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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 7 ir I t K 1FHE HICKM fL COURIER i N- f 1 OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN r TTERN KENT UCgYsESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY Y1 OCTOBER 18 19O1 VOL XXXVI N047i 1 rFALL 190tFALL1901 i SHAWS i i ALWAYS t I i IIN TH t i LEAD I 1 I t I I I 1 I I Never before in the history of our Merchandising I haveour Departments been so thoroughly upto I date and splendidly stocked for an agressive and v t lfl 1 i enthusiastic Autumn tradewith correct creation I portraying all the dash and brilliancy of the choic est American and foreign productions I I JINEWT FROM US ITS GIVEN UP TO BE THE V MOST POPULAR ON THE MARKET 4 J Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is com plete in every detail consisting of all the new weaves and shades and at prices that cannot be duplicated We are offering everything that is to be found in a well regulated Dry Goods Store We cordially invite you to inspect our lines before making your Fall purchases MOSBAWS SONS tt- o I b HICKMAN KENTUCKY J rv II I f I OUR GUESTS f tfOUR VISITORS 1 I11 1 I IDOTHER NEWS ITEMS I i nJSly apid now is making up mismer time vacation spentInrecreationHe longWhifittingI3efton striugAuIIPiUsbnrg Telegraph len shoppia willMrs1 ceningtcentsGoiuRgoing John oWoaldr INewldeR Patterns lOc at ISIlAWS UnionCitycitythisMr Wm Ferguson a prosperous farm ar Of near Woodland Mills was iin Hick n n Tuesday f Ne J atJ W8 Copt nevi Bates one of our best cit izens lbus been seriously ill for some hoisoneIagaininJudge Joshua Naylor independent beenIweekI Tine enjoyment for thoso who en joy the races Remember that the Columbus races occur the 26th and 26th Every preparation for enjoyment West Hickman with two new fact flouringIgo dwellinghouses Lat st Styles in Hats and pricesspa uM n Thursnay evening wIth Mrs Rosa Adaras at Mrs Fowlkes A full at tendanco is desired as this is the last meeting with Mrs Adams botoro her depaituo for her Missionary work in CubaThe central office of the New Madrid County Telephone Company is bein moved into two rooms in tho Newso givenbysatisfaction and the lino is in fine Shane Mew Madrid Missourian IWe have received from the Groom Music Company Stenway Hall Chi cago several professional copies of thei late music This company is putting out some good pieces both vocal andl instrumental and will gladly examine authors manuscripts with a view to their publication It sets song words and poems to music on a basis that paysI a good nrofit to tho author LOSTOn Clinton Street Ilickman steel frame pebble glasses Mns M E ROSE Elder Hardeman will preach at Mt Heruion next Sunday morning and night also on each 3rd Sunday during the first half of next year The con gregation deem themselves fortunate in securing Elder Freed to hold their pro tracted meeting to begin on 3rd Sun day in July Everybody cordially in vitedWe are agents for tho best Laundry in Western Kentucky Wiil save you 25 per cent on Collars and Cuffs Shoe Store RICE S NAYLOR Union City Tenn and Fulton Ky are both bidding strong for the railroad from Tiptonville Fulton is getting up money for a bonus fast and Union City raised 25000 in as many minutes The building of this road will almost necessitate a junction with some other road on this side of the river Why not build one from Carnthersville The two towns are almost opposite each other and only about a dozen miles apart on a line This line of railroad would benefit not only two towns but two states as well The advantages are many and readily apparent Talk it up Caruthersville Democrat rfew Idea Patterns lOo atSIIAWS When Senator Mason of Illinois called upon President Roosevelt to urge the appointment of one of his constitu cuts to a certain office ho sought to strengthen his plea with the statement that this man was supported by the Illinois organization To this the President replied I wish to say Senator that I want to stand well with the organization and all that but I wish it to be distinctly understood that I will appoint no man to office no matter if ho is recommended by the organization unless he is em inently qualified for the position which he seeks and is a man of integrity Tinner Here Mr O E Smith the tinner thor oughly competent and skilled is now withR B Brevard Roofing and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a calL f R B BuvuUt r- a fls r 1t 1 1Iam now ready to show you the new 1 Iseasonstyles in the nicest of 1i Iji New Goods Dress Goods t rjdTrimmings r 1 c In all the host styles k IdIdShoes with swellost style Shoeswith the lines and softest finish h flr2 our Infants soft soles in all col j r 01sJl Furnishingsb1 Do not fail to call and see me Iril + IjlIjlL1 BUCHANAN D SI1YlIIONSCORNER 1 I I 1 1 v v yc Vr THE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If you road it all the year round you are posted on all tho important and inter esting affairs of tho world It is tho best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing traits of tho newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of tho family Subscription price SI a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo KENTUCKIANS TRADE WIVES riig f 1rol Greeuup Ky Oct 13A case that probably without a parallel in tho conn try took place just on the lines of Car ter and Greenup counties In two little hamlets have lived for years tho ingandmEdith Liles and George Danner and thesedcouples lived as man and wife and ap parently happy But somehow Cupid m a fit of mischievousness proceeded to work confusion It soon became apparent that Danner had lost his heart Danrner had also changed affections As soon as it became apparent to all they took a business view of the case Mu tual divorces and remarriages were pro proposed and carried out In effect tho two men traded wives Tins took place several years ago A few years ago old affections were revived and Cu pid reversed the spell The men wanted to trade back and the women were willimr And again there were divoro es and the parties again free In a short space of ttmo two weddings fol lowed and it is again Mrs Edith Liles and Mrs Lizzie Danner Liles is 80 years of ago and Danuer 7C Both cou ples hove grand children by their first marriage HOUSE FOU RENT 1 Dwelling House 7 rooms Moulton St Old Hickman W A D ODDS GEMS OF THOUGHT All delays are dangerous Dryden ilo was a bold man that first eat an t oysterSwift tTo bo idle is tho ultimate purposo of the busyDr Johnson Past and to come best things present worstShakespeare He only is well made man who has a goood determinationEnrcrsonsOur deeds determine us as much as ewe determine our deeds George El liot Theres nothing certain in a mans life k but this that he must lose itOwenti Meredith = O what a tangled web wo weave y When first we practice to derivelScott ti Tho laws of conscience which wo pro proceed i goin rmlA otnenBacon k Ho who is false to present duty breaks a thread in tho loom and will find tho flaw when he may have forgotten tho cause Henry Ward Bceche- rDAMAGfsjROM LEVEE The else of tho levee district of Miss issippi County vs the Cotton Belt and Iron Mountain Railroad on trial in the circuit court this week was in the na ture of condemnation proceedings The levee board sought a right of way at Birds Point to build a loybo across the yards of the Cotton Belt and Iron Mountain Railroads Tho Cotton Belt claimed they would be damaged 3611 000 the jury gave them 8103273 Iron Mountain claimed thoy would be damaged about 39009 tho jury awarded them 17500 UVedericktown Demo cratNewsConceding that tho Harris levee can be built across tho head of Reelfoot l Lake as is now talked of a similar condition of damages would result and ko would ho enjoined from building same and the Courts would sustain tho in junction as in tho above case It would bankrupt Lake County to pay the dam = ages FOR SALEA cow with young calf apply to J P THOMASCayce y 4 4SUAWA Ly 4 4 IHas all Kinds oft 1 7 I It 4 4 Itc 4 1 G 0 I1II E 4 p ii 11TT 1 T ih i i aiaq I i n iA- r fr4 4 r s1 E A 14rr 4 WELL HELPi J t iS i youj aiTo defy Jack Frost this winter at very moderate cost if you will y give us a chance We have in store a good assortment DRY GOODS CLOTHING AN 1 SHOES DRESS GOODS SILKS TRIMMINGS AND iJACKETIING SKIRTS 750fBLANKETS 50c to iiOUTINGii Yd wide BROWN DOMESTIC X Yd Wide BLEACHED DOMESTIC 4ic JCALICOES at 3t and 5Cr lI HENS ECLIPSESHOES The best line in the cityequal in looks and wear to the 5 kind LION BRAND Mens Fancy Stiff Busom Sijii 1 Just recd new line for winter wearbest Shirt made at the price DODOS t tt WINO LEOPOLD COMING Antwerp Oct HKmg Leopold has decided to visit New York lie defi nitely announced this news Saturday The time of his departue for the states has not yet been announced hats Year Face Worth Sometimes a fortnne but never if you have a sallow complection a jaun diced look moth patches and blotches on the sklnall signs of Liver Trouble But Dr KinKs New Life Pills give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complection Only 25c at Cowgills Drug Store I FOR SALE 624 acres of land known as the Mat Adams homestead on the Adams Road four and one halt miles from Hickman Land in high state of cultivation all tillable except about half an acre Terms cash fj50 per acre Apply to I Mrs Rosa Adams PROBABLY NOT TRUE Louisville Ky Oct14Tho Post to day says Editor Henry Watterson of the CourierJournal iu a candidate tor the Democratic nomination for govern or in 1903 and wants to be a candidate for president in 1004 NEW CLINTON BANK Cashier U V Heaslet cashier of the Deposit Bank ofBardwell has organized a new bank at Clinton The capital will be 20000 and it has all been sub scribed There will be about 30 stock holders 1000 being the largest share Several Bardwell capitalists are inter ested The new bank will be ready for business I about the first of January 1902 j MISS CHEEK ENTERTAINS A few of Miss Iva Cheeks close youngladyon Carr street in a very elaborate manner Miss Cheek demonstrated her ability to entertain beyond a doubt and all those present reported a pleasant evening and one IOHK to be remembered Games of nearly every kind were played and refreshments served Those who had the pleasvre of sharing Miss Cheeks pltalitywere Misses JTeffie Sellars IvaDeboe and JLilla Bell Messrs Bob Fhlpps Charles Payne Clint Sellars Harry Ekdahl and Alt Palmer Fulton Leader rMica Ethel Moody of Eminence ley- visiting Mesdamts M B and B F w t tJ t ti r Ji t JIte itHi t it t F9 BOYS KNEE i PANTS SUITS f fJane Hopkins make with double seat and knee Pants The best boysa have complete line from 150tto 600l I i BALTZER b b NEW KENTUCKY RAILROAD Paducah Ky Oct 12 Tonight there was organized in Paducah the capital the Smith Scott Tobacco Works will be President and S T Payne Vice President Joseph L Friedman and other Paducah capitalists are interested in the new road and say it will bo bnilt at once It will be built from Paducah to Wickliffe and from there over the I C tracks to Cairo sEAVESDROPPERS SCORED BY THE COURT Louisville Ky Oct 12In dismiss fug the divorce suit of Joseph T Smith against Allie Smith Judge Toney tc day gave eavesdroppers a most rigor wifeIwho live near the Smith home nt Sixth and York streets averred that they had peered through a window of the house and had beheld conduct on the part of Mrs Smith which was not in keeping with the established notions of wifely chastityJudge Toney in his opinion said that while it was evident that Mrs Smith was wantonly inclined he would not grant the divorce on the evidence of eavesdroppers He said If such evi dence is to be received and made the basis for branding a woman it is not difficult to perceive that no wifes rep utation and no homo is safe CUBAN ANNEXATION The Chicago RecordHejald has evi agoitenough to denounce the suggestion of Cuban annexation or any policy wInch did not suggest complete independence to Cuba This is what it is saying now From the beginning annexation wan the obvious way out of the perplexing problem involved in our interference on behalf of Cuban independence An nexation by force of circumstances now confronts the peoplu of Cuba It they want free trade with the United States free trade which the sugar trust and the tobacco trust will be powerless to pro ventlet them voluntarily propose to share it as citizens of the United States Lot then ask for annexation and they will get free trade afong with other benefits which they can never hope to enjoy as citizens of a quasiindependent republic Annexation to the United States or a relapse into conditions little Spanish face Y yr RALPH BINGHAM NOV 4 Ralph Bingham tho Impersonator and musician who so happily entertained our Hickman people last Febru ary is announced to be with us again on Nov 4 at the City Hall He is here un der the auspices of the Ladies Aid S S ciety of the Methodist Church 4 00R- EV j W T HARRIS DEAD j The Rev W T Harris ono of the best known and ablest preachers of the Methodist Church particularly that described as the Memphis Con terence jurisdiction diedat Jackson Tenn Sunday last llo had occupied many prominent positions in his churchand for one or more terms was tho Presiding Elder of this District Ho was a ripe scholar anda most thoroughly earnest bold and positive man in his convictions We think this world has Known tow if any truer or brayer men I o0T- O VOTERS I J HOW TO MARK YOUR TICKET In the approaching election in November thero will be in this county oni the regular ballot only two arty tick eL i e the regular Democratic and the Independent Democratic The regular Democratic is under the rooster and the Independent Democratic is un der the device The Goddess of Justice If one wants to vote tho regular Deut ocratic ticket straight through ho situ ply stamps uuder the rooster but say one wants to vote for all tho Democrat ic county candidates but for the inde pendent Democratic candidate for Rep resontative such a ono should stamp under the rooster and then stamp oppo site the name of the independent Dem ocratic candidate If he wants to vote the independent ticket only ho should stamp under the Goddess of Justice 0aJ- UDGE NAYLOR FOR REPRESENTATIVE Judge Johua Naylor is announced as an independent Democratic candidate to represent Hickman and Fulton coun ies in the next State Legislature subject to the voice of the people as ex pressed at the polls at the regular elec tion on Nov 5th Judge Naylor is an old upright honorable citizen well known in the two counties and has served the people of Fulton county in various public capacities two terms county Judge and for many years a Magistrate and always with honor and fidelity He has always been a Demo Brat and his candidacy now is as such but is in condemnation of what ho and his supporters conatofnuiifair ntuHjucH tionable methods in the recent conven tion and primaries It is not unfair to to say that his candidacy is supported by a very considerable and respectable following We understand that if elect ed ho will vote for a Democrat for Unit ed States Senator 00 CONFEDERATESAT MAYFIELD The reunion of tho 7th Ky Confede rate Regiment at Mayfield on thin 10th and 11th is described by those attend ing as the most successful in the history of the encampment Speeches were made by Gen Lyons Gen Briggs Col Hale Capt Henry George and citizens rs1Crogglandland was the guest of honor receiving the love and affection of the old vet erans preset Col Hale in giving personal experiences as to the battle of Urices Crossroads referred to the gal lantry of the late Capt C L Handle who fired the first shot in tho advance Ac The next reunion occurs at Fulton the 1st Thursday in Oct 1902 All the old ollicers were reelected viz II S Halo Mayfield Colonel J A Collins Fulton Lieutenant Colonel Joe Law rence Major Rev Henry AleMurray chaplain Dr Charles Hinkle surgeon i Thomas George Adjutant R A Brow der SergeantMajor 00W- ATTERSON FOR GOVERNOR The Star Eyed Goddess of Reform Tho star eyed goddess of tariff reform is to be again at the front and under this matchless leadership the DemocratI- C legions may again rally to victory state and national as injthe days of Saml J Tilden Semiofllcially it is given out that Mr Henry Watterson the great editor has Iiieye on the Govern orship of Kentucky for the sole purpose of trying to unite the Democratic par ty His friends believe he can bring the discordant elements together Mr Watterson in all his past long and great political career has shown such antipa thy to office holding that we can scarce ly believe even now that ho has con sented to a candidacy for Governor For many years he was without a peer as a Democratic leader no man stood higher h in the councils of his party and dur ing those years he could have had any position within the bestowal of the Democratic party and that he should aspire to office now when the chances oulybehis old party reunited on old historic lines and with heads proudly erect marching again to victory f On t 11 Tis not so much how much you pay Its what you get for what you payff i 1rIyou buy a pair of E JP IstyleIi styles of E P Reeds IILhrcc that willnot crack both French and Military I heel worth 350 to 5 Also big line of E P Roods I 4IBig lot of Shoes that iiHhoes over odds and ends sell at your own price- S nle of those are forbi Ihentern you get something uptodate and moneys When worth a yourII here 25C host values to them at price Stune things in Ladies Pants When buy shirt waist from house oner just1 vine When buy Corset get that stretch When buy1105e from this you get i I I winterLAMBERGSJ II- WNNN 1N SNSN Nr NI h 50 000II I For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributedt to patrons of the Weekly as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 6000 For Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000II ThirdII II 150011 II U FourthIf 1000II II II FifthII 50011 SixthI II 400If SeventhII II 300 If 20 each 5100 amountingII IS 100II 60 u 5 000IIf U 200II 25II II 500011 If 1000If 10II II 10000tr If 3060a 5u U 15300 Atotal of 4387 prizes amounting to 50000 In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in i 1891 was 795631 1896 woo 1020107 I 861625 864022 835604 1898II 793169 1894 776819 1899 920872 1895 846996 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6000tI t An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an correct I guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among The Conditions are for a years subscription to tho Weekly i Enquirer entitles such subscriber to ono guess 1000 for ton yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses I 1000 for one subscription ten years secures ton guesses No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati o A Fiendish A tuck An attack was lately mado on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his His back got so lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit In a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until ho tried Elec tric Bitters which affected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels This marvelous medi like a new man cine cures backache and kidney purifies the blood and builds up your health Only LOc at CowgW drug store r MEMPHIS TROTTING ASSO CIATIONIREDUCED RATES VIA ILL CENTRAL R R Kounrt trip rates account of tho above occasion will be m effect on the Illinois Ventral from points south of tile Ohio River to llernpbis as follows ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP prom all stations Tickets to be sold from points beyond 150 miles from Mom plus on October 19 20 and 21 good to return until October 23 Rates and train time of your local ticket agent W A KELLOND A G P A 26 Louisvillo Oil a you buy Lad ies for you gb the you ever snw We had buy a case to get the you a this reliable you off the you a RaC G you one will not you reliable house Enquirer Next 2000 closes 1892II 1897 1893 1900Ie exactly them 8100 Enquirer kidneys trouble LET THE END BE QUIET Every good citizen should approve tho policy of tho Auburn Prison authorities an not allowing the wretched murderer now in thrir hands awaiting death in the electric chair to become an object of public notoriety or curiosity The Cincinnati Enquirer hesitate to even mention the matter but it does so only to commend the policy of complete se elusion and to express tho hope that there will not be the slightest relaxa tion of tho rigid rules which are under stood to Juno been adopted The very name of tho prisoner is poisonous and to the extent possible it should pass into oblivion It would be an insult to tho memory of a murdered President to the form of government under which we live to the element of decency in the United States to religion virtue and intelligence to permit this arch waylienotoriety which such men crave His imprisonment and execution should have nothing about it to inspire the enemies of society There should bo no interviews no visitors no tokens no opportunities for sensationalismnoth ing but the prompt quiet legal removal of a cowardly murderer who with his class is but little above the brute crea tion and whoso lice is not worth more than that of a mad dog or a rattlesnake The trial and conviction were in good order and in u high degree creditable to tho Court and attorneys Now let there be nothing spectacular about the taking off The worst that that can happen to such criminals is to be for 1 gotten Funnyisnt it How some men will go to high priced tailors for their clothes wbo they can get just as good and eta fro- mThe International Tailoring Co of New York and Chicagot for a great deal lets moacy International Clothestate made by the bat tailors In the I and and they are guaranteed to fit perfectly Oace tried youll always wear them The complete liae ofYI u International Samples comprWnf over six hundred of the nobbkat patterns caa be seta at H C AMBERGy Stepped Into IreCoals footfrightfullyofJouesvillohorriblelegHucklensArnica Infallibleforand Piles Sold by Cowgill Cowgill 25 cents I A FLING AT OLD GRAVES The tdiscoveredHendersoncountiesdistrictandChristian isthewigglingeverheardyouronr inthe 4 KentuckyforlandsUein- locrat i iL4- i 0 a rt arm i wx IT r 1 o i gmmmratmmuiumffiuiui1 i A ramwt t uimtmwummmmKt tI- f rfrr r FALL STOCKS rrrrr r0 l t1 I AREr rr- frF NOW COMPLETEi rrrrr- II 441 7 r rr 41 41 d We Cordially Invite 41 r- 4 oeiiCall and 4 4 rrrfI neiis 4141 4 M h r rr0 J i 4141 irr L PWISIELLISON r4rr 4141 r- 1 ittuimtmuwtmmuiumm ui wmmtmmuuimmuiuiK ooooooooooo oooooooooooooo 0MARRIAGES t 0t0JOY HAPPINESS AND PROS 0 0 0ERITl BE THEIRSI 0 0000000000000000000000000 The following marriage license have been issued by the County Clerk and the rites solemnized since our last issue T D Thomas Oct 10 1901 ylag1ieHoney S W Gouger Oct 13 1901 ByLenaW T Smlberry Oct 13 1901 to By Lena Bomau H M Kearby W Lraylor Got 1C 1901 to By Mattie Hagan II M Kearby It his been discovered by attorneys that every volunteer who enlisted dur ing the Spanish American war is enti tled to a bounty amounting to 8192 provided for by the Federal government Petition has been filed to have th following ticket printed on the regular election ballot for Mayor and Councilmen of Hickman Mayor Tom Dillon sr i Counciltuen H C Beck man E E Reeves Thomas Ledford T T Swayne Jno W Cowgill and R B Brevard The West Kentucky Baptist ASOcia r tion held at Mt Cannel church near Alex ender last week was largely attend ed and greatly enjoyed by all present Rev I A Haley of Clinton preached s tho opening sermon which was in his best vein Elder J X Hall was re elected Moderator Elder W H Me DrtDon Singletary of Clinton treasurer The Hickman Telephone Exchange i- to is be greatly improved right away They are going to run a cable to East Hickman one to West Hickman snd one through the central part of town I The office is to be equipped with all the l latest conveniences so that the best possible service can be given their ens yVI tomers All the system will be practi callyrobeilt And last but not least V of the good things Mr Henry Cowgill will be continued in charge Count hayyimg g a much needed improvement made otrthe Dyersbarg road from the Sleepy Hollow road to the first big hill has bees gushed on either side and thrown I up i etthe neater above all overflows o rampaged from the historic Hann- II branch This has been in the past I thew ieee of county road in the opuiety esrby 1S provilg to be I fOOd r O y4udLe- r z- f i f I r w I IF PAVER BARRED FROM MAILS Abraham Isaac anarchist leader and editor of Free Society the most recent issue which is ready for circulation has been denied the use of tho United States mails pending a ruling from Washington He is said to expect that a permanent denial of the mails will be the result NO MOURNING BADGES r The will of the late Josiah Gwin for many years the editor and pnblisher of the Now Albany Ind Public Press after disposing of his estate concludes as follows I request that no badge of mourning be worn by any member of my family or friend as I regard that custom as a relic of barbarism e OIL AT WICKLIFFE Union City Tenn Oct HTheWickliffe Ky Gas and Oil Company have closed a contract with Fitzer iBrown of Scio 0 for the boring of a well for oil on their property at Wick life Work was to have been com menced on the 15th but it may prob ablv be several days yet before the drilling and boring company will get to workI NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons holdincr claims against the estate of W O Graves deceased sameeproven as the law requires with the undersigned on or before the 10th day of Jan 1902 or same will be barred Also anyone indebted to said estate are re I quested to settle same A A PARIS Admr td of W C Graves Decd A BICKERING NAVY The further the Schloy Court of In quiry proceeds the more widespread be comes the opinion that the country will get no glory out of the affair A most unfortunate state of jealousy and yi ionsness is shown to exist in the navy and the candid person is obliged to con fess that the standard of ability among naval officers is not as high as could be reasonably wished Petty quarrels and red tape have led to what may be look ed upon almost as a national scandal ACHRISTMAS TRAGEDY A reader of the the Cour ierJournal sends the following cut from the Courier Journal about twenty years ago Age has not spoiled storyrUp in Clay county once upona time I a Christmas frolic ended in a tragedy Gii tk iy iju9 i oJt4p RegisterOld ness Tell us about the fight said the lawyer I never seed no fight replied the old lndyVell then tell us what did you see remarked the lawyer in a earless way thinking she knew nothing Mrs Philpott moved her sunbonnet back lit her pipe an proceeded Cy Sewell h gave a Christmas dance and me and a whole lot of others was than The boys and gals they got to dancin and as the boys went dancin round and round they got to slap pin each other and finally one boy he slapped another boy too hardharder than he lowd to and knocked him down An the boy what got knocked down lie jumped1 greatbibr arm an whacked the feller that knocked him downright i across the middle from side to side And then the brother of the fellow what got cut he 1 ulled a British bull dog about the size of a ham an he let go six 44s right squar at the fellow that had the knife and jes then Bill SmileyBills a cousin of Jake Hanes what got shot conies running outen oldnlon Sewell room with a doublebarreled shot gun an let off both bar- r ls into the crowd and ole man Sewell he got excited an jerk1dR Winchester rifle outen from under the bed an went to pumpin lead right into the gang anI by tha time the house was full o smoke an flashin an lio lerin and I seed there was goin to be a fight an I le the house toti I 1 JolU = v r I lOUR GUESTS 11 t 1ti 1 I Uh D OTHER NEWS ITEMS yj I 0 = Ji N SCHEDULEINof3Leaves inNowN0J5 mINo wNo52Arrives111No6tlrrires Thanksgiving peat- Nutting S parties next week dayMrfohas Cincin natiMiss UnionOitytbist Misa boy DeUow has returned from a visit to Fulton J Saturday r MethodistCliucrh ciNQKyvisited leadbuslneColumbus will have its annual races on the 2lithand 26th Some good races are on program pulpit Sundayand forJacksonattend the Street Carnival Leonard Shaw of Hickman was in MrShawalMayfieldColumbus wants waterworks needs theCriticshall have waterworks thereisget Hon John M Brummal to make the race for congress Mr Leland Hume General Manager of the Cumberland Telephone system was in Hickman several days since in specting the telephone system Hester Oliver have sold their flour Coforopposite tho Daily Leader office Largest and Best Line ShoerIt M said a now railroad is projected t knontern A company has been formed with a capital of 750000 to build the road FloatinPalace OhiSundayniture and fixtures askingthatforMagistratewill make a good officer Imo 50c Line H e a v y Fleeced Underwear for 39c at Shoe Stire RICE NAYLOR derMiss Mar Noonon daughter of Jail SpringsColoradoas registered under the law and expects t vote in the regnlarThe C P Church has secured the sere vices of Rev R II Brown for one fourth of his time and the 3rd Sunday will b bhis0c morningTho Fulton Hunting arid Fishing HockWhitepartywillStFrancisMattie Davis McConnell aged 12 YMcConnell Jordantodayatbeenlivelyinto this market now than any season for man years The new Dodds cot ton gin with several new buyers stim ulates the interest Buyers are now paying 26- 0Nobbiest line Neckwear at Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS The Newport Ark Herald notes that Gen V Y CookCcmmanderof Confederate Veterans of Arkansas has ofSfromMrsThe Scrap Book gunboatCivilWar51highlyConfederateGoodby fellows Im going away in a passenger coach but Ill come back in the baggage car characteristicfarewell hettried sefas a 1eminent Christian himself Scientist He know the chances were restrainftcould As he prophesied he died and was buried at home ifl t v r = w = Ji 1 1 mmYOU GET MORE THANII j J SHOES AND OXFORDS HERE I kr YOU d GET H SATIS FACTION P HJ 3 You can buy footwear in most any grocery tm tRstore nowadays Do you want the experience of jjjjj t years the knowledge of leathers and thoir nisi nJJ ers and have Shoes fitted properly1 with goods ex s v l1 changed or your money bnck 5IB1 Its only dealers that know their goods and 1i have faith in them that do this Prices in plain I figures and the largest stock in town to sell from SYou can get hero what you want you dont cjil II jilLhavetjg mJ l 1 II t thermarket m 1mI z lJIIJ 0 7ci i7 CJ IcV FOR THE BEST W IN GROCERIES GO where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers cg Threlkelds UPTODATE aROCEBTST Iff WITTINGS Ole STAND Goods Delivered Free 5oH MEATS J Telephone 74 1 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E rA r3 L t5 u g l 18Th TOM DILLON Sr Propr t SiiecMdor to II O Itamngp IrcMl Marble and Sanite Monum n s- CUR73ILTG STONE WORK of nil Kinds IRON TBNOfNQ cc Siclsman Ky I IWB WmBSTE1 FINE WHISKIES I I L WINES BRIDIES AND GINS A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE t GIVE YOU THE BEST II III FOR THE MONEY ItII It f I I I f TIlE COUJEltfiR gLOOA YEAR C 0i5i r s I I IIII1IIII 1 J I I MISGEULA NEOUS lCLIPPINGSII II I I OEUEN ARIL INTEREST I I iIIIIII I 0 Ozplgpsz the assassin Of the late President McKinley refuses to have a spirituaLadviaer1o in tho samo car fromI New York sounds very well but it undoubtedly would be a tiresome tnp Each momber of the Confederate Vet eran camps will be asked to 8 tl to the Jefferson Davis monumen fundThe Episcopal Convention will con sides a resolution providingfor an ar bitration committee to settle diSputesJJ when invited to do so Wellinformed Catholics believe the next Consistory at Rome will be held in February and will mark the beginning of tho Popes Jubilee 1 Down at Paris Tenti a zealous preacher has carried the war into the enemiescountry and is holding a series of revivals in a distillery We understand from u number of o 1 J leading farmers that the corn in this j section will tnrn out much better than was expected a month or so ago The desire for free entrance of their tobacco and sugar into our market is operating strongly to advance the an nexation feeling among the Cubans Anarchists nor those who look upon anarchy with any degree of favor should be tolerated in any community any mere than rattlesnakes are tolerat ed Cash prizes amounting to 1000000 premiumsbygwrongbestThore Mayorofand four for police Judge J W Sellars SEllisThe funeral services over the body of the late Lorenzo Snow President of SaltLakeBrighamtheMedIterranean TouIongeria Wednesday night or Thursday morning It looks somewhat as if the Demo smallerbeforepublicah party it is like an Indian good when dead fleaderIf in the penitentiary in New York for dayfollowingIt is the duty of every citizen to buy everything possible of the home dealer Try it during the next six months and greatlyincreasing Tho recent frosts and rains have brot IIdownfor nutting parties pawpaw picnics simmons possums and grapes The United States Navy has not suf ficient men to man the vessels available and under construction in case of war and Cangtess may be asked to increase the enlisted strength by 3000 men saytug nomination for President in 1904 if the people approve of his administration but that he will not pander to any cliques combinations or movements to secure it One dollar from each surviving Con federate veteran will build a pretty considerable monument to Jefferson Davis but if pensions were paid Jonnie Rebs the number of survivors would represent enough dollars to huildaregular towertJThe time has tow come for a perfect understanding of President Roosevelts way of running the Republican ma thingtoiasm when ho enters the public service with a new broom t1Cityt1 forth the oratory of Bourke Cochran t Which side he will land on is of course a problem but either way there will be phrases in his remarks that will be interesting and inspiring on general prin ciples To free himself from blackmailers George F Wolfe a prominent shoe manufacturer of Columbus 0 has mayo public his lifes secret that he was in his youth a convict in the In diana State Prison South He went to strangerHeT UnitedStafe District Attorney Vautl bcentb Roosevelt that that he thought the Federal offices should be given to Republi cms under a itepublican Administration He objected to the appointment of former Gov Jones as Judge If you wish to be miserable you must think about yourself about what you want what you like what respect peo of pie ought to pay you i and then to you nothing will be pure You will spoil everything you touch you will make sin and misery for yourself out of ev erything which God sends you youll be as wretched aa you choose Lieut Peary has reached the north emend of Greenland and was disappointed to fiftd it didmt extend as tar north as he expected BB he hoped to fol ihasi od by Dr Hays sargeou of the Kane expediti o4kt there wan open polar Ma Whether there to aoythimg up tkerelike what Capt John Clews Sym mee coBteBctad will probably be known in a year or two for Peary mall thetfacilities tl could be tfcpagkt of e abW kits to reach the pole He most take ewe not to slide down into Sym t- ailtMIe if it ha1 BM1MA be tbtw XXXXXXX1 cxxxxxxxxxx X X X JtTSrJrOa FUNbX X A COLUMN OF WIT AND IIU x v MOlt FOR YOUNG PEOPLE XI XXXXXXXXXXXXoXXXXXXXXXXX Sohuuy Say pa why are poets born sail not mad- eFatherBecause its much cheaper my son Judge Clarence Clara if I let yon buy anew winter coat Ill have to wear my old on- eClaraOh you dear sweet lovely PresstIm sorry to seo youve been fighting Johnnie Youve got a black eye Aw yer dont say so Take yer sor ror home to yer own kid Hes got two Subscriber What I No fire in the stove this cold weather Editor None i but there is a creditor coming around this morning who has promised to make it hot for me I This note was found in tho postoflico recently Deer May Tho reason I didnt lalT when you loft at me yesterday was a bile on my face I kant laff SBurnurthis up Always think before you speak said the prudent man eI oant possibly arrange it answer ed tho young politicil1ncerd have to disappoint too many audiences Washington Star Mrs Scrappingtou Here is an item which says that in Patagonia a wife can be purchased for one dollar Mr Scrappington Well there maybe wives in Patagonia that are worth that muc- hSheYou tell me I am the sweetest irl you ever saw Now tell me true many other girls have you told the same thing IIeOh well I suppose I have told it to quite a lot but then you know you are the first one who ever believed mo I Was anything really accomplished at your sowing circle this afternoon asked the scornful man Yes It she said at last We turned out halt u yard of embroidery and for ChicaKoPostPostHeErnow that we are engaged I mykissingyourselfAndyoutoHeSsay lets bbreak the engage mentCincinnati Enquirer PLEASURE RESORT FOR HIS FRIENDS OAPT TYLER OF FULTON COUN TY BUILDS A LAKE Special to Louisville Times Hickman Ky Oct 14Capt H A Tyler the wealthy Fulton county citizen has made a lake at his residence in this city and it abounds in all kinds of fish It is also covered with lake moss and pond lillies Water locks of solid stone masonry at the head of the lake furnish water for the lake An ar tesian well already sunk to a depth of nearly GOO feet is to furnish water for the locks in the future Bath house pleasure boats etc are at the service of his friends BLACK CURSE ON HIM CURIOUS FATE OF A LOUISVILLE DOCTOR WHO FAILED TO CURE A CHILD Louisville Ky Oct lSTho prophetess who foretold tho strange lino of events culminating in the death of Dr Fred C Lamberger within nine days after the death of a tine mare a colt hunting dog and her puppies which woman likewise predicted has been toned She is a spiritualist medium I living on Shelby and Laurel streets The story told by the woman is a strange one The Doctor come to me first to see about a dog that he had strayed He had tried every way to find it and came me as a lost resort I told Him that dog would never come buck Then the guides began to speak to me I told the Doctor that he was in trouble riu great dangerand ho laughed utII me He said Come out to my house Mrs Peterman and look around for yourself hI went to his office Doctor I said you are in the greatest danger Something is the matter with this house There IS some strange power over everything Well he said a woman came to me two weeks ago placed her hand on my shoulder stared at mea minute and then placed on me and everything 1 had black curse in this world and the She did this because when I had babyII and plug carded the house The woman and her family objected to this and when the baby died they bitterly denounced me I had done my duty and would have paid no thought to tho matter if the mother had not come to my house and given me the black curse but nothingI to the barn the medium continued The power for evil was awful there The Doctor was laughing at me but I liked him so that I bad to tell him I do not know what it was I just had to speak I told him that his mare would die his colt would die the pups would die and that everything left in tho barn must rio and the carse would be on him days after the death of the mare he livei through the ninth day he i had a chance lint I did not see how he dayYoullreadyMrsPeterman i Mrs Peterman declares that these things were revealed to her by some occult influence She had never seen doctor before The mother who gave thecaiwasleftI Louisville iI c iJ L iiic = r= 1- 1 Pleasant poms f Our furniture will make yoj comfortable and I your environment plea tnt auakhuttilul1ou lmay be sure you will enjoy it Jje eay while you liOur easy urices help 1110 ciSt ijr c cAS rAr E0nr r5Vs SM itI t iit i Ml vvivsMldntI I it tall You won t hud a better audience tor your money tnnn wo canIgiye you for we appreciate youvanU value your patronage 1i ffand will givei you the worth of four 51800run Reds and Sicl l ii s j 1 t 11 75It e IIf moucIIc cr50 a cc cc tff Ofod Bed StAI11S fro mk a100 l i1 1from 135 G50 Calland be vinccd thut 1 arethe tp 300 4 t MORRIS 4 PHILLIPS 1 i f LEDFORD RANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware9 Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cqment We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is UOOD GOOD3 at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street DeliveredIW J BARRYt AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP WillorderRepair BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED HORSESHOEING SPECIALTY LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class surreyscarriages Patronage Cash Book Store1 Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY 1 I NOTIONS Callanel see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES Co COALf COAJi 1 Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAlOI FOR ON DELIVERY- ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son Tot caases night alarm Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J C Snyder of Crittenden Ky it seemed it would strangle before we could get a doctor so we gave it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quick relief and keepitfrom Oroup and Whooping Coutrh It cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble that no other trouble would relievo Infallible for Coughs Colds Throat andLung troubles 50c and LOO Trial bottles free at Cowgills Drug Store rt c c Pc TO ALL PERSONS HAVIN G FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga L St Louis Railway proposes to use its best efforts to induce a good class of immi contiguoustoManufacturingSites solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of tho people of every county through which its lines pass Thojmanogement earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands saleiVthe railroad agent nearest thorn giving I pricesI I speculativeILarge tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLEBREW IunnigrationAgontIf Traffic Manager NASHVILLE PENN IMPORTANT For the next SO days wo will offer a Line of Fine Surreys at 1000 less than regular price and on Easy Terms Wo are over stocked on these goods E E REEVES CO- Hickmm Ky TWO MULES WAWOX and Harness for sale cheap Apply to C WERNER AYFRSFLATT CONTEST i rO BE DECIDED BY CHIEF JUS TICS PAYNTIR Frankfort Ky Oct lEiChief Jus tice Payuter will on Thursday after noon next hear a motion to dissolve tho injunction granted by the Hickman Circuit Court in the case of Mott Ayres against County Clerk Samuels of Hick man restraining him from placing the name of Robert Flatt of Hickmau un der the rooster on the olllcial ballot as Legislative nominee and directing to so place the name of Ayres The motion will bo made by Attorney John W Ray of this city for Flatt Argument will be made in support of it TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Fulton County Teachers Asso ciation will meet at Rural Academy School District No 10 on Saturday Oct 10th The following program has been arranged for the day 10 a m called to order The Successful School From the Teachers Standpoint Drew LutcnFrom the Scholars Standpoint Mrs Mary Barber From the Patrons Standpoint W G Underwood Graduation in the Common School Course Miss Sue Ramer Joe C Ward Tho State College Appointments J R SamsJ H H Hall Friday Afternoon ExercisesE W Roach Miss Ada Casebeere The New School BooksLuby Har grove General Discussion by Teachers Dinner will be seryed on the grounds and a cordial invitation to be present is xtended to teachers patrons and advanced scholars DREW LCTEK LUBY HARGROVE W C UXDERWOOD f Programme Committeec IJ i NoCl Jt fI t Buildingi tt 1 Material ROUCH AND DRESSED BEHJ lUMI I I I J Doors and Windows Shingles c Lime and Cement i iI JPaints Oils etc I ESTIMATES i j CHEERFULLY Z lUIt ISm lFEED STUFFS i I I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc y t j LPWEllisonII I I i MULES FUR SAIEII have 11 head of good young mules for sale ranging in pried from 685 to S135 Will soil for cash or six mouth time with Rood interest bearing notes Also 20 head of good stock cattle for sale W S Henderson Hickman Buggies Buggies Buggiesf- or 1 tho big mad the little the rich and the poor We have prig that ni iin reach of everybodyE EVI S C CO- IIickman Ky NOTICE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King deceased are respectfully notified to please come forward and settle up and all those holding claims against said estate are notified to file the pamo properly proven up as required by law on or before tho 1st day of Tan 19022 or the same will bo barred- J J O BONDURANT Aduir of Arthur King F M Bank Have You Noticed I Tho amount of fine Buggies Harness that E E Reeves aoelI have sold this Spring If just east your oyo around and seeIsee them It will surprise but if you will call marl lookat his stask of Buggies and HarnesIyOu will understand why so i they are uptodate in everything in that line and sell them at tho very lowest prices Call and seo us at Hickman E1EI Reeves Go International mi M 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OP INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD LAVE YOU TRIED IT It is sold on a positive guarantee If it docs not do what is claimed for it your money will bo refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horses system j undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertise ment but for the next 30 days will give- theINTERNATONALSTOJI BJOIi illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 83 00000 to produce Book Is 9M by 66mjj contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds of dollars as a practical reference book This book tells all about International Stock Food You get it with a package or food ifyou buy inside of 80 days from me personally J A MCCLURE 516 Troy Ave Hickman Ky Orders Left at- Siiaws Dept Store i will roceivetprompt attention v f FOR SALE t A nice clean Stock of Goods Fat Cayce Ky A money making business good reasons for salting I also have a lot of Farms for sale Write for prices J P FALL 011 Fulton Ky F S MOORE ATTORNEY ATr LAW IIICKHAa EXTUCKY- i Office partner of Judge H F Rem10 oa DR S IDAVIDSON 1t1Sit- l HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Cowgilli Lrne Stare EEAKERi ii Greaecal Grocer Powoll Block Clinton St Harinp purchased the Grocery Stock o- fJJ C Doniliirint would be pleased to have nil oM friends lo call Fresh Goods nrul Choice liri iiuf 1t11 Item Icy Joo W lieituttt BENNETT a REttA- TIOENBYSATLAW iY Will practice in all ConrU especially the Courts of Hickman and Fulton coun ties Mr liennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Kemleys in 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Aftei two years J 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN x EFICIARYf6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SUREDAfter haying failed to pay the pre + mium the insurance will be continued for the full amount for as long ape riod as the value will carry it provided two years premiums have been paid All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its 1 large dividends com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CON VINCED of its worth SPECIMEN POLICIES and anv desired inform tion will be furnihed by 4 I R T TYLER AGiTV ni iji l i Ir F tK a r L III J l isY c i w r I rxnwy YERNMENT RESTS CaptFrancis A Cook Tesriiies 1Eor the Defense in the i 1 Court oiVTnquin 4 tf He Crave Particulars Concerning the Retrograde Movement and Ex wined the Brooklyn Loop- WItne A Ifaw Alrny Ireardrd ACn- iSchley UM nn lnthustntlenll Brave null Intrlotlc OlUeer J Other Tentlinony f iWrishinton Oct Jlhcre were two new witnesses before the Scjiley court of Weheloard Wainwright who commanded the Gloucester during the war with Spain nUll iSieut M L liristo who as en M signi j as a watch and division officer on they battleship Texas during that period Licjit Bristol had not concluded his testimony when the court adjourned for the day lie did not see the loop 1J11 ilr the Ilrooklyn the other part of li testimony turning upon a chart lie haS made showing largel ac cording to his memory the positions of th various ships of the American fleet nt different times luring the en- gat anent of July 3 There were sev eraI spirited controversies l ctween counsel over questions asked the wit ness jjr IJayncr concerning this chart oimnander Waiuwrights testimony dealt largely with chart making He was for a time senior member of the boardrof navigators which prepare the official chart showing the position of theAincrican ships during the bat tie oJTSantiairo and he rave details of the method of its preparations lie saidi he dill not consider the po ilionX assigned in that drawn ac eurate IS1Lthe result of a compromise of the viewssof members of the board Lieut Commander Hodgson Capt Irolgcr and Lieut Dyson made addi testimonyLieut e Ado a e Lemly What does the stciii log of the Urookl ii + show a to July a- s1 1 L had seven boilers five main nud tso auxiliary The two forward wereajpt in use the fires under three were jbankcd anti three others were deadjT 1 judge from the fact that it took ffondles to 10 to get up steam thnt the fixes were not even primed ThA ship4 was designed to pay the rng5iie couplcd up in time of war It was however necessary to laveI the ship at u dead standstill and it wouiu consume 15 or 20 minutes to luplc them up Jolipled up the Brpokwlyn could makeil lids knots During the fight she had only five out of the seven boilers in use She made all the necessary speed however on July 3 On the other hand she did not get up all the speed fche could making only 14 knots against 209 which she made on her trial trip How about the other ships ask ed Ilayner The New York coupled her las two boilers at1aU p m and got up to IGV oJlTvkuots an hour The speed of thefJrcgon was 14c a and the Tsai Uy nuts The Iowa ano forthcoming as she had one boile- empty and only rot up to 91 knots Washington Oct 10111 the Schley naval court of inquiry Wednesday LieuU Murk L Bristol completed his testimony begun Tuesday and three new witnesses were introduced They were Jtr Adm Henry C Taylor who as captain commanded the battleship Indiana during the war with Spain Licut Commander Tcmplin M Potts who was navigator of the battleship Massachusetts during that period and Lieut Edward IF Lcipcr who was on the New Orleans during the war the lastnamed being still on the stand when the court suljourned- Adni Taylor = related incidents of the battle off Santiago on July 3 including the Brooklyns famous turn He said that sinkof the Spanish shipsThadI snide nay effort to ram the American vessels when they came out of tluyharlipritt SantiagoCoda mander 1VU8 testimony dealt tape cinl1ywlth the bombardment of the Colon Answering a question from Judge Advocate Lemly as to the con duct fof Commodore Schley during that Engagement he said it- t was that of a Iran laboring under treat mentalj excitement anal of a matt vljb Was anxious td discharge ns soon as possible a disagreeable duty Lieut Loipor expressed the opinion that the Spanish shore batteries had not been at any time formidable During Commander PottV examina tion Mr Iia3ncr secured permission from the court to introduce as evi dence the order of Secretary Long to Adm Sampson dated April G in which he was admonished against the exposure of the American vessels to Ithe fire of strongly fortified ports The paragraph in that order which he especially wishedi ta have cousiii Bred read hsV follows The department does not wish the vessels of your squadron to be ex posed to the fire of the batteries ate Havana Santiago cut Cuba or other strongly fortified ports in Cuba mi- yess the more formidable Spanish vessels should take refuge within ftjosc harbors Even in this case the department would suggest that a I rigid blockade and employment of out torpedo boats might accomplish the desired object rileThe destruction of th enemys vessels without sub 3ecUufbinncccssarily our own inqn- ofwaivlvo the tire of the land batt tcricsVll This dispatch also contains the totI lowing report r t The department further desires that in ease of war you will main tain a strict blockade of Cuba par lltmazMntanzlstiago de Culls lan ani1lo and Cicn fuegos Washington Oct 11Lieut Lciper of the Sew Orleans resutnelltis tes timinnyrlIe detailed the circumstances of the blockade before Santiago for May 50 anti Jl and suit the fleet wins as fat olf shore by night as by lay the distance beingsix to eight mill Uiiyner read the testimony of Capt Foljyer to the1 effect that the fleet was closer by night than by day Lciper contradicted this again The log showed a distaiee of 4yi stiles Then sit id linyner you say time nearest distance was six miles while the log says 4s miles Yes that is true The tout distance the fleet steam up and down before Santiago vats more than eight miles nail nitItd s than six anJ onehalf miles I only of the time 1 was on The speed was about eight IIwnhh I can not say whether we east of Aguadores or not I know nothing of Cabanas either It t was so dart I could not hnve seen them hind I known their location Capt Kolger of the New Orleans has said thnt the ships sailed to Aguadores on the east and Cabanas west of the harbor How could he tell it It was too lark to see any thingV I do not know I have toted you my experience Wa it not in a reconuoissance a complete success naked IvViyner Jt wits partially successful in so far as 1 mull personal observations SJOdI more The batteries were slow in tire and it appeared to me that their guns were of tens caliber thus six incites Just before the Schley court of inquiry adjourned Thursday lodge I Advocate renIly introduced Lieut 1 Holdcn formerly watch oillccr on till Scorpion OK a witness Lieut Holdim signed the entry in the Scor pious lour giving the particulars of the receipt of a message for Com ifodore Schley from the Eaglel which aptsMcCalla on May iu IStS w hUn the flying squadronthen bound for len fueson fell in with Cnpt Mcrnllns sub squndhou which had just left that port The government nought to shire that by this mcbsage Comtno lore Schley had been notified that the Spanish sleet was not in the har bor of Cienfnegos and Lieut Com LaguecI until testified that he mach mqgnphouod to the Scorpion that there were only a torpedo boat and several cannon ieros in that harbor dipt Lemly told the court Thursday that the log of the Scorpion did not show the receipt of the message in this forma and that he was prepared to say that the evidence did not carry that mes sage to Commodore Schley Other witnesses of the day were Lieut Commander Schulte who send on the Iowa and Lieut A W Grant who was on the Massachusetts who testified concerning the general campaign of tire flying squad ron EtChadwiek who was in command of Adm Sampsons flagship the New York and who also was chief of the withtSchleyrFridayafternooncalled and when the court adjourned was still under crossexamination by Mr Hayner who stated that he had only a few more questions to ask him Capt Chadwieks testimony relat cd very largely to dispatches acid bv Adm Sampson to Commodore Sci y while the latter lay olf Cienfuegos in May 139S and to the code of signals agreed upon between Capt Mc Calla of the Marblehcail surd the Cuban forces operating near Cicu fuegos lie said this code had not been sent to Commodore SeJiley by dispatch becnuse Capt McCnlla had expected to join the commodore im mediately and communicate the code to him He also told of being present at an interview between Adm Sampson and Commodore Schley in which the lat ter had expressed his intention to be loyal to time commanderiuchief He related in devil the change of opin ion concerning the whereabouts of Ccrveras fleet by Adm Sampson on May 21 between the sending of the two dispatches of that date by Adm Sampson to Commodore Schley one of which was dated at Key West mind the other at 11 II aCapt Chad wick said he had not approved Adm Sampsons dispatch on May 28tOI gni tula ting Commodore Schley on his accomplishments to that date Washington Oct l4Ilie Schley court of inquiry held but one session Saturday Capt Chadwiek concluded1 his testimony begun Friday and Lieu Commander Sidney A Staiiu ton who served on the 3Ce v York I1S nil assistant to Capt Chadwicli as chief of stall for Adm Sampson null Lieut Nathan C Twining for mcrly of thu Iowa were introduced as new witnesses Commander Stauntons testimony dealt largelyI with dispatches forwnrd ed by Adm Sampson to Commodore Gluey and while he was under cx amination Mr llnyner outlined a cou teiUion in behalf of Admit Schley toV the effect that the dispatch written on May 7 was the first information that the commander nchief hadI given Commodore Schley of the pres ence of the Spanish fleet in the liar bor at Santiago and that the iiiesr sagelwas not received until June id1 Lieut Twinings testimony was along the line of other witnesses Xear the close of the days session Indira Advocate Lemly and M r Itayncr be cant engaged In a controversy over the admibsiou at that time of a ihnrt showiutr the speed of the vessels ol the flying squndron and when MrI iI iloynor made a statement concernin j the matter to be introduced the JIJl jt I advocate took exception to its recep tion saying MrI Itayners slimming- must be us iunceurate as other stjtte rents made by him referring specially to tilt contents of document presented Mr llayuer resented hit expression and replied to the effect that iif uttered outside of the court room he would say that it was false Before the court adjourned both Mr liiiyner and Capt Lenity male state I ments concerning the incident to the court and Adm Dewey expressed tLc opinion that Copt Lemly s explana tion should be satisfactory to MiI llnynerIicut Commander Stn nnton related the jMirticulars of his securing ill irr niivtion of the presence oferrarfleet at San tin 70 He said that nihill the fleet under dm Sampson lav at Key West on the morning of ifny r he went ashore While in the oliN of Coiujuodoro Motile he tumid that Cnpt Allen of the signal ofliee had chilled hint tidesurd told him that he had received iiifnrmntion of the prey enee of the Spanish fleet at Santiago which he believed to be correct The information was to the evee that the fleet had entered time bar- rlM on Mav I1 Tho information came from an employe of the telegraph of flee at Havana who could only send his information at fi oclock when others were absent from the ofliee t here Washington Oct 1Monday in the Sehley court of inquiry 1 ridge 11 0 cute Lemly concluded prewmuution of testimony for tilt government uul the first ot Adm Sehleys wituviMCK was introduced Capt Kraneis A Cook who commanded AdamI IMien CommotIon Sehleys flagship the Irooklyn during the Santiago earn paijrn and who acted though uuof fiMiilly in time eajKicitv of chit of staff for the commodore was un the witness stand the greater part of ihe day He was followed by Lieut Com mander William F Fullum who was senior watch other on the xw Or leans during the SHinish war and former Iiout loneph7 Henll who ns oJHcer on time Ilnrvanl tnniHlated the cipher dispatches between Comnto tlnrif Schley nnd tit navy leprtrMnent carried by that vefiwl Ainon f tliiip dispatches was that sent 11 y Iommo lore SHiley May 2S exniTSsIng hw regret at lint having been abe to obey the orders of the department and explain the reason vhv hlIIMnot do so There ire some verbnlI clio ercpaneies between the oriyinnlI draft of this dispatch sad tits otlkIil print of ii ami these Mr itlltxJlltti1lNI Lieut Ueall 1515 the last of the gnr ernnient witnesses althoumiptLeuily said he woukl reserve the right to call others if occasion should de maud that he do sq Ho had no sourer retired than the first witness for Adm Schley was called This proved to be the Cuban pilot Ed vardo Nunez who told Soil ley on May 2fi 1393 that he did nut believe the Spanish fleet under Cell ra was in the harbor at SanMnr Capt Cooks testimony WitS a re view of the entire campaign aftei Cerveras fleet beginningwith the d 1 iiarture of the flying squadron from Key West on May IJ mind concluding with time bntiMe off Snnliiigo Inly 1 He said that nt first it had been believed by both Sampson and Shley that the Spanish fleet was in the har bor at Cienfuegos and Hint no in formation to the contrary Inn been conveyed to Commodore Sehley anfil the arrival of CUlt MeCallt on May 21 that it was Commodore Schleys expectation to swotehe Spaniards in there anti his care was to have coal enough for such emergency He rave particulars concerning the retrograde movement and explained the Brook lyn loop in connection with a graphic account of the engagement of July a Asked for an opinion as to Adm Sehleys bearing as n commanding fiCtr lit said 1 jilwiiys regarded him ns an en Iliusiastkall bnive and patriotic of I fieer Capt Cook In his testimonyi sub he ordered the loop ninth stoutly main tained tint it was good judgment After mnkin the turn the Brooklyn alone was receiving the fire of time Visenyn ulon and Oquendo When Hanna risked a theoretical question as to what would have hap pencil if the Brooklyn had been harm dled differently he said with some feeling I know that what we tilt do was entirely successful If we had done something else I do not know whether it would have been success ful Itr Ail in Svh Icy Retired Washington Oct 9Br Adm Schley ended his active career in the navy Tuesday as Wednesday he went on the retired list by operation of law on account of are His retirement will have no effect whatever upon the court of inquiry ClmrKvil Vlllt turtles St Peter Minn Oct JJrmkTank and his wife were arrested at LafayeWe charged with the sunder of John Wfllacr the womans for mer husband a wealthy farmer who was murdered in January Ifc99 Frank Tank tests a hired man upon the Well nor farm and after Welluers m ardor he and Mrs Welluer were married The SpniilMh llnilRct Madrid Oct HIn the forthconv ing budget according to IElI Jmuarrinl Gen AVeyler ministerI of war will ask an increase of expenditure exceeding 2000000 pesetas for the payment of pensions and military rewords in connection with the war with the United States j1t t c r c fiC I STATE ITEMS OF INTERESTb tM01 1 ai13 2 oJ i J f rr rJ rSr k fcKHE FUTURITY RACE- r M tttrti Oxford Ito Won After a t Mril trnziclt Vitli llnrvlua 0V rnct J lIreI r Jtn ton Kyt Oct 1 tlamvsonsO- xturd iwnu tfie Lyearold trot I ticig JulIrity after a hard struggle wtlh Urac IEldred Charles Marvin 11fI rthe youngsters i antl1t the finish of the third heat i there were only the two trtIe MiVdlfijslyI lime son of Kd Mute took tinttlllrclultll fourth money liveQhesjco and Baron Willing had not i I croRGcd tin danger line at the finish I I of the first heat and IattVMcvwI inner oftlil first heat amid Jail Hamilton I siif erctla similar fate in the third iracc Kldrod was StO field iO in tine first heat In the second he sold ntII 30f iield o lie finished second Il eiichhcat Oxford I Joy won time sec OIK bent with such ease that he be cnmtt faiorile at OJuhl S2 t taking th3e third heat in 217 record tune CoItthe stake made by Fere no last year A large sum of nlonPytvrnt into the pool box before the lust heat gihq 2000 Wilson stake i cInPIF pacing was won in straight1 Iht its by utlohan ilKJbyirforced to lower the record for the stake three quurirs of a second in the first nail cover the other two miles in the remarkable time of 21Ii0 and pool1Ping after the first heat4o ttajnnter at all times prohibitive favorite won the 220 trot in straight hunts but with no lead to spare in any hut iVillle nienn farbrttf foltotredwith j a like performance in tflit 214 trot I AUrQ our trailed closely in the first tyfp hentii and Mabel made the vicIt 9i hard earned in tIll third TBOOPS AT MADISOKVILLE I t iljt CCIL Hurray ltr oauneods jrhelr 11IIltdrsnsnlotr litut x lcnee linn JIein Utllord Owl naburo Ky Oct IH C v leek lhrfm Onme here from Frank for Sat iirria night to see IIII l lt i klruu who iis visiting her i rents Mriu1 Mrs J A yiiqun and was nit Sunday aft cinncrhr Adjt Oeu II K Murray who aame from Midl wnile rt he fr1 1Il0rK lllrftT lieu 3lI rray et1 tlllscJtlw wit1ILlJaiptt It il troops from Madiaouville for the rem sonthatt peace has Iven restored Birth the ntinern and mint per ators have surrendered their arint and have promised upon their honor to maintain pence The governor will no doubt withdraw Ithe troops prob ably Wednesday MORE TROUBLE EXPECTED Cbnrlrn bon Vnn AoiiilltPil of the 9lnriler of inures Ivellcy tinned Outlntv Shyking Ky Oct 11harles Isnn aged 2o was cleared in the Pike circuit court at iikeville t f time mur der of lames Kelley who was in the big moonshiners hattIe there last January Young Ison thanked the jury and laughed heartily when his acquittal was read Kelleys friends are greatly emm aged over tin verdict and are swearing vonegnnee against the Jaous Fur ther trouble is feared 3li y Get tin Kort line Lohlsville Ky Oct HAlblrt Xej bet the young man who may come into n half million dollars through a chance meeting has stronger reasons than ever to believe that he will get the estate It was left by an old bachelor uncle in the south and con lists largely of land in South Caro lina The uncle hUll a number of 4eirs but decided to leave his state to time use most deserving of it He investigated and found that Nesbet was an excellent young man ami in ad dition had the misfortune to bo nearly I blinJ So 1lie made his his heir SilTinil Pt reel on Iiy Strllfrr Hopkinsville Ky Oct 1 Linnrds from the IUmpire cord mine say that n fiejuad 5n Christian county waslired on from the woods on fhe Hopkins side Wednesday night Xo one was hit Sen n noil Jliivs Slioiv Home lexinglon lKy Oct 12 The Dutch man a noted show horse owned by C F Sngtlwa sold to John J Sean ntjJiJJof New York time owner of The Ahbot The price is private but is be lieved to be very large jGrnnil Lodge K of I Owensboro Ky Oct 1t11I Grand Lodgwof Knights of Iythlas of Ken tot if IfurHl till eMcampment of thtluniformed rank will comejie in 21I1t1 I i In rally trait n Xnreovr Ksunpe 1gamigton Ky Oft 11Tht turn ilyoff Patrolman Foster had n art r roW estrape from burning to deutlsiin thQil home Their house nips wrap pcd1 iiii flames when they stroke andtthree children were taken out of 1hlt t t tt second story almost suffocated i 2000 i HaiiRril 1I1nluelf I Lexingtoni Ky Oct laChristo commitItedG1= I i INSURANCE COMPANIES Sutt gourd r Vnliintlnn and tsiiifiilM IInrs a Itn n fur Kruii rite IIUU Fnuilifort Iy Oct 1The state board of valuation and asHtttfsinenf It- t meeting held here Friday adopted the basis upon w1 il11lit will reach the franehise valiiffon of the lift insiinuiee eoni anies tlbinjji business in Kentucky and fixh6 amount of taxes Circa shall pay iiUo Ilse treasury The basis is to findrwlwt per trot ref the receipt joes to the Stuck lioMirs and to the surplus fund which is estimated at 2 j per emit and capi tale this at fi per ent On this basis the Mutual Life Insurance Co of Nvv York would have to ptyan Tht11lgiven until October 1 to submite different basis for the asiessmcnt No other state collects such a tax from this class of corporations and the Ixtiitueky bon rd limas no precedent to follow infixini the valuation ARE IN JAIL 7qpTwo Uhttc SltM CliiirKeil With 1111 ling Henry uuspbell Colored nt Lesluti9NOCIC rexing1on ly Oct 141u men 1 Ino T Doyle anti Martin Clark both white art in jail here eharyeil with killing n Xe ro HenryI IampbtU Sit urdny midnight lisib sirjvndcnd believitiir that ho tired time fattl shot After beingl ejetitei Irmn a saloon III which both while tutu wcv cl rkintr Campbbll went hour secured the rifle which he carried in the civil Will and returning opened lire from ile door + r ry Chuk secured i pistol ud IDoyle n Winchester and rack slut once Tilt Neirro Itll dens a bullet Itsiving1 Mioeil hr ii li his burly lime bullet could not be found and he coroner couldl not place tilt resjonsil bjlity ti Jf CHEMICALS X PLOD EDy IJt 1init Otttii Drug Stori it nil MJlIttiery Store tit lt wlcIlurt tliirmil =Trro0 Men Badly nursed Owensboro Jlt 14The post ofHee Shaffers drug store Dr LJ IL Pitts oiliee and Miss A Hoppers mil Hilary shop at hcwlsport Hancock ouiity were burned Sunday morning The contents of the Jiosttj e and ntilliiiery shop werifgneth uljlietoriJin of the tire is unknowri Jposs about S 4000 Sam Pate and John Ellis were badly Injured by the explosion of a can of calcium carbide that was in time drug store r t IU1I1III rohnei dlrtrket Louisville Ky Oct JITJI to bacco market Thursday was irregular some warehouses reporting jood sales and others poor ones Offer ings of biirUJy were large but of mite chum grade Pricey were good on tobacco in good condition Offering of dark were Small and poor Price were low The total offerings were i7l hhds of which j2G were burley and 45 dark Original inspection 4C hhds reviews 121 rejections Wednes day a04 tgnlnst Trusts Hopkinsville Ky Oct 1IA tobac co growers convention composed of delegates representing the different counties of time Hopkinsville and Clarksville tobaccogrowing districts will be held at Clarksville on Tuesday October 22 for the purposej of form ing an organiation for cooperation and selfprotection against monopoly and looking to the advancement of the price of tobacco to its legitimate value Acclilonliilly Shot sued Killed Lebanon Ky Oct 12I1illianr J Maiipin secured his rifle with the intention of killing a stray dog in his yard When his wife saw his inter tions slit pleaded with her husband not to kill the canine She placed her arm on the rifle barrel and instantly the weapon exploded The bullet struck her in the temple and she Ued soon after She held her fourmonths old child in her amis when the fatal accident occurred he was 21 years old rInn Ii JunrreJ DIxon Ky t pet1r7J hnlHost sick aged 12 years sltpMHnrdy4 loues- n l1 22 at Tilden this county with a shotgun no twieLs mother and JonesI wife had quarreled and Tones carne up and took his wifes part Host wide ran home 200 yards ninth secured the gild TJostwick wtis lodged in juil lie Got the prop 14DumpIArJl1strn had owed to till him Adams snag Jtnrdcr Cues DIsmisset frcon bur Ry Oct totThe cx uminiiig trial of lames E and Josepn K Cantrell charged with the murder of W L Jludd resulted in the dismis sal of Joseph E Cantrell and the hold ttiug offlames E Cantrell to the grand He wan released on 1000 bail lrlsomier trusted IllCnfUll XV Got 14 Albert Waslunjjlon who escaped1 1 in 9S from the Xushviilc penitentiary t where he was seillf three ycari for grand larceny sm arrested at Ktnpir mines uod confessedlJhii tlcntity I Unierlakeri A F OLIVER 1 K ff Z HICKMAX EENTUJDKY 1 r1 IVE ME A TRIAL wfc to you waet- S T BlMkitnllbiBf dote or repairing lljIUndfrtakori Goods Cosaiii Koiewood and Bolid BlMi I alL CtCni aad cMI wbich MB ba I14 ip m ibort notice and at mtoB j ihlo price t elale a call 8h p aear the Jail LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE RR DEPOTja p l J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys farriagee safe teams c Customers erred with courtesy and politeness Pa ronage solicited Telephone 19 U 0 oiatoiSplendid VIEW BOOKS STATIONERy NOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BFKKKDES cat Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or tnko more pleasure in try mug to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL rltOWLLL DR S h DAVIDSON Dentistt EIGKMAN KENTUCKY Once over Cowgill Cowgill lJ K irUIofIojl C E BAKER Seaerat Grocer Powell Block Clinton St Raring purehaied the Grocery Stock o- ftJ C iiouilunnt would be plenped la tree altold friends to elI FreshQood1- end hose IttIial WI J VCoAT BITKNKRS OLD SHOP matte you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one BLACKSM1TEING OP ALL ZINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED II P RrtBley Jots W JJonnrlt BENNETT REMLLY =ATIOSNBYS LAW =Will practice in all Courts cipecialljr the Courts of Hickmati and Fulton coun tiM Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Ketnleys in Hickman = 1 TheBig Four Route Is a Railway System Comprising f wi 2500 Miles of Superb Roadwi Builtand Equipped in the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of the BIG FOUR ROUTE provides 20QI Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation t 150 Passenger Locomotives a 450 Passenger Curs 4 r 23 Parlor CarsI I 20 Dining and Cain Cars fe addition to whIcli SixtYPUIIMM t Sleepers are in Continuous 5rvke tm the BIO FOUR sad Its Throb 4 Car Llaes WARREN J LYNCH WPDflm tea Yaw a Tit Alto A1 O T RLCutsuv nQ iij j 1 f I J l Ht MI Ert 1ItsOF THE NIGHT Dr Talmage Points a Warning to the Unwary JTheAYellKitown Preacher Dmcrllicn Some of the SOPIIC Thnt May He 1Vilurrrcd After Dark Time of Great Temptation Copy lght 1901 by Louis Klopsch N L In this discourse Ur Talmage describes sonic of the scents to be wit i1sed1atc at night In the great cit ies and warns the unwary of many perils text lsaiith 2111 Watchman what of the nightr When night came down on Babylon ITtneveii and Jerusalem they needed careful watching othcrwise the incen G thrustGinto the very heart of the metropolitan eplendor or enemies marching from the hills might have forced the gates All night long on top of the wall and in frt iIr of the gates might be heard the treasured step of the watchman on his solitary beat Silence hung in air rave as sonic passerby raised the ques tion Watchman what of the uightr It is to me a deeply suggestive and solemn thing to see a man standing guard by night It thrilled through me as at the gate of an arsenal in Charleston the question once smote me Who comes there followed by the sharp command Advance an- dgkethe countersign Every moral teacher stands on picket or patrols the wall as watchman ills work is to sound the alarm and whether it be in the first watch the second watch in the third watch or in the fourth watch to be vigilant until the daybreak lungs its morning glories of blooming cloud across the trellis of the day The ancients divided their night into tour partsthe first watch from 6 to 0 the second from 9 to 12 the third from 12 to 3 and the fourth fronts to G J speak now of the city in the third watch from 12 to 3 oclock 1 never weary of looking upon the life of the city in the first watch That is the hour when the stores are clos ing The laboring men having quitted the scaffolding and the shop are on their way home It rejoices me to give them my seat in the city car They bllestoodand hammered away all day Their feet are weary They are exhausted with the tug of work They are mostly cheerful With appetites sharpened on the swift turners wheel nnd the carpenters whetstone they seek the evening meal The clerks too have broken away from the coun ter and with brain weary of the long f line of figures nnd the whims of those who go ashopping seek the face of iiiotiivr or wife or child The streets ore thionged with young men setting out front the great centers of bargain =snaking Let idlers clear the street and give right of way to the beswcnted artisans and merchants They have r earned their bread and are now on their way to get it The lights in full t jet hang over 10000 evening repasts the parents at either end of the table the children between Thank God who setteth the solitary in families A few hours later and all the plates ijot amusement good and bad are in lull tide Lovers of art catalogue in Land stroll through the galleries and- distuss the pictures The balroom is resplendent with the rich apparel of those who on either side of the while listcningboardsawait the signal from the orchestra Concert halls are lift fd into enchantment with the warble t of one songstress or swept out on a lea of tumultuous feeling by the blast of brazen instruments Drawing rooms are filled with all the graceful ness of apparel wits all sweetness of sound with all splendor of manner I mirrors are catching up and multi plying the scene until it seems as if in infinite corridors there wire gar landed troops advancing and retreating The outdoor air rings with laugh ter and with the moving to and fro of thousands on the great promenades tTbc dashing span adrip with the foam of the long country ride rushes past as you halt at the curbstone Mirth revelry beauty fashion magnificence mingle in the great metropolitan picture until the thinking man goes home praytug beautiful and overwhelming thing is the city in the first and second watches of the night But the clock strikes 12 and the third watch has begun The thunder of the city has rolled out of the air the slightest sounds cut the night with such distinctness as to attract your attention The tinkling of the bell of the street car in the distance and the baying of the dog The stamp of a horse in the next street The slamming of a saloon door The hiccough of the drunkard The shrieks of the steam whistle five miles away Oh how suggestive my friends the third watch of the night There are honest men passing up and down the street Here is a city missionary who has been carrying a scuttle of coal to that poor family in that dark place Here is an under taker going up the steps of a building vfrom which there comes a bitter cry which indicates that the destroying sngelhas smitten the firstborn Here Is a minister of religion who has been giving the sacrament to a dying Chris tian Here is a physician passing along In great haste Nearly all the lights have gone out in the dwellings for it is the third watch of the night That light in the window is the light of the watcher for the medicines must be administered and the fever must be watched and the restless tossing off 1 of the coverlid must be resisted and thence must be kept on the hot tem pies and the perpetual prayer must go up from hearts soon to be broken tphMke third safch ft thenightlS iVYhat a stupendous thoughta whole iitj at rest Weary arm preparing for j r I tomorrows toil Hot brain being cooled otTo Iligid muscles relaxed Excited nerves soothed The white hair of the octogenarian in thin drifts across the pillow fresh fall of Hakes on snow already fallen Childhood with its dimpled hands thrown out on the pillow and with every breath tak ing in a new store of fun and frolic Thirdwatch of the night Gods slum berless eye will look Let one great wave of refreshing slumber rollover the heart of the great town submerging care and anxiety and worriment and pain Let the city sleep But my friends be not deceived There will be tonight thousands who will not sleep at all Go up that dark alloy und be cautious where you tread lest you full over the pros trate form of a drunkard lying on his own doorstep Look about you lest you feelI the garroters hug Iook through the broken window pane and see what you can see You say Nothing Then listen What is it God help us No footlights but tragedy ghastlier and mightier I than Jlistpri or Edwin Booth ever enacted I Ii No light no fire no bread I no hope Shivering in the cold they i have had no food for 24 hours You I I say Why dont they beg They I do but they got nothing You say j Why dont they deliver themselves j over to the almshouse Ah you I I would not ask that if you ever heard the bitter cry of a man or chill wheyi j told he must go to the almshouse Oh you soy they arc vicious poor Ij and therefore they do not deserve our i sympathy Are theyvicious SoII j much more they need your pity The Ij Christian poor God helps them Through their night there twinkles Ijj the round merry star of hope and ji through the broken window they t the crystals of Heaven but secjj vicious poor they are more to bcII pitied Their last light has gone out j You excuse yourself from helpingi them by snying they1 arc so lad they I brought this trouble ou themselves 1 replyhere I give ten prayers j for the innocent who are suffering I will give 20 for the guilty who are stuttering Puss on through the alley Open the door Oh you say it is locked No it is not locked It has i i never been locked No bur lnr would jj be tempted to go in there to steal j anything The door is never locked I Onlya broken chair stands against- the I j door Shove it hack GOin j I llliInessI say Do not utter any insult do not utter any suspicion if you value yourI life What iis that red mark on the wall It is the nark of a murderers hand Look at those two eyes rising up out of the darkness and out from the straw in the corner coming toward you anti as they conic near you your lights go out Strike another match Ah this is a babe not like those beautiful children presented in baptism This little one never smiled it never will smile A flower Hung on an awfully barren beach O Heavenly Shepherd fold that little one in thy arms Strike another match Ah is itipossible that the scarred and bruised face of that young woman was ever looked into by maternal tenderness Utter no scorn Utter no harsh word Xo ray of hope has dawned en that brow for many n year No ray of hope ever will dawn on that brow But the light has gone out Do not strike another light It would be mockery to kindle another light aII such a place as that Pass out pass down the street Our cities are full of such homes and the worst time the third watch of the night Do you know it is in this third watch of the night that criminals do their worst work It is the crimi uals watch At halfpast eight oclock you will find them in the drinking saloon but toward iV oclock they go to their garrets they get out their tools then they start on the street Watching on either I side for the police they go to their work of darkness This is a burglar and the false Ikey will soon touch the store lock This is an incendiary and before morning there will be a light on the sky and a cry of Fire fire This is an assassin and to morrow morning there will be a dead body in one of the vacant lots Dur ing the daytime these villains in our cities lounge about some aslerp and some awake but when the third watch of the night arrives ther eye is keen their brain cool their arm strong their foot fleet to fly or pursue J I they are ready Many of these poor creatures were brought up that way They were born in a thcves garret Their childish toy was a bur glars dark lantern The first thing they remember was their mother bandaging the brow of their father struck by the police club They began by robbing boys pockets and now they have come to dig the un derground passage to the cellar of the bank and are preparing to blast the gold vault Just so long as there are neglected children of the street just so long we will have these des peradoes Some one wishing to make a good Christian point and to quote a passage of Scripture expecting to I get a Scriptural passage in answer said to one of these poor lads cast out and wretched When your fa ther and mother forsake you who will take you up and the boy said The perlice ily friends you see all around aboutl you the need that something radical be done You do not see tIle worst In tht midnight meetings in London A great multitude has been saved We I want a few hundred Christian men andI i women to come down from the highestt circles of society to toil amid these kinddiethe gladness of Heaven Do not go wrapped in your fine furs and from your wellfilled tahes with the Mea 1 that pious talk is going to stop the gnawing of an empty stomach or to warm stoekingless feet Take bread take raiment take medicine as well as I take prayer There is n great deal of common sense in what the poor Worn an said to the city missionary when he was telling her how she ought to love God and serve Him Ohshe said 9j you were as poor and cold as I am and as hungry you could think of noth iing else z I could give you the history in a mla ute of one of the best friends I ever had Outside of my own family I never i had a better friend He welcomed meii to my home at the west He was of splendid personal appearance but hetr had an ardor of soul and a warmthof affection that made me love him like a brother 1 saw men coming out of the saloons and gambling hells and they surrounded my friend and the3g took him at the weak pointhis socia- lnatureand 1 saw him going down k and I had a fair talk with him for 1 1 nodIjifypu talked with him in the rights OUIjusiIt fas he replied I wish I could Ohjj sir 1 should like to be a Christian buttJ getbarkawhile the day of sickness came II was summoned to his sickbed I hastened It took but a few moments toj get there I was surprised as I wenti in 7sow him in his ordinary dress lfully dressed tying on top of the bed Itithereji1 satIyearsNow amInightIwould do better I wish you would do better i said Mother I wish I could do betetr 1 try to do better but I enht Mother you used to help me Why cant you help me now And sir T gut out of bed for it was a reality and I ucnt nrmsII will do better hut you must help I andIitImade for the was raised whether they should bring him to the church Somebody said You cannot bring such a dissolute mnn us that into the church I said You will bring him in church he stood by me when he was alive and I will stand by hint whets he is dead Bring him As Ti stood in the pulpit nod saw them car rying the body up the aisiel feJLas if 1 could weep tears of blood On one side of the pulpit sat tiis little child of eight years a sweet beautiful little girl that I had icon him hug convul putontures and toys and then he would go spiritton fool to the correction of time stocks She looked up wonderingly She knew not what it meant She was not old enough to understand the sorrow of an orphan On the other side sat the men who had ruined him they were the men who had poured the wormwood into the orphans cup they were the men who had bound him hand and foot I knew them How did they seem to feel Did they weep No Did they say What a pity that so generous a man should be destroyed No Did they sigh repentingly over what they had done No They sat there looking as vultures look at the carcass ofa lamb whose heart they have ripped out So they sat and looked at the coffin lid and I told them the judgment ofnd upon those who had destroyed their fellow Did they reform 1 was told they were in the myfriendand they blasphemed and they drank Oh how merciless men are especially after they have destroyed you DC not look to men for comfort or help But there is a man who will not reform He says 1 wont reform Well then how many acts are therein a tragedy 1 believe there are live acts in a tragedy Act the first of the tragedy A young man starting off from home parents and sisters weeping to have him go wagon rising over the hill farewell kiss flung back Ring the bell and let the curtain fall Act the second The marriage altar fullorgan bright lights long white yell trailing through the aisle prayer and congratulations and exclamation of now well she looks Act the third A woman waiting for staggering steps old garments stuck into the broken window pane marks of hardship on the face the biting of the nails of bloodless fingers RingthtAct the fourth Three graves in a dark place grave of the child that died for lack of medicine grave of the wife that died of a broken heart grave of the man that died of dissipation Oh what a blasted heath with three graves Plenty of weeds but no flow ers Ring the bell and let the curtain dropAct the fifth A destroyed souls eternity no light no music blackness of darkness forever cannotlookhcs tr1gedndletRejoice0youngman rejoicebuttknowthings God will bring you rhto 3gmenti TJierV lis a way that seemeth right to a wan but the end thereof is deatht r f v i i WANTS NEW LAWS l calibration CommlnMlmier Ponder1 Denlrrn Scope of II In novena Enlarfieu tot orrect nit Evil For the purpose of preventing the ibtises of the naturalization laws JommLsgibner Powderly wants the scope of the bureau of immigration enlarged to embrace a record of de parture of aliens and he desires legis a ion providing for the use of suck Iota obtained by the immigration officials as would prevent the violation jf those laws Mr Powderly has recommended already that congress enact legislation if this Character In discussing this ubject Mr1 Powderly usl rather strong language He said The naturalization of aliens which should he one 6J tin most important fund rions of somebody now is Ileft tono hotly until the alien himscU thinks fit or some politician who expects to think and vote for him believes 1he should lucome a eitien Then the courtsappealed to but no other the tribiuiiiljias nmtler anything to do or say inI The uommistsioner thinks the difi ililty SpId be removed in a measure by requiring an then on his arrival tpsaylif it is his purpose ultimatel- yt renounce allegiance to his own country end become an American city izen IL the alien answers in the af HrmatJvjJ the commissioner says it should be made a mutter of record which should be used at the expiration of the tie years residence re quired before naturalization papers are given If on the other hand tho alien declares H is not his intention to become naturalized he should bo rcquiredjlo state his purpose in coin ing and this fact mould be recorded In sillier ease said Mr Powder Ily the greatest care should btu fez- ercise4inn r ascertaining his fitness to land INDIANS HOLD COAL LANDS Depoul ln Indlnn Territory Held by rhea Arc of Iniiiiriine t Valnc 3- KSomoidea of the value of the coal deposit in Indian territory can be gained when it is known the average thicknefif of the vein is four feet which wyl produce 4000 tons an acre These ljBds arc leased in lots of OI acres each which means that 3500 QOO tOvi 000000 tons can be produced by th leasing the land Unlithis output the lessees pay a royalty of eight ds a ton The output lacing the last year was 1000127 as against 1400412 tons the previous year la order to protect the interests of the Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians the policyof the interior department has been to grant lenses for coal mining 3iperntlons in the territory only to such persons or corporations as will furnish satisfactory evidence that the applications fbiithe leases are made in good faith for operative as against speculative purposes with satisfactory evidence that a market will be provided to the extent of a fair esti mate for the coal covered by the lease The purpose of the department is to secure the rightful owners of the coal the full amount which the oper ators would under the law and in jus tice to the owner pay for the privi lege granted These leases run for 30 yearsOwing to the rich deposits leases are granted to such an extent antI upon such terms as will avoid tying up this valuable property and by doing so rendering it unproductive for the long period called for in the leases This is done for the further purpose of pre venting the use of these Ileases for col lateral assets for the purpose of build lug railroads through the territory TilE MARKETS Cindnnnti Oct 1- 4CAT1LECommon 2 00 a 2 25 Extra butchers 4 40 ifi 4 S- 5CA1ESExtra 0 50 ft 0 75 HOGS Select shippers fl M n 0 30 Mixed packers 5 GO it tii 15 SHEEP Extra 2 85 a 2 00 Iti IkIxtrnI 4 10 iJ 4 50- FLOUtt Spring pat 3 75 C t 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red Cn 74 CORX Xo 2 mixed fi 61 OATS Xo 2 mixed ft Jet- RYINo 2 Oi 57 HAY Ch timothy Ci13 50 lOIIIFamilyn155ImStenu C r U 5- UUTTKK Ch dairy n 12 Choice creameru 211- 1wIrEs1er fcrl 2 00 Oi 3 00 OTATOES 2 00 ci 2 25 Sweet Potatoes 2 00 iJ 2 15 TOBACCO Xew S25 Cn 10 75 Old 1225 12 iO- Chlcaco FLOUR Win patent 3 40fi 3 50 WHEAT Xo 2 red 70r 71VS No 3 spring 68fji 69lli COKX No 2 57 a fife OATS Xo 2 Cn 35- u RYrrXo2 C iG PORK ifess 13 SO fal S5 TA1tDSteam 9 42V a U 45 New York FLOUR Wn patent 3 50 ct 3 SO wIEATSo red C mi 731 3- CORX No 2 mixed + 6Jv OATSNo mixed P 3S KY E Western 5s 56 PORK Family 1G 5o cc1S 00 777LARDSteamBaltimore 1r73s Southem 74 rRN No 2 mixede 59t j5i2OATSNO 2 mixed wy so G 1rrI4LButchers K 00 Si 5 25 HOGS Western 7 o0 n 710 Louisville WHEAT ISo 2 red it COmixed 61 OATS Xo 2 mixed I 38 TOKK Mess 0f H 50 LARDSteam TJ t 975 IadlaaaeIia 1r1J ATNo 2 red u vo- COUNSo 2 mixedr 571 OA1SSo 2 mixed c 37 to 37 fxyi RELIABLE R Ba BRETARD tHs a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware whichis offered at ONEFmarket justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS REPRENENTED ROOFING J L SPECIALTY = fl1tXcAN1il J J 1 IJ JKIfHlCKMAN KENTUCKY Capital StoeI ipalII auasAA 850000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants nnd Manufacturers respectfully solicited i 0 The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the osier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars tti J o f IR t CaebtetUIt IIICKMAN WAGON COM AN DFAtrrCCEKJJ YE THE CELEBRATE c EeXK4tW WA Q aa T HLOKb1AN EENTUOKY irHHWFOlfflIMWI RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous FAILXot I sults They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the most power concrttnitrdERYE and BLOOD FOOD rnitheTRUE Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital Ity n4tllrallundNlIlryo Tablets are the product of the latcat most skillful and learned research In M starsninon1 1Ii theUerandWoodTiredsuchtallt 1 I will bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces add pViamire to life We could give Thousands of Testimonials but your best way is to try them We refund the money if a euro is not affected oTry them and Ir you want It you ran hle your money bock just for thu aaktug Price roc a box of ten days treatment Hix boxes f2Jw Securely healed bv mail 1ostORO stamps taken LouLeovilleSold by Cowgill Cowgill I The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and then Cotton Belt Routs is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter r rtha iOther rou- testhls saving in distance iifii makes a corresponding sav J i ing in time g Cotton Belt trains arty Putinun 11ti Sleepers tt night Parlor Cite Cars 1 during the day and Free Chair Cut t7t both day and night i Write and tea us where you ireA iEolnzand when you will leave and be toll you the exact cost of + C t completeJr n0 send you an interesting little book e 9ATrip to Texas vv Jr sa1 T Pl cn ill ww oJ a- Lii LW lalODtL 4PatTiyktad4tt 11 1 Leaves Chicago at 630 p m daily vIa THI CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAULI RAILWAY Arrlves St Paul at 750 a m I I MinnlIOns ata30a m Till ORlr Perfect Traits iD tilt Wind f II r i- I z 1 I H TIME TO REVISE THE TARIFF lf r1JThePrecnt Tariff h Entirely Fall f luc to Protect Americay lJnur It has been the constant claim of the protectionist that under the prohibi tion tariffMil the United States the manufacturers were enabled to 1- 1nJqth Qotible the wages that art paid1 in free triffle England Before the Me nnc and Dingley tariff had fostered I inIa measure true but gradually the wage lnJIpth comitrieii have been ap preaching equality anti now it up pearfc thiit In the tube industry which is controlled in this country by the Steel trust the manufacturers of Kngland are paying higher wages thanc the trust here does The National Labor Tribune which isjt the organ of the Amalgamated as eoeiation says Since it became known that ninny of the trident work en ut the National tube works would partthtJfIItivejjof foreign iron trills have eome to MeKeesport and are enlisting stet to gp to IKnglifch mills An agent for the Loyd 1 Loyd iron n lido eel work s of London Kngland arrived nt Me Keesport Tuesday and has iirrangcd witha number of tube workers to cross the ocean A McKeesport agent for the Russell iron wo kK in rug land is aJHo I ngIlLlaclChristy anti William IVternon welders at tIlt J yrarsJyenlih1 wages than they received in this eomi try with free transportation fur tluinselvcK and families It iis said about U McKeesport tube workers liie similar contracts Jf this exodus ofour mot skilled1 workmen IM to take place under the domination of the trusts it will be seen that the present tariff la entirejtt fa5Hng inprotcotion to Ainericnn in bor j1ule are willing to expatrif ate fnenihelrc to obtain emplov mfnt The two reason for which the willing1ben r nqw rumored The infant indnstrieM 1taQu0ty become giants and amply able to talus care of themselves The pajiQfiKjabor of Europe iis no lunge a competitor against our workmen i nn ill lit least one industry till pnw purr Iiis nrapsfered tpthis side of the ocean no the time has evidently ar l rived for raisingt tIlt IluifC on the ami t rut tbafHt which flyajr eriianded by the deSnocrhtir platform dfljou A FALSE REPORT NAILED AVillliiKltrNM nC K iut llenii Juuruttt to Mireprewetit UeUlQtrutio StlthtHSenator Vest has always been noted as a levelheaded democrat and when the daily tfiieV4Tphpiir retiortetli that ho had repudiated the Kansas Cityn c platform those who knew him a once thought there was some mistake The rl Hurt wag SPOIL Joijnd to be an tJrtirt perversion of his real senti Ul reallytsaid after declaring for a graduated Income tax and against trusts Intl a colonial policy wns1 As to fret coinage of silver I have always been aifi earnest bhnetallist anti have no l changed my opinions in the slight cst 1 do nut believe there is enough gold OK s t iHverl in the world for the jut and fair transaction of business ant r look upon the single standard ofi either gold or silver us doubling the power of oppression by the rich n expense of the middle or poor c tithe ses I do not think the ques free coinage of silver Is dead brit the abnormal and production of gold and especially im prfvement8 in the processes oftie trading1 gold from the earth have givenns more money in this country than anyone Mould have anticipatedt We have a larger per capita circula tiomtjtfui Guy other country in the worJcI1 jxcept France and there is no ininfedjhfe prospect of any decrease That is a sensible and statesman like view of the subject and the at terjipt to make him say otherwise is I an outrage but the republican news papers seem willing to say and do anything to create discord in the democratic ranks NO PLACE FOR A RULER The linierInIlNtle idea or a lre leiit AVIII 1ot Olitnlii in 4 America I in speaking of the president of the United States many newspapers and nearly all the preachers call him the ruler of the country This is a great mistake Under our democraticre publican form of government there can be no rulers the ollicers elected are the servants of the people antiI not their ruler or are we advanced so fat towards imperialism that itr Allicials have in a measure usurped power that the constitution does not giye anti assume to rule Under our nosy colonial government in the Philippines the army is the ruler though the farce is being enacted of a civili I government and the governore general n1itn ruler with despotic pow er which the military execute the power being derived from the pre5 ident That is imperialism Jtuling other people In that Way may ac eustoin the people of the United State to a despotic form of gov l r eminent that in the end they mayk f submit themselves to be ruled but as long as grass grows and water iins there will be a democracy to risiat such usurpation We want np rider in this country we must have r honest servants of the people to car ryVmittthe vorKfor the time lor ivhfcli they have been elected x laL BRYAN TO ROOSEVELT Say tits Irrmldent HUB Iteaebrd th lu rt In ur tlur tit U M and Jlunt Cltoohf lib lload It will be remembered that Mr Bryan expressly stated that if he was riveted president he would not under any elreuinstancejs be a eandi dute for a second term lie gave strong reasons for this and wishes to impress them on President IJoose relt IIn the last issue of the Commoner he warns the president of the danger of striving for a second term lie begins by saying Mr Koosevelt has reached the turning jpoint in his political curter and his cherished ambition Ls reached That ever slues hits inauguration as vice president he bus looked forward too1J M All at once as the result of an I asMassins shot he is ushered into the presidency With what spirits will he enter upon the discharge of his duties The answer to this ques tion is of tremendous Importance to him und to his country Mr Uryan says thrrr iili u sentiment against second term He aeenses Grocer Clexeland of ndorinb that sentiment but later iixnoring his pledgej and continue Mr HOUM velt will find that there iirv IIIKIV things that can be brat NUtnplibtll Iby an executive olllcer uho N und r no temptation to u e the putronaic of hiss olllce to roinote his own re election If he will announce hitltterminiition not to be a candidate rill reiioiriiKition he will be relieved of u great rival of emburruyMiient cud anxiety anti he will find tithe cot xtreniKMix lift in an effort to make his administration conspicuous for its 1 honesty and eflicieiiey IIf lie intends to appear before the nextt rcpublieau convention as a candidate he rnllsf prepare to light the horses of hs par t ilIr fctirreriflcr to them lie iis aware of the fact that the republican organ I ntl Ion did not look with favor upon 1 bin candidacy President lloo evelt has reached the parting of the waj i which road will he take- IMPERIALISMS PROFITS The llilliliifc IK oil Ihr WroiiKT Sltlr III tilt 1Itllulil III till UhlltPplurN AJI n commereial investnient the Philippines ore not prO log a great HtieeeKH tllV oifleinl figures showing that of else total importjitioiis iota the 1hilipitSnes of jrooilx II Itwda3 18000001 dluring fceven innntlis eixleil JUIIUtu1 1 last Europe 11InlJd3 0000008 or onehalf lass more thou S7000000 and the lnited Stint ikiss than 1500000 IZepubllenii statesmen hate euntini imlJy niiKiired the people of the Init ed States that they ttr to Jt iaik from the Philippines thfoti h un im meals stud profltll bit trade a barge dividend on the money tiey lute eoRt arid that the islands would be thelSijBt iiivesttnent tit cpnhti titer ert roneous eulenlation as the oflioial jfigures prove fqr the profit on the 1500000 for the seven month canJ not be more than 20 per trot or j 100000 a year tool the interest at paidli jfor the islands is more tthan that amount So all the profit of those hilippinrstpay nothing on the investment When we come to figure on the an nail outlay of the Tinted States to pay for the inereascd army and navy 1 that it Is necessary to keep there 1and with tins prospect thin this out lay will have to continue for an in definite time the outlook to the tax payers of the United States Is not en conraging to say the least itsdclaim for support on entirely coin j inercial grounds on nearly every poli cy It advocate from the tariff to jimperialism and as both the policies mentioned are financial failures is it not shoot tjiiiti that new men and new policies titers inaugurated for the benefit of the taxpayers who are the whole people of the United States COMMENTS OF THE PRESS That poor little drooling in font the steamship trust with its 150000000 capital is still expect iiy its pjp in the norm of the ship subsidy bill and llanna told tine other rupiiiilican leaders are arranging to Iced it with all that congress can be prevailed upon to donate The news comes from London that a new treaty with Great Brit iiin is ready for presentation which is the same as the old treaty with the matter omitted objected to by the senate It is to be hoped that truckling to England will not be the policy of the administration but with John Hay still In the cabinet it is doubtful The evidence in the Manila hemp army scandal case develops the loose way that business is done under the present management Private+ cables were charged to the government and the evident inten tion of high oilicials to use their po sition to tIle advantage of them selves or friends at the expense of the government does not put the imperial way of doing things in a favorable light Hanna denies that he ever said he would never again talk for puh1ica then nod proves the falsity of the talkingAmongRoosevelt continues McKiuleys polio prosperity will last Inasmuch as Mr llarmn is generally Supposed to have been one of Mr McKinleys advisers In shaping the polfcy there is BOiae thing liken compnhfent for liirnself 1oton telrlerted aa Opprtnnlti- Qo you ere truck by liehtma queried the Willougfaby street lawyer of Itilt cripple a king for almi I tsar ir How did it happen 1 was walking alotig tbe Jamaica vied- n hen a storm elIDe uj and I got under a- seev A bolt truck the tree and hurt Ill as vou fttAnelwbat have you ever done about UV- Vliy notbinif sir What could I do- Do Do Why you could have found ont who the and scared rim out of 350 bethreatening a damage wit for SIOrIO lferea a nickel for you but you dont even to be a man of much energy IJruoklyii titien To Cure a Cold In One Uay Take laxative Hroiao Quinine Tablets AU druggistsreruudujoneyifitfallstocure25c The difference between a man who has money and a Ulan who hasnt iis that the ne iie juded by what hr ill the other by what he apllearllS Y llrruld Piso a Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as a cough tUft J 11 ULlirliA1hird Ave N Minneapolis Mine Jan 0 1900 Experience iti nut runesal kindergarten and celloatI of te et a to uuiuse pupils 111x1k i a IWethlne Kqaal St Jacob Oil or Rhenmatim Gout Sciatica Kcural SorelatottBruises Toothache Headache Backache tet1che Pains m the Chest Pains in theBack Limbs Pains in the Shoulders Pains is the itacta11g ItiJRarber hair CUt3Lpnilocks dayHwhenfouS bubelPhiladelphil PUT nI FADELESS DYES are ear brighterandany howmuch 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Andrew Carnegie says he still has louiH0000 to give away resident Koosevclt is 5 feet 8 inchl es tall weighs 1S5 pounds t Lord Salisbury is one of the best1 German scholars in England v i t The French novelist Jules Vcr n fI hajj lost leis eyesight completely I Jupiter is thatn the earth but is only 300 times hea I ice V King Leopold of Rehpum is report ell as conteniplutini a yasitttp the 1iI i 1 I lhuted Slates f it The golden eagle has great strength It lifts and carries oil with ease weight of eighty pounds There issvbccii a rapid decline with in the past Jew nrJin tho native population of the Alaskan islnnds A committee of citizens of Harris Lurp Pa is at work to secure a suit ribjo memorial for John Harris the louiiiTrr of the city Dallas Texas now has the honor of buing the second city in the Unii ted1 States in the manufacture of sad1 dies and harness Cincinnati is t first Kansas has 52QOTOpO acres of lnid without mountnins and without suainps1 also 38 rivers 163000 acres of artificial forests anti 14000000 fruitbearing trees Edward VII is the first Englishi liiner to visit Denmark since the cur part of the fourteenth century wh Canute was kinyof IJsiiglnnd wZ9u1dJJclmnrk Thereofiiil reported in Vienna thir ty r staursintP of high class wh h serve horseflesh The Jaw howevurt requires it to be t1eSL hntrd on th bill of fare in a jtpeeinl column The Womens health protective as soeintion of rw York is raising n 11J11l1jrtthe i1 r ctjoii of a memorial to till m1v Col Warni A life mem ber Ins contributed 5UO toward th object Dr Max Nordau will be the central fitiire at the Zionist congress TO be fold iu Basle Ue will introduce a iliscnasion on The Physical Intentrtual and Econoiiiic Improvement ol the Taws Only six are now alive of the com pany playing in Fords theater ti iiight Lincoln was shot Three of the survivors nre still on the stagert i3Ir i Kathryne M Evans 311 len oiedy and W1 Ferguson There are now abut thirty women jjmstors of Unitarian churches in the ff1 tM s2S32 5iS Mention to fiI cir ranks is Miss Fstella IJ 11 ladff lam of Syracuse who has just been ordained in that city The otticer hn 1Iiu charge the crr emonies of the roronation of King Edward has decreed that none of t titled persons present shall wear counterfeit pearls in their coronets on this auspicious occasion The New Hampshire historical so ciety has the original patent on process for the use of steam in pro lulling boats It was issued to Sam aid MorleyJ March 2Z 1795 and w Fibled by George Washington Among the Indian pupils who ha recently enrolled at Haskell Institute Kansas according to the Lawren Journal are Mr Hob Tail Hull Mr JJenedict Shoulder Blade Mr John 1aMrssSYtrn lice Talker and Miss Minnie Sian Up It iis said that the speed of swal1 lows when emigrating is not less than 50 miles aji hour so that wh aided by the wind tthey oon reach warmer latitudes It has also been I at flyihetn1I hawks lad several other tribes at that of lit miles tin hour An English organization known as the Decimal Association with head quarters at 7otolph House eastt Cheapslde London England is pro noting by means of distributed liter nture the adoption of the metric the legal system of England matter which they fvnt out is inter ct+ ting and may be haul for the asking Adrian Tselin the New York hank er who recently built a 100000 home for hospital convalescents on Iiia lands in Searsdalo Vesichcster coun ty has completed plans for another building ou the fame grounds The mew structure will cost about S50tu The first home will be for thfevclu Siva use of invalids and the newt build lug will be for convalescents1 FIVQ Jtoosevelt girls will soon be introduced into society One of themI Is presidenthosor court until after the perincltit mourning has lr soda Another the presidents niece Mist Eleanor ioo tt velt daughter of the late KHot Roosevelt The three others are sun pond cousins of the president nil total number of copies of news papers printer throughout the wn 1inone year is estimated at liOODDOO t 4t0 To print these requires 7S1IiUI of lJlptrjfl which has lu cn published continually for otter lOtH 3ears r nifus no nation in the worldl is iperetsi in the height and weight of its men OB is ircat HriiaJn According trof6tnthiicc recently gathered the uer ageheight of Englishmen has in creased from 5 feet 7 4 inches f ftmu jcaru ago to 5 feet Finches today POWERP in TRIAL Witnesses For Defense Brought in by Process of Law I A Jnry IIn Itoen Scmrll Hut t6 Atturnep fur tli nrfeunr Ilted ll Motion A klnK fur ifs Dielutrie Georgetown ICy Oct 9hT cc tainly shall not vacate the bench th case of Caleb Powers is called morningeafter he had carefully read an affii davit tiled by the defense in the Cale Powers case to compel1 him to feat the bench upon the grounds of his a- Ired iI partisan political feelings and his hostility to the defendant The affidavit was produced in coo Tuesday morning and the judge read it slowly as if digesting its CO- la tents He made no comment an showed no feeling when he turns the bulky doiument over to Common wealths Attorney Kobert and asked if the commonwealth II r sired to be heard upon the matR- of tin affidavit Geol ctutcu Ky Oct 1oThc triz of Caleb Powers was resumed in th circuit lourt Wednesday morning It 911 oclock Among the witnesnelfor the commonwealth who did note testify in the prisoners first trial are exGo W O lirndlry exCon grcsaman John Henry Wilson Dr C G Cecil lini Dillon a republican politician of eastern Kentucky and William Barley chairman of the re publican committee of Knox county oases home tWlunVUlllcnal1 rreuori court IL C Kinkctid for the defense said they hud boon unable to complete stihmony absent witnesses and ltylllt 1uddee+ theta until 2 oclock Thursday afternoon to finish A motion for a continuance WHP overruled and the selection of a jury commenced Georgetown Ky Out 12Cott- at opened Friday morning with three men in the jury box for the trial Caleb Powers for alleged complici iin the assassinmlkn of Uoebcll lJllI three arty fanners The ooniuiomvfahh admitted that alwsint witnrtwes if here would testi fyus set out in the affidavits at the court ordered other witnesses fore l the defense to be brought in uiidei the process of low Georgetown Ky Oct 14Six of the 18 working days includt in tile October term of the Scott county circuit court have been consumed and the jury is yet not completed fts tixteslkh piwnol iRr lHMirtxic jfpiJfl by tile oonimonwealth and each time lithiiB bwn broken up by the peremp tory clmlleiitfes of the defense Court Hdjourned at G oclock Satur lair afternoon with ten men in ihe Injury box rill finally accepted null with three of the commonwealth + t five peremptory challenges and 13 of thel defences 15 exhausted A special venire of 7i more Bourbon ludeUCanh ill late Saturday ll1in nut the work of selecting the jury was re linoaSmorningsensmticti aevenire man under1 examination stuntla thatet Goebel was murdered by friends Mr Sanford the exconfederate ol titer whom Goebel shot and killed in CQb ton l5Rcycntvsfive men from hotirbon county ar rived Monday morning to be exam ined for jury duty in the trialJ Caleb rowers for alleged complicity tinthe asstiNSMintion of Gov Goebel The defense again offered the mo tiou oilseed Saturday in which they desired to swear off the entire jury but the judge declined to entcrtn the motion till the jury was fully impaneled The following is the jury as com pleted If F Gayle farmer B S Calvcrt merchant George Mulberry farmer Joseph Gardner farmer l u gene Marshall farmer J ll1t 1110he county Clark merchant policeman Kobert Link grocery clerk Henry Isgrig mer chant JI IK Hopkins farmer C L Mussinom wholesale tobacco dealer S W Brierly farmer the latter sixi are from Bourbon county All art democrats I111rrr Hniinuli INiwtlerlj Kxplrtf Washington Oct iMrs Hannah Powderly wire of T Powderly eom missioner general of immigration and formerly general master work than of the Knights of Labor died at her hone here Sunday evening Town 1VIit l Out hy Flrjv St Josejih Mieh Oct ljnl tojjn of ialion in the southern lfart of the county practically WitS wiped out early Monday by tire which started in a laundry Only n few store build j tugs remain ridIlrltinl HutIt Burned Tagal Java Oct Lrhe British bark Bowman B Law Capt Guliison from New York Tune 3 while dis charging at this port caught fire and was consumed and 10000piiekageq kerosene which were on hoard t 11vessel were burn- ed1tTo ot Succeed Irof Stuart London OCt4lA mass mecli the students of St Andrews versity asked Andrew Carnegie to come lord rector of the universt succession to Prof James Stuart whose term fspired in ovcraber v 9 I XUVORCED PEOPLE J A1 Ephritpnl IlniiMf of DcnnticK Valn aCUIIOII iteuufrrltCeInI I 4 bouseofttrehoftamfxragat ftherbeposed canon pronitiiing thNrre mar causestrotformer marriage The tedjust ofrHiSIllrlluntinttiakiua tut exception in the suer of1I noirustbedon trjtbyc+ i11 The result of the vote in throninittee of the whole was reputed viIItOH llwttcrt bisome the oe11of1O delegations is tareOii measure delegations riarln was set a final lotbyJ berTuesday J rrevious to this union in cohmilt WPttnttiWnoshingtonlJrtrilling ttm of both house to cunsidt tit o n litlon i of labor and enpitnl It iia to luujl4 of three bishops the res t yfpris uud that 11 llllII und JHUII sL relrort fix proceedings to each nn 101 I eotrtcutionh session of tllu 1 use rosedrd foll illrrJ I inn and votinjf on th firti altwntinatnn topitqf ish OIatiThe elwtion resulted in the s olcc 116tiI v hurlers II Itrent distriet of the hil ippines iie+ Freiriek 11liiattii Kertor dittiriet of Olympia 3heriViu Cnixdl Hrown district of Iono iico The only nomination rejects wns that of Uev diaries Pierce to ln is rfsioaary biNhop of North Dakota The Louse of hitthop MoudHj ere 11oatyIFELL FROM A TRAINm Sooml IIMiJ 1 C VilliiiiiiH ctf the tdLIat liiliiiilrj Iiihttnitly Ivllltil at Turin IMiilliiiiim Wallhin ton Oct la1djt JGeii Corbin received a ruble message Slon day afternoon from Ilea ChafiVi at Manila saying that Second lien James C Williams of the 2lst In fautry fell off a train at Tarla jj iQtgi 1c1 n+e sramtlt lrt9rr ft11 WiUiants twos a son of the late Geii llobt Williams formerly adjutant general of the ariilv who died n few weeks ago Young Williams wits born its Kansas but hat Peen a resident of the District of Columbia for many years In August lW Ihe euirated in the arm as a private in the Ulih Lnited States infantry and wan prp toted nipidly to secomt litMittwanqy for elHeieiit services in the Piiilijjr piiien MEETINGty 1rJohne reined Krcnii AtlilifSNliiK IH ConstltiKtilft In Kiliuullie fImldon Oet 15aohn l Unnn itKitioualfst attempted to address 1ft constituents Monday1 in XUiuaine County of Mayo the e ene vt the rc cent evictions He was drajfgud alt the platform five times by ih+ police ofand finally after n fierce struggiJes wax taken to the barracks One hundred and fifty police were present during the inertin The crowd hurled stones and aevera1 persons were injured ire31r ODonnell iis a young tenant farmer and a protege of William OBrien M P lie is secretary of ti United Irish league and was first returned to the house of cvmmo for South Mnyo in February Wt saoceeding Miehae Davitt r1FOUL PLAY FEARED UnI1 lino ot Illfrnukcew o Cnrrltr onadrrnble Money IK tSirsent4ef Milwaukee Wis Oct 15 Antofie StoIIenwerk a business roan of tliis city is missing and friends fear he leftforI tending to negotiate for timber lands foiloiiibStutdi J t cityiRnsii1 erable money t IttiiRliirM Sourtil Aivay Pinccnnhir sites Oct 15TiVe j Formers national bank of this Vil lage was attnckcinya pttrty tff fiVe bur Inrs surly Monday The burglars were frightened a way before they se= enroll any money t t Grief Ceased Death z Mngfara lulls Sw Y Oct la1E K Wilier mother of the MandJVU ler who met death inap attempti lo ttbarsof4l brohe1Hlt The Wiilers originally clfl neant from Canton O tKnifeVt AVomoii i 1o1bnilma 1feCormichbe and foultvit rcij duel as the resu n of jealous1hey+ are in the ch hu pi l lLSktl ccndttiou vK r kw ti y IMKIN l Ys AS8ASS IN t r Many Letters Received at the Prison For the Murderer Ui tr- orawroraAlu n Lnrjst XuinluT of rneUuxex uutnLiluyilfrufl soil Ilus eroauLLlrItru-ehed the Coudevnurd vr Albany y104yt 4i6 5 tilt JUU d7 eat outruns V Collins will senda request toSeeretary of State Hay to designate an official representative ofithe government to be present at the electrocution of Leon F Czolgos the murderer of President McKinley Only 2ft witnesses will tic prretft int the chamber of death when the sen tence jis executed Warden Mend of Auburn prison has sent to Superin hasereceived for permission to attefljl the hyylaw will limit the number of witi e and the superintendent will eeidcfwho the witnesses shall be It vis stated at the state department of prisons Monday that Htatenicnfs to thin effect that Czolgosz is in a continuous state of collapse and that he breaks down and weeps evury time anything ts said concerning the elee troVJution i1rP false Superintendent Collins hail n talk with the condemn ed man sonic tins ago and at that time he stttd he knew he had to rite He expressed no tear as to the eiie trr titionliut said that he t+ onld not earj to go Otit ide the prison inr he helmved that the people would lull hiiriV oSince his confinement in Aiilmin priSqn several thousand letters have 1hNGn reteivinl for him at the pi ison as w pll asrti large numbtr of expn ss 1ltd axes eontainintr lowers nul trot1 S The h ttrn nHn nits ItI fnrrur lIWIn d 1 hitrandued man Tin tloe r dJ11Iil t id- leultltld httc lied entb ihrnsaiu jwiwlies as have a number of lettersheonsnlinjf ifiiin ii his last nmnieuii Otlllir lettav have toJr trini cram who hove vritltn about the six oi + of iFtJVtnrabHo which they would jut him1 if they had tin execution of Jjntstiee in hiK ease lt is stated however that i + wouilf he a matter of surprise if the nans of Jfaiulera of fruit and lUnveis wen mmle p hle The state prison ilepailiuer has pnrSned a tjiiform policy in regard to Czohjos lit e fort has lx cn made to prevent IQttoriehsurround 1 him by as perfect an solo tion from the world ili oseiil4 + NEW CHILEAN MINISTER t 111 II t senor null TuiKiiiIii 11 rtllirllarllucxt HIM Family mill StJiir Laud ut Xetv York Xew Yorit Oct l4Senor Don iToacjuiii Moniker lUrtiiuz envoy ex= traofdinar and minister ultMiipotenti i 1ry pf thiI ifpublie of Chili to the ruitTl tllll who was recently ap poiiftjid tvy ileeecd the late Senor Don CirJoB M1 A leuna who died at l uf faloAjis Sif passenger tin the steam hip piziih which arrived Monday evening flOm Colon Senor Martinex is itcipnmjiitnied by his flmilnml stalTI Wh h the steamer docks they will Iprocejjd divert to Washington anti tJiencf to Mexico whenj qiar Martinet t till represent his country colnrrsllislutoriuun Annrht SultIIl lQijdon pet 1ft UoiiiasI the lead er of n notorious Laud of anarchists who Jiave = destroyed various pnhlig and btherbinldiiis durin the last feir ifiionHlB says a dispatch to llu Dailv Mailifrom Craeow was sires ell m Stainslavewenstcmi laliein aHo5a serf re struggle in which 1m ranianda child aecidentally jllwl K mus hung himself in the jrimrdhouse r yntltryUMenderPailclallujailnintros0She rfkiistedfin the lddnipiiir of Eddie Ciulahy at pmaha in December 1Jitu was Movday seutenctd from Dallas to the state penitentiary Henderson was a yrart o COIl ilted of swindliiifr in several fs s l uldjilhuttose- rve 13 veaVs in the penitentiary Tune Lighted MlUi Elect rich 11ashingtou Oct 1 Karpeuesiou Greece iso lht lighted by eleelrieity and Unitedf States Consul ileGinley at Athens iu a report to titstator department says that it is desired to obtain rite eletrie plant from the United Stiffen Karpenesion is tins villa I Mai o Toxaris was defendin tiu lljb when he fell in a midnight sortie of Greeks against the Turks it Sl teniciif TIJtllWiWin ton Jet1r Mondays statejuens f the treasury balance in tlttens ral fund exclusive of theI 1f90oIJold reserve in thlPiii oiioft1of i demptioii show Avail ahlecush balances 1874 C741 told tPol794tuwal IIlCttntmuCM Wa hill ton Oct lIhc vnwident triad the follow in apr tiiitments in rite nary fran1 IJlft Jie rear admiral lobn Ii3 r iven lieuteimnt ronirnhnder Provost Twin lieuten Charles E Gllpin lieutenant junior grade litsil Go to Prison Seit Tort Ct 15 The court of pecixl scssaf RUnlay mnrning= inn tlhcelj John Most the anarchist 4u- biie en antiiicltiP corn Jltst orsrulers ry i fiii tto of a naerlu itOlDbuyAlso the sius of the second and third tirstWethe esine thing over again with a clear con science thebeauty outforeyourhandyGetting ECu with Her ssidbaughtilathatin dressed beef- Naturally this proud eastern aristocrat ibut ruPerli1tutvdbun You may tell her he said by way of reply that whatever 1 put on the marke- tsi at least dreed Then he looked tong and fixedly at her decollete daughter Chicago Post a An Authority popPopWhat iis a revenue utterA revenue cutter inv oniItwellask your Uncle Fred He IKIS to pay ali wuaySart iSet P t MoHIco Ulalnke rGuiitfori l1ieDeaverImperative Jaggles Why do they start the organ as sown at the wmon is over raftde Why to wake up the congrega two Judge The item Thing 1nile Tom what iis ofliari Charity Toinmv iit tindin arid eT CUM tor the faiiltx til jIIIH Uont like Dftioit Free Press foullnil comfort because equalled S3OO and made grado icathora shoos rood bottom Ptllt Wrenched Ankle Catttd Jacob Gentlemen rely wrenched injury painful consequent convenience being obliged keep trying friend recommended Jacobs take great informing that cation sufficient complete simple remedy invaluable opportunity Jacobs Yours truly Henry Conquers Pain Polite M- tAnxTonW father Tfrom ttbjV oTsUrs Mary young cornpu kindly from outside Daily Xewst ItnewS muetachelif getll know hard ligitbug whenever always omeChicago llrotlif AoNiNtunoe Rodruk Beaker held masked night Albert rade hadnt home Chicago Daily Jews- Mr Wntpb1ReaH must eUret31e amfl1 oroa taoue dirty amidsO upset uulcrMEase Philadelphia What literature who undnuwitizuble novellIartirdPost Mrs Emma E Felch Fond du Lac Wis Social Club Tells How lnffulf I1 E VVegetable n f DnAli MRS PrxKiiAM hhve used Lydia t it Pinkhams Vegetable Compound for irregular painful menstruation ana teas entirely cured after using two bottles Ican truly say itjsa boon suffering women and would recommend suffering from the above froubles to bottles and cured Very thankfully yours EMMA E FELCH Division Fond Lac Wis 5000 FORFEIT IF ABOVE LETTER IS SOT GEXUIXE When women painfulleucorrhwamenstruation weakness backachebloatingtrvition or beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irritability nervousness sleeplessness melancholy hopelessnesstheyPiiikliaius Vegetable Compound at removes such troubles Refuse buy any other medicine for the best Xo other medicine for female ills in world received such widespread and unqualified endorsement Mrs Pinlcham invites sick women to write adviee She has guided thousands health Address Lynn Mass 3OIJGIA8 fIi tor1oreTJmnaQIU1rtcrunCenturyIII JJ1UEeJ I III i S350 shoes for style and I vcar has excelled all other makes sold at i these prices excellent reputation nas been won by merit alone W L Douglas I shoes have to give better satisfaction than other 300 and S3 CO shoes reputation for the best 300 and strndnrdhM I moneyini shoes than ho can get elsewhere i V Douglas more 300 and I shoes any other two manufacturers- W Douglas 400 Gilt Edge Line I cannot be at any price I i W L Douglas CSGO aftooa arc of the same high used In and and are Just everywhereInsistwhit name and price stamped on IbuglaasboestofactorySS blyZh4iwear Take measurements foot model state Kyle desired size andwidth 1 f usoally worn vista toe heavy med tam light totes r AlK Tryapalr Jut refer zeoto mttd Citstag fm Wt L Mrocktov Foot and brSt OH YA short time ago sev ny foot and ankle The was very and the in to to butt ness was very A St Oil and pleasure in you one appli was to effect a cure To a busy man and effective a is and wall lose no sugge ting the use St OiL J Doirs U gJaulSting w r Kr U Say 1 lane t a to Well give the man my nients nudlIk him to close th front door the Chics r t I Our Who Women wouldnt spend much nwney r hisaidthey knew how hardit to M3t wife uj slid tilt man with the loud necktie a cigar f we get hard up Jibe 1 the one that has to to her run uncte to borrow Tribune i p They sayy that wal up by the other l au Yes was at the masime Jan It they held him up hed got ff i iron ex ance lta s3li ty it ocJel11 to lilt 101m st tale s aJ ever p Praia I needs a ram tan write an j Treasurer x Economic z i i Pinkhams Jii I I f j T J2 Jr wuH aid to I all try a few be St du v THE are are all 1 once to you need x the has all her for to ti r J j and This his 350 L sells 350than L Yt I B 8 as f costomof 0 as rtown on or ti 0 or IIF Must I 1 so Iof of q1syetYes so is how it go rl men it never is k TIE BEST to SLICKEDN r I RPfOTrISTDAntxaDr r 41rM11 10mltr- zW rcfiSH BR1 jj THOUGH OfTEN IMITATE lfr7F ASAWDI COAT fQVAUEVfRVWIi vitaSNOWINGGARMLNTSANDMATAtdtowca 44 i a MACAZINE GIVEN AWAY M J That iwithpublished t 10 STORY BOOK I thisfadabsoJutely 1 I toryIttperyoar Ie Isii o M11i WANT D ATOHGEW1TH RIG I irCL ElyprrellabllltyLouIJIU ItEADEIUS OK TILLS RATEK3 BESIBISG TO nor AKYTilixG ADVERTISED IX ITS 1SIIOlLDRClUIGALLIMITATIONS r o CUKE fAIBeat 1Dse- f CONSUMPTfoTT ytJ