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KHIDAY, OCT. 10, 1000.
CL HEFNER 1 Editors Jennie b Hefner (Proprietors Oflli-o U5 Willlum Blobk Devotee to the Interest of the COVWER and Its Patrons Advertising Kates i.ioh per annum reucling ..... $5.00 " ." ' display ..... 3.00 Kea ling notices, first insertion, per line, .oy For enc i tutsequent insertion, " " .03 Obituaries or card of thanks. " ' .03 ANNOUNC3IKNTS FOR CONGRESS T. W. SIMS. ELECTION, TUESDAY, NOV., 6, 1900. fE nro nut'iori.t'il to nniiouneo C, YV. lluNLsU. :)t uumphrcys comity, who its tlm rojmlnr liomocrati noini.ioo for Start Senator for the "4th Senntovinl District, composed of tlio counting of Humphreys, Bcntuti, Do cartu and Hardin. The Floruit orango crop is be ing harvested nud marketed. Tic price will be about the eaino as last year. Thousands of IJoers arc making tbeir way from South Africa to America. We have plenty of room for Hiobo good Dutch peo ple uud would bo glad for all of them to -come. l' -Presidout Cleveland has uiav'. public a statement in which he nrs he has not changed his views as expressed four years ago, ui the fiuancial question. Tl. fraturnity h called ou to monr i the death of John Slack, senior editor of the Bristol Couri er 6inco 1870. lie was State Senator from the Second Dis trict at'the time of his death. ThoTri-State Medical Society of Tennessee, Alabama and Geor gia iu session in . Chattuoog last week took initial Bteps to securo medical legislation in these three itates for tho purpose of rcgula ting or prohibiting the marriage of habitual criminals, persons nerBons afflicted with incurable 1 senses, drunkards and victims - , 01 harmful drugs. The iron crown of Louibardy, which was so conspicuous ou Kintr Humbert's coflhi in the I'untheon tho other day, will piobably figure in the coronation of tho new Kiug. 1 Ins relic is held in creat veueraLion. It con- Kists of a circlet of iron covered with cold leaves and jewels. It is believed that the iron be longed to one of tho nails Juscd in the crucifixion, found by St. Helena and converted Unperor Constantino crawn around his helmet, w rn by Charlemagne by the into It was at his mironation in 741, and after him by various Kings. JTapoleon the fJrpnt t)lai:ed it on his own head nt. Milan in 1805. It is now the property of tho Kings of Italy The Russian suggestion that the international court of arbitration of The Hague be given juisdic tion over divergencies of views arising on the question of Chinese indemnities was submittsd to Sncrt-tarv Uav by M. DeWollant tho Russian Charge d'Affairsin - i Washington, in a note ou Octo ber3. It las receivet' the ad herence of the American, the French aud tho Russian govern ments, thus giving the suggestion of the approval of three of the foremost powers and strong as surance of its general adoption. Declines to Hun. To the tho Democrats of Hardin County. Owing to the fact that my time will be occupied in the Courts of this county until the 110 tit of October, and after that time I will have lo . go to Cineinatti to at tend to an inipoitont case iu the United States Court of Appeals, and to the further fact that niv duties as Chairman Ot" the Con gressional Committee will require my lime and attention totli Con gressional we, it will be impos pible for me to do justice to the party in muk'ng the nice for Represent ame. I will therefore be compelled lo decline eaid race. . I Appreciate the compli ment and honor billowed, and the confidence cxpret-M-d in me, Mid regret, that circitmsiancts render it impOiShiUo for me ; make the race. Yours Truly, D. A. McDougal. Officials of (ho NorlL German Lloj'd iSteiuiiGlnp Company have awarded a contract for n monu ment to bo erected iu a plot own cd by the compauy in Sorta Had. son iu memory of the persons who lost their lives in the great Urn that destroyed the piers ami steamers of the- ,'eompany at lloboken on June 30 last. Sunday-School Association Tho Hardin County Interde nominational Suuday-school As sociation will hold its 13tn nunual convention ut Morris Chapel, West Hardin county 5 mile North of Coffee Landing on Thursday nud Friday October i!.)tb and 150 th 1000. PROGRAM, Thursday morning 10:30 o'clock. Prayer by Pastor. Welcome by It. D. Snow. Kenponse 8. II. Knox. It. W. Richie, W. S. Hawkins. Appointment of Committees. Topic Ko. 1. Best method of organizing a Suuday-school and of promoting tuoir interest. L. L. llarbert, S. S. Iludibnrg, II. C. McCanless, Mrs. J. A. Harbour. ' '.topic JNo. 'J. The iinncrtance of looking after visitors and strangers, Itiley Tatterson, J. A. .uoorc, j, ii, Abernathy, N. G. Uaker. Topic 2sTo. 3. Should Parents be allowed to take nart iu Sun- day-school WOrk with their child ren, Jidla Yancev. Ma-ririu Urown. . o. foloan. Hettic. Alexander. Topic No. 4. Is it necessary to suspend Sunday-school at any season 0f the year, Miss Minnie Alexander, K0v. Jesse Wood, It. D. Scow, T. C. Smith. topic 5. Should teachers meet weekly to study and discuss he lesson! It. W. Richie, T. J. Hiinison, II. II. Hinkle. Tw0 minutes talk from all teacherc. Topic No. C. At what ago 8houtii children, attend Sunday school! J. E. DeFord, J. 15. Stan ti'd, J. It. Abernathy, W. F. H'nkle. Topic No. 7. Best method of taking the general exercises at tractive, S. It. Knox, ltev. Dol lar, lie v. T. N. Smith, Herman Krcjli. Topic No. 8. Tho missiouofa Sunday-school, William Gray, J. A. C. Ganmiill, Mrs. Ida New man, ltev. Wm. Outlaw. xop.c JSo. U. The influenco of u Sunday-school iti.i community, Kev. W. II. LMankenehip, Mrs. Alouzo 1'hillips, Capt. J. W. Irwin Mrs. W. Vj. Gili- Topio No. 10. How may the spiritual influence be increased in the Sunday-school! Dr. L. E. Covey, Boyd Roach, Mrs. Joe White, Dr. W. E. McDoual. Topic No. 11. What good have you gotten out of this con vention! Short talk by all. Query box conducted by Sec retary. All preacheas aro delegates. Alouzo Phillips, President. W. E. Gill, Secretary. Circuit Court. Court is still in sessiou and the case of the State against Larimore Oileuea! ia now pending., Tho case against Dan Mills and others was continued. Jas. Wicker charged with mur der got a verdict of not guilty. The rape case against Frank Lutts and others was continued. Thos. Chandler, assault with gun, nolle prossed aud defendent, Ike Harbor, taxed with tho cost. Tony Jones and Will Irons found guilty of 'assault and bat tery. Robt. Jones in the eamo case not guilty. Gray, James aud Fred Foster for murder, continued. Election Notco.i On Tuesday, Nov. 6th, next we will open and hold an election at the proper poling places in each civil district of IItrdin Coun iu the State of Tennessee for tho purpose of electing Presidential Electors, Member of Congress, Governor, Railroad Commission' crs, and members ot the General Assembly. C. L. Smith, J. If. Maddox, J. F. Lassiter, Commissioners of Election. Wo publish an advertisement of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in our columns this issue, and wish to say to our readers that we be lieve thin preparation is worthy of a trial by any person suffering from that agonizing disease. We honestly believe it will do for yon all the mannfactuers claim for it. Walker High School. The next term of Walker's High School will begin Oct. 29, 1900. Hoard and tti'lion lower than any other boarding school in Dunlin or adjoining counties. If. V. W.ucer, A. M., rriucipftl. The tiling that make women t.il down nud cry make men got up aud swear. Ono Thousand Students. Tho fall session of the Cherry Brother's School in the magnif icent new coilego building Sept. 4, 1900 with an attendanco that is at least twice as large as it was at the beginniug on last year aud there is no longer one doubt tho daily attendance reaching one thousand students dunug the present scholastic year. Tho new college building ia -without a doubt the most handsome school structure iu the South. Parties desiring to writo the Southern Normal School and Bowling GreenBusinessCollege concerning their education or the education of their children should address, H. II. Cherry General Manager, Bowling Green, Ky. OAOT031IA. Big Talk! Thcvti is bit? talk in town and it is all about first-class grocer ies 3 ust received At Shull's A hiir lot of kraut, half bbl 2. 5 gal keg 00c, all fresh. borghum 4Uo n jral. A few barrels of Ohio river salt for $1.90 Qt- bottles pickles lUc. First grade coffeo 8 lbs $1.00 Best lire proof oil 15c gallon. All kinds of fancy candy and cigars. Don't fail to got a package of gum and hear a good tune on tho graphaphone, all for 5c. L.E. Shull's is tho place. - 4t HEALTH by the Quart. Erory bottlo you take ot Johnston's Sarsaparllla means better heal lb, and every bottle contains a full quart It makes bettor Wool purer blood. For thirty years this famous remedy has been creating and main taining good health. Johnston's 5arsaparilla builds up the system, tones tbo nerves, and strengthens the muscle more promptly and effectually than any other remedy known. The pallor of the cheek disappears, energy takes tho place ot languor, and the rich color of health flows to the cheeks. - Unequalled for all disorders of the stomach and liver, and for all weakening com plaints of men, women and children. Sit4mi7Kkm. FrlM, (l.O0(wrrUqrtblto. MICIIIOAN DRUO CO., - Detroit, filch. U l 1- I I I . Directors and Teachers. To tho School Directors and Teachers of Hardin County: I will he in my office in Savan nah on Saturdays for the pur pose of attending to any busi ness which ia required of me, pertaiulng to the schools of the county. Z.J. Thompson Supt.' Hardin County , ' '-.3;. i -J: For salo by J. K. Barlow Alas! How soon Forgotton! is an ache or a pain or trouble of any kind when ono is well rid of it aud if it happens to be Head, ache or stomach trouble that bo thers you, tak Dr Caldwell's Syr up Pepsin and you will not forget you ever had it, but will know that ou, are not liable to have it again one dopeis small and it is pleasant to take. For sale by ,T. K. Barlow Tortured A Witness. IntbiiHH Hufforlnif was endured by witness T, L. Jliirtln, of Dixie, Ky before lie gave this evlilnnce: "I coughed every nlttlit until mythront wiii nearly raw; then tried Dr. KIiik'h New Dineovery which ruvo instiitit ellof. I have iod it In my family for four years nnd recommend It ax tho trroatont rcm ody for Couichx. Colds nnd nil Throat, Client and Iiiine trouhlui. It will stop the worst coiiRh, and not only prevents but absolutely cures Consumption. Price Maud $1,00. Eve ry bottlo Kuitrantoed. Trlul bottle free atJ. K. Barlow's drui Ktorc. 3 spopssa hw Digests what yoa eat. ItartiGclally digests the food anil aids Nature In strengtheuing aud recon structing tho exhausted digestive or gans. It iatbo latestdl4Covuicd(ligcst ant and toulc. Do other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache, Gnstralgla Orampnand all other results of imperfect digestion. PrleeSOc. onfltl. L:ga slEncor.t-Jna t.lnea small siie. Book all aiH)'Jt,'lyKp(ii'litniatittied Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO.. Chicago J K Barlow GOOD '7a JT?y fZ, Of rF "r- i v N Younjj Women Tfas ntry iiito vomanhood Is a critical time for a e'rl. Little nun strual dLsordcrs started it taat timr. soon grow Into fatal complications. Tfwt lemale troubles are filling graveyards "troves this. Wine of Cardul estab lishes a pilnleis and natural tncnrual flow. Vhcn once this iipcortant func tion is started right, a healthy life wi.H usually follow. Many women, young and old, owe their livei to Wine of Cardut. There is nothing like it to pivc women freedom from pain and to fit young women for every duty of life. $1.00 battla at druggist Miss Delia M. Streycr, Tulty. Kan.i "I have suffered untold pain at mtr.sl.-u;.l p rlods for a lor.g imz, wr. nervous, lid no eppcJite, and lost interest In everything, In foct was rmscrahic. I ! ave tikea four totl.!of Wine of Carilul.wKIl Thcdford'j Clack-Drtusht, viicn ntcd:d, and to-day I am entirely cured. I canr.ot crprcs the thanks I feel fur whet you have done for me." Kor BrtTlc ta eaeo ronflrlnt rcol!;l illrcfl tlon, nrtJrsw, Kttn Byniptnip, the ).ui1Im' Allry lwpartmi'iit, 1'bf Lliottiiu.K)B llol Icliio Coaipany, Chuluiuvogu, 'J'enn. j CY U3INQ Plcassnt BiBen to take. Largest Bottle. TASTELESS. iCuerantocd to Curo cr Fvlonoy Refunded. CONTAINS NO POISON. fish m Year Uvs?. t l MAMUraCTUXCD v j T. M:jr!J Hiillclna Kfj. Cff., Iflw0rf0:i!l, Mivricio. .. i !T. loui. no. For sale bv J. K. Barlow. e Cures "Gclu's" in arr pari cf fcoiy. e R I!i-IIi.vm A1Vmu' In fn linur. I! I Dr.Fenasr'sGQL'iililisnsy h Si ; - k 1 Cun-. ltik"n tH.f4.iT exOHUie pruvml b l Whom other mwllolnc fail! this will br'nir J8 p (irllt. "Co di." Khoumatlsm. C'rwutt. t a mi 2 l'ijsuiu,Uuii, xi.-uHiii.t.itrul.cuiU'.l.iltiriU.ti P IniWu'iua. Whu4liiK Couli. Hy Dcalors. 2 " 11m fu. Blu !.. utU (Wu. Trcduiila. U. V-" Petersburg, III.. Oct., 13, 1S99 r poiu Syrup (jo., Monticillo, 111, Gentlemen: our baby Esther Las never taBted a drop of medi cine other tl'Aii I)r Caldwell's Sy rup Pepsin for more than a year. It entirely cured her of constipa tion. She is a lovely child since I gave her your medicine she has been perfectly healthy, altho' she had not been well and stroug un til we began using it. We know of others using it with equally good results. Wishing you success Gratefully jours Mrs. C. A. True mailer. Sold by J. K. Barlow For Sale or Itent. My houso and lot iu North west Savannah, Teun., the house has 8 rooms in good leptiir; a tenant houso thai always rent?; good garden, fiuo grape arbor, good yonng orchard jntit beginning to bear fruit, good bam with four stalls 7 3 4 acres iu lot, all under fence, iu two lots spring water in each lot for stock, fine pasture beautiful forest grove for shade. I wont a farm. Call on W. P. Story, Savannah, Tenu. Alone In Mid-Ocean. or on the train in tho house or while at your officedutics, yon are subject to disagreeable results from irregular or excessive diet. Dr. Caldwell,s Syrup Pepsin cures posilivly Constipation, Indigesti on, Sick headache and stomach trouble. Sold by J. K. Barlow. Police. The svoek eoinineuctng with the 3rd Monday of each month I will spend at Saltillo and Clifton, tho remainder of my lime at Savannah. F. O. Williams, Dentist. ST, VITUS9 BAMCEJ EAKr'Ti. i'4Ji. o, iiw Dr. M. M. YVMKVM rrouonJa. S, V. P "Wo hnrnu.M tin iloyinil itX V'l'.ir fit ! g Vltim' 1 .'inn' Htwclhc, aii'l vcr- vai l" I litjfii (mvd hv It. U hft trnvril a hv-; flin l"rts" AI.MIIU'LAKK. DKUU C J. fuca For sale by J- K- Darlow. wsasm 1r T T"V C Gatherliiffs. With a population of 5,500,. 000, London harbors every year 120,000 foreigners. 1 Randarawela, the earthly para dise iu Ceylon iu - which some 2,000 IJoers are to enjoy a holi day, is 0,200 feet above eea level and very healthy. " The fisheries of New. Brans wick, although not so extensive as thoso of Kova Scotia, aro ex tremely valuable, their product averaging upwards of $4,000,000 a year. Dealers in tho creamery sup plies claim that never in tho history of tho business has there been so many separators sold to small farmers as there has been this year. The British Government is tho owner of over 25,C00 camels. Several thousands are need in Iudia to carry stores and equip ments when tho regiments aro changing quarters. Gout is rarely known among tlio working classes of Ireland. Their immunity from this com-, plaint is thought to bo due to tbo fact that theii food cousists large ly of potatoes. Kansas has a potato field forty miles long. This year's harvest from it will come closo to 4,000 carloads. An average crop is 200 bushels to an acre. It is said that owing to the introduction of electricity for tho manufacture of cigars, cigarettes and tobacco soveral thousand hands will soon bo out of work. A Canadian oil expert has dis covered oil in paying quantities near Port-au-Prince, Newfound land, and is now imprortiug ma chinery from Petrol ia, O., to work tho wells. In proportion to its size Switz- land has more hotels than any other country in tho world. No fewer than 1,700 hostelries are on the list, and tho receipts of the hotel-keepers amount to $23,000, 000 a year. With Langloy's "bolometer," a temperature fluctuation as minute as a millionth of a degree can bo detected. The firefly is possesed of a mysterious power that en ables it to emit a strong light without heat enough to affect the most sensitive bolometer. Natualists have discoverd that if tho voice of au elephaut was as loud in proportion to size us that of a nightingale, his trumpeting could be heard around the world. Nearly half of tho lightning strokes reported occur out in the open, 31 per cent in houses, 11 per cent uucer trees and a per cent in barns. CASTOR. A For Infants and Children, Tii3 Kind Yea Hsva Always Bought Soars the Signaturo of 1 STEAMBOATS. ST. LOUIS & TEKN, RIVER PACKET CO, Will have ono of their Elegaut Steamer leave St. Louis every Wednesday and Saturday at o'clock p. in., for all points on Ten nesseo Itiver to Sheffield and Flor ence, Ala. Every Tuesday aud Friday at 5 p. in., for all points on Mississippi Kiver to Helena, Ark. Ono of their Steamers will leave Paducah, Ky., for Florence, Ala., aud all way landings every Wed nesday and Saturday at 5 p. rn., and the U. S.Mail Steamer EDGAR CHERRY will leave Danvillo, Tenn., for Sa vannah, Tenn., aud all way land ing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings. Freight and Passengers handled for all points in tlio United States and through Dills of Laden If-sued from Kiver Landings' to all points North, South, East and Wct. Prompt and efucient attention guaranteed. For further information please call ou or address T. S. HUGHES, Gon. Agt., Clifton, Tennessee. S. K. HALE, D. F. A.,Paducah, Ky. S. T- KAVANAUGH, D. F. A-, Mem phis, Tenn. JOHN E. MASSENGALE, Trafllo Mgr., St. Louis, Mo. Cures IJlood and Skin Troubles. Is your blood pure! Are you sjireofit! Do cuts or scratches heal slowly? Does your skin itcit or hum? Have you Pimples? Eruption? Aching bones or back EcKi'ina? . Old Sorts? IVils? Scrofula! Khenmaiimn! Foul Breath! Catarrh? Are you pali? Then IS. l'. B. (Botanic . Blood Balm") will purify your blood, heal every sore and give a clear, smooth, healthy skin. Deep-sent-ed sorsfs like ulcers, cancers eat ing tore-, painful swelling blood poon aro quickly cured by Iiot auic'lJlo'id Balm. Cures when iU. Thoioutrhlv tested IV r 30 ve.arv. Dnijr stores l per hu-e hoi :le. Trial Meat men t .ree I. - rit of: B:"'i Balm Co. At l'l.U', Gi'i. Dewiii'je tiouble f,cc tncdieal advice given. Over UHiO volntitaiy tcetimouiaU of cures by P. B. B. 1: -...'v. A r . i -. 1 . - - : v .t a . i. - 'I ' a 'A :b! 'As rrcccratioivfor As- iji rlla'.iiv 1'iK.Tc-od acdllcd ula ii .-: iu Stc.siicts andUcwcb of t 0 Fiowclcs Discslion.Chcciful nt;,s apd Rest.Contalns neither 0.:uixi,Morphinc nor Mineral. Kor Nahcotic. PwJ.w SnJ-' .?' Srin ;f.tllr AJti -St!.i I. Jijem Srtd IMynm tiuixr. , r.r-rf.Tt rhimr.dv forrntlina tion , Sour Storiiach.Diarrhoca, Woitv.s .Convulsions Jevcnsn rxss cnJLoss or SLEEP. VacSiiiiils Signature cf new vonic. ft r. i .m.tiL tXAOT C:?rOF WRAPPER, I, ft ...l... .. BARGAINS Reader in f ,i i m T M P I Courier Read This per cent loss than they advertise. regular price, In tho following you will find Bargains that might be called Bargains : I have 500 pairs Shoes for cost, 100 launder ed Shirts for just what they cost, 30 Bridles, both riding and blind, at cost, 5 cooking Stoves at 1.00 less than they can bo bought for today, 25 suits Clothing for child- reu irom i to rj years ot age. But not only these good Barg ains for he has many moore as his stock is made up of genuine BARGAINS 'Phono 30 McD or ;'??;-v tSvrf Drummers' will be furnished the best of drivers. " HACKS' to meet all boats, day or night. will purify your blood and bring 1 the bloom of health back into your i cheeks. Each bottle contains a' quart. Pftlnftlt ST.fl SnnMC MjM.ni, TMm.1arltM T 1 TIT,. I. C . 1 1 U f TImn.. U??,J;iSS,u.,"ra!l- chnee of life In matron or maid, all find relief, help, benefit anil cure In JOHNS rON 5 SAKSAPAIULLA. It if a real panacea for hwdtclie, palm In the- left side, Indigestion, palpitation o tlis heart, cold hand and feet, iwriromnei, leeoletiinMa, Diuicolar vrrekneas, buarln-j-down paim, backache, leeache, irrefnilar actlnn rf (he heart, nortnesa cf breath, abnormal dl:har,-ea vlth painful menstruation, aculdlne of urine, lyniritome which nakc the Mersfj woinn' vrcii,nK ui icri, corcnesj ot tne nrrasu, n.r.bn1. ucjmu liuwiajiHcn, i os Yrant it it?, ire. VTHK MICHIGAN DRL'Q CO." Detroit, Mich. Llvertttue fcr Uvcr Ilii. Th Fejaotw Lttti Liver PU!a. sc. Tor Siile By Dr. J. K. Barlow. mm i mm 1 1 liin Foi1 Infanta .dCMldrwu iTho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signatoe of tup erMTAim bamvanv. Hrui van it eivrv "When you aro iu towu ami want to find I3ARGAINS and . 1 1- 1 . . il i T - I'll cuuup gouus remoiuuor mat i siui so lcm an(l wucn you read those town stop and think- Why? Bo cause they could advertise 500 art ielcs for GREAT I3ARG- ' For Over Thirty fears !AINS and you could find those sarao articles in my stock at If At tho same time that is my So Remember C.GThrasher is the place For Bargains J FEED AND LI Vbn Y biAbLt. South Side of Square. I' lisx-cjass oauaio ana driving Horses to biro at moderate rates Give us a call, and you will be irst-class Saddle and Driving our customer when you want to drive. A Word VTT. 3 Suffering Women. M t.t.- I uui uuxs.civea Know ot uio Buffering you go through. Why do you suffer? It isn't necessary. Don't lose your health and beauty, (for the loss of one is speedily followed bjr the loss of the other.) Don't feel " weak " and "worn out." Impure blood is at the bottom of all your trouble. arsaparilla QUART BOTTLES. nurali.'ia, ulerine dim anainnit. and all muse litu to miserable. I'tfi. en r.t....hl. - I.-. . .ill r.4