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Digital page images are linked to the text file. trrt jP p 1 Jmq r yf i4- I A V I fi1SilAWsciI r A i i t itt HfeI J i 1 N COURIER 3 T BJISHED B59 l ICKMAN FULTON GOUITY KY NOVEMBER 30 19OO VOL XXXVI NO1 1 Utnntmmwniinmmfmnwtwm11 K4IIJ E r 1d j 1 A E1t t t 1i+ ww EQvS If 3I a 0 1 3or XYtt f t y- 1 r JJE = t E Stocked Z- L 3i i Thasei Two Words sf Tell the Story 3r t v p 4Vv J E On account oftho warm open 3rE veather this full the sales or 3EWf v Clothing have not ben what 3ES stock ofMen and Boys Suits L Sand Overcoats on hand and the stock must be reduced before =E the endof our year We offer 3the qntire stocl at prices toEthem E i Emake gnEE ENOTEE aE HAAk14 E E IiII 1 r- E Z E Buys choice of nnySuitor Over E coat in the Jiouse srfhis includes fE our mesh 2000and 15 EE It= 4 I r SuiU EEf II E nuys choice of a big line ofMens e tine Suits worth 1500 and =1250 E 650 = E Buys choice of lIens Suits = bought to sell at 81000 and 750 = 398I 3E998 Buys choice of any Boys Suit in = ourE = cheaperE == r t E X398 3 3E3EL 148 + Mens Cassimere Punts excellent = quality bought to sell at 8175 = E = E 74c 3E For Mens fine stiffbosom fancy 1E Shirts bought to sell for 100 itorSPECIAL VALUES IN 3 IE OVERCOATSlI E E L P WS ELLISON mod rE HIKMAN KY = I r + III IIUIIIIIua4ua 111111i i 1111 1dIIlJl111j R I I1- a x7 T derat KY K kr +q qxrr + 7rR Aw lBOY IMPRISONED t ON AN ISLAi tI I t y r Yr W g fjS tlNSAN VOC IS1tGp11 J u lII tra EebiitxrtAb r ttteiitrJtB eaIilastt it t I Dliailsilytl7tiisrXeI tI4 tr LtttJlhrifiv 1WA j Brtawn liSrrootttajhid a CnMuocxrioacoutaa 1aItd Mississippi rlvor at tbo aiotth t a isaoarl during tn taut tOM JII1Iww a iic e pHgljtDyArod jowor ud A iy Mtirpijyv haut rIrpw Sb LoWl J happened to land on the WandJH Ifcovarwldevouring tho raw Hash Cot at which ho bad klllwl oalya VfW I before t oaly food hit tad ai thirty hears y IIepvc prix lko son of a faraer w sides n few rtillca above the iviaa which ho was found Last T statted out in u skiff to Kraut g Inndctl oil tho Inland which th4 ffciuentWhJlO ho was conetractJug a W c thliifeld blttt tram tho view of the liV bitf Uo tod awns nad at 1 I litf found hlthsclf marooned oo i lU 1hdIO ot thx Di Uill ore Ho called i but Idlnrnpdu o Hn bpd k idnctl ad no matches wltia i tacx MaDd lib hunger v htm ypt luqpicked the fa f Fnniit to tats flesh rtiug u tlUQ or dri r to boil tulclept till I1 m hict bleak fart off the t clefho watched tornfojei a p ttolRas tlb tracUng l tea Ion i Wcduradny IltWilt1 cold unit cheer 5 Thursday waf uo butter and the tny got very frightened npd could not J tlio gnmo that came near for his ncV votuncsH On Saturday ho consniuedhU last bit of raw meat nud was ulwast fnmUhod when tho hunters arrived I Ho told them his story and they took Illtbcilrlrlnf Buurchint tho country aide for thdr 6yf sod were almost distracted with Riief THE LEVEE CAMPIri It is said that they run tnings at hoI levee camp in hu almost metropoli an style There is n regular hotel dep rt meat and tho dIShes served are pat xt oollenco Tho hospitality IB nnboum ed Mr Cury doing tho honors of the d ir while Cnpt DAilly delights the gn its with raro bits from sciouco nod qo nt tyITcssTHIRTY MILLION REEUCTION Tho Republican members of tho vrayg nnd mains committeo have decided to make a reduction of 930000000 iu tho revenues tho amount suggested by Sec Feisty Gage Tho day was spent almost entirely in going over tho war revenue bill Tho schedules on which the ro duction shall bo made havo not been decided upon NEW SOAP FACTORY Mayfield is to have a soap factory to bo known OH tho Beaumont Soap Company The company has already been organized with a capital stock of 110000 25 per cent of which is to bo paid in at tlio beginning tho remainder to bo paidI on call of the directors Tho incorpora tors for the enterprise t T J Mnrphey E 8 Uonnmont Edwin B Cosby and Oscar Gluioro A MEAN TRICK A farmer put up H menu job on a bun tho other day Tim granger tad killed a fox quirrcl skinned him Bluffed his hide with loaves then climb ed n treo and nailed rice dummy to llimb Soon a hunter came along no I spied the squirrel Tho hunter shot t tho game until his ammunition wns i 11 gone and hU gun barrel hot enought fry spit IIo thou climbed up tho tie and discovered the deception and the ho was so hot about tho matter tba ho burned a hole in his pauL slidk down Rut ha did not take down ltb bait IIo just left it thero for so i other tool hunter to shoot atEx- o I I r 7PifMralaiw 4 H t FDR DAMAGING PROPERTY Mark Campbell afterroon through hiff attorney Dkdr Tyler flied suit gatat the lllliHftf Ceatral Railroad tHHupanyf r Utt64fi MIl t Campbell lillogei that ia Mfcti tbt trash far frost fi lite reaMeM Wab sitter the rnrpHOHIQjd iA pa4je ty k J fk +l1elflnMAP S+ A Lowitville arm yiftJ hett if complete the wek et Raktf g fluUjfi aNt iatteiY taic trap lor tlee 1 fccHtacky Tewpertaie Sefcieltesi I- tri11 t be se 4baitxedIi arranged wit lAwlw MM Aes rttNsosr the wet tsectlftiw 14 the dipof tlje Stale and Ciq fe nay tke dry areA witt 6r ffiJatfe wet spot4ia the e portiofi pi beat nlaeaawirbe to one tenth 1 j a A HOPELESS MANIAC to Phoenljf Arit Nova f5J f lirf hattoa erkajMf tlti pleat a ted writer Of iMswppapfcr tam laf Araerioa k lit tleeL kkpglrthopelessra a killed a mrwtiti lirieof ayes Ran anijBjfeViAt Tbba i at tt- belllegak6 ih IlielatliiKit a Fitt liar to MtUqn M- WM cOa Itt tieirt tstcoasty wlaeree hkhaacl ltii Itllleku tke past tbreyetre OHllASSJDRY- lI ryH k Qatp was i1 Ji9zrilltoltiOQOprofi keI- 1I iiy large grwtfit of faw to keep tiwm k market l Jftr lamahlOtil 1tI sr leist lv Kb Kte big tat hw+kf- crdflcinm Dr rorri8 lake is wettli UUn Hi Surmagec aft 1Phi AV i j ii1tiTho First District Educational Asso ciation composed or tho school workers of Western Kentucky will be in session ItIlt Paducah today and tomorrows iris being the regular semiannual meet of tbo organization Many teachers aro to be present a a most interesting and Instructive pro gram has been arranged for the occa sion tlio topics under discussion to be of great value to interested in school f work in Kentucky Quito a number Fulton county educators aro assigned important places on thoprogram among thorn being Profs D E Wilson and J 0 Cheek of Hickmnn on Tests Good Teaching itt E W Roach of Ful ton on Tho Man With the Hoot T N Wells of Fulton on nome Study Miss Della Doak of Fulton on Ti Homo and School and others NEEDS A BILLION DOLLARS Washington Nov 25Tho total dp propriations to bo made nt the coming session of Congress it is aId by careful observers may bo over a billion dollars There aro two features of legislation which will como up for consideration before Congress during the session which will it passed call for n largo expenditure of public money These aro an omnibus claims bill and a riv and harbor bill With tho increased nppropristio- for tho army and navy and Increes estimates in all other branches of t Government service with a vast number of private pension and public build tug bills pending with tho Nicaragua canal and skip subsidy bills and with the claims and river and harbor bills it id thought quite likely that the en of appropriations may reach the total of 1000000000 llTho very best quality of New 0 leans Molasses just received at ll232v II O AMBEnas A Village Blacksmith Saved Ills Little Sons Lllejj vilagsliftdson years always subject to and so bad have tho at that 111nuytimesd I tho doctor and used many medicines I but Chamberlains Cough Remedy i 1now our vole roliauco It seems to d Rivingfrequent 1 toms appear we havo found that t dreaded croup Is cured boforo it gel o glviuKthisinjurious drug and may bo given as con Pctor by Cowglll Oowgill Hickman sad A M Shaw State Line rT mo KILL jtt ILNLEZ lii- laimedC IHarekills are Trying to Kill Vim NEW YORK Nov 27It ia clalteedI that the police is Hebok a have ua esrtheil a plot amoiig the anarchlBU id ateaMa t Presideat McKialey The ialorawtion which disclosed the plot c we by l eriBwhiohf the writer said tiiattkakMicleeofthe plot less been 1 prfeoa already for atte pUBg to awasri I sate aa ealaeat mastTbd eeeret aer Viee al Wwaiagtoa hu been notified Muea aystery ia being made in the nat tart pSTATEMnyavllk Ky NevlZlFr1 a m- November 20 HP M 8 oclock yesterday the total rahfll at tkk point autoxat to SSI laches breakiag all ksowH rec orde1IatredebsrR II Ti t1Wiliiaj- kykN tcestetin ia tbe Rery B1h tapfleeer wxty feet aad wee hiatatiykillep Falmouth gytev37rTle Astberatlo preclaet eettateeatea aw to day and elected flee HOB Parser Hocsh ohatrmaasd 001 J hWtll1asa et arks Pea 1eoaUa f teentary et the oosa if eailmittee a t Ayklgd lclr Tfo ZTltsias i0- t fheOhhub tie lNr4rd WMtittr I19ti+ A e i nb Mik itor aeea 0taerdathy tttetft iIt- s UIut lMM i4 UMM WTil 5tHurMiareai TbajtC fJ + a I anfeta dwda tilat itiaieior law httiriieoaaag4l well wtteriI e9wiagoGJrifllol t w 1t1IIa4IDbertf erI flee lrtiliea is touay 1ia3iAlytraWfw cd a test years ago by an accident in the elevator of a warehouse hero BETTER THAN TONIoS ngIf yon are down with the Llnfs read ndthe twenty tlilrdPaalin If there is It chilly sensation nbo tho heart read thethirdchaptervOfIfev elation forfPsalm If you are loneeomo and uoprotVicted read the ninetyfirst Psalm If the stovepipe has fallen down and fthe cook gono off in a pot put up thel stove pipe and wash your hands dread tho first chapter of Jamil It yon find yourself toeing confidence 0in men read the thirteenth chapter of Corinthians if people pelt yon with hard wordsI read the fifteenth chapter of John and the fifty first Psalm If you are getting discpuraged about your work read Psalm xxvi and GaU lions vi 70 If you are out of sorts nad the twelfth chapter of Hebrews If you aro troubled about what 7 ought to say to somo one who is seeks salvation read the fifty lint Psalm rOLD LANDMARK GONE asPossibly one of tho first houses tirohedown to giro place for a new one It was the homo of Den Robt Matson and is now tho property of Mr Arthur Shaw Council Proceedlajpi I mHieaauir BNov 15 tWO Council met in called session present Mayor Dillon Councilmen statred tho object of the meeting to be to consider the resignation of Judge II F Uomley upon request by him On motion his reeignition was accept od by the Council On motion Council adjourned Attest U 0 HKUI CO w returnedMonday Chas M Poole of Fulton hasrecelvcd a discharge in bankruptcy haisye ra lIr1mrelectlonloriarchtO Alion U S Senate Is dead The small pox prevails in many Ken tucky and Tennessee counties ann peo t10narJitOpli I renco in other localities s I I 1 M c I Irt = w MT HERMON STATE LINE Kr Nov 23 Dear Editor Courier thatlderappointment at Mt Hermoa Sunday morals at 11 oclock and at sight at 7 w workithsotedlagerotIndl1Hla tressa i sited to ahead these TI8e ALWAYS TAKE A FRBNTfSEAL Why fa it that people will pay leableI rice fcrtrcateesteattkeakentttalaatek towa sad city ehareaes they frow choice take bask seats Are treat seats dangerEiue to alt on Are they in ted with some eoatatfoaa disease yo eA public speaker sae speak with twiee the ease and Interest to the pee pt1Ilateticckes to tkooe far offe To take sbaek seat from cboiee an gees tfiJe jlI faa here hI do mot V takeaay sieakia the eaareporwhat iitbeing done OTani 1 Outlook imbltok e a taW bewlaga rats et divorce towMriaae f lapar tState Jtta IaOeoNiwtt ereSS frailly taw lithe to vrety tea jaanfrgx ia yr r awat MM to every foxtteoa la 1tama t tr hewIW oa to tMret Jte JUed fa id elevl in DCsoe to tea ire outs b aie a4iiel zaixsrtieioeMtba a Ei W a N JtIImpWLte r ot l M4id JI c3L 1M tiles tilke twen jvetpe p 14iI + Migilleirat sgjtof ie ittt6wdttw ilivoroe Wf that t Nifb Ieafyrittde for the Arrpase oE- nM IIIAsegeeparat3osgae nideredd ar tfItrotoe im iaalk fetetgt total ilitcuwaetataieattarirni ee fillet olaai Maxito 1J YeefyrM t yteitcra de e bsdauia t j er becaujw eke would sat get HP ia the morning nor call him la the atorulaff and to the wife became the husband did not cometiome until 10 oclock and i kept bU wile awake Bometimea untiltmidnight talking and in apotker OJUMI ft J eetedtsut Jff take her out riding l f ripG1B1iEtilL ftBFJti BgtFI IESw tbplace all of the inhabitants of S globe In 009 long line aad fifty fourthman will bo a Chinaiuau tttt r Uncle Sam paid more than 157000 OQOJTpr transportation of mall last yearii which shows TU to be a reading and writing people JtJ It aU other aigssttailthacttpathe =i Sunday schools are rapidly growing membershIp aofQcieot warning that r Ohrktmu coming ttttUncle Sam will make a thorough JiJongJ pturotgo into business nfitTit- Lydia E Jinkham ia dead His thousand frienda will be interested to hear that he was a man of xnatureyejirai In spite of the fact that he posed for6o romanboatq our daUYPNM Tho lightning struck the country res ideuce ofDrO H Hubbard oaeday lost week damaging the eQJDg w ea rierboarding etc of one room and hap very much Strange to say it did not K set it on tire Air Wright one of tho original qwri era of the Hickman Telephone Exchange j Fa1WnIlMarfield says regardta the pur nlo1auan Telephone J51x 1thatindependent line into Hickmati 1 appointedDlrfill the Aacanoy occasioned by the death rt 1 of A W Lindsay Mr Tom Smitli was tan applicant butwe learn theyemley r petition was signed by the larger num bon of voters Both gentlemen Remley t i and Smith are worthy of the poaUtoa and we believe t wqfild haVebeen acceptable tq the peonle y The Courier regrets tqJ4trntaat lbI t4lfprlainiM o wtto leave Hickman and will locate 1n btwherebe t0h0tomensthing a roan wears except suits He Is a worthy man an allround good mel chant and will prove a valuable acquisi T ltion to the boaineu interests of Oarntb ewville x cJii4t I It III I 4 ri l t I B TheHickman Courier etmCRMANcKyy CURRENT TOPICS r toIndtcher18 namea Calfkiller V A than named Boatman 4 runs a ferry in Mississippi IMP Ith i M floss Harness is a livery stable firm in Indiana Out of 100 people born only one lives to tliongo of 05 In Marion Ind a law firm bore the same of Robb t Stcclc In South Pittsburgh there is a law firm uamed Bright it Early There are fewest children compared lnd13rnz11IlrazllIn Japan it is customary for the bride to give all her wedding presents to XIDantJiJhstlrSouM lean people as a masa are the moat musical in the world Apples and eevcral other Australian fruits ore exported packed in the shredded bark of the tea tree Almost every class of skilled labor is said to be scarce in Texas and good mechanics arc in great demand i There is on inexpensive cure for rheumatism which is rarely tried and will never be poplar It Is the sting of the bee the ordinary everyday bee Forty tomato growers of Ohio In diana and Kentucky met at Cincin nati and made on agreement to raise the price of their product 30 Pet cent over last season Col Don Augustin Cervantes of Havana Cuba yn mart who can truthfully declare that hed rather fight than eat His 35 duels are proof tmiliclcnt of such a statement The government of Canada has at last otter repotted efforts been pre wiled upon to permit the celebrated 49th Highlanders Regimental band of Toronto to make an official con cert lour of America Over 5000 miners employed in the Scranton fa region left for other fields of employment during ihe re cent strike Many of the Slav and Hungarian miners returned to their former horiiea In Europe- A philosophical statistician calcu fates that in the year 2000 there vrjll be 1700000000 people who speak the English language and that the other European languages will be spoken by pnly 500000000 people Mojeska was a comic opera singer before she attempted tragedy and one of Lecocqs most brilliant com positions wan written for her and who sang it In Trench afterward In t German and finally In Polish A Chicago woman talked herself to death not long since literally arid actually cut off her llfrspan with her tongue anti her teoth For over ten gevSratoppcdctalkingby When Lieut Gov TImothy Wood ruff of New York visited Dannemora state prison recently Tie asked to be lockediin fa fdnrk cell the extreme term of punishment at the prison Heforc he had beVi there a full minute he naked to be freed saying thU he had experienced enough for a life timeJohn Drl eflOR of the late Senator Brice whoso marriage with Florence Ricketts a chorus girl in Philadel phia last spring created such a seat sation has with Ills wife rented at modest little homo in Cragie street Cambridge Mass and settled down to n yiJar of hard york 3ri the law school One of the most distinguished Brit ish surgeons in South Africa says the things that have impressed him most are the merciful wonndsmade by the rifles in use the popularity of the X ray and the Ineffectiveness of ar tiller to destroy life The lexis in killed is insignificant compared with the battles of the past 1 Siamese women rust their children I to tho care of elephants The bablec play about the hnge feet of the animals Whpare ever careful not to hurt the little creatures AnrJ If lan ger threatens the sagacious old nurse will curl the child gently in his trunk and wring it out of harms way upon his own broad back I A good camel wilt travel 100 miles a lay for ten days through the desert Some at least of the great redwood treca of California will be preserved the state having recently eome intq possession qf about tour hundred acres ot redwood forest through the will of the late CoL J R Armstrong of Cloverdale Sonoma county The tract is to be held aa a public park In the course of an Australian tour in 1868 Mmc Alva volunteered to sing seven songs one night at Bondigo to Some nuns before their going into retreat A wealthy Australian who recently died has left her JS17V 5Inrecognition of her goodness of heart as well as her magnificent endowments os a singer The leg ac tcongFrolate liarva Daly comes the un- no nccmcntf obussWGerardmemberSandsAn lrlcJaoJDcthlngwnM They are real ones of solid gold its endof crimson velvet Incrustation oj garnet topaz and other kinds M cheap but showy stones arid ore uppjlrd Vo tic kina of AfrjcoK f whom tJler are several llundrcI17111 a highly satisfactory rotura nt veils and other merchandise 14t nntc a 1 POST OFFICE MATTERS I r Oyer ijjjOOpPosbnasters Appointed During the Past Fiscal Year On Jane a0rhere Were 7eO88rest t OHeeaas KoIlowNI First Clan s 1114 1 gecniul 831 Third a187 Fourth 72453 Washington Nov 20 Fourth As sistant Pps niapj9r pcneraJ John L Bristow in his annual report recbm mends an addition to the interstate commerce law prohibiting telegraph still express companies or their em pines from aiding or aborting in the reed goods or lottery swindles or any other scheme carried on partly by mail and partly by common car rier and in violation of the postal laws Other recommendations urged are as follov- sAnhprllng post office Inspectors rto tike out srnrefi wnrrpnts Whenever nncessaryt Payment of Incidental expenses Incurred by local ofljcer or other In the arreatj detentioni ijul kfqplng of prisoners violating postal laws until transferred to tJie United States marshals custody Construction of inspectors lookout towers in post oflJces whenever doom postinstrrgunaland Lug ot circulars calendars etc owing to small teens of moil matter frt qucntly slipping into large unsealed envelopes in transit There wore 15142 appointments of postmasters made during the post fis cal year 14435 being of Me fourth class nnd 707 being presidential an increase of 338 in alt over last year There also line been an increase in the number of resignations vspcelnl ly1 of the fotirthclasH postmasters Fewer removals for irregularities were made than last year A rigorous effort Kits been made to suppress post offices conducted throughout the country for the sole benefit of some corporation nursery company patent medicine firm or other Institution whose operations de prive the government of its legitimate revenues The company or corporation usually has some one connected with it appointed postmaster anti tlniH pats the advantage of the can cellations or the salary and allow ances of the postmaster These Institutions sometimes have derived thousands of dollars of revenue from I the government whloh virtually amounted to a commission or dis count on their postal business There were 47 resignations and 43 deaths ot presidential postmasters and 010 deaths and 8013 resignations pf ftmrtb 1aIl8 postmasters On Tune 30 last the number of post offices was 70CS an follows First class 194seooi4 823 third 3187 fourth 724rS The total number of arrests during the fiscal year for offenses against the postal laws was 15M including lit postmasters 29 assistant postmasters and 144 post otlice clerks carriers and other postal employes Of the total number arrested 520 were convicted I BATTLE ON PANAY ISLAND Three Americans Were Kilted Tit Insurgents Iont 1OII Dead 111 Told Manna Nov 20 Particulars have just been received from Ifollo of the battle Oetjillr 30 at Bugason Inland of Pnnay when 200 Bblomon nnd 50 riflemen attacked the Americans wno lost three killed Lieut L M Koonts Sergt Kitchen nnd Corp Burns nil of company F 44th infantry It appears that Corp Burns was boloed while reconnoitering and Lieut KoontH and Sergt Kitchen Were pierced by spears while going to relieve an outpost When the garrison pORt attacked the rebels 49 of thin latter were kill ed None of the other parties of ate tucking natives made much of a stand and the insurgents lost 103 killed all toqI Lieut Albert E McCnbe of the 30th volunteer infantry hat been nppolnte nil insp ron the for entry bureau Secretary Ilowtn IlomeConilntr I St Augustine Fla Nov 20The steamer Kanawha with Secretary of Will hoot and Qov Oen Wood of Cuba lay off this port all day ex pecting to cross the bar Sunday even tag but had to give supp anti set sail for JuckVoiivIlle1 whence Secretary loot wilt go by tail to Washington Cow Gen Wood will join Mrs Wood and the children hereartd leave for Havana with them Monday Coinmlmlntier Wilson Crltlcnllr III Washington Nov 20Tire condi I tion of Hon George W Wilson com missioner of internal revenue was very critical Sunday night He was weaker than on Saturday but still retains coiiHcIonsnow Mrs Wilson who was absent front tine city when the commissioner was stricken has returned to the city wltfc lier daugh ter Miss Pardoner Will Fight a Duel Havana Nov SflJt is said that left Itodrigucz mayor of Havana has challenge Senor Sun Miguel editor of LuLuchn to fight n duel in consequence of an alleged lIbelous article ttueJclng the integrity of the mayors ofllcc Speaker lleiidervon In AVniihlnKton- WnKhingtpu or 20 Speaker Hcn leVson arrived in Washington Sun homjarcgrls jn Dtecehhfr Ifu IVicsdelayed on therIJ by a w cck n PASSED A QUIET DAY I Tae Cur Sleeps Well and Ills Gem era Condition anti Strength Are Sntlifnctorr St Petersburg Nov 20The fol lowing bulletin was issued Monday morning at Livaxli- aThetczar passed a quiet tiny Sunday At 3 oclock Sunday afternoon his temperature rose to 1034 The pulse was 88 At 0 oclock in the evening the temperature was 1023 and pulse 89 JIll majesty slept well during the night Monday morning his general IV GRAND DUKE VfcADIUIR OF RUSSIA Commander in chief of the IluiMnn array may become recent until the sick czar recovers condition nnd strength were satis factory Temperature M3 pulse 73 No complications whatever have been observed Berlin Nov 20The following special 4llnpatcli dated St Petersburg Norembur 23 340 a m has been re celved here It Iis persistently rumored In St Petersburg that the condition of Km jHror Nicholaa is critical Well in formed jicople here declare that the tue has made far greater progress than the cnr physicians have pub tidy admitted A fatal issue ila now gravely fence THE ANKRUPtCY ACT Co C Ilrnndenlinrtr In Chnrne uf Matter SlnkcM Ills Anniml lie port on UK Operntlun jI Washington Nor SGJot C Bran dcnburg in charge of bankruptcy matters has made n report to the uts torn y general on the operation A f the bankruptcy not of July 1 1808 The report says with reference to voluntary oaxcx that advantage is be ing taken of tlto law by men of all oktsscs and In all Walks of life and in every section of the country The states showing the greatest number of petitions filed during iho year ore Illinois with 8003 New York 3007 Iowa DOe Ohio 657 Minnesota 846 and Pennsylvania 809 The smallest number of voluntary petitions were tiled In tho following states Nevada 0 Delaware anti Wy oaring 13 each Idaho 30 South Carolina 87 Oklahoma Wi Florida 07 and Rhode Island 00 The grand total of petitions filed In the United States for the period end lug September 30 1000 is 80138 ex elusive of those for the western ills trie t of Louisiana the district of Alaska and for half of the year for the southern district oi Georgia Ntnv Jersey the eastern district of North Carolina the western district of Tennessee nnd theeastorn district of Vir ginia from which omlannual reports were not received From the clerks reports It appears that of the voluntary petitions all were idjtcdieated bankrupt except 997 in lilch the potltionn were dllmllllllcc- lnnll that discharges were refuBctl in 71 cases Compositions were con firmed In 200 canon Tine liabilities in 10140 voluntary cases reported bj the referees amounted to 304970132 while the total amount of assets scheduled In these cases was 33093771 Ilternll Cooked In Death Pagosa Junction Col X9v OThe body of a nnn inns been found in the hot spring it 1ngosn Springs literally cooked 4iy the water the tempera turf of whldi is over 100 degrees investigation disclosed nothing except that the man was a stranger wJio hall given the name of Smith at tine Bprlngs TnrcoCJermnn IHRtenlly Constantinople Nov 20A dlfllcul ty has arisen between flermnny and Turkey Tine Ottoman government objects lo Ocnmmy using Fur San island In the lied sea as a coaling station and wishes 1o Establish there A Turkish depot accessible to till the powers Germany however insists that she will not abandon the Island Holitied lly 1oroh Climbers Chicago Nova Orhe residence of Mr Wa hliigton Porter was entered Sunday night by porch climbers and Jewelry to the amount of 1000 sto len Mrs Porter in a daughter of La Fnyette McWIIllams a cousin of Pres ident Melvlnlej The Request Denied London Nov 20 =We understand ayM tine Dally Express thnt Lord Roberts recently requested the government to send 20000 regulars to South Africa to relieve the same number still in the field but that his request was declined on the score of expense Died of Typhoid Fever Chicago Nov 20 George Scott of the dry good firms of Carson IlrleIScott CO died Sunday night ot typ1iol lever Mr Scott was 71 years of age i I TNN- p Hf DIPLOMATS AGREE The Powers Must Approve Before the Negotiations Begin I I Voilibment of Utility Indemnity Hrl ntlun of Legation llu rd jinJ OrouimtloH of Certain Ifrrrlturr AV1I1 lie llmulred I king Saturthiy Nov 24The diplomatic body held a Octal meeting thii morning and agreed upon the terow of tine iireUininary trHity NO hioff now rfinal n H except to secure the approval of the respective gore to ern nruts before definite negotiations ItIlhe Chlneae peace ooininlimloncm C uefbtgun The precise tcnns ot the Blt lenient have not yet been made pub e here but It is believed outside it tils diplnmatle corps that the main poi itlA are in substantial ngrerm nt with those container In Ihe Freiifch not to the powers namoly punlnh nii it for the guilty Indemnity to gay crn wnts and individuals retention of str nit Jegatlon guards and the occur pat is of certain places between Pe kin r undI Taku- t arty of American cavalry wrnt Sat ray to OIsiHrse n band of ban Tkinfor H tl but the Amorlcus attacked am pared It killing seven Chinese A wcret edict from Sinn Fu to tine a pro semi viceroys and governors orec der them to coats tho manufacture of ixMlorn arms niul to revert to the old wile of uinjmnsi because modern it am s have proved utterly imclesa agi Mt the foreigners I lion Nov l6Jr orrlnwtr nr to the Times from Poking Sat un ii confirms the report of Hun sir ilevlslon to refafn the railway tint I her troops are withdrawn from tliq prorlnoe of Chi LI ThU edit if hw says Iscoincldontwlth the irrivall of Prince Ukhtonuky wittot mission arowodly conccnu tine snit y Tho CldneAc believe ItuwilnH nnitintc that she Is retaining tine lln in tholr lutornxi KalgenfnI 9hrirpeditlona which Count von awl iVfjiet Mil tll Ktt hed to harass iitfl irrghborhood of Peking are main rly e tieditlonn in search of loot They jare hcjimtJtly dlra1 by the Oer nui s as important military opera tloi K T if Shanghai correspondent of the Tin telegrntihs that advices J m Pek nf wiy that the United fti UM has fusell io join In the demand Wr the T ctitlon Of the princes and other Iligl HiClfii- KMtiInKton Nor 93Tho state de t tit so far lies heard nothingpas 4 Conga consenting the Jm poe reported to kayo bwn reached bjf the foreign ministers at Poking In foot save Wrdllt5dGTII 1rcion rwipoeltng the a the puniahmeuV proponed hitittte government to be Inllloied iitnn the re KiniHble leaders of the Itoxer inovonictit Mr Conger has not I comtnuiiloatrd with tho department fur more than a week A II iiitamting problem lx1iHCRonteil by the poMUilllty which today Is njrmvxt n probabllUy that the nilH 1Qert roprowntliijr the powers at io kjnjf cnfi not reach an agreement It France and the Untied States Ifn refuse to accept the German nil seconded by till BrltUh rep re ertatlve very much would depend ueta Japan ami even tUne of the li Mr powers roprcornled At Peking by ministers might have gt powor swaying the proceedingsof the cotta cil inieimprwwion earns to br that if i majority of the ministers or por hap even one of the ropro ontntivo of n great power withholds assent to the agreement then tine whole un ilrrtaklng falls and there mist lw either frtfsh negotiations directly be tweqn the home govcnimontH In tho effort to afrrws upon new buses of notion or the powers must proceed to des with the Chinese situation slug Ily or in groups the latter contingen cy having been provided for In tho I CiermnnIJritlsh agreement BODIES IN THE SNOW It 1 Thonnht 311 PanMenBer of the Vrec ked Steamer 81 Olnf Died From Cold and Starvation l Quebec Nov 261110 searching party which eft Seven Islands on ante urday afternoon to rescue any of tho pawfngehi or crew of the wrecked steamer St Olat who might have reached land returned Sunday even ing Piney report hawing found only one ladyl that of Miss Page hurled in the snow nnd lee fine general opinion among seafaring men IIn that the disaster occurred during the night of Wednesday tout us MSH Page was attired In night robes and that 20 passengers succcodiil In lancllng only to die from cold nod starvation on lloiile island anti that their bodies will he found under snow which is three feet deep there Another party of enrchers went out Monday to look for bodies in tho snow I A Itnvlnir Maitluo Stw York Nov 23W F Mclliolr farmer president of the national bank at Pociitcllo Mil upd Cattle King of ftho Snake river thqt state is nof n raving lunatic tine result it Iid thought of helng siindbnggcd In Chicago a week ago r omclnl Vote In run4 Little Hock Ark Nov 23Tho of ilciil vote of Arkansan was announced Thursdayas follows IJryan 81t44 McKihluy 44700 Harkef 091 Wool cj68tirEllis340Bryankplurallty 72591 In 1 ROrt aCl ugaust f5ibrii Siberian tis no longer rrlaoni to The imperial decree AltoIIttatuk it the result of 9nns Siberian railroad Ut to the rapid 1erita plains Iy the lea It be the rapid growth dfleretl III that femou dygletldt cute Uoteltlr a Stomach HUtwi Try It for constipation lndiMtion dyglrpda blllou nei or lIatu kncy if you would be well eWorked Hoth Wn s I cant have lost airmy roodl look aatdD- fi+ Nortlultlr to her best friend Mla Shadyitdf for I ran still obtain a teat in Crowdeu street ear youknqtrbuutIittburhChronlcloTtlearaph gV I v Something Very UlffleoU cure it Quinsy Sore Throat and any ufI lever with tbii malady ihould never be wIthI out Palmer Lotion A few year W Uo enbach of 3Iit Street and Indiana Avenue Chicago lllinoii wrote 1 have been troubled with Quinsy lore troll over tea year and after uiing your Lotion find tILl finest and quiekesttemcll1 I have ever tried Ialmtrf Lotion Is led + peaahle atI thli teaien of the year when sudden chance of temperature dune much ikkneM and due Nit If year drjaiit dues not iiafto ij have It rent to Sean Palmer Street NtW York for sample of Latin And Lotion Soap icieuiLeo Jlunt 1fSyuin artleount4eljo- stirR lroCld Mr IlunterI know it but he leaks eroek8mart st To Cnn n Cold la One Our ake Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets All letarefund mougy lflUIlU toeur- ow UawlinuIer a mm out wait rtiru widow from drowning ami the rried him la three days naltUniMVlut utd the delay Cincinnati KNquirtr Carter Ink used by raUlkiM which it a ants prfoJ1 6f its quallty Scan fortre booklet InkiiRct Andrew Carters Ink Ce Itettoo Mat iOld artrOo eu nJeI oinK leselr mykar UpalatC RloJPtUi will but IcaJsy tOlfnlt bone from + lort Jpal bulrrSemuvm Jour 1 i i C I Puns Cure iis the Wit medicine we ever used for all affe ions of the throat and I lungeIVto 0 Knli y asburen led Feb 10 1000 P Jane wife Ml him became tie stole a i kin She be it llkittet it era tlie towkrArtnla diPress 1 Check CWi and ItuMkiUt with Hakt alr1j71srPikeI In one mmute 0You will never profit bjp your mistakes at IOCK a you bfarae airs fjir them Atca ben Ol beII Drpinj ta at limpto ai wailiioe vr lien ya- nuwbrrax fAticutM Diet Hold by all drugeisteAbee I uWr s when wit iit tird- M a nvoaaw CXNg Daily Newt An the RlIhlckr LeII kewKiiweOum I They Ilke rt eThe bootblack begins at the foots Y r tTbAetrraerlptlan fur and Fever U a bottle pf GKCU TAnrKCHiiJroKHft His tlmplyiron atattoletilorin NofOronopay t A Hreach of FtlGuettlUe1 DeUCt 1011 dont speak to the ptownt any more 1C hat Ahave they done SheDone 1ulgar thins boat aU their monlhlaiUl phia ullelin DO YOU FEEL Unit P 4 1 J j cu PJcturo tor Weiucn I am so nervous there U not a well Inch In my whole body I am ap weak at my stomach ant have indlll- I horribly and palpitation of pntheheadache and backache nearl luoIIUtIlrterdny I nearly had Lyater of IIIlea there Iii a weight In tiro lower part ft of my bowels bearing down all the en time and pala ln sy groins andothighs I cannot sleep walk or sit and I boiler 1 nm diseased all oerbno one ever suffered M 1 doIIThis IIa a description of thou ahda ofeCAlC which come to Mrs Pinkhams a- attention dully An Inflamed nnd ul a coratod condition of tlm neck of ther II- i womb can produce All ot these amp It Mss Joins WnuAttt tome and no woman should allow herself to reach such a perfection ot mlMjry when there la absolutely no I of it Thc aubjrct Williamsofalt In thU sketch lr Knellalitown NJ Inns been entirely cured of rush Illness and misery by Lydia 15 PlnkbnniV Vegetable Core pound and this guiding advice of Mrt Pinkham of Lynn MOM No other medicine has such a record for absolute cures and no other medi cine laII just an pood Women who wanto cure should Insist upon pelting Iydla II rinkltaina Vegetable Compound when bryask fur It at a atore Anyway writs n letter to MrsI IMnk ham at Iynn Maaa and tell her alt your troubles Her advice is free PIMPLES AND WRINKLES awl w eqrlt r at4- a ReTl1k II1M lo In as- esarr ncaoa 1Q paP boon1 aiI IUOAtIa 1101 U 15 h tr- p4 tlar eid has tt10kM Nr+ pahaeartt tleakeob-o ee a 115 a lOt at gaetk- in V4m4M 011 e14 Joe fh L MA ICKEA lCUAMA ta11114sa PIIIeaae 4ia Itt Ua Inns a paa lr for Ikb Latt4Platone4ttiE10 Ml 2IAran Jmetal Caivucalwah it nrl1ea aela1 e a a- zx PAIN OPENED HER SKULL ft Mrs Liskirs Rwnirkibli Sfery Dr Qriiwfs Nirvura Cured Htn i I U iwus men c LASHER JR The case of Mrs Fred C Lasher 3r n wclMcnown woman of 1Wcstportf N Y is one of tine mostintorcstlng on record It is an actifdl tact that headaches caused her head to split iI- I For thirteenYen she says uttered from torriblo headaches nlght and day until tho bones of my skull opcacd BO that tho doctor could lay htfjjf thumb right Into tho opening on to my brain Two doctors attended mo nnd claimed that I was on the verge of insanity I was under their cure for Dialer years but got no relief Then I tried Dr Greenes Nervura blood and ncrvq remedy and inside of a year tho bones of my head had taken their natural shape again That Mrs Lashers statements are true IIs vouched for by reliable men ot Weatport and by a Justice of the Peace there DrGrccnofl Norvura bloocl 1 and nerve remedy cureu Mrs Loshurwhcn all other remedies Called and it cures thousands of suffering women every year If your heart achc If you cnnnoit sleep and are weak anti nervous remember that this great curatlvq agent Dr Greens Ncrvura blood and nerve remedy will make you well anti strong Dr Greenes Nervura blood and nerve remedy Jis a physicians prescription formulated from a discovery aftcf ycarsfof i invoatiga i tioaand experiment Dr Greene 35Veii f4th Stt New York Clty is tbe discoverer He can be consulted free personally or by letter or ii J I j tcj 42Jl I L Ik 6t j aAIui11 WI r KRUGER IN FRANCE t A Popular and Enthusiastic Den onstration Held at Marseilles nova With the KnctUh unit Olhrr Threatening Crltm Were Heard Owing to an Unfortunate Of- luurrrnre at the Hotel Marseilles Nov 23 Thureda proved a triumph for ex Iresiden Kruger such as even tho hoer del egates and hln most ardent admirers failed to anticipate The delirium of enthusiasm Vhlch marked every step of his inrgrf ft from the time he landed Thursday morning until the hotel WM reached was n rr elutionI even to The people of Marseilles them selves If fully equalled If It till no antpass the frantic demoniitration at patriotism with which France openedI her arms to MnJ Mnrchnnd nt Toulon on his return from Fashoda Yet the grandeur of thin demon stration perhaps ranks second In Im portance to the rmphatlo manifesto of no compromise which Mr Kru Kfr delivered in a low voice but 1 I nccutnprnieby t righhandt hearing The Inst sentences of lils declara tion tied uttered with n vigor end n rtputntlon I and atubborn resistance Ills mere delivery of declaration of attoh fur 1110huJopcndollcc oume aa a surprise ercn to his Inti mate polltlrarndvliera who up to the lout wore in ignorance of his deter mination Ho announced to the world Thiira day morning that the Boers would he free K ople or die and the face of tier about him Tischer WeIi 1- tke Orobler and the other bee represent atives bore the look of fearless de AannlnaUon reflecting the spirit that Mr Kroger declared animated every man woman turd child In the Trans vaal The unfortunate occurrence nt the hotel on the main boulevard alone marred the character of the demons ytrntlon which up to that moment hind been unanimously and exclusively n tribute of sympathy and admira ai tion Vive Krugcrl Vive lex Hoersl and Vivo In llbertet were the oriel that formed h hurricane of sheering anti nwept over the city Unfortunately them highly reprchen alhle foolishness of half n dozen her dOns In throwing small colna into the crowd aa Mr Kniger passed acted like magic in conjuring up an antiBritish QUj I test vrhlqh ltvneptlcd nil the promptitude and energies of thatx serpusdisturbance The hotel remained for the rest of tho day In n state of siege while nt one time n procession several than nand strong marched In the direction khoutingDowJug other threatening erica Paris Nov lBMr Kruger passed fBundny with his family nt the Hotel Sarilx observing the fiahhafli in no oonlnnoc with tho customs of his n Ufarln nil Ills apartments were clbhcd to visitor and he remained with Wen Indulging in perfect rout Although the boulevards were alive to n late hour Saturday night with Itltrrymnkers and Kinging bongs tin llbtol Scribe was cordencd find the rovullurs dlil not disturb his rust Sunday morning found him quite recovered from the fatigue After I nn early breakfast he conferred with Dr Leyrts There being no church of hit own denomination In Purls ho held n private service In his apart want yiirrouiidod by ids entourage Mr Knigfr 11i n portion of Scrip Lure nnd sl muntber of his unite rend It harmon prepared in advance The BOer MAtojunan expressed n desire to hnvo an organ to awd t the slug lug but this could not he obtained rtt m early hour free clrculntiqn 1 + nil riHiimrJ in the streets about the hotel where only guardians two JK llcimiun stood on cither side of the principal entrance Tho number of paiwcrHh I wan not greater thou this onllnary Sunday crowd Toward S p in however pedestrians increased mind along the boulevard cone 100 shouting and singing bays Their nd Vent Incrcaxud the enthusiasm which was rapidly worked up and the streets jiegnn to fill Cheers for Mr Kruger began and tho pjdllcc Imme diatuly estnbllaheil n cordon about the hotel Several companies of republic an guards quickly arrived llenpondlng to cries and plaudits I Mr Krugec cane for n moment upon tho balcony accompanied by his granddaughters Again nt 5 oclock j tho tumult was such that ho reap geared but only for n moment Bur ing the afternoon null early evening there wa no fnlllng oft In thc jiuiu ber of spectators It was 10 oclock before the people hotf sufficiently his appeared to permit the circulation off carriages Tapes ealhcnr New York Nov 26A tome cabin to time Journal stays In spite of nil deniaU official and otherwise it wns + ccrinln Sunday thnt the life of Leo XIII hangs IKcrnlly by n Hlnglo thread and thnt hula death may bo ex pccted nt any moment ti Cashier Arrestedt Chicago Nov 25 W K Twomey cashlqr of the lank of Commijrce n private jnsrtltutonwnnrrc8tcd here charged with embezzling 2000 be longing to the bank Twomeyrdd clamed there IIQ conBpjracy iff C t MIEN ARMY JILL House Committee on Military Af fair Will Go to Work on It The dnilnUlrntlnn Want Author Ity to Mnl o a Ite0nlni Army 8nf Relent For jhe irenent Need of the Country 24chairmany 1111ttart attains Friday called a meeting of tile committee for next Tuesday He hopes that a quorum will be pres gopof a new delay bill It will be In the direction of economy to pass the army bill without Tictwillfbrought me aum Imetlint Is those of the men who do not care to recnlUt The transports which go out for them should depart laden with the troops who are to replace them else the ships will emptyMr Friday officialsIupon clar Doter of legislation desired by tile ad ministration He said the president lrytullyarmy and he did not assume to speak the presidents shad in advance Ho thought however the admini stration would not HS content with any makeshift legislation no propo sition to continue the present law for two years mote Ills impression was tint the president wanted authority to raise time regular mummy sufllolcnt for the needs of the country 100000 men If necessary Mr Hull wild the Taft commission hind reported that 13000 Filipinos eould bo rnSUted immediately In titarmy for Use Philippines und thnt t jey would make good soldiers un der American officers There was no fear of a repetition of Great Hritalns experience with the Sepoy for the Filipinos Mr Hull said have no na tional fooling like time natives of In din Moreover added Mr Hull the troopshasno more Iloyal nor HuVfcnt soldier hula the rallies cnllitcd in the lint ish army Iq India THE GENERAL LAND LAWS I2or John n Hrnilr Urgr Conacres lonal IrKlnlnllon on Their Ixlpnilon to Alaska Washington Nov 24Thio annual report of Gar John G Brady oii Alaska to the secretary of thin in tenor urges cnjigresslonal legiets gtllerniIlindtires the same legal status ns the whites land the representation of Alaska by a delegate in congress The report says thud nt Cape Nome Everything and everybody Is pell moll there are several claimants for each town lot beach chumI and creek claim fully 23000 people wilting for the action of the court there Despite recent legislation of con tress errtitlng additional courts and I new comic of laws the whole south em eotfst from Unnlaska to Yukutat IsI wjthbtit protection Within thlr area the pojnilntlon IIs very consid willamouht j other court Is urged to be eatnb lltHlI Illtbcr nt yalde nr ICodiak The Indian natives of Alaska are chnilng under their present status and aspire to citlzciishlp The gore ernor says there should IMS equal rigliMl and opportunities for nil In limo territory WITH A SHOTGUN Arthur miry Couiiiilttetl SnlclJ- llr Illiivrlntf Off One Sloe of J1U llend j Wnverly N Yl Nor 2L AvnrKlnney aged 23 committed nuicide Prldny jifternoon by blowing off the attic of his heed with n shotgun He was ono of the gunner on tho t1rI blohcnid when tin Spanish cable was hounrablydiemnrged weeks ago ho started for New gnu to rq enlist but SW8 nearly nsphyx IntrYl in ills room nt a hotel and tone report that he haul attempted suicide bocWip current mid it is thought I that brooding over toe accident nlllijj thin fanoieil disgrace unsettled his lIndIMn nr Vnii Wyok Will Slny J Albany N Y Nov tGo KOOKC velt Friday night gave out his duct slon in time application or the m mmnl from obits of fnyor Itobcrt A J Van Wyck of NCAV Tork city HP declines to remove time mayor on the grounds that while he myna undoubt edly n stockholder In tho American 1ho1 jholllrrj liTjprl with n munioipallty culjj fhlrty IMrntrn KlllnlJ- lrlnbnne Queensland Nov tAjj hand of Tugcri pirates in Dutch Now itiiinca raided time natives in time Brit Ish possessions there killing 015 of j tho niulves The police ntockcd the Tugeris 30 of whop were Idllwl Ir tho conflict I Chicago Indehlcdllrns Chicago Nov 24 Ofliclnl flguccB mule public Friday show qhlclIgosI total indebtedness to bu 20332000 I This is the first complete statement of the municipal debt that hat eves appeared S TEtSELL IVORf1t I 1llnee Inllel to AIIIRr1tiltIlppoiltlon of a lIolllleriHead to Columbus 0 Nov 21T14plain tilt In the flella divorce case pd are dpi11e11t1cIntiny morning but shin falledto nn nwer the summons For who rrIIOQ- III not known Having uo other wit nose on hand the counsel of tef a con ference concluded to resume reading deposition aid 4Jiat of Fred John son who was to 1B9U aa mUIOOOfron189G taken up In the opening statement he Bald he lived in the barn having a room ilodoInlie said he commanded an excellent view of pcveral of the rooms in thjs rear part of the Sells house and ali IO of the tilde entrance to the house Johnson said he could loop from his window lute the bath roim of Miss Florence Sells room nnJtbe den Mr Sells hired Mm She told him what to do nnd advlg d him to mind his own business and rot to be n news carrier She wnrncd him especially against talking too much Mrs Sells did not want him o car ry a basement key His work aural him to enter the house occasionally He saw Harry Lyons there oi ice In 1997 He was talking with Uli10m ily in the parlor At that tire he got n good look nt Lyons Th2 girls employed there had told witness that Lyons was visiting Mrs Bellslwlitn her husband was away I That wail why he took a good look nt Lyons He saw Lyons nftc that visit the house two or three ti nes a week during 1S98 when Sells w t not at home Lyons generally to k an observation on the recur of the house and then darted right in Columbus Ot Nov 23 Thq Sells divorce rose opened Thursday wHh Miss Donohue nchambernmid at the 1ark lintel at the time the Sell lived there on the stand She told f fre quent visits to the Sells rooms ivh n Mr Sells was not at homo H rat- trll lon was called to the matte onte wxlien she happened to be On thii Hoar of the Sells apartments and c1 gto the door of them when Lyon dial She henry him ask if Sells Ws i u seeing her nearby nnd when toSd tryforimportant business but he cwcrffl the apartments just the same nil fI1 nmlned n long time Miss Doiohue said she conclude to watch XJfclnrs a little and leaving no urgent cork plunked herself down In n char and watched for Lyons to go away She h oughodoor THE REGUEARARHlS j a Senator Kalrhanka Says a 1111 U l lie Pained to Inereime It II y Set eral Tluinnand 3ten 23SenateCharles iqnThursdayntntcd thnt the bill irovldlng for nn increase in the regular army vwo lid be passed shortly after congress t n vencd Time increaec he saider ild not be less than 30000 or 40000 i he ship ouUsidy bill would also reef ve favorable consideration and it at llky sonic definite octjlon would be taken on tho Isthmian canal mass lThe senator bcltevos tills meeting of congress will ho time inost import it short session of congress held in t ic past quarter of o century FELL FROM A TRESTLE At the llnltom of tin llnvlnn Ole I ronuitlvp llloclco1Jonr Icoll S- In thp t uh Wcrp Hurt I KnnsiH City Mo Nov 23At Rw t dale inn n suburb on Thuredrtv tt Kansas City Ft Scott Mcmj fe Bwltehe engine left the track on a trstle nnd fnlling 30 feet to the hi i win of the ravine exploded Foi i o men In the cub of the engine nt tl e time wore painfully hurt John r gun engineer was token to the 1hoe jiltnl unconscious and will die Tam Fitzpatrick foreman of a sVvltching drew John IHankcnshlp flrcmnn and1 TettT Icnsbn Hwltchmnn were wrU ously hurt but not IItnIlJIT j Ten Years In the PonllriitlHfj St Louis Nov 23 Maurice lire9 nan one of the three men nrreurtli for dynamiting the property 61 hb St Louhi Transit Co during the rf dent street railway strike was found t 11tencedSchwartz who were indicted witfi Hrcnimn will be tried soon Guilty of MniinliiiivhtRC Milwaukee Vix Nov 2aDavic Anderson nn aged inmate of the National So1dler home who shot nn liillwl Cupt Thomna M Pollock oil August t 1899 wxia on Thursday nJ byjurya 11ssduliI0lnlnttge pgpulutiniiounced Thursday 3100005 ngnin SC7n184 in 1890 This lis nn Increnn since 1800 of 127841 or 159 per ecu The population In 1880 wns 210S3M showing nu increase of 310801 or ft per cent from 1380 to 1800 I Germnnr1I 1lir Iron Output jtiron720 tonal the highest figures eve reached the output being 33520 tom above that of tl e previous month 0C OUR FORTIFICATIONS Imperative Need for gn Adequate Force of Trained Artillerists Step Should He Taken to Prorlde the Artlllprr Prrtonnpl With Kacllltlpa For a Sy trm of Drill Rod Target Practice Washington Nov24JFhe annual report of the board of ordnance amid fortifications just made public sums up concisely a very large amount of experimental work accomplished by the board during the past year A general statement of what is needed In the future IB contained In the fol lowing paragraph rile work of equipping our coast fortifications is progressing rapidly and O largo portion of the new minima ment is already Installed There Is imperative need for an adequate force of trained artillerists to care for nnd man the guns now mounted The hoard therefore deems it within its province to invite the attention of congress to the necessity of rcorjnin Izatlon nnd material increase of ihc artillery arm of the service In this connection also the board recommends that steps be taken nt an early ddte to provide the coast trtll lery personnel with suitable ranges and other facilities for carrying out each year u system of practical drill and target practice with heavy guns under conditions approximating thosa of actual service As the primary object of the de fenses is to protect the harbors and waterways along our coasts the guns arcs as n rule KO placed that target zedatranges can seldom take place with out endangering the lives oriel dam aging the property of private citizens This is particularly true in the casc of fortifications defending the larger harbors where there is shipping constantly within range and where pri vote houses are in such close prox imity to the guns as to be seriously affected by the shook At least these practice rangesI should be provided one for the North Atlantic one for the Atlantic and Gulf and one for th e Pacific coast A reference to the Intention of rearming the artillery branch of the service Is the only statement thatcant be construed with laving the slight est bearing upon the French gun se cret On the other hand to show that the United States has secrets of UA own the report refers to impor taut tests of Prof Lqngleys flying machine now In progre s but In such general terms as to throw no light on the results achieved in that direc tion SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN Tile Celebrated Sfu lcnl Compoaer 1DIoI Snddenlr of Heart Mall ure The Ilurlnl London Nov23Slr Arthur Soul van the musical composer died sad denly Thursday morning the result of heart failure Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan was born at London In 1843 He stunted music under hisfnthcr and1 also under Sir John Goss anti Sir knIghtedInl his operettas and songs of wlifoh he wrote many Sir Arthur Sidlivnns death has a HngIhhmell filled with obituary notices sketches e nd rtinlniscenoes The holy will be embalmed anti jn tcrrud in lirompton cemetery unless n strong feeling should develop In the profession in favor of asking the denn to nllow burial in Westminster Abbey which might change th plans His projected opera for the Snuro is still uiiHcorcd for orchestra London Nov SIjHy time tiueond oommnnd the funeral wrvjiw live r the rtMnalns of Sir Arthur Sullivan will bcNjield in the Wnjwl 1oyal St ffiMiics palncp nt noon November i SuprctN Arrced Ltttlo Bock Ark Nov 24Two inn of eight arrested Jicre Friday tend charged with vagrancy are HIIS pcntcd of connection with the Iron Mountain train rubbery nt Gifford on Widmiidny night At Stuttgart Fri tiny Deputy Sheriff Joseph Smith nr thinTrainlctr way north on the Cotton Belt road ItnII ron II loved un Scows Haglnaw Mich Nov 2The tug Lulu Eddy has returjied from Shell Drake Mich where n railroad wni moved n distance of about ten inllet Ion scows The tug moved 20 mJllSI of steel rails two locomotives MO- 16gl cars and abput 50000 cedar tics ShellMenkework but tie task wns completed Iuj 25 days Condition of tho Treasury Washington Nov SI Fridays jtntPinint of tho treasury balances In the general fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold reserve In the divi sion of redemption shrive Avail nbi cash balance 135731330 gold S02701209 Ilnttle Ship and Cruiser Cdlllilai catchopngetimt in collided with the cruiser plvataing They wefi disentangled hyyn tug The damage done wu light f i t 0 MCCKc CGiKMCoC C csaa 4W iiSTATE NEWS PICKUPS i N 4 AN ANGRY SALESMAN 110 frunvd the Quarantine Guard lint He Had to Walk Five Miles In the Italn Ashland Ky Nov JJ L Smith a traveling representative of a Cin cinnati house arrived here late Thursday night tired wet muddy and probably the maddest salesman that ever entered the state of Kentucky Smiths was a passenger on the east bound C O train Wednesday eVe ening and wanted to go tu Irontoir On account of the large number oft cases of smallpox nt Russell Ky a strict quarantine is being main tamed nnd the C 0 is not allow ed to receive or discharge passcn gems nt thnt point Smith however eluded the guards and got oft tho train there He was not allowed to board the ferry boat He finally picK ed Up his grips got past the guardsI In the darkness land walked the five miles between this city and RussellI in the rain He left here Thursday morning It Is said the name SmithI was assumed IN A SINK HOLE The Skeleton of Sadler Who Dis appeared Twenty Yearn Ago Wna Found Franklin Ky Nov 2The find ing of n skeleton here in n sink holed is supposed to explain the mysteri ous disappearance of George Sadler+ agotI and hind never been heard from Sod her served four yenta in the state pen itentiary on the charge of mule steal Ing lie returned here but disappeared Thursday n1 search was made for n bunch of stray ogs owned by Sim Temple It whsTouna thin they had fallen In a sink hole In an effort to get them out an excava tlon was made Iud a skeleton was fount Part of the boots and cloth fug were left which almost makes I J certain the remains nre those of Sad ekr A DELUGE Jtnln Han fleets FalllnK Incessantly In Central Kentucky ffiace- irpeaday Night Frankfort Ky Nov 26 Central Kentucky is being deluged by the hardest rains in years which began Tuesday night and have fallen coni stantly since Thousands of dollars damage have been done to lumber men between here and Ueattyvllle in logs which have been washed out of Insecure booms Great damage has also been done to farm products The Kentucky rlvere here is rising sir inches nn hour and small stream- have been out their banks for tw days past I EDMUND BACON DEAD The Hellred Hanker Rxplrcd nt Ills Homo In Lexlnitton Kyo heart Affection Lexington Ky Now 20 1 flacon aged 79 a retired banker fnther of Edward Macon n C P A of the Monon Route dlp l nt home here Sunday of heart niTwXioii As a young man and when travcflng with China was hazardous he tins for five ems super cargo on un East India Co tabling vessel plying between New York find Chinese ports His graiul father wqs F Bacon assistant sec rotary of the treasury ilurlng the rev olutionary war and his signature wns on the first paper roone issued etvpurteNewport Ky Nov 3The au nyn Thursday morning that pteps had nl ready been undertaken by n wealthy syndicate composed of n number of Cincinnati business men and finan clers to establish a new bank in New port The capital stock it Js report ed will be 200000 and the men in terested aril said to represent nltn millions The backing Is of the mos substantial sort and the future o the new hank probably depends to a large extent upon the reopening or reorganization of the looted German National bank Those interested however say that the new bank will be established in Newport lin any I event even if the German National I cgain opened upon a new basis HOKUM Certificate Frankfort Ky Nov 24 Superin tendent of Public Instruction Me Chosney has received 300 conscience money which he is in a quandary I about as thdre is no provision for disposing df it under the law It was from nn cxtencher at Nashville who formerly lived In Christian county this state The reason for turn Ilag back the money the party says is thnt his school certificate wns bbgus j Trotter Cluuition hand Lexington Ky Nov 2tClcm Bcachy sold to George W Lcavltt of Itoston the threeyearold brown colt Cyrano 223114 by Isaac 22414 outII of Lady Mansfield This colt isa I rare individual nnd has trotted miles close around 215 I 31 c Cur re n In Lexington Lexington Ky Nov 24Mr P H McCnrren of New York is the guest of Col Win S Barnes of Melbourne stud in this city From New York the story cme that he hart purchased the Empire City track iJr BECKHAMFUQUA Nearly All the State Official Attend ed the Wedding of the Governor at Owenboro Ky Owensboro Ky Nov 2oov J W C Beckham of Kentucky and Miss Jean Raphael Fuqua of this cltywere married Wednesday night at the First Presbyterian church The wedding was attended by pearly all the state officials and a number of guests from other parts of the state A reception followed nt the Rudd house which was a notable social function The governor and ilibride left at midnight on the private car of W II Kinskern general passenger agent of the Chicago North western railroad n brotherinlaw of Gov Becldiam lot a trip to Chicago Gov Bcckhnin won elected recently to fill out the term of time late Gov Goebel He having been acting gov ernor since till latter was assassin sled last February His bride is the daughter of J A Fuqun prominent tobacconist and is a beautiful young womanMILWARDS DEATH 3 It Is XOTT Ilelleved the lexlrifrtn- Hnrduare Merchant Wan Foully Murdered Lexington Ky Nov 23the Her aid Friday says Charles S Mil ward the hardware merchant was foully murdered With tho passing of excitement and confusion incident to the finding of his dealt bode pn Wednesday morrilng hard linenpol conclullrelyIa or en emy who opened the floor from tile outside and shot Milwnrd as he peered tout Time suicide theory had been gen ernlly accepted until last Thursday night 1 POWERS CASE SUBMITTED It Went to the Court of Appeal Without Oral ArgumentThe- Howard Caac Frankfort Ky Nov 2trhe odes ofCaleb Powers was submitted in the court of appeals Friday wIthout oral argument and with lhaveto 4he attot neya to file briefs OR or before De cember 1 P KxCongressman VT C OwenS counsel for Jim Howard appeared butore the court and nakedthatlrcult Clerk Ford be compelled to fur nish tree of cost to hfrii a transcript of the record in his case The court passed the matter till next Tuesday and extended the time for filing thisI record till December 4 t ISStraht Creek Shooting oPirievJJJe Ky rod 24ESoMe malt 1 f clous shooting took place nt StralghICreek mines Friday morning over Alex Walkers wife colored and i t James Llford whored Volker hauled LIfordwith his wife and overjj fshooting and shot Liford four times Liford is not expected toIIYI t fords friends then shot alkcr ncJtr1he Is badly hurt Llfpnl + frjtnd is now in line l1le jail without ball I iVlnim For the InutiKurntlon i Frankfort Ky Nov 21 At admass i meeting of citizens ThtinuTay night to take steps toward preparing for tho ceremonies of the inauguration ofJt iov lleckhnm on December Jl tIle k necessary committees were appointed to look after the matter The rail I roads have granted half rates for tho occasion and a great crowd is ex pcctcd prIntlmldiitlnn Cl nrKrd Paris Ky Nov 23Chtck J llpr arwellknown SeEr ChtiniGtei wn4 hr rested Thursday Ln deputy Unlied States marshal on ngarrnntchnrging him with preventing Negroes from voting during tho lasti electionI Ittia rumored that warrants Jiave been sWorn out for 14 other persons in eluding same prominent politicians hoartFrankfort jxy Nov M Although fromfllcattyvllle there is so rnO nppfe i pension of nilood at tins point Tho river hero Is rising at the niteof six inches an hour Mill menhaveJpst hundreds of logs and In iheadja asIiecudonet I A Job Kor AVllcr t Lexington Ky Nov23Dr E M Wiley former superlntendet tail iHe Eastern Kentifcky InHanc iHylum liaa been appointed trill place pixkthelo cal board of penslqn olIfrMnlnc YO lKentueky State Champions Ikichmond Ky Nov JCcntl1 university defentcil State college here twinning the state champfanqhln l ya u score of 11 to 0 Ir t Vain ublu Yeurllnir DeadiiI Lexington + Ky Nov F rxVjijyea pbJJeerily purchaseil tram D T Thomas of Lexington by A Fentherstohe of Chicago for 7600 died of pneumonia at ienmord nyul Lxvl Phi Delta Theta Sachet y Louisville Ky Nov 2qirhnan nUll 1 natloi nl convention of the Phi Delta lh tnthe largest college fro ternlty in lids country was called to order in this city Monday to con tlnue four toys r Mr I J jI L 4 I THE HICkMAN COURIERr GEORGE WARRENt rt HIOKMAN KYIFRIDAY t j NOV SO 1900II 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS t COUNTY 8UFT OF POMMOK SCHOOLS 4We are authoriied to aaaounce Mr Ex I MBIT W KOACH aa a c Rdidt for the office of County SuperiateBikfit oft Common Schools ol Fulton county J subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary to be held April 0 1901 We ace authorised to aauoaaco MissII DORA JUjuctM SMITH aa a candidateI for the office of Suateadeat of Common Schools of Faltoa eosdty subject to the actioa of the Democrat to primary April 6 101 JOR BRJUUPPIWe are authorized to aaao Bce Mr W A NATLOR as a candidate for Sheriff of Fultoa County subject to the action of the Democratic Primary on April 6th1001cWe are authorized to announce GKORGB CAKTEKTBB candidate for tho of aSeeject to the Democratic primary elec tion to be held April 6th 1901 i We are authorized to announce Mr F Toes WRIGHT as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 8 1901eFOR OOUNir CLERItIi jLCTKMItj I to the office of County Court Olerk subject to the Democratic pnmary election to be held April Oth 1001II tlLoNoffice of Ooanty Oomrt Clerk subjectla to the action of the I wary to be held April 6 1001 Ws are authorized to announce ARCH n E BREVARD as candidate for the of lice of County Court Clerk to wtheApril 6 1901flCOUNTY JUDGE I t1JEAJlBYehlDemocratioWe are authorized to announce J FruMAMKSB as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratio primary to be held April 6 1901 FORAS8JI88OR We are authorized to announce Taos B LANNOM aa a candidate for the of lice of Tax Assessor subject to Dem ocratio primary to be held April 6a 1901IWe are authorized to announce LVTUEB WJLTSOR as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Democratic primary to be held April 61901 FOR JAILERtl r We are authorized to announce MR Jo NOON ON aa a candidate for re election to the office of Jailer of Falton conn ty subject to the Democratic pnmary I to be held April 8 1901 cJPOR CCCHTY ATTORNEY 1 We are authorized to announce Mr HENRY F BEMLEY as a candidate for tho office of County Attorney subpfeet to the Democratio primary to be e1heldJO NOONON In thus issue la the announcement of Uncle Jo Noonon as a candidate for reelection of to the office of Jailer The county never had a better Jailer nor cleverer man What more need be y said r f 0 52471478 be The Kentncky State Railroad Com mission in its assessment just complet ed fixes the value of railroad property in the State at 153471478 Jon increase of more than six million dollars over last year The total railroad mileage in the State is 3054 miles eleven miles less than last year 0 H P BEMLB In this issue is the annOnco ment of Henry F Kemley as a candi date for Oounty Attorney Ho is BC young lawoer of fine promise of excel lent character high toned honorable bravo and gallant end well qualified for the plaee He Is now County Attorney j by appointment o RBSPONBD3DLITY ON THEM Democrats are entitled to what satis faction they can get out of the fact that their political opponents having a majority I in both houses of Congress and a t President to sign their bills have all I the power needed to pass any laws nee Muury for the next four years They will have to RO on record tor the trust question which they straddled in theI campaign They will have to go on rec J ord on the dependent colonies question J the imperialism question and revise the I unpopular war tux The Democrats cannot hinder yon now gentlemen proi coed I o VOTING BY MACHINERY Voting by machinery is tho next step in political progress The use of machinery to record and count votes was r jMrmitlod by tho New York constltu tiotiof 189 hand several cities have ox perimentedwith tho new idea rn But falloMt wasa complete success The Courier of that city says that tho speed and ease with which the voting was con ducted and the mechanical accuracy of the count were favorably commented upon by all Not a single district was there tiny question raised ns to tho cor rectness of the count and tho returns were brought to the center of the OltI and tubulated in a very short time 0tPOLICY IN THE PHILIPPINES Tho account of last weeks doings in the Philippines conies prefaced with tho announcomentthut it is the first nacre sored news by cablegram since tho American occupation moro than two and n half yean ego This first uncensored cablegram roo port a considerable increase in Filipino and American activity in tho field dur ing the last week consequent upon the termination of tho rain which enables forces to operate In nil parts of tho ur tho natives are showing signs of increased restlessness sometimes oven garrisoned towns where the American force are insufficient to retaliate v o WHAT MIGHT BE DONE In what manner Cairo and other riv cities and the country generally ureilosers by tho heavy drain upon the ro sources of the country in carrying on Philippine war is thus tersely tot by Mr Andrew Carnegie A tithe of tho cost of maintaining our sway over the Philippines would I our internal waterways build Nicaragua canal construct a wnterI to tho ocean from great lakes an in nd canal along the Atlantic seaboard anda canal across Florida saving 800 iles of distance between Now York nndI New Orleans connect Lake Michigan J the Mississippi deepen all tho I harbors upon the jokes build a easel Lake Erie ttUho Allegheny river slack water through movable dams tne entire length of the Ohio river to Cairo improve tho upper and low r Mississippi river and all our seaboard J All these enterprises would be nothing in cost in comparison with tho sums required for the experiment of possessing the Philippine Islands 7000 miles from our shores s ti 0ANOTHER GREAT NEWSPAPER EXPERIMENT The Rev Dr Parkhnrat of New York tits backed by a unmoor of million it is announced will start a great paper in that city nonpartisan I nonsectarian to print all the news to toll the truth always and to lead pub lie opinion without in tho slightest ro gard what effect the publishing of tho will have upon money receipts of the office Surely such a great paper is needed not one bnt many but this great paper is a doomed tailors It will remembered that the Rev Mr Sheldon I out at Topeka Kas last year WMI much heralded in the experiment of trying to publish a dally newspaper as Christ would publish it It was a fall ure It waS not perceptibly better than the average honorably conducted pat Be the intention of such publish good these millionaire publishers cannot always protect themselves from fake news and bodes they are mnchly human and naturally will color their publication to their own peculiar ideas truth and of what is right and wrong and a large number of the public as honest and honorable aa they are will pronounce their work selfish hypocrit leal and maybe dishonorable There are no perfect men and as long as this true there will be no perfect news papers 0 I UMBRELLA LUST At the Episcopal Church with letters JJI D plainly marked Please return 1 H DODDS IIEIRS W EJITo Hickman OourierIHOUSTON TEX Nov 23f 1000 Dear Sir Iam looking for the heirs Mary A HarrIet and Emily A Coit They went to you ututo before 1835 with their brother Daniel P Coit he named and went to Texas in the year 1835 Anyinformationhanks Yours truly HENRY MALUOEN THE ST LOUIS REPUBLIC Every Monday and Thursday a newspaper as good as a magazineand bet ter for it contains tho latest by telo graph as well as interestingi stories is sent to the subscriber of the Twicon Week iBopnblic which IB only ln year The man who reads tho Twlcoa Week Republic knows all about affairs political domestic and foreign events is posted about the markets and commer cial matters generally Tho woman who reads the Twice a Week Republic gathers a bit of valu able information about household affairs and late fashions and recreation in the bright stories that come under tho head ing of both fact and fiction Thorn la gossip about new hooks and n dozen other topics of especial interest to tho wide awake man and woman 0TO IIAVK GOOD TBBTII it is essential that yon take good onro of them A little atm now and youll never regret it years to come Onr woeful examinations and work murk our professional services tut ills tluctlv superior autl satisfactory Noth lug too ditlloult for our skill Charged that are mot with pleasure JII McFALL IHSMHKES I INTERNATIONALSTOCK FOOD The only stock food that glues paying reunite a i ositlvo reliable guarantee lx printed on ferI package Thus guar antee means what it says vizI if the preparation is used according to diruo tlons and fails you gut u refund of your money Wo want you to understand that wo aro doing business on exactly the same plan that ono honorublri farm er wonld sell and guarantee anything to ono of his ncighbora In InUrnutlon Stock Food you gtjt Three Feeds JFor One Cent It ifl guaranteed to save corn1 and oats strouJtthKecIJtI puroKeeWill make your mules thrive iDleroalioif siocK Fool 3 FEEDS FOR 1 CENT Guaranteed to cure or prevent IIOU CHOLERA also tho quickest hog itrow er ever discovered Your nevus reread ed if It over fails null you are to bo the judgeTo of a 25 pound pail we willpresent a stock book that contains more fine engravings of stock than you can get in n book coating you 1000 It Anelyillustratedthat will give you complete information in regard to many accident and disoaA4s tunaGiveYou will upper do without It Sold by J A MCCLURE Hickinaii Ky Orders will receive prompt attention at M B Shawti Sons Department Btor 4trrr INTERESTING RIVER NEWS ITEMS 1 A A The Steamer Peters Leo is duo down early this morning ttttrho stoamor City of Pittsburg of tho White Collar Line leaves Cincinnati Sunday for Memphis in place ot tin Now South laid up for IJpairstttt ttttTheray n hot favorite with Hickman folk has boon rauatnod City of Chester to run between SL Louis and Chester 4 IIIftf All the feeders into the upper Ohio have been rising for a week thus giv ing a good stage of water for the coal trade Many tows are now on route Southand others are to follow shortly ttttRiver men doubt tho feasibility of the OhicagototlioOulf deep water idea Imagine for instance the Luounla Empress of China or Kaiser Wilhelm dur Grosse anchored opposite Hlokuian Ye gods nnd little Hflhcfl what n droned ttttThe Hill City recently sunk opposite Memphis has been raised ttttIt is not generally known that tho Mississippi river tuns up bill It would seem impossible at first glance but the government surveys shows that tho mouth IH higher than tho soureD WHEN yon feel that life is lianlly worth the candle take u dose of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up your liver and regulate your bowels making you fool like n iiewtiiuu For sale by Cowtill iJinvcjli Hiokman and A M Shaw State Lino 6fIusuro your life In tlin Pennsyl vania Mutual Special now features For further infonnatiou t to Miss JUdo sin OUTTKIi agent To remove a corn or bunion First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it thenlnro it down as cloao ly as drawing hood apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twioe dully rubbing vigorously for flea inin plaster goncralinlmentI ro 1 T I i DONT YOU WANT i GOOD GOODS If you tienro really Interested in things that cost money then call and inspect our superb now lino of DIAMOND JEWELRYL = The latest creations in Diamond pings Brooches Em displayatI thing in tho Jewelers lino can always bo found at the modem store of I ICG Bcrcndca SCHLENJKEE Building Clinton Street i cT to fJ StoVe Boards 0 Stove Pipes J HEATING STOVESj Jut1 received large supply of nout1ing Stoves coal and Wood Gall and see them l U Also remember we are solo ngollts1 for the famous W WILSON HEATER j V III burn unytlungthat looks liko wootti c Nt smoke no ashesj loss wood anti snore hunt than any t c J stew made Ir i Clie and see them otherii ti L P W S LLISONtt i1j i Coal1 Yeses W Coal cuttles v v 1 I 1nitiInal THROUGH Sjeeriijg Car Service FROM CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO r i Yl 1tCj p rtnnrSJgIArid via Memphis Tiro + h looping ear ronorvntions can now b poured from Cincinnati and Louis Ile via the Illinois Control to Hot Spring vuiMomphw on itsNew Orleans Llmltol leaving Cincinnati daily at 000 roadhlegblotI carries Pullman 8lcoiin ear and free odininKf car UlnoinnnU to Morn phis aba taping ear and coach Mem pills to liuljSprings ThroCkjh jeHorvatlonn Cincinnati and LouLsvili to Hot Springs CUll also he secured o vtlio Spoolnr IO IuffOln cinnati F1m nnd p in daily nmving at Hot Springs 0 JK5 the next iborujng Sleeping war xorviuo from Olnekinuti also doaoh from Louisville to loi Bleeping car Mom phis to JloI Springs Dining ear iwr vice on nrtu- A IIp isllfoldor of this now service nn well an lull particulars conuorning tho of agents of the Illi nols Contnland connecting lines W AJICHLLOND A O P A- Louisville A II HANSON Con Passr Agont Chicago BEOKHAM AND BEIDE 100vornorBcokbamthis morning at 1018 oclock via tho C and O They were mot by the govern ors mother at tho station nlno by a number of the state ofllolnls and went nt ousts to the executive mansion Tho mansion has boon excellently refitted conploMmthe governors family assisted Mw deck ham in the furnishing of tho house Guy Qccklmm rolovcd noting Govern or Carter at noon anti the latter loft at mice for his homo in Anderson county l NORMOUS i INDEMNITY Londoif Nov 28Doctor Morrison wiriiiK tojtho Times from 1 akin today wiyn Tha foreign envoys have agreed to two prop saLi tiirt wore previously ro unllnhnftylhltlmt China should agree to recast tho common al treutlos and tho Italian proiMnl that China should agree to foreign nnnclnl control us ft gnarnntoo of Uri In lomnity The slay in tho presentation of tho JOWl now is duo to tho postponements or tho I onto governments This in crcuKost 10 ditncuitica of tho position and egg avntiM the dislocation of trade and lini ice cwpcclally tho collection of inland ri vciiuwi At tho lowest esti mate TbS indouinity Is coinnutcd to ho nOiAJO pounds sterling or three hon dred JIll lions of dollars t i i MAMMOTH tiTurkoy1s- I am oHWiiig tlii ONMtt full kMMiwll Mniiimoth Turkeys from I I PRIZE WINNING STRAINS tut low MM they rna hotfrred liy rvlinbU HllJtutllt10lleithood of iiyr llooic won Mrwl lur a Je lMMMIM I bird nnd no lit not very futflmilKil Ong figure Thu i iee is i Mfljj Uii Iw males 8110 each JOIN A McOLUUK- KardltMNd Maddox tarsi 1 mile plant of Mt Ilrmton Oltaroh Jtyinan+ XOTI r All ixmiH lml ltwl to mo tt riots or account are hereby HOlltttd that their neoouuta have IMHIII plno 4t tn the hamle of trIm Gnjo loroollwtlou HMWII bo found at tho iXMtoflloe1 IDwIe1I on him ut onto and MtLt1t8 I UMI the mousy Httipectfullr a U UARTIRTT Notice to the Farmers It is our purpose to buy eons again this season in llickniitn JMyiiiK at nil times tho highest onuh market wire Wolmr rrttngwl with Mr W M Shaw to buy for us and lie ylll use our new latcfttlmprovtKl Fairbanks scalwi unit will have his office nt the scales Wo will bo remembered iw having kept up prices on corn at lllcknmn the past two seasons Thanking you for pawl imtronng and soliciting it contlnuunoo of sntno we lire Very truly I MoitdAM JlAttHY UUAIS CO Union City T un E3T Wo have just returned from mar ket buying u largo lino of liuggtoft nitd HarnoriS Wo liuvo now on hand some W8jwillfor now stock IS U Ue yvsek Co OII1tsaIYYIoIIcrs NuChu VfLTON OlltCUlT COURT J M Witting PlaintifT EquityTomI l Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Mary Kuoorr ilcod that the iuulor signed Commissioner of tho lpulton Circuit Conrt under nn order in tlio nbovo styled cause will nttoml at his olHcojui tho corner of Jackson nud ltun tacky streets from tho ditto hereof until the lilt day of tho next January term of this court 1001 to roccivo and hear proof of claims against stitch dcocdntit 8111 that nil prosuutod to him anti provuu as required by law within tho tmio specified above will bo forever barred W P TAYLOR a Meat Coinr Fulton Circuit Court By ToMDjLLOrff Sit Doputy OM UUL1 1VHIHKEY The genuine OLD GOLD WHISKEY cnn lH obtained in Union Oily Toiiu from W R WoWtor only Any oilier toIl11voCoDistillun Ky 11JJh rlDll e e =COUGH MEDICINES U COIJI cunus 4 t OlliLll rrONHJ r A- i ALL KINDS AT Cowgill CowgHls I DRUG STOttlfc r iC OALI ijDAt T WWII Pittsburg and Eurek OHkn Mujxtitiad vrtlk Ctolt 11 lIflW+ pmMjtt flUafltMii ALL FUEL MUST BE PAD FOR ONt OELVERY ALL UIUDK8 OF W1EAM COALS Alex A Paris Son I CITY BARBER SHOP Tn my old oswtawwar We stn hero- to stay llebwill a late yewr tjisgbarbers Jt U OAt nwM WILL rRowm- LIiothe Kluiu lEitrlim Shop WlMfeihek 1Wm try Yr it p nIllIjlfr to M l IJJNX r DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KKNTUOKY OCQoo over Cowgill Oowgllla IJruc atom LIVERY STABLE OlPOSlTK H It DIflW j H POLLOCK Propr First clRM turnouts ituaiea eur- reardxgasafe ys teams Ao OuBtoiMrti and ol4toausa Par troniiKO solleltml Tolunhono 10 4 + CARUT ERS B AK CRRy AND CC NrCCTIO N EAYR Y FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIES ETC l OMNTON WrtlHHT illOKMAN ti Ktbtttttffi 4 Jcfoptionu No 00 f 1 OK EAKER General G ocet y +I Powell Block Clinton St y ofJrohivel Ooodiull 1r4- r t 1 4 T4- i ff I jIif 4 c l C ti Ay XJ TSCHlIiMmil Time Table N 1 0 i StL IL It1 jIUVKAi AliniVKHi- rrt1uJJ llat8a p m Train No 62 748 a m ffrn NL3 at Silt p 11101 I I Train Nu 4 Mop w tt j ii IILOCALNEWSJ i OF INTEREST TO ALL I Qhrlitinim nuxU palnlwwdgpltflI S Brtwlo AndrowH vixitod in Union Oily gnnilny JVHycti tinted froo nt liuakV Sam lFord of lFulton was in llio city on u bimneiu trip Saturday XWUorondeV now lino of Christmas goacte on dUplay Monday I IIIUIDTeeth without plalos MtrAU = IJi1IMUkD8I V1I1 Holm returned Monday from n InwlnCsi trip to CaruUiuiHVllle Alo The Kuibroidory dub will meet tins nftornoon with Mm 11 8 IloborUi SrSco lierondm lino lino of Holiday good on display Monday Maters Oar LoFlU and J II Jack Sn of Union City wore hero Monday S8f Heiiyy medium and light weight QvcnKwmjj Uhoup Ulcnei NAVLO- UMr and lira L P Klllson loft Mon day nlgt for Clnnnnatl and other cities tCIioltuv Mr Hrawn will preaoli at 1111P Church Sunday Jill In and t J juiniilrnaramles Holiday Opening Mou t days l ino llnci now good vn and Mrs Wfll tahnn of roar CBtntoit worn In town Wttrtutwday Step pTuk 8aJTwth tutrot d positively with ectilda McFAM DISMUKIW At Ifttrta Rod wrty returuwl Tliur ilrew a IIMMURK wrnwHUon on ndf- jlf 4t Lake trK I3ttrwtdNlrnenyihe holiday i ikplay at MM lrwi IMtwK of OtrohwllB Uiltt fc WUng leer gmudjiioUior MM 3a11 dlaborg ffAll wcrk jjtmronUrwl for life by UarAULiS DiaMUXW Uttt paitllw den- tJts Allis Jonlnuof ltIauj811111l1o1S Allen 0 i Purls Penn and 11rs Milt Shaw ftS Hertnilw now holiday good area plwiwtut aurprlxp Upon Monday Sir Qan cy Taylor ease down front UM TiMinMHva river country Hnturdny tilMralllg Sunday 1 4lIM Margaret King of Sturgl lty to Un Ipuet of JIM Lltzle LutUvII on M n rftv 1v ntAIIM Tula Eruontqn of Oolumiius will gnonti fievonil days In our oily with her kr191Id1 MIM lJooJher taDrop in and two Ueraudca now GhrUtmM good Monday D J Wilson la in Pmlucnh ut tending the Ftmt DUtriot Hdnantiooal jiwoolntlou in sttsslon thorn irrWo are hero t j stayCnll n id os nwtna our work MclAU A DISMUKHS tiia twinlMM dwitlste Ulllttu over Wil gorfV Bookstore iliss Aimuidn Powell returned to her tome In WiokHffe Sunday after a rtsit te frtondrt In Kant Hloknmn Mr J U weaver n won known farm tor of this county uud clover citizen hM liHrwl to Iumftuuld Ark QTHIiiK pbono 74 Unolo Jooku for n nlco tonder ruiwt or steak dolivor Od iti ample time for dinner Dr Hudson of Oreontlold Toun and MiM Grace Shannon of Hhuron Teun J lire visiting Mr mind Mn1 L A Stone Mlga Muttlo Ellison left Thunmlftv to vlnlt hor aunt Mrs Kate Basset At Mntn Gu whore Rite will spend tho win tar USTKroith KTQ orie tho Rood kind fat Hogeru iV ThrelkoldH Free anti prtnHitr delivery Phone 71 y via1f1 W8DK3 loft Tuundny night on the Fordt Heroi rd for CrtrutbomiUo to vlIutroln lvteHtokumn merohanU are beginning to flpOn their holiday gogdtand in another wo jjt thoro will bo anolugant display Ural will bo appreciated by both young anti old y liia a lHUo lost than four weeks until the Inno for Santa Claus to make his annual visit and the little ones are look lug forward with rapturous hearts for the Joyful day to come tSTAn elegant line of flue holiday goiUJ lampH queonswaro glasawaro 4tol tt at lowest prices consistent with good Values at Ito ont S Throlkolds Mr Uhafl G Sohlunkor lanK erected a jawrilryHtoro bronze watch about three or four feet in lliunoter It Is u very creditable sign f Mr non little lost IWO or UC30 foot of Iniubot Sunday by i uavoiu tff tho river hank at Stumpy Point 3 miles above towII1tho lumber having been t odgo for shipme- ntLoA now lot of Dry Goods and La- deS unit Ohildreuu Umlwwoar just re Uulvod at H C AMiiruos aisiaw Fourth ulnas Kwtmastors now brotitho easier na word Ifas gone out that they are not to bo molested except for cause i Few changes it is thought will bo madp x ju tlio service where Republicans mire al Toady Installed Vt6 Wo are goiug to sell those hug jc 6n hand lit Homo price If you want n yr Jlirgalu now Is ynur chance Cull at I ce and wo will Provo what wo nay wo U6 Wo do do E E HEKVES Co sfy t- rery e p frwv 1 j Q I 1II IIOW About ThatI Furniture III- I i 1 1New IIhusband promised to buy for yon thU tall Our splonelid now Fnrniture and Housekeepers Want will make It easy for you decide Just como und 10thIhll imr Oar big assortment our prwour 1 1to to maintain onr leadership in Furniture Retailing will do the rest 1 dctormlIII f OS + 11 A Heres a Few Price i ie Smashers 61200 value for New Solid Oak Suits real 515 4 200 for Strong lied full size regular price 250 1 100 for Fine Dining Table would bo cheap at 500 1750 for an elegant Oak Sideboard S19 I regular PriceIHeres Fef iti Chaitsset- of Mattressj competitors NEW ARRIVALSChristmas Rockers and Fancy Chairs Justlgot in a und more a Pricey right too I Our Superb Bed Room Suit at 0000 is to any 10000 suit ever sold in Hickmun J Home Domestic Standard FINE SEWING MACHINES I5 Others and up ji r i 1 Stephens Smith I 1 I FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Ii L = Jeeeeeeee Thi IU Rev Bishop T U able and instructive ser inonnttho Episcopal Church Monday night After which ho continued n ems of six Mr and Mr T T Swayno M H Shaw Jr Harry M lEllison than Wallace and Mba Logo Atwood MM C A Holcombo who has been vbiltinK her sister Mm Hoaijland in Nom th1R returned TUCllny Mrs Hart lott hot sister front Wlnflold liltS re turned with her and will visit hero fur some time A largo ILCI8OrlmonL pf Dug gy Robes ut E E KHKVBS ti Cons They will give you a in something good In that line- Thanksgiving services wore hold nt tho Moth ml I si Ohnrah yesterday tho only church Tli Illoktnon observing the day by religious rites Hov Mr EvnnH preached nnd a fairly good congrega lions attended Miss Mary Bcokhnin of Union Oity invited Mr Nit Shaw and Miss Mabel French Mr Ohastor Bondurant and Miss Bessie Fronah ovor to Thanksgiv leg dinner Knowing their taste tor turkey wo predict they enjoyed tho oc otiHion nil work done without twin MoPAU i DiSMUKKa tho pain less dentists Advertising in to the merchant what plowing nnd sowing s to tho farmer cropbyn ten acre Held that n nice crop of wheat or corn would spring tip in it Ridiculous isnt It But not nay more so than tho merchant who hides n stock of goods away in u storeroom and then sits on tho counter hoping that lpeople will come in nud buy asI have u tot of fine custom made Button Shoes for ladles price 300 to 100 which 1 now offer nt 260 they lire all that claw slices and tho best bargains ever offered IL 0 It appears thul down in Tipton Coun ty all n man has to do in to go out and walk around and Ids food commie to him without effort A of tho Tipton Hecord writes As I was riding dOI8flushedin tho Holdihml saw u bird fly straight up in the air OH if shot in the head It evidently Htruik u cornstalk I wont over and got tho hInt On Saturday the 10th inst OH 1 was riding in tho edge or Hntchio bottom 1 saw n hawk that hud nil he could carry in his Purge claw I followed him from tree to tree anti at lust ho dropped u big fat chicken I brought it homo One of my bands says its ho wits driving through tho field getItirruss tutu kicked up H rabbit und killed It1 specInll1no ing goods department Will soil you ono cheap No old tock nil now and unto date 1f Sfr I a r r Ii H I I 350 for Nice Oak Dining Six Jj 150 fOr tho regular 200 Cotton top 250 for our dotnlnnation Mattress it hurts I i coming equal shipment i New 1600 Dudley protohodall Bargain jPclsitivoly Aunnua- 1134Sw correspondent COLTS FOR SALE Two flno filly colts and one four year old horse Well bred stock Do not need them on inr farmJ II POLLOCK rUncle Jock cuts steaks tonder and juloyut Rogers Throlkolds Phone 71 The small pox prevails m many Ken lucky and Tennessee counties and pco ple ure warned to take precautionary step to prevent its spread or rviico in other localities rccnrjj Art lottery Atomlnn l1acqDtIADdIrons Alarm Clocks Axle Ore ua Aah Cau Apple arers- IabbuiMetsl Hatter Molds llleiclrwq lie FIOUTM loth Tube ltrass flood UroniA Clocks Ilrtoabraolialann tread KnJn w l1ir Supplies Dread hexes Clothes Pins Coffco Beta Dell Channg DIabM- Clothes Racks Cow hells Clothes Utica Cut Glass Cream Presets Coal Vase Coffee Urns Clierrr Seeders Openers tork Pullen Corn Puppets F 111 KRUGER MAY COME HERE Keiw York Nov 20 General Samuel Pcnriuu formerly commissioner general of thp Tranaraal army who led tho six Soul t Africmt refugees who arrived today n tho SUilendain said today that it M a quite probable that President Kru or would seek a refuge and home in tt s country OikeSUci OoUoo loU COBl nods I Goal CUM I Copper Krt- CUtorn I CarpttKCtundfllrn era Ctundfllrnt Cook Stares pane cow En Beat Bust Paw Mauer S4b- hleh Tram hoer IlaU Dairy end Pro Sets PHILLIPS BUTT RFF NASHVILLETENNL- ARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUFACTURERS New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE JAPANNED COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES Milia- Cbamber Flown Floor Scrccai nun lart1- 1uUnar Prow Traps rI1taettOOIlK Drain Scour Ilammrn HeatlDC St- Rammocb RackS lutcbrts lloadai00tdr dearth Tus hand scale hall Lamps hang Mirrors IIoiuo Uroomi loo licks ice nooks Ira masers ironing hoards ice notes JardlnlNM Knife Steels Knife QrlDtlrn Kitchen sanL- a1I11re Lamp Chimneys Lawn Swtnxs Lawn Scttoei MFG CO OF PLAIN STAMPED AND STOVE AND Call Can 1 rots Mops Fire e Fir J d lUt s LampsStoics Lawn fll90tl- LanIerD8 Lamp Wicks Ijiwii Chain Mull Polishes Milk cans Metal Cocki Milk Shaker Mlk Strainers Meat Cheapen Nut Crackers NutIDtlllJral Oil SloU- Onrs Tables Oil Cane Patent Pans F1 J Parlor Tame latent Churns Potato Mashers Padlocks Cutlerynotary lUt Traps Roof Paint Itefrlerraton Roach Traps Rollln ll Jn1 Ruse Jars Smokers Sets Sharing Seta Sand Stones Steak Pounder Sewing Mctlnea Shovels Statuette Steel Rsngee Sausage tlllsrs Scrub Brushes Saucaao Mills Scissors Steak Kronen Soap stacks Slop cant CaroTable Tea Drawers WHOLCIAIC ANOeTAIL aCTAllS ASK YOUR- DEALERS S WRITE tOR- CATAteee AND pnicc Toilet Sets TeaSets- lbwol Rollers Toilet NoToltlei Tea Pots Thermometers Tongs Urn Umbrella stand Vases VentUaton Wins Sets Wood Churn Wood Faucets Fame Iron Water Coolers Water Filter and everything In Glass ana Wood or Tin Wire or Caitwara tor Iho- DlolllK noon Kitchen Laundry and Ualrr 1l J r J I FOR THE BEST 44folL f1jlVIN tI1W RocEIESItw r whotwant PRESHLGOODS it 3 LOWEST PRICES ifthe f ldL9 t ICPrrOCA1E GROCER t i WITTINOS OLD STAND tClinton Street FRESH MEATS I IIlRADLEi i r Hardware Queensware IHay Oats Bran Lime and Cement ItllrIVe carry everything usually found ipa firstclass Grocery andfno i Ipainswill be spared to please our customers f Our motto is s UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Pry us Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered t l FonrFallV Whiskey hxpress prepaid I to nomarksnot 900This W Job Officerr 1 I kiWTRADE MARK dre tly VI The Patent Leather Co That Wont Break 7ir Fit and v earcomfo the story of I Monarch Pats the patent I llleather shoes that are dif j ferentLonglived shoes beII i cause theres life in the leather comfortable shoes because theyre made right Monarch Pats have cornered foot comfort Wear them and youll believe it Monarch Pats head a fam I Ply of great shoes in every leather J Look liko t5C Shoes Wo sell tho m for 350 Button Lace ISTonIor and bridge work a specialty McFALL t DIRMUKES the painless dentists f Stomach and Liver Tablets cure billiousnoss constipation I amid headache They are easy to take tad pleasant in effect for sale by Cowgill L Cowgill Hickmau and A MShaw State Lino II F Htmlry Joo W j i AT rORNRYS A LAW Will practice in all Courts especial till Co irts Hickuiun and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts offlco will remain at II Clinton and Mr llemloya in Hickman e =b l o t l Si r TOTHE PUBLIC lt 3 I am engaged in this 1 linei of business at Union City Tenn and carry at all times a large andwell as sorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit atTRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER YzP SPEClA OFFER for WOO satkfao K WEBSTER Bring Your Work to This fF- I tnds- ervicethats CguCrown CIIAMUHKLAINS jUouurtt BENNETT REMLEY of w + wr- I A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKBIAN KENTUCKY I 1 VJ tBIeksmlthlDIt Wagons Ac Uorieshoing a specialty I also keep a full Use o- Undertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid llltok befitted J able price Gin ma a call t j I ML Shop near the Jell k INew Pall Goans Y JUST ARRIVED 0 Oatmeal Kraut Rolled Oats Pickles Quaker Oats Mustard Ompo Nuts Salads Buckwheat Flour Urits HominyShredded All kind of Canned Goods 4 L R W S Ellison Telephone 30 Qnick Delivery MILK COWS FOR SALE Several good milk cows with youngjj calves for sale Jofra MATS Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter beIpublished notices not to exceed 6 lines each from farmers who are subeorib products r Poland China flogsaoldtorOow ron SALlfA good Jersey Oow with young calf Apply to N J OORUM Hickman icy For Sale rhbrso 2 years old past one mulo 1 muleApply ai ti m wYw w I ryy I f i tY i 111 N1F a w 41Y t S Y IM1 4 THE GADABOUT EVIL Dr Talmage Deplores the Prevail ing Spirit of Uarest 1 1Chrlatlar SUblllty the Source of Vie tutee a and HappImeM Vulue at a fused Spiritual Con dlllar Copyright KM by LQulaJKlopsch From an unusual text Dr JTalmage In this discourse rebukes the spirit of unrest which characterizes so raan i people and shows them the happiness and usefulnrta to be found in stubillty tutJerenitah236Ty gaddest thou about so much to change thy way r Homely Iis the illustration by which this prophet of tears cleplores the nell lation Y f the nation tq yhom he wrote low they Wanted alliance with Egypt and now with Assyria and now with llsbyloh andnow they did not know what they wanted and the behavior of the natlbi1 reminded thVpropKet paL man ot wonlan who notaatiafled with I i home life goes from place to place gad 1 about as we sayncver settled 4 4out or In iinyihIDg Ii nil he crle to them Why gaddest thou about so much to change thy way I Well the world has now as man gad 1abouta as it had in Bible times and I 1 think that that race of people Is more numerous m than Hever was Gad abouts among occupations among religious theories among churches among neighborhoods and one of the greatest wants of the church and the world is more Steadfastness and more fixedness of purpose It was no small question that Pharaoh put to Jacob nnd his sons when he acked W afTsyiirirbccii patron 1 Getting into the right occu pation not only decides your temporal welfare but may decide your eternal clesllny Tile reason co many mm and I women are dead failures Is because In stead of asking God what they ought to be or do they through some vain ambi tion or whimsicality decide what they night iobe Let me say to nil young mien and Qung women In homes or In rhDl or college do not go gadding abont among octultlons and prpfe- esionsto find what you are fitted for I Ant make humble and direct appeal to God for direction While seeking Divine guidance in your selection of a lifetime sphere examine your own temperament The phrenologist will tell you your mental rroclivititsU Thee physiologist will tell JOH your pnyslcal temperament Your enemies will tell you your weaknesses If you are as we say nervous do not OjecoTOe a surgeon If you are coward ly do not become an engineer If you = are hoping for a large and permanent Income do not seek a gpverpmental position If you are naturally quick tempered do not become a minister of the Gospel for whit anyone Ila diiad t vantaged by ungovernable dUpoiltlon there is hardly anyone who enacts such en Incongruous part as a triad minister an you make a fine sketch of a hlp- Dr Tock or house or f ceJ Be dartlstj Do you find yourself humming cadences and do the treble clef and the musical bars drop from your pen ears fly and cast jrou make a tune that r charms those who hearit Be a mush clan Are you born with a fondness for argument Be an attorney Are you naturally a good nurse and es pecially interested In the relief of pain Be a physician Are jrou inter seated 1a sl questions of traffic and In bargain making Are you apt to be cncceimful on a mal or large scale 1J a merchant rDo you prefer cpuntry life and do you like the plow and do you hear music in the rustle of a hat Test field Be a farmer Are you fond of machinery and are turning wheels to you a fascination and can you follow with absorbing interest a new kind of hourrheathe natural elements and a laboratory r could entertain you all daypsend all nlghtfbe alchemist Jf ypU sra ln- qolsltltea1OitJqI fr wqrldand fldbrIngI an astronomer If you haye nV paP faculty dots inant and not fng in your makeup DecupaUonToom get down on your knees and rev erently ask God wltst lie made you for and tell Him that you aro willing to do anything Ill wishes you to do JJefbre you jcave that room you will find out But for the sake of your usefulness nnd happiness and your temporal nnd eternal welfare do not join that crowd of people who go gadding about among business and occupations now trying this and now tryingjlhajr and peter accomplishing anything genlutIedsurgical directions but he did not like surgery and he wanted to be a preacher He could not preach 1 told him so He tried it on both sides ref the sea but he failed because he tnagniflcenprofession wartime made such wonderful achieve ment that it now heals a broken neck and by the X ray explores the tem pie of the human body as if It wer wagaddingss Do not imitate film Auk God what 6t youIIt may not be as elegant a style of work as you would prefer It may callous and begrime your hands nnd put you In suffocating atmosphere and stand you shoulder to shoulde- with the unrefined nnd may leave your overalls the opposite of aromatic but remember that if God calls you to dp one tiling you will never be Happy iin jiojnj BJtncthfng tseI All the great successes hdve been trained through opposition and struggle Charles Goodyear the Inventor whose name is now a synonym all th world over for fortune added to for tune waded many years chin des through the worlds scorn and wasI thruisf in debtors prison and came with his family to the verge of star vation but continued his experimentsI with vulcanized rubber until ho added more than can be estimated to theI worlds health and comfort as well asI to his own advantage Columbus and John Fitch and Stephenson and Rob ert Bruce nnd Cyrus W Field and 5- otheraywere 00 illustrations of what te nacity and pluck can do Hard Ioun- d1n10Id Wellington at Waterloo hard pounding gentlemen but we longestyYes myfrknds that not flight from obstacles in the way but who can pound the longest The child had Iit tight when attempt ing to carry a ton of coal a shovelful at a time from the sidewalk io the cellar and some one asked her VDa you expect to get nip that coal In wlth that little sshovel And shereplied Yes sir if I work lung enough By the help of God choose your calling and stick to it Tho gadabouts lire failures for thIs mcto say nothing of the next Tficre are ninny who exhibit thlI frailty in matters of religion They a not sure about anything that pertains to their soul or their eternal destiny low they are Unitarians and now they are Unlvcrsalists and now they are Methodists and now theyare Presby terians and now they are nothing nt all They are not quite sure that th Bible was inspired or If inspired whether the words or the Ideas were inspired or whether only part of th look was inspired They think at one time that the story in Genesis about the garden pt Eden is a history and the month after they think it is an alle gory At one time they think the book of Job describes what really occurred but the next time they speak of It they call it a drama Now they believe all the miracles but at your next interview they try to shpv how thes scenes had nothing In them supernat ural but can be accounted for by natural causes Gadding about among re ligious theories and never sntisflrd All the evidence Is put before them andl why ddihey not render a verdict If they cannot make up their mind with ail the data put before them they never will There are all the archaeo logical confirmations ot the lib brought to view by the Palestine Ex pforatlon society there are the brick- rat I Babylon the lletter MX Impressed upon them=N for Nebuchadnezzar showing thai he was not a myth andI the farther the shovel of the antiqua rian goes down the more is revealed of that most wonderful city of nil time Prof lieilprecht of the University of Pennsylvania presents us tablets found In the far east ratifying and explain ing Scriptural passages which were bro fore in mystery As the builders InI Jerusalem today dig for the founds tion of new houses they turn up with their pickuxea the ashes of the ani mals that were used for burnt offer Ingllnthe temple ages ago demonst rat lag the truth of the Bible story aboutt the sacrifices of lambs and heifers andI pigeons There Iis the history by Jo sephus described on uninspiring pageI sepses which the Bible depicts On th banks of the Dead sea there are pieceI of the very brimstone that fell In the sulphurous storm that destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah Make up your mindI whether the Bible IIs a glorious revela tion of God or the worst imposition of tt ryddingnlwnamong ingquestipna and surmising and guess ing about the authority nod value of a book which Involves the Infinities It Is either a good book or n bad book If it twa bad book you do not want It In your house nor have your children contaminated with Us teachings Ifr It Iis a good book your eternal happi ness depends upon the adoption fl its teachings Once and forever make up your mind whether it U the book of God or the book of villainous pretend ers j Lry text also addresses those who In searoh of happiness nro going hither nnd yonder looking for that which they find not Their time Iis all taken up with musicales and pro gressive euchres nail tens and eel low lunchepns andtInt homes an dances nnd operas nnd theaters and i gepale gestion and neuralgia and exhnus tlon and an abbreviated lifetime There is more splendid womanhood jj sacrificed In that way in our cities than In any other way The jud ment dayonly can reveal the awfulI holocaust of jangled nerves nnd the suicidal habits of much of our socialj life The obituary of such read well for the story is suppressed about how they got their death while standing in attire of gauze waiting for the carriage On a taw night on the front steps While in their lifetime they possessed all the ability for the relief of pain and Impoverishment yet they have no time for visitation of tb poor or to win the blessing of such as comes upon those who administer to those who are ready to perish Enough lowers in their dining hails to bewitch a prince but not one tuft of heliotrope to perfume the room of that rheumatic on the back street to ouleII be like the opening pf the front door of Heaven Find mo one man or one woman who lit all the rounds of pleasI ure 4nd selfishness has found n piece of happinessjis large us that knit dotI Inv which the benevolent and Christ like soul puts Into the palm of the hand of that mother whoso children ictorlra rfdlng in triumph through London at her jubilee was not so sublime a figure r as Queen Victoria in a hut near Balmoral castle reading the New TeaI tament to a poor dying man Let in 1 the gadabouts for happiness know flat in kindness and Tunefulness and self abnegatloa are to be found a sat thee world uggregnted cannot afford p Among the race of gadabouts ii- I s those who neglect their homes In order that they may attend to institutions that are rjfolly excellent and do not so much ode for help as demand 1It I am acquainted as you are with worn en who are members of so many boards of direction of benevolent Institutions and have to stand at a booth In so many fairs and must collect funds for so many orphanages and preside at to ninny philanthropic meetings and are expected to be In so many different places nt the same time that their chil dren are left to the care of Irrespon 1IIlblc servants and If the little onesI waited to say their prayers at their mothers knee they would never say their evening prayers at all Sac h a women makes her own home so unat tractive that the husband spends his evenings at the clubhouse or the taT eras The children of that house lire as thoroughly orphans as any of the fatherless and motherless little onesI gathered In the orphanage for which that gadabout woman is tolling so In dustriously By all means let Chris tlan women foster charitable Instltu lions and give them as much of their time as they can spare but the flu shereowes to her home But no one can take a mother- place I and It Is an awful mistake that that mother makes who sacrifices home duties for any church meeting however important or any hospital benefie cence however glorious and grand Xot understanding this we mistake hoeninny Christians there are in our churches and In the world We un dentate the facts We look over our church1t audiences on the Sabbath er our week service and conclude that they represent the amount of piety In that neighborhood Oh not There are many most consecrated souls that areI not found in churches Look into nechildren oath little or no hired help For mush of the year there Is tomet one IK and a special guardian car Is requisite How much time can tha mother give to churches and meetings when most of the family ar down with scarlet lever or have colds that threaten now ono kind of dis ease and now another That mother IhyLord IU the mother who at church missionsschool tells the waifs of the street howr gbterIs at home Is deciding the destiny of th stale bjr the way she leads that boy Into right thinking and acting and is deciding the welfare of some future home by the exsmpeshelsscttlnglhat girl and though the world does not appreciate the unobserved work hear en watches and rewards On the other head you here known women who are oil at meetings humanitarian and philanthropic planning for the death lute and the outcast whll their own children went uawaihed and unkempt their garments needing repairs their manners impudent and themselves J general nuisance to the community In which they lire eOne bad habit these gadabouts mes cullne or feminine nre sure to get nail that is of scandal distribution They loot so many deleterious things about others nail see so mrnctjn wrong behavior that they are loaded up and loaded down with the faults of others nnd they have their eyes ful l and their ears fut end their hand full anti their mouths full Of defnma tlon Tho womnn who It endowed or11al gossip can so easily untie her bonnet stringy and sit down to spend the afttt moon A man can afford you a cigar nt n retainer if you will patiently hear all he has to say about those who can not pay their debts er are about to roll or are guilty of moral mishap crI have aroused suspicion of embezzle meatX111 gadabouts are peddlers sho unpack In your presence their large store of mix vomtea and night shade Such gadabouts have little prospect of Heaven If they got they they would try to create Jealousy among the different ranks of ester tints nail make trouble among the Heavenly neighbors and start qunr prrinow up that now In the house oft many mansions and now In the choir of the temple and now on the watt and now In the gates until they would be chased down nail pushed out Into the pandemonium of backbiters and adgdressed them in the words Why gnddest thou about to much to change thy way Now what IIs the practical use of the present discourse This Where ns so many have ruined themselves and ruined others by becoming gad nbouts among occupations among re liglout theories among churches among neighborhoods therefore resolved that we will concentrate upon- e what Iis right thought and right be havlor and wRIte no time In earths tlons and Indecisions nnd uncertain ties running orient tn places whets we have no business to be Life IIs to short we have no time to play with li the spendthrift Find out whether the Bible Is true nail whether your nature is Immoral nnd whether Chrtii Is the Divine anti only Havlour nail brMscomfttedprobably seer be a more nusplcloui moment tar your becoming his nth hercnt nnd then flake this 13 oclock nt sorer of November 23 1000 the mot Illustrious minute That you will ever hero passed since the day of your birth until the ten millionth eyrie of the coming eternity because bconl4 plete surrender of thought nail win throllgtIIa new woman a new soul and God the Father nail God tho Son nnd God the Holy Ghost and all angeldom cher ublnt and seraphim and archangel be oaths your allies C t GAME OP ANTIQUITY islo Wa flared by the fulcra of Asia In the Tenth Ce lore Just when and where the first game of polo was played la not definitely known but It Is well known that In the early part of the tenth century the game was played In parts of Asia principally In Persia India and Japan in the latter country where it was undoubtedly played In tho sixth cen fury there is a tradition that the game was known to the pc plo 000 Sara before Christ Days the rider sod Driver Many old eastern writings make reference to the game under the Ier alan name of chaugan Among the early patrons of the game some of the more distinguished were HnrunAlrnschId the amir ma nd of Ghaznl tho Emperor Akbar tidlhe Shah Abbas the Persian mon arch The latter a great patron of the game evidently found It a great galloplayout emtdtavor to the chaugan ball harder ts l oftener than any of his courtiers The plains of Agrnr furnished a Emperorskbnr where three centuries ago he night hnve been seen within n quad eagle formed by howdnhed elephants sad squadrons of horsemen plnylng rUugnn with his courtiers on the present site of Tnj The sticks they- riJayMl with were topped with gold nid silver and when n stick broke the feres became the property of those iho picked them up The emperor wst tare been quite an enthusiast yon the game for it Ila recorded that trqiiently on dark nights he went t upon the plain and plnyed for burn using blazing wooden balls tat seethed and spluttered as they groundfPolo was probably first played In twelfththistorianeCorntmUll took a cropper while play matcheIn India chaugsn wn played for fps In Munnliore and the valleys nf libel before It WI taken up Ir the thiseI lace that the game derived the name f polo for It Ila probably a corral IQ1emtennnt In the English army bar gamettorn teeing It played by the Munnl tries organized a European polo kb In Cnrhar and by playIng exist Men matches soon started the game aong the young omens and mer Unts of his acquaintance It wu irgelr through the efforts of Sheer tat polo became popular In fnlautta greatleorri bat linen been justly called tIle aideri of polo The game has since spread throughout all India and Is played from the Himalaya tn Ceylon yearly attended by large and appreciative throng art strong evidence of Its popularity Nor IIs its popularity con tined to India alone for polo IIII played to day in almost every civilized COUD try In the world The way In whloh the first game ofr linglnndaof leer quartered at Atdershnt were ting In a tent nfter lunch when one o their number who had been read tin r a paper suddenly Interrupted ithfm with Listen to this boys sad then he rend aloud nn account of a Fame of polo played by the Munnt parks That mutt be n great game Mid one let us try It Suiting the salon to the word he ran out and or detect the horses to be brought while this others supplied themselves with IIIIILIptpycd in England It Oil anon eel dent that the game could not be played successfully upon tall horses tad ponies were brought tram Ireland for polo purposes Other regi ment took up the game until tourna ments became quite common Large clubs were started nt Llllle Bridge arid Ilurllnghnm and the latter place Is still the favorite resort of polo play ers in Knglnnd Uumlnfl Ilonerri The Cossacks nre the orals nnd logs of Russia while the inoujlk IIs the back bone The Cosxnoks won Siberia for Russia when they were the daring fringe of her population growl advcn turoti and warlike by their frequent conflicts with the Tartars who crowd ed llusslas borders In them Is con centrated the enterprise and aggress iveness which the moujlk lacks They cut the pnth nnd the moujiks fol lowed and the descendants of these hardy pioneers live throughout Siberln today forming a hereditary military caste So strict tire the laws of heredi ty among the Cossacks thnt it is alI most impossible for nn ofilcer who war I not irons pne to obtain a commission In n Cossack regiment Y Sun Cuba tn lie Ile urvr ril In response to th frequent appeals front navigators and captains of port and u special request of Gen Wood tin United States navy department yvtll soon commence a complete geo detlcitl survey of the Cuban coastant of the waters for n radius of several meters As an example of the uttci Unreliability of the Spanish chart the Isle ot Pines Ir seven miles out ot the course represented by it Tlure arc other errora equally hurprlslsg ant navigation near the coast is foolhardy without n competent pilot It Ill ttion ht that it will require thre years to thoroughly resurvey the Cuban const and watunChlcsge Chronicle o REVISION OF THE TARIFF Benelelarle of the Iroteellve Sro tens Are IrtllBST Anxloni for Annlhrr haul We are now hearing from certain republican organs that It is dbout time for the tariff to be revised by lit friend once more When these organs speak of the tariff they mcah the protective syt tern They are not talking about revenue They do not Line that iIn mind nt nil- Therefore when they say that the friends of the tariff should revise It they mean that the friends of the protective system should revUe It Who are the friends of that ays ttm1 Its bcnertclariedf course Its friends are those who get rich out of It They are those who sure at once licensed by tariff laws to demand far more than the competitive prices for their product nnd nnned with power to collect tire extra charge train their fellow citizens Thus It will be tern thAt what the republican organs rnferred to propose II that It shall be left to those who are practically armed with public powers for their own enrichment to say for themselves Just how far they shall be arrant with those jwwer- Ve nre told thirst ninny of the bear flctnrlr of the fystem do not need no high duties as they formerly did to shut nut foreign competitor arid g ire thrtn posvessInn of the home Held And the suggestion In that since they can hold the field with lower duties they the friend of the syatrm will voluntarily reduce them Perhaps they will limit we thank there for nothing We may lit sure i from our past experience with them that they will arrange the duties MJ an to shield theta completely against foreign competition and extort the highest possible prices We rimy de ptnd on It they wilt keep up the rates M that by combining among turns selve tn stifle oempetltlon they can extort far higher priers from their own countrymen than they find quite sntltfnetnrv when they sellieirgoads to farVlgner Those organs which tHggrst that the tariff should be revUed by Its friends are not 4a the least prompt ed by any dttlllrt to relieve the Amer lean purple from the wrongsbeing compelled by the agency of law to eontrluutv out of what Ila ju tly their to the enrlohnient of those who nre engaged In pet industries All they Intend Iis that there shall he a eduction of itch dntle sa do not produce revenue or enable any hotly to practice extortion and that on the strength of such reductions their party shall ret credit for re duchig tUfII- Jlffttofort they have not succeeded even In playing this dishonest game to any purpose The friends of the tariff mod of extortion revised It In Iftvo hurt they did not even make a preten e of relieving the people which could lm pose on any Intelligent per on As n matter of fact they Increased the protective dulle and gave us a higher protective tariff than we ever had be tore Jhr most they did wn to ills trulse very thinly the fart of the Increase by abolishing the duly on sugar which was equlvnlenl to some 74 j3rrcent and substituting nn egmiirplent bounty for the benefit of ilome ttf produrem of sugar In IHOT the friend resisted again andI again they hJpIIHIImllehu tn more proteotlon than they had ever before veitttred to take Tim we learn submit how much tire IMjople lore to expect from n revision of the tariff by ltd friend i ple visa enjoy profitable privileges do not as a rule surrender them voluntarily They never sees the time when they ran get along with any lewi privileges It would be as mtlminl to leave nil Prlmlnnl legislation to the inmates of the ponltentlnries nil to tense tariff legislation to the benefliInric of lira tection The public wouhf fare about cquolly well In either case Chlongo Chronicle Coat of the Wnr According to n Washington dls patch there is likely to be no consld ornble rediiallon of the war taxeH nt present although distinct nMiinince lo that client were given prior to the adjournment of congress In lime It KetjniK dint Mr Inync of tins slate chairman of the ways nnd meattft committee lens been conferring with the president lie will call n meeting of the republlrnn members of thnt committee on November 20 to nrrnnge n plan of action but II Is nnnnmtced thnt the reduction iIII not likely to ex reel 15000000 nnnunlly It was ex peeled thnt the war taxis would be cut In two a reduction of 00000000 n year lEvidently Senator Depcwn prohphrcy In 1ROS as to the rout of President McKlnleys rhlllpplne pol Icy was much nearer the trnth than the average campaign upecch AI tinny Argue The democrntic press of the- countrynecepts the result of the lec tlon in admirable spirit nnd in no do- Ing voices the sentiments of the them ocrats of the country There Ila no dUpwiltlon to Indulge In useless roo crimlnntloji rind reference ito made to time mistakes of the cnmpnlgn only to cmphnftlzo the necessity of avoid ing such mistakes In the future In lyilto of crushing defeat the 11elnQ rcrnta ate hopeful and determined and ate everywhere preparing to strength en their organization to the end thnt with living IRHIIC victory may be wo In 1DQ4 Mlddlctown Xrgu President e1lnloyllI gcncroun enough In his Thanksgiving procla mutton to return thanks to Divine Providence for n number of blcneiug which have been currently claimed 01 partySioux DEMOCRATIC DUTY There Should IlcaThoiaahOrjalas- atlon AKnln l Trusts and OprrlloIIr Under the llenderihlp of a rcunllctl hnd reorgHnlrcd et1fIocrllc j the ry ltnnce of the American people to tine omliiou encronchmentn ujmn pop ular rights made by the unduly pries ileged trust monopolies will be con tinued with incrrnncd vigor and n cer ala confidence of the final victory of the people over tire combines The result of the national elections of 1000 following a campaign In which all the power of trust money nnd In fluence was exerteil to overcome thit llof the people makta Inevitable thirst increased drrognnci ormmopoly- which wlllltatlC assist In the ultimata removal of the trust menace from American rommerclnl and indutrlal life Four years more of Ilnnnnlim nail McKlnteylm during which thn tri nmphnnt trusts will have full wing IIn their innljgn progress toward com plete ma tery of the people will com pet Americans to face and recognize their plain duty It will brlng about condition where it will be no longer pOMilMe to safely leave the govern ment In the hands of the panty of the rusts President MoKlntejr amt n republic nn majority In the nntlonnl congress hnvn been elrrtfd by the power of the trusts to furnish n govrrnniRDt for the trusts Mark Hanui the agent of the trusts In pubile life is In a pwitien of authoritative leadenhlp which will enable him to see thnt re publican obligations to the trusts nre muffled to the letter Beginning with till piungf of the JaI1MllneQtNl- nnlard Oilship ubt ljr bill tu lair the American M nple In the extent of tMn Oj00 for the further enrich ment nf the trust the four year refer Immediately attend nf the American people will be devoted by the rnpiih Mean attmlnht ration nf nMlOHflf affairs tn the full tmyment of IU tI hLss to tire trusts They will I years or de tolltlen of the people lust lire evil thus einphnilted should bring Ita own remedy- It remains for till democratic na tional organixflllen tn put Itself In ef fective shape for the terformnnoe of its Micrrd duty to th11t0l11 of this eotintrr Its troucrwl and nnfetl men those iniplrlnir the fnllent ponfl denceon the part of thoughtful Amer leans mut IIN plcel In control of thr party In behalf of legitimate hunt ness Interests and of the Individual monojlOlhllhprUe the trusts must be fought to A finish by American democracy And American ilemoonicy mural be no or ganised for thlll supreme duty III to make Its heal and fullest effort err tale andeReetiveSt I oula itt public rrr A v COMMENTS OF THE PRESS t The trusts will face the presi dents message without a tremor Theyve all been there before many a UmeN AT World Mr McKinley Issa n chnttee to kick out the syndicate and become +irtuldnnt of the American pcople lepipHl Cominrroinl ApKHtL If the trusts tint to get everything they want In the next taut yeas It will be only because they neglect to ask for ItSt Loins nee public There never was s more bin tntyt and preposterous humbHg titan the preon i thnt the rapnulhnn party Is ollllOrd to its Pn hideous olT trltg the tni W Rliirubns 0 IrlltlIf the supremo court decide that them flag and the cenitltMtlon must travel together MrI MoKlnloy will have to change his ollcy tqwanl Porto1 Rte a ns completely ns he changed1 his mind with reference to giving the Island free trndo Knusai City Time With Indecent haste the repub llcnii raid itHin the imbue 11111 began rlllIhnonjttt prices so ns 1o recoup from the people the contribution It made to the campaign Thrill art but start ers in tile excesses nmrVonmlnlt for which we may look Atlanta Consti tuition As tire trusts boosts prices the people begin to realize that after nil thoKo mlllloiiH collected team the trusts by Hnnna to run a McTOnleyl campaign finally come out of the pockets of the people Electing n president In this glorious land of the free anti home of the brave Is getting luxuryrolcdoi President McKlnley will have lour more years tin his high onlce eight altogether In all that tithe we ought to be able to learn whether It Iis really he who mnkiifthe crops grow pricesforenydoymertforwages or is simply lucky Cincin null Knqutrcr Mr McKlnley must have dim thoIlight of European expressions of joy over his reelection of which tho tar sign dispatches arc full In the old 011081tlOItd with him n chief argument in support of pytuueSpringfield tWo do not believe It possible for trusianSome of them are under tire exclusive control of states But congress can lay Its hand on tariffprotected mo nopolistic extortioners slid put a stop to flagrant aliases of protection It can do this without reduclngseith r wages or revenues Failure to do it dutyWashington r 4r Thu jr 1rwvp eM I i1I t y- ek L iigyTtaltNV rtf Jffif t 1 j t V t 1 p I epu COME AND GOI In mauy form- eRheumatism jj JLumbago Sciatica mate up a Urge port of humin tndcrlnr They come but they to promptly by thex tlNOtSt Jacobs Oil whichIUanrtaln sure cure y 0 + flMJ GtASas 5uUNION none 1n real Worth of VT I IfcineU WUJKI and auo shoes NItIP1xtllh uChrr 11eke 1 00 to- Oura4OlltIalTine stJII ran lint 10quIl4 atany prlrnlrrluoIKJt aUDml wemrcn I he tI nl1 ovtw- HIn pall SI 1fIe1lJ lilt SUI K we are tbe urrMt makes of tnva SV3 and aVlJVO hoM la the world W maka and Mill more S3 and B3JIO aboc than any the two Tnamtfartunpra In the U tU IEST 350 SHOE affatviii WnctM S tll IbIgblUwt4 Trw hate MtekUr1 =bllewUp11 w bet uo ta vk-nrt ere let tbru I a tty ea rot Iwbn BEST 300 SHOE THe t 11tuiuIwpU11 rekwHMtitet IMUIM b rtt W L 1Lhwi with tn4 prue tmpa batea- H s al as a rot tMw f y w1 dorl 1eWiyk Y d 10 nD re Itrlrr r1vtltb jh M Nfl ttlr t si- w rs CoIeJorw I sJaWIwat ah co lwetla MGM DrMrrt for Tony Yen need not worry about it if you lure Itumhams Hatty Jelljcwn m the cupboard Only ttemtury to di ove4n bot water and tend aaay to VOl to i ure the mOlt deli rieut jelly AUatutely pure gelatine ugar and fruit tlavor Flavors L mea ontse peaehatr5r colTte Jf Your Ir8ftr sill1 It V HOITS Thit We otter One Hundred Dollar Reward I for any cue of Catarrh that cannot be curtd by Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cheney b Co Prop Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the tat 15 year and believe him perfectly honorable In aU Sumner trams done and financially able to carry outdn obligations made by their firm Vnt 1 Trilax Yho slle Druggist To ledo 0- 11alding Kinnan t Marvin Wboletale DrupaUu Toledo O halts Catarrh Cure j a taken Internajly acting directly upon the blood and mucous turface of the ayiiem I race 75c per bot tie Sold by all Druggists TcatimonialI free Hall Family Pill arp the best Sandy a du Art Grille I Onei1aywhile llillaft was painting ht I famous picture Chill October among the reed and ruihc on the Lank of the Tay a man came up behind him and stood look urroundlnlrIUllhtAIIf pholographylatntm pause Ita a hantle great dealrluieker eaid theman Yes I suppose so Another pause thn the Scotchman added thouthtfnlly An Itlmair Pike the placeS1n Francisco Argo baut JndKlUK by Aiprnrnncc Dyer In that aolemn looking young mar- across the way an undertaker Oyer Yet that it he Ifa a grocery clerk who has unliertaken to upllort a wile on- i WeckChicagEvening I vSteal Inr Hie Iloireli No matter what ails you headache to- auto a you will never get weU until your I naturlIeasy natural tnovetnenti tot youjuit 10 tent to tart getting your health back awards Candy Cathartic the genuine put up an metal boars every tablet ha C C C stamped on it Here of imltatioui o-Ij A Mean Trick j Jlingio Yet 1 let my wife bowl all the WantJingaolthy 1 twit her about her strength and bet ah cant carry up the coal from the cellar Syracuse Herald IDO0iA booklet giving the population ofacities of the United states of 2000 an over according to the census of 1000 g been tilt pamnger d halat went of eClacabgto Milwauliie ot St Itai r and a roll of it may be obttll by ulllnr your address with t 1lHnIt- sump to pay pottage to the tiencrai1 JaM n irer Atrent of the Cl+ tes Milwaukee d St Paul Railway Chicago Ill A Proeaalunl Opinion Tint otol00lul tell me It IU ditilcul- to exaggerate the importance of hit disco Cry Second Uoelor1Ye11 it may be difficult+ but I guest hell do it Puck 1 rxrnnlun Sleeper VU MH IcTitWeekly Kxcuwton Sleepers leave St Lon laI via Katy IFlyer ttM K tT Uy every Tuc itj at 810 p m for San Antonio Lea An gtle and San Pr neisto WeeklyI Kxeuwan Sleeper leave Kanni City via the MI K k T Heverf Saturday at 005 p m for San Antonio Los ngekia and San PraneiMe Even the Umid engineer whltlet at dan gerV Y 1ret 6 I AilOadI T Tradet i Mark4 r 1IIJ t And Its Origin Q QTheI above ulncular roroblnatlon Ita the tnile roark adopt 1 by tho Paris Medicine Company of BtIouln sod IsI U tlln their adrertlwiiicnt of OroTo TaiteleH Chill Tonic e To the many people who may be luter itod to blow tbe origin of this odd trademark the I following IlIf rmatlon II ylren I In the sprlnc of Sari the little two yearold son of Mr K w Grove wu taker Quite sick with malaria Mr Drove koowlng the virtue of hll own medicine commenced clyinr him Ororoi Tasteless Chill Tonlo 11o had taken thb prescription only a few day until quite ia farorable thanto wee noted In fact ho grow so rosy healthy and plump that Mrs Grove In describing his condition to her husband remarked Groves Tonlo makes our baby ai fat aapig Thiled irOrovetothinking that the exprenlon III tat as pigs used In eon lied Ion with babies WM a very common one and ucccted to him the Idea of combining a childs race with a pigs Lady with wordings above Ororea Tonlo make children aa lat M rip It III all attractive trademark and the remedy U represent OroTei Tonic I regarded by the public as being the very best prescription for Malaria Chills and Foyer The record of the Part Medicine Company shows that Nine Thousand grossNinly- loadof rUe i Grove Tonlo bxe ben sold this year from Jan lit 3D O and a orders are truly a good Index of a medicines worth DO one can doubt th virtue of Orovei Tonic DrngglaU all tell Groves Tonlo on a no cure no pay basis for fifty cent a bottle I I I 1 I IU I i I a i Cigar Dealers Like to have their regular customers smoke Old Virginia Cheroots1 because they know that once a man = starts smoking them he isufixed = and that he will have no more trouble = with him trying to satisfy hun with = different kinds of Five Cent cigars = M Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this S you Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5cents t i I ltII It IBi1 r- I I j CAUSE OFi THE PIP i t 4 A Youns Woman gjodemt Dlsubv the Source of the IJe lruclT Chicken iJUease tbatY1 chicken mining who wont to go Into It the latter forming decidedly the Ilarger class will be proud of one of their sex who line made a discovery which provei Invaluable to poultry growers Worn en have always had a liking for this Industry but have bern discouraged from entering It on accotlnt of Its many stumbling block on the road to success One of the most Impassable ltlchsevery year destroys fiftly half the young chickens No matter bow well they may be cured for or how thrifty the stock may appear the plea will appear among theta and in less than a week thousands of them will be dead Any remedy so far tried has proved unsuccessful because it hu never been known what the exact u ture of the disease U- Minn Grace M Norris a stndentjit recenl11Imade the discovery that the plus II caused by a worm which lodges In the thrpnt of the unlmal choking HI toys the Chicago Chronicle The worm Is nbout half an Inch long II the found Iit nnd fattens Itself to the mucous membrane of the chickens trachea where it grows until it bas reached maturity when it emerge from the mouth or nostrils of the towel and falling to the ground there deposits Ito ore and dies A group of these parasites lodged In the throat will soon fill up the nit pnusage when the chicken will open Its mouth to pant and finally unable to breathe will dip It Is from the ova deposit IIpreniIJtThe scratching up set these eggs in motion and they are breathed Into the trachea where they spreadpI theMrlldnce slotted it III almost impossible to check and In nine cases out of en will kill the fowl The only prevent ive Is to cheese the chickens from ant yard to another thus giving time or the purification of the soil If w 11 becoyce In talking of her discovery Hiss JC IP rte recently mild I have always loved animals and that isI probably the r a ywn why I Investigated this dlseak visited last spring during my rata lion at a farm near Hlchfleld Springs where a great number of raised I noticed that many oftde young chickens and turkeys were aLl whlObcauledand suddenly when they were apnau fIeraI 1 unaudceuful nothlncibatUpdlleallgaping was caused by the presence e a parasite in the trachea Ills a brig pink color aiitl about half nn Inc long and twisted In shape Near bn end it linn a long appendage whirl gives it it forked appearance like thj letter Y This appendage fastens HM firmly to the mucous membrane ofthl trachea forming in masses which clot the nlr passage and vnupe death The worm in pointed at one end where the mouth U located I hat named the parasite the hahiti trachenn There were an average of 20 parasites In every fowl I examined The only effective treatment I lair found I1 to keep the fowls on fretl soil where there are no eggs to be In haled Authorities have never agree as to the cniue of the license and fof this reason no effective remedy has oPJlnrotUfhnsThe wire IIs run down the trachea M4 in nearly every case the fowl flies ni- n result of the remedy An old treat ment was to cut off the end of the tongue which naturally appears to be diseased showing dry nnd svollen and covered with scales Anyone can see how cruel and nt the same time how harmful this remedy would be Mss Norris I IIt student of medicine in her second year at the Syracuse college and has distinguished herself analyticaldissectiondissectionflltirrln a Lend of Chnretira The three great luxuries In Siberia ore churches theaters and museums ulunll1lJewhite walls and the towering dome shaped cupolas of their churches These are nil amply supplied with bells whpe rich tones roll In majestic har- mon over distant chill and Vale nnd break the monotony of the peasants dally toll Inside these churches are pnlntlngsnndthey genulntIlitertBtN Y TimeD The linrUia Shadow The earth has n shadow but few ever observe Uo noknowledgeat Some of us have seen on beau tlful summer evenings Just before sunset a roseate arc on tho horlion opposite the sun with n bluish gray segment underft This IK the shadow of the earth The same shadow Iis always observable on the occasion of an TlmealIernldWho Difference FrlcnA Does your town boast of a football team bonstofoDe I UOWN Y World a 1 4 SETTLE ODD BET IN GOTHAM two Ilnrnrdcd Youths with Wheelbarrow startle Ilroad vr ayt tenderloin as as the blocks near Fortysecond street so the other night Broadway smiled 1 understanding1yharrow appeared in the middle of the longduckpanaina straw hats One rode and the other wheeled him He who role had at tached to his person a sign which he explained he wore merely for protec tion It read I voted for McKInley Dont shoot The loser wore across his back I am a Bryan fool Hit me The advice was taken bq crowd of newsboys The winner of the bet was Rufus It Xasear a member of the Seventh regiment He who walked was Steve Floytlan advertising man The start was made from the Girard hotel ih Fortyfourth street The party went down Broadway to the llosbmore and then bock again In accordance with the odds of the bet three to onethe winner wheeled the loser one block out of three A feature of the parade woe the liberal use of eggs in the hands of tem porarily hostile friend I OPPOSE CHANGE not Owner Wrouuhl Up Over lUll Brntloii nf TnUJiiK Yacht Itace to Newport Cuure The Xew York Tugboat Owners as sociation is hotly opposed to changing the course of the cup race next Aug eat front Sandy Hook to Newport The tugboat men say that the change would mean a lola of more than 3000000 There Is jut as much wind off Sand Hook as there is oft Newport said Secretory Edward M Tltnmins of the Mutual company The changing ol the course lust for the benefit of n few I yacht own would mean the loss ol millions to the business of this port Two million willI dot cover the amount spent during D International yacht rare for hotel ftpcommpdations coal oommUslon steamboats txsifbonts wn ter iirovislons dry docks sails sup plies and gear Sir Thomas Upton spent 370000 in the first four weeks he was here in 1S09 HOLMES TEXASCASTLE SOLD The Counterpart of the Famous Chicago Moue Change llantti A deed conveying the famous Holme cattle property at Third and Husk streets Fort Worth Tex was among thohe filed lately It was made by the Land lortfago bankof Teaxs to the Tradera Investment company the con iftdrration received bring 2100qwith a stipulation that JI50Q worth of im provements shall be made within a yvarT It is said that Holmes whoM execution for the murder of 1ietzel occurred at Philadelphia several years ago erected a building in Chicago the exact counterpart of this The castle was constructed on lots belonging to Minnie William aid her sister nod the deed Just recorded is the finale of six years litigation between the contractors who erected the structure the local creditors of Holmes and heirs of the Williams estate A Iuiilrr One trouble with u Kentucky mnn who swore he was telling the truth says the Chicago TimesHerald In the first place Is that It U pretty hurd to tell whether he IIs lying or telling the Jtth when he swears that he lied whep he swore that he wasnt 1 lying t TilE 3IA11KKTS Citdunntl Nov 24 CATTLK Common 2 25 C21 15 Extrn butchers 4 30 t I 05 CAiVESFxtrta 0 50 HOGS Choice packers 4 671i 4 85 Mixed packers 4 75 i 4 85 SHEIJPKxtra 3 35 i 3 5- 0LAMHSExtra 410 4 65 FLOUll Spring Pit 3 00 CD 4 3- 01PIIhATNo 2 red Ctr 765- 4CORNNo 2 mtcid il 37y- OATSXo 2 mixed il 23V4 ItY1u2 fn 2- IIAYblest timothy 14 25 IO1tKFnndlya12 75 IAHI Steam 1 7 00 DUTTEIlCh dairy Cu 15 Choice creamery f 28 AlPLKHCli to fancy 2 25 tit 2 75 1OTATOKS Per brl 1 40 tt 1 50 TOHACCO New 5 25 t C 00 Oil 12 00 ii3 75 Chicago FlOUn Win patent 3 70 a 3 90 WI FATNo2red 72 74 No 3 spring COVsJ 72 COHX No 2 t 43 r i 441V4 OArSNo 2 22 4 RYE in 4- 51OItKMess 10 871h tilt 00 JiAUDStram 7 J5 tI 7 17V4 Neil Vork- FLOUU Win patent 3 CO ITI 0- 0WIIIFAT1o s red n 7sy COHXtVo 2 mixed L all OATS No 2 mixed i 20 4- RYJ3 fW U- IOllK II II Knmily 1550 +111 00- 1AI1DSteam t t 7 05 Ij lInlllnwre- ilIIEATNO 2 reek 71i 71 Southern OS jj 72 PUN Xo 2 mixed 43 ft 431i 1 tTSNo 2 nixed 251h i tirt C VTTLK Ilutchers 5 00 ft 25 Ifops Western II 5 30tb 5 40 Iionlavlllr F OURWin patent 4 25 4 70 1 HJATNo a red ft 75 CmXMlxeil 2Y 0 iTS =Mlxetl SS5 IIr 1tKMess 12 00 I UlStca In j 00 f X Imlliinnpolli UlIEATrXo 2 7214 COItXSN6 3 redBB Iii 2JYapI t t A NARROW ESCAPE A IU a U to wA QATOMANJt eoeII tH I MRS F J LY1C1h OKAKI R1FJlfSlJiICllt taM i X Mrs F J Lynch 324 South Division street QtahdtBipWa1Mlebiwrltest The 1eruna Medicine Company Columbus Ohio f Gentlemen oarttietly reeommonit Parana to any II Ins woiimm as It curaa aiekiyt Iliadi most panlatanicough whlo tattling seemNr1fo euro Two bottles of Parana did more for nrefbaa aft ihia doota m seemed to da In m couple ct weeks I found myself In excallmitt hoattMtf and have baan enjoying It ever mlnea llenea I look OH Partat ma m tram Tnand to womenMRS T J LYNCH r IChronic Coughs and Colds Are i I CatarrhalhII Diseases i I Catarrh is the Cph in ual Scourge of Christendom Catarrh Hoera onilnouilr over every city and nettles treachercuily lmv ry hair0 let1t flies with vampire vinga from rou try to country and caIii a black shadow ofdespair QVf c An landp Itl healthy a preach itJingerinfta makes i adrea d to the physician and a pen to thepatient totbrwheexs breathing laugh of croup Of childJiood line the song of the blushinp maiden to the hollow cough of opnuumption In its withering moltheLecOedbecomes of andspectrwif e and gaunt t turntittheo Cough takes the place Of conversation or r ui L e Two Electric Lights Elevator HO sop M raa Al- lsbovSett 1 with a t AId N sank fronTiiMIi it d r speech way to spitting he ti of chronic catarrh lire kiss of fondest lo+trt anil thlckeiied meretiimpair cle 1 taste Like ice ea cry distress hu tone out from house anJth to Citirrh fti home catarrh its 4o alt in the tli8hteor cold and CepdiU in disease n3 No tlktiiE or of She body escaped ita raraqej muscles wither shatter and lecreJL pna ryr up its presence So stubborn and i i vIlnBledtotion of the greatest in all ages multitude of who line bun of in praise of tiiis remedy the of the care rf catarrh a practical certainty is not the testimony of the people but medico men drlair It to be true t in thl gq of wbrJd is s without Ieruna it can l 4 ols anywhere directions for vie A complete for the preyentjpnacd cure of Catarrh alt disease of winter Sent frt c by The Penina Medicine Co lutnbuj IHPillSf1kD s n Route kTexi s 111 In going to Texas Cotton I only 50 cents extra your irom a chicken or a steak to a as long lS you please to II it willonly have to J13y for what you order I The Cotton Deft offun and mate 1 iti chant of n ferrr al trainsareegntppedwatheomtorlable Ctri alto Parlor Cat Can t day and oebesandrreeneeltnte rnllmaa atnlcht toII r t 11aodwwtlllellYouwhatyour Write and tell whereyoa Uebt its will eostandwhattralr sod when you will IH latirtttlnc tamtlb little bed Um all4 A seed joa flUL DPJ ICIIfJJ rlU LCtW1tRLIallrTue BolSmQ T tl tttlknysTsa- I W LaBEAUME Q P T AStLoafe M- eD RI K H I B r1EtcOtinoi Cures relcpte from other trtatmrnt endorwd bv firms of National Reputation for cpnviucing evidence THEPAQUINIMMUNElO1ept2ttitrRnhMet COLUMBIAN HOTEL Longworth From 200 Rooms t 2SC and MagazinesFREEE E Men Only FOR OKLAHOMA Vraf7uailoD1SubsnlbersreIretrIllalltatrdbecken-Ok Maswaltl PVIIIUtrOItociivsal 1101 Dickv aokuAllPxaaY oT Top Snap- Couplet Double ludr 8lIt 1m PILES FISH TACKLE mil11 tl4LWLIIs4 aHENT 0- 0CIIIUIUATL AIKESISstint 10a1T1Vb- L7 PILE ft XAAl1N adarcis Trib one buUding NeoArs gives repuli poison bedim hcriogiAad pYagoeatrieken Egyptian every mildewjbwoeielijj frerj tetra stage lurks asaaenesay finis eaita heart cbnxunipiion faallio6 organ nervy under blighting dUB mind AItsthetfdreLttllwiorillerlhatFthefiit- q ptope chtohila3tarrhrbtYettsalarAsbllaviaY- p their That discovery Ptih Hde only many 1dtagsloree the incomplete twined with guide end COI Ohio via Memphis andthe dayI2SIdayYou youwantyou want spring porterhouse sandwich take eat you youtb qolclnt thortMt without rotor booklet Tiip0 Tgiu1 1UIho LWiISTlAIdrfkTns- L urnT RLthdadlObk end I N ABIIbuilnesa Atrtatmettakenatbomebywpatitot Whiskey Elm and StS lllocks Fountalubquar- eCinCinnatit0f For laboms POWELL 11etsarq CVKE sight letroy cough work erred and Blooper PILES1111tatnors THe91eetGp fallan abortsthe Itek sa I sr Ins at once sett aa av p aIIlJllnIloU re y Her Preaarwl ottheptltatiforruco t- aodltehlWt para 4tdrH lMomall on receipt of price So cents and MI WILLIAMS Mra CUI op4CiKVia mOl I ItunERs I or TIIis PACER f IOBUY UCYTJIINOI ffDEStlUNtJ W UWN ITS CUIVMN0 1IAY1K- UwUATiuer JSK FOR hRkUaiVo I ALL sunsrtTUTka OR IMITATIONS M I a I ee fiW t- I +a I To SelfSupporting Women Without IDterferllC wUl your rtanlar duties yoa can make mane bjr apoaaa p oar ofJSr of V 1 74IFOR MOlIKCHIIriOXH Bend for full pu tlfulars yilKHELIKKAXOK 7 t l y 1 IIIh1en4rek y SCOnnJf g1Tes DROPSYmlok r llandcnrcs vena tuds1btredllbaearee i PISO 5 jj 3 ttauaaro CONSUMPTION 1 AM KR 184tIVUKS WHITING TV ADVERTIsR plrnie state that you saw tao Ldvr1swcut vuperf 1 y tit e t a t I B iUiig f Material tI ti ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM BEN j Door and Windows Shingles o Limo and Cement Builders Hajflw8e Patnta OUi etc l ESTIK11ESItCIIEER1ULLY a f t 7DRNISUED FEED STUFFS Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc vi L PWSEiUsont Y-t poesnmAnic icCalt Talk about yo partridges Call em quaU on tout turkeyAn UJwidposeumWid Burrell Faulkner TRACIIERK XUHT WAI I I Fer the Wmyment ef the1 Ifsfvemfcer Dratl The following explanatory letter has auperinteV On aocotiBtof the payment of defll cit due city schools do Ian year and the additional fact that the sheriffs of the various counties have been Very slow i uettllngwlththe Auditor payment of delayedII I cannot now state when it will be paid but it will he gent M soon at poe is alble RRrcting that this state ofaffairs ell Ut and assuring you that it la anaroid able under the elreekasgnbee I am Very reipectfallytheeNXZ Snpt Pvblio laatructioa 1 JIZILnrDii1l1 IRIke HHlllerJJJx Cents t Per fetfy v William Holley fifty years of age bachelor of this city has demonstrated that a man tall live and thrive on elr j cents a day For the last four months netBolleywho1oWn cooking has spent lust W85 for food He Hjfl tics fcaa gained wblgk Tide fa his bill of fare For breakfast r coffee meat bread and sugar dinner npperj Each week Holley lays in a supply of food which he makes do for the entire week This supply consists of the fol CentBread16SugarMeat I U 5Vpurchasetaw a head of cabbage five cents worth of tatoes or one or two tomatoes wile could be purchased for a cent apiece and on this allotment of food he eats three mesh a day for seven days a week 1 when he replenishes his supply Brazil Ind telegram tq the Chicago Recordwo THE IBL R 1IICK8 1901 ALMANAC 1 oaWhatevertide causes upon which the Rev Irl R hicks bases his yearly forecast of storm and weather it la ththatevery gre w ltormiloodcold wave and drouth have been printed In his now famous Almanac for Tiny years The latest to startling proof pf this fact was the de struclion of Galveston Tex on the yeryIm i liviAlmanac as one of disaster Tiy storni to along the gulf coasts The 1901 Almanac by tar the finest most complete and t readyTa ua dred pages splendidly illustrated with charts and half tone engravings goes as- a premium to every subscriber who pays a one dollar a year for Prof Hicks journal WORD AND WORKS The Almanac alone Is sidorftCompany uMbA is CoCholeralie find it to be a great medicine says I i E S Phtppe of Poteau Ask It ourII apeaktoowins the good opinion if not prates of those who ase it The quick oars it feat erenta the most severe cases m tt a favorite everywhere For sale by AIMIM I r It tI 1 1 n 1c c IRITEGRAPiIl7 VJWJ nrlJltKtFOK NEW WAIlNHIlgi All tlie AuthorlflrM ot the Wavy Want Fighting Force Increased WASHINGTON Nov 23Rcar Ad mlral Hlchborn tens recommended the construction of two protected cruiserS of powerful armament and of such ex traordinary speed that they will be to overhaul the swiftest ocean ales en He suggests that the main battery onshouldteen Girich gnnd These guns will course be of the new typo which is now being tested Admiral Hichborn vdrbes Secretary FRiona cUM two armored cruisers of theI ifornia close and twelve gunboats oft GOO tons displacement lie confinesI his recommendations to fighting vea eels and pays no attention to such typesI transports hospital ships etc In view of the value that Secretary Long places on the judgment of Admiral Hichborn can be assume that the two protected cruisers scheme will posyTi bilfty that Secretary Long will make additional recommendations which will increase the limited building programo which he is credited with having agreed j upon A RIVER EPISODE 1 I The following interesting story of steamboat life as it is today is take fleasntrates t degeneracy of the moiler- etaboutroll as compared with those of theJ ante bellum days when steamboat was steamboatln the good steamer Rees Lee south board and loaded to the gunwal speat the whole of Friday night wi her nose tied to the wharl at the foot of Pine street when she should been churning tho placid bosom of Miasissippi on Her way to Memphis A loge and important part of her tkenlihtcrutsIDgLouie aad doing their level beet to con sumetbe local stock of fighting whisks Second street gin Those who did ezpecto rherboutlaceanlonesomelooking proceedWhen sho Is well under way and the recreant members of the crew have bocgun to find their toot Capt Shep Light will make a few pointed remarks ththe118extwedonttheOaptaln I be delay We got in late and had inWegoseNothing of that kindonThen the Captain turned over in1 his bunk lid went back to sleep uponUd lanterns was First Mate Smith His Oaptamsj muaimprecations on roustabouts in general and his crew in particular He was mad and made effort to conceal4 lahtemper d Oh well have plenty of em about daylight he sold to the reporter Theyll be swarmsdg in like bees and telling all sorts of stories about ho they happened to bo detained and ti rst of it is that well have to take most of em back Things like this didnt happen when plddaysi Then we could pick up a hundred landingbutt cities j and if wo start without them ere is all sorts of trouble The lrelg to be handled and it wont hand itself so there you are The rascals know we wont go off and leave em so when they get ready frolic were got to let em frolic I Ret so mad every now and then I swear i going to galt the blamed river and e with white folks but somehow or I never seem to find a good time quit EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION The Kentucky Educational Asaocia tics will hold ltd next meeting in the city of Louisville flee 26 27 and 28 1900 The K E A represents all the educational forces of tho State and ould have the cooperation of tbo friends of education everywhere 1t a great living moving strong program for the next meetin being prepared the leading school- men and women of the State will bean uhtr made later Please announce the meeting at odu cational gatherings and elsewhere and toekegather for the good of the youth lofI BeetuckyJ M N DowNKS Pr I4 nkjj l J ai e CONSCIENCE HURT HirVI FRANKFORT Ity1tv 83 Rnpcr luteudcnt off Iublio Infltructiou Me Chesuoy toiliy received 9301141 wffr science inoiiiv from a rum now loco d- at Nftshvlllo Tcun Tho money returned through Miss Katie McDan lots County Superintendent of Chris flan County momQuoy tli tian County ten yours ago Ho taught n certificate for two terms to which ofho was not legally entitled and turns the money over to the State to satisfy his conscience +IGHT CAUSES CHILDS OEA lilRMINQHAM Ala Nov 2tL hie Gilbert the year old daughter Wesley Gilbert was frightened death today by n clog chasing a rabbit into her fathers yard The rabbit ran immediately in front of the child close ly punned by the dog which struck the already frightened child as It passed barking furiously Tho child tell into convulsions and the father washed into the yard and carried tho child to Its mother who tried a buth to its mother who tried a bath to sooth it Several spasmsj followed one another and the child finally died In agony as the direct result of the fright it had sustained GOT WHAT HE WANTED I In the canfa grout roar bcvnnso Southting out sweet potato sUps ho tall a deep sleep when olio of his front ribs was extracted and a woman was created therefrom with instruction to taVo prothmans with mustang liniment patched hli fly leaf trousers and coppered his small Chu be sleepInsnored snored she arose prepared tho tooyteak1 fast is ready toMan was so surprised that hi gave a great big jump and felt entirely through his Georgia bedstead lie SAW that it was not Indianst j found out what women cold do in way of cooking he straightway made a proposition to give her u quit deed to halt the earth if she would become partner in tho business The proposition was accepted and if ever had any trouble it never ca1UOII in the divorce courts A HARD WINTER COMING explalnledington Star reporter point to a eryz severe winter though it may be a short e Tho squirrels have already be gun laying away their winter store pf pj rats though in tho country Washington tho nuts have not begun tocJj fall to any great eXtent Tho crop off p acorns hickory and chestnuts is nuI p usually largo this fall tcotno trees that J have como under my observation bear g at least double the quantity I last year This is a very reliable ra sign of a severe winter f j Another sign Ifl tho crop of porsiin I heavye The not I done much to ripen the perxlmm I Myobservation1 signs are entitled to some depend cues tnonghof course they are not nlzed as infallible by the o my own mind on tho bearing the 1 IlJlollowfullsloe while it prevails Tho animate arc preparing for a oold tobellovo Used to Worry J Uo Book Stun Splendid Selection of I NEW j BOOKSSTATIONERY NOTIONS s ditBOO our Stook Every Ling up to date MARY BEHENDES Co HE STEVEST B Mvery and Feed Mtable THAhitonStreet went of Hioknmn Wag BuggiesJonoflllu given Your patronage solicit tod IIJIIIMIJNIIII 01110 RAIIJiOAD TilE POPULAR LINE FOR IL Loul Chlc oSi 1lulOmah Kin M City Detroit Toledo sad all polnti fate Ent anti West Cairo New Or tee Mobile IJIrmlnKljam Naah I litt ChklUnoogt Monlyoroery Tbomn ills Atlanta Augusta Cliarlriton lia nosh Jaleoprlhe 71mpa Port Tea t tellerintoi o men Porter in atlendaoce charged sh the coaforl of tile pMieoxtr AU istibuled Palace Hleeplnc Can alto Jimpti entry Tbtmaivilh and Jackioatiltij Jb t1LAIRnRoTruII11t IajiieaKir Agent yetJackson Tess I Illinois Central RR THROUGH Sleeping Car Service FROM CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO frJJ ri n C JirkJ Through alerpintt cur roHCrvntioai can w lH secured from Cincinnati and Ujuisville via LJl0 Illinois Central to Hot Shrinks via Memphis on Itn fcnr Orleans limited leaving Cincinnati dolly at 000 m LouurHl at 040 p m reaching Itaretrio Pullman sleeping car and frco MCIDfIts to Hot Springs Through reservations Cincinnati and berClnLp dally arriving at Hot SpringH 0J 5 tho next morning Sleeping car service LouisIMemphis Slccpinic car stem phis to Hot Springs Dining car nor Ice tin route lulonothoYcan agents hob CuiUrul and connecting llnw AenqouontoSUBSCRIBE FOR The HickmaiL Courier Mrl Jorgenhausser ti f HcuatiHc his advertJcsements in tho local papers didnt semi to attract aitcnfion didnt draw a crowd to his store foal help him to sell goods WORRYgWhy JJeeausi ho haw found that lie can get fifty first rate ads chuck full of suggestions the bast that are np pouring in his line in nowspaj ss the country over for a dollar and that with their help it is mere play to art range ads which fillthe hill tau T You can do the j name A lllillfsSend n dollar to i AD Stl PLY BUREAUS 8 Devonshire 8llvRoom 24i BOSTON MASS I f i f et iP1AN BArtKo- HICSIJtN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid inLI =50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits v I 20000 LibcrelTcrmtrActsresp a Tho Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Mosler Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars 0nCAlhlrOAfCash HIOKMAN WAGON Oe MANUrAVrUHKBN ufr THE CBLBBKATMH IHtO KAN1 WAaOmSHIOKMAN KEN uOXY U1A f ajsslle looking P4angea- The Best n the World I Yen HIIIIH flake a MlNtakc i Buyiug One of these Ranges J Ono of Its Htrongent 1olntn In Ita ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I Bakes MlnoteBuyingCall and JKxamliic Tliriti Yeull liny HO Ofh r 2 a 2aaVA2On r H1CK IAN MARBLE WORKS i I I I I iNTA71L1kt11L1 It4S6 TOM DILLON Sr Propr t SltCMMf I n C asrsg des4 Marble and Granite Monuments OUEEJNGSTONH WORK of all Kind IRON FBNOINQ Ae Ao Hiokman may I ArtlVtcry Alomlan Art 1 lecauu Andiron AUraciortj Axle fire aM AM cAppl term llibbttl Heal uuuer Mde Mettles nque nzutea lUth Tube lInN sadJIoIUII Clork BicebraeIulalo Iulaloesd Dar larddome MM OoffN bets Call Belli cow 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