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gile more kWw than all the teat JMMW WhlUxxnh Riley fgf Mfcw Myrtle Lijiftard of QoXnKton A Tuna U tko gweato dirt Maud Kakor homeFt yea yafter a 1 lrkXo t 4Kef II R Hall ban roturued from Do wood where ho has been holding a meeting with DO conrcrUons 1 Crown and bridge work a special ty McfALL ntHMUKJW the painless Tonttftt l Doat fall to see the Prlncfi of the s World the great Chrwtiaa play at City t Hall Tuesday Nov IL 7 1 ttO p ut Did you ever notice thu soft ilwid telethOnofAndvoice they use around home Wants For Salo For Rent Ixwt Found to Loon etc inserted la the Courier at rate of 1 cent a wont each in J t sertion Personal niontlotm free l Huntow report that quails are more numomufl thbi svaNoti tkkn over For u J few yean the birds have been scarcet hut tno State laws enacted ncoms to limo put n check to the wholesale slaughter Ikcauflo he kicked over u little sand house Ernest It4ioraged to years WM kllb1 nun day last week In ChlctloK9 with a ti17 e4aovei In the handsof O year old George Waterman In childish rage t the Hmaller boy struck the other on the- Y hack of the bead fracturing hb skull Young Didier WM taEen to lips homo where ke died that night The boy who struck tho fatal blow w too young to bo amenable to tho law WHEN yon feel that life la hardly worth tho candle take a dose of Cham IxTlnlHfl Stomach tint Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone k and reguato your bowels upmoryliverfeel like a new man For t talc by CowKlH Cowtfill Hlcknmu and A M Shaw State Lino The proper place for advertising Is In a newspaper It goes into time homes of tho people and is read every day and there Is a reason for reading It It con tains ell of the news of the commer clad world the price of commodities the record of births and deaths the news of accidents the news of politicians tho wen who rule the Government in fact it is mndispeealble to iHtellkeat persons It Is a medium cotweiiBeflUy for sellers becauseit reaches all buyers All other forms of advertising save the magazines anti periodicals which drop into tho home occasionally are more or less of an- A illegithmaite or valueless charactor l A minister of the gospel says an ex change was onco very much disturbed bya member of hia congregation who kept interrupting his sermon with Amen and other devout ejaculations Finally It got BO strong that the reaobor asked an officer of the church to speak to the brother and we if he could not quiet hint lIe did so and after thathe was ta silent AS the tomb A1L4K wrvke the minister naked the officer of the church what ho aldto the brothers thatcaMed him so suddenly to tew hM terror Tke officer said I asked him for tfi for the church Tik little incident illwttvatestho conduct of a great may people IH a great hloudestJ ihu lH8tN until you ask them for money i t 9m1nmmmmmmmmmmrE 5 Whq Can DisplteEvyt a r E efl I R1ghtjiisOwnOnlnlonf L= I sEM f E Big Stores to t4o OUt lit asprI We realty otter lIMN that bbd r P k new lied ki r J V P tr MW tai 1tik ytooL Jult r x Orof aal Hire be akiTIM are right too I Fey W ttli x19 aM + tf are r osly to to MMM Mir t t A- J Tile Bill Fits bilker Wctlt sdny Nov 7th 1000 YoU well Say lull Shako And If yon will Sorry So Now honest Bill Ive had my fill UK I And get no show For my white alloy At the rally And uiv And tall Aro and muBsod And trust You and that other Hill Will now keep still If it hadnt ended soon By the great horn spoon Id have bot Nit a billi ME dead Hm not built That way may wllfr And got a ME 8111 Ivo got claws Im no jay Nor And flock With 110 common herd Im BIRD 1 But to return Lota barn Botno And scream llko well Any old thing cant Mug But by tho jumping these Make IHU wink POi iyiI ergive both you Bills For my font still flllu v My old porch aud- I do at the old stand t tl And you blow Ill crow A bit For were IT a J ARK ALWAYS TRVllW U MM e tIM OrDflOKW by rem a tutbaC Lacto UM partita At kane yet Q uYf1thweer4o ffnwpi s EWz Faahionablfc Millinery i Hwy more lxc4aalve 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weather condition for November mum iletcrnnucd by long series of AH the weather of any given November does not conform strict ly to the average conditions time state taunts cannot bo considered as forecasts In Its general character November weather forms a moan between time heat of late summer anti early fall and tho cold of winter and in marked contrast September timeAtlanticaudtlnosoath e u torn coasts of ABU the ty theUddlowlufts become stronger aad blow more steadily from tho Northwest shlfttag to givenparallelto their eastern shores In tho great corn aud wheat grow thetcissummer to midwinter la thatGulf and South Atlantic States November ralafalk are commonly light and la tho west gulf districts they tan short of tho summer average From the lake roo middloAtlantic timerskdecrease in rainfall from midsummer to midwinter audSouttiAtlantic sbjoottotwo likely to occur In Oeatral and North ern Florida In November v COLD WAVE According to whether Prophet Marshls reading the present month will betlea EWiMble until the lath oc 14th when the first cold wave will strike the Ohio Val ley Fi om that date until the eloee of the monthit will be eold There will be good stages of water during the entire wjiterei6tobeasovereoneExtreme 22d of December untilthe last of Feb ruaty J VV- VV Y y giM1 N r v1IIF- w r fm e e ltUllht btit itya better nT uaIZILIC I- atroag iwarehle n i to treat ia ef Aia yal Lr tlahra i 4e t c as aw cote Mapiiiep aMartrlOi to Ir peteaatt r 4- t4Ma Td 1 r hit hit ql1 etlalruii MW Ile tfttl gT bitter values at the prieje than DoW Youll My go too whet you see theta I tJCiA ii l1 We have Wright Patent Sanitary In I jk i both Cotton and Wool fleeced but the Silk Fleec 4 ed is fast becomingthe most popular It dos not irritate Is sot kind to tho skiBoWo have this l kind at 1100 to 150 tho garment tho Crosser GHesscraltoJSiact You evryVDOLLAIlfCASH you spend Dry Clothing or Departments = E fl Ellisony spielI whoopMo jogYou z IVillisIiVfooroChiofof Washington The stuteinouts observations hasK SilkEieeced Underwear Underwear 00 PRINCE OF THE WORLD Great Play at Oily Hall Next rtz Tuesday Night Hls1ri 1 Kussolls great playtTbo PKncSof tho World will be presented at OitUAll next Tuesday night No vember 19th The Princo of tho World is a Chris tiahplay and is prolhgued by the be trayal of tho Savior Then follows the straggle the Christians and time flual overthrow of Nero Tho prologue us well M the blay is taken from Roman and Biblical history In every way the pnxluction is strong and appeals with greet fwcxxk the audience The auth ors have happily blended Biblical and Roman history romance and drama into a harwooioas whole and so clearly ron slruetedand fitted together is the play that the Story never loses interest It is in A prologue and three acts tho first of wkkk takes place in Jerusalem and the play proper seventeen years later in Rome The rest of the play Is laid in tho pal attemptlofsin ts his already famous list of concu binea Her rescue by Glbn U Roman general wins for him tho throne ot a Caesar I Tke east embraces time names of Miss Lillian Komblo Miss Westbrook Miss Bigler Miss Rophinell Miss Geib Mr W 3 Rising Jules Russell Leon Hot tenbwk John Hepworth Harry Willard Teddy Le Due George Fisko Harry Sutherland Fred Gaston Walter Ron ser and Charles Mylott Tho company carry a ear load of special scenery for this production An invitation to all ministers in Hick man k cordially extended by Manager Holland and Managers Kuscll Rising to attend this really great play free of charge c JiirlR6 your Ufa lu the Fouuayl vanlaiMuteal Special now features For fwthw information see Miss JES tits I agent lM e 5 dithtRIEZ ROD ERlSONAllE mUmy On Wednesday Oct 31st 1900 ata1 oclock p iu Miss LULA ATTEBKUUY and Mr DAE RonEUrsov were marriedI at time home of Mrs Lou liynnm nonr Cayce Ky The beautifully worded ceremony w portormoa by Rev E H Stuart post or I of tho Cayco Methodist Church Tho wedding party formed ou the upper i floor and came down time stairs Keeping step with time straits of time wedding march played by Mrs Alice Meuoes Fort cameo Mr Tom Atteberry and Miss Lola Oliver then came the bndo and groom They mantle their way through the hnll and into tho parlor where tliop tool their places Imuio dlntely after the ceremony they march ed back through the hall to tho front gate where they took carriages and were driven to the depot at Cayce where they took tho southbound passenger train for a two mouths tour to Alabama and Mississippi Tho bride wore a traveling suit of steel grey with lint and gloves to mutch and carried u bonquet of tea roses Tim o groom wore a neat suit of black Mr and Mrs Robertson have many friends In this vicinity as well us at Malden Mo where the bride resided a year previous to her marriage who wish them happiness aud prosperity through their wedded lifer A FltlEND CATTLE MAY COME quarantine Lifted bj Kentucky Inspec tor Veterinary Inspector Dr Eiscumau gave out tho following notice this morn ing s All cattle below tho Federal Qua amine lino will bb allowed to come Into Kentucky without any restriction dur lug tho month of November and Decem ber These cattle vcere prohibited from tho state during tho summer months iis they wero lufected with diseases which was feared would spread among other cattlo v Under tho head of announcementsi wo have the announcement af Rieiiuc and lose1tri Priucoof tho World Cd a play for All Humanity Better taM Vndts or tho sign of the Cross atQuo City Hall Tuesday Nov 13th W t r J IcIINLIT REELEaTltf p Tiw loin Wiu McKmlejr Mae IMMMK T1 F iferaitoUlettthe exaq t etecterai or yoptilar iK iii no known atWI wrttiog lift M lenk atienipt to give thIWfled to Malfltnleya to 1JqM d eetthecanei kImt iai+ a f- mellMtl fIll a otiyetpreparydforimpartial in pf orildmiaetonNfh Tte CmtrMr Jthevw tbatth autbt iii Aii a M 4e 1tfrJt 1w 1lAbe otMftry M i wopMdfe- pr tN Ile ion And AnaaeiW pwr eiMt IIengalled ufhlc tbdiarenletMtielrAf 1 mond 1LwijM i = fqijltlici tTrBttiiiitei Mr ale i+duartlMioM I adderooniUC aed Qu Jtkr7still t ttlyk poUttc J party wr 4aItoi faYti tk ocaotbing w do with tiba the dietia general It tI 1oCs i tewet aiM geflc th erditt i ta11bkalp retttletv i4 ft Jr 4 f ft iMM + It r t t l1li JItlcwt 1 in JJe d = iI f that MM 110 Ife dri Slarut iiilIaetry ttif t jI ar3Jw =ttt w =eta oooceniralML 1- 01rt Ytii Sfl r M wls tP+ ttade s 4h C 0 r i e i I t e5 t 1ghli iiienf wit pic parity oC capital and with the tte I IJar dont count It is true that Mr Bry an and all tho Democratic orators labor ed heroically to discount the flnUtialI issue of 189G Bad to show truly that tiM Democracy was not antagonistic to hee p cstly acquired wealth hut none te Ieeeii Mr Bryan in his character and latog i rity so completely personified the ieanelp of 1890 it was impossible to free tko r campaign so as to make the new iaseesyparamount p Wo doubt however if the Democrats could have nominated a stronger raaa than Bryan for he is wonderful gifted lithe popular idol of thousands and whitet his candidacy weighted tho party as re l furred to it is probable that any other nominee would have driven away thousands of other elements So therefore itsccms to have been fated for tho Democrats to bo defeatJin 1000 What may bo the conditionsk cad issued of 1001 no man can tellJbub them will bo millions of Democrats on hand then to put up the best tight they cnn s nsRAIN OFF IB THIS MONTH OTho astronomers look for a jrreat wet j t teorio shower oil the morning of t elfh They calculate that the earth will thes + pass through tho center of an imaneafie swarm of meteoroids as they are called il before combustion These great Leo1 nido star showers aa they arp called oc cur at intervals of So years and 1 day Tho shower this year is supoosed to be tho largest shower over before seen and probably considerable danmgo will be ifdone In different parts of tho earth trof Elbert Clerk the distinguished jr astronomer of Buffalo says that many forcrunnow of tho great shower dJwithin tho earths atmosphere leaf No vombor as many of the inetcoroids ark always considerably in advance of the main cluster Prof Clark says J Tho thickncs of theanioteoroidal stream la 100000 miles and t duration is c iual to the tiwe of the di= agonal luitsago of tho earth through it usually from midnight to dawn Z- Ho adds As there is a light shower of Leon idea every November we know that there is a vast ring formed by tho r comets tail and thnt the immense shoal in id that of thoono portion product ex 1 ploded comet itself through whichTwe dayThoit t Iii only when they pass into the cartes atmosploro that they are gaifcdi by friction and become visible for a YeW seconds The stream makes a revolu lion around tho sun in rheas 331 years j cad by consequence tho earth asseslthrough it Jn n now place each year l Many astronomers in the east are anewnpreparing td como to the Ohio valley where the shower Is supposed to be the thickest They will bring with them tine best instruments available for photographing this great cluster which will t reach the earths orbit about November 15th when our planet will plunge into tho swarming mass and for at least five 1of1 or = co I Ir r r i tt- ruuuuIJ rt K t I The Hickman Courier I OEOKGE WAnHEN PuMUhw i s III K IAN KENTUCKY I NOVEMBER1900 Srn Men Tue WtiSatJ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 JO U 2J3141S 67ii I 18192021222324- b L2s 2627IU293 rI I M JI JI CURRENT TOPICS rThe Philadelphia street railways are to have smoking cars I Kiddville lllght Angle and Log Lick re Kentucky post officesITwclvo million one hundred thou J sand tons of timber are cut every year C Danish lighthouses are supplied with oil to pump on the waves IStcase of a storm The first treaty with China which opened Its ports to foreign trade Was signed in 1842 f There are close upon 3000000 pas sengers carried on every week day In London by public conveyance ol + all kinds t The quantity of fresh beet carried 1 en ono trip by an Atlantlo liner of 8000 tons would keep a family of live 18 yeas I Japanese workmen bathe the whole body once a dy and some of then twfcc Public baths are provided in every street f- All big vessels arc provided with t copper lightning rods which run from their mastheads down to tk rrs copper sheathingtwd TIle warrior ant makes raid against nests of the small yellow turf ant These It knows by experience make the best slaves There are more than JG000000 pu pile in tbo schools of this country About 30000000 babies are born into the woria every yearwThe nearest approach of a comet to the earth observed was In 1770 when one approached to within V 400000 mills of our plane K A aedltiL th nutuaiuVeart WoA iP1 4 through artificial arteries is tfcV t i work ola continental physician Barlhpldrs Statue of Liberty is is a deplorable condition and an expen diture of fronn575000 to 100000 will be required to put in proper repair The inhabitants of Media Italy are convinced that their fields were neared by the 300 shots which were fired during the prevalence of a a fierce hailstorm which devastated nil f the surrounding country n C Kirk newspaper man and niter who has just returned from Dawson tells of the finding of a coinJ in tho Klondike which would seem to establish the existence there of UB j 1unknaan1 race centuries ago I The Philadelphia dirfctory shout nine men who bear the name of Thomas Thomas and eleven known as Robert lloberts lint William Wil t Jams outnumbers them both as there1 1areeightysix citizens thus named The newest labor union In Spring field Mass is nn organization of the fruit peddlers of the city They have banded together in order to fight tho discrimination at auction sales charged against the wholesale deal t 1erfPerfumes are put up in tablet form nowadays A lady simply orders aII dozen or more nt n time and pro- C ceeds to distribute them about in her pockets her purse or within the minis of her gloves They come in r two sbes A new Maine statute prohibits the placing of inscriptions upon the stars 1 and stripes and several polltlca Dags bearing the names of candidates Ii rloaltdjc1l1tt vice president and gov eraor have had to be taken down in consequence The cato chairs and tables of the sidewalk are a Paris feature that the tourist Immediately agrees ought to be adopted nt home They form the most distinctive feature of the Paris promenade They give its Parisian brightness to three boulevard An Australian manufacturer in his search for n cheap raw material fo papermaking has successfully expo rimented with turf Ho claims to produce from the cleaned and bleached turf fibers a remarkably strong and durable paper The most densely populated pot In the United States is the block ol tenement houses in New York bound ed by Sixtyfirst and Sixtysecond streets and Tenth amiI Eleventh avenues In this block time census showed lived 3087 persona most ol them Negroes The ewcrtl of Saladin the advert 1rtof Richard Coucr Dc Lien is ia fa the possession of a native of the T town of Beyrout Syria who is wilt lug to sell it for 3000 it The largest plurality on the popu lar vote for a presidential candidate wax IB 1872 when President Grant rHHBlng for reelection had 700000 Yet his first term he had 305000 Aa ocean steamer of the first class j + jreiBg at full speed can upt by brought to a halt in lei than fthree Minutes In the meantime nhewll bare traversed a distanw of nboat ball a wile i AFFAIRS IN ALASKA Annual Report of Brig Gen Geo d Commander IRa r Thrrr In n IHIKC Area In the Ter rltiiry IVhliU irkshet Ilcin Prospected Where fluid Can- 1rt llr Kounil WiiHhlhgton Nor SUrlg Gen Oeonjp M Kendall commanding the Department oftlnshka iimlerUdteiOf Scpuinbcr 30 nt St Michael has sub mltttd his nnuual report A great dirt of the report is devoted to cony dltloiiH at Nome whichhe found upon its arrival nt a critical stage It was difllcult to obtain convictions by n jury trial in the United States com missioner court wliidh emboldens the lInwlcSs Labor organization pro vented the roan from wprking for leas than 1 nn hour Fully 18000 people arrived nt Nome II Tune Claim jumping was the order of the day early cv ry our Bcefned to think he hlldn Divine righttotake posscSRipn of a claim 6r town lot which he found Many property owners Were disposed to de fend their rights by taking the 1 law Jn t6elrbnni hands The Wrival of troops prevented bloodshed and se rioiiH disorder On thin requuat of the qharaber of commerce the mill tart took charge thoroughly oxnin tried linto nil complaints hInt where the rights of property could bo de toruiiiud placalitl in the possession 61 the lawful owner Capt W A Ituthel who acted as judge advocate In these cases ix highly praicd by Gen llandnll The sanitary conditions were placed under control of Maj Chat K IJcrtI purgebn who has heretofore reported upon conditions The energetic ef forts of the military improved these conditions during the summerJJ There were about 500 men working J on the beach at Some with machluJJ ery at one time and many declined give answers concerning the prosJJ pats for gold while others admitted they were taking out only from 4 I to 6 a day The beach was prneUI cally worked out last year The tun dra is believed to be rich but ItIwould require large capital to pro duce results Tlicro is a large area of country hich hue not been prospected where gold can bo found but it requires men of experience to develop such u country Gen Randall discusses the various jjpinU where mining Dera micas h bCn jJ 1I1r 9 e t bl sra permonenM mUfI rfpMJ n the island of St Michaels lie rcc ommenda the purchase ot two fiteni wheel steamers for operations on the Yukon and that all coal forage and building materiall intended for Alas kan posts be started from Seattle ot later than June 15 and shipped in sailing vessels foreconomy also that cable be laid from Seattle via iu aerie and Skngwaytt SENATOR DAVIS CONDITIONs Slight Operation en ills riot Sbmm It to Rr In Much Hctter Condition Than Thought StIaul Minn Nor b Monday evening Dr A J Stone the physi clan in charge of United States Sen ator Davis said that the slight opera tion on the senators foot Monday afternoon showed it to be in much better condition than either he I or I Dr Murphy haul expected to find It and that only the simplest kind of an operation lead been necessary i The senator had revived from the operation in good shape He Insist ed there had been no question of am putation and that Senator Davis waR getting along very nicely In every way Two Steamer AurouHil Hamburg Nor GTho Hamburg American line steamers Feurst Ills murck bound from this port for New York via Southampton and Cher bourg nnd the Pretoria from here bound for New York via Itoulogne and Plymouth both wont aground whlle passing down time Elba at Sohu lau about 13 mlle from here Aa sistance has been sent from here to help the stranded1 vessels off CouHlriietloii Slopped Hermosillo Mexico Jgv 5 The construction of the brunch line of the Sonora railroad which is u part ol the Southern Pacific to the Sail Mar clnl coal fields in this state has been stopped and it is reported that the rimre building of this road was ono of the pet projects of C P Huntlngton dur ing time later years of Ills life An tssistant Panlori St Petersburg Nov 3 lies Oen dunicnn Low of Kdlnburg today us liumed the duties of assistant pastor of the AngloAmerican church in St Petersburg The Influx of Scotch cm ployed In time cotton mills renderedi the labor of the pastors Itev Alex antler Francjs excessive Stolen Title testis Found tome Nov S Searches node at jQc foa Milan and FJorpnce have re suited in tho discovery of title deeds stolen from the Vatican nluednt 220000 francs A man und a woman were arrested dt Genpa and a search1 of their house disclosed u quantity of American title deeds Army IJpywaiter Dreamt Berlin Nov SAn army pasntas ter named Wild at Darmntadt h I tiedhargit defalcations in his uc oountsfiavc been discovered upon in vestigatlon Fi b+ NEW RAILROAD SYNDICA rhr totIiltIIltnrrlnIHH ahgalair AV ilnir nt the hind ot R1 trt1 TM Itoml to lli Tut Iii s t Mr- tqievtlnnd 0 Soc 6IIoJJWj a story whlqh duns out dirt Ouy u now railroad xjiidlpat t bven formed by the Gould K41p Harrimnn and Jolts W Cate anew p system has now under lt tract the rhleaRo It 11011 1Vc11- J1Il1 interests the Knnsas City err the Wabasn the Missouri t5 M title and the Missouri Kansas kglVx themlins west countryxUnder the new arrangements thex4 3 roads an to be put Into tliepo T The object is to llessen the cowjfcjj 1 tion nnd to make possible tL j through service to time Texan1 tory which has not been obiafiiiw out of Chicago hitherto Tliej nation of tlio Tosas ralUoadM has been In liltherto accoinpllNhedP virtually if nut ti allty throuph this agrtimente story has it that the sjndlcaf rUs to rpneh into this tterrmtory mu i- as control Arlnlu vv ternJlIUiR1- b 1 buying in the llor rnl then making onrtures for the session of the theeliiiR A Lakov It is also said Il Jhe the nuQtemn li larger ayndii Atn1 the cleat Uffi l try to p lair nr r roads timer t COI1CItlle fGOV SA E I Ciiilvenlon I r f I 1sesre UIh TnklHir Ifs tier of Whti tke IIs4iitrG- alveston Tex Nov Gflt1 fin vcston deep water committee i llfth has in hand the preparing oLmi x urea for state nnd federal 4uw npneat relief in ration to thg date hurrlllHll Mondn ied resolulimu- taking l notice of TP possible Iinprci slon that lov Snyera had been f tf lict in calling n special session of the legislature to relieve Galveston Tbl I committee says Sov Raycrw cfirw has HM entire approval as Jqhitjon will require more substantial IIII once than cauld be nccoinplUluMf h- an apropriatlon from the e nry The committee praise nEle gOYJ cruor Quid the people of fat what they have done J t MRS STONEWALL JAC N j The Widow o the utedVn 1Unr1tIKllnl Hperatles t1moIo 9xf1I nitgeline been Ct time Church humam R Urinary for mn pro than a n Ild tlUcXI l Mrs Jackson came to Baltimore for treatment for neuralgia front Vhlch she had Buttered greatly She cqn suited Dr Louts MoLane TfiTaUjr hoI udvhed a surgical operation The operation was M5rform l by Dr TICI funy three weeks ago with complete HiicccsK nods Mrs Inckcon laM notI suffered any jpain since She Jfc nottI entirely restored to health SYMPATHY FOR BOERS The Municipal Council of furl Adept UriiulHlluHk Kr Kcr Will Bi Wrlcemrd Paris Nov 6fhe municipal conn Ingwarm I tho lions in their heroic defense pf their Independence anti rtsblving that the president and other officers of the council shall welcome Mrs Km gel nt the station upon his arrunl In Paris anti mite him to an official reception at the Hotel Dcvillt hena tionallst group in the chamber ofI deputies Monday appointed a delegaI tion to meet Mr Krugcr at tli0sta tlon X A b Serge Storm nt Xorar fort TownBendWash Nor irThe Hteumxliip Charles Nelson arrlyed on Monday ten lays from Nome Shu reports that four days prior to her sailing Nome beach was swept by an other severe storm which dill much damage to small shipping nnd to some buildings In course of pnntnic tlbn While the damuge dona was heavy there was no loss of iiltA Six Jonlli Crulr St Johns N F Nov fi 1 ftv New faumllund fishermen fonnriig life first contingent of the colonial naval reserve will emlmrk on thin llrlJlHli cruiser Charybdis next atnrdny fo a six months vrulso in the Vfftt Ire dies if the experiment proves mic ccsHful S50 others will foljy next winter Treasons Conlllthu WaHhlngton Nov o Monday s statement of the treasury balances titn the general fund exduslp of the 150000000 gold reserve IintJlI dl vlson of redemption Hliov 4ivHlla goJd2iy la1 Ident Kruiirr in III BrunHelu Nov 0 KeporM thut 1resldent j roger is III on the Dutch rlllgingalmunxlety nt the liner legation here Fear is exp cssrd that tilt lgcr Boer president will sat reach oinrxciHcf alive Lord RohrrUV Itrtarn Itrlnyrd Duroon fO O ccordlniro a din patch fropl 1lclennarililll the TimesI of Natal says that t1it1 fIt litH I of Lord Itoberls to KnglanlVwuy still bu jlolayedfor several week rYy H BAN CONSTITUTION kfttt Mttt in EAV MR far tke Purpose rf Formulating Ose rd Convention OrKHnlirit Wid- CIreOI fjlorentr jHNtl e eC the of t Jrtr Court nn lrcsltlf ut ifIhUYJI t AVork barons Nuq G rho Cuban con stitutional convention lucjt ln the ofMilrti theater Monday u l rnooii tit oVloek Long LcforclhjRrhour the iheater wan crowded Many tlioua Wls nisi unable to gala admittance and the streets in the neighborhood crew blocked with people Oen Wood mid hlx stuff nccompnn aril by len Fltznugh Lee ana hit Mart ccriYeitI an ovation oii entering the apdilluybrg Ainerlciu Senor CIMHTOS and urn J lv u cs eortrd Urn Wood to the phtforuraliiil nltnokt Immediately opened Ui lannvoiitipu KAsIj Cubs and representing limn jiroil dent of the United States he wild I call thin convention to order Ittwill be your duty list of all to fruni and adopta ruiistltutlon for Cuba jtl when that is lout to fortnutnl what Id your opinion ought to IH the ivgtilatloAs between Culfa amid tiltInit oil States- The t constitution must hi+ ndo quote to secure stable oniony and free government Whtm you have formulated the relation which inhyour opinion ought to t xttu Iwtwwn tuba anti the United Stnlell the ROV urhuitnt of the Ujiitetl States willb doubllexs take such notion on ita art n II shall lead tto n gnu and au thoritative agreement brtwent tJltt lHH plc of Ihe two countries to pip motion of their common interrM- AU friends of Cuba will follow your deilbfrntlons with the drrllerEt hitereit earnestly drtJrlrtg that you shall reaeli just conclusions anent that ItIntnilnt and wine roulll jvhltfli phall elm rnelerize your procertllnpn the cnUictty of thin Cuban people lor rvpreKcntatlve goveri meat may bo- AT lInlly Illustratedl Tlic fiindanifiital dl t tnctlon vseen true rjirc entallo govern I Went and a dictatorship IR that In tho former every rcpnsientatltc urhtPeople In whatever ofllec confines lilmself strictly within the halts of him defined power Without spelt ro Mtrnlnt there earl not U free iroimti tUitIonnV govern inmt nJUuitAaUe onjerpursimuut Ja which u 1f Ii J I Wait mivr you lnlAi tiutev ih IjfaollMstlevlt- to Ys b taket part Hi Uiu lirrrcnt govern meat of the island Your powers are Ntrtetly limited by time tern of that order llefore withdntwing Gen Wood wished tho delegates a K redy anti uvcrMifitl conclusion of thdr work The convention organized Tvlth 8r nor l loretit justice of time Muprrmc rnurt nil president and Senor Villu cudo an wcrrlory The following oath was then administered We delcgnteit cntnmtea by the people of Cuba to the national con stitutional convention swear fait fully to fulfill thi duties of our outer We publicly and solemnly rrnqunc allegiance to or compact made with any state or nation whether made di rectlyor Indirectly swearing to the sovereignty of the free acid indc nd eat People of Cuba and awcuring to respect the solution thin convention may adopt as well as the govern ment fKlnblishcd by the conMltu lion 11IIf Ihe 51 Relegates were Arcs outt Senor Allfinan who WIllie that tilt convention was Only n continuant of the tight for Independence moved that the regulations governing the old1 Cuban usHcinbly at Yayn In Itfofl be adoptiil AH nobody seemed famil far with them the convention ad journed until Tuesday ut 2 p in when copies will be furnished to the delegatoM Time following resolutions were presented to the president of the con vention Just before adjournment and willjjprobablo lie tuloptrd Tuekday Time underxignid delegates propose that the conntltntioniil nsKvribly adopt the following resolutions HFin t that the committee of the assembly proceed Immediately to call on lien Wood nnd to innnlfeHt time satisfaction with which the Ilebegntc- h ve wen him carry out time illlllcillt inijtalou eutnixted to him rerprosident lows I The delegates elected to the con stitutionalI convention nKHiinbled nt the linuigurul meeting greet with profound gratitude anti nnVctlon th president of the United States u males and they ort satlMded with the honesty tli monntrgtedln tilt tub illment of the declnrations made lIn fnvor oMlberty amid the independ cube of the Cuoan people1 Fatal Huller Bkiilimlan Traverse City Midi Nov 0In n boiler explosion ut the Illabt of the IVylltt Coopejnge GP at In rrlochcn Monday Charlla honks was fatally In- Jured Bert flier was seriously in lured and ii number of others re elved minor injuries to WullM mown Out yew Haven Ct 3S v A Jlexplo sloe took place In the drybuse con neeted wltlr tilt wprka of time VIa chcHUr 1tepeatvr ynns 0o The wllfl of the bulWliig were blown out and the Indow II fits battered4 I THE EXPELLED STUDENTS t rl MuHtrlHtrndtat nf Cwlvvr- JlVlllHry 1 AvmlPHir lHhrlrt Ih- IIU Arllwn Chlpngo Nov Gllal nilfionHti tilted committee of patrons wlio cjill on the miporlntnnnclit II till nu thorltleH of the military tundiMiiy at Culver Hid relative to the dlMiilwml 103 cadets Tram that Jimtltutlon lut week uiojtw its report Monday Col Fleet the nujwrintondcnt cud the nuthorlUoM were1 upheld In their nation by HIP committee It was further stated that the Individual caso each of tln students wall bo uoiiHldVivil on application by bis imfcntii tltlfi will be dcoldwll on the punt record rind merits of tthe ono under consideration Tho committee reported that Cal Fleet wan firm In the sour he had taken nod ROC thin uomntlttet Cordial reception ihad n full explanation of lhq regulation under which M had I hctedi The coniinlttep hulullod limo following it U Alhhlon Chlongo Henry H VnnlJrunt Council lUufTa 11 IL Quwil Mlniunpolls Minn C Morqhonie Omaha Neb MOTHER HUBBARD PARADE iler tOHMI lroll l lnril hrrl ipits flrtcoC and lnnnhil nt Hldliuluas cuu A hcllnff W Va Nov GIYlmec lng Motlibc1 HublKird trwrndis tb1W uraiting before tamp jirwIdenUal slit I tloif whqn the mcmlwra of the inarch Jng clubs of all parties UUUtt ttgothrtI t I anti join In a jrront dmulIIl1 la onor of the xvoinanii xuffrwgc ram dldalo for prwddont la unique nnq original with thU citysatiny ights affair In honor or itllI Calf war time In tux rc rtrrd fully 1t00C nuirclicra be rig in illus The rro womAn JiuftroglM liowcvcr liavo on thin occasion MiterjHl an emphatic protest agnliuP time domoiiRtratloa hat the oppcwltlon Hrrmcd tondd U he favor with which the public looked pt It Over 30000 people line the streets and laughed at the strict i and rldlouloiiK uoitnmea the match ens worn ALLEGED FRAUD Several Arrest Mmln In OhfrnK The IrUuHrr Ara Vhnrcrtl With IllcKHl HftcUtrntlon ICtP Chlongo Now o Scvoral urrmtt were made Mondny nK a result of whnl U nllrld to br an cleotJon fraudl eon lodginghnuweThe men under arrest Include Dr Norman Knnctn veterinary Irgeunt ned inlrick OlbtflhA ilk ward twill tJI + Iwr1 ant i vtmtnu nrJuh g wlUi alililig In n Utrillion frnutU IfIlhttional Committeeman Graeme HtewuriI called on Stales Attorney Dencrn and naked him to hoer taro matter broughiI before the grand jury SEVERAL FATALITIES I Three People Killed UHrlRII a IM rNtislruraalu In honor uf the fioMlh African 1 Vwlnnlrrrii Toronto OnU Nov C Scvernl fa Imradinteer Monday titles Magee aged 75 was knocked down by n buggy andI instantly kd Jennie Thcckcl aged1I IS was struck ou the head by n lull- Ing boast anti her skull was fractur ed She third later George Shaugli nesoy cll from the roof of the arm ory anti hind both leg broken and1 was Injured Internally He will tile Charles Taylor nuKUtunt diet of the Querns hotel hut Ills handl completely blown off by time cxnlonlon of- gidtrt it firecracker flared In the AnnrnllMi llnr Ucrlln Nov GClan Groumr Its r furst which hind boon In the New Yorkllriincn service uf the Northern German Lloyd Slr niMhlp Co slue May 3 last when khe lets llrojueii for New York on lief iiialilrn voynge wa I Monday Pilaeed In the cninjxu it Aus tralian linn She will sail from llro men on Wotlrifcstlay for Colomboi Fmnnunlle Adelaide Melbourne nn Sydney vlii Port Said jj Hra1 DMtcr OrvorHlrd London Nov OrThu queer hUll dccoralvd niul promoted SO naval olll crrn urviiig in South Afrlcn Ur- Ilarriswho IIUH been cciuuiitndorlnchlet on time jape of booth llopv ami west coaHtof Africa Ktnttori lnci JgJS has been mhdo a knight coiiitnandcr of tho Hath lust llrr Son New York Now O Ikcnime Jtimen 1CrIKnfJII aged h impact a phitv of rand Faferagstnail Jilt him on the Jcft cheek arm and neck The boy rim out at iii House with hlHmother following him A policeman looked her up for dis orderly conduct ChrlNtntRH Iresrnt for floldlrrn AVoHhlngtoUf Nov 6fho presides hos iHsuedHii executive order admit ting free of dpty Christmas prescntn dad souvenirs Bent by soldiers Infill na to friends in the United Htat The privilege ta the M me as wan ex tended to Holdlers in the Philippines ono year ago r Ruled br a train MarsfcflcW AVla NovtIJ A Hal venioii preftklent of Uie Kutwhltie Or pjiiins Industrial school at Auburn dale near herewBrf killed Monday by bring ruit ever by n pgjffiBKvr traig Cc It Ie IauMttara1tlttI Aleal stmtyea age MaAY tef61yest Kane+ wrote I havEbees tell miaslteeoamssendiag ytar IOU1ertsr y mace 1item a period f tktht 1 bare sever found anything to comaPare i with It for curing Iiwpftilettericxetna Erytipdaa and the like tray of m7lrlendI + L- ud cuttontere art nor wythout it rslntert Lotion wee Introdtictd to the tbelidlailliont who have used U IhfftfullY recoin- mend U H your druinrlit does nut JeaII send to taon 1altoer 374 Iwrl Street York for fret tatnplet of lotion o1fAll08 Soap An Atchiwo young efmn isi 11td1IrrJ sotby I s of Atchison Globe To Cnre a CaM In One par Tako Laxativo DromoQ1tnine Tall IA1 tLdmggUU refund money It llfa11s W1orC o f + eo You cant jiids a hock k the lianitst Cuieago Uair New UJIUJ ICOLDS COU SORE THROAT J I MRS aEffLONOSTKEBT SMyi ss1SH1 M bring a- gartekFatima rk diet ecUve cntbrctrrk I ytHII q-Prttlaa ABSOLUTE i SECURITY rr Genuine CtI Little Liver Pills Mut rar Signature st f u See Paatlladi Wrs+ oer kbvr seer east w 1 1 Ie matte M el+tt CARTERS worth taakes CBBunt rIIUUtUI FM IIUMSNESS FOR LIVER FeA FIR SKIN FAA DIE CMPWIH rt1 T t 1 n CURE SICK HEADACHE mlt1AC d v a t She rest et w I Dou pas tl3aesudUWnr MlilpAr wltk otk r It ooFI he qnnllrd atI sermiEkMbaOih wr CROUP H II FMHUIACHL IMSTIPATIIN out tkttlteal c w8letdweer flJhit plllrr t nu sl er We are the Urceat ak re st rans 88 I ctt lase ahea IB he wr4 We aait I Jecadstlelaro taaadgd6Q keesthan BBr other two rnanursfkrro in tie V I KST 350 SHOE NE TtRMI SAUIW 1DeIcIuMfM IMBlMt tM W N r U M+rp uovotlTiliirIe ti 1IMIot MIN tNr11 5 IIoU drys ktnI nrHtale lEST 3N 11ISHOE f TNRn wfPweeeartwriciiostwssa- II NraHup4ftetlNlFr4NiwII AniitO Jr+ekr ew re ACieto wa Bek L 1i11- tt ri r I ct c J i tJII t II 1 i ItIr lruuut J d 7- z t fi lt zI A le jI 1 1 a t i I r r i b v I 4irTS L rtei 1 THE GOERS REVIVAL I I It is Far More Serfcac That Hai t Hitherto far bHevedI s iti t d dJI TrMH vaalen Well Armed an I PM lliuHilnntlr Supplied With Am 2HHlll The CaiM Mlcn IILv 4tt ly to tat fur Six MwHlhi I Lohdpn Now 3JIt South Afri1 MI situation IIn Improving and bar I t EngFaI I i c Wr2ullJl lCUtH tiro belts mule In Cal 1B I fowh to vend the first oatch of ref nefccminodittlou JHJ being provided ut- JllocmrpnieltiI i r for a garrison of 7000 I r Seirrlcas tJtu aelhlty ot the Boer YollthlllIH Ou October 20 n comman ddr of 300 en i lu red u garrison of 3 I nUrrwlINhlII t refonurt the w Trnfnk fro n thesouthI l110tyrctojlu MC attacked by the lloeruI It io nlnraat flnlijr On October 24 the 1aIonhh 1 On tilt other hand Ocu Xnox tins liJJlIotl a reverse on Gen OeWcla i forcos lulu 1rtrya capturing two gun t dun of tllcun n penpon lost by i iUMttJ in the Saunas Pout affair phiflip dt11 laic of British casualtie- iahti4ry During the month of Oct IY tIll British lost 107 kissed In no 2 tion Including J5 officers 71 who tilisll oj wounds 107 who tiled of dU r a fce lift who died of accidents antiI 1ft qaptiirctl or tnlsslttg n totnl nIn b r r equall to the monthly average for tin i xnriThe Dally Kxprcxs publishes cnsa Tonal M 1 emeu ts tthat the Hoer re tlwrt la more Tterloui than has pith 4 4cii beenI bollcvrd and that In conic f q tenee loOn l Uhtrt return IIs likely tH be still further postponed eonllhJtnablaIJ I 3 3party nf trops will return before Innrinry or February while tho reg Ij iintMitcil drafts train Knglnnd will con i f tlniie hiitl iooo hone will be vent Of Ollf ij l9tuWPer definitely declares thntl n thoJLiidvrx are wclUnrmcil and Abund t flntjy supplied with ammunition andI i lntt6ih campaign ii likely Id 1lax s another nix months In the 1 et ia imncd quarter however It IIs as r juried that there U no ground fo tlm pcSfttiuisBt of the Daily Express MILlTIA ORDERED OUT 4 7kryOi is Jrreran lass In 1r I Ifrt the Lire tit Gns Ycltew i CknrArd IaeltWith Allan tit Oo Nor X Another caw I IIXtit the Georgia wllltla waif or fcrcdf Intniliere Friday night by tier Majri jJl1n tticaatin iwNCewl IJIhfI thllltafefort of Otti 1VlIovva o NVfiro ehnrRwl nIban amtautt on Miss lora flood a prominent young lady of Hnnnony Orove A luob of 200 IU reported titer with the Intention of lynehinp tin Xigro 1Fellpws was taken from At lofts KHilay mornlttfr tinder milltnr rfcci rb to Jefferson for trial It wasI it expected tint one cnmpnny of troopI would IH kiinlcleut to protect his J and the will Vrldny night upon tho f ndjiitnnt ffcncrnl and the 000fill mort troops caused connlderablcI jlpprohejifloM on to tin situation De tilts arc not yet obtainable v PENSIONING EMPLOYED f rkt vw stem Will lie Into Igec t JnMHiiry 1 1ROI nn Ihr PCHH jrlvnHla IlMr- 1Ulnbursh IM Nor 3Ofll lul1 notices wlropollt Friday of the In Aiij rratton of n jienslon system for 4 till nniplovea of all the 1ennnylranta llhtu IIti new system will go Into fejTrot oil Jniuiary J 1901 Employ- agcy 70 yennior tnoro will bt given IItrdceIon half jwyr Another pnivUlon also tiflpulntex that if an tnnploy0ltas her erC3 letl In the sautes of tho road he van retire ut the age tif 03 yearn The Ijntciii lian been In vogue on tin idiniHylvnnla railroad for some time nnd JUIH met with the approval of the eluplor TO BE COMMISSIONED CuhThr Krlpcdim K BHrf dupes Will He n dart of the Inr pnlo Kent Klodlln Washington Nov Sfhc navy de parlmcnt Imo ordered AduaFnrqubar Commanding the North Atlantic HI uflll rOil to coMiwUsIou tho rlcb r HOII Ctiahlnj and Dupont This JIB part of tho totpedu boat flotlllS which will nccompliny the equadron on its wIn- ter cruise rite Atlanta probably will sail on Sunday for South Africa She tulteti tnrf place of tho Ma ohituK In Adiiti Sehleys South Allah tic itcjuadron Thn Manila arrived at Unvlte 1rlduy The 1hilHdelphla andli the Iqwa have arrived safely at Sa iedro t t + Jaokcy Ilitehniinn Hrlimtn od r Chlcago ov 9Jockey IJueljaunn of Cullfoniln KiiHIMndcl recently at Harkni tar rough riding WOM rein i tftstlriday by Judge Hamllfou Tin jockeyrvlll bo allowed to take innimtH only for his tniiployer liar J hey SchVlcIier ICxMuyor HlroiiK Dead 4 NrAV York Nov 31 xMhor WI1 Jlnui Jj Strong of Jscw York city Itiell1l Friday morning at hU rest dcnce 12 West FiftyKcveiith street lie wits horn on o tarot In ltichlua d count= Ohio t Ir + i r n PROTECT THE INDIANS IWhlt MM Imtru4 and Secure Their Pre p ctive AUeteatlI The Tnlnt Inpulatlan et the Ylrs Clvlllcerf Trlbra IN KillHintr4 at 8171044ereral HccoraHirn dmlena Made Wartilngton Kor 5United StaleI chargedof the agency jurisdic tion comprises the five civilized tribes protects intilx niiHual report agfilnHt unlawful occupation of thq Jndlan lands and urges rigid congressional legislation to protect the Indian rill zen against the encroachments of ng gressive and gru8 Iug whites Of 2000- a complaints filed ogalnlt noncltlzena by Indians in the past fiscal year a 0large majority were ogulnct vlilto j men who in the past had intruded themselves upon the Indians and had gained their confldncco to n mifllcicnt degree to pecum possession of their prospective allotments and after liar lag secured possession refused ether to pay rent or to vacate thus roI receivingoany poorasuit the possession J mud therefore ore left hclplcys The total population of tho five civilized tribes Iis caUinattul ut 84720 compris retdmcnI 10tokees and Freedmen and 3000 Semi poles and their lands comprise a total of 10770360 torso The agent says thnt there is now every rejyton to believe that the In dlan depredations nnd disturbances In the five tribes region arc at an end A few fullblooded Creels taM treull Ioualy opposing the llotmcnta of lands nnd have banded together and refuse to appear to select their nlloU mcntt k 4 Creekshoweverr selections The report recommends iUmls congress appropriate out of th Amourstpay ns non that u law be piissed compelling ayrw residing and doing business in tho limps of Jkelr nation and that n workhouse or reformatory be established THE CARNOT MONUMENT I h i Nit IHtaerdrra Harrel the C rrm ntiy 0r It UnrrlUHir at iyes r- I+ rere- Lyonaltaucc Nor 5so 7tialcr HMirrwl the CtCCTnof Y of uhrclUng tine l1uuLt te1H t1lits + SfS flare 1kky or the limoJidoH tea Moo President Loubet bytltu Chant ber of Commerce which followed the unrHllng although limo Socialist ROM mitten Wad posted bills ceiling upon tbclr followers to make the demon titration in protest against the Cham her of Commerce which in regarded reactionaryy rI whelming acclamation nlthoiigh occa I sionally Along tho route oriel of Vive heardrmingled with denunciations of tho wereFdispersed by the police but nothing In the nature of any organized demon strationI developed DROPPED TWELVE FEET Died t+ rem Injnrlr Reeelved kllIV HalHR land nt the Tarter Mll nary latlI1Olmeleston H C Nov 3 Thomas Finlay Ilrown n 12yearold boy Is beling ntIfolq lowing their tformcr custom dropped him Into a cemented swimming basin ntuthe time and tho hid received Interim injuries from the tall Before he died he did not give the tames of the cadets who had III treated him hnj It Iuld 110 action will due1 taken Chlllnii Cabinet Creel Valparaiso Xov ITho cabinet crisis was terminated Sunday by the formation of a coalition ministry made up in part ns follows Premier and minister of tko interior Murisa no Snuchex Iontocinu b or I foreign affairs Alberto Gonzales Kr rnzurl minister of finance Mnnticl Covurnibiaa minister of war Ar turrc llosa Not Ilelatcd to CnrlUt Morement Madrid Nor 5There is no founds tion whatever for the suggestion monde by certain Spanish papers that the departure from Barcelona of Mr Julius G Lay United States consul general there for Majoria was ia Some way related to tho Csrllst move ment Mr Lay wires trots Port Ma I cona nected with affairs of the consulate Wan the 18Mile Hn Ch New York Nov 5Tobnny firing got the letter of W F Wnhrenbur gel In the 15 mAe pac4d monist which Bunday figured as the feature nt Vnlls burg N JIt King led from the outsnt gradually increased his advantage anti won by over threequarters of n rate Wheat ca p- St I Petersburg Nov 8ORlcigl reports show Uio grain 4ias been corn- plotelyI burned Up by tho dreugQiJ in portions of Siberia The fields have not been harvested und arc Used for pasturage t f TAU WSAILIP r AM ecldrnt That Will Regstra Fire Manth o Repair and Cet KriH- aiicofMM e sM 4e99 New York Nor fTbethb- t Paul of the American IIfaei Capt Roberts In Command arrived In port Buaday 24 hours late with her atet ri board propeller gone and her enttIr room badly damaged Statements ot different offlclals vary sit to tie ean of the accident but the durauge M4H talned by the steawship vrllf probably amount to several hundred thouw+ t d dollars The St Paul left Southampton anti Cherbourg on October 27 with a full cargo 310 cabin passengers ad R41- In the steerage Samuel McUle the aet1nplmanage r of the American line said Sunday af 1 ter consultation with Chief KHgtotet- tHunter t At 30 oclock on NVcdnesday Vblle the skip pas Vunnlng at fanlf speed under the most favorable con dltlons although lIlt wns pitching 1 and rolling n good dent the St Pauls propeller probably struck a derelict Tho tuft shaft broke just inside tlie j ship Dud the extreme end of the pro puller droppeu into the sea And ser f one damage was done to tlIOtar i board engine l which was topped within ten seconds Sono of the crew was injured nnd there was no cxcltt mcnt among the passengers many of whom remained undisturbed at din ner unaware that an accident had occurred One of the engineers of the St Paul trade Uiis following statement Sunday wight J It will take flue months to repair the damage which is to the extent of frost 250000 to 300000 TJW starboard engine is n wreck The ship did not strike a derelict but an ttaI Uf ually big sea struck her throwing the stern out of water and the pro JI pellcrs having BO resistance madeII frightfully rapid revolutions whlck caused the starboard engine to race nnd tho starboard tail shaft broke Iist two and with the wheel fell Into the water The amount of damage Maei U not surprising when you take late consideration the sudden libcrati powert OH Tuesday for the Cramps fthlpynnl Philadel nhla where the necessary repairs will be made Meantime the JrlenUnd which spill on We lnesday for Ant wt rp will take the St Paula pas sengem mall und freight to South ugptoa ACTIVE SCOUTING Feverl Hands of flllylnwm Wer Wsretrd +flrcet Lrzrttemtat Over Presidential Kleetlaii r nnllguNovtlast eqkwas irolctl to ar hMVihii 11aM Phug7we baprlnoB tion arcaox cxncricmcins a reac j Lleuts Wilson and Dority of the 45th volunteer Infantry destroyed large stores of rice four granerics and a barracks near Itato Opt AtkiiiKon with 34 men of the 37th volunteer infantry attacked 100 Insurgents under Col v Valencia re covering two American prisoners d capturing a considerable quantity otl ammunition and supplies VRUealSt4near Iagupan while the insurgents I attacked the rear killing two Amer icans nut wounding three Sunday Senor luicncnmlno rcprer seating tlio principal insurgents In Manila requested Judge Taft to lor- an to Washington n signed cxpres slow of their loyalty Thcro is considerable excitement t over the presidential election with a good deal of betting an ie result CABINETCHANGES Mr Sroruro AVjHilham Will 1rolia hlr He Aiipolntrd Chief Sccr f rX Per irplnnd London Nov 5The TIniCi an nounced Monday morning that Mr George Wyndhnin who was parlla inentaiy under secretary of vmt in the late cabinet will probably be np IrelandEbnys of the hoard of agriculture will be come president of tho local government board and that Mr Robert Wil liam Mnnbury who was financial sec rotary to the treasury will be given the postmaster generalship with n sent in tie cabinet x According to the same authority the Marquis of Londonderry will be appointed president of the bonn of agriculture and Mft Chsmhe lain will bo removed from thin post of civil lords admiralty to that of official ace retary to the treasury Player1aralracd Berkeley Cal Nov 3Lce Calhouu Duff substitute center on tile fresh Gallfordse shoulders down SH a result of an in Jury received in football praettcu lust reek lust Remove ThplrIIntii- Ft Worth Tex sovThl city coplpeUIug1 public entertainments vnere n fro f charged The ordinance provides u flue of5I or expulsion from the en tertaintiiclit i VcrmoutA IupiilntlnH VOII1etlon nqunced uy the census burrow Ii 343811agalnat 33248i ia 18811 ltiIB an lucrecu of 11819 ot 33 per teat 0OIJYa 1nORIENT MAnERjj cares Occur Daily Betweca Different Ministers hih Accord Meat HP Olitalned f1 Hei re ent tlvf Will- eyed With the Actual r Teary argotltton preslyVr l ne Ciertriun foreign office ma4e Mondayferencca j rjt f gaining i basis upon which son lcyan proceed jointly and harmo r For this purpose lively tele c communications are Just uow 51 difframeyet the complete Record has I of requiredIstlItige ot aopeJhnt he can 1fe success 13 lg IIepatlrA 1xillt1 any particular flowerU i after such a thorough accord llgOkcrn obtained will the repreeentattiljSbf the powers be ready to enter Iisto nettinl peace negotiations withbt1i MjInese plenipotentiaries Nether the note of the powers t eai bn joint ono or whether 4cjktrrr will hand in n noto Men lNt L A iN4i j The foreign en J11i1 t nday morning and tlrht y ito the pointy ot skiff Jae It was decided to lcAn tlIBO Is for future dls n aaui + mt ett Now GDr Morrison wlr 18151t the Times from lCKnS RunIj far sa s t 4 Adm Alexlclr has addressed a coiwiiinlcatlon to Li Hung Chang askagj Chinas Intentionsi rcgnnllnr Masklirin nnd rivitlng her toresunn the govflbnncnt of that territory under Russian protection OR4svnnugc to China and Russia JxnJoii Nov 5Dr Morrison wlr itipffi the Times from Peking No w ta 1 soya rlhe evidence in the Puo Ting Fu iljjp fix tho responsibility for tho Lit rc fllJOweel that nn American ta refora execution was led naked tb ugh the city and that her breasts Were cut oft The destruction of two punishmenpurl dvlces from TIcu Tsln says tile Khal correspondent of the Times ayshow that disorgan aafl absence of aecurityani eitrc rtutVcs 6tai Lal 4u- d4 eitJurg Nor 5he Boo ttijk ia newspaper of wide dreula tti1 again emphasizes the importance ofKuullg separate Interests in China and demands that she should defiNite llf aWandon the concert of powers and negotiate a separate peace ShnnghalIeoiTenpondcnt of the Times says that nil Iwpcrlnl edict appoints Liu Ku Clng viceroy dnionaV peace commissioners on b Vhf Chinahalf ji f RUINSfAaelher 8edy Taken Out Sunday IWiirrfH Street s Jiovr Knllrrlr V t4 Clear of Rubbish tYork Ntiv 3 Another body w sOiEiKen from the ruins of theta r raLfiibuilding Sunday The body prjiVcif to he that of n manrrho Tiht leg nnd left arm were missing the teatures unrecognlnble and thero xermmarks on the clothing whir wdiricl1 Identify the wearer ituiiding department employes paled 11 down n portion of the wed ahopedli building at 273 Washington stct Sunday evening They attempted to bring down the eutlro building but pulled oft only the urper door the third The same gangs are working ns have been employed heretofore and Warren street is enI tirelyl clear though no thorough I fare iIs allowed yet HUNTING FOR PEARLS I A TremrJidonH llnnh to the Clam Bed IM the Upper MUnl ilpil HhrrVuiuuhle I ltid Prairie du Chlcn Wla Nov 5 Discovery of pearls in the upper Mls slRsippl river has caused n tremendous rusito the clam beds Huge hOlts are crowding the river and more than 1000 persons are encamped along tit river bank Ire ending of n rev thousand dollars worth of pearls by theihIggers has started Q raid on the rivor One of the pearls recently fouie1iie Allen pearl weighed 100 grillRIUl is said to bo the largest pcrteet penrl yet taken frpm the river It was purchased by William Moore of Conianche la who paid 3000 for itlnineller Gc on the Rocfc- Detrert Nov SThe m lern pro Adler Kaliyuga bound down with ironjiore went on the rocks of tho Illsn crossJHJr here Monday She Is said to bo leaking badly Tine wrecker Saglnaw has gone to her assistance f VartyKlvc Coarert London Nov iUr Dowle coy ludcdj his first Installment of his lOnVUjR campaign and baptized In s t scret 15comertIK lie Lett for II tOllr- of t rproInCl Friday std early Cu- J PurLaIVVVI 1 u i iI r r i iI ruI STATE ODDS AND ENDS j r X n u IIIJitH JiI MM to MURDER AND RIOTING lilt Man read and Tex Men la JHl a t Lr IHRIauWHHted to Barn It Saloon cxSngton Ky+ Nor lSA the sEIcnirathafl a riotous night in Yell iiMAtowB a ndrUiwestcrn suburb aft s city George Ihoatfasi colored te id f and Daily Thomas Charles n Llgc Johnson Wilt John Beanchamp Collins Wilburt Kel all white Sam Mope Louis Ste venson Prank Frazier and Red Tom Davis nil colored are in Jail on charges of warder and rioting David The s for three yearn an cmplojc eR the thoroughbred farm o Col Milton Young came to Urn city about three weeks ago and opened a chtfapi drink house in Yell mautown lie wonted the negro of the place and an an Induce treated them liberally Busi bees was eo rushing by last midnight hat Thomas called Llgc Jo +naon and Charles Downing to help him J the bar IJTom DavIs started an argument with Sam Hope Thomas got Billiot gun and 09 ho laid it on the shelf 1 bpnoath the bar ho said I Now you egroes kelp quiet in here or Ill+ r Rome of your lights qut with this gun Davis quieted for a few minutes but later made a motion as if te draw n weapon ThomrtH was raising I glass of beer t o his lips but in stets of transferring the beverage to his stomach lie tired glass and all into Doris face He readied los the shotgun but Chicles Dovnlag had beaten him to it falling the gun over the level ef the bar Downinjf discharged ono of the loads It en tered solidly late limo head of Gee ItroadUH who fell fiirVard OB the bar counter This shot provcij time for one of the worst riotrt that the cityI has knpwn for years No less than a seven pistols were whIppedout by the people in the barare n roost andwany idiots were fired N SPREE OF HIS LIFE 1ankgr ur Ylre natlnnGehd rises lBtt ri of XlcUrln Riven cilia When lie Srcmretl ChWmKP MorgaulleJd Ky Nay 3 Thursday I a Negro workman UnlontewH Ky after finishing n job 6t work at wal ho hail earned a silver dollar pre rented this to the caslircr D the Pike ko q n llankiu o askiitgafer fi a1lII package of fivedollar gold pieces far a roll of nickels handed over t ie roll of gold Tnc Negro got together several congejilal companions nud en Jcycd the xprre of his life Up has since been arrested though the bank officials aro puzzled to determine what kind of a charge to bring against him htTOOK STRYCHNINE drrard teheth of Cr thlnna Wee Out of nmilo nient and hail Hero Drinking nard Cynthiana Kyn Nor 3 Edward Nichols aged 28 of this city commit ted suicide by taking strychnine He attempted to take the drug in the bar of the Columbia hotel but was icen by the bar tender who snatched It from him He then went Into attiother saloon etch succeeded in the sec ond attempt Ojg his way home he took a second dose and died about II oclock No cause for the net is known ex hrcpt that he has been out of em ployment and was drinking hard of 11lutr Grt nn Kxfciinlon of Time Frankfort Ky tier 2 Attorneys Brown and Sims counsel for Caleb Powers Thursday morning entered a mellow Iin the court of appeals for extension of the time gyrated to Ille their appeal from the decision of tho Scott circuit court and for an orderI directing the Scott circuit clerk to turn the record over to them without I ottho lees Thethe payment regular clerk through his attorney Victor I Bradley filed objection but he was overruled and the order entered The jI time was extended to Ale the record until November 8 next CUrman ItIKLouisville Ky Noi liGcn John II Castleman has tendered his yellg notion as adjutant general te Goo r Deckham Gen Cnstlcman took they utcp for the reason that his duties are now purely nominal but ke does not wish any responslblllty Shut Had I IIIILouisville Not 0 Charles Dickey colored was shot and instuatly killed by Herman Clny also colored here Sunday night The men quarreled in u crap game and ta shooting was justifiable Cluy aurcndered tall Player Hart Lexington Kyt Nov 3 Pellum Johnson of aisle college Drat teasu at practice Friday butted into Dwy crot tho second tents The doctor took six ititches in the abrasion over his eye and his head had to be bandaged t keep down the swelling HotU trms Broken Coyin lou Ky Nov 3Mrs Chris JIm Connelly aged 72 of 03 Kast RobIi stnoBteps vhHo leaving St Marys catae dimlTrlday night and broke boat Ittrcr urasjbcow the nlliows ilAKY INVITATIONS The Wedding ot OUT J C W Beck has and MU Jean Kaqait Takes PlHCc erewber 21 Owensboro Ky Nov KsrTh tart tatlons to the wedding ef Gov teak hams and MlsaI Jean Fwjwe et this 1 city will be formally issueh next ji week About 1300 will fee seat out if They are as follows Mr and Mrs TolIl1hr4et1lOfl Fu ow request the honor of jjreur grew eaec at the marriage of their dattgV ter Jean RCtpt io Mr Joke Crepp Wickliffc Becknam ja Weda wlay evening Noveml er 2J lOOat 830 clock First resbytcrian church Otvensboro Ky The ceremony will be performed by Rev Leslie Hudson of Owensboro and Ilev W E Patterson of Bardr A town Ky A reception will Ve held after the ceremony at the resldenc of Col 1uqui the brides father In South freilrlca street Gov Beck harp and his bride will leave at midnight for Chicago on the special carjof the former1 brotlaer in law W 11 Kinskern general passenger agent ot tlio QhicngdLV p Northwestern railroad W H Newman pesldcnt of the Lake Shorn road dyad Mrs NewBMin witk other guests will bo members of the r Kinskern party for Beekhaw will return almost immediately to KBH tucky and will go to New Orleans and southern points on a wedtUnff journey later on- SENTa TO JAILt 4 j W T JaKtlt Son nfK a TTnicrati s Bankrupt MrrvhnHt Ordered 1 There Hythe Yedrral Court Louisville Ky Nor 2Wrfi Kmv gent can of E D Nugent fc hank t rupt merchant was ordered scat tit aA jail ThursfOy by Judge Evans Uk ke t United States court to remain until + ho pay over to tnB trustee at tie creditors of his father = 14 51345 It is charged that the elder Nugent gave this amount to his ron having raised it on a stork of dry goods and byV r 4 mortgaging his home shortly before t filing a bankruptcy petition Nugeat V1H appeal 3 Dlntlllerit Sued u Lexington Ky Nov 2James K + Pepper A Cot distillers were sued for ZA58tNf Thursday by X Kwll Da Lvksow It Co of NcwYerk The pe tltfon recites that en f 4elsarll 1M7 DavJct1JoR k Co ceRlractwith l tir k Cefmr 10M 3KVw lve saV J ia ni itritT 3+ dEretiMrel lltlll iNew York without a limit niidfu ther that Pepper d Co were to accept r Dadl1aoRk Cos paper for ry000 i Davidson Co allege that Pepp f A Co violated the contract and that they hors been at an expense of 15 COO for advertising and have sustained a further tOgS of 50000 by profits l tfcry would have made JndKc GArrett ts Re Married i e Hopklnsvllle Ky Nov IInTlta j tiers have been issued to the maItrlage of Judge James 15 Garnett and Miss Mary Gunn both of Cadiz Trlgg county which will take place at the brides hints Wednesday rooming No vewber 7 The bridetobe is a dlnlghr toef MwjMarthn Al5lc Gunn Judge OnrJlelt for 18 yenta commonwealths attorney for the Thlnl judicial dis trletA Is ono of the most prominent loaners in Western Kentucky Worked AH SHHdayIV Txiulsvllle Nov 3 An interesting point of law was decided by Judge Miller In the case of Walter C Graves V who sued to enforce a aeclmnlcV t lien for 8151 for repairs on an enginu in u veneer mill The work was done on Sunday Judge Miller held thnfVthe Hen doca not hold as the law does not recognize work on Sunday except under great necessity p rarleleFttagLexington Ky Nov 2 IkFd 1 tasward J unreal who has been at Ca AugustI + one LexI 1 cases reported at Caney are not small pox in his opinion but oavrely mildq attacks of varlolold Three Slayers Seatxred 4 Louisville Ky Nov 5Ward Tay lor colored who killed lime brotner Leonard was given 15 yttars in the penitentiary Charles Carter eqlored was given 18 years for killing his mistress Maggie Thohms and Geerge Cole who killed his tried in a row t was given ten years Bride PyreWrIu Deed I lrMt Sterling Ky Nov 3The witsivof Dr Bush died at her home at Jug t dy this county after a start Illness Mrs Brash was the ctavghter of iir Jack Clark one ot the wealthiest fY farmers I1st the county and had been tmarried the weeksii aroma ifnvr a Train r HopkSuHvllle byov9Tanti Wll Uamsk aged 14 was taking coal off a trt frclgltt train near tho depot ThiirV day when the train moved throw1 t lug him under the utItlA legfand arm wedtort otTohis head crushed and he received fatal Injuries An 1 Undo AvrnNt t Louisville Ky Nov a Messrs B v G Dole managing editor of a local aelpapcrI and Hence Morten a promt 0E of this were1 sent young man dry i nrrcstrd Thursday afternoon for t shaottttg quail ill tke closed iicasost VVV a m I1 T ql i1 i1ytot i d c t I j d bI- iJ THE NICKMANACOURIEHh a 1 j Jeerge Warren I 1 HIOKMAN KY v FRIDAY NOV U 1000 t I n t 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS fl J1 COUNTY SU1 T OP COMMOK SCHOOLS w Wo arc authorized to announce Mr EM N theNi Common Schools of Fulton county subject to the notion of tho Democrat io primary to bo hold April 0 1001I We aro authorized to announce Miss DORA MEACHAM SMITH as n candidate for tho office of Superintendent of Coeiraoa Schools of Fulton county flbj ct to the action of the Democrat I to primary April 61001 J FOR SHERIFF r Wo are authorized to announce Mr W jV NAYLOR as R candidate for Sheriff of Fulton CoUnty subjectto tho actions of the Democratic Primary on April I r Cth1901 We are authorized to announce GEOHOE I CARPENTER as a candidate for tho of t Ice of Sheriff of Fnlton County sub t ject to tho Democratic primary elec tioa to be hold April Oth 1001 Wo aro authorized to announce Mr F TOBB WKIQUT 69 a candidate for the i office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject+ to tho action of tho Democrat to plimJpril 6 1001 f FOR COUNTY CLERK I FI d toare authorized to announce s D i LUTE as a candidate for roelection to tho office of County Court Clerk subject to tho Democratic primary election to be held April Cth 1001 Wo are authorized to announce Mr Lox BL FOnD as a candidate for tho office of County Court Clerk subject tothlo action of the Democratic pfi 4wary to lo hold April 0 10- 01l4It F Tebe Wright o rMrF Tobo Wright Is announced in Y tho Courier 09 a candidate for Sheriff Ho was born and raised in tho county It a member of one of our oldest and most III respected families and is commended to us 03 every way worthy honorable and well qualified His candidacy is JI S subject to tho Democratic primary Mr Y Wright lives near Fulton and is a son iofMr John Wright I Lon Binfard p Mr Lon Binford is announced sacandidate for tho office of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic prima ry to be held Aprilx1001 Mr Binford t s is thoroughly qualified for the office ho woks is well known popular avid one of tko most worthy and deserving young j fS en titithecoasty Ho made the race 7 1cRrft aKo which waS valualilolBrUlS wayyofgetting acquainted with tho poo I plo and getting the people to know him Wo commend him to the people 1 hiss Dora SeidlrJ fnthis Issue is the announcement of t Miss Dora Meacham Smith as a candi 1 date for County Superintendent of Com 4lmooSchools Sho has been a teacher tforsome vears anti never a one in the county more loved by patrons and pu tiplls Sho has been one of the Examin ing Board for a number jof years and i is thoroughly qualified for the position ed h caudldacVls nn Inno l eaalJl though many Kentucky counties have elected lady School Superintendents Ono thing is i perfectry position if elected OLD UOLD WHlSKEK The genuine OLD GOLD WHISKEY by can be obtained in Union City Toun from W R Webster only Any other dealer there offering it or claiming to havo it is drncticing a fraudalTlTOTON MlLfcETT Co toDstillers Owcnsboro Ky r fr Hew te Adtertlse t Advertising pays just as dramming pays but one must know how to adver tube as ono must Know how to drum in order to obtain best results Speaking of How to Advertise Tho Program says Ono or two insertions of an advertisement selrtom pay It is I consecutive consistent persistent efforts L that win in advertising as in all other affairs of business The twelfth advertisement carries part of th weight of each of the preceding eleven and tho fiftieth is worth ten times the first Tim flat is simply iJn introduction and few gy people remember an introduction unless subscquobt meetings serve to impress it upon them Friendship ripens slow and through constant association tThisk true IB social life in business in PiadcrtWRg TITS population of tho United States jf for 1000 Is 76205220 nn mcreaso of 13 k 1 h235404 over the population for 1800 1which was 6306071 Tko per centago i of gain is nearly 21 per ceat the A py BOUND for the Wc t coast of Africa 3 oto teach natives the art of cotton rata j tj slug four young colored men sailed from Now York Ujstweok on tho Hamburg t J American Liao steamer Graf Walder 1ace They are rrMn thtfBooker T Wash- ingtono 1 school at Taskogee Ala and take with them ten bushes of cotton qeed a cotton gin and a tall outfit of r i O agricultural tools Tuck work will lie- S ender tko arasplcos of the Qcrmau Coy i1 I tf i I i 4e 1 a- i r 4 V i I J 1 r Irt fIIJ I NJ a 16- tF1 4 wQapJi- s ihe CfrUliFJU Sectoral Vote Larger tkin I 1891 Bryans Popular Vote Pro I ably Increased4 lit Congress is Again Republican T MCK1XLKY STATES California 0 Connecticut e Delnvnrcio IJ Illinois 24 Indian t l Iown io 13- 1laIno 0 Maryland 8 Massachusetts 15 Michigan M 14- NlnQcsot 0 Now Hampshire 4 Now Jersey 10 Now York 38 North T aota 3 Ohio 23 Oregon 4 Pennsylvania 32 Rhode Island Vermont Washington West Virginia 1 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming S TotaloBRYAS STATEs Alnbamau 11 Arkansas K Colorado a FloridaJ u 4 Georgia J3 8LoolaiauaMisBissippl i 9- XOta1 v 3 Mlabjr1 17 rNorth 11 Nevada I South Carolina 4 0 Tounexeco 12 Texas 15 Utahe 3 VtrKinlllu 12 Total 142 Idaho 3 Kansas 10 Kentucky 1- 8Nbulca 8 South Dakota T d Of tho doubtful States Mn McKjnleys electoral vote will probably bo increas to more than 207 and Sir Bryana vote will also be Increased but tho news now docs not justify any change I KENTUCKY Do It appears tolc iblo certain at this writing that tho Democrats have carried for Bryan uud Beckham by 5000 to 8000 Bryan leading Beckham several thousand However tho Ho publicans claim the State for Yerkes by 2600 to5000 Both sides claim frond wo vorygreutly fear the election may NEBRASKAMr Bryans homo State which glvo II him a handsome majority In 1800 hangs in tho balance with tho nowI LOCAL NEWS The Rev Jno K Mason D D of misouisvillesion in St Pauls Episcopal Church boo inning Monday Nov 10 Bishopbud toy will visit tho church on tho follow- Ing Monday the 20th J3T A largo assortment Winter Bug Robes at E E KKKVE S Gos They HOl1ithlnggood Innes and his band in company with Grind OJforn singers 6i rooplo will ho OporaBOUROThere Li little need to introduce Imi w and liisa hand to tho music lovers of America The Organization is universally conceded to bo distinctive in its class Further notice next week as to special tnnn Bo sure and remember date at Union City Nov 10th at 2 m matinee Tho Democratic rally at Hickman last Monday night though out of date now was a creditable and enthusiastic affair It was rather impromptu but an Immenso crowd turned out the proces slog was probably a half milo in length well arranged floats etc led by Fulton Brass Band the hall wfis packed an im mouse number being unable to get in side lions Rico Pierce and John E Wells mado speeches and were onthu applaudedhegrow and incrcasojindor defeatt j a a JJi VOTK OF FULTON nth COUNTti JPV y1Wcr 210 Keys 155 West Hickiunn Uryan 231 Mp la 11WheelerTotal vote for Hickman 7G3 i NoKiIEyb6WhtiktJ3J McKinleyfib21UJ Total Curro Keys Gaii49 WheeltttlGKoSLodgton Bryan 100 McKinley 10 Beokham 100 Verkoa 10 Wheeler Keys 30 Total voto for Lodgton l- SassatnwfdgeBryan70McKlr ey 27 Beckham 73 Yorker 2Ji Whw IT 70 Keys 27 Voto of Sassafras Rr97 Madrid Bend Bryan 40 Me t 27j Bnokham 40 Yerkea 22 W 40Kcys 22 Vote for Madrid DC 1 Total voto of tho county for 1410 McKinley CG8 Ikckhaip hyThusMcKinloy Beckham H majority cj 831 over icrkcy Wheeler majority ci 771 over Keys Tho vote of the county here giii Is from telephonw reports and tho ofloial count may chango It nI to exact fibres The vote for Prohibition candidate 4c ott4InIable at the time iDrrnntin 1800 way 811 and this year it is Stf a berf1ajorlly Beckhamfl majority over Yerkta this year is 831 a gain for llookhniu com pared to tho QoebclTaylor race of 136 votes bo again contested Tho Republicans groin a congressman tn the Louisville dis trict und probably defeated John Rhcft in tho Third The Republicans elect ORcar Appellate Judge which gives coUrseInn majority oN decidedly indicating that tho Republi onus have carried ItI j trlllbgbslot gun Wednesday accidentally dL charged it lacerating his lelt hand ter Naylorso skillfully as to leave tho unfortunate man a pretty good hand under nil the circumstances Machine KcpalrlHg i I Mr John Elliug can bo found UGKO anythingInTroy News Bannen A horriblci oc currence took place near Fulton Sun day A Mr Brown a wealthy citiaen was while sleeping on his bed about three weeks ago attacked by somebody with a hatchet Ho was struck on the head and badly but not seriously brUte ed Ills wife Jll1irncd she hieerd a noise of some ono in tho room The blood whuevarBrownday Ho was sleeping with his hand un der the pillow A pistol hall toro Ihu gazedhisBrown from remarks she made and from the fact tho dogs tho second time found no scent withMorgan ceitcdwhereiiiyaii anyway fthlY i t fV 4 SCHLEWKER 1j Js11 I 4 Ji 1 I iqB I M THE LARGEST AND FINEST SELECTION QK Jewelry Watches Diamonds i of overy variety useful ur ornamental Skilled Workmen and Itt pairing Gimranlecd nl1lfGSOHLENKBRHercndea V0 r+ 0 eT A A A A A IIi Stove Boards Stove Pip- esSTOVESI i k HEATI I G i tmgr a large supply of Heat t c Voolct 1 Also remember we are sole IIgentsj for the famous I I i f j rWILSON HEATER Ijr Will burn smylhmg that looks like wood i U smoke no ashes lew wood and more heat than uny IpiiNo mark and see then otherii t L P WS ELLISONIf r11- I 1I Coal ScuttlesrCoal Vases + 1 I A A A l Z r Wewtaiii qtlftr Reta RiuDwa PA Oct 50Au odd nice lion bet between women wax rondo today and a hall Will Immediately hired iu which to carry it out The bet will be paid on Mpndny evening Nov 12th All tho women aro members of ouo lodge Three woman favor McKinley In tho wager threo other women favor Bryan and ouo mat bets on Woolloy the Prohibition candidate for President One of the losers will have to grind n hand orgaa another will have to haul a woman about tho ball in an express tfhu iftnrtn third will bo obliged to alt ia a cenwrbHBdfohled tiijtii ihriMt person loaves the hall Tho Prohibitionist it ho loses wilt take the visitors homo in n donble seat od carriage and furnish the handorgan orproM wnKun anti other things neccs Mry to carry out the bctM Phlladulphla North American TO HAVE GOOD TEETH It is essential that you take good caro of them A littlu euro noW and you 11 never regret it years to comet Oar careful examinations and work mark our profcwlonal cervices M din tinctlr superior and satisfactory Noth lag too difficult for our skill Jltargcfl that are mot with pleasure DM 1Ic1ALL L Jls mnsIi Notice to the Formers J It is our purpose to buy corn again j thta season in Hickmaii paying at nil tinges the highest cash market prune Wo hayo nrrnngc l with Mr W M Shaw to buy for na and ho will use our now latvAtimprovcxl Fairbanks scales mid will have Ills office at tho scales Wo will bo remembered M having kept tip prices on corn Nt Hickman tho past two seasons Thanking vim for past patronage and soliciting a continuances of miuio wo aro Very truly MOHOAK JlAltDY OltAIN CO Union CiryfToim MAMMOTH Bronze Turkeysslit I am offering this season full blooded- Mammoth Turkeys from PRIZE WINNING STRAINS as Ilow as they can bo offered by reliable breeders anywhere and very respectfully solicit f1 share of your patronage The head of my flock was sired bye 10 pound bird and ho irt not very far behind this Uguro Tim prico is Males 83JJ5 fo ninieH elm ouch JOHN A McOLUIlE- Ferdinand Maddox farm 1 mile East of Mt Hornion Church 10 address Hlckinun Itf ll24t J 1 t pr 0 r f SEW AWORTIOSMUST I InrPllOrtlon11n8nt ter tho elections of 1003 will baou the new II1hti- sPrecedent rcqulrm nn inoroaw in tho number of rupnuentativiM in conlIw with tho Increase of population though the two do not ncccmarily obwrvc tho same rate laKSO the ratio was flied by tho Vomtitution nt one to 80000 inhabitants lu 1820UWM fbrcd ut ono Jo 10000 rintnj at dccoimlnl intorvnU nt tutu alone Hi 151013 in 1880+ and ona in 103001 in 1KQO It U nlrcadr a qncetlon whoth vrt1eJlotutuef lteprjjn thesis not M largo an U tomfwrtWrwltlf nnlij inh V oftlolonoy lint thnrtprmontativn character zany U to some extent lot if tho largofinrisecongnitrprsent some Intervaling tea turuc The no v Ytua t havo gaited Mtrndtly The idi lr C ID tnunitlM falter mid fall Lark Mtino which tM fau in J820 with 7 catiKmnHiftii now has 4 t ilftWncJinscttji which IM XUII in 1787 IIII jrau in 17H7 witliB lu IbSOnhn 0wi40 t in 1SVO 1 All tonrl Iwann in iF I and now hats 13 Illlmn had I 1 lkliarilnowItse12 in NeHtattIViMo i tlw AllrffliuniM nn fallen front n 1 tltruro onco attained IJnlJnwUI the rulu St 1onlH lot Dispatoh Injarctl the Car That n policeman in trying to nxri I caw a child trout under u trollop oar nt Newark Now Jcrwy makes tho city II I ubl lor Auiago totho tar L the charge i made by tho Ruthcrfonl Vnlluy Trolley line I According to U Hoboken hilt Injured tho company proporly to the extent of FGi Little Annie iftidetniitijawas run ovof by n trolley car James Washburn tlio Inotorntnn wits hold on a charge of manslaughter Sept Peony gaid tint Policuman Yonngsniation in liolplni to overturn the our caused unntfcutonry in Jury to its IF was shown lint till ctfortj to re lease tho chile by ordinary methods went futile Tin fonduotor Rlgtmlod tto sack That would have out t ho child in two Tho police saved the conductor front hanging then joined the crowd In overturning tho car I mAVPnsal OhambcrlaiuH Oollo Cholera atul Itnrrhoea Remedy tllldI hut it to be u grout medlaind says Mr B B PliJjtw ot Potoun Ark It cur ed mo of bloody flux I cannot spook too highly of it Ihs rome ly always wins thogond opinion if not praise ofs tluMft who use it Tho quick euros it of feels oven in tho most sovcre clues make it n fuvorlto everywhere For solo by Cowglll A Cowgill Hickman njul A M Btmw Stat Line e II 1loner A NttifCI FULTON CIRCUIT COURT J M Witting Plaintiff I VH IIEquity Tom Dillon fir adinr Deft Notice in hereby given to tho creditors of Mary Knoerr dcod that tho ntidcr signedl Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order iu Uiu nbovo styled cause will attendat MilI office on the corper of JuckHon and KQII incky iitroetB from tho date hereof until tho 1st day of the uoxj January term of this court 1001 tto receive and hearl- l1OOfOf chains against said OccedoHtit nod thn flU claims not presented to hint mid proven us required by law within the tfmo specified above will bo forever barred W P TAYLOR i Mast Oowir Fulton Circuit Conrtj By TOSTDIMOH SR Del 1ty 2 I ri 1 7 f IIizot We leave added trt our Marge stock 11 3Ep AZJXf IPSWi i tL I r r U cmnilllolglhintl 1t 4I i yrtFH Mixed t P i1fi 4- BALL GLOBS I mid guaranteed to IH of llejf f 1 BEST QtTALIJTev fVIHIJll UUItVG11111 u II UI1IMJti CDAL aOAI 1 o- fa Pittsburg and Eureka Onion iicconipanicd with Cash will hue protest attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAW ftDH DELIVERY ALL OltADHB OK hTAM AL8jj Alex A Fat t Son CITY BARBER SHOP To my oM onstomflII t We aro hero to tltay Nobody will appreciate your 7trigbwrbeni It U CALOWCIX WtU rltowru Wet r ch x Ii rkcr NIIJt v InthcLjifivr ft1fdj 6 Hgtd whiiro oM readytokcn razor Well try to pits you J H HIOKM If R IVY h r DR S K DAVIDSON llJDcntdQIQKMAN KKNTUOKY Once aver Uetrgll I Uutrjlllral lrNC hors 1 0 LIVERY STABLE OPJUSITK It n DEPOT I J H POLLOCK Prpr First claw turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams dec Customers served with county and twlltonwH PR tronage solicited elophono 19 r CARUTUERS r f WRY iCOrrECnQ IDRY FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIESETC 4- II a 5 9 i OIINTON HKKKT I HIOKXAN KKNTUOKV Telephone No 00 i O E EAKEE 4 4j General G ocer tw 1 Powell Block Clinton 8t HntlBje pwraliaiifd the QroceryflMk ef J JO DenJuriHl noalil U plMcrd lo luje 1 r 4- II1 x ao J J J ItHlIrntMl Time Tattle lIy 0 8t L K It UUYKXi- Triln NoA1Us t m- TtlaNtaet2Arptu AKKtYMHi arITTloI Local and Personall pplrEy4 tested freo at Bucks Tke City Council will s i t next Monday night i MrhordNe1on of Fulton visited 7Arel Hertwcck Monday JVlHi Holcoiiibo came homo from i Loulftville Sunday to vote r1ft OLMOFALI DMXUKEH tko iwlnlca f duI1NttH 1t rand Mm John R Ford of Ful R Rtoo were In DM city thta week sSee oitr Ittt ol announcement for t county 0Mce It la growing fast t liiGet Mr AndrowH tq repair your watch at Stacks i Pralhor Ourlln ciuno homo Tuesday Bryanxf of the World at City Hall Tuesday Nov IB 10 7 W loll r w- muTeoth extracted IjowUIvcly with OUt pain MoPAU k DlBMUKM tj Kiwkvlllfl women will soon start n t toksoldier Wojfl Tko game kw expire November 1C and hinds may he killoH until Januarys 1 At say other time it U unlawful to have heM In poasswaioe- iiIt tW Heavy medium and light weigh Overcoata Cheap Jttcx k XAYLOU Tko RUt regular meeting of tho Hloktmtn Building t Loan Amoclatioi wlH meet at the court house next ThuraI tiey night lthjMt rk4 It M wld that over two thousand people have moved tram upper st Ten duringr4eetkwithout plates McFALiJ- fctiI ThKMUKMi tiTIeMempliU Annual Conference ol Uu M K Church South will convent at Martin TeRn next Wednesday 14th IrwU sad continue in fKIIlon bOut air days-w A Fulton Mo armor U advertising ijhfora man seven feat high to gather corn i He Mytt It will take a maa of that hotehi y to harvest the corn without Injuring the v stalks M fodder UTAH work guaranteed for life by Mciurk Dt8KUKKa the painless den 1 tintsThe i weather hiw been balmy and tri gvlke thk week with clear days l muttcfrl with bird and rich with the In a OMMW of Aowern while the nights have if bteR torerMke fwHmooo d and IttAr I jeweled I A Now York wotnan having elalaiafl that she eau cum Ute aick by meam of iuu io the Fyerta Tmn crijit retorU i4Jff bave hta 4 meow right hero In thk t f town that would Rtakt u dying paUeal get up ail rllofUr 7 OuWoaro golnff to sell tkcao lug glUl oft kdat aome price If you want a or bargain now In your chance Call at once aad we will rpvo what wo wy wo do wo do do- E E XeKVEfl A Co 3 A Mimeo of FaHou a dealer Iis GeNt Far iakk4g Good hM m 4o ai aaalgumeut aaati4iq J WOhberIt as eta atrabcaeL JIM UabUlde are given IM 15690 and aatcta not kaown HtU au Inventory M taken JMTTlM OLD UOL11 s a WhWce of merit thats why they try to imitati ri It You car get tko Reaalno by sending t yoar order to W It Webtcr Union City TOBH TMirrox MILLET k Cot Vl- r e e1Wllleea UwcR A1 Mr George Carpenter k aaaounc f lla thin fewae M a candidate for tho of lice of Sheriff Ho baa been Dcpat i Shenff tee pat term ban made a Rood oflkor dwell bows popular with the nooele and will laky foruiidablo raco 4 Hto caadidary k subject to the Dnmo cratks primary to bo held AprilS 1901- MVi it Wo lira hero to my Call and ox Itf arai e our work MoFxtL tDIAMUXIM r tho paiHkfiA dentists hlicrover Wil sons look Store The nt Rev Bishop McOloskey of I the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ken tucky will visit Hlckman Frlany Nov 10th and conduct services at tho Oatho lie Church Tho Bishop in quito old Md an Iit k understood that ho U noon to bo given an Assistant It la probable that this will bo the last visit to Hick wan that tile vAierabto Bishop will over makeMrj f James C Wearn who has been yeal8fG locateGi wheel to oar printing wagon lost but we wish kina abandant prosperity In i hk HOW Mold He Ite a competent printer au honorable and conscientious clt beN tend faltkfal to oVcry trust RICK NAYLOB have added aspe- cataro of tine Overcoats to tbolr furnish- Ing goods department Will sell you one cheap No AA stock all now and upto j datej blattioiii r an Kato Millet Georgic Ellison Dr Far Is and daughter Iron arid Mr Robs Tyler aad robably otkerd of Hlckman r attended the marriage of Mr Porter t r 1 Shumate and Mtes Pauline Pratker at 4 it Newburn ywtarday The bride was 4I int j formerly of Hlckman a great favorite sad everything of joy end happiness k wfch4 for hnr- MQPoaItlvely0 ihp all work done without 4 twin MoFALL A DISMUKKS the pain i Jana dcntkts r kaao will be found the au- f yyaoaficeareat of S D LatCMM a candt date for 1feleoHoo to tile otke ot Ooan I ty Cmirt Clerk sHbjoct to the Demo 1901IHe ban bald the office foar yeara aeceftt ably and kw popmlarity with teereu pie la attested by Ids former electkw In fact at this writing it h nut known he will have any opposition bat WRY be recorded au ends wewent- t r I t I n SPECIALSFOR 1 lot Fancy Calicoes dc BrownDomastlc BleachedDoltestkI We start the Pall Business in earnest Efcch is now full to with thtf choIcest 4 Fall and Winter andi a ars- eiT Ever irva1eiitJ New Dress Goods It wilt pay you well to give cMrefulat tantlon to the followingl 54 inch highly finished Ycilitian and 00ntG4 Inch heavy Plaid Backs Mellona Tan nlhty75day 50cuowoolTricotFlnnne1llorS5cSblrt 27 Inch French Flannel Pastel shades Polka Dot ano stripes tho newest fiegoods for Shirt Waist at Ullxcdf1I50cwool Silk and Flannel Waist 25HuttotButtonantNew Polka75oDotsLino of Wool and Cash Coro Waist hand Homely braided open In backS5011X0 to Domet Gowns Nice liNe Fancy and Solid Colors t750to 1100 Kid Gloves 1 lot Ladles Kid Glovca Blacks and Colors at 76o Skirts Ladled Drew Skirts HICCMIOrtAlC t- Priclltloo to tlIJO Wo also have a lino of the RAINY DAY SKIR- TSMillinery Wo ahow a handsome line ot ready to wear stack Habi In all the new skafteM and colors at muck peter prlcetf tkaa others M- kSL1oFs f ScoI50ourCant bo beat at tho price IBALTRDbPs Merchandise BAE1c3AI are IVVI MY TELEPHONB It the Latest ef CHBMJS Waalng Ways Elmo W Reeves of Hlckman and Mks Alma Freeman of this city were married by Rov Ju Roberta afUnkm City Sunday afternoon Tko marriage was quite a BHrjwisol to thou many friends hero and has a tinge- of romance where cupid wins by elec tricity Miss Freeman loft hero Saturday with her friends on a party expedition Yesterday Sunday shnmet her lover Mr Roovcs and they planned for tko wedding which took Taco at Union City Mr Reeves is a popular young man of Hlckman being connected with the tel ophono company at that place in tho ca pacity of manager Miss Freeman Is one of Fultons most beautiful young ladies talented highly cultivated and k very popular Sho Is the daughter of Mni Mollio Freeman She has been employ ed at the West Kentucky Tolooboue Companys exchange at this place where die mot her husband and love sprang np between them ns they lingered long telling their words of love by the aid of electricityiMr and Mrs Reeves will reside at Illckmnt Fulton Leader jar We have just returned from mar ket buying n largo lino of Buggies and Harness We have now on hand wine of our bust grudcof Buggies that wo will give you n bargain In to make room for now stock E E REEVES Co To romovo A corn or bunion First sbak tho corn or bunion in warm water to sof tou it then pare It Iowa ns closely poslulo without drawing blood apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing vigorously for five min tMtIat each application A corn plan ter should bo worn for H few days to protect it from tho shoo As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameaeat and rhoanmtwm Pain Balm is HHWinal cd For sale by Uow and Caw till IHskman i nd A M Shaw State Line rThe MiMNppl River Cotnn meets la Cairo this week and Mr R TTy ler has been invited to appear before the Commission in behalf of the Iliokmau and Tiptonvlllo Lovce together with Congressmen Pierce and Wheeler Mr Tyler will go to meet this appointment The Courier regrets to learn that whilst tho Lake rata Is all right and Work coanttpro that tko Ken tucks pro rata short about woe aarGeMrnmentFeasibly the Kentucky shortage may be raised later on and the Government aid scoured That It will be HCHHSd sooner or later we have llttlo doubtml tho failure now may provcnt the jaycfe being completed next years v 1 r Ja ktsd pan Furs 1 lcolloohonl Ladles Nobby Jarkoto 19 inckea leug doable breast wl sold Pearl Batiaa e In good Black and Blae Kenwy- Liwo Ladies shortJacket doable hceast cd Pearl battons best qtmUty Ker soy in Tan Brown B4ack an4 Gtwy from N1f M 1900 Mkeca Jackets nice hue all eo ors to J2 years ranging in FrioeG 1 from fA Nice lino Child Rooters Red Blae ad Green to years from 1125 to 4W Big line OnUds Irwg Cloaks made of Outing Flannel and Bo4ck 4lw from 7Sc to ft69 Infanta White Cafikmcro LoBgCloate embrn-tdeciedfromq00 HW- Weafeow tho laweftt and elfeapa Meat Ladies Far Calarelee In flee city from tlM to WM- Akd a line ef Far Scare from Jl18 to Dressing Sacques lil- iEMcrdown Red Blue and u tr r Battenburg Patterns 63 to Sfc Also a comlet lino of BraWl But I tons nod Thread Just as Good As Cut Prices so AtS1600 1600lall n I lot of at on a of 9 ors five near p are uoen in the of at OH once and tta I Q E p 110 in aa R W raugeTForR D ol e 4 y SPECIALS WEEK i Canton Flannel quality Flannelette II 4AIIWool15 4 department verflowing 4 J t nn la 5 4 C I or 8 Clothing complete at the t l 100 to f 000 i 300 to fall to see of A H heavy Bicycle 0 to 0 25 for 16o 1 Ladles Cotton V for 16c Rugs are the newest and Pat- ternsf to see U1eIf150 to 800 r OTSehrIIIIII po lIAmerican fiww attlOOIn tho ilSTBPHENSi i OUR IJk LOW PRICES JNE FURNITURE Youll as soon as sec fcese SWIFT I At 85c Worth 125 our IU CKEBS Many any quality you waRtij Gf At 575r Worth 075 stylish DINING Al C tuns 9cAt 315 Worth 400 slio B- EAt and t Regular prico 7CO and 000 per sjeifSOLID WALNUT CHAIRS Our breaking 300 and jjOQjj i Jr Sewing GOOD Maoft1 ill Brass and Enameled Beds Aro beautiful desirable and youll like our prices too STEPHENS SMITH STUCK SALE On Tuesday Nov 20th 1000 will soil Stock CaUlo Milk ono Bogs Ac pabllo outcry credit months purchases giving bond and good security Sale wy place miles below Hlckman the Rauce pkce W McOLURE NOTICE All persons indebted tome by note account hereby notified that accoauM lays placed hands MrIraOrwnlorcollectioa Ho can be found the postofHco Please call him at settle need the money Respectfully BARTLKTT Farm for rcsali cleared and under fence Situated oil public road Creek neighborhood and known the Easloy farm Good 102041 ROPKR Moscow Ky tourAAi 1J 1J1w I FOR ONE Good 6c Good ncl cents BDJJB and Mena- OGOTHING jad OVERCOATS Wo shew lino right Prices Childs SnlU YueJnifa 1860 Dont our lino Over coats for Boys and Men Boys extra Hose jilzo regular price cents let fleecelined Vests extra valve We headquarters for Rags and skew prettiest Dont fall Prkea MIPIYeatr tM brseea rrThompsons Gloru Fitting and Lady American Lady NEW Straight FroHt Beat bOo Corset city SS ON J SlY you SELLERS neat OAK others V full OAK 350 500 record price l i Cows Brig their Mad A r Seven Different Makes l Our l Best Sale CoHteluluK h t Furniture nnd- Undertakers Niiw Pall QoouS 1 JUST ARRIVED I KfntTRolled Oats Pickles Quaker Oats Mustard c Grape Nuts Salads Buckwheat Flour Grits IlIomtnyI it 4 W 8 Ellison Ji Talepk4ue 90 Quick Delivery frNotIce AUjpiirUwi indebted to mo by note or aeofiSntiwlll please coino forward at once and8ettl0stip This IIIlUnli you Xjf A M StrAw BUU Line Sept 20th dl1 1j t r or r School Shoes lDress Shoes BUY THEM NOW 4 4 AND fUY- GUARANTEED SHOES i For a great many ears this fluff NM sold Childrens Shoes of j IllICit Quality at row Prices and every pair that goes oat carries put gmumatce misSeS any OM1res SnOBS roc School any Dress I a Some with heavy soles other sorts not so heavyand Mill others with light soles s Sizes 6 to 8 7Cc Sizes 11 to 2 flXSizes 8 to 11 OSc Sizes 2K to 8 = 200 r- X11411 THE STAR SHOE COJSJlfl Childrens and Misses Fine ShoesJ t t ARE THE BEST v L A il Hi5 Highest grades Ladies Shots t Our Moils 260 and 8300 Leather lined Shoes aro Special e Values l r r Wo want your trade Cull in and look it will do you e4lO r Remember all Rips Sewed and Soles Pegged FKEE DICE SC X YLOD CASH STOtE 4RR FOR THE BEST i fj INxI 0 CROCERIESl9 t t- I Go where t liall gb who PiwantFRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds tTPTODATB GROOHILTT WiiTiNGs OLD STANDFRESHMEATSGoockWivearM C4iake Street t Tpkn T4 l pis LEDFOBD RAHDLE j Groceries Fresh Meatst Hardware Queensware- Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement f Wf We carry everything usually found in y firstclass Grocery and na pains will be spared to please our customersy Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try ua Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered Sttt am soil and oKer seven year plain with marks When you and test not tory and will refund you liberal offer nud your orders W Under this heading will hereafter bo notices not exceed lines each front who are who have horses males cows pro ducts seed c for sale free of Ohiaa hogs =13 head sows and weeks old for sale M McCLuRe Cow Cow wick young calf to Conusr Ky For Snit old ont oor old past audolta mule MRS JP JitEKD F TO 7 V I am in this t of bueiHese at Union City and carry at all times and well assorted r stock off and Pure Whiskey4r as well as all other S goods in that line and respectfully a TRIAL WR WEBSTER tI enabled to herebY yoaFonr C1nllQuarts of old Ryo Whiskey rfor WOO Express prepaid I proposo to ship on Approval In boxes no to imhcato contents receive it It if it is aattafac return it at my expense 1 1300 This Is o most I await R WEBSTEK it I+ Bring Your Job York to This Office Farmers Free Column published to 6 farmers subscrib er charge 1olana tears 8 A IORSALEA good Jersoy Apwly N J Hickman 1 h nlO2JOlra pasti lIIuIQl 11 Voaiilnp Apply to THE PUBLIC riengaged lino1 j i TennO a large Goodit solicit ORDER Hollywood r A Pk OLIVER J F Blacksmith and Undertakerf Q ro IHOKMAN KENTUCKY ia r 1 G1VE1iE A TRIAL whea yeN want loni or repair In iReaialtyI jlP t Undartakert4 Goods CoMtnrn Rosewood and Kolld lilacti1 i Wiiltint Collins und CIISU wtileH caalsba t fiI1Ill In itlinH notice I llllt rS jioHs nits prices OIye ma R call ifI ltlul8knp aearthe JAil + C 4 It b 1 r M r 11- t 1- y 1 1 e j I t N iCl A j i iATIMELYDlCOURSE Dr Talmage Preaches a Scrman ea I w Religion and Politics i aen t Man FnttUfHl la Gad IB the Mtuit e Fallhfnf In 11t + Coantrr An Ejtnni lc from tee Lifer nIi-r 1 I Copyright 1900 by Louis 1 Klopsch t ThiS discourse of JJr mintage Is lip for all senFons but especial1 IIllrOllrlate times of great political I The text isDaniel vl1 1- 6lhenahe king commanded and the 1roitght hru into the 1 JiiLV71 ann VII a V deu of lions to Darius wafc king of linbylnn and 4thuyoung man Daniel was so much I I a favorite with him that he made Iti prime ministerI or secretary of state 1lutno man could pnin such a highi I pltion without cxeliing the euy un1 jealousy of the people There wore demagogues vln Babylon who were so appreciative of their owni iitylltlcs that they were nffrontcd a tlil elevation of this young man OldII- IlnW j ton was afraid of yolitig Babylon l lne taller the cedar the more apt 1 Itl1 i I Is to be riven of the tight nta l Thecc I I dl inngcglles asked the king to make I a decree that anybody that innde ni petition to anyone except the kin bcotsusjJSul1ngcrte The demagogues have accom r plished nil they want oecnusc they liaoiv that no one can keep DanielIII from sendtng petition before God for v SO days So far from being afraid Danlol goes on Mith his supplications three times a day and Is found on his house top making1 prayer lie is caught 11- r I r the lick He Is condemned to be de toured by the lions Hough execution haatcFrn of the wild beasts and I see them paw Ing the dirt and as they put their mouths to the ground the sold earth i theij r 4 quakes with their bcllriwings T se e Ii t fiery eyeballs snap in me darkness t These monsters approach Daniel j The have an appetite keen with him For With one stroke of their paw or one snatch ofthelr teeth they may leave him dead at the bottom of the cavern nut whnta strange welcome Daniel receives from these hungry monateral They fawn around hIm they lick his hand they bury his 1 feet In their long mrnes That night 11 111t on warm lions flat not so well does UnriUs the v 4citSiliil1eep Hehns an ntfcackVol ter rifle insomniac He loves Daniel andi hates this stratagem by which he I Wen condemned Alt night long bOAIII king walks the floor He cannot At tIle least sound he starts and the flesh creeps with horror He tis Im patient for the dawning of the morn ing At thC first streak of the day- lightI Darius hastens forth to see the fate oflJnnfe1f The heavy palace doors open and clang shut long before j f the people of the city waken I 9 Dnrius goei to the den of the lions l He looks In All is silent His heartj stops He feels that the very worst has happened but gathering All his strength he Khantft through the rifts of the rock 0 Daniel irithuy God whom thou scrvest continually able to deliver thee There comes toll ing up from the deep darkness a voice which Kiys 0 king live forever My t thetme Then Daniel Is brought out from the den The demagogues are hurled into It and lio sooner have they truck tIle bottom of the den than their flesh WillS rent ann their bones o cracked and their brood spurted S Through the rifts of the rock and as tbeilions make thp rocks tremble with N treirroar they announce to all ages Q that while God will defend his people ttheway of the ungodly shall perish r Learn first from this subject that i the greatest crime that you commit in the eyes of many in the crime of success What had Daniel done that lee should be flung to the lions He had become prime nilnintCr They could not forgive him for that and f r behold in that a touch of unsanctiflcd human nature as seen in nil ages of pinchedtthe gantlet between landlord and ta- xIgdherer so long ns you find It hard worK to educate your children there are people who will soy Ioor man I nm sorry for him He ought tosuc t ceed poor man Hut after awhile ttthe1 tide turns in his favor That was faprofitable 1 investment you made You thought just at the right time Fortune becomes good humored and smiles upon you Now you are in some department Eiiccccsful and your sues chills some one Those men who r used to sympathize with you stand along the street and they scowl at you from under the rim of their hats F You have more money or more influ1 ence1 than they have and you ought to bo scowled at from under the rim Il jof their hats You catch a word or j i two air you pass them by Stuck upI i says one Got It dishonestly says I another Will burst soon says a I third Every stone in your new house a Is laid on their hearts Your horses J hoofs went over their nerves Every J iii item of your HUCCCSS has been to them I tt an item of discomfiture anI despair J i 1 lust ns soon as in any respect you rise above your fellows If you are Ill- e more virtuous If you nre more wise r II if your are more influential you cast a shadow on the prospects of others 1 Tie road to honor and BUCCCSH is Tvithln reach of the enemy gnus t Jtajouly says jaj town or Ill l 1- t r knock yox down I do rot like you says the snowBj ke Jo tin snow bird Why dont you like me saidI the snowbird Oh said the snowflake you are going up and I nm coming down Young merchants young lawyers youiijf doctors your mechanics young artists young farm ors nt certain times there are those pympathlxc with you but now the t you nre becoming n master of your particular occupation or preterits JJiov is it now young NVTST vountr furmlerallO1 crime that you can commit Iis the crime of succciy Again my subject impresses me with the hluc of decision of chary actor in any department Daniel knew that if he continued his adher ence to the religion of the Lord he wofild be hurled to the lions but having set IIi itompass well he sailed dcmment of decision of character no em I ncntln Dauicl many men arc ruined for this world und ruined for the world to come A great many at 40 years tof age are not settled In any respect because they hoe not bern table to make up their minds Per Lana then will Hv west perhaps they will go cast perhaps they will oat perhaps they will go north perhaps they may go south perhaps they wilt not perhaps they may bloke that in vestment in real estate pr in rail Thegy are like a steamer that should go out of Now York harbor starting frGlasgow and thv next day should change for Haru de Grace and the next for Charleston anti the next for Boston and the next for Liverpool These men on the sea of life everlastingly tacking ship and making no headway Or they are like a man who starts to build n house In the Corinthian style and changes t to thenleaks the curse of all styles of archI- tecture Young man 9start right and keep on Have decision of character Character is like the goldfinch of Ton quip It Is magnificent while stand log firm but loses nIl its beauty In flight How much decision of char menemay be Christians Their old nsliOI chtcs make sarcastic flings at them They go on excursions pnd they do not invite them They prophesy that he will give out They wonder if he Is not getting wings As he passes they grimace and wink and chuckle I and say There goes a sant 0 young man have decision of character You can afford in thlg matter of religion to be laughed at What do you care for the scoffs of these men who are nfTronted because yon will not go to ruin with them When the grave cracks oprn under their feet and grim messengers push them into 4tn and eternity cornea down hard upon their BIIrftand cilnsciente- I stings and hopeless ruin lifts them up to hurl them down will they laugh then I learn also from my subject that men may take religion intp their world ly business This is a most appropriate thought at this season of the year when so many men sire starting out in new enterprises Daniel had enough theItions of finance questions of war of peace all International questions were for his settlement or adjustment lie must have Jhad a correspondence vast beyond all computation There was not a man in nil the earth who had more to do than Daniel the secretary of state and yet we find hIm three times a day bowing before God in prayer There are men in our day wh have not a hundredth part of Daniel engagements who say they are too busy to be rellglaiift They have an idea somehow that religion will spoil their worldly occupation that It will trip the accountants pen or dull the carpenters saw or confuse the lawyers brief or disarrange the merchants store shelf They think religion is Im pertinent They would like to have It Very weUsented beside them In cJl1ltcb on the Sabbath to find the place in the jmlmbook or to nudge them awake when they get sleepy under the didac tic discourse or they would like to leave it in the pets on Sabbath evening ns they go out closing the door saying Good night religion Ill beback next Sunday But to have religion go right along by them all through life to have religion looking over their shoulder when they are making a bargain to have religion take up a bag of dishonest gold and shake It and soy Where did you get that 1 They think that is an impertinent religion They hlJptJltmthe shadow of death comes over them they would like to have religion ns a sort of nightkey with which to open the door of Heaven but religion Under other circumstances they tnke to be Impertinence Sow my friend religion never robbed a man of n dollar Other things being equal a mason will build n let ter wall a cabinet maker will make a better chair a plumber will make a better pipe a lawyer will make n bet ter plea a merchant will sell a better bill of goods 1 say other things be ing equal Of course when religion gives a man a new hear it does not propose to gIve him n new head or to- intellectualize hlnv or to change a or4Inarstate phical theory that a total vacuum Is impossible but the tore letters you have to write the more burden you Lowe to carry the more stiles you have to travel the more burdens you have to llft the more engagements you have to meet the more disputes you have to settle themorcopportunttyyou have of bring u Christian If you have a thousand irons In the fire you have a J Sand more opportunities of thOUII God than If you only1lrad cue d5 tl M r the tire Whp so host as Christ bet yet who a millionth part as holy The busiest men limit best men Ill the per sons converted in Sorlpture busy Ht the time of their being converted Mat thew trending to his custom house ecdhrItwinegLydia telling purple Simon 1etcr hauling In Mie net from the ten Saul spurring his horse toward Damascus going down on his low business Busy busy Daniel with all the affairs of state weighing down upon his soul and yet Vwjj tliies n day worshiping th IfcwJ of Heaven Again 1 learn trtfa this subject that a man may take religion itttc kit politics Daniel had all the affairs of state on hand yet a servant of God He could not have kept his elevated position unless ho had been a thor ough politician and yet all the thrusts ot officials nnd nil the longer of disgrace did not make him yield one iota of his high toned rcllgiou lf principle lie stood before that age he stands before nil ages n specimen of a godly politician So tltcre have been In our day and in the days of our fathers men an eminent In the service of God as they have been em anent In the service of the state Such was Itenjaniln P fuller attorney general of Sew York in the time of ILLeano United States Such was George IJriggs of Massachusetts Such was Theodore Frelinghuysen of New Jer sey men faithful to the state at the same tlmn faithful to God It is lib surd to expert that men who have ben immersed in political wickedness for 30 or 40 years shall come to refor matlon and our hope is in the young mew who nre coming up that tlrty have patriotic principle and Christian principle side by side when they come to the ballot boy noel cast their first vote and that they swear allegiance to the government of Heaven III well as to the government of the United States We would have Hunker limit mean less to them than Cavalry and- Lexingtonrnean less than Bethlehem but because there are bad men around the ballot box is no reason why Christian men should retreat from the arena The last time you J ought to give up your child or forsake your child is when it is surrounde d jy a company of Choctaws and the last tine to surrender the ballot box Is when it Iis surrounded by impurity and dishonesty and all sorts of wick cdncss Daniel stood on a most unpopular platform He stood firmly though the demagogues of the day hissed at him and fried to overthrow him We must carry our religion into our pol flies But there are a great man men who are In favor of taking re llgion into national polities who d not see the Jmportance of taking Iiti intocUy politics as though a ma wee intelligent about the welfare his neighborhood and had no concet about his own home j w My subject also impresses me wlfj the fact that lions cumot hurt S good man 3Co man ever got Into worse company than Dune got whea he was thrown into the den What a rare morsel that fair young mat moohe could not have climbed into a nlcbe beyond the reach of their piw or the snatch of their tooth They cam pleased all nround him as hunten hounds at the wellknown whist come bounding to his feet You tietd not go to Numidla to get many Horn Yon all have them after youthe Ha of financial distress the lion of sick Youopitsting his mouth down to the earth aril1 he roared until all the banks and sit the insurance companies quake With his nostril he scattered He ashes on the domestic hearth Ycu have hind trial after trial mlsfortate after misfortune lion otter lion and yet they have never hurt you if voo put your trust In God and they nerr will hurt you They did riot hurt Daniel and they cannot hurt Ytllt The Persians used to think thnf spring rain falling into ncaxhrlls would turn into pearls and I have toItell you that the tears of sorrow turn Into precious gems when they drop into Gods bottle You need be afraid of nothing putting your trust in r dIEven death that monster lion whose den is the worlds sepulcher and who puts his paw don amid thousands of millions of the deadl cannot affright you When in olden time n man was to get the honors of knighthood he was compelled to go fully armed the night before among the tombs of the dead carrying a sort of spear and then when the day broke he would come forth and amid the sound ot cornet and great parade he would get the honors of knighthood And ko It nillhtbeforspear and hplmcj of salvation he will wait nnd watch through the dnrkneM until the morning dawns and then her will take the honors of Heaven amid the great throng with imowy robef streaming over lIells of sapphire A ihrase In a ltnme ridicnlossbinnlersplays James Kusaill Lowell concluded J with the remark In point of fiictf we must apply to this gentleman thee j name of the first Kng of Sparta No one remembered of course what this i rtheyfound I j IiI BlKKCit Sturgeon Ever CnacltIThe largest sturgeon on iqcord was caught in the North sea It weighed 525 pounds but the dclljht of the flsh tnnen was tempered by the fact taatIit dirt 5750 worth of damage to iiiII oI4pdi1race t i fI1c- i JfI J i i J LITTLEKHOWK BUSINESS 1 Irrestlnir PrttilerUiirn of the Trade in Areeatthaad Nxekn Itr a Deer the time when the dealer IB sec rijhund book makes his greatest Iijollt at the year leI at hand All clung the months of June July and glint he devote his eubstance to- tt acquirement of fresh stock and I September he begins to gather his I trot toyou who only know the second mil book stall as n place where old id variously damaged volumes are iffcrcd for sale It may seem that the fide tis ss good one time of the year Ji another but If you will get ac minted with the denier you teat lira that this business more than early any other has Us seasons of Itpresslon and inflation says the St Luis HcpubJJc September IIs when our good time gins saidn dealer on Ninth street rh1 Is when we realise on the text oaks that we buy in the cpring and isomer Look nt those crowded elves See all those medical works key will bring lot prlcca In Sep mber And well they may for buy if and paying for thorn kept me poor Q summer There Iis more money In rdical hooks than anything we hnIf except law books but a man must sore his business In order to select Ike right edition Doctors partiuu trig these young fellows still In col ge are very particular not to tnke Key but the latest editions whereas lome times an older editlojkisI really preferable Of course this tiny applies to such books as treat ot the exact ranches ot the science of healing nnatomy for instance Now you wont find n better author on belt r my than Gray and hes been dead a Wag time yet a joung man refused tie other day to buy a copy of Ida prerk from me because he said It irt publlshed too long ago to be of stJe to a modern physician Think ifr It He laid an idea that changes bat been discovered In the human form divine In the last few year- Books on chemistry must necks airily be of recent date in order to be of the best Value to tho student or new discoveries In that science ins being made constantly It is the ime with surgery and the general iractlce of medicine but in the phyn nloglcal branches of the art a book rahllshcd 20 years ago IIs as good an- ne fresh from the pen of the author uteIta I say some of those young ten dont seem to realize this and benrlnEIe900 As a result some publishers get ul new editions of books every few ears salting absolutely no change i the contents We secondhanrqeu- w this and we wont buy anything Blithefresh edition Ifre know t they are and If wq dont know that we had hatter get out of tin baslncss f Where do we buy books From all sorts of people fern is a work on surgical bacteriology I got that from a woman with whom a medical student boarded last winter He didnt pay his bill and she kept his books I gave her 8125 for It 1 will tell It for about tsvo thirds of its orig baa cost which was seven dollars Medical book come high you know and we must have a taut profit The high prices that the firsthand stores charge for such works IIs the reason that we sell so stsny of them It le- the l same way with school books They are a staple and must be had und the trust has shoved the prices lip so that It Isnt everybody who can afford to pay the full price We buy them in large numbers In the spring had sell tbem for fairly good prices In the fall 1Iowbookst They are n nice stock to handle nicgr than medical t rka for they dont get out ot date so cnnlly and the young lawyers seem to have more noney to latest than the young doc tor- Ictlon Is the worst line we have yet It IIs the only line that there Is a steady demand for tIn the year It It better In the fall when the fasten came to town with money than It sat other times but there Iis a prttty steady demand for it all the year Then why IU It unsatisfactory you say Simply because people dont teem to appreciate the difference be tween a good edition and a bad ose Don Cooking Spoil Food r Prof H Tyler of Indianapolis says that human life would average three or four times Ilonger than ft dpes if pco pie would reject the senseless practice of cooking their food Animals and fowl live much longer 1Its proportion to the period of full development than man Says Prof Tyler Man for some unknown reason eats dead cells cooked cells to replace the deny cells that hmo been separated from the lady In cooking food all the acids unit gases so necessary tor the conservation and preservation of ideal health escape with the team and the food retains a greater supply tot ask lime und other such sybstnnce than nature require for the amount of food taken into the system Chleage Chronicle American Breakfast Feeds Abroad The expecting ofcereal foods manu factured In America liftS grown to eiwrMou proportions during the past few yearn says an exporter It lIs only within the present generation that the manufacture of these breakfast foods from wheat and oats became of any Importance in tilts country Now it is ole et the largest pt American in dustrlesN Y Time Chfaeae Coal China U one of the wort Important coal countries In the world Evert- eue sit her iq provinces contains large depolts3 Eastern lflien See has an an thracltearea of 13600 miles IB extent +y Y Pail r lot For IUaai OhilirM tk hi F YNfiIf1 Till KM YM Hivt AiwiTS Nfiiil 1M u l MMMMT MUlt4t TKCITr tW Tr HOW WEAK CHILDREN ARE MADE STRONG VIGOROUS AND WELL i Mi1 and Mrs Thomas hallows ojt Pcckham St Globe Village Fan IUycr- MIIM Juno cause to thank Dr CJrccnoa Ncrvura for rvfttoring to health and probably preeurvts the life of their UUlo bon Minuet from infncy Everett dialI owe wu troubled with Indllffltlon and nervous troubles and nothing Mol r1 to help huml Finally Dr Greene JCcrrum wan recommended and tried with success A few bottles were nufllcicnt to effect acure and today the little one U enjoying the best of health IT the use of Dr tireenoa Ncnrur the delft chltd was transformed Into a happy hearty robust boy Or Grmt- Nervura forthe Blood and tT iirltit Thousands of other children can tkiwak 9r Orr H Kt4 bU WMMkrlttl remedy for the strengths and health they enjoy Children td whora It Is gives y hUG Jless sickness better health better growth and longer and more vigorous lives Parents Bhould realize that it lei their duty to give It to every child who is not in perfect health Thru arc no diseases more dreaded by p nmU than fits epilepsy and SU Vltua dance Yet no child would bo troubled by tbet if Dr Greenes Ncnrura were given when tho first symptoms appear Ghmrtm L M+By a highly omtmmmmii jtmiiam 1 lest whf rmmhtom at 14 MyHIm St ftw HtirrKrd- Mass c saysFiM i it About two gars ago my little dsucMer became trw down ff- w In baHb4kakni iwfferM from BC Vltutf dance Boon after sirs was prtMnn ly rheumatism severely affects her low Umbs 1 After trying various retuedk without olArnl K ftWfIIIio Urput taking Dr Gre aes Nenrttra nlood sot nerve rrnmly and eaperkaceit immc ll t l uelt tube t 11 rontinued Ita use MIl affr taking firs bottle her rlknaaurs was pmrtieslly cured tier appetite returned her pains diMppearrd aha was again able to walk without lanwnfat her a general health was rectorH and she was alolo to attend school sad to play llko other i children a Dr Greenes Ncrvwra hived sail inrvt rm4y It the prwcrtpttai seed f Hacevery et the wvMknewii Dr thecae et on Weal Hth Strtet New Ywk k City tdK1Hlk I aati l t perwMify er by Utter i I I r jr e WALTHAM WATCHES i j Ralph Waldo Emerson in an essay on Eloquence said in k l speaking of a man whom he 1 described as a Godsend to his toY 1IIHe is put together like a r Waltham Watch The Perfected America Watch M ilkslraM tek of Interesting Information about watches wilt be sent free upon request t American Jam Watch Company t WaUhamt Most r II FREE Our trio pap illustrated cata lOfcUeFREE x WINCHESTER SHOTGUNSsea FACTDItYlOAEIJ SNOTiUN SHELLS the tffentas eoasHnttisa is she s cd cr it the trap AUdwitrsselitMSi- WINCHESTERREPERTII l IRRHS Ct It0 WtNCHtHTSX A VS New NavwCoss tiJ4i NfJ WIvih mtr a- jFactoryloadadI Y 1 shotgun sfielis NEW RIVAL LEADEUaiMl KEPEATERP t A trial wilt prove t their superiority ip c T ConglxGarea Y Conqoera Croup Vboapin + tIloftrimiaM r BronolilMa s 1 CouybrI oenbDrConsumption Mothers I l i one asw au 4 rnTt+ M r 7 i Ii 111 oI I v or f 1 N L I I JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE It Will Thrive and Produce Abee dnHfl un SolU Tae 1oor fur fang Oilier Croiu The Jerusalem artichoke Hellnn thus tnbcrosus U n ycllow flowvere d perennial plant reaching a height of tight to ten feet nnd closely relenti bInj a wild sunflower One writer says tlmt the tterm Jerusalem nr np plied to thus plant Is tt corruption of the Itallnn name for the sunflower Kirnfcdic and the name artichoke is as applied to It because of tile similarity of flavor of the tubers to that of the true Artichoke known ni the globe or French artichoke Oynnrn Sdilynius which la a thistlelike plunt In no way resembling tho Jerusalem artichoke Of the globe artichoke the flower Iiuds are the edible portion while the Jeru salem artichoke IU grown almost ex elucivrly for the underground tubere It TUBERS OFJKIUJBAUJM AIITICIIOKB that It produce These tubers ore fca a rule ptnrfthnpcd and somewhat flattened resembling potatoes to sonia rxtcnl but riot no smooth There ore white yellow red and purple warte lien The white and red Itrnzlllun va tittles have generally given bent re sulta The tubers were formerljf used to a considerable extent as n teltable especially before pplntoca were so extensively grown but they are now grown in this country principal ly for stock food particularly for hogs In Europe however the tuber are eaten as a vegetable fed to nil kind of stock and used for the manufacture of alcohol The green leaver a Rdnsterna have been used to some ex tent also as a coarse fodder an the dried stalk for fuel The plant wilt B1YUI almost any welldrained toll It will thrive and produce abun dantly on light Sandy or gvnvelly sells too poor fur many other er- oplltrh requirement seems to be GrtiSSijpmt the aonlLla wet the tfiiii mCJfOt kdroagfltrrst4tnt t ii- r aBTOrulct remlrkably free front fun gnu ilinvascft sod insect pests nr though there are a number of dls rnsok that have been known to attack it nnd In some ca os to do seriously Injury The plant propagated Ilka the potato by nramo of tubers rel quired more space than tho potato J srincrs Review I I r 1 t WATER FOR ANIMALS Valra It AbinlulrlV fare ninraav- Is sure to iHvntln hv herd er Flack t We feel thtt wo cannot incntloit this i subject too often c write top kong ly unIt says the American CiilllvuJor The pond of stangnihit water or the sluggish brook draining from a swamp full of decaying vegetable mat r ter or even decomposing animals or the more rapidl stream which receiveK the vntih of the hillsides where fcr UlUer Is kprrad or the cattle are pas turctl Is not clean enough at its best for cither man or beast but It Is often imtch worse than npprars1 from the above drrcrlptlon It may be con tamlnnted by disease from Bnhnnl- f thathuvf nccciA to It The hog cite1 r era has been known to follow tb cour o of n stream downward from tl9 field where It tint appeared t Ittfcot every herd for miles below thnt had Access to II and throug- thrllt to other herds near by Ftt contamination of rater by horses that hnvii tire glanders Is well known F rind thnrM IIs little doubt but tha M tubcrc losU germs may be conveyed in the snme way It Is also known r t that fever germs Are thus curried i j the water supply to the human race1 and It Unclaimed that they may be token III by the cow and transmit iett in hefc milk possibly without seri ously affecting the health of the ant mal through which they pass A deep tlrlvcu well or n pure spring to which no animals cnn go with th water conveyed by pipes to a trough which has nu overflow at the top to carry off ouch Impurities usnnll 1 lighter than the water arc the best safeguards alit even then the troupe should ho occasionally emptied andi cleaned out Take Care of the aehlltoryI Where IU the farm tnaoblnerj that will not be used until next season It you have tore machinery than toIoge room sco If soma plan ciinnot bejj mntle whereby a neighbor who has plenty of barn or shed room can let you have room for storing U Do tome thing Dont let the storms tun andl tvlnrf destroy much property you alto J ply cant afford it It IIs such negleot i that lends farmers to declare thatV4 farming doesnt pay Ttwbsapleasurer- b recently to her a farmer whose tool d hoiifwJs In good prder tem how long n 1 tee hi dle hsd Uff+ n Hscd JUs farm I evfryAvhere pws thesnrat thrift A neglected pile 1 f farm machinery al i ivays t llsrita own story and likewise J that of its ownerRural World 6 iv y WHEAT AFTER CORK IwrA MetMtleH Which U net IepriUr But Always Give Fairly SaUd- I tur ItrsalY Vutll y within a few ecrll it has bea tho prevailing custom In Huron coun ty oi to follow corn with oats oats with iw heat and flea need to tim othy and clover but now mnnysnow their corn ground to wheat following with n second crop of wheat to ge t the ground In good shape for seeding Moro Would follow this rotation if they didnt object to sowing wheat aft er wheat mill while it IB somewhat risky where 11 still sod Is turned un tier for corn pad wheat sown IB the stubble and svcll ratted sod turned up for the second crop of wheat the rc suit is1 often a haler crop titan the first I lore found that by using a disk harrow to fit worn ground for wheat straddling each row and then rolling down In the spring IL reasonably smooth surface for n meadow dan b obtained I mowed snclb a meadow this year and no ono vvyould know by riding n mower over It that it had been seeded nIter cornntubble wheat It had been Tolled both last spring nnd this last spring to get the corn stubble out of the any of tho binder and this spring to further smooth and fit the field for mowing To get rid of the corn stubble the first season roll on a dry day uml when the ground in dry and it IIs surprlnlng how few will be left standing There will 1he- n few corn stnbble raked up in the hay but very few and this IIn nbout the only objection to seeding after corn fctuhhle To prepare corn ground for when put 13 rows of corn in one row o t hork out this three middle rows an lay them down in the standing cor then fit the ground tind sow this strip which Is just wide enough for one round of the drill then with jack to shock up by cut the remain Ing five rows on rack slda nnd set on the ground already sown thus the stalks will have to bf carried but little ways andr perfect stand of wheat will be snared except right un der the shock There IIs no cheaper way of growing wheat and us good trope OK I evtr raised were grown In t1llay an for the last three seasons I have seedI fd the ground with excellent results II P Snyder In Ohio Former IA MOVABLE HENHOUSE Kxcvllrnt Thlmc furlarmer Who Hrllrvf Thnl n Irniiy tavediY itatentty Hnrnril On stubble firids1 there Iis often a great ilinl of food wasted which could ber tUlJtrd It rho fowls could be lIn- a need to forage for it In some tlc youngynnd growlingr fowlsI IIt8- t tanaett irl malt iJrlh1rorultwt el tti I MOVING rUE POULTHY HOUSE large enough to accommodate 60 tc 75 chickens The birds are put In th lows and draws to the field then is once or twice to accustom them to 1t They are supplied with plenty of ices water and changed to new ground u Soften an they hate picked up all the fallen grain Farm and Home HINTS FOR SHEPHERDS ihlrouga 0Itrougbecondition of a Hook is touch like letoto grow it ww byeshi IslndllIpeusalile for the prutlt ol Ilk The breeding time Is near Sad as thetcondition of the Hock In the future Selection of the est Is the tint care flocknt This isI especially so In regard to the fleece We cannot think or act too rcilouslj 01 the subject of how Important It IU that the shepherd should study the no tttre of wool and know its value We may take it as n rule that tIle damband leave the fleece for the profit The ewe always stands for Its own volts fineYy one part groundJ cottonir the lambs Nature has no more to do with tll shepherds business than it has wit the making of cloth from the sheep fleeces At least it IIs so If the wooi grower knows his business AaierlcanI Sheep Breeder x r A Pall Ration for tune One poultryman that gets tt goo I many eggs in the fall of the yen ccda somewhat aftur the following manner He ol1a soup bone tillI1 the substance of It IIIR the water and the water is used to seals brat The pall of scalded bran IIs covered over till the steam and heat in theI water have thoroughly cooked the muse After it has cooled down to JOfl degrees or so it Is led at once This Teed IN glen once a fay at hurt through the Moulting season a I wi HOGS DIG BRITISH GOLD rrrssare aarletl Ia llevelulleeae7 Svar lolla la 1luulk Carolina Jeff Illchnrds n negro tenant OH the plantation of It L Wallace near King s mountain in York county S C has discovered or rather his hogs dlscov creel a quantity of gold believed to have been burled by the Ilrltlsh ofllccr- t before going Into bottle at Ilag mountain How roach was contained in tho iron box cannot be ascertained HK Mfr Wallace ils keeping Jeff fro m tnlldng but f lcnown tobcarlchflnd Olie dates on the coins show that all o it Iin peer 125 years old and this is th I reason for supposing that It wn b during the revolution The money is I one and fiveguinea pieces After confining site woods bogs in a pen built on the bank of KIng crush Jeff I5lchnrd K went to feedithcni The pigs hud gone to rooting deep and Jeffs ryes toll on yellow spots in thee upturned mud He took the gold to Mre Wallace to ascertain time value Then a furlher search was made and the rusty Iron box tLlln watch some afth gold had dropped was unearthed It was heavy with the weight of gold WILL WINTER IN NEW YORK Jlrl totter Inlmer IlnnnlnK U OUB iilNlile StTlen of Boelnt KntrrlalHHieuCi Jfttpr received In New York cttyt frO Mrs Potter Palmer whose soi vial success In Paris has been grad tying to friends announced that Ib J will make her home in New York cityr otsocial rntrrtatnmrnts which proinJer acedrj sine bas leased Reaulleu 1V W Astprs villa at Newport where she paean- n the kiimmer two yeara ago She IIs al ready planning for n series of big summer entertainments Sirs Palmer Iis negotiating rora winter louse in lFifth avenue want one already furnished as BIte does not care to bring any furniture from Chicago Wille Charles T Yokes twos itoI Paris she tried to obtain his keno dbut Mr Yerkea was not ready to give tar on answer until he returned to New York Mrs Palmer also tried t- rent o the house which Howard Goul has taken for the season HOWE SHUT OUT 4 rutJTillJ lu Hull sit Fatae According to Chniueltor Henry X MncCracken of Ill New York unJvejy ally nit error + VU made by the youth It sthub commUtce In thnnnluof votet cent in by the 160 nail of Inana gicatenl bti wJiluJi 63 volen xvere ctT d Tbre mistake arose through counting lV chief justice OH supporting him when the correct number was 11 Failing therefore to receive 51 votes tin name of Klin Howe I IK not include among those to be Inscribed this year This reduces the roll of names to 29 and leaves 21 vacan panels to btt smelt two years hence Tlie oflictal roam will be published la a feu weeks in the took of the Unit d Fame Up to Stay The price of coal took time elevutoi when it went ui+ but says the ChiI cago Record it will leisurely ww all Sown the stairs coming buck iHfnwou lliscoverrdl owvhTin MARKETS Cincinnati Nan 3 CATTLE Common 2 75 l 3 50 Extra butchers 4 80 this 4 S3 CALVESExtra 6 700 HOGS Choice pacKeru 4 liII 4 83 Mixed packers 4 4 ffl SHEEP Choice I 8 rt 3 40 LAMBS Extras A 35 ft 5 40 FLOUJt Spring pat 3 00 S 4 30 WIEAT Xo a red a 7612r 111OATS 4 IOUlC Family rt 12 50 JmLSt ftlu STO OU l1Ul11mCh dairy B 15 Choice creamery Sk 24a IIii SCh to fancy 511 JHT 1Ii1 0- 0POTAI01tSJor brl 1 15u 1 35 TOlIACCONew 0 25r 8 00 Old 11 95 111410 C1HCAQ- OFLOUKAYIii patent 3 70 u 3 00 VHKAT No 2 red n 75 No 3 spring 08 GO 74 noye22IPIPOKK MessI ffill 25- J LAUD Strain 7 10 U 7 iw ViI NEW YORK FrOIJlt Win patent 3 70u 4 00 70yCOILeOATSNo S nnlxedr 25 i51aPOUl1j LAKDStcum r 7 75 nALT1AlOn11VIIEATNo 72rtl 73YrI 73COILN 443dCATTM3 Kutchera 3 00 g 5 25 HOGS Western i 25 rt 5 35 INDIANAPOLISWHEATXo 73YrCOUr a VPSro 2 mixed 22J4 LOUISVILLE 50wa7Ct 42tArsMixed 00LAUDSteamw 1 o LOVE STORY WELL TOLD I A VefftK lana Clever Metkod ot Win I nlnjc a Coafejuloa frost Ills Adored ORe t I 6be was fouring at a tea that afternoon j and be looked unusually bewitching satu themartSet lie was witting at her lelt11L II himIJilyucover of the tablecloth while she tried booksheraI quiver was holing that the heard everything bIsaid DttTttif he murmured as she sent aputherGlued youEi manageItI etkeigfrs the ppurredleIc by yOukttJi next cup yu our1CVS Or IfOU threeeTite tiny sup Sal almost full and In her haste to hide her confession the covered the thtce Tampa hastily with chocolate creaherand sent them oil He asked andI they drove home if she had en wvasherdisgustedreplyj ofosugar I 9 RltantlunxbeI j1 ratanleraenta1 IiiuIr fcf the Chinese immigrants by the for reatrevoiulmoacomesfrom Digestion produces constipation indtpratton dyspepsia and flatulency Iloatetter II Stom Itri tone to the entire sys itiemu and thus prevent nervousnew slfc te+iaea giveajr tJlndr Her Hair CarlIfiiSincl tnirriart I hart had no need j xurimg irons sold Mrs t1Uut still four hair il perfectly dreeserofII Vviuts the reason fWi when youve got a husband ou1ifind that IK can tame home at any old hourIin the morning with an excuse that uJdIduiaiceI your hair curlIianens City StarI I I I Deafness Cannot Be Cared iI k local applications they cannot teachItfille dlseasert portion of the car I isrlcanoed by an inflamed condition of the mu 1Vhcnthisi sound or imperfect hearing and wheel it iis entirely dosed deafness ia the result and end M time inflammation can be taker out normallOndltionlnine cote of of ten are caused by catarrh surfacesd which Iia nothing but en inflamed condition e will give One Hundred Dollara fqr any sate of Deafness caused by catarrh that CureSttdt 0itf Halia Family cE Pill are the beat After KlullBK Her GeodBr I i Aljot She says she married him because fit was different from the other men she p r- LT audcUr must bavepropoted to her- n Topics iAI Trial Mottle Fev JeuralgiarviWrejEntant to 6 Drop To enable sin suf rrra to trot this wonderful remedy we will nd ices a triall bottle on receipt of two 2ntstampstopay for maiiina Largebottles oyezttt 5 Drop i5L a preventive as well as curative for Ithcumatirai Sciatica Neu igia Gout Dyspepsis Iladtaehe Ailhma- a 1ever Catarrh Liver and Kidney routksSeeplraanets NenQulnes Nerv 1 1s aria Neuralgic deadhchc Earache I oathachet Heart 1Yeakness Numbnttsaarf La Grippe alariatlaralyaisGreepiag long htf bf other ills Write us in haste d stol your suffering Agents wanted Anton Kheumatto Cure Co 160 Lake xect Chicago I1L iry LMW XhNorthWeu wlU the r Missouri r clUo K lIwlI8t Louts One Round to Way Trip BscpwU ButteHelenaOar WuaMd Intermediate points2500 1500 Portflt tikirredite poats53000 13000 Ticket OB saleI every Tuesday up to and including November 27 For further Infor mettoa eyour City Ticket Agent or write any Missouri Pacific reprefientatire or H- jTowxsKanU 1 T AgtBtLouinMo 1j GlrlUh iBulRlit- Utle Hess Cou in Li t eih what is etu pi it ouwn LiabethOh little 11eK Hupidity iit a state of mind other people flunk We are iin sayIndianapolis l Uncle Allens Advice UjVj boy counseled Unrie Allen 8p rkrtlwa1 strive to be at time top of the lisp Especially if you are m a game of fo t allChicago Tribune Ii lint for lime UowcU V Kojmatler what ails you headaibe toa yourbottlecure you without a gripe or pain prbdtice I raiy natural movement cot you jjou 10 j rents Jo start getting your health back i asfnrr s Gan Sttlmarti ItcnuintJ1lUt up fl1 mi tal t oxen eVer tablet V C 1 stumped on it lleware of imitatious 1 Ofjjjcourje you w jro in PirisK Oh i ye fhdeed in fact we spent so much time IndianapolisNe j ibiyIlest IresrTlplon for Chllln a Fovcrisabottlo of Gnovns TA LCIt i niitiTjiNio Its simply ironandiiulfalucitt ulAteles form Norurono pay rriitsWc it QaalRied Praise BrownDo you be lieuViiareabathing Robinson Qh yes 1 hen known to Jropicar ji l r iJC It re uires no cxtwrlcnco to dyo with PiTSxM FAtiULEsa Urns Simply boiling necessaryholdrr r Wheata man climbs up in his family tree and llooks down upon the passing throng he has outlived his usefulness Chicago Daily t News COlllumptiODJohn 4FyBoyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb J5 199 faT Lines There TelletTo be sue celtt isbuainesa a man must confine him n tin AskitWhat if he II a- paalmi t HB lUmore American J Tis sweet to kiss so is Biome tam fit I ehnrc AH fMM c are bora Ignorant and some evertttgrowc ItChicago Dally New t A + 1 Motherhood REWARDVOwing omekeptkyll peopMluwe time letters publishing National City Sank o- fLfln1w5000whkk thatrpabHriwdi cthustkm Et ffemale lthe1 Many women long for a child to blew their home But be CD I cause of some debility or displacement of the female organs J they barren- Preparation for healthy maternity is accomplished by 1 Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound more cessfully than by any other medicine it rives and flammationActual strength to the parts curing all displacements and IIUCtiti sterility in women Very rare If any n LynnMass= I be mothers 3 J Mrs A D Belmen t Ohte Oegetableto carry babe to maturity having lost two one at Mx moatha aid ORe at The doctor next time I would but thaakfi Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable CompouRd I cUd soot die tam the oad i aadMe t Whitneys Gratitude DEAR From the time I was sixteen years till IYWM twentythree 1 was troubled with weakneet ofthe aid terrible staiu what my monthly swrtods cants nn I made un tsa aind tn tVAUWrVegetable Compound myfull t YeIIJDODtb x wwfrTny + hearty that horseV 4ydooeM the future as in jpa t homes d1beentats L Z 4 Flint Somerville MassVThe medicin that cures ills women isjLydia f Pinkharns- Voffefabfe Compound IA d r i iIiliIlAn Expensive Tip the donethrow away every time that you 3 t smoke Five Cent cigar T ere nearlyl much 1s 0 = end all the of the cigarand yet every man who buys a cigar cuts t and throws away You get = all you pay for when you smoke = A- ie Old Virginia Cheroots = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cbcroots smoked = Ask your dealer Price for coats T IfV1BIVThe Seminary IIndJ- ohnsonDoes r your wife peak French Thompson She thinks shedoes You dont speak it do you doesnt1hw the other day when she was talking to him udI Ill be blamed if he look uif be had j the toothacheDetrcit Free Press I Ilomeseekers ExcarnloB Ticket To nearly all points in the United State ChicagoGreetthird Tuwdays of October Noyemb r and December at the very low homeseekers rate of one fare plus 200 for the Tickets good for within 21 days from date sale Persons contea plating a trip will save calling oa an Great Western Agent and obtaining de information regardlsg the horn seekers or addressing F Lord G P A T A113 Adams St lMade Brown are sot 00 young you wore you know Oreeat I doa t know whether I do or not Ages mix me up awfully UIraBOtao young u I was BMtner iJa raynster so oW ss meIftCkicago 5000 to UM fact that from time to qwa tkined UM gMBiMMof tin teetisMBtal we ere eoaatMtly we tare deposited whit Uter who will show following toetiwMkb are PUKKAH MEWONE Co are E because is Jarret writes saves said die to Mrs MR PIXKHAM oM Mdaeys No IL Y J Jand WM eooa relieved I t to take jour Compound said I aid them If I tm time and my baby lived to W youXyhealthy and as any one could with I ny graiittito to you I WM M bad sot dare to go sway from + fewLydIain this and an j e8xniae lice WHmnsY SK the of i is s a is as 1 as rest V5f it off it 1 this r year own 3 5 didnt round trip return of ail rates film Tired You sa LTDIA u I JBlBtjr Deserts Can be maths with DurnbamsllastyJellyiI COB Delicious ielliea from purest iogredi t I eats Dissolve package in hot water andtset away to cool Get4 package at your i Grocer today There are six flavors i orangelemon strawberry raspberrypeack r wild cherry and the unflaVored ealfsfoot for making wine and coffee jellies I HO FOR OKLAHOMA s uituwYtrertI I odor loot ille aa 1 err 011 N s- krr 4 smslrgtalrrr Iwt- urroute ttJwnr 0111p P W y All wntL1IL AdanuetVYT 90aaAmtrxnaroT I i I jIComplete BeahleaetwaDROf nriiar give wonl QfJ waKtw 1IooIC of tctim Lad e11r BuisttNIre VrIiHIUUIIRI S c r I y AN KK 1888 i+ v WBfnr WK1TINO T9DVERTIIEVphase state that yea Mtw lk Advtrtl meat la ISIS pager ci t I tI a- lY a rI iih t 7 f1 r1J15 i11r O w I IJ Q- It f ifI 1 i I 1 1 v i ij w f It IR411Y f J r f I f jBuilding t c Hi Material t tt1JBOUGHa j j AND DRESSED LUM a 1 DEN J da 13tt 1l Doors and Windows Shingles ji Lime and Cement j d Builders Hanlwaro t Paints Oils etcI J 1t l 4 ESTIMATES f i je CHEERFULLYVj ISIIEJ FEED STUFFS ri Hay Oats Corn Bran etc 1 ctoII 1l LPW S j I r L Legal Ktftkt te a Scat in a Tram A Question of iutcrst to tho traveling public is said to be awaiting detcrmiua 4donin a Now York court A Mr Smith r boarded u train fur Now Haven iu New r + York City Ho put his valise on a seat and bit it tor a moment In his nb- I 33- Bcnco comes u Mr Kemp removes tho 1 II t valise uud converts tho seat to Ins ownt J use When Mr Smith returned ho re monstnitcd with Mr Kemp but fludiug C his remonstrance yarn ho ejected him 11 iimnu forth and resumed tho place Mr Kemp thereupon upon Mr Smith lay rtI inK tho damage at 61 000 The defense iIi J Jitis said will allege a custom which oxoisis among travelers and is recognized bv tho railroads to reserve a scat by l placing a valiso or other article of baggage therein Clearly however there i a can bo no jndicatiou upon tho validity i a of such a custom because Mr Smltn J misconceived his remedy and undertook I to nght his own wrong instead of callsing upon the conductor to vindicate his a Indeed it seems at least qucs from tho facts whether wheth fftionabloI acted with tho calm con n demanded b tho importance It i I Oar leshal Rerenae 11 Tho last quarters business of the United States postal system for tho first- tiruo since 2c postage was adopted in 1883 showed an increase in receipts over I expenditures According to tho figures of postal receipts just compiled by aud itor Henry A Castle there are other features of the postal business for the- year 1960 which are almost ns remark tttfeI Tko year 1900 is tho banner year in I f the history of tho postal service For the first time receipts reached tho 8100 000000 mark and the deficit reported to i Congress this year with increased ro I cciptrf and expenditures will bo less than that of a year ago The aggregate of postal receipts for the year ending JunoI 25th last is 1102 00000 which furnish I cs striking evidence or the increase in the business of the country These fig arcs register an increase of f10000000 compared with receipts of Inst year errIlls Fist Tho logic of game Biblo readers says tho Rams Horn reminds us of the story of an old colored preacher who made then assertion in his pulpit thatevery had seven devils in her Ho was promptly challenged by the irate female teem I hers of his Sock to mako good his asser- i ton lie nnaounccd that on n certainI r Sunday ho would give scriptural proof of what ho had said When tho time camo ho gave his proof as follbws Brudders and sisters you havo all dono heard and read dat do Lawd done cast seven dobblls out of ono woman But brudders and sisters you- have not done heard and read dat ho cast- a f do debbils out of any udder woman v Dcroforo of do Lawd only cast do deb dils out of ono woman den all de udda- women hun do debbils in dem yet So cordin to do plain rcadin ob do scriptures I obbery woman has seven dobbllsI i in her Dats my pint i What It Cest Him George dear 4Dont bother me Laura I am reading and Id rather read than talk jus- II now An hour dragged its way into tho dim misty past und tho voice of Mr Forgo USOQ was heard calling loudly I Laura how much longer havo I got to wait for dinner It ought to haveI been ready an hour agol It was George responded Mrs Ferguson from tho dining room That was what 1 went in to tell you but you didI not want to bca mo talk Wo havo allI finished and everything is cold but youI r i neednt wait another minute jf you wantL i It ilyour dinner t A Village Blacksmith Saved Ills MUle fens Life i IMr II H Black th TwolMaowii vii f I laze blacksmith at GrahamBVillo SaN I jUranj county N Y Oar littlo j a won 5 years old has always been star ject to croup and so bad have tho at tacks boeR tatwo have feared tuan Y times that he woaW die Wo havp has tho doctor sad wed many inedkUies drat OJtambedAtn Coagh Remedy is 1 1nowoar sdo reliance It secB a to dis solvo the tough maces and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symp toms appear we have fownd that o dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled There v no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or injurious drug and may bo given us coo fluently to a babe as to an adult Fo i sate by Oowgill Cowgill Hlckman r e dtM Shaw Statq Line r op JltEAT tATASTKOlJIKS llaveo Wrought IH United States byr lIre W1ad HHtl Water The greatest conflagrations which the United States lins over had were 1ho ono in Chicago in 1871 lu which 100000 000 of property was destroyed tho fireI in Bwton iu 1872 in which tho damageI was 80000000 and tho blaze in Now York in 1835 in which 600 warehousesl worn destroyed anti tho damatro was 30000000 As the population of New York at that time wa only about 250 000 or afloat like that of Newark N J now tho lose was severer proportionate ly than one many times larger would bo in 1000 Chicagos fito though and Chicago had a population of only n lit tie over aOOOOO at the time was tho most destructive which over occurred anywhere in tho world with tho possi Sblo exception of that In Moscow in 1812 Johnstown Pa in 1880 furnished tho most destructive of tho floods Johns towns being from a bursting reservoir Galton property loss at Johnstown was approximately 10000000 and the loss of life was 3160 The destruction at Galveston was over 5000 in lifo and about 50000000 Mississippihave000 to 10000000 of property at a time and moro than once drowned from 1000 ItopeopleTnu tornado which over hit a large city in the United States was that which destroyed 400 Jives and 10000 XX in proiHjrtv lit St Louts in 1890 Louisville the second largest city over struck In tho United States by n tornado lost 100 lives and tJflOOOOO of property in 1890 A tornado ravaged the mast of lieonrii and South Caro Hun in 1893 which destroyed 1000 lives anti 2000000 of property The most remarkablocoilc tionof tornadoes which over visited tho United State ut any ne time was on February 0 1884 which nfilicted Virginia North Uarolina South Carolina Georgia Mississippi Tennes see Kentucky and Illinois state dis duct storms being traced on that tiny in those States in which 1000 persons were destroyedCharleston tho I everest earthquake ever experienced In city of tho United States m witch tho destruction of lifo was fifty and that of property 83000000 Now Madrid Mo and the Lower Mississippi Valley had a series of earthquake shocks in 1811 which destroyed many villages but tho aggregate losses were not as great ow ing to tho regidn being sparsely peopled I and most of it having no people at all as in Charleston Tho const of tho Atlantic and of tho Gulf of Mexico has had ninny harri canes and n few tidal waves but none of them approached in destructiveness that which recently occwrrcd nt Gnl vestou rYftttHgest brass WM w IIn KeMUckj t Tho Brandenburg Mc wager reports tho case of a 11 year old wife Who fa aning for a divorce Mrs Minnie Gill vs Harry Gill If Mrs Gill Is BUCCCM fnl in securing her wants she will bo the youngest grass widow in thi State as she is only 11 years old But the youthful marriage la not confined to Mcado county Tho Owensboro Messengers corres pondent at Island in McLean county r writes Mr Bert Phaup and MissI Minnie Barnard wcro married at the home of tho brides parents Mr andI Mrs Nath Bolton Tuesday evening at 7 oclock by tho Roy Wm Tate Iho brido is 13 and tho groom is 10 years old In Jessamine county only n short time since a youth lit 13 was marri I to a maid of 12 tho parents of both 1 lag present at thin ceremony On the way homo tho mother of the bride started a rough Kouse as it were because she objected to tho youngsters riding in the same vehicle and the police lead to bo appealed to to prevent a serious ell wnX a Tallest of Living Men Wiltnow great est in tho scientific circles of Europe Wilkius was born on a farm near St hrwas but 10 years ho measured six feet i height and now has grown to tho tro1 mentions height of 107K inches justt three quarters of nn Inch less thAn ninI feet und weighs 304 pounds There havo been other tall men mn I women bolero Wilkins and scientist- have striven in vain to account fo these freaks of nature Only lately bta physician wh says giantism is nothing moro or less than a disease This disease generally occurs in patients between thongcs ofr 18 and 05 und in first called from two Greek words moaning en largcmcnt of tho oxtremetics If tho person is not attacked until utter ho is I 18 tho ends of tho bones in tho legs and arms aro enlarged and prolonged slight ly but if thiSidlseaso has i attacked the child soon utter birth glknti1 is tho- I result Tho bones aro prolonged all along their length grow unnaturally and tho result is a giant When you see a big man it is thero tore a question whether ho is nuuatnr ally strong or whether ho is u sufferer from acromegaly All giants havo not been acromcgallc according to Dr Ma theFrenchthis class Ono was Charted Front a cavalry soldier who was six feet eleven inches and another was Marnat a drum major in the Nineteenth Regiment of Infantry who measured six foot moo inches overllived before Wilkins WM Ohms Byrne an Irishmnn Ho measured pine foot two inches Ilis skeleton is still pro served proving beyond qnestlon lib acreoOitAUiiKitLAlNs Stoniaoh and Liver Tablets cure billfonsness constipation tined headache They aro easy td take rand jileasant in effect For Qtlo by 4M f r t ATTITUDE OP KAILKUADM rrempl Assistance KeHrtereil hjr Them at Ualrestea The iMpnlar belief that largo corps rations are relentless antler nil otnram stances where profits aro tit stake has received n gratifying MBfcocV In so far no railroads educe tho Galveston nlorni is concerned as tho following will show Morning Post Raleigh N C Tho Concord Tnbuuo says Wo have nil heard a great deal about the corporations being Ho llw9 Thk may bo truo They are s eru bashed institutions What we waat to say tis that when n disaster ot the Galvcston nature comes the pcoploftro absolHtely at tho mercy of tho corporationR and in a measure look to thew for relxf Just now tho railroad exprew and told graph companies are loiN no littlo toward tho relief of the Oalvwton suf ferers and deserve duo credit for what they are doing Its trve they liavo largo business interests there and suf for from a financial staadpeInt bat it is tine thcso compauicfl aoMler no soul to say that tnoy can and da 4o a great good when there ia sutferh to bo rvhev cal This is truo and jut Rat for jhoI cerporationtIUliucbr bo multiplied umnyfoM list it Is not 11CIIposd1 by governmental or individual charity that deserves cnmmemlatteui It coots just as much to run tratM8 for such ac casiona as it does to run similar t ruinsI for profit Yet there in not a railroad I company or nu expreta or company that would not bo tciegmJlhIIII been prompt to rbuder every foriwithoutI Press intimated the other day that iit I had nurses and medical nuppUm und a trainload of provisions for Galveston these things had scarcely been gathered together boforo tho Sostkora had its train of cars and cotufortaWe coaches ut the Quaker City depot a4 BO won M all could bo londet aa ashen aboard was speeding thrtagh tko South with the absolute right of trackage on iIts mission of mercy It U doe to say that either or trio greetsytrans reaching la performedl its system Yet these great instraaicataliiies of charity as well as of enterprise aro the object of special oppression and assault by the little souls who cotwUtuto tho demogogue element of soototyj When these corporations are not cut down iIn their traffic rooolpli to the low t slant 1 they are singled oat forbade 1I0I1U- usual and unequal taxation tant catting them both ways And IfJney object to being Uius robbed the are held up peofllolIoncst t rloionsJ t appreciate and to protect If aU things that are just those great SKW low o good WI well as of rapteiveelldip- meatNeer Odcs Tim t t- The nest red JI Jlltelleclul xil sl1 hothinks Intelligently In Un 1M of wars and rumors of wars the Rriateet- std tolntellltenl thinking odl4trivet food fur Intelligent ihoujbl It that ews paper which In treaient nIl but J- Imporiant political1 Imuei ere lelly growfng sore Importaot An iii itlhiEeiii UBdertt ndlor of the policy of Vtloi or a great political ptllOusihliij to IrIi citizen to thoroughly inform MwHlfI OB the leading topic of the day I The Semi Weekly Republic U the tfreaimi of AU newspapers Itiielrirrapb io end cable newiterlce exetU that of toy other parer It prints the ntW news fcin tl e eddomevtlnand DrJtII occurreRfbnr ticated facts The policies of the greet poll tIt par j ed1II i scribe for the but medium of seeping f touch with the whole world ftt InIiII RepublicNo of attention In the llq publics Sunday Macaxlne Itdrefllele- ac iiine with the test of apteral artlat written OT Ibe bof literary UUnU beautiful half tons illu r liiHbawt al ready rnllle It famous and iliilr quality and quanllly will be preserved ebsorbingattresilone jI anmeaner qual to the hhbprtcd waga itntr Events of current Inleteet are tel forth In entertaining alyle There to tin mor In its pager too and for tbtlioIalt andI dessMegaoI dealoI i yertIforhI wary low price nfIGO forese year To orderedyIj nt lame time S Addreni all order to TilE REPUBLIC I ISL Louis Mo I ESfRAY NOTICK Taken np as a stray by U Y JlcCon roll living in Fulton County 1Ct 21I ofthoabout 1201 lb years old about IB hands II1rcchablolilY hand this 1000J Cash Book too1a Splendid SolcetioH of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS diede rCall mid sec our stock Every thing up to date HKIIKNDKS if Co 1MAlty THE STEVE STAR R Ivcry KHI Fvetl Nlable i s Ielillton WKIIiIOU ttatronugo aollolt edlBIIIlNIi I OHIO RAILROAD Till POPULAR LINE FOR titLauIiClitctKoSi rulOmlha Kn prolalIorItluna Mobile 1U ratingham Nish viii Chattaaoogc Merdgomery Thorns vllle Atlanta Augusta ClurU lon Ba tianih daokeoavllle Tampa Part Tate pa XJUtnl and ill point In the balk eeL Elegant VeiUbuUd Pint Clues Coaobti with smoking room and comilvlt toilet CtUemwith tile contort of the rMtn n Ates Vciitlbuleii PaUet Slupliij Car wish UrawlBK ROOM and Bullet ltwtwees i i Lewis sad Mobil New trteear ltcst lamer ThotnmtUl end Jelea +Mf lief K U BLAI Trulhcl PAesoger AgeR- aJackaoa Tean Illinois Central R R THROUGH Sleeping Car Service FIt OM- CiriCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE T- OctB Jg p t ngsJ lArk via Memphis ThrougheepinKcarreservutlonsran now ho soourcd from Cincinnati and Louisville via the lllinon Central to Hot SnringH vin Memphis on itxNcwOrleanH Limited IcavluR Cincinnati dally nt OHX erptnlauikvillaut 010 V tu ranching tocarries Pullman sleeping car and free reclining chair cur Oiticlnnutl to Mom hilt and Mlnoping car and conch Mom SpringsThrough Cincinnati nnd Louisvillo to Hot SpriiiKH can also bo secured on tho Sinxjial leaving Cin clnnati 815o m and Louisville 12011J- In daily arriving at Hot Springs 055 tho next morning Sleeping car service Irons Cincinnati Lso conch front LouisI vlllo to Mclu Sleeping eat Mem pills to Hot Springs Dining car ser vice en route Aspoclnlloh1cr of this now service as well aa full particulars concerning tho nbovo can bo hud of ugcnUt of tho lilt noia Central nud connecting lines W A KKLLON A G P A Louisville A H HANSON Gonl Passr Agent Chicago j Mr Jorgenhausser i Used to Worry t Recluse hf ltlVerticaemontfl in thin local papers diclnt stem to attract attention didntdraw a crowd to Ills store and help him tosell goods NOW HE DONT WORRYW- hy Bccauso ho has found that lid can get fifty first rate ads chock full of suggestIOUB the best that arc appearing in hilt line in nowspaiKss the country over for a dollar land that with their help iit 5s mere play io ar range ndsJhich fill the bill to aL You can do tho I same Aljjlines Send a dollar to iD SUPPLY BUREAU C fy 8 Iewoaehire St Uoom 2 rtV H BOSTON MASS tt f j i It A 7 =7 r Uqii BrlIIIIIj AN IL LJII I I NVLOKYII wwCapital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Busmen Loan 1lnpeynil Liliiral Terms Acts of Farmers Merchants and Munufmstiircira reaped fully HoHctlwl 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