say nothing an to his real purpose In buy- Ing BO many horses but It is a sig nificant fact that he purchases only the very best saddle horses The prices paid are In some eases fancy and Senor Alvarez seems to have plen ty of money He JoGs say that hei was directed to this section because of the reputation inmJe by and Colorado bosses In the late war onlny the very host animals TEXAS TORNADO Errrythlnif In Kit Tilth Was Swept AYRSeIral Iran Klllftl While Other Are MUnlnic Atlanta Tex Oct 22A tornadoI struck half a mile west of Lodi andI IS miles west of here Sunday morn torolnadoI wind swept everything before it OnoI house In the center of its path occu pied by colored people was destroyed six persons being killed outright andI three others are missing who artI supposed to he dead The cyclone traveled from the southwest to the northeast crossing the Texas t Pacific railroad at Campo bellsville spur a lumber 1qpding sta flea two miles north of routI The lumber was carried away In all directions It is feared further loss of lifee has resulted out in the country THE AIRSHIP Another Trial Made fly Count SKrppe ofrSucerafullrulatlunn Freldrichshafen Wurtemburg Oct ai22Another trial of Count XeppellntiI 1OIIuJtlnginThn airship with Count Zeppulln banal1jritedr noon to an altitude of liveeighths ol1I mile warte MlowIvtothe point of departure It bas WurtemburgJr 111 HIIIrIl nome On Oct 9RCspt A U Mostley of thus city who was evfnil months ago appointed vice consul to Singapore hex decided not tu go 1 will in n few diiyg forward his elan nation to the state department JrIt Coptlorrolrpore brut lUll been ordered to Japer on account of his henltli Cbfirl Diidlex Warner Dead Hartford Ct Out 2Z diaries Dud ley Wnmon of literary inure real one of the owner of the Hartford Coin ant illwl HuiUlenly Mr 1Sbrnerhad ltJlumonlltwoiotl had never fully recovered from it Almtliilr Inrllnlljr pureed Phlndelphln Oct 2P The abattoir of the Went Philadelphia stock yards was partially destroyed by a lire of unknown origin Sunday causing a loss of about 5004 fully covered by In auranco r MINERS NEW TERMS Ten Per Cent Advance Until Aprill and Abolition of Sliding Scale Saute of 4lif Mute Owner lint r o tI INmtcil Xollee luiilrylnir it VlllliiKiKBH tu Full In llue With the llenilliiK Co HnsJoton Ps Out l 4PrBlnt Mitchell in tin tntervtov Moiilay nlaht pnietlenlly admttted that ho nnthrnelte ctml mlnera strike ivvuklI end na Mon ax nil the operators jpte- ll a notice gUBranteeJng Uttf Aynxnt1 t of n ten per edit adnincu In write until April 1 President MltVnellI Nail The pruttpeoLs of tin onrt let tlemeut of the coal strike Is beeejuitig brighter Some of tho oporntohUho have not yet posted noUttwi alniify lag their willingness to fall Sa lino either with the Itendlng Co or gill the proM sition made by tho LnhCo In ttie HncUitun region- If nil of rHeni notify their employes by porting notices nr utJloriM thatt HH actual athniiee of tan ixjf cot- wUl be palil each mine employ and 1 guarantee its eonilminnco until Alrl1p 1 together with the abolition o the Killing stilt I balleve that the t rma would be ueeepted by the iittio irk era The mluetlon in powder rum 875 to 130 has confused the iud of the miners but sours of the a ra tots bare so tally explained how un wet miners eowld receive u full odraneo of ten per cent a8 well t all1 other employes that I bolfoift that thus ubfltaalo In be overeomo Although OH Prtwldrnt MH ellI says the outlook for an anrlIttlement of Life strike Is bright h iis dlflltnilt to make n prediction a to when the end will come S MJV oft the coal companies ore Bhtnv1ng4 15 position nut to Issue n t oonwt no tine guaranteeing the pnymont af the ten Per cent Increase In wngos UntilI April Among these are the jVla wore Lncknwannn it AVtwtera ad Delaware Jk Hudson the oHlchln of which companies are reportedl Ie lme decllnetl to Issue n siijiplemontal no lice The labor leaders hme r hope that the companies will la gome way make known that they win guar antee the payment of the odmate anti April 1- Scranton Ia Oct taThe 1MU side Temple and Connell Coal Cel arc the onlyI Important operators he this region to comply with the agrevnirat of last Thursdays conference of Oier stars to post notices guaranteeing the origin offer until April I When interviewed Friday as to hy they did not comply with this afre meat the other big operatqrilMird1 they thought un neoond ooi fAjai tion It would effect only oneMliWt the gratification of a whim of Jimi proposegdo anything further until they wwu assured sonic good would be nooeni pliHheil J These same operators when nbcwn lrtlil ont MltchoHn niinouiM n t Monday night waiving every claim ICflt a compliance with the ugrr ti t which they theniKelveM mdr lei st Thursday would only say they dIdl qrethl1n1111Ireason any one doubting the good faith of their offer and that they would not be led into wUn would practically mean an agree went to have further readjwtiaent of wages April 1 1001 J3loRCInyIevening there was another riot nt the Stanton wushery of the Iealgh t Wllkesbarre Coal Co When the workmen started to go to their homes under the protection of coal ami iron police full 5000 people had fmthnred police and Chief of Police Kline and a aunt ber of officers responded The men who had been at work were put on board a small mine locomo tine but before the locomotive coup aa get under headway some one fired The police returned the fire but none o wax struck Another volley from the windows pf foinc houses followed Hvery pane IIof guano In tho cab of the locomotive was broken but no one was wounded Two of the workmen on the loeomo tivn jumped off and were knocked down and kicked but were rescued ly the police The names of the injured welt arc liradley Hoffman And John lDqliiwkt ttHt11uI lOIftllAllreturning d heudqunrUrs the electric sr on nUtheindoWIinc11lgI1rol1u auntS1 i inljurSll Mayor Nichols noon reached t he N07t1 wciresIInjurythnn1 IImWItgOOiIeITtt1 ijlurlctrI I 1 1IIdk nil usq- illet nt the mishery Inruneax voi 110111letroltriroittaeNvonI t Ytr1ltcl rrlveslIiilWItHinuuldlntrIJi rIlylunof1 II j rutj I dCnt iltirtilrailroadI SIIIh Cullnt nextI n Madrld Oct 22The IJlINhhtfUtwlli O ftJtvltdi the 4rniluistrt OF A BROKEN HEART LInt lluliioit ftaya Hr Ailiu Sniut mi n In Djlnir of Oflrf Otvlnif In A he CrltlttUni Atlanta On Out 23 During lda prevent vimt to his homo In Aliibiunn und wherever he has appettrvd before the itiriiHe UuuU llobtoa 1Ma been quoted1 as aaylng Uiat AtSm Sampson It dying of n broken heart owing to tin Hdiupson Schlcy en troversy which followed the nnml cn gvinent at Stmtlago lie Is quoted sa follow Vhvn fact Sntnnlny October II I imw In the pajwni that Aunt Sump 8011 wax ill I took the next train to llcntou sad spoilt Sunday with hunt Ills hctilth IIK dcellnlng Ills phynlrlans are bulllc l ni his malady Ills orgaim an right but his lumlth oars not im- I prove We Uiucluxl on one or two sub Jet For n little while hi could not JlMk Soon ho hail to bt t trrittl to his room tied I did not nee him again Mrs Sampson told mo that thus great man waa brooding war briuKii hill heart at the thought tint his fellow countrymen were no unkind A COAL COMBINE Thlrl slnp nt the Lnrumt Mlnluir 1lnIlC iii Slit Stntl of 11rrt Ir Rluln ItMil Tlirlr Unur- lMtt bflr h Pa Oct 83 Tin Fair also Ceal pad Muting lo wm nriran- i feral here Monday night 1by Hrit tn rcpr M Htinir of the largest iniiiuig jtUtnt of the state of U t Virjfiniu The uutput of the oitmltlnatluti it in ilJlinlhnlamnuHt to nboHt SKMHIOoou Thr objwt iif the conMilklntion IIn to fur thus the uktcln of largo qiuintitlra of the mine prmlHru in markets already ctttMbllaitifl and seek n buster foothold in tkf MwboHnl laprkrts of Marylaml and IIN Central Ppumiylvniita The oHktr elected Monday are CW iPplnoa inwhlont JoliH A larkvice pretiklent Oeorgo DelNilt MVM lacy sad MI I HutchtMiH treasurer BATTLESHIP NEW YORK She linn llrrii lletnrUeil I rum the North Atlniillc Siuuilr n anti Or drrrd Out of Coiuiuliiilon WasHlngton Oat U1t wm an notineed at Ihe nary demrlHiewl Mos day that the New York hen been Ue tnohed from the North Atlantic squadron and In ordered out of eels mission Hr Adm Knnjuhar will shift his ling to tho now tmlllehlp Kea ruarge Odors hUt also boon fussed fur the MammohuKetts to Dole DM quadran Adm honey has rcqitsMml ef the ile partment by qoulo tint till mall In tenflotl for vernal1li In 1hUlpjtlne wa tees be sent direct to Muntta amt for the Urooklyn surf reMela In Cklun too Yokohanui Tilt Mayflower arrived at San Just P It Monday AN AMERICAN CIRCUS It Ilentotnl ntlpthr Toward the UnlleJ Slate Ainonir the Iroiilr ur AUUChniirlle Washington Out S3 A vague an tlpathy toward the Lnitml States among tim jMiople of Alx In ClmjHele Germany tins been entAnerlcan circuit was the medium When the elects arrived In town not a workman went lo the fnetorleN and spindles were idle all day At leery performance the tent WOK full and the people now say that anything IIn possible to Americans Consul Unindagc thinks that if an agent for American goods should follow In the wakof the circus the newly awaken ed admiration would give his pgoods a ready sale Ilg Iron far KncUnil Florence Alit Oct 93Chtl Shouts Bhcftleld Iron anti Steel Co U making shipment of 1000 tout of pug iron the Philadelphia furnace of thus city to Mvnohester Iling by the way of Pcnmtoola The shipment will take 00 earn It IH understood that the prune paid was In the neighborhood of 15 a ton This isI the second shipment of ex port iron the furnace having Hhlp pod n thousand tons to ilaxKow Sentland some weeks ago A Curtail Ileiiiel CotstanUnople Oct 11111 callous reiie t to the porto linn been made by the Turkish consul ut New York that ho be permitted to undertake notvspapcr work Ha explains that hush remnnerntlon la hiBUllleient nnd It trust bo utter inercntiud or he must be allowed to add to his incnini through JnarnnllHin iItelurrrd the Ilnte 0lhieagu Oct I31ho Chicago Tel cphonu Co nnnounuid Monday UH de ufulon to reduce from ten to live cents telt ephones Tho work of Installing the 1new the cent slot telephones WIIM IIHO begun nnd will be pushed to comple thou jTren nry Sliitement Wnlhlll ton Oot 23Mondaya Bldtementt of the treasury bnlnnees in the general fond exclusive of the 160000000 gold reserve In the divi sloe of redemption shows Availa bit onsh balance 132007058 gold S33JTJ20 IrcKlUonl lletiirn Home Washington Oot S3 President and Mr McKlnlcy left this city nt 7t45 oclock Monthly night for Canton where theywill reninlh until Mr Me Klnley WHlH Ills iatu on November 0 win they will return to Vashlilgto THE TURN OF LIFE The Most Important Period in a Womans ExistenceMrs John son Tells How She Was Helped Over the Trying Time Owing to modern motliodA of livinG not one woman In a Uiouwnd ape proaohcn thin perfectly natural change without experiencing A train of Tdry annoying nod nomeUmen painful symptoms Those dreadful hot flashes Mding tho blood surging to tho heart tutUl it ccoms rosily to burnt and the faint feeling that follows kometlmea with atolls M If the heart were going to stop for good are only a frw of the KymptooM of a dangerous norroun trouble Tlie nerrta are crying out for niUtM Tho cry should IHJ heeded In time Lydia II JMnkhama Vegetable Cumpovod wu prepared to meet Urn needs of womans system at this trying period of her Mfe The three following letters ore guaranteed to be genuine and true antS still further prove what a vat medicine Lydia U iinkhantd Vesetablo Compound Is for women Mar 12 197 St Dun MM PIXXIIAM t I hare been sick for a long time I was taken dick with Hooding All my trouble seemed to bo In the womb I sake all the time he the lower part of tho womb The doctor says the womb U ooverml with ulcers I suffer wltli a pain on the loft side of my back over tlte kUlaey I am cars old and passing through the change of life Ilcato advUe uio what too to gut rollef Would like to hear from you aa coon as possible Mm CUAIILOTTK Jouxaox Monolora Ohio Jan 231M8 1 I have been taking your remedies and think they hare helped me a great deal I had been In bed for ten weeks when I began taking your Ve stable Compound but after using It for n short time I was able to bo up aronod Uio housc Tho aching In the lower part of womb has left me The most that troubles me now Ithe lowing That Is not M bail but still there fo a little otory day I am not discouraged yet and shall continue with your Dedteiner for I beliore it will euro me Mus CIIAULOTTB JOLLXSOX MonolovaOhto April 13 1900 I send you this letter to publish for the benefit of others I was sick for about nine years w that I could nut do my work For three months I could nAt sit up lung enough to have my bed made Iliad firedlierent dootre and aU said there was no help for mo My trouble was change of life 1 slid l with ulceration of Uio womb pain in ltlts kidney and atomAoh trouble baolc ache headache and dlexlneM I am well and strong and feel like a new oweallyour medicine for anything Zero Is no need of women suffering so mash If they would take your remedies for they area sure ours1111 Ciununru Jouxftox Monolona Ohio When one stops to think about the good Mm Johnson derived from Mrs Plnkhatns adrlco and medicine It seems alutont beyond belief yet it IIs all true as stated in her three letters published above at her own request As a matter of jKnltlvo fact Mrs Plnkham has on file thouwiMia of letters from women who have been safely carried through that danger parted Chan Mrs Johnsons cure is not an unusual one for Mrs Ilnk hams medicine to accomplish 5000 KrUAHI W ht l po IU with the Ntloo1 Clty hank nf Irnh H whlehwill bov ld toanf I r mwlior n cwt that Cbti uIftUIIIOIIf1 l are not teouluc or war iiaUUito MHT obUlnlnc the ttIfOImtMlon JVD1A K riNKllAM Myd1C124K WALTHAM WATCHES Over twentyfive years ago the American Waltham Watch Company stated that 350000 Waltham Watches are speaking for themselves in the pockets of the people Today EIGHT MILLION Waltham Watches are in use throughout the civilizedworld The Perfected American Welch H an Illustrated book of Interesting Information about watches TOiJ be sent free upon requestII Waltham Mass I WINCHESTERS I II NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No black powder ihtllion the market compere with the NOW RIVAL In uni formity and itrone shooting quitlUtA Sur Sirs jtcd jtUrproof Get the genuine WlHOHESTEn REPEATING ARMS CO tI New Harcn Corn jiCures I and Bronchitis in o fow days Dona then risk Consumption I RteISalvation 011 cures Rheumatism And all Pain Price l5ani 23 ants RKADKI13 OP Tine PABtt PM1UINO TO Hut ANYThING AUVKIIT18KII IN ITS COLUMNS tllOULI INSIST UION IUVINO WHAT TilEY ASK Y0I1IIK USING ALL 8UB8T1TUTK8 Oit IMITATIONS UU Do YOU Knovr- Durnliumi hasty Jellycon will ratuvio tardy answer the question what ilul we have for deuert today You have Ihs t choice of six delicious flavors orange lemon strawberr raspberry peach wild cherry and the plain calfufoot for making wloe coffee Jellies Every where JeUrcon Lr IIand to large talc Your jtocer se111 tL r I io i p UNITED STATES REPLY r Favorable to the Principles of the AngloGerman Agreement Thr Concurrence of the Other Potter With the AKreeiueut- II U llellered U Now Nrnr Ml Ilnnil Washington Oct IThr stair de partment hUll rooolroil n copy of thi Ingle Orman agreement regarding lilts published In London It WRIt Mont to tho department by Count de Quadt the German ohurgr daffaires who earlier In the day had rueclvedI It by telegraph from Count von line low the German chancellnr nt Ilorlln- Tlie Hutu Issued by tho UrtUsli for eign nftltura relating to tho ngrecmen- Ia in fmir p wrU HH follwn 1 bperIuInnenIntrrnattollalt littoral China houhl romoln open to Ieglthuntfarml tional f nil eounthra The two gov rrniin it affn+ e to uphold tho xnnu fur nil IhlnoMo torrttory lolaI an they hear Inrtttenct w Thif irorernnifnU of Great lint nm nod of Ger rosy vlll not ndnm tajp 1e1II8rlIr territory on no countI uf prevent eoiiipliralioiM J In the OOKU of another xiwer u s IIIJT IIc mmpllwitlonH to obtnln totritorwl rHltuntiigM under any torn whatrr Kngtaml and OerniNHy willI iome lo the prollmlnary Hinlemtand lug a t o the eventual slej a to be Ink cu in protect their own Interest In l hinti 4 Citiflsnl IHI OvrttwHy will imlte till ow rs iwpMlnlIy Aiwlrla Imnov Italy Japan ItiiMtn sad the Uniteil t14tt ia acrpt the prlnvilm of thl I rn M+ nt- Itnhlugton Get 0It was 10- 5thnrratirety ntaud MoNday night thou ihr Unltml Slfttra iforoniinontt Ilrludli IIIMH rrp iiiriit rvlatlng to CHHM MIMI that u formal reapotwe la Uuit ff H3t i ill made at HH imriy tiny to the intiiiiiaiii r rtt K4le4l lo till govern meat t accept Use prinrljiiliM of tin crrcmrnt Tko Ut rtiMM rhiirge dnf cairns Count do Qiindi IIII H eanfor a nee with SwrcUiry liny IcHtelRH rrnMW preMMttlng ofUetelly tho toJt- f t ihr Aiigln Jf riiMi ayrr nH nl In iiiKlinf the InrttHtion to tha tnltwl tillil N ui NMtfpt the priurl Imi therein rIN 01 dsal- Mr I1 Hay expro sod bin mlhtfaetlon Ht Hlmt hnil been doMe snylng he felt it to bo In oomptel knrniony Htk the Htlieo1 this gvv rnmrat ha I patBun both nn to the inaliitonance of HitotHttruote oummeroo In China nBtl1fi1o hs4crrlinrIaI entI1 Birth wiiplHCinmiSilJilnfr Visit a formal re ply HUM Id lw Rtvpfi In n day or two Count elt Jnodl was gralllletl at tits aMMimiice mid left with the beller that thrrc nil suck n hurinonlotiH nit priuelpIt1nvoIVruI Ipower was niwr nt haul lirfarv rrcohlng the ofllelnl Inform al ion front Germany Mr liny had WH rally advlMd of tho ngrooment sad had ROIIP over it with gritat enre with the prnldMit Sunday and Mon day Thl WUH the more necowary dtpnrtllntorof III I upInvlewii the Anglodermim agrpMnent with favor It IIH nlno prolmblo that HOIIIP Htleutlon lung icon given to the drift of tho Aincrloan reply It 1in likely to be In the form of n note ol1 approval router tlinu any formal ad herrncp to the nlllmtee but this tin wild to bu merely a mutter of de toll Almut tho only fcertotu qiiMtlon which line nrlwn us to the Amertean reply wore on clause X of the Anglo lirrman agreement Thin ntat vt that In rllllO of another power nmking use uf the ooinpllcntionB In China In or dor to obluln territorial advantage x neriiMii HHil Great llritnln resene the right In roach u prelimlnnry un IIndlnJ on tine eventual stop to teo tkrn tar the protection of tliclr intoivsts This IK open to tine con tnirtfoN of being a threat Hgnltiht ulkrr powers mid JJlert wan no desire on the part of omolnls here to give American dliprenco to anything In the Mture of n threatI IlcrNn On nWlth reference to the MppcitlntloiiH OK to the existence of srHret olaiises In the AngloGerninn agrwmwil the National Xoltungnftot carufnl inquiry alUrmx thAI no such I clause exist- t1otorin II C Oct 28 According to a correspondent of the Shanghai Mercury lllnliop Koutosati In South Itonnn was tortured four hours by Jiliiest1 lliH body wax dismembered JOM by piece mud he was dlsembow delll Two priests were covered with coal oil and placed In aticka whloh ecru titer net afire Others were frightfully tortured Three thousand converts led by French priests while they wiro defending their church were iHUwwcred j Ml tuxpw of Hninllpiiv 1 Honghton Mich Oct 2There iir 10 cones of smallpox In Culiimct IiuJkir Linden Hancock and lioughton nnd Uic various boards of health will gnilwivor to secure II general vnceina UOJl Fortunately the disentails of a liillil type lad so tar but one death IIIIH rceultedI fntINhury1 Sees She Jupon XiOjKToii Oat 29Lord Salisbury t 1Ul1hllQrol 1lpntlayI 1aclneul1 t jQU tn 1 i tabhelorhnii chuujjc end other importnnJ natters k YOUTSEY FOUND GUILTY The Jury Prrcrlheo Ilfc Iniprlion meet for flu Irlnniirr An Ap- prnl Will Ur TnUcn JuryInmurder of Senator Ooebel returned a punihnuont lutlRoCcantrlll1 the next term of court Judge Askew for the defendant 1 filed two motions one asking for a stay of judgment alleging that the factn charged do not constitute a public offense and asking that stay of Judgment be granted until Inquiry prisonerIJudge Cantrill ordered the motions tiled for hearing the second day of JODItprisoners removal to suftLAID TO REST Ilemnlii nt lion William I Wlliun Interred Iu flu Imiill lol n- Il Chnrlratoivn W 1a rCharloatown W Vn Out mfhorcmalm of the lisle William h WI1 noii postniaiter general in 1nwldont ClevelandH cabinet and pretildent of Washington and Lee university of Loxlngton Va who died suddenly Wodn wday were laid to rent Fri day In the fondly lot at Kdgehlll coin story Tho funeral train arrived from Lexington at noon ami the procc stout to the burying ground Martini noon after The cortege was com pearl of Joint Itownn camp Confed orate Veterans minister ot the gob pet Washington mid leo nnlvaralty Htudents pulp bearers the university faculty and trustee the family ox PrcIent Cluvoland lion Imdore Straus anti other distinguished vlsl tors The oily was thronged with visi tons who hail como lo pay their last tribute to the memory of one of Vir ginias most Illustrious ultfoou At the request of the deceased the cere monies at the grave were very sun plo IMPROPER MANIFESTS Ln llrrlnRiirn Knllrtr LtC of Klrer oar Iam iiKrri llrlil Dp nt the HarRt OHJcc Xevr York 1New York Oct tClue entire list of steerage ptiMirngerK of the PrenO- litter La IlroUigne 710 In number were hold up Oil the registry floor o till barge ofllce Sunday because IIt dwar claimed that a majority of the statue wore improperly manifested1 No such bold oi Immigrants at the Inwlliifr Inircuu of this port halJotJ ourreil In years If ever before Thrt immigrants would hOI been son ngentrafternoon and supplied a bond of 5 000 as n guarantee thud the tines fn nil emigrants Improperly nnudfeal 1 would be paid INSTANTLY KILLED A Chicago Clerk Lout Ills Mfe In llefeiullnir n lnily lrnm the Atlnek or n SltrnnKP linn Chicago Oct LThlllllnR 1L Grif fin n clock employed by X K Fair hank Co wax shot Sunday and In stantly killed while trying to pro teat Miss Fay Hlburt from the nt tack of a strange man in front of No 2220 State Hired When the stranger saw that Griftln wins about to litter fere slth his designs on Miss Gilberttt he drew his revolver Unmindful ofrt the threatening muzzle of the weal on the shipping clerk grappled with the iiHKnilant In a moment he 1111I1II to flue sidewalk with a bn lot throughi Ills heart The murderer mock hl x escape INDIANS STARVING HnppllrH Are Ilrlntc llunliril From Vancouver In the llellef of tier Needy Ilc l Ulim Vancouver D C Oct usA speutnlpI irons Airaulz n C ways tluit 800 In dlana art In n stanIng condition ntI Ilumbcrton Mwidow 150 stiles northi of Agnssi An Indian rider brought the news that 50 Indian families are dying And that It in doubtful If sup plies can be sent io them qtilokl enough to save their lhlII Supplieri are being rushed front Vast Conver tc Ute relief of the starring ImllaiiH To Iurchime the Dim lull Antilles Berlin Oct S3 Itcllnble advice front Copenhagen tmsort thnt tho salt of the Danish Antilles to thu United States will soot be effected Noxtt Thursday the Danish inlnlstur to tht Unlte l States Dr Constantine llrtin will start for Washington after com pleting his homeCongo bearing the formal terms of sale A bill author- Izing the alienation at tho price fixec by the presort cabinet 7000000 wit roach the rikfuliig In n fewtetIs- IEtplulute nt the lixpoiilllon Paris Oct 2JA gtis explosion oc cured n the exposition grounds or Monday in the section nllnttcd to gm engine on the Chump do Mnrs A pipe under the flooring exploded tit Hying spllntcra of wood Injuring fin persons ono of 1 hem seriously To lleforiit ConrtSInrtlnU Purls Oct 30cn Awlro French minister of wnr hum almost coucliulef rife drafting of n bill to reform court martinis by the substitution lit lens In time of peace ot civil magistrate for military judges JOHN SHERMAN DEAD n For Forts Years He Was Promin rent in the Affairs of State The Awed Slnleninnu Pained Awnr At IIU house In WnnlilitKloit nt- Ilut1 31 Slondny Henmlnn 1rr He HroUKlit To Ohio Washington Oct K lion Jour Sherman who tot u period of forty years occupied a prominent place In the legislative rued administrative branches of public affairs in the iTnlted States died here nt 045 oclock Monday morning of brain ex haustion Death came to the aged inlTercr peacefully after almost thin tysix hours of nearly complete un consciousness During the last fif teen bourn of his life he was all the Unit unconscious and passed away In this condition A number of rela tives nnd friends who have assembled In Washington in response toMim oleos wore at the bedside when the end clime The most devoted of them was Mrs McCallum adopted dnugh for of the secretary nod sire Sher man who remained constantly at tilt bedside during tho last hours Washington Oct 22Iles51tcr man since his return to Washington this month lists panned much of his time In his library at lute home on K street rending and working upon n revision of his two volumes on re KXSECnKTAUY JOHN BIinHMAN- mlnUccnces lint he was not able to do much work and he realized th fact that the end was not far oil and be began to prepare for it by nettling up his earthly affairs Soot after his return to Washington liel transferred his house and several Inother pieces of valuable property this daughter Mrs MeCallnm nnd iIt- t is understood rondo un entirely new will the death of Mrs Sherman ren derlng this necessary The understanding is that he given the bulk of lifs property to Mrs McCnllum reo mcmberlng however his nieces nun1 hequeHbIIt is also lire some bequests for public purposes His estate is variously estimated nt from 500000 to 3000000 The bulk YallhlllgtonIrealty Washington Oct 23fhe funeral arrangements so far an they pertnl- to the services over the remains o the late John Sherman in Washing ton were completed late Monday aft ernoon They will take place at th late residence of Mr Sherman on Wednesday afternoon nt 1 oclock trey Mackay Smith of St Johns Episcopal church being the otllciat ing clergyman Immediately cite the services the body will l c taken t Mansfield 0 where the arrangements for the last sad rites hays hero left In the hands of Representative W S Kerr and other friends of the tam lly Services will be hard Thursday probably in the Hplscopal1 church usually attended by Mrs Sbrnmn when in Mansfield and the Intciinent will be made on that afternoon In the fancily burial lot beside the grave of Mrs Shonnan The party going from here will In elude relatives mud friends and also representatives of the state nndtron tiny departments Tho list of unit Incompletebutcepted Include the following Score Tory Gage Justice Hurlnn of the sop prcme court Hon John A Kas on Hon J C llancroft Duvls lion J D Cameron Senator law lcy nnd M Mi I Parker The members of tIlt cabinet now lucre will attend the service at thr house nnd 1rustdent McKlnloy +vll go to Mansfield from Canton to at tend time services there All day long there has been a stontl stream of callers nt the house wiu o come to leave their condolences the lint including olUcIntI and resident so duty and members of tlio diplomatic corps A large number of tehgnum- of sympathy most of thou trot Ohio also were receives Washington Oct 21 President Me ICIn Icy Monday afternoon issued n proclamation announcing the deathl of lion John Sherman in the fullness of years and honors Ho directs that on tit day of the funwal the execu tive offices of the United States ills play the national flog at half mast AXIII Sell the LrKiitton UnlliUiiRn Madrid Oct 22The Spanish go ernment has decided to sell the Spun ish legation buildings in Peking now occupied by officials of the Frenchi legation Senor 11 1tIe Coo l1n tin Spanish minister to China vires that he outs transfer the legation to Shut hai early In January WunhliiKtou Whent Taioma Wash Oct 2 TacomaL warehouses are filled with several mil lion bushels of wheat anti loaded i whcnt oars cover the side tracks from hero to Spokane 400 miles away DOWN ON TRUSTS Frank S Honnett of Ohio Speaks for Bryan Former nrpnlillrnn Attorney Gen seal dinner CnnllnllnU wllli Controlling the Nation Chief Executive Frank S Monnett for four years republican attorney general of Ohio and woo has achieved a national repu tntton on account of his vigorous war fare on trusts made a ringing speech at a nonpurtisan meeting of laboring men at Columbus on the night of Fri day October 12 concluding with u public announcement that he would vote tar Bryan this fall ands advising all of Jill republican friends to do thei Panic Mr Monnott confined his address wholly to trusts He reviewed the prosecutions against vorlouu trust romblnotions and monopolies which he had undertaken while at torney general of the state In this connection he said 1It became my privilege and duty to l10 tttutf upward of 24 suits against rheaa combinations monopolies and trusts ai your worn oRlcer ot the law oalllnB upon the hifhwjt courts of the state to electrocute these law violators that plllapo your sugar bowl your oil can your tobacco pouch exact excessive freight and tele phon charges and to protect you In rot i rlghti of private property under the con stitution and laws of the state We la bored to accomplish this as It was our duty to do Olnfrncled by Kepnhlleanii We were badgered and obstructed b republican leaders United States t political boxes and a subsidized press The monopolies sent the briber with his seduc lions of gold and with his promises of po j aprons and salaries and procured the lead- Ing I governmental olllclals to defend them and last but not least driven from pllla r to pMt they came Into court and wit dj uplifted hands sworethat they did not an couH not answer the Interrogatories or produce their books for If they did It would ubjft their corporations to civil death for violating tho law of their creation and airy that It would criminate the col legctosterlnff churcherectlne campaign contributing monopolists t like experience was encountered igalrat the salt trust at Pomeroy O The sam dodge and skulking from the aveng- Ing Uw was adopted there Points to MclClnleya Record Mr Monnctt then went Into the dof federal legislation against trusts an dlseiused the Sherman antitrust law Ho dwelt especially on the evils of com Contlne Wt nominated a president from Ohio who promised the people In tall phrases that he would enforce the antitrust laws of the United States Including the Sher man antitrust act How has he enforced IU He went to New Jersey the state 0- a t the trustbreeding grounds the cesspool1 J and the spawn of all these Illegal com binations and placed at the head of the attorney generals department John W Grist who has under him 76 dltrlet at tomes scattered throughout the varlou states of the union the duty of each and one of which Is to enforce this antigust a tald according to his official re pitt Stay 29 1900 to oongrc out of IS suits Intltuted under this taw three have been bgun under his administration and one a these Is not yet decided j Declares Law In ulllfled Tile Is the magnificent record of the present national administration and the complete nullification of the most Impor tut law upon the statute book upon this subject since the beginning of our govern 1 merit defeatinn1 weef nut teat In the supreme court and they hivp now begun the dangerous policy of puslyzlng the executive arm by mean- e trot are so palpable that he who runs ma J reed and none but the most Skeptical ca fsill to be convinced If believe that William McKinley and John W Qrlggs his attorney general and lilt executive officers have willfully pur pot jly and knowingly paralyzed the ex thoe years prevented meat of tho common law and tho statute lax both criminally and civilly againsti thtso law violators And the hour Ias now come and the only time we will have for the next four years as voters to legally and1 constitutionally smite them for this rbh to resent this violation of j duty and wo should vote against stator that Is pledged on tho republicani ticket to perpetuate this great wrong In our republic Urge Support of llrynn William J Bryan may not accomplish all that we expect or all that we hope for la this behalf but I believe him to be thor oughly honest sincere and a determined himaIn all that he advocates yet lam forced toItake one side or the other on this great quettlon which for the masses is the para mount Issue In the name of patriotism and for the sskr of our republic and to prevent the threatened danger that Senator John Sher man and the other Nesters In the coun cilsI of our government have so graphically prophesied and which I firmly believe will conic to pass if oat checked I propose to cut my vote for that fearless upright tlumptou of the people William J Bryan IwperlnllmlEvery official indication from the war department casts before it the imperialismoarc lack and somber and forbidding III their proportions The indorsement of imp rialisiu of foreign conquest is the Indorsement of militarism It is but tonthe assumption of military burdens like those which are oppressing the poor of Europe If we conquer for the trusts the trusts will not pay the bills ItI the common people who support star ing armies not the millionaires Uti Um Traveler Once when his keeper was tem porarily absent Mr McKlnley wrote a message to congress In which he embodied the famous truism about our plain duty to Porto Micro It i USO history that when tilt full and tell meaning of this innocent out pout ng of conscience dawned upon the fatty degenerated mental proc esses of JInnna that person went to the white house and culled his dele gate and protege to account Slnci the tune tit which we allude it is ol record than the present republican clI1t1idalel has been compelled to sub mil all of his wrltU words to the party boss before uttering them Washington Times r fi MMCcMCMI4CMfofSU i STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I i- fJJA39iJ91373 1 31333 A3SMi 9du133Xl lI33 JL3 KILLED HIS WIFE H Then Itau to the River and Shot Illniielf Tragic Deed of JAme J Lilly Cynthlnnn Ky Oct 19 James J Lilly a wcllknown and impolite coI- oral politician of lifts city shot and killed his wire about 9 oclock Tours day night The trouble first started when his wife attended a camp meet ing held at Kerry this county about six weeks ago against his wishes and on her return home he gave lure nl severe beating She loft him imme diately and luau since been making her home with her mother Late Thursday evening Lilly satin nt his wifeK home nnd nuked to see her Upon being admitted into her presence he drew n 32caiibcr revolver from his pocket nod fired the butte taking effect in his wifes head Lilly then sat down and reloaded his re volver otter which he started for the riverOlliccra d I nrlione mile north of here When Lilly saw escape was impossible he plung ed into the river below falling 25 feet before striking the wacr He swam reachtr with which he had slain his wife nnd attempted suicide shooting himself in the abdomen seriously though not fatally wounding himself He was placedd ALMOST DECAPITATED An Aced Mnn Caught on n Itnllvnijr Trent If and Killed Near LoulHTllle Ky Louisville Ky Oct 19In an ef fort to escape being killed by a train on n 200 foot trestle of tho Louisville + rallrondd65 attempted to let himself down be tween the ties Ills shoulders became wedged between two ties and utterly helpless he saw the locomotive np preach which in a few minutes al most decapitated him his body drop ping to the ground dead A fog peat vented the trainmen from seeing Townsend Killed fly n IVatehmnn Paducah Cy Oct 22 Nathan and Thnwyer Nash were token back to Johnsonvlllc Tenn Sunday after noon they returning without rcqul Nttion They are charged with mu dering Watchman Thomas Johnson of the X C R St L freight elevator there two weeks ago One thousand dollars reward was offered for their capture by the governor of Tennes see Mlnlnier Stricken Wllh Paralysis Lexington Ky Oct 22Whti tier Dr F V Bartlett who has been pastor of the First Presbyterian church lure for 26 years was in the midst of prayer at 1he morning serv paralysisnHe was carried from the pulpit to his home He has since recovered his speech but his faculties are still nf fected For lire IliubnndH Lou Mlddlesboro Ky Oct 22tics M J Bowers of Bristol widow and ad miniKtrntriV of W T Dowers hnn brought suit against the Bristol ins 10000rycourt Her husband was killed by falling teem an electric light pole from which he was thrown by a shock from nn imperfect light Aued Couple hoped Newport Ky Oct 20t C Topic aged 71 n wealthy and retired mer chant of Newport was secretly mar rled on September 4 to Miss Mary Doty of WInton Place O The couple eloped to Louisville and have since kept their marriage a secret until Friday w hun he brought his bride to his home slayer In Silent Cynlliinnu Ky Oct 20J1 Lillle the Negro politician who shot and instantly lapel his wife Lizzie soul I then attempted to commit suicide by jumping from the bridge refuses to talk saying he will die before giving his reason for the act Aged Jinn Itohlied of flOOI Vanocburg Ky Oct 20John Grandison aged SJ years former part ner of Jesse and Simpson Grant grandfather of Sen U S Grant in the tanning business to ICsonlnpln Springs was robbed of 500 lull llnrned to the Ground Corbln Ky Oct 20Tlie city jail burned to the ground at 8 oclock Thursday night Several prisoners narrowly escaped ItWas set on fire from the outside by some one Bloodhounds are trucking the firebugs Meld n Reunion Cynthlauu Ky Oct JDfho 7th Ohio cavalry held a reunion Thursday and visited the battlefields The vis tors were entertained by tho Com iicrcinl hotel resident Theo F ANI on of Covlngton responded to the iddrcss of welcome little By n Glad Hoc Owingsvlllo Ky Oct 10 Walter Toylo was bitten by a mood dog The wnlno appeared on the streets lucre luring the street fair lUst week and sit 1aa eight persons and buuilicdx ofII BIG FIRE AT PADUCAH Mortonn Opera Ilonne a Large Dry Goods llonne and Other Properly Destroyed Paducah Ky Oct 22The most disastrous fire that has visited Ia ducah for years broke out In Mortona Opera tease Monday morning at 120 oclock The fire hurl gained consid erable headway before it was discovered and tho building was doomed before tho fire company only half a block away could reach the scene The largest dry goods store In the city owned by L 11 Ogilvie and Co occupying the ground floors of the building was destroyed as well aa many offices a barber shop and Dav id Van Ctilins book store The losser are estimated at 200000 rue fire is believed to have been of incendiary origin HER DEATH EXPECTED Vicious Dour Attacks n Thref Year Old Girl Literally Tearing Her Flenh to Shreds Henderson Ky Oct OA vicious dog attacked the 3ycarohI daughter of Joe Mullen here Friday literally tearing her flesh to shreds iu childs tutee was so badly torn unto render it unrecognizable and had it not been for the timely interference by the bystanders the brute wftuld have torn the little one limb fom limb The physicians say there U little hope of the childs recovery The Klectlaii Illll frankfort Ky Oct IBHotse bill No 19 embracing the nonpartisan amendments to the present election law was signed by Jov Kcckham and containing nn emergency clause it becomes effective immediately Frankfort Ky Oct 20At 11 la oclock Friday morning the joint leg islative conference committee adopt ed n report providing for amending the house bill 18 by making the alter iff the umpire of the county board in each county giving the people lo cal selfgovernment in elections Ita dical Representatives Holland Can trill and Henry of Campbell county fought the adoption of the report Both houses will adopt the report and sine die adjournment will come not later than Saturday Shot Two Men For a Mckel Horrodsburg Ky Oct 22lit gametiof fiveup Jn which a nickel volved Homer Benton shot Adam Duncan and Tom Range both col ored Duncan was shot in the head and only slightly wounded but Range is seriously hurt Boston was ar rested Wealth Proved lila Ruin Parts Ky Oct 22The dead body of Edward B Moran was found Sunday afternoon in the front yard of his mothers residence in East Paris Moron had inherited n fortune from his father and had become very dissi patel The coroners jury rendered n verdict of death from alcoholism and exposure nays Quarrel Over Politics Williumstown Ky Oct 20Eddie Bird and Sol Taylor two small boys quarreled over a political argument near here and the former received n hi6+ on the head from a baseball hat that fractured his skull The wound ed lad is 11 years old His assailant is 12 years old Birds condition la critical Fearfully Mnnulfil Beattyville Ky Oct 19In thin saw mill of the Clay City Lumber null Stave Co lucre Thursday morning Les lie Hall who operated tho bolting ma chine fell across one of the saws and was fearfully mangled Ills left lug was cut off and his body cut In two His funeral will be hell Friday at Halls Chapel KxIInnker Guilty Louisville Ky Oct 2flTe jury whkvli tried the ease of oxHunker J M McKnlght returned ti verdict of guilty Ho was charged with misap proprk ting the funds of the German National honk of which he was lures lent until it was closed by the ex aminer McKnight was tried before and got a sentence of seven years lor Killing n Wntchinnu Paducah Ky Oct 20 Sawyer Nash and brother were captured Friday night by the police ono on the levee the other on the steamer nichurdgon They are charged with having kiued Watchman Johnson of loluisonvllle Tenn Counterfeiting Pools Ashland Ky Oct 10While engaged in tearing down a vacant dwell ing lucre Thursday complete set of counterfeiters tools and a large quan tity of metal were found by workmen To Wed In LonUvllle San Francisco Oct 22The engagement of Dr 1K II Hunimnml of Stockton Cat and MUs Ittihy Now mnn of Loutavilh Ky is intioune Itl The wedding will take place in Louis ville the latter port of Novem ber Veil into u Creek mud Drowned Sargent Ky Oct 32 Bmory Mul tins a young man of ro affllctrclvlhr dementia whllo Oeorgcs fork tell Into it uudwits reachIw 1 ulrta A tII 1 f r- I Ji J J Buildingtt L k Material JJ ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM J i b BEHI j Doors and Windows Shingles o 1 k1 Cotnoutk1 JPaints Oils etc J ESTIMATES a JIIEEHFUrLY- II FURNiSIIEIi i v I FEED STUFFS Hay Oats Corn Bran ota e- tcLPWSIlison Vv r I IkiI I r jJJxSccreCnr Jolla Slier mail DtMuI Zion John Sherman former Repre sentative in tCo House for n long term U member of the Senate and twico hold ing Cahinot positions died at his r8liliI I denco in Washington City at u quarter before 7 oclock Monday morning in tho 78th year of his age Ills death lied I Leon expected for some days and loving friends gave him thoir unremitting extra and attention to tho end Tho imme 1 I diate cause of death was described as brain exhaustion incident to his extreme weakness duo to old ago anti serend at tacks of sickness from which hound suf fered for tho past year anti n half i A Methodist Movement a Bishop Charles Galloway president of the board of education of Uio Motif iiodistEpiscopal Church South has issued a coil to one and a half million a I Methodists in tho South to assemble in their planes of worship on tho night of the last day of thin year to hold an old fashioned watch meeting as a tilting t climax to tbo twentieth contury fund I movement Tho fund now amounts to 1lOOxxlJKecommcnds Vaccination 1In view of the recent epidemic of I small pox that haw prevailed to a greater itorless degree in every section of tho country tho Board of Health of Hondo son county this State has issued the following recommendation to the people I of that county We recommend that on or bolero the 1 15thof November 1000 every individual who has not been successfully vaccinat ed within the past live years bo vacci nated and that after this date all perII sons who fail or neglect to comply with this recommendation bo barred front at J i itendancoupon any school either public or private as teacher or scholar and hoee denied employment in any factory mine ofladence that they have been successfully iv i vaccinated as above recommended Census Finished Tho enumeration work of the twelfth I consUl is completed and the enumerators are practically nil paid There l were 63000 enumerators and 297 super visors Tho cost of tho enumeration will be about 84200000 The factory work also is about finished All of I special field agents iu tho manufactur ing lines will complete their work and be paid off by November 1 Tho cost of this work will be about 200000 Tho whole force of tho census bureau is being concentrated on tabulating the statistics already gathered The report of the census bureau when completed will occupy eight volumes of 1000 pagesI each The work of the present census is heavier by several million inhabitants than ever before but director Merriam thinks it will bo ready for the public 0 weeks earlier than heretofore Q Warning to Girls A tragedy that contains serious warning to young women has just been en acted in Augusta Ga To tho marriage license functionuryin that town appear ed a young man who proffered the singular request that the olllaial cancel und return the money paid for u marriage license issued tho day before und behind the request is a curious story mnrriagoIIcensocalled at time home of his inamorata when she WWI not expecting him As ho- I entered lie caught sight of her suddenly retreating to another room and he made the astonishing discovery that she was nearly baldheaded lie hurriedly loft the house to ponder on what he had seen and tho moro he thought of it tho more the conviction grow on him that he e could not bo happy with a baldheaded woman for a wife Having como to this conclusion ho returned to tho ladys homo and informed her mother of his change of mind and tho reason therefor Tho old lady created u scene which was ended by tho young man being very emphatically dismissed The uiarriago II conic being now useless and being ofn practical turn he tried to sell it and failing in that finally prevailed on tho thjo PRESIDENT MITCHELL of tho United Mine Workers says there can bo no sec i tional settlement of the coal strike and that all the companies must conic to iarius before the men will rotund to work It is expected thut matters will1 bo adjusted this week j TEN PARTIES Have Placed National Tickets in the Field For the Coming Election A List of the Candidates Ton candidates for President and vico President will bo voted for November 0 Uullots will not ho oast for all of them in all tho States but the ton par ties will bo represented at the poUR iin- most of theta State tickets willbo numerous Illinois and Indiana loading with sovon each Colorado Idaho KenI tucky Michigan Now York North Da kotn Ohio Pennsylvania and Wiscon sin following with fire ouch Connecti out Delaware Kansas Massachusetts Minnesota Montana Nebraska South Dakota texas and Washington coming next with four ouch Missouri Now Hampshire and West Virginia trailing with three each aunt thou Florida No yada Tennessee anti Utah with two ouch South Carolina with only ono oc cupying tho end of the lino Maine Oregon rd Vermont have nl ready elected Oonsnaiinen and willI vote for Presidential electors only Ala haute Arkansas California doorgiu JouLsianu Maryland Mississippi No Jersey North Carolina Virginia nn Wyoming having no state tickets willI choose Congressmen and electors Legislatures which elect a Unites Shuts Senator art to be elected in Kea sas Montana New Hampshire Twirls Illinois West Virginia Iowa Massaclin settfl Delaware Michigan Minnesota South Dakota Idaho Now Jursey No iraska South Carolina Tennessee Vyoiuing Colorado Pennsylvania anti UtllhIThe following art candidates for Pros ident and Vice Prosidont nUUOOKATI- CPrtsidout I WHHam J Uryuit of Ne broke Vico President Adlai E Stovonson of IUinoisIProsiuwt IUIlUIIIIOASI Ohio I Vim ProideutTheodore Roosevelt of New York POPUllif1II President William J Bryan of Ne braskaVice StevensontitIllinoisSILVHR KKIDULICANS President William J Uryau Vico President Adlai E Stevenson MIDDLKOPTIIKUOAD IWUUSTS President Wharton Barker ot Penn- Sylvania Vico President Ignatius Donnelly of Minnesota PnOIIIBITIOMS- TPreJiflaut John G Wooloy of 1111 note Vice President Honrv BMetoalf of Rhode Island UNION KBFOI- UIPresidoutSeth Ellis of Ohio Vico Presidout Samuel T Ntoholso- of Pennsylvania UNITED CHRISTIANS President Dr S C Shallow o PennsylvaniaVice G Woolley o Illinois SOCIAL DEMOCRATS President Eugene V Dobs of Indi annVice President John Harrimau of California DE LEON SOCIALISTS President Joseph F Maloney o MassachusettsVice Valentino Rouimill of Pennsylvania Millionaire from Afrlciu A from Union City Lithe Nashville American dated ZSti inst ays HO Moore of Corinth Miss who made his million or more in South Africa is hero to look after his property on Rcolfoot Lake which includes his club house Idlowild in which the fu nishings of his private room cost i2 It Fon three days and nights 1 saffercalesagony untold from an attack of cholera morbns brought on by eating cucum bers says M E Lowther clerk of the- district court I1t Centorvnilo Iowa V thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medicines but till to no purpose I sent for u bottle ot Chain Iwrlams Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Romcdy and three doses relieved mo en tirely This romccly is tor salo by Cow gill Cowgill Hickmau and A M Shaw State Line Ky T- 011101tA1LIIOAI MOIilll+ AND 1 THE POPULAR LINE FOR St Louis Chicago Si Paul Omaha Kan polntlNorlhleans Mobile liirminRJiani Nahar vllle Chattanooga Montgomery Thema- ville Atlanta Augusta CharUnton 8a vannah TaokeonTlllo Tamp Port Tam pa Miami and all Mlntn In the South eat Elegant VegllbuleJ First Class Ooaoliei with crooking room and complete toilet gentlemlDd with the confort of Ithe passengers Aim D Veatibuled Palace Sleeping Care with Drawing Ileum and Buflal Lelwotn 8t Louis and Mobile New Orleans Moat gomery Thom avllle and Juoksontille Fla E U BLAIR Traveling Passenger Agentt Jackson Tenn lJ Electioni Notice r J C HAWKINS ot to nlJJ Order Potttion ox porto lhis tiny onuio J C Hawkins niul others petitioners by attorney anti ou torml a motion to lava their llatltiu- filed asking for an election to bo ortlor od hold In voting precinct No 8 iin Fulton county Ky on tho question of whether or not hogs should bo permit ted to run at largo in surd precinct at tho regular election to bo hold on N on voinbor flth 1JKX which was Ulwl i lils court on tho Hli tiny of SentonilxT 1000 tiled at this regular form anti of reconl nUll that sold election nforcsutd to bo onlercd hold And tho Court boo lug satisfied that said petition hail boon regularly tiled in tub Court moro the GO days boforo tho unto of the regular election to bo hotel in said voting dis trict at the next regular election to bo held therein on the Oth day of Novem ber 1000 and that 20 legal voters of said district had signed said petition and tho amount of money HUn clont toIdofray the oxpunso of said election 04 t in tho judgment of this Court UK is nec hl1ftIboas of the filing or the politico heroin I and that tho Fiscal Court of Fulton llrllrI ofdI I I to a voting district and to take the suns IUIIIliuldfl and said petition In hereby ordered ro filed in this Court and it is further or tiered that the + said election be held in said precinct and the ofllcera of election are hereby ordered to open a poll at oaoh voting place in stud voting pro Iclnat No8 in Fulton county on o vombor 6th 1UOO and hold an election therein at which the question wlwthfUI or not hogs shall bo permitted large therein shall oo submitted to tho ogal voters of said precinct i anti it tt ordered that notice of said election and the tines and purposes of same be give by this Court by notice duly attested by tho Clerk of this Court published ii- tho in HirKiuN CoruiBK the mnvrtpiiXir mblisluHl in this county and having tin largest bona tide circulation therein tot at least four issues of said tnip r just prior to sniff election anti tho County t Clerk of this county is hereby ordered and directed to cause ballots to bu print 0llle01l1inFor or against tho running at largo j Rocs in voting district No 8 IlIl Cftt I county Kv the election hold uuder shall bo hold the vote compared nnnoullOI1ini authorizer to compart+ polls and declare the result in elections held torIcounty olllcors and this proceeding I continual for further orders of tblsI Courtll11 I i 1 To all whom it may concern take no tioe That on November Gth 1000 an election will be hold under tho above bloburid Bend of Fulton County Kentucky for tho purpose of taking the sense of uptProfI same time and place and by tho sumac officers who will hold time regular State and Presidcntl election and the bal Iota to bo voted shall read iw follows to witIor or against the running at Ilarge of hogs In Voting Precinct No V of Fulton County Kentucky tailt1000S D LUTBJf 0 F C C U Before Deciding onVour Summer TripnI Look up rates routes and train wr vice via the Mobile Ohio II II to Waukesha WLs Niagara Fable N Y PutinBay Ohio Denver Pueblo and f Colorado Springs Col Maokiuor Is saltMinn j Northr ortservice This company has iu strvicu a complete line of now vcstibulcd coach and sleepers Their summer mS Fed ales are unsurpassed close cotiun tion is mado at St Louis Union Station for nil prominent Summer resorts Special i I nilIncomingtho transfer of lpassengers to the con nesting lines attends to sleeper reset sullen etc Summer tickets on solo from Juno 1st to September 90th limit ed to return patsaga to October JIlt 1000 for rates tickets anti full informa AgentC APaoutbobble ClicHp Kales to Slt LOHNI Mo null Return Via M k U It It Account St Louis Exposition tutu Pair Agents of tho Mobile A Ohio It H WlcklllTe Ky to Jackson Tonn will sell tickets to St Louis tile tool ro turn on Monday Sept IT aril on ouch untilnono faro tickets limited fur return pawogo fire days from dote ot attic Amid uu ncconnt of tho St Louts Fair Agents of the M littSopt to Oat 6I at rate of ono fare tickets limited return lug to Oct h 1100 for further inform 11tlon apply to any agent pf tho nbovo road or to O M1 SiuiiAiii U P A Mobile Ala cOllRhfngit ofuKomedy allay tho Irritation of tho throat and make sloop possible It is gaxl Try it For solo by Cow t1l1 Cuwgill Hickman tutu A M Hlmw Hiokmnn Ky KKTKAV NOTICE Taken tip us a stray by II Y McCon sell living in Fulton County Ky 3 mllw Wt Mt of Jordan ono mllo north of th State line rod ono bay mart mule tibtiut lor In yuan old stout 15 liands high Hunt no murk or brand IIrcfiv able und vitlu ell at SUB Ulvmi under my loon this Se+ pt mbxer the tlth 11100- I J F MKNKIWJ P F C assh Bk too Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS C Call and see our Stock Every thing up to dole MARY HKUBNDHB Co THE STEVE STAR Ijlvcry and Feud Htul l Clliiton Street west of Hiokmnn Wng Iluggiesliorrusdation giyoii Your putronago aoliait Illinois Central R E THROUGH Sleeping Car Service PROM ICINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO IfC1 pthCa- Ark J via Memphis Through sleeping oar reservations ran ow bo scoured from Cincinnati and Louisville via tho Illinois Central to Hot Springs via Moinphw on i4tNnw Orleans Limited leaving 1 UIIIUIIllllll tinily II V tjXJ- f nu LoaiHvillo at 040 p m reaching lot Springs fiat the next afternoon It carries Pullman sleeping cur and free reclining chair war Cincinnati to Mom phis and sleeping car and couch Mutt phis to Hot Springs Through reservations Cincinnati and ouisviller to Hot ci K can also 11 enured on tho SpecSul leaving Cin cinnatl 815 u m and Louisville 1JKll p m daily arriving at lIot Springs UW the next morning Sleeping cart norvif c from Cincinnati also couch from Louin villo to Memphis Bleeping cur Mom pub to Hot Springs Dining ear ner vice en route A special folder of this new Hcrvfco M well as full particulars concerning time above can bo had of agents of tho lilt nois Central and connecting line W A KBLLOND A n P A- iarulsvitle IL HANSON Oonl Pass Attend Chiwigo Mr Jorgenhausser Used to Worry Hccanso his ailvcrtipSQincnls in tho local paporw didn t flocnt to aUratt itnliondidnt draw a crowd lo his arHlbl1 und help him to Hell goods NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Hccauso he has found that Jio can ggt fifty first rate IHIN ciuk full migofitiouHf tho host thut arc ap Inuring in Ills flue in nowspapcss the country ovor for a dollar and that with their help it ia mere play to ar range ads wliieh fill tin hill to aYoucurs do the name All lines Send u dollar to p AD SUPPLY BUREAU J 7 g Devonshire St Room 24t BOSTON DAhS- r d i r ibxmA1N BAJRrKl a HlCKMAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in J 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 orlllAottI wqudt 0 limo Funds anti Securities of this Itank are proloolod by lilt MOSLER PATENT SCREW DOOR SAFEfe HUll never yet boon Oponcd liy JIliirglnrti 0H1 tV 1P JOIIWOV CiiHlior C A 1I0rCO 1 BIt Vlov Ireshllht PS AMI UI ItO AHHI Cash 1IICJliltllN WAGON OO NANupAlrvlllH ePI rill CUMiHHATi a O nAN WAGtONS HiCKMAN KENTUCTiY laQt1c4o1l1dngRa1gc The Best in the World I You unnot Siiltu a IZKfitU- oEa Baying One of tlxese Ranges S Ono of Ue StrutigpHt 1olnln in Its ECONOMY IN TEE USE OF FUEL I Hakes Biscuits In 1 MIniiluK Liplit Bread In 40 Allnntcfi Buying n 1 Mnjontlo nicnnn n IBo time of lKconomlcnl Ooofclnp C all and Sxxnminv Tlictu VonMI Kuy no other R S BRSSITAK J 4 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS j 11 A1AItllt + 1III 1MS1 r TOM DILLON Sr Propr facr be 11 nJwJ Marble and Granite Monuments OUEJ3JNG1 STOXIC WORK of nllltincle- IItONI FKNOINQco Hiokman Ky Art hdkrr AluminnArt Alum cUtAll TTU9 Ads Can Apple ItrrrtItabbltl iUUI liatur iluialurydes JlPtHJnnu pdeIltoDin Clock IIrttnollal Dread Kntrr or AND Cluthei llni ebneo Melia CbambrrSoti Call IMIU Channs Dlihrj dolts luckCow lieu Clothes Llnei Cut Uliu Cream FaunCoal Urns Corn ioppen Cak Stands tkdee luta Gal Ilode coal paws torpcr KtlUrt cuirrn Conn sweeperhaalellen haalellenWrTin OankHlatt llUbOinicn Let Ilfoalfn host 1111- IJInllJr8eU IHnbTrar floor Mali Ialrr CIonn Sets PHILLIPS BUTTORFF co- NASHVILLE LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUrACTUftUS New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE JAPANNED COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES BIIIPIlOi111t4 pennCork rots floor Mup FlIt Fruit Ian1- 1uUnarlrcn Sly Fruit lone liens Iralo lame Store train lamm nStoreS- itammocka list Itltkll- IalIIIIU Holiday posts ranll- aadtfcaJr Hall hand lllMMO IITIWC- Dlc tick des Hook IM Shiver itminz IN Dotes Knits SteeleI Knit Urttklrn Saws lard 1reeaee lamp rblmoriLwn Rwtoc Lawn MfG TENN PLAIN STAMPED STOVE AND t yseea- Cbaee cherry seeders Slower Screens Traps 1rrMC meets leI- UaelIhe Scrap Ileatlnf Hearth Lamp Mirror liuwxi Jartllnlfrr Kitchen setters Laundry Stares Lamp LawuTatci Lantern IJUIIP wick lawn Chair Metal Polishes Milt caw Metal Cocks Milk Shaken Milk Strainers Most Chopper Nut Crackers Nutmeg Uratert Oil stoves Onyx Tables Oil Can- l111nl Pans Tartar Lsmts Patios Cbunx ltUU Mashers ladlockePuckI CtUryIDAary IlatTraiKoUfiil lIfr1ralGrtlt lllItne Jan BmoktrafcU IfIlaD1Ifo1a sand Stones SWat lbunden altTSiT MWDestt Statuettes Steel itanae- ssense hornScrub Urushwr JtUlkIsteak itHHtn Soap hacks lilp Cant Sewer Caps Table CuUrrj Tea Damn WHOltiaic AND fIInAIL ASK YOU- RDALCRS WHIT ranC- ATAIOOB AND PNICfS Toilet Seta ToT lieu Towel Roller Toilet Novelties Tea Rote Ilirtnuuiun Urns Umbrella Stand VMMTentllators Wine sets Wood Churns a Wood rauccU Warn Irons Water Cooler Water fillerand InChina WWet Tin Wire or IforI Isnlg Room Kitchen and Dairy j