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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yC Y a p L Y 1 M f n w X fi G11 fCJ c t r jr J trtl itI t f tf t it jc i li oJ k THE HICKM t i 0 ti 1 5 OURIERf ii t r Cs x JIt 4 IiJ v i yr- tt h OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN FERN KENTUCKYIfl 4- f i2 ESTABLISHEDi 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUN m NOVEMBER 15 1901 VOLXXXVIIN ic SWILLl r It T YOU E d- sisi 1J f rM LOOK AT THE NEW STYLES AND FASHIONS I r Its a fascinating time of the year everybody male and fdnVale are looking for tIle new things for fall wear The verynewest thc very latest are in the store ready for your approbation In good earnest ire look forward to a greatly ill creased fall business Else why should t A we have laid in such an immese- V stock and studied your wants so closely 1 IIUIir 11 = jL J Nit NNN Xt BLANKETS and COMFORTS fc NOW is the season for these roods and we have them All kinds and at very reasonable prices S OSIERY DEPDRTfflEJT Our Hosiery Department is complete in every detail Our prices always the lowest for high grade Stockiags FLjljijiELS for miTwo seasons ago these were experimental A year passed their vogue increasedThis season places them well in front as is their just due We are showing a complete line of these goods at pop ular price- sEWEE ARE UNTIRING IN OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC AND THEY ARE AL SALESnAFi ORDThe old sayingX Pa AEF SIU WXWETWBE AW- ifcOWP J Flo Q iS aOQS holds good at this timeRight now right here at the beginning of the season DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE SHALL BE SOLD WITH THE KNIFE RUN TPIRO THE PRICES Our prices are what cause the crowds at our store Bewitlithem M B SHAWS sums v OUR GUESTS 1 I OUR VISITORS ll- AND oTHEB NEWS =1 Edc ST L R R SCHEDULE- r fiitfpLWLeavespm65 Leaves 700 am8 1 ARRIVE t4i Arrives mjNamJfa5lIM0 the change in Ambergs ad i i Hiy merchantsToyingjwjroads will visit Fulton Nov 16 awBGlbbaone of the oldest and iit prominent citizens of Union Oity pa last week He was a splendid man der John R Williams will preach l morningefrom Hickman to Paducah Mr J transfertat iskauiSco1t usi+ countyWSacraw oftrJVe still have a nice line of fine Bug aresellingacpricesthat tr E E REEVES S Co- HickmanJ Ky ofbllitiat surveyilroadtwrris says he is determined to have a ViJiilroad from somewhere into Lake county H lli Minerva Cooley will leave in a goesmaia RoyMrEroui there she will join a party on a cUtnpine expedition to Reelfoot lake Xnlton Hustler rho Mobile S Ohio Railroad is put- tt uginat Cavcea new sWitch which thedtJwork there now and other improve ments are expected soon Says Mr Burns the section master New Idu Patterns lOc at SHAWS Mr Ferd Berendes was not a canN Jnoconsiderate friend cast one vote for Mr Berendes and the election commissioners declared him duly md regularly- elected We do not know that he will accept but many friends desire him to do soA treat is in store for the people of llickman Blind Joe Mangum as sisted by some of our best local talent will give us a musical concert at the City Hall tonight week Blind Joe has but few equals on the violin and all lovers of music should take advantage of this opportunity Seats on sale at usual prices Admission 35 and 50c New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS- IP YOU WISH any special design of Carriages Buggies or Harness made to order we will attend to it for you with pleasure We will loave for market about Nov 15 E E REEVES Co- IIickman Ky Capt Messengale of the Tenn River Packet Co has again decided to put a boat in tho Memphis trade says the Appeal and the City of Memphis is the boad selected for the trade This will bring on lively competition with the Lee Line and will probably cause the Lee Line to fight back by entering the independent among shippers but the idea prevails that the Lees would crash it out Mr Allen Burton a well known young man of Hickman died Oct 2Sth 1001 at Whitwell Marion Co Teun Ho had gone there thinking the change would restore him to health but too late death had the claim and chose him for its victim He was a son of Mr Sam Burton and a brother of Mrs Joe Williams of Hickman Allen had many friends in Hickman who have our deepest sympathy TilE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the questionThe REPUBLICruifirstclass newspaper It prints all tho news that is worth printing If you read it all the year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and distinguishingtraits designedtofamilySubscription price 81 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo f v w w v J T7 rr 4 A r 1j fIrm uow ready to shun you the new t I S sgaspnsfgftes in the nicest of = 4 New Goods Dress Goods 11 amfTrimmingsI f 1 In all the best stylest 2 1 t illl gracefullnle aBq softest finish 1 SpQ v l rDont forget our Infan ta soft soles in all col I OISf i r A4C I alto carry affull iiiieo Jents Eurnishings r Hats and Eantsr eo X w Jr t Do not jftJt1+ and stB nei 13 rf IJjfc v l Ladies TailorMacl Suits to ortler lfrtQ 3orM 1 1 I 1f S A CJXrS111111LaBUCHANAN COENER r h 5 lJIt k rllt V 0 fll ALLIANCE JOS1P TO MRI McCREARt I CANTRILL W H E 3iM E R AN D SMITH CONFEU a cCrearysituation in Kentucky in regard to the UnitedStntcsdays election has clearly shown that the ex Governor leads m the number of instructed votes and he has second in nOluina1tionof the first few ballots a possibility 8mithanllCIrcuit convincedthatworth much unless they make common anditsucceedediureACtiing JTh J1 i1 Uubl 1anYrOlft u7y istered at Seelbachs Last nightTCon upfrom1hotel and not a half hour afterward the register also showed tho name of Con gressman D II Smith of Hodgenvillo J either of the gentlemen was very com ipparcnthatplanMessrsL first met in conference and along toward midnight Mr Wheeler accompanied bY PercyHaleyttrills rooms where tile gentlemen were engaged in long and earnest conference todayThebut iit is understood on all sides that a coalition 1 has been formed against Mr Mc Creary ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs James O Burns will entertainjat cards next Tuesday afternoon com unblissthe guest ol Miss Willie Belle Riddle New Idea Patterns lOe at SHAWS a Al I TEAStt iJtt v Miss Willie Belle Riddlo entertained ahundred and fifty guests at her res idence on Russell street yesterday after= noon in honor of her attractive guest Miss Elizabeth Warren French of Hick man Ky thehonsecolors alone were used in the effective scheme adopted In the parlors white chrysanthemums in great profusion were used and in the dining room ad joining deep red cryaaathemunn of im J1 j TheItvingby Miss Sammie Lou NicholI Miss Johnnie rocker of Sewanee Miss Bes3ie Mar Davis and Miss Louise WiLson of Buf y er falo t In the dining room at a table hand MrsJohn served coffee and chocolatp A salad- and individual cakes An orchestra played in the hall beck of a group of palms as tho guests canTo and went Miss Riddle wore a handsome gown of white crape applique with lace and Oriental embroidery and carried white rosesMiss French was in white point des prit made over light blue silk and her bouquet was of metoer roses Mrs W S Riddle wore a gown of black peau do soi trimmed with white chiffonMrs James T Gwathuey appeared in pink silk with touches of velvet and chiffon Nashville American PROF MILAM WILL LIVE Fulton Ky Nov HProf Dot Milam of the Fulton Institute and Bus mess college who was so seriously burn ed about the hands and into Wednes day night while trying to rescue three of his pupils from his burning house is rapidlyleavingsee It is thought by his physicians that he will be able to be out in a few days but it is feared his hands will be drawn I FREE FitEJiIi UNTIL UECEMBER st 11 e w111 give with each Gash Purchase of 1 or over a Handsome piece of QUE E N SW ilfDont ail to take advantage of this special offer now on Mt BP SBlAi Wt 11 i is ii- w iy rr 3 n WELL r HELPiYOU 4 To defy Tack Frost this winter at a very moderate cost if you will t give us a chance We have in r store a good assortment r tr1 SILKS TRIMMINGS AND r iJJACKETSiJ I IN G SKIRTS 750iBLANKETS oOc to IJIJVe otter some bargains in our our stnplei i FLANNEL Sand lOc r PERCALES at Sand lOc 1 Ydwide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c r- r Yd Wide BLEACHED DOMESTIC 4ic- CALICOES Jat 3 and 5c t 1f MEN ECLIPSE J SHOES The best line in the cityequal in looks andwear to the 5 F kind y LION BRAND f Mens Fancy Stiff 1BUS0111 Shirts at 1 recd new linen ffJust wear best made at the price I DEAF 1 r lBOYS KNEEI f PANTS SUITS Ise Hopkins make vith seat J ihoys1cOJnplete to 60011 c c t t L t DODDS lIiBALTZER S ARE YOU ANY t2 HEAD NOiSES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEAZHKC ARE NOW CURABLg by our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY a F A WERH1AN OF BALTIMORE SAYS 1941Gentlemenyou a yarlscrrtionAbout and this kept on gttinL worse tatii 11c my entirelyI catarrh for three irontjis without rnv rt iccess consulted n i iTn f innft ovy c then cease but the hearing in the cCictcJ ear wild r ot forever I then saw your oJvertiieinent rociuvM cVy iua ler York ptprrnd crOered your treat went Icr Iliad used it onh a it u diysavii i n oir rirection the isiseccased and yoheartilyF A tt liUMAX 730 S Broadway Baltimore did Our Joes not with your ttunal occupation B aasee1reeYOURSELF AT HOMEata cost IU Inai INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL VrUfflNIIMlim RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS- A r SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Treubles FAILS1 No matter how hopeless the ease may seem Astonishing and quick re suite They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with tie most tower UconcE Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital naturally and Uarvfl Tablets are the product of the latest miss Iity akin and learned research in thislaarr are different from other remedies of thatant ac In Ihnr anl1nv1t ernna t every time used They gintthe Mat of the diro and act on th e andnnds UGeery They have our unqualified guarantee They surely and 1 Manhood3tVltM Duce Nervous Headache Backache Trembling Numbness Lost Power and all uch disease of a the St Para1 sis and consniqptlon Weak Women asf The u s- talorgan e will bring the Bloom ot Health to Pale Faces ndd pleasure to me We could Bve Thou Bela of Teetimonl but your Ix t tray is to tr tlLtDI We refund the money Ii n rtlN Is not TO them and if you want it you ran have your money back Just for the askiugrrl 1rtinea box of ten days treatment Six Low SaO S urfIyMaled lv mall Postage stamps taken Lovufe tt CARD OF THANKS WPt the ladies of the Catholic Church wish to express our deep gratitude to all those who by donation labor patronage or in any way contributed too grand success of the dinner and supper given on Nov 5 for the benefit of the church COMMITTEE gk r- y t 1 f Jane JJ- r double and i r n treatment interfere Great snick of an Editor tI For two years all efforts to euro Ec zema in the palms of my hands foil ed writs Editor II N Lester of Syrtcu curedBuckleusworlds best for eruptions sores and allb0skin diseases Only 25c at Cowgills THURSDAY NIGHT Noir 21 The Ladies Aid Society of the ftjet11 odist church will give an oyster supper next Thursday night Laclede smiling Everybody invited k IMARRIED IN ST LOUIS 4 qfft1umarriage U 111 to Miss Ola Goalder of IlicSuwu Ky in St Louis on Monday thAthinst Mr Allen is well known tojmany in Hickman having formerly beent in i the service of the Southern ExprcsJLCo and the bride Miss Goalder is corfnect t- ed with one of our best faUlilics11I10 marriage WitS a surprise to allSand many of their acquaintances min g1 soy with the bride and groom oyes the a event THE OFF1CIAlCOUNTI The ollicial count iu the legislative S race was made by the Election Cow is missioners of the two counties oiiFri ttAt tt giving Naylor a majority iu KuUou IIn670 and Naylor U05 giving Naylor a majority in Hickman county ofJT229 i or a total majority in the district 6ff589 Ulinton Democrat COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Will moot Saturday Nov 23rtllheFulton County Teaulurs Assertion itNot l sfor1IncentivosMiss Annie Sherron MissI Pearl vlVJSo man jf r Friday Afternoon Kxrroiscsi fMiss MisOgieLoot PuWlsJusLoulu Rauiage I Successful School WorkFrbm the Teachers StandpointS A Link Front the Patrons Standpoint las FL Sauu StandpoiiitMissThe Mistakes of Teachers Missel lie Helm Mrs Delia Seay Miss Anna Dutton The New School Books General Dis cussionDinner will be served upon the grounds and a special invitation is ex tended to teachers patrons and advanced scholars Miss Ogio LettNellie Helm Henry McMulljn Program Com FOR RENT I i 200 acres of my bottom farm eight miles north of Hickuian All under good wire fence Terns g3 per acre llOOl Man FAXNIE JOHNSON Clinton Ky i3tvisiting Hickmau frtendsrThe new constitution in Alabama wins by aboutaO000 JCf S + V The Democrats will control both Houses in Maryland and Gorman ii safu for Senator a NOTICE 0 We will grosecute any person to extent of law for bumping or cutting Pecan or any other trees on our lands without per mission BONDUKANT DREWRT Mr John L Williamson of the Milan Tenn Hustler visited in Hickman Sunday He dont appear to be as much given to cheek as his older brother NOTICE All indebted to Watson Wilson for use of mules will please come to Farm rs S Merchants Bank and settle A gold mine was discovered while excavating for a government building in Helena Montana The government will receive the profit potatoes Curio Window also curious freaks of tubers growing on vine Judge J Fletcher Dempsy was thrown from a buggy in Louisville Sunday night while driving and sos tained injuries that may prove fatal Judge Dempseys home is in Madison villa and ho is a member of the State Railroad Commission The editor of the Courier came out second best in the race for Mayor of Hickman he receiving one vote and Mayor Tom Dillon receiving all the rest I throwingIi good man Selah I That enterprising citizen of Tiptou havingsuch Reelfoottakethemonth ago come to Clinton and inter est onr sportsmen in his project and beisCUlmto on your money Clinton Dowoarat ht tlr itnftuI 11OIIIIIIr i lyeItkutdI milt I It B BakeAttu tII SiIpre ItitI iilea the gs ur Ihe IIi t I h lI UIIIt to t1et lliith tbrttttlht S COeurl t 1Lhu iltlt liiIIct ttfllt E1Rttrle lftttr + yr tlll bawlllim bitter I bavV 11ltIIIt1tt i 0I arsI11 I III+ IIlberkidneysi uenrsElectrac hflrtntl bowelS1purdles the blood strengthens tile segazes hence cures multitudes or uialadles It Lauds up the entire etemPuts new life and vigor into any trctkhesickly rundown map orycents Sold by Cowtfll Cowgitlfr Price I f W f r LET MEGIVEYOU Jt TIP If you are looking for new goods in pleasing designs and at bedrock prices You need go no further than our store for wo constantly pursue the policy of securing all that iis latest and best and place the goods on sale at prices which will convince any man or woman that we know how to give fullest values to our hundreds of patrons It is the policy of this store to keep constantly in touch with the leading markets of the world and offenstatives of the large wholesale houses know this policy of ours and they are duick to advise us when Tii believe in taking our friends and customers in our confidence We are proud ofthave established and we are perfectly willing all should know the ll tholon which the business has been built up for they are straightforword and honorable methods that are a credit to any firm We i givin l I Hose The liost tint you find at Am bergs are the satisfy c tor y kind Extra good quality ribbed hose for I In 1 1J5 Best 25c Bicy cle hose for Boys made Underwear Vest and Punts in Egyptian cotton fleec ed lit ed silk taped gnsstted sleeves pearl buttons Best value 25ctown GOOD CLOTHES tJashyIothesfaultless in those seemingly trivial details that are the earmarks of gentility We handle good clothes The amount of service you get out of our suits would uulkethonrcheaptptr evict tlw rrlcel r UI BLANKETS If you need anything in blankets we are sure that wo au save you money Wo bought u big stock of blink ets and yon know our reputation for handling good thisdepartment COM FORTS Extra good values in comforts 75 cents for the 100 kind 100 for the 125 kind 110 for the 135 kind LiT for tin 15J kind lWE SELL Queensware Tinware Glassware and Hardware as cheap as you can buy it anywhere Our stock of Groceries is very complete aids prices show that none can compete So lout stand gazing upon the street but come in and buy yourself something to eat4 I Shoes MUII Yt rz auI almost fii gdlr ation E I Keedtt Co jian the InO1 facture of men footle II- At the outset the firm conceived that to nl5lt n lnn 111 I success iJtjl shoe business intelligent effort must be directed to the subject of FIT The history of this establishment has been the historpof a steady growth of a business All the essentials of fine shocmaking characterize ReedxShoes The line co lnprise all the latest Designs in the art of shoe making DressjI i I Goods I IIt is the para mount aim of thn depeifdatilc fitnre to see that your do mands art tilled at the least outlay It is the woman who follows the line of strict economy uid those who make their dollars go furthest that will find this stock of Dross Goody exact- lyI to their liking Everyt h i n g you want in DressGoods is here if you want good goods 7oc for Homespun 4 was SI 7oc for Whipcord Qt 9 r86c25c85c2oc75c15c50clOcyic2ocWeDressGoods beto F c betterindexanyotheri not be a fop or a dude but he will find neatlylIethesedaysvalues in Gents Furnishing Goods DLY J i BUILDINGMATERIAL w Door sash Blinds Lumber and Shingles Also carry a good line of dtee us 1 before buying H C AMBERG t NNN09pgpN o tt- J dn- i 4 L u r Mr L P Ellison is ofHready display about Dec 1st Bear in mind that everything shown in uptodaterespectWAIT FOR THE OPENING t And Now Then As a Holiday Stock will require lots of space and we are crowded now goodswebymaking special pri ces f through the house F3 MillineryLadies Street Hats Stitched Felt trimmed with Persian Drapery al colors 75 cents was the price now 50 1 Ladies Felt Hats trimmed with Silk and Velvet bought to sell 125 85cMisses75cFeltJrf 1 lot of Ladies and Misses Trimmed Hats last seasons goods sold up to 200 and 250 now 50c Our line of Trimmed Hats is still full and complete We are show youLadiesSome very fine French Flannel Waists handsomely trimmed reduced heavily 600 waists now 4 95475 waists now 398 5Fur450NewIOGScotchat 10c Canton Flannel 13CLadiesat 25candupwaids JacketsO- ur sales of Jackets have been heavy this season and we are con tinually getting in new things At 5OO and 7BO we are show lug some excellent values Colors Castor and Black Misses Jackets from 400 to 750 Childs Jackets Blues Red and Gray trimmed handsomely with braid 200 ttt 350 Ladies Walking Skirts Brown 2ant2to850 DIAMOND SPECIAL Ladies Shoes is the finest shoe on the market at the 1price Made of soft f fine Kid It is the perfection of fit and comfort Price 300I Clothing Department Reductions are in order in this room also for it is space we want now and stocks must be reduced Suits 4 OO buys a Mens Suit neat checked good value 7KO Soh1sbuyssell at 1000 This is a great bargain I 0 ff buys choice of a big line of styles Single and double breast Meltons Cheviots Worsteds andcassimeres stripes checks and plain colors t I 1 13 tailoroto 25 Childs Suits 100 and 150 for neat suits 250 300 and 350 buys a variety of styles and excellent values rflllflc Overcoatsmues and Greens handsome and stylish 450 OVERCOATS Our line of these is the best we have ever shown and range in price from 5n 1650 htlYienioo Fleeced Lined Shirts at 50c Wrights Health Underwear Shirts and Drawers 100 and 150 the garment Silk Fleece Underwear 100 and1 125 Knit Undershirts Lace and Button Blues Browns and Fancies 50C Mens Heavy Ribbed Undershirts and Drawers at 25c v DIAMOND BRAND SHOES the best made Black Diamonds 200IKoh innor at 250 Now Then solid substantial and styliah 150 GROCERIES and HARDWARE r a youStoves I ELLISONS ickman p p li 7h r y IIn VISITORS GUESTS 791I Ii ti j I IAl2JI t1 Nowfor Thanksgiving Sand ns your local and personal news LE W McKinney of Paducah was here Sunday iSee Shaw before you sell your corn c Homer Hafford went over to Union City SundaySDr Jim Dismnkes was down from Mayfield SundayIA number of Hickmanites are taking an outing on Reelfoot WicklillewasMr Jas Parker of Fulton was in Hickman Sunday and Monday enroute to Reelfoot Lake I The Ladies Aid Society of tho Baptist church will meet with Miss Nannio eacham next Thursday Shaw will pay highest price for corn The Embroidery Club meets with Mrs Will Baltzer this eve nightforMitchell Mesdames John and Sam Ford ot Fulton are guests of Miss Nettie Hert week Jack Burns of Cayce whilst on a kfinethIsveckweekFOR SALEl Fat Hogs Apply to LEVI BATES Mrs Salhe Carpenter mother of Sheriff George Carpenter is visiting her sister Mrs J L Howell at Ellis Grove Ill We want to buy all the corn we can get at the highest prices Sir + vs Sheriff Geo Carpenter cnptured Kato Walker colored in Cairo Tuesday under indictment for perjury here and lodged her in the county jail Wednes day New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS Invitations are issued celebrating the 20th Marriage anniversary of Mr and Mrs T J Wallace on the 18th inst A dance is to be giyen on the 21stt inst by the Hickman Cotillon Club in honor of Miss May Mourning Faris I todayIUoalder haye consolidated their Bowling Alley and Billiard rooms and will run both in the Laclede building Dr J II Evans wife and daughter left Tuesday to attend the Methodist DyersburgBring your corn to Shaws d Jtfisa Harrict Wilson who was lamedl by falling from a bicycle in Paducah hfs not been able to hold charge of her department In the Paducah High ScoolI for several weeks Mrs Clark of New Orleans mother of Mrs Otto Hertweck and in antebel lum days a resident of Hickman has returned hero and will make her homo with her daughter The examining trial of Maria Haynes the negress charged with poisoning he aunt came up before Judge Kearb Tuesday but was continued till nex Tuesday Highest price paid for corn at ShawsI Christmas holiday goods are begin niug to arrive and in a few more weeks the merchants will have their store approachingThe 84th semiannual meeting of the First District Educational Association will be held at Paducah Friday and Saturday Nov 29 and JJO Mr and Mrs Will Garrigan of UnionI City have been visiting the family of Mr John Ringwood An increase of forty warships is to be asked of the approaching session of Congress in addition to four for which plans have already been prepared Admiral Schley will visit Memphis in January to accept a silver service to be presented to him The court of inquiry was concluded last week and the decis ion of the court to be announced later iis expected 1010 a triumphant vindication of the Hero of Santiago Tl e Courier predicted that there would be no pumpkins grown in this section this setson lint our friend M Tull confronts our prediction by the present of one weighing more than 100 pounds and another nearly as large and also several ears of very fine corn The editor is not much farmer anyway especially as to the pumpkin crop Mr L P Head of Louisville Ky 1 Gent atl A rut for the Fidelity Mutual insunuire lo of Philaehlphiuwill 1 be fc hi llidcniiin Fridiv Nov 15h to remain for Iwo or three uee s in lIlt cdinpitiiya imuicst He will Iho followed next week by Mr Joseph Par ri hof ltiuisville State Manager for the same company Those interested in life insurance illelo well to see Messrs Iarrish lead while here H B i L A The llickmau B L Association meets next Thursday night Hsr in Courier building PonyShowdays Friday and Saturday Nov 15 and 16 The unitary drill by eleven het land ponies is seldom excelled by hnman beings They have the greatest troop of snow white poodles 2r in number are the delight of the children Of other feature they have the best that time and care cat teach Jack the par achute cat Tough the talking pony Frisco the high driving dog All should visit this show as it is entertain ing for the old and educating for the young t d L l t C L J t j E f 5 j f9 C I J V 5 t rQ I J lJI YESWE MADE rIT PAY illlgUnderwear 75 cent Undershirts and Drawers for 48ct I 50 cent Undershirts and Drawers for 39C Best values ever ofter ed in- Hats Caps Hosiery Glove- sSuspenders Neckwear Fancy Shirts Pants Coats c We are closing out a line of Overcoats at cut prices RICE NAYLOR SHOE STORE 1 FOR THE BEST I- NCROCERIES U IL r Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at PRICETJPTODATB GROCER WITTIXGS OLD STAND 9Clinton Street FRESH MEATS Goods Delivered Telephone 74 FreeI HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IrtrsBLt3al D iss TOM DILLON Sr Propr SnecexAor to D C damage lecM Marble and Granite Monuments O U JR 33 IIN G STONE WORK of nil Kindt IIRON FENCHNU Ca c Sickmaur Ky I wrR WEBSTER 1 1FINE WBIKIES Jiib q I t I j WINES BaVMSS ANDl GIBTS I SPECIALTY OF TUG TRADEI IA l GIVE YOU THE BEST I IVALUE FOR THE MONEY UNION CITY4rr TENNESSEEjJ 1 r THE COUREER 8100 A YEAR ilj i ff VV V vV wI- ii I w b- r iN a3MalruiJ5J ncvjn r41 tf trLl TEE TILT BETWEEN EXSENATOR LINDSAY AND JUDGE VAN WYCK US NEW YORK New York Nov nAt the reunion of the Southern Society at Sherrys Sat urday Anight ex Soaatpr Lindsay of Kentucky was tine priucipal speaker In his address he referred to what he termed the sins of the South Judge Van Wyck promptly responded that The South Has Committed no Sins r SEATS ON SALE Seats go on sale tomorrow morning at Bennett Bros for the appearance of Mnnro and Sages The Priaouer of Zenda which will open the new Ven dome on November 2J The prices arranged for the opening j are very reasonable for the class of attraction vfhfch Manager Prestwood presents and that a crowded house will witness the opening performance is al ready an assured fact The seats on the entire lower floor with the exception of the haildsome Hosier seats will go at 31 while the latter will sell at t60 The balcony seats first two rows reserved are also 81 ythilo the general admission to the gallery is 50 cents I Parties prdering tickets to be reserved wiirplease send cash with order or tick I ets will not be reserved This is meant for all and no exceptions will be made in any case Address the manager when writing for reserved When Chefact is ticketsI j I large guarantee is required company coming to Fulton the theatergoing j I people are ready to do their part I i andManager Prestwood can rest assured I that his handsome little play house will be crowded by Fultons best people openingFulton I ii or RAILROAD PROSPECT TRANSMISSISSIPPI CONNEC TION IN SIGHT The long expected sometimes happens most unexpectedly aud so it appears now that a railroad connection across the i t j Mississippi at Hickmau is now in sight Mr WiIlis Assistant Chief Engineer of j the N C St L Railroad was inII Hickman Monday and Tuesday ml1kiugI I a survey of the river from I down to a point below the Meugel box I noucoUlmumtlcativeto i I sources so close to headquarters as toI give little room for doubt that our rail j road management has determined on i building a railroad incline at Hickman for the purpose of a connection with the Iron Mountain across the river In fact our information is that the orders were peremptory to find the most suitable point on our river front for the in cline and that the work was to be hur ried for its construction Our information is further that a transfer boat may t be run from Hickman to Belmont pending the building of the connecting line of road Of course something may hap pen to changq the program but our in formation is such as to leave little doubt but that the order is as stated The Courier has held for 30 years that sooner or later this connection would be- made The M O passing into the control of the Southern seems to make it imperattverightawayFIND OF GOLD Cripple Greek Col Nov 9What is probably the greatest mining strike ever made in this or any other camp was made Oct22iu the famous Elktoii mine at Cripple Creek At a depth of 700feet in a level run to tho south from tlie shaft there has been opened up a veritable c a ye containing fabulous wealth Never before in the history of the Cripple Creek district has a find of such magnitude been chronicled and it is certainly the first time a strike has been made where experts were all in doubt as to whether the body encoun tered will prove to be the mother lode of Raven Hill or a volcanic chimney The ore essays as high as 970000 to the ton but its average grade is in the neighborhood of fGOO a ton i This cave was originally broken into in January last but the next round of shots put in following its discovery tapped an immense underground river or lake permitting the water to enter the level The water entered through the vent with tremendous velocity forcing the miners to hasten to the sur face to avoid being engulfed in the flood Within a few hours the work y ings of the mine up to and including the 700 foot level were submerged The mine management immediately installed two immense pumps each capable ofII hoisting 1000 gallons a minute and battle with the floods began i By forcing the pumps to their utmost j capacity sufficient progress was made in the work of draining the mine to 1 permit of bulkheading the seventh level deepintusk was accomplished and the situa tion bettered materially From that I time until the latter part of September the sswore worked at all times I continuously and by that means the levels of the mine down to 700 foot point were kept free of water About September 20 it was first noticed that r the waters were receding below the 700 foot pant and each day thereafter there was aa appreciable diminution in the depth of the water in the shaft until on October 19 it was decided to risk removing the bulkheads This was done and the level was found to be comparatively After permitting it to drain and dry out for a couple of days a shift of miners was put to work in ylour ofri MidIS r The vein encountered is now from three to five feet in width and contains +t inamerable streaks of sylvanite flounne talc aad quartz Neither wall of the vein M yet in sight and there is no tell ilagheir wide the ore body is t t FEEDING 50 AND 60 CENT CORN The question which confronts the beef builder is whether it will pay him to put 50c corn into the building pro cess or will it fetch more cash to his tillII to sell the corn and finish his cattle well as he can with long food and cottonseed meal If it paid the feeder to finish cattle with grain when corn sold for 30 cents per bushel1 and beef on the hoof brought x450 it would seem that live beef at even 700 would not pay when built on 50c corn FOR MURDER NEGRO WOMAN JAILED CHARG ED WITH POISENING I Maria Haynes negress was arrested here and remanded to jail on tho charge of poisoning her aunt several days ago The aunt way away from home and on returning found that her money amounting to 25 had been stolen She accused her two nieces whereupon they said their husbands were guilty and had left them Tuesday She ate I breakfast and died that nihtJJ She had announced changing her will and barriug her nieces I The examining trial was continued until next Tuesday because of the ub settee of witnesses for the Defense The accused has secured the able ser vice of Hon Tom Bullock as her attor ney KENTUCKY SHAME iRev J Kinzie Smith pastor for the LouisvilleIpreached a sermon ou Sunday that start saidI domin than it is in Kentucky There are more mur peoplethanpeople There are more murders in Kentucky with its 2000000 people than in Great Britain with a population of 40000000 Finally there are more mur dots in the United States than in the whole of Europe with Italy and Turkey iuclnded andtthe worst thing about them is that they are facts They offer to the people of the State cause for serious reflection STATEIMississippi is the strongest temper ance and prohibition state in the union not even excepting Maine and Kansas says Beverages The prohibition move ment in Mississippi has attracted less hasbeenprovidesforprohibitionists of a county can call for an election on the subject whenever they wish they are almost certain sooner or later to be victorious Defeat doesnt seem to daunt them and they are no sooner defeated than they pre pare for the next campaign As a re suit df the local option campaigns six ty nine out of the seventy five counties of Mississippi have gone dry and have voted for prohibition and in only six is the sale of liquor permitted CHILDS PATHETIC QUEST LITTLE WANDERER A 2 MAY FIELD SEEKING HIS LONG LOST SISTERS A very pathetic incidence occurred Thursday on the streets of Mayfield says the Mayfield Messenger- AT a reporter for the Messenger was preambulating around town he ran ageUponwas looking for his sisters whom ho had not seen for six years when his father died ane they were separated Ho lo cated one of the children at Mr Luke Cosbys and the other is understood to goodfamilyThe boy said his1 name was Oakes and he had worked on a farm near Colum KyThe are orphans their par I outs haying died when they were very young WONDERFUL GUN HAS BEEN INVENTED THAT WILL REVOLUTIONIZE WARFARE j General Joseph Wheeler has arrived in Philadelphia to take up a permanent residence Ho is organizing a sixmil liondollar arms company that will erect a great factory and may operate DuildI weapons They are so deadly and of such a radi cal departue from modern gnus that the experts believe it will revolutionize war fare on land and sea Memhers of the United States Ordinance Bureau have conducted secret tests of the guns and assurances have been given that the entire army may be equipped with the new weapons Gen Wheeler says he can take one regiment armed with the new weapon and whip any three regiments usingI rifles of any other kind Edwin S Cramp who has charge of the mechanical end of the great ship building plant says The guns are a wonder There is nothing like them In fact they are revolutionary At a secret test held by the Govern recentlyfoured the firing and the organizers of the company state that prominent officers in both army and navy are stockholders Secret tests have been made in Cramps shipyard and several doubters were turned to admirers after a test in the celler of the Bourse when the new gun sent bullets at the rate of 25 a sec ond into the coal bunkers there We have the best line of Buggies and Harness to be found in the country E E REEVES Co- Mickman Ky =1 4 f Pleasant Rooms i S Our furniture will nujvou cmifortjbln an t your elIirOTItlInts pIe 1 I tt in I Ieaiitihil YIIi I be sure vFr lie whitmay von will eiijI tay v1u V tliye Our easy prices hdntvouI to elIi 4I LYY CAii 8I 3i Our currency H mniiniI l I IniMt vw n i ii Tt it talk f You wont find a better audience for your i i y tnan we cunJ f gyii you flr we appreciate our viiiLs ytli t your pt ronage L and will jgive you the worTliiof your manes 11 1800run Beil affll Spring reducelt S1535 j 1175 h r f Ito D15 jf rJhOH H II nt o2o j1 Woodl RId Stead nun a 1OfIIpI to i ia1Utresses i from 135 to 650 Cull antiI he convinceI that our prices the lowest Springs from 125 to 300 tuejj E MORRIS c PHILLIPS tL 1 1 LEDFOED HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement tIi1Ve carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no Ji puns will be shared to please our customers Our motto istiOOD G0 DD3 at FAR PIUCE3 Try us ar Clinton Street Tel phone 6 Goods Promptly DeliveredV we J BARRY AT BUCKNEHS OLD Sllpl make you a Buggy toorder WillRepair or Paint your old r onc BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS JC ALL WORK GUARANTEED Y HORSESHOEING ASPEOIALTV A tLIVERY STABLEy OPPOSITE R R DEPOT i J H POLLOCK Fropr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 19 Cask BookStore Splendid Selection of 4 NEW BOOKS f i STATIONERY t NOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date y MARY BKRENDKS aft Co COALSLaI I Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAlOI FOR ON DELIVER ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons holding claims against the estate of W O Graves deceased are respectfully notified to file same proven as the law requires with the undersigned on or before the 10th day of Jan 1902 or same will be barred Also re1qul t= Spreads Like Wildfire When things are the best they be AbrahamHare0 writes Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years Yon know why Most diseases liyerkidueysi stomachipnrefies the blood strengthens the ji hence maladiesI systemPutssickly rundown man or woman Price 50 cents Sold bv Cowgill Cowgill SCALPERS SCALPED The ticket scalpers who arc out on bail in Chicago after conviction and pending a new trial concluded not to wait for the result of the hearing but4 jumped their bail leaving their bond men in the lurch one of them it is said eloped with his stepdaughter The charge so often made by the scalpers that the movement of the railroads against them amounted simply to the persecution of honest men doesnt seoUl to be borne out by the results in this case If the dishonest acts of tho fraernity in connection with the Buf falo exposition could be collated it would make a chapter or rather a book that would startle the community Hun dreds of tickets purchased from the dis honest brokers have been taken up by the railroads out of Buffalo and their holders obliged to pay their fare or get off the train This in all cases has been a serious annoyance and iu very ninny wises an absolute hardship In view of the universal condemnation of the business by those who haw investigated it it would seem that the papers through anybetterwarn them against the purchase of tickets from the brokers Particularly is this necessary in the rural districts and in local papers People living in large cities have no excuse for ignorance on this subject The great dailies have time and again published accounts of the frauds perpetrated and the danger of dealing with scalpers is generally un derstood at such points It is rare giveMacewould be an act of positive value to their readers if the rural press would set forth tilt danger which attends any transactions with the ticket scalpers Railway and Engineering Review s TO ALL PERSONS HAVINGI FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC fOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga t St Louis Railway proposes to use its best efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every county through which its lines pass The management earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for salo or lease those who have timbered lands I water power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to the railroad agent nearest them giving the prices end terms of sale The prices must correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling land to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLEBREW Industrial and Immigration Agent H F SMITH Traffc Manager NASHVILLE TENN i I 1 Building ttI 1 Material i 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM f I 1 BEHJ Doors and Windows Shingles Nc I lame and CommIt Builders Hardware Paints Oils oto ESTIMATES CIIEKKFULLY UU ISlnlII jj jF It Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc J H l L P W S Ellison1 d Astounding Discovery 11 row Coopersville Mich comes word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retirciug by any ono troubled with a bad cough always ousues a good nights rest It will soon euro the cough too writes Mrs S Limolburirer for three generations of our family have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and have never found its equal for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled lungdiseasesSI at Cowgills Drug Store Trial bet- ties free NOTICE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King deceased are rospecttully notified to please come forward and settlo up and all those holding claims against said estate are notified to file the Fame properly proven up as required by law on or before the 1st day of Jan 1102 or tho same will be barred- J J O BONDURANT Admr of Arthur King F M Bank Have You Noticed I The amount of flue Buggies and Harness that E E Reeves Co have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and see see thorn It will surprise you but if yon will call and look at his stork of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they arc uptodate in everything in that line and sell them at the very lowest prices Call and see us nt Hickman E1 EtCo1 FULTONHIGKMAN RESULT Mayfield Messenger We have also hold to the doctrine that the democrats living in eacn voting pre cinct should select their uwu committeemen and that the committeemen HO elected should select the county chair man and alt remain in power until re moved by death resignation or move from the precinct regardless of the whims of the stateceutral committee or the scheme of any politician or candi dateIn this we know we are right be cause such is old time democracy pure simpleThe have a right to rule and they will rule regardless of foreign di tation Whenever politicians office seekers or state committees undertake to ride rough shod over the will of the great common people they had just as well make up their minds that rebellion will sooner or later take place and that too politicians ed the laws ct the party at the two or three last state conventions us to cen tralize all the power in the hauls of tie state committees and the courts that when the democrat select a committee man or undertake to perform a local party duty they do not know whether their work will he approved by the state central committee or not These committees and tho courts would do well to profit by the result of the legislative race in Fulton and Hick man counties that has just been had and hereafter not dabble in all these local contests but let the democrats at home settle them among themselves CEoIconsistiugIone room two good cisterns one inside and ono outside a good roomy stable and other out buildings and about three acres or land near R T Tylers on the Troy Road are for rent Apply to F S MOORE Agent 22 JKIC F S MOORE ATTORNEYATLAW HICKMAa ENTUCKY Office partner of Judge II K Remley DID S K DAVIDSON 8I1tlSitt HICKMANtKENTUOKY Cfflca over Oowgill Ouwf+ills Drat Store n G B EAKEE General Gfcoeer Blook Clinton StI IPowoll ofJhave nil oil frirndB to cull Fresh Goods nd Cbllllt Htjnc CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate you trylug reliablebarbers k WILL CUOWBU PAIN iiANI PAIN- TNCowgilsAt We havo just received a largo ship ment of Mixed Paints Collier f Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the mark- etCowgill t f Cowgill- DBUGGISTS t s- i GARUTHERSiii- I i I BAKERY AND i j CONFECTIONERI I jj- limB BREAD CAKES AN- DCONFECTIONERIES i jij I ICLINTONI i STREETIIIICKMAX KENTUCKY f Telephone Number HO- II INSURE IN THE 11 UTUA 11 1 I J I 1 FlrlIFUI1 I I1UIM1II COtt NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in Sli The special advantages of a policy in the mutual Den ofit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Regaining with Second which may be nsel to reduce premiumsor in policya specified and gradually diminishing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time after two years premium hays been paid 3 NO RESTRICTIONS A to residDace travel or ojja1ition after two years 1 INCONTESTABLEm Itt two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EFICIARY G WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SUREDAfter having failed to pay the pre mium the insurance will be continued for the full amount fot as long a pe providedtwo All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends COtB mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be COIl SPEOI1LXNPOLICIES tion will be furnished by R T TYLER AGT w That ThrobblHjc Heatfacbe K ifrlrisDrttteitl of sufferers have proven their BMtchfeM hedaeWeTheyyour health Only 25c Mots T if not cured Sold by Oowfill dt OfW gill r I i 0 The Hickman Courier erIGEORGE WARREN pUbu ICEMAN KENTUCKY i o t 0r o w TOPICSlFrance bas ten regiments of sol Hers in Africa King Edwards life bus been insuredI for a large sum St Louis is the conceded apple shipping center of the country It is reported that Emperor William has taken up the palmistry fad Lust year England possessed 19932 vessels of which 9208 were steam shipsBritish inventors applied for 24 I patents and 13000 were granted thisI year i Sales of public lands in the fiscalI year of 1901 aggregated 155011796 acresStuttering children arc cured in tIle German public schools by a speci course of dieting Russian engineers propose a tunnel tinder the Caucasus mountains at a cost of 75000000 Elaborate ceremonies have attended the dedication of a monument to Pasteur at Orbais his birthplace The Pittshurg and Lake Erie is to be equipped with an automatic clue trio block signal system from Youugs town to OJas port The largest bird of prey in the Old World is the lanuncrgeier or beard ed vulture which has a wing expans pf nine to ten feet The British revenue last year was c 130000000 and the national expen diture was 183000000 which left a Valance on the wrong side Workmen on the farm owned by John Henry Thornburg neur lIngers town Ind have unearthed the remains of a prehistoric race The London postoflice delivered more than 2000000000 letters and sent nearly 100000000 telegrams It handled 80000000 parcels weighing = 000000 cwt The acreage under wheat in En gland has dropped to 1800000 fro- 066ribwae rat o +ten ltl- o n7UJ the other nLUu cultivation of oats has increasedcTen years ago 6000000 tons of fish Talued at 4300000 were landed o English coasts while during last year 8600000 tons were landed and real 1 edJG000G00cProf Porter and all astronomers of prominence are satisfied that no be Jngs such as ourselves can live on Mars for want of atmosphere and because of the intense cold The tracks of the Illinois Central Monon Michigan Central Pittsburg Ft Wayne and Chicago Nickel Plate mid Luke Shore roads at Grand Cross Ing Chicago are to be elevated A number of the most prominent railroads in the Culled States cot lime to report delays owing to alack of enough freight cars to handle all the carrying business offered The great chemist Pasteur saved France at least 500000000 by his re searches on the disease of silkworms Yet at school he was only fourteenth out of 23 In his chemistry examination A blue diamond weighing over 22 3carats said to be the largest of its kind in the world and once possessed l y the Duke of Brunswick has been imported to this country by a New t York jeweler Haron Tiiidiror Mbncheur the ne Belgian minister is expected in Vas ington soon His marriage to ME Clayton daughter of the UnitcdSfatcs i ambassador to Mexico will take piace in December in the City of Mexico Eloped on Sunday pursued on Mot tiny married on Tuesday forgiven on Wednesday separated on Thursday back home on Friday and divorced on Saturday is the short story of Marie Tomkins Henry 17 daughter ofu1 prominent Richmond Ya family- A twelveyear old boy named South wick kidnaped a sixyearold child Iin Great Falls Mont and demanded a ransom of 1500 for its return lIe- s captured by the police however + und the stolen child was recoveredy The biggest free pass ever issued urns the one vhlch the builders of the Central Pacific gave to Johnson Sidess chief of the Iiute Indians of Nevada for himself mid people for life to ride back and forth on all except pas senger cars as notch as they pleased baron Takasaki chief of the poets bureau in the imperial palace at To Ijyo says that the emperor of Japans voce of poetry increases with years Feaicely an evening passes that His Majesty dices not compose from 1u 30 of the Jl syllabled couplets call i kait There are f w localities in the world with an equal range of temperatures Davson AhiskaVl 1 tis very cold during eight month of the year and warm during the other four During each season the temperature ranges irom SO degrees below zero to 100 d- xreesabpvg e I I A THRILLING 1 SGE EI Brilliant Argument of Schley Chief Counsel Caused Many in Audience to Weep iWhpn Court Adjourned Entire i Surged Forward to Congratulate Adm Schley and 31 rl llayner Evn A dm DeWeyand Uln Trro As soetlttes Together With Cnp- tIcml v Joined In the CotiKratuliitioiifl in11ashington1 the Schley court of inquiry was en tirrly devoted to hearing argument in the case of Adra Schley Mr Han na finished his argument in behalf oif the government and Capt James Parker began but did not conclude his presentation of the case for Adm Schley Washington Nov 7lhe climax olI the Sehley court of inquiry Wednesday afternoon when Mr Kay ncr chief counsel for Adm Sehley IicoueludcdIiI over three hours with a peroration so eloquent and impassioned that allI within the sound of his voice were profoundly touched This remark able trial he said sought to con 0dcnlu the man who had brought to aI successful termination as great aI luivul triumph as was ever won IE vivid colors he painted the picture CommodortISchley on the bridge fighting the c tire Spanish fleet until the Oregon I Thalthunders of the Brooklyn music f the lars of his countrymen he said aroused Adm Schleys envious for He pictured the victorious sailor suf fering as few have suffered for three long years while the fires of pcrscclFtion leaped around him and no awaiting the llioiir of his vindicatior in the verdict of the court And when it comes he He can from the high and exalted position that he occupies look down upon his traducers and maligner and with excellent pride exclaim 4J care not for the venomous gossip clubs drawing rooms and cliques and the poisoned shafts of envy and ol malice I await under the guidance of Divine Providence the verdict posterity The scene in the court room as Ii finished with these words was thrill1 ing The attendance had been argEofill day and at the morning session a lady had fainted from excitement As Mr Itayner began his eulogy ol vdm Schley those in the audienc- many of whom were ladies i forward in their Beats The spell ol his oratory was over them and when he described the admirals gallant deedapndihalong per Won4tfjwAjcHJlu liar be n Subjected many of them wept The members of the ourt displayed evidence of emotion plainn3 leaning back with his hands behind his head His chip tu itched and as his counsel said lx Could afford to await the verdict 01atposterity two big tears rolled chow his checks He moved uneasily tc conceal his emotion and under the pretense of adjusting his glasses brushed the tears aside For fuf30 seconds after Mr Rayncr closed there was not a sound Then t tension broke in a loud burst of altplause Adm Dewey after about half minute arose to remind the spcm 1tutors that such n demonstration was out of place A moment afterward the court adjourned the judge advo cate pleaded that he could not wel go on Wednesday Then anoth remarkable thing happened soon as the gavel fell the entire ratt thence surged forward to shake the hands of Adm Sehley and Mr lancr But the oncoming spectators fell back a moment as they saw Adm Dewey and Is two associates toot around the table as if by a common impulse and congratulate 1dr CuptLemlword to join in the congratulations aimhivTheo d acssfor 1 journed Adm Schley and Mr I5vy ner were kept busy shaking hands Washington Nov sAfter sittings covering 40 days and with a rccol which when completed will cover shout 2000 pages the Schley court of inquiry at 345 p m adjourned its last public session To Capt ScTemly the judge advocate had bee assigned the duty of making the closing argument in the case Soon after he had completed his speech Adm Dewey bringing his gavel down upon the biZ flat table said There being no further business the court is adjourned There was only one session during the day It began at 2 oclock and the entire time was devoted to Capt Lemlys address He read his speech in clear and distinct tones and was given careful attention The speech in the main was an analysis of the testimony but occasionally a con elusion was drawn and there wxis criticism of the course pu sued by Adai then Commodore Sehley t 27JIrN I INk ReElected New York Nov 12JThe Wom ans Home Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church re elected Mrs Clinton 3J Fisk as president and Mrs Delia Lathrop Will Hams corresponding secretary Mrsi F A Aiken recording secreiary Mr i George II Thompson treasurer ax Mrs Jane Bancroft Ifobinson first vice oreaident ARRAIGNS GOV D 1 Gutiifor nrckham of dircnsrM a Letter to the eriuir of Xiidlniuu iiFrankfortroCckjhnmo Indiana a letter replying to thei criticisms by that executive of the5t itda honoftlwFinlev wanted for alleged complicity in tlitj i assassination of Jov Goebel life severelyI arraigns Durbin for his re1 final charging that in doing so hejj supporttill4 ntter11thci the history of this state the cold i and dastardly murder of aljt fl ofjKenttlckThe Kentucky executive also charges that GO Durbiifs action inI tiJI palfirbargainto office nnd characterizes his chargesr against the courts and officials off jucciifeable mfsreprtsentationse x JIc takes the stand that the ge v Ilnor Tf a state has no discretionary power 1 hut only ministerial power in the honoring of legally drawn requi sitions from other states and this iis taken here as an indication that steps tourbtohonor the requisitions IfStud fbcon appeal to the supreme court 4 nKilled Uln llrotlierliilnr reachel wealthQy 1itizen was shot and killed in a ca J Soutsii Georgia S Florida West Coast railt tt hIHI teatvs board the train and asked the eon duetor to stop at a Hug station thrcgi 1miters from Clrreniille which was neatt h his farm When the train stopper Hnrb steppeo rm tIlt car lad lied ding it is alleged shot him dead No outer particulars are known Th t ofmen were brothersinlaw and among the most prominent people in this section of the state AViiulM HxfliiMlon let IleI3iinc ril 011lazlcton Pa Nov 12fhoria olioor Workers of this district notified a the local unions under his supervision the wish of National President Mitchell that resolutions be adopts fOavoringexpireednext May These resolutions will be forwarded to congressmen rcptt R senting the people of the anthracite coal HeJLds A delegation of United Mi n etjWorjieranj n3gffntlftrt l t iiexF winter to uppcal to congro s for the reenactment of the exclusior llaw 1iider n New Scale Leominster Mass Nov lTIlC machine tenders employed by the George W Wheelwright Paper Co pni and Harduick the combiner force numbering about 500 men beJgar work upon a 132houraweck sched Ill instead of a 144 hours a week ns ormerlywithout change in wage schedule The agreement is ft i tohree months If at 11l1111 of thaiI 71 per cent of mper mills iin athe country have adopted a similar scale the Wheelwright company will1 make the new schedule permanent liirmvrM Klsrht With IMwtolM Mncoiii Ga Nov 12John Goolsbv prLmiueretl1 parAse fought pistols Monday after noon Fullerton was killed instantlj dyinya lerton suited it Each held it wit 1ui pietaCs lints they fought until Fullertoi fcna lxfs barrelst OT the gun into the dead hotly near him iio Truth In the HIIMUC London Nov 12Jht story civet laced in the United States by a pea ageney under an Amsterdam date purporting ti rive the peace tern dtvLich the lioers are willing to a cept and alleging that they are to l cst embodied in a formal document foi circulation among the powers WH ftmill l o prnpalcr i by th Boer delegates at The Hague Drop in UiItiaiirnncc San Francisco Nov fThe over due steamship floanoke on whtcli re iinsure for several weeks pat has been quoted at 3JO pel cent was sighted on September Ui in latitude 01 south longitude 154 west Tlu Roanoke is out 112 days from Nor folk with a orygo of coal consigner to the Mare Inland navy yard Or receipt of the news the rate Tor re insurance dropped from 30 to S Jpel cent itOlymplus lllr1ntisI0l11p10repairs at the Boston yard will put in commission December is a- be assigned to the North Atlantici She will ofAdmInrmerV Union lit Sennltm I Caibondale Ill Nor 12Thp annual general assembly of the Farm hedsalt and purchase through l nfarmon farms R r rN C RATHBUN CAUGHT Man Supposed to Have Died in Jeffersonville Ind Still Alive fi W CollcetaUmxurritt j t iromthe Army ir v Louisville Ky Nov 12 Newell C havelieenfindj hotel last Thursday law been arrested here According to liath bun the corpse which was shipped to Little Rock for burial was time Ibody of AY L Ten Eyke The police pay Itathbun has confessed to de section from the United States artny and to having formed a plan to fraudulently collect 1000 insurance on his life but that Ins denies having killed 1the man who died in the Jefferson rills hotel llathuun is held as a fugitive from- stice The arrest was made on informa lion from Sergt Skinner of the Unit States recruiting station Itathbun enlisted under the name of Lou toot Detroit crgt Skinner had read the story of the Jeffersonville case and cir cumstances connected with the new recruit aroused his suspicions Opt of those was the fact that the man Imd on a government suit of under wcar lie said he had bought the garments from a soldier friend Another circumstance was his knowl edge of ariny affairs about Lfltlc rItock Saturday he passed the cx animation and enlisted At the detectives oflicc Rnthbim ijvas put through the sweating pro ijoss and under pressure made the following statement according to his rj inquisitors My name is Newell C IVathbun and my home is in Little Hock Ark jSeveral mouths ago I descried from the army punt at Plattsburg N Y iaj company with another recruit by the name of W II Ellis T soon lost jsight of him and went on to Little aftrrilMt Is I rime to Louisville about ten m a fU and formed a jplan to make bin1 orange company think I was ea k o that II could collect the in SJlfi j 1 teal in with a man tt hoennte was W L Ten Eke nlii the Salvation army head yitartt rR in Louisville and told him olniy plan and he agreed to help me hlr plant was to obtsiin a corpse from sane place put it in a hotel in Jef ifersoiiville and then set fire to the hotel While we were In JcfTcrson andf1nlctita w wirenormltt tlTltJkii r put+ the lotteas addressed to me in his poclvet and left T did not kill him Efthen saute to Louisville and went to the recruitiiii office anti enlisted My real home is in Detroit 4hc police are trying to establish the identityof time dead mUll One ot their theories is that he was n tramp that Kathbun had fallen in wilh The police have telegraphed t lfthf Little noel authorities to holJ the corpse A gold watch hear inlthe namcoW II Ellis was found on Kathbun He reposed to saynthe handwriting of Lou Root tLc recruit was very similar to the sig nature 1V L Ten Eyke on the Itjffersonville hotel register Coots of Jeffersonville troner he examined the stomach of the dead than and found traces of eilcTugii laudanum to kill two uteri The Louisville detectives think that fbexinaii fount lead in the Tefferson tills hotel Thursdaytwos Charles Utfoilman of Evansville Ind Sooil tlfati left the Sahiition army head qlYitersjl1 Louisville Wednesday tht saying he was going to Indiana and tens never returned It is said the description of Gffodmaa and that of the man who was afterward found dead tally i TlirciitPiiIiiB AVooilw Fire Washington Nov 12Fire that swept the yoods for a considerable nreinwar Cleveland park just beyond tilt city lituit foru time threatened tit destroy the summer home of Adm Dewey and time former country home of former President Cleveland It stttltA finally extinguished without dam 1age except to the woods iI1Utn Support Iilt Wife Deadwood S IX Nov 12 Judge Moore has granted a decree of di vorce to Mrs Sophia Harrison East man a sister of Mayor Carter 11 Harrison of Chicago from Barrett Eastinan a well known Chicago joiirmilist The divorce was granted upon the grounds that JEastman had failed to support his wife s In Queen Alexandria Crown London Nov 12Iing Edward has decided to have time celebrated loh1 yoorJrdiamoml mounted in the crown ofj Queen Alexandra for the corona tion tEClllle Shaft Iliirucd Spring Valley Nov 11The scope Buafts to No 1 mine burned down 0btnC10r000 to the Spring YalleprCoatGo Tlfcre were 30 miners at worlc lxloye but they escaped Seven hundred menu are thrown out of work r b lJlutrl titrike tt rrted Sa- alrautoni aa ZO 1lrhe com munitv is greatly relieved by the ac rer lnsaingthc alleged blacklisted men aria thereby averting a strike of Its il5OO + i ii l 4 J JATOld the Alllcntor thelittleI I timeI I he stopped the first person he chanced t I see who happened to be the janitor andl fired this at him Vat was dot leedle box ting vat calks people oop dcr stairs etooden till1 Oh thats the elevator was the answer Oh dats vat idt is is idt I haf a pock etbook made offen derneel uf one uf doze He tried a ride but didnt like it Then he saidI could told my wife nefer to eo in mit bybandI paifororWestPersons e RoadIhis rate attentiont and second class passengers by I coloredattendants Time dining car scrrtc of the Nickel Plate Road is above criticism andenables the traveler to obtain meals at from thirtyfive 35 cents to 100 but higherThe senice is the usual high grade standard Semiweekly transcontinental tourist cars ply between Atlantic and Pacific Coasts Confer with nearest agent of the Nickel Plate toad S- Poor CkumplefKh exclaimelittlewheaMrlUestofoftbattoldma vouwereme eveningPhiladelphPressp Mode for Each Other EdithI heat that you and Fred are anotherBertha Edith bu really I believe Fred and I were made fo togetherthreei wasclearlyInformation AVnnfed queerlookingFarmer Ilnvruc The are the cows that su I creamOh are the cow llyXStrong Jim Miss Touriate You have some strong and rugged types of manhood out ia this countryStage Yans miss we hew men out here thet dont think its nuthin t hold u a railroad train Ohio Stoic Journal Truth lu Advertising Mr Gcttit Well that place where we boarded this summer advertised the truthanyway noveltyleg ra taken jnDetroit Free Press Kroia Experience Paws weatherstrips arc felt said De sic as she examined the door So are his shingles sobbed Tomm who had been caught smoking in the woo shed Chicago Daily News That Settled It Brinkcrhqff I thought you intended to become a piano virtuoso ny9thafu Eagle 1iiMt n Hisinner societylieOh youLTeacher Yes revive means to come to Now make a sentence containing that word Bright lielf one apple cost three cents whatll four apples revive Philadelphia Press loroipner In i undenrondr representaticAmerican e tsought him = Ohio State Journal theydeceivethem In driving storms the clouds hold thejrains Philadelphia Record keepsChlago Straw Show Which War the X7a4 Blows and the constantly increasing demand for StJacobsi every part of the civilized world show con foropains Facts speak louder than words and the fact remains undisputed that tho sale of St Jacobs Oil is greater than all other 4 coinbipedeverything else fails conquers pain Comforting Improvement Pinchbeck Ah doctor I see you eon = tinue your visits to my neighbor Guffinger morningDoctor a noticeable improvement in his case yetYeshis t bill yesterday and thats a marked improver pas lie Escaped goryeEurope summer McJigger Well 1- yearnbesideshe was in Europe last summer Exactly because as I told you I sax him first there Philadelphia Press dtDont Iny for Another Dinner Order what you want pay for what you order is the unique way in which the Lackawanna Railroad is advertising its new diningcar service The aptness of the phrase is apparent when it is understood that the traveler may order from the most hedoesmeals are served individually from 35 cents to 100 so that table dhote anda la carte features are virtually combined All rLouis l noninCurestlabsihow this specific recalls the remark of a distinguished American that six feet ofr gravel is the only cure for hay fever Nor lulk Reflector 3 Best for the Hoircln No matter what ails you headache to sJ ourbowelsproducereasy movements cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back putupstamped on it Beware of imitations lard to identity That is Jimmys hair said the Foot nftprpthe game and this is Billys nose and tins is Toms ear and this eyebrow belongs to young Rusher but IIcant identify this linger to save me Baltimore American To Cure a Cold In One Dny Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Al druggists refund moneyIf itfails to curcSSc Only unit the Battle Brown Are you anything of a linguist understandegolf yacht baseball and emDetroitFreayPressd r PUTNAM dissatisfiedrefundIOeMonroe Drug Co UnJonville Mo jrill iIIi Grimes tunny that when a person becomes overheated he is likely to cutch cold Hurris And when a man takes cold his apt to be feverish Boston Transcript Pisos Cure is the best medicine we ever andpings1VnmFeb 10 1900 sDont wait for opportunity to call on you DatilXCWL byrTarenotinclinedord Children arc becoming better and par eats are becoming more sensible AtcUisoa Globe I A third person always tells Atchisoa Globe V Mrs Kate Berg Secretary Ladies Aux iliary of Knights of Pythias No 58 Com 4 AftetFiveY E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound 1 rr DEAR MRS PINKHAM Whatever virtue there is in medicine to be concentrated in 4 EtableCompoundpainfulmenstruationhadno charms form Only three bottles of meFbecamehardly when I am sick Some of my friends who have used your Compound for uterine and ovarian troubles all have the anJblessBERG GENUIKilXTTlwomen are troubled with r menstruation weakness 1 nfiaei 4 comb that bcaringdoyw1l feeling inflammation or ulceration of thoJof the ovaries backachebloating or flatulence general debility indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such lassitudeexcitability allgonethey should remember there isone s hopelessn ss t LydiaPullcalams E Refuse to buy other once removes such troublesany medicine for you need the best Mrs Pinklmm invites all sick women to writeShe has guided thousands to health Address Lynn her Mass for advice ti- S f rr 4 FEEEDOMi FROMi SIN Dr Talmage Depicts Struggle of Liberationo Taken Test trout Irovcrli mid Show the Gnod Angel and the Und VictoryJOver the Soul f Copyrlgbtw1DDL byLouis KJopzch N Y- In this discourse Dr Taltnage de picts the struggle of a man who desires liberation from the enthrallment of evil and shows how he maybe set free text Proverbs 2335 e When shall I awake I will seek it yet again With an insight into human nature such as no other man ever had Solomon in these words is sketching the mental processes of a man who has I stepped aside from the path of rectitude and would like to return Wishing for something better he says When shall 1 awake When shall I get over this horrible night mare of iniquity But seized upon by an uneradieated appetite and pushed down hill by his passions he cries out I will seek it yet again I will try it once more About a mile from Princeton N J there is a skating pond One win ter day when the ice was very thin a farmer living near by warned the young men of the danger of skating at that time They nil took the warning except one young man He in the spirit of bravado said struckkhis lifeless body was brought up And t in all matters of temptation and al lurement it is not a prolongation that is proposed but only just one more indulgence just one more sin Then comes the fatality Alas forth one round more 1 will seek it yet again Our libraries are adorned with ele r= gant literature addressed to young men pointing out to them all the dan gers and perils of lifecomplete maps of the voyage of lifethe quicksandsButv shipwrecked suppose he is already oil the track suppose he tins already gone astray how can he get back That is a question that remains un answered and amid all the books of the libraries 1 find not one word on that subject To that class of per sons I this day address myself You compare what you are now with what you were three or four years ago and you are greatly dis heartened You are ready with every passion of your soul to listen to a discussion like this Be of good cheer Your best days are yet to 4come I offer you the hand of welcome and rescue 1 put the silver trumpet of the gospel to my lips and 1 sUJingVhosoec1 let him come now The church of God is ready to spread a banquet upon your return and all the hierarchs of Heaven fall into line of bannered procession over your redemption Years ago and while yet Albert Barnes was living I preached in his pulpit one night to the young men of Philadelphia In the opening of my discourse I said 0 Lord give me one soul tonight At the close of the service Mr Barnes introduced a young matt saying This is the young man you prayed for But 1 see now it was too limited a prayer So far as God may help me I 1pro pose to show what are the obstacles to your return and how you are to surmount those obstacles The first difficulty in the way of your return is the force of moral gravitation Just as there Is a natural law which brings down to earth anything you throw into the air so there is a cor responding moral gravitation I never shall forget a prayer I heard a young man make in the Young liens Christian association of New York With trembling voice and streaming eyes he said 0 God Thou knowest how easy it is for me to do wrong and how hard it is for me to do right God help me That man knows not his own heart who has gravitation In your boyhood you had good asso ciates and bad associates Which most impressed you During the last few years you have heard pure anecdotes and impure anecdotes Which the easiest stuck In your memory You have had good habits and bad habits ea3i1Jield1be resisted Just as you may pick up anything from the earth and hold it in your hand toward heaven just so by the power of Gods grace a fallen soul may be lifted toward peace toward pardon toward salvation The force of moral gravitation is in everyone of us but also power in Gods grace to overcome that The next thing orceII return is the power of evil habitt 1 know there are those who say it is very easy for theta to give up evil hab w its I cannot believe them Here is s man given to intoxication who knows it is disgracing his family destroying his property and ruining him body mind and soul If that man an intel ligent man lend loving his family could give up that habit would he not d- oUJThe fact that he does not give a it up proves that it is hard to give it up It is a very easy thing tosail down tr l1mthe tide carrying you with jjireat force but suppose you turn the 11 boat up stream is it sc easy then to I row ft1 As long as we yleld to tin evil inclfnitJions in our heart and pur bail habits we are sailing toII origamibut tfuJ moment we tr3 J tiara yye put our boat JB the rapids i er just above Niagara and try to row up stream A physician tells his patient that he must quit the use of tobacco as it is destroying his health The man replies I can stop that habit easy enough He quits the use of tha weed He goes around not knowing what to do with himself lIe cannot add up a column of figures he cannot sleep nights It seems as if the world had turned upside down Ill feels his business is going to ruin Where he was kind and obliging he is scolding anti fretful The composure that charac terized him has given way to a fret ful restlessness and he has become a complete fidget What power Is it that has rolled a ware of woe over the earth and shaken a portent in the heavens He has quit tobacco After awhile hs says I am going to do as I please The doctor does not under stand my case I am going back to my old habits And he returns Everything assumes its usual composure TheIecomes an attractive place to live in His children seeing the difference hail the retur of their fa thers genial disposition What wave of color has dashed blue into the sky and greenness into the mountain foil age and the glow of sapphire into the sunset What enchantment has lift ed a world of beauty and joy on his soul He has resumed tobacco The fact is we nil know in our own experience that habit is a taskmaster As long as we obey it it docs not chas Use us but let us resist and we find that we are lashed with scorpion whips and bound with ship cable and thrown into the track of bonebrenking Jug gernauts Suppose a man of five or ten or twenty years of evildoing resolves to do right why are all the forces of dark ness allied against him He gets down on his knees in the midnight and cries God help me He bites his lip lie grinds his teeth He clinches his fist in a determination to keep to his pur pose He dare not look at the bottles in the window of a wine store It is oue long bitter exhaustive handto hand fight with inflamed tantalizing merciless habit When he thinks he is entirety free the old inclination pounces upon Julia like a packof hounds all their muzzles tearing away at the flanks of one poor reindeer In Paris there is a sculptured rep resentation of Bacchus the god of revelry lie is riding on a panther at full leap Oh how suggestive Let every one who is speeding on bad ways understand he is not rid ing a docile and wellbroken steed bu that he is riding n monster wild nUll bloodthirsty and going at a leach leap I have also to say ifa man wants to return from evil practices society repulses him The prodigal wishing to return tries to take some profes sor of religion by the hand The professor of religion looks at him looks at the faded apparel and the sparks of dissipation and instead of giving him a firm grip of the hand offers him the tip end of the longer fingers of the left hand which is equal to striking a man In the fact Oh how few Christian people understand how much gospel there is in a good honest handshaking Some times when you have felt the need of encouragement and some Chris thin man has taken you heartily by the hand have you not felt thrilling through every fiber of your body mind and soul an encouragement that was just what jou needed The prodigal wishing to get into good society enters a prayer meet ing Some good man without much sense greets him by saying Why are you here You are about the last person that I expected to see in a prayer meeting Well the dying thief was sawed and there is hope for you You do not know anything about this unless you have learned that when a man tries to return from evil courses of couduct he runs against repulsions innumerable 1 think also that men are often hindered from returning bj the fact thit churches arc anxious about their membership too anxious about their denomination and they rush out when they see a man about to thc up sin and return to God and ask him how he is going to be bap tized whether b3 sprinkling or im mersion and what kind of a church he is going to join It is a poor time to talk about Presbyterian catechism and Episcopal liturgies and Metho dist love feasts and Baptist immer sions when a man is about to come out of the darkness of sin into the glorious light of the Gospel Why it reminds me of a man drowning in the sea and a lifeboat puts out for him and time man in the boat says to the man in the water Now if I get you ashore are you going to live in my street First get him ashore and then talk to him about the nonessentials of religion Who cares what church he joins if he only joins Christ and starts for Heaven Oh you my brother of illumined face nnd a hearty grip for hizItion shake the book remembering that he that convertcth a sinner from the error of his ways shall save la soul from death and hide a multi tude of slnsv Sow I have shown you these obstacles because 1 want you to understand r know all the difficulties in the way But 1 am now going to tell you how Hannibal may scale the Alps and how the shackles may be unriveted and how the paths of virtue forsaken may be regained First of all throw yourself on God Go to Him frankly and earnestly and tellHirathesehabits you have and ask Him if there is any help naU the resources of omnipo tent love to give it to you Do not ffo on with a long rigjmarole ybich ome people call prayermadeup pj I ohs and ahs nnd forever and forever helpII was at Antietam with other members of the Christian commission to look after the wounded 1 went into the hospital after the battle and 1 said to a man Where are you hurt He made no answer but held up his arm I swollen and splintered 1 saw wlierr I whtnII do is to hold it up before a sympathetic Lord and get it healed It does not take any long prayer Just hold up the wound It is no small thing whn a man is nervous and weak and ex hausted coming from lis evil ways to fee that God puts two omnipotcrt arms about hint and says Young man 1 will siland by yru The mountains may depart rid the hills be removed but I will never fail you And then as the soul thinks the news is too good to be true and cannot believe it and looks up in Gods face I God lifts His right hand and takes an affidavit makes an oath saying As I live saith the Lord I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked Blessed be God for such Gospel as this Cut the slices thin says the wife to the husband for there will not be enough to go around for all the children Cut the slices thin liles ed be God there is a full loaf for everyone that wants it Bread and enough to spare No thin slices on the Lords tableI that while living in Phil adelphia at the time I spoke of a minute I ago the vaster Street hospital I was opened and a telegram was received saying There will be 300 wounded men tonight Please take care of them From n 3 church there went out 20 or 30 men anti woiiu a As the poor wounded men wore brought in no one nuked them from what state they came or what was their parent age There was a wounded soldier and the only question was how to take off the rags most gently and putt oil the cool bandage and administer the cordial And when a soul conies to God He does not ask where yon came from or what your ancestry was Heal ing bRIm for all your wounds pardon for all your guilt comfort for all your troublesThen also I counsel you if you want to get back quit all your bad associates One unholy intimacy will fill your soul with mural distemper In all the ages of the church there has not been an instance where a mac kept one evil associate and was re formedamong the 1000000000 of the race not one instance Give up your bad companions or give up heaven It is not ten bad companions that destroy a man nor five bud companions nor three but one What chance is there for the young man I sow along the street four or the young men with him in front of a grogshop urging him to go in he resisting vehemently resisting until after awhile they forced him to po ill IIt was n summer night and the door was left open and 1 saw the process They held him fast and they put the cup to his lips and they forced down the strong drink What chance is there for such a young man I counsel you also to seek Christian advice Every Christian man is hound tohelp you If he declines to help you he Is not a Christian Now gather up all your energies of body mind and soulstud appealing to God for success declare t1Lis Jay ever lastingwar against ulleil in fluences A half work will amount to nothing it must be a Waterloo Shrink back nowand you are lost Push on and you are saved A Spar j tan general fell at the very momentjj of victory but he dipped his finger InI I j I rockIconquered Though your struggle to get rid of sin may seem to be almost aI Idea th struggle you can dip your finger j jI in your own blood and write on the Rock of Ages Victory throughour Lord Jesus Christ Some one said to a Grecian gen eral What was the proudest moment of your life He thought aI proudlstIj i moment was when I sent word home j to my parents that 1 lend gained tIe jvictor3 And the gladdest and most brilliant moment in your life will be the moment when you can send wordI to your parents that you have con quered the evil habits b3 time grace of God and become eternal victor Oh despise not parental anxiety The time will come when YOU will have neither father nor mother and you will go around the place where they used to watch you and find them gone from the house and gone from the field nnd gone from the neighbor hood Cry as loud for forgiveness as you may over the mound in the churchyard they cannot answer Dead Dead And then you will take out the white lock of hair that was cut from your mothers brow just before they buried her and you will take the cane with which your father used to walk and you will think and think and wish that you had done just as they wanted you and would give the world if you hat never thrust a pang through their dear old hearts God pity the young man who has brought disgrace on his fathers name God pity the young man who has broken his mothers heart Bet ter that he had never been born Bet ter if in the first hour of his life in stead of being laid against the warm bosom of maternal tenderness he had been coffined and sepulchered There is no balm powerful enough to real the heart of one who hes brought parents to a sorrowful grave and who wanders about through the dismal cemetery crying Mother mother Oh that today by all the memories of the past aai by all the hopes of the future you would yield yourfathersbe your God forever With many millions of families Syrup of Figs has become the ideal 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latex ure S H Stone Kd Greene J j H Craft John A Stratton and Mr1 tit rne lritUltl is hacked ur Com nlissioner lerkes anti tray one or those who rvyrtftuv the president Monday Former Coy Uradley and Representa tit Borcyitj favored Mr Craft who i is a lawyt randwas a gold democrat a few cars when he became a I Itp11lbenntilI Sapps rcapppintment but failing in this they are opposed to Mr Craft II Mr Trufin presented a telegram feigned by George Weissinger Smith Albort SpiesjjjGeorge 11 Newman jr and Alfred Seligman four members of the republican state committee nsing that no nation be taken until tJseycould be heard To this the president agreedIII T II lnker postmaster at louis j i lilt and asked for his rcappoint ItrnrdiJ1gihtII president flitl definitely thnt he would not appoint Col Stone and asked the Kentnckians to try and agree on a man If thy can not do so i it is said to be nearly certain that the president will appoint Mr Craft or Gen la il puke rCol Stone is a brother of former Gar Stonr of Missouri Leslie Cbojnbs Iuilcd States pen i sinn agent for Kentuckywho is Iii regarding the collect orship fell on time street mill broke hiM leg jfJ Louisville Ky Nov 12oJllem ing the report from Washington that I i resident Ttooscvelt may appoint I Gen IJasil fluke to the vacant Ken I I tiKky eolJlltClrllipof internalI rev enue gen Duke has attthoried the statamOJit that this as the first in I j i tinmtion that hP had had of such a j thing and under no I circumtlmctsIIcould he accept theJlo FOUGHT IN CHURCH r lhtu1wrI L litivtl nod nXmt1nrt1t j ipntit WIIN Shot unit liinfiuitly J I1IcI Hopkinsvillc Ky Nov 11 While services were in progress at a colored Baptist church at Itrsley town in South Cliriation Sunday morning Henry Davio ands hie Allen in a jew in the rear of the building quarreled Unit theta a pistol and fired at Men The bullet sped wide of the mark and piererd the heart of Jerry Wilson who was sitting on the opposite side of the church Death WIB instanta neous Davfc was surrounded by the con gregation who held him prisoner un til the arrival of the coroner and Olivers KENTUCKY CROP REPORT hate Over Hell n Crop or Corn lVi Hnrv v te l Highly Per Cent Crop oC Wheat linked Frankfort Kyov 9lhecrop report of the season was is sued Friday by the Kentucky agricul tural department after time harvest ing of nil crops It stows that omtl 54 per cent aFa crop of corn wn harvested and that 80 per cent of crop of wheat was raised of which 4 per cent is still in the hands of tin- raisers The hemp and tobacco crops especially in the dark tobacco district were good Ninetysix per cent of a crop of hemp was liar vosted and the quality of tobacco is placed at 10 per cent Federation of Lnbor Lexington Ky Nov 1The Ken tucky branch of the American Fed oration of Labor began its session of the second annual convention here Matters to be discussed anti which will be brought before the incoming legislaturei will be time establishment of a state bureau of labor child labor and inspectors of factories The Chinese exclusion law will expire inI May and that matter will receive at r tentiont= Collision of Street Curs CalIetU renrsend collisionf on the local division of time Camden street railway in this city severely injured Conductor Al bert JUggs and Mrs Eliza May a passenger Other passengers nvene F bruised Stabbed the Mitiinior R lutz Ky Nov 9G W Kstcpp 10 years of age and for five years X pastor of the Baptist church here was stabbed to death by MarionI i Daniels Kstepp preached n sermon ktfiatSunday which Daniels charged I F ss directed at him Vemp AVurclioanc nt Aloholanvlllr L JsA Ipughridge tile lending hemp buys in the Tiluc Grass is to erect iu Nicholasvitlei a hemp warehouse winch will holcL 1000000 pound ofihcillr t STATUE UNVEILED Memorial to TliomttN Jefferson Xovr- Stuiiils in the Court Ynril In loiiiNvillc Louisville KJ Nov lir1 statue of Thomas Jefferson the gift of 1- W and II Jernheim to the city of jouisille was unveiled in front qf the courthouse Saturday afternoon in the presence of n large assemblage Former Gov William O Pradloy thcduyfIThough s through example he lives through his teachings lie lives in the declaru tion he lives in the great university he lives in the freedom of religion the liberty of conscience the allem bracing freedom that now blesses the people of this country and he lives 1in the hearts and minds of his coun trymcn His is indued one of the fey the immortal mimes that were dicI the Gycarold daughter of Ut Iernluniii pulled the cord to release the covering of the statue The figure represents Jefferson with the Declaration of Independence in his right hand- Following the singing of the Star Spangled 3aiiuer the statue was bJIwas jutsum lie was tendered arc ception in the evening at the Louis hotel under the auspices of the Iille club Many prominent citizens and their wives were Ipresent THE TURF SCANDAL lime Committee Appointed to Invtt tlKiilc It Held n Secret tlvrtiiiKT nt lexlllJtuli Lexington Ky Nov DThe com mittee appointed by thoroughbred breeders to further investigate the turf ftoandal in this city held a secret session of several hours Fri day Trainer Dan OUrieu who be fore the first investigation commit hnIl at the Kentucky association course that a colt might be Hold to Clarence beforeiHal P Headier Dr n M liryan and U D Wilson were other nit J nesei Allof the members committed Ihuqiselvcs1 iff sgwgey qo till t4sa imo lty Friday One admitted that it was sensational thereby strengthen ink n report that tired of bearing all the blame Olirien would impli cute others The committee wint i newt again Wecluesday It will also sulmil the ease to the grand jury I I when it convenes t i PASSED THE CENTURY MARK llrm KHrnJ clli InrrlKin IN ItflicvoU to ISe the Olilcnt rcrson in lli State nl iitiicky Albany Ky toy 12 Clinton coun ty bears the distinction of having till oldest living person in the state off 1 Kentucky Mrs ISIizjibeth Iarrigin who lives two ruffles north of Albany is 101 years and 10 months old She was born in Sullivan county Tonnes see January 11 17U7 and moved to this county in the fall of 1S S where site has since resided Site has lived in three centuries thelUnited States Mrs Iarrigan can re- Cite natty incidents of her childhood She ir in fair health She can speak languageVShe lives with her greatgrandson judgtLof this county and has meld oflicc yearseOld Knetory Ilnniril Louisville Ky Nov 11lime plant formerly used fby the Louisville Slash I Barrel Cooperage Co at Ninth and Zane streets a twostory brick mud frame building 00 by 200 feet was destroyed by lire Two rur loads of lumber were also burned Several factories in the neighborhood were in danger and the whole fire depart meat Was calledout The building and machinery being old the damage was only placed at 12000 SluifrnrH In Treasurer Lancaster Ky Nov 12O W Shugars an influential young repub Bean was appointed treasurer of iarrad county by tlC county court The vacancy was ceased by the resig nation of W II Kincaid 1iirnouiiec lluriicil Shelbyvillc Kj Nov JFire de stroyed the parsonage of the loll Run Presbyterian church one of the oldest in the state situated six miles north of this place Loss 5000 partially insured Vote AVan n Tie Maysvillc Ky Nov 11The vote for police judge nt Dover was a tie between Editor Stirs of the News I and Edward Curran of the Messen gel The contest was decided by lot and Curren got the office on the first thaw 1 lie Clulnin Krnntl- i i Inc7 Ky Nov tAm Williamson democratici nominee for sheriff scan allltgtSrJIIJI i if proxrd will elect lint by over 100 i i niuiorilAt r RECIPROCITY UNLIKELY Mnrknl Change in rulilii Opinion ItcKartlliiKT n Ioiiej In invor of Trusts j It was but a reV weeks hetathe Louisiana Sugar Planters asSatioti adopted stalwart resolutions against reciprocity with Cu1alAe- carillg that it was the enterwedge of free trade that would admit all sugar free to this country an luring about the downfall of th sW qJhliouJ r nttee the situation looked rather alarming The west had 3eclarodMp parently with great unanimity in Ea vor of reciprocity under the hjjpof that this would aid it to sell itsprpO nct in Cuba and South Atneriett aril thexugatr trust and other capitalI who have recently invested COBSQC er able money in Cuban plautnutoi + were anxious to get their sugar Unto this country free or pay u lower U T The sentiment in favor of rcciprqSJy appeared very strong nailits uVtst president was known to kayo n U a iug in that direction he wan Cotton to recommend the adoption qleiI policy of reciprocity in his mes a Jx ntI n continuation of the poUcjrajiti lined by President McKinley ilii s last speech nt HutTulo i But in the last few weeks ftfiie1 hAs Jieen a complete cluiiirw ant1st ha situation which has postponed aI CIltlllCLS Of reciprocity at east trit1c Cuba for years Two facts EVft strongly imprened all persons whoi were in nay doubt on this subject First that the most ardent shotigrs for reciprocity were thoroughly pelf ish and expected to make fortunes by getting their sugar in free Scondly thud the government w oul auf fer in revenue from reciprocity anii that ninny American industries aiid home producers but partScularlythe tobacco growers of the Pacific cpast sugar planters of Louisiana 8il Texas and beet sugar farmers offflid northwest woithl be sacrificed mnfrtly to benefit the sugar and totiatco trusts The protests from till tlitterred industries have not Leon Vmlfi out their effect and the UalOblhlYlt shown by the sugar trust to innhlfniiqz its monopoly and crush out all gn petition hums converted many wajpr ing perouite who do not care tunic 5 th hf11HISIThIfIf t0fj a no reason why we should favor+ J1 E Cuban planters at the expense o 9n IiOfrjt procity o having the eiretyjfift bringing Cuba into the union wffifth they desire would have exactly Qr4 contrary effect If the uhans EJ if heir sugar into the United Stfrasj free of uU dutllirwpr EB trM i hd riivrlt- the iisland at the expense if tiikllttl1 try and strengthen time inddpendfnfc government in power There wo kt be no incentive for annexation fhjf Cubn while still independent nod gjfl crning ilself would secure nnW advantages that annexation could gfve it But if kept out in the cold if WW that it cannot grt its sugar into the cited States free of duty oept through annt xal inn theI entFnienti iu favor of annexation will iris argtid arw steadily stronger Mr nOlfJtown persons lejtn ibag to reciprocity has been somewhat J weakem by these argument hut still more so by the interviews ho Tia recently had with senatora ijd repi res entatives He has found a Ilargtf majority of them pnriucuinrly of time republican leaders opposed to rccifi proeity of the style proposed by thej ugar trust The recijrocSty outlined by Mr McKinley and favored in tht republican platform must not Ueprep stunt c Dnlzell told the presidontf bring injury to a single Amcrfcan hrOi dueer that is it must be reciprocity in such product = as we do not raie ourselves ss- it x is now announced that the pies i dent will nut recommend in his message the adoption of the reciprocity treaties and will favor none savethosc that carry no injury to American in terest This may be considered tlii1 settling the mattert as reciprocity could get through congress only through the backing of the president and even then it was in doubt With Mr IJoosevelt lukewarm if not in imp = position with the republican leaders chunkingin the interest of trusts reciprocity may be regarded as dead for the pros enl The change iis remarkable because it was decidedly In the ascendant only a few weeks agoX 0 Times Democrat theUnitedcongressmen anti senators that the sentiment for free trade is a bigger thing than oonj giveiFbefore1 given again Its not too much to say that the United States senate instead of being regarded as it was atone time with veneration and admiration is oflourbody in thebjnr1iid 9ingj mass Minneapolis Timeiii i So far as the republican politi cians are concerned President Moose velt is plcaesandregartllessowill be pleased to give short shrift to i- stflocIlannas whose bossism has long been a scans itherejoice to feebrought to an endthln Argus 11q r- r FORSEEING EXTRAVAGANCE Subsidy GrulilxMM mid olil yi tn Al ready Knocking nt the Dour of CoHKicnn It is barelyI n decade since the high water mark uf federal ixpenditures was reached in the famous billiondol Inr iun fres Since then Wt IIIITC 1 left the billiondollar limit far in tint rear At the present rate of annual iincrease it will not he lung before some con gress assumes the title of twobillion going down into history ax the marker Of a new era in national extravagance f The remark of Representative Mc rn11of the ways and menus commit tel in speaking of the growing treasury surplus is apt and forceful 1 suppose says MrI McCall that eon gress will want to spend it That is always the tendency where there is plenty of money If this committee man had card to go into details he could Immure pointed out that lobbyists and subsidy grabbers ofevery tiejjree are Already knocking at the door off the new congrep for KIHMK of money that inlhe aggregate would not only wipe out the treasury surplus hut would leave a deficit The American people are in nowise disputed to be niggardly in providing for all needful expenditures to meet the nation marvelous expansion This is far from saying that they will look with tolerance upon any tendency to ward prodigality supply because the revenues are piling up iu unparalleled volume As Mr McCall says the tend ency to pnd freely iis always strong er when the treasury public of emirate s full to overflowing The tend ency is even Stronger where the spendthrifts are handling impersonal funds that iis money belonging to a government or a corporate entity where the responsibility of financial management must be intrusted to in dividuals There will b sharp and it is to be hoped effective criticism iipoi every action of the new congress tending to show that this inclination toward national eMravagaree has reached the point of recklessness There iis as much need for sound ecsiooinywith n full treasury a = wiiha light one 1rcd iigality in any form will only strength en the criticsi who are even row Contending i hat a too full national treas ury may becomp dangerous- It will he the ptrt of OIHU econom ic wioin in enact such measures in the next oonftrfs aQ win niiui tIlt treasury surplus by lijrhteiiinjr taJ tion without in any degree impairin the available funds for all the r iN of go vtrmmnt Chicago Chronicle HOLDING ITS OWN nemoerMoy IN In n Inlr Vjiy Jo Int Ill 11 Croat riKlit- In nut The state ekctlons give no encour rn I w ranizers oD tim- emQlmitellrrpltj IIn time two totes where there was the must to gala or lise Mary lamd and Ilntlwkytb democratic party came to it own A t sited Star ren ator ha beta pained in each of iItse border states- Tammanys defeat in New York city is not a parry defeat It iin tti cone qiienri of Tckifss and aut eratic nii t hue ml1 St1 Louis dennimlIs for fxninpf who overthrew a republican maehiiif lat spring Hvitlr the tell of the indpemlrnt vote felt only geutj fiiation that XI w York etiens wiih ont reltrcJlut party are cal ttbt of ul ininbteriiji n blistering rebuke to in oleni spnilsmfii who hays usrd otVict for ppronilI advantage In Masulntsets Iowa and Ito tfie republican victories were expfcted as was the demiMTatio success in Vie glum Nebraska iis the greatest dt mocratic disappoiiitmrnt It seems that we mint learn thre as we have learned in Kansas and the Dakota that the pop ulist republicans are republicans still with whom alliance offers no rewords in practical politics Democracy iis fully holding its own It will h fill of vigor and aggression before 1104 It needs no new panaceas The organization is sound and the loy alty of voters to the old creed is dem onstrated St Louis IIepubc I A 11v hiachp dspatch any I President Ruoievelt1 is t xp dto in his first nicsiKige to eongnss upon which he iir now at work Ito talc a- very strong stand in favor of reel jirncity That would be in line not only with his own viewsI but entirelyI in consonance with the last speech made by the late president rrei tnt Kocsevelt will not however be apt to male any specific recommendation as to rates and article upon whch con cessions should be made by the Iniurt States So long as he sticks to glit tering generalities President Home melt will nut offend the most sensitive taste Reciprocity without any specific n commendations will be en tirely satisfactory tto tthe most hide bonnd protectionist Albany Argus Itooscvelt appears to have spotted the tariff reform movement as a band wagon chance and he caught the band wagon at the first corner It is either tariff reform or abolition of a large number of schedules Com mercial conditions do not justify f continuation of the rates There iis little to commend the law as it stands and there are numerous rea isons for change Cedar Rapids Ga zette +P tThe Jil1crippledgour trade with South America terri bly by taking hides off the free list where they Lad been for 30 years and imposing a 15 per cent tariff on them This chang e was made at the I theIcattletrtt ivhichha can rihuted enormous sums to the campaign fund of the republican partyAt lanta Journal t = = RELIABLE = R B BREVARD Has a Superior Stock of the best melees of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at tjthrmarketdfiII I ALL GOODS miimm AS RIIPIHINTEI ROOFING A SPECIALTY 1h = = A 1 EIICK3IAN KENTUCKY 1 Capital Stock paid 111f00i Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Ter4tActslCSI o The Funds and Securities of this Bunk are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe f b Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars If 0 CaebleiUaatiLieci g I Iiltj N WAGON CO MAsCitrCCCR1 UF TilE CEJEnn7E eEM41q WAQO Sa HJCKMAN EEJNTUCKY IITttlTIFOlIIIMWl RESTORED The weak made strong hby the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for ail SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous FAILNo1 sults They supply1 the Nerves Brain and Brood with lh more power ECrlllItnlJlI I I Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated R turin K Lost Vital- Ity naturally and ileryoTablefs are the product of tLt+ latest most ptrninRontly skillful slid learned r eareh iu claw1afErla theLiveri ImfuritklEAK and ItmOMEN and oDdTiredVertigoStsuchSKSSiSntwill briny the Bloom of Health to Palo Paces mid pkarare to life Wo could give Thousands of Testimonials but your l ost v ny is to try them We refund time money it a cure Is not PricehueLoulavineSold by Cowgill Cowgill i The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt f oute is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter tharother routes r w jphis saving in distance makes a corresponding saving in time l Cotton Belt twins any Pullmw Sleepers at night Parlor Cafe Cars during the day and Free Chair Cats f both dry and nfjht- I Write and tell us where you are itoln and when you wllllf1vtl an- dy we will tell you the exact con of 1I ticket and send you a complete a I schedule for the trip We will also- I bookPHAUVlTPlUraUL E1FbiUUMErrPIMT St- n tIs Leaves Chicago at 63O p m daily VIA THE f CHICAGO MILWAUKEE 4 ST RAILWAY PAULit Arrives St Paul at 7SO m 1r w 1 1i Minneapolis at330 a m The Only Perfect Train in the World F t 1 wJi ii r 7 i J ir THE STATE ELECTIONS ft The Republican Plurality in Ohio Beats All Records For an Off f Year in the State IOWA GOES REPUBLICAN BY 9600 H The Result in the Legislative Contest t in Maryland Was Almost Without a Parallel TClm JCciitticky Legislature Will Be ijenate 13 Dr13 Dent 2U Rep 1 Iiid llcui =Other StntCH Columbus 0 Nov 7141th almost itLi dItetttlbecomotnwnird with two exceptions mho records of jii r years In tho ore years jv those following a presidential eirlon the democrats have carried Ohio thedi1 r the Cleveland elections In two of i17I d IIItdSRhIn JSSS the democrats never elected a governor of Ohio In any other than an off year since the republican party started and then they won on a local Issue of liq uor taxation paramountthisnotably at Columbus on account oC local 1 option and at Cleveland on account of taxatlonInqualltieswere confronted the republicans made gains and they carried some democratic counties that were never before repre falrrledf the support of President Roosevelt andgthe endorsement of Senator Foraker forr MannaUovvpubllcan side and Col Kilbourne Chair man Duughorty and Secretary Gllllnm on the democratic side agree that the result was due to trend of sentiment on national affairs and none of these six thereatf tiguresI f Chairman Dick I or the republican state committee th returns from the SO cuuntlt in hatlII with only two missing and the two llg counties were estimated front the I newspaper reports with the following re sulta Sixtytwo counties have republican pluralities I aggregating 90810 Twentysix counties have democratic pluralities ag ofsashMl SOOOO plurality for Cither candidates on the republican state I ticket The total vote will not exceed JOu9 but It will not be known ex yTheor two years ago when he was elected by 19023 and the average plurality ot the candidates on the republican state ticket I greatly exceeds that for president lastyear when McKInley and Roosevelt had a plurality in Ohio of 9034 representatives I vennte stands 21 republicans and 12 demo jointballotThe official count will not change these pthej fiIncreaseI ticket Cleveland 0 Nov 7The democrats won a sweeping victory In Cuyahogn i county Tuesday Every candidate on the demccmtic ticketwith the single ex ccptlon of E P Hnttlpld for the short I term judgeshlp was elected by a safe t and In many Instances an overwhelming plurality George C Phillips the republican can didate for common plus judge short term was elected by a plurality of about 1500sFor governor Kilbourne dem ran away behind his ticket His plurality In Cuyahoga county IIs 3WI while the demo trati candidate for lieutenant governor I I led his republican opponent about 2001 vote II From the Different ClUe Cincinnati Nov GTho entire republican ticket was elected In Hamilton county by majorities ranging from 4000 to G001mme bitterest tight was mode against County Auditor Lows for re 1 CieClSOn but while lip ran bthlnd his ticket he still outdistanced his opponent J by several thousand votes Columbus 0 Nov 6 Complete re turns from the city of Columbus give I I Nast rep 13762 Kilbourne tIem 15 010 Kllliournes plurality l2u7 Nash rcwrrled the city two years ago by 2753 jlCllbournes plurality In Franklin county is about 2SOO The democrats have cer J Jnlnly elected two senators and two out of four representatives In Franklin county I The remaining two representatives 1 are In doubt i Fremont 0 Nov 6 Unofficial returns from all pretdncts In Sandusky county J give Nash the county by 7 votes a democratic falling off of about 14 M and a J republican falling off of about 500 The republicans have also elected their can didate for the legislature and claim the entire county ticket J ZanosviHe 0 Nov tX1sh rorrlelIaiuskinKum county by COO a gain I over two years agoIt SanduBky 0 Nov 6 Nashs plurality In Erie county Is t= republican 108s50I iUepubllcan representative Is elected by 15 Judson rep elected senator blMJ or more a gain of one senator i4 MARYLANDo a r otiirn Indicate the ItcnnltUcniin Will Bo Able to Organize theIUouae Senate Democratic f Ralllmorc Nov 7 Returns received In ibis city up to midnight and Including every county In the state partly official and partly estimated Indicate a result In the legislative contest which Is almost without parallel In Maryland The most careful estimates and calculations give the democrats 46 delegates and seven newly elected senators which combined with the ten who hold over In the senate assures the friends of Mr Gorman a total Of 63 on Joint ballot The repub licans it appears have elected 49 dele gates and six senators which added to their three hold over senators gives them a total of 5S on joint ballot These figures Indicate that the republicans will be able to organize the house of delegates The situation In Baltimore city Is a pe culiar one In that the returns In the Second legislative district are In such an Incomplete Atate as to make the result there uncertain as to two legislative can didates The election Judges in two cincts became Involved Tuesday night batoral lots nttd the poll book In the ballot box and turned them over to the supervisors of election with the statement that they declined to sign the returns One of tlu democratic candidates lackeels butvotes of election and Tho republicans seem Inclined to concede ethepreclnctrtmt assert that tile other willl be beaterheo close vote In AlleghanY county hereto tore safely republican by majorities rang Ing from 100 to 2000 The democrats I t have elected their senator and one repub j lican In that count and the result as tothernalBlag four delegate Is clo III St M irys rae nty which had been co- ablered ru doubtful has gone solidly demo IeI 1ofI I I ate ilia I 4 NEW YORKII The Democratic AntlTammanj Forces Will Rehabilitate the Party In renter Ncty York New York Nov 7Mr Seth Low may reedyIn TmesThursdabe the immediate attempt of the demo cratic antlTuramany forces to rehabili bringthispresidentelect of the borough of Maw reoctlonclety The Greater New York democracy reorganization make the effort forthwith to secure to the exclusion of Tammany recognition conventionsThetaken at a meeting tomorrow night which will be attended by representatives of all democratic bodies opposed to Tam ball John McOillough state superintendent nIghtthatto prevent tolations of the election laws and all the Work done by the bureau he roteshadTuesdayCompleteistrict of Greater New York glee Seth Low fusionist candidate for may or 284 9 candidate Lows plurality 9861 candidatefor+ William Laddy his democratic rival 254 Cuslon18tUnofficial returns from every election In New York county glee Wil Travers Jerome fufrfoiilst a lead of 15SSO over Henry W Unger democrat In the race for the district attorneyship IOWA Ultimate Olllcliil Ilctiirnn Will ttlve A II CtintmliiM Hep For Governor About OO00 Des Moines la Nov Wednesdays from the county auditors of Iowa that the ultimate official vote will give A B Cummins the republican elect something like 99000 plu Fourfifths of the counties tissue been officially heard from and a conserv afire estimate of the remainder ia certutu Unofficial returns from the state giveI Cummins 2i4f Phillips 145el1 Cum mins plurality 89I2S TIe returns oil legislature are not complete but the ref publicans have surely made good gains and Increase their already large majorlt by eight or ten UrnIreeffJeEItlaturebanner democratic county In Iow- aPENNSYLVANIA Irnctlcnlly Complete Returns Clr Hnrrl Hep For State Treas urer nJU IMurnlltr Philadelphia Nov 7 Practically com plete returns from the state glue Harris rep for stilts treasurer SZMO plurality und Potter rep for supreme court Judge 1782 plurality The official totals from the few counties In which the vote was Incomplete Wednesday night will no materially alter tho foregoing plurali ties A number of counties have not yet com pleted the returns of the vote on the pro osed constitutional amendments provld for changes In the ballot law but the gures received from twothirds of the tnte indicate that the umendnunts car ried by a big majority although the ag gregate vote on this question toll far bit low that cast for the stato candidates The total vote cast In tho state will up proximate 850000 The total vote out Inat year was 1172210 Two years age the total vote was 7S0501 KI TfCJCY Louisville Ky Nov 7Returns up to 13U Indicate that the next general as- embly In Kentucky which will elect a United States senator will stand Senate 5 democrats IS republicans House 73 democrats 20 republicans 1 Independent democrat In the city elections In Louisville Lexington Paducah Frankfort and other towns of the central and western parts of the state the democratic nominees were successful MIddleeboro Ky Nov 6Col Davit G Colson former congressman from the 11th congressional district was elected to the general assembly of Kentucky by a large majority Colson Is a republican B II Wilson rep was resent Knox and Whitney countiesn the Kentucky legislature C II Dur ban dem was elected county clerk of Bell county MASSACHUSRTTS Boston Nov 7 Revised and corrected returns from the entire state of Maasa chusettss shows that Goy Crane has a plurality of 70116 votes Revised returns for the Ilegislature show that the political complexion will be as follows Senate 33 republicans 7 democrats House ot representatives 145 republicans 73 dem rats 2 social democrats This Is n gain of 2 republican senators and a loss of 15 republican representatives MSIIKASICA Omaha Neb Nov 7Returns from the state Indicate that the women cast n heavy vote a greater part of which went to the fusionists who represented thn antimachine element The latest returns do not Indicate a change In the apparent result from Tuesday night and Sedgwlek rep Is probably elected su preme Judge by a majority of from SOJO to 8000 MISSISSIPPI Jackson Miss Nov 7Returns received from Tuesdays election from 51 counties show that Power had 4033 votes George 1625 Quinn 1520 Eckford 900 and Dial 715 for secretary of state Car lisle has 4500 and Evans 3300 for treas urer It is not believed this lead can be overcome All the candidates are democrat COIOHADO Denver Col Nov 7ln the election of county officers Tuesday in Colorado the republicans won in mOlt of the large counties except Ardpahpe The demo h republicans ferson Boulder Larimer Gtfrln and La Plata counties In many counties the ref sult is mixed RHODE ISLAND Providence R L Nov 7Complete re turns from the IS districts in the state give Gregory rep for governor 26212 plurality63S9In the senate the republicans have elected 31 members the democrats 7 and republicansVIUGIMA Richmond Va Nov 7 OfflcIal and unofficial returns of Tuesijya election do not change the figures attdy given ex edit to Increase the democratic majority on the state ticket It will probably run to 00000 The republicans gain two senators and eight members of the house leaving both branches of the legislature overwhelmingly democratic CONNECTICUT GCoaneeticaclconvention to be held In the state sine ISIS Of the 1GS towns In Joe state 16 leave been heard from showing that rcpublican delegates were elected In 10T nonparjSOUTH DAKOTA Sioux Falls SD oi=The Vvij was light over the suite only circuit publcalloI InI PEACE NOW PREVAilS France Has Received Full Satisfac tion From Turkish Government III i The FrancoTnr luli Dispute IM Zion at An ncJAn Irude to This Effect Una Seen issued By the Sultan I Paris Nov HThc French foreign oflice has announced than the sultan has signed an irade for the execu u tion of his engagements with the French government and that the Franco Turhish dispute is now at an end Tewfik Pasha Ottoman minisc ter of foreign affairs wrote a letter to JL I apst councillor of the French embassy in Constantinople notifying him of the signing of the irade which while settling the original French demands accepts the fresh demands as set forth in a dispatch to the Temps from Constantinople j Friday together with an additional clause by which the sultan pledges to consider as authorized in full right the foundations extensions construction and repairs of the schools anti- religious j and hospitable establish ments which France may desire to carry out if the porte is advised of her intentions and makes no objcct tion within five months i France has thus Jnr received full satisfaction and M Delcasse on the receipt of M IJapsls dispatch telegraphed 1 him to inform Tewfik Pasha that diplomatic relations had been re Kiimed and that M Itapst should consider i himself as regularly charged with the affairs of the embassy i Instructions were also sent to Adm i Caillard at MHylene to reembark the marine and to return to Greek waters which is understood to mon the vicinage of the Island of Syrn CREATED EXCITEMENT The United Slsite4 fiovermuint In Mists tiioii Mediating Itottvvoii Venezuela nml Colombia Willeinsrtnd Island of Curacao Nov 11 Advices received here from Ca4 paeho Viejo dated November 5 army that the report from President Custri 07 to his brother Celestino Castro ipt San Crtxtobal to the effect that tlie United States government insiwtti upon mediating between Venezuela and Colombia caused the greatest excitement among the troops on theII frontier Gen Uribe Uribe und lien ilodesto Castro immediately set outIfor Snn Cristobal to obtain details It seems that Hen Uribe lrihe re fused to believe the report declaring that he had no fears as to the future of the liberal cause because Presi dent nfctro had given him a castiron pledge not to forsake him 1 Should resident Castro prove un true to the liberal cause exclaimed lien Iribc Cl IJUthe result would be his ruin The war will enter Co loiulfiu before Christmas There is considerable feeling against the Castro family among the Colombian liberals and along the frontier in consequence of n wide spread minor that Celestino Castro who is coummander inchief at San Cristobal has been privately selling cattle to the enemy the cattle being j whh ked across the frontier by means of alleged raids of Colombian conserv atives During one of these raids a dozen soldiers were killed on both sides It is saHl that the enttle donned hands at a prearranged price I of 30 per head The blood thus spill ed is charged directly to Celestino Castro by the indignant people of Tachira From San Cristobal Gen Uribe Uribe proceeded to Maracaibo INSURGENT LEADER LUKBAN He AVI11 Sot Surrender Until All of the AiucrlcaiiM Are Withdrawn Front fJamlnrn Manila Nov 11 According to ail vicesi from Catbalogan capital of the Island of Samura Lukban the insurgent leader has sent n message to Gen Smith declaring that he wiIJI not listen to negotiations until all the Americans have withdrawn from the Oaiidani valley Gen Smith has ordered every Amer icon soldier in the Island of Samara and the Island of Lcyte never to ba without arms even at meal times lie is determined that there shall be no in9re surprises and commanding officers will be held responsible Gen Smith also directs that scouting must continue vinccsrantly and that all rice and hemp captured must be de stroyed lIe considers the capture of Lukban only a question of a very short time Disannulled For Life Paris Nov J1C T Boots Dur ncll the American jockey and train er has been disqualified for life by the Jockey club on the ground that he deliberately remained at the pos at St Cloud October 2S when ht rode Lomlres in the Prx de Many leRoi Engineer lolled Paola Kan Nov 11A Missouri Pacific train ctsltd into a fnighti car at the MiGar Kauris S Tcas Grosinkwear here late Saturday night killing Engineer Powers of St Louis ajid seriously injuring the fireman XCMV Itnllrtind Project j Chicago Nov 10 Chicago North we ttirn railway hair completed a del by which it will absorb the Chicago Fooriu to St Louis line and thus gain an untnwe into the desirable sti1 i LOilis teirii1 4i ro 1t ALABAMA ELECTION liUf tetr aInortto Phnnd Thirty Thousand t r t ontoiiipry Aa Nov1 12 From tills litLtion returns so far received Htf believed1 that the Heir constitn tlgU loss curried by a majority miiji ihjr between 250W and 30000iC- CLhe nw constitution was framed primarily to improve the character ofthe suftrage It provides educa tion1 or property qualifications for tIioe who were not soldiers or de gcjmlants of soldiers and contains I good character claiiM flit new I iigjruinent provides for a lientenant governor governor and simuie ortkHls Svijfh fourycslr terms provides for qnadriciinial instead of biennial ses Sidns of the legislature reduces the linTit of taxation to Go per cent intStarea fixed appropriation for tll4tliiUlie schools prohibits judges andII nf lnberft of the legislature from ac quiring tree railroadI Ints irs and pro hibits lobbying It ulso provides n pgjjmlty for persons who tell or Imy VQBS BUBONIC PLAGUEt AXnlll I er of ItfixiriH llnilo lint Mic Bread nltt II N llnH lloon I3n tlrcly Slauipiil out Washington1 Nov 12A cablegram t aji received at the Ot1lClof the sur gtjon general of the marine hospital Fgrc saying that the plagm had broKtn out at Odessa IViiRsin tonI ofliee was also informed from iLiverpool that the custom house at that point slued clean bills of healthI and that there has not been a fresh ease of the plague at Glasgow siiiQii the first instance fpft1 information in the case of ftijiiMpool and Glasgow counts from ftif Thomas who represents the tna riftt hohpitnl service in those cltifs niffl in the ease of Odessa itoIran limo consulI of the Inited tatIJTIw srnie Is iio in ntfiptt of riApri Irom Mu mia Mtyiiitr tl n t h Itl ratri l i TfQnrlong and Amoy Chin is practically a thing of the lt it SPORTING MAN SHOT Thc woninii Who DM the Shouting agClnlniN chat She Shot lni In SelfDeffiise intuit In12icnks Dillon t ortlnj man of this city was zho1jj tt ciUetl by Anna Crawford Thf W ftiian who vas iminptlintely llTt i tiM stated she aloof Dillon in IftltfiiiSe 110tcver this is di reilitd ajfewo shots took effert in tin hlIkIjufolou a number of years a su tat aJRvell knotty pugilist nnlI hul r u I linger of prize fighter At omI tit h lis Tnana4 er and trainer o Ui cJri4lmr JIuJulttct c1l loothere r a year ago the Crawforr fhout was arrested at DanIKM t husband J Ifecnin wlmn mnrri Hl but a few days Ix lIre on the charge of liars stealimuI 3JC was acquit tctlI but Mecum mat slt to the penUentiary Jt tf IVreeli on tin Iron Mountain Preseott Ar Nov T2In n terce- lj the Iron Mountain railroad about ogle mils south of Prescott three men ten killed and IS Injured all Xe gs An engine was carrying alxnit 40 workmen to where till roadI iis lht iijg built WJiile going luickwards at a high rate of speed the engine struck a piece of new and crooked track left the rails and threw the men in every direction solute in front of it some under One man was wrapped around a hay pole on the side of time trick The deem and injured were brought to Prescott on hand curs wigons etc where theyreceived 1 inedieal aid from company physician lucre and later taken to the hospitals in St Louis AlnskmiK Dying of tlcnnlm lurt Townsend Wash Nov 12 Dunlnp Moore assistant surgeon lnl eel States quarantine service whc has been stationed at Nome during the past season arrived here norm confirms the report that the natives of western Alaska are rapidly dis appearing from the effects of Its east He states tint at least one third of tic native population havt suffered from the effects of an epi demic which at first was thought ti be smallpox but upon invcstigatioi proved to be measles tfil Joint W French Dead Atlanta ta Nov 1Col John IC Irencli commanding officer of time linked States military post Fort Me Pherson barracks died there Monday night from 1rights lisease Col 1rench was a veteran of the civil war thc SpanishAmerican wir and tit war in the 1hilippines huffing scrvei1 with the 22d and 23d regiments of United States infantry respectively in the last two wars Since Marc df lat year he had been detailed ar Commanding officer of Fort McPher son and had organized the 27th fait cd States infantry now garrijoninj the post lie was 51 years of age Stopped lly the Iollcc Trenton N L Ncr 12flue boutt between Voting Peter fackuniairl iinmy Handler was stopped by tit police in the isth round aill tans de glared a doiw When the ight vn- Fuppedl Jackson was hammering iilamllcr hard and at will i New Oil Company Innorpornted- Kiorence Ala Nov L12The Wood land Oil und Mineral Co bas been incorporated under the laws of New Tfcrsey with headquarters 1n thfc Eityand Pittslmrg Tae company has a p MUp capital of WtCilO I TI1EI BRIGANDS HIDING Captors of the American Taissioaary Have Fled to the 1 rentier Uh n Stone May lie litUlilt Soon fin the I tn ii MI in IttIiiIi in I re vent Her Telllnc tier Hxit rlciicc Sofia Italgaria Nov 11 Infonna tion has been reeeJt edarc from brigandsir4ddiiK AnuTtcaii missionary galled about fortnight ago at tint village of niKlvo and subsequently proceeded to the monastery of Jlilo but the movements of the troops compelled the brigands to lice toiviml the frontier where they are now in rattling It is also asserted that brigands have recently lMClll treating MissI Stung with more severity in order to ex ercise pressure and to compel n more reidy acceptance of their conditions ConsulI General Dickinson is index ible He insists that time surrender of Miss Stone must precede or be simultaneous with time Inyui rat of the ransom His attitude is justified by the known determination of sonic members of the IKUU particularly the captain Yanne Sandansky to kilt Mist Stone and her companion as soon as the ransom is received owing to the fast that the captives have now acquired information concern ing the secret committees Competent persons however express the opinion that Ute cupidity of the brigands will overcome their femur of revelations I and all such approve the declaration of Mr Dickinson Mr Dickinson has made energetic representations to the linlgnrian government against the movements or time littlgnrinu troops reproaching the o tliiMii Is with the fact that notEwithstanding their solemn promise o give him all assistance in their vor their notion teas ejnlwirrassing c- Lt1 negotiations rctuniiiitr a settle ment and placing in jeopardy the life of Mfc s Stone lie made a definite declaration thatl the Bulgarian gov irninett Aiould be held responsible for the death of Miss Stone and ortt all tit consequences of Ijer death f should it bo proved tJiaf the attitude jt of the iulgnrlnn government forced the brigands to kill their captives i Sofia Bulgaria Nov Jlr0111 an- otherplotter that has been received from liss Ellen M Stone time ab dmteifritiissionar it appears that she is enduring the trials of her hard experience with fortitude forgetting 1 herself in her anxiety for her companion Mine Tsilkn Miss StoncII dyes not dare complain of the treat ment to which they are subjected hut she finds the confinement irk dome std the weather extremely try Ilfl iruti r The tone of the latest letter re ceived front her is hopeful The brigands by fisting the lletters at places in Macedonia anal delaying their delivery seek to create the appearance of being far distant The Bulgarian government contin ItS to interfere in the negotiations tit6 the object of forcing a transfer ence of them across the frontier LI HUNG CHANGS ESTATE It Will llciimlii Iiitiiot Par re of Ills laded Sun Who AVII1 Pro vlil Por the Kniiillj reking Nor 01Time ilag of time ttnted States legation was the only one halfmasted in Peking Saturday The mourners and the familyof Li Hung Chang burned paper offerings in accordance with custom for the use of his spirit in the other world The street is hung with mourning emblems All the attendants at time mien are richlyI attired and many of them gaudily dressed Musicians bent drums about the house Li liming hangs estate will remain intact for the use of his eldest son who will provide for the other members of tho family HAYPAUNCEFOTE TREATY In Irtr of Progress llnde It Is Ex- peeted the Nev ol1entlon fill- Be Concluded Next Week Washington Nov 9Lord Iaunoe fote the British ambassador hud a half hours talk with Secretary Hay fir regard to the preparation of the Hen Ikiylauncefote treaty It is expected that in view of time pro gresfc that has been made time eon vention may be concluded so far as Ithe executive branch of the govern ment is concerned the latter part of next week Killed Ills Sweetheart Elizabethtown Penn Xo 1C FrankI KUUvell aged 21 shot and killed his sweetheart Ada Thomp jon aged 16 anti then committed sui cide The cause of the tragedy ii spill to be the refusal of the girls father to tillow Kidwell to visit but daughter and her declination to marry him Hoth tare members of prom inent families liners Ordered to Be Shot v London Nov 12Iisptmtchea 1o the Daily Mail announces that the Cape TmvYi guard has atrain been willed out and that Lord Kitchener Irons iis surd an order directing that all ISoers catered in Brit ialt uniforms are ta be hotShot unit Killed By n Miner Mace Idaho Nov 12 Kugenc Kline timekeeper for the Standard mine tins shot and killed by G E ShmTU miner who was dissatisfied with the tune cheek given Lila SatuS day Shuff is 1 fa ail A P OLIVER lacksmilh and Undertaker H IOK 1UiKE TACKY wealTi h1I0tUndortakor2 Goods Common Rosewood cod Solid IJUoV slant Coffins end Cities which cui hated up in tliorl notice And at reason tile price Give ate n call ff- apSUi Shop near the Jail ILlIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE RR DEPOT lZr PJ J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surrey arriages safe teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa rosette solicited Telephone 1- 9Eaokgtoo1ash Splendid Selection of SEW BOOKS 1 STATIONERY NOTIONS 1tL Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY B IKKDFS tt Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Ws are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in trying to please you than wo old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL nowELL DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY f fi i Office over Cowgill Cowgilli f Drug Store ff CE A E 1t PII Senegal Grocerii Powell Block Clinton St Raring purchased the Grocery Stock ol I J C DonihiMiii would be pleased Iq have All old friends to call Fresh floods ind Choice Uare ins WI J BARRY CO AT nUCKXERS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WitlRepair or Paint yonr old one BLACKSM1THING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED II F Bentley Joo 1Y I3cunLU BEN ETT REMLEY- i ATTORNEYS ATLAV7 == Will practice in all Conrtu especially tho Courts of Hicknian and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Itemleys in Hicknian The Big Four Route Is a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway v S Builtand Equipped in theMoat Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of the BIG FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiriBg for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 23 Parlor Cars 1 20 Dining and Cafe Cars iG s la addition to which Sixty Pullfltti Sleepers are In Continuous Service on theIIBIO FOUR and Its Tbrougl Car Lines WARREN J LYNCH WKPEPFB 4caIuITkt Agt U tG- taxcrratu tU t