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Mm t VOLUME 23 GSSSClJ GSkKsIhS 5$ YANPELL-GUCENHEI- Jsrap r ti .FfTTnieMf ?&w JJmM?l ";. 8fcl COMPANY. w A 4 U....-t,-- i lB I bB i" MARION, CRITTENDEN ' ' ' ' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER I9, ' I90l. N028 ;; "jf V vi 4 ti.'f w f r- m Mi r hi l"TTt - 1- U ; - ; $ ! a M 'i M Bargain Facts and Figures We Save You Time. J. i i a Close Buyers MAKE YOU SEE US BEFORE BUYING. OH OUR LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES-- BEST MONEY'S WORTiH SHOULD We Save You Worry. Dress Goods i Wo bare whit, you want, and it ii a cut price tinware giving. You can get all jtho new ihade and qualities and' .trimmings ' ' I ' to match. .. Coats, Jackets and Capes A bran new ilook and oan fit the Child, Miss or Lady. We are offering them at bed rock prices. We Save You Money. Proof Furnished. 4-H1- All tho New ShftDaa mat received. Wc havo,about .150 novy coaUr bought .25, poc cant, uiftloa 3 Vti Swskv kia THmlMHev arc beauties? aro gointbot i&W them. r' their valuoj W(t You are sure to be pleased when you buy, from us Suita and Pants aro ,up in stvjo and .they luflt go ata.ptice. . Overcoats Big and Little U Hats, Hats, Hats, " JHVK V i For Ahe Holiday PMsenfeaK We have ladies gents Handkerchiefs"uJSTeetucs,3 Kii Gloves. Rues and lota o? now thin O fra. , t . rtlA.lMlY.l M-l-l-M .Bootsi, Shoes and Rubbers.; I I! . . . II K ! 1 H HH 14 f ... t.M'f,'H.t.l.i IU Si Jt Pyppare for Cnnstmas and get them froipjiAwCluiL stock is complete andthpy always ear. 'VJ a's A k a m ' - 'I . .rt JT! i Come, help us clean house; the broom is at work again sweeping a dollar or two .c.i in your lap for every bill deposited with us, as it is before invoicing time- and GOODS MUST GO. - GOM m m mi w& mw, mmmmmtmxmi m mmm$mm&m$m m YANDELL-GUGENHEIM NEWS OF THE STATE freshly Gathered from the Most PANY. .SWa Authentic Sources, Grant county lionubHcnns nro tliaploHSocUwitli iho' nppointmont of Mrs, W. Mu01ur S Ht MeOluro na id WjUiaiustown. Mrs. liURbnnd is a rnbid Dotn post-inislroB- ocrnt. Anditor Conlter bus rafiiBod to a clulins in tho kukltiB ensos, ninountiug to ?n,000. Tho Auditor! oontonllon is that oirouiynag a Mobs hml uo iighl to trunafjtho pnsoa from liotohor to 13ell, county, tho two tountloB not being juljnconl. I ny witndflu Koy-nold- AloggJe Melrillo, dnughtor of n to do fnnilarof nenr Loxing-ton- , was apnt to tho workhouso in OinoinuRti fonfoir months Thtirfl dny for (lr)taknnflf t dospilo tho fnet Umt ker vbunjgiti8l)and plon-do- d to for pormiB-sio- n to twkyraerbart to Loxing-ton- , woll .tntlLder v m Uopkinsville, Ivy., Doc. 11 Sonator .Edwards' altornoye, ngalnst whom John Foland b now d pushing a c'ontost claim, sayn Fo-lan- waq iuoligibloJwjjeiV'ho was a ("mdidato bocaneo no yas omploy-o- l by tho8tftifla9tbo,soQrotary of Guntroll 19, Whoolorl7, Smith 16 Another Suit Piled. t io commissioners, pf tho. Wostorn and 121 Tho same . Kontuoky asyltjm", oo. papor on Saturday gavo interviews Smitbland; Ky., Deo. tho administrator of d with 79 Senators and Reprosenta-live- s N. McGrow, Adjt. 'General Murry has and suminod up tho rosult Watts Davis, who mot doath in his report on tho Slalo mi- as follows: "Of tho Legislators City of Goloonda disastor, has litia to Gqv Bookhnm. IIo and Sonators soen 82 wero pledg-o- d the to McOroary, IS to Wheeler, 9 brought suit through his attoramong othor things, that tho Stato appropriation bo in. to Can troll, 4 to Smith and 1 to neys, Whooler & Worton, of to oo)iimit against Captains Bauor o oasod from $7,000 to $27,000 an-- n Allon, whilo 18 rofusod Four named MoQrea Pedk and Ookor, owners Jand offthomsolvos. .in v.f and that soma provision to ry as second ohoico, and 1 Whee- icers of the boat, for $2,000 damani'ulo for presorvitfg the records Of the 9 non-committ- Uopkinsvillo, JCy., Doc. 1(5. It Former Gov. W. O. Bradley ad. inits that ho accepted $1,000 to has boon discovorod that John Fo mnko oightoon or more speeohos land, who is contesting tho oloo in tho campaign of 1900, but he tion of Sonator D. S. Edwards, is givos iottors from Mr. Combs and ineligible for tho oflico undor Soo-tio- n 3,715 of tho Statutes. Ho now Mr Vorkos to justify his action. In a stalomout made in r.nswok to holds a salaried position undor tho rocont chargos ho calls corlain Stato administration, at tho Asy. mombors of tho Republican party lum horo, boing Socrolary of tho Board of Commissioners. Ho has contomptiblo curs, hold tho position for four yoars, A box oar noar tho Louisville and still holds it. Ho was inoli-gibl- o and Atlantic depot at Irwin, "was at tho lime ho wasvotod or. diaoovorod on firo. Tho firo vas This otToolually disposos of oxtinguishod and tho body of a . proposed contest. man was found in tho car. The head, both logs, and both arms Four Years for Tom Ross, wore burnod oh", but it is thought Tout Rms7wdiqha beon, on tri-n- l by a portion of tho vost remaining for munlor in tho Livingston unburuod that tho body is that of county circuit court, was sontonc-o- d a nogro Inboror. to four years' in tho ponitontia-ry- . Capt. O. O. Calhoon, of Loxing-ton- , Throe yoars ago ho and his who is in Washington by or-dbroth or, Roubon Ross, bocamo on of Gov. Beckham for tho pur-pos- o gagod in a fight with Walter of ascertaining tho status of Hooks, and Roubon Ross stabbed war accounts Iratwoon Kontuoky Hooks in tho bond, killing him. and tho Fodoral Govornmont, has is duo discovered that $917,70-1.(1Sent Checks leforY Death. Kontuoky as intoroston money It is truo that tho last act of N. oxponded in supplying troops for tho Union during tho Civil War. B. Pollard, tho shoritT of Trigg It will bo nocosaary for congross county, before lie: oommiUod eui. to pasa an act boforo themonoy oido was to sond a chock for only $1,000, whilo tho books of tho Au. can bo obtainod. ditor show that Pollard- - owed'$5;-15Tho Cincinnati Enquiror last This leaves $1,451) thaj will woik published tho probablo prof. to .bo' iicoufito'dforjout of liavo oroncoB of tho mombors of tho gen Pollard's ostate tfr by His ibonds'. oral assombly, giving McOroaiy men. 25 Btiro ami probably 11 more; Fo-laud'- s. or 9. 14,-rG- snb-inillo- Pa-duoa- h, 1 1 of tho Kentucky Uoniederate sol. X ler and 2 Cautrell. 5 are known ges in the Livingston c6unty oir. diors, . M -.- o p raomlly favor MoOrwry.' -kS plt eourt, theetfttohouso, dollars. ThoSusquonanaand Lo Thoro'll bo julopa free for all; ;tlio husband's sviiig8 gpae and high rivers, and many smallor Thoro'll bo mint along the parkwns, jtlio wife blind, laydqwn on their Btreams, in thuso Statos have ovor Thoro'll bo bourbon in the hall; Goddess ilowcd thoir "banks, resulting ia And tho lovoly .committed suicido by bodiixd Will bring back tho bluograas.iupk, groat property loss, and much suf2 Whon tho votore put in Honri Owing to tho great quanHty dt fering to pooplo who wero drivon To rcstoro doar Old Kaintuok, from thoir homes. flonting.'ico in tke . MississrpgS Onco again Kentucky hoaeea , pfeg'botwofc'Hel Six persona were killod and elo- - Will so gravoly load tho way; phisandf St, "Louis have!fboii yoii wore wounded in a collision Once ogain Kontucky maidons oompelled.to.iie.up. M botween a passengor and a freight j Will rosumo unquostioncd sway; For a bright Uluograss ronaissanco botwoen train on tho Illinois Central railip Though tho relations With its glory and its luck, ArcVntine'aro strain od; road botween Irono and Poxryvjllo Is to follow whon tho voters Chili and Lot bold Honri guitlo Kaintuck. it is hoped by pooplo of both conn Ills, Two persons who ore missOlovoland Plain Dealor. t?ios that the troubfo will bo amlf ing; aro supposed to bo dond. The oably sottlod. Tho United State wreck took fire and thoso who wore Ohildron lovo to toko Morloy's Miuistors in both countries have not instantly killed wero burned to Littlo Liver Pills for Bilious Poonptifiod the authorities at' Wu8hJ death. The failure pf a conduct- plo beoauso thoy aro small, look ington that though tho situation or to obey orders is supposed to and tasto liko candy and do not havo be0n tbo cause pf tho disaar J gripe or sioken them. One a doso gold by H. K. Woodi & Oo, m, of war, i Tho severe cold woathor is moderating in tho South, but in somo parts of tho Wost the blizzard has been followed by a Bocond cold waste, worse than its prodocessor. InjRebraska tho weathor is tho odldeet sinco 1888. Cattlo aro por ishing in Oklahoma, and tho stock mon bedicvo tho Iossob will bo greater .than over before. Much uufforing and inconvonionco is from Kentucky towns as a JJinoo HB58 vas,folV.iu'; Manila last Rain and wiud throughout tho result of theoo!d. Sunday morning. '.OntJIboaeelwiSB States of New 'York, PennsylvaiWiscked andmany ,ko9M were nia and Delaware havo done dam-ag- o When Wattersojfs Governor. a?Iodt., ro-port- Tho recent report of doaths in tho English concentration camps, in South Africa, shows that during Ootobor and November nearly Items of General Interest Fresh 5,000 children died. Several thousand adults also died. from the Wires. In tho Senate Mr. Jonos of Ark. introducod a joint rosolntion of Two liltlo ohildron in Union thanks to Admiral Schley and his officors and men for tho destruccounty, Toun., diod of starvation. off SanFroozing iomporaturo is repor- tion of tho Spanish fleet tiago. ted in Florida as far South as Jacksonville. Washington, Deo. 14. Tho deTho condition of Unitod States mocrats have repudiated MoLav-rin- , of South Carolina, and will Sonator W. J.Sowoll, of Now Jernot allow him on thoir committees sey is critical. Tho Republicans will havo nothBy tho will of an undo who ing to do with Wellington and he, died in 18S7 Proaidbnt Roosevelt too, is running alone. inhorits a fortuno ostimatod at Liout James MoKinloy soyB that ovor $100,000. relatives of his uunt, Mrs MoKinEight porsons wero killed and loy, widow of tho lato President, sixtoon woro injurod in a wrock did not oxpeot her to livo long, as on tho Groat Northern railroad sho is now in about tho samo connoar Essox, Mont. dition sho was in immodiatoly afTho worst oarthquakoBhook ter tho funeral. GENERAL NEWS. I Tho President iias decided to doolino for tho Govornmont An- drow Oarnogie's proffered gift of ton million dollars in Stool Trust securities to ondow a Univorsity. Congressional sentiment is unanimously against accepting trust stock for this purpose. 7 ' Firo in the store of Lowrey and Goebel, in Cincinnati, caused a loss estimated at $100,005. It is rumored that a number of papors rolating to tho Goobol murdor con spiraoy trials wero dostroyod, but Mr Arthur Goebel rofusos to dis-outhe rumor. ss An aged Eoa JlawlWplt, amounting to thousands of Thoro'll bo music in Star-Eyo- d .;j Mh U. i .j jt. "yj J". . wi'WliP, "WW,!) wBHSBBSMSB r" . f- - RB IB OUR PRIZE. KM01K'KH)HCH0(H001'00-I-00i'K'IOI This Handsome Suit of Furniture will be awarded the young lady receiving the most : in THE PRESS' contest" votes mi ? ijiffsnyjpw, hi w , nOO I i- " r'tit 5- -' ai3?l 9tajf7 lit ti "? JL Jtmt -- a j ft . mwmwmmwmmmwimmmmwmwmwmwsmmammmmmmm . - S.U M.t mS'' Sf. - -- 11 zMM " I - f L t , T ? ZZS&ZFSSKZ (si 'jui' V - m , i a. Ji ?& o'-olook xtl Mil .A Jl 1 M- - i M irjRixTiin 7 i j I SGHLEY CENSURED : By a lilli!!8 AWOKE BLIND. ? Send in your Subscription and cast your votes. Young Ladies, get your friends to work. This prize is worth winning. Contest closes at 4 p. m., December 24th. STURGIS BANK City Ordinance. White Congress Once More. con-gros- s. Majority of the Court But rai uewey craisss mm. Admi- - ji i Strange 4Cise of ;an tOwensioro Ivrglarlzed andaLarge Amount of Booty Secured. Stenographer. If ? i 6 n ii i iJ disobodient, vasoillating, dilatory, moned, and she has had caroful lacking in enterprise, and whilo at trootraont, but tho caso seems to one point saying ho was courage bo stubborn. Unless hor oondi- ous in battlo at another says: "Tho uon improves, hor physician nnd turn of tho Brooklyn was mado to family will take o horoithorto avoij getting hor into dangerous or Cincinnati and consult a proximity to tho Spanish vossols." specialist. In short, Sohloy'a entire course, Miss Watson is n stenographer from tho departuro from Key in tho employ of tho Howard ?rin West to tho Hodgson nowspapor ling Company. controversy, is condemned. Dow-oon tho othor hand, says his Brain Food Nonsense. movomont8 wore made with all Anolhor ridiculous food fad has possiblo dispatch, considering tho been branded by tho most compeimportance of kooping bunkers Thoy havo d woll filled and tho squadron as a tent nutho.itios. the silly illusion that one unit, that tho blockodo, both of kind of food is noodod for brain, Santiago and Cionfuogos wore nnolhor for muscles nnd still nno-tho- r and finally: "Couunodoro for bones, A corroot diot will Schloy was tho senior ollicor of not only nourish a particular part our squadron oft Santiago whon tho Spanish escaped on tho mor- of tho body, but it will sustain ning of July '.i, 189S. Ho was in o"ory othor part. Yot, howovor nbsoluto command and was onli-tlo- d good your food may bo, its nutri ment is doBtroved by indigestion. to tho credit duo suoh g or dyspopsio. You must proparo ojficor, for tho glorious victory which resulted in tho total for thoir appoaranco or prevent b destruction of tho Spanish flool." thoir coming by taking rognlnr of Groon's AuguBtFlowor, tho Soutimont in Congrosa soems to bo against on investigation of the favorito medioino of tho hoalthy Schloy caso. Tho opinion seems millions. A fow dosos aids digos- to 4)0 that tho pooplo accept Dow-oy'- s tiou, stimulates tho liver to hoalthy action, purifios tho blood and vordiot. Thoro will bo an at a congrossional iuvosli-gntio- mako3 you fool buoyant and vigorbutjit will probably bo ous. .You can got Dr. G, G, Groons blookod by tho Republicans. Somo roliablo romedios at H. K. Woods & Go's drug store. Got Groon's mombers favor a voto of confi. Special Almanac. donee in Schloy, as an ondorso. mont of Dowoy'e findings, Much doponds on the wishes of Schley's ASTOUNDING DlSCOVERy. mends. Sohloy is preparing to From Cooiwravlllo, Mich,, coitioa word discovery silo tho publishers of Mac lay 'a of n wonderful thnt whon of n plonsnat tnstinK liquid used boforo ro 'history," Maolay sayu ho is vin- tiritiK by nny ono troubled with n bad inauros n Rood nlffhtH Jcut. dicated by tho court, and that cough nlwnya euro tho cough, too" my 'It will Boon his history will stand as nt pros, S Hcmilbonror. ,(for tbrco ttonntn Lou-fsvilly, dis-pollocom-mandin- - V TIjo Schloy Court ojj Inquiry, tV Slif.-J!iThoBaik of Sturgis was robbed Owensboro.tKy., i ss4 ) lms found Rear ..f. ot 2o'clockT Priday morning and Admiral Schloy, Myrtle WatsonT of this city.ff. t Itho nmouno of money socurod by oulpnblo on olovon of tho clinrgos been totnlbblind for almost a tho thieves is ostimalod at $.',500. Admicontninod in thoprooopt. woek. Sho has boon in perfect Tho robbory occurrod at 2 ral Dowoy, however, disonts, nud health all hor life, nnd has- - beon Friday morning, tho inon finds strongly in fnvor of Soliloy. possessed of an oxcolkmt oyosight, ontorfng tho building by using a n Owing to lapses of time no but a fow mornings ago whon sho crowbar, with which thoy prized forpnnishmont is made nwoko sho found that sho was tol opon tho rear window, Tho crowTho court finds Schloy nogligont. tally blind. A physician was sum- bar was stolon fiom a blacksmith n 3 W rocoui-moudatio- shop.' Tho bank vault was blown opon with aomo powerful; explosive and tho stronc box reached. Tho rob bers soon rod all tho cash in tho vault. Tho explosion was hoard by pooplo in tho neighborhood, but tho thiovoa mado good thoir oscapo bo fore thoy could bo intercepted. Obituary, Mrs. Emma V. Nation, wifo of W. B. Nntion, donartod this lifof November 1st, li)01, Ioaving n loving mother and adovotod husband and two little children, two broth-or- s and throo s:stors. Hor last words wore, "Blossod Josus," May God watch ovor and guide her little on 08, and bring them to meot thoir mother in tho Eternal city. E. H. For tho first ti:in smco tho war, Tho city council of tho city of Ky., do ordain hb 'fol- thoro is not a unlorod man in Marion, lows: This is very remnrknblo That Sootion i'bf Ordinance 15, when it is ronsiilorod that tho Ko-- 1 of tho ordmancos of tho city of publicans have a political umjori .' linos all Kituis oi Roofing, Marion, Ky., entitled, J'Liconso ty in 21.") conrviiMtohnl disl riots of f Ontiorillir nnd lonnirinj? .ha, nun juoouu nun iip)riivuu uy iu i uiiuit oimun, nun nil') Kool jiinting a Specially. the city council May U, lSOtl, he aWloast fifty; negrt oet. tt ap- j" Will he elatl to do jeur wort r&n nnd the samo is hdrohy amonded poars to ono that tl oy would at for oitlumK. i Vi.il (lntii Kn. WnM.i.lr Hiilli)lt by striking out the worils'Tivo least send ten or iifteou lilfly col orod mon to congroBs, oupitcinlty hundred dollars" in lines two and throo of said section and insorting whon thoy nro always protonding i in lion thoroof tho words, sovrn that thoy lovo them so. hundred nnd fifty dollars." See. 'i. Tho tax orlicouso lo ' BO YEARS Ih dun I'louHntuls of noltlieni, nnl t soil by rotail spirituous, ineous, EXPERIENCE monllift oxtra (ay to ol)irern or molt liquors, by tho drink, and or their holr. quantities less than a quarl, shall O. B. WADLEIGH, ( 5IH be bovoii hundrod nnd fifty dollais St. Washington,!). por yoar. Passed and approvod this tho Tradc Mark DCSIQNS 10th day of Uocombor, 1!K)2 CopvmaHTs 4c. . Jiluo, jr., Mayor. .J. Anywio lending ikrlch and riroerlrtlnn my qnlckir ucrtln fnr cptnlon firr whnlhrr an Irntnht. f immunlr. inteiuion n pn.nDir J. C. Hourlnnd, clork. tloiilrlctlyronfldciil(U, llainlbonkon I'almu S. H. 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' gjfeS ywr1 r. f.r -- K;J35T. s K. fc.,l aaiir WOMAN EXPLAINED. I 1 1 11 unit riiimuit .tf n x tun of nn Af. I r rloiiii Wlio Hum Mini I 1 I I'lu Wit pa. Who slnill ha considered tpiallllotl to npeak with wisdom on tho Kiibject of women If it Ih not he who has had 'iii'.ru'c-i.r-njjii- lllllh Hide-lig- ()heudagaifia.Sencgulce chlff whose KpoiiNUH hate numborud preelHoly two TO LEARN HER AGE. NUTRIMENT IN FOODS. Oheudaga Iiiih Kcore and llftecn. linn- Ono Unit, Without (UvIhk Any studied all of He them. Almost IJvery Knovrn Artlclp of Diet OrTfiiMr, liuliD't' n l.nily to Tell he knowH Homethlng of Contain it l.nrKP I'crerntnitr What ho knows Iiiih crystallHint Old .Mir la. of Wnfer. inaxiiim of groat pith mid ized into II Monilo Clii- - Utile, an Italian Jourpiquancy. Hero are hoiiic of them: upon the An interesting nal, olTcred prli-"Wit oh are like weed, Hnmctiinca; nutritive tables of diiTcrciit kinds of for the bent throe aiiHuers to the following unlets you choke them they clinks food Ih furnished by mi editorial in CJUCHtlODH: the London Lancet treating of the "Htm iMiii tine, without KlvlnirmiyoN quantity of water to bo found in feni'n. IimIhoo a lady to toll hor iiift'V" artlcloH of human many AiiMMia potnt'il in hy hundred, and diet. It uppoarH, for example, that finally the iirion wore nunrded. the turnip contains over DO per cent, "(Sn to tin lutlj," hiiM tin winner of of water, the cabbage nearly the the II mt prize, "and nay to her: 'Madtame amount, and the cucumber and ame, I dreninod luM nlli t that you the vegetable marrow about 115 per and I could win a liiriii- prize at the cent.; while amongst fruits the lottery hy playing a nuinlier Ktrawberry contains nenrly 90 per to our RgcM, and, therefore, cent, of water, the apple S'i per cent, if 3011 will jiiht tell me your ago, I will and grapes 80 per cent. Kten the ro nt onee Hiid huy thr ticket.' The various meats used as footl contain nsiiinptlnii In that a denire to win the an amount of water far in excess of money will Impel the Indy to comply tho amount of solid constituents. at onee with the reiUONt. s of beef mid mutThus "Ak the tkty," ., the winner (if ton consist of water. Lamb contains the Mco!id prle, "how long mIio luu 'ess water, namely, Gt per cent., lu'en iHHrrled, and, after ihe lint, repork still less, 00.0 per cent, and plied. exproMN (front astonishment and bacon only S2.3 per cent. It would rxolniin: Mon Won! ,mmi iiiiihI huo appear that iih the llosh foods inlioon inrre child at Hint time. How crease lu the amount of fat tho proold wereyoM thou. at any rtr?"' Trom portion of water, as n rule, diminher twu NiiMWom the IhiI'm j; van Tilli BLNLiJAI.l.HK IMIII.uHorilUll. ishes. Coining to birds, the llosh of he HnrortnlHed without Hronaliii; any tho fowl and duck contains about 70 ftioipjftun on her wrt. you; unless jou cut them oil they per cent, of water, and that of the "Ak the lady," Miy the winner of .ton. pigeon 75 per cent., while the llesh of the thin! prUe. "how many years "When n woman sinllca and keep the goose contains only 38 per cent., ouiiRor ho Ik than lirr hiialwnd. TliU her tooth hIiiiU marry her for a colula the last being another example of an everyday ipiohtlou, and the who can hltu when she laughs. the fnt increasing with a correspondohnnoeM me a thoiiHHiid to one that "When a woman wecpn pat her ing diminution in the proportion of hhe will HiiBwer It promptly and cor- mice; If xlie still woepb, boat her witter. Fishes contain from 40 to 60 rect I.,. Thou Hud out the hilniud'H twice. per cent, of water. The egg, one of nee which ohm onkily he done, and hy "If you do not like n woman'a car tho most powerful nf nutritives, conworl.in,' nut a little hiiui in arithmetic cut it olT; slie will hear no let and tains 03.5 per cent, of water, the 3011 oau viinily tulip the prohlcm." may look more beautiful. white consisting of 80 per cent, and "DoapUe not all women built like the yolk of 50.9 per oent. The latcocunuut tree; In every foroitt iniiNt ter, of course, Is tin more nourishA COVERED DUSTPAN. bo some eoeoanut trees. ing part. Ah a rule, foods containing "A yellow woman Ih like muddy wa- n small proportion of water are not lirn lltf I. lit la Dim llir fontciiti fit fur human consumption until they Intimit ISt'nir-- , k). Ha ter, tit only for cooking. Ih rut or. "Why kla? It Ih like patting u are cooked, which commonly means reducing them to a digestible state mi gar tree. OrrnjionnJIy after dirt hn born "When you want a woman tak hor by adding wntor and boiling. hriuhoil into n iliiatMtu It t,'ct out If you can; If you on n not, make her VALUABLE DISCOVERY. nu'nln before It oURht to. An article fool hor loss. ilHtWtl, how-ci- t, this rlatm Iimk of to a "lie coutlokccndlng a I way m wlildh la wlndproof. The Snn wife; they like It. CoooanuU grotf Atiiiuaiiliprlc Klpptrloll' t'aei! it a llrllnlilp Mr no of 'IVIrif rnilile (T'nl.) Sun sttj.: may ho simply to fall ami He around at tho "It DIoro Com m u it lent Inn. rnfelj rurrleil from room to room, or foot of the tree. A man with many ho when In a eoeoanut tree with iiiiicn outdoor to through hallway At Hnyonnc, X. J., while experirmptled without the danger of the fallen fruit. menting with my kite sustained steel beyond a lunt llyltiif Into oiio'h eyo, or on the "A woman fights with glances; m wire, I recently proved flour naftiln. only to ho nwopt up man with spears. Some glances are doubt for the tlrst time thnt atmosagain. When .wccpluc In licltitf done sharper than some spears. pheric electricity can be used as a "If there Is trouble In your huti means of telegraphic communication, shift the women; women must lite thus doing away with a battery, dynamo, Morse sounder or magnet, together a week before the light. "Some wltos nurse giirtanuos like nud almost entirely without appachildren ami loto them full as well; ratus other than iron rods driven into see that stieh wives have a family of the ground, by means of which the grietancos. "One of my best wires hated tne yAi4f-aUiiHVSSKasTaasBaW. when I married hor and lotetl ino SEMsCsaaaaaaiJT when I told her to tile. ssstyary "One wife is as if the elock altvnya 0 marked high noon; there arc other I.ATKHT IN DIHTI'ANH. TIIK hours on the clock. "One wife is like one meal ctery lh lid In held hock out of the wny liy rntclilni the hok into thr handle, da, ami that one meal always hoya-tithe same food; the stonfnoh will which In automatically relcimcd when The diiMtpiin may he not stand It. mi dctlrcil. "Slap some, pinch others, never pat opened or cloned and held In position by the foot. TIiuh the operator can them unlets to sate a word. "Talk little to women; listen much. Maud hi an erect position mid can handH for mniiliHilnthii; the They talk for inuny and listen fur 110 both few. broom. The lid nUo erea n n "Hotter to hate n woman fear you pan, thou making to the than to think she oan wnte a dogn it Ntroiicor and more durable. The A womi, to a loter behind your back. Inventor of till", "the colored a lion that will eat hor In Alfred (JUon, Kan Dioso. fill." an admires more than a moiiKct that will chatter for her peanuts. HAIR. MANAGING THE "The wink Is not known in Senegal; i ( the TnaU la wo do not blink at tho sun or at c.k-JBtoil Imtiorlrtiit Part other. What we see, we see. What Is, III (food In Krri)tlir wo sec; what is not, other countries C'omiIIIIoii, can wink at. "Plft.t-flt- e wit llnir oil of every kind and nil prop Journey. When es are like a long tho traveler wearies nttiotiti for the holr nru iniiiccwhry 'ii 1: i:im. iumi:nt explained. a holth. he can rest bj the wayside In the fccalp In the mi Ion the ciinilitlon. Itruh the hair dnlly with moonlight. clothes a wife wears tho perpetually charged wire from new upper air is silenced until a "The leas a .t IT brush, and, If the hair has to hide In her head if charge Instantly collects. I found rnotifrh natural oil to permit. wah It more hc haa It she would keep from you. Clothes that otic wire running east and west, waonee In two weeks with eleur oold oap may are foolish; tattooing is far more or- anil up into the air through n ring A llttb? white ciialllf ter. bo iiod iwoa(ouaIly. but If It U mixed namental and tloes not chafe. Tail- aloft, when brought into connection with OH pfr cfiit. aleohol It will be lek ors are like monkeys' tails, good only with another high wire running north and south, caused, when one of the' Injurious to the head than when it i for hanging. not or saw It before terminals was grounded, a hllght "What is art? water. iippliid alone with I Tin falling but of tho hair U ouumm! I came hero. In Senegal art as sec excess of atmospheric electric action derangoniont of it In this country would he for a mon- In the wire extending east and west, b fever or aj notore tiir health. It in chocked by improve-men- t key to hang hy itn tail in a eoeoanut ami across tho lino of tho earth's In tho health and by applying tree mid make all tribes believe it wus magnetic pole, which extends nenrly north and south. Imal remodio$. An ovccllont lotion a man in high suspense. "Wives are useful, particularly if The three steel wires wore raised in iimde of two drachms for tho senlp six you smoke. Let their teeth he good; tho form of an Immense church spire, of tincture of canlliHridoa, with a base about 300 foot across. 1I1. ich iiim of rohoinnry and 11 ounces of it inoaiiH better snulT. "Marry much. Do not take it seri- One edge of this upward reaching triApply a little once rhli rlluwor watrr. or twice a dayjiflor hruthlng thoualp ously. Often had wit oh make gootl angle was formed by tho steel wire brivkly with" a stllT brush until It is widows. It is hard to bo the widower kite cable which went on up beyond the apex of the wire spire to a height In n glow. When the hair Is Abort of a gootl witlow. "When the cooks spoil the broth of about 1,000 feet, maintained aloft dip tho head It an excellent plnnt to In cold water night and morning, tine!, In our land wo put them In tho pot by two mammoth kites. Telegraphic after thoroughly drying the hair, to make more. It soltcH the question signals wereon transmitted from any one station the ground simultanebriinh it tuiekly and wrll for live mi- of food. ".Many women would rather bo one ously to the two others by simply nute. grounding the wile at any one staAn excellent hair wa.h, when a hair of 66 wivoH than one of none." tion, when the power to draw half-inc- h wah Is needed, conslstH of Kevon Simple It city for it .My, sparks at the other stations inounces of rokf wutrr, one ounce of aroA tot oran .housekeeper told me the stantly tanlshed, except on the wire matic spirits of ammonia, one and a u simple for n day half drachms 'of tlnctire of cnutha-rit- otherwhich of says hasremedy fulled running oast and west, where sparks hhe not or sty, of an inch in length s and half an ounce of glycerin. ("mod Housecontinued. Shake and mix the mixture well in a In her experience, says Hy detaching the iron rod the spark, bottle, and apply It to the n'lilp with keeping. It is a poultice of lukewarm tea loaves, Put the smallest ing power wus instantly restored at N. Y. Tribune. a old toollihriihli. quantity of water possible titer a the other stations. It was like shuthalf spoonful of black tea ami allow ting on and oil a light in army .signalMIIU liierenaen WelulK. tllHngroo with one it to steep. Take it in ten mlnutoH ing mid so making tints and (lushes. Tf milk does not I hollow and fohl into a tiny piece of thin thnt this at present n quart or more a tiny will help Lay It on tho eyelid and static electric force could In tho work of getting fat: It muslin. fdinuhl be Kipped rather nlouiy, nn It keep tho eyes shut for half an hour. bo collected ut a high point lu the turiiH lutocurdH th moment It reaches As it dries moisten In Mic cold tea. noiiiitniiiK on largo copper Insulated the gastric JiiIcch of tho Ntomach, ami This cure Is only of avail before tho discs, without kite.?, and used to elecwhen a large qimntity Ik kw allowed at Hty has conic to a head; tho poultice trify the line to the west, and that once the large nmsH formetl Ih not must bo applied as soon as tho tlrst static attraction anil repulsion might quickly digested. A tablcspoonful of prickling pulu in tho eyelid an be used with delicate Instruments and A. l'd-without magnetism,-Willia- m lime water in a glniH of milk will nouncoH the coming of the. disugree. in X. iluruld. able iiitluiuimitiou. itn billouu properties. worn-anklut- ,rfvVMJVtA, 55 wIvoh. l. well-know- n Ilia Colt nud KIIIpiI. Tho following is a most altercating and, in TIip C'ollppfor Should Up I.iiruer Tbsn one i expect, pathetic tale the Holder nuit I'rovlalou Mr. J. Pope, 42 Kerrar Hood, Streatliain, .Mtiilu for Oterllott. said. "Ve, poor chap, he is gone, dead horse bolted, thrown oil lus cat on hut cab lie was There arc several styles of rain Jtivuig and killed poor chap, and a good gauge In use. Koine, of them are lort, too, mate. It was him, you ce, who of St. Jacobs Oil The most common typo javc me the new man of inc. "J'vvas like that made a Ih thnt hero described, however, anil thin: me and Howman were great friends. this calls for the use of a measuring Some gentleman had given him a bottle of stick in addition to the gauge proper. St. Jacobs Oil which had done him a lot of of good; he only used half the bottle, and The instrument is composed remembering that I had been a martyr to three parts: An ndjustiblc top, or rheumatism and sciatica for yearn, that I collector, indicated nt A in the draw- had literally tried everything, had docdising; a tube, or holder, 11; and an tors, and all without benefit, I became was C. The top is couraged, and looked upon it that there overflow attnehment, no help for me. Well," aul Pope. "You made wide and Daring, so as to catch may not believe inc. for it is a miracle, but ns much wntor iih possible, and is pro- before I had used the contents of the of St. Jacobs Oil which poor vided with a short tubular projection gave me, I was a well man. There it is, at the bottom to fit into the tube. you see, after years of pain, after umg remThe tube is deep and Blender, uc edies, oils, embrocations, hore liniments, and spent money on doctors without getA ting any better, I was completely cured in I bought another bottle, thinka few days. ing the pain might come bark, but It did not, so gave the bottle away to a friend I can't tpenk too who hnd a lnmc back highly of this wonderful SIMPLE RAIN GAUGE. ThroTrn from self-recordin- g. half-bottl- r J e Xo matter what ails yo-t- , headache to a canter, you will never get well until your bowels are put right. Cascarcts help nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, produce easy, natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back. Cascarcts Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in inetnl boxes, every tablet lias C. 0. C. stamped on it. Beware of imitations. Atchison Globe. Persons contemplating a journey East or WcHt should be careful that the rates paid for their transportation do not exceed those charged by the Xirkcl Plate Road. This company always oilers lowest rates and the service is efficient. Careful attention is given to the wants of all first and second class passengers by uniformed colored attendants. The dining car service of the Xickel Plate Road is above criticism and enables the traveler to obtain meals (35) cents to $1.00 but at from thirty-fiv- e no higher. The Pullman service is the usual high transcontigrade standard. nental tourist cars ply between Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Confer with nearest agent of the Nickel Plate Rcd. Semi-weekly Iteat for tin. TIitTclil. Some men are suspicious of their friends, hut can always he worked by strangers. half-bottl- e How-ma- n c 1 - eorre--ioniltn- ir B three-fourth- HIM PLC ItAl'N QAUGK. m curnte measurement being promoted The diameter of the top Ih eight inches, and that of the tube, or holder, 2.53. Consequently the one has un nren ten times larger thnn the other, and ten Inches of wnter In the tube means that one Inch has fallen in the collector. One inch in the tube Indicates a rainfall of a tenth of an Inch. After a" rainstorm, the measurement Ih made with a blender flat stick graduated to inches and tenths, not eighths. The stick is thrust down In the tube perpendicularly, zero end first, a iiil then quickly withdrawn. A glance will show how far up the scale has been wet by immersion. If thcro is 2.3 inches of wnter in the tube, the rainfall has been O.'.M of an inch. The tube commonly used by the United States weather bureau nt its stations is 20, inches deepj and is capable of mensitrlng a 'rainfall of two full Inches, which Is a great amount. However, to provide for a still greater precipitation, It is customary to have an overflow attachment, shown nt C. This Is simply a circular can eight Inches in diameter, Into which the water flows when the tube It is full. In actual sort ice the tube is set inside the can, and then the llnrlng top is adjusted to the tube. When more than two inches hate fallen, the tube can be emptied, and then the surplus from the can poured in, to bo measured as the first IhstaHinpnt was. Tho may be made of tin or sheet copper. It is important thnt the diameters be strictly according to rule, in order to preserve the proper proportions between the nren of the top and the cross section of the tube. It is nlso important thnt the instrument be set on level ground, or the center of a large flnt roof, with no fence railing or other partial obstruction to the wind within ten or liftoen feet. Xo building should bo nearer thnn 100 feet. Anything which will produce eddies will cause more rnin, or less, to fall into tho gauge than falls elsewhere. Consequently, gront pains must bo taken in exposing this nppnratus, or the results will be misleading. It is not unusual for two gnuges placed only n few rods apart to giw very different indications. V. Y. Tribune. -- by thifl mentis. Every man thinks his wilting is plainer tlinn thnt of anyone he eter knew. Atchison Globe. ."More I'll Intnlilr, " Mid the would-bDropsy treated free bv Dr. II. II. Green's con tributor. "How would you like to hue un Bons, of Atlanta, On. Tho greatest dropsy jsmiv on 'Our Daily Hread?' " specialists In the world. Read their adver"Thanks," replied tho editor, "we prefer tisement in another column of this paper. butter. Good day." Philadelphia Record. Man a man who tries to be a rascal finds he is only capable of being a fool. Caicago Piilillr Protppteil. Daily News. Hon. Judge Wing of the Federal Court Clevelnntf has issued a permanent injuncof PUTNAM" FADELESS DYES nre as tion with costs and damSges enjoining a eay to use as soap. No muss or failures. Gorey from the manufacture lawyer named antl sale of an imitation of Caseareta Gorey imitated the boxes, the shape of the tablet and used a similar sounding name. Any dealer who will offer a substitute or say that something "is just as good" when ('as carets are called for, does it for the purpose of making a few cents extra profit, which must always he at the expense of the cuspain-killer.- " "fiood-moniuig,- e ABSOLUTE pol-vo- n 1 them known, Cascarcts today have the largest sale of any bowel medicine in the world. They are always packed in metal boxes with the long tail "C" on the cover and each tablet stamped C. C. C. They nre never sold in bulk or from jars. Readers are warned against imitations or substitutes of this meritorious medicine, and if at any time they have been offered a substitute jr an offer to sell something "just as good" when Cascarcts have been asked for, write direct to the Sterling Remedy Company, Xew York or Chicago. tomer's health. Cascarcts have been odvcrtied freely in our columns and ns the result of making SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Terj mall tad as to take as mgax. 11 Johnny "What is an adage?" Pa- -" An adage is an epigrammatic sophistry manufactured to prevent one from doing home-thinhe wants to do or to induce him to do omething he doesn't." Uoston Transcript. g Ix-e- m tion, Iluffalo, have awarded three gold medals to Wnlter Baker fc Co. Limited. Dorchester, Mass., for the superiority of their Hrcakfast Cocoa and all of their cocoa and chocolate preparations, and the excellence of their exhibit. highest award This is the thirty-seventreceived by them from the great expositions in Europe and Ameiica. lllK'ieat Atrard on Cocoa nntl Chocolate. The Judges at the Exposi- ytz T . Must Boar Signature of See Facsimile Wrapper Below. CARTER'S FOR HEaDACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FDR IIUOUSNESt. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FIR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION "That is your husband rapping!" announced the medium in a solemn voice. "My husband rapping?" said the widow, absently ; "gracious! he must have forgotten his night lei !" Philadelphia Record. The route between Xew York and Chicago by way of the Lackawanna Railroad is growing in popularity. It takes people through some of the finest scenery fn America, over splendid Hotr Shp KnptT. . eBTONB HUWIMUH mutM. CURE SICK HEADACHE. Very ropulnr Plnn. uJ c-- n, roadbeds, in excellent cars that are noted for their, fine riding qualities. The dining-ca- r service is worked on the principle of order what you want and pay fer nothing ehe a plan that is very popular. You may have your meals as cheap or as expensive as you please. Service is on the European plan. Individual club breakfasts or suppers, calculated to please the most fastidious, are furnished at a minimum cost of 35 cents. No Limit. Mrs. Talk Emma is very fond of embroidery. Mrs. Gossip Yes, she even ruffle her temper. Boston Herald. Webster's International Dictionary ol EoglUb, Biography, Geography, Fiction, etc. New and Enlarged Edition 25.000 NE.W WORDS. ETC. Edited by W. T. HARRIS, Ph.D., LL.D., United States Cooiraitsioncr of Education. Rich Bindings. New Plate. Throughout. 3364 BEST FOIV THE, HOUSEHOLD Alto Webster's Collaglfcte Dictionary with a valuable 1100 Paget. Scottuh Ulouary. Sije 7x103)1111. i webster's 1400 Illustration. Iotbcuixcmi.1 mciKtuaJ Specimen pages, etc., oi both booLs sent on application. . G. O C. Merrlarn Co., Springfield, Mass. 1 Pages. 3000 Illustrations. tltmt-IMi- I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ngo. Mrs. Thos. Robbins, Mnplc Street, Norwich, N. Y. Feb. 17, 1000; BLUE POINT OYSTERS. Some IntercatliiKr I'll eta Aliout Thpaa l'oituliir ArlMloerutN of thu lilt nit p Pumllj. - 1 1 I ; h nno-sixtoeu- th ly noil-trult- d, FAII.81 Prloo, SOo. A newborn oyiter i a tlnj ileck of a crown, where forContentment creamy substance, not much larger tune huth deniedcites Ford. A. N. K.- -F 1894 it. than the point of a pin. Its advent in WUCM WKITINO TO ADTEKTI8ERI He who rules must humor full as much countless numbers from the middle of Xleaae state thnt you saw the AdverU'n" sent to this oaser. July to the' middle of August Is to the as he commands - George Eliot otsterman of Connecticut, where are located probably the 'argest seed ousA ter plants in the world, an etcnt of the utmost interest. Long Island sound has some peculiarity of the wateV At which renders it cspcclallj fatorable intervals dur-Vfor the raising of the choicest mid 90 1, round trip most. widely-sougousters. Xot only tickets will be sold via the are here located thousands of ouster plantations., hut also immense natural pottQn 'Belt Route, oyster beds. And here nut! there only I" Upoui Cairo and Is ruisod the famous, lllito Point o.tster. must delicately flavored of its kind the S $WSwMemphis to points and in demand the world over. htYwJjiiP Arkansas, Louis- The Gront South bay, on the outside fciana, Texas, and of Long Island, facing tho ocean and u distance of 50 miles from extending Indian'and Okla the tow lis of South Day and Speonk, is homa Territories, the hendqiinrters of the entire producJat greatly reduced tion of the genuine Blue Point otsteis. ' .' The name is derived from a point of . rates. land which juts out Into tho bat here, I ' hell ut where vou wtnt to jo; ilsa called Hlue Point. 'khen you would like to leave. nJ we A combination of percentage of salt ' will tell you when you esn secure one 61 the In tho water, temperature, depth, contickets and whit It will cost. We will also send you a compiet dition of bottom, together with some ; 'schedule (or the trip and an Inttiesttrjr indefinable quality possessed by the Utile hook, "A Trip to Texaj." hitter which is different from any f ' ' ' : s other, gives to them their flavor, which 7yW. t. PllIR.OvP. i, Memphis, Two. W. 0. ADAMS. T. P. i, NurnWc.Ttim. f.R.VMn.T.PACllaiutl,Ofcfo. M.ADlMI,T.P.A,U!ro,lll has net or yet been equaled by any of y A " r i i.nmiur r. d..iti ci i.i. u. the various kinds of ousters raised hi m. un..uii.i.iinn iv, .. iw J, hi, America, nntl the oyster industry li by far the most important fishing industry in the United Stntes. The Hlus iakBitjayaitsssMtAstlM k Points nre simply transplanted and llrldgeport seoil otstcrs, which urc taken from ojster beds and put Into the Hlue Point beds iuOreat South bay, where they attain maturLEADER" and "REPEATER" ity under thr most exalted and potent SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS conditions, which graduate them ousarc used by the best shots in the country because they are so accurate, ter aristocrats, with reputations ready uniform and reliable. All the world's championships and records have been made, possessing tbe highest oyster won and made by Winchester shells. Shoot them and you'll shoot well. mid sought for ns "Dltinn valuation C USED BY THE BEST SHOTS, SOLD EVERYWHERE Points" in every civilized liwid. Hart JlawaiMaat4iaaawwa ford 'iituee. rSMUVOiJI. "Thi," remarked the minister, after officiating at the double wedding, "is what we call putting two and two together." Cincinnati Obterver. To Cure n Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All drugglstsrcfund money if it falls to euro. 25c. WHISKY and other drug habits cured Wo want the and references FltEE. Dr. WOOL.1.KY. llox a, Atlnntu, Uaw U. M. "BW DISCOVERY; gives & I quick relief and cures ohk rate., lloulenf testimonial" ami 111 tn a treatment Free. Ir. II. 11. UKtaVS (ON8, B.i II, iTLlSTi, Us. worst cases. sTaDIIIIUf "bs: IVllwl Hook nDADCV U tWJf USE CERTAIN" CHILL CURL Law Rates to Texas. freent 1 f& ng ht &&&. . I ffl a .! low-ti- ts . . Xor-wal- ff CHESTER! JriUfi' i k tfem ' - n ?m -- . .1 WW ' $$ - Mnrconi 1ms domonstrntod his NEW COUNTY n Inurn li i rt iiiuaoti' r uuuit nlt.lii. iiv Ivmwl iiuiuitijiiiu tllnoen ' i fiuiiivj gos noroaa tho ocoan without tho . OFFICIALS No Press Next Week. Dempsey Station Dead. Mr. Dempsey B. Stalion, ono of the ohlost and host known oil of tho I lurrienno neighborhood, died at his homo Sunday night, aftor an illness of many wooks. Tho burial look placo nt Hurricnno church comotory Tuos-daMr. Stalion was in his He was a man yoar. highly respected by all acquaint-- J ances, nnd lovod by a huge circle y. sov-onty-lif- lh County Surveyor Doad, County Survoyor W. H. EhUm, of LMngstou county, dlod ittjjjifc homo in tho Pan Handle Tliurr-da- y night aftor a briof illnoBn, of typhoid fovor. Mr. Eaton was sick only a fow days and many of i(a frionds in tho county did not loarn ho was ill until his doath svas announced. Mr Eaton was oloctod county survoyor in 18(.)7, 1 I J V. Publishertnlking to onoh othor ftcr088 n WALTER WALKER, Managor. 8pnco 0f iyoO miles, with only tho Take Oath of Office Wednesday, January 1st. atmosphoro to bonr tho mossngo. liquidation of dobts All published freo of chnrKo. J without inonoy or collaterals Booms 10 lines nt 5 cents per lino. over RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT:--81.0mora ronsonnblo, mid, by tho wny, Tho nowly oloctod county offi would bo moro npprccinblo whon cers will nssumo thoir duties on coal bills nro piling up so high January 1st. ANNOUNCEMENT. just now. J. Watts Lamb will succeed SPRING TERM. of frionda and relatives, and his FOR CONGRESS. John T. Piokons as Sheriff. Tho Spring Term of Marion Androw Carnogio proposos to name will long bo chorishod by Wo nro authorized to nnnounce Aaron Towory will succoed J.G Grudod School will begin Monday givo $10,000,030 to tho causo of tho pooplo of his vicinity. Ilo you on Jan. 3rd, 11)02. OLLIE M.JAMES Roohostor as County Judge. University oxtousion in tho Unileavos two daughters and I hi do Jan 20th, 1.K)2. a candidnto to represent the First Dis-Couuty Attornoy Kovil will o Tho hcIiooI i'h doing iU Imu t Christmas Ball. sous. iriui 01 rveniuuKv in ouiiKre.".-- . suujtti ted Statos. Ho wants congress to and Carl Hondorson nssumo to tho notion of tho Democratic party. work. Sooros of young po.ipln manago his munificent gift in tho A ball will bo given at thu ope-r- a tho dutios of this oflico, Deboo Endorses Bebout. havo Bent ub word thoy will bo ostablishmont at Washington of n houso Monday ovoning, aftor County Olork Dnvo Woods will horo. Thu ourollmout has boon Boston wont Democratic Inst Uuivorsity for higher education, Senator Doboo has endorsed j. tho norformnnco of "Faust." A bo succoodod by Ed. Woldon. Iv Hobout as postmaster weok. Tho old story of doing tho It is gratifying to hnvo n rich man at I'adu- - tho groatost yot known. Big graMiss Minn Wheeler, Supt. of largo numbor of invitations havo liko Carnogio disposed to shower right thing nt tho wrong time. V. M. Eishor, duating olasHOB in prospect. Sohools, is succoodod by John B. boon issuod. Young pooplo from oah, to succoed Coinn, young his substantial blossings upon a Sturgis, Frodonia, nnd Cridor nro whoso term will soon bo out. Tho if you want tho mon and womon, Corn is up, potntoes nro up, pork Pnris. right kind ot trai-ningrntoful country, nnd wo moan no fight for this office four years ngo is up, and now tho mercury is tho Win. T. Bolt is tho now Assos-sor- ; coining to soo "Faust," ami will disparagement whon wo suggest, A most lusted lusted for montlin, nnd it is pnrticipato in tho Bnll. only thing tuggiug nt tho othor J. F. Cnnndn retires. Writo or cull on delightful timo is anticipated. oxpoctod it will likely lust us long i nidi; ii nu nviiui uuitnii nub tiio end of tho string. Ciub Evash, Principal. racKs nearer mo ground moro this timo. Tho applicants are unVery Old Man. derstood to bo Bebout and Fisher, Wo liko Mr Brynn nnd his Com- folks could roach his fodder. Insurance Rates Raised. Tho fourth not of "Faust" shows Lowis Fowler, nn ngod colored and each are wild to hnvo strong tho Shriuo of tho oold wnvoa thnt moner, but theso Tho Board of Insuranco Undor-writor- s Tho recent docision of tho Su man, died at his homo ,uoar town Virgin the gor nro being tossed over from his premo Court swoops nway tho tarfor Tonnossoo and Kon- - bucking. goously illumiuntod olootrio star Monday. He was ono of tho roal Stnto nre not fit for n free silverite iff bars between tho Unitod Statos drops, with bluo domo of heaven old men of tho county, his oxaot tucky havo raisod tho insuranco to associate with. Attention, Subscribers. and the Philippines, but congross ago is not known, but his friends rate for Marion. Tho rato on all pnling into dnrknoss, bedecked rosidoncos and business houses is will promptly arrange tho matter claim that he was 03, On January 1st tho subscription horo and thoro with twinkling President Roosevelt is breaking now about 20 per cenf, higher to meet tho demands of that class books of lho Piicss will bo nrrnng. fltnrs. At opera house Mondny tho political bronchos with ns lit. than heretofore, No roaaon for which prospers by fnvornblo legis Distillery to Start. od for tho business of tho yonr night. tlo ovident inconvenienco as ho making tho raiso was given, lation rather than by the old fash STRAYED-Fr- om 1902. Accouuts will bo sent to nil experienced with the quadrupeds Mr. F. E. Robertson expects to my homo hi ion biblical plan start his distillery, at doliuquont subscribers nnd imino-dint- e Marion, on Thursday, Doo. 12th, n of tho West. this placo, Deeds Recorded. By nnd by Amoricnus and Amerisottlomout oxpoctod. All big blnck Aldomoy cow, with this week. Ho oxpeots to limit can capital will own everything tho output d Congress is to be usked to Mrs H. Schwab to Win. Fowler, subscriptions of two yorirs' stnud- - crumpled horiiB. Any information this wiutor, but anticitho thanks of tho pooplo to in our island possessions, tho na- pates a long run noxt ing will bo discontinued. Cell nnd Ins to hor whoronlxmt thnukfully Sanson. Ho lot in Marion $200. Why not to tives will bocomo practically sorfs, will mnko tho famous brand, "Old Admiral Schley. Francos B. Clark to Blue Xr sottlo this weok nnd volo in tho rocoivoil, or will pay for hor Dewey? Ho of all mon deserves nnd thon wo will hnvo freo trade, Hickory" whiskoy. Nunn, intorost in land for 51(5. 'tirn. J. W. Giveus. recognition for his rocont brond-side- nnd n littlo bnnd of Louisinna sugar planters will bo run over by tho Juggernaut car of Yankoo-doand McLnu-ron- , Senators Tillman of South Carolina, continue President Roosovolt is ovidont-l- y tn challongo each othar to n retaking lessons in Kentucky pobut somehow signing contest, litical history. In addition to thoy do not got together in this ONE NIGHT ONLY. Bradley's exposition of fntnl duol. things that havo boon, former It is announced that tho State State Senator Linnoy is airing tho Foeblo-Mindo- d Institute is a fail- former charges against Dr Huntor ' with tho President ns a supposed ure from n "Modico-podegogstandpoint Wo didn't know they auditor. Linney is fighting the reappointment of Huntor ns Minhnd nny doctors nnd toachors d ister to Gnutomuln. Hunter's thoro before. plodgo to tho two Populist mem'!)( to As tho Govornmont, by its tnriff bers of tho legislature of vote for froo silver, if ho were oloo o lnws, mntorially assisted Mr. -.1, J w f ; x,,i- - .1 rN..-t.--- . j 4.a tod United States Senator, is ml.mil:. Willi 1L KUIIl in amassing his stupendous Hlectrtc 5r.ukef, ()w . and many fortune, it 6eoms, according to tho brought up. The Republicans of Real Fire. who stood for froo silver in 'IKiand fitness, not a bad idea for congress Weird and Dramatic tho Democrats who stood against to assist him in spending it. it, will occasionally run up against The daily nvorngo ntiondnnco nt "tho real thing." IS A MORAL LESSON tho "grub pilo" in tho Frnnkfort With Dewoy for him, Sohley ponitentinry this yonr wns 1235. neod not worry about tho doings During tho yonr Gov. Bock ham nnd sayings of tho othor two mom-bor- e granted only 37 pardons. Gov. of tho court. Tho judgmont Blnckburn beat this ovory month. of tho horo of Mnniln is worth r.nui vxuss The executive branch of tho moro than tho decision of a hunds govornmont is generally in accord red men who novor smelt tho powdor, nor henrd tho "zip" with congress on all vitnl ques"r, ii' rf !'i f rwtcrpiece of his bnlls. If anything woro ' I .ii.., m ll l'l ir 0ctA Hnute, honco tho tions nnd vice vorsn, ,vr4ti I if uiMr.HHi mi.i1 oenini:. I')' I'orler clnim that congross, and not the lacking boforo, tho announced l i' in,u v, u,n n t'rctlit to the j ' the t'..rr .ri'(;. tV" rtifM'(l with U toplay. must govern tho Phil- opinion of Dewey inseparably President, n( ' l'jiii" ' bo a fr1 f links tho names of tho two groat r ippines is merely a technical fi.inlul '"T t' i. irl'nfii l fcat, but the .i..,.ir,- to ' (OmiliII (Ubt of gratitude an to the chnrge of imperialism. Admirals togothor, and wherever I W h.ra nrn Ms aiuKlatct for Vntit-- r briltho story of George JDewoy's urt jmln M"iy rcixlcrintrnf the plijr, andI r t liant Manila victory is told the tt'lrfinftis owl attrrttve cetz emlxlJudge Hobson thinks tho I tt which Mr. White hai enhanced of Schley at Santiashould nppropriato funds glorious fight h i iJwtfon. sufficient to provide for a fire- go will bo oheered. Tho ovidonco proof vault for tho records of tie drawn out by tho court of inquiry Court of Appeals. Tho court's is tho background that maos thek :;A-5Si- ? fi picture of tho bravo Admiral stand u ria-w-" disposition to go back on its suggosts tho filing of its de- out tho moro prominent. cisions in a straw stack near a A Washington dispatch to n pilo of 8hnvings close to n mntch Louisvillo papor says thnt tho factory. Unitod Stntes civil sorvico will shortly tnko n hand Tho Navy Department ha? alin tho matter of tho reappointready paid Admiral Sampsbn tho $15,000 nwnrded ns his portion of ment of collector Franks. The tho prizo money of tho Santiago commission nl logos that it has tesTHE FOLLOWING GREAT ELECTRICAL EFFECTS fight, which ho wns not in; while timony to show that tho collector has violated tho civillsorvico law. tho $1(30.25 sot nsido for Admiral i i WILL POSITIVELY BE PRODUCED: Schloy hns not yet boon pnid. by taking a hand in his party's i i primaries. Wo wouldjlike to see However, it mny bo thnt thoy hnvo sent Sohley up tho street to got n tho color of tho Kontuckinn's hnir The Rain of Fire! dollnr bill busted so ns to mnko who, holding office, doosnot shako The Electric Sword Duel ! "tho light fantastic too" whonov-o- r tho correct change. The Electric Horning Glories! n political ball is within roach The Electric Circle of Fire! Agitators in Porto Rico havo of him. Tho oloctionary spirit of boon convicted and sontoncod to this ago may gorminato ono to The Electric Flower Bed? prison for attempting to raiso tho flourish in tho next century, but The Electric Fire Flies! proposition that prico of labor. Thoy would find it is asolf-ovidoThe Electric Necklace ! moro profitable and loss onorous tho lust century did not proparo it The Electric Stars! to oomo to the mother country nnd ono for this; if itjdid a stray bul- The Electric Skull ! jqin in tho gonoral successful scuf- lot in ono of Daniel Boono' s bat fle to raiso tho prico of all tho com ilea with tho Indians must have inodilios thnt lnbor must buy i iid him low. If thoro woro such a mini, why ruin his beautiful reMISS OLGA VERNE AS MARGUERITE. --$-9 character of tho business, but cord by making him n collector, tho wo look nt tho thing from n differ- or ovon n constablo, in Kentucky, ent stnndpoint, OmTyARIES:-oxMcdlnBloniMVTi,ollo- ft. 0. WALKER, r: no8t 0 , I The Pkess staff always fakes a rost Uhrislmasl wook, JNo papor will bo issuod noxt wook. This odition completes tho y oar's work. It hns boon tho objoct of tho to mako tho papor bettor this yoar than ovor boforo; as to whothor wo havo succeeded wo can not say. Our roadors nro tho judgos. To our subscribers wo oxtond our host wishes for a happy Christmas nnd n joyous Now Yoar. Tho Pkkss will again groot man-agomont m 1 ro-tir- g. swoat-of-tho-fa- ox-ten- j s. m. Opera House Monday, Dec. 23 if con-iine- PORTER J. WHITE'S Tun Cnr-nogi- SEE it -- :: lhc:l5. other U Brrrrn than a sermon one-my'- N . nns-wo- -- - ro re-cor- .i sgaaK?,v oqm-missio- n nt !"ft - .u J efcZL. S. a - iipn i "i Trjifc - '-- -. ' ....-.r-J 'JT "fFr m 6 t40444 Choice Holiday Goods X L, 7 ! AH Ebcn Holdcn. at Haynes' Drug Store the Latest Books Such ROBT. F. HAYNE: t $ Everything Nice ! Toilet Sets, Elegant Line of Jewelry, Everything Pretty! Albums, jhe Finest Perfumery, Everything New ! Novelties, gxquisite Stationery. Handsome Assortment of Ladies and Gents Pocket Books. A Large Selection of Beautiful Dolls. llfejwss . KK, as "Dr'i and I," Warwick of the Knobs, Blennerhasset, Norman Holt, 4 1 Wf Buy your from J)o88 A: CI riatmns whiBkoy biiIo Bi y your Ohrittma! Ynndoll-Gugonhoii- hnndkor-chie- f Co. from nt n It. 0. WAUvKK, WALTER WALK (IHXTX1U Publnhor Hayno3' drug storo. Mnnngor. All tho latest bookB for Co. OKK DOLLAR Lost- - A pair of Bhndod noso If you want frosh ornnborrios The Pnnss voting contest to dotormino tho most popular young In- go to Cophor'B. Ilia glasses, Wodnosday. Findor will (1 in Onttondon and Livingston Tho coiiIohI closes Tuesday ntl nuil counties will closo Monday nftor- plonso return to Miss Nolle Wnlkor goods tiro all frosh. o'clock. noon, nt l o olook. Iho last count boforo tho finnl ono has mado. at niuofc Nunn's Ofi.co. tho bnot ,)ox Iocko(f nnd ouo koy ,8 n U0 po88088ion of M". "KiuibI" Monday night. .1. W. Pritoholt, nt Glndstone, i'b paying tho highoBt market prico Old Tliokory whisky $2.25 per in cash for turkoys. IJo wants all gallon, tifjcontB por quart. Only in tho county. at llnrrignn's. MISS MOORE 301, MISS NUNN 30 Pr K. C. Uaynos' grocery storo i hnB tho other. . .7 now locntod in tho building for- - .... bftot ho dry goods Btoro. hn nnn. Soo tho Dovil at tho opera hour o inorly ocoupiod by Wilborn & Tho bodroom suit will be presented to tho successful contestant on dolir-oro- d Tho bedroom Bet will bo Montloy night. Pioroo, two doors north of Cook Christmas morning. to tho winner Christmas morTho last count rando Wodnosdny morning shows that Miss Carrio hotol. Pny your subscription bofuro ning. Who will got it? Mooro nnd Miss Clara Nunn aro equal in strongth, each having 801 tho oonlost cloios. All money rofundod at tho ond j. no race uotwoon iuo iwo young maiOB lias boon oxoitlngfrom A big lot of rugB for Christmas, of tho third act to thoso who nro voios. tho start, and promises to become more exoiting during tho remaining Go to Dobo & Co, for yonr Co, in tho lonBt dissatisfied with Por- days of tho Contest. Tho friends of oaoh aro working hard, and ar3 Christmas whiskoy, strong in thoir determination to win tho prize for thoir favorite, Tho Hugh Bonnott. of Tolu, wns in ter J. White's production of CHAPEL HILL voting hns boon very, honvy during tho past week, nnd there is but Only six clnya until tho contest town )oatorday. IJo called at the "Faust." littlo doubt that tho totnl number of votes will bo doubled boforo tho Lester Bigham is on tho sick Littlo o'oaoa, llno you voted? J 'hubs ollico and voted for his fa- whito ccrn whin ovoning of Deo 21th, tho closiufF dny oi tho contost. Tho intorest list. Dnvioss Immif08te(, in lho conl08t hM bQOn vorite. Soo our now ladies jackets, that we ox tod koy $2 por gallon, oOc por quart. Bud Hill, ono of our Chapel Hill boy Tho Btnnding of tho contostnntB nccording to tho last count is as Ynndoll.CiUtfonhciin Co. WhoilVoil Wnnt tho best, buy will lcavo for Kansas in February tr. Win. IJarrigan. follows: from C. ft. Doss & Co. Tho Cold mako his futuro homo thoro. InrviB is shipping a lot of Init Misd Owing to tho stormy weather iMisg Cftrrio Moor0 4 Spring or Old Joo Pork inn whiB:wl Miss Mnnnrd Miloy Ward, who left hero in Soptoir yoar'H purohnso of tobneoo. Ada Howorton, 4 koy. Mrs. II. A. Ingram's ontoitain- - Miss Clara Nunn .'01 ber to go to Clinton, has returned hom MiasMamio Boyd, 4 OG did not tako placo Monday MissSntlio Sununorat..'.. Air. W. D. Orowoll, of Black-folMiss Ida Duval!, This is tho last wook of tho con-tos- t. uiont 4 to tako in tho holidays. k Miss Addio Boyd ovoning, but will bo givon at lho'M,M Mnr' MkwuII wnn in town yoslordny. 4 Tho year 1001 is drawing near to it All voIob must bo in tho bnl MissMina Whoolor, 3 closo, and horo is to tho readers of th J!jM opera houso Friday ovoning. 21 Miss Ruby Jsmos, Alico lirownitiB 3 o'clock Tuosdny Mr. C. W. Collie, or Morgan-lio't- l, lot box by 1 Crittenden Pkess; wishing you a merrj 14 Miss Ebba Pickens, Ovor 10,000 foot of oloolrioal MIm Nollio Wnlkor, wan in town last week. Miss Duko Ilnyden, 1 Christmas and n good old timo generally 10 Miss .wiro.Scalciumns. j and about 20.. Miss Inlcen 1 Wo welcome tho year 1902, nnd to the Fannio Finloy, Miss Henna Hill, of Calhoun, is Tho boyn hnvo rnisod about $75 000 squaro fcotof Miss Pearl Cook, ' 1 Editor tho most cheerful young man, I Bconory will bo Miss Rosa Duloy 1 gtiuHt of friends in this city. to bo uBsd in fitting up a gyinnn-s- i iiBod in tho production of wish you nil the honors I possibly can, "Faust iMiMMlira0 Moor0i. Miss Ircnd LaRuo 4 ti in in tho third story of tho at tho opera houso Monday night and nt tho ond of tho year 1902 you'll be I'lio churches of this city will able to tako hold of our local paper and school building. o luiMi no Christ mao ontortniiunonts The straight grndo flour, give us nil tho nows generally. Excolsior whiskoy, I yoais old STRAYED -- From my homo in Neckwear, now and nobby. brnnd, and Snow Drift, is Wost farion. Nov. 21, 1901. ono IJny nvcrcoats from $1..M) up. $2 por gallon, I50o por quart. Honry Brydon, Harris, N. C Co. black milk cow, long slim bodiod, simply fino. Try it. Co. Win. llarrigan. Tolu Mills. says: "I took medicine 20 years rather luo black, with tho tips of Tho prico of wheat bran in .Uov. Willis Brown, now H'resi liorns m"f, ed ofT. Any informntion MrsTiusloy, of Kutlnwo,, was for nrthmn, but ono botUo of Ono thiflcity has been rnisod - ten per Puro whito corn whiBkoy at C. Minute Cough Curo did mo more Iii'b will bo liberally rowardod. Ad tho goost of Mrs. J. I Uood'laBt cant, within tho pbbI wook. It is dont of Missouri, wns grooting E. Doss & Co's for $2 por gal or good than anything else during frionds in this county last wook., iirii3H wok. now $1 nor hundtod. Striotly sour hat timo. Boat Cough Cure. R. Airs. Julio L. Kennedy, 50o. por quart. i i r i ii Porter J. Whilo rnrritm ovor : F. Haynes. ; l i Marion, Ky. ' raaah. ,. -:.: .: Tho city schools will bo dismi6B tliro.) tons of Kconury mid nloctrio od Friday afternoon for tho Christ mooiiiuB at mo coun iiouso, oiu tho cold wonthor intorposod. oiroots. mna holidays. Tho socond torm . Mr. llughoy nurloy is hnppy Call on iib for your Christmas will upon Ian (ith. ovor tho nrrivnl ofn lino boy bnby whiskoy. Will not bo undorsold. Hugs, Uugs, nt nt homo. Tho young man is roWin. llarrigan. Co. bust and promising; tho old man Nobby now shapo hats. Mrs. Suo A. Adams will opon n is as gay aB a schoolboy with a Vaiidoll.Ciiigonhoini Co. privnto bcIiooI for smnll ohildron snow alod an n hillside delay Ahead Tobacco Ixigan to move oast this at her homo Monday, Jan. (5th. A farm of 200 aoros for salo showlong, cream of w.iok, and I ho. cold apoll has not .Sho asko your natronago. ohoap. Must bo Bold. Mopped it ing. I have a large of L. W. Cruco. No tobacco will bo received nt .Judgo IMoroo will inovo to tho Iho.JarviB tobacco factory aftor Tho Bocioty ovont of tho soason K K Higham rosidenoo tho Hrst Doc. IMUi until .Inn. 1st. Whito'a production of "Faust." of tho yonr. W. 1). Bainl. Largo parties will allond tho from Sturgis, Frodonin, Buy your whinkoy from Dobb Ar Tho bridgo ovor Livingston to. and you will got tho best lor crook, on tho Frodonia and nnd Cridor. Spooinl rntos on tho your money. road, is in a vory bnd con- railroad. Sonls for "FaUBt" on snlo at tho dition, and much complaint is Blanko's famous brands of cof-fo- o Press otHco. Tho advance flnlo made. nnd tons nt Cophor'B, 15 to .'!0 is vory largo. before boo our $7.50 men's ovorcontfl conts por pound. Which It will pay you to Tho wifo of Mr. Goorgo Ilnw-kin- s Thoy aro worth $10. you your holiday Don t forgot Tom Honrin puts Yaudoll-GugonhoiWntson diud nt lior homo near Co. up tho nicoatbrvsketof nuts, fruits Irmn yoatordny. H t Ornwford, of the nnd candies in town for tho loast Mnnngor Will Children's ovorconls. Elootrio Light Co., is tho hnppy monoy. Wo hnvo tho Inrgost stock CUT GLASS, Co. fathor of ii lovoly littlo daugHtor, of ornngos, bananas, apples, nuts, BRONZES, who mndo hor appoarnnco a few and oandios ovor brought to Mnri-on- , Messrs J. W. Hluo and C. S. days ago. and want to soil thorn. Como FINE ART PIECES. is'unn loft yostordny for Chicago and got. our pricoB boforo you buy. Send us your ordor by mnil or on a business trip. tolophono, it will recoivo )rompt Wo will Bavo you mdnoy. NOVELTIES IN frcBh grocorioB, call niton ti For good, Win, nnrrignn. Cophor 8orvos lunches at all hi. HAT PINS, nt 1L C. llnynoa grooory, two doom hours and at all prices. Ollio Jniuou wook. was in Louisvillo this Mr. O'Brion, of Mndisonville, has purehasod Kittingor & Still-nott'- ( fl Ib011' ttahiort .., Mmion Bank, aui County Clerk Davo Woods Tuosdny nt 1 o olook thoso, two contlomon will orion . il Ynndoll-Gugenhoi- m A whirring nnd rumbling of hi. dious noises; tho flnBhing of lightning and tho strong, rqnring penis of thunder, tho sight of somo poor unfortunate struggling agninst the demons of hell incarnnto; behold tho demon liko forms that belch forth tho curso of damnation; tho night grows dnrkor; tho storm tho demons gathor in midnight rovolry and ourso tho immn-oulnt- o angel tho Virgin Mary; as is his bidding from tho throno of torment. Thon thoro come3 n lull, nnd all roars forth in a soothing mass of fire, with enchanting hidoousnoss, and tho ourtain falls to hide from view tho remorse of tho lost souls. Tho Brocken sceno in "Faust." ra-ga- s; C 4 V-- : wv d, ! 1 v r T tli 'il1"" wi,.. Pal-mott- I Ynndoll-Gugonhoii- n Ynndoll-Gugonhoi- m r. x-, :: Yaudoll-Gugonhoi- m : i t Gifts are Best Selected don't but get the purchasing too the stock per-formnn- co Beautiful Dy-ousbu- rg Christmas . . bo-in- g Jewelry see gifts. purchase 1 m Ynndoll-Gugonhoii- n north of Cook's hotol. Parties nt Sturgis dosiriug to Quito a numbor of farmers in nttonil thoporformnncoof "Fnust" provontod ISldor in this city Monday ,'Doc. 2.'ld, enn tho Lovias neighborhood hnvo Tho cold wnvo lost by tho disoaso that is Cnrtor from tilling his pulpit nt socuro tickets at SO conts for tho round trip. playing havoo with horsos and Sunday. I'iiicknoyvillo rc-con- i BRACELETS WATCH CHAINS. A " Al you want a good, pnro whiBkoy, ono Hint is Bnfo touso for LMubIi capos, now nnd ohcap. purposes, ns woll ns a Co. n bovorngo, try Montronl 3nlt Ryo whiskoy nt Harrigan'B. Club togothor nnd buy your For Ohristinno 1 yonr old Hon-aro- h hmtmns whiBkoy from Llarrignn whiskoy for $2 por gnl. 50o. iou will trot it ohonnor. por qunrt, tho boBt on tho mnrkot K. . . . Hov 3. A. Cumuli hnaboon Biok for tho monoy, nt 0. E. Dobs & Go's. 'evornl days, nnd is unnblo to ot- Mr. Ilnrry Jnrvis, a membor of leiid to his pastoral work. tho woll known tobacco firm of Spoolnl pricos to porsoiiB form- this city, diod yoatordny at his I'ng n club for purchasing OhriBt- homo in llendoraon nftor Bovornl lifts whiskoy nt Enrrigau's. wooks illness of typhoid fovor. Daviess county whito coni wins Miss Tnlbort, olghtoon-yonr-ol- d JUghtor of John Talbort, diod nt koy $2 por gallor., 50o por qunrt, J Wra, Hrrjgan, ir home near Tolu Monday, Tf mo-dioiunl Mr. Goo. Drako, of Loxington, Bpont somo days laBt wook with friends in this county. Ynndoll-Gugonhoii- JBuy your goods from Ynndoll-Gugonhoii- n Co. doli-cioii- B cattlo in nearly all soctiona of tho county. Mossrs Wig Brown, Elvis Mooro, Win. Gillinm and Goo. Bolt oaoh hnvo lost n horse, whilo Si Franklin, Honry Mooro nnd Howlot Bolt hnvo lost cnttlo. Christmas bnskots of ovory design at Cophor'B, tillod with tho Bwootost enndios and rnrost fruits. Miss Goorgin McGrow, of Bayou Mills, nnd Mr. Gub Edwards, of Pnduonh, wore woddod in Mom phis Thursday. Tho brido is tho accomplished daughtor of Mr. Goo N. MoGrow. Sho is n talontod nrtist and was ongngod ns nrt in tho schools of this city Bovornl yonrs ago, Sho has many frionds horo who wish hormuoh Great Assortment of Brooches in all the Latest Settings. "i ' ... RINGS OF EVERY DESCRJPTION. STERLING SILVERWARE, NECKLACES. WATCHES, LEVI COOK MMMMMMMMMMHMMMiMMM 9 axsxoy X27X9I1 0 Call and see for yourself. H i V 2i; - . -- Tim W i !. 1" yjH . f ' ..rvc. 1 THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rum.umuu tui:ki,t. MARION, i t i i KENTUCKY. FALU Flacks of yellow. Mots of rod, In the green boughs overhead; Withered hcrbngo In the RnM Of the pasture, where I These and many other pIkii. Midst the cedars nnd the pine, Seen ns plain as light nt dtiwn, Tell the. tale that summer's gone. mnk n bonnet in 100 years, nut f know some onu Hint can. Do I mnku myself plnln?" Daffy rose. "Very," nlio retorted merrily. Already the prospect of a was swept away, dull morning "thank you for jour suggestion, cousin mine," she went on. "I'll tnke nivsolf home, nnd see what I can evolve from my boxes of ribbons and velvets, l'oor old Mrs. FisUel Willi thnt old battered bonnet in view, out of very pity 1 wouldn't be surprised if 1 crented n masterpiece." A light kiss and DaiTy was gone out of the studio and up tho street toward home. It was yet early, nnd ns she opened nai M I : Summer gone, but linger still Beauties rnre on plain nnd hill; ' Tints thnt rival rainbow dyes Set In summer evening skies. Gemming men (low, fen and lea. Drlght as shells from out the sen. Bummer's gone, but left are nil Tha countlosi splendors of the full. tho fairest flowers remain; Golden rod In endless chain: Dnlsles Interspersed Hk perns stems; Hend nnd bow on Asters siorting everywhere. lllue-ey- i heautle bright ami fair; I.nte rose blooming on the lawn. Henries that tho summer's iron. AH grfnl l e In the iw.ture lsrwl. To hU sweetheart near at hand. lMpe and clear. his love notes, As tlif!-- trilled when June was htre. Flicker tseter through the air, Quito as If he did not care "Whether reason go or stay: He'll be happy either way. Bob-white x -- - (i f 1 1, ft 1 ' i If r , it a last and perfect touch. Papa looked at it critically before he spoke, then he smiled. "Mess my soul!" he cried, "if it isn't a bonnet, and the very prettiest one I've seen this long time. An old lady's bonnet, AJUaAAAAAAAAJLsJLA.AAAAAAAAA isn't it, my denr. It must be, for it looks a good deal like the one mother Daffy used to wear." "It is a good deal like it," said Daffy well pleased. 3 By Susan Hubbard Martin. "Where did you get it, dear?" "Made it, TYTTYTTTYYVTTYTTYTTTYYTYY Papa stared. Hitherto he had regarded his gay, bright girl as somef WISH. I had n gift," said Daffy thing of a butterfly, beautiful to look 1 with n disconsolate sigh. at, but incapable somehow of producIt was Monday, blue Mondny, nnd ing anything half so sensible and useDnphne, commonly called Daffy, had ful. Seeing his interest. Daffy, without slipped over early to Kate's studio; Cousin Kate, who with her mngic further preface, seated herself on his brush wrought such exquisite nnd knee nnd told him all about it. "Listen, papa," she began. "Do you know plowing little pictures. Cousin Kate was mixing paints pre- I was feeling blue this morning." Papa pinchtftl the rosy cheek nnd paratory to n hard morning's work. Tho canvas stood already on the easel laughed. "Well, I was, and I went over to In the best light the little room Cousin Knte looked the true Kate's for sympathy. 1 was bemoanartist thnt she was in her plain dress ing the fate that I couldnt play, or and long white npron. She was n tall sing, or paint, as she does, when she young woman, with clear eyes, abun- put this idea into my liend. You know dant chestnut huir, and a linn sweet I always make my own hats. I love to, some wny, and can always suit mouth. Daily was unlike her as possible, be- myself better than the finest madam? ing small nnd slight, with great dark anywhere in the city. Well, Knte yes, and cheeks as full of color as a cheered me up by saying it wns almost us great a gift to create a bonnet as ripe carnation. "If I could paint as you do now," it was to paint a picture. Isn't that went on DaiTy soberly, "I would be just like the dear girl? Then ahe happy; but I can't, and you know finished by calling 1113 attention to old how poorly I have always played nnd Mrs. Flake's bonnet." "Old Mrs. Fiske's bonnet?" repented sung. I love music, but I can't make it, any more thnn old Michael can papa. "The old lady who lives down who cleans our yard. Then there's by the church and vlio is so very writing. I'd like nothing better than poor .' to be able to write fine things, but Daffy nooded "The same," she an there's no use wishing that, for I swered. "Well, her old bonnet is nearly fallnever could compose even a passnble ing to pieces," she went on, "and Kate letter." Cousin Kate looked at the droop- put the thought in my heart to make ing, discouraged face before she an- her a new one. So I enme home in a swered. It was no wonder, for in hurry and have worked steadily all spite of her sadness Daffy was such a the morning. Behold the result." "And n very pretty result, I am pretty, refreshing sight in her brown sure," said papa, touched in spite of suit nnd picturesque hat. "Daffy," she asked suddenly, "where himself. "So you're going to present it to her, nre you? Well, be careful did you get that hat, my dear?" "Tliis?" answered Daffy indifferent- to do it gracefully, and if you need ly. "Out of my head," she added. "I any capital to carry on this missionmake my own hats. I nlwnys do, you ary enterprise, come to your father. know. Why?" she questioned a mo- I'm not sure but that it's a real Chris-tioone, too," went on papa thoughtment later. Cousin Kate looked at the hat fully, "for many a good sermon has fallen on stony ground because of a ngain. "Why," she repeated, "because it's shabby hot or bonnet. The wearer beautiful, dear. The very prettiest never forgets it, if the minister does. hat I've seen this season, and you Put n good lint on a woman's head made it. Yet here you are bemoaning and you add to the pastor's usefulthe hard fate that has bestowed upon ness, nnd at the same time increase So good luck to your you no gift. My dear, it may be nn her nrt to paint a picture, or write a new work, little daughter, and may poem. I am not so sure that it is not it flourish and prosper." ns great n one to send out upon this It was Monday afternoon. Mrs. gray old world a little being like Fiske was washing dishes in her'little yourself who can put together colors kitchen. It wns blue Monday with so daintitly and effectively, nnd create her too for the morning had been a a bonnet. Why don't you turn it to discouraging one. The wrinkled hands shook a little as she lifted from the account?" DaiTy laughed. "How can I?" she water the coarse and cracked dishes, answered. "Here I am, papa's only placing them on tho little rough chick and child, with more money table. Mrs. Fiske. was 71 and her hair than I need, and nothing to do but was white, old and poor, and now she look happy. That's all the dear man could no longer work ns she had alrequires of inc. He loves me as I am, ways done. Living alone ap she did, dear father, and wouldn't exchange she had fallen into the habit of talkme for the greatest literary and artis- ing to herself. tic light in existence. That's the When she had put the few dishes way with these dear fathers, they away into the old wooden cupboard, give all and expect nothing. Hut be- the first thing hhe did was to go into cause I nm so rich in his love and the next room. There was a closet care is no reason that I want to sit in it, and she went to it and took from down and be a useless cumberer of it an old, dilapidated bandbox. She the earth. There's no necessity for lifted the lid and drew from it a bonearning money, but I would like to do net, n battered, dingy, black bonnet, something to help homebody, just a with rusty, wori strings. As she little." The girl's voice broke nnd looked at it, her old eyes filled with something very like tears rose in the tears. "Yes,'' she whispered, "it does look bad, dreadfully bad. I I won't dark eyes. "Daily," said Cousin Knte slovvty, wen" it any more, f heard one of the y "did you see old Mrs. Fiske nt church Sunday school girls giggling at it when she thought I didn't yesterday?" DaiTy nodded. hear. I'll certainly have to stay away "Did you notice anything about from church after this. It'll be a " her?" went on Cousin Kate, her liend cross, and heavy one, but bent over her paletle. Th?re was light knock ai the door. "Nothing except that she lookpd Mrs. Fiske put the bonnet hurriedly older and shabbier than usual, poor away and went to nnswer it. A young old soul. Yes, I did too. I noticed girl Htood there with a sweet, dark thnt her old bonnet had about given face and brilliantly glowjng cheeks. out. How long linn bho worn it, She held a bandbox In one slender, gloved hand. Kote?" "Seven yenrs," woh ihe nnswer. "I It wns DaiTy. Mrs. Fiske's wrinkled know, for I remember. It looked fnce lighted. "Why, if it isn't Misn "Come in, dear. well enough once, but the wind mid DnJTy," she cried. ktiow and sleet of so many winters I'm so glad to see yon." DaiTy entered, then in n few minliavo at hist wrought lis ruin. You sny, DaiTy dear, you don't need mon- utes she plunged into her subject. ey. Here is a chance to help tome "Mrs. Fiske," she began,, her cheeks one who can't g!e it for tilings. I ro ier than ever, "J have u II 1 1 1' Icnuclc cun jiaint u picture, but J couldn't of malum; huts. I love to do it. I 1 mine; And the flicker' lev Winter's frost or summer's shine, Knch hath pleasures, heaven sent. For the heart where tlwells content. C II. Peine. In 'V'hinrton Star. in upon pnpn who had just conic home. She held something carefully in her hand, "l'apn," she demanded, "if nobodv told vou, what would you call this?" She held the something before Dim. It was a blnek velvet bonnet, dnintily and exquisitely made. There was a pretty bow of lace and satin in the front, and a little nt one side drooped a lovely purple ilower. There were wide, rich, black satin strings to give the ninsshe front door and tripped upstairs to her pretty room, she hummed n glad little song in very lightness of henrt. Her blues were gone nnd her lingers fnirly tiehed to begin her fneinnting work. At lunch time she came downstairs with n glowing face, dancing merrily How Found Her Talent. t make nil my own. ,tou know, and it came to me to mnko you one too. I made it as carefully as I could, nnd 1 want you to accept It with my love. It's not much, but 1 want jou know I loved to do it for you. It made me happy all the morning nnd now I want it to make you happy too." As she poke, "lis drew It from it" tissue pnper wrappings. Such n beautiful, tasteful, artistic little bonnet, with its knot of lace and satin, its purple flower, its wide, handsome strings. Mra. Fiske saw it and her chin quivered. "Why, Its beautiful." she cried, "just beat t if til. I never had anything hnlf so pretty in my life; nnd you ninde it, you say?" DaiTy nooded; then something In the sweet, old, wrinkled face moved her to confidence and she told her all about it, how she had sorrowed over lack of gifts and how Cousin Kate had helped her. "Vou denr child." said Mrs. Fiske, when she had finished. "You dear, good child. Why, don't you see," she went on, "thai you're doing the Lord's work just the same ns the minister and the missionaries? I'll prove it to you." Then she told DaiTy all about tho shabby bonnet nnd how she had determined never to wear it any more. "And if it hadn't been for you, Miss Dairy." she concluded, "why, I'd hnvo had to sit at home next Sunday instead of listening to the minister's grand, good sermon. When you reach my age, and have served (iod all your life, to miss the Sunday morning worship means something, my dear. I won't thank you, I enn't, but the Lord 'II bless yon richly, Miss DaiTy, dear." It wns the next Sunday morning. It had been a busy week and, as it happened, Daffy had not seen Cousin Kate since that Monday morning. Hut as DaiTy walked up the uisle she saw Kate already in her pew. Just in front of them sat Mrs. Fiske. Tho white hair shone like silver, and on it rested the new bonnet in all its fresh and dainty loveliness. The old face beneath It looked almost handsome. She saw DaiTy and nodded happily. A "W'ondrrfnt Clock, How (0 et Through With Christmas Cheap $ clock wns recently made, which in ad (lit inn to striking the hours, imlvei nnij (litiirtrrs, shows tlie phases of the moon ntiil (. lis the time m any other city, hut as tin clock is expeimive to purrhsse, iho best w.iy to obtain this Information is from Aliiianiie for ltXKJ. It also enunint many nnuism nneedotes, statistics nnd tmii'h Kcncral information that will interest von It can bo obtained from any druegit Irco of charge. 'A t" llos-tetter'- s n group of girls enme In directly afteiward. "Mrs. Fiske's got a new bonnet," one of them said in a shrill whisper. "My, ain't it beautiful, though! I wonder now what who's done with her Noah's nrk?" DaiTy blushed for them, so did Cousin Kate, as she reached over and pressed the little hand. It was u good sermon thnt morning, strong, fine, helpful, nnd as Mrs. Fiske listened, she was gl.wl that in the hard week before her, she had the thoughts of It to help her through. And as alio drank it in, her old heart swelled with gratitude to the slender, dark-eye- d who had girl in tin pew near-bworked to bring it about. "Dear Lord, bless her," she whispered softly, "and keep her, and bo good to her, for Jesus' sake." As they walked home, Cousin Knto took Dn fly's arm. "The bonnet Is beautiful dear," she said in her sweet, grave voice. "Was I not right? I still think the little girl who can contrive such magic out of ten slender fingern uud send it out upon this trouble-filleworld to perforin its mission is every bit as great and useful as the artist, the painter, or the writer. I couldn't help but look at Mrs. Fiske's faco through the sermon. It preached n message too. I'm proud of you, Daffy dear." "Heally?" said DaiTy humbly. "Kealiy; nnd now that you have found your talent, you won't hide it in n napkin, will you, dear?" Daily laughed. "No fear of that," she ansvveri d. "The manufacture of missionary hats is to go on. Pnpn will furnish the capital, I the labor. You needn't be afraid. I haven't found my talent, after all my discouragement, to hide it either in a napkin or a bandbox," she added, with a happy littlo laugh. doling People. A y d self-respec- t. GUARDED BY FLOWERS. An 'I'll i;iiicMlrlnn Mtuttir In ficriiiniiy I'rott'dcil from Itoniiil nir 11 Clillilri-n- . yes-tordn- 11 11 A pretty story, which shows an admirable trait common to almost all (lerninn children, is told the Youth's Companion by a recently returnod traveler. In a (icrinnn city she saw a fine, equestrian statue in brone, around the base of which bloomed a gay little garden. The visitor exclaimed with delight over both the. flowers and the statue, and expressed some wonder that tho blossoms were left entirely unprotected by either railing or notice. am afraid some, "In our country of the children might be tempted to pick n ilower now and then, as thin seems aside from the busy part of the city," she said to her (icrinnn friend. "Oh, that would never be here," said the friend, in aniaeineut. "Why, the garden was planted because the children would mount to the back of tho horse and ride, and the bronze was getting the wrong sort of polish; but when the flowers began to come, up there was no more trouble. "Our children are very fearful lest they should hurt any little growing thing, and they would see the greon peeping through ihe earth and not take another step toward tho tempting horse." I Not Alvvii)M Out or IrUh Anil. Marias is a famous cyclist, nnd his superiority is unquestioned by all who know him. One of his acquaintances informed him the other day that ho was trying hard to go faster than he. "My dear fellow," said Marlus with a compassionate, smilf, "I'vo tried to do that myself, but I've never beun able to."--Lo Figure. Accntnttlnar for It, A linen cover decorated with hol! It is not so much because we are Illanclie It Isn't easy to find anything stmgv, nor on account of lack of love makes a pretty cnc for tho utilitarian new in wedding presents. Ma) No Su many people have been or charity, that telephone directory that hangs 111 so s ure aiarncd Puck. we desire to make conspicuous a place. nice things to have when traveling, and a fine art of out of are meant to hang around the neck Christmas cheap. They are made with a flap that fastens OPENJ-ETTER Strenunusness In- securely with two patent fasteners. creases with civ- These pockets &oll at 3.1 and 50 cents Thirty cents will buy a tiny pair of Address to "Women by tho Treasilization, and ns urer of tho W. C. T. U. or w ages in mint blue denim pantaloons, and for a fewir KniMiiM City, Mrs. E. (J. higher, so do de-- s cents one could easily make thoiu On i r e s; and the each leg is a sizable piece of mi Smith. standard of living ui which, in brown lotWrs.nre "My Dkaii SiHTKiia: I belloro in written (lies' clrgnut lines: burdens us. advocating and upholding everything-thagood old- - " Scratch your nMtchrs on m- breechr, In jo will lift up and help women, nnd rtio Modern Chnttmai en time, OIIC gnve 'Twill save jour mother lot. of ttiii hi " but little use appears all knowledge Lit. td one's imme A man uses a pin about once a vcar, and learning if you have not tho health diate family the Christmas gift, but and to meet this poMnihle 'lure to enjoy it. now nil the denr live hundred must bo are several flat remembered. I'nquestionably, one's pin books offered, family must be provided for, then the best made of tlierenre the relations on both side leather. A the house. The friends of ages ago and yrllow come in for their share. Those to pansy, made of whom we are Indebted socially should chamois, contains be included, and business friends not two stilT leather forgotten. The maid and washer- pockets that hob! woman certainly receive attention. black, white and The industrious, deserving .voting pink a quite sen woninn who bus o littlo to brighten her life we feel moved to Include. sible little gift, The Incnit.'iont m3 'or oi.n.tm... The lonely young limit away olT from easily carried in everybody and everything appeals to the pocket (o accessible), uud costour conscience; nnd the poor whom, ing only a little. with their childreu, we have always Divert sliver and niother-of-prawith us. tools are offered in the way of envelope MIW. II SMITIL Is it a wonder we begin plotting openers, paper knires and bookmarks " Ilarlng found by personal experi-enc- o planning months before the XSth People ustmlly accumulate a quantity and that Lyillu K. IMiiIcIiuiu'h of December? A wonder we now nnd of these, and I doubt If they ute them Vrgotublo C'oinilnuiul in a modi-cln- o use of onciimWrtng Christ- often; the artlolis, with the contrarithen make of rare rlrtuo, and baring seen, mas trifles presented us In the past? ness of Inanimate thing, usually keep- downs of cures where my sulTcrlng-Blstortho bargain ing out of the way when wanted A wonder we haunt have Wen dragged back to llfo A About ns senHcleM a thing ns I have counters nnd basement nisles? and usefulness from an untimely grtvvo wonder nervous prostration has us lit seen was .1 small pine club, painted simply by tho use of n few bottles of its hold by the time the holidays have blue, ornamented with blue ribbon and that Compound, I must proclaim lt Inning stuck in it three gilt hooks I virtues, or I should not bo doing my arrived? asked what it wns for. nnd a clerk duty to suffering mothers and draggcu-oNo. and yet ngnln No. All homage housekeepers. thing, to the men nnd women who practice answered: "Oh, to hang heavy on" ' Dear Sister, Is your health poor, Visions of Incongruous g the art of do you feci worn out and used up, and tall lists Immediately aros do you hare any of tho Out of before me, but hr ndded: "Krv. but especially troubles which tjeaot our sex, take my Christmas ( henp. tons, or anything of that rort." Mrrt advice; lot tho doctors n lone, try And it is marlumber, neither ornamental nor use Lyriln K. IMnklium'H Vegetable what one velous ful- - but cnu be had for n quarter CninpnuiMl ; it la than any can get for a nd the tired shopper, worn out aud all doctors, for It curt and they quarter; things with the Jotling of the Chrintmai do not," Man. K. C. Smith, K13 Oak worth having, ns fit., Treasurer W, C. T. U., !Cansa purchasers, with the echetmng things well as make a slim pur.e answer the deninndf City, Mo. fiOOO fortit Ifabw tfittrmmtal It mot yn that niereh cumof a fat list, at the rleventh hour I Jim. IMiiklium biIvIsc.h slek wober t h e house. ready to take anything thnt offers men free Address, Lyiui, fllastf. Nowadays one can itself cheap, even if It be only a pine get an excellent club with foolish small hook.. lino handker Th.For 8h...oK p.J. A bit of a flowering plant is a gracechief, a man's big ful gift, a gift that will keep the giver's one or a lady's very line one, for that . E A memory green price. And say what yon will about and thnt will the lack of originality displayed in prove a dilj joy selecting kerchiefs for gifts, they to the recipient come in handy. senrlet natvia A little affair not out of place for one can pun base a man that is his own barber is n fur 13 cents, a red removes from the soil These puds vary in shm geranium Tr 10 price from 25 cents to H.25, the dif13, n beautifu!, ffjHfX or quantities of M ference consisting in the quality of aspar-ajfii- s feathery the leather used for the cover to the fern for a block of paper. They look like quarter. A biineh fCTif. Ow thick, leather-bound- , e of carnations, or diaries, meuiornndum-books- , perfect rw g Ms The fertilizer apthings of that sort; nnd quite n numBnd Your Frland joy In the "'! Chrilmt Qraant. midwinter weath ber of mnidens stop nt the counter plied, must furnish UlTv-- " where thev nre kept and ask to look er, but of course the pleasure is slmM-liveenough Potash, or the F.ven at "those dear little books." A holly vvrenth Is always land will lose its prowhen they see chnsed on the silver at the holiday season, and plate set in the middle of the cover these wreaths can be obtained at ducing power. "A Clean Shuve," they fail to grasp prices ranging from 10 to .10 rents Hd f f,fu"r mr hook, the nature of the article. Yesterday The Ir.ng, trailing, green, oa tro Mm Jut I saw a pretty young girl, who had mouse-foo- t costs but n few cents a insisted on having the "book" re- yard, Ad twined about ehamlel rrs, CKRMAS KAU WORKS, moved from the case so she could in- pictures and windows gHes an 111 , Nrr Vck 9j Nim spect it closely, let go its ribbon wonted holiday air to one's roms. hanger hastily, us if it burned her And some sprigs of the vvaxen-brrd fingers, when told that that which she mistletoe ndd to the general hdn'Vy TO HOT SPRINGS coveted was a shaving-pad- . The young man that has Intrlv 'h can be come engaged can kill two birds Kxceedingly pretty ARKANSAS bought for five and twenty cents In one stone; give his fair betrothei' the ,Tbra Ill7 Trains. almost any store which makes n engagement ring for a (lirstinns specialty of Christmas novelties. I present. She nt least will feel better TO OKLAHOMA saw an old silver gargoyle-sor- t of about !t than the maid described .t tin AND thing that was very pleasing, and I little verse: am sure would make its possessor For months she wondered what the Yule would brine: smile every time he dipped his pen A Jeweled vlnlKrette or pnMen cuard. Two Dally Tralni. And this old fellow was A iiearly neekUee or a dlstnorwt rlrc into its well. I'ullcnsii KleetMirs sml 1'teti Krelltlag And now she weep. He sent a Christ'.allied at only a quarter. The nmlr Cars all the wr without tuns o mas card " TEXAS nil tho WEST Th TerjNs that can be bought for a KATIUCUINIC POIM5 ofcunnictluDk. C'beHtihuiiieieckert l cktu modest sum arc great in number nnd on ln nrl and ihlril Ttirdy earn month Manivlil Ticket Onto, 13 Mourn Si. variety, this year the counters are HE FELT RELIEVED. O 1H.ai;khi.T 1' A. all tumbled over with them. A hand( tiatutionrs, Trtjn. FHAtiK M OnirriTH T A , some, bodyless head of a Moorish Preelj- Siirrenitrreil II Im Vnlunlile. MrmphW. Trsn. gentleman smiles at you, and if 3011 O so. II I.ss, Orn 1' AT A. AVheii Xnl Anlteil fur nil I.lltlB Knelt ArW. pull the tassel of his fez ever so genOilier. tly, out pops a yard measure. An Arab's cigar responds in the same Ji wns a long ride through a desoway, and also the pipe that an Indian Cut this out and send to the late and dunuerous country, and the carries in his mouth. You press n HoKlnlsy Music Co. sought to relieve the monotbug in tiie mouth of a frog, a grain politician ony by philosophic musings on his NO I'Klin MUSIC 0IVB.N UN1.K5S of corn in a chick's, and a ACCOMPAMHO IIY THIS COUPON. recent victory and embarrassments A goat, a uppenrb roiulj' for use. that even success brings, relates the THIS IH TOrniTlKVIh.lTh.tr .pok.n lo 0f donkey, nnd a pig all carry them in in tuijlnif f ri.n.U In' ml mime Joying Inif iuutlcl.rhor hu n.inr.I ,,nl ymt ii.r. their hollow interiors, a baseball cap Philadelphia North American. wllh.on a ..p.r.lp .hrrtol I'.p.r who wiill "Hold up your hands!" and a tall hat contain them. Klxl to rcele our rw C.UIirfu. Ho The stage coach gave a luceh nnd The cit-- , stores show that anyone stopped. The ray of light that shot For my troublo In tho mnttor sond mo Froo. Postpaid tho can make the animal pin cushions thnt into the vehicle turned the sputtering TWO PIECES mnrkod nolowi are so much in rain into myriads of evanescent gems, Jnutlin Johnion'. K.iitlm. March. vogue. I saw one flwr.th.rt.Tni Wailr "What do you want?" asked the that was especial- politician with a firmness that showed Uinatiil Krlindihlp WalL. Kj llotarjr Bon ly amusing, a cut thnt he had faced danger before. lltcau.a It'. Yju hong of constructed "Your money." Th. I'alm. Hon if yellow velvet. "Here It Is." Tabby nit up, "Your watch and diamond ring." about five or six "They are yours." inches high, very "I must say ycr nny soft, fat and eon-te- how," said one of the highwaymen, ted - looking. "Not at all. Are you wine that's all "One teaaoii why boys Her ears were you desire?" iiiltiK Muiun no lima Dame In Ixcmtce lliey use lorme shaped of the vel "What in thunder did you think wo rrv a!T for viilillii vet, her face paint-Fo- r wanted V" Bss!fiBavBanBBMsi Uhrtt) lLMKorllAZAKll Needle, and Pin. (, j, nm, SMOKUISS. tirnlierlv Inaileil. uiul v in will "I was afraid" and tho politic-Inn'' do better shooting tltnu evor whiskers, which stuck out most nat- voice trembled a little "you wanted ionally, were of long needles. Pins 1111 olllee." were thrust in nil over the body, but she looked eminently comfortable, rniieeoiiiilnlile, A graj velvet deer head, with brown Teddy Rather pretty woman over bend e . es, bore an agonized exprckslon there with the mail cart I with its many prickings. A muzzled suppose that' the bus Harold liUHtS WHt It All llkt IfllLh. licit Count! tJyrup. T site O00U. Ceo dog appeared equal to (he occasion, baud with her? rc- iin time, fold by rtrnuuHK. ulso a yellow owl, and a saiTron chick "Tin. Seems fond of htm, too." 1X1-drWJ! with u red comb. .Jui!y. At Jewel-pocket- get-tin- g AN r t - nt-n- l tiny-purpl- court-plaste- r, rl a s ut (let-tin- ' WJ over-eoat- n U-ttc- r 11 XUrCS'iC' Com lgc ytJl r-Vjn lug-pa- d. silver-ornamente- d 1 Potash. d. nv-Ks- 1 r 1 ink-wel- ls vv Indian Territory r 1 JW;&W I tape-measur- e mu-i- r good-nature- n HAZARD ,r s GUN POWDER 1 1. - I r .iSf J "ti . " r :S' V'""!'''' v vP r 'V? -- ( .,. wmmii Mt 1 1 SLAVE DAY&ACAIfc. v. , 3f f MMBffaiTffrrirT'M-rT-r-i--i i Negro Acgwd ofAAMuctifoj Ne- groes and Soiling Thorn. ' .New nszsmsz " XAfAi?'-JrtnW .ycoksanntliGr-.ooiiBignmonir-- of- U Tho undorsigncd hns received this consisting oi ji a Jiri m ilVj i iv W wmM. LJ t j aiiHfillirBp'9VSflPH'MHBHSlWMHia HIAlllJ iTdfBtf v iin r&ZsxzEStL&i' SHU'' TaE9MH i HIHB 111 M(wTficfe(MimW)l)(PrlawiA ' Winter Goods, V I 0 DM lalB pajiii ilP'i-- :Pi' aai "Arf- ',lvSl j i -- r, i i H ox-sluv- , -- Now Doontur, Ala., J)oo. 15. of lluti Milton, colored, nit Lawrouoo county, in undor arrest olmrjjod Willi an unusual oriino. It is idlogod that Milam lino for soma timo Imoii ongngod in Jkid- o Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Wats and Caps Also n full and completo lino of CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. I'Iipso goods worn all houirht for cash and will bo sold at low down nriccs. I want all of your Eggs and Poultry will pay highest cash price. iiwyTs:waa? i" 1- - cl . IHffiinl Bl.UIUH. BMIS"r-z.Jr- A - . en140" Tff : Tl .1111 II. Mill! v tjiuHDCMaW , aBlB''PJPESss?Zl-rS. m mnt-""" r JBS lplutf negroes and soiling Ilium' iib Tiiuiiuasoo rlvor JhUMidTplaul'ditii Bonie slinosMoJhti' wiitiiKownQrof a juau will promiuo a woum i thing if she will promise not While the display of holiday aiiInterrupt him u;hen ho Ja' road- lo goods is moiro boatdful and oxtt Uuv?lMM$lMm that uflri WOllKl I wlmli slve thotovaV, il !i slillaSnatti or bel( ih0..n&LSil8gi, and lfeiffg'Tho Salaries and Tfras of Stiti 0f gMnt diUioutCyrtq muko. tlToii- - i Many soldiers oMaolast warwroto to ' ' ooufiiiod wllfilii Block do os. Executives. mil soloolionforVrWlWncl mftn? say that for Bcrntchoa, htvtiaM,' cuU, bors of tho family, Thoso who itwniStjcvtna, wrq cjt.and sttffjjoIntH nijMwnn impossible, and thoir re. conlil'iUYbr acoeVtnhi thoir are unable to visit tho shops will 'BucklMiVArnlCT' Salvo ra thereat in latjva be greatly assisted by tho suggos thowprld. Santo for burns, scald, boils whereabouts. forly-firHtatoa find tiona iu the January Dfc1ii!tof,i uleorsjskfui eruptions, and piles.SCc af Itis said that ft young negro Tlioro aro 4 whoTocontlv useuped Jroiitho is six Torritorios. where five full pages aro devoted, Woods'. Tho governors of tho Slates are to illustrations and descriptions of 'A1I the 'moan acts of his life are laud told (ho story, and catisod tho orrattof BenMlmin.mllo rojiorfa all ol oclnd hy tho people, and tho innumerable novelties for,the bGH- quiokly brousht beforo a diown- ' . '1'a M' llfaCa" kidnapped negro hnV)oon gorornuiH oi i no rorntorioa are tieir and uosk, for ousy men anu l,lrigu1nn or n" candldato for.ofko. A MILLION VOIQBS. eonlinod on this inland iisimlnYu iituiiiiiMlod by tho 1'roaiilont and . fashiotiablo womon.thq .young Bin. forHovon t by tho Honalo. Conliriiifil (er, tho Ixicliolbr, anutbveti the Could Hardly express tho thanks of Homer Hall, of West Point, la. Liston Two Hlaiu oliuM their gororuor baby. Ti hmkx 'Every .Town Has Him.. wbysA seucro! col A had fettled oa his ovoryjuar, 22 iSlalos every two . wC & r R?I!lewSi?5f''5' obfltinakcbugh. ' Almost ovVMown lifts fimong years, ono State ovory throo years, SovorapUyaipIauapnld ho had cpnsunip-- ' Pointed PjitagraphSj m 111.1BB ovory four years. tlon but could not help him. When nil its oilions UitTTunti or woman who and 20 Slates conrogo is thouftlil he wiw doomedho U6gan to uso Tho way to dostroy Massachusetts and Rhode IsFlu swoa is forovor complaining. Dr5 King's' Now Drscorory for Consumpland elect ovory )0Hr. not.to, nothing gcxxl iH ii"ifrjrlkTi'.Hlthlwe tion and writes: "It completely cured Peiiuaylvauln, Now York and Words mayydiako. a may's jJ&53 and in always inquiring why his mo and saved my life; I now weigh 227 WmwP? t'.W.'J." vff- but seldom faliAlta-thorntfot soil as Now dersoy pay thoir governors homo lUBrolmuUL'Rii. lbs." Its positively guaranteed for or 10.000. ChittenCall on A. coughs, colds and lung troubles. Prico rlicaf HtH"uloJnHiuf niiollior a salary Healed. Cuts mb" Iruises Qnlom Yormont nnva tho qmallost ol froo nt Woods.' 50oam81; trial bottle town. 'rJiHViiMn iuy lrm ...... ..ni...M - innn . Chswberlala'ji PalIn iauirapjjlwl ton I den R. C. Haynes1 hiiiml nuiusB ho waifiH loiiuy on ,,, tho , iorntonos pay their cut, brulfw, burn, ncaWor liko iniHo Evo complaiuod that sho had wn lniitantIv w,iftV thoiiiin and will hel nothing to wear and hor daughters Grocery, I door west of t'lodit. Ho always lnkts tho paper from $2,(100 to $3,000 therUln leUttio than arifolher ,mT0 me 0)d boon work,ng U0 from another town in pruforouco governors Pierce's Hardware, for to hiu own. In fact ho spends all Faffi Bate plnmt oterBineo reU wlllW btfUaear.) Kentucky holds her gubemato- terms and prices. of his niouuy with out of timo on. ",or? ""t! Puk1'9 lo,l rial election ovory four years aid in tho throat or luniM. It Uiiturt . . : torprisos. and complains hocatiso ....... i.:... . .. i irws and- lannw;For sro witobt v. .r vr. r RHllirV Illll N llllll II " .!.. III ""'I iwui w' Ji INHI is tho cause, not tho cough that 70U illaynp. thoso of his own town am not pros '"'" W. KIMBALL CO., EvansYille, annum, must look after, Morloy's Honey Pec Kvon in tho maltor of resporous. Spoaking of marketB, good toral searches out tho cause of troublo, anil nmusomon ho is still olutions will Boon bo Itnarked sto tho irritation,, loosens, tho cough, Marion Ky A. J. CHITTENDEN Local Agent Educational Association. tlionlcl captious anil criticising. For sale ntl and cures you thoroughly, uvrnu. V . 0 -. r:Miaiin4 nn. Woods'. & An Educational Asaociation will . ., h locluro oyliowofSSllulftrif IT lb 10 HIO WI1IO ujr"HD..u uiw cidontally atrlko tho town ho lw .hold at Fraiices, Ky., Saturday, Tho avorago man is always anx-iouturns it into vinegar, ig to know tho worst of his it hia duty to oriliciso and Dee: 21, at I p. in. The program LUCK OF AN EDITOR. ilHltliougli ho 'may havo is as follows: neighbor possibly bocauao of tho condemn 2 -"For two years oil etTorKto auro ecze1!o has Association call to order of pre ma In tho palm of my hands failed,?' faol that inisory lovos company. guiio to it oh a froH lutss. inado up iiis mind that "no good idenl H, M. Allen. w.itixi editor II N Lester of Syrncu If rt tixti1rl nmn nn nnrwxftfrt lllrn ft Mualo-- My Country, 'Tis of Kansas, 'then I was whollycurl)ythol)cnrnu(larol.ah foryour monlg( uko thing can como out of Nazareth" Uucklen Arnica Salv 0.' It's the WorUJ S r,,Bt,,i5,a afn,BM. .n.l T.ltnr TaI,. and damns tho man who thinks Thoo." ) L boater for eruptions, sore and skin dis; dlsonlors of tho olhorwiso. . But tho funny part of Toachors AeBooiation P. M. . J)nch They correct tho ,vor Rtul lK)Wol8, 25c at N ooda ,t Co s. nn(J tho whole husinouH is, that when Ward, followod bydisoussion. t Prico 25c.; regul free nt Hnynos'. snmplos 'w Even whon n girl hns money in prosperity dooB hit tho town, in Supplemoutary roading in class her own namo alio is anxious lo apito of his gloomy forebodings, work Miss Lir.io Gardner. Town-Lot- s '" for Sale, this follow takoB. to himsolf tho ICxhihition work iu tho public ohaugo it. I havo a numbor of ohoico full credit for tho ontiro perforin-atiouc- school -- K. M. Allen, Tho world always hns timo to Office over Mirion Bank. MARION, KY Marion fofTaa pub- liston to tho man who has someNofcdod legislation for tho . F. Poguo; disouB-sio- u thing to say. lic sohool-- M. T - niilosywlowjDonilur.r' is said Milam would induoo ft nogrooH to accompany liiiu to tlio islaitd with tlio promise of soonr-iu- g pobiliuiis for tlioiu, .on tlio d that phuilation at good wiujos, J. W. PRlTQttE Tq?;-- f STATE GOVERNMENTS. IP1 I niiiiimv BW1K ' Hol'Sld&HIHiy Gifts. A "rUrgWoii .j b W Klfflbflll P'anos an Organs y?J o LEAD THE WORLD. m .'' ywifljM " - Kimball Pianos and Kimball ?' - mt - '$$ . plucKUijjQK Organs are oMIKrlff sold on easyi IfcvHS' wiau monthly pay- HNjjWt'rTOSSgll ments. 1 loLnflff. j-- mmzt) aa I .j 5V' J. .'..'. at -- ww M4 'E'S J 1 M. HP ,,, r "- iin-agiti- B ill-natu- re R. IF, sto-oaso- MORRI S ntis t, ) , 0ifC-OKMHO-K0KHK- -- buil-dinglloUt- e. itf Women and Jewels. by AsHociatiou. lowols, candy, llowors, man that is tho &dor of a woman's pro foronccs. Jbwols form a niagnot of mighty powor to the avorago woman. Evon that groaloBlof all jewels, hoaltli, ib ofton ruined in the 8tronuous otforts to mako or snwilho monoy to purohaso lliom, If a woman will risk lior hoaltli to got a covotod gom, thou lot hor fortify herself against tho insidt. oiib consoqnbncos of coughs, colds umiI l)ronohinlatToclion8 by tho ro- 'gular uso of Dr. Bosolioo's Gor. man syrup. It will promply arrest consumption in its oarly and hoal tho ntToctod lungs and hrouohthl tulsand drivo tho droad disoasb froRi jt!ioiystem. It in not a cure-all- , but it is a cor-taieuro for coughs, colds, and all bronchial troublos. You can got Dr. U. (. Groon's roliabloro-motlio- s at II, K.Wooda & Co's drug utoe, Qtt JUeon'o Spopial Almanac. JvH ota-gou, n Kentucky Authors Miss Ida Koon. Modorn Litorary Writors Hen ry Parish. Molhod of grading in tho public school O. K. Glass. t'so of magazinos and period in school Miss Maud llill. Kulation af toachor and pupil-O- scar Wiokor. School room doooration Miss Francos Gray. Herniation Miss Ida Koon. Adjournment. The committoo , would urgo thoughtful preparation of those whoso namoB appoar in tho pro-graTho publio is cordially invited. Kospootfully, R.M. Allon, Miss LizzioGardnor, B. F. Jacobs, Newapers. Navek. MagazlM;',,; HOW TO CURB CROUP. t Amo-nia- , Mr R. C. Gray, who lives near W Duchess county, N. Y., sayn: Cham borlain's Cough Uomody Is the best mo JSe,ws diclno I ever used. It is a Hno children's ' i it omody for croup and novor fails to euro U. F. Hsynca' Drug Store. Whon g!von ns soon ns tho child bocoius Dailies Courior hoarso, or oven aftor the croqp uoui'h I Journal. TiiuN nnd Post nlways on has dovolopod, it will prevoit tho ntUck This should to homo in mind nnd a bot tlo of tlio cough romody kept nt hand ready for instant uso as soon ns tho sym " toiiH npj)or. At K. F. HayneV. SSAftftft J. II. IN... u f 1 Of 5-- Taylor, Aent, -- I' Wm Harrigan (Successor to Ormo) ...OKALRR Miss Nell Walker! 1 riilvniorfdxo'ig Typewriter and stenographer Blue 4 Nunn's Office, MARION, KY, Typowritton copies of mnnuscripP mnuo nt n reasonable prico. h IK!HWI-K-Xl:-ll-0-I-0 and Whiskies Spccinl Attention to Mnil Ordors. Secure a Remunerative Invest;riicit at a Moderate Cost Sole Agent for the Celebrated I. W. .Harper ana uio nicxory wnisxies. I ! Girls, if you aro nfraid to spend an ovoning nlouo cozasionnlly, don't get marriod. Meat In 20Year 5 per ct. Gold Debenture Bonds. Sold In Lots of From , MARION. - KENTUCKY. W. J. J. Paris, M. MARION, KY: OFFICE Room G, over Mnrion D .4 Quantlty.'.Best in Quality. Committee BAVRD AT OHAVR'S 11RINK. I know I would long ago havo boon in my gravo" writes Mrs S. II. Nowsom of llocntur, Ala., "if it had not boon for Rlwtrlc Blttorfl. Kor throa yonrs suff- ored untold agony from tho wotst, form of Indigestion, Wntorbrash, Htoniacn and Uowol Dyapopsln, but thlsoxcollent mediclno did mo a world of good. Slnco using It I can eat hoartlly and havo gained .15 lbs." For Indlgaatton, loss of sp. potlto, Btomach, liver and kldnoy trou. blcs, Klcctrlc lJlttora aro a guaranteed euro. Only GOo at Woods'. Moroley'sSnrsaparilla' and iron is a tonic, a blood purillor and n blood mak or. It does not atop with moro curhig certain diseases, Hko scrofula, Soros, abscesses, otc, but cleanses nndhullda up ho wholo system. All who havo trwd it say tho'ro Is moro euro In onejbottlopf Moreloy'a Saraaparillalnnd iron thnnQ six of any othor kind. Sold by II. K, PlHest and Best $1.00 a Day House TELEPHONE -- Olllco 25, Residence 27. In Kentucky. IJnnU. $1,000 t,o $200,000. For FulPPartioulara Address, ; JoodsACo. ' X no- - l, w. cruce; marion, ky R. E. DRENNAN, Propr. KENTUCKY PaDUCAH, New Richmond T. Atchison Frazer, House Physician and Surgeon, Ofllco Room No. 0, Mnriom I3nnk Blcg At thirty 'pan is anxious for Phone 115. MARION, KY famo; at fifty ho is willing to " Mr II H Ulaolt, tho woll known vlllngo blacksmith nt OrnhnmavnjoxSulllvnnco, xtWii.siS?c" feared - m tnnnv llmna t.n ,imi rltn .iiiiug aw vnlll,1 vw. wo navo nau tho doctor and used many medicines, but Ohamborlnln's Cough ro laody la now our solo rolinnco, It soomS t) dif solve tho tough miicus nnd by giving froquont doais whon the oroilpy sym toma appear wo find that Itho droadod croup la curod bofom itigsts sottlwl," Thoru Is no danger In giving this rotlto-d- y for it contains no opium or other in- juriou'r drug and may ba given as contl flwtly tQ a bake m m adult. Ak Uayttia rfiaVO , , NVsays: "OurTTttTo Bon, had always boon subject to croup, and so bnd havo tho attacks been tbnt wo Among the tons of thousands who havo used Chamberlain's Cough Romo dy, for colds and la gilppo during tho past four years, to our knowledge aotrn Dyspepsia Cure Kodol lumber 1 fop Sale, U H.JAMES O.M.JAMES o ': l "i king of this "say's: "Wo rocommond tfi&fooftjbuMett:tflstfbst:ttistvi Qhaipberlain's Coug, 5yppdy fl?hjthv a half, breeds, good mother, registered M grlppo tn'many cii8o9 as It not only ives cuftHLatter,'oMrvtbiifltAk fat)aiUlIt bul, $35.00 oach. prompt and cjmplotor recovery (nit also 1 f ulf tood, 100. Ofllco with Dr. A. J. Knapp, sutto 17, 'Tliey will ploaso you, call nnd boo Arcade building, EVANSVIL&E, IND. I havo a oottngo houso with four countoracla any tondoncy of la grlppo to them. rooms and hall, in dosiranle seo-- result in pneumonia. At Hnyncs. Prnctico limited to dlsensosof tho nrnmunn it teglstorod Poland China Hoar, weight town for sale. .arge oart(lMNi)ooi tlon of tho $10 if UUon Iwlore 15th Eji, Ear. irawCOlbs, Hose and Threat nt nnd trood imnrovementa, . Pure aityln Yjrtjf-lrJii- i p) W, h, KRNNKDY, Pit: Qtf rf mt Wf tb" ULtifi ifcf w "- Vi"MaBa flat? Bfttf ,tm tmwl fl'li!3 IWWi liOUKf, si AiarnvD, Digest's tyhVt you eatr: alBgle 9tm, ha roaulteHfinpseuiiiuia. TkVWbliaeia 4 CoVfifWhTvj. This tropaVatloh contalnlall of the enue, OhloagoVono of JtheJ niost ""prom- dleetanta arid digests all kind ol inent retail druggist j in that city, is spen rood., it gives iUBtanqr,jioiaao noTer fallaie euro. It allows yau to' cat all I koop constantly on hand rough lumber of all dimonsions, nnd am (prepared to fill bills on abort notice W. A, DAVIDSON, Levias, Ky James & James LAWYERS - MARION. KY. led Poll Bull Calves. h Dr. 1 .Ravdin, ft 1 I', a$. t Oleaaii3HK?aV?i .At uav ftiilff Wlf i'f - i " 1 ' 1 F U'J M&Wib l , 14 V m T SALEM. " ' ' rt '"""" ' NEIGHBORHOOD III Vlf A I1UIWV. r 2r i IRON HILL, ,',' Christmas ' - - aA ,r- - - b S .. .fcW ' .. " k 1. AMt ABW BW tttm, ABW - Bm. .j Bm. A A . l If BkV B. ABA .T i ii -- - i'Ij ti i " ...... Don't como to Snlom until tho Thoro aro a,fov cases of mumps Inst o tho wook. Tbo grnnd jury in this community. (lms boon in session at Smithltuul A numbor of horses havo diod . r. for somo timo, nnd tho lionlth of lately nnd it is boliovod oating unnomo o our oitizons is vory bud, sound corn was tho cause. i3omo havo soro oyos, somo aro on MarionjjDoan's littlo girl, who orutohos, souionro throatonodwith has boon dnngorously ill. is again s pnoumonia, wlrilo othors havo woll, tho back and violont misin Thomas McConnoll is again con ery in tho stomaoh. For fonr you finod lo his bed with rhoumatism, might fall hoir to somo of thoso and is almost helpless, nilmonts I would adviso that you Albert Nickols and family and rlnfnr vnnr xr.nii in fllift fnWIl lllltil ' im Stowart started overland for tho grand jury is dismissed; tho oxpoot to health of this community will then Missouri Monday atf inako tlmt tbo,r fuluro ho,ne' probably bo hotter. J- - N. Roberts moved to tho Mat Somo of tho boys (tlmt includes wook. men too) aro spending ii week or toon neighborhood .last J. T. Stowart if building n now two with frionds in othor counties hun- - rosidonco on his fnthor's placo, I 8upposo thoy aro only bird ting and will return after court j Thanksgiving was obsorvod in with birds to soil. Although court n fitting manner by Olivo Branch is in session tho beer wagon still sohool. Tho house was beautiful unloads at tho front door and tho ly decorated and tho day wbb spont taper continues to burn behind dolivoring declamations and ora tho curtain: a good man in a bad tiona by tho pupils. A orowd was present' business. Married, at the residence sof tho Only ono tiger left and his best frionds persuade him to change bride's father, Wednesday, Nor. 27th, Mr Uri Terry and Miss Alico his business, Wo learn tho railroad survey Ilorning. Mnny nico and valuafrom Carwville to Kuttawa is now ble pi esontsworo given thorn ;,thoy about comploto. Wo hopo to soo nro popular young pooplo and tho picks and shovels at wor. havo tho best wishes of scoros of frionds. soon. Mr. Homo, tho pionoor minor of this seotion is herd now, propnr-in- g Modern Surgery Surpassed. to put in somo moro now ma"While suffering from a bad caso of piles I consulted a physician who had chinery at LajS largo plant horo. advised mo to try a box of DoWitt'fl At tho residonco of the brido's Witch Hazel Salvo," says J P Carter of father, Mr. J. 0. Cobb, at 11 o'- Atlanta, Ga. "I procured a box and was entirely Hazol clock a. in., last Sunday, Mr Ear-ni- Salvo is cured. DoWitt'a Witch giving a splendid curo for piles, Maud relief instantly, and I heartily recomHardin and Miss-Emm-a mend it to all sufferers." Surgery is un Cobb were united in marriage, Rev necessary to curo piles. Witch Hazel P R. Viok, in his happy stylo per Salvo wil curo any caso. Cuts, burns,y quick-and all forming tho coromony. There was bruises by it. other, wounds aro Bowars of 'counterfeits. cured ' a largo concourse of friends pres- At Hnyhes. . : ent to witness tho happy event. After the ceremony there was a FREDONIA. sumptuous dinner served, which was greatly enjoyed by all presRain, enow and eleet( overhead and p m 41 under our feet I. ent. Several casee,of bad colds, m. Mr. Hardin is the son of Wal. lace Hardin, and while ho is only The merchants who have'kant thn wa about 18 years old ho is ono of tho p'o informed as to what 'they havo for progressive, wideawako young for- sale are having a big trado.J Mrs mers of tho Cedar Grovo neigh- Now .Will Bushing .nnd children, of Madrid, Mo., havo been visiting re borhood. latives hcrojforsovoval weeks. Miss Erauia, tho bride, is just Miss Imogone Wigginton was visiting past 15, is beautiful and accom- at II. C. Turloy's of Cndor last week. plished, tho bollo of the commuMiss Wright was hero trying to sell nity, and worthy to grace tho books last week home of any young man. Mr Hnr. 0. A. Sturtovant wont to Cioveland Ohio, last week on business. din may will consider himself A largo crowd of pooplo in town Tues- in having won tho hand diy, buying wintergodflsF ' and honrt of such an ostimablo Closing out snlo of all wiuter clothing young maidon. nt cost for tho ca3h. Zinc Koad. 0 B. Lo;d. kot-oho( st K A. fo fo the bilj of fare for the CHRISTMAS And it is time you were making-ouDINNER. You want the best the market affords, so make out your order and send it to t THE: I CITY RESTAURANT W. H. COPHERi Manager. tm iiM I T FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CONFECTIONS Florida Oranges Grapes, Apples Pears, Bananas , ri PROMPT SEHLEMENT. MabioN, Ky.. Deo. 9, 1001. United Stntos Honlth nnd Acoi- dont Insurance Co., Saginaw, Mich.: Gontlomon: I tnko pleasnro in aoknowlodging rocoipt of ohook for $200, being total amount of my claim against your company, nnd thank you for tho vory prompt ad justment of tho matter. 1 rooom- mond your company to anybody who wants reliable and prompt ad justment of their claims. Again thanking you, I remain, Yours respectfully, 0. L. Hill, (By wife). H. F, Lemon is the general agt, for thie oompany in thia county, Honry ?i We Make a Specialty of Christmas .m - ft Fine Candies Fresh Bread, Pics and Cakes daily. Fresh Oysters, Celery, T Blankc's famous brands of Coffee and teas, I5c to 30c pet pound Craoberrics. Pickles, Fish, Gime, the. best the marke't'affqrds , Baskets Containing i We still serve lunches at all hours, from 15c up. Fresh Oysters the Rarest Delicacies. B HHf . ,m J Old Santa Clans Has Arrived I i tj In Marion M--l- and UhI stock Established Headquarters 1 AT HEARIN'S on Oil o oo OO ! Brydou, Harris, N. 0 snyB: "I took niedicino 20 years for arthma, but-onbottle of Ono Minute Cough Curo did mo more good than anything olso during hat timo. Best Cough Cure. R. F. Unynes. o And brought vitli him tho largest, prettiest and beat sclec of Chriatmae goods over seen in Southern Kentucky, and requested us to any to you not to buy until you look through our stock, and he also said for you to NEVER mark down n pricn mark on n Ghristiu.H lrt(ont If tho mark dik not indicnto that you nro toxity cXtrnVnnuti buy nt llcarina nnd they will know you got tho best for tho IcAMt inonoyi NEVER toll your littlo buy them in nn is.illln (JlnuN, but brinK him to our ehovr window and lot him fco for thon como in nnd make his heart &v by buying him a rilco Chritmnt prcMtit. NEVER buy moro Chrintmns prrscnt than you enn nlfonl, but buy from ub and you can alTord n grtit many for it email nmount of cumIi. NEVER uivo n ministor u pair i t Hti)xr if thoro in n nrnnll loy in tho famllyi Small boya liko to bo hnpiy on PliriHtmns not nnsurnlilc, H) buy nomothintf nico at ilonrins for him NEVER nsk a Rirl for n kim when p!i ! umlor tho mmtluUwtako it, and if eho gota hutry como to IlcnriiH nnd buy hrr u nice prcM-n- t nnd all will bo riht hini-oKnnil JLA ", r f pillMi IHi III III i H- I- H1 Xt 4 for-tuna- to ( t lints, en pa, oxtra lino of jeans, cordu FOILS A DEADLY' ATTACK. roy and cashmoro pants, underwear, etc. 'My wife was so ill thnt good physicians wore unnble to help hor," writes M. at groatlj reduced prices. 0. B. Loyd, M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., ''but Ladies caj es and jackots at vory low wns completely cured by Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills." They worlc .wonders in prices. 0. U. Loyd. stomach nnd liver troubles. Curo fl. P. Hughes was in town Tuosday. sick hendncho. n at Woods' A big lot of hogs killed Mouday. drug store. Tobacco is being brought in at a rapid rato to got Christmas money. MATTOON. Tho people flock to Sam Howorton'a for shoes and clothing, as his prices aro John Mooro lost a fino horao first-clas- s That cough I nanffison i You have used all ngnin ' : It como beforo thoy aro all gone; thoy must go. 0. B. Loyd. 1 hao a fow capos and jackots left. Going at cost to closo out. tho 5th inst. 0. B. Loyd. John Sullivan had a barn mis Heavy underwear, blankets, quilts, ing Inst wook. and all winter goods at greatly reduced Your correspondent has just prices. 0, B. Loyd. Big stock leggings, cheap. a lottor from J. Or. McCain 0. B. Loydr formerly of this county but now a Don't forgot to ronow your subscrip oilixon of Phillipsburg, KnnBiis. Ho writos as though ho regrets tion for Ladies Homo Journal or sub- scrjbo for somo othor good magazine; I that !.o was not born in tho Sun-fl- o will savo you monoy, timo nod troubio. vor Stnto. W. C. Glenn. Friday. Undo Harvo Travis colobratod tho 87th anniversary of his birth lowest for goods. last Thursday. to wear for all ages and Joo January and family will sizes. Sara Howorton. Ioavo for Goorgia in a fow days. Overshoes, overcoats, dress suits, otc Sam Howorton. Walter McConnoll has rolurnod CLOSING OUT. Fall and wintor from Oklahoma. stock of, clqthing at cost for cash: all HnrryPowoll wont io Sullivan now and good styles; j dies but it does not I yield; it is too deep I seated. It may wear i itself out in time, but jit is more liable to oo oo Oo oo oo oo oo NEVER rIvo your husband n Ihjx of cixnr', rio him onit of thoio nico bimkota put up ni ji..iii.o nnu part ol It mny i.iriii; your wny , NEVER got mixed up nnd Mind jourgirl tho nrewnt nho gavo yqu lnt ypr. but como to Ilenrins nnd buy hor a nico prvient for Inw limit othom con l ilium. TVtTI?. tfirn n ttMitnti &.tirt iu uf nm tin.r unfit. tlwi tnijllnlnn. If uIia t l..kk1 sho will bo your enemy for lifo, if hIio is protly nnd smart hIio will toll you auA nut without reason thntyoti nro foolish not to no to llcnrins nnd look through thnir stock bofosoou buy, for thoy hnvo nn mnr oyory thing ns you ovor Haw In oue llOUHO. :: grippe, j pneumonia or a seri-- I !a produce nicest baskets alio over Hnw. lie sure nnd buy from him. And husbnndt how often hnsyour wives told you thnt tho best of everything in tho grocory lino come.n from Ilenrins. And l)oyH you know jour girl snyH every Christtiins Tom Henrin puto uji tho LARGEST STOCK OF ous throat affection. You need something that will give you Fruits, Nnts, Candies, Fireworks Don't fail to coll for prices before you buy else where, and when you call we will sell you. strength and . build up the body. I SCOTT'S EMULSION V2l.' II A. M. HEARIN & SON. J " will do this when everything J else fails. There U'no doubt No ono canjoasonnbly hopo for goid health unless his bowels movoonco each day, When this is notattendod to, disorders of tho stomach arise, biliousness. dysjwpsia, hoadacho, pilos soon follow. If you wish to avoid thoso ailmonts keep your bowols regular by taking OharnLc Jain's Stomach and Livor Tablets when required. Thoy nro easy to tako, mild nnd gontlo in offoct, For salo by JR. P, Jlaycca, .sii, IS LIFE WORTH LIVING. leopjessness, debility, norvoqsneaa and palditation of tho heart aro not dis eases: thoy aro symptoms iidicating that ibn various vital organs aro not working hn'mouy. Morloy's Livor and Kld- .ioy (Jurdinl restores order nnd rids tho twdy of nil wasto products that clog tho sjistwii. It insuros sound .digestion, Bound iiorytw and soupd'flleep, At II K f WoodiJbCo'ii, strengthens, builds up ana 1 makes the body strong and healthy, not only to throw Established 1887. off this hard couth, but to Capital paid up luiiuy Mic 9yicm 5iiia If you are Surplus further attacks. run down or emaciaieo you should certainly take this Wft offnr tf rlnnrtaStnm nc nnfrnna nourishing food mtdkine. everv facility which their halnnpna. IhihI. SCOTT BOWNB, Clwmkti, XW York. " ' about jt. It nourishes,! Marion Bank, RICH, RED IILOOD. Moroley's Snrsnparllln nnd Iron not only purifies tho blood, but makes now, rich, red blood, If you hnvo skin boils, nbscoBos, rheumatism or scrofula, or If you hnvo n rundown, tlr $20,000 cd out fcoling. try ihls remedy and noto 7,C(X) tho prompt results, At II. K. Woods Ic Co's. orup-tions, Mm IPPih'GOTT ?.1AGA2IN LlpHA.tV Gv'fiuiil i MONTHLY A FaMii.1. The Bssl in u'muii't 12 CoMfLrTf Novell. YtAluY MANY SHOHT STORIES ANC PAPKn ON TIMCIY TOPICS ) '" . ,H ;J." " i.V5 com and responsibility warrant. " J. W. BLUE, Jrf j- "" T NO CONTINUKD EVERV NUMMCft6CUKtTl III ?L $2.60 pes ytt. I 3fl ct. eft ViLi - 'ilirr u" v - I "'"- - " 'V"V .m.mnrrr-- ' w r " ,'P"1 " 'T wf ..-- .'y-;- . v Alfe ? ; i u mnimp i Wmf .MM! V " - rm 1B4JJC StO? M mj. rm m vFi CI' AWAnprr . IMWP jcw -- m m . sgxasBK a. - Z ..- - i m i wm MvwaMaiw 4 - e Jti-- H VOLUME 23 lira otm rsgM5 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, .DECEMBER 19, 1901. " " " f M . j YANDELL-GUCENBEI- M Bargain Facts and Fisures We Save You Time. J?:: V " Ml l"U'U 8t NO 28 ' I! fl mmmmmmmm. COMPANY. a i Close Buyers ivi 1 OUR LARGEST STOCK. OTTATTT 1 MAKE YOU SEE LOWEST PRICES $ MINIMI ySBEFORE BEST MONEY'S WOftTH BUYING. ? fL w Dress Goods Wo havo what you want, and it is a out price we are giving. You can get all the now shades and qualities and trimmings to match. I We Save You Worry. Coats, Jackets and Capes A bran new itook and can fit the Child, Miss or Lady. We are offering them at bed rock prices. p We Save You Money. .Proof Furnished. T .1 Wo havo about 160 new &ts,4)ouht'25! perrce"ntf urmer' their value, and wo aro going to got rid ofthoow 9 t Suits and Pants aro up tt'stlo antl'lhoy nlust go at a price Overcoats Big and Little For the Hpfi Hats, Hats, Hats, sS !) fl All;the ewj Shapes; just received . Sec our wing brims, they are beauties. f .r Yourkreietur to be pleased Ayhen you", buy from uslO ff i Ri$nt & IJJBPfe Shoes and RubbfeEp Prepare for Christmas and get them from us. Our stock is complete anjUhiey always :wear. ' J1 Wo havo ladies gents Hmidkorclfiefs "Neckties. Mufflers! lots of now things. ) Jj tf :y, ) ) Kid Gloves, Rugs-an- sweeping a dollar ., ok, two us clean house; the broom is in your lap for every bill deposited with "usy I as it is before invoicing time and .Cojnrie, help 6 y i ...... again at work iTn n n ri1 J.JUJ3 Yjjk ; VjlVi" .1 GOODS MUST GO. M " ' '"; X?1 YANDELL-GUGENHEI- COM Fe-land, SBHagsrassKawHasB .;, 1L NEWS OF THE STATE tr BlopkinBvillo, Ky., Doo. 1(5. It l'ormor Gov. W. O. Bradloy ad. mitB that ho accoptod $1,000 to has boon discovorod that John who is contesting tho mnko oightoon or inoro spooohos of Senator D. S. Edwards, is in tho campaign of 1000, but ho oloo-tio- n .of UiftJCantnokvr C Freshly Gathered from the Most gives loltore from Mr. Combs and inoligiblo for tho oftico undor Soo-tio- n 8,715 of tho Statutes. Ho now Mr Ycrkos to justify his aotion. Authentic Sources. In a slalomont mado in answor to holds a Balariod position undor tho rocont chnrgos ho calls corlain Stato administration, at tho Asymombors of tho Republican party lum horo, being Soorotary of tho Grunt county RopublicaiiB nro Board of CommiBaionors. Ho has contcmptiblo cure. displeased with llio appointment hold tho position for four years, A box car noar tho Louisvillo of Mra. W. 11. MoGluro iib post, Ho was inoliand still holds it, iniatroas at WilHmnBtown. Airs. and Atlanlio dopot at Irwin, was giblo at tho timo ho was votod for. McClures husband is r rabid Dom discovorod on firo. Tho firo was This offoolually disposes of 's oxlinguishod and tho body of a oornt. proposod contost. man was found in tho car. Tho Auditor Coulter has rofusod to hoad, both logs, and both arms Four Years for TomRoss. s pny vitno38 claims in tho t woro burned off, but it is thought i Vuklus caso. amounting to Tom Ross, who has boon on triby a portion of tho vest romnining ?,O0G. The AudUorVcontontion unburnod that tho body is that of al for murdor in tho Livingston is Hint circuit judge Moss hnri no I county circuit court, wns soutonc- a nogro laboror. right to transfor tho casos from od to four yoars in tho ponitontia Oapt. 0. 0. Oalhoon, of Loxing-ton- , faotohor to Boll county, tho two ry. Throo yoars ago ho and his who is in Washington by orcountios not being ndjnconl, brothor, Roubon Ross, bocamo on- o der of Gov. Beckham for tho ' gagod in a fight with Waltor Maggio Molvillo, daughter of n of ascortaining tho status of Hooks, and Roubon Ross stabbod well to do farmer of nonr Loxing. war accounts botwoon Konluoky ton, wbb eont to the workhouso in and tho Fedoral Government, has Hooks in tho hoad, killing him. Cincinnati for four hfonths Thurs discovorod that $917,701.02 is duo Sent Checks Before Death. dny for drunkdnnoss) dospUo tho Kontuoky as interest on monoy fact that her young huoband plon-de- d expended in supplying troops for It is truo that tho last aot of N. to Judge Tjueders for pormis-oio- n Civil War. B, Pollard, tho sheriff of Trigg tho Union during tho to tnko hor bhok to Loxing. It will bo nocossary for oongross oounty, boforo ho committed sui. ton. to pass an act boforo tho monoy oido was to sond a chock for only $1,000, whilo tho books of tho Au. onu be obtained. Hopk'inoville, Ky., Doc. U. show that Pollard owod Edwards' altornoyp, Sonntor Tho Cincinnati Enquiror last ditor This, loavos $1,459 that will ngainst whom John Folnnd is now woik published tho probablo havo to bo accounted for out of pushing n contost olaim, anys d of tho mombors of tho gen was inoligiblo whon ho was n oral assombly, giving McCroary Pollard's ostato orby his bonds-mecandidate hoQauao ho was omploy. 2." Buro and probably 11 moro; ol by tho stalo as tho soorotary of Cantroll 19, Whoolorl7, Smith 15 Another Suit Filed. tho commi8sioljor8 of tho Woatoni and 111 Tho samo Kontuoky asylum. papor on Saturday gavo interviews Smithland, Ky., Doo. 14. Goo, 79 Sonators and Representa- N. MoGrow, tho administrator of Adjt. Gonoral Murry haa sub- with tives and summod up tho rosult mitted his roport on thd'Stato mi- bb follows: "Of the Legislators Watts Davis, who mot death in Goloonda disaster, has litia to Gov. Bookhnra. Ho and Sonators soon 82 wore pledg-o- d the City of brought suit through his attor among other thing, to McCroary, 18 to Wheeler, 9 to Cantroll, 4 to Smith and 1 to neys, Whooler & Worton, of appropriation bo thnt tho Stato against Captains Bauor from $7,000 to $27,000 an. Alton, whilo 18 refused to commit thomsolvos, Four named HoOrea Peck and Cokor, owners, and ofli. nually, and thnUomo provision Lo ry as sooond ohoico, And 1 Wheemadofor proaorving the reoords ler and 2 Oantrell. Of 'the 9 non- - oars of the boat, for $2,000 daina- Fo-laud- ! Roy-uold- ,"'' pur-poB- Tho rocont roport of deaths in tho English concentration camps, in South Africn, shows that during Ootobor and Novombor nearly ohildren died. Sovoral Items of General Interest Fresh 5,000 thousand adults also died. from the Wires. In tho Senate Mr. Jones of Ark. introduced a joint resolution of Two littlo children in Union thanks to Admiral Sohloy and his officers and raon for tho destruccounty, Tonn., died of starvation. of tho Spanish fleot off SanFroozing tomporaturo is ropor-to- d tion tiago. in Florida as far South as Jacksonville. Washington, Doo. 14. Tho deTho condition of United States mocrats havo repudiated MoLau-riof South Carolina, and will Sonator W. J. Sowoll, of Now Jor-so- y not allow him on their committees is critical. Tho Republicans will havo nothBy tho will of an undo who ing to do with Wellington nnd ho, diod in 1887 Proaidont Roosevelt too, is running alono. iuhorite a fortuno estimated at Liout James MoKinloy soys that ovor $100,000. rolativos of his aunt, Mrs MoKinEight porsonB woro killod and loy, widow of tho late Prosidont, sixtoon woro injured in a wroek did not expect hor to live long, as on tho Groat Northorn railroad sho is now in about tho oarae connoar Essox, Mont. dition fiho was in immodiately af- GENERAL NEWS. The Prosidont has dooided to deolino for tho Govornmont Andrew Carnegie's profforod gift of ten million dollars in Stool Trust aoourities to endow a University. Congressional sentiment is unanimously ogainst accopting trust stock for this purpose. Firo in tho store of Lowroy.and Goobol, in Oinoinnati, caused a loss ostimatod at $100,005. It is rumored that a number of papors rotating to tho Goobol murder con spiraoy trials woro destroyed, but Mr Arthur Goobol refuses to discuss tho rumor. mod-oratin- rt j n, .1 Tho worst Binoo 1S5S was earthquake shock feltjn Manila last houees-wer- Sunday morning.- - Onehouee was wrecked and,,' many .damaged. $5,--15- 9. An aged Long. Island'.oouplo, tho husband's savings jono and tho wifo blind, laydown on their bod and coiutnittodvsuioido by prof-orouc- es Fo-lan- n. far ? Owing to thej'great quantity iw .'of ri-.yo- non-committ- Onco again Kentucky hosecs woro killod and olo l Will so cravoly load tho wnv: Six porsons puis. anci 91. uouis uavo oeen von woro woundod in a collision Onco again Kentucky xnaldons .Will rcsumo unquoationod sway; 'compelled to tio up. botwoon a passenger and ;a froight For a bright Uluograsa renaissance Though the relations botween train on the Illinois Central railWith its glory and its luck, r, floating ico inthe Mississippi steamers plying between Mem g The sovoro cold weather is in tho South, but in 391110 parte of tho West tho blizzard has boon followed by a second cold wavo. worse than its prodocessor. In Nebraska tho weather is tho ooldost since 1888. Cattlo aro per ishing in Oklahoma, and tho stock men believe tho Iobbos will be groator than ovor before. Much suffering and inconvenience iB reter tho funeral. ported from Kontuoky towns as a Rain and wind throughout tho result of tho cold. States of New York, Pennsylva. nia and Delaware havo done damWhen Watterson's Governor. age amounting to thousands of There'll bo music in tho statehouso, dollars. ThoSusquenanaand h Thoro'U bo julops free for nil; rivers, and many Btnallor There'll bo mint along tho parkways, streams, in thoso States havo ovor Thoro'U bo bourbon in th'o hall; Goddess (lowed their banks, resulting in And tho lovely Star-Eye- d Will bring back tho bluegrasa luck, groat property loss, and much sufWhon tho voters put fering to pooplo who woro drivoa To rcrttoro dear Old in Honri Kaintuok. from thoir homos. Le-hig- j Pa-duon- od h, Chili and Argentine are strained, it is hoped by people of both conn Vies that the troablo will bo amicably sottlod. Tho United Stales Ministers in both oountriee havo notified tho authorities at Wash- - road botween Irene and Perry villo- la to follow whon tho votora Let bold Ho'nri guido Kaintuck. ma. Two persons who aro missCleveland Plain Dealer. ing aro supposed to be dead. Tho wreok took fire and thpsoho wore Children lovo to tako Morloy's not instantly killed woro burned to Little Liver Pills for Bilious Peodeath. The failure of a' conduct ple because they .are small, look,. or to obey ordelfriiJ 11 . r.A nrrcr.., ....ijjrtT k'V J.,.,SJ&4 r jiiniiivrrr(iifiiw Tfj" - 5Cti 4 SMS PRIZE. HERE IS OUR Xsrasl ssea ',.' &)lea m mm fiSBS! B$ 40KHHHOKM-KKKHOO-- K i: r'OlviM of Furniture will be awarded the young lady receiving the most This Handsome Suit votes in THE PRESS contest " a Ti ' vV7 Ml 3HHAY ? I f7 fV lS ilS . Jf fM V v, : .8 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwm SCHLEY CENSURED AWOKE BLIND. Send in your Subscription and cast your votes. Young Ladies, get your friends to work. This prize is worth winning. Contest closes at 4 p. m., December 24th. STURGIS BANK City Ordinance. fol-lours: I White Congress Once More. By a Majority of the Court But Ml Dewjy Praises Him. Adm'l u Large Amount Strange Case of an Owensboro BurglarUsd and ' ' Beety Secured, ,,; 'StanographYr,' J' of " M ;C h Tho Sohley Court of Inquiry - O.ensboro.-jKy.- , has found Rear Admiral Schley Myrtle Walfloir, of thfa cltyAlma culpable on eleven of tho charges been totally blind for nlmost contained in tho precept. Admi-rn- l week. She has boon in porfoct Dewey, howover, dissonts, and honltji all her lifo, and has boon iincls strongly in favor of Sbhloy. possessed of an excellent eyesight, n Owing to lapses of timo no but a fow mornings ago whon sho for punishment is mndo awoko sho found that sho was lo Tho court finds Sch'oy negligent, tally blind. A physician was sumdisobedient, vascillatiug, dilutory, moned, and sho has hadcaroful lacking in enterprise, and while at troatmont, but tho caso seems to ono point saying ho was courage- bo stubborn. Unloss hor ooudi-tion ous in battle at another says: "Tho improvos, hor physician and turn of ihe Brooklyn was made to family will tako hor either to LouavoU getting her into dangerous isville or Cincinnati and consult n proximity to the Spanish vossols." spocialisi. In short, Schloy's entire course, Miss Watson is a stonographor from the doparturo from Key in the omploy of tho Howard Prin " AVest to the Hodgson nowspapor ting Company. controversy, is condoranod. Dewey, on tho othor hand, says his Brain Food Nonsense. movomenls woro mndo with all Anothor ridiculous food fad has possiblo dispatch, considering the boon brnndod by tho most compe importance of keeping bunkers They hnvo dis well filled and tho squadron as a tent anlho.itios. pelled tho silly illusion that ono unit, that tho blockado, both of Santiago and Cienfuegos woro ef- kind of food is noodod for brain, fective, and finally: 'Commodore anothor for muscles nnd still anoSchloy wus tho senior oflicer of thor for bones. A corroct diet will our squadron off Santiago when not only nourish a particular part the Spanish oscapod on tho mor- of the body, but it will stiBtnin ning of July 3, 1808. Ho was in oory othor part. Yet, howover absolute command and was enti- good your food may be, its nutritled to the credit duo suoh com. ment is dostroyod by indigostion. You must propnro nianding oflicer, for tho glorious or dyBpopsia. for thoir appoaranco or provont .victory which resultod in tho total destruction of tho Spanish llool." their coming by taking regular doSentiment in Congress seems to ses of Croon's August Flower, tho bo against on investigation of the favorite modicino of tho healthy Schloy caso. Tho opinion sooms millions. A fow dosos aids digos-liostimulates tho livor to lioal- to bo that tho pooplo accopt Dew-oy'- s Ihy action, purifios tho blood nnd vordiot. There will bo au nl. makoj you fool buoynntnnd vigortompt nt a congressional invosti-gatiobutjjit will probably bo ous. You can got Dr. G. G. Croons blookod by the Republicans. Some rolinblo romodios at H. K. Woods & Co's drug store. Got Groon's mombors favor a vote of confi-done- e Spocid Almanno. in Schloy, as nn nndorso. mont of Dewoy's findingn. Much doponds on tho wishos of Schloy's ASTOUNDING DISCOVERV. ' frionds. Sohloy is preparing to Krom Coonoravillo, Mich., coinosword of suo tho publishers of Mnclay's of n wodcrul discovery UBcd n ploasnnt tnatitif,' liiiuid tlmtwlion boforo re'history,"- 'Mholny saya ho is vin- tiring by nny ono troubled with n bad insures pood dicated by tho court, nud that cough nlwnys euro tho acough, nights jest. "It will soon - Jieranuergor, "jor tnrcotoo" Bays his history will stand as nt pros. gonorn-t.iiDeb-15,Mlsii rocom-i.Mondutio. n, n, i roblwd ht 2 o!olodk Friday morniHg ntid tho amotldo of money oectirod by the'thiave is ostlmnted nt $H,r00, Tho robbery occurred nt 2 o'clock Friday morning, tho men ontoring the building by using a crowbar, with which thoy prized open tho rear window. Tho crowbar was stolen fiom n blacksmith shop. The bank vault was blown open with nomo powerful oxplosivo nud tho strong box reaohod. Tho rob-bor- s soourod all tho cash in tho vault. Tho oxplosion was hoard by pooplo in tho neighborhood, but the thievos made good thoir oscape bo foro they could bo iutorceplod. Obituary. Mrs. Emma V. Nation, wifo of W. B. Nation, departed this lifo Novombor 1st, 1901, lonving a loving mother and ndovoted husband and two littlo children, two brothers and throo s:stors. Hor last words woro, "Blossod Josus," May God watoh ovor and guido hor littlo onos, and bring thorn to meot their mother in tho Eternal oily. trhertUk of Sturgis mi For tho first timo sinco tho wnr, The oity council of tho city of there is not a colorod man in con. Marion, Ky., do ordain as r groBs. This is vory romarknblo That Section i of Ordinance 15,, whon it is conjidorod that tho Ro of the ordinances of tho 'city of ptiblicnns'linve n J political mnjori- I)nn nil Ivind nt Rnnflnp Morion, Ky,, entitled, ."Lloonso '?! In,?1?l c?aBf !!lonnl1d!1,lricl9of IGuttoriiig and Repairing, Trx," and pRsaed nnd approved by Root Mntn ft i the city council May fl, WW, ho at loait fifty no.rJ voloi. rk' andtheeftme i hereby amondod pwre to ono that tl.oy wool J hi IwMimalSlVrtw" '!f' "i Wm-- Kiiiti'itjby Btriking out the words "fire loast send ton or flftooti likely roU itpz " . -- . hundred dollnre" iff linoa two nnjl .flred ijiono congros, especially whon thoy aro nlwnys imilrtiuling throo of said section nud inserting hi lion thoroof tho Avords, "sovcil , inn thoy lovo them hj. hundred and fifty dollnrs." Ski1. '1. The lax cirlicoiiso lo BO VeArg 1h due tliotiKntwlH of Holdirm, ni-soil by rotail spirituous, vinenus, EXPERIENCE mouths oxtrn ny to ollitor or malt liquorB, by tho drink, and or thoir lioirs. qunutitios less than n quart, shall tf C. Q.WADLEIQH, ' v. , 5IH bo sovon hundred and fifty dollars St. Waslilnxloii. I). per year. Passed nnd approved this tho TfiAOC MARK8 SrTlO' WVWUVNVV?:,?.' UCSIQNS 10th day of Uocombor, 1(.K)2. COPYRIQUTD &C. Anyone finding a tkttrh mul 1rrtpkin mr J. W. Blno, jr., Mayor. nnlrklr nrrrlaln our opinion free whether ii Inrentlnn pmbtblf pntrntabln. Communlm. J. C. Bourlnnd, clork. tlnniftrlcllrronttdentul. UsiKlbookon I'ntenl S. H. Ramage, Tinner, W 8in,t' i IsSjUE I ii i mnv BOUNTY l rrrfl. )iteit ncrncr tor ecnrtnjr Mtenu. VnfMt taken thmuish Xutm A lo. rceeli rpttuH totlti. without cbnrve. in 1110 52&? JiTA-M?Cii- Jacket or cape me Wc can suit you in a Scientific .Htncricnn. hkndanmelr lllnatrativl wcektr cuUtlnn or nnr nrlentlfln Journal fmir moiillu. II. Kul.lLraJ A 5i t t i Yandell- - Gugcnhclm Co.1 teri Ijirireat Hr. Terma. J a 1). MUNN & Ilrnnch limn-- , CS K M Co.3ClB. New York Whliwlon. C Sh GRAPHOPHON Prices s5 to s150 ENTERTAINS EVERYBODY e. n. EVERYWHERE wHHiHRfSKaHHHEn I HARPER I lWHKKY dHilSl Latest NEVFt?GGS3Xecord:3 SEND FOR CATALOGUC 35 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 88 Wabash Avenue, CHICAGO, ILl , msmmmPi all other wrltlne machines fall, the Smith Premier will still be scrvlnt! vou well, day by day, year by year. Because tlic llhen " STEWART & RINGO. MARION, KY The t Wide-awok- e Photographers lf - I I I H I PURE AND MELLOW, RICH AND DELICATE. .- d onf, Building paper and ttBoBtoti &;Wiilker' v wnll-pap- , A.7 o ourfnmily lmvo used Dr King'd Now Discovery for Consumption nnd no vor found it oqunlcd for coughs or for Colds. It's nn linr!vnlln1 lifn anvnr wlmn used fpr dodpernto lung dUoasoa. Qunr anttMt Woods & Co f FOR SALE B t WM. HAPPIfiAN II til. " IIIIUIIII mmi I I I I H Will until January 1st, givo lo thoir customers onc-lmdozon abinotsi.o pictures and a 14x17 cnlnr'aMl nicluru of ' yourself for 33.00. Tho lenlnrged picturo is n ploco iof work which no ono plnco boforo thoinooplo; boforo. Thoy nro ponnanont in has ever bcon every lenr wjiHhing withqut injury, nnd thoy nre a perf.-c- t liltono. of ronpect nlilo 1 Smith Premier Typewriter has a longer life of usefulness than any other machine. iiUbuiltright forlong, hard, continuous service, n Durability must be present In the 6 r . Il.l... T....,.ltnr nnt that. (S emphatically, Is what The Smith Full Value Best Premier the Value Typewriter. Is-- to wlH ,,jS ''".rivnl--- (tfc.ii utfidtiitmm. ? ... mir " 'X& mmmmFUlr 'K3NtSBWifWBiP5irt(p'jrfMH Any photogrnnhor or kodak nmntour can get good enlargomnnt from t ve&, any sizo tAoy wish, nt our Btudio. All negatives sent lis nurtt .,tliolr npua clean for best results. Any kind of work known to photography or e, arglng mid ar can bo obtained nt our studio. Knlargomonts will bo given on all of our othor work in snm proportion ns nbovo in oitlier dozen or half dozen Mednlmns. buttnnn nml limlrr.'. nr nil i,i.i.. , ..i uoor ... .' -- "uv .i v.ow.ng, eic., nil of n permanent work. , " our "ow JU85 vm or tUo Fnrmora Unnk and oo our wprk. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE rRCf. (f f Co. I The Mil Premier TftcwfH" ST. LOU -- PJnrStraet, S,, .... rJa Taaaam - ',,. r rrrnr TT w NMMMMtaMMMMMMHMi W TV . I sp Cult MAN EXPLAINED. SIMPLE RAIN GAUGE. Thr Colin-to- r Thrown wid. from ftr1 tml ma'TSSrSnrSrti .(mi riqiinnt ) ti x "Yon, poor chnn, lie is gone, dead horse thrown oil his rvnt on his cab he was Btylca of rain bolted, and killed poor chiip, and a good ipialllled to There lire .several CrtfcUT saAM'Fiv driving MiV io nhnll be considered ak witli wimlom on the subject, of gauge iu use. Some of them tire self yurt, too, unite. It was him, you tea, who r of St. Jacobs Oil if it in uwv Hum ii It lm tii. t In it lift (lilt litiil recording. The most common typo ;nve me the ,'lll "ll Ikigi of me. 'Twas like n is that here described, however, nnd that madeand new man were great friends. f wicn. llovvinan tin, me ObendaKiilHaSeucgalcfe ehrf whose this calls for the use of a mensuVlng Some gentleman had given him a bottle of VaAaVtW spouses have numbered precisely two stick in nddttlon to the gauge proper. St. .Jacob Oil which had done linn a lot NUTRIMENT IN FOODS. TO LEARN of of good; lie only used half the bottle, and The instrument is composed OhcndiiKu lim scoie and fifteen. HER Aq remembering that 1 had been a martyr to lie studied all of them. three pnrts: An ndjustible top, or rlieumatmm and sciatica for years, that I Almost Hvcry Known Article of Ulet collector, Indicated at A in the drawhe knows something' of womhad literally tried everything, hud doc- disCuiitnlua it l.nrKi' 1'ereeiilnuP ankind. What he knows lias crystal-Ile- d ing; a tube, or holder, IS; und an, tor, and all without benefit, I became was and looked upon it ii f V.' liter. overflow attachment, C. The top is couraged, for me. Well," anlthat there into maxims of great pith and Pone. "You no help piquancy. Here arc some of them: upon the made wide and flaring, so as to catch may not believe me. for it is n miracle, but An Interesting Hide-lige "Wlxcs are like weeds, sometimes; nutritive vnlues of dilTerent kinds of as innch wnter as possible, and is pro- before I had used the contents of the of St. .Jacobs Oil which poor Bowyou choke them they choke food Is furnished, by tin editorial In vided with a short tubular projection unless man gave me, I was a well man. There it is, ""J tlii-i-- i.iia,u,ril the Loudon I.aneet t renting of thu at the bottom to fit Into the tube, ynu see, after years of pain, after uing remniiyofquantity of water to be found in The tubo is deep nnd slender, ac edies, oils, embrocations, horse liniment', ..... ,. .......on ciii ami spent money on doctors without getn ' . urtlcles of human many IIIHi K ' iimiaa , A ting any better,'! was completely cured in mnl '"wiht ii Jndv diet. It appear-- , for example, that I bought nnother bottle, think0 few days DO per cent, ing the pain might come back, but it did the turnip contains over ",U "(..II U,.illlMMOf I gave the bottle away to a friend not, o of water, the enbbnge nearly the " who had a lamo back. I enn't speak too tlij,iiil,",W: 'Mail-'same amount, and the cucumber and " highly of this wonderful Arm ,,ri,,. 1)lllf .. U5 MffiNi mSrffa WlVtf&L .'SFfM ' MM nU. Ulin Hum KUr WIim, nix of nil AN Iliiil l'lfl- I the .VI Slinulil He I.nruer Than llotiler n ml Provision n lie for III erlliivt. Tho following is a most interesting nnd, in one tunput't, pathetic tale: Mr. J. Pope, 42 Forrar Itoad, Streathnin, Killed. II I h nntl JTCCfiV r fTO No matter what nils yo-i- , headache to a cancer, you will never get Well Until your bowels are put right. Ciscnrets help nature, euro you without n gnpo or pam, produce 10 easy, natural movements, cost you cents to start getting your health back. Cascarcts Candy Cathartic, the conulno, put up in metal boxes, every tablet has U. C. C. stamped on it. Beware of imitations. Host for flu. 0i.tvolt. jut half-bottl- e --. Some men are suspicious of their friends, hut can alwnys he worked by strangers. Atchison Globe. m ht lialf-hottl- "v ,,.. .' - Persons contemplating a journey East or West should be careful that tho rates paid for their transportation do not exceed those chared by the Nickel Plate Road. This company always oilers lowest rates and the service is ellicient. Orchil attention is given to the wants of all first and second class passengers by uniformed colored attendants. The dining car service of the Nickel Plate Road is above criticism and enables the traveler to obtain meals (35) ceuts to $1.00 but at from thirty-five well-know- no higncr. The Pullman '"' T f''l. at , ..,, ,,, service is the usual high transcontigrade standard. nental tourUt cars ply between Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Confer with nearest agent of the Nickel Plate Head. Semi-weekly "' ' eo.il,. lvll lirii- oom.. ,.,. Ui VUiyvm, HMimlli,!,. , oiirViuir nK.., I Mill tin-- ''''"'H'll II " !',, ' '" thiTi-fiiru- '''Utlo U,..V"' ". " J,,., (etlrUH.' The NiuUfklro to win the J, ,a, t lon , 'l,wiyM ,IP !!'" " "(iimi.hIiiio rut..?'" Frinn old ir. can TUB H1..SLMAU:HU IHII.080IM1KII. h iir wim tlir I wVid without nrouiiiK miv her part. you; unless inn cut them ofT they poiMlfclllH " laily. ,,' ayi thr wIiiiht of son you. ' ' "When a woman smiles and keepi j. ' Liu-prii, "how ninny .M'htm i than lur htiklmml. TIiIm her teeth shut, marry her for a colula . .. . .. . .. .i mr vi uny iiiii'hiiiiii, when "'II Hr a l'IOIIHHn( ( nun tllNt who can bitewoman she laughs. her nll, weeps pat "When a dm.11 . mMT it prompt ly anil ceir- - once; if she still weeps, bunt hur 'I'lii'ii (hid out tin hiuhamrn twice. r xxhh'h ohu I'linlly ln done, and by "If you do not like a woman's ear vMiitf out a little hiiiii in nrithiui'tio cut it oil; she will hear no les mid can oanily toli the prolili'in." may look more beautiful. "Despise not all women built like cocoa nut trees; In every forest must A COVERED DUSTPAN. be some cocoauut trees. W lirn llii I. lit l l)iii lilt rnlpiil "A 3'How woman Is like muddy waHa ter, fit only for cooking. I'niiiit.l ICeil.r, ! llltniliir, "Why kins? it is like mtting a V i sugar tree. OiTHnlonnily ,ntrr dirt linn born "Whim you want a woman tnk her liruahri) into iiduinii It xrl-- out If you ism; if you cannot, make her nirn.ii IJcfore It 'itbtut to. An artlelu feel her Ions. of thU olnS liMnnH'tMi delhed, Jiow "Ho condescending alwnys to a J'hi) San wife; thoy like It. CocoanuUi grow w'h1ulCv''t wlmlproof. Diejro ((wll Silir ifij: "It may bo Imply to full and Ho around at the hnfel mrrled from room to room, or foot of the tree. A man with many through 1ihII m h outdoor to be wives Is a cocoauut tree with mucn rtnptlnl without the diuiif.r of the fallen fruit. i ryrn, or on tlin diixl tljiMff Into "A woman fights with glances; lloor niraln, only to be vept tip man with spears. Some glances are .aln. When sweeping Ih hfhij done sharper than some spears. "If there is trouble in your lints shift the women; women must live together n week before they light. "Smile wives nurse grievances like children nnd low them full as well; see that such when have a family of grletimees. "One of my best wives hated me when I married her and loved xue when I told her to die. "One wife is as if the clock always marked high noon; there are other TIIK 1.ATKBT IN HI STl'ANH. hours on the clock. "One wife Is like one meal cery ny thr lul in held back out of thr , by rntrhniK the hook into thr bundle, day, and that one meal always hoyn-dathe same food; thu stomach will hieh In niitniiiHtU'iilly released when The diiNtpiin inny be not stand it. mi desired. "Slap some, pinch others, never pat opened or eloneil and held In poiltlon ran them unless to save a word. by the foot. Tlitm the operator "Talk little to women; listen much. Maud In an rroet ponltioi. and run The,) talk for many and listen for one both liaudx for niauipulatin the few. broom. Tho llil nlm nerxen iim n "Metier to hnvr a woninn fear you to the pan. thai uinkluK a more durable. Thu than to think she can wave A doga it ntroiifjor and womto a lover behind your lmck. dint-pun- ,' inM'iitor of tjiln, 'the covered . C'al." an admires a Hon that will eat her Is Alfred OInon, Sun mure than a monkey that will chatter for her peanuts. MANAGING THE HAIR. "Tim wink is nntJknowt. in Senegal; we do nut blink at the sun or at c.tdi )lol liiiporliuil Vnrt of tlie TnU In other. What w? see. we sec. What Is, In Ciioil l Krri llir ' wc see; what is not, other countries I'ii.i.IIIIoii. eau wink at. "I'ifty-llvwives lU'r AU of eiry kind nnd nil prep- Journey. When theare like a long traveler wearies are tmneeenMiry aration, for the hair he can rest by the wayside In the o loiiK a the ealp U in a health condition. Itriinh the hnir daily "Ith moonlight. clot lies n wife wear the "The less a htiff brimh, nnd. If tho hair ha more she has to hide In her head if rtioiiKh lint mill oil to penult, ah it weeks with clear eold wa- she would keep it from you. Clothes once in tattooing is far more orter A lltths white cntlle mnip may lire foolish;aud docs not chafe. Taillie ed ocemlnimlly, but if it U mixed namental with t'O per cent, alcohol it will be less ors are like monkeys' tails, good only injurious to the head than when it is for hanging. "What Is art? I never saw it before nmilit'd alone with water. of the hair in cauwd I came here. In Senegal art as I see The falling out by fever or a eerc derangement of It In this country would be for a montiie health. It ii checked by Improve key to hang by It tail in n cocoauut ment in the health and by uppljliitf tree and make nil tribes bcllcvr it was local remedies. An excellent lotion u mini in high suspense, "Wives are useful, particularly If for the Mialp It made of two drachms you smoke. Let their teeth be good; six of tincture of ennthnrides, drachuiH of rosemary and 11 ounces of it means better stiulT. ".Marry much. Ho not tnke it serirldertlowcr water. Apply a little once or twice a day after bnuhln' thencnlp ously, Often bad wives make good lirixkly with' a Mi IT brush until it Ik widows. It Is hard to be the widower in a kIow. When the hair Ik .short of a good widow. "When the cooks spoil the broth It Ik an excellent plnut to dip the head in cold water nlf,'ht and morning, and, in our land we put them In the pot after thorodihly drying the hair, to make more. It solves the question brush it ipiiukly and well for live min- - of food. aa (Hill "Inri'll't JHffI. 'M"vIimi,imtlllllnllllll'llt liuvt you niiiHt Irttln J... " llltl at that llm'. How . lllU ... " 'K 'fllllil iiia t ),iini'i winter of jmil . .. M. ........ nun n- Kr aiir ... "i - ... .1 per tho vegetable marrow about cent.; while amongst fruits the Htrnwbcrry contains nearly DO per cent, of water, the npplo 82 per cent, and grape 80 per cent. Kven the various meats used as food contain uu amount of water far in excess of the amount of solid constituents. s of beef and mutThus ton consist of water. Lamb contains 'ess water, namely, Ct per cent., pork htlll less, C0.9 per cent, and bacon only US2.3 per cent. It would appear that as the llesh foods increase Iu the amount of fat the proportion of water, as a rule, diminishes. Coming to birds, the flesh of the fowl nnd duck contains about 70 per cent, of wnter, and that of the pigeon 75 per cent., while the llesh of the goose contains only 38 per cent., the lust being another example of the fat increasing with a corresponding diminution in the proportion of water. Fishes contain from 40 to 80 per cent, of wnter. The egg, one of the most powerful of nutritives, contains 05.5 per cent, .of wnter, the white consisting of 80 per cent, nnd the yolk of 50.il per cent. Tho latter, of course, Is the more nourishing part. As n rule, foods containing n small proportion of water are not fit for human consumption until they are cooked, which commonly means reducing them to n digestible Mate by milling water and boiling. three-fourth- pain-killer.- .VI "Ciood-nioriung,- ore I'n I n f ill. I c. e Every man thinks his writing is plainer than that ot anyone he ever knew. Atchi- B said the would-bcon trihutor. "How would you like to have an mmy on 'Our Daily Hread?"' "Thanks," replied the editor, "we prefer Philadelphia Record. butter. Uood-itay.- " " son Globe. Dropsy trcntcd freo bv Dr. II. H. Green's Bons, of Atlanta, On. Tho greatest dropsy specialists iu tho world. Head their advertisement in another column of this paper. BLMPLE RAIN GAUGE. VALUABLE DISCOVERY. Atmospheric rir. llrlluttlr Klrctrlrlt y t'nr.l ns .Mrnti of 'IVIrurnplilo ("ii in in ii n lent Inn. a. omi-'i- At Ilnyonne, N. J., while experimenting with my kite sustained steel recently proved beyond a wire, doubt for the first time that atmospheric electricity enn be used as a mentis of telegraphic communication, thus doing away with n battery, dynumo, Morse sounder or magnet, and almost entirely without apparatus other than iron rods driven into the ground, by means of which the 1 Ac " DIi-ro- curnte measurement being promoted by this menus. The diameter of the top is eight inches, and that of the tube, or holder, 2.53. Consequently the one has an aren ten tlnica larger than the other, and ten inches of wnter in the tubo means that one inch has fallen in the collector. One inch in the tube indicates a rainfall of a tenth of an inch. After n rainstorm, the measurement is mndc with slender flat stick graduated to inches and tenths, not eighths. The stick Is thrust down in the tube pcrpendlculnrly, zero end first, and then quickly withdrawn. A glance will show how far up the scale has been wet by immersion. If there is 2.3 inches of water in the tube, the rainfall has be on 0.23 of an inch. The tube commonly used by the United States weather bureau nt its stations is 20 inches deep, nnd is capable of measuring a rainfall of two full inches, which is n great amount. However, to provide for n still greater precipitation, it is customary to liave nn overllow attachment, shown nt C. This is simply n circular can eight inches iu diameter, into which the water flows when the tube It is full. 1 actual service the tube is set inside the can, nnd then the flaring top is adjusted to the tube. When more than two inches have fallen, the tube can be emptied, and then the surplus from the can poured in, to be measured as the first installment was. The gauge may be made of tin or sheet copper. It is important that the diameters lie strictly according to rule, in order to preserve the proper proportions between the area of the top and the cross section of tho tube. It Is nlso important that the instrument be set on level ground, or the center of a large flat roof, with no fence railing or other partial obstruction to the wind within ten or fifteen feet. Is'o building should be nearer than 100 feet. Anything which will produce eddies will cause more rnhi, or less, to fall into the gauge than falls elsewhere. Consequently, grcnt pains must bo tnken in exposing this apparatus, or the results will be misleading. It is not unusual for two gauges placed only a few rods apart to give very dilTerent indications. X. Y. Tribune. 11 11 and used n similar sounding name. Any dealer who will offer a substitute or say that something "is just as good" when are called for, does it for the purpose of making a few cents extra profit, which must always be at the expense of the cusCas-care- Many n man who tries to be a rascal finds he ib only capable of being a fool. Cnicago Pill. lie Protect'... Daily News Hon. Judge Wing of the Federal Court of Clevelonu has issued n permanent injuncPUTNAM ADELESSDYES are s tion with costs and damages enjoining a easy to utc as soap. No muss or failures. lawyer named Gorey from the manufacture and sale of an imitation of Cascaret. Gorey imitated the boxes, the shape of the tablet ABSOLUTE SECURITY, Genuine Cascarcts have been advertised freely in our columns and as the result of making have the them known, Cascarcts largest sale of any bowel medicine in the world. They are always packed in metal boxes with the long tall "C" on the cover and each tablet stamped C. C C. They are never sold in bulk or from jars. Readers are warned against imitations or substitute.1 of this meritorious medicine, and if at any time they have been offered a substitute jr an offer to sell something "just as good" when Cascarcts have been asked for, write direct to the Sterling Itemed) Company, New York or Chicago. to-da- y tomer's health. Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signature of See Facsimile Wrapper Below. Johnny "What is an adog-Pa "An adage is an epigrammatic sophistry manufactured to prevent one from doing something he wants to do or to induce him to do something he doesn t. lioston lraiincript. V' Coeon nnd Choeolnte. ExposiThe Judges at the tion, HufTalo, have awarded three gold medals to Walter Baker & Co, Limited. Dorchester, Mass., for the superiority ot their Breakfast Cocoa and all of their cocoa and chocolate preparations, and the excellence of their exhibit. highest award This is the received by them from the great expositions in r.urope and America. Ilovr .stir Knew. an"That is your husband rapping'" nounced the medium in a solemn voice. "My husband rapping?" said the widow, ahiently; "gracious! he must have forgotten hit night key!" Philadelphia Record. thirty-seventh Avrnrd IllKhrst011 t&ccZ FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR Year small and aa easy to talue a agar. CARTERS T IVER US. U 'S I ITTLE IIUOUSHESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATIOH. FOR SALLOW SKIN. ' F0RTHEC0MPLEXI0R OK7IVHTB MUaTTMVI Fwrelr YefetaMo, CURE SICK HEADACHE. The route between New York and Chicago by way of the Iackawanna Railroad is growing in popularity. It takes people through some of the finest scenery fn America, over splendid roadbeds, in excellent cars that are noted for their fine riding qualities. The dining-ca- r service is worked on the principle of older what you want and pay for nothing else n plan that is very popular. You may have your meals as cheap or as expensive as you please. Service is on the European plan. Individual club breakfasts or suppers, calculated to please the most fastidious, are furnished at a minimum cost of 35 cents. Mrs. Talk No Mmlt. Emma is very fond of em- Vrrjr Poputnr Plan. Webster's International Dictionary of English, Biography. Geography, Fiction, etc. New and Enlarged Edition 25,000 NE.W WORDS. ETC. Edited by W. T. HARRIS, Ph.D., LL.D., United Slates Commituoner oi Education. Rich Bindings. New Plates Throughout. 3364 Pages. 5000 Illuatrations. Also BEST FOK THE. HOUSEHOLD Dictionary broidery. Mis. Gossip Yes, she even ruflles her temper. Boston Herald. I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ngo. Mr. Thos, Bobbins, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y. Feb. 17, ltm "This," remarked the minister, after officiating at the double wedding, "is what we call putting two and two together." Cincinnati Observer. To Cure n Colit tn One I)nj- Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets. All 1100 Paget. Scotush Gloiury. wiBsrErcs 1400 Illustrations. Sue 7x10.x aHin. 1crrDtNxrwiAL EicncKNcr Specimen pagei, etc., of both booLs ent on application. 1 G. O C. Merrlam Co., Springfield, Man, Webstrr'a Collegiate. with a valuable m BLUE POINT OYSTERS. worm caacK. WHISKY and other drug habit cured Wo want tho ana references rui.K. llr. U. M. VVUOLI.UV, Ilox (I, AUnntu, Oa. OPIUM Ilook 1 1 e rf ':&:'z-fi"iifkj" . - . !" s . .. Some i' .? kX. TUB KM'KHtMKNT BXI'LAINBL). to lltCH. An excellent hair wash, whpii - a r matic spirit of nmmonla, one and a half drachma of tincture of cautlia-ride- s and half an ounce of Khakr and mix the mixture well in a liottle, and apply It to the with on old toothbrush, X. V. Tribune. n-nlp waih Is needed, conslntR of seven ounces- of rot;Matpr, one ounce of aro- hnir of "Many women would rather be nun 55 wives thtiu one of none." MIIW .should be nipped rather alowly, aa it turiiH into curds the moment it reaches the f"iric, JuJccR of the .stomach, and when a lartfe quantity la awallowcd at once the lur(,'o mnss formed Ih not lime-wat- er uurt mensely n If milk liierennen AVelitlit, iIoch not dlangrcn with one or more n day will help imIn tho work of ittlii' fat. It quickly digested. A tnldcspoonful of in a glnH nf milk will neutralize its bilious properties. Sim ili Hemnlr fur n My. veteran housekeeper told me tho other day of a simple remedy for n sty, which she says has never failed iu her experience, says (loot! Housekeeping. It is a poultice of lukewarm tea leaves. Put tho smallest quantity of water possible over a half spoonful of black tea and allow It to steep. Take it iu ten minutes and fold into a tiny piece of thin muHlln. Lay it on the eyelid und keep the eyes abut for half an hour. As it dries moisten In the cold tea. This cure Is only of avail before tho sty has come to u hend; the poultice must be applied ns soon as the ilrst prickling pain in the eyelid an nnunccH the coming of the dlnugree nble Inflammation. A perpetually charged wire from the upper air is silenced until a new charge instantly collects. I found thnt one wire running eust and west, aud up into the air through a ring aloft, when brought into connection with another high wire running north nnd south, caused, when one of the terminals was grounded, a alight excess of atmospheric electric action In the wire extending east and west, and across the line of the earth's magnetic pole, which extends nearly north and south. The three steel wires were raised in the form of an immense church spire, with a base about 300 feet across. One edge of this upward reaching triangle was formed by the steel wire kite cable which went on up beyond the apex of the wire spire to a height of about 1,000 feet, maintained aloft by two mammoth kites. Telegraphic signals were transmitted from any one station on the ground simultaneously to the two others by simply grounding the wire at 11113- - o"' station, when the power to draw half-Inc- h sparks at the other stations instantly vanished, except on the wire running cast und west, where sparks of an inch in length continued. lly detaching the Iron rod the spark-in- g power was instantly restored at the other stations. It was like shutting on aud otV a light in nrmy signaling und so making dots and dashes. 1 believe that this at present static electric force could be collected at a high point in the mountains on large copper Jiisulntcd discs, without kitea, nnd used to electrify the line to the west, and that static, attraction nnd repulsion might be used with delicate hut runic nt a and without inngnetIsm,Vllllim A. Eddy, in N. Y Herald. th USE CERTAIN GHELL CURE. drugBlstsrefiindmoncyifltfnilstocuro.SSc. jvaavoniiR. ooo. newborn ouster is a tiny Heck of n crown, where for Contentment A. N. K.- -F crcniny substance, not much larger tune hath deniedgives, Fold. 1894 it than the point of a pin. Itsndvciu in WHEN tVltlTINO TOAIVEUTIHEKi He who rules must humor full as much countless numbers from the middle of please tnle that you savr tho Advert!, Eliot, meat Id tlila xiuatv duly to the middle of August is to the as he commands George oysternian of Connecticut, where are located probably the largest seed ouster plants in the world, an event of tho utmost interest. Long Island sound aTOIitaV IflaV'ffia. has some peculiurtt' of the water FvHM1bW which renders it especially favorable At frequent intervals dur-viraising of the choicest and for the 90 1, round trip oysters. Not only most w tickets will be sold via the of ouster tire here located thousands tvfttQEir 0 plantations, but also immense uuturnl Qi Belt Route, oyster beds. And here and there only Gfrpm Cairo and is raised the famous Hlue Point o.vster. the most delicately flavored of its kind frfravemPnis t0 Ipomts and in demand the world over. ..: i, J . . inir.U.ioU3)l.Uui3- The Great South bay, on the outside ana, Texas, and of Long Island, facing the ocean aud &j 4 extending a distance of 50 miles from fndian'and Okla the towns of South May and Hpeonk, is homa Territories, the headquarters of the entire producat greatly reduced tion of the genuine ltlue Point ojsters. The name is derived from a point of rates. land which juts out into the buj here, Tcll lit where you wnt to Co i also called Wile Point. 'when you would like 10 leave, and we ' will tell you when you A combination of percentage of salt tan tecure on water, temperature, depth, conin the of the tickets tnd wha. It will ott. We will alio send you t compiel dition of bottom, together with some 'schedule (or the ttlp and an Inttieslirz indellnable quality possessed by the y little bock. "A Trip to Texas." latter which is different from any other, gives to them their flavor, which (UCPEtt(lW.Mcffl!ls.TtraL Vf.CAOiMS. T.P.JL, KaAvHlc.Tti. has never jet been equaled by anj of K.WAU, l.l'.IL.UlKlfllUu.WW0. M.AtUdlfT.P.L,U4rO,IIL r w i.itFii'Mrm r. p u.4T rv i .., u. the various kinds of oysters raised hi u, pV( America, aud the oyster industry is by far the most important fishing industry in the United States. The IHut aaaatartysMiai wiaiiWiiWfai)s,,iii aa Points are simply transplanted Xor Itridgeport seed oysters, walk and which urc taken from oyster beds und put into the Blue Point beds iuOreat South bay, where they attain maturLEADER" and "REPEATER" ity under thr most exalted aud potent SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS conditions, which graduate them o.s are used by the best shots In the country because they are so accurate, ter nrlstoerats, with reputations ready uniform and reliable. All the world's championships and records have been made, possessing the highest oyster won and made by Winchester shells. Shoot them and you'll shoot well. valuation and sought for as "Divine Points' in every civilised laud. Hart' USED BY THE BEST SHOTS, .SOLD EVERYWHERE lord Times. hmmtmimtm0tim0m0 mim)tpimMm0mmmmm00m0mm0m0m - "' " A l'ltpulnr ArlHloeriiln of lliv lllwitve 1'uiiill)-, Intere ntliiK 1'iieln Aliunt Tlirae r.r. Free. RDADCV 11. tT 9 0 llfiok of Dr. II. II. UkEk.Va WEW DISCOVERY ;"Elve8 quick relief and cure wornt ami IO .lava treatment MO.VS, Bi 1, ATUVTi, tla.- - faiiisi xrio, Law Rates io Texas. 1 ng idely-soug- ht Ppttgn " a-- '1 y a ,l A'' low-rat- e m m; v iv lit 1 vf 1 ij ff CHESTER lj - a1 . "iA"&,.' liT?M!rs . z- - ll 9ErXl TLitftKt mm IW ' "' 'I1 ' 'III J H ... i p s 8 t,omonrntoclj hie NEW COUNTY OFFICIALS Dcmpsey Station No Press Next Week. County SurveycV Dead. ability to ooiul tologrnphio mossa- Mr. Dempsoy B. tttu lionfli Tho Pnnss stalT always takps a - l'Gs across tho oconn without tlio County Survoyor W. H. Krtloii. ' Itn fililnal iiiifl linaf l.nah rest Christmas wook. No papor f cable or wiro. Think of it, ' "so lf Li'Miigalou oouiity, ti'ttl at li)tfJ . Publislior mnl, nii,:m, ,n nnni, tifniitiiKit MVIKIll hill.... R. 0. WALKER, 111 will bo issuod noxt wook. This tmtia .1, flm S.UIIO Wl lull IIIIU i.lin noPn tho Pan lliiiull.i Thurr- , , , , , Ja. WALTER WALKER, Managor. Bpnco of 1KX) milos, with only tho Take Oath of Office Wednesday, odition complotos tho yoar'u work. noon, uiuu ai ins nomo oh tip i IIV tliirlii ..ft,. n !f ! Ilnnoo r.F January 1st. It has boon tho object of tho man. night, oHor an illness i offmsti iii,;,i fovor. Mr. Eaton Tib Biok ntmosphoro to boar tho mos3ngo. ttiSp , , agomont to mako tho paper bottor wooks. Tho burial took plueaft k. ,. "Til Tho hono8t li(li(lntion of dobla low (Iiivb and many Mi will bo published frco of chnrKO. . .. this yoar than ovor boforo; as to JtiirruMino o uirch comotorv . Cum. '...i . tno county ... over 10 lines nt 5 cents nor lino. without monoy or collaterals sooins T , "i 'earn did x, r .,. ,. iiiy. t ill iu w .ii nrui Mini in lllll ihv: i is ill until Iub (loath not" w nn- iltlllll vfiu RESOLUTIONS OF RESPKOT: $1.00 nioro roasonablo, and, by tho way, Tho nowly oloctod county ofli- - whothor wo havo succoodod wo w. yoar. llo was a mim od. Mr Eaton wna nl. jctod can not say, Our roadors aro tho onty-lift- h ' would bo nioro approciablo whon cors will aBSumo tnoir duties on judgos. To our subscribers wo highly lospoc.ted by all acquaint co, survoyor 'coal bills aro piling up so high January 1st. iu 18U7. ANNOUNCEMENT. ancos, anil lovod by n laigo oirrle J. Watts Lamb "will succood oxtond our bosf wishes for n hap- of j ust now. friends and rolativos, and hia py Christmas and a joyous Now SPRING TERM. FOR CONGRESS. John T. Piokons as ShoritT. rpi, Andrew Oarnogio proposes to will long bo (diorisluul by Wo are authorized to nnnounco Aaron Towory will succood J. G Yoar. Tho Phkss will again groot naino j iuiiii wi in rt ritffi givo SIO.OOO.OJO to tho causo of Ho i tho pooplo of his vicinity you on .Ian. 3rd, 15)02 OLLIK M.JAMES wm ,,ogln Mo" day Kochostor as County Judgo. loaves two daughters and tlnoo a candidato to represent the First Dis- University oxtonsion in tho Uni County Attornoy Kovil will ro- QCb Ball. . to in Conprev, subject ted States. Christmas . trict of Kentucky ... Uo wants congross .1 sous. ih doing its I ctt tiro and Uarl Llonuorson assumo to the action of tho Democratic part , manage his munificent gift in tho work? llio'opu-r- a A ball will bo givon at of young poo p)o tho dutios of this oflico. Duboe Endorses Bcbout. establishment at Washington of a house Monday ovoning, nftor U.Tir.1 tl..... ...Ill i I.. County Olork Davo Woods will MM "" niuvI win n Boston wont Democratic last University for highor education. Doboo has ondorsod L. A Senator U. llrnllimv.. I tho porformanco of "b'aust." -bo succoodod by ICd. Woldon. -' i. ... " wook. Tho old story of doing tho It is gratifying to liavo n rich man thogreHto.; """"" havo Ii Hobout as potttuiastor at Padu-calargo uumbor of invitation Miss Miua Whoolor, Supt. of right thing at tho wrong time. liko Carnogio disposed to shovvor tt) succood F. M. Fibhor, dilating, r in nr...n..i Young puoplo from Schools, is succoodod by John B. boon issuod. ' his substantial blessings upon a Cumobi 1"""4,u !,l Sturgis, Frodonia, and Cridor arc whoso tonn will soon bo nut Tho Corn is up, potatoes aro up, pork Paris. wouonr if you want i,f,0.,,4 grateful country, and wo moan no is up, and now tho nioroury is tho Wm. T. Bolt is tho now Assos coining to goo "Faust," and will fiqht for this oflico four years ago .; i. iRlit kind ot i rni- disparagomont when wo suggost, participate in tho Ball. A most lasted lastod for months, and it is only thing tugging at tho othor sor: J. F. Canada retires. Writoor oah that, if ho would construct his delightful timo is anticipated. oxpoctod it will likoly last aw long ond of tho string. Chab 1 racks nearer tho ground nioro this timo Tho applicants nru unVery Old Man. JB, PrinolpnL folks could reach his foddor. Wo Hko Mr Bryan and his derstood to bo Hobout and Fishor, Insurance Rates Raised. Tho fourth notVa!lil,ri, Lewis Fowlor, an aged colorod but those cold waves that Tho recent docision of tho SuTho Board of Insuranco Undor-writo- and oaoh aro said to havo strong thoShnnoofUi. man, died at his homo snoar town lnMlmgor aro being tossed over from his premo Court sweeps away for Tonnosseo and Kon-tuck- y backing. the tar- Monday. Ho was ono of the real goously . uminaU. otrjo ,Ur State aro not fit for afreo eilveritel iff bars between tho United States havo raised tho insurance' Jrops, will bin. Aof heaT-- n old men of the county, his exaot to associate with. and the Philippines, but congross ago is not known, but his friends rate for Marion, Tho rato on all Attention, Subscribers. paling i"to will promptly arrango tho matter claim that ho was OS, residences and businoss (houses is lioro and wlnkung President Roosevelt ia breaking On January 1st tho sulnoription now about 20 per cont. highor Ul'vra ,,0Ionday h" political bronchos with as o to moot tho demands of that class tho books nf Ilio Pnnss will bo orrang. thou horotofora, No roason for Distillery to Start. ovidont inconvenienco as ho which prospers by favorable legisod for tho biuino09 of tho yoar experienced with tho quadrupeds lation rathor than by tho old fash STRAYED-Fr- om Mr, F. E. Robortson oxpocts ta making tho raieo was givon, 1002. Accounts will bo sont l all "iy,0in ion biblical plan start his of tho West. distillery, at this placor dolinquunt HiibacriborH and imuio-diat- Marion, on Thursday, loo.ii, By and by Americans and AmeriDeeds Recorded. All big black Aldornoy cow.'it this wook. Ho oxpocts to limit flottlumont oxjjoctl can capital will own everything d Congress is to be asked to tho output this wintor, but anticiMrs 11. Schwab to Wm. Fowlor, Hubscriptions if two years' stand-in- g crumplud horns. Any inforuY.. tho thanks of tho people to in our island possessions, tho na- pates a long run will bo discontinued rnllnud ns to her whoronbout aukli noxt season. Ho lot iu Marion 200. Why not to tives will becomo practically serfs, will mako tho Admiral Scliloy. TiVntinna W O.lnrb ti. Tllmi hottlo this wook nml oto in tho rocoivod, or will pay for famoua brand, "Old Dowey? lie of all men deserves and thon wo will have froo trade, Hiokory" whiskoy. turn oontost JNunn, intorost in land for $5115, J. V. Givons. recognition for his rocont broad- and a littlo band of Louisiana su3TC gar planters will bo run ovor by sides. tho Juggomaut car of Yankoo-doSenators Tillman and McLau-ren- , of South Carolina, con tin uo President Roosovolt is evident-l- y ta challenge each othar to a retaking lessons in Kentucky posigning contest, but somehow litical history. In addition to they do not got together in this ONE NIGHT ONLY. Bradloy's exposition of fatal duel. things that havo been, former It is announced that tho Stato Stato Senator Linnoy is niringtho mmmmm'mmmmmmmmm'mmammmmmm'm Feeble-Minde- d Institute is a fail- former charges against Dr Hunter ' with tho President as a supposod ure fiom a "Modico-podegogistandpoint We didn't know they auditor. Linnoy is fightinc tho m had any doctors ond teachers con- reappointment of Hunter ns Minister to Gautomula. Hunter's fined there before. pledge to tho two Populist mom-b- o rs of tho logislaturo of ' to As the Uovornmont, by its tariff vote for froo silver, if ho wore oloo o laws, materially assisted Mr. Scene, its Rain in amassing his stupondous ted United States Sonator, is THE Celebrated inc ' V( r.cl -. brought up. Tho Republicans fortuno, it sooras, according to tho keand many of Rctii Fire. : who stood for froo silver in ' and fitness, not a bad idea for congress Weird and Dra. ni'.ic tho Democrats who stood against to assist him in spending it it, will occasionally run up against Tho daily overago attendance at "tho roal thing." tho "grub pilo" in tho Frankfort With Dewoy tor him, Schloy penitentiary this year was 1235. need not worry about tho doings ' During the year Gov. Beokham -j and sayings of tho other two memgranted only 37 pardons Gov. Blackburn boat this overy month. bers of tho court. The judgment of tho horo of Manila is worth Tho executive branch of tho more than tho docision of n hund' s government is7gonorally in accord red men who novor smelt tho powder, nor hoard tho "zip" with congress on all vital quesW nrmhrlliMI rt ..ht' nwstfflilece . . t Hi tions ond vico versa, honco tho of his balls. If anything woro lii.r ()cf. Jlouw, .v,.-!- j jiir,Hkn .11,1 evening. Iiy 1'ortrr claim that congross, and not tho lacking boforo, tho announced l . t 1. if,.. ,.! .1 ctnlit to the ' ' !' iik' . rt) President, must govorn tho Phil- opinion of Dowoy inseparably i.miici (! uith the pUjr. iu' y i..d ui r ( ' I'unt" U to be ippines is merely a technical ans- links tho names of tho two groat mini f"f ! iiivlUtln I iens, liut the o wll cUbt of gratitude to t 1. k . wer to the chargo of imperialism. Admirals together, ond whorovor V lirtt ml his ntitodalcs for an I'.trtrr tho story of Goorgo 'Dowoy's bril (tiniw "ihr tnt'lpfinifcif the play, and inn-I r IN. wIrqNaiti ru atttuctive weuic cmll-- i Judge Hobson thinks tho Le- liant Manila victory is told tho ( mHi which Mr. While ha enhancetl gislature should appropriate funds glorious fight of Scliloy at Santia lit ! Juctloi. suflioiont to provido for a fire- go will bo cheered. The ovidonco proof vault for tho records of tl o drawn out by tho court of inquiry Court of Appoals. Tho court's is tho background that moos thok m .A: ,:? picturo of tho bravo Admiral stand disposition to go back on its . z. rm r tjii :cki umu.p wur suggests tho filing of its de- out tho moro prominont. VJ&SrAS?feo! cisions in a straw stack near a A Wasnington dispatch to a pile of shavings closo to a match Louisvillo papor soys that tho factory. United States civil sorvico will shortly tako a hand Tho Navy Department hai already paid Admiral Sampson tho in tho matter of tho reappoint15,000 awarded as his portion of ment of collector Franks. The tho prizo money of tho Santiago commission allogos that it has to show that tho oolloctor fight, which ho was not in; whilo THE FOLLOWING GREAT ELECTRICAL EFFECTS ! i tho $!('.). 25 sot asido for Admiral nas vioiaieu mo civuisorvico iaw. WILL POSITIVELY BE PRODUCED: u. 1 Schloy has not yot boon paid. by taking a hand in his party's Wo wouldjjliko to seo Howovor, it may bo that thoy havo primaries. sont Schley up tho stroot to got a tho color of tho Ivontuckinn's hair The Rain of Fire! dollar bill busted so as to mako who, holding oflico. doos not shako The Electric Sword Duel ! "tho light fantastic too" whonov-o- r tho correct chango. The Electric Horning Glories 1 n political ball is within roach i" t r Agitators in Porto Kico havo of him. Tho oloctionarv spirit of The Electric Circle of Fire ! '. j JViL. mita V.lUlAHVW; 7. been convictod and sontoncod to this ago may gorminato ono to The Electric Flower Bed? prison for attempting to raise the flourish in tho noxt contury, but The Electric Fire Flies! price of labor, Thoy would find it is a proposition that The Electric Necklace I it moro profitable and loss onorous tho laBt contury did not proparo The Electric Stars! to como to tho mother country ai.d ono for this; if itdid a stray bulThe Electric Skull ! join in tho general successful senf-ll- o let in ono of Dauiol Boono' s bat to raiso tho prico of nil tho com ties with tho Indians must havo moditiou that labor must buy .nl him low. If tlioro woro such I'lioio is not so much diiroronco in a man, why ruin his beautiful ro- f HISS OLGA VERNE AS MARGUERITE. tho character of tho business, but cord by makintr him iu oolkctor. wo look nt tho tbijlff fmmJLdfmSl'mr even n c.nnatnhlnX in. 3Ut--r' I Mnrc0lli ,mB nw ... I L 1 IV. . -- i5rrB T m I jSw! " h, I Com-inono- r, rs lit-tl- '" swoat-of-tho:fac- o o ox-ten- A"- m. Opera House o Monday, Lluu 23 "w 4- PORTER J. i ' mmmmmimmm WHITE'S) 1 r nK wh m sMnr -- Car-negi- SEE m m Ileclric liHe:4. in l Brocktn Owl, with J r other mmgW'ifc '? x-mmmmm:,'r. :t feiX eth:?x t; an a sermon ono-ray'- YfSsUzMwm m mil, i 1 " 4 ro-coi- ni -- . A, " m -. -- "&v$la:z. com-missio- n tos-tinio- 1 1 J 1 1 1 " 1 s.ymsaBmm m A A M solf-ovido- nt Lc-- JgUOJIJJc, ?- - ., tr" v.. . t v. fuwmiiiL jmmwiwwiiU r.w&ir&fcggi Li- . fc s ! Choice Holiday Goods at Haynes' Drug Store All Everything Nice ! Toilet Sets, Elegant Line of Jewelry, Everything Pretty! Albums, jhe Finest Perfumery, Everything New ! Novelties, gxquisite Stationery. Handsome Assortment of Ladies and Gents Pocket Books. A Large Selection of Beautiful Dolls. $Kp K. of the as "Dr'i and Knobs, Blennerhasset, Norman Holt, Eben Holdcn. the Latest Books I," Warwick Such ROBT. F. HAYNES A whirring and rumbling of hi. dious noises; tho Hashing of lightning and tho atrong, roaring poala of thunder, tho sight of somo poor t fk'& Bt y your Christinas Buy your CI ristmao whiskey ohiof from from Dobs it Co. handkor- Co. WW t&M J. W. Pritohotl, at Gladatono, is unfortunato struggling against the paying tho highest markot prico 2.25 por in cash for turkoys. IJo wants all demons of hell incarnato; behold TUR ONK DOLLAB gallon, 05conta por quart. Only in tho county. the demon like forms that boloh forth tho curso of damnation; the at Harrigau'B. "FauBt" Monday night. Lost- - A pair of shaded noso night grows darker; tho storm raIf you want frosh oranborrios to dotormiuo tho most popular young laPiicss voting in mid Tho conlont oloBos Tuesday at 4 and colory go to Cophor's. Ilia glassos, Wodnosday. Findor will i Tho Orittondon andcontoBt Livingston counties will oloso Monday aftor-noo- goa; tho demons gathor ploaso roturn toMissNollo Walkor dy in goodH aro all froHh, clock. at o'clock. Tho last count boforo tho final ono haa been mado, night rovolry and curse the imma at BluoitNunn's Ofiico. ouo key i'b in the po83eBsion of Mr. T. J. culate angel tho Virgin Mary , tho ballot box locked, and Ollio JnuiPB irnn in LouJavillo Mr. O'Brion, of Madiaonville, luiB purchased Kittingor & Stin-nutt'- u tills week. B.C. Haynos' grocery storo is iandoll, Uashior of tho Manon Bank, aiU County Clerk Davo Woods as is his bidding from tho throm wuuft tuoou Will UUUI1 of tormont. Thon there cornea i uiu uuiui, j. now located m tho building for una bftl)ot box Qnduoouui in l dry goodu atoro. mnko lho final oount and on'no3nca tho winnor lho Soo tho Dovil at tho opera houtu lull, and all roars forth in a seethThe bedroom suit will be presented to tho successful contestant on Tho bedroom sot will bo deli v. moriy occupiod Dy WUborn A; Monday night. ing mass of fire, with enohanting orod to tho winner Christmas mor-nin- Piorco, two doors north of Cook i Christmas morning. I Tho last count mado Wednesday morning shows that Miaa Carrie hideousneaa, and the curtain falls hotol. Pay your subscription boforo Who will got it? Moore and Misa Clara Nunn are equal in Btrongth, each having 801 to hide from view tho remorse ol ... tho oonlost oloioa. All monoy refunded at tho ond , votes. Tho race between the two vouncrlndinn linn hnon nrmHnn. frnm w WW A big lot of rugs for Christmas. . ... WMWAW.M.S the lost soula. Tho Brockon " a .l oi tiio third act to those who aro tho start, and promises to become more exciting during tho remaining Go to Dobb & Oo. for your ltindell-Qugonhoiscene in "Faust." Co. in tuo louat diBsatialiod with Por days of tho Contest. Tho friends of oaoh are workine hard, and are Ohrintmnn vhikoy. lugh Bennett, of Tolu, was in ter .1. White's production of Btrong in thoir determination to win tho prize for their favorite, The Only aix tlnya until tho contest town CHAPEL HILL voting haa been vory, heavy during tho past week, and thero is but yesterday, llu called at tho "Fauat." oIobub. Hno you votod? (louui inai mo loiai nuuiDor or votos will Do doubled beforotho nuio Littlo Lcstor Bigham is on tho side .PttKbn olilro and votod for his fa- the oloBinff day oi tho contoat. Tho intorest list. DaviobB county while 0cm whia ovoni"t' of 1)oc Soo our now ladies jaokuU. voriti. "innifostod in tho contoat has boon grower that we oxpootod. kov $" nor Lfnllim nn,. or unrt. 13 ud Hill, olio of our Clinpol Hill boys Yiuulall.UuKonhoiiii Co. Tho 8tanding of tho cor.toatanta according to the last count is as Whon you want tho beHt, buy N ill. Harrigan. will leavo for Kansas in February to followa: Tnrvls Ib shipping u lot of lwt from C. IS. Doaa it Co. Tho Cold make his future homo there. Owing to tho Htormy weather m Spring or Old .loo PorkiiiH whisMiss Mnnnrd 1 yonr'B purchaso of tobacoo. Mooro .'Jul , Miloy Ward, who left hero in Septemkey. Mius Ada lloworton( 4 AIr. II. A. Ingram h ontortam. jmi Clam Nunn, .'501 to go to Clinton, has returned homo Misa Mnmio Boyd, 4 ber Mr. W. D. Crowoll, of Blaok-'fol.t.. .... . moutdidnot take placo Monday Misa Snllio Summors, 00 in tho last wook of tho coin to tako in the holidays. This 1 Miss Ida Duvnllj wob in town yostonlay. ovoning, but will bo givon at lho MiHS Mnry Mnxwull 55 Miss Addio Doyd 4 test. All votes must be in tho bal Tho year 1001 is drawing near to its iMiwAUiu Hutlor 22 Miss Mina Wheeler,. opora houao Friday ovoning. 8 close, and hero is to tho readers of tho Mr. C. W. Collio, of Morgnn. lot box by o'clock Tuesday nf. Miss Allco lirowninK 3 21 Miss Ruby Jemesi wishing you a merry Ovor 10,000 foot of olectrical Miss Nollio Wnlkor, 1 Crittenden Pkess; to moon. lio'd, wiib in town last ueok. 14 Mias Ebba Pickensi., Miss Dukollaydon, 1 Christmas and a good old timo gonerally Mms Inlcon Graves, wire, S caloiumns, and about 20,- io Miss Fannio Finlev 1 We welcome tho year 1902, and to tho MUs Bcnna Hill, of Calhoun, is Tho boyn lmvo ralsod about $75 OOOsquaro feot of sconory will bo ' sM,ftud llone' D Mlta D1..1 . . . 1 J r ' lw i fnr VUII LjUU IVa. ..... t r ni v n n IVj guest of frionds in this city. mnunui .nviuiiut iuu uiuji, nknAFnl uuuy muu, I MissLolin Willwrn' to bo UBod in fitting up a gymna-siu:- n fliiss !.. t.i."' i xi: iiosauuley l wish you all tho honors I possibly can, ' production of "inusf jMlm,Mll8gio Moor0f '" i Misa lrend LaRuo in 4 in tho third atory of tho at tho opora houso Monday night. Tho ohurohcfl of this city will and at the ond of tho year 1902 you'll bo school building. nblo to take hold of our local paper and hard no Christmas ontortnimnontn The straight grade flour, Pal- - giro us all tho news generally. Excolaior whiskoy , 1 yoaia old STRAYED From my homo in Xockwoar, now and nobby. Buy overcoats frnm $1.50 up. West Mnrion, Nov. 21. 1901. ono molto brand, and Snow Drift, is $2 por gallon, 50o por quart. Co. Henry Brydon, Harris, N. O YandolUUngonholm Co. black milk cow, long, slim bodiod, simply fine. Try it. Win. llarrigau. I Tolu Mills. nrin.n ,. rather blue black, with tho tips of Tim j. ,.., nf vrlmnf Ken., .' says: "I took modicino 20 years !. .Jtlltt III Mm Tinsloy, of lvuttnwni was Bov, Willis Brown, now a rosi horns aawod otf. Any information for arthma, but one bottle of Ono thiH city has boon raisod ton por tho guot of Mrs. .1. 1. Hood laot dont of Missouri, was grading his will bo liberally rowardod. Ad Puro whito corn whiakoy at C. Minuto Cough Cure did mo moro !iuu. winiin tiio past woek. It is J i i !.. una wiok. E. Doaa & Co's for $2 per gal or good than anything olso during now $1 jMir bundled. iriunuB in ii.! couniy kibiwook., flrnaa J Airs. Julio E. Kennedy, liOo. por quart. . Striotly sour hat time. Best Cough Curo. R. Ho oxpoctod to hold a sorioB of I'orior .). White carrion over Tho city schools will bo dismiss maah. F. Haynes. Marion, Ky. throo tons of Kcouory and ulootrio od Friday afternoon for tho Christ moetinga at tho court houso, but tho cold woalhor intorposod. oirootH. mas holidays. Tho socoud lonn v, Mr. Ilughoy Hurloy is happy Call on ub for your ChrtntinnB will opon Jan. Otli, ovor tho nrrival ofa lino boy baby whinkoy. Will not ho undersold. Rugs, Kuga, at at homo Tho young man is roWin. Harrigan. Co. bust and promising; tho old man Nobby now Bluipo hats. Mrs. Suo A. Adams will opon n is as gay as a schoolboy with a YandolKOugonhouu Co. privato school for amall cluldron snow sled an n hillside. delay purchasing too at her homo Monday, Jan. Oth. Ahead Tobacco bognu to movo onst this A farm of 200 acres for aalo wook, and tho cold spoil hat not Sho aakn your natronago. long, but get the cream of the showoboap. Must bo sold. stopped it L. W. Cruco. ing. I have a large stock of No tobacco will bo received at will movo to tho tho.Iarvis tobarco facloiy after Judge Piorco The society ovont of tho Benson II. K. Bighntu roaidoncn tho Grat Doo. 21th until Jan. 1st. Whito's production of "Faust." 7' of tho yoar. W. D. Baird. Largo partios will attoud the from Sturgis, Frodonia, Buy your whipkoy from Dons it Tho bridgo over Liyingstoir Co. and you will got tho best for crook, on tho Frodonia and Dy and Cridor. Spocial rates on tho your monoy. cuaburg road, is in iv vory bad con- railroad, on sale at- tho dition, mid much complaint is Soata for "Faust" g Blanko'a famous brands of cof-fo- n PiuiHS ollico. Tho ndvauco wdo made. and toas at Cophor's, 15 to .'i0 ia vory largo. Soo our $7. o0 man's ovorcoato ooiitB por pound. Which It will pay you to see before Tho wifo of Mr. (loorgo Haw-kin- Thoy aro worth $10. you purchase your holiday gifts. Don t forgot Tom Iloarin puts Yandolt-GugonhoiWatson died at hor homo uoar Co. up tho nicostbaskotof nuts, fruits ! Inna yostorday. Mnnagor Will Crawford, of tho and candies in town for tho loost Children's ovorcoats. Electric Light Co., is tho happy monoy. Wo hnvo tho largest stock CUT GLASS, Co. father of a lovaly littlo daughtor, of orongos, bananas, upplos, nuts, who mado hor appoaranco a fow and candios ovor brought to Mari-on- , BRONZES, MoBBrs tl. W. Hluo and C. S, days ngo. and want to soil thorn. Como FINE ART PIECES. Nunn loft yoBtorday for Chicago Soud ua your ordor by mail or and got our pricos boforo you buy. on a buoinuso trip. tolophouo, it will roooivo prompt Wo will 8avo you monoy. NOVELTIES IN For good, froah grocorioa, call nttontion, Win, IlaiTigan. Cophor sorvos hi no lies at all HAT PINS, ut R. C. Iiaynosgrooory, twodooiB Parties nt Sturgis dosiring to hours and at all pricos. north of Cook's hotol. BRACELETS Quito a numbor of fannors in altonil thoporformnncoof "Faust" Tho cold wive provontod Eldor in this city Mondny,Doo. 2I)d, can tho Levins neighborhood havo re- WATCH CHAINS. Oartor .from filling his pulpit at socuro tioKotn at 80 conts for tho Jcontly lost by lho diseaso that is "'S"3glS'i round trip. Plncknoyvillo Sunday. playing havoc with horses and AMVWWWWVAWVWVAAWW cattlo in nearly nil sections of tho Buy your oodn from A Mr. Ooo. Drako, of Lexington, Assortment of Brooches Yandoll-Gugonhoioounty. Mossrs Wig Brown, ElCo, Dpont BOiuo days last wool; with vis Mooro, Wm. Gilliam and Goo. Tf you want a Kood, puro whOs in all the Latest Settings. frionds in tliis county, Bolt oaoh havo lost a horso, whilo key, ono that, is sufo to uso for iSi Franklin, Honry Mooro and Plush capos, now and cheap. fl purposos, as woll as a n Co, bovonigo, try Montroal Malt Ilowlot Bolt havo lost cattlo. n OhristmaB baakots of ovory Club togothor and buy your Ryo whiskoy at Harrigan's. at Cophor's, fillod with tho Christmas whiskey from Harrigan For Christmas voar old M'on. and rarest fruits. SgZSSgW arch whiskoy for S2 nor cral. 50c. swootoBt oandiea Of on will got it choapor. por quart, tho boat on tho markot Miss Goorgia MoGrow, of Ba RINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Rov B. A. OundilT haBboon Blck for tho monoy, ot you Mills, and Mr. Gus Edwards, O. E. Doss & Co'a, STERLING SILVERWARE, sovoral days, and is unablo to atot Paducah, wore woddod in Mom Mr, Harry JutvIb, n mombor of phis Thursday. Tho brido is tho tend to liis pastoral work. NECKLACES. WATCHES, tho woll know?.i tobacco firm of i iccomplishod daughtor of Mr. Goo Special pricos to parsons form this city, dioU yos:torday at his MoGrow. Sho ia a talontod ing n olub for purchasing Christ, homo in IloiuJorson aftor sovoriil H. Call and see for yourself. a rtist and was ongagod as art whlBkoy at Harrigon's. mas wooks illness of typhoid foFor, in tho schools of this city DavicsB county wldto com whte SoA'orol yoars ago. Sho has many Mies Talborl, olghtooiwyoor-ol- d Unghtor of John Talbort, diod nt koy 12 per atllon n, 1 l -g. I -W1-1m 1 0. WALKdK, - Puhlialior Hnynos' drug storo. WALTER WALKEH. Manager. Old lliokory whisky All tho laloat books for aalo at Yandoll-Gugonhoi- m MISS MOORE 301, MISS NUNN 30 ( ,,,, d, ..,.,, A ni. !.. . 1 a . k I . I YandolI-CiUKouhoi- m f w k 1 1 1 i.i Yandoll-Gugonhoi- m I Gifts are Best Selected dont j por-forman- co Beautiful - bo-in- B m 'tn fm Christmas . . Jewelry I Yandoll-CIugoiihoii- n m Great mo-dioin- al doh'.-oiou- Yandoll-Gugonhoii- do-sig- 1 i J t . Jl 177 'Wf"' If L $ V ) r Ml ) I if r'L Morconi has domonstrolodj his NEW COUNTY OFFICIALS Dempsey StallqnfDei No Press Next Week. County SurveycY Dead. ability to oond tolographio mossn- Mr. Doinpsoy B. Stnlion, Tho Piikss statT always tokos a County Surveyor W. H. EnlW JZ' ' &os ncross 10 oconn without tho rost Christmas wook. No paper tho oldest and bost known of IjMiirbIoii oounty, u'lwl nt HJb 1 uso of cable or wiro. Think of it, R. 0. WALKER, Publisher mon lnlking (o onoh othor ncro88 n will bo iBBiiod next wook. This ens of tho Hurricane naif Thur'r.-- ' Take Oath of Office Wodnesday, odition complotes tho yoar'o work. hood, died at his homolS 'homo in tho Pan liiuulM WALTER WALKER, Mnnngor. spnco 0r ksoo miles, with only tho ny night nftor n briof i UnosB, of January 1st. ' It has boon tho object of tho man. niglit, niter on illness olkinn photd fovor. Mr, Eaton wb Bick atmosphoro to boar tho mossago. i... :..! ...!. IJIHUU I III) agomont to mako tho paper hotter WUUKb, mi... illlllllll lUUlv .i1S?i ' a fow davB OBITyARIESt-NotoxcecdinBlOl- luM Tho honost liquidation of dobts and many ,f' bis Tm. All published frco of chnrfjo. , , ... ,.i this yoor than ovor boforo; as to llurru'iupj church coinutory,Tuob huh ovor 10 lines nt G conts por lino. without inonoy or collaterals sooins in ma county tun not 'enrn wo havo succoodod wo day. Mr. Stnlion was m liisTw whothor RFSOLUTIONSOPRESPKOT:-$I.OO ,0ro ronsonnblo, and, by tho way, Tho nowly oloctod county as ill until his death winn- .. TT....i.. :iiu ' con not soy. Our readers aro tho i) uy- - Hfil voir. ,, II iiu n im u.. nj!R ipod. Air Eaton wob ol woa would bo mora nimracioblo wlinn will assumo thoir duties on , . , , , . judges. To our subscribers wo ugiuy respected oy an ncquiuiu-'coal bills aro piling up so high January 1st. ..... u w ... v.. . , ANNOUNCEMENT. n inigu uiruiw ny j ust now. J. Watts Lamb 'will succood oxtond our bost wishes for a hap- ancos, aim iovou py Christmas and a joyous Now of friends and rolativos, and his i SPRING TERM. FOR CONGRESS. John T. Piokons ob ShoritV. Andrew Oarnogio proposos to will long bo cherished by Wo are authorized to nunounco Term of Ma ;io7i Aaron Towory will succood J. G Yoor. Tho Phkss will again greet name givo $10,000,000 to tho causo of tho pooplo of his vicinity. Ho you on Jan. Jlrd, 1(.)02 OLLIE M. JAMES chool will bogin Mon day Roohostor as County Judgo. fw TT. si.. .. W1U loavos two daughters and thioo " ulul0ll UA,UU8luu " it.- - IT..; a candidate to represent tho First Dis-- j County Attorney Kovil will o met or Kentucky in UoneresM, subject, toa olatos. Ho wonts concross to Christmas Ball. sous. it" ond Carl Houdorsou assumo t to the action of tho Democratic party. work matiago his inuniiioont gift in tho A boll will bo givon nt tho opu-r- n of ymu,8 l,oa P,tf tho dutios of this oiiice. hnvSLi08 L Deboe Endorses Bcbout. establishment at Washington of a houso Monday ovoning, oftor nl 1,,oy w" County Olork Dave Woods will Boston wont Domocrotic lost University for highor Joducation, Senator Doboo has endorsed lj. horoB tho porformonco of "Faust." A bo succoodod by Ed. Woklon. th Mnrolmont has.b ,m wook. Tho old story of doing tho It is gratifying to have n rich man Padti-car n i nuna iirt i . .. on pi. oi Inrtrn mmilinr nf itiviinl imirt lmvrt L. Hobout ns postmnstor at wnooior, miss right thing at tho wrong timo. Hlir"- liko Carnogio disposod to shoA'or F. M. Fisher, duntinB,t!known' to Bucoood boon issuod. Younu pooplo from 13 bohools, is succoodod by John Vomojyr Sturgis, Erodonia, and Cridor nro whoso tnrm will soon bo out. The Corn is up, potatoos aro up, pork his substantial blossings upon a Paris. if you wnnt,,u," and worn on. ight kind oi t ret- is up, and now tho moroury is tho gratofnl country, and wo moan no Win. T. Bolt is tho now Asses- coining to 60d "Faust," and will fight for this office four yours ngo iiiiiK disparagement whon wo suggest, A most lasted Insted for mouths, and it is participate in tho Bull only thing tugging at tho othor sor: J. F. Canada retires. Writo or oa that, if ho would construct his delightful timo is anticipated. expocted it will likely last uh lung ond of tho string. Cmab , . i racKs nearer mo ground moro this time. Tho applicants nro uni Very Old Man. folks could roach his foddor. Wo liko Mr Bryan and his derstood to bo Bebout and Fisher, Insurance Rates Raised. Lewis Fowlor, an aged colorod but those oold waves that Tho rocent docision of tho SuTho Boord of Insurnnco Under- and each aro said to have strong Ihobhrinoofthi man, died at his homo .near town Uw aro being tossed over from his premo Court swoops away tho tar- Monday. Ho was one of the real writers for Tonnesseo and Ken booking. goously il nmiiiaU Ur lfl State nro not fit for a freo silverite iff bars betwoon the United States drops, with blue d f UoT6n old men of tho county, his exaot tucky havo raised tho insurance' to associate with. Attention, Subscribers, and the Philippines, but congress ago is not known, but his friends rate for Marion, Tho rato on all paling into uorxne Vadnnkfid residences and business houses is will promptly arrange tho matter claim tuat ho was 98. n"d 1,,or0 TIlvinkUng President Roosevelt is brooking On January 1st tho subscription lioro uuw Huuui -- u pur uuui, niguor opera houMondBy tho political bronchos with ns lit- to meet tho demands of that class books of lho Pnfcsswill bonrrang- - Ktnrs At thnti heretofore. No ronson for Distillery to Start. nk'ht. tle ovidont inconvenienco as he which prospers by favoroblo legisOil tor tno uusinoss ot tiie your malting tho raise was givon, lation rather than by tho old fash STHAYED-Fr- om oxporioncod with tho quadrupeds Mr, F. E. Robortaon oxpocts to 1902. Accounts will bo sent to all my.noin ion biblical plan start his distillory, at of tho West. tloliuipiont Hiibscrihorrt and imino-dint- Marion, on Thursday, Doo.,1 R this placo, Oeeds Recorded. By and by Americans and AmeriQcttlumnnt oxpoctod. Ho oxpocts to limit this week. All big black Aldornoy oow,,. can capital will own everything Congress is to bo asked to tho output this winter, but antici Mrs II. Schwab to Win. Fowlor, subscriptions of two yenrs' stnnd-in- g crumplod horns. Any inform tho thanks of tho people in in our island possessions, tho na- pates a long run next sooson. Ho lot in Marion 200. will bo discontinued. Cnllnud no to her whereabout thoiiki... Admiral Scliloy'. Why not to tives will boconio practically sorfs, will mako tho famous brand, "Old Francos B. Clark to Blue S: tiottlu this wook and vote in tho rucoivud, or will jmy for her Dewey? Ho of all mon doserves and thon wo will have freo trade, Hiokory whiskoy. t irn JNunn, intorost in land for $ol(j. J. NV, Givons. contest. recognition for his rocent broad- and a littlo bond of Louisiana sugar planters will bo run ovor by sides. tho Juggernaut car of Yankoo-doSenators Tillman and McLau-ren- , of South Carolina, continue Proeidont Roosevolt is evidentto challenge each othar to a rely taking lessons in Kentucky posigning contest, but somehow they do not got together in this litical history. In addition to ONE NIGHT ONLY. Bradloy's exposition of fntnl duel. things that havo been, former Stato Senator Liunoy is airing tho It is announced that the State iM lMW Pooblo-Min-Jo- d Institute is a fail- former charges against Dr Hunter with tho President as a supposod ure fiom a "Medico-podogogio- '' W standpoint We didn't know they auditor. Linnoy is fighting tho reappointment of Hunter as Mint had ony doctors and teachers d mp"3 ister to Gautomula. Hunter's there boforo. pledge to tho two Populist mom-bor- s 1L of tho legislature of ,(.l(i to As tho Govornmont, by its tariff lows, materially assisted Mr. Car vote for freo silver, if ho woro oloo B roc ken rccnc, with Rain negie in amassing his stupendous ted United States Senator, is THE Ccicbratcc1 inc ' Vrr.ch brought up. Tho Republicans fortune, it sooms, according to tho Owl and many of Real Fire. : fitness, not a bad idea for congress who stood for freo silvor in '0(5 and Weird and Dra. ni'.ic tho Democrats who stood against to nssist him in spending it. it, will occasionally run up against t' ' u . Tho daily averngo otondance at "tho real thing." 15 A MORAL LESSON tho "grub pile" in tho Frankfort With Dowoy tor him, Schloy .. ":,&mumm-vwx- ' penitentiary this year was 1235. Amw ra.fcAws.v?' year Gov. Beckham need not worry about tho doings During the THAN A SERMON granted only 37 pardons. Gov. and sayings of tho othor two memBlackburn boat this every month. bers of tho court. Tho judgment of tho horo of Manila is worth t:m dct;:oit vunn prdss The executive branch of the moro than tho decision of a hundred men who never smelt tho government isjgonorally in accord powder, nor hoard tho "zip" with oongross on all vital quesrplece Ti twmforllwi rf r.rthc' matlfIIouk, of his balls. If anything woro ' tions and vice versa, honco tho l U .). jtiriH"n Um.v 0cr4by 1'uttrr JIB'1 ' f Wi.:lSriK r, rX v?,jBy"'v2' V Mil SSI in l ooloi:. '.ttil4claim that congress, and not tho locking before, tho announced the crrdil . tlit .r.f. v.niiit'il with thetoplay. '. opinion of Dowoy inseparably ' President, must govorn tho Philtrr t) ia r "( ' I'"jui" i to b ,iim' , 4$&3Z ippines is merely a technical ans- links tho names of tho two groat can d&dv ' H'ciin lenM, but the t'.itiLnl f"T ' i mull tU lit of gratitude to wer to tho charge of imperialism. Admirals together, and whorovor I.. i.. it . lute ami his aodale (or an tho story of Goorgo Dowoy's brilI'nricr I nhvieslrfinv;o( thciiUy, and inn M uihI Judgo Hobson thinks tho Le- liant Munila victory is told tho f r .!riiatf .,ml airfMtlire scenic emll" i i tt'i uv,it.h Mr. While has enhanced gislature should appropriate funds glorious fight of Schloy at Santia his j UiKtkm sufliciont to provide for a fire- go will bo cheered. Tho ovidonco proof vault for tho records of tl o drawn out by tho court of inquiry Court of Appoals. Tho court's is tho background that moos thok picture of tho bravo Admiral stand disposition to go back on its suggests tho tiling of its de- out tho moro prominont. Vfi4fcVlfli.ift.S.:; cisions in a straw stack near a A Washington dispatch to a pile of shavings closo to n match Louisville paper soys that the factory. United Statos civil sorvico com. mission will shortly tako a hand Tho Navy Department ha-in tho matter of tho reappointpaid Admiral Sampson lho 15,000 awardod as his portion of ment of collector Franks. The tho prizo money of tho Santiago commission allogos that it has tesfight, which ho was not in; whilo timony to show that tho colloclor THE FOLLOWING GREAT ELECTRICAL EFFECTS tho $J (51). 25 sot asido for Admiral has violated tho oivillsorvico law. WILL POSITIVELY BE PRODUCED: i i Scliloy has not yot boon paid. by taking a hand in his party's Howovor, it may bo that thoy have primarios. Wo wouldjjliko to seo sont Scliloy up tho street to got a tho color of tho Kontuckinn's hair The Rain of Fire! dollar bill busted so as to mako who, holding oflico. doosnot shako The Electric Swurd Duel I "tho light fantastic too" whenevtho correct change. The Electric Horning Glories I er n political ball is within roach t" Agitators in Porto Rico have of him. Tho oloctionarv spirit of The Electric Circle of Fire ! boon convicted and sontoncod to this ago may gorminato ono to The Electric Flower Bed? prison for attempting to raiso the flourish in tho next contury, but The Electric Fire Flies! price of labor. Thoy would find it is a proposition that The Electric Necklace! it moro profitnblo and loss onerous the lost contury did not proparo Tlie Electric Stars! to come to tho mother country and ono for this; if ifdid a stray bulThe Electric Skull ! join in the general successful scuf- - let in ono of Daniol Boono' s bat tie to raiso tho prico of all tho com ties with tho Indians must have modifies that labor must buy ,nl him low. If thoro woro such There is not so much diiroronco in a man, why ruin his beautiful ro- I MISS 0L6A VERNE AS MARGUERITE. -- $lliu character of tho business, oollector, wo look nt tho thiiia fro rriiM MrlfMil in oven. n conBtnhln.. . I. lui- WJ m LM--3 I ABiV ' lm.m ' Catamdpim T7 if . WW..W. . n .. Jt M aJ 111 gay aPfr ifer - -,.lkjflBITSHit3MBiWWWPiraBWHW,Tlii7i2L- - , F--m t gTMB .. , j - "' r r .i1 - Wf.!,.T'i7V I3;;&f T t.u..-..inm.' - rvm9T'rTTtF.Ii l' ?J. i. .,,-- il .i" . ; rirr-7"vv .. " v ,... j. '. l Jlijtmi rffcA . .,. JA'A'nW'i .fflsL ... olli-co- rs T- H .,! V I -- ro-tir- "" I i" I h, i'l' Com-Hiono- r, swoot-of-tho-foc- o o ex-ten- d m. Opera House Monday, Dec 23 if , con-iine- PORTER J. WHITE'S . n n ; J &$jir IL4- t V m SEE l fleciric liii'e:. its rL-kCi- other w i. " 1 TZZ eno-ray'- 8 flS j&M!M!ft iJ-X- .' - 1 " I V I'-- c . re-coi- j i Bolf-ovido- nt uisicKicriicHcii ! 4TrT"tJiiiiiiiilLWN T r' ,.w JL . , -- - - . - - - M-- - - - r- -i ! I , . -.- -- -i IMMIMIWT --. r f m'wr M BMlfflMI --- 7- vOnSiv- "sitj-'l- i IL-.'- i: - rr 1 " Jv r - -j- jniMiiaiaaifcirMij-' - " , . - :l diwipiiirirKriitoitnrrrmr if Choice Holiday Goods : I at Haynes' Drug Store All Such as "Dr'i and I," ! IT ft21 Everything Nice ! Toilet Sets, Elegant Line of Jewelry, Everything Pretty! Albums, jhe Finest Perfumery, Everything New ! Novelties, gxquisite Stationery. Handsome Assortment of Ladies and Gents Pocket Books. A Large Seiection of Beautiful Dolls. Knobs, Blennerhasset, Norman Holt, Ebcn Holdcn. the Latest Books Warwick of the ROBT. F. HAYNES Wk K. U1KTK1R ffo. i " Buy your CM ristmna whiokoy from Doss A; Co. All tho laloet books for snlo nt Ill y your Ohrittmni from Yandoll-Gugonhoim handkor-ohio- f Co. MISS MOORE 301, 0. WALKdK, - Piibliehor Hoynos' drug storo. WALTEU WALKEK. Manner. UHK W. Pritohotl, nt Olndatono, ia paying tho highoBt markot prico Old Hiokory whisky $2.25 por in cash for turkoya, Ho wanta all DOLLAB gallon, Oficonts por quart. Only in tho counly. J. MISS NUNN 30 1 Vr'H Mr. Loaf-pair of shaded noso If you want frosh oranborrios glaasoa, Wodnoaday. Findor will ' Tho Pucss voting contoat to dotormino tho moat popular young la- and colory go to Cophor'a. His i.t-- l hl Crittondon and Livingston counties will oloso Monday alter- ploaao rotum toMisaNollo Walker goods aro all froah, noon, at o'clock. Tho Inat oount before tho final ono haa beon mndo, at BluoiVs ittiiin i a Oflico. lho l)aot box ockoit nM(i ouo koy is in tho poasesaion of Mr. T. J. OIHoJniB8 wn in Loukvillo Mr. O'Brion, of Madisonville, R ' O Hovnos' crocorv atoro i8 Yaucloll Cnshiorof tho Motion Bank, aiU County Clerk Dave Woods this week. luiH purchased Kittingor & Stiii-nolt'- a haa tho othor. Tuesday at 4 o'clock thdao two gontlomen will opon . now located in tho building for- - lho bnlol box and mnko tho fuml coutjt Qnd dry gooda atoro. Qn0nco tho winnor SMlhoDovilntlhooperohomo morly occupiod by Wilborn & Tho bedroom suit will bo prosonted to tho successful contestant on Monday night, Tho bedroom aot will bo doliv- two doora north of Cook i Christmas morning. orod to tho witmor Christmas mor. Piorco, Tho Inst count mado Wodnosday morning shows that Miss Oarrio your subscription before hotol, IV 1. ! OA1 Afnn.n cum iniua Hlnro Vunn uiu nnn1 in Dliuuglll, HUUU UUV1IIIZ QJX ib'. Who will got it? tlio ooniost clows. iiiuuio ntirl Xiaa wiuiii iiuiiu n otjuui iu 4.AMnlt. All monoy rofunded at tho ond votes. Tho raco between tho two young ladies haa been exciting from A big lot of rugs for Christmas, Go to Dobb At Go, for your of tho third act to thoso who nro tho start, and promisee to become more exciting during tho remaining iiwidoll.Gugenhoim Co. Uhnsttnns wuhkoy. in tho lonst dissatisliod with Por- cloys of tho Contest. Tho frienda of eooh nro working hard, and are Hugh Uounett, of Tolu, was in ter J. White'n jiroduotion of Btrong in thoir determination to win tho prizo for their favorite, Tho Only six days until tho conioBt tuwn CHAPEL HILL, voting haa beon vory, heavy during tho past wook, and there is but yuBtuitlny. Ho cnllod ,t tho "FauBt." oIohoh. 1 1 n o you votod? littlo doubt that tho total numbor of votes will bo doubled beforo tho Littlo Lester Digham is on tho s'uilc KNtn oMeu and votod for hia fa. " ' ?., li"- y oom,u ,t,n. .ofn .1,1. : : ,n,orost list. Worite. Soo our now Indies jnoknts. 0ci Bud Hill, olio of our Chnpol Hill boys i Tho 8tniuliiic of tho contestants according to tho lnRt nnnnt is n io. . Whojj you want tho beat, buy koy 2 porgalh.n,Win. per quart. will loavo for Kansas in February to ' Uarrigan. follows: .tnrvia is shipping a lot or J nit from 0. K. Uobh As Co. Tho Cold mnko his future homo there. Spring or Old .Ju Purkina wliis-koOwing to tho stormy weather MIhs Cnrrio Moore Miss Mnnnrd 1 .TOl pnrcliaso of tobacco. Miley Ward, who hero in SeptemA m-go- "Fruiht" Monday night. Tho contest Hoboh Tnosdny at linrrigan'a. , ,' I 1 A whirring nud rumbling of hi. dious noisos; tho flashing of lightning and tho strong, roaring poala of thundor, tho sight of somo poor unfortunnto struggling against tho demons of hell incarnate; behold tho demon liko forma that boloh forth tho curao of damnation; the night growa darker; tho storm tho demons gothor in mid night rovolry and curso tho immn culato angel tho Virgin Mary as is his bidding from tho thront of tormont. Then there comos c lull, and all roars forth in a soothing mass of fire, with enohnnting hidoousnoss, nnd the ourtain fnlh to hide from viow tho romorso oj tho lost souls. Tho Brockon sceno in "Faust." a; . 1 i.vi.. nuuoii-uugonuai- iii :e - "l? 55 22 21 14 10 i y. V, wns in D. Orowoll, of Blnck-foutown yostonlny. l, Mr. C. W. Collie, of Morgan-in)'-was in town last wook. Miffl ', Imrrnin'H outorlaiu- - M Ihs Clnra Nunn, TIii'h in tho laat wook of the con. uiont did not tnko ploco Monday M iss Snllio Summora, tost. All votos must bo iu tho bal ovoning, but will bo givon at tho Mss Mnr- Alaxwoll,. MiHsAllio Hutlor, lot box by I o'clock TuoBdny nf. oporn houso Friday ovoning. Miss Alico UrowninL' tcrnoou. Ovor 10,000 foot of olectricnl Miss Nollio Wnlker, , Mra. Wa. Ml Miss MainioIIotrdrtonf Boyd, 00 Miss Ida Duvalli Miss Addio 13oyd Miss Mina Wheelor,. Miss Ruby jBmo3(, Miss Bbba Pickonaj Miss Duko Harden, Miss Ada 4 4 i ,,...n Bcnna Hill, of Calhoun, is gtiost of friends in this oity. l.i Kim wire.ScnlciuinnB, ond about 20,- - Miss Ialccn Graves, Tho boyn hnvo raieod about $75 000 square feot of sconory will bo to ho UBod in fitting up a gymno MissLoli.i Willrarn1 SlU, cl,.,rn1,n nMhb, nltv u-II- I in th tl,ml Imvo nci Christinas ontortnimnontii from 1.50 up. VandolUGugonhoim Co. Muy nvoroontH school lmildiii. Nookwonr, now and nobby. Yandoll-Ctugoiihoit- in tho production of "Faust" toryoMllO at tho opora houso Monday night. MM , . I MnKgio Moor0) MiB8 Fannie Finley, ? Miss Pearl Cook, i Miss KoaaDuley 4 MlsslrenO LaRuo Pal-molt- n Co, Tho prico of whoat bran in Mrs Tiiifiloy, of Kutlnwni wns tliia oily has boon raised ton por III ft tiosl of .Mrs. .1. 1'. Hood loot win. wiiiiin tlio paat woek. It is wok. now $1 jHir bundled. I'orlor .1. Whito cnrrioi ovor Tho city kcIiooIs will lo clisuiiss tliroo tons of fttionory mid ulootrio od Friday nftornoon for tho Christ tho cold woathor iutoriiosod. oirocta. inaa holidays. Tho socoml Ji)xcolsior whiskoy, 1 yoois old STRAYED From my home in 2 por gallon, 50o por quart. West Morion, Nov. 21,1901, ono black milk cow, 1otij, slim bodiod. Win, Uarrigan. nithorbluo block, with tho tins of Hov, Willis Brown, now n rosi; , horns snwod on". Any information dont of Misoou ri, was grooling his will bu libornlly rowardod. Adfrionda in this nniniK. lnal unnLv ' '"088, iMrs. Julio E. Konnodyi JCIo oxpoctod to hold a aorios of! Marion, Ky. iiiuuiiugD ai iiiu uouri iiuuhu, uui - o Tho straight grado flour, givo us all tho news generally. brand, and Snow Drift, is Honry Brydon, Harris, N. C simply fine. Try it. Tolu Mills. says: "I took medicine 20 years for arthma, but ono bottle of Ono Puro whito corn whiskoy at C. Minute Cough Cure did mo moro E. Doss & Co's for $2 por gal or good than anything olso during 50o. por quart. Striotly sour hat timo. Beat Cough Ouro. R. F. Haynoa. mash. left ber to go to Clinton, hns returned homo i to tako in tho holidays. 4 Tho year 1001 is drawing near to its 8 close, and hero is to tho readers of tho 3 1 Crittcndon Press; wishing you n merry 1 Christmas and n good old time gonerally 1 Wo welcome tho year 1902, nnd to tho 1 Editor tho most cheerful youDg man, I 1 wish you all tho honors I possibly can, i and at the ond of tho year 1902 you'll bo ttblo to take hold of our local paper and HI 4 Call on or for your Christinas will ojjoii flan. Oth, whihkoy. Will not bo undonsold. Kuga, Rugs, at Win. Uarrigan. Co. Nubby now Bhnpo hats. Yandoll-Uugotihoiiu Tobacco bognn to movo onBt this wook, nnd tho cold spoil haa not stoppod it Judgo Piorco will movo to tho H E Bighnm rosidonco tho 5rst of tho year. liny your whipkoy from Dons & Vo. and you will got tho best, for your monoy. Soots for "Faust" on solo at. tho Pw:sn ollico. Tho ndvanco aalo is vory largo. Mr. Hughoy Hurloy ia happy ovor tho arrival ofa lino boy baby at homo Tho voting inou is ro-- 1 Co. bust and promising; tho old man Mrs. Suo A. Adams will opon n is as gay as a schoolboy with a privato school for small childrou snow slod an a hillsido. at hor homo Monday, Jan. Oth. A farm of 200 acres for salo Sho oskci your wotronngo. oboap. Must bo sold. L. W. Cruco. No tobacco will bo received nt thodarvis tobacco fncloiy aftorJ Tlio socioty ovont of tho season Doo. 2 Uli until Jan. 1st. White's production of "Faust." W. D. Balrd. Lorgo parties will attond tho por. Tlio bridgo ovor Liyingstoir formnnco from Sturgia, Frodonia, nnd Oridor, Spociol ratoa on tho crook, on tho Frodonia and road, ia iu a vory bad oon- - railroad. Yandoll-Gugonhoiin l)y-cusbu- lunn M ti I Gifts are Best Selected Ahead dont delay purchasing too long, but get the cream of the showing. I have a large, stock of Beautiful 'fK fK U M rg (111 Tril I . fill rl iminli rntutlnin t in bn Yr., ...- - "K "'"'.. J IUU I&IIA IUU4 Soo our $7. HO inon'a ovorcoots Tho wifo of Mr. (ioorgo Hnw- - Thoy aro worth $10. kins Watson diod nt hor homo nonr YimdoHl-C- i iigoiihoini Cr. Irmo yostorday. Mauagor Will Crawford, of tho Children's ovorcoatH. ISIoctrio Light Co., is tho happy YandolUGugonhoiiii Co. fotlior of o lovaly littlo doughtor, who mado hor oppooranco n few MoBBra tl. W. Bluo and O. S. days ngo. Nunn loft yoatordny for Chicngo Sond us your ordor by mnil or on a business trip. tolophono, it will rocoivo prompt For good, frosh grocorios, cnll nttontbn. Win, nniTigan. ut B. C. Uayno3 grooory, twodooia Pnrlios at SlurgiB dosiring to north of Cook'a hotol. altonil tlio porformnnco of "Faust" cold wnvo provontod Eldor iu Huh oity MondayfDoo. 2JJd, con Tho b'O conts for tho Oartor from filling his pulpit at socuro tickots at round trip. Pincknoyvillo Sunday. Buy your goodn from Mr. Goo. Drako, of Loxington, n Co, Spoilt Bomo days laat wook with if you wout a pood, puro whfjs frionda in tliia county. Yaudoll-Gugonhoiinio-dioin- al in co iu s por pound. i Bltmko's fnnioua (tl ... ni.n.'o0 VyWyiU brands of ir. Jl cof- - IV UU n Christmas . . Jewelry Which it will pay you to see before you purchase your holiday gifts. CUT GLASS, BRONZES, & Don t forgot Tom Hoorin puts up tho nicostboskotof nuts, fruits and candios in town for tho least monoy. Wo havo tho largest Block of orangoa, bananas, apples, nuts, and candioa ovor brought to Morion, and want to aoll thorn. Coino and got our pricca boforo you buy. Wo will sovo you monoy. Cophor sorvoa lunches at all hours and at all pricos. Quito n numbor of formors in tho Lovios neighborhood hnvo ro- Jcontly lost by tho disooso that is ploying havoo with horses ond cottlo in nearly oil sections of tho FINE ART PIECES. NOVELTIES IN HAT PINS, BRACELETS WATCH CHAINS. A Plush copoB, now Yondoll-Gugonhoim ond ohenp. Co. Club togothor nnd buy your Christmas whiskoy from Uarrigan You will got it ohoapor. Rov B. A. OundilF has boon sick sovornl days, and is unablo to attond to his paBtoral work. Spooial prices to persons forming a olub for purchasing Ohrisl-ma- s whiskoy at Harrigau's. Miss Tnlborl, oightoonyoor.old Jgnghter of John Tolbert, died nil county. Mossrs Wig Brown, Elvis Mooro, Wm. Gilliam and Goo. Bolt oaoh havo lost n horso, whilo koy, ono thot. is sufo to ubo for purpoeos, as woll ns a dohV Si Franklin, Honry Mooro nnd oious bovorago, try Montroal Mnlt Howlot Bolt hnvo lost oattlo. Ryo whiskoy at Harrigau's. Christmas baskots of ovory n nt Cophor's, iillod with tho For Christina 4 yoar old Mon- swootoBt candios and rarost fruits. arch whisko for S2 nor cal. oOo. por quart, tho best on tho markot Miss Goorgia McGrow, of Ba for tho monoy, vt you Mills, and Mr. Gus Edwards, O. E. Dobs & Go's. of Paduooh, wore wodded in Mom Mr. Harry Javrvis, n moinbor of phis Thursday. Tho brido is tho tho woll knowu tobacco firm of i iccotnplishod daughter of Mr. Goo this oily, diod yosrtorday at his H, McGrow. Sho is n taloutod homo in IIondorBon hftor sovoral a rtist and was ongogod ob art wooks illness of typhoid foyer, in tho boIiooIb of this oity Davioas county wlrito com whte Bovornl yoars ago. Sho has many key 2 per gallon. do-sig- Great Assortment of Brooches in all the Latest Settings. RINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. STERLING SILVERWARE, WATCHES, NECKLACES. IUI V axxftoaF Call and see for yourself. s? !' w v Ft? "1 ; ' & n bonnet in 100 yonrs. Hut f know some one that can. Do I mnko myself plain?" Daffy rose. "Very," she retorted rUIILISIIUD WKKKI.Y. merrily. Already the prospect of a MARION, was swept nwsy. dull morning KENTUCKY. "thank you for your suggestion, cousin mine," she went on. "I'll take FALL. myself home, nnd see whnt I mm evolve from 1113' boxes of ribbons and Flueks of yellow, blots of red. velvets. Poor old Mrs. Flskel With In the urcon bought ovcrlicnd; Withered herbage In the urnus that old battered bonnet in view, out Of Iho pasture where I pass; of very pity I wouldn't be surprised These nrnl mnny other j"lKn?, if I created n masterpiece." Midst the cedars nnd the pines. A light kiss nnd DalTy wns gono out Seen ns plain ns light tit dawn, Tell tho talo that summer's gone. of the studio and up the street toward home. Bummer gone, but linger still It was yet early, and as she opened Beauties rare on plain nnd hill: the massive front door and tripped Tints thnt rival rainbow dyes Sot In summer evening skies. upstairs to her pretty room, she Gemming mendow, fen nnd left. hummed a glad little song in very Bright ns shells from out tho sen, lightness of heart. Her blues were Bummer's gone, but left nro all gone nnd her lingers fnirly nehed to The countless splendors of tho fall. begin her fneinnting work. All tho fnlrest flowers remain; At lunch time she came downstairs Golden rod in endless chnln; with n glowing face, dancing merrily Daisies Interspersed like gems Bend and bow on graceful stems; In upon papa who had just come Astors sporting everywhere. carefully home. She held beauties bright nnd fair; in her hand. "I'apa," she demanded, rose blooming on the lawn. "if nobodv told you, what would you 3Ieedless that tho summer's gono. call this?" o In the pasture land, She held the something before him. To his sweetheart near at imnti, It wns n black velvet bonnet, daintily 1'lpes his love notes, soft nnd clenr, and exquisitely made. There was a As those trilled when Juno wns here. Flicker teeturs through tho ulr, pretty bow of lace nnd satin in the Quite ns If he did not caro front, and n little nt one side drooped Whether seasons go or stay: n lovely purple llower. There weie He'll bo happy either way. wide, rich, black satin strings to give And the flicker's view is mine; it n last and perfect touch. Winter's frost or summer's shlno, 1'npu looked at it critically before Kuch hath pleasures, heaven sent, he spoke, then he smiled, "llless my For the heart where dwells content. soul!" he cried, "If it isn't n bonnet, C 21. Doing. In Washington Star. and the very prettiest one I've seen this long time. An old lady's bonnet, sVAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAaA isn't it, my dear. It must be, for it 4 f looks a good deal like the one mother Daffy used to wear." E 3 "It is a good deal like it," said Daffy Pi frll THE CRITTENDEN PRESS mnk i- - i ' iff ff iiii make nil my own, you know, nnd 1ft Mine to me to innko you one too. I made it us carefully as T could, nnd I want you to accept it with my love, it's not much, but I want jou to know I loed to do it for you. It made me happy all the morning nnd now 1 want it to make you linppy How to Bet Through With Christmas Cheap $ $ A ,v m I" J lit I ffta? wMTmm:b As she Apoke, slit drew It from its tissue paper wrappings. Such n beauIt Is not so much because we are tiful, tasteful, nrtlstle little bonnet, stnigv. nor fin account of lack of love with Its knot of lace and satin, Its puror charity, that ple llower, Its wide, handsome strings. we desire to make Mrs. Fiske saw It and her chin quivg a line art of ered. "Why, Its beautiful," sho cried, out of "just bent tiful. 1 never had anything t liristmas cheap. half so pretty in my life; and you Streniionsness made It, you wij ?" with civsomething In Daffy nooded; then ilization, and as the sweet, old, wrinkled fnee mined n t w ages 111 o her to confidence and she told her all higher, so do mi about It, how she had sorrowed out and the lack of gifts ami how Cousin Kate had Ktaiiilnrd of living helped her. burdens us. "Von dear child." said Mr. Fiske, ) In ve ood old- finished. "You dear, when she had en time, one gave good child. Why. don't you see," she rii Moiiom Chrit.tm.ii Lut. to one's imme Lord's went on, "that vou're doing the family the Christinas gift, but work just the shihc as the minister diate Jive hundred must be nnd the inUsiomuii's? I'll proe it to now all the dear I'liquestionnbly, one's remembered. yon." for, then Then she told Daffy nil about tho family niut be provided both sides and how she had deter- there are the relations on shabby bonnet ages ago mined inner to wear it any more. the hoiue. The friends of been for you. Miss come in for their share. Those to "And if it hadn't DalTy," she concluded, "why, I'd lmve whom we are Indebted socially should not had to sit at home next Sunday In- be included, and business friends stead of listening to the minister's forgotten. The tunld and washergrand, good sermon. When you reach woman certainly receive nttentlon. deserving young my age, and lime seined (iod nil your The industrious, woman who has so little to brighten life, to miss the Sunday morning worship means something, my dear. I her life we feel moved to include. won't thank you, l can't, but the Lord The lonely young innn away off from everybody nnd everything appeals to '11 bless you richly, Miss DalTy. dear." poor whom, It was the next Sunday morning. our consciences; and the have always with their children, we It had been n busy week and. as It happened, Daffy had not seen Cousin with us. Is It a wonder we begin plotting Kate since that Monday morning. well pleased. ns Daffy walked up the aisle she and planning months before the 25th Hut "Where did you get it, dear?" By Susan Hubbard Martin. saw Kate already In her pew. .lust In of December? A wonder we now nnd "Made it, papa." YTTVTTTYYTTYYYYTTYTTTTTTT Tapa stared. Hitherto he had re front of them sat Mrs. Fiske. The then mnke use of encumbering Christgarded his gay, bright girl as some- white hair shone like silver, and on mas trifles presented us In the past? WISH I had a pi ft," said Daffy thing of a butterfly, beautiful to look It rested the new bonnet in all its A wonder we haunt the bargain A with n disconsolate sigh. nt, but incapable somehow of produc- fresh and dainty loveliness. The old counters and basement aisles? It was Monday, blue Monday, and ing anvthing half wo sensible and use- face beneath it looked almost hand- wonder nervous prostrntion has us in Daphne, commonly called Daffy, had ful. some. She saw Daffy and nodded hap- its hold by the time the holidays hiivr arrived? slipped over early to Kate's studio; Seeing his Interest, Daffy, without pily. A group of girls came In directly Cousin Kate, who with her maple further preface, seated herself on his No, and yet again No. All homnge brush wrought such exquisite and knee and told him all about it. "Lis- - afterward. "Mrs. Fiske's got a new to the men and women who practice glowing little pictures. ton, papa," she began. "Do you know bonnet," one of them said in n shrill the art of (Jet-- t i n g Cousin Kate was mixing paints pre- I was feeling blue this morning." whisper. "My, ain't it beautiful, Out of paratory to a hard morning's work. Tapa pinched the roy cheek and though! I wonder now whnt he's Christmas Cheap. done with her Noah's ark?" The canvas stood already on the easel laughed. And it is mar"Well, I was, and I went over to Daffy blushed for them, so did velous what one in the best light the little room afforded. Cousin Kate looked the true Kate's for sympathy. I was bemoan- Cousin Kate, as she reached over and enn get for a artist thnt she was in her plain dress ing the fate that I couldnt play, or pressed the little hand. It was n good quarter; things and long white npron. She was a tall sing, or paint, as she does, when she sermon that morning, strong, tine, worth hnving, ns young woman, with clear eyes, abun- put this idea into my head. You know helpful, nnd as Mrs. Fiske listened, well ns things dant chestnut hair, and a firm sweet I always make my own hats. I love she was glvil that In the hard week that merely cumto, some way, and can always suit before her, she had the thoughts of ber the house. mouth. DalTy wns unlike her as possible, be- myself better than the finest madams It to help her through. And as sho Nowadays one can ing small and slight, with great dark anywhere in the city. Well, Kate drank it in, her old heart swelled with get an excellent eyes, and cheeks as full of color as a cheered me up by saying it was almost gratitude to the slender, dark-eyeline handker " pd' who had chief, n man's big Th Fo as great a gift to create n bonnet as girl in the pew near-b- y ripe carnation. was to paint a picture. Isn't that worked to bring it about, one or a lndy's very Hue one, for that "11 I could paint as you do now," it "Dear Lord, bless her," she whis- price. And isny what you will nbout went on DafTy soberly, "I would be just like the dear girl? Then she happy; but I can't, nnd you know finished by calling my attention to old pered softly, "and keep her, nnd bo the lack of originality displayed In good to her. for Jesus's sake." selecting kerchiefs for gifts, they alhow poorly I have always played and Mrs. Fiske's bonnet." As they walked home. Cousin Knto ways come in hnndy. "Old Mrs. Fiske's bonnet?" repented sung. I love music, but I can't make it, any more than old Michael can papa. "The old lady who lives down took Daffy's arm. "The bonnet Is A little affair not out of place for who cleans our ynrd. Then there's by the church and who is so very beautiful dear," she said in her sweet, a man that is his own barber is a grne oice. "Was L not right? 1 still shnving-pad- . writing. I'd like nothing better than poor?" These puds Miry In Daffy nooded. "The same," she an think the little girl who can contrive price from 25 cents to 125, the difto be able to write fine things, but such magic out of ten slender lingers ference consisting in the quality of there's no use wishing thnt, for I swered. "Well, her old bonnet is nearly fall- and send it out upon this trouble-tillecould compose even a passable never the leather used for the cover to the ing to pieces," she went on, "and Kate world to perform Its mission Is every block of paper. They look like letter." Cousin Kate looked at the droop- put the thought in my heart to make bit as great and useful ns the nrtist, thick, leather-bounor diarlefi, memorandum-books- , ing, discouraged face before she an- her a new one. So I enmc home in a the painter, or the writer. I couldn't help but look nt Mrs. Fiske's face things of thnt sort; and quite a numswered. It was no wonder, for in hurry and linve worked steadily all through the sermon. It preached a ber of maidens stop nt the counter spite of her sadness Daffy wns such n the morning. 1'ehold the result." "And a very pretty result, I am message too. I'm proud of you, Daffy where they are kept and ask to look pretty, refreshing sight in her brown sure," said papa, touched in spite of dear." at "those dear little books." F.ven suit nnd picturesque hat. "Henlly?" said Daffy humbly. "DafTy," she asked suddenly, "where hnself. "So you're going to present when they see chased on the silver "Heally; and now that you have plate set in the middle of the cover i o her, are you? Well, be careful did you get that hat, my dear?" "This?" answered DafTy indifferent- to do it gracefully, nnd if yon need found your talent, you won't hide it "A Clean Shave," they fall to grasp ly. "Out of my head," she added. "I any capital to carry on this mission- in a napkin, will you, dear?" the nature of the article. Yesterday Daffy laughed. "No fear of that," I saw a pretty voing girl, who had to your father. make my own hats. I always do, 3ou ary enterprise, know. Why?" she questioned n mo- I'm not sure but that it's a real C'hris-tio- she answer! d. "The manufacture of insisted on having the "book" reone, too," went on pnpa thought-full- missionary hats is to go on. Pnpa will moved from the case so she could inment later. "for many n good sermon hns furnish the capital, the labor. You spect it closely, let go its ribbon Cousin Kate looked at the hat fallen on stony ground because of a needn't be afraid. I Imven't found my hunger hastily, as if it burned her again. "Why," she repeated, "becnuse it's shabby hat or bonnet. The wearer talent, after all 1113' discouragement, lingers, when told that that which she beautiful, dear. The very prettiest never forgets it, if the minister does. to hide it either in a napkin or a band- coveted wax a shaving-paihit t .I've seen this season, and you Put n good hat on a woman's head box," she added, with u happy little Kxeeedingly pretty enn be oung People. made it. Yet here j'ou are bemoaning and you add to the pastor's useful- laugh. bought for live and twenty cents in the hard fate that has bestowed upon ness, nnd at the same time increase almost any store which makes a So good luck to your ,vou no gift. My clear, it may be an her specialty of Christmas novelties. I GUARDED BY FLOWERS. Mrt to paint a picture, or write a new work, little daughter, nnd may saw an old sliver gargoyle-sor- t of poem. I am not so sure that it is not it flourish and prosper." thing that was very plenslng. and I n Kiiui-m- rlnu StatuIn Geriunnj as grent a one to send out upon this It was Mondny afternoon. Mrs. am sure would make its possessor 'I'll fix I'niti'clcil from Itnin plnif gray old world a little being like Fiske was washing dishes in her little smile every time he dipped his pen Child yourself who can put together colors kitchen. It wns blue Monday with into its well. And this old fellow was valued nt only a quarter. The bo daintitly and effectively, nnd crente her too for the morning hnd been a A pretty story, which shows an adthat can be bought for a e bonnet. Why don't you turn it to discouraging one. The wrinkled hands mirable trait common to almost all shook a little as she lifted from the Herman children, is told the modest sum are grent in number nnd account?" Youth's variety, this year the counters are Daffy laughed. "How enn I?" she water the coarse and crocked dishes, Companion by a recently returned all tumbled over with them. A handanswered. "Here I nm, papa's only placing them on the little rough traveler. chick and child, with more money table. Mrs. Fisk was 71 and her hair In a Herman city she saw n flno some, bodyless head of a Moorish thnn I need, and nothing to do but was white, old and poor, and now she equestrian statue in brone, around gentleman smiles at you, and If you look happy. Tlint's all the dear man could no longer work as she had al- the base of which bloomed a gay lit- pull the tassel of his fe. ever so gently, out pops u yard measure. An requires of me. He loves me as I am, ways done. Living alone an she did, tle garden. Arab's cigar responds in the snme dear father, and wouldn't cxehnnge she had fallen into the habit of talkThe visitor exclaimed with delight wny, and also the pipe that an Indian me for the greatest literary nnd artis- ing to herself. over both the ilowers and the stntue, ) 011 in When she hnd put the few dishes and expressed some wonder tic light in existence. That's the that the carries the uis mourn. n frog, press a bug in mouth of a grain wny with these dear fathers, they away into the old wooden cupboard, blossoms were left entirely unprotectof corn in a chick's, and a give all and expect nothing. Hut be- the first thing she did was to go into ed by either railing or notice. ready for use. A goat, a cause I am so rich in his love and the next room. There was a closet "In our country 1 am afraid somo care is no reason that I want to sit in it, and she went to It and took from of the children might be tempted to donkey, nnd a pig all carry them in down and be a useless cumberer of It an old, dilapidated bandbox. She pick a llower now and then, as this their hollow Interiors, a baseball cap the earth. There's no necessity for lifted the lid and drew from it a bon- seems aside from the busy part of tho and a tall hat contain tliem. enrning money, but I would like to do net, n battered, dingy, black bonnet, city," she said to her German friend. The city stores show that anyone something to help somebody, just n with rusty, worn strings. As she can make the animal pin cushions thnt "Oh, that would never be here," said are so much In little." The girl's voice broke nnd looked nt it, her old eyes tilled with the friend, in anin.ement. "Why, tlm vogue. I saw one something ery like tears rose in the tears. "Yes," she whispered, "it does garden was planted because the chillook bad, dreadfully bad. I I won't dren would mount to the back of the lurk eyes. that wns especlnl-'- 3 "Daffy," said Cousin Kate slowly, wen it any more. I heard one of tho horse anil ride, and the brone wns amusing, a cut "did you see old Mrs. Piske at church Sunday school girls giggling nt it yes getting the wrong sort of polish; but of constructed terday when she thought I dldn t when the flowers began to coma up yesterday?" .vfllow velvet. DalTy nodded. fcat up, Tubbj hear. I'll certainly have to stay away there was no more trouble. "Did you notice anything about from church after this. It'll be a about live or blx "Our children are cry fearful lest " n files high, very heavy one, but her?" went on Cousin Kate, her head cross, and they should hurt any little growing soft, fat and con-te- n bent over her palette. Tin re was a light knock nt the door. thing, nnd t hey would see tho greou "Nothing except thnt she looked Mrs. riske put the bonnet hurriedly peeping through tho earth and not ted - looking. lit r ears were older nnd shabbier than usual, poor away and went to nnswer it. A young take another step toward the tempo shaped of the velold soul. Yes, I did too. I noticed girl stood there with a sweet, dark iug horse." vet, her face paintthnt her old bonnet had about given face and brilliantly glowing cheeks. For Needles and Pint ed in, and Xot .lwi) Out of IrUh Moll. her out. How long hiiH she worn it, Shu held a bandbox in one slender, gloved hand. Marius Is a famous cyclist, and his whiskers, which stuck out most Kate?" were of long needles. Pins "Seven years," was the nnswer. "I It was Daffy. Mrs. Fiske's wrinkled superiority is unquestioned by nil who were thrust in nil over the body, J remember. know, for It looked face lighted. "Why, if it isn't Misn know him. "Come in, dear. well enough once, but the wind and Daffy," she cried. One of his ncqunlntnncos Informed but she looked eminently comfortable. snow and sleet of so many winters I'm so glad to see you." him thu other dny thot ho was trying A gray velvet deer head, with brown bead eyes, bore an agonized expression DnlTy entered, then in a few min- hard to go faBter than ho. liavo nt last wrought its ruin. You sny, DalTy dear, you don't need mon utes she plunged into her subject. dear fellow," said Marine with n with its many prickings, A muzzled ey. Jlere is u chance to help somu "Mrs. Fiske," she began., her cheeks compassionate smile, "I'vo triad to do dog appeared equal to the occasion, k- -' and a spffron chick ono who CHix't "I limn n yhif""" get-tin- too." tells the tune 111 sny ntlior city, hut as tan clock is too expensive to purchase, the bwt way to uliMiii this Information it from I lev tetter's Aluinnne for UH)'.'. It a No eon Unit anil tunny niiiiisuiK nncedntes, statistic tiiinii ceiiernl information thnt vult interest vnii It ran be obtained from any drus'l'i (rcu of cliaiKe. A Wonilrrfnl ClncU, A floek was recently ninds, which In d ilit ion to striking tho hours, hsjrra and iiuirten, shews tlie plinses of the nvton a ml xm 11 if de-Hir- Blue-eye- d for It. linen cover decorated with hoi Hlsnclie It isn't ensy to find anything a pretty case fur the uti itarian makes new in wedilyicr presents. Ma) No ho many people hare bea ttlephone directory that hang in so conspicuous a place. ,le we! poiki'tsnri Ai&rnetl Puck. nice things to have when traveling, and are meant to hang around the neck They are made with a (lap that fastens securely with two patent fasteners. These pockets sell at 35 and 60 cents Thirty cents will buy a tiny pslr of Address to Women by tho Treasurer of tho W. 0. T. U. of blue driilm puntn loons, anil fora fewer Knnsiis City, Mrs, E. cents one could easily make them. On onch leg It a sizable piece tif on which. In brown letters, are "Mr Dhaii Sihtkiw: I Iwlicvo in written thes elrynnt lines: advocating nud upholding everything " ?crstcli jour nwitchr on in brifehMi, that will lift up and help women, anil 'Twill mvi' vour mother lots of stltihrr" but little use appears all Uimwledgo A man uses n pin about once a vmr, nnd learning If you liavo not the health Mid to meet this ponmlile need there to enjoy It. Accounting anopeOetter biind-pepe- r are severs I Hat Bob-whlt- pin books nlTert'il, the best made of A tiny leather. purple nnd .vi lUw paus.v, inaite of ItvvA agy, r;sjsgJ1sWjBjhg v27 1 sfaLsllllllllllllHAfe fcAbvfW sdKvm I 11 V Kllfalr 'tJc T How Found Her Talent. t chamois, contains two stiff hnthrr pockets that hold blnek, white mid plsk court p!.is ter, n quite .sensible little gift, Tho tntgniiil Ming for Ohrlilmm, esslly carried in the pocket (so accessible), nud costing only a little. Divers silver and niother-of-ientools are offered In the way of envelope openers, pnper knives and bookmarks People usually accumulate a quantity of these, nnd I doubt If they use them often; the articles, with the contrariness of Inanimate things, usually keeping out of the wn.v when wanted. About ns srnneless a thing ns I have seen was a small pine club, painted blue, ornamented with blue ribbon and having stuck in it three gilt hooks. I what It wns for, and a clerk answered: "Oh, to hang things on" Visions of Incongruous lienv) overcoats, nnd tnll hats Immediately aroo before me, but she added: "Keys, buttons, or anything of that sort " Merc lumber, neither oruainrntnl nor use fill but can be had for n qunrtrr. And the tired shopper, worn out with the jostling of the Christmas purchaser, with thr scheming to make a slim purse answer the demands of a fat list, at the eleventh hour Is rendy to take anything that offers itself chenp, even If it be only pine club with foolish small hooks A bit of a tliiwering plant Is n graceful gift, a gift thnt will keep the gl'vr's rl 1 U vi . jw HI f3v F Sfl mils. r. a HMIT1I. " Having found by personal experience that Lyfllii l). IMnkhiim'K VcgotuMo Compound in a medi- "I cine of rare virtue, and having sects doaens of cures wburo mv suffering sisters hnro been dragged lwvck to llfo and usefulness from an untimely gravo simply by tho uso of a fow lttlea of that Compound, I must proclaim It virtues, or I should not bo doing my duty to suffering moth era and dragged-ou- t housekeepers. " IXar KiUr, Is your health poor, do you feol worn out and used up, especially do you have any of thu troubles which beset our sex, take my advice; lot tho doctors alone, try Lyillu II. IMnkluiiii'N Vvgutublo Compound; it is better than sny and all doctors, for It CUrt'M nnd they do not." Miw, E. C. Smith, 1213 Oak St., Treasurer W. C. T. U,, Kansas. City, Mo. fiOOO fartit abort It 1 ttttl-ionK- xl Mr. IMnklinm Hflvl.scrt sick wo mou free Address, Lynn, ULastt d 11 ere can purtiin'e for or 15 cents-- , prove a dai'.V Joy to the recipient A scarlet salvia a red memory green and thnt will firi&adyo k 7K M Corn gifTHiiium 15. n for 10 ben ut fu), nspnr-ngu- d d, sllver-ornnmeat-c- d n y, 1 l. ink-wel- ls self-respec- t. I - rnrnntlons, one perfect rose, g ves Send Your FrUnd joy in the crM ChrUtmst Qrtcni. midwinter weath er, but of course the pleasure Is shortlived. A holly wreath Is alvvnH acceptable at the holiday sesou, nud these wreaths can be obtained at prices ranging from 10 to 30 rents. The hug, trailing, green, ni"s.sv mouse-foo- t costs but a few cents' a ynrd. And twined about chandelitrs, pictures and windows g'ves an unwonted holiday nir to one'H room. d And some sprigs of the wnxen-ber'imistje'oe add to the general lnlan y The young 111.111 thnt has Jntelj be come engaged can kill two birds w th one stone; give his fair betrothed the engagement ring for a Christmas present. She nt least will feel brtttr nbout !t than the msld described in tin little verse: 1 , LZJX tL c -- fiatherj quarter 11 WflN removes from the soil large quantities of s fern for a A bum h f Potash. The fertilizer ap- plied, must furnish enough Potash, or the land will lose its producing jiovvcr. Krait riff My nut kanVt ca tioj ol GERMAN KALI l '' jj N.o.u , Nw WORK.S, Yatk r TO HOT SPRINGS ,Thr ARKANSAS llljr Trains. TO OKLAHOMA ri-i- i. tape-measur- es For months sh wondered whst the Yule would lirtnc; A Jmveltxt vlnlsKrette or Rnlden Kimrd A pirly nerklsee era dlsmorrf rlnn And now sh ueetm. He sent a t'hrlst-monrd " KATHKIIIN'IC Territory Indian Dully Trains. Two Pullrosn Klrntxirs sail Tree IteclllUf CTistr Cars all the war without chanct vo TEXAS ana tho WEST Th renr t st ticket of cunntctlont. Cheap home-seekana third Tursdar eaeb month on ale Mamplila Tlrkat Oflloa, 13 Muarea HI. AND m roi'i: nrt er HE FELT RELIEVED. I'rer ly K. U III.ACKMAV.T 1 'iirriMiilrrril "When Xot . Ilia Vnluntilra rsAss M. CnaUanooaa.TeBn. GsirriTll. T f A , Memphis, A, licit fur mi Oilier. Oso, II I.ms, 0n 1' kT A. Mule Mock. Ark. Tesa. ' 11 1 nut-usi'ull- y, It wns a long rifle through a desolate and dangerous country, nnd the politician sought to relieve the monotony by philosophic musings 011 his recent victory and eiiibiirrnssinents that even success brings, relates the Philadelphia North American. "Hold up your hniiiW The stage conch gave n lurch nnd stopped. The ray of light that shot into the vehicle turned the spattering rain into myriads ofevanescent gems. "What do you want?" asked the politician with a firmness thnt showed that he had faced danger before. "Your money." "Here It Is." "Vour watch and diamond ring." "They are yours." nny "I must sny yer how," saiil one of the highway men. "Not at nil. Are jou suro that's all you desire?" "What In thunder did you think wo wanted?" "I wns afraid" and th politician's voice trembled a little "you wanted an olllce." good-nature- MoKlnlty Mutlo Co.t7rJSSK." NO I'RUO MUSIC (1IVI1N UNLR3S Cut this out and send to tho ACCOMPANIED lY THIS COUPON. TH11 IS TO Diuile-lciTlni- CTItTirYlhlTli." ipolntter mj Inu.lc buylhrf fnmili. Inrlad In if muilelttrher who., mtmttl uU jo brtr ! on Klait to with, Krw rc.l yourthtofL'llou. ho flllfct. For my troublo In tho matter send mo Froo, Postpaid the TWO PIECES markod belowi avpftrat wtin woalrt tpr Jsgtlm M HlhrLTru W.lli Lot and rrttndthlp Walt. -- Johmon'i Kgtlm Song. Yon Song March. llo.iry Ilrcauie It' bong-Th-a l'lini iiapcr lor woiliUiiK "T HA7ARI1 BUIT4 or HAZARD SMOKttCSS, urosxrly loaded, ami you will do better shooting than ever before." 'One reason why boys lirltiK liomr sollttle Rsme looae is lcaure lliey nc -V .- GUN POWDER Hi Best CURtS WHtfiE All ILSt JAILS. Cough fljrnip. TattMOool. BJ Prl In time. Hold hT druualiU. "-- Ut zm S f$ i HIlSBBBBBBBSBflBVrHBNfBkMiaHSpSjlSBBBts9'w'MMM! - - M.1 SfRSHLn -- t'nneeuiiiitnlila. Teddy Ilnther pretty woman ovei there with the mail cartl Harold I suppose that's tho husband with her? "Tin. Seems fond of him, too." Judy. L2" ., & Use Q fjl EL "Wr 5 ;uv:w.vr:j' Ajjtjgm ISBKbffffffffffffa . r wfc i.jj;'.r ?9MMS Tzaizzrv?'-- ' - x'SK 3f ' l" SLAVE DAYS-ACAI- N. " - .) Negro Accusid off AbductingNe- New szws2 kj groes and .Selling Thomv Wlnff' ': rmt.3'nw&9:Mi jr . t W7 finofl i iMlWMBWBl'l,,B,,'ll,!IWWl,MBIBIM,1,"MI'W,JWSBWBBSSaBSBMBBl . mwcJvomi ssssHHTIIIU BsBBBHsUili'Ba JeSgWakHWs' Inti ! T sill b of fiHWionco county, 10 tindor arroBt niifttvod with an uniiBtial crime. Itiia allowed that Milam linn for Bonio lima boon ongntul in Kid. napping uugrnoti and nolliu llioni , iisislavi'H lo 1. 1) ulnlu ownurof a ' Tdiiiiufiscorivor jyslaiAlplaif(ri(i ui g, 8 IltO lim01Jl0U)WVMM'HMtlg ox-aln1 Tim undersigned linsreceh'(L.lliis twopk fanotliorJ conaigninnni, consisting of w Awinter WliOa i l r Goods, rfJi . i .mW imiK ti lH 1M1 ' ' BmvSRmW' aAs-sWKi- Now DoqadirvAln.,1 &Ben Milam, colored, an - 16. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps Also a full and completo lino of CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. Those goods wero nil bought for cash and will bo sold at low down prices. I want all of your Eggs and Poultry will pay highest cash prico. 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CHITTENDEN Local Agent w Educational captious ftd criticising, Should down. f., w 1 ttiMMMMM Woods, AnBducatlonal A.ioolaUon will .' Wll it lecture of b1iow,o( ml merit ac Utll.nB 0V oidentlly ilrlkd the'towirlie im be l..k at Frances Ky,( Walurday, nKnklnf lnrM t Jnto vnegflri, The average man is always gnx criticise) and U8Q, KI Bl X p UIj figinM It l)io duty to lous to know the worst of hia auo prugrniu LUCK OF AN XDlfOR. ll) although hd may have is as f..ti noighbor possibly bocnuna of thB toiiows: "For twoyoara all efforts",to euro ecsto- Aesobiatiou Call to ardor of pro. ma in lho palm of my hands failed," .foot l,mt ,ni8or? lo70q gono to it qu a frao pass. Uo has idn mind that "no ood idonl It, iM. Allen. niadoaip w.ueseuiior u a nesiur o oyniuu, , ,, -.. ,nlA ,. titn Vlltn d Cduntry, 'Tie of Kansas, Hhon I was wholly cured by tho Ihiugonii (KJino otitof Nay.arolh" Musio-- My UM nndnrol Hucklen Arnica Bnlvo.' It's tho world's Chnmborlnln'n Stomach nnd Llvor Tab' mid diimiiB tho" man who thinks Theo." Ifcaler for eruptions, soro and skin h lets. Thoy correct disordors of tho tjlhorwifio. But Iho funny pari of Toachors Assooiatioti 1 M. 25c nt Woods it Co'a. . . regulnto tho liver and bowols. and ' Iho wholo hiiflinota is, that when Ward, followod by discussion1. 25c.; (.nmplos freo nt Hnyncs Evon whon a girl has money in Prico prosporily doua hit Iho town, in Supplementary roading ill olase hefr own uamo sho is nnxiousto upita of hifl gloomy forol)odingB, work- - Miss Lizzie Ganlnor. Town Lots for Sale, I this follow takoH to himaulf tho Exhibition work in tho public" oliahtro it. Tho world alway's haa timppol I havoa,pujnbot,ofNclpico buil-listo- u full credit for tho ontiro porfonn. sohotilK. M. Alluu. Office over Alarion Bank. MARION, KY lots in Marion for snlo. Nobdod legislation for tho pub-li- o to tho mnn who lias somo-ldin- g incnoe. V 4 4 Bcb.ool M. F. Poguo; discus- thing to say. &w ' sion by Association. Women and JeWcls. Novels. Magazines. Newspapers. HOW TO CURE CROUP. . Kontucky Authora Miss Idn 7 rn ill nvrrrrrrrrrn'T OJOB05HMKHW-CH-CW-CGray,'whdllvea near imo-- f MrR. 0. .JowoIb, candy, llowore, man Koou. nia. Duchess county. N. V., anys: Ohnm that ia tliQordor of a woiuan'n pro Modem Lilorary Writors Hoji Lbnrlaln'B Cough Remedy is thobosUno Ncws-Ajen- t. foroncoB. (dowolo form a magiiul ry Parish. dlcino I ovor used. It Is n lino children 'a (Successor to J. II. Ormo) of mighty powor to tho nvurngo Method of grading in tho public omody for croup and novor falls tocuro "R. F. Hnj'nos' DrugjStoro. Typewriter and Stenographer ...DHALKU IN... ' woman. Evon that groatoslof all Whon Riven n soon as tho child bocom school G. K. Glass. Louisville's Throo Uig DnillosCourior oven nftor tho croup couh .Inurnnl, Times and Pbat always on Fine Wines jowols, hoajth, ia ofton ruiuod in Blue & Nunn's Office, MARION, KY, i; Ubo of magazines and poriodi-calsi- n hoaruo, or has dovoloed, it will provoit tho a'ttnek. Balo. niako or tlm BlrouuouB ollorlB to sohool Miss Maud III II. . This should Io Imrno in mind nnd a lot' Typowritton copies of nwinuscripr land mndo nt a roasonahlo prico. h Kolalion af toaohor and pupil-O- scar tlo of tho cough remedy kopt nt liand aiivo tho nionoy to purohaBo thorn. lo a Remunerative Sole Agent for the Celebrated I. W. KHXKHKKXM-CH"0-,rO-MI-C- ' rondy for instant uso ns soon ns thq,sym Secure Wiokor. If a woman will risk hor health Harper and Old Hickory Whiskies. toms apor. At R. F. Hay lies', covotod gom, thou lot hor got h Investment at a Sohool room dooorntion Miss Special Attontion to fortify horeolf against tho iiiBidi-oii- h Francos Gray. Moderate Cost Girls, if you nro afraid to spend Mail Ordors, M. coii8oquonoo8 of coughs, colds Kooitalion Miss Ida Koon. an ovoning alono oooasioually, . KENTUCKY. l I I... il... 10- .!..! ? MARION. orOUOIlllUUllouiiuuo uy iiiu Adjournment. don't got marriod. Gojd t MARION, KY: uso "of Dr. Boschoo's Gor- Tho committoo would urgo Most in Quantlty.'.Bsst in Quality. will promply man Byrup. It OFFICE Room 5, over Mnrion Hank. thoughtful propnration of those Finest and Best $1.00 a Day House TELEPIIONE-Oul- co 2T, Residonce 27. consumption in its oarly sta-go- whoso iiamos appoar in tho prois n Moroloy'a Sarsaparllln nnd Iron Debenture Bonds. in Kentucky. alToolod lungs gram. Tho public is cordially in- - tonic, a blood purlllor and a blood mnU and hoal tho or. It doos not Btop .with mero curing and bronchial tn bos and drivo tho 'vitod. , Sold in Lots of From cortatri disoasost liko scrofula, sorest nb i droad disoaso froiiutliQfeyjdfoinJlt j Kospootfully, , j $i?ooo to $300,000. sceesoa, otc.f butt clonnsca and buildtTil j.nllWU1 Vtnla'cor. - is not a R.M. Allon, tho wholo Bystom. AlT who hnvoricd tnin euro for couizhs. coldB. and Physician Miss LizzioGardnor, it say thoro. is moro euro in ono bottlo of For Full Particulars Address, ' R. E. DRENNAN, Propr. Y6ti (inn Moreloy'a BarBaparilln(nnd iron than in all bronohial troubles: and Surgeon, B. F. Jacobs, PADUCAH, KENTUCKY sixof auyotherklnd.O SoldJ by IIKk,, "rHot Dr. G.'O. Qroou's roliablo.ro-inodio- s Committee. L. W. CRUCE, MARION, KY Olllco Room No. G, Mnrion Hank Uli'e ft Woods & Co. J at FI. K. Woods & Co's MARION, KY' 'Phone 115. , fc drug store. UoUUioon's Spooial At thirty atninn ia nnxjoiiBfor ' ini-lliolf- y'ohiig nogro Thoro aro forly-fivHtaios nnd who rocontly o(Mied from tho is six TorrilorioB. Tho fjovornora of Iho Slates aro liiifij'told cajisoiyiiu arreit of Don AJihim, Ilo ropbito all uluclod Iry tho pooplo, and tho tlmt a kidnapped noyro linn noun governor of Iho Torrilorios aro coiflinod on lliiu island "aa V flhf vo iioiuiiiuluil by tlm Prosiilnut ami coiilirimtd by the Sonalo. for4Buvon ioaia. . Two Slain tiled I hoir governor Every TownHisMlim. ' ovory year, 22 Slates ovory two t Almost iorlo1htJiH9irHinong yoars, nnn Statu ovory throe yoars, 20 Slates ovoryfour years. its oflizana'lhoMnaff orwoinan ?lio and d The way to destroy courage ie Mnssnohusolld and Hhodo Hu buou in forovor complaining, eloot ovory joar. not to pluck it up, nothing ood in anything at homo Potinaylvauin, New York and, Words mayWak Rirfijtaijtfoon. and i8'alwy8,in4iiyiH'lf5p,h,l8 Now Jorsoy pay their govomors viotioiiB butsoldom shaller them. homo morcliautu oan jioI soil as v tat . A ml ml chfai) as tlmnioroimnlafoi nnoiijor. a salary of 10.000. Cuts and Jfulses Qlckly'Healed. Vermont pays- tho Rinallost of t town Mlpi mntphtRBfrtuay fron Ottanttinrtalnld Tn!n'llaltn iifVltiwI Inn any of tho Sialo.i. $1500. ho fun Hi hmo Imv ou 1 lutniu iirIum . cut, bruise, lysro." ncd of like injury All tho Territories pay their u.,,r i,.b1a1i1iv uiav lho nli-n- Jf WH heal ortwlit. jroahvaalnkcs Iho papor from $2,000 to $8,000 tho wrtn in loss thno than any (Afior fiom anothor town in .proforonco guvoriiors bo- troatmont. Ualati tho injury por annum. lo h 1b own. In fact ho spends all Konlucky holds her gubernaUr of his money with out of limo on. rial olcclion ovory four years torprlses, and complains bocauso pays him n salary .of $3,000 per ' Hayne. ' &&J X .IJt ,thoo of his own town are not pros annum, Speaking of markets, good resporoui, Even in the tnntter of ho is still find amusetuen olutions will soon tau mnrk'ed Assoolitiin. is It said UHil u o IliolOjii') Whilo tho display of holiday goods is nioro boauliful and oxton itig t sivo Ilia ovor, it is still a mattor M w i Til E PMPE OF nEROES. 0f groat uunouityjto inRKe ino n. ..i .i "ii .! T.i :. i iMntiy fioIdierH"&f the last war wroto to nai boioouoh ior irionus ami mam isay that? for'acraUhfabrutsea, cute, bore of the family. Tiiobo who ""--- imr1-'- ,- ,f".mi i i aro unable to visit tho shops will Uucklon'H Amicn Snlyo Is tho best In burns, ecakb, boils be groatly assisted by tho suggest-- . tho, world. Snmo-feulcers, shin eruptions, and piles. 25c at tioiia in the January Delinoator, , t wjiero five full pages are devoted Vfdbdfl'. t All tho moan acts of his Ijfo aro to illustrations and descriptions of forfTiebbuV uickly'biodlit beforo n diown-iugna- n innumorablo noveltios or a candtdato for office deir nnd'dosk, for busymenand li" sis-tofashionablo womon,lho young A MILLION VOICESr tho Iwcholor, and oven tho Could Hardly oxprcss tho thanks of ' " IforacrtlnlftonfeBt 'Point, ra?Listen' Iniby. -- man will iromiso awoma i n'lythiiiK if alio will proiniso not lo iulorruplhim whon ho ie'rond- A It- "J-- W''tfjT f I z. zrtrjLMn f ffl EJVeSB aBJBBBBBBBBBFBPr i jw. ii. Kimball Pianos and Organs rriPi&sSwl. ft r LEAD THE WORLD. r, Kimball Pianos' and Kim ball! a organs la-lau- m a - why: A seuoro cold lind settled en his Jinga, causing a most obstinntb cough. Seversl pliyttielaiMisaid'he Iwul oensump- tlon but could nothelp him." When nil thought ho Was doomedho begnn to uso Dr King's Now Discovery 'for .Consumption and writon: "jt" completely cured mo and Bnved my life; I now weigh 227 lbs." Its positivoly guaranteed for Prico coughs, colds and lung troubles. nOonnd $1; trial bottlo froo at Woods.' sold on easy monthly pay- ments. Call on A. 1 are I I AsijvJHlaV hmmmwmH W-h-, . i S?fiP - I m mm u J. Chitten Mul'aSB' Sg&3& nd ."raltll) DoQoanBjf'f y complainod tlmt alio had nothing to woarnnd hor daughters havo beon working tho samo old plaint ovoreinco. "Coughs toH'you that thoro is somo-thlEvo ng den at R. C. Haynes' Grocery, door west of Pierce's Hardware, for terms and prices. W W. KIMBALL CO., m 1 IIS 1 I wrong in the throat or lungs. It la tho cause, not the cough that you must look After Morley's Honey Fee toral searches out the cause of trouble, stops tho irritation, loosens the cough, and cures you thoroughly. For salo at E?anslller Ind . fr'm'&V&fr&ftQWX'i craPr R. T. itf ORRI (lr dls-oaBo- ato-ninc- Bemtlst, t fifilU P"': i&SSaMr nn K Wm Harrigan Miss Nell Walker! Whiskies! ..ir! W. J. J. Paris, 0 Mear5perct. ar-ro- st s, New Richmond T. Atchison Frazer, House 7 AlinKnno, if11 vjw vlmvo SON'SX.IKK?- -. Mr H II illnuK, lltu wull Itnown villno blacUfliiilth nt Urnlinia.svillo, Sullivna co NVHnys: "Our liltlo hoii, jlvo years vll lind nlwnyH boon Hubjeot to croup, nnd bad linvo tlio nttncltu boon t'int wo fonrod many times lio would tlio. Wo linvo had tho doctor nnd ubihI mauy modlcinofl, but ChnmborlRln'fl Couh ro mody is now our hoIo rolinneo. It bcoiiis to dUsolvo tho touh mucus nnd by giving froquont dosoa whon tho croiipy sym tenia npioar wo lind thnt tho dreaded croup ia curwl beforo it Kota Botllod." Thoro is no danger hi giving .this roiao-d- y for it contains no opium or other dtug aud may be given an conlb diiitly to a babe as an adujt, t Haloes ur A VJ31XJUB URINK. SAVKD AT QUAVK' Unow I would lonjr no havo boon 'I in my Rrftvo" writon Mrs S. II. Noweom of Decntur, Ala., "if It had not beon for Electric Ulttora. For throo yonrs I Buffered untold ngony from tuo worst form of IndlKostlon, WntorbrnHh, Stomach nnd llowol Dyiopain, but thisoxcollont modicino did mo a world of (food. Sineo using it I can oat heartily nnd linvo gab ned &r lbs." For indigestion, loss of ap. iwtlto, Btomnch, llvor nnd Uldnoy troubles, Electric Ulttora aro n guarantood cure. Only 50c nt Woodx'. fnmo; at fifty ho is wiljingto monoy as a substitute. ac-oo- pt rooms nnd hall, in doairnblo section of tho town for salo. Large ot and good improvements, J, W, Bin, fix, I havo a oottngo houso with four Among. the vtow'thouMmls who havo used Chnmborlnin'a Cough Renioi dy, for colds nnd la grippo during the past four yoars, to our knowledgo not n Blnglo caso has resulted in pneumonia, Tiioa'Whi'tfleld Co.r.RWaMhiAvc prsml-neMUe Chicago, one of Ltho retail'drugglstf In'thatcHyfii spca king of this says: "Wo rocommondl uiiBiuuunniu n uuukii noiiit'uy jor grippo in many ensos aa it not only gives prompt and omploto rocovory "but nlso, countoracta any tendency of In grippo to result in pnoumonin. At Ilaynos', sVPMaWiWNaVI ') Lumber For Sale, L.H.JAMES O.M.JAMES Dyspepsia Cure This preparation contains all of tho dlffcstants and digests all kinds of food. It gives Instant relief and novor falls to cure. It allows you to eat all tlio food you want. Tho most sensitive stomachs can take It. Byltau&aniany thousands of dyspeptics havo beon cured after everything else failed. It prevents formation pi gas on tho atom ach, relieving all distress after eating. -- Digests what you eat. I koop constantly on hand rough luinbor of all dimensions, nnd am prepared to fill bills on short notico W. A. DAVIDSON, James & James KY. mt nt LAWYERS Lkvias, Kv - MARION. registered iu Red Poll Bull Calves. Q half broods, good inothor, bull, $35.00 each. Dr." M .Ravdin, 1 Dlotlnguhueccssary. Pleasant to take. Pure apple vinegar always ou R can't hei full blood, $100. OHIco with Dr. A. J. Knnpp, sutto 17, Thoy will pjoaso you, call and soo Arcado building, EVANSVILLE, INDf thorn. Practlco limited to di&cases of tho I loglstorod Poland China Hoar, weight IU' ii taken uoioro iota luO or uu Bot, n, J-- W. " ft WW M a . NEIGHBORHOOD SALEM. NEWS. IRON HILL. Christinas is in the Air And it is time you were making dot f he' bill of fare for the CHRISTMAS DINNER. You want the best the market affords, so make out your order Zh ' A ?: p X aTV '' J &mr S"K7 pnoumonia, while othors have kot. well, ohos in tho baok and violont mis-or- y Thomas McConnoll is again con in tho stomach. For foar you fined to his bed with' rhoumatisra, might fall hoir to somo of thoso helpless. nilmnntn T nrmilrl oltjinn Hint vnil nnd is almost nd a,ul dofor your visit to this town until ' Albort Niukel3 tho grand fury is dismissod; tho'oim Stewart starlod overland for expect to hoalth of this community will then Missouri Monday and ! ,nnko tlmt thoir fillur0 homo' probably bo bottor. ' J. N. Roberts moved to tho Mat Somo of tho boys (that includes loon neighborhood last woek. mon too) aro spending n woek or J. T. Stowart U building a now 4wo with friends in otbor countios I supposo thoy aro only bird bun- - rosidonco on his falhora place, ting and will return uftor court Thanksgiving wos obsorvod in with birds to sell. Although court a fitting manner by Olivo Branch is in session tho boor wagon still school. Tho houso was beautiful-unload- s nt tho front door and tho ly decorated and tho day was spont taper oontinuos to burn behind delivering declamations and ora- A largo tho curtain; a good man in a bad.tions by tho pupils. crowd was present' business. Married, at tho residonoe of the Only one tiger left and his best porsuade him to ohango bride's father, Wednesdays Novi friends 27th, Mr Uri Terry and" Miss Alico his business. Wo loam tho railroad survey Homing. Many nice and valua from Oarwvillo to Kuttawa ia now hlo presents woro given thorn; they about complete. Wo hopo to see ore popular young peoplo and tho picks and shovels at work liavo tho best wishes of scoros of frionds. soon. Mr. Homo, tho pioneer minor of this sootion is how now, propar-in- g Modern Surgery Surpassed. to put in some more new "While sufforing from a bad case of piles I consulted a physician who had at his largo plant hero. advised mo to try a box of DoWitt's At tho residence of the brido's Witch Hnzol Salvo," says J P Cartor of Atlanta, Ga. "I procured a box and was father, Mr. J. 0. Cobb, at 11 entirely cured. DoWitt's Witch Hazel a. m.f last Sunday, Mr Enr-ni- Salvo is a splendid curo for piles, giving Hardin and Miss Em inn Maud relief instantly, and I heartily recomto all sufferers." Surgery is un Cobb wore unitod in marriage, Rev mend it to curo piles. Witch Hazel necessary P R. Viok, in.hjs hppjpy stylo per Salvo wil curo any caso. Cuts, burns,, quick-all bruises forjmngtho ceremony. There was y cured andit. .other wounds aro by Jlowaro of cpuntorfoTts. largo concourse of friends pros-on- t AtJIayncs'. to witnoss tho happy event. After the ceremony thoro was a fredonia: sumptuous dinner served, which was greatly enjoyed by all pres-onRain, snow nnd sleet, overhead and mu-ohine- ry o'-olook Don't como to Salom until tho Thoro nro a fow casos of mumps last of tho wook. Tho grand jury in this community. has boon in session at SmithliijHl A numbor of borsos bnvo diod hoalth of latoly nnd it is boliovod onting unfor somo timo, and tho nomo of our oitizons is vory bad, sound corn was tho cause. Homo havo soro oyos, somo are on Marion Doau's littlo girl, who irutchos, somo aro throatonod with has boon dangorously ill. is again and send it to THE; Ml CITY RESTAURANT Manager. W. H. COPHER, m i FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CONFECTIONS Fine. Candies Florida Oranges Grapes, Apples Fresh, Bread, Pics and Cakes daily. Fresh Oysters, Celery, Cranberries. Pickles, Fish, Game, the best the market affords Blankc's famous brands of Coffee and teas, 15c to 30c per pound. We still serve lunches at all hours, from 1 5c up PROMPT SETTLEMENT. Marion, Ky., Doo. 9, 1901. Unitod Stntos Health nnd Acoi- - st " t, ill I I undor our feet J Mr. Hardin is tha son of Wolf . Sovernl cases of bad colds', lace Hardin, and while ho iB ofly Tho raorchnnts who hnvo kept tho peo Henry Brydon, Harris, N. 0 about 18 years old ho is one of the plo informed as to what thoy hnvd for sale nro having n big trado. says: "I took modioino 20 yoars progressive, wideawake young farMrs .Will Bushing .and children, of for arthma, but ono bottlo of Ono mers of tho Cedar Grovo neighNew Madrid, Mo., havo boon visiting, ro borhood, Minu to Cough Curo did mo moro i ntives horo for sovoral weeks. MiB3 Emma, tho brido, is justJ Miss Iraogone Wigginton was visiting good than anything olso during uccoin-plishopaBt 15, is beautiful and hat time. Bost Cough Curo. R. at II. C. Turloy's of Cridor last week, tho belle of tho commu Miss Wright was horo trying to sell F. ITnynoB. to gruco the lxxks last week nity, and worthy IM IH Hi homo of any youug man. Mr Hhf-- J O. A. Sturtevant wont to Clovetand din may will considor himself fir.JOhio, last week on business. . i lunatoin tnavinjr won tho handif A largo crowd of peoplo in town Tues and hoart of such an ostimublo day, buying winter goods. Closing out salo of all winter clothing young maiden. at cost for the cash. Zinc Road. 0. B. Loyd. Hats, caps, oxtra lino of jeans, corduFOltSA DEADLYATTACK. "My wifo was so ill thnt good physici- roy nnduashmoro pants, underwear, etc. ans wore unablo to help hor," writes M. at groatly reduced prices. O. 13. Loyd, M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., ''but Lndios caj es and jackets at vory low was completely cured by Dr. Kiug'd 0. 13. Loyd. Now Lifo Pills." Thoy work .wonders in priced. stomach and liver troubles. Curo conJ. P. Hughes was in town Tuesday. is stipation, Bick headache. 25d at Woods' A big lot of hogs killed Mouday, . . drug store. st Tobacco is boing brought in at a rapid rato to got Christmas money. MATTOON. l Tho people flock to Sam Ho wor ton's for shoes and clothing! as his prices aro is John Mcoro lost a lino horo goods. lowest for last Thursday. Everything to wear for all ages and .Too January and family will sizes. Sam Howorton. seri- loavo for Georgia in a fow doys. Overshoes, overcoats, dress suits, etc. Sam Howorton. Walter McConnoll has rolurnod CLOSING OUT.-F- all and winter from Oklahoma, stock of clothing at cost for cash: all I Flnrry Powell went to Sullivan now nnd good styles; como bef6ro thoy Friday, aro all gone; thoy must go. Uncle Harvo Travis colebratod 0. B. Loyd. tho 87th anniversary of his birth I havo n few capos and jnckots loft. Going at cost to closo out. tho 5th hist. 0. B. Loyd. John Sullivan had a barn rowHeavy underwear, blankots, quilts,' ing last wook, and nil wintor goods at greatly .reduced Your correspondent has hist re prices. U. B. Loyd. ceivod a letter from J. G, McCain I Hig stock leggings, cheap. 0. B. Loyd. formerly of this county but now a Don't forgot to renew your subscripcitizon of Phillipsburg, Kansas. will do this when everything Ho writes as though he rogrols tion for Ladies Homo Journal or sub- 1 else fails. There is no doubt for somo other good magazine; that l,o was not born in the Sun-flow- r scribe you monoy, timo and troubic, I about it. It nourishes, will savo Stnto. W. C. Glenn. strengthens, builds up and ! d, dont Insurnnco Co., Saginaw, Mich.: Gontlomon: I tnko plonsure in aoknowlodgiug receipt of chock for $200, boing total amount of my claim ngninst your company, nnd thank you for tho vory prompt ad justment of the mattor. 1 rocom- TOond your company to anybody who wnnts rolinblo and prompt ad justraont of thoir claims. Again thanking you, I romain, Yours respootfully, 0. L. Hill, (By wifo). R. P. Lomon is tho goneral agt. for this company in this county. a!3!S Pears, Bananas Fresh Oysters We Makfr a Specialty of Christmas Baskets Containing the Rarest Delicacies. Old Santa Clans Has Arrived In Marion and Established Headquarters AT HEARIN'S ! ,l. OO OO OO And brought with him I ho largest, prettiest nnd best selected stock of Christinas goods over seen in Southern Kentucky, and requested us to say to you not to buy until you look through our stock, and he also said for you to NKVEIl mark down n prico mnrk on n Chri.itmn prr.oont if tho mnrk dot not indicAto thnt you nro irur)y uxtrnrnnnt, liuy nt llcnrinH and they will know you got tho bost for tho lonxt minify. NEVEK toll your littlo Ixiy thoro n i Rmiln ClaiiH, but bring him to our show window and lot him fco for himt-olnnd thou come in nnd tunko hit hoart glad by buying him a nico Christmna jiresont. n-f Thai cough Hangs on You have used all NEVEK buy moro ChriHtmns rmuitt thnn joii nan iirird, but buy from us and you cm ailord n great many for a mii.iII amount of uanh. NEVER givo n minifltorn pair if thorn i.n nmnll loy in tlio family. Small boyfl liko to lo hnpny on Clirintmart mil miHcrnlilr, m buy Homothitsfr nlcn nfliijr U nt Hcarins for him again NEVER ask n girl for n liifrt whoti hIio in undor tint mlntlotoo tako It, ami if ahogota huffy como to Ilonriiunad buy hor a iilco prmont and nil will Iw riRht NEVER givo your liUBband a of igrn, givo him ono of throw nico biukota put up at Hcarins nnd part of it may cotw your way NEVER got mixed up nnd Mnd jourgirl Iho wommiI hIio gnvo you last yoar, but como to Hcarins and buy hur a nico t for U tli hi othunt cont thorn. pIio i4tnnding iimlrr tho minllrtoo; if aho id homoly NEVER warn a woman pm-ton- lx 4 f sorts of cough reme dies but it does not vieldi it too deeo may wear seated, itself out in time, but it OO first-clas- s more liable to produce la grippe, pneumonia or a no oo oo oo oo no no on oo oo oo oo oo on Bho will Ih without reason that you aro fooliali not to go to HcarinB and look through thoir stock Wfoso you buy, for thoy havo as near ovorytbing as you over baw in ono houso. And boya you know your girl says ovory Christina Tom Hoarin puts up tho nicest baskets aho over saw. Ho sum and buy from him. And husbands how of ton hnsyour wives told you thnt tho bost of ovory thing In tho grocery lino comes from Hcarins. your om-m- for hfo, if who in protly and Hinarl film will toll you and not oo M o 04 0( OO no i LARGEST STOCK OF I ous throat affection. f' You need something that will give you M Fruits, Huts, Candies, Fireworks Don't fail to call for prices before you buy elsewhere, and when you call we will sell you. strength and build up the body. SCOTT'S A. M. HEARIN & SON. Marion EMULSION "IS LIFE WORTH LIVING. No one can reasonably hopo for gocd hoalth unless his bowels moveonco each Sleeplessness, debility, nervousness day. When this is not attended to, dis and palditation of tho hoart aro not disorders of tho stomach arise, bfliousnose, ease?: thoy nro symptoms indicating that dyspepsia, headache, piloa soon follow. tho various vital organs nro not working If you wish to avoid thoeo ailments kcop harmony. Morley'a rLivor and Kid- your bovrto reg ,uv (A.rdful rafitnrna nrrW nnd rids tho makes the body strong and healthy, not only to throw 7 Established off this hard cough, but to Capital paid up rortiry tne system against further attacks. If vou are Surplus run down or emaciated you f should certainly take hkl I A-Iaa- Mi 1887. $20,000 7,500 RICH, RED HLOOO. Moroloy's Snrsnpnrilla nnd Iron not only purlflca tho blood, but makes now, rich, red blood. If you havo skin orup. tlons, boils. nbtJCO'BOB. rhnuinntlnm nr ' ' " ', scrofula, or if you havo a rundown, tired out fooling, try ;his remedy And noto tho prompt results. At II, K. Woods & Co'u. p& J IMirfflTpCS;! MCNTULY A MACAr.WC FhMti munAnY The M4A4 kJ offer to depoaltora nnd patrons WfmmSi. SHOnr iTOnlCS AND PAPERS OM TWIY riM.u. MANY ' Best in Curroof 12 Coupirrr Novtuo uwi Ytwii-t IiJM T'rrr,,i .f'y7ms,ji2.fi t I KltF. JJ7I .T-- I. f . k I - .; j mn in ff iiuu'ilfi JytTTiMMSM