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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d w I I aa a r l ItAINSIn o a 14 4 Qat 4t t 1- tiYsi e IrrjjE H1CKM Nf 1 M URIER r r ur II 0or I- Ij I cHICKlAN FULTON CQtXjffy JYIINV 88 1900 mn 1 VOL XXXV NO 521 iI Over rf l S + fv J Stocked et o 1 f Those Two Words Tell the Story On account ofthe warm open weather this fall the sales of Clothing have not been what they should and we find our solves now with an immense stockof Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats on hand and theto stock must be reduced before the end of our year We offer the entire stock at prices to snake them go NOTE THESE PRICES 1500Buy choice of any Suit or OvoTr f COAt in the house Thi6 inetfodM our finest 200and 1850 Suits Il6tJiuj s choice of a big line ofMens Fine Suits worth 1500 rind 1250 650 V Buys choice of Mens Suits bought to sell at 1000 arid 750 Q 3J8fBuys choice ofMens Suits vor h 650 and 500i51e1JL9- s Burs choice of any Boys Suit in the house This inclttdes our cheaperSuitsl X398 Buys choice of any Childs Suit in house This takes 500 and 650 Suits Cheaper Suits 100 and up 148 Mens Casimere Pants excellent quality boughtto sell at 175 I f 74ctFor Mens fine stiffbosom fancy Shirts bought to sell for 100 SPECIAL VALUES IN OVERCOATS r L P W S ELLISON KICKMAN KY I I I rftTKIfiIIUOYJ wills FeMHil IB IMie Marfteld OaM flty- SaUrrfay IN AlMMt t rfMt C lffHH MaylMd Mes iH ci truest f It Byrn Motmn m iM he south M- fled i i tiHKMMt body it UN city cemdtcay 8aiurd y atterwor He lad Mviml Kewtine wore iu reo moving MM rnaiaiml ot W DOiIIIMII ff MiUM OHikMN WCtig Of ttN Ury to UM Mw wMfekwi MMi and i4 MMi I to have toned thr body Nt a perfect itiaMi I of firemirvattou aetvrM My Jacinett and an Arm M tOflo The tNMy wee found about two reef + WMtetY the grav HI in thu bwestI part of Ut t4uft ew + tM ef tho north part oC the oew eryt j 41 t hOillIJI ENCI1AXCi1R NMCNMM Tell pheae Ngratom tt4ei I- IINr the CItrTJI eMleae repk- lA wCKl was etoned pHpC BMNH1 M l F Mr Henry Owfrill OWMT of t1M rock man teletlilosQ Mefeftngti far tfe axle the kxM ayw4 tM to Ute Onndnrtniii T kMMM papfa Co a the JIpA Aliiein Ike Company The rewwpentictneh- Mrge Mat Ieocarher JkM wldrrtd tkat Mr OawfiN will eowtiw aft Mana gar of the tani aykrr The CumbwtMMl company own want iis known M tin kmgJMtainn Jinx besides a ntrhrof kwU mammal ta went Xty Mad TMMKWW It i k Mot known as yet WMr or trot t- tlewtaMgebmt wIq1 rstee rates WUUTIWil IF FILTH ewtM6 b1M a a ttm 4 W Tbe yiipahiHiiiit flf 7 M 1ty bytlMu MI fa 11M ji i net RMino 1641 lat e eanaty =I 1be eww or I11N TIC MSCC If T1 M 1- arMce 7 =ok otI t elMtlllt thu departMtent U 1aa4Ioeq aud inelftctent and rates will Hkoly b raisedThi thoPorketl J burned Saturday deJayl g trRgk ru fiXMim host rTHE CANDIDATE f kkMed the baby and rirtihed tbe fc of flaMaM dine and swore that lyflmi were bwntital and wished hIi two Wt Unit tkmt Ofant1I lf hod UM eortiliMwL that he Ip tiled to otawv Mid 1 for the reoMpt of wpnw tht- bNIkt tlMii doe eMittDat I before bfitefthe stopped lind wak arowH4IHiatn what countri Ex J MADE FROM y LEVEE WORK f J I MeulpsbM 7 if Yotmg HtekmH Ky 3 Yow Of tbe 17tk rocelvcJ It jtputary iti all loveewor for allt I 4oK connected with tko right of Oulltion orywetium of the totrxeeaty lor thk purpose and asy J l damages to adjacent huid or crops wi to be left to the focal love i to settle dit ta Use Fettled j MM CoiHHi4ot approved by t I tary of War that tt1lancunrlkcr s 1IIIjiW t Jo aetbled br the Joet JoyceII eimid In cams where they arena I AaJHBHtkd no aDotmetite are made by revTllet jro thin IltckmaaStouxh LaM t rrvey wasvnacq aachabovesra t tw rTSro referred to tho president of I Mi levee boatd iin Lake County t i i and tt WM the ttaderatanaing of iijcothat thlR seal levee hoard IfMM other cased perform their 1 d corwequertlni I IrAKStstaut Engineer LcViWficur r then forwarded to the prudent of o board and it M gready to fee I flan the levee board orsk k sto each matters IH etdinary Iilln poasiUe to bring pre uro to 41 ijthcuei Jlaves bonrds bOY withholdi lotweats for loves work until1 IUoMiJiIJot tale hf titateR lot the 1 lives rasrek carcrywre CH t I 4 Ma taw CUM Mill I 1 1 2 + riieHirr ot pot I J to daw eilat I bw t the c and would bu- first g that yon rend me a new statement Ml dupUeato of tho damaga aud claim Mid statement being In detest and nu respectfullyrWIN LOW Captain of Engineers t lrall al tltrl A nice Bedroom Suit regtilar 1250 S1000 A solid Suit fcguhtrflGoO 1150 Ilaudsotae MMhogany Suit special cut J500 A Regular rico 4 Handsome line of quartered Oak Suits cut rom regular prices 85OOllOC066 and 7500 1to5000 i1 yPRUCLAMAIiON JererHer Kcckhum hf FrecIamiitioH XRkHNextrhBrlltlRflhIlMks yeluUoberror Beckham imued the folkwittg Tkautagiving proclawaUoH tit morn INK ConmoHwerlth KeatHfeky Kt ftuttre Department Thaaka hiMprocUiiwtioH In accordance with em teat aad in reepoaao to tho watofnl tlYnhthtGod1 It a day of Thank and pr thro fhoat tho CoKUMoawealth TAt M ou that day she revereNt thanks mik Him for the awry WewluBs lo Mowed upoa+ OUt conttVattd lift rp- our prayers that iu thee future as IH the flatlouUrotIfktkfJ Ir to happineUpon J lay Me+4o their bvsiiicM cares era dntles to contemplate the growth and proRroA i i i11tadoi t I forgepetI I I thoMndi witJi I so toyeliove to ctoth the Mketl luri K tho eeVeritieslvI the eomiftfrwlater XaIu atimony whereof I have hero I1 RtcatIt unto aMx d orXonmlJet Ii year of the Commonwealth By the GoTtHIBr J O w13ecxttexIO e MILL Secre tStatoU MET DlST APPOINTMENTS The Mcwphy MctUodtet Conferencet in seteloa at Martin T i nssec last week made the foilowiag et tho preacher watt known iq tfce reniderr ot the Cowicr UNion City bWriet W D JesltiHS treeidig liir tJler City Itaboo R llMahoii Ueioa City Oircnik R TA Vaughn Coo C D IiUard Hick BWU J H Evrtna Crystal Ts O Low TH etWall Y UUckwcIl Ridfc W 8 K 3eeCenite111Y H Qrt L MOKOW and CAy GTE neE Cf C Boll J WXiOwraiKJO enpcr J wumorary Martin P G Tltogutnr Rosavillo E If Stewart J R Boll au I pcraamcrary Greenfield and BrocVfl JIJ Thomas Columbus E K Lransford I THIS WEEK uhWier Valley J IL Knfefct Kwiw and Itnthorfed WeHhora Jri eny atx= 1ItdMt iH Vand rbit UODIh-aH r Jaeinxm Hay Arnn W Qi t l1JiigkHiowKWer liwatingtlt atnttoa W C Waj tern A1 1 LI AMYa fi M ce HtfAtterBeygHd a Frantinaiit Olh lea of HickmaBBi dTM w o 481 1111 1 51 rrv A W Llnndfiar Oonntjr AMr w- U i MeY sad rtweh known JOVBtCw kand citizen Uedat they Lael d KelIini Hfckmwi Tne day aOp tr nfUr jAr ah illness of C or I weeks ol typttoM fe v vcr The d4e nMl eanve to HieknMiH jomo tea yeaw Mnoe stem bk native j staklVirgiaaand from the Trot grew 9 1t itf the favor and adniratkm ef tMM flttottpre 01 this county Jle WM Conniy At It tpraey anaf ntuM popnlar furor MMMilVr to be in Moro Mr him He war a y ai gr tear who had had A hard siraggto in Mb Mnxoyhood working to aduoat hiMMtf and to help other tad dwik MWM donbiy cruel to oomo wkeab ttw ocntii tloas udpDllidooIlHemed 8 cttr4 M a gene HM Mud h f hearted tatM in w friendship proud eoeaiattty iMIt itive and hiH chametor abMundnd in 4 t t hwaatnro 11 f copal hl1lC meberTE trtI Jfrow earlyD war a I bathesrSlartarratriativr air i tors and tirot5ers MaytiMT MM wwasetb all lrtleratanaiag kwick WI e t thfouflk all eteoikr e r r AUCIDRN AT PIMKOK V7i7 Gen c ite x utIata8WrXlMMf at fierce T MHM m a xwatt tqway AYllleatl- iigroddRaaers oJ1 oat r xbiWl of of rjj c instantly kilted m a nmaagr altkZMday IeotI1i with kvillilar j tie had driven into the lot at fs iideuce t the olds Rogen aligfatod the wagon leaving the boy on tIttlIIi 1fJLcadtf tOnw ra Mr George Walden an3 sister Mary of Nashville arc visiting Mrs LlaaMf J Clark at State Line 1 KIGSJNIIREUUi o- M 1 E 1 ItittMM j1 NEED M 0 N JKaT nml prioca on this pale willho slaughtered Kcyordlcss oflosqI My stock is large ami nothing hut firstcfess goods are handled hyme Notice u lew of thib weeks SPECIALS Oak beauty 4500 ONLY ttttl MrII A solid line of LeathernJGoods ut greatly rai1Ii tinted priooa 1250 Rockers cut to 995 1000 Rockers cut ti 750and 000 and 700 Rockers cut to 550 J fled Lounges Regular prices 1250 1C 00 t 1800 goodsrout to 900 1250 1450 Side boards Dining Tables anda complete line of Diners at 10 to 15 per cent less than others h C A LLand examine my stock You will be surprised at the tremendouslyI low prices I am making on fine Good SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC vlnlJecided to close oimmy Undertaking Department I will sell anything in the lino of UndertakersSup ilies in eluding a full lane of Springfield Metallics Solid Walnut Caskets and tho finest line of Cloth Covered Caskets ever shown in Hickman at manwlaeturer price This line is complete Will make prices to suit you if you need this line d t 4 AI 1 EB aL t I rj I L l f F f r- jj fI oIt r II l iifcaiiS5S2aufA M 7 tJ t 1 0I 11 0 t H i d it I 1 i I lLt 1 q iIle Hickmah Courier Ii 1 f OEOROr VVAHIIEN PHbllkhe i DICK tAN KKNTUCKY j jI f t I t CURRENT TOPICS t iI Five tons a day of snails are eaten IB Paris f There are live routes from Londou i t tc1Isris Blind mans buff was playejl la Franco l001 years ago l j I The explosive force of gun cotton I fI 1rmore than twice thut of gunpow j I 4 4er estiiih le fire Is that firedl from guns at an elevation cxceedlnir 15 de l greesli i i te- i blacklierrtes nnd green roses i have been propagated in LouisianaI y this year I Scales for weighing diamonds areI i eo accurately poised that an eyelash will turn the balance t United States Senator Jonathan V Ross lets been elected president of theI i t I Vermont liar association 11 There are no less than 11000 roomsI t1n4lie pupIl palace and many of them aunlightDEuropwet f during the century just closing to f landstItI j The Ktoutert of European monarchs t ji Is the king of Portugal who Is only s c C lire feet six inches tall and weighs 30- poundtlr parade or drill except In case of war riot invasloii or insur IJtt erection is lawful on tlcctlon day i New York I ISixhundred cow punchers of N- NN i braska Wyoming and Colorado were fokr the Transvaal1I fI INqwScotland Yard London is the t1t1 r I largest police station In the world 3000la 1policeofficers t a 1 In 1S90 the population hf Arizona i il ilvnsplaced at S9G20 and tlp year it- iI i i 122212 an Increase of 1019 I t per cent in the decade A French physician has announced I that not only is yawning healthful I l butlt should be resorted to artificial ff1fncase of sore throat f def feated the bill making eight hours r I a legal days work In ail government I and railway employment tL tLAcall has been issued for the nn I real convention of the United Mine r 11 Workers of America to be held at U Indianapolis on January 21 next t A man in Atlantic City has made t J himself famous In a whole year he kept a quarter of a dollar in his mouth and thus won n wager of 10 i A single shaft of white marble two- sJ s ianda halt feet in diameter and thirty one feet long was quarried last week Jyia Alabama Marble and Stone Co 1stn Cautt quar4 y near Syla auga- A f 1il A tablet marking the site of the lihousein which Samuel F B Morse made Jib home for many years and t xdiedhas been placed on a trnstory business block in Thirtysecond street New York A lifesire bust of Gen Francis A 4 Walker former president of the Mash sachusetts Instkute of Technology ltbe placed in the Boston Publte I Iii library It represents the general in t jaiHtary uniform The collosnal memorial to King Al propt aration which is to be erected in Win Beater England will probably lie one y oj the most remarkable pieces of klngtlomrThe Spen 1 cera ethnological expedition to Cen uy tral Australia will be defrayed by aI U well known Melbourne man XJf David Byrne Mr Symo is the head of a fam ily hailing originally from Montrose During 18D8 there were 22C accidents rlngoII in Minnesota resulting in deaths av i employedDuring i with the same average rate of fatal t fties A smart piece of work was reoenly accomplished on the railway at Street villc near Toronto where an old I IJrjdge was replaced by a new steel r lattice girder bridge of 130 feet spas traffic being interrupted for forty I I Ite only locomotive works have f I completed two engines which are to be the most powerful and yet constructed Koch weighY 14 tons the tenders having a water1 t capacity of 7500 gallons and a coal capacity of 14 tons s Senator William Lindsay of Ken j t lifeaexCeblony of former statesmen who are t practicing law in New York city He tens begun his preparations for mov ing from Frankfort I t vwireless f y regyr h Korth German Lloyd line Instru I i i t u i ments arc Installed on Borkum light 1 tdiip and the arrival of every income I IlorkumIr iblead to Bremen f i jmessngeOtto F JIumplrreYlI for flee rector of St Marks Ivplsco r J pal church of Milwaukee has quit yuryJ I I PJn the archaic vaseroom at thee ts Brltlh museum anyone can gaze u1- Gt1 babies feeding bottles of stun l baked clay which were antique when t i Joseph went Into lg pt 4 machinerj 1 1aattomatleally splints fromi a h hL vfobden black dips them dries tile0 i completediit Ifi promptly dropped w- J fif t i1M1 I S t =J 1 rUNISHMENT IS MILO Princes Tuan and Chwaag Ate Only Banished Not Imprisoned The AIllM Have Captured Two InxKco lrnllnit From Cbt W Into Slum SI Prnco In Ue stored lu CIil I l Peking Nov 17 via Shanghai Nov 19The belief that the note of th powers to the Chinese commissioners Prince Chino and Li Hung Chang will be completed soon is strength ened by the results of the recent In formal conferences of the ministers of the powers Mr Conger the United States min lister said to a correspondent Sun tillIIhe situation is apparently very favorable to the early beginning of negotiations for the preliminary set tlement 1 believe that the next purling of the foreign envoys will virtually settle nil points of difference between the representatives of time powers who will lORe no time in pre enilng tbe demands I What the result will be It is im possible to foretell Even this fume s placed China in n very critical posi lion Whether she will be able to preserve her Integrity and to save her trade relations with the rest of 8the world will depend upon what the powers demand in the final settle ment and upon her willingness to ac cept promptly the conditions pro posed Jmixsn sible thut the Chinese court will re turne to Peking before next spring but I do not anticipate any serious delay in the progress of the negotia lions with the Clitnyo commission ers nil theyare in telegraphic com munication with the court London Nor 20The Morning Posts Poking correspondent wiring Sunday says The edict inflicting punishment is milder than the first reports suggested Prince Tunas und 1rlnce Chwang are only banished and not imprisoned Duke Lan ii merely dismissedrThe foreign envoys can not accept the edict owing to the Inadequacy of the punlahmentti g Count Yon Waldersee oftlaliOly an flounces that he has stopped looting and restored peucc in the province of ail Li TIenTsin Nov 20 via Shanghai Brig glen Charles F Humphrey of Gen Chaffees staff who left about a week ago for Shun Hal Kwon on the Gulf of Liao Tung to inspect that place with u special view to the avail ability as n winter port returned on Monday He nays that a pier will bo built at International expense the cost to be 200000 ut timing Wong Too eight miles fronyShan Hal Kwan pwlnf to limn gryaten eaue with wbloh that sort ran be kept open for winter- Time Iel Ho north of Tung Chow iis freezing rapidly and river communi cation is likely tto close at any time London Nov 20A1llnCtle olll clnl report says the Shanghai correspondent of the Standard that tile alllcH have captured two jrasset It d- InK from Chi 14 into Shan Si The German consul has returned from Nankin He repiorts that he asked the viceroy to permit foreign troops to ascend the Yang Tse Kieng and to stop sending aujiplica to Sian Fu London Nov 20Dr Morrinon sir ing to the Times from Peking Sunday says In communicating the punishment edict dated Sian Fu November 10 to the foreign envoys LI Hung Chang submits it an the final puninhment the court is able to Inflict mid repeats the stereotyped plea of nil Chinese plenipotentiaries namely that the emperor threatens himself and Prince Chlng with severe punishment if they fall to induct the representatives o the powers to accept the comprom Ise The mildness of the sentences ex cites ridicule und strengthens the ministers in their determination to demand the death penalty Time punishments are illusory Prince Tuan Is merely banished to his own home andothers undergo a mere ly nominal powering of rank Per petuul imprisonment moms u life o honor nnd retirement Large numbers of southern Chi nest now residing in Peking fearing further retribution during the win ter are preparing to leave for the southAccording to the Shanghai corre spondent of the Times it in asserted on good authority in TienTsltt that there are still some miiwlonarirx stir viving at Tai Yuen Fu under the pro tection of the Mandarins Prayers For the Czar St Petersburg Nov O1he high est religious authority has sent a tel egraphic command to all churches to hold special prayers for the recovery of the emperor All the news con cerning Emperor Nicholas continues favorable It Is said that he is much touched by the sympathy manifested by the foreign press Cotton horned Montgomery Ala Nov 17A lira at noon Friday destroyed one seer Lion of the Hall Bros compress and storage warehouses Seven hundred hales of cotton were burned or dam aged and the loss on the cotton and building was 40500 fully covered by insurance Yellow Fever Situation Imiirovlncr Havana Nov 17 During the cool weather of thin last three days the ImprovedStctyttvusacs went Including wven AnWlcans AMRMyM I Y 1 IIIItI SELLS DIVORCE CASE ijII One Author ef Hot here Lettrrn Was over Hilly Years Old The Court itoum Crowded Columbus 0 Nov 7The Selis divorce ease resumed Friday wits le tectlvc Mahoney still on the stand under crossexllllllnnt1on She raftllal and his men put 1In In till oqthl watching the Sells residence to eke who visited It at night whlILll A wimp away He had already Itfeiifjta d 500 and titer was fCOO still c iuiiyj biboIng on tlic quiet of the defendant W s elicited The crowd in the too t room wile ns dense as usualj and mm y were unable to secure admlssio i sloth plaints and defendant are prlfi cut In court It is expected that 1Hr coorCSJOllfenta I 1 d I 0 hot love letters to Mrs Sells Bert JohnsOn another corespondent v is ilo reported dead but the plaint tT tins hoard that he IIs alive mud ut w Orleans He maybe brought here Columbus Ot Nov 20The bean g- In the Sells divorce case was resuns d Monday morning It is thought t ic trial will cover nt least three Weq more William H Fish nextdoor jicUh bor of i Sells was the first witnt4tn lies at tho head of the Fish Pmjed Brick Co He saw a man answering Harris U Lyons description enter km Sells residence in thIS fall of 17 about Soolock In the evening as lite witness was going to a Rliriners tin inlet and he saw him leave when lish went home in a cab long after ltd night He told of other occorJns when he saw tints same man come fut of the Soils residence after mldnLfit Pisa tuiid Sells was not in the vltjj at tho time he saw these things II- FifJi told of Pater Sells one Sutiay evening being driven to the depot by his daughter Florence for the purjtISO of going puny from the city A jinv minutes later Mrs Sells appeared nt n window at the rear of the lie seas if wi tchlng for some one won Lyons came up an alloy nail liar nll milled to the residence by Mr Us The nina was covering his face wiliI u hnndkcrohlof I He tajv Mrs Sells several o her times watch from this window for Lyons He also told of Lyons t Kits at a time when Showman S lli ivas seriously III with a fever in ISQi On two occasions Miss Florence Sells vas ut the witness home and obey ted Lyons entvr the Sells home She betrayed nervousness Gad I ok ixl In another direction Lyontrwas seen to enter at the rear of the bui le at times when Miss Florence wassit Hng on Uie front porch with tier om- IMiuy 1 Fish also Kild that hv saw Tliotni lktt all nt the Sells home r rod tlhtNi in tho fait ot 1iMA airsrttconic shortly after Peter Salk fJr a Sunday evening hull left to takent train Mrs Sells was also watching from h rear window on this occasion tort was seen to leave the Sells res idence hbout midnight before Sell s retifrned homo before breakfast the next morning Attar Dolt started non a series of three or four times a 1week visits Fish did sot notice Jyonj calling any more Fish said he first saw Lyons call at the Sells home in 1M01 and Hot I jn the fall of 1898 Sells built his Urn nison avenue mansion in lfct5 Prior insthis city VESSEL ON FIRE t If The SCeumrr Mcilr Mndden Arrlyr In iort Hnillr DIvHicurrd Hr Ilie KUmpv Ashland Will Nov Ofhl steam er Lizie Madden arrived here badly nutfduring a tremendous gale on Lake Superior Sunday and which for n time threatened the steamer with total destruction The chief engineer and first mate were suffocated bytime smoke and flames but soon recovcid The damage to the vexsel amounts to 2000 HnclilnUU flour 11 dared agote Xatlonnl Metal Trailers osloclntion and of the International Association of MaclUnlsts the hours of labor of the machinists throughout tho Unit ed States beginning Monday were re pillduyhours will comrtitue n days work among the machinists Tim Jewels AiipruUrili tuQtomtint an ofllclal appraisal of the so called Mnxmilinu jewels takmi Irllll1I the person of n Mexican Jn this city lust week fixed Wielr value ut 1 700 exuItiKlve of tho GO per rent vim prpbnhlvbeI irltIhuI this country llruve Omrrr JJrowJltd Van Buren Ark Nor 20JohnMerrill chief of police wits drowned while attempting do cross n swollen stream He hud n writ for a desper ate character who hud stood oUijJr of mustfeorhast tlllgltlOCQrI11uetllay eettled that time Big Fnnr road 111 T oaglutisiog 1 river van Madison I t ItHiUA lrk gE 7aWj P 1JttEEf191UO 1 Assistant Cashier Brevya of a New port Baak a Defaulter Node Two KntrlcH In ills HooUn One In Ink Another in Crayon Qnm- IitlHK had WumcH the CHMIP ef III Downfall Newport Ky Nov UThe late assistant cashier of the Ucnnan Na tional bunk of this city aloha train the bank 101500 in 18 months time and U now being sought by the du teotlvm lie left Clnciauatl last week with About 1300 In hU pockets and snow thought to be ou the high alias bound for South America Drown spent the homes money on women horses and curls anti Mil stealings amounted to more than time butikn capital and surplus- A United Slates bank examiner Is in charge of 1hn Clcrmnii National and several thousand depositors are now chimoring In vain for their money Drown inns one of the best knowu men in Newport HIM father Is Paris C Brown time wealthy river man honorary member of change a fonucr director of the bank anti well known In connection with many CluI cinnati and Kentucky uuslness enter prices About 18 yean ngoFrohk M Ilrown entered the bmmk all a clerk He paid attention to his work nod gradually rose to lbe bookkeeper and later an slttant commuter having charge of time individual ledger For several years ids salary has been 1500 Eight years ago as far as known iss did hU first gambling IJIII com pnnions wore men of tho world who knew how to spend and lie wns am bitious He cast about for ways to Increase rIll bank rollIHe studied condition carefully nail concluded 1o lake a whirl at Lntonia A few of his friends went In withI him nail they engineered a deal on Lady Cartwrlght one of the pccdy sprinters entered In the races Thr good timing went through all rightI nail Ilrown cleaned upI 94000 for hums self A little later he worked Abnuc another rarer through the Oakley for sign book mgr between 8000 and 0000 The winnings were nuplosed- to go to time lInt of nn tallinn gambler but in reality they went Into mho pockets ot toile Newport tank em ploye After time lie was a familiar fig ure at the track and his money new No race was too poor anti no odds 1mnneyhrgm women hIfound a narrow step He did the thing up In prodigal fashion too At one tlmit lie had three establlib meats running at the same time In Cincinnati He was a rounder and wells known in nil the resorts of Cincinnati He was n favorite with the women of the halfworld for though lIt only drank moderately he spent his money flee Ily on women Drown will go down In history as a wonder among bank looters Ills scheme worked1 on a hair trigger Ue had an individual book on which he recorded dcpwaita as they roar in This book he lasted with the guttural bookkeeper at the end ftt earn day If u person for example deposited 1500 and another 2WO at Browns window Drown entered tho amount correctly in ink opposite time ttfpOIlI liars name Maybe he wnnteil to mold out 1000 from the first and 1500 front the second deposit He would mark down time remainder In crayon just above the amount riW re curled in Ink It was the sum in pen cil that ho read to tilt general book keeper Uut when he rend back that Is when he wanted to know what the real deposit was and when I he had to work on that he read the record In inktFt Wayne lad Nov 20rank Drown the defaulting cashier from Newport is In Canada This In formation comes from Fred 7 8tonI of Cinclmiutl it traveling man who is nn intimate friend of Brown Mr Stone is ut the New Avallne hotel arriving Monday evenl g A newspaper correspondeut site ceeded In locating Stone through tho medium of a conversation he had hadI with guests In time hotel in which he mentionedl having known Drown In timately Mr Stony had retlref nndI declined to be seen but finally con nested to receive Police Superintend ent Homer Oorsliue and to him stat ed thut Drown was in Canada lie said It was true that Brown after leaving Newport laud fled to SU Lotus and then parted with his mustache and made other changes In his personal appearance which ren dered him unreconlzuble even to his closest frlcmwt He then left St Louli nml doubung1 back on his trucks trawled through Indiana and left Winchester on the ills Your Monday mornlug arriving in Canndu at 00 oejoclc Monday night Je iHVenllKHto the CiteHipIoyed- Wnfhlngton Nov20t1Ime Indus trial commission 3ias appointed Pjrof loin It Commons of 4he bureau of I economic research Now York as an exportio Jnveftlgoto itho effect of Jin migration and the problem of the un employed Trraaarr Statement state1as11meat of the treasury balances In thn KftHtral fund exqldHbe of the 150000 reservehi time Itvlatnn rtfti0o gold yc deffipDonshpw Avallafile citsh bal faTee 137878103 gold 1 t 9930113611r fev ft p l l11C rIl If II c1 0- f WEDDED FOR LOVE Marrlnitr of the Duke of Mnnahmtrr and Minn Zimmerman1 Outcome of M HotMnHtlo Attachment Lqmlou Nov OAlI Inspection of tko register of the Morylcbone parish church Monday shows that tho re ported marriage of the duke of Man chester to Mlns Heleno Xlmmtnnau of Cincinnati in true The ceremony occurred lust Wednesday afternoon The couple nre now in Ireland According to the Dallymtnll the marriage was time outt lOt of n long and romantic attachment but it wanI only last tiny fo use tho words of tliednlt himself Unit tarry discoveredp they had been In love with ench other ull the time Then time duke says the Dally Mall seeing tint many suitors w r rofpre iiliig their atUutlons upon Miss Xlmuiennnn Ilulmed her for himself The engagement tins ninioiinced but was denied by the relatives Not being in n position to marry they decided to wait awhile A tort night ago Mr Zimmerman was ex pected to arrive in London and they hod decided to sec him and to get hits convent Jlo hall not como and therefore they agreed to marry with out delay They will salt for New York next Saturday The duke wishes It to be known that he married for love lie has not asked nnd does not hope for a dowry with the lady The couple will set tie nt Tanefuragee The morning pnneni publish col umns of gossip regarding the duke lit ManchcvtrrK romance with long dlNpatrhcH from NeU1 York IT WILL BE CELEBRATED Tlio llumlrclii Annlverury nt the tI- elIIulIlr III Capitol lu Wiuhlriglori la Ha Uull mi 1latorI mar Wohltfngton Nov 20 Monday wni the 100th nunlvursary of time meeting of the first congress which assembled fn Vn U lngton niter the capitallutthe republic was transferred to thin city front Philadelphia The centen nial annlvenmry the removal of thr seat of time government to this city In to be elaborately celebrated IV dembor 18 lbirnles miIl be flelc1 nt the capttol uud the white houne of an appropriate character The ooot fon In many reptfet IIN to be com inemorutlve of the growth of the re public during tlio century Phi governor of nil tIlt states ntt well UN many other adiaUngtilthrdf gUMls are to be present All the de partment will be cloned One of the features of timer celebration will be a military parade which 11rontrllllt the uniform amid nccoutrcmenU of the mllltln of 100 years ago with Uioe of itlie nmriit day In connection with the event there In a project for silt enlargement of the executive tuna sion to a scale commemorate with the prtmeiit features anti grandeur of thItfn1rr GOV ALLENS VISIT II In III No Wlmi Ces feted Wilts HIP 1rojprl to Arqulrr sh- e1aalk writ ladlr Waphlugton Nov YOIt In learned that the reported visit of JOY Idler of Porto mea to St ThomnM In in n wise connected with any project the 0t may IK In contemplation looking t the acquisition of the Danish West ladies by tho United States Mr Count nUn llrun the Danish mlnlt r to Wellington called upon Secretary Hity Monday to may adieu prepara tory to absenting hljnueJf from Wash ington for sevetl weeks It III Improbable t that tho Dutch Went Indian projwbltlon will come before congress which body lmns the sole power to complete such a trunK fer during the coming short ses shod ONE LAD SAVED A IArti nt Tltlr5tn Turk roar the Hlncklfrn Net tinter Crave London Nov 20J17to Dally Express publishes the following from Odesflo A party of 33 Tyrks wishing to leave llussla secretly Milled at dead o night front Ischurnksa to cross the lllack seat A storm arose and the hoist filled First time baggage was thrown overboard Then the children and finally the women were commit ted to the sea but this did not pro vent the vessel from foundering amid nil perished save one pall who lung to the mast and wax washed ashore Oltrn a Preliminary hearing Berlin Nov 20he preliminary hearing in the ease of the woman Selma Schrnpke who recently at tcnipted the emperors life at Brett 1 limn resultedl in the prisoner being onlered to be sent to nn Inmine nsy luui for observation A Ilnjsluu titer cliunC named Spirullcr who took nn Instantaneous photograph of tho acetic nt the moment time woman threw time hatchet will be requested Inter to destroy the picture because it would displease the emperor mid he compiled with the request IluilrM tit Wurk Reduced Milwaukee Win Nov 2071tu 2 700 employes of tillS Kdwnrd P All Its Co began Monday to work 37 hours per week and will continuo on thlsNbans unto My 18 1001 when 54 hours will comprise a wceJks work The men Were working ten hours irlHKi t Open Law OIHoes Now York Nov 20 Per onUl friends of Attorney Oiiiefal Iriggs nVe authority for the statement that Mr Origgs upuqiivhli retirement from the tcabinet will ypcn law offices in New York city anti AVashlngton t I 0 w 4c y I f tI 1ises Our for Cott tihX14 lihU4r S1500SnroMdI 1 Ofall the practices qf lore praise is tilt iiotteseheroiusChicago laily sews Tin tweet to kissa It Kiitne Gum to cbeif The traveler In a desert iis a wellwither Chicago llaily News LIEUTENANLPETERSONSajs J AW Irrlgeeater X titer UIl lrLieutenant Charles Peterson Hook and Ladder Co No 21 writes the following let ter to The l runa Medtcin Co from SH Belmont avenue lRcaPa JIII Lat Star 1 bad a sever attack of kleft hit very weak eu that 1 aausable to perform ray uutjei Hovers my friends advised me to build up on ferrous and I Quad It by fir tbe lined tonic and invigorator I had imtt used la two weeks 1 was atrtfng non well mad Ifvrr I am exposed to unusual harts qi fincident with injrdutifi at fire I like a otoor two of Pernna andillntl that it keelnni in good health Charles Ptou Th ssierls asfy enllNtylFr aalffllMlr trm IHaHM 1NH affftitf She mmrtim mf Prnm There at a great multitude of pro1ale ta the Mad who hays tohrt4 lost thehealth II a mull of la grippe who hUt recovered from an attack but find IhtRHclrca with weakened nerves deraated d4Retttan d1fInh but rttr halo sf thte j pourersThera dlltte known to min that leave the system in such an eutrtfcotu amid ex I yrippcForI isI a ape title Perona ibauld ltaken aceerdiect to direction and id a few tresks time tullerer will be entirely rettored to Ida aecustemt- hEdth Addre The iercna Medtetne tor Ctlm ku Olcr a free cpr of Kaeti end Faeet ABSOLUTE SECURITY Conu- ineCarters Little 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Hacfcward f ICcwrlght 1900 by Loui N YJI f rI rcPaot i I In thin discount Dr Tatmnge fol v low Joshua on his triumphal marchI antI ipvaks encouraging word to allt who ore cpgigcd In the battles of thisI 1 life text Joihuo lSj Thero shallI 2 2man bo able to stand beforet thee nit the days otthy life Mane wot dent A beautiful tradi tion oya the Lord kissed him and inI l 1 thnt act drew forth the soul of theI dying lawgiver Ho hud been burled I only one person at the funeral tbfr same one who kissed him Hut Qoi never takes n man away from nLI plnco of usefulness until he baa samet one ready to replace him The Lord does not go looking around Amid a grent variety of candidates to find some one especially fitted for the vn catud position lIe makes ft man for that place Moses has paused ofrthe stage and Joihlia tho hero puts JitaI d foot on the platform of history so solMlj1 that all the ftges ecWwIth Ihet tread Ha was a magnificent fighter but he always fought on the right side 01 he never fought unless Got I told hlnto fight SIre got lila military r equipment from God who gave him the Promise At the start There shall not any man be able to Htand be lore thee all the days of thy life I God fulfilled this promlM although I Joshua tInt battle was with the spring frenhet the next with a stonet wajltbe next lending on ii regiment of Whipped cowards and the next bat tling against dafknrss wheeling the sun rind the moon Into his battalion and the mat against the king of tcr Tar death fiv great victories AK a rule when the general of anI woull11likeI that he may get Ida own courage up and mlly his troops and t them drilled for greaser eoaf1leLs but the first undertaking of Joshua was greater than the leveling of Fort Iulaskl or the ansnuU of Gibraltar or the overthrow of the Hastlllc ItL wait the crossing of the Jordan at theI time of the iprlng freshet The snows of Mount Lebanon had just liter melting and they poured down Into the valley and the whole vqlley was 1 a raging torrtnl So theQonaanU i ntfchfi on one bank and they look Acre a AniS see Joshua and the Israel ites and they laugh and any AhaI they cannot disturb us until the frenhels full It IIs Iroponslble for thrift td reach ti Hut after awhile r t1y heok acrn lice wnler and they nee n movement In the army of Joshua Thy fay What Is the matter now Why there must be a panic among those trtx Hit and they arc going to fly or perhaps they are going to try In mnroh across tie river Jorddn Jakhua IIs n lunatic nut Joshua the chieftain looks at his army and orient Forwaro march nnd they start for the bank of the Jordan One mileI bud gd two priests carrying n gilt tering box four feet long and two feet wide It Iin too ark of the covenant And they come down and no sooner do they touch the rim of the water with their feet than by nn Almighty flat Jonlim parts The army of Joshua marches right on without get ting their feet wet over the bottomI of the river a path of chalk and brakiin shells and pebbles until they get to this other bank Then they lay hold of the oleanders And tamarisk I and willows and pull themselves up a bank 30 or 40 feet high and having gained tin other bank they clap their shields und their cymbals and sIns thftpritleft of the God of Joshua Hut ifo sooner have they reached the bank than tin waters begin to dniih andi roar iind with a terrific rush they break loose from their strange an vhorngeSAs tht hand of tile Lord God IIsI taken nwoy from the thus upliftedI waters waters perhaps uplifted haltr o mllc4 they rush down and come ofr the unbelieving Israelites sayt Alas alas what a misfortune Why could Sot thnve waters lutvc atald parted I Tlecause perhaps we may want to go back 0 Lord wo are engaged In nI risky buHlneA Those Canaanitcs may eat us up How If we want to go back Would It not have been a more com plete intrude It the Lord had parted thee waters to let us come through and kept them parted to let us go back Iff we lire defeated My friends God makes no provision for n Chris Inn reo treat Ho clears tho path all the way to Cnnium To go hack Is to tile The Immo gatekeeper that swung bock the amethystine and rrystnhliue gate of the Jordan to let Israel passI through now swing shot the unit thystine 4nd crystalline gate of theI Jordan to keep the Israelites from go Ing bark Victory nhend but water 30t feet deep behind urgIng to death and darkness and woc But you say I Why diet not these Cannanltcs when I they hail such a splendid clnrncr f standing on the top of the bunk 30 or 40 feet high completely demolishI those poor Israelites down I rIyet I will tell you why God had made n promise and He Will going to ktidp It Tjero shall not nny man be able to stand before titi nil theI days of thy life liut this IIs no place for the host toI 4 stop Joshua glvcs the command Forward march In tn i distanceI thire In a llung grove of trees nnd at tho end uf the grove IIt IL city It Is iiI I 4 qitysiti arbors n cUr with wull setnln to rench to tlie hca ens to buttress the very sky4li tho great S metropolis that commands the maim I tfI d ii4 4 C iIj r LA tata rfH It IsI Jerlefa That city was Afterward capture by Pwnpcy and i nce by Herod the Great and incefsgnln by the Mohamracdatia but this campaign the Lord plans TheN shallbe no swords 710 shIelds no bat terliif ram There shall be only one j weapon of war and that a rams t horn fin Jhorn of the slain rant was I sometimes taken and holes were pTtao turel Ini Itand then tho musician I would put the instrument to JiM lips and lie would run his fingers over this I rudcmim1cnl Instrument and make a greats dsal of sweet harmony for the I people That was the only kind of weapon Severn priests warp tx takeI I thcif rude rmtfo PMssIcaii1ru 1 tmen8 and they were ip go around I the ilty every day for six days once I I a day1er tUtfi iay amtttfc4 tf ytlMi seventh day they were to go around blowing these rude musical instru nen4 seven times and then at the j I i1oe of the seVenth blowing ofth I I rams horns 6Ra the seventh day the peroration otthjwliqhabe1ie was to bt a shout atlwhlcHvthosc great walls h should tumble from capstone to base t ThesaVeaTIejt whtf thcu fc lnBJrtmicnt8 pa ftnUfnrpuuii thecity walta oVlho Lst dayitnilatere failure Not so much as n piece of t plaster broke Idoie rom tlib wall iot j so much as a loosened rqc not so much as a pleco of mortar lost from Its place There say the unbejlev t lag Israelites did I not tcm ybti io Why those ministers are fools TheI Idea of goIngs around the1 city I with those musical Instruments and ex pcotlng In that way to destroy ItIJoshua has been spollyl He thinks lifcn tike hit linn overthrflVHJ aid ojlqu red the nprlng frcfihet he can 1 throw the stone wall Why It is not philosophic Do you not see there is no relation between the blowing ofI those musical Instruments and the knocking down of the wall It IIs notI philosophic And I suppose there vcro many wllep trca vh 444riththeIr brows knittid1nd fIUHhl toreI finger of the right hand to the forefinger of thq left hand arguing it allI out andlioInthat itJ fA not poIII sible that such a cause could produce such an effect And I suppose that 1 igtIn the encampment thcre wi i plenty of caricature aud U Joshua had been nominated for any high mil- Itary position fun rt Rld Olhavn e celved many Votes JAihuaV itock priest1blowpgI t around the jcltj nnltagn4it TaUire The UhrW Jyti JiV f tu94iiirQrj day ani n failure fifth day onda failure sixth day ami n failure The seventh day comes the climacteric day Joshua IIs up early in the morn lag ttnd exfunlnes tho troop walks all nbotiClookh atrtJeicIty Vajl The priests start to make the circuit of the city They go nil around once all around twice three times four times five times six times seven times and ft failure There Is only one more thlijfe to do and tfiat IIs to utter a great shout I sec the IsraolltUh army crulghtenlng themselves up filling their lungs for a vociferation such as waa never heard before and never heard after Joshua feels that the hour has come and he cries out tto his host Shout for the Lord hath given you the city All to ether the troops shQut Down JerichoieniiioE l And the long line of solid masonry begins to quiver and to move and to rock Stand from Under I She falls Crash go the walls and temples the tower the palaces the air blackened with the lUst The huzza of the victorious Israelites and the groan of the con quered CannnnitCH commingle and Joshua standing there in the debris sUllnRIany4man itand before theo all the days of thy lifeOnly one house spared Who lives there Some great king No Some woman distinguished for great kindly deeds No She had been conspicu ous for tier crimes It Is tho Clause of nahab Why was her house spared liecause she lead been n grgaVMnnor No but because she repented demon strating to nil tho ages thnt there is mercy for the chief of sinners IRut Joshuas troops may not halt here Tie command Is Forward march There Is the city of Al It- m4L be taken How shall It be taken Ascoutljig party conies back and says Joshua we can do that without you It Iis going to be n very easy job You must stand here while we go antI cap ture It They march with a small regiment In front of that city The men of Ai look at thejn anti give one yell anti the Israelites run like reindeer Tho northern troops at Hull Hun did not make such rapid time as these Israelites with the Canaanltev iattCr them They never out such n sorry figure as when they were on the retreat Youwhogo out in the battles of God with only half n force Instead of your taking the men ofAI the men of Al will take you Look at the church Iof Qod on the retreat The Horneftlan cannibals ate up Munson the mission ary Fall back said a prcat many Christian people Fall back 0 church tof God Borneo will ncvqr be taken Do you not see the Uorneslan cannibals have eaten up Muuton the missionary Tyndall delivers his lec tures at the University of Glasgow anti a great ninny good people say Fall bock 0 church of Pout Do youI not see that Christian Ilosopby Is go- ling to bo overcome by worldly philos ophy Fall backl Geology plunges Its crowbar into tile mountains nndI there are n great many people who say Scientific investigation is going to overthrow the Mosaic account bf the creation Fallback Hut friends of God never have had any right to fall beck Jphun falls on his face In chagrin It Is the only time you cversce the back of his head He falls on bin face anti begins to whine and he says 0 Jord God11 wherefore bas thou at Lilt brought J p I 1 JfeU p f4eiev r Sei4 UM vrTi Into tift ftadf f the Amerit r4stray us Would to God we had been CottB anddw lt oi thic other itdetj- cr4an l tljr tie CasiiaaMa MtI aU the Inhabitants of the mad shall hear of It and shall environ va round and cut oft our name from the cnrtbtI I I am very glad Joshua said that He fore it sfcjned s I fiewere aapptri j natural being aithcrefdre Ii be aa example to as but I find he is a man he is only a man Just as sometimes t you find a man under severe opposition or ia A bad state of phywicot I health or Worn out with overwork lying down and sighing about being I defeated I encouraged when I hear this cry of Joshua nH he lies in the dust God comes and rouses him How lkl lJIfepNhttry apostrophe ole saysi V0el I thee up Wherefore lIed thou upon thjlacel Joshua rises and I war rant you with a mortltlee1IookDute his old courage comes back The faqt l f that wasntI iisittkj1 fI Jiie had been In it he would nave gone onto I victory He gathers his troop torou4 Mtiiivaid saym tgNow tIO a plietUIon He puts the majority of tbeItroops bebinds edge of rocks Iten- ight j and then he sends comparative IIlyiHiiiall regiment up ia front of the t city The men of Al come oVt with nIshouf Thsmohl regiments of Israel II UeS in stratagem fall back and fall back bull when all the menjjtiM have left tile city and an in pursuit of these scattered or teemihgly scattered gl Ii menta Joshua stands on a rock Icee hIs locks ilylog in tllII wind an he points ift spear totcnrcitite doomed city and hat is the signal This men rush out from behind the rock and take the city and It Is put to the torch andI then these I oelttes Ila the city march down and the flying Israelites return and between these two waves of Is- rae1itishIjproyessbe xcn of Al are dealroycOf anti UiV Israelites gain the victory and while I see the curling smoke of that destroyed qlty on the ntfWand while I hear the bUzif tee Israelites and th groaa of the CA naanltes Joshua hears something louder than it nil ringing and echoingt through his lour There shnllliot any man bo able to stafldbtox5 thee oil thyhlfe0hiLit quite through iTlicre was time for live funerals before Fl the sun of that prolonged day set Who will preach their funeral sernoo Massillon preached the fu neral sermon over Louis XVI Who will preach the funeral sermon of those five dead kings king of Jerusa hem king of Hebron king of Jar math king of Lachish king of Eglon Let it be by Jbshua WJiqt jabhtu text That shall be the 1 epitaph pltton the door of the tomb There shall not any man be able to stand before thee all the days of thy life Before yod fasten up tho door I want five more kings beheaded and thrust InKing Alcohol King Fraud Kfnf Lust King Superstition King Tnaiclity Let them be beheaded and hfl1 them in Then fasten up the 4oir forever What shall the inscriptions nnd what shall the epitaph be for all Christian philanthropists of nil ages are going to come nnd look at 111 What shall the Inscription be There shall not any man be able to stand before thee all the days of thy life Hut it Is time for Joshua to go home He Is 110 years old Washing ton went down the Potomac and at Mount Vernon closet hIs days Wel lington died peacefully at Apsleyt house Now whete shall Joshua resthWhy he is to have his greatest battle now After 110 years he has to meet a king who has more subjects than all the present population of the earth hits throne a pyramid of skulls 1 his parterre the graveyards and the cemeteries of the world his chariot j the worlds hearse the kIng of terII rors lint if this is Joshuas greatII est battle it is going to be Joshuas greatest victory He gathers his friends around him and gives lila valedictory anti It is full of reminiscence Young men tell what they are going to do Old men tell what they have done And as you have heard n grandfather or greatgrandfather eoled bIIi the evening fire tell of Monmouth or Yorktown and then lift tho crutch or staff as though it were a musket to fight and show how the old battles were won so Joshua gathers hlAI friends around his dying couch and he tells them the story of what beI has been through and nil he lies there his white locks snowing down on his wrinkled forehead I ask if God has J kept His promise all the way throug As he lies there he tells tho story one two or three times you have heard old people tell n story two or three times over and he answers I go the way of all the earth anti not one word of the promise has tailed not one word thereof hits failedihi has come to puss not one word there of has failed And then ho turns to his family as n dying parent will I anti sayst Choose now whom you will serve thw God of Israel or the god of the Atnorltcs As for me and my house we will servo the Lord Dead the old chieftain must be tldII out Handle him very gently That sacred body js over 110 years of age Lay him out stretch out those feet that walked dry shod the parted Jor don Close those lips which helped blow the blast at which the walls of Jerloho fell Fold the nrm thnte lifted tho spear toward the doomed Ii cItyof Itolt1n right oVer tbeI heart thn the five Kings fell Hut where shtiU we got the burnished granite for the headstone and the loot tone1 I bethink mysclfI ijow I imagine that for the beachll ditnU be tile attn UIUt stood upon OIb con and for tilt foot the moon that j stood still In the valley of Ajalon Electricity Is coming mora nM more into useH n the tntiihuluusa t ROCLIM11JIF4IsM I titi- far KTiilillcnn IniiierlnlUU Xetr Clamor n Lnrwrr Standing I Army iiii nn impttcnce thaHs not sur i Beltedti iIJf1fJ turin We say it Ia not surprising beII cntii four years dgo weisaw trIewht- are 4 now leading the danceof Imperiul tm wit equal Liipudeiceclniin U soind money vlcfbry as IheTindorse went of n protective tariff system and the tijiitnedj sjfcSMon of congress while according toothe ronfesslou of Secretary Gage noTadequate shbeeshas j 1ftInr plirltly by every responsible repUb I 3 icqa stump spenkerby the candidates and by the party organs that the I IsAsues of militarism anti Impcriallum btiperlahlsmfstmpOsibie II Jptile llasSpaiisli Warj We wyredJstlnctly os sured thnt no ntnudlng army is con tewplated and that none would be necwsnry because the war In the lliilCippines would cease with McKlnleya reelrtlonCNow after such distinct disclaimers ImperluUIiInIsntrepublican organ to say as the Utica Frets does One thing settled by the C receit election was that militarism oplCIfconilendld E tied TIll Press then argues for n large F- stnntingarmynt least 100000 mcn1t saysGTh Otoowealth number and Intercut of the UnltH States A standing army is no Kiennrc to the liberties of Americans nor is It lbs burden that HresenIlthetorr to enroll In the army makes room for nnothr worker He does more he enhIlarges as a consumer the market for theHfarmer and manufacturer thus contribut ing t0 maintain wages and profits byTn JAsupplyingtbe j will li with congress It It act without delay in order that there may be no em barrnriment In the Philippine from reduced ranks We simply call attention to this false i claim that n large standing army is up iin proved by the people and show the false reasoning by which the press un A dcrtaks to moke n standing army at tttractittram he farm and factory nnd make roorri for other workers nod then the products of these other workers would be cOnnniibyjrmny IInl 1 lbs univ I IHtfutturcrrt F wonldVall around Why then hasnt sonIc oneMarted boom be flfoiepie lIt Is When time are hard enlarge the army and 1et them consume the products 01the workers and everybody will become prosperous The more Idle men the better times Rut this reasoning omits the prime consideration thnt the standing army Is a charge upon the people The greater the army the greater the number of non proIneers of wealth and the cor reRpondlngly greater time burden of producerslownoiuiCicwhiclCKeea In the standing army a good thing the sLime as it saw a few years ago n good thing for business in n brush of war And how warped must be time political conscience which nowlproclaims Its purpose to increase the army 6methlng which was disclaimed jl u through the campaign Our impe rlsllit friends may yet feel the truth of Lincoln aphorism on the fooling of the people Utlca Observer- PARAGRAPIIIC POINTERS Thomas II Reed does not seek to make himself uiduly conspicuous cOIgratuloIl011l1Wn5hlngtonStar The American republic is eo strong that not even four years more of McKinley can turn Its face back from the ancient principles of liberty antI justlceBbston Post iMr Hryan has done the grace ful thing by telegraphing his con McKinleyMri isja good loser Albany Argus The reorganization of time them ocratic party is inevitable but It is goln to be accomplished entirety without regard to the more or less valuable advice anti assistance volun teered by republican editors nnd ora jtexdChronicleejyXVe shall expcof to hear now of i the Immediatet cessation of hostilities In the Philippines You know tIme natives were only fighting until they coul7f hear that Mr McKinley was te lelel nothing to the oiscrcJon which Agullnajdo has been expected to l the event of democratic defeat iiOUEton Post 4 f There Is no reason why the demo crats of the country should be dis heartened They have only to rtcogC nlztlielrcrrors und to correct them in order tri be us formidable a political fftctoY AS they have heretofore bees lhftyicious tendencies of the rejitibUo anTpritty will be stniiKtliened by the rt l victory they have gained wollo ittTS not too much to expect that time democrats may be chatcn v lIS two tiu ndouH overthrows In su tcesslon am lSeglrp cnrneVty to look nt the ttloutiI 0 U di 11 u lFROM ALL OVER THE TATE M 443 Ir lKENTUCKYS POPULATION I 1I OHlvlBtly Aniiotnfcd By the OHNitf Hnrrnu at 214T174 a Julii of 1S Icr cent populaflon dally announced Thursday t 2147 4 against 1838C35 IB 1800 Tills is n Jncronsc of 288530 or 155 per cent he population in 1880 wan 1048CdO owing nn increase of 209045 or 27 per cent from 1880 to 1890 the population by counties iIs as follows Iopalntldii Ilx Counties 1485llen 0051lJallard107GlHarrCR 14731Bell5701lIoonUourbon 18069- oyd 18831 13817Hrjckcn llreathltt r 14322 oosuHUIIILtoLier 16fOG 14610Calloway ampbell 5422- 3arlisle I0IZ Carroll 9S D8Cilley 31002Clnrklay li6t Cllntnn 7811 Crlt 7ndon 15lil 1100DaKdmonson 10000 fillott 10387 still lI6Fayctto 42071 Fleming 1707- 4loyd 15552 Franklin D ulton 1166 allittin 516- 3itrrard 32042 rant nGrave 33ot Grnygon 195- 7reen So 33253 GreenUp 15432 ancock 801- 4artlin 2293- 7arlan 9838 Hirrlson 1857- 0urt 8390 32907 enry USUlckman 11745 Hopkins 309- ackson 1056- 1elTerson 3649 Jessamine 1195 Johnson 13730 Kenton G1691 Knott 8704 population population hland 8M llellevue Green 3235 PHtlcttBburR 3081 Cent Covgtn 3155 Cynthlana 3s7 Danville 4b5 Dayton 6101 Kixrllncton 3012 Frankfort 9487 ranklln 2146 Lebanon 3CU3 Hopklnsviiie 7mHenderson 1027- 2arrodsburg 2019 3822 2860 Logan 2599- 4Lyon 9313 Knox liTLame IO7ta 1753 Lawrence 19G12 Lee 7938 l enlle 6iLetcher 9172 Lewis 17ILincoln 1706J LIvingston 1154 McCrucken 28733 Atcl ean 33445 Madison 25607 MnKottln 13006 16ZJO Marshall l1G9 Martin 7580 Mason 20446 Meado to5I Menlfee 6818 34426 Metcalfe 9938 Monroe 13Uil it Montgomery ustlMorgan lmMuhlcnburg om Nelson Id58 Nicholas 11952 Ohio 37283 Oldham 7crS Owen 17553 pwiley i S874 Pcndleton 14947 Pert 5276 Pike 6SG Powell 6443 Iulaakl 31233 Robertson 4900 Rockcastle 13416 Rowan Rulell 8277t Scott lIcrS Shelby Simpson 18310j Spencer 7t06 Tar lor 11075 Todd li37t Trigg 14073 Trimble 7272 Union 21326 Warren 21970 Washington HlsWayne 14892 Webster OC197 Whitley 5015 Wolfe 8764 Woodford 1313t Time of certain incorpo rated places having a of more than 2000 but less than 25000 j 1900 in pn follows IoDUlntlon of Cities 663- 2owlg 827- 5arroliton 2876- lasgow Georgetown Fulton laurel Marion Mercer Ludlow 3334 Madisonville 3G2S tayl1cld 4081 MaysvUle 6423 Mlddlesboro 416IMorganfleld 1016 Mt Sterling 3661 Nlchotasvlllo 2393 Oweusboro 131K Paducah 194W ParIs 4603 Pineville 072 PrInceton 2GS6 Richmond 4653 1tussellvillo 2591 Shelbyville 3016 Somerset 33S4 Versailles 2337 Winchester 6894 KENTUCKIANS AFTER TAYLOR Mrntrrlona Crowd of Them Appeared IB IndUnatiolln Their ObJeCt llrlnK Vnkneirn Indianapolis Ind Nov 17It was reported lato Friday afternoon that Kentucky had sent another delegation of residents to IndlanapolU for tho purpose of securing the return do the Blue Gross state of exGov Tayt lor The men were at the statchouse Friday morning nnd inquired for Mr Taylor They were sent to the Den hotel and from there said they would go to the court house Jfoth ing more of them had been heard ot them up tonn early hour Saturday morning Gorlirl Monument Fund Conmilmtlon Frankfort JJ Nov 20 Former jov Tams B McCrcnryi of Richmond chairman of the OoebeJ menu ment commission arrived hero Mon day morning and called n meeting of the executive committee lie has re ceived reports from all the county ahuirmea who collected itlic iunds and the total amount subscribed is 9000 This dOM not include the fund raised by the women of time state This fund amounts to almost 0000 Charged With 1orjnry Franklin Kyn Nov O1le grand jury of this county hits returned a true bill for perjury against Lou Ray Three weeks lgo Miss Ncely Moody sued Kay Charles Condll and several women whom she alleged had cruelly whipped und lacerated her feelings and person to the extent of 3000 Baywent before the grand ury and accused Miss Moody of Immorality The matter was Investigat ti and the indictment against Kay IH the result flhv Vunt KlnH Him Whitesburg Ky Nov 17lit the Pike county circuit court John Oat Hir ugetl t3n wcaltliy mcrchani of ums has asked for a divorce tram his beautiful young wIre becau he alleges sJio will not kiss him On a IeJrntl AVnrrniit- iropkinHville KJM OA20t1eorge IlenderHon was arrested on A federal chnrgluff him with a felony Henderson is supposed to be wanted for alleged violation of pension laws In default of 1300 bond Henderson l was taken to the Loulnrlllc jail Vuotlior rldlrou Accident Mt Sterling Ky Nov 17WhmllcI mnkhig a mud dash for goal In n foot ball game Parker tho IGycarold sot of llnllroad Comtnlsslowcr Wood twinted lila rlwtnnJ1e NvUlch broke under his weisKt p LURED TO THE WOODS A Hartford I nryorn SlrnHRp Kx- pprlviic With What In Supposed to HP a Crftxjr PliouKrnph Qwrnsboro Ky Nov 20 Justin Japknon nn itinerant photographer who formerly lived in Hartford but who tins been living in dlirercjit places went to Hartford Monday and tote office of Shelby Taylor u Hart lord lawyer lie induced Taylor to go out II the country a few miles to Bee a mini named Tate who had pur chased sonic land owned by Jackson several years ago The land waWoJd byTaylorprocuring a divorce for Jackson roiii his wife Tlicre was yet a balance due Tack ron by Tote on the judgment andKalq of land and Jackson represented ot Tiylor that he wanted to employ hlm to collect the balance anti Induced Taylor to get into n buggy with Mm nnd tart to Tapes house sonic six mlle from Hartford On the way tlc t yo men reached n lonely road nnd JnrkKon who was doing the rrlviug Q nttcTdenly struck the horse n cut with Ihe whip and started from tho mainl road Ife procewlid across a strip of wood to a vacant house oijd mo Taylor strip off air his clothes lie then took a camera from the buggy and with Taylor entirely nude and scared nearly to death took uTce picture of him They finally niarted back and met n man who rcKeucd Taylor from hilt preriicament but waa unable to hold Jackson Taylor re- urned ito Hartford and related htei terrifying experience The granit ury is liw essloii anti an effort will bo made to have Jackson indicted Taylor regards himself as having been made n victim by a crazy niuiu i J INJURED BY A FALL v She Was Dying When the WeldIng Ceremony Wn Performed and Succumlird Seen Afterward Carlisle Ky Nov rrrs Oliver J OiL Clay died at the home of lien father in this city a few houvn after leer wedding which took place under thu most distressing circumstances Mrs Clay wa Iiss Inez Hurgesia V beautiful young womnn She had been engaged since youth In Mr Clay and the wedding date had been set for November 15 AH prepara lions had been made for n chatch- weddutig when oa Sunday MIss hl r- gelis lIwhllo leaving her loDe w pcr ptIOH IM1rf6rft1I J ult =striking u sharp ran of the step nod breaking the spinal commit lien inr juricfl were necessary atal bat the brokenhearted lovers desired thaf their troth should be plighted before death Kneeling beside the bed of his l sweetheart tho groom and the dy lug womnn took tho vows A little later she was death CAPT PETER EVERETT Brave KxC n ederate OIHcer DJ lug of ErlfJ laic la an laMtm tsylunt at LCzington f Lexington Ivr Nov 20Copl Pe n tel Everett who served as captain under Gen Johm Morgan in the civil war and rivaled that confederate In deeds of daring and bravery f3 said to be djng C eiyfllpelas in the InM j wine nsyiam Kere His effort to cap4i ture len Huroridgc when ho bunted a bridge and captured a train neat Lexington and his burning of the Xl Stcrlmg Kop court house used bjr federals aa ti prison with 60 JI1I nln the face of a garrison of 2000 men were notable acts during the war He has beti in the asylum nince f 1874 and loss of reason was attributed to illness resulting from tins bite of a rabid fox received lUa cftose He lived at Mt Sterling anti fsa relative of Senatorelect Jo mac 1burn J4 i 10The Governor Arrives Owcnsboro Ky Nov 21ov Recl ham reached the city front Iou Jsvlllc Monday night He MTW scm- eomnpanied by Percy Haley IWtistnntj adjutant general his coiinm WlUil Heckhanir of ShelbyviUliv and Robert i Wlckllffev another couwln from New OiciutK the governoo anti hfls party were driven nt once to the home ofj his brotherinlaw George V Triplett whero tywill remain until tbe wed ding naue IhelT Intcnflse-p Lexington Ky Nov I9W1iilee Cruddy the racer horse which sutj tfeted u sCrcrcMpntifl at NewPtwtastbeing led through the streets tote old Kentucky tuBOciatioa tr ck SunJ day humane society agents laterferedr o ami had him taken to u nearby stablti wh re be U Held sutojvtt tu theiSoi cketyV orders Were Hoi U UK Sto es J 6 Vanceburff Ky Nov 19 Willla Cole anti Freddie Cooper Gywrrpld boys were rolUng stones dowij Itlteep WllaJde A4hen ono of MaiBi struck Willie In tho head ThJ chtffj lJs 1Itm unconscious enti ititfeaJprI fmtotly injured Ir flrnkafliIi cut to iLevcs p F- I Somerset Ky Nov 19ittit Hrqwn n brakeman on the Qi 0 A T P railway was run II C jyjjjj killed nt Cumberland F i1U 2Q iJjeT south of here He fell 5QWVa t Wfn and wa cut to pieces a n I tI i fityVt 2 1j t f if =J F ttMEHIGKMAN COURIER 1 GEORGE WARREN HICKMAN KY j I FRIDAY i fNOV 88 1000 ANNOUNCEMENTS I COUNTY BUIT OP COMMON SCHOOLS s We are authorized to announce Mr EM I w ROACH US ti candidate for theI 1 1Et1of County Superintendent of J Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat I ic primary to Iw held April G 1901 I r l Ileslfor the office of Superintendent of CoHiHiOH Schools of Fulton county y ySubjectto the action of tho Democrat ic primary April 6 1001 d FOR SHERIFF t 1 We are authoriiedio announce Mr W I Sheriffeof Fulton County subject to tho I of the Democratio Primary on April j Gth 1001 1 ttt tI We are authorized to announce GEORGE i 7JtR as a candidate for tho of 1 I ICAKPESheriff of Fulton County sub i ject to the Democratic primary elec- tionI to bbo held April Qth 1001 itVeare authorized to announce Mr Fb1 I TORE WRIOIIT as a candidate for toffice Of Sheriff of Fulton county t i subject to the action of the Democrat ii- io it lt 1 primary April 0 1001 j FOR COUNTY CLERK- s I I I I We are authorized to announce S D LUTEN as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk I subject to the Democratic primary to be held April Cth IflOl authorized to announce Mr iinf I 1 1 1election FORD aa a candidate for the l- i l- i j t County Court Clerk subject t I fa of the Democratic pri i 1001iI f r y COUNTY JUDGE 1 limAti1I i I Judge of Fulton county subject to I Democratic primary of April 0 1001 IJ- i J 1 1I JMAMCSEiif 1 tho Fulton Court subject to tho action of the Democratic primary to be held t 0 1901 tt- r J JApril it r j jTORASSESSOR J We are authorized to announce TKOs k It B LAXMOM as a candidate for the of i Ice of Tax Assessor subject to Dem I ocratic primary to be held April C t J 1901We f authorized to announce LUTHER I t i WATSON as a candidate for the ofltee I 1 Tax Assessor subject to tho Demo k I I IcraUa primary to be held April G 1901 w = 1 F + TOM LANNOM FOR ASaBSSOR lathe Courier will befomad the aa j 4 Ip fiaithorlsod ail noHcefestet Th+ensa H tmlie to a clever maa popular and compe tent Ho will make a good race and if a elected will make a good Assessor 0 SmOT FROM PHILIPPINES Chairman Ray of the House Judic L LiuYCommittee says if the Supreme Court decides the Porto Rican tariff un I theIrelinquishment Philippines as of such decision would shut out all pros- pectI of tariff legislation for those is- landsI 0 rl r RANK LOOTING It seems that special crimes occur by epidemics In the last several weeks i the detection and exposure J bank clerks and cashiers seems unprecedented Now comes Clerk Brown of the Qer man National Bank of Newport Ky to the tune of 301000 Also Francis D Oariey of New York files bankruptcy petition short more than ono million t dollarst U 0 J F MANKJB FOR JUDGE In this issun is the announcement ofIIl r Esquire J F Maneso as a candidate lort County Judge He Is ono of the oldest Magistrates in the county had had large experince in tho management of county affairs is a man of honor and integrity I 1andto too well known to the people to r seed any special commendation from the Courier He will make an honest coasciencious officer if elootedso A ROYALIST MHMBBR OF CONGRESS Robert AV Wilcox of the Royalist I I party has been elected a delegate to tho 1 congress of the United States from Ha 4 wail lie was strongly opposed by Re tt- iI f pUfblicans and Democrats alike ThoIi f Republiconcahaidate was Samuel Park I taa t er and the Democratic candidate was David Kawananakoa It was believed I I beingIi would so divide the native vote as to elect the Republican candidatet Parker and his candidacy was made for that purpose The late queen Lll threw herer Ii iRflseace for tho Royalist candidate k Wilcox aa a delegate to our congress will urge a restoration of Queen Lil a rule The whites of Hawaii aregreatly and will urge farther re 41friction of suffrage For the tfirst1 time ihi the American Congress we will have fan out and out Royal Mr member cr dole I 4 gate rt 1 ci I I U THEORIES VS FACTS The lamentation of Coin Harvy brinks before tho minds iry + tho most cnn picuiiim dtspntnut upou the flnlmo vial question u few year it uml sou gpstw hw rtumrkable book Comti 11 1 nlludul School Tlta nerd remarkable iis uardudvbedly It 1114 nurlllug les Everyiiody mid rt lu ir nweut nUll ilJn s + raU m it tits most effective There wasnojfoltlinf tminml hoe jropo sluorm The pupil 4 lit I ht whiml iisLeti tho thwnnstrulor eviry iiutiKiuabli ques lion bearing upon tho frto COIUUKO of silver and ovary one of them wits an Hwcrcd triumphantly Prom first to last tho book as n theoretical discussion of tho financial question was faultless But the theories did not tit into the facts Only four or tire years have pase- eel since this book was tho rage but withiuitbat time every theory which it advanced has fallen down And they were beautiful theories too as we lutve said there were never prettier All of which goes to show that you cant always tell A theory may be apparent ly flawless but one cannot swear by it until after it hncome in contact with tho cold logio of facts and withstood them All of us have seen this often enough to cause us to hesitate about running after now and untried things ut there is not in all history a more conclusive or familiar warning against than is to be found in the variance between the theories advanced in Coins I Financial School and the facts when i they came to be applied to thcmII I o t MAKI THEM REPENT t It would certainly seem that the administration at Washington is justified I its opinion that the punishing of the I readers of the Boxer rebellion in China by mere degradation in rank is not a sufficiently severe punlstimeat for tko crimes of which they were guilty A Chinese degradation of this nature amounts to little fluoro than forbidding tho punished men to wear a jacket of a j certain color or to sport a button of a certain hue or to adorn his headdress with the feathers oi a certain bird Eves it goes the length of depriving him of whatever title of nobility he may boast or of removing him from salaried office is not enough The shying of Christian missionaries the attempted masse ere of the foreign legatiops in Pekin the precipitation of an international crisis of nndsual gravity demand something more It was not a comic opera plot la which I Prince Tuan General Tung Fah litlaagI and their fellowconspirators wero enI raged and there should be no element of comic opera in their punishment Tho death penalty seed sot be imposed although it could bo done with entire Justice bat there should be a wholesale imjirifloawent for life or for IpBff erms of years of these gentry of the Sanctified Fists They have violated theJsw of Nations and they should IM so dealt with aa to create a very wholesome respect for that Law through 1 out the length and breadth of China 0TRUSTS FUJI BANDIThe dispatches have told of the ad vanes since the election of the price ofII meat in Chicago They have also kltiII the enormous advance by the altII trust of the price of salt This is the beginning Tho trusts having a stout grip upon tho Republican party to the campaign fund of which they are lib eral contributors may bq cxpectod to I consider the endorsement of that party 1 by the people last week as giving carte blanche to them and others of them t will tick their fangs yet deeper into the public vitals It all gives emphasis to the fact that the people need in au thority at Washington h party which tatters no special interests but is regard- ful of the popular welfare To say thisf to utter condemnation of the whoso wild blind folly has rendered Demo cratic success impossible By destroy IthoI people to submit to a continuance of the ills they bear from the RepublicanI party rather than chance tho worse with which the Democrats threatened them those wildcycd leaders have become haters in this and any other Republi can guilt from which the country mayjj in the next four years One 1 should hesitate to say that any party however wise and patriotic would surely if given power throttle the trusts for all efforts in this direction in either State or nation have failed so far but a party which had at heart the interests of the people would certainly check their aggressions and hold them in re spectful fear whereas they know that in the Republican party they have a protector and a friend and nnder it a free hand In the ensuing four years they may bo trusted to hold high carni val o ST Louis has in sight 15000000 f her worlds fair of 1903 With her oth resources aid from the states another d countries sale of privileges etc e liaSt Louis has the fair genius as is shown by her annual Valley fair and her expo sitions ll Positively all work dono painIIM18 i jii V J TO HAVE GOOD TKETH it Li essential that yoa take good cantor them A littlo care now and yottll never regret it years to como Our careful oxauiinatiOM and work mark our professional services an dk tiubtlr superior aud satisfactory Notlu ing too diltlcult for our skill Charges that are met with pleasure Drs XcFALL tDiSMIIE- BMINTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD The only stock food that glues pAyinc results a positive reliable guarantee faranteoI d41u9lionsolfmonoyexactathey er wonld sell and guarantee anything io ono of his neighbors In lBtern U n Stock Food you get Three Feeds ForOne Cent eatJaiaivelJ Will make yoar mules trticIi iDlBioalionai stoat Fontf 3 FEEDS FOR 1 GENT j Guaranteed to cure or preheat II CHOLERA also the quickest beg xrdw er ever discovered Yoar money refend ed if it ever fails and you are to be he user and the judge i To every purchaser of a 25 potnd pail thatCOlltMmorecan get in a book costing you 1000 It Yillustrated1 that will give you complete information in regard to many accident and dktlwes- horses are liable to have at any tJn e Give International Stock Feed a ilil You will never do without it by J A 1Jlickmaj Orders will receive prompt ntteatlon at M B Shawa Sons Department Store CARTER RROWDER At the home of Mrs Alfred Urowder north of Enon church this afternoon at 3 oclock Mr Lou Carter and Miss OIUrowder were united in the holy boads of matrimoay A large crowd of friends and relatives of the bridal couple wit nessed the affair WILL MAKE TURKtY PAY I lIliC1havinttmeat of the missionary claims pending against Turkey tho administration Las reprettenlatioaTwo American weaof war have reo ceived orders to proceed to Smyrna add a third is available for duty in Tarkth waters if tile department deems it lx pedient to augment tao forte The skips iastiucted to enter the port bf Smyrna are tho battleship Kentucka fnthod skip Dixie The gunboat Wilmington sow in the Mediterranean may altO be instructed to call at Smyrna if It to thrft l her presence will have a beueflctai ef fect BROWN HAD ACCOMPLICES CINCINNATI O Nov lOTho ex peels who have been working today with Receiver Tucker on tho books of tho German National Dank at New FronkM191600According TUC1lrdayI Browns yeaandSpcumore dl1tBtas far as It goes United States District Attorney IlEI will arrive from Padacah tomorrow proceediull1lwiU certain parties under surveillance aud willfollownay 1I111s r l orANOTHER ONErfr ui Phif1pisNationald with embezzling 3000 Ins land was bed at 13000 which he gave f IWHFf you feel that life to hardly worth tho candle take a dose of Cham TablotsThey bowoltman For lIIeklllaniand L I I t I DONT YOU WANT GOOD GOODS coatateseytheni i DIAMOND JEWELRY i The latest creations Da Diawoad Rings lireeehM Ew Pina Waiehes luaus and Navelties new on display IIWeaR real jewelry Mare The nry MItt of evertia store the Jewelers ef line MM always be toad at the I IcG SCHLENKERBweadee lialMla Clinton Street T T 1 T T IJ Stove HEATING Boards Stove Ailil li1 Just received large supply of HeatJJ ing Stoves coal and Wood j Call and see them jjAbo remember we are solo agents jjI for the famous i t iil It f ji No stroke DO Mhes lesa wood sad More heat thin any other stove made Gone and see them 1 P W S ELL4SONV I joiassY fi ij TJTI 1IoIrTT u U FIE IN T EXAS + RAN ANTOSIA Nov 20The A B Frank Company wholesale grocers and KoMIIdwerMaWn plaza suffered a fire at 100 tINe afternoon which iaiict d a IOM of more yinlluraaco MONUMENT FUNS FMANKFORT Ky Nor SO tueetinge the QQ Mat As soeisteaa WM held M Ute Capitol Jlc4tl today read variotMi aeeemtM were pail JkPcwiMcMeCrMrVt thww of the RwckUo reported WOW nbMZ by the amis hnMck aad 16000 by tlte woawaB beast making a total of flG UO Oft hudThe OChetulIB taaay places hav not reported and the sum will be swell eel to probably M5OUO The Lrtgida tare hM heretofore wade ap woprla Ila many instances to erect similar BMW Btneatt M in the cue of the late Governor Luke P Bkckhara BebtHt Lekhtr peebabirauppkaseatan the land raised hy popular satocri loa Arthur aad JmUs Ootskel will likewite wtocnko to the fund It will ha two years before the monument to built ISRicaftNAYLOR have added a spec- turnMblal line of fine Overcoats to their law goods dej rtBieaL Will Mil you Of14 cheap No old stock all now and update Thawday the 29th to Thaaksglvlng DayArch Hertweck weat to Fulton one dy last week To remove a corn or baatea First soak the cern or bunion laI mina waHlI to coffee Itt then pAre It dews M close ly as OII 1tie without drawing Wpply Ckaaberlalas Pain Balsa- aily twice rbWag vigorously for fire mm- aetas at meek application A rota plan ter shoaltl be worn fer a few days to protect it from the shoe Asa genera1 iniment for area brakes laea MTlacare yoarllfe la the Feaasyl vanta Mutual Special new features For farther linformation see lies JM Six OUTVEX agent THB ST LOUIS BSPUBLIOf- cyery Monday and Thursday a news paper aa good M a raagaaneandt- or for it contains the latest by telegraph as well all Interesting BirWie to treat to the subscriber of the Twiewa- Week I Bepablie which w only fl a year Tho nan who reads the Twteea Week Republic kBowsall about affairs political domestic and foreign events potted about the marketa and commer dal natters generally The woman who reads this Twlcea Week Republic gathers a Wtof vale able iaferawtvoa about household affairs lad late faahfoafl and reereaUea in the bright stories that same aader the head ag ol both fast and Action There iLt gowip about new books and a doxen other topics of especial Iinterest to the wide awake man and woman rarmfor Sale sCeutaiuiiiK UOJtf aeren all cleared aad antler fence Situated oa pablte road In Mad Creek neighborhood as fares Oeod hones orehartl aud stock range For tenos Asa apply to 10SW4t Rou RoPER Moscow Ky x ting I I Y- I I IL MAMMOTH Bronze Turkeystf I am offering this season lull blooded Mavmotk TurkeJ1lllfl- lPIllE WINNING STRAINS bYrdlttbAe fttIlMctlul1yIOIkiL head of wy Mock was a 40 JlOlutd bird and hft IIn not very farbehind tbjx figure The Hrka fa t Males tUGJO- INh tlM each JOHN A McCLUKB farme1 mile East of MU Hcnoon P O itddraw Hioltmun Ky ttoih14t 1Qirl l1iF All piinwws lndcbtt d to are by oO or account are hereby notified that their accounts have u eu placed in the hands of Mr Ira Green tor collodion lie can bo found at this iKMtofflcu PlCMO ca- to hiat at once nail mottle m I weed tho mosey Respectfully G B BAKTUTTT MTOCK NAVE I On Tuesday Nov 90th 1000 I will sell Stock Cattte Mink Gown one lot of 11logs c at public outcry on a credit of tt nanttrxpurchexers giving bond and good security Sale on tuy place flu allies below HIckBimn near the Brig fiance tcc B W McCLURE Notice to the Fiirmsrs It is our purpose to buy corn again this season ia Jlkkaian paying at all timra the highest cash market pnce We haye arranged with Mr W M Shaw Io buy for as and he will uw our afW lat st iMBrovvd Fairbanks scales all will kern life office at the scales We will be reiHcinberod as having kept up prices ea corn at Ilicktaan the put two seasons Thanking yon for WIt patronage and soliciting a continuance of saute wu are Very trulyIMOKCIAN IIAKDV UKAIN Co Tennbett1r Wo lave just returned from mar ket buying a largo lino of Buggies and IITRM We have now on hand some of our bettt grade of Buggies that wo will give YOUR bargain in to make room CoICsaeealIwissurts NUce FULTON CIRCUIT COURT J M Witting no llalstiftll Equity les Dillon tar Notice U hereby given to the creditors of Mary Kaoerr deod that the undersigned Commissioner of the ITultoi Circuit Court under Hit under in the above styled cause will attend at his oJHee on the corner of Jackson and Ken Snaky strefetflr from the date hereof until this lilt 47 ot the next January term of this smart 1901 to receive and hear proof of claims agaimtsald decedent I aed tliat all claims not prexetlied to him and nap as required by law wlthioI- I the time specified above will be forever barred W I1 TAYLOR Mast Uomr Faltoa Circuit fiy TOM DILLON SR Deputy I f f 4 I 1 u- ra t pJ= COUGH 1 r t MEDICINES r I 1 COLD CURIII JJvtJ 4 nIIILLi TONII1Ii t p 1 io I A ALL KINDS AT io ygill CowgillV DRUG STORM QQA 4 i t Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention- S rALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR 0iDELIVERY ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS t e I Alex A Paris one- SHOPCITY BARBER To uiy old customers Wo ere hero tojitay Nobody will finprcclat your parroBaffO or take more plrasnro in try pleano y- btubers oa Uian we old rvliablo It U OAUIWHU FILL C1C0JLJ Hrtee Nkao Rnrber Nktep In the new Lftclcda Hotel whcro can bo found good barbers jtolito and ready to serve you loud work clean towels ken razors Well try ypuJlilt Ivr 1 DR S K DAVTDSDN DentistHIOXMAK KENTUCKY f OslM ever 0 wgll A CUYrgile Drstr tHor S LIVERY STABLE OWOSITK K1L DKI OT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggiesI surreys carriages sate team kc CJuHtonity1served with courtesy und lOlItcl tssi la tronugo solicited Telophono1 10 r- A1 t ARUTERS x m QI1QIIIIS FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIES ETC f a iICLINTON tfTUKKT- HICKMAN J 4 lt InnTUCtty Telephone No Itoet x C E EAKER t 1 General GlOcetj Powell Block Clinton at tJ having pureiraeed the Grocery gtsekof Isthave1 all eld friend to eaUFreell deeds- and CLelwl BargtiaiI i iItx 4 giM45 L r 4 L f n1- 1s ft t 1 e uiWsre 0 ht 1 l i 7 =iCHlIitmil Time Table r1 10 N 0 St L K R h CHjJiI l ARf1VPt TijTB mt a4turlrblYlISpI t7 Local and Personal Ii I I AnctrIy Hdoof County Court Clark nnbjocCto bindllhtilz i x l1r1yap tested free nl lucks forPjf Mliw Dora Hmllh wag on the sick Net tIio IUIIIt week I tivusirttlwttBflTTvcth wllhouU platts MdFAiO lit OISNUlnut It S IllY tOil T Smith of tultou wns a it caller tart week H Mat down nttcndod Federal Court nl IAdoonii this week wnghtOyofsoabs MWHM Tom and Jan Itcnniak of Ultii ton ecru visitors Sundayss Mr Maggie Rnndlo vixltpd friend and relatives iu Jackttou lust week withJloutj JoIn Font and Joo Welch catno down from Fulton Saturday to see old friontU Mrs A M Perry has rcturaixl homo J vleittoltockSpringGet watch ut Jiucko C The Houston ly U dniiin lng wheat considerably in tho Oaktoit uctptilxm hood flu Sndlo Ambcrj OHHtatnut cashier f Hickiniin Bank U vUltinj her puriintri 1III 1arn ould Art byKr l if tu ItHh S theSday ornniti tcuLJ C Chuck attdudod tho M K f acidtSsiturinyl rt BSMaFAUtDuMUKH8 thoittilnlegs diiUUitU o A MniJ K Furjuii roturm d undtiy t from a skit to friends and rulntlvort In Jaakson Tvnu tnt Ohnrlcn loolc of Lyunylllo tGrave county iis vLdtitiK her mother Mm E CMC iu Wwt liokman Till constitutional atnondtnonU mak J1 inslt parable to hold a World Fair at JJ 8t Fx aU In 1903 earned 4r Mltix Ainuuda Iowoll a former IIok i nine young lady now of WickltJIc Tu a vlnitor In the city thin week Ifj IEWo uro itoltiK to mil these tug atontdgiwiI on haud at MUIDO price If you want a do wo do do B K HKKVKS to Co ThoWCT Uwlll indtttat lire A1ieo oilulwlJ today ut u p rn Alfnrp A largo attcndattco rcquMtcil- y Sonator Lillanl Carter Proslilout of tp tho Stat Stsnnle to now aotingOojern v or of Kentucky during the absence of I Our Ucdkhum on hte bridal tour RepiottFuundCourier at rate of 1 iont a word cnoh in- tmrtlon Iowonaliiinnlionrt Iron i Quito a crowd of people wnife in town 7Haluniay moro t pooinliy from tho low ijri aw mill Acttlouwutl and ouslneAii WnK good InIlCS 4 The Courier hnan Htnilght tip OIl three warrlngM of well known Hiokman young men to fount noon All nro to vptl out of town howovur Nuts guess luvhllaA I nskiuglodgeCounty Attorney to tilt the unojtplrod term of A W Llndwiy deceased Ho 1 3 n worthy young man end wo hope i will receive tho appointment Next week tho Courier will toll tbs roador of tho umrringo of u Hiokman young couple which event occura Sunday JCth Dint Tho happy young cou t plo hnvo tho Couriers best tyL ties ofL I prosIC81tyI j r A lette rout Hobt Wcalhcrly at Sun I j Joso Plnlippino iHlnnds tinted Octo t ill4r 18 1000 and written to his parentH tj nayn dint ho Iis enjoying good hOllthJ 4ntid to leave the Islands for the t IIUuHcdI IIIIII011SI111yI sooner I County Surveyor HolniM has been engaged thin wook running a lino for n lino for a trrm railway for the Siugorr- Muiiufuctnrihg Co from tho river buck through their laud recently purchased ifXfroiu J M Held It will strike the i river ucar tho old Doc Hold mill altos MiwHra Hay Pretwood Julio Foils i 0 F Oahuko Dr J U Luten W W Meadows of Fulton mud Sam Imtcu of Illeknian wont to Camp Titter near f Tyler Mo Saturday on a fishing and hunting trip Molt Ayrwi and Ucorgo Ucrbcrt of the Fulton Leader worn parII JI by goodleasetilt KioUosty of people who hesitate to tell the roiwrter any mutters con 1 Jy cemintf tliewsolveu The right thing U i to do fa to stop a newspaper man on tho lbi 8 reot or any other place and toll him haveVcompany 1 f4fn any way a matter of news If you SBVhiive done anything mean of courso I lSkeep that to yourself for there are alt KJ ways others to toll that lJIuthis issue is the unnouucomout ofC VArch Brovard ai a cimdiduto for County 1- iOoart Clerk Ho is woll known to tho rt r peoplo Thoro Is no truer gentleman in 1 A thu county or ono that Is moro Jam ty peteat fur the position I tf1 I I M TIGl 4 x ff 4niPt l3 rf I V 1 j r1 V t 5T13P11ENSSMTH1 FINE FURNITURE t I Buy our ACME Felt Mattress test it 60 nightst If it is not best in the world we will pricevlvn Our New 860 Suit is a 1 1leautyfinished- eytiall to any 5 10000 Stilt f We Want 1 You to See It Ynit Holidays Bockcis slbeapnesswillvafihlr Please The successor our Special Price Sales has so R decided we this week make new offerings The high value in these lowpriced items of household goods Can readily be seen on inspection If 1 HERES TRADE BUILDERS Solid Oak Suits new lot worth 115 nov 1200 Handsome Dining Table cheap at S5 S Stout fullsized Bed good at 250 our Jtrice f 2QO r Beautiful1 Oak Sideboard worth 1900 175Q I r fullsize Bed 400 regular cut to 300 Ouk Dining Chairs per set of six 350J- t Cotton top Mattress the real 200 kindo 150n Our Combination Mattress is knocking em at 150 CouchesBed Lounges CenterTables PRICES WILL STRONGLY ATTRACT YOU J b I JJ t New Home Domestic Standard FINE SEWING MACHINES1I Others 1600 and up L r STEPHENS SMITH FURNITURE UNDERTAKERS GOODS u i t t rj Lf u Attention is called to the law card ofr Bennett L Remloywho fiolfcit lmsf e I in their profession It Iin a Htrong roll able responsible and worthy llrn- ufjfA now lot of Dry Qeodn and La discs und Childrens Underwear just rooII ceived at H 0 AMBEKQS IIZlt tw Oifieij i 111rlallrill1 1 J 1 MOlIa1l1III1 j I Itobcrt Madolo and Miss Alice M Sol1 omen of Wlokliffo and Edward MillsI I and Dlbss Mary bids of Fancy First Urovw county wore mama In Cain this week 18 I have a lot of flue custom I Button Shoos for ladles price 1300 400 which 1 now offer at 260 thoyareI ull unit class shoes unit tho best bargains ovtr offered II 0 AMBERO 11 2t2VcI wMr Claud Andrews late with Morgan 1t Hardy Brew the popular andI courteous young gentleman has accept ed n position as watchmaker and sales man ut DUCKS Jewelry Store where ho will ho und anxious to servo you in any way P8T A largo asorttoontof Winter Bug gy hobos at K E KKKVES J Gos They t will give you a Bargain In something c nood In that Uric Obi UOLD WHISKEY The genuine OLD GOLD WHISKEY be obtained iu Uulou City Tua W U Webster only Any othw GUider thoro offering it or olaimiug toI Imvoit is practicing a fraud t TutrroN MILLKTT Co Dkttllwd Owenaboro KyII r f iP I A CARD Through tho Courierln behalf of my esprealtoman our sorrowful and heartfelt ap predation for their kind ministration to my brotuer Warren Lindsay during his late Illness It pleased God to call him hence and in our storw it iis a tem tort to realize teat ho was so kindly unit tenderly cared for and by those who only a few yearS since were strangers to I him and his family May God bless you one and all fa the prayer of his brother BRUCE LINDSAY MTTbe very best qaality of New Or loans Molasses ju received at ll282w H C AMHKROI Xapeleeai Ideal Wewaa J Mrs Alexis Calandre a French Can I adlan woaaan who lives at Anthony gave j Dlondaytonight year I Mrs Calandre gave birth to another pair of twins making a total of four she has contributed to the Pawtuzet population in leas than a year Mrs Cal I andre was married five years ago lutII August and to now the mother of seven children Providence Journal STATE NEWS NOTES William Wright of Dawuon was kill J ed Rear there last week by au L OItrain Deceased was a miner in Il Orabtree mInesII I The slaw election board will meet on I December lord to canvas the returns and officially declare the result of the State ele tionII United States DUtrict Attorney Hill of Louisville says he thinks the recent I election was the fairest ever held in stateMrs i Well has sued the Padn cab street railway company for 10000 lf r ft I Y 0 For vOlir Mine of jr v Now on tilt rnacK i Tie style beauty and V+ You I been I J 4w Oak I VaUeyI f Injuriesdamages suitulued in being thrown from a car InOwepsboro MissJeanand is now in Florida OH a bridal tour OollcJCholerafind it to be a great medicine says Mr E S Phlpps of Potean Ark It cur speaktoowins the good opinion if not praise of those who use it The quick cures it ef fects eveu In tho most severe cases make byCowgillkM Shaw State Line Mr W M McDowell of Anthony Fla iis in lltckman this week Invest gating as to the location cf his crate factory plant hero He uses chiefly cottonwood and sycamore and is favor ably iuipretaed with Hickman 1 We are halo to stay Call and ex amine our work MOFALL DISMUKBB the painless dentists Office over Who sons Book Store MISSION SERVICE i Rev James K Mason of Louisville has been holding MlIl01l Services at the Episcopal Church this week assist ing the Rector Rev Arohsr Boogher and the meetings have been fairly wed attended and the congregations have been deeply interested and attentive The Rev Masons series of serpaons have been able plain simple spiritual goBV IierMon and greater praise can no man pay to a preacher The services will eoBtinue tonight tomorrow and Sunday and Monday night the Rt Rev Bishop Dudley will preach and minister the right of confirmation Everybody respectfully invited to attend these ser victor j I t 7 h FOR THE BEST dr I- NGROCERIFS I I Qrt whereI lie a1igovpo want FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds TTPTOnATI GHOQJBBTI 1 1Vt FrscnClinton5 LEDFORD hANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware1 y I Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement rtrWecerry everything usually foundin afirstolass Grocery andjnojt pains will1 IIbe spared1 tQP Icase our customers b j- 1 Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR JUICES Try ueU 4 Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered this and line and solicit SPECIAL OFFERDua Silt s enabled to sell and hereby offer Four Wh16keyftormarksto faetoryThY b most liberal offer and await your orders L Bring Your Job Work to Tj1isOffice4 j nrb tii I The Ptttnt Lather Shot thatWont Greek Thro Fit and wetr comfort service =tULtris the storyandII Monarch Pats the patent I leather shoe that are ferentLonglived difjII shoes because theres life in the I leather comfortable shoes I because theyre made rightII Pats haMonarch e cor nered foot comfort Wesrj itiMonarch ily of great shoes JjLevgniiJJ I leather I Look like 9500 Shoes We sell them for 9360 Button Lace STORE SHOE Rice Naylor Crown and bridge work a specialty MOA t DISHUKES the painless dentisUOnxMBKKLAiNa Stomach and Liver Tablets cure billionsness constipation anti headache They easy to take and pleasant iu eflcct For sale by Cowgill Cowgtll Illckman and Av M Shaw State Line ILFnewtry Joe W UeaHftl BENNETT Ii REMLEY ATIOEN3BYSATLAW = espeolalth ties Mr Bcnnetta office will remain at Clinton and Mr Remleya In Hiokman c I 1 ITO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in 1 iin e of business at Union City Tenn andcarry at all times a large welLaa sorted stock of Good arid Pyre Whiskey as well as all other goods in that respectfully a TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER I am you a I W TTEBSTEM I r- I t I i ore 5 j jA Fr OLIVER Undertakerji- I w I sA ME A TRIAL ekes you want GIVE kmUklng done or repair 1111 Wagon a c lientiheiitg a ipeelklly 1 also keep a tall line o- fUndertakers i Goods Common KwswoeJ aad BflllJ Wick Wklaat Ceffias nil Caiev wbleb MB be fitted op in short aotlce and ajJ rlale- alaleprlct Qive aa a call Diir the JailI INew PalloG S r JUST ARRIVED Oalnieal Kraut Oats PicklesiiInolled Oats Mustard Grape Nuts Salads IIjuokwhcat Flour Grits r Flake antI Pearl Hominy Shredded Wheat Biscuits All kind of Canned Goods L P1 WS Ellison Telephone 80 Quick Delivery MILK COWS FOR 84LD Several good milk cows with young a calves for sale JOHN MAYS j Farmers Free Column j Under this heading will hereafter berj 1 published notices not to exceed 0 each front farmers who are llii88Iers who have horses mules cows pro ducts seed o for sale free of charge x eo F Poland CkiHa hogsll 13 head sows and boars 6 weeks old Iifor soloI M McCLURE r Cow ron SALXA good Jersey Cow with young calf Apply to NJ OORUM Hickman Ky For Saler1 horse 2 years old past one mule 1 year old past and one weaning mule Apply to MRs J P OREKD vi f l 41 1 f JTit 1l r r tI T fi Ii lj v t4tt4t t Ili i I I j 1 r tijC l 1 p J 111 X COUNTING all the r precious voons FoSwhtch th s v mite ur feast l spread I r 0 let us not forget that chie Among our treasure are our dead11- f i I Let us give thanks taut they have lived i And on our lives such radlanco poured t That with the sunshine o C the past r I Our later Ipnelleat years are aimed t I And that removed from longer sham I f In these brief festivals of earth We pel their living presence still The nrgels occur home and hearth- i I A light surpiisshist fun or slur A Breath more awe t than bursting flowers t The mlziii Qf IollllJ beloved 1 Qo hFn 1nd yet iICer ours S 0 Father let our dearest thanksI lie for the teat Immortal paid That death has set llaavenalamps aflame 1 t And Thou art nearer trough our dead Frances 1 talt In Christian Work IL i J 1 Iil DINNER THANKSGIVING I T WAS Juliets Idea Most of the ideas were Jull ets You see we are under so many obligations Ho m e oT ulli etI f It called him Borneo in her Ihours of ease h Ills name was John l Theres the Dorchesilers and the l Bennhigtonailllers and Basil and Ixonorn und the E GerardKeencs Ji were under obligations to nIl of them Juliet WOK not atrong in her English 1 l grammar but in everything else nODltoII t tl Yen to thif ileailt certainly my wouldtI t I IIi po t lition now toget her inn stronger light Strong lights were becoinjngto Juliet t He mused over her pretty charms and thought Idly what a fortunate fellow he was 1 Its awful to feel under so many obligations I Borneo You feel like that Itlnthegeographyt his ix I back You remember him Romeo Yes he was an old tschopjnrate of mine be satt uumorouslyi Juliet t it 7 JIf laughed 4iJ X fcia + hrlreu- rr rWcll then you know how I feel go I i iIngrountlI illi UJe Dorche tersrand the t ontt a my poor little back Tthfnklve found a way to get them ofT Borneo Yes rnbsently Hgb Yes Sow stop wo gathering and I listen Im going lo liivlU them all to 4 4 Thanksgiving dinner e BytheholyMosey6uare He was on his feet before her gaz Ing down into her calm little face In amaze 1 am Juliet said serenely 1 He continued gazing Was Juliet go- Ing mad There had bcenwnIUyCt there had been a Wheeler a generation or two back who was mentally nber rated Juliet was a Wheeler on her therefore Juliet was go 1 1motherutde1 t groaned audibly I Keep calm dear dont all Vyour self toto be agitated he said RomeoJohnthat was another phase of her name for hlmnomeo John sit down here beside me and be 1 1i I JIIi recafrlttll lirfhe oil those people were I ThanksgivingIllgatlom I suppose you see that Romeo Men cant see through a look Ingglass Have you taken that in Well today is the 17th I shad send the invitations at once Ive only just found out I ooiiltl safely you know 3 He didnt know He neemeil to know1 1sofew things Among the few jeveral facts arrayed themselves flaunt Ingly d in his cDnKcIousness lie knew that- i their income Julieti and hln traapn- thetlcally meager that It wits ttfanet their maxims to run In debt that their diningroom was ten by thirteen The I latter fact appeared indomitable He- waVcjj+ lils hand toward the neat little dlnlngtable before them wltbn eloquent gesture Juliet understood his gesture perfectly ItII Jlomeo The wee est bit And there are letscount twoDorcKesterBthre- eUrnnlngtoniilllers thats live Take your obits JIundIlbinco rspread out u the fingers na8n7ana J onora w Theyre iinrlia nuittereddocking them of r his thumb Why not He i and Juliet were thep lrCbaiveti r lvand live 13 Gerard Keener count t lag the clillilrtu Now how manys I c thatT Ihtnieo john was regarding his widespread fingers With disfavor There t 4 tvjjre not enough If Twclvel Tljuti 1J2 Romeo Then there a nipther John of cpirte We mustt Imye rnotlar John anU the l i girls Thats 15and you and I I ISixteen he groaned Mr dear k the diningroom is ten by thirteen tThere are three extra leaves to the i J table wjntl jilut lie gbt no Jturtljcr Jullelf irunV- fcried hFrselflightly 1t his klll and Iwtht1 l 1 1Ith white hand tI rR 0 1 1oorboyr she cooed Uv hull 11 iF 4 Tr 1 s Ii not Bo ormcntc anf longer FO he shantj111 he shall do is ooUccthlw wits and wait Somebodys g ing Jttto enlighten hint It wan a sunny little room andI Juliets fair hair was golden In one of the beams of light Im going to invite them all but Uieyre none of then coming ont you see you boy Its easy as roll- Ing off a log Thats why Im going to dot lets thought It all over1WJ Its the best way1n pay off our rnrr gallons Its the mot economiC ecouomicalatwe Romeo He gnspcd spasmodically What code of morals was this Invite them all to a Thanksgiving dinner because she knew they wouldnt cornel The gentle voice ran onIOf course Basil antI Leonora will come Im sure I hope sonnd moth er John and the girls and you and I Romeo That will make just a cozy number of us and just a fit for the ten by thirteen I I lIe laughed too because Juliet d Ii- Jlie had toIt was contagious nut he was still floundering helplessly In the tangled web pf Juliets codp of honor The small tweet woman rend his mind with perfect ease j 1 know It Romeo Do you tiling I dont I know Its an heathen creed she said But you dont know how Ive agonized over alljhose obligations you cant think dear boy Im sure Ive Ilost flesh and 0I onlydeIa to go jlennlngton Millers big lunch and the 1K Gerard Keenes ball She broke oft and covered his brown fare with kisses I Jont care Im going to settle things iftd begin over new she cried recklessly Pnl going to take things mto my own ifands and be a heathen fltJli no use derb- oy you neednt look60 moral Imtt going to do it 1mttttott going to pay up those debts with yourhardearnetl I i1slAih7D2A ElG1l s rtsweatothebroWwont costccntVt I u X But therisks my denrfthe Tlsksift put in itonleo John solemnly If the good people all accept sThe good people nil wont Ivqa v certalned that of course The ienl hlngfoninilcrs arc going out df1tot n for Thanksgiving The Dorchesters are going to hare a big family dinner at home with all thetfolks there you kuor Mrs Dor heflters cook told her wrisllerwbman anil hcr vVash erwoman j my washerwoman 11111 pose you can follgw that clew Then oh yes little Kitthrr pe Kecnc told somebody yesterday or the day be fore that the boy twin there are twins y6ij know1 wait sick and theyVt j cpuntrgoing nt ohco4shall have Just time to get in tntrl tltatlopYou SQC there are no rl its Romeb VooXhCy niurniurcorf ritULunvon vlnceiU Well VI 7htf or them there are lulle crfcdj gayly She had whipped a UUJc tablet and pencil out 6f her poctfel and was jotting something tlown hurriedly Turkey eight or nine pounds one goodsized chlcjken one wilt make a pie if you stretch him bunch of cell cry She went on writing down items in her neu Klanting little letters Ro nu o John looked over her shouhbr admiringly They were the same dainty character that had filed In close ranks across his loveletters from Juliet only they bad spelled different words then What sweet words they spelled Its best toorder the things in good season you know Romeo cite said Last year at home we had to put up with second choice because we waited too long So youd better step Into Pilchera going down land give him the listseeThe 1 invitatinns ah Juliet mentally dubbed them were duly writ 1of1 shq thought 1 think 1 take nnt uraUyto to dopmtcouldntgetDing nnd I up Innclic and things that they would come to without asking for money nnd tnt1 know how hard the money conies just now to my Romeo l6nt I 11he dear boy Is trying to hide II but Im not nctirjijghled RomeoJohn forgot to run in to fordotbeenalnec ttl e beglhuingI J On the tray hone at night lmeo John ran In He produced JulIeVi Ijttlc list promptly t I I want toerorder a turkeyfiiTid the fixings for Thanksgiving It Is a little early little early but Its never too early toernfend Jje said lthj lame humor Itsjnlwfty whtp to btf the first worm to er atohTtTTe early bird I 4 ISure chuckled the nmrkctinan with ready appreciation But yjiir XK lateyour wifes caught Itl ttlThewife was In an hole gQ amlcaugbt It A fine piie 12 pounder A 1you dont say I i was wader tho er impression that ahe+ wanted tntImprctlSlonHe consulted the little memoranda with a puzzled fmaeJ fKlgbt ornln landsitwits there plain enoug b In Juliets slender chlrography rb marketman rubbed his liandh toycthp i and explained e 4 t SLikeIy shes changeil her mind sine ijnornin I knew a wo pun once wb dldt She Raid something about havit ten folks to set down to him ans 11 thought hed better be fairly islwqbl JI promised her a 12poilndwr Mire Wilt you come in season yoiLre usually ab to take your plekJ f t Ii A 12potntderten folk to set dow to himby the hrtlj psw vhatdos at mean now soliloquized lion 11i11 as he jolted home in the 1 c oclock ear He counted on hU flngrj cover Uj under core of ids nevipapI Bail and Ixonora mother John ac I the glrte and UiomnflvevVoucoultJj t make ten out of that shy way j t reckoned Itno sir Youd have atl1 on three 3luml he said alojid ln iudd enlightenment Julie iI np lie toM htm She mot Man a tfic tic r with a queer little smile You see Romeo + 1 f f my deorT TJJiey looked at rah otherJTort e space of a monleot vithoui flirtt r speech tit came In the last mail ths jk t man brought Itl Youwe I sraft 4 4 TPOUND TUUKBY V ifiJtea4Yes my dear certalnlyr TheytnlIn three couing She said be wai delighted to change their plans so that they could take adtan rage of my cordial invitation groaMdJulietcoat meekly Ive been downtown and spoken fpr a bigger turkey antandsI told Itr Pitcher to save us a pair of small chickens I specified small You ran make two small chickens jjo n good way in a pie Romeo Way round the table can 017 queried he gravely They wont into the diningroom and t made elaborate plans and Juliet counted bl cr best napkins After Ml it was nil right they decided with a fine attempt at cheerfulness The next day RomeoJohn on his homeward way caught n glimpse df a small woman that looked unmis hurryInghe thought site glanced over her shoulder guiltily He tried to catch her car but failed Probably It wasnt Juliet after all what would Juliet be doing down at 1llolirr again Unipli there were other small women In the world nut Ito oneJulietmet him at the door and confessed I saw you my dear he said- I saw you Romeo Then I hurried likeeerythfmrHollwoWell k r But she need not have imi hi- mlIJ ordered one that would Weigh 15 pounds And Romeo Kh specified tw gpodsl ell chickens knowI f tJyou 1 I know 11U1dthei r I entire Dorche tor family thore to j dinner brit they erccr1 glad to put it ofT till Christmas She said It would give them great pleasure to come lndistinctlyCome into the diningroom Romeo thetnljlegooddealmindiandLebnoraanyway m1deerI TiheroIcrt4 Q I to 7iai pen It hnpf+eite4 It was a few days before Thanksgiving Juliet took n downtown car aRt appeared In ItomeoJTohhii htl1e afllco in mid agitatedOhlies dear save Ourbreath youll need 111 hojpaldj soothingly It 1osttnaGrouNo a boy lV0 got It in iny pocket The reuil the little perfumed nofo together In wileIsec hen Juliet rind It again aloud llcr wise sounded frightenedtMyI dear Mrk ni m H I Write at this late date to accept your kind invitation loTbaftksglvIng dinner Iam sure you will excuse the tardlncj and Solo c wtJCMcywlieiv J tell jOrt it Is myMltTlpt IteglnaldV tmloqkn for Improvement la health that makes my acctyitance possible now fhe rhlldrcn are hll ready delighted at tho proll Skip lt 11Itthnt pillnjr It on my dertrn Lnolnt JohniJtdteti smneii fR Kyt wpi AFter allJltM jt rci1efj Romcoj Ht to know there Cant anybody vise tM unfitsThetaten by thlr tern hq snhl1 rcjentlowdy Oh I njn ItS lkpuw Itl And the Cables nre already turned my dent But In thou end he eomfortml her What elseicould1 telijor lie got her ilnwn on his knee nnlBW np her shout ti4drrly In lib swlvql chair She r1Itiroonlolbthlt1 little untie by and by j t t t t S- And t well cnljI In at Mr IMIcher on the wayIiomrlRoneoN We will that my dear And onlcrga COtpo iuil oar JIo OUknowI Tw ntAtwo pounds dear Theres one JuiI1RfnIf1ullhcr t1314l jnlnute Ami ami ltmneOM And Juliet Thiihrct ohjckcttarl tt- Four lie wu I b111t oil itu kin the comfort rORlllfotp taughts 1tl41 0dud cheerfulness and tussle a good ninny Inferior Jltjflo jokes to see her laugh lint llit dlulnVrobm haunted them both wrirHowly U was ten by thir teen enpyi thlrt jourton ly Ih r teen I have Itl RomeoJohn exclaimed suddenlyfrith a gli of relief Well itf two table of It dear 1tlrIll sit at thif foond u IWmroJflhnl f Well I dont see what else vo can i dimtrlhhrdrt ito nee Its an Inspiration alts cried tnlbontwirhed there were double doors ltveeathdlnlncroonUAnd parlor ton t yofrlcnow ImltdmcoUnhn Welt tUa 4 IUTlia UCJnaplraUoll Well hafe a ciirpeivripr flint right sway and out It We van run the table through dont you see We ran Then Ill hire a slim up nnd down girl to welt pn ns Mrs Dooleyji got one rjost the right size UAo lucky I havent engaged Ann Mary Flint yet altos so hltherandyon She could crawl under murmured RomeoJOhn absently The carpenter wan engaged and the turkeythai weighed 28 pound Moth JSJoh 1 and the girls lame over and IitTpeS about tti111M and the putt ding There was great activity In the little flat certain amount of reklg nation war born and grew slowly as the days hurried lo Thanksgiving day Alter all there were obligations They would be discharged anyway And It would teach them a lesson in morals And I wont let ft be an expensive one to Romeo either Juliet thought setting her little white teeth together with n click Ive decidedl that fur cloaks wont IMS In style ihs winter Annie Hamilton Donnell In Country Gentleman DAT lITJlt T11A KSnIt1q i erdidSot very replied the youngsters I wasnt half aft sick an I was Ins- tyearChlcngo Dally News Tp fie firMfnlMMi With 1It suppose you are going to cat all the thanksgiving dinner you want tomorrow 7 My dear sir replied the physician weVrlly you forget my profession Day after tombrrpw WII be my busy tiny and Ive gut to keep In furl WaBhlhgton Star- Without Any TrnabJe l I toW you didnt I that 1 hind or tiered a Thanksgiving turkey that was almost too big to JIrtr Yes Well niywife left it out on the back tOrlJt for a few moments and Twine measly tramp came along and clltwJlhout1 nay troubleCleve tand Plain Dealer t 1 0 i Jq r Middtmly1 a sad picture wayShoout of sorts for some timo sager I poorlyutaSometimes sho is nearly overconw by faiatneM diad owlsfeeliwK willbeI medicineBut hdayfemalecOmplaintHpr doctor has made a mistake MOrbtdmOlanoholYlnformation from the doctor who therefore is unablo to accurately locate hor particular illness Cromjustletters in her library as proof of tho great assistance sho has rondorod thorn Thli same Mlistance awaits evfJQ sick woman in the land 5000 Top I = u8- r Mrs Winifred All nikrs Utter tt 11 DTJUI Mits PscxnAIiIfeel It my duty to writ aad ton you of tho bene U byo rccelftd fromyour wonderful Imlls Before taking Lyilk B PIttk iMMfis VtprtaMe Omfowtalit 1 Wo a mlery to my self and orcry ono around pia I suffered terrible TefenOusometimes la two weeks then again notfor three notlctp p myheartPlllkkamaVlZatablo toleaseLoch that I continued S its wan I am now well sad YIt3WUlIF1LED ultraREWARD herd1dw1iwhkh bitItbetIriWw I The man vo smokes = 5OldVirginia Cheroots hasi wtfsficd glad I have got it rexpression on his face from the time he lights one He snows he will 0ae matter ii aine or Texas he knows they as those he gets 11madeburn 1tisfyinR Three law drcd mitlioa Old VirgiaM Cheroots Moked tits year Ask your owa dealer Price 3 fr 5 teats sI RR IO asISBI I I WALTHAM WATCHES The best and most reliable timekeepers made jn this countrY or in any other The Perfected American Watch an tlkslntcd bongo Mcrcsdnff Information aBif watches will bc scn fret apon request American Waltham Watch Company Wall sarrt Mass SapI FISH TAOKLE- lxnrea aUPrut- CIlUtU exa- lwMN w N POWELL 4 oEIINT C- O11I1ILIIIiiIUt t t J M t r I 1 I i I t i I l I I w i c T n taavao 1Vt i I 1- b kJ lA 11 4t f A I i 41 J r a k J L t AS TO MKINLEYS SUCCESS KvMcclluH Doe I Xt Slffifif n bull Mad Pride Indarirmenl liy bid llotlltI1 I IteeUotion to tlieprt sideney Isnatur Onllindaleiipllrotlallun rlfinsup posed to be Ywl the approval umv W qualified the election mny contain nlsu a Itasca and n vurnltifr It 1is the weakness of Iiumninmturc that where returntohis responsibilities n deeper uppreclu lion of the obligation Imposed upon populartrustplacently U u sign that tie hue born wholly admirable in the past and will be weU nigh Infallible In the future WUldhlat kearchltiff seeks to find wherein he Ix prone to error uponliltwhich leaves no ponlblc doubt OK to the popular preference for him us Afrnlnst Ills lending o j oonrju Yet In lilt reduced pluralltc In certain state whero his attitude on the money issue should have swelled lilt Vote he will find reason for serious thought hosts chusetts for Instance is nota state where ale llrynna populist tciideh Uncle Mark now dt de csmpaigr Yot William but dont let me catc liThe entire company will now do Dee Wont We Squeeze the People I dies are welcome by any means but Massachusetts owing to the socalled 1 nntMmprrlnlltt sentiment of its rot ers cut down MoKlnicya plurality of 1890 by JOOOOO votes In New York state of Immense commercial and In dustrial Interest lift plurality Was fairly cut In two though the popular uprising against Croluor lend Irokeil Ism largely onset the effort tiJgCrokrr to nsslit Itryan There U In all this a lemon which Mr MoKlnley will do woll to heed He Is not in hlniKelf n strung man he is the medium through which strong forces operate ills nature H plastic his habit Ix to yield and foie will power Is a negligible quantity As one result of his pliancy find opportunisms have now io lnnl with a problem resulting from the luck of n settled and enllght entd pulley In the Ihlllpplnes A s an oilier result we are face to f ucewith- the x floiu problem Involved In the steady growth of certain tendencies lcokltg to the teatrnllxatthn ofenhth by improper mends and facjiuproper purposes Up to the present tine this administration has shown no wellde lined perception of Its duty in the mat ter of the trust problem and still less line it shown any purpose to tnke any effective action thereon The trusts which hold no special privilege and which are not oppressive and the trusts which owl their very existence to fa voritism and bad legislation have all been grouped II In the saute doss anti treated1 with uniformly tender regard by tho obliging administration Thole measures of publicity of tarllT reform and of reform lit discrimination In rail wry rates which should divide the two classes leaving unharmed the bench clal combinations which rent on su perior products nod low prices to edit punters and curbing those which arc harmful seemed to have formed no part of the hflmlhUtrutlonRt pro grammeMr Jlnlhn yet to make him self known as on earnest friend of measures beneflclrtl to the great muss of the people an distinguished front the interests of the few who have power and iniluenue Chicago Record fInd Murk Hnnnn confesses and ho does it with u deprecation commen vtiratu with the wellknown modenty of his shrinking nature that he did hear crlet lot him to be the next president while lit was on his stumping tour In 0thuIortliw jifflIcheard the crlca het cause lie cuMnotl help hut hear Thane westerners hnVe u way of talk I ing w loud Ctlcn Observer t DEMOCRACYS FUTURE The Party Will Aha Combat Iiupc rlalUm Mad for Wurk AKRlHit liar Trustsi VVlll the democratic party nsloi a New York paper now be restored to consclenue opposition Much depends upon what JH meant by its rehson and It II con science If reason and confidence mean complete ncijulesciuice in Impe rialism nillltarlmn and the unre strained reign of industrial monopoly then then democratic party us n whole I will probably never return to tile con trol of Its reason Mid JIll con science7 Iart of it may return hu t hollillorll The future of the democratic J party it scMiis Is already the theme of spec ulation No one can pretend to fore cast Its development There are ninny and varied possibilities The parallel of the liberal party In Great Britain would Indicate that with the Imperial istic spirit unchecked the democratic fragmentThtngold democrats contain a large pro portion of the imperialists while tile south solid enough may contain alto gather too much genuine linpcrlullutlo spirit and too much native contempt for inferior rnces tdbe kept long in support ofitirhntMmptrlalUtlc pro s gramme V Or take the ju htpn ofyplulocracy am over can I d s little taMcIng h you tring to do said thInking- a cakewalk and sing an anthem entitled In the Next Four Yeartl one of the grentestot the future Will the old democratic party ever again form a compact organization on that Isitue Is It possible for the democracy andaCharles K Flint ever to harmonlrc again with that of Mr JJryan ami Sen ator Tillirnh so longits industrial mo nopoly and the growth of the class spirit continue In America Sonje people are asking whA will now become of Mr llryan As n ques lion of KiltInK that has very slight relative Importance The real ques tion 1is whether the fundament pi issuea which formed the heart tail soul of the ilemqcrntlc campaign ibis year have been settU 1 forever in this country by the republican majorities Upqn tin survival of those Iwiiirn In the mjiulu of the great maksesof Americans will de pend the diameter of the future level opment of the denfocrntlc party OnlyI one thing seems fairlyrare An effort to make tie party cant rm to the impe rialism militarism mill unrestrained monopolistic Kjilrit of same of Its former leaders noel ndJierentKWouia rend it again nnd probably increase amaz ingly the political power of socialism In the United Stnten Springfield Mass Republican1 The responsibility for good hurt Hens during the coming four years hung been definitely nsRumed by the repub lican party Now let the republican government start in tonuilfv its prom 1 lAs good put our Industrleson the high grade of prosperity ouch keep them there And the start should be nmia oroLlllnlllnRtheir wngcs brave not risen to meet thel Increased cost of living under the re puhllenn policy of war taxes in time of growlnllotproportionally It used toearn UQE ton lot The talk of Senator Unnnn for the presidency lour years hence Is film lily one of the Inanities which pcrvndo the silly season following the election Neither Mr Hannu nor atyother anne man believes for u moment that there publican party would dareto nominal him and everyone knows that he would be Jiurled out of sight If he were nomi anted The American people tqlernte menjlke Mr Hannu as campaign nuiim mnketJItllIlusldrntChlcligoChr Ietitocracys Itrealdntal cnndi dote was knocked gut but the reunited party will untie the Vifnne r Iti 190St Xnuli He ublle w GATHERED lIRE AND THEREi A factory for liquid air In being erect ed at Los Angeles Call for refrirerat lag purposes i Shamoy leather Is not nor ever was the hide of the chamois but the tierh Iaide of sheepskins Russia leather Iis tanned in on Infusion of willow or birch bnrk nnd gninsite delidousodorfrotnLlrclnolhbetween Angeles and Pasadena in southern California there has been constructed an over head path for the exclusive use ef cyclists Death from hydrophobia followed IIR Textei ii skunk out on n range near Wllgfix i Rome boys squander every year tin cost of a coveted trip to sonic pains of ehTYtlveef Wee Journey If a spray of liquid air is applied tto sfees1 turns without Injury to the tissues providing the part is not at idine ex tremity Potato spirit or alcohol adulterate with pyridine Is coming Into favor U an iHuininant In GerraaiYy andI promises to rltal acetylene Jf ii most economical In lamps of at leant 70 candlepower In the gardens of the imperial palace of SausSoucl Hats dam there are 220 incandescent hoBpI burning this alcohol GOSSIP OF THE CAMPUS 7 Open play seems to have almost oldcQIJluctforluol1ona ball teams There ore many Siamese at Oxford as welt us East Indians and American darkles The color distinction Is not understood or appreciated In England The football team of the Unlrcrslt of Iowa tins come into the front rnn kOrlngrlcentJJteam 17 to 0 The county superintendent oj1 schools In Seattle Wash has spent tin greater part of his official term of tw quaUfinK sition William F Stewardand his wife ofII Scranton township near Urbana Ill have given their COOacrc farm valued at l8000 for the founding of an insti tutlon devoted to the education of col ored people In the black belt cf tk I southIn an address delivered lu Ttostoo Pro James JI Crafts said that 33 000000 was given by private Individual last year to colleges universities andI technical schools in the United States and that little of It was the result ofI beggicg CENSUS FACTS AND FIGURES In the United Spates there are 134 cities which have a population fxceed opulntlon poplatlonf Chicago aspires to be the financial center of the nation but New York has a huge handicap which wilt no be easily overcome having in 1898 to tal bankclearings of 57308230771 ChicagoVermont pop ulation during the peat decade of 33t per cent Its present population tIiI 343C41 In 110 years its population in creased n little more than fourfold According to the most recent census the population of Belgium is 0730000 which for its 11378 square miles of territory gives 503 inhabitants square mile making Ilelglutn the most thickly1 populated country on th globe Holland is a close second with 408 inhabitants to the tc Mire mile MARKET RKlOHT Cincinnati Nov 19 CATTLK Common 42 25 15 Extra butchers 4 60 05 CALVES Extra j 5 50 13 70 HOnS Choice iwcker 4 85 00 Mixed packem 4 05 85 SHEEP Extra 2 85 fa x as- ItAMIISFxtrn 4 25 u 4 05- PLOUll Spring pat 3 00 OT 4 30 WHEAT No a Ttdu 6h CORNNo 2 mLulu 37 OAlR No 2 mixed ill 24 ItlRNu a Ti 54 HAY Best timothy 14 25 mu f- tPOUK Fiunily t 6i ia37 IiAKD Strain A t 700 lilTTEK Oh dairy I 15 Choice creamery JGf 8S A JJI SCho fancy 2 75 309- I ATOES Per bit 135 tO TOBACCO New 0 00r 705 Old 12 00 fl1175 CIlteilKO FLOUU Win patent 3 70 3 9- 0WHEATNo 2 rtd 11ftu 74 0J KprlitL 67 n nl 012OA1SKYE cji 46i G2tyLUtllSteiunXnn York FLOUU VViii patent 3 GO n 3 00 WHKATXO 2 rwlv A 77 COIIN Xo 2 inlxed ffi 5- OAUS No 2 rmxedr 26 31V1C iJ r 6- 0pome F iDiiy u is so a16 Q- OIuIHDitcum 7 OSV5 taiIneore- WI1ErtTNo 2 red 71yru 71 Southern 68 em 72y- COBSNo 2 mixed j 42 4 25Y2CA1YlLJIIOOB Western 3 30 u5 S 40 Lottlsrllle FLOURWin patent 425 al 4 7- 01V1IEATNo2 redr 75 COIIN Mixed u 39 ViFORKLAKD Steam 100 Iatilanapoll 731CORNNoOATS No 2 ixgdr 23y SCHOOLBOY OF THE FUTURlJ After He Ina Has tile Gauntlet of 1rescrlbed InterreKatluB 1lie May Ucffln to Ltara l A ndtnissionJtiiionYwgTr 4 croupJethad your arm ccratcbcd withcholeraI illi r YM air lIne you a written guarantee that you proorAKliinst whooping cough nteoiJev unitJ1i and old age Yu ir Slave you your own private drinking cab Yes lie spongesx11IIr but your own will Yes lir you agreeJJendnff gUed with sulphur and fprinkle your clothes 11th chloride of lime once awwk tJonnnleyou have met thcfiratartqtirec tents of tote modern sanitarium art8 man sour climb into a seat and forthwith fainjto l lrnN Y Wordfj I The Oldest iik IIj I This note U in the pouettlon of the Bank of England It ii dated December 19 1699 sad iii for 555 pound but on account of its ate star iii made very vaiuable1 One of the j medicinallatotoihepubliclslfott4tters6tomuhhit tn For the put fifty rear it hat been the ii Kindard of such temellcs for dyspepsia iuidettion biliouinrti ncrvomnen or in somnia It will effect a cure when faithfully taken ComforUnic Peer PaKt I A well kaown buslni milt whose head u bare yet who wears a luxuriant growth of whinkor was being railed recently for friendsinti 3Isbel1 didnt understand that it was allI In jEst and crairinR upon her parent rap p her semi about his neck and turned iintly toward his tormentors Oly papa wad ruwer hay his top hair on his chin- Srsdntyou apalCiioegoChroalcle + 100 Hrrvard 1OO The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least out dreaded iskCrarrh Cure iis only positive cure knwn to the medical fraternity Catarrh btJlg a constitutional disease requires a cotstituiionul treatment Halls Catarrh Cure isi taken internally acting directly lI 1anus the blood and mucous surfaces of the syaem thereby drstrayiult the foundation patientostrength by up the eonatitutton and aftsitng nature in doing its work The prtpnetors here to much faith in its turn tivi power that they offer One Hundred Dolan for any ease that it fails to cure I Seed for list of testimonials Adverts F J Cheney it Co Toledo 0 Sold by Iit1s Family Pills are the brat Lreal RMy lloW Too lad about Nobb Loot all of his furniture became of a aloe alarm of houlIlbbbaIlut if there was no fire how l i destroyedfa tuburbar torn where they hose a volunteer tire deI parucent lialiimorc Anerican Hr Spent Over 1OOO- Jlr B A L Thomson the Atwood build tti yhieago 111 wrote August lit 1000 Itmvebeettriroubred for flue cars wltbI Eczema wtntto different WliterinYI1ltctl and bithscad tried many reroedi lug ff td by friends and eminent phycieians a a coil of over floooballof which had d e me no good ot a fourIxc ed rot area I hope this letter may be taVitn advantage of bIIOl11e poor unCor turtate knowing it will cure them pubietyears u of I user It your drugaiat haAntImd NfvYGandLohuman Refrigerator laatIni whyItecauae expense it require too much heat to reduce a Bostonian to- aabexhicago Daily News J losrelraNo matter what ails you headache to a yourecure you without a gripe or pain produce eajr natural movements cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back aiiarets Candy Cathartic the genuine put air in metal boxes every tnhlet has C C C stamped on it lewar of imitations Handicapped Tibbs I never hear you make any fun of your wlfes cooking Ydl no you see she belongs to so many cooking clubs that 1 do II good deal myseifIndianapoluJournal The Cennuji of 1000 A booklet giving the population of all cities or the United States of 25000 and- over according to the censu of 1000 bill jutt bwn issued by the paskeenger depart meat ot the Chicago Milwaukee t at laul Hallway and a copy of it nay be obtaine by sending your address with two cettt stamp to pay postage M the Ocneral 1awen perAXwnt of the Chicntro Milwaukee St faun llsilaay thkago 1I I The Reason for ItIlie There are 25000 more women than eltfihNew York men are 10 sassy Indianapoli Journal Kxcurslun Sleeper Via M ICTItrWeekly Excursion SleeFersleaveI St Louis viiloft Fiyer Ml f l Tuell Antonloda at 816 p m for San Los An gel FrancineWeekly ra leave Kansas Cityivla the M K S T Ky every Saturday a005 p m for San Antonio Loa Angele + andVSau Francisco 11 VDo vou know what I did with my old- svagons I No Isodit for a hearse i Andinow people are just dying to get to tide injnrSJ Louis Kepublic + JVttbe HllIt lrrereaitlou vile Chills n63 Fever Is a bottlo of GIIOVBS Y rTrtrsy titlatoxtc lt s slmplytrout umltiainlneu- utaatelesafotm No euro no tiny ric- w7hihitched ix your wagon to a star keep your eye peeled lest the stet run away with your wagon before you have time to climb into the same Detroit Journal DRMr All I druggisUrefuBtl money if itfalls to euro 85c ii fromBl71dabtracer St Louis UepublleII boddbydiscolorgall druggists J A gtfable PreparationfbrAs s11n11a11ngi11 Foodmdlle ulA gltte badr 8MBoilsClsof VNiS HtlDKI N Promotes DigealionJCheerfur ReS and estContains neither OpiumMofpWtve nor fineral ISA1coTIcA- evnar6 r daS4MGaP11Cii04 S sr krr forCoaetipaiian I y YormsConvulsiot Feverish f ness and Loss OF SLEEP i FcSimle Signature o- Tetaz fboIlJf DoSJ S Jyt I N J V EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER For and J J pf r i Tilt GCNTU eON NEW tern errs I1or Pretty faces and graceful forms of young women I Wily is it they are so BOOB replaced by plainness nnd lanlntcss It is because tho young girl just IW ntaring into womanhood docs not know how to alec care of herself and has BO one competent to istruct her It is not necessary that there should to anything or wearying about the ob gallons of a female organism Parents of yottl1gI iris should inform themselves and prevent their ear ones from making costly errors t That young woman has a just cause of com plaint who is permitted to believe that great periodic suffering tla to be expected that severe pains and aches Ill part of her natural experience ns a woman These things arc malting constant war on her health her disposition and her beauty Jt Is a wanton sacri fice Jtcia jiJni n tjjioaifc more1t Is criminal r 1 y and 4 Dr blood and is the right medicine for evciy young girl who is just entering the first stage of womanhood It prepares the system In every way to act nor mally Itt nrolics tho blood keeps the ncrtts calm nnd steady Fortified with this great medicine all iho womanly duties may be undertaken and without osllgJa eat jeopardy to health thegttsof nature and assists their into glow ing healthful MARY FRINCES LVTLK of 2 Hunter Alley Rochester N Y says II I was very palo and delicate had no color Itook Dr blood and nerve remedy and now I am well and strong my Paco fapldmp and chocks red and my complexion pure MRS WILLIAM BAJITKLH 230 Fast fi7th St New York City says 0Dr Greens Ncmira made a wonderful Improve went in my health and that dark sallow look left may face My friends benlyknow me Ihav gained aesh sad am liko a different person II The nervousness In Women which comes with pain Is of Itself certain to lop the of beauty in face and figure Excited nerves make sharp Hncsand hasty speech Tho beautiful curves which make women so attractive are not possible when the female organism is out of order as it surely is when discomfort and pain are always or even present It is only necessary to look in tho faces of young women to see that this must be so Else why are they so pale and thin 1 GET FREE FROMMR Real beauty is rare It belongs to perfect health It Is possible to every woman who takes the matter In hand Get advice Irora Dr great specialist in these matters He will tell you why all this is so end show you how to avoid the stumbling blocks that bar womans way to You may consult Dr Greene without cost by calling or writI- ng to him at his office 35 West Hth Street New York City Doat throw away your beauty Write to Dr Greene today A AAAAA AA A A AAA AAAAAAA rr w I Get Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Dont bo imposed upon Re ca fuse the dealers pubatltuto It 13 notes good as Dr Bulls SalvsHlea on cures Rb BHMiUw sod all Pala Prise is sad 28 acts 11trtrjiGllOdiDCrqarwsaTON tad DjO CASTO RIA Infants Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signature tn Use For Over Thirty Years CASiORIAo FADED IN HER YOUTH weakening mysterious absolutely nnncccssarylaBdjcrwsL Dr Greenes NERVURA forthe Blood Nerves OrcenosNervura Bcrvereawdy supplyand experienced Itprescrves development iSbuty- Mua GroonosKervuni invariably development periodically everywhere ADVICE GREENE Intelligently areeaelhe happiness INCHESTS FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 1 IIDr Bulls Cough Syrup larandsuccessfulP FI A N KvK t 184O WHEN AVKIT1XO Tt AI VERTIHER please lute taut you saw tie Advertise Meat tu Ibis paper a 1- J r trwMr +llnpw M4W i a t t1tT- t II J I I 1 I 0 t 4i I tv C L 1 7 i I itsj I 1lBuildilht Material ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM BEN 11 f 1 Doors and Windows Shingles Ncc K Lime aad Cement j t JJBaUicrs Hardware 1 1 PaiHtsOilfl etc L I ESTIMATES i i1i I i CHEERFULLYFURNISHED I JJFURNISHEDi 1FEED STUFFS 7 r L i Hay Oat torn Bran etc 1 ctcrrj 4 it 11LP WS Ellison f y = w-r t i SMISS IIELEXGOUM a J- rr YcaltkiiI Fiend for this Icaer iil out r ttfaw York Telegram to tho Chicago tc1 ci Herald l How to make tho most of wealth iWM a qHedtion recently asked ot Miss ii Helen Gould whose stewardship of her t own great wealth has made her the J prWe of every true American every lov l er of that which is troo and noblo and I womanly She has answered it in a let I 3 3tt 4ter parts of which are by permission oft 1 it rltZythe Christian Herald printed Her an I r soar WM characteristically sensible1 L asIt aI f andtoR Jl J I urn alone but for tho welfanMf others fI 1 1 t certainly seems tho nobler and those whoI I 1It I I cultureIt iIowe1 I a debt to those who have had few i l1 1cropportunities And there are so 1 helprI f1t estfI attentionIir Ludthe forms of work for them aro nu I 1 iaerous from kindergartens day nur tI I hornrI hospitals institatk fls for Higher educationI V t gifts in order to do their best 11 11aadtfc h for the tuition fees do not cover t offeredjj IJ J expense of the advantages certainly societies such as those inII 1 1aadchurches and the Young Women I i 1 Christian Association and the Young Meafl Christian Aaeooktioa deserve our lL OOI t The heaeat workers who so earnestly a and lovingly give their lives to promote a the weUaee of others givo far more than I it i though they had simply made gifts ofII 4taoneysothoseI who cannot afford toII tl give largely need sot feel discouraged I r i ionthat connt After all sympathy and I I good will may be a greater force than I wealth and we can all extend to others I a kindly and courteous feeling that will i Make life sweeter and better Sometimes it seems to me that we do f sot snAciently realize the good that Is done by money that is used In the differ ent industries in giving employment to great nnmbcrs of people under the dl I rection of clever men and women and surely it takes more ability persevorer lmtime to successsfully manage such an enterprise than nfeely make giftsI1 i DISMAL SNIPPING 1 1II I I The annual report of Commissioner off J Navigation Chamberlain makes a dls I I mat Bowisg for American shipping and thL1 t I 1 United States employs 20 per cent ofr I ItheEntire tonnage of the world for itsI I Icom erce yet only 0 per cent of all our i lotij I toms Our tonnage comprises 23333I veeeeb of 5164839 gross tons but they are mostly employed in coastwise andI y lako trade where foreign competition is builCi 1 j jmorevessels in tho last year than we have built ki a decade I IS +I QUESTIONS TO ANSWER Am exchange propounds tho following qaeriee Can you answer any of them 1You can any day see a white horse bat why is it that yon never see a white o i colt How many kinds of trees grow inI I thoyrI backward and a cow forward Why 1 does a hop vine always wind one way ffi and a heap vine the other Where r eaoHld the wide of a chimney be the largest the top or bottom and why 1 1 Can you tell why a horse tethered withI a rope always nnntvete it while a cow twteteitinto knots Why do leaves tarn upside down just before a rain I What te the length of a horses head is 1 t Itaaeog a a do r barrel What ani i whyi7 5 CMAMBRKLAINS Stomach and Liver Tablets oare b411iot neaa constipationI lot MIudheadache They are easy to take JT and pleawiat in effect For salo by Cow gill do CewKiH Hickinan and A M Shaw State Line 1 lIf t I tr I J n 1 i yJlNrLpt TELEGRAPHIC NEWS IC OF THE PAST WEEK W III qUIT TOO NOON Ycrkcs Gees After That UCTPHHC Jell IH a HprrjWont Contest Ikn Gercrnerthip- L WASHINGTON Nov lOJohn W Yerkes Into llcpublican candidate for Governor of Kentucky has been reop pointed Collector or Internal for tho Eighth District Ho will as sumo his old duties at once Mr Ycrkos resigned this position a tow days before tho election to take tho Governorship but upon being defeated rtfor that office made application for re appointment Ho has abandoned the idea of contesting Beckhams election TRUE TO TIIK SOUTH Mothers dire Urged to Teach ThrlrII Children tile Causes of the Cltll War MONTGOMERY Ala NovISThoI convention of The United Daughters ofII the Confederacy is in session here thisII week The word National was tnktnI off the name of the society the members I preferring to have it known as a purelyJJ Southern organization Tho officers reII JOrts skewed that the society now 1119II i000 members and over 400 chapters JJ- t tho Jesuit of the faithful work of tbe women of the South Mrs Weed tho president elicited much applause when she called upon l those present to educate their children as true Southerners in tho lull knowIIif ledge of tho war and tho causes that led up to it She saidIJThey should be taught why their fathers gave up everything even life itself for the principles involved REMARKABLE ESCAPET INDIANAPOLIS Nov 19A re markablo burial took place on a farmPin this county Monday Thomas Phletcra was engaged In digging a weliU on tho farm of Charles Sellschester Gill i township Sullivan county Mr Mo to Phietere had gotten to a depth of thirty feet from the surface when the llanda sides caved In and he was covered out of sightcIt BO happened that the curbing farmn ed an arch overhead and early Tuesday morning it was discovered that McPhie 1 tcrs was still alive arid welL After much exertion on the part of theeo engaged In an effort to save him a two Inch halo pipe was gotten down to him and through ithewas fed Uqaida such as soap milk etc A force of forty then were pet to work today and a mttck larger well dug alongside of the one caved in and McPbloters was rescued to without a scratch after having been buried for thirtyeight kourstl ftEW NAVAL GUN A SUCCESSy WASRINGTON Nov 2a Impor taut teats of too new twelve inch naval gun which L3 the type of the great RUBS i to bo furnished tho new battleships and armored cruisers have been In progress A yesterday and today at Indian Head proving grounds jnewshipsj jficationenlarged chamber suited for tho use of smokeless powder- TNBEE1kNESNOES tt- t L YNCHEOf JEFFERSON Tex Now 17 Three negrocsTElija Wortham Freeman Tur JjailI J to thpr rallroed bridge In the lower part of tho city waylaidtnndclnbbcdDoctorStalcup insen sibility a few nights ago and from which he is in a precarious condition The three negroes had lived in Jefferson all their lives TO LOCATE NORTH PDLEJ I 11PI Wellraan expedition spent the winter of 189809 in Franz Josef Land and was a member of tho Peary expedition of 1803 91 has arrived hero in search of men dogs steamers and other requi sites for his projected NorthPolp yen 1turo poxt summer backed by the purse Iof William Zoigler Ho will senate a scaling steamer prior to next springs IIjJ sealing voyage if possible I BOERS CUTTING RAILROADS LONDON Nov 30Tho Boors ao cording to the Capo Town correspondent of the Dally Mall have broken the rail way la twenty places between Bloom foutcin and tho Orange river and the lino was cutyesterday between Kimbcr and Belmontly t 8 rsj ji r I MS IMPERIALISMS HORRORS EL PASO Tex Not l87ho South1M cm Pacific passenger train irons west last night brought a carload of then sane negro soldiers from tho Fhilippitio Islands Tho negroes were sudor strong guard en route to Washington when they will be placed in tho nsyluni neis said gone deranged from various causes and tho medical corps of the army is puzzled at tho situation IR1SI1r titOUN IIOMK Offered the Colored Men et till States of Kentucky and Tennessee A New Celear 1 A Nashville Tennessee special telol gram says A huge colony of Southern negroes wllllleave in n few days for Honolulu i to work ou the big sugar plantation there Tho owners of t gar plantatfou and mills in Honolulu are short of nuir and have written to this section Ire quently of latn with regard to securing a largo delegation of Southern laborers 3iaWtOndllOhave port ten thousand negroes to the Atli country and are now at work forniii ig ara colony The negroes are to receive transportation and lucrative work landing at Honolulu So far the ec is meeting with success and It 1looks ai several thousand negroes will make the trip Monday twentyfive veldte from Nashville and Now Orltand left for Honolulu to work in sugar allls Honolulu la reported to be aoJ du llghtfal dry surrounded by a coJntry unsurpassed for iU prodnctivenefiiland a climate all that could bo wished he island of which Honolulu Id the capital is now a parcel of tho U Melt tates and is m close proximity ta our acific coast to mako a trip a real Meas Great inducements are offerc tho Immigrant who ts physically all Hght perform what may bo required of biased a life there most bu hath vrolit and pleasant Those people who have small amount of funds medtd to them to the Jland and an ear eatly desirous of largely betterin their condition will make no mistake la hip ping for Honolulu at the lint brartu nity THAT LITTLE LAMB I The Mary who had a littlo ItAb was a little Massachusetts girl who ad adopted one of a pair of twin lambs The lamb strayed away and on her way school Mary found it and actually did take it to school with her and to he class A young man named Howl ston the son of a Boston riding master was fitting himself at harvard was Rtsjhool that day and wrote the llUff tbatl avo become immortal TheI bjab lived to Ira a very old sheep and was finally killed by an angry cow Village Blacksmith Saved Ills Little Seas Life Mr 1111 Black the wellknown vil blacksmith at Grahamsville sal ileac county N Y sayg Odr littlo son G years old has always bees nab cot to and so bad have the at that yUmesracdbclneabut a now our solo reliance ItBecinsMo din vo the tough mucus and by gulag frequent doses when the cronpy aynip toms appear we have found that tho JctaIICttlodgulagthisCORfldently sale by Cowgill Cowgill Jlickman and A M Shaw State LIneIIii We are hero to Htay Call and ox DlAxttxFqthapainless eons Book Store I I KNTKAY NOTHJKI I ITnkel1 up ns in stniy by H Y aicCoU t nell living lit Inltou County Ky nI miles west of Jordan one mile north of jthoj Stale line road ono bay innre nnvj 12 or 15 years old about in bran III I high amid no marks or brands pcrcolv able and valued nt jflfl Given nnilor way hand this Soptombor HtoUTth 11UOO 1 J P AiNNNini1 F a j Cash Book StoreA Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS1 STATIONERY NOTIONSlcs Call ambseoour Stook E dryr VV v thing lintcrMXitVI JJnuns nvx Co THBiS E ETABLi ery rtrel J594 NIlth i Clinton Strwt wnst of Hickmnu Wag i BuggiesHonkselation Riven Your parrona e solicit cd IarI t ttlILItOitIt TIIBI01ULAHMNB FOR St Louis Chicago St lal1l0rnaha Km polMaNortbleant Mobile Hlrnilnjhatn Nash- eille ChatUDOojaMontKomer Tliorat fllle Atlanta Aufmla ChartltoD Ba UDOb Jaokeosrillekempt Port Yarn pa Miami and all poiuta in time Sootli eastiElegant Vevtlbultd First Claia Coaebe- with smoking room and complete toilet fr81Iemawith the eoaforl ot the ueen fen Alt VttUbuUd falaet 8lttplng Can whk Drawlnf Roost and HuStl beta It rile sad Mobile Nw Urlcaat NM coMtry TbotDaivllU aad JaN cttN Fla I D BLAIR Trailing PftMenjer Agent Jaokaos Te- aniiiois Central EE THROUGH Sleepingi Car Service FROM CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO n v g JjArk via Memphis Through ftlceplng car reservations ran now bo secured from Cincinnati und Louisville via tho Illinois Central to Hot Slrlngg via Memphis on ItNow Orlrmnx Limited leaving Cincinnati daily at 000 pm Loutaville at 010 p m reaching Rot Springs 515 the next afternoon It carries Pullman slew ting cur and free reclining chair car Cincinnati to Mom phis and sleeping car und conch Mom phis to Hot Springs Through reservations Cincinnati nnd Louisville to Hot Springs can ulna IH soured on tho SpccrallooinJ Gin cinnnti 815 u m nnd Louuvillo ll01 JI- m daily arriving at Hot Springs UWi tho next morning Sleeping car service from Cincinnati also coach from Louis villo to Memphis Sleeping car Mem phis to Hot Springs Dining car flqr vice en route A special folder of this now service ns well as full particulars concerning the above can bo had of agents of tho JIll nubs Contra and connecting lines W A IfELLOND A O P A Louisville- A II HANSON Gcnl Pass r Agent e Ohkago Ir Jorgenhausser Used to Worry r RccauoQ his ntlvcrtiesoments in the local papers dldnjt seem to attract attention didnt draw a crowd to his store and help him to sell goods NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Bccausa hfl Jiaa found that ho can get fifty first rate ads chock full of Btijjgcstious the best that are appealing in his line in newspapess the country over for a dollar nnd that with their hnlp it is mere play to ar range ads which filUhebill to a T Ypti can do tho same All linesY Solid u dollar Id ADiJPPLY BUREAU Devonshire 8t Room BOSTON MASS JI+ 11 24ItiIti J n I j i t J ii C 011 U i 4 t fl J V t 8 1J11t1i111tAblQ1J tQJ a j flICKJfAN KENTUCKY Capital1 StockI paid in 11 50000 Surplus and Undivided Zi 1its2400Do- es a lionorul tanking BIISUICPS Loans Monuy on Liberall Terms AUIH of Farmers Merchants nuts Mnmifaotnrors respectfully solicited 0 The Funds find SoonrltloH of this Hnhk are jnolcotod liy Hie V Masher patent Screw Door Suity t hits never yol boon Oponcdi by Hnrglnrn U1 TYLKU President 1Y e JOn sOV Cashier C A IIOMJOMUK VlcolrooMont H AUUKKO AMI Chub HIOKMAN WAGON OOt MA urACTfjHiK t HP TIII ttirHKATitt r rJA iJ w AG iJ a HlOKMANJXENTUOXY Ii J tN1 T r 0 1 etJeS le Qa 1ng ngasJ The Best iiv the World I Yeti Inoii Ea Buying One of these Rang s I Olin of Its Stronpoiil 1olnin in its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL MinutesliesingI khll Cull tenet KxHMtfHo Thorn VeH11 RHy MH Other 2 a a2E1VAacp HICK IAN lVIA II Illa WOllT JaP4xrri4 4Itrar 1 43J TOM DILLON e ST Propr aeserer te n n ltaaee II4 Marble and Granite Monuments oUR3TNQs HTONK WORK of nil Kind IKON FI3NOING Ac A- nSiokman Kyk IrdterrAtoruer AtoruerGtr J1atII1IfIAftoll Alarm 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