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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4r c- i 4 1 Jr 1q i 0at tu Jt tf tI i i i V c 4 i1o I t q- f r t I r j t U i rt j i i1f I BARGAINS lrfLare F 1t rI as at SHAWLS t 1 1 rJi s 1 I1HE HIGKMA COURIER t J I ESTABLISHED IM9C yjHICKMAN ftLTQN OOfi M YNOVlG 1900 VOL XXXV NO 5fi a 3 mImI mmIIn mmmt mmnmm E J- I 3 E Over E Stocked Those Two Words E J Tell the Story 3 3- E 4E Onactountof the warm open 3- E weather this fall the sales of 3E E 3theyEselves now with an immense = E 3ftndE Jr stock mint be reduced before E Ethe end of our year AVo offer 3 toE3- E go yNOTETHESE PRICES E E 1500 E Buys choice of uny Suit or Over Ecoat in the house This includes 3E our finest 2000 and 1850 3c M t i j c OfI a Jbi J4ai t awtr IO9OEE E EE EFineE E E 1250 E EtE ErEE- r SuitsE = E 3- E i1 398 = E Buys chdce of lens Suitsworth 3- E 650 and S500 3 E DDS3E 3EBuys choice of any Boys Suit in house This includes our clicaLierSuitsE E 398 3- E Buys choice of any Childs Suit 3 E in house This takes S500 and 3 E 650 Suits Cheaper Suits 100 3- E and up 3- E 148 3 EEMens CassimereJPants excellent 3 quality bought to sell at 175 S Lie 3 E For Mens fine stiffbosom fancy 3- E Shirts bought to sell for flOOJJ INEE 3- E L ELLISON t3 P E Vs J = E HICKMANI KY I 3- Et 3WWiUUiiU iti UUU iU iUiU Ui WMr 3 L V TAYLOR IS VERY BLUJE r f Ij BHJN ftcUkilraanNVie1Nry H inter KitKi IfiiJrI+ 11 Him rrm Nate In ItNl Nov ILW L Tajrtar fc riepeed Governor at Kiat t+ crf wlwr kaadec iwiictart Jir eottp4ncy hi the G ebel wpntor MHI U aretageehe law a gloowy riaur et the ritvMtfoa iN kk J4t lie wM today that Mice MekkiM WM cleetetl he felt M if no wan iMumlied frowt tk taMt UNIt the njyile+ tk re ito sot reoogMlao theepi4 r ot the that tke DeMKxvittio early hat oetwmH fed Mfa piit penoaal Hberty awl tke ri kta of tke Hi pe He desaoti for gay VeMeC for Howard aab IWMM from Ute Court of Appewie erec- tOIlter if k elected He aid lire rew court will wet lhI crrytaNroedtwill Jair act Whca asked it a JUpvbMpm Cowrt of A1wbi wimW loin say ef feet ou iU4Mriai 4 g kk vetMM to Ken tacky Mr Taylor reined to atr say tI SALT TKUST RAISES 1KICK Chlcafr Xor lSTbe eleWIyesterday MI Too Xatkmal IWtI CoatiNHiy yajtenlay prt ptthe dee at OOWBMM MH of a taw jwUi y to ia1 10 per 100 yoaaita TM priM before W H t10 per 1X bur the MUM grade 11e Natlooai SaitCerapsrceatroiidwect3 t5 per cent of tke salt Otp of the comnky and M able i dlrectly to dentil aate the rcatahiiog G per cent of MM pro c44oa IN FAYOJt or ArrJIUrKEATItN lIoaR T Tyler witk Ciit J Harrk Mt tke Mhwiaeipfit Riw wteioM M4 the Ccingrnifttnnai iiu ant Mari r Coratartee at Catw Batur dwp wet irtw p eM 1Rialt rfglaWtein r mittce wao decft yla M f it MtUsur all aUottUff1t to hole build our kvtw but they can do notkiug until Coa reaa which meets in December makes a tI appropriation The amount of the 91 lotmcHt will bo dependent upon the amount of local sub criptloo and tltis- must be an amount which by the goy ernment giving art equal amount wiM guarantee a thorotif hly safe llevee This laI subscriptknKentuckyl pa 000 NEAR UNION CITY Xz purlin died at hid hornI tiro torn the city last Friday Prep I interred at 2 oclock tke jowingJn Shady Grove COtHII ate funeral services by Kev- rw Curlin was h ghJre k lteandI t fe itp wes no childrenCorraik Kim ON SIJNUAV v Nov 5An interesting Was decided by Judge Mil hm 4 HB of Walter 0 Graves wh inid red a meclmniurf Hen for t16ik lire on an engine In a veneer Jundayegg Ja w held that Ute loin does nutoQnat i mw does not recognmo w rk lookday except un4er great NUMENAL TREe a Afanner bw in hM giutfea w a Utree clock fir wee ah hi such pMlt1 fhateue of I Mhade a portkM of Uw IMHttof JNblCtt I oclock ia the toeeaMg II khi Poetlsq r c Ml- II I abmles the raw a4 eiateg- i layOai a of hady placea aoaa4 tke SEArJtlER announces with deep death oCr J W Powell I Tent occurred about three e lay atoning IUsaJJ p cted act it WM generally he hail beta Sat a preeerfoa fiany taoatlw He woe HeJJ merits of tko coin- styifywolaeic Mia residents aria of tae t breakers 1a be BemeUmes iiMeelf For many yean be the most prominent buslaves lac the proe eaaltwas 1Iiti irand integrity In basi taea ke was of agenil warm hearted rstrroV sad Sn the days of activity he woo ef the best known Bad most paler wen in the cbaaty Ho was a aimber at the Methodist church and M4 iin the Jail assurance of a happy l nndOi tkllf and erpban children Ho was in kj 75th year A Fine Couch the 10 kind kut to 705 died Couch 18 everywhere King to TT 2 I King kuteto 150 I I r4 J 1IA t CONCEDEDa I CI Keekham MMii KryitH Bet I f Hrri Hi lk flee Grnstf doteVU 0-c Tike BepaMieiia fate Campaign Oomimrtec BMtln IMailtttuJ Monday Milt attar ilia niion MiMaaced to the preM GhroMir ti7eb WrBWWI Lute CitmlM that ike ei etKMi of Deckkam for overact world net be contested The face et the Mtwnw HwS neck ham election+ bjr 4411 thovfk tbo of ieialMM at Jranktort will sot tie wade fw about tpps weeiH but that wilt setehagpe pre t iiflwea Mr IlryaaeArriad the State Yr TIMiiftTtM State QwHMitteo says it fcag MOltOnW to 4cW ate to eon teel3rg the Stated eleetoral rote or to Mtveral OenfKMoiouol DMricto They Mpnot the B t4rat week CraMI WM perpetrated HIUNBST BXAM1NATIUX JKVDK The following report gives th asyeaI of UM tItfix HI pih SB week grade l HtokwM OeMegf aft the Xoveaaker ex arriaHOtr TWrf OfttMPl IUILWaMti- xuioa l ylitifIr1e41 FaidKireMr 1- m Oavit Ifaary Millet Btolotil New taw Fetir cbae 1r4wHct rttItdcrs Fa liM BeekiMui+ HaoW 1 allew 14 S4abr Mawgvwrife l gra LUKa + r ChtheFifth GMk Ytct dA State iraHat Kattoiiiu iaaJcro LMa Mvore 1 FanatoKeadHr Oetfaiw Skaitk- 8ixik Grade Se AR iit TV7lleer M C Cheek Wflr4 Aiabeqr Loa lee AtwMd Mar tIc Taeker Fraet- SUth QnMMt Flee BrRby Ferla DftTid Pra4Wr Lillian Swltfa Slta P elt Qowyitl Begctc L oa ird xwa- f4etrth OrMecWM Mumttt Rr vr en Cavftt lfiigar Sw eea4 DwrH Conan hair Moot Kita+ BwAMirt Di lh raie Lert Later Delia- K ItCHOOL FirYear Jamie Cheek Aauie ElI 1 tone Bafie Braer Bessie Tbrelkeld 1 Arthac FlemiHfir Maybell FaqIsecond Year Euako Adam Park Powell Jack McUaatel Harry Pratker ClurcHco BeadBraat Mattie Third Year holy Auiberg 99j i Tom Prathcr 06 Nettle Beckmaa 97 Maude Lu Cord 844 Pea- eWiseman 03 4 i Richard Prather 8 I J U CHEEK Principal assortment ever in Hiokman good Mild cheap GOo for the lowest though more price up to any quality yon want u Anti QQ1 King J N rDR OLAftK TlfDICTiK I jr IHeld to Answer a Ofeavg 9t Mter j i 1 J Jo e pt Morgan eW Kyr Nor 9Thritl r t fury toMY rntwr ew IIIHiMttt ir J to circuit eewrt charging Dr WA fTef rocharroroc months ago at whtck time MM Cera F I Waller died it is alleged sea malt erVV the criminal operation Hereaeert f Tom liolt then and there wieWedr u her dead body TJre trial waq set for TiHssday Xer 27th which la the 90th dry of tW term X I RIVEt IXIPJIOTIqX 3 r THE enttrip of iaeliealnirVby UM a Mississippi river coaimiwiea Hfe HMwii wthan ordinarily1 impertaat boeauoe Mpg 1 iOf the result of sack inatetion will bev baaed tko appfoprkition by tie nest ic- confrrees for a trim of fear yean The p former four year apfxepriatiea ma eat t Mat Jane and tae lest efagfaaa rem r r 0- u ren w it but mode an appm a atioaSie Ieoyer one year Effarte witt be awae by- t j tke friends ef tore riren io have rest JJ 0 t ooagrem renew tIM lour year apprapria Uon orgivalw the twenty million del ktr approprtatioa toe which the leveev- AMii ia luL9 WaJi I lptOn AaoAcMa IMML contending It teeaoee fornattolaeiieii amotxc rivet wen that CongftMinaa CtchiMe Demo are gutctoi of UM river cotamimion oa this kipUtewt advocates ef nver improTeaieat MM f IirlftC Vurrdyer lied sad tIM k Herek inB ief the river tM harbor tiMe ef eaaff w fi4I f giirlt COLONIAL POLICY ic I i b- In I Ute Aaal fonaakUea otear e1 aial peticy which ratty lax ke erpW ed at a not reawte date Ua poaaHilii ap itswof Ouba is 111111 nUT vreile1 1IIriM wafcaffr reeofd intnitiihiil m the ear ef Porto itri fr Iir 1Iof the McKintey admiaietMtfoa toward i tko Porto Rican people AM ike only al ion people that consented to err gorarn x mont it was to have been hoped that we should deal with peculiar and fairness toward the Porto Rteaaa They wore glad to bo AatencaBS They k believed that the tyrannical government of Spain was to be exchanged for a jjuet rland equal government Theyjwere prom iced all tho privileges of Amerfcaa citi zenship SIS SISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSI SSSSSSSSIf KINGS KUTS ONfi i Fine FurnitureTli Dont hurt you bud hurts lrompetitors Rings tremendous Fall Stock of 4 UPTODATE HOUSEKEEPERSE will astonish the average caller Here are some of his hot tradegettersii i Elegant kuta X1475to MattressesI optai Seay Superb Hair kutMattress MockersBiggest Cheap i Kings jot too Much Furniture andnot Enough Money Kings going to have some of your Money if you halfway want i his kind of Goods I I I YouVe only i I RingsIELKINGiAr 4SS1 wagaamltyis NEEDS iIHICKMIN Kraig s l A 1 1 j i j ni 1r1 Q l lr t 1I j bit t 1 L l 1 The Hickman Courierc t x GEORGE WARREN Publlther tf ili IJICKMAN KENTUCKY I CURRENT TOPICS 1 Y rl France spends 30003000 a year OH te tlwberct IIr6J Plague at Its worst klllll 8 out of patientsII Ti Tomato juice will remove stains 01 I Ink fruit or wine Brussels is the nearest capital ins a direct line to Londoiu 1There are said tobe SOO known I i TarlcUes of wheat in the world t If hear better withI People as n rule v tJtlr right ear than with their left I i ear r k is bet The quail crop In Kentucky J A Vter this fall than it has been for many I seasons 1 t The British press urges Lor1 llob t t ertato IK merulless Jn his treatment of the Boersj V 1 This is the centenary year of the I lntmluction of the dtlu lute the w British tinny I Iii v All the flowers of the Arctorgc n tire either white or yellow and there Iarc 7C2 variiltcs A nursery near Mexico Mo con tarns 250000 young fruit trees paned L and cultivated to perfection l The natural life of nn elephant it be 120 years It is howeveri I toIshortened by captivity e Fearing a plague of rats Antwcr has organized an official rat hunt DI penny being given by the anthoritlw F i I lor every animal killed AU Augel Eplscopil church West End avenue and Elglt first street i I New York has just acquired what iit dcscrlbcdaa the finest pulpit In Arne to lea t The bound of construction of the f department has under consider 1latlona programme that would call- A for the construction of dorty w- arhipst If the curiosities of musica Pails just now is an Englishman Mr Wod conducting n German Wagner concert with a French orchestra i Lnmorcauxs After Buffering for a long tint ffrom the migratory rats Uu inhub 1 1dtantrof CopenhageltorA nixed will against them and In t1fhteen wNekt- vs UOOOOO were kilted c Goshen a small city in Indiana has I a lower water rite than any othuljj city in the United States The plant sowne by the municipality as ii the electric plantI also light The TniveiUty of Bonn prides tarn on having been the alma mater of the- ej Illohenzollcrns nnd other jerUUIjj reignIng houses Some of the English r princes have studied there 1Aband of American confidence men V has been successfully doing Berlic land other Herman cities passing 4iieonfctlerate tenloliwiar bill V1 e + ar JJttCbtct is ccpteit atJlfIGrt narks I i teachThe t organ in the old JoliaunI Jdrche at Jxipsic ou which Bach oftet played has been purchased by Hen laul De Wit of tcipxic who will place It iin his niusico historic mn ileum A npw name for the nallbltlnp haliit has been coinedl by a Freiicl1 doctor it is onychophagia Till word simply menus nallcnting hil1 it la terrible enough to frighten auj child put of the habit The Japanese gbvcrnincnt is con 1ntllctlnii 8 capital punishment by menus of suf- II Socation placing the subject in an airtight ulinmber and then exhaust 1 igtllC nlr from the chamber bj l lampliNovincio a Filipino rebel captain fkns been Bentonced to death for bury 1foig olive i 5 American scninnn It 1iiI f Jalso charged that he dellvvred nu other American to his followers whe Spcnecl the captives vrinsnnd suckec tie blood until he was dead J The time required for n journflj around the cnttlt by n man walkln 8 Jay null night without resting woul 11e 428 days asi express train JO daysI sound at A medium temperatcer- zP3 houtv a cunaon ball 21 hours jSght n Bttle orcr one tcnth of t Second nnd electricity passing oveiI r a copper wire A little over oneIent- effa second 5J nglnnd hoe one clergyman Ao cerJI I l10people Ireland oneto every 1i I Ii A balloon fitted with nutomath e4lestruntenls was sent up recently ih Parbi and came down safely Them Ifitruments showed that it had rfuc ftp 17000 meters 50000 Itletor oreI 40 miles At that height Ue feu I ti sperature outside Urff4aUtxu ia lOt i degrees below zero t b jJoecph Florlmond Count Loubat- is1 a millionaire ivho doi not fee i ihc burilcn of wealth Columbia unl- f i i verslty guarantees him a yearly IIn I tcomeof 60000 paid in rash lie pay- isou ci taxes The university attends t that As its reward the institutloc a propertjlibI z p I r the count shall diet r As a reward for faithfully nursingi Robert F Blxby through a long ill ness Mrs Lena Gordon has inherited prslalomo I with two codicils was filed for Ipro rttte in UIA otflCy ol the surrogatea New York tft A lymph has been invented willi i which it is proposed to vaccinateI young lobsters to protect then against n growth which is fatal tc r vaccinateSVobeter will have B peculiar scar alI Jtbe base of its tail to distinguish hln f bethrcuft Y off liJJ t w 1I yiy tt I ISWI1 pfftt j c tfOFr MONT J LtOI TwentyFive Dead Bodies ot the Wrecked Steamer Recovered Tile Hlar eet Feundered itturUnr- Hnrulnir and All Rut Fear of Those en Hoard Lout Their Live In the Waters Yarmouth N SI Nov 12The shore of this county for ten miles east and west is strewn with the wreckage of the hull and cargo ot the l steamer City of Monticello which foundered Satunlay morning and 25 bodes of victims of the disaster have been recovered frog the sea which is still raging with terrific fury Many people have ossetnblcd ot Rockvllle near whore the first body rome ashore and numerous relatives of members of the crew who nearly all belonged to points on this coast have arrived to identify the dead The bodies ore arranged in a room in the public hull Said Coroner Fuller who held an Inquest gave an opinion of accidental drowning All the bodies nn terribly battered The drat body was found et daylight when she Zinc lifeboat which was supposed by the survivors of the first boat to have been fcwnmped was discovered on the shore A fury yards distant were the bodies of Mr EI dridge u passenger Second Engineer McGeeGSons of SU John N of a eea + nan All four had life belts around them At short hltervnls alorg the beach 11 more bodies were found making 15 discovered up toII noon Sunday They had all evidently curve ashore in ihe lifeboat and w reII killed ou striking the beach not one 1 escaping II The body of dipt larding of theII Monticello has been found ot Picnics Point encircled with a life belt oudI fully dressed An unknown body supposed to be that of n traveler forII a western loot and sine firm haA been found nt the wane place with the 1 bodies of Elsie McDonald and Second Officer Murphy recovered Saturday i Or the members of the crew whose bodies were secured Copeland and Benham were not known to be on bound until their bodies were identi tied They were not on tie Ablps ar ticles having joined for the trip only Several bodies are still unidentified One body was recognized Sunday even lug an Johh Itichmond of ex N U a traveler for a boot and shoo first He was not before knowa to hue been a passenger Some difficulty was encountered It figuring out the total loss of lifer as a number of passengers joined the Monticello at St John without fintI registering at the booking office They bought their tickets on board A revised list of the members o the crew prepared at the hriul ofllcn of the Yarmouth Steamship Co here shows that the oflicersnnd crew rum bered 28 of whom Third Oftlccr Flem ing Wilson Cook a deck hand and Ms Smith the stewardess saved The total number of people who were on board U now placed at 36 The four survivors are Capt Smith a passenger Third Officer Fleming Quartermaster Wilson and Stewardess Smith The three men saved agree that the cause of the disaster was briefly The steamer wan pounded for hours by sea and gale sprang a leak and filled became unmanageable broke apart and foundered The sea is not remembered to have been so heavy on thfs coast for many years MINOR ENGAGEMENTS Scouting In the Philippine RttIwlteti In the Ilcnih of Americana Tex Were Wounded Manila Nov 12The results of the elections in the United States here been quietly received here So far as the Philippines are concerned no noticeable change in the situation1 occuer In the immediate future They art itoneQmmittnlNewaot Its way through the country the armyd insurgents where the assur Ilrynwouldn 0Drs overcome Last weeks scouting resulted in sev ncrab minor engagements with what easunjr ties namely four Americans kilted and ten wounded rGnJllhler Killed Hy a Iollcvman St Joseph Mo Nov 12 Police Olllcer Charles Scott after midnight gumi1 Scott of having had an article pu shed reflecting upon him Scott de- e nied tine charged when it Js alleged mlth undertook to assault the oil cer and the shooting followed TI affray took place in the barroom ol tho Commercial club Galveston acts fl1B3710 Galveston Tex Nov 2John Sealy treasurer of tho Galveston relief fund makes the following statement Dona tions received October 25 to date 113351 of which 0771 was received thrqugh Mayor Jones Prcvloutdy ac knowledged 1140303 total to date 1153710 Gen lindenPowell III London Nov 12Gen BadenPow fell torIrccpondcnt Dally has contracted enicrla fever but hia cone dition la nof BcrJous r I r I 1 t t Pr F I 4 l In s j DON CARLOSJ M The Pretender Protest Against the Vreient Movement mm t ontrnrr to lutruetteu Madrid Nov 1fhe Miidrkl pay pent publish a letter from Don Carlos addressed to the CarHftt Gen Moore in which the pretender protests against the present nuivwucHt twI contrary to instructions and char nctcrirej the authors of the rising an men without consciences1 I shall never abandon lay right ays Don Carlos but at tho same time I do not wish 4o ruin Spain I can not forget the danger to the in togrity of her territory from pro longed insurrection bccaitti it would excite the ambition ofpoVcra which I an Attentively following events in Spain The Catalonia BWcment Is veritable treason on the pArt of a few Impatient anti undlsclplineY melt1tJJ Barcelona Nov 1Tt govern i meet troops have captireJ a bud of 50 Cnrllsts near VlllalFrajfra del In nudes 2j mlleu west of itarccloun They steixeel n qunuUiyo arras nail ammunition I DEPARTMENT OF S NTIAGOI I 1 It Will He Clesed Xevrmkrr IB a 1 KartulKht Earlier Thiin tinII Been l oeIIISantiago de Cuba lf1Col 4 Whltesidc received Sand r orders from the war department Exing No ember 15 as the date tfy doting the department of Santiago ie ClbnII Tills date will be a fortnlf U earlier than ho had expected and theta fRjj considerable uhraslnesa afxing tl1II officers who are not ccrtola how the nonallyThei there will be few change t Iwyond rolling Santiago a district Irreufter instead of a department 1 aJquar tIt tII arrive here next Tuesday The dikans feoei verely criticize the war fppc llentInctiou They have ahva a n jeal urea of lluvnna and now they uy that the Americans following Sash sya leuis are robbing SantinfiA for tbeI Wuefit of Havana 3 INSURRECTION SPJIEADS- Inerencea Alurm I Fees IiOIrklnK It Ja Thought Mnachtrlu Lest to China f London Nov 1Dr l1orrlllon leklngSrtl1rdaLi Hung Chang has not r t replied to Adm Aiieffs invitation t i esuine the government of Mancha la under Russian protection lltissfe will rev quire the names of all to b submit ted to her for approval for pro posals are tantamount to ml ibiry oc cupation and every Chin on real izes that Manchuria is lost ins atfI + UI lIoutlJern rohict tvfn 1 be caused if Japan Inten The trade and financial outlonvery gloomy i IJ saysroTnln rioted November U ore ring withdrawn AN OPEN SWITC- Passenger I Train Collldn WithI a hYlcoh lRKtn at leavea + iert Six Ieman Injured Lvnvenwbrth Kim Nov 1Anopen twitch caused the northbound Missouri Pacific passenger brain Sunday morning to tale a siding in the yards here aooto collide with n srritch engine Application of nil brakes checked the speed but the fol InJundS Chi cago ear split open Arthur Maxwell Si1VbrokenCincinnati face cut and bruUct Bud Lawrence colored cook St Louis CnlghtrinThomas nIt colored Lynchburg Va bruited A COPPER MINEBURNING Grave Fenra Are ISnlrrtnlned That It CUM Not lie Hxtlnunlhrd The Loss Will Be Large Butte Mont Not 12 Fire broke out In tlio 206 foot level oh the hell mine an Amalgamated Copper CO- t property Saturday night and Is still tanning It Is under control Viit grove apprehensions are entertained that It can not be extinguished Tue ore In this mine is free milling coq taining a large percentage of sulphur tend fire once started Is a hard projjo sltlnn to handle The lost will cir thinly be large The source of the lire Js unknown Secretarr linn IeuleI hn Itamer tnryitrrporrtJuatthe cabinet before the expiration oi President McKlnhys first term Ais lettup n he would do niter Mnrcli 4 next YerUen Lnteit Scheme a London Nov 12ChnrlcgT Yerkes says the Dally Express hoe a scheme to radiate eJcctrJc railways for long distances north of London nnd to build lowrent dwellings fo workmen In order to remedy privy ciondlng 1 Claim 5elf DrfenrlIMuscogcc la Nov 12 ThosO ensqity attorney Bhotnndinottullj wounded Noah Wattn twbbulleu tak menaretense 44I I iM4 v N 1tKi ift J r r I t I c-A- r Il i IIUf h ti y THEIR CONJOINT NOTE Teresa Will Pr Mat tt Cilia the Jul1 ii of a PreUmlaary Treaty t I A Hyatem of Imttrrlleu Hum He j InauKurnlrit IM the AftOlalpJI age That Vet All theII Requirement I London Nov 13Dr Morrison It wiring ftu the Tlmeii from lektaiftoldSunday says- Pressedby the coon desire for iv pcedy tcnnlnntlou of present CORII ditioBS the foreign envoys have finally agreed to the following terms to be presented in n conjoint note I which subject to the approval of the governments will he pressed upon China as the basis of a preliminary j treaty China shall erect a monument to Baton Von Keltelrr on the site whCrtljj he war murdered and send an Inipe rial prince to Cvtiniuiy 1o vouvey cm njwlogy She shall Intliot thn death penalty upon 11 pUnoM and umclnls already nunutl and miHjKnil provincial l xam inatlons for the year where tho outrages occurred In future nil ontII clnlM falling to prevent nntl forcign t outrages within their jurisdiction J shall be dliniissrd and jKinlshetl This In a modification of Mr Coo gers proposul- Indenslltyt shall lie pl to tho II statti corJHjrators ami Individuals The Titling XI Yumen shall IKJ abut Idled1 nUll Its functions veHted In foreign minister National Inter thcourseI emperor as in dvlllzcd ountrltI Tht torts at Takn And the other tort s i cm the const of Chi 11 shall br raxed and the importation of anus and wa material prohibited IVrmunrnt It1 gntton guards shall bo maintained and also guards vommiinicutlon be tween Peking mid the sea Imperial proclamation shall toI posted for two years throughout th I empire supprwmlng IJoxem Indemnity IIs to include tom pcnsatton for Chinese who sufferedl through being employed by foreign one but nut tomi muitlon for nativ I Christians The wanly ihlsslouarjr and Christians do not occur in the note llrrliu Nov layThe German fur tlgu office emphatically denim a state ment cabled from London that nego nations for an extttittjon of the Anglo Jeanne agreement are In progress Xhe Lokal AusrJgrr publishes tho following from Its Shanghai conr vpondeiif satires from Hankow sa that the empress beheaded a ttuntbr- of telegraph otlk lpls wIt acceptedl a secret me magtf front Emperor Hwang Su to Count von Waldr nrr Informing him that ho the emperor was kctit n prisoner and null unable to tarn to Ickm IfThty also sap tother executions occtirfnlln ivi1Ii lion with the nmtter The national liberal executive com mtttrtf line adoptetl a rrtmlutlon In dorsing Ute government plan of pal icy and especially Its decision to pro teat German Interests The Cologne Yolk Zeltung Monda pointed out Unit there are growing imUeaUoun of sharp opposition to tiro governments China policy Herr Maximilian Harden in the Zukunft ridicule the Imperial chnn cellor Count von Huclow on the kalers agile managwr and fills upon the rdchstag to regain the ins t confidence of the German people through an energetic opposition to the Chinn policy of the govern nerd MARK TWAIN Jferv Park Newspaper Men Olve a KecrntloH to the Dlcllit galahed Ilapcorist New York 1or13The newspaper men of New York paid their welcome homo to Murk Twain nt n recaption given to the dlstlngulHhrd huntorfs- tit tho New York Press club Montla night ProfcsMionnl men in all wnk of life were present anti the attend ance Wits so large that the rooms of the clubs were tuxed to their ut mgst capacity Mr Clemens jiiade one of flJII char actcrlHtlo humorist niHfchfs Th central Ilea of his adders Wuii that humor luau Its fonudutlonH Ih gear ity and KcrlouHnesn and ho relatedII- n number of sad events in life from wliiqh he secured the material for llit utpHt serious stories Henry Vlllnfd In No More New York Nov 13USnry Vlinird the railroad magnate died at 1hla1 home ArdsIeyonthcHiulRoii at mid night lie had been ill a week A cgld brought on a compllcntjon n diseases The immediate caifse of lil death wia apoplexy It has been ar ranged that the funeral will take places from the residence on Wtdt1 day afternoon at 315 when the nor vicesI will be conducted by lien Theo lore C William of Tarrytown Tho Interment will bo in tIle family plpt In Sleepy hollow cemetry Cfanrnrtl Wit h Bmbc leJHCii- tMlnnenpolW Minn Nov l3Chas W Schneider until recently auditor of the Uraincrd it Northern Kallwoy Co has been taken Into custody o 091r cer of the company refuse to htata thei untqtint of the defalcation The Date ef Meetlmc Changed dotwte ef the nutloiial convention of the te iievoleut and Protective Older of ElksI tthluh meetd hers next year his bees changed from the wick of July 10 to tllat c f I fr p t 1AY Idf fItP lt4rltf f eFil 1 l frfl i4 r y CIIA llt THAI A FUNIRAL- Ro CeneUtd to Par the Doctors BUI as an Keuaowlcal Var meagttrabetallwhich he vouchwi At a tmU town In the ttte there were two doctor one of who kd a great reputetlea for the curietotefitted and the outer war not aiuchfood Thcfavornf ttoctarfouad his teretces in greet request but as payment riLetlaatpay in advance One winters night he Wit rouged by LowoII fanners from a hamlet ten teats awaltheof one of whom was them to go to the other doctor but they refuted aayicr they would prefcrJiU services Very well replied the medico kiIsi that case my coo iis tea dollars the motleys to tie paid now- ThewQ4ranlonstratedbuttba doctor WM obdurate and shut down hit window m treltedt however to hear what they wou4 My WellI what will we do uowf asked the farmer whoso wife Wilt mt And the reply that was given must have Wen aa rttying as it was amusing to the Ilttcaiogdoc It war torI il Thee1 funeral would cost you more A New FlreBitlnanUher A tdentUt tuseetla that milk be used to names ot burning kerosene because milk forma an rnultipu with tilt oil which emakesmore quickly 1be best medicine to quickly cure conitipation indigestion dyiptptU lilloumw or flatulency Iit llatetlrrs stomach remedy andhat a record of over stomach remedy and hat a record of over fifty years of turn Try it also for malaria I curs and ague and be convinced tHt wab1IJ 1 that hit room be changed t ben Hiked angrilya I that room and 1 dent get along well Last tight i tateI I thought I never would go to aletp After 1 had Clujht a frw winks I was awakened ie matjurj itrsgoit die UMXMIC i There is wore Catarrh In this aettton oti the reentry than alt oilier dlimiwa put to gibber and until the arty few years was noeseyears doctors pronounced it a local disease 1I sad prescribed local remedies and by tan scantly failing to lure with local treatment 1 pronounced It iiftarable Sctenet haa pnve n catarrh to be a conttituttanal disease sad i therefore requirrt eontututwnat treatment Halts Catarrh fare nunufactured by ir1Clieney 4 Co Totedu Ohio n the only renfttttutienal taro on the market It ittaken inttmally m doses from 10 drape to a teaspoonful It ads dirtctly on the lioN and mucous surfaces at the ayittnt TIt1 oiler one hundred dollar for soy rue ft fills to cure bend for cirrulao sit testy aonwU Address F J Cheney 4 cTo ledn 0 8oJd by Drugeltt i cfHill s Family Tina are the heelt+Tritlmoar I 711 yon ought to be able to tell a finish t I toran caw I I dont know about that replied the proceedkg I and are Me perfect are to themselves and all arounu thorn beauty Vrhloh health alone can make permanent ia crown which raises a woman above other women Such beauty Is always accompanied by a sweet disposition for snappIshneM U a iiurb sign of ill hcnlUt Mud leaves Its mark quickly on the features 1 Itseems to bo tho fashion for women to Ignore health 04 d sacrifice It to the little C everyday triM or offer It up on tho altar j of devotion to dally tanks Then apIa tho nervous organization of women U COB 1 atantly attacked by womans natural ex pcricnces so that it is prnctcally Impossl ble for hor to retain the beauty whlck nature gave her she hu dUcrlsal eating advice and right support ry Gr for the Blood anil Nrv98 byethe women vhofo strength Is the genuine strength of perfect health Dr Grccnoa Ner Turn blood and nerve remedy bridges tho chaste that separates the sickly woman from happiness It fills her veins with blood that Iis anti clean WM E Bowl of 85 Farrlngton St flushing la I saps 11 In regard to myself I have suffered for years with dlscose having tarn troublod with great ncr vousncia female complaints lmlcrUoii nnd treat weoxn M cull prostration I dill not KnowingI toN many cines but they all fatted to euro me jSL tuatll grow trono rather than better howamuch good Dr Grranos Kprvura blood nod nerve remedy WAS diilnp IB r tor everybody who took It seat I thought 1 would IIA IiII WOMEN T SLEEP Aveltl Nervous 1reftraton 1 ii i i Ifpew are daBgrrowly rick what II- tM ist feat duty of your physician Ho cutlet the MenroiM system ho deadens tune Mill ami you sleep FrtoMh ask what U tHe esua and thee answer come 1la pitying teaea McrrouM proetnrtloa It como upoa yow so qwwtly hi Uio beginning that yow were ROt alarmed awl when Mi deMt 4 jfM ntgkt after night until your ey fairly tatracd in the darkneas thfta you iewwd 1lia Mrvoaa roar prayl1 Iw IIfeta I MM A IURTUC- TTu ought to have known that whoa yota ceased to be regular In year course and you grow Irritable wIth out cause that there wan serious trouble somewhere You ought to kapw that Indigestion exhaustion W9inb displacements fainting dlwdawi hCAlJAcbaand bnckocho send the nerrM wild with affright awl you cannot sloopI I Mrs Hartley of Ml W Congrct St 111 whoso portrait we pub IWI suffcrotLL all tIleIo agonies and IM entirely cured by Lrdla R Pink loons Vwjelabl Compound j her caw should bo a warning to others anti her euro carry cohvlctlcm to the mind of erneY sullen if OMan of the un falllngcftlclcncycrf Lydia IK PlttkhaaVa Vegetable Ct nip sad ti DItrleua fleasects Varalms llajly JHlycen taaW th finest dessert dues clear and park1ltl 1sad drlietousyg rived1repated is salts ate It u only nccewry to dtolra m hot water and set away to Cool FUverts or rtadW1ldwinesad IrOtnMlJ PBES I ii 1N I I IW1t1t4II14II aaUqa Irt Or sisNur Ud a6M Iu tnl CUlaYIR4UNMI HO FOR OKLAHOMAa e v a wrbw4roo1II1MkMnW te tvMUrIOWA wtrer ar te 0 fr na rFelr-q si s Mfr1Mf + It rr UItrrd lwss Olarr Mssl rt1 p + WYr usu rnr aM wall p tlAII 5 lia Fun ICh raWeel reiarar PuREBLooD i AND STRONG NERVES tatYMtklagncM real troubles battled with attceetfnUy uea blessed with health a constant joy The a J unless seno- silervura pure Mns well iisad to lay turnrUo I DRan to gain gtrcnKth every day I am ve thankful that I tri11ly1 1aJ1aadrig r TO PRESERVE WOMANLY BEAUTY X 4 At all the stages of a womans life Dr Greenes Nervura blood eau utireV remedy Is shows to be efficient to ward off the results of nervoHSBcss or oY err Iwork ur impure blood From early girlhood to advanced years ibis world renowned medicine builds up tho forces destroyed by disease frlef or over exertion and the effects of tints great medicine are quickly felt and permanently freelyNothingpair the exhaustion from acute illneM nothing will work so continually to the preservation of beauty aa the great healthglvinff Ncrvura Dr Greenes uAiee U at M West 14th Sheet New York City where he may bo consulted elthurby getDrGneoaeaadvteeLtr f i1tL i6ri rf jrUr OW IfF- I M t i t 1 arra M 1 CM r n K rmmlI 1 lt 1 Ir J F 5 l Ye ci J t I c 1 t f t taLr A 1t A j i Ii 3REELECTED He Carried the Country By a Larger I 1896IJ 4 iKttt enMle Likely to Re 48 RttcIImnI1 Democrat and H Index prmlriiu with LrBUlaturcf r IN Three State In Doubt p Chicago Nov 10 McKlnley stud JtootoVfli love wept tho country r f1ho republican candidates Imvo iae sAired a much larger vote In the elec tonil college tbun they had in 1811G C Four year ago the party anti lta nl lien earrirtl 24 states with n total oleo total rot of 271 Now uc republican candidate carry 29 states with n to tat electoral yolc of SOS Moth brandies of the new cougrc r jbU41 Leon isudo dccUlvely republican iin the great sweep embracing the whole of the north Kuvingonly tllree mall states in the mountain region n If die far north I All the border fttulcu which were republican four yours ago arc re puhhtxm uowDclawnre Maryland arid W st Virginia Quo or two MjtiiJicni states have conic very near Joining tho prooculon UIJtnn1daw gains vThcy hove hold California Oregon and NorUi Dakota which they carried ta agoTflgyswept Nebraska Can MII South Dakota Washington Utnh- Wbnttng and limbo all of which were or Bryan In 1600 Of the 13 state of tho American Unman MeKinloy and Hootcvolt cart ry HO low than 29 Bryan and Steven fcon Ifi or 10 i Tha iund United Statos senate will i im wkly Im republican 40 demo u r1144 JrT indapeudcni 0 The login luiwro In three states are 4 ubtful NO CONTEST Heiinullnnim of Kentucky Fnrmitl Uunrrilv Heckhamn lllrcHon n iovernnr I HtotlUff Ky Nov 131Uie repul Illcan Uie executive copimlttve Mon day afternoon imnuxl u statemen iInl whlah it cnncedo the election ot Bwkhnni anal announcos the office of g0vcmr will not he contcAlcd In t tufl ifalument which covers over two- t11wr6tnn pages the committee setsI forth the fult of the olecthm andI HIP uoH lftioun under which it wnrI Jithill tatM that months ago the dense ocrftttt MiahorltlM decided to holllI Uia tdonUoii under the Gnrhal law Spwfflo fltnrge ut fraud in Breathlt imi Varrcn Fnv te and logan ro JttlIc ithflflttje and 110 thc Uh- I I irrFlon of evn dlIu rct hnifot1j Ilmft of the elan coats UI attril- tuoa Yrrktdefunt Tho stntrmenttShI Hive at length the charges of fraudI inn general way It says lunvctci that lit iVKtili has left time republic sins full ojt hope an the jmrty hu loniQUMniittf that In nn open fight wlth nn shoat vote or third ticket i It lens a plurality in a fair election llriinblhoiirt and democrats who rot od lift Vrkp are commended Tin I J tQjitHiUlro fcUtra that It con not ad fid as 40 oongrcssloual or electoralI etltttCMt i MHHfKl ll rini lrte Return Jlvr MclClnle a Vlurnllty of Over 0HMI Oea trratAnoeniMy Hriiutillenit- j Omaha1 Nob Nov 10 Almost comti Pluto returns give MoKlnloy a plu Uty In ebrnka of over 000 Fine republican state ticket is apparently laud by from 1600 to 2060 The vepnbliudiAi elect congressmen in the Pirnt and Swond rind tho fuslonls t in the Third Fourth litho and Sixth a iJidtatricU 1 the lfflt tufe the returns onI which nnJ not yet completed L willI i probably ktMiidi Sotinto Itcpubllc tnllJl 101 fiulonlsts 10 vacant 1 1It i lfoiHo KopiilllnunK 31 funlonlHts 40 tdi R IN DANGR OF LYNCHING t Ith llpllevcil Tlmt the Munlorer of 1 lllllc LnuUn Front In Under Arrest at Driver C il blunt CoL Nov 13 Hheiiir Free 1 lull bt Lincoln county after a lengthy t II iiitorvexv Monday with Preston deer t IjiF and his two eons Negroes tinder rirrept hurt nnuounced11ts bullet thut 11hn Porter one of Urn boys wns the f iirdwvr rot Ixiulmi Pros the l1wrar v old1 daughter of lU W Frobt nt Limon Cob laKt Thundny inteothmwfi 1hnlC lolIgh It ift certain flat mho IriIlO1I 4Srwllt bo lynched on his arrival there 1tft Hin father and brother will probably j lm reknse- diii t k Aiuerlenn Soldier head ChatTeeii Vat TakU reporlwl to the war depart r i lijcitt M iday that William Men l r 1f 1 Toirjpany K us h Infantry died of dys r Cntury on the K1Jt Inst t 1 San Irnnclnco Hank to ire Almorbetl Jriovn FrunclKco Nov 10It became r known1 in this city Friday that the hank of BrltUh Columlila n local In stitution Is to be nhtiorhcd by tho Aj nntullun Hank of Commerce The IJ 1 amnlgamatlon will take place at an rj ilClrJy i date r r 1Mirk Twalnw DtkiitflilrrI Now lurkI Nov 10Miss Clara I Clomnna daughter of Mark Twuln- hn41 dccldid to become ti professionalI t niror Sh will be heard iu concerts IIfftiringthendiifMiln sion t 1 THE DISPUTED BOUNDARY l Canadian and American Niur y am Will OHIrlnllr karate V the Line r Vancouver P C Nov 131t 1nI atIsl that n letter has ben received from lion Sidney Fisher dominion minister of agriculture stating 11111tI Canadian and American lIurrcolll will olllclally locate the boundary line in the disputed territory corn prising the valuable Mount Hatter mining district This work in to ho begun lit soon an Um winter now ills 1JCLrJDominion Surveyor Douuc wnt here from Ottawa for the purpose Jinx re ported that after an Investigation In believe that ul the rich mines of tied district hitherto supposed do lie well over the American boundary are re I ully in Canadian territory Col W II Dudley United States l consul at Vancouver xtatcs chat repII resen tatIons have been made to himi regarding the dispute by both Amen can mind Canadian officials and that lie U1 In communication with the luteII department nt abha ton regarding time advisability of reopening tho tn tiro fjupstlon All of the mines in the I disputed district arc owned by tmer Icnnn who maintain ithat their property IN located in tho United Stutua but they have taken the precaution of nlo recording thoir claims in Corn ndnIEXPOSITION ENDED I f- It I Clonril In n Rlaie of Illnnilnatl and AVn Celeliralrd lly n I MuM Fele I Paris Nov 13The bonming of U cannon from the first story of the 111 fcl tower onnouncrd that the ox poMtloa of Itmo hind ceased to exist It ended In a blaze of lllnmlimtlr a the final evening being celebrated by j night fete the attendance however won small visitors being kept AWRY by a cold drizzling mlufnll Thin wUdom of the nuUtoritieM in refusing to prolong the exposition further nn was warmly urgctl InI many jmrtcrsI n Htfto time ago was vindicated by nn examination olldAYI of thu buildings Many were found toJxo in a lamentable condition Oftlcial statistics show that this ex l Upsition wan n glgnntlo miocfSH fromI the mint of view of nttcndancI which anus double that of the expo kltion of 16H9 when 25121075 per Bona passed the gatci When the pitas of the exposition of 1000 clow Monday onilng more than 500000 Itersona lad tossed through rime British and Bnlgians hruded the list In 1S80 In point of number but thlll year time Germans wore Hint and th Itelglnns second with the British far behind Americans also fonncjl a- very notlunnblo contingent 111OROCC R FUSES sir tyro WIIl Not lsr Vllt slate la- I demnlty Hattle Shin Ken Itirk Hovering Year WaHhlngton Nov 13 Morocco lists ccllncd to my the demand of the niter States for nn indemnity for the killing of Marcus Unnagin n nat raHrd American citizen United States Consul Oumiurre will reiterate time demand and time state departmcn believes that with the rnltwl StntcA nttle skip Kentucky hovering near Iti will bo snort Impressive Washington Nov 13The lien ucky arrived at Algiom Monday The Dlxie has sailed from Algiers for lie- zhrtst Till Vixen lens loft Hampton roads for Key West The Ix ydon hu left Newport for New York 1hn Lt nldas anti the Pompey are nt Laus berts Point The Yunkton is at port UOJII The Potomac has sailed from Norfolk for Yorktown A COURT RULING A Dltorcetl Mnntnn In Not a Conip lent WllneIgnlnt ller Former Ilnxbnnd Jefferson City Mo Nov 13ChiefJ- ustice nantt of time tupremo court Monday nilinl that n divorced woman is not n competent witness against her former husband The justice re- rursel and remanded time case or Adolph Kodntt tionvicted in St Louts or nssault to kill Mm Josephine lrctlth boiMUKO the dofeiulant tens nvlcled on time tasllmony of his divorced I wife 1loutit for Secretary of Agriculture Indianapolis Ind Nov 13 Oov- Inmes A Mount hiss been suggested as secretary of ngriculturc The hire- seat state olllcera who Are serving with Got Mount ore agreed that Irell- hlellt McKinley could not find n better muss for time department if he Intends W construct n new cabinet The gay ermine IH not seeking time place Illennlnl I2leotloim In 10- neM Moines In Nov OReturns Iro iu 30 counties nil that can be secured before the ofllcial count show- that tho constitutional amendment prot9ding for holding biennial in IIlclldor annual elections in Iowa lira undoubtedly been ndpptcd by 25000 plucdlty a Diet 9ndilenlyr Cew York Now 13Irnnl Jnrvls- fatten inventor of thcs hiultlplex tel- egrapir Hystcm which was purchased by the Western Union Telegraph Co- amid of the gyroscope used on vessels for giving time position of the rerrel in midocean tiled suddenly here Monday night Life Saver Rewarded I Copenhagen Nov irPrcshlcnt rcJKinlcy boa sent a life uiivlng medhl to the sailor Ole Onesenwho shred two mcmbcrK of tfhe crew of an AmerI- Clin schooner t 4 t THE POSTAL SERC r It is Reported IB a Satisfactory Cu dftUa In the PJdllpplntlJ 0 German i BMPhatrJcally Dente That the Augle flerntnn Agreement Will r I He J deadetlII Washington Nov 13 Special Agent W Erwin of the pout ottko depart went who has just returned from nn investigation of tho postal service in the Ihlllpplnes has reported to the postmaster general that the affairs of the department of posts there are in Jk roost satisfactory oriditlow parr tlcnlarly us regards finance The re Port ways that Director Genenil Vail le personally receives till stamped papers sent to the department of poste and counts it in the presence of two wltncms In addition to thp regular ledger accounts kept by time cashier Mr Valllo keep a private Account of the rccclpta and Ismieu of s nmpcd paper This Is n perfect check on timeI canliters ncenunt and enables him nt any moment to know for hinuclf I the condition of his postal nccounta No one has nccci to time Prlncipal stock of stamped papers but the dl rector general Mr Erwin says the system of accounts kept by ihe eash fur is entirely satisfactory the books being wIll lkept and posted dally Jima director general exercise a careful personal supervision of the accounts of nil time olllccs and fltntionn throuf out tho archipelago and had inuugi tiled n system of Inspection to meet all requirement What Impressed the Inspector the most ho says watt j tho simplicity of the methods adopted and time consonntlvc character of time I Kiipcrvlftlon It has not been deemed necessary to organize numerous bureaus and tim- ework of time department has teem or ranged so as to secure the best resplts with the leant expenditure of money There were 303 native Filipinos and Spanish OH the payroll of the postal amid telegraph service In Manila at the time of the military occupation The onUre service in the archipelago now employes only 58 Americans and 55 natives exclusive of the soldiers de tolled at inllilary stations where the work is wholly performed by the millI Jury forces The services of time natives me reported satisfactory The inspector reports that the wi cry allowances are moderate not prrotcr than would be pail In the United Status although tIC cost ot living is gre ter in the Philippine atqtract people after tin novelty wears off and better allow auras may have to be mode Time xystal service in tho Philippine is ilwolutoJyJclcptMidcnt forwtra JrtaLion of mails on the military service and the report says that higher mm ary olllcers favor active cooperation along this line this is not secured mfllclcntlv to insure good norvlc Ply report says under present com Jon it is not advisable to increase the number of post office there be Ink now of post offices and 81 sti thous COLOSSAL TELESCOPE Iror riokcrint Begin the Rrectla of an Olinrrvntiirr at Wanti latvn Jamalen Kingston Jamaica Not 1JProf Pickering of Harvard university has begun time erection of nn observatory nt Woodlawn near Mnudcvillc for his colossal telescope He hopes to take observations of- tho planet Eros early in lcm rand will subsequently undertake ob rvutlonn of the moon and Mars nportnnt results are expected PntkN Monte Sold Nashville Tenn Nov 1LThe land oni which stands the old home of lames K folk and in which ho dial- has been sold to T W Oate of Chi1 sago and J Craig McLmahaii of this city for 30000 The old house is be bog tons down and Its plate will llc tnkel by nn apartment house contiiij 0000pto bu named in honor of the former president Troops Itccnlled From Iorto Illeo to Washington Nov 13Au importan order putting Porto Rico on a pence hauls and involving the recall of 1000 neriroit troops and the discontlnn once of the classlfloaUon of that Island as a Rcj ara4c military depart uient was Issued by the war dcjmrt mct1t Monday Hcrciifter Porto Rico- wlll ho attached to the department of- the cast headquarters of which are In New York city IWill Accept the Challenge htragoAov 13 Chlcsigo yachtsmen will accept challenges for time Cynnda cup Issued by the Koyril Canadian Yacht club of Toronto According to President Thome of the Cllengo Yacht club a sjridlcate will be formed just ns noon OB the official challenge arrives for tire purpose of- gettlug u cup defender ready for tbe- race next Hummer V IlcuUi of MnrfUH pnly Cow Yprk Nov 13 Mnrcitsr Daly the copper Icing died Monday lie had1 been ill for many weeks rat the- lintel XcMiurlandH of llrlffhts disease 1SCcraltlnwH recently time end seenud- near but Mr Daly showed wonderful vitality and rallied Cnit Murray In dead ilnjjstoji N Y Novi 13caItT- nwrclltc M1 Mnrrnywho commanded the famous confederate cruiser Nash vtp c before liar c pturoi a bJhecJredurstte government is dead nt his homo In Maitlin t t J T wee tAN APPEAL FOR AID i llesdredof InJInim nt Cook Inlet AjLA rt Sloyly Afff- tnt Slnrvntlnn Tacdma Wash Nov 12Mrs fromLeoksfullyhalfrectlwi comprising flvo tribes i are slowly dying of starvation The ill jiux fwhite prospectors has resultld IR 11V killing of much game and the Iwtts ia are thus deprived of food and- of dim s for clothing They dried sal modat Stnnmer but not enough too ar i andand winter finds 400 to GOO ef 1kk It1 without enough food to last imMi ecember Mw Smith who is the wife of a wealt- hy miner dMtJed her stock of previsions with the dctitute Indians and sow appeals for further aid Moot II of 1Iteee Indians belong to tho 11 s 4M church but it is powerless to help t4ezn Unless pravfrions arc sent in by steamer at once she says hdn dreda will surely die 11dk living At GwyaIIarbor eight years ago Mrs Smith then Mrs Martha White swam Into the surf and rescued three drowningfor MILLSrA Plan For Controlling the Stile of Their froducU By Spcclnl Agent Ch rotte N C Nov 12Tlie great niajofity of the yarn mills of the rout tare entered into the plan ot cont lUng tho salt of their prod agentsMill4050 7 producing spindles have sIgni- fied heir agreement to the now well propoRc1byby ilA board of governors of the Southern Cotton Spinners associ tlonj fTte object of the plan Is that limo aejUng of southern cotton yarns be placed in the hands of a limited numWjrof northern commission mer chum ten or eightwith n view to the reduction of selling costs nnd the prevention of speculation in the product of southern yarn mills by time middleman or commission merchants The fact that mill men represent ing iftr treat a number of spindles hate tjlpeedJ practically insures the- suceess of the plans of the Southern Cotton Spinners association OUR EXPORTS ij Manlhli Statement limned By the Hurmu of StnUtieCoxtpa- rltj With Lost October Waahtegton Nov 12Tho monthly s SXSt of the exports of domestic pro ssued by Uij bureau of etc Wnt dilring October tIle ek as foliows eomparisoi Lea do with October 1889 I 6 tuffs 21013832 decrease 2lt 0 cattle and hogs S9235I mousse 653000 provisions 13U 4 a o deJreaNe 711000 cotton 60391 07he ease 32043000 mineral ells 013079 decrease 463000 rotol fortthe month 10VGOGSO net In reaw 29 0s094 For the last ten north i tae total was 055018873 an- lncrea e aa compared with the corm poadi ig dIn 1899 of 32055 WO EL CTRIC PLANT BURNED Thu Irr t Car Synteni at Norfolk Va i Badly Crippled Hy a I DUaitroBH Vlre Norfolk VnM Nov lThe CAt shedsimcl electric plant of the Norfolk Railway and Lighting Co In untfravllie a suburb of Norfolk was busily destroyed by fire early Sunday morning Fiftytwo cars and time clfctrical maclUncry were destroy 1x11 The loss 1J150OOO covered by insurance The street car system was badlyI crippled Sunday A fuse front IL car In the burn is supposed to Hav stnrtni4J the fire The pre department saved the local distributing de pot of tho Standard Oil Co which ad joins tIe sheds TRAINS COLLIDE 4i Ch1IC ierwoHH Were Killed anti Ml trcH AVoHUdod at Choler Lerot Nrnne- clarisXov 12flght persons were killed and 15 wounded In n colllslou ttwtchva suburban train and an express Saturday niornlg at Cholsty Leroi The nuUtirbaii train was enter Ingtho station to allow the express to 11fttJ fan l tkf5jiaiclilent occurred then tho uburban train being tele seoltIl QJjoWrcclcjige wan complete nud thq line wns blocked for hours nTheyrkniiiin JuiuncUed1 Newport News Vn Nov 1Them- onitor rkansaB was launched at the shINnnitfhe event was very suc cersfui nnd the ship rode out on tho- Jntnts rivmar without leaning to stl1r- 1I0uni or port Mian hobble Newton Jont+ daughter of Car Jones of Ar 1 n asfchristened the monitor as It started down the wmfyns AnVerlcan ell elAiitiarei- ontoB Nov 12According to the H0I11tnnoolrtSpomlel1t of tim- eDnlir Mnjll time American ship lnjn- min I newtl1 Capk A M Sawnll which rtvolijul HongKong prior to SeJl- tombl5ft21 from rclnlanUe whrreI- Ille loft August 0wis driven ashcirii during the typhoon Friday night Suicar KeMncry Unrneil rfp leans fov 10Thu Sleeker II8ugarC 4ronr Alexander way destroyed byI tirei Frjdliy Loss 1200000 insurance utOooe l M nv t4M ttf4tfidE fEElsiiffMi lr j STATEN r 5- 3t13t r 1N u nn Jt J J I + 141M7 11 ENGLISH METHOD The fig hone Breeders Wilt Adopt A a New Mcheme InnlHponlnir of Brood Mare Lexington Kj Nov 12 Mess Keene Haggln Wiltneand Belmoi thattJ of eastern millionaires who nalntatai magnificent breed- Ing of establishments in the blue grass and keep them stocked with the best strains of English thoroughbred blood are going to be n bit more English this fall In England it lis time custom among wealthy breeders each year to sell off such matrons ot the thoroughbred harem which have ceased to attract the owners fancy orwhlch for the reason that he has become a bit longon some partlt Jar strain he must be rid of to give place to others of a different and usually more strenuous strain In other words it in a system of swapping mares under the hammer In this country it has been the custom for breeders to keep the mares they Lave bred or bought until they die or becoming unfit for further use in the j jid are given away to some aged sky farmer for use as a road hossIFrom the establishment of Messi Keene Hoggin Whitney and Belmont about 200 head of highly bred broodmares will be sold at auction In this city during the second week in December This does not mean that these geutlcmen are shortening their studs Their representatives say theywill replace time mares die posed of with Others A Contest at tezlnK on Lexington Ky Nov 11n the circuit court here Thursday attorneys for John W Ycrjtes asked that Judge Parker enter un order requiring the election officers of precinct 21 t6open the ballot box and take out the sub book which had been illegally sealed in time box and not returned regularly Judge Parker grunted the order and the book was taken out Friday morning Both democrats and republicans have prepared to put up a stubborn fight on the canvassing j of tho returns Friday The ork began at 10 oclock Both Arms Mangled Kopkinsvllle Ky Nov ICoward Jrame a wealthy young South Christian planter was feeding n corn sheller when both hands became en tangled in tae machinery and his arms were drawn in and frightfully rushed Ills left arm had to be am minted ut once to aye his life Th ghtVnrriicVwaV bfoUccB in ecreriiit pieces and the lingers of his haBd torn off The Power Case Frankfort Ky Nov DTIle transcript of the record in the case of Caleb Powers against the common wealth has been filed in the office df time clerk of the court of appeals and Chief Justice Ilazclrigg fixed Friday November 23 to hear arguments In the case It will be disposed of before the close of this term of the court Drowned In the River Henderson Ky Nov 12George Fult aged 23 was found dead in 15 Inches of water In the river here on Sunday morning When last teen alive it is alleged Fruit was iitox iilcii nnd it IK believed ho attempted to get into n skill fell into time river and vas unable to keep his head above the water Fruit leaves n widow anti- one child To Itnlne Ilrlglan Stare Lexington Ky Nov 12The Kentucky Belgian liars association has been formed for the purpose of pro luting the raising of Belgian hares In Central Kentucky It will bo n branch of the national association Officers President George W Bain vict president It A McCllntock see rt t Mr II Brewlay treasurer J It iron AilnlrH Ufllclnl Vote Columbia Ky Nov iorimo official count of the volts cast in Adair county is as follows McKlnley 1713 Bryan 1413 Yerkes 1719 Bcckhnm 14i2 Cnrdln 4 White 11 congress- Iloreing 1707 Smith 1443 Pltinill ties MeKinley SOlTerkes 287 Bo reing 201 There were 311 otes- cast in the county AVnuU 9 3000 Dniunxr Louisville Ky Nov 10Attorney J Speckcrt filed suit for 2VO- Oniagett against Magistratt Slmdbun because Khndburn Committed thn law yer to jail three hours for alleged contempt Left lira Cnt hatIOwcnsboro Ky Nov 10 Yillluti Taltrip of near Deceit Grove Me Lean county came In contact withII rcular saw and his left eye almost out And his brain injured Iii- can not live KrrKuuona Itoinnln LcKliiKton Ky Nov 12 Tho body or Janice B Ferguson the noted nrtnr who died nt tin Good Sn nrltnn hospital Saturday night was taken to Louisville Monday naming Tiro funeral services were held In diiipcl at Cay Hill cemetery where thetsady Was interred at noon Fire In H Kewtnnrnnt Lexington Ky Nov 2The Dell catcssen rcotauraut on Main street oPposiju 1ho Phoenix hotel was JutI ted by tlrq at 315 ovlock Sunday Drnlng Loss J3OQQ orrROBBERS TERRIBLE WORK r Dorter Who DUeovered Then Captured and Locked Dp in a Rank Vault for the Ight Barboursville Ky Tovr1OThnrs day midnight Dr G II Albright WM crossing the public square la freai John 1t DIekMRk when fear men rushed out and covering hint 4 with their pistols ordered him to 3 throw up his hands which he did lie was then taken to the corner ot the building and carefully guarded and told if he looked at any of 1Iieoilcaptors he would be killed t After several explosions ia the teak one of the men in the building m 1 tiered the doctor brought in To robbers thrust him in the vault rail nt they closed the door one of the men said Have a seat Doc Dr Albright remained in the vault until 6 ojblock Friday morning open J hour The time lock and outside ydoorbut the inside door was not opened There was about 5200 in the vault none of which was taken except 300 The Cumberland Valley bank was + also entered but no damage was done we F telegraphed for nnd every effort vill be made to Sad the burglars A PLUCKY OFFICER 0 r lie Mounted a hone After lie r3ad Been Nadir Wounded and Cap turgid Aallantw AVinchcstcr Ky ODIolltemR1 John Tnrpy vast shot through the body and in the left leg l y Jake Baber whom he was tryipy to arrest on a charge of drunkcniftfss Baber was amusing himself by firing Into a crowd of men who were peaceably walking along the road When the officer Started after him he turned and began shooting at him larpy fired 12 shots at Baber none of which took effect He then mounted a horse and though wounded almost to death caught his assailant who was running away The wounded of fleer ia in n serious condition Saved IIU neck Louisville Ky Nov DIn order to save himself from hanging Belt Dil lard colorcd4Thuralay pleaded guilty to killing Charles Harris on August 11 omit asked to be given a life sen tence The Jury granted his request The murder wns coldblooded DU- llard shot Harris a fellowworkman because of a quarrel lie went out f and bought a plntol and wpon re1 MstFtilCjtll+ rtt text + nReletaro2farrsli from behind Will Fight Dave Snlllvjm Louisville Ky Nov 12Tim Calla Irma wired New York Sunday night that he would meet Dave SullivanSa a 25round bout nt the Auditorium IH this city on November 19 under tho tirspiccs of the Southern Athletic club He declined 1o train to 124 pounds and tho match IIs at catch weights Accidentally Shot Off IIU Arm Carrollton Ky Nov 10Leslie Car- lisle the 17yearold son of If V Cnrl- illIei living near PrealotivUle accidentally shot hits left arm off with d ai shotgun by letting the hamsvec strUm against a log- In CarlUIi County BArdwell ICy Nov LCarllslec- ounty with two email precincts i missing gives Bryan t5S4 Yerkes 441 For congress Wheeler democrat 1299 Deckhams majority tie dale DpGoebels1 majority was 738 t Hancock County Vote HaweHvjlle Ky Nov DNhe pre duets Bryan liDO McKinley 1110 teckhnm 9U7 Ycrkec 1113 Allen 911t Lynch 1102 Yerkes majority 1 116 Taylor got 176 majority Tried tor Carrying 1UtoU Winchester Ky Nov 0MoselF- eltner and Farmer Gilbert from ireathitt county were arrested hero t- for carrying concealed weapons and were fined 50 and 20 days in jail Henry County Eminence Ky Nov DAU nre eineta in Henry county complete give a dcuiocratic majority for IJryan and eckham of 714 an increase In nia jority of 342 over the election of 1890 A Political Quarrel Falmouth Ky Noc 10 ificJmasl 4Iackctt shot and killed1 J Hamilton ati Brooksvlllo The trouble originat cd over politics BeckliomH Mnjnrltv In Franklin Frankfort Ky Nov I0The om- clal returns as canvassed in this iunty give Bryan 1033 majority and eckham 1070 majority The Vote In Lee County Bcattyvllle Ky Nov JcI1H ti returns from Lee county give Me Yerlicaat majority of 221 A Bloody Record 4 Frankfort Ky Nov ICUOl1o Arm Kelly a whltf man shot nisi Irrb- ops fatally wounded Richard Olurk colored There have been 21 h 4- cities mist in this county since last Jane uary and if Clark dies os cxpcdtcd this will make 2L j- une Thrown Out ig JonllinlIKyI Nov 121he ofl Ial cC unt in I uwroncu county gives eI1 i- Iudey and YcrkuA 99 nmjojlty apd Pugh 70 No procln jt par retr y Nerqhthrown out WhdifJbecn pewtatenl repute L 1 F6 T7L-r 1- t 1IIII la1irlf 4 i ttrnlowkksssk t c i I ATHE HICKMAN COURIER- s 1 Icorgo Warren 1 HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY NOV 10 1000 i IrI I ANNOUNCEMENTSI1j jII e f COUNTY 8U1T OP COMMON SCHOOLS 1 1 We aro authorized to nnnounco Mr EM r MITT W KOACH as a candidate for t11 If i effico of Cointy Superintendent o f Common Schools of Fulton county I subject to the action of the Democrat t ic primary to bo held April 01001 We are authorized to announce Miss I onndidatrCommon Schools of Fulton comity j I subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 6 1001 FOR SHERIFF i Wo aro authorized to nnnounco Mr W A NAYLOH as a candidate for Sheriffr of Fulton County subject to tho actiont I ApraIII y Wo are authorized to announce GEOKQK CARPENTER as a candidate for the of lice of Sheriff of Fulton County sub- jectj j to the Democratic primary elec clan to be held April Oth 1001 We are authorized to announce Mr F t TOw WRIGHT as a candidate for the lrofficeof Sheriff of Fulton countyII subject to the action of the Democrat I ic primary April 6 1901 l I b I FOR COUNTY CrERKII I We are authorized to announce S D LUTKN I as a candidate for reelection V to the office of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April Oth 1901 j t We are authorized to announce Mr LON BIWFOKD oa a candidate for the t ltf office of County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic priB mary to be held April 0 1001nv COUNTY JUDGE It 1 1ftf We are authorized to announce HIRAM J CoaatyJi Democratic primary of April 0 1901 I lnKearby for CountyJudge The Comer today announces Judge in Hiram Kcarby as a candidate for re election to the office of County Judge be subject to the Democratic primary April 6 1901 He has held the office ORe term and has made an honest and In upright official He is too well known to the people to need any extended la redaction by the Courier His re electioa would be the endorsement of an holiest official I +On Face of Returns Oae year ago tfco face of thor election cretaraeshowed that Taylor bad defeat ed Goebel for Governor and the dem qcrata coateeted claiming frauds Then the Republicans claimed that the Dem cerate ought to submit Now the con ditioas are exactly reversed the face of the returns show that Beokham has do feated Yerkee for Governor and certain leadiag Republicans say they intend to or contest Beckhams election and some leading democrats say the Republicans ought to submit You see it makes a 4 big difference which ox is gored In c truth the Democrats had tho right to Republicanstl1 vhaTe same legal right year it y I Why iNebraska Condemned 4XrBryancWhy Nebraska JAr Bryans home State went for McKinley has caused more criticism than the result in any t other State The explanation is plainnI When Mr Bryan answered Gov Rooso I Iveltsquestion If elected President is I what will you do in regard to paying 1 1Goyornment obligations Mr Bryan I will enforce and obey the i law This WMa declaration that be ty would pay in gold because the goldI 4e- aj standard is now the law Ho could jl j have answered in no other way consistent I with the oath of office as President is f t lint n sufficient number of his tree sil I f ver adherents in Nebraska and other r western States considered his answer a of his former views andII IIrecantation1 I against him Thus you seo Mr Bryan was crucified upon across I qf gold an expression he himself i iI t famoust r oFrom Chicago to the Gulf A t t hertt k e rKreatDrainage Canal to the U S Gov eminent conditional that the Govern j f merit will agree to build a great Ship i OJ Canal by way of the Illinois river on i through the Mississippi to the Gulf of r 9 1Mexico The Chicago Canal cost 33 i K 000000 Senator Mason of Illinois is Ji pledged to push this great enterprisein II l t r6ii the Congress Witch convenes in Do cember They expect to sustain such a 1 3 waterway aa will float the largest ocean I I j vessels from New Orleans to Chicago iTbescheme is not new for it has beent discussed and figured on by hundreds of engineers for the past 20 years and r startlesrI l 1 9 the country by a great scheme to float ocean steamers up the Mississippi 1 Strange to my the practical river men do not have confidence in any probableq 1 1r1 say that it is impossible t If to obtain and hold a channel of sufficient J I a r ale depth and all know that it would cost millions and millions of dollars AndI yet there are others many of them great engineers who not only think It JJOSSII blo but practical and that it will be ac complished in a few yean State of CubaI I It is generally believed both by dem ocrats and republicans that the annex Mimi of Cuba to the United States or Iftho establishment of an Cuban government under some kind an American protectorate would be to tho advantage of both people The Democratic party for years and yearsI oven before tho Republican party had 1nu organized existence favored soul such policy in its party platform deck a rations And there lire comparatively few well informed people who do not believe that sooner or later Cuba willj ibe a State of the American Union There are only two objections to the annexation now 1st the consent o 1 tho people of Uubn and second the 1promise of this Government when entering the war with spam that tho Cubans should have an independent Government of their own choosing The is now and was even before tho wa I with Spain a party In Cuba favorl t I annexation but the continued presenc- of U S soldiers along with the pledge of this Government that they shouldl j have an independent Gbvernjeut of their own choosing bas for the liaraI I being at least stcugtheued Bad increas ed tho nutlannexatlon party Kant festly the correct policy should be toward peace and fraternity leaving i the Cuban mind that they will have all1 lie liberty protection and advantages C that the Constitution of the U S guar I The same grievous error was as to Porto Rico and many Re e publicans like exPresident so declare Exaggerated 1alk of Election Frauds Tfco bitter partisans of this country b in Kentucky have talleR In ptotriad and corruption oa their opponents election matters and that is notably true when an election result proves to close Men who would risk their property and lives on the Integrity and honesty of a neighbor or fellow citizen business somehow or other are wOtkJ ed up to the belief that that same neigh bor immediately becomes an Incarnate 1 scoundrel when lie happens to bo an electioa officer In this connection ii- is refreshing to read the Interview pub published with R D Hill the Repub lican U S District Attorney for Kea J tacky Mr Hill says that as flU as he I can learn the election was the fairest titer held in Kentucky and that in hisI pinion what are alleged to bo frauds are unintentional mistakes of ignorant election officers The Courier has no jj doubt that Mr Hill is correct as to theI j last and former elections Not that there are not sometimes planned pre Jj meditated frauds oa one or the other both sides and where such occur in yestlgations aad punishments shouldl I follow but plaaaed fraud ia tho exceptII ion and tho officers of the election gMlI rally are honest and commit no inten tional treads Of course the partisans newspapers aad etablttered politiciansI I rated tho shout of fraud fraud and keepI UD txpm start to finish and thereby get ocst men to become inflamed la feeling and distrustful of each otherc But in all truth and fairness 00 per I ent of such cries are mean humbug gory and slanders upon the people theII Democrats and Republicans THE Democrats polled about seven votes in the recent election and though defeated by a largo majority It not to bo expected that an army ofII seven million will surrender uncondi tionally Therefore all this talk about leaders meeting to reorganize tho par is all premature Time and condi dons must do all this C THE BOYS LETTER A mother sent her small boy into tho country and after a week of anxiety re tbntJ h and I went out in a boat and tho boat tipped over and a man got me out I was so fall of water that I didnt know anything for a good time The other one hits to be buried after they find him His mother came and cried tll the time horse kicked rue over and I have to have some money to have my head fixed Wo are going to set an old barn ou flro tonight and should cantle if wo dont have some bully fun I shall brlnJT home a tame woodchuck if I can get him in a track- BROWNS WIFE ARRESTED Fulton Leader It will be remembered that several weeks ago the Leader published an ar ticle relating the experience of Sam Brown at Arlington Brown was twice attacked during tho night about four weeks apart The first time some ono throw a hatchtt in tho window strik ins him on the knell and painfully in njwnngshot fired through tho window with a shot gun tho load lacerating his arm Evidence secured implicated his wife who was later arrested Her trial will come up at Columbus this week Fulton County omcial fate The election commissioners for Fat ton county met at tho court koase yen terday and completed tho count of the vote as cast Nov 8 FOR IRESIDKXT Bryan 1487 McKinley 18t lJrH1i majority 900 FOR OOUN OR Bcckham 1430 Ycrkes GSS Book hams majority 845 t itFORCOXORESI1 V of1Vheo1er1309 Keys fi78j yy Me IB Whcoler over Keys 815 F Ii 1Iti WHAT THE LORD 8AID A Sylvan Sprinrgillatoil aSVi It U Raid that two reprCtl1lltathtr tho Latter Day Saints or Moraoa Church that spent n few days in oar city ro cwtly met with n warm reception down on the river u few nlgkta ago They stayedi all night at a tMHCUSQ unit I the next morning ono of them HUUOUUC I ed to the lath that the Lord hail op pearcd unto him sort commanded him to alto her wino himself m a wife Tho IantrcImdrherRdeathewith it and it U said ake came near do gCtoatLOCAL NEWi = 1c = givingu1Capt Bates has bought the Alison Clark place price paid 1000 awl it in rOtreatfrhnrgdof 10000 mTraln leaves at 13riJ5 thu CV- cRlagtDr Union City for the accouuno fdatioe of those who wwh to attend tho Inncs Band The Rev Juo K Msaor fl f1 wiltIegin a weeks services ie the t1placa al church OQ next Monday night at 7 clock All cordially invited 1aTrain leaves at 1iJ 25 thu ove aMamodatlonlanes Baud i A saw mill in tho bottom beloV lick man belonging to Mr R T Tyler wo terduqNot IThe following are the BOB nets selected tn GravM county sonarstHarris clerk Harry Co Uct j tailor David Record Bchool BUfMrbitendcnr Perrlagtoresentative L Ib Weatherf ro Notice to the torr It is oar purpose to buy corn Igaln this season in lliclcman payia tall ncoWenowlatestdmprovedwill have his office at the seals Wo will be remembered u having kIt up paces OQ com at HIckman the p two seasonsThanking yon for past patrooafft and soliciting a continuance of same fo aro Very truly COIOLD GOLD WHLSKET The genuine OLD GOLD WfllBKEY be obtained in Union City Tcnn from W R Webster only Any other denier there offering it or claiming to have it is practicing a fraud Tmrrov MILLETT Co Distillers Owcn xwa Ky STOCK SAVE On Tuesday Nov 20th lOCO I will ll Stock Cattle Milk Cows ono lot of Hogs tic at public outcry on n credit of 0 months purchasers giving bond and good security Sale on my place rive miles below Hickman near tho Brig gancc place B W McCLURE Farm for Sale Containing 110y acres all cleared and wader fence Situated on public in Mud Creole neighborhood and as the lip W Kasley farm Good rangeFor102Qat It b1topRiti MOcow Ky iw 1 TO HAVE GOOD TEETH- it is essential that you take goal taro of them A little caro now and youll- everregret it years to conic Our careful examinations and work mark our professional HCrvfccft iw ills NothIngCharges that are met with pleasure On XePALL k UISMIJKES i- sr a 1- LIT I AItl Silver Novelties for ChristmasIncluding nil kinds of Fancy Toilet Articles Hf tho newelt jiMIr nsullnrrnnlcll by tlw Sohlenker k bit aranton puruhuscq1IOttof repair work nilI I 1 IlondidcuteoorQ tho rushI I I C J SCHLENKBK tj Horcndos Building Clinton Street ftUI i j1 lJ tTt7 8 0 = or nnStovei Boards 0 I Stove Pipes ii i i J Just HEATING received Stoves a largeSTOVESj l r t j BIg of U J Gall and see them j Also renieinbor we are solo MontNI I for the Tamouf fJ 1It I 1 No fiiuohe no ashes less woodt nodt innru bract than any other L stove made I r I Como and mo them tj j l P W S ELLISON 4v f Coal Vases tea Coal Scuttles 1 11 S j1 qn r 7T7 TY L= Tt Art NIUJ Al4tm11llJtAn AikUma AUrmUocki AIM Urea Liii Cau- A W latrrs- tt kreul batter Molds ratru + Jbth TIlt osaMroIu Jlrtl toneI- A11UJCH soma lmf M lO u creches lln ecrrN lulls Chamber Seta Cut heat Chuang rashes Clottict narks Jw Bolls Clotbri LiDM anus Cream rrtettrt Cherry Sosdtn CaD OIoentn Cork Vullen Con Poppers 1IbtI- IIIUM IiUbTnn bttJ PHILLIPS BUTTORFF GO- NAyfHVILLE TENN LIRGBST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERSI MANUPACTUKCHB New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE STAMPED JAPANHCD COUNTR- Y0HOLLOWARE MANTELS te GRATES eaanFura4Prr ttioQeet luU rtoarMft FlroScrrfta FrulUan Fluting Ireas- Ft Trste- tuft f rrua1 Drain iTlveu Game acu- OaaoSIC mow drain Scoop llunmrn heating Mores namnutb list Itukr hatchets Jiolydsr Goods MAMMOTH Bronze Turkeys I am offering this season full blooded Mammoth Turkeys trout PRIZE WINNING STFAINS low as they can bo offered by re iablc breeders anywhere mud very rtwpocttully gollcit U slwro of your patronage Tile head of sly ilockwas sired by luJG pound bird and ho bs nbt very far buhind thlx iKUro The prim IH Mules 8225j fo mal crt 81lO each JOHN A McCMJHK J Fnrdinund Miiddox farm milo liiflt of lift Hermon Churqli P 0 addrcf Hlcktuun Ky U24t r 1y NTiVE All perils tndpbtodto rut by noto or account aro hereby notified that their accounts havo auto ptacod In tho Jinnds of Mr Ira QWJCII tor collection Ho can be found at tho p toftllco 1 loose cull ou him at oiico and settle an Inufrl tho money I tflllYto U h llAnTIrp i Cecur 11tWit Ilan- ropOut utsSQ- Mcfli tbltrsCarpel f wwpri CUMeUn tncfleu ak Stan mutCottn rod IIrnIt- IUt uIk r JJtn now lIrth ea- halm ahati4e nut LauOt + Ibttt Micron newt llruuuti InllIrUJftI Ire sven IraoMur beams lee Doze- saaitMeti J m Kali OrtM n kitchen saw- sIamDp1OeII taN 1 lawn awtng- sLwa Settee OF PLAIN AND STOVE AND cut LaaD41f Stem Lull lawn Costs Lanwnlll Loop Wlrki town Cbkln Metal I ollolra Milk cabs Metal rocks 3n1k shakers MUK Strainers Melt lIt prR Nat Crackers Nutmf if inlrr nil Storm unit TitleMl eatu- Ialeat lens I putt LosPatet lawns lutatSadkekexathere lIltttteqiitarr IUI 1stINIIJWrtCM1llltll Roma Tnta JWtIIC ITm- htt5 Jill lOOeketsaetswasting sun Moos soak luaMfn Malt Iltlda- vliIewea SstweY711ersGrub Mnnga Yap tQMotII Meak lirtikn2Ioap tacks Slop Cans tYMma WHOUIAlt aND IInalL ASK YOUR- OCALEltf wnirr POM caTALooND rilkl Seta tapsSets Toiral toilers TuUct Mw IUi Te 111- C41bermJbn Tunn Urn trmbrfUs Stands VMM fmuutonWino Hits Wood utps- wood rautsia whale frau Whirr Coolers twYsttr Illteq- roatbine la us Wood or Tin WIn or OutKira forUia inning Ilogm tnIMrj lAundrr Kltcbrn IIJ H I CnlieCholeraI find it to bo u grunt nudiouiH miyn Mr 15 S riiiprH of 1ntoun Ark It our ApentookA wtiiB the glksl opinion if not pmtoo of tlimf who nxt it Tho quickourtsi it of foots even in tliQ nicwt Kovere oacos nmlfo hyCowulllM Ohiiw Bluto Line- 4tllltltlliYir111caii1 1 V4i1i1e FULTON CIIM3UIT QOWtT J M Witlitip Iluilltiff I RnmtyTomNotlwj IIH hqndiy given Ito tlio iirudliora ot Mary lunorr dccd tJmt the I UlhlrlI slued vifiiiiiitiatviiiri ill the I Oirooil Court under nn order in tho nlxjvo atyhil cause will nttoiut rat his olllco on tho corner of Jackson anti Ktm untilthinJ of this court 1001 to receive nnd hear proof of claims ngninstadd decedent mid that nil claims not presented to him and pnivou Itst hqtiireit by law within thfi time specified nhoAUl bo forovor barred TAYLORMast QourtI1DyJlm1 i 1 I 1 1 1 Mixed Paints M oII 1 Wu havu uitilcd in our large stouk tfr i I J l IAITI Sri- f II innplulu liiuv ofYI d t i Ready t r ill7iedt f t fiIIIrtta11k5R iil r xAll CO DRSttI and jjnaninteodtO ho of iliti BBST QTJA3LIT jIIIUIIII 1 1 t IIVOljlIJ 1nUCHuIto V l l 1 7 r a Ii Pittsburg and Eureka aoaoiup inli U with tJaskllwhl1 hard jOroO1l iprotnjit ntlttntlon ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FORON DELIVERY ALt UltIJKi OK 8TUAM COALS Alex A Paris Son CITY BARBER SHOP t To my old ousioiiuni Vo nro hero tofltny Nobtwly will aupitolnto aronr tmtnmago or tuku more plfannrti iii try rolfllbltbrhtinIJnvruLWll1l1lov IliU J tlhltiv fi1 nrkrr NkNNA irbarehoWin 1 ready towelltlkCfnt youJUH Ivt DR 51It DAVIDSON JDentiBtJ OIOEMAK KKNTUOKY OMoc w1WUrue f LIVERY STAElilJ OUJHJSITE u u pitittY1 H POLLOCK r Propr First claps urnouts hu carrltiLcH Nale tcmiw ojUsto6iurs Horvea with courtly nod iiolilnncsrf lntronoKo holieitcd Telophono 1- 0CARUTHERS 7 BAX RY A F TI i Y I f I FRESH DREAD CAKES CONFECT I TIONERIES ETC M- rwi4 OUNTON KTKKKT 1W ICt 9iYTulephu11u IC E EAKERXu 1f I e Ge xelnl Gcod b Powoll look Clinton St I j4 rrVlaving Itcwet the Orac r1iIIOk o lobArrI 1 fil oral49 i r- f 1 r irr ii tirixo h- h16 f i t il 4 a 1 llHllrttiiU Time Table j 1L 6r St L It R 1 LKAVKXi ARRlVKM- lVI raiu No Mii S30 I No 1i21lIU ald Ite tlZ et Vila j bolTralllI No t tl4U p Ulo Local and Personal II f r Eyes twted freo at Bucks Dr DUttMkcfl UI in Mayflod n tow Jaya thin wcok- BSMoFALtS+ J DlaMUKEfl the palnfeaK i deutiHt Mr Tort U P Uanluor of Uulou City was hi tho city last week i1lfI e Mir KINOS Kits OH tine Rocker n wilt ticklu you A M Bhaw wart in from Sato Lmor tft Wodncftdiiy on a tmalwww trip JA lArGot Mr Andrew to rvMr your watch ut Books tAttOlAey Wayne TliouiM of Fulton WWI u vfedtor hi the city Wednesday Mli Mym Robbing of Now Mad rill Mo vUtted MlM Ircnu Faris last wiok i SuTutth oxtrncUd jKwitivelv wllli out pain MOFALL t DfeMUKttf 1 IsavUitlug1 the family of hor mother tiN IlCttlo Lyuo HIT Fine Furniture nt KINGS Kut price will Interest you MlMC Minerva He Daisy Ccnley have rotwiMx to May Hold after a viiit to MlM May Fris IS KINGS lied CouchcM and iu perb Upholstered Goods will peaHo you Hftttto McCorklo a upgrcM of Kuox vllle Teaa JIM twood white with the exception of her ejchdi Tho Governor vote will bo counted at Frankfort Dec 3d and tho now Gov ernor inaugurated Dec 11 arKINO8 Kuta on lino now Fur niture will save money on your ncedn in that line weightUvcrasttF Mr Wui Powell formerly of Hick man came down from Fulton TutIIY to attend the funeral of hU brother J W Powell Kid Hardetuan will ill his regular appointment at Mt Herman next Sunday nt 11 oclock and at night All are In vltedA negro roustabout shot jm Hell tho mate on tho Georgia Lee in Cairo Sunday The negro escaped The mates wounds are notserio- urgTeeth without plates MoFALL It DlttMUKXS The levee in under way By tho time thin rcachou the readers of the Prcwt about one station will bo complete Thin Is aflym1 Lake Co Pram Pecani WaateilI want to pnrchttso 15 or 29 pound of now crop pecans at OneitQAIIrriij fur Cuts on line Furnf turc Wants For Sale For Rpnt last Found to Loan etc Inserted in the Courier at rate of 1 cent n word each In HorUon Personal mentions free SKIN0S now Sidelwords Kxlcn ttion Dining Table and Chain at Kut prices In the talk of tho town Padncah Sun Ed Walker lately of tho Clinton Democrat will not go to Texan to practice law Ho has taken an luterett in a St Louis printing house and KOCH to tho Future Great to rouldc byMOFALLtt tIII tit t Tho election of Judgo ORear to tho Kentucky Court of Appeal makes that court Republican for tho That time since tho civil war Hut If they are alt hon tilL men that should make no difference BCrown and bridge wr +c a special S r ty MDFAitL DtHMCKKS the painless ifenttfttM s tLDlllhol Hargrove presides nt the an nual uiecttug of tho MethodUt Confer f coco in Hosolou nt Martin this week Tho api will not Lo announced beforeSundayi i IQuWo nro going to sell theso Dug gloH on hand at some price If you want u- A imrgnln now IK your chuuco Call at once and we will prove what wo gay woI do we do do E E RKKVKH Co It Honest Election League Agent E k M Headloy was hold to answer in 91001 jI bond at Paducah for bribery No do fense was made and tho only motion was fur a change of venue i tfif lufiuro your life 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Blacksmithand Undertaker t HIOKMAN t KENTUCKY x tt t 4S r t 1 1 t I JT wantBlaekamithing OJ Wttgoni c Hor + eehoisga ipeoIsUy I alto keep a full line of f Undertakers Goods Common itoeedvood and Solid lsliektWalnut Coffee and Cases which cabefitted up In abort notice and at reaeoi able prices Gin ma li Mil Ttlcl Shop near the Jail L It I o t o C t JD 1MAo Ik P W w li4iIYnye v s 1 i c 1 II it 11 fiv- w1 tf ad 1 V I F I e V r CAPTIVITY OF JOB r Dr Talmage Urges Us to Avei ff Selfish Thoughts J L II II Vliurraxetory SclfConeentrrftlon the 1 Gantt of Too Many 1t tCopyrlgtd I 1900 by Louis Xlopsch N T Jf1i1this discourse J Talmoge wars I y cn uarrowness of view and urges a life i I helpful to others text Jpb 4210 i 1ild the Lord turnedl the captivity of Ii 3ob vhen he prayed for his friends r q t lmparatlvely feW people read till i llchapter of the Book of Job mt I I enemies chapters are so full of thrilling iflslftent of events so dramatically por trtivcd of awful ailments and terrific dreltiter of domestic infelicity of star cato passage of resounding address of i i i omnipotrncy proclaimed of utterances showing Job tor hove been the greatestI i r Scientist of his day an expert In mining i arid precious stone astronomer and gpogrrapher and zoologist and eke ti clan and poet that most readers s npI before they get to my text which I strangely and mysteriously announces I that thf Lord turned the captivity ft Jpb s bn he praJc N for hili rrlendll TCow will you please explain to me 1 TVoty Jabs prayer for his friends halted 4 catastrophes Give me some good reason why Job on his knees In behalf of the welfare of others arrested the- nag3f precession of calamities Mind ujouIt was not prayer for himself fo then tile cessation of his troHbles would ohac1 ryes answered list the portfolio of lite disaster was rolled up while he Efphatz ti tfftl V Temlnlt Biklad the Slinhite and I I f 7 Jlr te X mnthlte I must con t ewib you that I hind to read the text over and over again before I got Its full tnaNlngIHI the Lord turned the p captivity of Job when he prayed for rt his friends Well If iu will not explain 4t to me 1 will explain It to you The health j iest thbmost recuperative thing on earth to So Is tostop thinking so much tliboutourselves and go to thinking the welfare of others Job had 4beenstudying lib misfortunes but the more he thought about his bankruptcy th poorer he seemed the more He thought of hits carbuncles the worse they hurt the more be thought of his unfortunate marriage the more intol I 1 1erable became the conjugal relation I the more he thought of his house blows I L dowiOhe more terrific seemed the cy f clone lila misfortunes grew blacker t tr and blacker Hut there was to come a reversal of these sad conditions One r day he said to himself I have beent dwelling too much upon my bodily all ments and my wifes temper and ray r bereavements It in time I began t ilink about others and do something for others and I will start now by pray r InSatmy three fIi dLThin Job I dropped upon his knees and as he did io the last ehnckle of his captivity ofr c troubles snapped od fell oft Hear It nil ye ages of time and all ye ages of captivtt itV of Job when he prayed s friends The fault with most oftJs is too meeh dtconcentraUonour health our J fortunes our advancement our social position our achievements our losses our defeats our suffering our peace I Ication our life out death our minor tallty Of course there Is a lawful and j andj1and temptations we must look after our own interests andiour own destiny or we will go under Do not wait for others to take care of you Take care 1 j of yourself But It will not hinder our preservation and prosperity if we en large the ftfhere of our wishes andI I prayers so as to take fn others The law In the natural world would do well i fOf the moral and spiritual world The t centripetal force in nature would throw everything in toward the centerI J utDreJI center But the eatrletst and the centrifugal work btswtUsUlT together f skrirrerythingt bytheC outward Our worldl wills l4a wt deemsfeels the pull set etfcer xmoUf o j world no BaUoa ae mammmmUf nt I man no wemaa tan xOmtt to exfa only for Ittelf er bimtf m hrnelft The hour Jn whirl Job boa that co liloquy about the ealargtMetit of hii iI prayers so as to take inI his friend- I and he put into execution his good resolution wus the hour when he felt a tunic a sedative a nettine a cata plasm that helped to cure hits body and revived his fortunes till they werej a hundred per cent better than Perbefore for the record is the LordI gave Job twice as much as he had be fore and tended wonderl after his goneObI foir r I licit ft ranfty Anybody can du that There arc than I oftnqncu nInantfcipationl rt pray for their welfare Well I see you flo riot understand thatt Shea friends of Jobvcre the must tantaliz I i nunfr n When they heard of his bereavements t t accident by whirlwind an t11htning stroke they cnme in and sat down by him a whole week seven imYaInya and seven nights and the rec r Ii i a trd is none pnke a word to him I cJ + What a disreputable nnd wicked siti mlaurel Mind you they profe ficd to lhee s srelk oua men and fJiey oughtto hue eur1 ato C I i 1 H f d r p 1 soUtion lusted of hat hty 11 dumb as Ue sphinx which at that tlm stood In the African desert and stands IIthere still Why did they not anyr something about reunion in the Heav only realms with his children who had been tlaln Why did they not talk to him about the satisfactory ex planations in the future world oI thlnp we do not understand In this world Why did they not go to the apothecary and buy a poultice that would have soothed the carbuncles that wouldI or sonic quieting potion calm his nerves or as few drops off febrifuge that would cool his heated1I frame Not For seven days andI seven nights they did nothing andI wild nothing for his relief They mUlt- I have almost bored him to death- e After these three friends had com plated their infamous silence of a week they began to lecture Job First Klipha the Temanlte opens with ai long story about a dream which hoi had in the night and irritates the suf ferer with words that make thing worse instead of better and taro him in an attitude of defense against the lecturer Then cornea Blldad the Shuhtlc who gives the Invalid a round scolding and calls him garrulous andI practically tells him that he deserved alt that he got and that If he had be t hand himself aught he would not have lost his house or his children or his estate He practically says JobI I willtcil you what la the matter with I you Yon are bad you are a hypo crlte you are now getting paid for your wickedness No noadthat this came from Job an out lia rt of otherr quondam friend Zophar the Naa Jofb by calling him a liar and keeps on the discourse until Job responds to of I three of them In the sarcastic words Xo doubt but ye ore th people andI wisdom shall die with Soft Oh what friends Job had heavesI deliver us from having one suchI friend to say nothing of having three ol them It was for such friends that Job prayed nndwat it a religious tri umph for him to do so Would you the very best of you be in very devout mood and capable of making interces sion for people who had come to youI la a lay of trouble and said GoodI for you You ought to be chastised You nre being taken In hood by eternal Justice If you had behaved yourself aright yon would not have been sick or persecuted or impoverished or made childless OK no my friend you would not have felt like Job when he prnyed for his friends but more like Job when he cursed the day of his nativityNotice that this flagellation by the three friends was premeditated They did not merely happen in and come suddenly upon the trouble for which they could not offer a compound TIle Bible saga They had made an intervlesov WM prearranged They had agreed aa to waat they would say to the sick aeon You can see that their remarks were not extemporaneous What the said was sublimely poetic They rose Ia style into what in tater times we would call the Homeric or Dantesque But Job was not In need of poetry so much as a salve for his eruptive dis order He was not dying for lack of a paragraph In blank verse He was not KO much in need of a didactic Ilee tare about the justice of God as a assurance of the Divine mercy Som pieut rustic of the land of Uz not able ts pat three grammatical sentences together could have said something wore consolatory The meanness of tHe attack of then religions critics was augmented b r the fact that they had the sufferer In their power When we are well and we do not like what one Is saying We eaa get up and go away But Job was too ill to get up and go awa First he endured the seven days and seven nights of silence and then endured their arraignment of his m tlvea and character and after their cruel campaign was ended by a sub time effort of soul which this day u hold for imitation he triumphed 1 prayer for his tantalizers In all his tort there Is nothing equal to it ex cept the memorable imploration by Christ of His enemies No wonder that after that prayer of Job wn 5In once uttered a thrill of recovery shot through every nerve and vein of his tortured body and every passloty f his Itoy adding nearly a century and a half to hillts with flocks of sheep and filled the air with the lowing of cattle and wak ened the silent nursery of his home luughinsvoices of childhood seven sons i three daughters celebrated for their beauty the daughters t9 refine the sons the sons to defend the dough ter There is nothing that pays so well OB prnycr and the more difficult the prayer to make the greater the re ward for making It Let us all make a similar attempt t pray for those who vfx and misrep resent and tantalize us You may b very popular In the city or neighbor hood where you live but I warren tt If you are In activoI life there are those who wish you the opposite of wishing you well Are you benevolent They perfr learned They declare you are overruled and that what you say or write la of no Importance Do you try to makr yourself effect- e ive In church or hospital or boardi of directors They call you officious ire you wellI dressed They say arc proud qots u false report st tin the coniMimlly against your chart acter They believe It nil and add an other story to the fabrication Some of them pretend to be friends bib t they have the cudgels all ready for you Kllphaic the Temanltv Blldnd the Shnhite 7x phnr the Nanmntfilte Now pray for themOh you say MI cannot do 1 thought yo could u4 Urn you will grow in grace I 1 N until juu can Jot tt aswrtdy tail- e M welt as did Job pray for his exaa pcrntors You ought to pity them for defamers and detractors and the em vlou and jealous are not happy They hurt themselves more than they hurt you Better bo the pursued than th pursuer litter be the infant Christ than Herod the robber bf the Beth lehem cradles You want U bo a bet ter roan You want to he a better woman Then scale this height of trl umphant prayer and you will be tea times more of a Christian than yea ever have been It will prolong your life as It prolonged Jobs Lift You will feel a glorious reactlea that will lost through all time nail all tternlty It will steady your nerrea I will reduce your spleen It will regulate the pulsation at your heart Prayer is what some one lies called the slender niece that Ktertth the muscles of omnipotence Prayer Is the healthful respiration of thesouh It Is the whisper Of hclplessite latotbe car of help It fa laying hold efrlmighU ness omniscience and omalpreMnco at one and the same tune Prayer enlists all Divine and angelle reeaforccment Prayer Is laying hold of a pidler faa termed to the Heavenly throne Prayer is the first breath of a newborn soul and It Is heard In the last gasp of earthly Christian experiences Prayer In an instant it mount the highest heavens Nettles seraph nor arch angel ever flew swifter or higher than the infanta petition At her sjohers knee What an opportunity Is prayer Why not oftener use Iit praying for ourselves What better work would we do what better lives would we live wha better hopes would we en tertaln if we multiplied and ntensi fled our prayers Stonegenerals influence over his men Does pour general abuse you awcarfst you to make you march 1 Swear replied the soldier o1 En iC dots the swearing Stonewall doi the praying When Stonewall wets us to marsh he looks at us sober just as If he were sorry for usan I says Men we have got to make o long thereissmart fighting for Stonewall Iis pow crful on prayer just before is big fight In all the tossing of this life lAr hold of the rope of prayer mentlotid by John Newton who was contertU on shipboard from bring a blasphemous salter to beconte n great priories of righteousness and who sold 11sen I first amused mys lf with gblnr to seam when the winds row and the w us became rough I tumbled and tossed about like a porpoise in the wa fr At last I caught hold of a rope t it was floating about and then I was rubied to stand upright So when In j ri ir a npt rode your peace or when their I II waves of temptation arise J outwB for the rope pad stay younc lilt faithfulness of Qod kecpln tn yetaMy hearer I will tell you tti ims when you can afford to cease prat fig It will be when you hove no sins t be pardoned no sorrows to bo comfor d no more friends or foes who need ur Intercessions Queen Elizabeth aa1 ttt Walter Raleigh Raleigh when illyou stop begging Raleigh repl tdt 11When your majesty leaves off girl g eAnd your time my hearer to Stop prayer will be when Ood has nonjoro pardon and mercy and strength tojbe stow and the resources of the Infinite are exhausted Havelock knew thee value of prayer when he arose adieus oclock In the morning for his devo tions The soldiers of the Fourteenth Massachusetts regiment showed phat they knew the joy of worship whin they took a delegate of the Christian calledytheir praying placeo revaJ portance the blessedness of frayer suppose wo try to do what Jolt did when he prayed for his exosperltors ihlaasubject felt that while we could prey for Qurselves and pray for thons who were kind to us we never could reach the high point of religious cxpflenco Which we could prey for those who annoy and make us feel worse ibstead of fueling better That was a fatter horn that was an Alp to the top ol which we feared we cauldneserellmb but we thank God that by his omnlpo tent grace we have reached that height at last Let us pray 0 Christ who didst pray for thine assassins we now pray for those who despltefullyuse us usj cats When time fis no more may they reign on thrones and wear coronets and away scepters of Heavenly domin ton Meanwhile take the bitterness from their soul and make then soon think as well of us as now they think evil Spare helr bodies from pain and bereavementoAfter phi the misunderstandings attI controversies of this life are over may jublleclntdidst turn time captivity of Job when had prayed for those who badly used him and health came to his body and prosperity ib his estate now that we have by Thy grace been able tp make supplication for our antagonists curt our discuses If we are ill and reitor our estate If it has scattered and awak en gladncKH In our homesteads III- i they hnve been bereft and turn the captivity of our physical pain or Jlnuu clal misfortune or mental distress andtever Amen She Toll the Truth Miss Singletonl was surpnord tto hour of your marriage You of ten said you wouldnt marry the best nmu OB earth I Mri WcdcrlrWcll l k pt 11W9r1 jicmiknui Uallytcti iSt f0Jl mar YOUNG WOKAK AS AN ICEMAN One Who link n Ionu Woe or CHant In a Saburh of 1hllM delphla here tofore supposed to belong exclusively to tile tunic sex to be Invaded by women Iis that of the Iceman At Kensington one of lhllntltlltlln- pleOlant suburbs Miss Mary 1nrrl- is engaged in supplying the people with cooling cubes for their refrlger store nail la one of the most popular and prosperous of her guild So ac customed have time people of Kenslng ton become to Miss Morrln and her fine largo team that the matter has erased to be a wonder and rain or shine the housewives look forward to her dally trips Till was nut thu case however when the Innovation was begun Often cold looks met the courageous young woman Some eve nudjcltofy v two or three little communities the matter wan even adjudged by titterm scandalous but nil these com meats have ceased long ago All oi the old mistorncrs of Miss Morris aged father remained loyal and net ones have Bern almost dally acquired MJIIo a Philadelphia exchange Mary Morris Is 10 years of age She inI well known In the vicinity of her home where she was born and where her father John Morris and her mpther passed their lives Her edu cation is above the average Always bright In school her nallmrul SM Julck- nesIf stood in good stead anti her pleasant smile aided in making many customers during tho first season Attar her fathers lllenss which hnaI confined him to his home for some two years Miss Morris found that hish I business WItS fast dwindling awa owing to the neglect of employes Ko she resolved to attend to Its detailI personally So In company with her 13yearold brother jibe undertook to supply patroHH At time close of this season MIt thuds la toad of time dell cit that stared her In the face last year a handsome profit to her credit As a ruts she said the other day then speaking of her work everybody has given me the kindest treat meat Only two customers were BH gry beoAHe I took the route and after expressing their tlews about woman who would do suoh a tiling quit It Ii last fair to say that neither of thwe two were among thu first class customers persona buying largot bills Onoo my feelings were some what hurt at the theater In Kensing ton when two young men cried outs How would you like to be the lee girIT but after thinking over th matter I decided they wore only two cent theater door dudes ann it dldn make any difference Yes I am happy happy because 1 didnt fail and helped mt father and the rest of the family Spa has bee bcdriddei ftfr six months and nry older brother Is also nJInvalid My younger sister does the hottaewor- and Willie goes with me on the trip A stable boy takes care of the horses We alt work Father also carries o n coal business but the men drive th two wagons and I merely look after the accounts and see that the custom era are properly treated and this en I of the business has also kept up DEATH LURKS IN CACTUS Brent IUnU of Artisan Which Pro dare a Liquor That ray Ma ddeatag Distinctive among all the curtainI flora of Arizona where the vegetnbi- productions of the tropics the tem perate and time frigid tones grow side by side Is the Cereus glgantcut called by the Indians and Iulcau the sahuaro say the Chicago Chron icleScattered over the waterless plaIn and rocky gravelly mesas In every part of the territory these largest specimens of the cactus family point their candelobarallkc arms straight toward the cloudless skies not in frequently attaining a height of 0 feet iThe body of the sahuaro la corn posed of thin piece of wood ranged In the form of a Corinthla n column covered and held together by the outside fiber This lWr Is a pale green At some distance Jro time ground branches rut out while the whole surface Iis covered with sharp prickly thorns A large purple blossom springs from Its apex In May which ripens Into a pear abnpetl fruit by the last of Jung The fruit which tastes n great deal11It like a flg Is highly prized by both Indians and Mexicans who bring Ito it the ground by the slid of n long hooked pole Part of the fruit le eaten while ripe the ret is dried iin the sun or boiled down to a jam Until the advent of the mission aries to the Plmns and Inpagoca some 20 years ago the gathering ot the sahuaro was the signal for the most bloody orgy of the year All of the tribe contributed material for the saturnalia each bringing his quota of fruit to the medicine men This was mixed with water and Allowed to ferment tneh boiled n highly Intox tenting beverage being the result When all was ready the women dressed In their bct congregated 1 on top of tho wickiups ten or 20 laud died together for safety from the bucks who deliberately proceeded to+ drink themselves Into a state of fren tIe + t Intoxication Joining hands the began a glorious war dance the danc- Ing being mostly of side jumps which made the earth tremble like an earthquake During thcso bibulous feast a number of the bniYja wore fre quently killed The Kahuavo is shortlived usually beginning to t1ecaX nt its base befor s attaining its growth Iscarly nil the trees are perforated with holes mad t by the bird 1a UilJtrtlt for water Y I JAMES H ECKELS VIEW Say Dcmcuirney Musi Hcor mnUc on Mnr nC OtitTImp Con rervNIbsm In reply to u question nn to what hi had to any shout thu result of tin election James Kckeln snldi admir0blre demoscratlq I cannot bettor ox prc1r my views than by referring to It The need of rcorKanlutlau In the party orlot wfllbolnt or time countrys Rood An u party democracy cannot Rain nuccees without having In IU councils and mart axrment some business elements who know ant appreciate the country bust neap ureic Until the advent of Mr Ilryan and ao alliance with populism th democratic party could haunt a conserve alleclasses and every Interest It lust lout that position surrendered Its hlntorlo views on the nuiney iueatlon and nhnn tariffnHowever humiliating It may seem the party tnunt make n manly retreat until It itfrts back to true democracy It mar make tit alignment with A view to betax to Itclf those who will accept democrat Ie doctrine Instead of through a surren ider of sued prlnrlpl and acceptance 0 populismFirst bean abnnden avrealllaneo wllli the demooraey at hIt east Then too democrats must be recognized as leaders and not llvrr rtto PUblleanN old llme Krecnhneker and later day opullsts There must lx no further temporlslnir on the mummer ques lion or discarding of men nf tiuslnt at fairs elx3 nmnell InUerUjr The Nan+ r erntlc purty must In the future reontab llsh M reputntlnn tar nscrvnt om sad not be known sui a house of refweo tar wit radicals The demtiemw or UM north must notify tholr bnthrea In lime MUlh that in the future It Is proposed to lwv a wirty hro lnalllAd lit having It wit there And MHliwi fl in enuy amount r MttneihlHK north of Mknon and Ulxons lln It ean w of nut value tHor to far It- I r national affairs are coarse l elveyt CAn to the emimteta rrurranltauea of the patty wholly In the InUrtwt tlr the canoe tty We ennet afford la have one party In this country with much nt the son iwrvallve elvmepts In It ami one wHWmt any Hu h n eomlltvra f thine 4i pro motive of too mueh evil toe roach an l rnmt ntnt extrmlvacanee and too great IIII eoftjUUkRlstetteH no mjiwr whlll party It l VMlU at the poll IOU U Is tilts odd dmoerstal wreck THy will arttb sitbUn ttl ahttttWII pews and lnflo se iii Wea dyWVa aoMHir the Mii isrt tit many who here Ie fete hue anted wltli the party neat siren It a taiHMHff whisk wwi vfeterlw tar Its- tsndhtatrs and MiW ios STILL OPPOSES IMPERIALISM tlduin Murrllt Smith Miyn Ur Will Continue on nUCnlonlHl 1Llne beentI i the dtrreilRK farce In the CHtMihjK aunt mnvcuiienl In the woxt nations ot- tho JeaiTirrw In the eppoiMtJen to tide ueagrewnI Ingniit of thin SIJtMtt tfletleae war regunl the Hecillon M4nHpaM llio ofkmalrugrlrawill dam lit uhlfiil train seeking the toplimeeIslnmln the Illxrty and x wfre mlltrdl by the witfWltutloo He said thedcountry has voted to approve the eelonUI policy 11o know that many who voted for JIoKlnlcys rrrlixitlon are at herd op posnl to I hit policy they have however voted to approvj It Net other construe lion will be placed upon their act hy the administration no other ran be pissed upon it- Tbero are still those who desire to hold the United SIMM tarn to their course Thy will still fleht to presene ronstltutlonsl liberty The monstrous erxerelaeeany authority whatever euisMo eT the constitution will fat e Allowed In nro VAn without further pretest Tho reiiubllcan early U dominated by special Interests These Interest have doubtsuse It to strengthen their grip upon the government They will use their power In make It more difficult to dislodge them Sooner or later tho will gain thetioooMiful nttompt to nontrel of oventment Hen John C lllnck saM If tha de mocracy will reestablish Itself upon Its ancient foundation cut out pepulwim In all ltsphsres from Its platform refuse to war upon the Judiciary and the courts turn forever mom IniiiMHal hvrMten and bceomc A aln the bullion party of the pronexpansion It It will pledge Itself to the eternal territorial Integrity of the Amer qremnoymof Amerloon nation under Ida bid motto of an Imllvlilblc union nf Indo structllilo stales U It will dismiss from leadorshlp the urn who In two ntitlpnat camnnlRiiH have brought It to the verso of dlhonor molting It a party of repudia tion anarchy noctallsm und discontent and It after having done nil these things hull In cast faith call all ilomocrats together for counsel1 and coonerntlon and shall wltltdrttw the vendetta whloh has been sworn tiinlnsl the void dcnioeratit then it may hope for renewed lire honor and suecuftfl llejeotlng Ilryun U not liulorv hag McKinleylsm Hntl Mr Ilryqn been content to allow IU1n democratic convention to be n democratlIs contention had he permitted It to voice tthe sentiments of the democratic par ty nail register the will of that party the retiiniK would have Indicated nn overwhelming democrntle victory1 limit the Kansas City convention al lowed Mr Bryan to trample under foot the convictions of three fonrfha of HH delegates to place tits per sound judgment above the judgment of dime reprcftcntntlveA of the party und the presidency is the price Unit has been paid Detroit Free Pre r MeKIuIey linn been reelected diaysent course In regard to time pluralitiesherould noti express Itself In a more di rest way the proposes to coiiHtrue this election as u direct liutorsnmcnt of his coionlnl prognunmc ho will be violating a rc pon ibltr which reuttf upon him nd which his IIs morally bound to regard nn tr xoltmn trust Chlsago deeded IndJ r- C a COMMENTS 01 THE PRESS The eleytloii reMiIlM cHinu be oinslrucd Into on Indorsement f the colonial policy chnructerlwd us hi jKTlallHi nor Ho tthey wnrmnt ft con tinuation of Mind republican orr to the trust lIkKton Traveler I While the clclornl vote hrl an Increased murgln clecU cKlmlcy the imlniitlon of blc popuIftijiliiralUy in reptibllenii HtatcH carries with It a le bake Tlic rent danger IMI that the IliannaMcKluley coterie may take the venllct of the election QA an npprowil of nil they have tloneJNorton IVmt We stand tmcowrvd In time prei race of n victorious foe Wo extend 0our rongrntulittlonc to the McKInlcy sew upon their great triumph nnd m serve for burwlveK thin coBolatlon that we foUght for American princi pies followed n Rat leader nud west to it alorious defeat with a clear conscience and n unit reliance In the ins housetOnmlia Worldillernld That this emU the ilryan Chill b0fdoubted Vbnl remains to be seen In whHhVr it will sink Into Inslgnlfl cosec in whether tilt vitality oJ Juts great historic parly will rtnh It selfI by restoring to It HM oM charac ter and arraying It once again under leaders fitted for lilgli rr ponuljltlc and tmlntllnlJln till confidence offthe itiuniry Ilflltlmorr uus- 9ht enormous couwntrnllon of cnjtllol hrw become thn dominant power in this Country McKlnle s reelection IN not the sign of pope nr approval iIm It under whatever thetomoney pOt1r alone that tins tyran nixed over the popular judgment anti whether hy fair moan or foul hM prevented thin free expreMtrin of the popular wniJlill Jolphln Time Can there tit qHnitloti of the duty of JIllsl HAtlaiHkl deinoontej Coa there 1IH dmibt of time nfoojwltjr to turn rpKilutely front vnln nanilejinff Into time tklit of leitiutm Olillfne demoornpyT battling with reunited forcer rag unUag Momlnee ncccpt lftclIItIlI- I of Ixhwl SlBtna HO less cnrnbslyaUMH theyIMd t riff fir 81Ish1t Tuesday 41t lLawla Kejwlillp CadOnletcIy An nax4Wngnss- to aeetpt Mr IlrynHH entire tattonnt not store af a factor In determlntujr the votert o Nrge waases In the tJtfl- and trentnil weMtt tlttD desire to lay horse Mr MeKlnleyV colonial and foralgn IitolMaN Many repiilitlonbft and UeHMMTniK Mipimrivil Mr MSKTh Icy reader pmteat not bcattnj their likedl him hut baant e they likedl Mr llrsiMM r Hwr I and awortntlnnii lase + St touts l otnpnlthUHquenttormbly the cnfUalMnee- of good lames liolieil materially to make their mmHibtey successful UH queJitoiMUly nfeo there nre rcrtajn objeet Ift1fofH to llie deduenl frcrnHHe r tIftItl theyviii lay elowlvI to hetirt Jt gives plain ami unmb tnk bte warnings against the banter which environ n contlniwnce nt the administration 100111JJotoni Mr HrynuV tisappeanthce from public life will be assumed by the rxirtlKin of iiionoKily with whom time w1 h IK fatherto the thought lint the matsr do not fonnkke their en T abraskaphasthe mot fearful odd The rower of miPli a personality doe flOt depend on the shilling fortunes of politics for rermancntfoivitit for freedom against privilege must Timesfcmorrntl I The eopV with their eyrm wide open have deliberately voted In favor of n policy of nggrrsslannnel conquest throughout the world They mve voted Dint this shall bo n military rev public They hnve voted nguhifct nn Income tux und In laver of a high protective tnrllT and of big utiUMIcn to private enterprises They hive voted agnlrvM leplslatfon to prohibit or regulate the trnlltll Out let un not hnstlly nr ume jhnt this verdict In Its largest sense IN final TTjerc IIs no reason for them follower of niomji i IndianapolisSentinel Itrlionmonumental fact that the rfotnteVirttc party tad not support Its eaudfdaU tip1fr eontmrJthtITecrake dltmrganimtlon panic and rout Chicago ChronlHe The reelection of Wiliam Mc Kinky menu tho Indorsement of every violation of law every willful pcrverlon of tilt principle of free government made by the party In power during time last four years It mean that the iflteleat landmArk set up by the fathers for the guidance of the servants of the people Art to be devoted to vandal destruotlon by potterThatI system of trovernmeni of Ith c pcople IH to 1m relegated Into disuse nnd In Its place IIK to IIP crcctl n govorri nienf of the trusts by ne trusts and for the ttrusts 1nnsna CTty Timer Itthevictorythatdoubt Mr Ilrynn would have bale ttri thlggaritevcr Isiiie tics silver was tlend aqd so unpopular thnt even Hs eorpeettvpe riiongli to drag any run down to deJ feat TIlt cetond wnw tllt11P1tiV f i lIuThJIpplnelll rllcnrslrflrfll 1 I h F tf l- tr j I fit I 1 tr d n nunnnn POTATO LEAF BLIGHT rails Dlirnne slay He Held IN Cheek- sbr the Applleetlua itt Hurlaiu Mixture This disease lla widespread and de structive U Iis confined to the leaves and green stems and appear about tic time tie tubers begin to form but may be noticed earlier If the growth of the plants has beep checked In any wuy Tile first indication ot its pre ence Is the appearance on the leaven of gmytkh brown spots which soon be come hard and brittle The disease progresses rather slowly the spots gradually becoming larger especially along the cdgca of the leaflets At thi end of ten days to two weeks half of the leaf surface luny be brown withered and brittle while the rest Is of a yellowish green color Three weeks or 1a month may elapse before all the leave succumb The tubers stop v LKAF AFFECTED nr DLIOIIT growing almost as soon as tine leaves are attacked and as a result the crop IIs practically worthless This blight may be held in check by the application of IJordeaux mix lure This Is prepared and applied as follows Pour Into a SO gallon bar red 2S gallons of clear water then weigh out six pounds of crushed bluestone or copptr sulphate and after tying It in apiece of coarse sacking suspend the package juit beneath the surface of the water by means of a string tied to a stick laid across the top of the barrel In another suitable vessel such ae a tub or lUlU barrel slack four pounds of fresh lime Slack the lime carefully by pouring on smell quantities of water at n time the ob ject being to obtain a smooth creamy liquid free fom grit When the lime I1 stacked add sufficient mixture to1 make 84 gallons As soon as the blue stone is dissolved which will require an hour or more pour the Ilipe murk and blurstone solution together using R separate barrel for the purpose and stirring constantly to effect a thorough mixture It sometimes happens that sufficient lime Is not ust1 and as a result the foliage may be Injured Tow certain that the mixture is safe hdUi a steel knife In it for twoor three min ales nnd if the polished surface of the blade slows a coppercolored tinge add store lime but If It stays bright the mixture IIs fit to ue Farmers Ilcvlew SHE FREAK PUMPKIN abrend Taakee lnrnier have Tarnrd It lulu MB ItverIaereas- irE 8aaree or Income The modern farmer U IraAilrfg to take ndvuntnjfc of the we noses of nature says the New YorF Mull and Kxpreu One of these weaknesses is found Iu the lordly pumpliln Urulws a fjrowlngr pumpkin and the scar will never be Citarrtf uway lust will show In the ripe pumpkin In the shape of delicate llttie yellow warts Starting with this principle tome nhrcml Ynn trees have made their pumpkin farms valuable liter the melons pet poodsized and prove that thy will be line ones the formers go Into the patch And with n kharp stick scar there M that when they arc ready for market their happy frees bear hi words of warts legends like thesvt Fart mint SmithsSmith will make pies of me soonllrowns plea are the best Jones pies are de Helmut You ran eat me Inside The wily farther hauls these warty fellows to market nUll calling Smith ton s nrrtl llrown from their respective restaurants shows the strange freak of nature Of course n sale Is mode on night and the pumpkin Hesnt the front of the restaurant for n few days to as tonish imnKcrsbyimtlllt must be mode into pies to save It Then tIle filmier dl otters another freak pumpkin snit ably marked to replace It Fancy prices tire to be paid tot thews pump kins and stony patches that would never pay taxes In nay other crop pro diem wealth In pumpkins nK rnllnlii Poultry Cure There are a few rules nbeolutely nee Iktary in tho care of all Aarlctkfl of poultry Feed regularly at stated tiinta and give no more than will be eaten ijp clean A chntige of food will t11turnbe keptvclcnn lUlU free from offensive odor Fresh clean water should be supplied every day Quietude and free dote Trent alarm of nay klndrnr ncccs nry to eommand their canfWenct which IIn a very Important consldcra tiou keep them familiar with you presence uvl voice and do not diva rpoint their couJhlencc Ground plus ter U one of the best disinfectants to allay Urn offensive odors of the heiK yard and cats but Jlttl b rBUILDING GOOD ROADS Kcucllrnt Object LUlu eiven AM- BHOllr si the United alatea De parttacnt er Asrrlealture The good roads question is today the subject of a vast agitation begun first by wheelmen taken up by tttf government and now a matter of hg illative conHldcratlen the country over Aa A result ten states Have ex butts at the present universal expo sltlon In earls illustrating how perfect roads ought to be built This from a I country that still has In part the worst roads In the wdrltl in rather daring hilt It in also an indication ol what IB being done The ten stutea In question know wheat tney are talk Ing about They had the worst roads null now they hnve or nt lkasf they nre constructing the best It will be a matter of news to ninny to learn that the United States gov ernment has gone Into the road ques Lion fn the most energetic and thor qugfi manner Imaginable and having through the department of ngricul + ture Jitudicd what constituted a good road and why good roads nre needed linn gone o work to spread the Infor mation and teach the people It hai experiment stations In every state In the union where lessons In rondmok pnmplllet constructed ana how It may be pre served hove been published by the government and may te had for the asking Object lesson In road build InK fire given tvnnunlly In every state In the union when in some worst see tions n quarter or hall or tvitn a mile of excellent roadway Is constructed and the people shown how and why li ought to be dose These object I moreDisanmovement which Ii now furthering rondstitelnnttThe government Sn tbee ijxhlbl tlona ordinarily ronstmctx three spec- Imen roadsa modern mncndimi a sand antit ordinary dirt road When these roads are completed a heavy farm wagon loaded with produce li drawn over each of them nut the amount of force required to haul Itll determined by tit rise of a truck ometer This Instrument IIs to constructed ns to ncurately regUttr every pound the horses pull at every stags of the haul In plait view of those in Its vicinity It IIs made clear ty these experiments that a team harnessed In the ordinary way Is subject under the best conditions to a continuous jerking motion which must on even I the smoothest country roadgreatty Increase Itk fatigue On a dirt road In bad condition this jerking becomes a succession nt heavy mows transmit ted to the team by means of a collar They are cruelly painful brulrng the shoulders harassing unit torturing the animals constantly Icumlng their value ns well ns directly decreasing the amount of the loud that It Is possible tolhaul A TAILBOARD SEAT andIt CUM He Made U lit a KT MntuFMlB and Coat Hut a Krvr CrnU Tube one of the rear endtioards or tailboards as they are often called and fit a cleat to one rod of It as TAn HOARD BEAT f shown Ins the cut 1a sninll hole and wire nail will keep the board from shlplng nt the other end Five chair or sofa springs nailed to the mjuds with a short Joan untied above them will make u very comfortable segt and one that will oat be in the way when It Is dettlreil to use the board us tailboard N V Tribune CealeatNllllra far Inlrlr In the creamery and In the dairy the old wooden Iloor xliould give way to the cement floor of the best qual ity The movement la this direction Iis already on and the cement floor linn become very gtxnenI Especially in the rreamerje IIK this the cast The woodon floor absorbed moisture and odors anti gave out tho latter again recnforetd time wooden floor has been found impossible to keep cloAn It is so constantly wet that It has no chance to bo purified by the air The sane Is largely true of the floor In the private dairy In the largest milk selling establishments in Chicago the cement floor In consid ered nn essential an tt large quantity of water Is daily used In flooding thf floors to Insure cleanliness In time long run the cement floor Is cheapest for It will outlive several wood floors that are dally snaked with writer Pursuers Review Careful IMoliliiK of tpvia The fruit should be loosened by ntlsiwg upward and not pulled off ns Is usually done and with varieties tfiut cling tennclouslyi raise the apple and give It n half turn ht the name time I ny carefully In the basket or receptacle used nod when placing in a barrel or box handle with care iu fact just as tenderly UK you would eggs thereby preventing bruising 01 puncturing of the skin by the skims Apples for home use should not be placed In the cellar but In a dark well ventilated building until freezing weather approaches and those intend ed for murk t should be put upon the ground under the trees to remain a wcek or more and then barreled All bruUed ones mo then readily discern ible ante way bo thrown out for evap hralinff or other use Farmers Voice The cool nights of lull should ad monlnh dalryawti to house their oqwc at rtght 4 t j PROMISED TO OBEY MR Hun a Skull MlitatrMt the HetUf- ot Smart MrlJc preen The groom entered alone sad said cad tPAWv Do you use Uu word obey iayour ltaar rlage service Mr 1li N6aald the ass Journal I do not wwilly WJI said the expectant benedict I I have come to asst you to marry me sow andl want it Used Certainly replied the other it iisU be done and presently the coufl stool fcoleraniy before him James T said the clerK1JllAn de you take this woman to be your wtJde4 wife f I do uio you anlelnuly promise to 10vtrlon and obey herao long asyonboth Y Horror and rebelllotl Mrsd ycith Ute sanctities of the occasion OR the bndt grooms face but hie chokingly responded BI do and the meek bridedecorourfy proms- feed i i In her turn After the ceremony was over the bridegroom tald excitedly aside to the grave minister You misunderstood me efr you mis ndentood mel I referred to the woman a obeyAh serenely asswertd his reverence JJut I thinkwlrot is Rood for one side Is good for the other dont youjTI And my frlendlt is my sdvice to endny nothing more about it for as married man I can tell you youll have t4 obey anyhow Xe tlaee Like humus An Atchison man took jick Saturday and decided to stay home till be got rested lid Will lack at work Mondry mil wfe bad asked him within a few hours to take care of the baby to chop onions for pickles to grind the coffee to dress the chndrcR and to milk the cow while be+ was resting Atchistf Globe Thr teat Prp prlilloii for fitI IN and FdVcrls Ubottlo nt Oitovr Tsvr11M nniroKtc His nlmrtytronntvlnuliiln utusteleti form NocurOno uy frlitiAk lluhlJr llta Hrt lire Fadallbyys Im wing to the doh1irr Husband As you please fluid but Im sure Im doing all I rap to make Home DttractlTclruck i- To Cure a CubS in Ole Day TakoIaxaUvonrouieQalulneTnbleU All druggists rcfena liiOtlCI1f1UolIs tocum251 Mrs llasey0ldl Clowfirt U drill I sei fir tnllttYrs Willi did he die oIr He dirt of enlarcement of the heart TbatotdraiMrl What a jokeryoi are Ft4Dklittbufib ChtoaicleTel UtrspU Drops treated free by Dr II II Greens Sonpr of Atlanta Oa The greatest dropsy specialists in the world Head their advei tlseraent in another columnof this paper ITow wtll rome ugly men marry Atckl son Glob True areethe flowers on lifes dining tale Ktcft Hora Tim MARKKT8 Cincinnati Xbv 12 CATTLE Common 250 3 25 Extra butchers 4 75 mof 8- 5tAI4VESExtra 61 7 50 IIOUS Cliolco jxidkers 4 W 14 95 Mixed packers i 75 tn 4 9- 0Sl1ElaChoke OJ 3 00 ftr 3 50 U1Jn IMtr u I s- 1551ISSliras rfJ 5 00 FLOGHSpring pat390 rj 4 30 WHKATJfo S red n 76i- JtCOINNo 2 inixmlI t 38 OATS NO 2 1nlxldII 25 RYBNo 2 to 5- 51AYhest timothy 14 25 OT14 5 IORK Fnmlly 47I2 75 EuMtU Steam a 7 00 IKTTKH tib dairyn 15 Choice creamery n 20 AllJKS Ch to fancy 2 50 I1 oo IOTttOESIer brl 1i n5f CT 1 50 TOHACCO Xcw 0 25 all 800 Oldtill 95 114 50 CHICAGO ILOUll Win patent 370 iil 3 0- 0IVIIiATNo i red u 75a TothCORSOATS No 2 zahh W IIYEro 4- 8rollK Mess 10 50 u110 C- OI AUtt Steam 7 15I 7 17tA- NKV YORK FIOI7U Win pafcnt 310 C l Hl 00 VHKATNo 2 red u 70t COIIN No 2 mixed s IV 4C 0A18 No 2 mixed fllG- HH J Cl ft- SIOinC Family 1530 gilO IK- I AIM Steam m 755- UALTIMOf 1- 1VII1ANoi rl dnA It 734 Southern 67rj 73 lri COKXNo a jftlSed 14y4l44tH OATS No mixed 25 fn 2514 r5ItO1S1Vrtdern INDIANAPOLIS WJlKAlVNo 2 redu H CO1UV m 2 ndxcdt a1 OA No a mixed C e LOUISVILLE FLOIJIiAVIn patent 4 25 S 4 10 WHEAT No U refla 73 CORN Mixed 42 231PO1J1ear5 luVliD titcnui It n 7 00 Beware of Them Tbero ore two aWktloas which pateand Sciatica and Lumbagoihcf- iaabteaadcrjppkl bu St tfiOGCDt7C Jacobs li thtfr be4care- DgtS Oiljj Id s tIi I iIm t IT s C 1fIItYOB Hae ofthetrsa4bid ban outward application it caR theetforadyIefj H he meJfcinal properties of this connectionwltJatlt aslitcJhctICH3741ear1StpeetpampJAetelorSoap3ilL1leg I have my photo taken every three fvnrrt I hilak it iliO interesting Grtad withthemi There no other ink just at goodas isbeettefallCndthatisCanetaink i jC T titIrtabtinr yourself to scratch iom teae MeJudgI ulnelputlip journeytarn HOW A PRETTY SOCIETY GIRL I I ESCAPED DREADED CONSUMPTION I lk Peruna Used in Time Saved Her J Alls Well That Ends Well 1 it to the rarre old story of cold The coW pawing down thetronchiall i tubes IP the lungs the developing of a set I tteiicoldon tilt lungs coughing cipcctosn i i consumptionisanlli inure wU travel it and the coming winter will devtlop an untold multitude of ntyftasr 1 jn Itnr ease of Helen Murphy the ending Waittt happy one She started on the road i t ciconirummiun after catching cold at areegpEjon Instead of wtriting until she be I I apdIi I pity everyone 1j I effectiveII IIJ frat Iut a great many people have not ycttliKjre that Isnina is a sure cure in theseEt caiei 11lektunaI cures acute catarrh and chronio catarrh tltlllth of this head and catarrh of I the hihp catarrh of tb throat and catarrh It mayIl I i sure to eradicate the disease promptly Anolhcr use whtje consumption was cheatedut iu prefoceurrcdin the state of i conIl I InRa leaser to Dr Hartman he seta fortu some nteresting details of his rescue from consumption lie made use of the following lJwfjwapC I II Mie been for years a constant sufferer fromTckonie catarrh of the head and tl1rLwhich finally worked down into tbe airA JSNzeii In the prim of 1131 tooka feY atd and cougbtd L summer I hi I IIJI consumption Then I had a th tuck of li grippe Alter taking a co ci Ieruna I heel cured of all tbifce- veranyof U ti ourchildren get sick we- Ri i Ierunaamid it n ver falls to cure thO t Coat heartily teitUy to the value of Ic fn osic of catarrh and Ila grippe I tit 1t ntas he tIt means of others auf fe It 1 did to take lerun and be aired W r Pld not W without it in the house I 7 Unry Henrickion pile a1tr the first cold of the season iis eiti i II iINo tnl i cr With sonic peopleI this jiiUnS winter and lass the foundation tif irrfi Ti mtnrrh In tb besinning a few loin of Peruna iis sulilcicnt to make a per JnlllfD urea r Sett for Dr Hartraans latest bookon eli rot M catarrh Addrets the Ieruna Med j icine t Columbus Ohio I I But tar tie Barrel Ne matter what sits yes headache to a yourbowelscare you without A gripe or pale r1ICeII easy natural movement et yes ojwts to start getting your health hck stamped on it Beware of imitations A BrllllatU Success B HwutifnllyI Altty ugh has over two pedestrians and three bhjrcles and knocked I two wagons into a ditch my motor was timeFliegedej p jo If You Kant to be cured otta tcugh use little I Ifosey pf nlICb01lIld and Var Pikes Toothatho Drops One la one minute Rwkle said What iis right is most el- fectively when most kindly advocated lint what it true mart convincingly when least I passionately asserted t are i 3 5 to Cafe plan at Seemphta yon wland wl lima and will also ADAMS B St Leah Minted 9et re to tMJ f am Conaum may three Maple Street N Y are ofa back out All rood are to FCTKAM as they all at ose by all The lot chip a stern lty Daily New i All like So min should if with Daily I Life Murphy a popular soti ty koman of OInkoshWis Is an nlenll friend to Tho following Is Ii letter written by Mau lurrhailments iced w of Peruna as preventive as well As cure for The Peruna Medicine Company Columbus Ohio BcnttomeaAkfut three IffeIns ape I eewrJMrferf js fcsrf of tut evening reeetfSen wfifah cfttfad on my lungs wsf lhreafnsd to Ae very Am my mether used wkh goad fomuHm mint lent fear i kettle for ma and found lhatL mm repel Before th second bottle waaeumed I was well keep buttle of it en all time and wheal timrm ken out In Iatieem mrtwe et feruttm prevent say taking any meld and keemm one merfeetly Yews very truly l1ssllelea HELEN MURPHY r r t p i i1lIIIuO1U I Did You Ever Know 2 anyone who smoked the same kind Cent cigar any length of meFive Five Cent cigar smokers always dissatisfiedalways trying M JTsomething nevor something differ p jent as there always seems to be some thing wrong about the cigars they have 2 Been smoking Ask your dealer for 5 OldVirginia Cheroots J They are always good = M Three kindred million smoked this year Price for e- eatSiReRSWrRj w ParlorCareUk MHOi route to Texas Itwill costyou onty SO cents extra ride all day Cotton Belt Parlor Cafe Car cents for ahalf a day Passengers- toTnxasviaMemphisCan take advanta of this Car which is furnished with easr chairs has aGentlemensObservation Smoking a Ladies Lounging Room and a I P There meals dre served on the European reasonable cIjble Th thmug poaheetklItherririlnuonthe tralll lenulppedwith Pullman Cottonnlieoroa ssdbotk and thortett rUnle to Teasethe tasteiS wtlllelye Write ant Itn nswltrsyouarefolaeandwhen tlellf eolt sod what trda to Iwo want your W aesdconntetlonatake ro1 soIrter ittnteat bOOklet Trip to Tn I Wa TPA fUshvHfc TeM P RWyATTTPACNid atl Ohio SUTTON T P A Chattanooga Ten- aL 1111 j W UBBAUME G P sad T A Mo i ft 11 t f Shr J rren41r Criticism f ArtlstI keep 4iFrkndlVehl fCblellio I I sure Ilsot Cure for Ilea I saved life years aloMra lho I tiobbins Norwich Feb 17 1900 J There three way of getting out IICrapePIlh out out asd keep Jay News alike FAMIEM DYEs color sabers bolliag- sold dntggiets rudder a it Beee Chicago r i Jsf ii tlieKcPiiickybelleschewKissMUvin Attj iii complain measured nisownjJ tikCltililEO News Peruna heropinion a acres erlau has Parana a t blessed We a Juntaf tfim Inclement woather I IIN well i 8 of ina 25 Room otters 1ltyon t Ar ttt Chicago Bare ivllJJLpO OtJGIASSHOES t1 UNION nADe i Iij I 51 The rent worth of W L Douglas S3OO and 38 ehoeSCOmparrd with other makes is 400 to 8800 OurStGntEdgeLtnecannot unyprio OTerlOOO eo0 wtlsaed wearers iI sa ace We are tile largest makers of mews Ya i I and S85O shoe In the world lYe slake 1Iand sell more 83 and 850 shoes than another two tnanKfactuwr In the O So Kii IIlEST SHOE I The rrpntatle etWUDonftH StjBOuiSUO then tor iijl comfort and wtwIikDown tTirrwbcr thnvf ho l the world Thty htrtto lit eerier MtUUo tied th1 other mat tocUII ts aasdard h slwq bees ptic J u blah tUl tbovcutn Up t mo for their tnntj than they stn let cUevbcr1 I 1i H r SHOE TilE JtHL OM wLIJoc1alhoUueKYlie v AXE THIi H bT Your dnlrr hood Item i we Ilrs cn dlft nelaiUt eels In sett Nee Take no ubUtutt lndt on twrhiv W L Paosluibo I with DUD and pM ituapnl on bottom 11 Jour 4Kltr wlU Ml rfl them tot joa wod direct to pile en4tac uln tor nrrUtetat5tndoiteethe rtf sad width plain or cap toe 1ttqr abues will nth yon anywhere L U4 op Jbee- V I L Douua 100 vHrocktea atsu3- II ANn i L tudrG S3orrS3hslneswiI 1i30D 1toadthno7otbetmslrtsbcoMSrt kepi PIMPLbs WRINKLeS Dooubaevgnrteetktreatatrby a a vrtJ fitmematreatedri I t tittrnae drother octalblemlibfK imCo not coyer same with a lot of quark preparation lbOIWranlto ho MAGIC SKIN CREAM mnoTV Ibo itiovaM anti UHl IKIH MAKSADK lUllLKn krera- It In a hfultUr culidttlurt Dr t lack I I made Illo8IIot8 o1 tan thin a pcelnlty fur tieIIhu IS Ur accts Staam Iin roam and r i nVnip lVMaiaKU Holler nialliHl to any part ur tile I UnltislBtatMonrrcclptofSlW Adtlrcu i ROYAl CHEMICAL WitS I9irsifsi h eineinnstr0 j eIFISHTACI I Dis KJ at DROPSYiJW nllctaDit euros wont taai nook of to timonlalund 111 dottFr-oe ur 1111 ORKaNa SONS Uoi l Atlanta uj CURE F JrV Beat Wngh 8rrn Taatm ond Oso f- tnttma oldbyd A JCONSUMPTION f N Itg 1811w I WHEN VR1TISO TO U VORTI8ER 4 rplease stole Shot yeti saw the Advert Ileast U till psprtt o iio J y l d r I Iyaya tP 1 10 y 1 t I j jTpv vr Ntt A t tj iAJvv i iJ Aq of I J i 1AiSot S t rFit t J- l kI t i I l J Jtff d- fl j1 i1 II i i BuUdinII ii 1DMwJII 1 BEN MDeeretad flow Shingles fie v Lime aad Cemoa- tj ib F 1l JJJhlldentj Hardware i t 1 Palate Oils etc tl W fJi t + t iIESTIXATES r CHEERFULLY t il g FURNISHEDI y 1e J FEED STUFFS t rII err Hay Oak Corn Braa ok cto It t J 1t h i IfIN 1 lPWSElhson f l t JtP v i S COUNCIL 1 1ROCEEDINUS t HICKMAK KY Nov 13 1WO Council met in called session Prevent Mayor Dillon Councilmen Davis Ere i J vard CowgillandElliscn The minutes of the last meeting were read and oa motionjapproved and sign ed The following accounts were pre J I seethed properly approved and on mo- S lien were allowed and checks ordered I iwued for thejamountaii J v LPVSEllieonJunol2to- t Oct 23d to sundriesJfI5277t tTGBIDillon jr to street andI iI If 10140fCity Hall bulWlng 501 r A O Holmes to running level f for tile on Kentucky street 200 Ai tIIC Helm to repairs oa City t 00 postage roc 3GO- Hi C Helm to retRittnceto t the Graton Jr Knight Mfg Co 1 n l for bolting for dynamo 10240 v tr The City Clerk stated he had issued a- ckeektoJiJij G L Carpenter D S for 13 for State and County and College tax on t I City property Bad that he BOW holds his receipt oa motion was approved by the council follI c OKXKaAL U3D ACCOUNT To balance per Sept report m5lamouat reed of H O Helm 7117 1M11i1 1 J By ehecln paW in October iiaM I Bat to credit thta account 6 73 I r0 WATKR AND LKMT BOM ACCOCKT i wjr Te bar per Sept repent 16637 fit By hat paid iai October mOO U l 1 f I v i fiohutce to credit this account 7HL37 i T crrr MALL ACCOUNT r a 1 To NMtaco per Sept reperf 13410 Ea L reed of H O Helm 3MW t Itle91 By bold aad tpailtJ JO i1 i Boaduraat 1M13 r s 4 st iBaiaaee to creditthbi aecwai 613B i COLLEGE BOMB ACCOCXT i c r Hal to credit tbte acct Octl 87 MI fetIISto I rBal to credit this account 919- 0W Wit O JOHNOS C T i The Sept of Water and Light plant presented the following report fer Oct 1900 r 31rt t r e5 Amt sid oat during Oct J84C1 tf r Bel ia treasury Nov 1st 9124 Tox Dawox JIC Supt t i i IR r f JItrHN Cowgirl City AaHasor turn A f fi 71 s ed over to the Council Ute orsj r i Beok oamotion same was acceteh941 y acheck WM ordered Deed to I r hire tor JXX for making the Assessment 1ii for 1900 Oa motion the following Board A tj of Equaliaatioa was appointed whose t t t dote it to meet on the 1st Monday iis- r 1 f j next at 10 oclock a m at- i X 4 i I the City Hall to examine and correct t I J08huaIA pettishI Metioa wear made and earned thatI j C the Farmers t Merchants Bank bereft t ltr pay Ux on 70 of their capkal stock r 4 same as Htelcman Bank lia now payingt JKotioni was made that 400 feet of FireI 11 qIiosebe at once ordered from Keith Simmons k Co at the price of roc per IjI Itoot The clerk reported he had execu ted abd delivered to G B Watfion a1 i deed to the north half of lot 1C3 iaI the j i Oity Cemetery he having filed with himI J Suptpillea8 receipt for 1930 Idymen erI il t Oa motion Ute Marshal WM insiucted Y r to prohibit persons iron eating pea ut ia City Hall i ComtaiIoneiI i xVc bridge ia WMtHkkman under the di viJ OotumltteeJ Wearn t WM tendered and on motkm WM accept- edt fS with regrete for losing a faithful and Vk fflolent membert 1 i The following ordinance WM iatro reeerdsII j B aext regular meeting J l 1 I r 1 The City Council of the pity of hack l t- l b f maa Ky do ordain M followsi 1 J I That the llceiteeoa a circus shaU I l y t OOOlor each datl performance for a i J river show 1600 for each days perform I i tN j V anee and on 1IH11obow 200 per day or I 500 fof 3 days performance I iff I On motion Council adjourned O H ui Oily Clerkt i iHt I r 1 I 1 y- l vL OHAMJMWLAINB a Stetaach and Liver a Tablets care billfoBsaeas oonstipatloa 1 aad headache They are easy to to I r i 7 laad pleasant ia effect For salejf t t CewjflHArJLJowgill Htekaian and A V w t1taLtae I iJr 1AAI W v y 4- rjay I N7 TILE JLAtttEK AND THE DOCTOR I For the HtekmaH Courier Two are Cowjfaay three are HOUO With apologies to liktckstoao Rat Acs calhtfl1Htt none to LeDiable TTogetkerAdowa a wellknow citys etreet Ad a third coapaaloa did meet Hello l fcakl tllo lawyer la language quite cavol How are you my friend Sir devil P Well answered he I saw your client And he to the helrtlilp is etlll aspirant Iadeed said the lawyer quite CoMO lIaHtla11V I tell yoa lay friend contideatiallv Glancing at the M T standing by Hell never be that till the other belra die u IIa l Hal1 laughed hk frleadship with awiat of Thats easy enough I thiuk Let him give a sapper Invite then to It Aad I give you my word hell aeve ran it Send tor yow friend hero to administer hu pilte Aad theyll be freed front earthly ills So the lawyer doctor and devil went Each with klmeelf very much ceateat The client gave a sapper quite convivial And alto invited the lawyer aad devil Bat ignored hot yoaag medical tri tI Ia hopes that it should wooa happily cadAll hen did jastke to the beaati far repent a And ovea the devil kit table the teat But the lawyer left aatated the daiaty- viaad Ue cared sot to eager the fate of Ufe IIaof their lice 1e a matter of coarse they called fert some pilL Oar poor slighted frkad Aeacalpiaft eltularSmUttt hlavelf at the lacowiaK dol lar The devil and the heirs were laid to the wall callOUUe twitk lit falling wee clever aad civil Bat Ute lawyer kiawelf eatwitted Le fDteWe ELLA BEATTY McGauas JUDESlO1CLl ILL 1 Loadoa Nov nGeR UadeaPow ell according to the Cape Town CQIfi resfxmdent of the Dally Mall KM cea tractcd enteric fever bat tilt ceadtttoia M not scrioa rIX AFTER YEARS HeIsMLa Will4sgMill waitlac for her ideal hero SShe Qfc try ae rises MwakKmbh Jafar a seen with Mere tWIn tNsense fKUfLE STARVIUa From four to six nJUioa peof4e Iia North China are edwin afar vatlon owing to crop failures The mil Mary authorities at Sbaflffcaii wade an effort at relief by toppiaf rWtieen- frost iU Central Galna I iNRIANS 1iOT JIICREAIItti The Oowmlnoiorieri of IiwUaa AfcTaira says ia bte naaaal report that the la dUa pefwhtio of the United Mate ban baja very MtUe tHaiiaiohed from theI yttelb laeslwsaesl Oapt John Smith The number of laaiaaa k said to- about 79 1881I TiM PreaMeat wM askCeagrew to NOPgalae the army oa a higtr I Seeaior Praeior expects ehMwUlI proviso a regar army of abeut 5000I or 900W teen wjth dseeretIoe to theI Presfctea to tares the total to W9009 iifr he 3fi4e tt acomary X050AT 5QTJKXKZK IITN Oa XMoedaySbveaiber 19 the Demo cratlc voters in each of the preciflctfl iinI the State except io dtka of the Ara and Mooed claw will hoW liana meet raga and elect their prveiact commiitoe meet This will bede ia accordanceI with a rMolaUoa adopted by the State CoaVeotSoo is LouJlHleoo Jane 14th r LEPERS JIDRIKB A LifE The Cklaae kayo a earioaeiy cheer fal way ot dicpedaft rat their lepers The relative of the aAicted p ne 8I propose to him that they Vary him alive ad inch in the Istalieta of Ute Chlneso that the viclw ma4ily oeaseatt A rifletf in the way of a farewell ha41aet aride then firet fuaeral procession forma maa who k afloat tobe Immured under the M loUows ku owncoffla aad when be reaches the grave he takes a down of laadatiera Reps late the boxR and settle dewa for eternity A Village Blacksmith Saved HU Little Seas Life Mr II IL Black the wellknown vii lags blacksmith at Grahauwville Hull liyaa county N Y says Oar little sail 5 yean old baa always bea sub Ject to aad BO bad have the ate tacks kea tllat we have feared malt times that be would die We have hadl the doctor and used many medicines bat Ckamberlaias OoBgh Remedy to now onr sole reManct It eem to die IC1vlugtreqHRt ynlptome dreaded croap is cured before it gate settled There is no danger Ia giving opiumfairtlyto a babe aatoaa adaltIorsale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickaiau and AM SliawState Lure tlf YI I ar e XilKR CKNT JfUWfcK Tho roeloectloR of Aeliiey Is hlinv cd by an increase of a tresA M xniid iin tlio price ot tree pejrk M a atutto fey Chicago packers This wiN rIneMfee i their Income toy MIOM natittitit- hu yII advance to iN per Mai over Ute before the ekKfttoa MM the ad I vanco to the cotkmaitr yjB poach X per I cent GourierJwra l OUR NAVY DEFICIENT In hfe annual report lUer Adeawal Orowniashleid aeekm UM yHjunnri of the navy k barely oee Isstdt of thite4e1l establishment fleeted U Ngh4Na Urak clans European potter Twist eta not enough oMcer avnikW Mrppi service for present rtxiwirewewta to pay nothing the equipment ef swipes JHi dIRK and all the bureaus are Bkct Beeldea snag the wall of reiiwd oftloeSat flII tavotvt ute doYbM t etm to the Naval Aeadetur1 a pt of tnyears Numeroa ek r teeonrraeMla 1 tioaa are trade i i CHIP SUWmiUT M CAL A new fuel d aMa i R milih tie fa place coal ha reeeMprbeen under ex perimeat at UM Kasi IMa iKetrict eott cal sewage worn That foal iisatarga factored fnMH MWNff 1M lase yMiMaf high heatiag ptww and SttaheM 98 per cent cheaper UtMJMa Thtebeiag oaly a pretitttfaary daista 4i aUoa Btr nerds Patent Fees Jyajiliiiii Intends to vo a teens exh4Mttr tad praeiieal at aa early d W The titer is stain I be Uywfr hw+cboM gas J manalaetttuiag pttrpeses I TOBACCO A RIUMMITY A great uW of prt nes to be made ot Secretary 4T7 Reek sf the Agotew- ltotal DepwrtBM t for eying khat to beeeo WM a asciaaary el Hfc ikxigh MrBteW afterwwa took MM tares rOHMl TIMiM VKllvv wlMMfl Wknaaia grie H irwi IJeeiletltle MlptMMthr II al caW fAW pabtohed yxitnlfcy the Loadoa Laaeet ikekttai that tobasea iIn mm tn floe W sensed oaly la vhMto fW ItII f lathe eaMoC ieeN eaduriag kiag labors oa sfcort ntlfeM ThoM who contend that toMcco k ImhrIlJWIM the humaa system wiU pnteat agaiaet1 twtI tot really it m kea HMfe4ift rtne when mankiad Is practktsUy salted ia UH use Tho tobacco habit hill steeihve fUre hat lire pewistency with which iMa con mmptioB goe oa ill a laKsicPt newer Sean Ute argameato Uiai can be sleds fabwi it The eaJy MhsMliMi UMI ill possible in in airlrasa ad impremlng open the imsKW lunU Bet allow hto pet babfe pserleu s Tie HttM4IIir Iss4s No ma MB vete tatell1Re lese II thinks iatelllgeally la iJPfcUwe of VrriM ranore ef are u gt+ resl- ofd telmtlllc Bl iktiiklaf tW hrit fend for iMielllgeat ihe Kkl ki IM newspaper t which Iis greatest sad- Impertat pelliieal Wes n dell Y ItrewiBg Mere iwvoruat taiI leIIRsIi HBdertUBiliBg r the iky efw BHk n or a great Belltle l Pt1 JIt tnf lag 1 be desired and It IIc tae delij ever Itlsea to tkor xlily inforei 19 nsa the knilnc toptee of the day twbpesatsPU atwrpspersrfa M sad Mble aswe Mftlc zar Ithat eft nay ether peter It trials tke Mw hew fully set iirghative ooerrrsnee Vwtt dMwetl Mii world distaatfotlf esaehus tiected kct1parbaallnv are now hNag forrJ aelrM emi4U1 datM iltKuued Now JIt the IIe eat eerike for the best ediarol giping f H fetch withI the whole worR TW ldomtl Weekly Jtepukllc No lees worthy of at tntUe Ist the Jk paWlen Saadny MicMtiie t 1e r pJie M h IMHO with the bet el a M ftriiilea1 I written Nf Ike but of llteriir Ides4 IIn V tIM half rose illMr l Mare atl rt Jy wade II famous anj 1 llf Jr grslis7 and quanllly will be prerrHf a4rranlntal are illatirated and rMUrftf spe i la- mercer cqul 10 the 1prliMasleet Event of earrmt jiieHHtar It- I intro In Hiertlnlnc elyU TIter Ih wr I fflorlaitf pegee lo and flor ltrl heldl ef the ladies the UteU Psple f111 a- esA N week uqubUI1 lIIulPol ar+d ds Mrtbed The RpobUolhltbpIhle lIs undril The uhnctlpiion prlM sf the staeti1 Weekly RePublic UI i per 7r Tae 9lIoSind yfgstlse io flMI s y- nd oar IJIRIa paper are now 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