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Tho Kowanoo firo brick Co., of Kewanee, 111., aro oponing a filled galona and lluor spar iiasuro proporty paralloling tho Sonator which may bo figurod upon to voin noar Princoton to n gontlo-nia- n from Hondorson. , Mr. Yanaomo oxtont aB a shipper during doll ndds a noat sum to Lmb bank the yoar. ncount,Ji8 a matter, of courso. Many prospoots in tho first stago of dovolopmont aro promising, Tho proposed merger of tho soruo of which will likoly bo classregion ed among tho shipping pruportios ontiro Missouri Kansas into a S50,000,000 truBt is tho ohiof of 1903. topio of discussion at Joplin. Tho deal has not boon consummated, The saloa of zinc and lead oros but furthor reports from Now in the Joplin district last woek York indicate that it will bo by amounted to $H8,9'.I0. tho middle of tho wook. Tho production of tho Colorudo minos for tho past yoar, largoly low grado oroB, was $4 3,020,77-- . 3 VI NUMBER 33 E PRICES OF ZING T. J. Yandoll, cashier of tho woll Marion Bank, sold his interest in mmwmmmmitwmmmmro a )n u ORES ARE SOARING. Forty Dollar Ure titers Scrambling for It Predicted for Next Week A $50,000,000 Trust Being Formed on the Zinc and Lead Mines. jcessful Year k Throughout The Entire Mining Field- Dividends Declared All AroundIncreased Output for 1903, In Loadvlllo, much to tho of nearly ovorybody, The Building Lots ! In The New Addition to The City of Marion, Ky., have been niv Bur-pris- o PROPERTY CAREFULLY, nut nnt. or tho Marion (lis- ir tho your 1002 in zino nnd Jtpar allows a highly oruditn- inago. OttttLorus aro found iu nsauro itiroly, and niuoh of tho M such high grado oharao- it !b shipped without oith- ling or concentration, ai- nnn BonaratinK plant lias ptreotod and Bovoral moio will tailed during tho year. Such iouta as havo boon made iu Mtnot, when accompanied knowlodgo or mining, havo lly nrovon Buccosflful, al- It na mall other mining dis- Ignoranco of tho first prin- of sinking a Bhaft, running ft or timboring an oponing is gonorally tho ciibo boon of tho results anticipated. fact that wo havo a country illolod in tho strength of its voins in zinc, load and lluor iaa load tho iuoxporionced to te thoir mining work regard- tho aurfaco showing, upon ipposition that at dopth a Mil bo found in largo bod- ore. Nothing could bo moro il than hucIi a fallacy. A vein makes its appoarancu rhoro near tho surfaeo unci ICCeSBIUl milling hiiui nuii takos to dovolop or prospoct borly without ihoro issoino. fto start upon ndicitivo of n X' BUT BUY IT. ..... . diBSoiniuatod through the oro, but was taken from the walls in squaring for timbors and tracks. During tho yoar 1903, shipment of jack will bo matorially inoreas-o- d The Columbia iu Kontucky. mino has n largo body of ore in sight, consisting of both galona and 7.ino blende and the second concentrating plant in this district will bo installed about the first of August, at that point, Tho production of carbonate will probably bo increased, as theje aro Bovoral good prospects, with promise of spring shipments. Tho Kontuoky Fluor Spar Company is now shipping 4,000,000 Ibe lluor spar por month. It has just concentrating complotod a n plant (built by tho Aurora Fouu-dr- y and Machine Works, of Mo,) for tho separation of During the load and lluor spar. 1,090,000 month of Docombor pounds of liuor spar woro shipped, boiug tho largost shipments in any ono month so far, iu tho his-to- r It has aB of this company. yot mado no load shipments, but has largo bodios of disseminatod load and lluor spar oro, which been of small horoloforo has 50-toAu-ror- a. it is that the total valuo of the zino product was aotually $50, Tho total dividond paymouts by American minos oarnod during tho 000 greater than for silver, doublo year 1902 aggregated $lf0,5(53,-17- that of load, and twice tho gold volumo during tho past yoor. This camp should bo rochristened British Columbia's minornl out- Zinovillo. put last year oxcoodod $18,000,000. The ziuo and lead oros cut but n Tho Lucilo working shaft is small figuro. now down 90 foot and bIiowb high grado Jack and gaof Mexico lena. This zino and lead vein is Tho mining interests were nover at so proBporous a stogo ovidontly but a fow foot from tho in the history of that country aB shaft, as ovory timo any considerable body of ground falls from ono at present. sido of tho shaft bouldors of zinc and load aro included with it. The National Load compauy tho samo dividend as in 1901, Thoir payments Thoro isn't a vacant house or a to dato in dividends has boon $12, part of a houso vacant that can bo 2. con-sidorablo do-olarcd M, f platted and Applicants Can Now Make Their Selection. $50 buys a Building Lot and IOOO Shares of Mining Stock in the Greatest Money Making District in America. D. C. ROBERTS, Treasurer, MARION, KENTUCKY. &i ft i Vvl LtSI rM H n $1,0-13,00- valtio. It will ship load concen-trate- s riug tho paBt yoar tho onl) lliipmonta of note nmdo from lold word from tho Old Jim This mino is yot tho larg- tho district and during tho 1. 11.. nlll fyoar waB praoucauy w.u umy yoars Tho lor of zino oro. nonts woro: 1 4 Pounds lump cnrlxHinto lump Jack II i . . 1 ,tXX),SC5 iimwmu 4,100,-lOf- i assaying ovor 80 por cent regularly during tho yoar 1902. Tho interest in tho problem of soparating zinc and tlnor spar is not bo groat aa it was a yoar ago, It is now gonorally believed that theso mixod lluor spar and zinc ores aro surfneo oros, and, with two ur throo oxcoptions, evory shaft sunk in tho district justifies A tromondously rich diGcovory In shafts showing of gold has boon mado on tho a that boliof. Buoh oros at tho surfaeo, it is rare rivor in Amorioan territory to find lluor spar bolow 125 feet, in tho Klondvko recion. Cirolo tho zinc then bocoming dissemin Ip.iltr Ima Itnnn flrmnnnlnf nd nnrl n atod through a gonguo of lime wild Btampodo of prospootors from stouo and quartzito. tho ndioining country has sot in for this location. 0. had for monoy in or adjoining the Mr. J. B. Clark, oity of Marion. Silver was worth in Now York of Sturgis, Mr. J. S. MoMurry, of in January, 1902, 55 conte per Ropton, and porhaps a dozen ounce; in Novombor of tho samo othors havo signified thoir intenyear the prico had boon reduced tion of putting up houses immeto 52 conte. diately on tho lots thoy have 1 bought on tho Rood land. It In tho Crookod crook camp noar would pay hoin woll to do( so as Harrison, Arkansas, tho past yoars many people aro waiting to got work has shown that good zinc nndor covor of a roof of thoir own. deposits may bo counted on with absolute cortainty. County .ludgo Towory who has boon survoying tho Rood farm and The Now Jorsoy Zino company running out tho ore voins says earned dividends laBtyoarof $700, thnt ho was on tho ground last 000, boing $300,000 more than in August to "ruu out" tho" Bighnra 1901, Thoir dividonda paid to date lluor spar voin which passos uudor aggregate nearly four million Ho pointed the ontiro 123 acres. out a Bplondid carbonate of zinc allowing about 300 foot from the Tho lead output of tho Couor d Princoton road on this farm. Alono country in Idaho was 87,709 Mining vork will commence thoro This load carriod and at tho wost oud whore thoro is tonB in 1902. 5,512,289 ounceB of silver, valued such a magniiicont surfaeo showat 50 couto por ounco, tho total vol ing. uo of tho product boing $9,001,-774.5dol-lars. 928,888. f.ltLAI-.- J m v. i B Ta-nan- lump carbouato .. kizocnrlxHinio size enrbonatn . i,w.,ui wt,m ..7,51:1,035 tnl fono of this oro was millod.nnd ahippod just as it came froi,. Tho jack was in ground. jo bouldors, and was shippod September 1st. Tho poa izod oro itock oara. A proBpoct ownoJ nud oporatcd cloaued by running through During by Major Olomont noar Orittondon ordinary log washer. yoar's ruu, about 1000 tons of Springs, whilo no groat dopth has or sand oro, was Hixvott from as yot boon obtained has tho samo Ming boxos at tho mouth of tho hoavy load and zino oros that are jhers. Somooiinia wiw amp- - shown at tho Columbia and Mom-phi- s minos, 1, aud carriod about 30 por cont I f 4liln ntn in ml mo vaiuo ui mi" " 10. Tho Marion Zino company's IB oondition was so small thai proporty near Croynovillo will Ipmonte woro suspendod, and likolv in vo considorablo of a lead saud UaB Binco noon ,,linr annr nrndnnnrdnrinrtha . ., ,.,.--- W ., i' fill t . , of tho il for treatment uy .wvonu. nt lo, two of wlnoh aro now Doing , flU. inufli.M.m...B,. nninnam? D Tho mino was workod nllod. near Me icu, days dining fl.o yoar, although Hu.ir spar properties U"ni is an onon cut and expos.. lo'OIIIIIU II....UID material aiu yielding from 300 to 500 tons Of ill tho woathor. monthly; moio or loss out, (57.1 por cont was ship- - of lluor spar im is intimately associated ig oro, nnd 82.0 por cont was galona late, Tho wnBto mattor is noij with tho fluorspar, . iluod nt tno.OT.'l.'-'il ior ton. O, or nn nvoniKf f Tho MemphiB mino, loasod by J. H. Murphy, in tho Load nud tho Minornl Point Zino company, k Zino Nowb, Bays that tho is at 145 foot allowing a strong and tho future in Wisconsin for body of zinc bioudo, sprinkled is oertainly bright. Thoro is but y with galona to tho oxtont of y quoBtion that tho oarly 7 por cont of tho latter and littlo bo of this district will 2r por cont. of zino, and will likoby its lator dovolopmont. ly outer tho shipping Hold about out-loopos-siblpros-peritox-coll- THE OLD RELIABLE "'",. I ,..., l '''l ..iu,. &AKlK5 POWDER Absolute! Pure THWISNO SUBSTITUTE Ueor I'reoK, $'-- ". R E. Bigham toG. H. Hurley, 111. Tho purchaso price was lot near corporate limits of Mar-ioa long ono, somo $20,000, wo bo- liovo, part of it boing paid boforo A. M. Hoarin to R. E. Flanary, work commoncod last fall. Tho houso and lot in Marion, 1725 regular voin of galona at tho bottom of tho shallow Bhaft, is now MARRIAGE LICENSE. 12 inches, and liko all of our o?o Dallas H Littlo and Miss voins, widens with depth. A largo Watson. part of tho almft is iu lluor spar of R. Tj, Traylorand Miss Nannie1 Altogether it a vory fine quality. is euro to bo ono of our numbor B. Doboo. J. W. McDonald and MisB1 ono producors Mr. iiblw Cox's little Bon was thodiscovororof this Maudio Cruco. Charlio niggins, col., andLillio (voin, locating ii in his father's dunijurd. tho load oro extending Woods, col. Sylvester Darnejl, col., and An. to tho auvfaoojjf tho ground at to A. M. llowlott, of Kowa-nee, are soaring skyward ' "BLIND STAGGERS." mining region and, half a dozen bins of tho ontiro district. Mr. H. C.Ricerlasa Cure Which Tho oxport movement has had He Claims Rarely Fails. much to do with this condit.ou of affairs, and this, witli tho policy of curtailing tho output pursuod, by whioli the resorvo stock was reTho Pm:ss received a letter duced to a minimum, accomplished from Mr. H. O. Rice, Sr., of Kol-s"osought by the Missouri the statiug that raanypeople are Kalians zino miners' association. having horses to die from "Blind Tho highest price reported paid Staggers." He has a recipe far for zino ore during the past wook curing that disease which rarely wa3 $33 por ton. This was paid fails. Ho has cured many horses. Tho advnuco in Marion real es- for oro that assayed (51 por cent. A great many have requested him tate of at least (50 por cont, as A greater part of tho week's out- to havo tho recipe published iu shown in tho purchnso of one or put was sold at $37 por ton, which the Press, and wo. give it below: two of our best business houses, is an advance of $3 50 per ton ovor Recipe for Blind Staggers wook. last wook morely omphasizod a fact last Zinc oro prices woro higher durFrom Paul Paquin, rftato Vetthat tho Pukss has boon kooping ing tho past week than for ovor persistently boforo its readers for two months; $40 oro may bo looked erinarian for Missouri: To thoso attacked and showing many months. Tho salo to Mr, I for next. wook, although . itho buy. . . . .1. pronounced sleepiness, give quinStogar of tho Haynoa drug store ,ors ny it will not reaon mat point. x liu aiiiuuuio cito Duiciui uiiiiu iui ine iu a doso of from one to two building and tho ollor of to por ore and havo cleaned up ovory. drachms three timos a day with cont moro for tho adjoining build-in- g thine in the ontiro district. about ono drachm of belladonna in than it could havo boon a little water. for last summor iudicatos n DEEDS RECORDED. To thoso having delirium, give prospority bnsod upon solid fountwo to Llo- - no quinino but instead, G. V, Conyora to H. ( dations. four drachms of bromido of ward, 15 acres on Clayliok. aud throo or four draohms W. L. CMark. col., to Robt H. Tho Cox proporty noar Shori-da- Wheeler, col., lot in Marion. of phouacetine daily in a littlo which is showing up bould-or- s For constipation, inject to Joo L. Harris water. Wm. Bamott of vory pure galona, from 10 to warm wator into tho bowels. and Charles W Cartwright, of 300 pounds in woight, at about 10 Union county, interest in land on o ." r Cf foot dopth, is undor option of Zino prices in tl.o .Joplin thoro aro not 6ro unsold in rer-nlt- s . pur-ohascd y, IfK. t r itsu iff1 w n ..'. ;s. ttrrB, pot-assiu- m n, . pur-chas- 1 M itters, n. icon- i prcicrvod nnd pickles, spread a thin coftUng of On Jellies KHz-abot- h PURE REFINED PARAFFINE iicld proof. ruroluaoedrarafflDelialio Ukeful in a doien otber tvajri about lb liuuie. Full directions In tach packtf. Hold everyivbcr. Will keep them bolntclr moUtura and I STANDARD OIL CO. Ji I n thnt point, nio Wood, ool, t r v Jtw,j V" irjri mmw ud ' IM t ii I si ; r clotho8. Whon expostulated with You must imagino a largo portion DEATH AT THROTTLE. tho oilicor said ho know it was ri- of working mon who havo boon diculous but that ho had strict brought up to slouch about with adding: "Thoro's somo mar-rio- d bant shouldors, tospoak in a mum Habits and Customs of Natives. Train ollicors living noar, and I rec- bling, slipshod mannor, to wash Engineer of a Passenger Long Lives and Few Cares. kon thoir womou folks put thorn thoniBoIvos vary littlo, to sloop all Found a Corpse at his Post, up to this." Thoro has boon harm in ono room, with no rogard for LETTER FROM A CRITTENDEN BOY. dono by this modosty of tho ultra ventilation, and to regard thoir so cial horizon as bounded by a littlo Puritan. Ono day last wook passongorsou It n pitv Co . nt times. Its inuro of. a oik Now it must not bo supposed villago or a workshop. Tako a vl I ,' J ' a Knoxvillo and Ohio railrond Taoloban, Leytk, P. l Nov. that all tho mon woar only brooch boy from this class and placo him when such romnrknble opportunities nro presenting tl with tlui 2(5, 15)02. Ed. Prcss: I will begin clouts, but many of thorn do; ma-n- in a regimout of mon of his own train rodo sovoral miles It-so inuoh onsiur and ,t . at tho throttle of riffht in mir trout vnrtld. by asking you to nllow mo a short of tho 'principals and officials' ago, and ho can scarcoly fail to hand of a corpse man atup nv much iusthi-- vthou liu invests n lifu.d .' . spaco in your valuablo paper, tho dross woll on special occasions. profit by tho ofiaugo, inuoh as wo tho ougino. dollars for it six months ,. a Tho train left Bnokoyo, Tomi , Pm:ss, to try to expross to tho vast Tho costumo usually worn consists profit by a collogo oduoation, if number of its roadors what I havo of a whito duck coat with stand- wo havo hithorto boon confinod to on timo, and run through to Uiu A thmm.inil dnllnrs thnf bv or.iinnrv wnrlr wmil.l ... . Whon j soon otor horo. .nvnv ,,.ivj ng ., ()r atrj(in ing collar buttouod oloso around a placo whoro wo havo boon ablo torvillo, tho next station. ' n nR ' ' " through1 , ongineor A. C. Young ran f will sav it is astonishinir how tho nock, whito trousers, whito to soo but a small program of hu panting iirn, r worming tolucco. Its what iinui li.. old those pooplo Jivo to ho, con- - 'canvass shoos, white socks, a puro man lifo. Tho farmor lad moots tho lattor town hroman Matlock fore n CO bvtM on capital aud labor, that $50 invi'3tii,t smoring tno tooti tnoy got to iivo conscience ana clean taco. ah comrados of tho samo ago, and know something was wrong and Wo all know that horo in the city of on; but again, considering tho entire outfit mado to ordor costs from a largo nutnbor of placos, stopped to tho onginoor's sido of tho ongius LIo found Young dead isn't a vacant ntum or tin llict , or a house of an Ki , oaso with which thoy livo, it isn't livo dollars. aud his viows cannot fail to bo J stopped tiioj tho jnil, so astonishing. In tho larger oitios the mon and broadonod by daily contaot with and immodiatoly ntn ho had for love or money. u.unici-palitio- s Tho records of all tho womon dross exceedingly woll con a largo varioty of typos mon who iTR"!' I'nisjKTit iiaaiiiiuu upim us in big chunks aiii . . . Thoro is a wound on , show that tho majority of sidoring tho salaries tho natives aro all undergoing the samo o . imm-ir ii proporiy, uioultii o in in . i i ' and oi vci ' sido of tho oninnoorB deaths aro of pooplo from sixty to rocoivo it is marvolous how woll and who aro all, liko him-solwho 0 lot towmls it ono hundred and thirty years ot thoy livo and dross. Tho prosi-don- t propariug for tho activo lifo tho supposition is that a piece foil You raneinbrr two yours when that thou!' ago. A few childron and iniddlo rocoivos about $25 monthly, which is to follow tho year or two from tho top of a high cut through tho mountains and killed was invostod in tlio itn. Iticr farm, live miles wis aged peoplo dio of disoases, such novor moro; ho is tho most im- of military sorvico. him instantly. Tho train ran Perhaps ou do4,'t kiu.w that that thousand dollars as smallpox, plague, consumption, portant municipal officer, and has In tho army the averago lad lns bori bori or leprosy, and a fow just to maintain tho dignity of his of-- learns many things that prove of porhaps eight milos aftor Young back ovor ninotv-tlv- e tlmuMind dollars in cash. Wi simplj- - dio. fico out of his own pocket. Tho great value when ho subsocjuontly was killod. 'L'liat Si",tKM) was dnj up from a little spnco t'ji-- 1 Tho death rato is very small duo municipal troasurois recoive from applies for a position. Ho has oither to the fact that tho provineo livo to ten dollars por month, tho loamod to koop his body cloan, to "VISITATIONS OF COD." dooj) and jossihiy two liuydrotl yards long, and tho n it was sont to Marion. Nmv put on )our own glassis is unusually healthy, or olso to vice presidents and consejalles, or swim, to fonce, to ride, to be an tho fact that thoro is no drug sloro councilmen recoivo nothing but export gymnast, in short to uso his During 1902 Over in that same hole and u will soo a hundred fn80,000 Perisn or doctors in tho province. what thoir official position gives muscles to excellent adwwitJgo, of that xiiic. oro, which iiic.-ihundrod times mon From Causes Beyond Human So far as I can learn thoio is no thorn, great prostego among tho in a varioty of directions. Abovo' dollars that koep coming horo. Control. particular roason why thoy should pooplo, who rondor thorn tho grea- all no lias acquired the nabit of.i Lastywir, WO'J, we shippetl from this Marion dio at all, nor is thoro any particu- test homago. Tho polico receive closo attention to an order, of neat Tho yoar 11)02 stands without a ovor (n( ),(!()( ),(HK)) fifty million pounds of ore, and it n lar reason thoy should livo, either, from two to five dollars per month noss, of precision in expression; Thoy do not raiso anything to ox-- 1 and out of thoso munificont sala this all is in addition to an oxcol-le- parallel in that class of cnlamitioR covered hnrdlv two yours aire. known as "visitations of God." port and their wants aro so fow ries these ofiioials must maintain Some of us Know its tho riehest lead, zinc and tl common school oducation. Thoso disasters, says tho Glasgow that nothing is imported. Nearly tho dignity of their office. Small Woll, I will mention only ono district in all America, but some of us will near th ,, every man in the province owns as thoso salaries aro thoy aro lar- raoro thing in regard to army lite. Titnus, wore confinod to no partic glaseos that can't v it until the nice easy things an his own houso, and a few square ger than they were previous to Lioutonant General Nelson A. ulars soction of tho civilizod world. Asia and Africa, America from and then any wo mined to do it but didn't got around & yards of land. Tho houses aro American occupancy; around Ma- Milos, commanding General of Alaska to tho anlHrolio circlo-woroa- ll worth anywhere from ono dollar nila especially salaries and wages S. army, who is making a 'Ihmu th Mine chiuice to do things today tl tour of in tho 7.01m of death and were last ywir antl n good many of us to ton dollars, and the land is suf- have advancod enormously. the Philippine Islands, paid this aro acoojlti r s ficient to raiso a years supply of Mount I'oloo and chance. Thogrontost surfnoo Laborers in Manila recoivo from post a visit on Nov 20 Wo had destruction. showing for lead and nco. 25 cents to 50 cents a day, but in compauy's K and M of 11th rogi-o- Mount Soufnero, in tho Carrib 111 tno iiisu-io- i are on mo need arm savs Mr. Tnn s f Just before tho rainy season sets tho provineo tho wages aro 10 ots. the theatres of tho tcmlont of tho Old Jim mine; infantry, and company L 1st in- boa.. so Lawrence Cruco sms'th in the rioo it) planted and it keeps a day with food, or 22 cents a clay ,J,e,n unn ny nfUM' y. fantry, sent horo to help recoivo nn it over -- its big." Fif Over fifty thousand bvo were lost for a lot and 1(HX) the entire population busy for sev without food, and thoy will fall him, aud on dross shares of nonassessable stock is Inn parado tho fivo oral days planting and plowing. ovor each other to got a job at companies made a fine appoaranco from volcanic eruption, unci aer. !lni.ll.l f(ir ,, ?..L.l t i,....: :..i.i onteon thousand v.ctonH ,.ve al. , When the rico is planted tho these rates; the pooplo aro not lazy Retreat was Moro Msrion sounded by the s o ,,ftVe tlia'llo Jon flir t, whole population retire indoors norarotliey physically weak, on before earthquake but fron, brmg,ngjam, shares then roll call, and Dresent; They ,,aUl , and await the ripening of the crop they lack lnoeutivouess. I know then "parado rest." Then thoy tho total loss of hfo fi.jii thebo land and tho ore veins. The mon sit in tho windows and of sixty men working on ono road terrific Buhterranuiii fun-Hup to Fifty dollars for a warrantee deed of a 60lo() ' wore' called to attontion; then tho chow botei nut, and tho women and they work full ten hours a tho astounding inMlnf hixty.Hnviiu broad streets in fa- 11th infantry band played tho fr.mt and nlles in tho roar and Kxx-ocook and weavo a few yards of day and have to walk four miles to thouBand. stock, nonassessable, with a i() acre reservation for,r moiis old Star Spanglod Banner, oloth out of the native hemp, and work. They do very good work But this doos not clour tint nil. ing plant nndSiHX) and tho Post flog was loworod unin oahIj to do the work will all I as rico is the only thing to cook it but have to be watohod closely; ondar of death. Violent winds tho lot owners. til roveilio. does not take up much of tho they aro paid 124 cents a day and Tho commanding general left at dostroyod l.tlOO human beings, and You can find amplication blanks at the Sun oflioo, .M M cook's time or requiro an elabo- feed themselves. floods swept away vS.000. Files iiuiu; uio it leaner omce, lieudorsoii; fl o'clock, P M. li. M. Johnson ( rate kitchen outfit. The mon can not lift much with Well, hoping that tho abovo wero rosponaible for 2,000 deaths Clerk, Prineoton: Demoornt oflico, Mineral Toint, Wi-o- f lhe mon wear what is called a their arms or hands, but can carry inos will bo satisfaotorv to through tho yoar. Altogether, Air. I). ( Hnhertaat Marion. un ovor HO.000 porsons perished dur heavy loads on their shoulders friends who have requested me to their entiro olothing. A gee string Swung to a bamboo stick they write to tho Pkess, I will ohse, ing HK2 from causes beyond hti. is aboufthe size of a handkerchief will trot from San Jose to Sibalorn man control. f for this time by wishing your roa- The women wear but a singlo skirt a distance of six miles, with one When to this record is addod tho dors a happy Now Year. and waist, cut low, and tho child- hundred pounds on their should innumerable host of thoso who Very respectfully, ren go naked, so tho wife doesn't ers, and make the trip in an hour have mot violont deaths in various Wm. W. Wilson-- . havo to do much weaving to clothe and a half. foruiB, tho list is Bwellod to Co. L., 11th Infantry. her family, and this is well, for the What is needed here is an that staggor the mind womon havo at least ono baby ev and sicken the heart. school to teaoh the natives It ia to 0 STOPPED HIS PAPER. ery year, and it would bo rough on some useful trade, so they can fill hoped that tho rooord of doath her if she had to clothe them all. in tho tirno between crops. Their Once upon a time a man uot tablished in 1902 will long rum inn Thoy don't requiro clothos in this planting and gathering doesn't mad at tho editor and stopped Ii ib unsurpassed. couutry and tho mothers nro o consume a month's timeout of tho paper. The next wook ho cold his A SENSATI0N-PHEN0- M. to lot children dress as thoy year. corn for four centB holow tho mardo. When 1 think of my boyhood Thoro isn't a hotel or boarding ket price. Then his proporiy whb Morgaufiold has a Bonsution. days and how 1 hatod to put on a houso in the province; but no ono sold for taxes because he didn't plionom in tho porson of a young clean starched shirt, I regrot that could be kinder or more hospita- road tho sheriffs sales. 1I was gontloman named Dent. In the 1 wasn't a Filipino boy. ble than tho people of tho prov-inc- arrested too and lined $8 for going past fow montliB he has inhoritod I nevor dropped a nickel in tho In one town thoy wont so hunting on Sunday simply a fortuno, has been hold up by Sunday school plate for tho poor, far as to kill tho pig with tho gol- he didn't know it was Sun-da- footpads, asaaultod by burglars, benighted heathen but what I felt don crown, tho only pig in the aud paid $.K)0 for a lot of roBcued maidons by tho score from sorry for the heathen. T thought neighborhood, and sorvo him in forged iiotoa that had beon ndver- - perils mostdiro, and wo confidont-l- y REAL ESTATE. WESTERN KENTUCKY FARMS. U of what 1 might be helping to our honor. MONTHLY PAYMENT LOTS FOR INVESTMENT. WESTERN used two weeks and the public oxpoct to hear in tho noxt fow KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE JOURNAL AND PRICE LIST bring him to and pictured him Woll, I will now write about cautioned not to nogotiato thorn. months of his being captured by FREE TO EVERYBODY. SEND FOR IT. caro free and happy in unstarched something in rogHi'd to tho lifo of IIo thou paid a big Amorican with outlaws, holding up a atapo coach breech clout and with no Sunday an Amorican soldier, or F.DGAR W. WHITTEMOR.E. Pilurnh.' at I have a foot liko a forgo hammer to kick and eventually proving to bo Win. school lessons to learn, and T long- come to tho conclusion about him all tho way to tho nowBpapor Patterson or Pat Crowe. Princo- array ed to be a benighted heathen, and lifo. For example: When Fritz office, whoro ho paid four years in ton Loader. T don't know but what my youth-fu- l has finished his year or two of mi advance, and made tha aditnr hIoii ipfflDssascacsssicfeiixi x21l "' 0" desiro has been granted. My litary training do you euppoao he nu "groemont to knock him down MAMMOTH EAGLE. .. 1. ... i. dear school teacher had u false iu'jkb tuacK upon tuoso years as and rob 1.:... if ho ovor ordered liis idea about heathen clothes and wastou.' iNot at all. I do not paper stopped again -- San Fran-oisc- o Mr. A. M, Wigginton, propne-to- r decency. of tho Kolsoy hotol of Kolsey speak now for a man of ospooially Chronicle. Ky., has n most intefesting Travolors and missionaries aio sonsitivo constitution or for a s A Scientific 1 alroady boginning to make trouble of bird in tho way of a largo Discovery. pianist or painter whose ovor here, by foroing the natives life demands constant practice at HKodol does for the stomach that which black oaglo. Tho bird is about six to wear clothes. Only recently in his profession. Hero wo aro deal-in- g it is unable to do for itelf, ovon whon months old and moaaures 7 foot For Teethlnp- - Bablci Manila, a little nativo boy about 5 with the great mass of Amori but slightly disordered or overloaded. from tip to tip. Ho was shot in Kodol suppiioH the natural Juices of di- tho wing years of ago was arreBted by a six cans who roach the ago of Summfj and slightly woundod by oigh- - gestion and doos tho work of thoHtomm-Etc. a gentleman about two milos from six foot policeman, with rifle and teen without much idea of what relaxing tho nervous tension, while tho Kolsoy a fow weeks ago. Mr Wig bayonet, and taken to tho guard thoir THE DEST ON EARTH. career is to bo, and with vory inilamed musuloaof thdt onran nrmili.iw od to rest and ileal. Kodol digests what ginton soourod the bird and has a houso for nothing olso than g limited knowledgo of the world, you oat and enables tho Htomm-' IB. ..ml coay homo for him, 50c Ho has a 1w&& L PRICE, on tho beach in his native's or the digestivo organs to transform all food hookod .,1 best way to ouccood in it, bill about threo inches into ncn, reu uioou long, and his claws will easily Famous at homo for Guaranteed to Contain LIFE IN PHILIPPINES. Everybody Don't Dse or-dor- s, the Same Kind of Gin r It v s r and'rHn i ,,,, . " riht .hn oxpo-rionc- f, tii ,,,,.! 1 tht . 4 1 ir ! n no 1 J - .... nt 1 l. ,. , .,; 1 trutii-potor- t,m tt.r ,,5 f WHITTEMOl por-portio- I -- son-sibl- ! e. be-caii- y, Real Estate Agency - 1 HARPER PTTTt?Vmf McGEE'S tal-onto- dj Bpe-cio- jWfflSKyo BABY ELIXII Diarrhoea, complaintSi pad-filin- h -- 'WrwyWElSjm or 25c. and Opium, GROWN 'fi5ff&a?JS?2E fciaT:ssK22SL-- . ep "?.?ravroc gAvmr Grove's TficfoWc j .vmltHniJ.T. t. " rtn ivM: - - 5 measure four inohos. Ho is vry tiorco and quarrelsomo. nnd whtm shot at the ago of about 'A imomiIih ho was eating a aixty pound py which ho had slain honnolr Wigginton vnluos tho b n voir highly Princottiit Chi node; GoiKnvitions p,mt; I?nmo in now nil I tho World. i I I M I iro GOOD FOR PEOPi ,r FOR SAl.tc VW1, D HARRfOAN. j Uio Majdeld Medicine Mlj. Co., lncoip"1 MYfUll., Hr , AND T lOUH "1 uiuiir.fvuarii .t ;.- 'mil .. ...-- . (. - sjJt -- Let' r? KENTUCKY NEWS. Gas V 1 ! GENERAL N'tWS. Commissioners Sale I I ' ff ''tl. J j ' 'Ud !..; 'i r rt. Eastorn Kontuoky produces two thirds of all tho sorghum molnsses Bold ih tho northern markets. The claiming to ho from In- orop in Groonup county ihig yenr miptod tobribo grand ju- is ostimatod at two thousand barlliddlo to divulgo, iho rels nnd sovoral Sandy Valley thatHonrj Youteoy Iiub countioB will produce a Inrger coro tiiB trranu jury m amount. worn nn diod nonr Hop- nt Iho ngo of' 110 yours. Judge William R. Day, former Secretary of State, may bo appointed an Associate Justico of tho Supreme Court to susceod .TubHco Shires, who will soon rotiro. Germany has sent to tho Unitotl States an offioial nolo donying tho rumor that the Govornmout was negotiating for tho Panama canal franchise eithor from Colombia or through tho Fronoh company. Tho official figuros show that i,7U porsono lost thoir lives ond that 3tf,lll Iiousob woro dostroyod as a result of tho xocont earthquake nt Andijan, in Hussion Tur kestan. ' Mntthowu, of Somorsot, Assistant boorotarv of mdor Culob Powors, tins itatomont in rognrd to Iho ition of Gov. Willintn Llo names W. 9. Taylor, uFipIeyi Henry E. YoutBoy Julton, nnd Whnrton Ool- ptho tnon rosponsiblo for At Uopkinsville Thursday morn iug, Tom Forbes, nged 14, shot nnd killod his mint, Miss Mary Phipps, who was ohoking tiis inothor, Mrs. Sophia Whitman, to death. Tho dond woman had beon Airs, Whitman crazy for yoars. by romonstrating with nngorod hor hor for doBtroyiug her clothes and or conspiraoy. Mntlhow lms told nil ho knows to mmonwoalth's Attorney. krossod tho boliof that Co- rors is innocout, though ho that othors than thoso ho Ltnuy novo iiguiod in tho racy. tho attack followed. Chairman Burton of tho hoiiflo A strong oltort is boing made and rivers nnd harbors nommittoo to provont tho hanging of Earl Whitney aud Claude O'Urion, the boys who imirdorod A. B. Chinn, nt Loxiugston, whilo trying to rob his rosidonco last Docombor. Both woro Bontoncod to bo hanged Fob-runr- y 18, but tholr cases have beon nppoalod, nnd n stay of oxooution OHicors of the wil1 ,)0 Brftntod( TonnosBoo roform sonooi, wnere Whitnoy Borvod a term have offer-o- d ovidonco of a good reputation whilo ho was thore. Ilnydon, of Hopkinsvillo, nouotiatiiiL' with Kiistoru lists for tho sale of about ror J o,000 acres of tfno ooal states omphntically that thoro is no hope nt this sossiou of congross ofseouring tho desirnd S200.000 appropriation for making a survey of tho Ohio river, with a vtow to channel all creating a nino-foo- t the year round. .situated in Hopkins and inn counties, also all ooal fof tho Carboudalo Coal Coin Jb t ,!.:.. vyiu uuiiumu, iiuwniun ui n...un...i..i.. It is known what course Interand of tho Crabtroo Coal nal Rovenue Commissioner Yerkes Both will tnke toward the Republican f, Hopkins county. t inos aro among tho iargosi gubernatorial nomination, dui section. Pricoa of ooal Sonator Doboe says positively range from $20 an aero up. that tho Commissioner will not be I ay don is also on a big deal H cnndtdnlo for the office. "It is ownors in Hopkins ovv cortnin," said the Senator, irgo laud ly, out as yot imvo not dooi. "tlmt Mr. Yorkes will not mane tod. Tho Gordon Laud Com- - the race. do not know who will '.of Mndisouvillu linn options bo nominated, but I think Judge ut 8,000 acros of lino coal DuRolIo is tho strongest man the situated near Bakorport, Kopublicons of tho State can put .ins county, and thov are alBo' u!. Ho is stronger in Louisville filiating with Eastorn capital- - than WHboh, and I believe he can bo oloot. f (or tho solo of thoso landf. u. . 1 1 a a A Lieut. Govornor Jamos fl. Till- man, ot ooatn uarouua, suoi ana perhaps fatally woundod Editor N. G. Gonzalos, of tho Daily Stato at Columbia. The shooting is supposod to havo boon caused by attacks mode on Tillman somo months before, during a political campaign, and which Tillman had not previously rosented. ITSEY ACCUSES According to the testimony of tho anthracite mine owners the condition of the miners is so pleas-an- t and profitable that we wonder a Letter to why tho owners do not give away Rich'irdsonin His Homi Paper. thoir holdings and get jobs in the mines ns wielders of piok and i 9 : HOWARD. sliovol. with these terms. End, Salino county, Illinois, pun- promptly W. CRUCE, Commissioner. L. ished hor(.)yoar old son last wook for playing with a gun. Why don't you use Pratt's Food? Shortly CociiitAN & Bakek. aftorward tho boy who was wild with angor, pickod up the weapon and coolly shot his mother, indictThousands Saved By ing a fatal wound. Assho lay dying DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY she callod tho boy to her and talked to him, and in a lit of remorse This wonderful medioina posihas ho again Buizod tho gun nnd shot tively oures Consumption, Coughs The Treasury Department Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneulearned that to a certain oxtent himsolf through tho head, dying monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, Tho mother expired a alien girls and women aro being instantly, Hoarseness, Soro Throat, imported into this country for im- few hours lator, Croup and Whooping Cough. Every bottlo guaranteed. moral purposes. AnefTort will bo No Tho auxioiibly looked fonsteam-o- r Cure No Pay. Prloe 50o.&$l. made to nave womou inspectors St, Louis reached her pier at Trial bottlo free. meet incoming ships nnd warn Now York Saturday fivo days over suoh visitors as to tho oharaotor duo, Tho passengers wero all anof the houses where they are going gry and censured tho company, practically all of thosi rooontly claiming tho agents knew that tho imported being undor tho impres- ship's boilors wero defootivo besion that they had been engaged fore tho voyago was begun, but for honest employment, novertholoBB asaqrod thorn the YV Crittenden Circuit Court Ky. RbiyML kSal rjwbt. BR cictiosi V. Blue Executor of J. fc VCV 11 hMiW.U t9&7 Tho condition, of Editor N. G. J. W. Blue, Sr. Plaintiff'' Do0'1' fZ'JL K T9ff llruuneuul II Auainst Gonzales, who was shot at Col urn. II iy7 Hprioeoa p F.J. . Defendant II bottom HB bia.S. '0., by Lieul. Gov. Tillman, By Jmbodon, fn Judgment n virtue v and Order is improving. of baU of the Critteuden Circuit Court, rendered at tho November term thereof , I1K)2. Ill tllrt HlKJVfl CHllHO for thn unm of Tu what ho turmod his last xm.,me?Am.TR?r.e-9.5.H..H with interest at tho rato of 0 per boforo tho anthrioito striko cent, por annum from tho nth dnv of commiBflion, ProBidont Miloholl l'obruary. 100.1. until nnirl. ami iin on costs hmein, 1 ahuil proceed declared that nonunion minora had sale nt tho court house door to ollor inr in Marion been doooyud boforo tho commis. rnrJTvT "'H""1"- "iuer, ai AIT ' TION, on Monday sion as witnesses on tho promisos llMKt, nt I o'clock p.thethorday of Feb. ' m , thereabout, of tho oporotora of higher wogos. (bein CJourtday,) uj)on n credit of hix months the following described propertv Ho also naked that tho JJ.OOO idlo UNION MADC. A certain tract or parcel of land I NotUt t'ncrialt eflain in tablt litrm ! minora in tho authraoito field bo Mtuated in Crittenden county, Ky., on MOl0741.log r.lrl. tho waterH of Trndevvator river and' put to work. 808,18 ralm. i aim iMiunded as follows: Beginning at a nop lar to a survey formally mado for Jer ' 1 ,850,764 Paffg. Both tho Houso and Senate pass miah Wilnon, running thenco S 2, J! 22 lflOl 1,506,720 Pairs. ed tho bill providing for a robato lKles to a Hpanish oalc and Dogwood, ineiicuo hk ii, in Kied to n Tost oak Butlnt Mora Than DouUtd In four ttars. of dutioB on foroign ooal for ono nnd Spaninh nnn, thenco N 20 K 00 THE REASONS i iwlos W. Ii. JAotiKlax makf n nnd stllii more men's yoor, and with an nraondraont b7, W to n double black oak. ihi.twi, V SH.iCand J3.50 ihoe thnn unyotlior two man 88 ixili'R to two black oaks, corner ufiturcr lnihrt world. practically placing anthracite on to paid WilMon h former survey, thence XV U Douglaii 33.00 nnd t3ZO ihot, placed with Bldo with J5.00 it otherby Hide aro found and (6J0O shoes ot tho freo list. Tlio Houbo Judiciary poles the lino ofb mid tmrvm- Hi',. to the tnake, to b jutt as good. ginning, containing 20 Thoy will outwear two pairs ot ordinary Committeo introduced a radical acrea more or leetw. Tho coal and other ' 83.00 and S3.G0 auoos. minerals underlying samo is hereby ro I Madt of tho best leathers. Including Patent roBolution asking authority to Corona Kid, Corona Colt, and National Kangaroo. aerved with tho right to entor upon said Er !.(. RUrk Cnl. with tho objoot of tho land and prospect and mine for same, or) f.t rlrDoubIm ul lltri"Otlt Hull Xlne" w. Zb SCOO dira uo exjuauea si asj pnc. sulllciant thereof to produco thn sums of United Slatos Govornmont taking monoy so ordered to be Huaesl.y inull S5r.Ktrn. CntnlOBfVre. mado. For tho ntrA'ymMtifrftMiiMaH possession of all coal mines nnd purchase price th purchaser with approved security or securities, must mn- SOLD ONLY BY transportation facilities on tho cutobond, boariDg legal interest from the day of Hal until paid, and having grounds of urgout uocossity. th force and effect of a Judgement. Mrs. Frank Tuokor of Wost Biddors will b prepared to comply MARION, KY. I i fl II JiP' jTfi"'mSX. tisrt - 'Kfi. lKvV BoutlM 8toreVl nd 'he brt MBvV ixx 11(r Kfltb. KEJi f HiHW'n 1 ro-mar- tp-wt- t: WW ) k'l 1:1 UK ft 1 - IV. I f.ft. GUS TAYLOR BEST LINIMENT 0NEARTH & f Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Water Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes: "I bavo tried many kinds of liniment, but havo nevor rocoived much benefit, until I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains. I think it tho best linimont on oarth." 26c, 50c and $1.00 lottlo at H. K. Woods & Co. CASTOR A I For Infants and Children. The Kind You Hays Always Btsfht Signature of Kl FaM f F- tf.l M Cs4tf&ii X i; lr 'K'.s: i;? M-- Will Furnish You a Home Either In Marion or in the County. ! that After mature deliberation Pres- voyago would be made in the usuident Roosevelt has dooided that al timo. Many threaten to bring suit. In n recent loiter Hufua Wright, of buiotition. III., said: In tho fall of Citizona of tho territories aro 1803 I was attacked with bowtl consumpIndignant bocaiHO tho republican tion. I was rapidy reduced to a moro skeleton. I tried a number of romodlcs kiinjoriiy in congroBS win noi fo"j without relief; thon I tried Hill's Sped-lithe platform pjedgo to admit tho and boforo ouo bottlo was takon I was Would entirely well and feel that I owe my lifo territories to Btatohood. tho territorial citi'.ons have tho to Hill's 8Kclilc. Price 25 ceuta at all y, o p VlOiaiO an uurium ijjvuu- - stores in tlio county. Cavo-ln-ltoc- public office he forgot to mention that their offioial duties usually oallod them away from their home statos. Mr. T. Thomas Fortune Ho sayB Youtaoy'a statomontB of Now York is in Hawaii. lurks tho boginning of tho ond of iu murdor plot. Keop your stock healthy by using Pratt's Food. BRYANISMS. Coojiban & Bakbu. Tho mon who havo tho monoy lay ocoan cablos do not soom to CURED OF BOWEL CONSUMPTION. grontly in foar of Marconigrnph Fraukfort, Ky., Jan. 15. Prison unmissionor J. M. Hiohnrdson, a lottor to his homo paper, tho Insgow Ttmos, Bays louisoy uaH id baro tho Goobol conspiracy id has said that Jim Howard ted tho fatal shot. Whon President Roosevelt point od to the faot that lie had appointed Bovoral northern negroes to e dent by keeping a platform pledgor l An Ohio minister compliments Pugilist Oorbott on boing a tluont tilkor. But, thon, most pugihstB aro. In the Matter of Style and beauty of design, the d most costly chain you could buy is no better than otic of all-gol- Thoso pooplo who oomplnin tho minors rofutod to work on Now Year's day aro tho pooplo who insistod that tho initio ownors hod a porfoot right to do as thoy plon8od with thoir own, In other words, a man's proporty is snored, a man's labor is meroly a public convonionco, according to thoir logic. If southorn popors will rofrain from commonting in tho lntost Koilsas lynching for nbout six woeks longor tho ropublicnn pnpors in tho north will feol moro liko throwing spnsms of indignation ovor Bimilar ntTnirs in tho south. lo Watch Chains The best made ; gold-fille- d Simmons chains they're absolutely guaranteed. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY LEVI COOK has co mo to pasts that tho man who purloins n buokot of coal oan insist upon boing tried under the ohargo of grand larcony. If the present stato of affairs continues mu ok longer the coal .thief can pose as it "cnplam of industry, " It Jeweler ing this period that tho story of "A Royal Slavo" is laid. Tho load ing oharaoters aro of tho proud old Castilian stook of tho aristo-orati- o families of Mexico, and tho Royal Slave himself, El Aguila, Tho Eaglo is tho last doscondant of tho Moutozumas, tbo nnoiont Azteo kings, but himsolf a peon, or slave, of the family DeOro. His ia a splendid lifopioturo of n rnco now soarooly moro than a moraory and is a strango combination of f milo About 200 acres about bolow mouth of Tradowator river, on tho Ohio rivor, 100 and "looalo" aro finely carried cultivation (twonty acres in good stato of "THE ROYAL SLAVE." acres good river botout by tho bountiful soouory and tom) remainder in timber. Three room framo houso, orchard, good pocan orchNo period in tho romanco-likolabornto ooatuinoa. It is a play ard. Prico 81500; cash, balance in history of Mexico is moro inter-estin- g that an auditor will long remom-bo- r 1, 2, 3 and 1 years, at (5 por cent interposes. than tho short and brilliant with pleasure whon tho cheap est. reign and roetoor like fall of tho oatchponny performances are for- For further particulars write to us or call It is dur gotton. Soo this play at tho opora Emperor Maximilian. If you havo proporty for sale, we will sell houso Thursady night, one-halo 1-- Resolutions donouncing the City Property. oompan' woro passed by tho passengers. Tho company agents deA franio house of 7 rooms, ny thoy could havo foreseen the two lots, in the city of Marion. Two good wells and outbuildings. Offered, condition Qf the boer, at a prico that will soil it. J. P. Morgan testified at the House of ft rooms, pantry, double vefirst day's hoaring beforo the In- randa, two wolls, good stablo, buggy houso nnd terstate Oommorce Commission, in of ground, smoke houso; nearly 3 acres 1&T feet front; ground lays Now York of tho complaint of tho well; good fences and proporty in splenthe situated just Kontucky Railroad Commission, did repair;limits of Mariqn.outside of low. Prico corporate cash, balance ono, two that tho law had not been violated Terms cent, interest. by tho alleged morger of thoTj. and three years, at 0 per A little church iu Pouusylvania recently celobrated tho ono thou, and N, and Atlantio Coast Line railroads. Tho star witness de Farming Lands. sand millionth minuto sinco the scribed tho deal for tho L. andN. 7J1 acres more or less, 4 miles coming of Christ to oarth. In nn f stock and declared his company of J. E. Dean's; Go ncrcs' in good north state article on "Piorpont Morgan, His bolioved clangor to tho Southorn of cultivation, of which about 0 acros is houso of 4 rooms, 2 lino creek Advisers and His Organization," railroad interests lay in tho control cisterns, 1 bottom;good barn, fine apple well, of tho road by tho Gates Ho John Brisbin Walker montions Baid his oompany boliovedpool. wise and poach orchaid. A spiondid little it price 8450; easy terms. that Mr. Rookofollor is popularly to put tho stock out of tho way of farm; lying supposed to control ono thousand speculators and in Bafo hands and 171 acros,33 acreson the wators of Crook-o- d in timber, 12(3 acres in creek; million dollars, and that ono thou theroforo transferred it to tho At- good state of cultivation. Frame house of four rooms, plenty of sand million dollars would ropro. lantio Coast Lino Company'. In good orchard and stables. stock iswater, This a rotum for tho JiOO.OOO Bhnros sent the labor of ten thousand iniloa from Marion, closo farm, in bonds and $10,000,000 men sinco Christ's coming to oarth ia cash wore roceivod by Morgau to school house and church. Price low; terms easy. oaloulatod at tho avorago scalo of & Co. Mr. Morgan denied that '200 acres, moro or loss, in Marion prewages paid during tho paot two tho Southorn railway evor had any cinct No. 3, six miles from Marion, 1 4 miles from Mattoon. house thousand years. In tho samo num- idea of buying the road, aud said of 4 rooms; good stables andbarn; 130 ono purposs of his company in ber of tho Cosmopolitan a very in- gettiugtho L. and N. out of the acres elearou; all in good stato of cultivation; 70 acros timber; good teresting calculation is mado as to Gates control was to proteot J. P. otock water; twoinsmall tenant well nnd houses. what the one thousand milliono Morgan it Co's intorosts in tho This can bo mado ono of tho best farms Tho hoaring will be in Crittenden county. Prico exceedingwould accomplish in tho hands of Southorn. ly low; easy tonus. coutinuod. a thoroughly ambitious man. two-ator- y ono-thir- d 35,-000,0lo 1-- .Judge W. H. Tftft shall remain in the Philippines as Civil Govornor. The President is moved to this decision because of tho numorous protests against a ohango from prominent Filipinos and Gov.Taft also, has come to btdiovo that it is beet that he should temporarily, at leant, forego his ambition to bo- oome a morauer ot ma unueu States Supreme Court. JUST READ OUR LIST: 373 acres near Baker, about ten miles from Marion on Weston and Marion road, 1 miles from Mattoon; 200 acres in cultivation, balance in timber; most cf land in creek bottom; an overlasting spring and good wells; houso of 4 rooms. Will soil at a low prico on easy terms. Fine mineral prospects. 400 acres near Rodney, in two tracts, of 200 acres each, will sell single or to gether; 250 acros in cultivation, 150 in timber; 12 miles from Marion; mail route; near school houso and churches, well watered, good fences, 4 big barns; one C room hojso, ono 3 room house; land is rich. Will sell for 83,600 for all, or 1 tract 81G00, ono 82,000. Easy terms. About 300 acres, 200 acres in a good state of cultivation, balance iu timber. Two story frame houso of seven rooms two orchards, two tenement houses, thrco barns, ono 70x40 ft; good stable. On Bells Mines and Weston road, 1 miles from Weston, land lying on Camp creok, nbout 50 acres lino creek bottom. This is ono of tho best farms in Crittenden county. $5,000; easy terms. 227 acres of lino farming laud on tho Tradowator river in Crittenden county, near Rodnoy, aud miles from Sullivan; 100 acres cleared, balancoin lino timber; CO to SO bushels of corn to the aero raised on this land. Two splendid, everlasting springs; thrco comfortable tenant houses; will sell on easy terms. Persons desiring a lino farm at n low prico will do well to see this land. For further particulars call on Bourland & Walker. 230 acres, 1 mile south of Sheridan, on Wallaco Ferry road. Will bo sold as a wholo or divided into two farms; 140 acros on West side of Wallaco Ferry rond and 110 acres on East sido of road. Tho West sido has lo? houso ot 6 rooms, ovorlasting water; 7 acrea timber, remnindor in good stato of cultivation; 2 springs and cistern. East side 3 room houso, stablo, cistern, 80 acres tillable 30 acres timber. This farm is lo. cated in tho mineral belt, only 1J miles from tho "Old Jim" zinc minb. It is worth tho prico for agricultural pur- two-stor- i a&' P.i I ' ,A .&' Jf f i 1 'J Two-stor- y 4 U Ms. STB. at Press Office it tor you. marww. kv poor, con, Notice. To whom it may concorn: I am proparing to leave Marion in a fow weeks and must oolloot what is duo mo. Floaso don'tjjwait for mo to coll on you. Yours vory truly, W. J. J. Paris. 2v NOTICE. BOURLAND & WALKER, 'S'niiiiifreiSiSitititniiiiaiiBin.aiaii8ienwiit tm t ; ittersVl - tip t is H..TT!k. iAt('uAM Relieves Instantly, Cures Quickly L a tatural : remedy, nneral ot." jp MARION, KY. kingly majesty, gentlo tondornoss, All parties knowing thomsolves indebt- J, R. and lion liko fiorconoss a splon-di- d od to tho estnto of Dr. to call Clark, at the ofllco aro roquosted barbarian. of W. II. Clnrk nnd make natisfactorv The company io a spiondid onolBOttienient. Mits. N, M. CtARK, Admrx, w. throughout, ami tho atmosphere d, M BURNS, IT COOLS. SORG MUSCLES, SWELLINGS and INFLAnflATlONS. Gcod for that Sore Feeling. CUTS, BRUISES, IT SOOTHES. IT CURES. Ill cniltfv, ? .i u.: t iMiiif ionn Knnfipa 26c 60c & $1.00 Bottles. p jjfrtnnm nn Atallgood Drwrzists. SK'Htumums $m i minaJ hMMM "'nrz ci- Tyij - 4pprMk.awnWMl. ' i j i ji, mil IMMW4BMM Will II fl SKlpe ffcs Ollio Bigger Than tho Ship. HEAD BLOWN OFF. a mmnmmwmmmmmnmmmmnwm (Specinl to tho Louisvillo Times.) Washington. Jan. 19. "It's Con-gros- R. 0. WALKER, - Publisher WALTER WALKER, Manager. OBITUARIES: Not oxcoedlng 10 lines All will bo published froo of charge over 10 lines nt B cents por line. KFSOLUTIONS OP RESPECT:-$1.- 00 ANNOUNCEMENT. s good thing I was olootod to Livingston County Men Quarrel instoad of to the navy," Over Children and One Kills Ollie Roprosontativo-oloo- t the Other. Jatnos with a groat hoavo of satisfaction at broakfast this morning. "Why's that?" inquired Shorloy of Louisvillo, who sits in tho front row of tho kindorcarton class of legislators. "Woll, horo is a man namod Simouton," said James, "who was oloctod to the navy in tho physicians' olass. Now thoy cnu't givo him his job bocauso he is so big o thoy cannot got him into a boat. That rominds mo that whon I first camo horo I wanted to go on ono of tho excursions on tho submarine boat whioh had just been accoptod by tho depart- Tho captain said I could inent. not go. "Why can't I go?" says 1, just a bit wrathy, for 1 know it would go hard with mo in my district if it becamo known that they would not lot mo do things othor Con gressmen were doing. "You can't go because yon are bigger than tho ship,' said tho captain, and I guess he was right too. I lookod down at tho hole whero they wore getting in and, honestly, t don't behevo I could stick one of my feet in it. It seems to mo though tor-pod- New Years THE MURDERER ESCAPED. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We nre nuthorized to announce T. EVERETT BUTLEK a onndidato for Roprosentatlvo from Crittenden and Livingston countios in tho next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to tho action of tho Democratic ShorilT Busli and County Jailor Throlkold arrivod in Paduoah and gavo tho uows of n horriblo tragedy that ocourred oight milos bolow Greeting in ! party. Smithland. Somo time Monday Jamoa Cow-o- n and Warnor Woodard, both living in Livingston county, bo-ca- Wo aro ghul that wo aro in business beginning of the good year of A. D , 1003. Marion apprct-ia- j J Wo FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Wo are authorized to announco JOSEPH C. 130UHLAND, a candidnte for the Republican nomina tionfor Circuit Court Clerk of Crittenden county. Wo are authorized to announce CHARLES A. MOORE, a candidato for the Republican nomina tion of Circuit Court Clerk of Critton- don county, involvod in a cjuarrol ovor Fultou county is to have 20,000 court houso. a now That turnpiko to Salom is an enterprise that must not fail. When our now postoffico building comes, wo will nood a now courthouse. Owousboro gets tho next State Fair; a guarantee of $17,500 was raised by that oity. It If they think Ollie is n big man when they look at him, they will know that he is a whopper when they hear from him. ill' t rj ? t i The county judge will do somo work on tho public roads this year Strange Tale from Lyon County. and wo had as well make up our Rocontly Mr. Zaoh Cash, whilo minds to get out the shovel and coming to the city, saw in tho Now the hoo. Bethel road near the residenco of Everett Butler won the Demo- Thos. Gr. Jones, a genuine "what cratic Legislative nomination on is it," says the Eddyville Tnle of "llowery beds of ease." He is a Two Cities. line young man and his party can Mr. Cash at first thought it a trust him. large gray fox. But as it drow into the If Senator Deboe will get us ently road in front of him; apparwithout tho slightest fear, it flint fift.w i1innnnnrl fnr n nnntnffin larger and assumed the gen- building, we will all join in ,unk.grovv of a wild dog, but ing his one "grand fra "ad heavier shoulders, and gallop- ' sweet song." ed along as defiantly and insolenly iv uui to urumuii canuiutuus ias a uvena intent in ins native from spending money for cam- state. But it had a longer tail paign purposes is ono of tho odd- than a hyena. ities before the Virginia legislaThe boys hunting at night horo ture. It would be as diffioult to aDouts nave encountered n mpns- unforco thib sb it is to make pro- tor that has at once stricken their hibition prohibit. It's good, if dogs with abjoot fear and the dogs practicable. have slunk back to thoir master's Our old friend Mark Worten is feot and refuse to hunt again for tho night. One huntsman reports a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's that he saw the glassy and raven-ou- s eyes of the monster. Attorney in tho Paducah district. He seems to Btand fully throo Mark was born and roared in Livingston county, and that of itself feot from his toes to his withers. stamps him aa a loyal Democrat, Another suspicious fact is tho exbesides he has been doing service tinction of hogs and sheep bolong-in- g to tho farmers of the locality. for his party for twenty years. Ho Tom Molloy reports tho loss of at is an able lawyer and a true man. least a hundred pigs that he canA Chicago grand jury indicted not account for. forty-fiv- e coal meichants, chargIt has been suggested that some ing "conspiracy to do an illegal of tho North Christian wolf pack act injurious to tho publio," in tho ha ro strayed off down here. raising of the price of coal. Won-do- r if any of the trust magnates, Refuses to Advance injunction. who do iho same thing in othor lines every day in tho year, were Tho court of nppeals overrulod mombers of tho grand jury. tho motion of Attorney Ray to ndvanco and dookot tho Meaohem meetstheTresTdent. injunction suit against tho DemMonday morning ('ongressman-oloo- t ocratic state exooutivo committee. Ollio James was introduced This aotion sots nt rest any furto Prosidont Roosovelt by Con- ther proceedings in the case. gressman South Trimble. "You Tho Meaohem people say the aro an appropriate size for a Meloan suit will now bo substituBaid tho President to tho ted us a bar to the pioposod state The Kentucky con- primary. conge8sman. gressman spent several minuteB Allie Young is expected to call chatting with the Chief Exeoutivo. a meeting of the exooutivo e shortly to arrange for a home-coming thoir children, whon Cjwoii discharged both barrels of a shotgun at Woodard, completely blowing his hoad otf. Of courso ho was instantly killed. Cowon thou soourod a skiff and loft, comitig down tho Ohio rivor toward Paducah. Tho news was token to tho shor-if- f of Livingstou county Monday night aud ho and Jailor Throlkeld woll armed, startod out for Paducah, reaching thoro on ono of tho Paducah and Evansvillo paokots at 10 p. in. Monday. Woodard's hoad was literally Cowan is torn off his shoulders who had loen do- they might let the doctor ohap a shanty-boato- r ing work on the farm of Woodard. servo on a battlo ship," continued James, who has groat sympathy Cowon livod in Paducah until last for tho troubles of big men. "I fall. Tho Livingston county officials am going to look that man up and expressed thoir opiuion that the Porhaps see if I can help him. wo can make him a health officer murderer did not stop at Paducah on tho Rio Grande frontier. but floated on down the Ohio, and Thoro ought to be room for him tho officers loft for Cairo. there." ve trado that came our way during tho 'past yoar. always strive to givo HH) cents worth of ccoods for every Wo know of no better indue lar you spend with us. to ollnr you and of no higher aim to niako in the buj life. When you aro in need of anything in our line, it allbrd us pleasure to serve you on tin's basis, lanso lino of We car Furniture, Building Lumber, Windows, Window Glass Paints and Oils. calls. Yours truly, Doo Wc hove a complete slock of Coffins, Casl A neat hearse Burial Robes and Slippers. fuucral occasions, and give prompt attention to TOWN OFFICIALS Boston, Walker & 0 We arc glad to announce that MR. FRANK DODGE For Dycusburg Appointed by County Judge Towery. is with us this year , . fPPane County Judge Towery a few days ago appointed the following oity officials for Dycusburg: Trustees F. D, Rainage, E. M. Dalton, A. H. Humphreys, G. M. Yanoy and James Bonuett. LATE NEWS DISPATCHES. Police Judge J. T. Yatos. Wednesday Mr. Gus Graves The Hon. James P. Clark m presented a petition to the court defeated tho Hon. James K. Joiich asking tho appointmeutf of tho old for United Stntos Senator from board, Messrs. F. B. DycuB, A. S, Arkansas. I Hollowell, J. 0. Walters, M. B. two 1iou8ob of tho Now Charles and Dr. T. L. Phillips. Tho York Logoslaturo seleoted Thos.j to Raises Meter Rates. 0. PiattStatessucceed himself as; Senator. United 1 UUUUUiUUUiUtmUUUUlUUUUUUUUUJtiil mirnnmrnmrnimmnroti At a recent mooting of tho stock holders of tho Marion Electric Light and Ice Company, it was found that nt tho present ralo the meter system wos not proving profitable to tho company, and it was decided that tho minimum rato of ohargea for tho motors shall bo Two Dollars on all bills after Jan. 1st, 1903. The Court of Appeals overruled tho motions for rohearing of tho appoals in tho Powers and How. ard cnaos, and tho accused will ho triod again in tho lowor court. j I Senator Utloy, of the third sonatorial district, composed of the counties of Calloway, Livingston, Lyon and Trigg, is a candidato for -' , All electric light bills mi'st bo paid by the tenth of each month. The manager will call on overy patron onco and oxpocts prompt settlement. He can not call several timos. His oflico is on Main stroot, ono door south of Clifton's. Marion Electric Light & Ice Co. CARD OF THANKS. pat-ronago Representative Orumpacker introduced in tho House a resolu-- ' tion calling upon tho Postmastor Gonoral for all information aud correspondence bearing on tho la R. F. Marion, Hayne Kentucki postoffico affair. At a oonforonco of health offi- - I thank my friends for thoir Kon-tuokian- ," GONZALES DEAD. ffif f 'LM 'I N. G. Gonzalos, editor of tho Columbia S. C. State, who waB shot by Tillman, diod Monday. All Columbia paid tribute to tho dead editor. Tillman soomed unmoved whon told of tho death of his victim. Lieut-Governor WILL NOTBE A CANDIDATE. hi r . for tho past throo years. 1 will npprooiato a continuance of yourouBtom. Gladly sorvo you as a hostoss this yoar. I have routed tho same houso for this yoar. I fool that thero aro a great many Samaritan; by their kind ness I have boon able to care for my dear, old, blind mother, whoso solo depondonco is upon myself. Co mo to soe mo when in town aud get as good a meal as tho markot Card of Thanks. affords for 25 cents. Pormit us through your paper Your truo friond, to oxpross our thanks to our many Sahah S. Gill, friends, and our kind physician, for thoir service rondorod, and Tho kindness shown us during tho fat-a- l 111., Eureka Mfg. Co., of EaHtSt.LouiH want n man with riir to introduce illnoss of our darling babo. Poultry Mixture in thin county. Thoy H. P. Jaoobs and Family. offer a salary of f G0.00 nor month to a oom-mittopri-mar- y. cials of various StateB hold in Washington with Surgoon-Gon- wore oral Wyman, resolutions adopted declaring that tho pres- onco of bubonic pluguo in Cali- forniu was ostabhshed beyond do bato and donounoiug tho hoalth ollicials of Sun Franolsco and Ual- ifornia for "gross neglect of Druggist duty." State Auditor Ooultor will ask tho Franklin county grand jury, now sitting, to indiot the loading moat packing companies of tho country for refusing to comply with tho now Kentucky rovonuo law, requiring that they report on tho business done in tho stato and pay u liconso tax thoreon. The penalty undor tho statute for fail-ur- o to report is a iino of from $500 to $1,000. Senator Deboe has announced that ho will not be acandidote for tnMrnnr. Keep your stock healthy by us-in- g Pratt's .Food, Coqhjun good workor, and thoy furnish bank ro- forenco of their reliability. Sond tUnmn & Baker, for full particulars to EUREKA MFQ. CO., Box 100, East St. Louis. 111. In, at onco from Ooohran & Baker, Don't wait untilyou loso a liorao but got a puokago of Pratt's Food UiWUUUuUimi :UUMWai iWjW? ftfMvMJr Vj-- .- )r"n .MJii',T..- - n 1 M 1 . . irfi.ii m h " CZ BnaMMMMMMMMMMMWII ! 'w iVAi k w !& MWg I Tho Victor Uar-overy- llilng new. Typewriter carbon papor tit this office Hob Cook spont Sunday in Hendernon. Dr. H, THE RAILROAD PAYS Thf County a Handsome Amount Taxis Due on Franchise, -- 4 V 'i (V L 0. WALKER, . Publisher 'ALTER WALKER, Manager. J J, Morris was In Uniontown Sunday. Mr. Gus Graves, of Dycusbufg, was In town Tuesday. rXTKAX 0X DOLL AX 1.. ; IiIh wook. "Tho Royal Slavo." ....,,. Xf l ituivwii) ui hid i mil vi. in. 1..U.,1I ..t ll... T.iiiuib, Soatfl for in ill 'The Koyal Slavo" on mn at tlO PltKHB Olllco, Mr. vn J, U, Dollar, of l'rlncoton, wns In Thursday. Mr. William Hopowcll.of tho city Friday. SturI, wan Horn to tho wifo of W. P. Critlor, Jan. U, ft 10 pound boy. Th Shooting Gnllory ition in thin city. Mr. J. D. Farrin, lown yetdorday. Ih again in ojor- wan in n of Snlom, Mr. Hubert Pastor has purchased fnrm noar Mullican. After a long fight in the courts of tho State the railroads havo boon forced to Tho loading brands of line whiskies pay taxes on their franchises for several at Tho Victor Bar. years back. Tho Illinois Central Railroad hnH pnid The now jail has an artistic appear$1300 to Crittenden's county attorney. ance from tho out side, Tho taxes for two years nro still to bo Miss Hoso Johnson returned to hor paid. The amount duo the county is homo In Fordsville Tuesday, about I1G00. Attorney J. B. Kevll Is Typewriter ribbons for all makes of due tho crodlt for flocuring thoso tnxes, machines nt tho Pnicsd oftlco. as tho county attorneys of tho Stnto Miss Minnie Board, of Sikeston, Mo,, made tho fight agninst the railroads is visiting friends in this city. during his term, and Mr. Kovil was ono Mr. Nelson II. Snow, of Minoral Point, of tho most tireless workers. Tho fiscal Wis., was in the city Monday. court will probably allow tho gentlomnn now 25 par cont of Urn amount of tho tnxes. Tho Victor Bar everything bran Whllo tho larger iortion of the money and Call and boo It. goes to tho county, the city and schools Engraved calling cards, invitations, come in for a share. announcomonts, etc., at tho Phkhs ofllco See that James Hicklin, agent for tho RURAL DELIVERY Magnot Laundry, gets your work every Ex-Coune. "J ,'! t Ji f :i i i 1 i ii i if?: i iiv: CavcndnrhnH roturned from week. vhdt to Evanavillo. Miss Kittle Mooro ilnlshod her school ltov. Conway Hllod hiriamxiintmont nt nt Siloam Friday and returnod to this city. fttock BitringB Sunday. Marlon Graded School wbh oiuht Messrs. A. D. Noo and J. M. Crowo, of Morganfleld, were In tho city Thurswars old ycitorday. Mirtnjonosof Kuttawa. in tho iruivt day. Mr.'C. P. Hudson, of Paris, Tonn., was of fricndH at thii place, among the minoral men in town last Attorney Alfred Hutwch of KvannvilU, week. wftln town Friday. Every customer receives careful atten Mw, A, II. Cardin Iihh returned from tion at Wooldrldee A Orange's barber Mn extendi! viit to Texas. shop. Canlilor Hoy Threlkelil, of tho Salem For the llnest whiskies, and best beers Hank, was In tho city Sunday. call at The Victor Bar, in tho Cameron Mish Mary Finloy who Iiom boon very bujlding. .HI for two weokn, Ih Improving. Fivo great acta of sconlo and dramatic Mm HukIiIo Nunn llartuzvll, of Grcon-ille- . splendor "A Royal Slave", opera house Id tho Kuct of Mr. ,1. N. Hortton. Thursday night. You will tind thrco ukilful, accomodat Mr. Sherman Franklin would be glad ing barbel at Wooldridgo A Orange' for his old friends to call and see him at hop. The Victor Bar. Mr. and Mm, Fred Krauso loft Mon Mr. J. A. Stegar, of Princeton, haa fday for Madfconvillo, whoro they will purchased tho building occuplod by ilaynort' drugstore. .ronide. .Tfthn Tlinn Iiiim ittir.tlinun.l )mlf Int'tr Visiting cards printod In Old Engliah th'At In thn hlnnkriniiili tuiuinfuut nf S ! or other popular stylos at reasonable """ i " " ,mininn. prices by tho Pawn. (1. 1'. Jnnningn and family loft Mr. Tho name ef tho Marlon Graded Tuesday for TnxftM, whore they will School Library was addod to the PiiKflB' rwlde. subscription list this week. ; .. Mr. Ada Routes to Be Established in the County. SERVICE AT AN EARLY DATE I 4 Rural Froo Dolivery Routes will bo established and operated in this county at an early dato. Ono route has been already mapped out. It will bo run rroni Marion to Tribune and nearly to Iron Hill, then to Repton and return by a dlfforent routo to Marion. Tho inspec tor will arrive hero within two weeks and will arrange two other routes. The trips will bo mado dally. Ono npplica tion has been mado for the position of aarrior of the first routo. No applica tlona for tho other positions have yet boon mado. The servico will bo of great vnluo to the farmers along, tho routes. Their mail will bo delivered at their homes daily. SUITS FILED. The Big Lot of Fine Embroideries which we received last week and placed on sale at about half what you would pay for same goods elsewhere are going fast. If you want the seasons choicest patterns at 50c on the dollar come soon. ttl 't CLIFTONS ',r. i- - '4 Alt SI? i 7'l M1 XI J. N. Clark has Hied suit against C. S. Knight, D. C. Grimth and tho Marion Zinc Co., for $1000, and for $1000 in tho I.1- - stock of Marlon Zinc Co. Tho petition alleges that this was tho consideration tho defendants agreed to give him for his Interest In tho McDowell mines. Julia Davis sues Frod WelLs for dam Mix. JohnMin, of Pordrfvillu, in the Mr. T. J. Wring will go to Vlnconnes, ages In tho sum of $5,000. The petition iniMxt ill liur "uin. ..... I .mi .luliiiuin Mr. ..,.. nf lnd., this week, whoro ho has beon as..- ... alleges seduction nnd a breach of promthin city. signed work by his company. ise to marry. Samuel Davis, father of If you minrt tho "Hoyal Slave" you will Mr. Luther Farmer has roturned to Julia Davis, also sues Wells for $5,000 Sl fall to sec one of tho heason'M grrato-s- t Owcnsboro after spending a few days damages. HUCCOSWH. with his parents in this city. A truu picture of Mnxican life in all Attorneys L. II. James and A. C. THE SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. 11m pilars from highest to lowest -- "A Mooro wero In Paducah on legal busi The and A largo audience should nnd djubt Koyal Slavu.- ness Tuesday and Wednesday of this less will, attend tho entertainment to 1m line of embroidery it.hn Anna Finley oliisod her school at week. given by the school at the opern house Yandell-GugenheiCo. Fords Ferry Friday and returned to Not a blood and thunder melodrama Friday evening. The young folks havo a hiuh class, re lined attraction on beon preparing for tho event for several in this city. her homo but 1500 yards embroider "Ben Hur," weeks and an unusually interesting proMr, George Clement returned yester- the order of "Quo Vadis" or Royal Slave. gram will be offered. Tho farce, "A ies worth IOcfor 5c and day from LouUvillu, where hn Iiah 1hoii -i- s Tho Sunday night in Evansvillo 'The Roy-n- l Regular Fix" will be tho leading feature. 10c attending medical college. Slave" was presented to a packed The prices of admission are 15c, 25c and Yandell-GugenheiCo. Mr. Charlcx Uaury ojmned his new house, and tho city papers prenounced .T5c Tho entertainment will not consaloon in the Cn moron building Saturflict with the church services. it ono of the seasons' beat attractions. Embroideries, wide and day. Ilirt bar fixtures are elegant. Bonnett, playrljht, Mr. Clarence in narrow, 'L'ho spring tuvudon of the Hchool began A HERMIT DEAD. nrtist and producer, who head the cast, Monday under tho mont favorable concounty. in "A Royal Slave." la an actor of long Daniel Weavor, an agod and eccentric dition. Many new pupllt? entered. Co. standing, having supported Booth, Bar- - character of Smithland, ia dead. Ho Yandell-GugenheiMr, Jan. U. Hopewell and mothor, mtt and many others In the clasMo waa eighty-eigh- t years of ago and lived Mrs. Jackwon Hopewell, of Sturgin, were drama of tho old school. We have our fine Swiss alone In an old, house ho had had occuguests of Mrs. T. O. Cartor, last week. pied for over half a century, and Nainsook embroid"The Hoosior Girl" was prosontcd to While dying ho infoimed an adopted MofidamcK Nina Howcrton and Al Come and look. n good sizod audience at tho opera house son that hla money was concoaled in the Hwansey entertained in honor of Mikh Tho play was one Wednesday night. Yandell-GugenheiCo. chimney. A soarch will bo instituted, Joncn, of Kuttnwn, Saturday evening. of tho cleanest, brightest,comodiefl ever as it is bollevod that ho had considerte Mr. It. J. Ford nnd MIkh Delia Neil, seen here. Miss Watson, as 'Thelloas-ie- r able wealth. You can buy a fine Ho owned a farm and of the county, woro married Wednesday. Girl," nnd Gus Cohan, as "Hlenoy" drew a pension. Ho posed as a fortuno half , Esquire I'ostlethwaito pronounced tho wero tho wholo show. teller. ceremony. price At the Mothodlst church, Wodnesday Yandell-Gugenhei- m Co. WANTED: Two yoke or good oxen. night, Jan. 28th, under tho auspices of REQUESTS INFORMATION. League, Rev. J. M. Crowe, tho Epworth Call on or nddretw Postmaster Cridor received a letter Tolu, Ky. of Louisville, will deliver his Interesting ForiTHit Thiihi-kkh)- , from tho Supervising Architect at Washlecture, "That Wife of Yours and Her ington, requesting information regardMr. nnd Mr. N.K. William of Louis Husband." Hov. Crowo is a most o tho city o To tho iana, aro the gucHtH of Mr, J. I. Heed. Is ing the cost of land suitable for a site speaker, and his lecture for the contemplated govornmont build- Marion, Ky., who nro owing taxes Mr Williams will probably buy property said to bo very line. ing, space required and othor informa for tho yoara of 1890, 1900, 1901, and locuto hortv. Royal Slave" was takon from an tion. Apparently Senator Doboo's bill "A must como forward nntt Mr. Gun Dunn nnd Miss Fraukio actunl occurrence, tho scones being re- asking for an appropriation of $50,000 and 1902, , first day of Maroh, Ijovu, prominent young people of produced from photograph of old Mexico for a government building at this plnco, Bottlo by tho Livingston- county, were nmrried nround which tho play was written. The is receiving attention. 1903, Thoso who fail to pay by in Paducah last week. Captain, a characters of "Aguila;" "EI that dato may expect to bo forced and Juan "Alvarez," bandit; ROLL OF HONOR. to pay acoordinK to law. Mr. A. M. Hennn sold his resfdonco noted part of Moxlcan history. H. Ed. Flan-ary- , llguro in many A. B. Oannak, on Hellvillo street to Mr. carefully soloctod, Tho following have paid their sub11qx Colleotor. Honrin will pro Tho casto has been of Shoridnn. Mr. Hilw.'J. company bolng espe- scription to the Pkkss since last issue: ..W..H.-W... w w w , 4 y cheapest m at best 8; I The Victor I x M Bar ! bL n at m OHAS. J. IIAURV, Proprietor. SHERMAN FRANKLIN, Dispenser. cheapest the tine Wines, Whiskies and Cigars, -- m eft I j eries. OUR LEADING BRANDS ARE Old International Parker Rye and Burbon Kenton Club Caney Creek m up-to-da- Montreal Malt Rye Greon River Old Stone Gold Bloom Beer. at Jacket at "OLD HICKORY" We handle the F. W. Cook Brewing Co's. famous lift Notice. tax-pnyors This is the beer that has Also Augustino Boor in kegs on draught. When onco tried will always beon browed sinco tho first of tho year. give.satisfaction. Our line of Cigars can't be beat. Try them Cameron Building 8 " MARION, KY. Hirdfl-vllle- - DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY tho mombors of tho cially engaged for their rospoctlve roles. Opern houso Thursday night. Hov. Charles R. Montgomery will not sorvo as pastor of tho Prosbytorinn church in this city during tho curront THE PROTRACTED MEETING. year. The church has called no pastor. ,; Rev. Francis Taylor, of Henderson, Guy Givons, son of Mr. J. W. Givens, who Is conducting thoaorloB of moetlngs s tho butcher, is HUiToring from at tho Baptist church is a splendid and will bo taken to Evnnsvlllo proachor, and lnrgo congregations aro this weok, whoro ho will undorgo nn hearing him dally. operation. Four services wero hold Sunday, Rev. woro hold Sunday morning Taylor conducted morning services at Sorvices at tho Mothodlst, Prosbytorian and tho Baptist church,, and addressed a Christian churches. Tho ovoning ser- lnrgo congregation of children In tho vices woro called olT on account of tho afternoon. At sovon o'clock in tho ovoning tho usual sorvices were hold at the protracted mooting.. Baptist church, and at olght o'clock Rev. STHAVED: Early in December from Taylor turned tho Borvlcos at tho Bapmy farm near Marlon, one red and whito tist chnrch over to Rev. Conway and respotted dohorned cow, aged, liig framo, paired to tho Mothodlst where another thin in order, long milk sack. Hought largo congregation was waiting to hear from Tom BarnoB, of Livingston county. him. Will roward for hot return or informao'clock Services nro held at tion leading to hor recovery. In tho nftornoon nnd at sovon o'clock In J. V, JlEBP, Marfop, Ky, tho evening. bably build a now residence. appon-(Ileititwo-thirty - (baucauent AND THE PLACE, "XP1ZttSAVfSS. VA. IS. II. W. Wllborn, Marlon, " RE Fowler, " L. H James, " Jennings, GF " Conger, Isaac Fok Salk: 2w. I -- A good W'oed heater. Mrs.NinjsHowkkton. Backache All diseases of Kidneys, Biaaaor, urinary urff&ns AIua auvuiuftttaui, iwft ma" PhAnmilfam 1m1 ache,HeartDlss&Be.ura.veli uropsy, teraaia itqudicb. TO GET IT" 0 a "' Geo. Hamilton, R E Dowel), Wellington, Kan. G W Gahagan, Rodnoy. h T. Farmer, Owonsboro. S W Adams, Owonsboro. Mrs, Fannio Morrow, St, Louis. Mrs L II Ford, Webster City, Town. WW Wilson, Manila, P. I. W D Crowoll, Blackford. Foster Throlkold, Tolu. Olaudo W. Lamb, Fernwood, Miss, M II Throlkold, Hampton. 0 E Daughtory, Dycusburg. F Padon, Joy. Marion Graded School. Mrs. L. O. Porry, Paducah. Mrs. Geo T. Croft, Marlon. " Amol Hoerth, T. L. Wring, Marion. W, D. Johnson, Marion, Why don't you uso Pratt's Food? CURE la the title of a neat little book just from the press. It discusses the advantages to be derived from a thorough BUSINESS or SHORTHAND education, at o ji & j Don't become discouraged. There Is a euro for you. It noccssury wrlto Dr. l'enuor. llu lias spent u life tltno curing Just such cuseausyourn. All consultations Free. Unconscious From Criup. "Eight inontha In bed, heavy backache, iDurlng n sudden andtorriblo attack pain and sorcnoss across kidnuys, alo rhcu Dr. of croup our little girl was unconscious inutUtn Other remedies lulled. curedFcic mo Duckache Curo says a. u. opauoru, ner'- Kldnoy anil WATERS, Hamlot, N. Y." from strnnguiation, completely. II. postmaster, Cheater, Mich., and a dose DruRglsts. Mc.. II. Free, -- . i c of Ono Minuto Cough Cure was admin- n o circul "n" T US DANub 1'redonla.N Y I Istorod nnd repoatod often. It reduced tho swelling nvd inflammation, cut tho mucus and shortly tho child was resting It cures I easy nnd speedily .recovered. Ladrldpo, and allThroat Coughs, Colds, For Infants and Children. and Lung troubles. Ono Minuto Cough Cure lingers in tho throat and chest and The Kind You Have Always Bought enables tho lungs to contribute pure, Bears tho health-givinoxygen to tho blood. R" Signature of F Hayues, - Coohran & Baker. INDIANA'S GREATEST SCHOOL OF BUSINESS I 1 i.i,i..Lnib ST-V- Valuable information for you If you aro going awny to school, and want the best if mstruc"on obtainable. Sen! free. Wnto for one at once. Address ' ' rl) - iotural 111 CK is a CASTOR A JLOCKYEAR'S, i lineral otj remedy i g &&. (BUSINESS COLLEGE SECOND AND MAIN T7 EVANSVII.LK, INDIANA tSmxBZaa'tscM ft"n. MnnMbarrlwitinw mTx,Jnt - ...- - ll-l- l r N ' i ' I J. r r e i . 'i . niti1nn ItntfA llflnh QMn?n is novor bolter your correspondent by the official! A iniinioipalilyWft,lt thnn lho PPlP ,l t0 b0 l- .-J !.. ... The Story That Jefferson Davis illHlUU VIIUIKU of l,,n. will, n Misory loves company and usu-nli- y statement that thov woro all tho . Was Disguised as a Woman has no troublo finding it. garments worn by Mr. Davis iu When Captured, addition to his hat and uoual Baking powdor would not mako olothos. somo mon riso iu tho world. JofTarson Davis' negro body "All tho world's a stago," and A tologrnm from Washington was prosont at tho arrost, boon statod or mistoo many supos oudoavor to play anys: It has is now an omploye of tho Sonato. stated so ofton bb to have bocomo Ho has said that no effort at dis- - loads. nlmoBt a mattor of "history that guiso was mado and his statement Tho joy of giving is inoronsod Jofrerson Davia was disguiaod is borne out by tho artiolos men- by tho necossity of working for captured when as a woman tioned. what is givoti. by the Podoral auth&rities Somo mon hitch thoir wagons in Goorgia in 1805. The CIRCUS WAR. illustrated papors of the period to stars and thon throw thoir o roprosonting contained pictures woight against tho brakes. the formor President of the seced- Great Circus Syndicate After Thoro is a lot of pooplo who no- ing States disguisod in a bonnet, Ringling Brothers. ver give with either hand for foar dross skirt and other fomalo Air the othor will find it out. at the timo of his arrest, and A big war is down on tho bills similar statomonts havo boou made Tho youug mau who succeeds dis- for next year and this territory ib tho whonovor the mutter has been young man who is willing will no doubt soo a spectacular to oarn moro than ho receives. cussed. It is a faot not gonorally known sido of n oircus life that will be Tho man who declares that mothat the outer garments worn by now to its citizens, It is announced that tho great oirous syndicato ney will do anything, is tho man Gon. Davis are in possession of that has contralized the Barnum who will do anything for money. tho Government and a description & Bailey, tho Sells. ForoDauch of them may bo of intorost. Wo aro too prone to advortiso and Buffalo Bill' shows will atRoforring to tho oft ropoated tempt to crush Ringling Brothors, our friends' virtues in stimll typo, stories of his "disguise" an examWallace and tho other shows that and their faults on tho billboards. ination of these garments would in the past havo attempted to out Tho kind words some mon havo give anothor proof of a statement in on the routos of tho "big carved on thoir tombstonos would once mado by tho late Speaker shows." havo made thoir livos brightor. .Rood, that muoh of The Barnum & Bailey show has "history" is merely "a rocord of Pooplo who road tho Biblo as a lios that have been agreed upon." been brought homo from Europe, mattor of duty miss most of tho Securely looked in a strong Gov- and James A. Bailov has corao good things in the greatost of ernment safe is a tin box contain- home with it to couduot the war. Books. ing the outer garments worn by His first move has been to ordor Tho mau who declares that tho Davis when arrested, and also his the construction of spooial "oppo-sition- " oars. The h world owes him a living always riding spurs, one of which is broken. These artiolos aro in the opposition car, which will bo in finds hiniBolf short. original box m whicn thoy woro charge of J. M. J. Kano, of Cin One Hundred Dollars a Box. sent from Goorgia to, Gen. Scho-tiel- cinnati, is baiug fitted out now. It is to bo loaded with oxtra fine paby tho officers making the Is tho value 11 A Tisdnlo, Sumuierton, arrest Thoy consist of a shawl, a per, an unusual quantity of it and S. C, places on DoWltt's Witch Hnzol rain-procoat, without the capo, it will be managed by the swiftost Snlvo. Ilosajs: "I had tho piles for and tho spurs mentioned. Tho gang of bill posters and tho shrow-des- t 20 years. I tried many doctors and med contracting agents in charge icinea, but all failed except DoWitt's shawl is such as was worn then Witch IIaze Salvo. It cured mo." It and is worn now by men of advan- ui me opposition car win nayo is a combination of tho healing proper ced years to protect tho throat and plenty of money and instructions ties of Witch Hazel with antisoptics and cmollioats; relieves and permanently shoulders. It is, in fact, a large to use it. The Ringling Bros, and Wallace cures blind, bleeding, itching and promufllor. Sometimes a shawl of this pattern is worn by women, shows have been cutting in on the truding piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema salt rhoum and ail skin diseases. R F. but its customary use is a man's syndicate's and scalping them aynes. muffler, either with or without an with impunity". When thev at overcoat. The rain-cois a man's tempt it next year the opposition garment. It is short with broad car will bo ordered out and its shoulders, and with allowance for corps will handl the situation. tho change of mode as a common Billing such as never beforo seen, Herald-Commerci- al strategy, such as never beforo witplace waterproof coat. It When you can't cat breaksoft gray material and if worn now nessed, and the lavish use of money will bo employed. It may be fast, by a middle aged man on a rainy take Scott's Emulsion. day would not attract any special that the price of the "big shows" When you can't cat bread All subscriptions must be accompanied by the notice on the streets of Washing- will bo cut when Buoh a fight is on and the "big shows" may even and butter, take Scott's cash. No attention paid to orders for The ton. Press run in on Ringling and Wallace' (Emulsion. When you have unless remittance is made with order. How little truth there was in tho dates. story of tho "female disguise" can been living on a milk diet and bo soon by those garments. Wear-in- g SZ Unconscious From Criup. want something a little more During a sudden andterrible attack them Davis would present the MARION. KY take Scott's nourishing, figure of a man with a neck muffler of croup our little girl was unconscious from strangulation, says A. L. Spafford, and an ovor-coover his oridary postmaster, Chester, Mich., and a doso Emulsion. clothing, which would not conceal of One Minute Cough Cure was adminTo et fat you must cat his trousers, riding boots and istered and repeated often. It reduced fat Scott's Emulsion is a spurs so remarkable an effort at tho swelling avd inflammation, cut the great fattener, a great "fomalo-disguiso" as to furnish mucus and shortly tho child was resting HMinnA V .. sor-7ant,,w- NOT TRUE. nraplo doninl of tbo story. BRAIN LEAKS. Take a Good R. L. YEAKEY, Blacksmith Woodworking) Ma mon, Ky., Morse Shoeing a school building. H-- H weekly Paper Special iv All worK Kuarantoed to Hon. Shop at oldGrlfflth MnnduS. join, HI I III III (Suecosaor to 111 1 1 .LAaj. on-tir- with The Press, Win Harriganl J, II. Orniei ...dralrk in.., Fine Wines ap-par- ol Whiskies I We have Clubbing Rates With 4. Sole Aegnt for the Celebrated W Harper and Old Hlckery Whiskitt Sttcclal Attention to Afiill the Best Papers and Magazines of the Country, Orders. MAKION. l-1 KKNTUCM 1 MH-H-H-H-- h4 H-l-l-- Mill! $1.50 Marion BankJ Established 1887. Capital fully paid i so-call- For The Press and Courier Jourier Journal one year, 4 Stockholders Liability Surplus facility which their utxa nnu We offer to doixwltcm . ..$2(1,1 xi Uuixi' U),m& ra'r--ver- vbloO balance, I ., ami Solls-Foregaug- d of For The Press and Cincinnati Enquirer one year. Miss Nelllalkerl For The Press and Commoner ITyptwrilirindStiiofriplw one year. nunn's Typewritten ot manucr.r nt a price. For The Press and Farmers KMHoooooICJ Home Journal one year. A. C. MOORE Blue Bk T.J.VAKDKLtiolr' a ki & Office, MAKION, KY, Una o copies reasonable $1.25 . .LAWYER7. Ml liuslnew! Promptly Attemlrtl t Koomij and vir Marlon (ink KY at For The Press and Home and Loss of Flesh Farm one year. For the Press and one year. MARION. J A. & A. Moore ..LAWYERS.. n Jno. UllecUoua tnnco made on day of collection Bpeeiahy. Iter i tnrmers' Dank, Marion, Ky, OFFICE: Fint door WobI L.H. JAMES O. M. JAMES im THE PRESS, James & James LAWYERS - MARION. iOK II.CHAMIMO.V Kf.1 CHAM at Marion Graded School TH08 W. Champion I & Champion KENTUOKYi courta of 1 A WORD TO FARM TOILERS. PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND easy and speedily recovered. It cures Coughs, Colds, LaGridpo, and nllThroat and Lung troubles. One Minute-CougCuro lingers in tho throat and chest and enables tho lungs to contribute puro, health-givinoxygen to the blood- - R F. Haynes. h g strength giver. Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues, not only fat. Scott's Emulsion increases them all, flesh, I I LAWYERS, MARION. Will practlco In all tbo 1! iuiumouweaun, Sjieclal nttentlon given collectiot PASSING THOUGHTS M 3 i 3 To 'he thousands of run down, sickly, and half dead men and women in farm homes wc recommend with all honesty and confidence the worker's friend, Taine's Celery Compound, celery Compound tones Si'?m ' " removes poisonous acids from the blood which cause rheumatism j it feeds the weak and diseased nerves and banishes neuralgic tortures; it purifies he blood and gives true vitality and life. The use of Paine's Celery Compound in autumn means the establishing of a perfect physical vigor to withstand the rigors of a severe winter. aine-- ZZAlS ...u:.ic. i s for convalescents, for consumptives, o:o Love is still blind, so there is no for weak children, for all After the labors and toils of the summer time, and harvesting of crops in the eaily autumn, ubo wasting gas on it , many of our fanners, their wes, daughters, who need flesh, Scott's and sons, find themsehes in a condition of o:o health demanding careful attention if suffering An income tax is the nrioo of Emulsion is a rich and comis to lie avniHrvl nn !... fortable food, and a natural kidney trouble in some form; with .mv. ii,n (UJiniSSlOU to a thontrn. hverf is torpid ; there is biliousness, nausea, and tonic. u. , vomiting, with loss of appetite and depression ,, of spirits. Thousands who have been exposed UOUliumy begins nt home IIIOIO Scott's Emulsion for bone, Um ""'" "8S flesh, blood and nerve. terrible rheumatism; others run down by' 1 The Home Friend of the Farmer and His Family. H jimd a man and ho can't help having a dog's life. bone, nerve. blood and For invalids, B. KEVIL, and City Judge. LAWYER ( Kegulrr term of Citv Court! first .Monday in each montt tt -- : " ''SBBBmLWix Wl-i- . i.tlSVS' SKXgtt arC ' Oaetcauom AND THE PLACE, fM th0 Sia8 twins: t0d we stand, divided WO 0:0 "Uni. Wc will send you TO GET IT" si 4 fall." a free sample. Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on j n.' One thing you don't often 800 o:o the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. ...v W SKwotat" iJin IL" forchlUm' clothe i r moit rvlcibl. Thy color Ucktti. coati. rioti. ,ihf.. w; dttuti. No other dyci ..t.iDI' qul ,n v"l,,y c' ,lwr DIAMOND DYES 0", drrtment of adrlc. ttmplo of gooui bn po.ilbl.. ,FecU1 nv" .ml CHEMISTS, An arrost is one thing that, as a rule, should not be unwarranted. 409 Pearl St., N.Y. 50c. and $1 all druj&liU o:o Two many "smiles" havo been Tho crowned heads of every nation, known to prove a serious matter. Tho rich men, poor mon and miiem All join in paying tribute to o:o Do'WItt'a Littlo Early Risers. Riohes have wings and green II. WiJIinnw, San backs might as woll be printed on Littlo Eafly Ilisor Antonia, Tox.. writeH Tills nro tho bent I fly paper. over used in my family. I unhesitating-l- y 1 scon & BOWNE, INDIANA'S GREATEST SOHOOLl OF BUSINESS Inexpensive, Best Facilities, Tuition Low, Board Cheap, Eight Teachers, Large Library, Fine Build- valuable Information for you if you flrtj ing. going away to achool, ami want tho best! Begins Its Spring Term Monday, January 19, 1903 Is the title of a nent little book just froaj the press. It discmncj the advantages 08 bo derived from n thorough BUSINESS! 1 SHORTHAND education, at S j J ........ Instruction: Normal, Original and Progressive Will resume the Winter Term January 5, 1003 inrl fl.n ' Spring Term will begin Monday, Jan. 10, 1003. Call on or write to j , instruction obtainable. Sent free. for one nt once. Address Write! SenJ Direction book nd 4S dyed umnlet free DIAMOND PYKg, Durltagton, Vt. 1 rocommend thorn to evorybody. Thoy o:o The oftonor a girl has her heart curo Constipation, Hilliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Jnundico, , broken the more she seoins to en. and nil othor liver troubles. K. P 'joy it. ma-larial LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 8K00ND AND MAIN Haynes, , CHARLES EVANS, Supt. Marlon, Ky. STS.' . IVANiVJlXK, INDIANA L. ;Li imn. IER8 WILL COMBINE WOMAN SUFFRAGE. DON'T if GROWL &&Q auw KANSAS CORN STORY. your neighbor is prosporoiiB left him prosper. Don't growl, ial Society of Equality of grunt or grumblo. Say a good What tho Late Thomas B. RtorJ word for him and lot him go at rth America Incorporated Thought of It. that, Don't bo a kicker. Your Nnlioiml Hooioty of Equity turn will oomo. No ono iu a whole Irth Amorioa was inoorponi- show. If you soo tho town in mo ImliannnoliB on WoiIiiob- ving along rapidly fool good about TTiirty yoars ago hardly any po it. Help things along. Show a f lust wook, Tt line boon or- toil aflor months of corroBpon. litical asBomblao of tho poopU little push. Try to got hoiuo of n botwoon all parts of tho was graced by tho prasonce of the benefit yoursolf. Don't stand nooMod a law to en- around like a chilly oadavor and aro buucu 10 Had it try. Its oujoqis follows: able thorn to bo proBont, what an wasto your time fooling sore promote- and otioounij.o argumont could havo boen made To somo follow has more aonso mutton and oo-- p o r a t i o n against it. How oasily it could and succoss than you havo. Do a sg farmers, Btookmon, liorti- - havo boon shown that the ooarae-uos- little hustling yoursolf, and if you iristB, uardonors and muii of tho ducioiiB expressions, the oan say a good word for your town I rod vocations by I ho ostab- gonoral vulgarity of tho Bcene, or its pooplo say it. liko a Priuco. society could havo no othor oiToot than to If you aro full of biio and dispossiont of a national such branoh and local socio- broak down that purity of word ed to say something moan, put a itis may bo nocoBsary to carry and thought which womon have, doadlook on your mouth and koop Buoh objects. and which consorvativo and radU it thore until you can get a hypoprolitnblo pncoB cal alike aro sodulouB to preserve. dermic injootiou of tho milk of To obtain ill productH of tho farm and And yot tho actual proBonce of wo human kiudness. Don't be a kickIon and orchard. men at political mootinga has not er. No man over mado a dollar building lobasod thorn, but hnB raised the kicking but a professional football To oncourngo tho maititonanco of cold atorago other box. Coarsoness has not player, Ni man ovor got rich loo ami warohousoa i tho prin becomo diffused through both the minding e vory body 'b businoss but il markot oitios or in all the Soxes, but has Hod from both. To his own. No man vor holpod ililioa whoro nocoaenry, so thai put tho matter in a short phrase, himsolf up pormanonlly by kickad- tho association of tho soxos in the ing his neighbor down. Givo othin juoduco may bo hold for iitagooUB pricoB. family circle, in Booioty, and in ers a kindly word and give it libol biiBinoBB having improved both, erally and To oncourngo prohibition . graoofully. It won't nilultorntloti of food and the thoir is neither history, reason nor cost you a penny and romombor lirkoling of tho same. sense to justify tho assertion that you may want a good word your-sel- f legislation in the association iu politics will lower To You may have some day. BroBtofngriculturo, horticulture tho ono or demoralize the other. thousands today and tomorrow bo ik raiuing and gardoning. Hon Thos 13. Heed. without the prico of a shave. cqiutnblo ratoB ol To Bocuro Don't be a kickor. It don't pay. Domestic Troubles. Biitporfntion, You can't afford it, Thoro is nothTo open up now markets anil It in exceptional to find a famllf whore ing in it. If you want to throw jrgo old ones. tlii'iu nronodomoatic ruptures occasion- something at somobody, throw co To soouro now seod, grain, ally, hut thoao can bo lon8ned by hav logne, and don't throw mud and t. vegotubloB, etc., from foreign ing Or. Kinjr'a Now Life Pills around. brickbats. If you just must kick Much troublo thoy save bytheirigreat lilnoH, diBHomitvato tho snmo, work in Stomach and ZLlver troubles. go out behind the houso and kiok lithe view of improvomont of Thty not only rellovo you, butcure. STuJ yourself, for if you fool that way Bont crojjB and giving a grealor nt II. K. Woods Si Co'a drugstore. you are tho man that uoods kickfiety. ing. Whatovor you do don'l alTo report crops, crop oondi- HE5SIAN FLY. low yourself to booomo a chronio mid markot reports in this iu The Hessian fly has already kioker. Don't ovan havo an actito foioign cocntrios, so that far. made its appoarnnce in Southern attaok. Let ovorybody push Irs may oporato intolligontly in and we'll all bo bottor and Indiana and Northarn Kentucky, luting and marketing. happier nud Hvo longor. to To oncourngo the oBtnblish mid ta playing linvoo with the wheat crop in thatsoction, The nt of institutions of learning, last issuo of tho Warsaw Indepen. 'tl.tit farmers and thoir sons and saya: Many of the wheat THE COMMONER IN 1903. iiighlerB may bo oducated in dent fioldB in this section aro alTeoted The Commoner. Mr. Uryan'n paper' ientilic farming, and for gonoral with tho HoBglan fly, and the pros-poet- s will boeapecially interentintf nnd inslrun' t I i .. iviincomeni 01 iigricimiuu. tive during aro that somo fields will be greoa. The the present season of coo 11 action of this congress will To oncourago tho improveentirely destroyed. There is only probably determine tho issues upon si.t of our liighwiivs. which tho fields from will bo the noxt presidential campnign fought. Tho Commoner 12 To onooiirago tho irrigation ono way of saving to carry on a campaign of tnluon-tioabsoluto destruction, and that is to laud and organization to pasturo tho growing plant nsolose democratic principles maytho end that triumph. l.i To promote social inter- In addition to tho editorial departhb poosiblo, which oither destroys 3U180 ment, which receives Mr. Mryan's pertho Btalk or I sonal attention, The Commoner contains To oncourngo tho uottle- - Iho fly hiddnn in it to tho cold, which destroys a Current Topic dopartmont, wherein a nmit of djanutowjtliQiil recourse of topics of it iu its ombryo state. Farmers timely Interestdiscussion valuablo inforand other Inw Hi offootod should act mation will b found. The Homo De1 i To olrablnh Blmilnr socle- - with Holds la by an promptly. All of tho oarly sown partment conducted knownexperienced woman who is widely na n writer Lies in foroign eoutitrioB. of household topics and who in nn au in an inter. whoat is lavngod by insects. PioBidont Kvenlt wo-mobo-oau- If o B, - Tho horrible nowa comoa from THuo Springs. Kan , that near that town Willio MoKoighon climbed a corn stalk to see how tho corn was getting along, and tho stalk is growing up faBtor than tho boy can climb down. Tho boy is plumb out of sight. Throo mon havo undortakon to out down tho Btalk with axoB and savo tho boy from starvation, but it grows so fast that thoy can't hack twico iu tho Tho boy ia living ou aaine placo. nothing but raw corn, and has already thrown down ovor four bush-ol- s of cobs. Tho latoBt reports aro that tho stalk haa attained such a dizzy height that tho cobs now cntoh iiro and aroconsumod boforo roaohing tho onrtlr Ex. ia"WjH,yi,iaii-- - t lJ V i hi i w liini im 1 .1 TIjo Kind You Havo Always Bought, nnd vrlilclt has beca in ii.so for over 30 years, lias liomo tho slgnatnro of and has been inndo under hJs pcr-Koy zz7--x- l supervision hIiico its Infancy, -fuzSTZ cue UK Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits, Imitations and " hut nnl -Jiist-as-good"aro Kxperiiiients Unit trlllo with and endnngcr tho health of Infants nud Children Experience ngniust Experiment WEEKLY Coiiritf-Jfloro- a Is u harmless substitute for Castor OU, Parc-Korl- u, Drops and Soothing- .Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Isits guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. 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The Disc Grophophone is made :n SELLING AT pro-potk- x n Q UEEN UAL1TY throe types 15, 2G mifi $3Q fl tH ex-pos- os 1 ' Jf IV' non-partisa- n $ recordsf ' SOc each; $5 per tfoz, f recortfs? 7-ln- ch .PHk Lm w -- O-in- ch &&& cjTB uvrr - &z j'l'iafT $f oach; $10 per doza machines using cylindrical iwjwmin litwrsmr- &&&&3r im!tiro said: "We expect to orgiinfro tho milliomf engaged in agri- mow - A Marvelous Invention. Itop A oomplotp syfltom ol report iugfvflT bo maintained lirough an ollicial organ. Mio- ring iho amount of crops produced hind tho consumption from past an oquitablo miniruNpprioncos, will bo fixed by tho ilium price f direi t m of tho national body and np ititd at unco to all parts of tho Unco fixed, tho prico country. on that ciop for tho year will rule - JOHN WANAMAKER'S 'I he START. It'd tho old story of "munlorwill out" only in this caso thoro'8 no crime. A woinnti fools run down, has backache or dyapopain nnd thinks it's nothing and trlcu to hlilo It until sho finally breaks down. Don't docolvo yoursolf. Take SIMPLE COLDS. n Electric Hitters at onco. ' It has a curing Stomach, Liver and for C'cftSH to Im Bimplu, if nt nil prolonged. will rovlvlfy your Tho safest wny in to put ttium iiaido tit Kidney troubles and repu-tntlo- number of moti who fail on iicrount of a lack of courage if ciioi m ins, says Shoo and Loathoi Uopoitor. Tho number who would roliiHu to lot. go of u dollar if tho know positively it would bring Such back two, is astonishing. moroly oxist. Thoy don't men live. Thoy never really amount to anything. Tho mon who win aro tho men who think out tho right courso to purBiio, then buck up their convictions with thoir last penny and thoir lost ounco of energy. ThoMirst goods John sold brought him $.V Ho dolivorod his goods in a whool. burrow, Ho oollootod tho $.')f and wont diroctly to a nowspapor oflico and plankod it down lor nuvonis-inspaoo.' Somo mon would havo spent $1 ")0 for somo ohoap dodg. oroand "saved" tho roBt. Thoy would havo boon whoolbairow inerchantfl today. Wan-namakor g Woutlor never ceaso. A machine has bcn invmitcd thnt will cut, paste and hang unll papor. Tho field of inventions and diKCovttrieii bwius to bo unlimited Notable among great discoveries, is Dr. King'H Now Discovery for consumption. It has done a world of good for weaK lungn and wmxl many a lifo. Thousands hnvo uswl It and conquered Grip, llronchitis, I'noumonia and Consumption. Thoir general verdict is, "It's tho beat nnd moat roliablo mediclno for Every M)c thront and lung troublos. l giiarantinnl by H. K, nud ?1 bottles Trial bottle Woods Co., druggiHts. Jan' free. thority on the art of cooking in nil that top term implies. 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This otlcr npplies to both now and ronowaj subscriptions, and should bo taken advantage of without delay. All ordors should bo sent to tho PiiKHa, Marion, Ky. The Famous Shoe for Women. Yandell-Gugenheim 110 L Balf.insoro ".UIvIORE, MD. circulation- - Sold only by Co. obtain V 8. Wo promptly and Foreign bur appetite is poor, our heart "flutters," you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con stipated, bad taste in the mouth? It ' 4jfe not all of these symptoms, then some of them? It's your liver, vurJUiVer! iTW I The annual report of Adjutaut-Oonera- Murray to tho Gonoral of the United States to tho strongth of the Ken-tucStato Guard, was made Hub week. It shows tho total onllsted guard to bo 2,105 mon,' Of these 1,002 aro m CALOMEL AND QUININE FAILED. (BcnU model, iketoh or piioto ol InTcntion lor rireo report on pait'iiiauuiy. tor fico book IHUM iv 1 1.1 .TU-JU- J W 1 F. DORR, privatoB, 102 aro non-comissionod oflicors, and I'll aro commissioned ollioors. The guard 18 dividod into two of infantry, two batteries of artillery, two drum and bugle corps, ono hospital corps, and ono company of cadots. ragi-mont- B In a letter rocently writton from Win. I)nrnott,of"Cridir, Ky,, he said) My wifo had chills for eleven rnontha nnd aftor trying oalomol and nulnino, nnd chill ionics of various kinds, I concludTablets, ed to try Hill's they aured my wifo immediately; ita n medloino worthy of moro prniao thnn I can givo it. For aalo at all stores in tho county, Anti-Malari- inTrTRADE-MARK- S m 1 11 w m u H Ki Mil' U. t vegetable remedy, containing no mineral or narcotic poisons. It will correct any or all symptoms, make your health, appetite and spirits good. At druggists, 50 cents. natural is a Opposite S. Patent Office WASHINGTON D. C. Ki iS. kwrs. R Tried to Conceal It. FARMING IN THE SOUTH. Dyspepsia Cure tha Tho Pasaonger Dopartmont of Kodol Digests what you eat. Funeral Dirc"tbr and Emb&lmer. Dealer in ColTins Caskets, Burial llobes and Slippers. Fine Hearso for Funeral Occasions. Picturo Frames of all kinds made to order. Picture Matts. B? lsconj Si Uullnrd'H lloro tho vory beginning. hounil Syrup stops n cold iiiul ronioves tho cause of eoldn, .Ww, Wo an 1 81C0 liOttlenlH. K. Woods .v. Co. wholo Bystem. Tho worst forma of those mnlndiea will iiuickly yield to the curative power of Electric Dittors. Only 50c nnd guaranteed by II K Woods it Co. Illinois Contral Railroad Company is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing, vegotnblo g n r d o n i n g, stock raising, dairying, etc,, in tho Btatea of Kentucky, Woat Tonnosseo, Kvory farMississippi nnd Louisiana, mer or homeaeeker, who will forward his name and address to tho undersigned will bo mailed free, Ciruulnra Noa 1, 2, ,1, 4 and B, and othora as they nro pub li8hed, from month to'month. P.R. WlIKKLKIt, O. P. S: T. A. 120 Maiu t Evnnavillo, Ind. vgvgygsgvgj'vgsg JUs JJid This preparation contains all of tho tiiRcstants and digests lUl Kinds ot food, J t given Inst ant relief nnd never fulls to euro. Hallows you to cat all tho food you want. Tho most sensitive otcinnchs can take It. By its uso many thousands of dyspnptlcs havo been ared aftor ovcry thing clso failed. It proventrf formation of gas on tho atom ach, relieving all dlstressaftercatlng, Dletiug unnecessary. Pleasant to take. ( a fi SJ)JMg&Ji ( ) is a Statural remedy, joeral o 11 o V Daji.titt Office over Marion Bunk. It can't help rroparedouly lip. DbWitt&Oo., Tho ft. bottlorontalnsZH tiroes the Kctuqt gMi but do you OUleajf by &&9&G9$&fr& & eesss ee tnr .';-i'V- MARION, KV $ "fl ; EXw a JMy IStIw -- "5 ' " , FREDONIA AND KELSEY. LOCAL KHWOO-KHOOO-l-WOWW-- NtWS Ur MANY UISIKIUIS. SHERIDAN. n, Mrn. KatoMaxwoll, an aged v i. dow lady, diod at hor homo noar Sheriff's Sale. My McOough, TJ, .'JOnoren nonr J iionoo, ror imni Crider, W P, 1 ht In Tolu, lOW K f r 1), u CRAYNEVILLE. OOKHOCMOOCHOH 40OKM 0 Sol limit lost his Iioubo and con sov-plnc- ' a s I. m It r 1 II f !! b 'i 4 1 M ll If fe touts by tiro last wook. t o Hollo central ! This is Shor-idaLlodgo MoNooly is up nftor Your correspondent from this tho booming littlo town half did not send in nny Horns ornl dnys sickuoss Husinosd is on n boom just now way botwoon Marion and Tolu, instweok, but I nssuro you Mr. is not dead t Starr; somo talk of a now busi-o- r which is all ablazo of tho rich Editor that Cmynovillo Holds of minoral nonrby. sleeping, but just mud bound, noss houso. Miss Lillian Mooro is on tho and still working away gotting jumes HUoy of Caldwell county ready for a "boom" when mud " im8 lovo(Uo tho Frank Hillyard sick list. gono and the roses bloom. Kev. V. R. Gibbs is again a fftr1 t Iiis county, rosidont of our city. Uraynovillois improving. Mr. Jo,m sigIo,.( of CBldwoll county whom ovoryono( ,m3 moV0(, q hQ Mnyo8 fnnu Cruco. Dick Dr. J. R. Thompson, of Illinois, j, knows and likes, has boon at homo Mr. Travis, of Tribune was horo has located in Shoridan for tho is having his for somo time, and practico of modioino. When you on businoss Thursday. oottagos hero repaired. need an M. D., givo him a call. Sinco tho rains and froozos tho attraction boyaV Oflico over A. J. Bobout's storo, Dr. Cook is having a protty roadjj aro gotting bad. npliii houso built. Our public aoliool will bo out Rov, E. M. Eaton tilled Bro. D. F. Cridor is working at tho Tho principal Prof. Miller's appointmont r Tho church is undergoing ro. rural dolivory routo. Door this wook. at put will toaoh a subscription Davis, Crook Sunday. pairs. A now roof has boon Wo had a fiuo spoiling Friday. Do is surd of on and it will bo furnished with T. J. Hamilton gavo sohool this spring. Joseph H. Turloy will haul his a pound suppor nt a good patronago. wo So larcor and bettor stoves. his homo Satur-da- y say to tho pooplo, conio on to tobacco to Mattoon. Sovoral horses havo diod in this night. will not got frost E. E. Thurman will oloso his church your foot W. 13. Yates, our ovangelist, is vicinity this wintor of blind stag, school at Mid was with an enter- - assisting in a bit auy moro in this ohurch. mooting at Whoat-crof- t gors. tainment Next Sunday is Bro. Trice's ro-- ( this wook. CHAPEL HILL. Math Ethridgo and family gular appointment horo. Wo aro s Miss Kato Carter, of Lovias, glad to havo him with us. od rolativos at Euon Sunday, visitod rolativos in our community For tho benefit of tho rondors of you will only listen, and obey If Sidney Mceoly has boon on ono day last week. tho Press wo givo tho first twolvo his toaching your hearts will ho tj,0 8jc. jsli Sohool will close at Shoridan days of tho now year's rules for lll kept as warm as tho now stoves School closed at Enou, Caldwell j next Friday. MissMaggio Mooro tho months of tho yoar: Thurs- will kcop your feet. co unt v. Saturdav. ,i Di. in uoMmr i. i,... . n day tho first day, rainy and foggy, Tho now firm, Freeman A: Doboo ", ,8 Friday, cloudy; Saturday, cloudy, ,iq wonM Hko d J R JamM E m wil soon be ready for the "'K to hnva his cIock which t,mtfol,owcordially invito(1 t0 Htloml ho wind in tho oast; Sunday, elonr 1,1 irauo. lur. jjorrou win neon uib closing of tho school. and sunshine; Monday, cold and placo with thorn, for which we aro John Board has undoubtedly snowing; Tnosday, oloar nnd cold; Sheriff's Sale glad, for Craynovillo would bo FRANCIS. got tho best pulling littlo mulo Wednesday, cold; Thursday, clear somo other town without Frank. For Taxes in our community, and John don't and cold; Friday, sun shining; H. C. Glenn and family loft last L'nolo Johnnie Matthows lrns a like to brag Saturday, cloudy; Sunday raining; on her oithor. "wook for their now home, Hous- battery of spar shnfts clear across Monday, cloar. 2i Wo are in nood of a first-clas- s ton, Texas. We will all miss Mr. his farm, and tho old contlemnn Tho board mot nt Chapel Hill, There Glenn, as bo was always ready to WM havo an income that will make blacksmith nt this place. and deoidud to meet l "" M"'w,,ero tho lend a helping hand to the church, his days of tho "brown and sear" 1 ., again Friday tho 2.'rd for tho pur-pos- o ouurwnu. nnd was one of our best S. S. tea- - 'easy. Ho has our congratulations etx of cleaning on" tho graveyard. chers; was always sending the1 Fred Clement is zinc' ai,nIUB " " "fioaround noro Bring something to work with for j.,r,wcw necessaries of life to tho poor and 0uhi8fnrin ,... ft fnirbnrnsnnot now, and no wonder. On llie F n., ami yourdinnor. Evoryono that Uox fRrm ono-'nlnulo atllicted. May God bless him in i, ,i: .i.t :'" JL.. "" Shoridan, they f aro takincsouth is intorost in this gravoynrd should ' :.V,"b 7 out his new home, is the wish of his ::i hide aud seok with the miners. of ing of load and spar that como. many friouds. Tho roof of Fred's farm is, as it chunks Tho oystor suppor nt 11 S Hill's weigh 200 pouuds aud ovor. D. P. Glenn is kept protty biiBy were, covered with' shinMiss Kitty Mooro olosod her Thursday night was well pntroniz-o- d those cold days watohing aftor his gles and is poverty proof, and if by tho ybuug people fine lambs, pigs and calves. he finds its foundation is of zinc, school at Siloam Friday and had a Ora Bobout will buy stock for Plenty to Mr. Frank Jacob's sohool at this there is only one thing needful to goou Bn"rtiiunient. tho butchers at Mirmn this yuttr. a.nd a nico sPeoch by placo will close in two wooks. Ho make him "monarch of all ho sur-'oa- t. Wil,iam Lny Mooro, chairman of J T Bigham iB building a side has taught jis a good school, tho and that is a housekeeper, ' tho board of trustees, as a desort room to his house. children havo advanced both in and it is said that ho is doing somo Miss Lola Malcomn has boon Albert Hughes is done hauling their manners and morals, as well prospecting along this line. visiting Mrs. Essie Bolt, this wook. off tobacco. Albortisa huatlor. We hopo ho as "sohool books." Mrs. A. H. Cardin has returned 1004-T- IIE WORLD'S PAIR LINE-19- 04. will teaoh for us next fall. Mr. G. Throlkold has moved his Doc Elder, one of tho oldest from tho west, and tho handsome Gilliam Jacobs will enter the villa on the hill is more cheerful. saw mill to tho John Franklin men in this community, was out to hoar Bro. Thompson proach Marion school soon. Gilliam is a Mr. W. I. Clomont has sold his placo. good studious boy. He received fnnn in Livingston county, Wm. Mahau, of Lola, was in our Sunday. nnd the prize in his S. S. school class will permanently locate on his mipst Sunday. Miss Stella Hill was tho 'guest for having the most perfect lessons farm in this county. Mining will bogin anew on tho of Miss Addio Bigham Suuday. His family this last yenr. will probably move up in the Jim Moore plaoo noar Shoridan in Our sohool closod Saturday Our wish for Marion is that she spring. March. Lot the good work go on with a nico tirao generally. may continuo to spread her wings Georgo Whitt's idea is to com- - undisturbed. Nimkod. Mrs. Bon Allon and daughtor, until Craynovillo will no longer Dino tanning nnd mining. Ho of Oak Grovo, was at church Sun-dfrbo in the suburbs, but will bo gathers his corn when tho ground Nervousness, neuralgia, norvous head ."South Broadway." is soft that his wagon wheels ache, too strong pulse, high fevor, flighty Virniniua Frayaor, City Atty, for the Tho aick aro improving. mako open-cut- s for locating his spoils, rush of blood to the head nro nil complnints of which n great many aro city of III., in a conroren-tioTho infant child of H. P. Ja- mineral veins. more or loss subjected to, there is noth .Mnrniiii: :unl Nfcht Trains botweon said: In tho spring of 'Od I was cobs, died last week and was burHon. M. F. Pogue has a roynlty ing that will control these spoils so sure attacked with tho chills nnd after trying Louis illn nnd St. Lmiis. Three trains ied at tho now cometory. income from the Poguo mines, nnd certain, and as quickly as Hill's about hnlf n box of Hill's Anti Malarial lnily lift w con Louisville, Owcnaboro, Miss Ada Robinson is prepar- and hopes that ho may somo day Headecho Tablets. For salo by nil dealers TablotB I was entirely cured. This would be tho case in many instrncos if Uoiidqrson mul Ki'nnsvlllo. ing to givo nn ontertninmont nt liave wealth enough to entitle him in patent medicines in tho county. Elegant only you would givo thom n trial. Prico tho close of hor school. oquipment nn nil trains. Parlor cars to a seat in tho United States 23; nt nil tho stores in tho county, DYCUSBURG. on day trains. J. E. Doboo has moved on Mrs. Senate. Pullman Vestibulcd N. E Ordway's larm to mako a I P. S. Maxwoll owns a farm noar Sleepers on night trains. Mr. Thos. Owohb, aged porhaps n. )!,,. 1...K nrnn .1 V muuuu.BHU H OVIUOnt inn n 50 years, died nt his homo in this "'"l" us for rates to any iioint in tho fine voin of pottery clay, for a lot vicinity of typhoid malaria Jau. Wmt. Southwest or ortlwest. of jugs wero out on his yard fence 11th. Ho was an oxcollont Wonderful Nerve, citizen a drying the other day. nnd a momber of tho Masonic fra- L. J. frnn, Ocn'l Pass. Ayt. Is displayed by many n man enduring G. L. Garrett, T. V. Agl ! Wo think tho I. C. owes it to tornity nt this place Ho left nn pains of accidental Cuts, Wounds, LOUISVILLII, KV Hruisps, Burns Scalds, Soro foot or still our thrifty mining center to build insurance policy of $1000 for tho joints. But there's no need for it. Buck-Ion'- s a depot at Moxico. A big pile of benefit of his family. Arnica Salvo will kill tho pain and spar mnrks tho stopping placo nlj The iufantson of Dr. and MrB. cure tho trouble. It's tho best Salve on rigiit, but nffordo poor sholter for J. M. Graves diod at thoir homo earth for Piles, too, 5Ec at Wods & Co I.'ll ncres, 100 acres In flnostntoof culwould-b- e and u passengors. Jan. Kith, 190.X Tho community tivation, bnlanco in timbor, 10 acres Have You corn year; 20 Tho John A. Hodgo, tho Ebbio are in sympathy with tho family suitnblo for ground this Inys well. ncres STARR. in meadow; 1 nil miles from Mattoon, near Mt. Zion Hodge, tho Yandoll, tho Brown, in thoir boreavemont. Roads muddy. church. House of I roome, out build IF the Pogue, the Asbridge and the Kev. Tallio, of the Salem oirouit ings, tonnnt House, 1 spring cistorn and School will close this week. Tabb mines, all surroundine nn proaohod two oxcollont sormons at Iond, bnrn, young orchnrd. This is n good farm and iocnted in a splendid A tobacco buyor of Mattoon Iihs ship spar, nnd nro the grontest th Methodist church Snndiiy and neighborhood, and it on"ored nt tho low purchased somo tobaoco in this producers in Sunday evening. Our pooplo con prico of $11&0. Kentucky, nnd y section. .'100 ncres, 100 hundred acres in timber in tho United States, now gratulato themselves upon obtnin-in- g balance in good atato of cultivation, 10 B. MoNeoly visited G. F. wo challongo Salorn for tho sobriJ. the services of this gifted ncreH in wheat and 15 ncres in grass, Jennings of Marion last Saturday quet, "The Hub." Near Hebron church in tho Dunn young ministor. Springs neighborhood. Log houso of J Mr Jennings is going to Texas. A cold wavoand big firos. rooms, 2 barns, 1 tonant houso, good . MARION. Bpring and well, two good ponds. This KENTUOKY Mrs Sarah Travis, an old lady is a splendid farm. Prico &TS00. One The Kind You Hare of this community fell and broke Bean tio , Atoars Bought hnlf Bwi ti p The Kind Yen Have Always Bought years.cash, balance on ono, two and three hor wriBt last week. cignituro 0 Tho early farmers aro begin ninir f7Z''CUCA&t BOURLAND & WALKER. to "talk." I 1 - town Sunday morning. Rov, lialsoll lillod his appoint. tnont at tho l l chinch Sunday. Cad (Iroon haB typhoid fovor; ho has boon tick for Bovoral days, but is improving. Charley Byrd is wrustling with a sovoro casoof tho grippo. Miss Anna Dorr, of Marion, iB tho guost of rolativos horo. Dav;d Bon, is visiting rolativoB No in tho country this wook. doubt tho rabbits aro sorry to soo him out among thorn. Sovoral of our young men wont to Marion Sunday. What's tho Ex-'Squi- ro visit-alway- j J ,.,i ""' all-hea- rt Hon-veys,- " , i. irtuti of mi cfttion No. VX liaath, O-' &0 noren It S llrath Ir WMilrtl hli'h Hook D. ilirwli'tl to nn nm, miu nnu iwi from lh Clrrk'H OIlUio of tl. brittn w, ill) ncroa near.) K iJcuii diMi'Ciivuit Court, in fnvnr f Joint T iviiik'i for 1801) l'ickeiin Htfionet .1. V, iVnv ami (.'. .1. tl David, 122 acroa near nl I'loirc for tin Ntim of dollar Uuncan .Maytw. far 1000 and 1001 and.. cmU, in oiu nf my doitutirM, ji will, on Saturday tlto.'tNt l nL .Inn Martin lnao V, lot In Dycusliurtt MKrt, Uiupvn tin- liourx'of ID uarj. for 1000 o'clock. A. M., nnd 'J oVIim'K, I'. M., nt Todd Florence, 1 lot in Tolu fur the itMirt lmii-- . dmr of Marion, in Crit 1000 toudiMi county. KovpuM to I'L IH.K' mi II, SAM'., loth, hivliist liiMr. the follow Mct'ormlck, W... 2.'W acres npar U...1.II Km IriK prMrty ut- so much hh inn; bo nicnHAry to MAtixfy llmntiir dibt, Pntturxon, S W, 7ltf ncroa near J T llltlTl nt, Hlltl iHMttl, to wit MntthowH, for 1000 On lUik home, n tallion, Travis, F S, 1 acre near Frank Mrt nine ynm old nnd om gray uipws, ror iiuu f lionw Mve ycdi-- old, lnvii'd ujKn stnllon, Mra il A,oU acred near h K - tin pniirU of J. P. ami (' Nt..tihiiurin fnp Hltfin n.1 1li.1i .1. 1'h.rw. iiiiHiey, airs u .to aorea near A TIOH.MH SmUKill m mud.- on n iianion, roriBW, iWOO a 1801 credit of thirv immthis liund with up r linn .i tiv, t acres near K I)Ve proved civil rity rrqulrfd of thf pur wiiiih, ior niw ri uhahr, witb inU'rcut fltim UV hI tht rnt of i! ht i" nt JalH'ppiirni, V ), uv acren near 8 H r nnniim. ard hn HullcuKer, for 1000 and IOqI, Ing tin- fun ml tlfid of a lor laiud. .McUaniela, J l). 1.1 acres near John Witnr . m kWlnnri. for 1000 'i.ind. t'.i-- uli day nf r r . . .laminry, Hkrt. Konerl.t v aimpvon, 111 acres near .1 .. .....,,.. ,,.., ttw 11KV1 a Ifvil A Wtiliar&nn .1. l...M!i, Kin riff l' C C1US, w n (w, j.. Uuhitrt, Harve, 5J0 acres near IJ uuoeri, ior iimj j Thomas, htlie, 10 acivs near II U uiiueri, ror uvu il Wo have the money to jay tho btephens, W h, lii acres near G above nriioii.t. if a just, Uieo, for 1JK)I tri however, them is a oonHiot uTor Miller, Jas F, 2 acrwi naar Mm Mary uuiie, ior uui j, j,n tho intorost which accounts for KiiMell, W F, 10 acres near I) thoniatttM n t lu'iny aottled. uviniu, ror iwi M Unwell, Mrs A M, 20 acres near PIKHrK A SON. ! uutmoll i l ucker, lien P, 00 acres near Frank drills, lor (,t PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM iioberts. J M, jr, fi aares near J M 1I..I lMllft a bftk. ' i' r.l noinTui, ur, ior uvi Ntianaul ruMfc f m r K.IU W R Adams, Mrs LA. 10 acres near Jov lo iu imikntl V9 r ii.r ItU' .r p mmttt A fMlr uu .Matthows, for 1001 I' all !' (5ri".r, V W, I.Yi acre1 near Stator, J'torce, for 1001 ft t Harris, John, 1 lot in DycusburK for ioui ft j Hall, J Tsr, 72 acres near LeoTravm for I0UI n; ! Hall, Mrs S K, Vi acres near Georee . Hint a II... t '" Mrs Mlttlo, llojd. acres near Uy virtue o Taxea du the county ntxl le Uowell, or 1001 f ;(l Jno. T Pick Kin, Kx S. C C for Um Lynn. W K, W) acrss near Charles If?. 1H0JJ, 1HX) ami KOI. or on Mall, for 1801 : ot niy.i'Miiiilta.4, will on MotxUy (h flih M Inner, Jas F, 108 aarra near John 01 r ai lOOn, lMtMn the hour iay of 10 o'clock a. m., and .1 o'cloi Ic n. in . at Ilnwkms, for 1000. 1001 tho court houm door in CritUndou Stabon, V II, 0- acres near Cha -I wuui,highest II Ulll ft.M.J!.. hUllOll. for 1001 to the bwkler. for caah in hand. umi,. III Sol ?- rthe .ro,K.rty or k m,h ' for lV?h thereof m may b. to satisfy , acres nea tho amount of taxtw due, as aforaoakl ' Iol'9on. Stephen, I T Lynn, for 1001 and costs), to wit Iloady, Thomas, acres near Sam Fritts, Phil, IlMira, 110 acrm oenr Haley, ijx Mrs. Uriefeom, for Mm $f.; Matcher, Mahala, (X) acres near L L Greenlee, J A, Stt arrw near II II MiiKhes, for 1001 i Asbridge, for 1S0H ,lf) Waddell, Klchard, lot in Mariu, Itibner, Luii. SO acre noar V M Clument. for lbQti ior iwi z tt,U) HusliinK, Frank. .V acriH nar Mm fJarnett, A I), Ifi acrs near A'rt Perkins, for Ihuh B ii,:, KUiui, (or 11UU Mayo, w M. ol lot in Marmn Ti.h Jan l.'l, HW. , for lottn i,-JNO. T. PICKKNH, Kx X ( ( Hiighn, K I), for 1800 l.J ncrua near J t hi jj. im-nii- f (. a- 1 am - - m -- t,. - I - i I . ...".. .. . Notice. -a wi-r- e .1 ! '"! . 1 - ?ut .. 1 I ,li-i- I Louisville. Henderson h y. . Louis Railway Cavo-in-Koc- n 1 Real Estate Bargains 00COX0008OOOOOOOOOOM hns-boo- 1 1 pos-sibl- and Real mm Estate & Property For Sale ? SO, SEE Deaers OASTORliv, yri ,y$rtiS7 XOOOOOOCKX8OOOOOOO0OOOJ I John Wyatt Hunt of the BOSTON, WALKER & CO, Funeral Directors AVc PleaB-an- Hill neighborhood, ia in very foeblo health. t I .i.A.'ff j J, B Hunt closed his bcIih Belmont Wednesday. at oAauvc I- Seven Million To Cure a Cold in One Dnv ama?m n..... toxessoM In oromo UUinme Tablets. past 12 ohs. This i Cures Crip In Two Days. and carry n full lino of COFFI SlSmatnre. ty fe 'Jrj &WTt-aJQ ,8, Embalmcrs. C SKETS B1IKI I. oneverv s DOX. 25C of tho National School of IUmbalniiii". We have a licarso. All calls given prompt attention,