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Published Krery Friday by .1.. mFkJg KEORGE ntokmiui, fraea WAItltEN, Xntucky. Btxt door to : Jeo ilri.t t 01tUil THE hjBkm 1850. k '-- . -- - jf COURIER r: ilt J 4 '. ' tVS, A.r' . . . s f "ttm- FINEJOB PRINTING KXrcOUTJCD WITH XEATHESS AND DISPATCH: m9k mm- - ... O BALE BILLS. - lEOuQB WAMIEN, 1AB. a WEAIW. i Kditor. AMUUnt Editor THE OLDEST NEWSrAl'Effo WfeijCENTOOKY. 21, 181)7. THE ABSURD STORY ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ETC, ETC "US. DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, I'rlco of Subscription, $1.00 1 1 ESTABLISHED t'ryof IIIOJQIANULTq . COUNTY, iff., ltytipAY, DECEMBER Ty-FIFr- VOL. XXXIII. NO. 5. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. NINE Confirmed (Irrer Dropped Out. Dec. hy., lllASKfoilT, 20. Tho Prankfort tKjnItcntlary was tho scene i of a most unusual occurrence .Sunday nttcrrioon. Illshop Hurton, of this of the H.lscopal church, assisted by tha locaf pastor, Hev, It. T. McCrtndy, continued nine convicts, who had previously cpnfcssed religious belief, in tho, presence of COO convicts mid a number of tho members of the tipiscornl church. Threu of the convicts aro serving sentences' for murder and six for steal, ug, and all are while men. Convict ISrcer, of Newport, one of Mrs. Hlensoli's assailants, was lo have Wen tho tenth man, but had ids iiuine stricken from the list at dlo-ce- sc OATjX. AND OIC1C KO !(.)( A 01 THE JJ1 IUjIO. j no ucnmii oiory of llio Creation Still '1 limine to Halt and It.ln ami llrlin.totia Ka.lly Ktpl.lnr.l -- Hjnly nf Villain, l.ara rattiu(li u Mwallmr IiiiihIi Summit by Itev. Dr. Iitliii.igo. ;i: Unshaken, MV I t&gaF' lr. TiilmaL'o Sunday dUcucd "T he Ucoloiurot the lllblo; or Oo.l AmoIIIR tho 'Iho text U U nnmuul, vl., "And vhen tlieycamo to Nn vhon'a tlircslilni; floor I tili put forth IiIh hand to tho nrlc of (iod, mid took hold of )t; (or tho oxcu ahoolc lu And a the linger of tho Lord l.ludlrd iitftiiuiit tvzah, and (Ih1 aiiiolc him thcru for hia errors uuil tlioro ho dluil ly the ark of dod." A Imnd of iiiuilc la comlnr down tho ruud, rorncla hlimu, tlmtirela atruck HiK-lis.- " 7; lllfcritM I tllllltrtl.a.1 llllll Itflttllfl I h 4 tttlli-1- . till IihI oit by Dnrlil. uho wnt liln.w; a I MIANQ RATES. tho deluge and tho Klnlilng'of,,Kgypt, would hnvo thrown Pharaoh tho rilniinlnlnx under lhl waves? Tell .plank If wo hud seen lilm drowning. !il Convfntlonsla nrri anil l u something wo can bellovo "Hellcva And ML rllniit I (iimlion. toC'tinn a pile of tossed rilt.liuritli I .nrta p tn'tllfl Julti I'unfp. in UUcu.Mitt. mill, says geology, "fur Imw can yim and tumbled basalt, recalling the catnTins Coul 21. l'llTHK noil Pa. nccuiuil fur llioyt sea shells nnd senclysiu of that mountain whun llio law 1 lK-sepnrnt licrntorH nnd weed mid -- hclctnti of sen nulmals vya. given. And. a to those Ten d Inarya) to on the top of soiuu nf thu high- - iiiHiidiiient, all lloinan law, ull Her-r- Uinvrntlous Mi l Tue he Joint rnnvc iiKiuntiiliisV If the water did not man law, all English In w, ull American ic mln- rpoM! sometimes tlso nlMiut tho mountain, law worth iinvthlnir aro suuarelv lay jor tii" ikiiii coiirviiiiijui. now nni mote sea siii'MH nun sea t founded on tliL'iuv So mighty ns.uult sty? rato for and Kl.oR'loiikof .icu nnininlii gel Inure? or cent ruH hao liccu mnd on tho1?' Mr largely attended and the Inly Hid tni nut them then'?" lj,at iiucRtlons which aru to coaiQf Hook of Joshua, ltwaa nahl that tho it lilt, now, you do not really, lory of tho dctnlucd ntin and moon la W i. fiit Wrfl tho nlory iihout lhiHlorni of flro and an Insult to modern astronomy, hrlmntono u it nf Judging finm the rcsultaof Mondny'i Sodom and but that Hook nf Joliun may be (lomorrali, and vnwitipnlni; Nit'n wlfo found In the chapel of work It would apjieur that Tuestloy'i In Midi Mill lju liicriiNtatloiin that iho every university In America, In dc convention will not tix tho rato niu hnltfd a Mich of milt? 1'or tho con. flaiico of every telescope projected from unother general strike Is ono of th llriiuitlim of that xtory the KcoIoUt tho roof of that university. The possibilities. The miners' convention wa nske i;or to that ivkIoii, mid after trying In llook of Jonah hun tieun the tnrct of vain to tnhi! u mvIiii in iho liilio, ko ridicule for the amall u)t of ages; but by the uniformity committed to nllov thick with Milt ho can not Mvlni-tl- io there It atuuds with Its four chuptera atllffercntlal of ten cent lu favor o Inku iH'iii'nth thti'lt SihIoiii and (lotiior-ra- h lnvlolnte, while Onolocy puts up In Its the operators whb sign the unlformtt; ll linrUd ono drop of wnlor mi imiRciims reiiiiilna of aca monatcra mrrceinenU Tho miners by a mcago f hMp,i,r and hrlmatono Ihnt It capntde of doing more than tho one mnlorltr decided to allow the dllTercn' fa L u ..u AUJ the matter was brought which MTiillowud thcreorcant prophet, tint, but riiarn Stand Iho I.OiffcliKntcra'of thu. before the oiierator conveiriion .. ... . . -Com-founut m-cit- iI CONGRESS. w-a- iy. ltc-- y L.a a. ft f l;.. 3SSi .". Fieri One. In Hawaii ami hsiiinii, Inaimtl of China, ItlUloulcit In )ta.hliiicloii. J1 trsslon )ul mlnutii Turxluj d Wasjiinotos, Dec, SI. The story tel- fioiBcat iiiik Ktn unill Weilndny out of rerulTllcd from Hoston thn't n flermnn. t'l'CVto I'resUrat Mil Ailcr ho was In ot- LAiycricnn has Information that tho yi.nre axion the funcrtMlif lilj tnothrr. aa w aujourn was msiie hr.wr Hour Tjyymnii emperor Is about to take the . All svn.iorKjiM first step war with the Pnlted Uie Krvat. csJnaaaH hf uyt. Status by toward the Uermnti llect to Rending IjmM.W.rrfltta Ihu ih. Hnnioa and Hawaii is Itua. ridiculed lu all llo Is toln tviislWifcittfrinpe nnon funeral of hli .iMrMWutot re?ctlo oillchil qulirtcrs here. When tho ru- .. - 'mbiu'Pim' o" " hHirts were culled to the attention i 'Kjrt!u sffllctlon, I iiWrthul llio M'nalo du now (jcrimlii representatives they IJOUm. Nk l.,.aln(..a Iu...h..I ll.n lnl.n.li... of tliu wn.oi uiys una rclolullons was trunsurttsl. laughed heartily ut tho idea id a i the Ulllt Introduced s.t otm by Mr. Hurmaii diversion ngnlust Kamoa ami 1V(S IJJto chinsi Iho tmiulirralloa laws Hawaii. Nothing of tills kind luis ever lifilvsi; illicit filntes Ho rave iiollr lhat at Tbn Hcriunn licet fie iiiK.r time bo wmiM otTrr llip hill as a ls'cu sWtlliiui for llial aliich it now penainj tc- - will go lo China via tho Hue, canal, nnami its destination Is Kiuo Chou hay. llousr.- - Tiiu hnutcoftfr a srnnloii of about Ocriuaiiy, the Dulled States nnd Ureal o hours, mtiournnl out of sttnnaihv for tin. llrlt-.il- n mis parties to a trlpnrlltu artlilrut, vtlnrtti inoltier wits hurlrvl SI Can- r utiernoon Thothnont llioses- rangement for thu government of bu 0 was UiuUsI to Him ronsldcrotlon of Iho llion, IimI althiiiigli the plan bus not lUlnlltr. t(Hulle anu JiHllrisI opprnprlu. proved hnllfarlory, thcro bus. been it bill. It vlnsorciam lo iioslponnlhocou-fratio- a- no recent friction, and at no pmvUIIng lor llio mainof tho condition, which would cull for Of llio cUII rrvlco ronimlson until time a Huriiiuny hint a naval L ' tint areolar R.ttlon. .IIISTl.tM tl.. ...... ...r., w, Uh..mk n.iiritcnsia i lir I riat llm Herman CONVICTS at Frankfort rriillentlary SPRING MEETING. ThoUrcrelary of the New Lonl.yllle Jockey Chili Announces the Htnkea. houisyif i.k, Ky., Dec, H.Sccrctary Price, of the new Ioulvilla Jockey club. ,Thursday announced the stakes trlng meeting. Tho for no "c, days. nc&duy, Mny 4. nnd nlll This Is threu days kir,irc VJ' . the Inst minute. THIRTY PER CENT continue l!i longer than usual, thu meeting of last spring being but 12 days. Kluvcn atakes will be run. (luring ihc meeting, a greater percentage than is given by any other track In the country. Hcsldcs the Kentucky Derby, $0,000; Clark stakes, 51,000, and the Kentucky Ojjis, M,000, which havo al ready beeu closed, tho following slakes are opened, entries to which clobo January 13: . The Debutante stakes lor two year old illllen, 4 furlongs, 81,000. Tho Wenonali stakes Jor two year old colts and geldings, iurlongs. 81,300. i. t4 lu-r- iUUI. H "" , driver kouiI. I.ui my tiowli'd;e of oven lend, mo to a)' a ii..l..rf that If on a hot day ll.By IlIlcl Fll'CWOrkS. fif n tree or a wall they ar apt to mid- ilcnly hhy o(T to get thu cooluevn of tho hhailow. 1 think those men m fine tiirniMl that tho sneird lx alMjut to upset and lie throvn to the iu.IhmI forvMird and rrmind. laid hold of the iuk to keep It iiiiiflL l Hut lie liit.il no rik'lit to do u. A , , , -fel I'timiuand bad Nen iflven by the U r.l " n towoil UAOIl ITICOH. that no one, sate the priest, undei an) " " kbnuld touch lhat l ein Nertous, nnd extlted, and lrr er nt, l m afaa. ya aavMaaaaaaBa I J I Ha I . iMuhdlsoln-j.s- l when lie tinik hold of Jl T 1 Miamsiavail the ark and ho died a. a cons.lueiue. In nil ages, and never inure IP.ii.l Ml lltJ.l1 111 .1111 (.1. II .1 .tf lliJ.. eophj all tlm time afraid that lli Hoi)' llllHe, uiilelt Is Hie Mirreil nr' nl our time, will s tiivt, and they bate iH'iii a luliif wlille nlralil that wi.iu-.-- , ) k'eulotry, mld over and tlirott IL Wbileweate not forbidih u I to timeh the Holy Hook, and, on tin ei'iitmr, are i.rifed U fondle ami sliidy It, any oue who is afraid of tlie overthrow of tho Hook Is Kreatlv d fendini; the liril with Ilia unbelief The oxen hhte not )el Un iU l I whbh can upset lhat ark of the iiHod, nnd apprcoiatcil for Written by tin itorld's salvutluiL lionl Mmi'litv. He is K""1): I" protect it until its miMtiun iv ful f filled, mid Hiere shall Is' no more neeil vt a Hlblc, beMUae nil Its proplaen futlllled and the human .will liave Vacj, Vrljlihavf cxrhainftnl unrlds. A (el me Show You VJninirHjtgit a violin are tery dilferviit 3ntrmwtfyi, V't triejnav is- - plated W iwrfeet HP,. ml. !Hl too II me oc fount of tho etvntfo of the wfirld uthl I' I HAVE, tho iteoloKleal 'tint nrs lUfTeriidt Duo atory wrUttin on piireliinedt aud the otlmr on thfttoliat uud yut fil jor t Makings.- 'Iho onl ' feel and In the first chapter f lrvenv ncaij tno carin ut", " i" "day." " (lonesls, has tbrowu into partixysuis work that ore thcroln shall be burng the of crlllrlsiu manv t xejjeleit. Tho IK" ed up." Instead of tllnbclio tlliMojUwiy nlut tho Olial coullugra- tirrw wopt "Vmii ' of the lb bio entl a dayjTunil tlon, Mnco I have Iooke.1 n ntuo inio Miinetlmra what Mmietime it iiifnnsuo., it may tneun neology, finding that lu explorations i I htiiira or a UrJ.Wl.0oa year.v Tho am all In the line of oontlcinatum "f t nli r nf crtalUmOjgijjj'lthSn. In tho that prophecy, 1 wonder IniVv tins old world can kccpauiiing on It iU nf i .tnnalsTP thotirilur if oren-lin- n omft of tlisenverSl by ' thu pcolnflU much longer. , It I like a a)ilipii lire are I'fMllY tit Ho. the cnntlr N llfttli) aUmt f.irhnVr laftl liopl down fact.that Uio hatches due a thy oujvreason that it feur thti lirrrinislv rushiinf titrons nxell of soirnlilie diseotert nut bvcoini' oiiXveomtfelto,. blae in.ikts wiMild upset the Hible that I went on fire, ra'linsnn Ilr7, everything from After MMiiewhat Bjprelienslely to look into outwater to taffrfttl on fin has told us how near the Internal found that the lb.' ittAthtr; hIiiii Jiihle and fvidittry nlree In Miylug that lln-- s have already burned their way the surface. It might not to be a "first werrlmllt the rocks; then the lite earth; then mnrilie surprise to us at any time to hear the ilnnts universal the ringing tna'iirra were created, from minium' cor) Hag-ra-t of urn lire bells of a glad that (. 1 am so hale, then the wings and thnsils I.. born! Aatronniny is of at rial choir were colored nnd tuned, geology lias it tells us about other nnd the ijuadrupods U)faii In blent grand, What Is all worlds; but I must say that I nrn Hud Isdlow and nrlffh. tins fuss that has Uen (Hint; the more Interested In our world than In tells us i hurt h and the w brldconcernlng a flKht any other world, and geology It Utttrrn Moeaaad Affasslz? Thcro Is nil about what It was. And cradle, and this glorino fl(hl at all Hot is lud the j,vv what will 1st its grave. livt-a- l Imprestlon that the world was ous (iuulugy U proving Its.'lf more and millions of years bnthllni; antagonistic more tho friend of Theology. Thank ! the theory of ono week's creation In (iod for the testimony of the rocks; the l i in sis? Nix A ureat house Is to be ten coiiimandment announced among hinni; the greatest built A man lakes years to draw to the spill tin spot the foundation aton and tho mtiiioii of Christ preached on the bah aty timber. .The house Is about aaltio rooks of the Mount or lleautf tude; tho h.iviour dying on the rocks ilone. but It 1 not lllitshed for residence. .Suddenly the own-- i of tiolgotha. and buried amid the limestone ncka of Joseph's sepuleher, the r calls In upholsterers, plumlwrs, paper hangers, and In one week IbsI dayo lio ushered In with ft rendNow, It re- ing of rocks, and our blessed Lord sugit i ready for occupancy. gestively entitled the "Uock of Ages." quires no stretch of Imagination to of a marlhat Hod could have taken millions 1 this day proclaim the banns Theology, of tears for the bringing of tho rocks riage between (leology and anil the timbers of tills worM together, the rugged bridegroom and the fairest tit only one week moru to nnke of brides Let them Join their hands, it inliabilablo ami to furnish it for ami "whom Hod hath Joined together, " human resilience. Itcuiember also that let no man put asunder. If anything lu the history or condiall up mid down the lbtde the language the time of the lluira was used common par- tion of the earth seems for geology, lance and It was not always to U contradictory of anything In taken literally. Justus wo nay every ton must reincinlsT that geology Is ull du lhat the world Is round, when it Is the time correcting Itself, and more nnd more coming to harmonlatlon linl round. It Is sphenililal-llattcn- eil In tho last at the poles and proluK'r.int ut the with tho great llook. equator. I'rof. Snell, w 1th his chain of century tho "French Scientific assotriangles, and I'rof. Vurln. with the ciation" printed n list of Ml theories of film teueit poiidobiin of his clock, found theologv which had been adopted and Hyell. tho scienIt was not rounds but wu do not In- afterward injected. come critical of any one who says tho tist, announced r0 theories of geology In and afterHot us deal as fairly that had wi.rl.l Is nuinil. Meanwhile Willi Moes or Job as wedo with each ward thrown overlroard. the story of the lllble has not changed ntin r has cast Hut for yenra good people feared nt ull. and If geology two one and between giology, and, without any linploratloii out theories which It onco on I hmr part, apprehended that the hundred ami mountains would fall on considered established, tto can afford them, until Hugh Miller, tho elder of to wait until the last theory of geology hi John's church lu IMiiilmrgh, and antagonizing Divino revelation shall parishioner of Dr. tliithrio, came fortfi have Is'cn given up. Now, in this disro wna no course upon the geology of the lllble, mid lold tho world that the moun- or Hod among the Rucks, charge all liotween contradiction I'walis tains mid the church, uud O. M. agitated nnd affrightedupsetting to calm of the Mitchel, n brilliant lecturer bofuru their pulses alsiut the Pur he iH'caino a brigadier general, dying Scriptures. In't me see!lmve several at lleaiifort. S. ('.. during our hundred yours tho oxen nnd that,jerkanil this civil war, took tho platform and spread ing the ark In roughway his map of tho strata of rock In the pulling It over mud places and trying of derision, and of great audiences, nnd I'rof. to stick It lu the pr.s-ne- e power of Alexander Wlnehell, of .Michigan uni- kicking w Ith all thegoads, andtheir hoofs trying to versity, and I'rof. Taylor Lewis, of against the sharp cool shade away from It Into inion college, showed that tho "with-.ou- t pull heats ofthe retribution from a Hod form nnd void" of the first chapter the no means clear the of (ietiesls was tho very chaos out of "Who will by Yet hate you not which the world was formulated, thu guilty." llook has never Iven noticed upset? the hands of Hod packing together tho that only changes mado in It were by The land and tossing up theiiiountalnsluto nnd llliurlng down the Its learned ft lends In the revision of the ..r.ni scriptures. The Hook of (lenesls has their grent depths. seas into against by the mightIleforo Hod gets through with this been thuiideieil can will hardly be u book of, iest batteries, yet yon copy not world there of tho lllble llnd In all the earth a will not Mini conllrma-tlnnthe lllble that which has not the W) chapters of tho nrclmmlogy or geology. cither lu . first copy of the Hook of Heliosis ever Kxliumcd H.ib)lou, Nineveh, Jenisa-lemtho words, "In i:'yptlan lileroglyphlcH printed, "starling withand closing with Tyre and ears of the worldi the beginning Hod," are crying out In the on tho T', 'lllble is rlsrht! All right! Hver- - Joseph's collln. Pierce attack oecausu .1 I.. ...!. " i.n il ft in saying llook of l.xoilus lias ncen mane Iho .mini tiling, not only' continuing j they said it was cruel to drown 1'ha was i... i..itli uboiit the orliiiinl creation, raoli nun uie story of Ml. Mnni lumrobable. Hut the Hook of l.xoilui but coiillrmlng so many passages of reiualns liit.nviHml injj"1' ,f the .Scriptures that I can only slightly hldertlig tliuavnutrticliieh he would ' refer to them. i , have eotilliim iluinjing the brick kilus of Hut rut 1 'iot roallv bcllcvo m-- s) a that htruek with the lev tl... iaait ll.ttL...llt.lI iv ........ iti i 1 aM It tJ. t...a . nniiii tr l",1"ir,jLliti-Llili.i- .t af FriliiS nud-denl- y l'ah line of iid Quccnswarc. siH-ein- s, - ff w f li . ?.w4S4jis$ Is-e- n s Present reiH-ate.- f nn-iu- i' - 1 nl grrtM-iic- la-e- n riM-ks- c gas-titter- re-n- b iiey shrivel up lu the final fires, which ologlsts say are already kindled and low hotter than llm furnaces of nn can steamer as it puts out from New ork narrows or Hamburg or South-nptoI should not wonder If from ic crypt of ancient cities the Inspired innuseripts of .Matthew, Mark, l.uku ml John, in their own chirograph)'. ould Is taken, mid the epistles which .in t dictated to his amnniicnsis, as ell as Iho one lu the a pontic's own aiulw" ting. At the same ratio of rf hiixilogical and geological conllrma ion of tho N'riptures, the lime will ome when the truth of the lllble will in more In' doubted than the com-nu- n alumnae, which tells you tho Ints i inl the months of the year, and be uub. lu'ters will bo accounted larmli-slunatics. Porward the tele H'x and tho spcctroscotH! and tho liiuiii. il liatlcrles, mm critically thcostracodsof the ocean depths ml the bones of the great mammals n Hie gratelly hilltops! And tho lngbtier. ami the grander, and tho leeH'i and the higher tho cxplora- mils, the letter for our eaute. At lire as the thunderbolts: of tho Al Highly are stronger than tho steel of agnosUcs, the nrk of Hod w.ll de on unhurt, and Pzzah need not Tho ear an) disasters upsetting. irHHittt ptir angel living through tho iiiiUt nf beaten proclaiming to all na .ins. and kindred, and jieoplo, nnd nifties, the unscarrhablo riches of i sui I lirlst are mightier than the shy og oil a )iikc of oxen. Aft1 ' 1 he geology of IhtyJHblo shows tliUt ur reogiou Is not n namby patnbyy , rn irss iiiieitani.su religion it la pro jet tut and has Ifcoii protected Is tin l of the rocks lleiigi hi a Itcllglon a southing Silin' ih ti-. .... 111, I!..ti.,t..ii n Imi.ii.iI. Jut, r ?tl sentiment-- ' Oh. yes. Hut we V kllst nate u iiiat in trt .11111 gbty (iimI to defend, an omnipo force able to i tent lust to ae'iV-'v- e, overcome all ((thorforces lr. , the uniItosi?ilrJ;lMjip-Sharo- n verse and i.iiw uriiio TiilTli li "t all e'iitlciffj7faW7Sqiicy and atvcct--l mighty ncss" OtiycxJliutaJfrtho force now nrr.iyiM'KpJttfF dcStriictJon of the nations are tojtwniet and we must haiT a7("ril of tho of JudaliVTribe," Koeks. The aswellasthe I..iuib who was slain " And now. for jour solace and your safety. I ask )ou to come under the shelter, ami Into the deep clefts, and Iho almighty defense of a rock that is. higher than you. higher than higher than the Himalayas the "UiH-- of Ages" that will shelter, you from the storm, that will lrde yjrti from your enemies, that will stand w hen the earthquakes of the last day get their pry under the mountains and hurl them Into sens Isilling with the tires which are already burning their t centers toward way out from the surfaces which are already hero and tliero spouting with fire amid the (pinking of tho mountnlns, under the hxk and touch of Him of Whom It Is snld In the subllmest sentence ever written: "He looketh upon the mountains and they tremble: lie toucheth the hills and they smoke!" Hie von one and all to the Hock of Ages! And, now, as Wore this sermon on tho Hocks I gate out the slgnillcant and appropriate hymn. "How firm u foundation, yo saiuls of the Kord." I will give out after this sermon on tho Hocks, the slgnillcant and appropriate hymn: Uock of ages cleft for me, lait mo hide my sol fin thctv. Tnr menu had its origin lu medic, vol times. Duke Henry of Hrunswlck first devised the slip .of paper containing the list of dishes to bo served nt n banipiet, so that If a delicacy of which ho was fond was indicated for tho lust stage of the repast he could reserve A fashionable hiu appetite for It. woman of Hoiulon has just revltetl tho fashion of inclosing decorative incline with tho cards of Invitation. s ex-mis I -- ! s rvrr-iTitilnill'rk red-ho- Is-e- n 1 Is-e- n y i U'-i- . Iky this Distillery c.In, 7urlongs81,300. C'o. at larls has the only plant P T fer ,., In operation. Of 1ho I . . in thu tllslrlct ray 25 distilleries In the counties of 'i'he Prank Puhr stakes for three year rite. I lour lon, Scott, Woodfortl andu olds and upward, selling, 1 mile, S1.300. Prankliii probabl) ten "HI be in Tho J ii ten lie stake for two year olds, b January 1; In tho remaining selling. 5 furlongs, SI.IWO. 1ft aro doubtful Tho preparation of mi ugieuiiieiit for a general suspension CONFIDENTIAL CLERK of production Is now in the hniuls nf a Arrested. Iharci-i- l With Kiuhciillnir (tiff, committee of distillers. It Is safe to UUO I rum 'Jat. Jloieuhclm X Co say that tho whisk) distilled in this Lot ist ll i.k, Ky., Dec. 17. A sensadistrict tills .tear will bo less than SO tion was caused on Main street Thursjicr cent, of the outputof former years. day morning when Louis Altmnn was New I'ntt nuttier. In Kentucky. nrrcstetl on u charge Of embezzling Wasiiinoion.Doc, is. The following 815,000 from the firm of Charles Koscu-lieidecisive ae- - tho klit'letou of lastW torrr fur the IwsltlU tlccrciusc of (a.tirj. tioncil llio pros fourtli-cals- s postmasters for Kentucky . Co.. wholesale china merchants Comudssioticrof l'ciislon Hvans Montensus. tlon nt Tuesday s ig arc pny wcie coinmissloncd Priday: Hurgin, at 74(1 West Main street, for whom he llio senate thedav In the con- - day npiicarctl IIoi'se Tha ton k thing but bright, II. was confidential clerk. Mercer county, John I. King, vice An examinasldcrnllon of the lr teiutltr aud lu- ami retrenchon civil ItlJUty-nln- c of tho ment, which Is conducting nn liitvsli-gatioIt. Cassell, removed; Hlmcr, Hart counilldal impropriation tion of the books shows a series of UTIONS SEVCRAU eorrroil snd only ono tllpsircsol tho hill opcinlioii of llieclul ty, Wlilt, Johnson, vice M. A. Clnplon, embezzlements extending over seven adopted It nacndmrnl of lniHrt ' la..tsl It. llir Ainrrlr in ritrrallon of It duretl the clerical foret o was pension offlrr ro- - service into the Mr. Hvans was ques- resigned; Houimonsvllle, Hurt county, or eight ycarj, and may reach SJ.1,000. syslem. t the Inir at 1 Itrlr Hr.t it Slnnilrt'. rijllie Noe, vico M. I Meers, removed; Altmnn desk Involtlne n rrdurtlon slnrlrt of Naiivii.i.k. Tcnn IK'C til. When Tho Clll scrvlrequesthn win iho chief IIIMoiof tioned at length by Senators lslge Savage, Clinton county, P. M. Hallen-gc- made a was ai rested at his whichanil tuph he partial confession, the American Pcdcrntlon of I,alsir met rtl.ru.slon tVnlnesilay nnd the iywuloti mill I'riUhnnl iiIhiuI the civil service vice T, M. Hlttrell, removed; afterward retracted when placed In system and Its appliealinn to thu (tenof Asltnnl Serreiary nf the Trea..ry Momhi) u resolution iclativo to legisMcpliensport, Hrccklnrldgrvltunty, It. jail, lie is about "J years old, and mailo iho sion ofllec force lo rrllrii ilrrks lor drc n lation on tho xisLll nflng bunk HaW' lie expressed the opinion that the A. Miellinan, vice J. T. couAt"), remov- has been in the llriu's employ for nenr-l- y was laid the convention by toil for itrnuncUtlon hyMr MiVly of Isithof W. N. aud Mr .lohnsm.cf luduim. 20ycurs. Ho began as a messenger law did not accomplish the results Ha ed, Tulmage, Mercer thu committee on resolutions.. The tthotn are ttrfrnders of llo civil sot ico law. Hrown, vice J. S. Hretton, removed; boy. t resolution endorses tho bill pending Hoc. 17 SrstTi.-M- r I'rye, friends Insisted that It did. The Vasiiisqton, vice men in his office were those who came Wring, Trigg county, linos of thocommerrecoinnilltrc, faiorahly reportAfter Twenty Years. before congress favoring tho establish" J. It. Waddingtou, resigned; .ion, HenLkxi.soto.n. Ivy., Doc. 20. Over 20 of postal savings hanks, with Jim ed anilAho, annateIrcisury'to hlh ilirectlns tho in under the so called "spoils system ment derson county, Ira (Irillln, vice 11. U years ago Mrs. John T. S'helby, wife of or purchase nrreHffyo;ilh6 Tile) dhl their duty anil expected lo clause relative to tho nrttlnimliL'nnks astilluhioicssel d rtitrnuerle serr-Ic- e doing The Meal, removed. one of lA'.xiiigUin's foremost attorTho resolution was on Iho YvUo'n rlicr. Alatlo. dio rcxt not lo hold their positions by so stricken oul. pension examining Iki.ihIs, he said, neys, wrote to u friend who was Mr. Allleon, of ihc lnuiio. cicod adopted. Male Accept. Term.. Mu rrjortM favor-shl- y ought not tolic in the elnssilletl service, 'conliiiltKe, PliAMtHUtr, Ky., Dec. 10 Judgi. then married and living In Chicago. 'SA'resoJution c.xpressliig approval of resolution, tho hourn Joint The letter was unanswered, and nll . W. Stephenson and Judge tha iiuUoual muvciiint for the purificongress nslttjis desirable to secure men as Siuirull. a - rpross for of cation oLpri inary clcjjtlons was adopt- - fromliecrmhrr U UVT. lo"jjnunrv 5. I8V8. The lncTuliers of such boanls who bad had Thos. Ilardln, of Mercer county, were recollection of it had faded from' ss!iience- - army e'd. Wednesday conferring with the sink- Mrs. Shelby's mind, until a day or two resolution was Bdoptfd Mr llawley.of iriojt'iwrdo'siirgiciil , rcporiisl If received a letter frdril her ';) iy l mil "i urrv luiopira inni an ci mllllsry aRalrs commnlee Mor ino IhoresoW woiiltl not fMissib15!?autl Mich men ing fund commissioners about selling ago sheInclosing a tattered, illlaputaletl BP-- ' Mcuriue rniri or. enter Into comcli tho turnpikes In their county In which friend ortlbeiuiade to organ ire firemen; that lunonoIMrrnlncrs ane tiro fntholj (Ton' Amrrlran other nufTcrcrs for the places with )oung the slate hns stock, and tho comnds envelope. She explained tliat'shV had peclalnnstruetiiiiis f.u tbe orgnniru' Yukon tallc) Alka The rommlUro slfucf' w'rTttcn more tliinYf joiirnr) ineil bakers and ,. their out an mil (lio rnu tinff riauto nno nnirnuwi .men just tint of college lie thought, minors ngreeiUtVscll the Pratlkfort, just rcienctl the ; .,.. ...r ou thortKoluiloti hy apinopriaiinii fAiOin'Atlopti. however flint the entire sstemof ap- lliirrislsblfrg uniTOrnb Orchard plke,at .i.... tit V littiniea letter - '." (... -. "H"- .... i i 9 S Iliun unions iot iftsiirn, unit t'liortn i... ed. !lill tl, pointing thuxjiourils was wiong nnd anil Lexington, nnr-'made lo organio the brlckinnhoiis, " t ja Tclrcratih Company Sued. Horse The house Thursday pissol a ly. d tlinT nil of tftivl ought to Is- - under a fsoo pcn.niilet, per .wfljfcirc as yet unorganized. Soterul anproprisiinK I17 rodsburgTjrutVjfrerryvllle ut 5700 lor me reije put in"jpeJr)j "uniform svsteni of appointment llKtr:itsus, Ky . The little. Vrids.hale comnletcii the freeing , ni.mlullimsj. relating to Imj colts vtcro pie alio are In Iho Yukon rlTrr.ounlr!fj Mrs. May, Henderson .fiiiitii1f.oinf.t Isdleycd that ttte head of nearly nllthc.liu.es in Mercer coun Bcr nttortK-ysalso the Mil passed, bv iho senate xvertiiiy noted Lulioa filed 'suit agulnst the'' JVcstcrn Union hy AmerVeYV'M.of a liuremi Was the liest qniilllled per-- 1 ,v to proMt'll V AtrpngltHscusslon over" tho resolu icna. The loruier Mil cneonnterl-.(rsC'-- i Tolepranh Co. for E2.000 damatrcs. al- m.. upon tZx-- . ...- ., of a . " ,j, Am ItiM kinn i p.'. ." ,.". tion reported favorably by the com ii .i .. nn nft,v.,lllnn Tlie caw Will lie Knforeeil. company failed to leglng that this ni..1 litany clerk-- anil thru liu.ou"lit.uliVUo lie bam FrtANKroitT, Ky.. Dee. 1ft. Hot. llrad mittee, Iiulorslng lndeieliilenH)olltlcnl I carried by It i lo Iw transmit and deliver messages to her fur IllCllI.-- ley was Wednesday- - mornlngfTnskcd atTJoivllnj ecrlar ot Vvreil nctlon nntl tlrclnrlniT HimlnsUliOiifir .re1.Ha-ldlr.t-(n7fraliTT. Iran.norUllon. und df. CK iej to rt'luiivlillVJiyijlcj--lSfTm li flrcen.- TAesii rriesagcirX: was piirj'rlpuletl in by Mctiuire, trtouiioa til suu.l.irnco .Ions. Ansccm w J. Jf 'tlims whether he would orOer troops to Jes-m- i slie'al leges, cotitaincd notiflcatlous'cTf"' The author of the resolution; Kreft, m , Sho ml uc county. The governor gave liar clilld's illness and 'death.' Hn on Iho it'Eixianrr orcullrc ; Ynrnell und Hrennock, and after de- spproprlallon hill without accompli, ih- following mental she suffered f.,.. out thetgpops will bosigned statement; states thatcouscquenco of great follure. 7. If nTS ldstar Sonj amendment offered by It Intf ..1 lie r.rnim I I.m. I.1II un....jO. . fM feating an furnished when- agony In .. lti.1 "state such nn.l Kreft, the resolution j,tris adopted. iniuljshvllerevcr Judges refuse I 'iie pranieifln ahlch Hie minority TiuTy..' iCArto, ls.e, 'jl. Arnold c uuet- - ever Lilly Heel bold for 810,000. reference to tho Upon tl 4 nrlwk tin house ulllqk'ctl. Thr resolution lu m a.1.9 ndmHs that he forced a name to guardsjorjthe guards prove Insufllclcnt, far m LB.M.X0TOS, Ky., Dec. 17. Ed A. Tip- Wahmis, tos Her IK Srxirr X .nl free coinugp of silver ut 10 to 1, was caamo.f'ilting toSI.75iif fiiineil thetii ppgjldcd' citizens can Iks found who ' - pn ipuairil in the s nate W Lai. upon tho taken up and a hullxtitirto liarethcnerye tojisk for them. Tho ton has purchased Lady Heal, dam of 'overiUiAttoiiii') ViHlainA Vnu-en- t suiiinis'.ion hi Mr lMj.lt of Connoctlcii bj? Ilayon (iatre bill was adopted us follaw's: lirajvuiKiizcM muers to me cxicnioi law shall' be enforecd.lf there Is power Hamburg and a brood raard S'JO.oeo'foK,". r. poi i of thi hi i.ii joint committee Jlojojvrii. That we declare Jourselves . uati mm hou-- e or represciitnliies, npu I iictgcrris Ihekon nf enough In Kculucky7.to enforce it, DOr, of S. H. Hrown, price .1 .yrnold uetgert, opposed to ie Hago i innstidti iht tist; of alcohol in l tlie two, Hamburg's dam being rated nijw on trial whatever - the cost" SihostKsititely recently Introduced in den "i'l th.it a Idrt.IrTBni! .i nt JIO.CW. Duko it W'lshard JiavoW,. . LHiJerl tn iho Tendon Examiner. bought of John Madden , a bay colW 3,-- . seeretart of tho tleus- - t n i ,.i. auioiur t.rpators as Wnciii.stk.ji, Ky.fDec JG.:Tbe. old by Kayon D'0r, dam Sh'c, ,bay coJt,, -, i...iiiiiy. from ihc rolnt iitvMf It's a measure tlial if adopted , iirnment r. tenua, of retlucinjr soldiers" of tins ejly' are' notjptcased by Lisbon, dam- - by .lrapjBt-Sltlalse;- ; j ,.''. . fnsjaJaw-wonly nil the more Urmly t t i. ii ai.'niiui uscil In tha art llhO'Cci'itly. appointed bqanliof and a bay )carllpg colt b)' 'Falsetto l1 . l rlvepthe gold atandanl on tbe people v ".. for the erection of a public hultdfrV it drew from the case when lie rc.illicd with nuVgeonsal this place, and nf.'lho country and perpotunto Its dis- 1 ma, aslu and npproprlalimr'l4sTVer tliatilie had been decclted. nniLwhcn csauiiiyug for warded a pitltion to the nam )) i.isiKin., ,,. . a . 4&r piirvjt and proi Idlnk'yo Aifcerloait the btory tJutiTliii had licen an easy vii tlieyuvWT In every funna. astrous mo .Mr. VUf Join, a Clinreh.-- ! "r j" of i icniMassniKsontjiiT.'XJtrre - tlin pension commissioner asking that the Bf Hesolved, That we pronounco the Ion bills pasted trrahlist one tokening nuotgert was fust Vai tF v ViKtt ,Ky . Dde. O.'Mra. o.d board appointed by tlie Cleveland (ace bill an undisguised effort to re. inntlon of ffVl month toCiu.uls MClV lo suppress the in. administration bo reinstated. The ob- Dora Clav nut her memlH'rshTri4'Ili tllet' Hie our greenback currencyuntl all t of Kentucky, a major rrnrrui injuo cinuoa tails. He flnnlly admitted that the jections to tho'ucw board arc similar Presbyterian church here Sunday. . Khef 'J goierument paper money with n view r- H sirmy durlnif the war of .the icbellloV t young man had told him of having to the objection conlalucit in n poll-tlo- n sam sue was going to iuuku uc iioinu. t: The hotiKe romplclol the enldera-to the suhstitiitioii of national bank thr IcfltiatltP. execullto aud Judicial forged indorsements on three notes rcccntiyseirtHieJpresidenL liere with her brother, Clell KlchariUj &4Vtf notes in their stead and thus fasten in iiion bill exrepilny a paragraph re-and deposited them with him .to secure'1 " son, and wished to belong to n churclj Killed lly Hy agreement tho lluritlnc Holler. hi, io ihc civil service system for yoan the untionalJiank ense, nnit Lnet-gcr- t jl ur on lint lalr paragraph trill ko otcr his fee In (Uie murder Asiii.Asn, Ky., Deo. 18. At Heatrloe, close to home. Hen. Cluy.seny a'le'ttcc Anijjjican people. upon the himself. In the presence of wit. ui uft. the holldajs. To nmenduicnts of Pike county, the steam mill boiler of in which ho said he dsired,tho protec. Tho hill as nesses, corroborated the story. nir sis'rtance were adopted. CHA'NGEIN DATE Miilllns .( son blew ut. fatally In lur Hon of tho Presbyterian uhurch for Dead- r. rust noollshed the nstaK, offlco at Arnold Luetgert laughed when it ing two of tho Mulllns and killing' Mrs. Dora Clay at.thls place. t snd the mints nt Carson Cltr.Nev., Of llm National Momiary Conference at s. a i means. La. .Friday tho repreecnta- - was suggested that trouble might (ieorgc Honycout, the engineer. Parts Con.tilerlnjc Stale Intllaimptill. Sllr He Made. come of his free use of signatures not rmer states made 'mm the two debris were carried nearly 200 iMHAMAroiijo, lutlf. Hec. 21. Hugh Ky . Dec 20 Uov. Hrad-le- y til tight to contlnuo his own nnd said that he considered it of the Into u school house, which treatroot and untucct yards udwood and Cirmn a good joke on. Attorney Vincent The II. Ilanna, chaive ln""priatloas fo in consultation, has already r ed n panic among the students and with tho treasurer und auditor as s.mmluce was heal i ini approprin committee of tn.Jsy i,ni,aja)ionetary supposed n . a, n tnsianici. house rcfu.ed tone- - signature which the lawyer Two others were quite teachers. Ideas of the recommendations confcienec which wavwriletl for this .. nil,. fim.lS was indorsed upon the notes is when horiously Injured, and one will lose an I.. it lo the hill for tbe city for January 2.1, saj Monday that he shall make in his message on the f in- - mine Upper Yukon nnd It correctly written, "I'aul Jaeschke" tho eye as u result Loss SJ.00O. nt to lonirftiico subject of state finances. f.J might Is) necessary lo mako ii alight uauio of an old acquaintance of A. L. - Sntuntay's t sung u llyitiu anil Pled. tiisi.ros lice, at SrsATKchange In the date owing to tno Luetgeit He is a plumber. senate wa brief the Itetldetice ami Content. Ilurned. HopitiNswi.t.K, Ky., Dee. IS. Marcua thai Tomlliison hall and all I . oiimiui'..! (thetho Inlrmlurtion of hills lime Arnold Luetgert said Monday: "I In und Hoi'hivsvu.t.i, Ky , lk-- IS. The res1 ltoper, aged SO years, dropped dead the theaters are engaged for January r on. scleral of Iho taller rallinK for In- - don't see nothing so bad abot&it It's of .liid;- - Pool Turney, near Cerin An effort will If imiile to secure ( 23 it ...it from tarlous departments heint; a matter between Vincent niiTiue. If w hile sitting in a chair at his home ap- idence Springs, together with contents, ulean n erred iite of the resolutions Lafayette, in this county, llo was hall as origlnnlly contem- I - i Tomltnsoii holler, it's nobody's business. he was destroyed by tire, Isdleved to have mrijM' from KHU to ftM.Mm. lbt I don't I plated, but if neither tins hull nor a un nut did admit to Vincent that I signed parently in perfect health and had just hy expended bo the to Is mailable the clmnge will m I i.rnmcnt on tho hulldinirs at tho Trnns-- another name besides my own to the finished singing u hymn when he fell been incendiary. Total loss; 50,000. theater Lett I. Ileorge Clark Dead. .. ..ippi Inlernatlnnal eiivosltlon. to lo notes, and I am ready to stand by It upon the tloor a corpse. He had been aniioiiueeil within a dny or two. The Lewis Lt.MMiTox, Ky., Dec 17. committees having in charge the cure .l.l in ihnaha and redunsl by ti..V. the sum There Is somebody elo In It too. but I n member of tho Methodist church for Heorge Clark, frO years old, original of tho convention will organize for I l. i tpcuded upon the Boterument'silUplai am willing lo Like the blame ami itnnd more than half a century. session tho .enale puiui. the licorge Harris of Henrlette lieecher I ain't afraid, their work Tuesday ttara. icl Mnrty-Mu- e und udoplctl the conference reHirt on for the w hole thing. Holly, Stowes' famous novel, "L'nele Tom's Itic iilll prot llntr for the extension of tho relief nnd Vincent's holler wont do him no Paiu'CAH, Ky., lVe. IS.-lleilucllon In Waco, .limminceil. tf miners a iho Yukon eounlrj Adjourned good " on trial at Kddysville. Ky., for tho Cubln," died hero Thursday afternoou. Stwcooll, N. II., kvc. 21 Notices mill ufler 'Re holidays. jnurdcrof Willlniu Askew, nn old man, Kentucky .Man New. of Col. Hull'. Ilralh Confirmed. y HursK I'ho confereneo report to tho posted nt tlie China. Pom hate was Priday morning glveu 00 years' I Wasiii.soto.x. fVc 17. (icorgo Y Maiiiiid. Dec. 31 rel I lueasuro broke anil Webster cotton uiills, makers as presented and for the Klondike country from Havann eon firmOtllclal dispatches Imprlsoiimoiit. tho report of the 'ill. ticcoiupllct), Cato, Custlo, ot Kentucky, Vtcot liciuw a.reeil to. It cnmpromLi'i Tiik new Colorado tunnel will, when of print cloths, announcing' u reduc- yiu nuiounl ot the relief fund at IJOO.ttM. pro-- f execution of Lieut. Col. .lenqiiln Uulr. xnl Ins trloil nexi May. aancw n. siaicii aa a 5000 clerk in tho ofllco ot completed, h by far tho longest tun tion of wages of about len per cent oa klcs for eecurin the content ot Canada to ex The queen regent has cabled an ex bcutcn to death with bowlders and Ida tho controller of the currency. Cuniullan side, nel lu tho world. It will connect ioio-rati- o January 1. The cut will affect super- truding tho relief to thearmy to carry out nnd pression of sympathy to the family of body was sunk lu the Tennessee river (I lie, Kctniyed tho City with Stiiiol, nnd will 1m 'M intendents and overseers and nil mi Aulhorlir. tho ue of the protlde. thai the sup- the deceased oltieer. It Is alleged that last summer. Ky, Dec. 20. Toll-gat- e relief moature. It aln lllHTONVltLi:. length, with subsidiary tun ployos. iueludiiig nenr'y 1,500 op plies mul lie piuchasetl insieadof belli, miles in the insurgent chief. Nestor Aratigureii, Moluleil tho Keyenue I . raiders destroyed a tollgate on rob The monthly pay mes Adjuurneil until January 6. nels bringing the extreme length to 50 eratites Deo. Ky., Asut.AM, has hnd 70 insurgents shot because the Hustonville and llradfordvllle pike proper passes un- aiiiounts toulKiut SJ7.00I' It Is prob-ublmiles. The tunnel Praley, a lioy about 14 yenrs of ago, Saturday night at 7 o'clock. they offered to nitiko Mibmlsslon. hlrlke AriiIii.I a ltedurtinn. tho cut will lie not .jpted. der l'lke's IV ak at ndepth of 7,000 feet, was brought before I'liltcd Stutes Ilatnuit Leaf Tobacco. Nf.w YnitK, Dee. 21. The weavers nt Sheriff. St'ttllu. With the Auditor. anil will throughout ibt course main Ktii.l.i Not lie. Jap.in. J. W. M. Stewart, Nkw Yoiik. Doc. 21. -- The Ward line Commissioner PiiANKKOitv, Ky , Dec. 20. Sheriffs the Herman looms in the William tain nn average depth of nearly 3,000 Yokohama, Dec 21 -- Husin hns no with violating the revenue from 73 of the 110 counties have arrited charged N. J., steamer Scgurniica, which "s parents feet, tilled Japan of the temporary occupa Strange Co.'s mills In Paterson, Monday from Havana, brings SM bales laws. Iloth of young Praley in ful!lth the auditor. Hon of Port Arthur und u large Jap aro on a strike against a reduction in ure dead. w uges. lr vou wish to clean a mackintosh aneso squntlron has left Nagasaki. of leaf tobin.cn. Mabbed In Xeek. clonk, lay It lint on a lxiard or table, A Kentucky lllrl Promoted. CngUnit Will I lec ii py yuelpnert. ath White MuiiiiAi, Ky., Dee 1'oot Itootti Itatdetl. Dee. 17. Miss C C. Wi.hiiim.ton, tako a brush used for scrubbing Iiuine, I hy l'otlllc. Hum IN, Dec. 21. The rumor is cur- Mlllnard, of Kentucky, has been pro- a liveryman at Hazel, was stabbed in clothes, some lukewarm water in a Ci.r.VF.LAMi, O,, Dec 21. Tho police 21 J. C , Dee P.iciltioxii, Ky Hast moted here that the llrltlsh baslu nnd homo plain yellow hoap. ton S1.200 clerkship in tho e tho neck by Tom Lamb, his cousin. An Into republican candidate for made n raid Monday on a horse rare rent White may die. old grudge. Thnrouchlv brush the cloak, both Iflunty jnler. nss,oind Monday to .U if pool room, whlixajiy malingers clnlm Astatic squadron has lieen orderetl to of the hccretury of tho treasury. " . Island, 00 miles -right and wrong sides, until all dirty tiv Liabilities. Stu 000. assets, farm was merely n ker W of the Central sail , Illeil lu a lluccy- IMIt"ii' Miree.or. of tho JuiIko marks disappear; then rlnso thorough mid stock valued nl u'. lAtS ooo. IL leiegrapn Co., iitj brlieny. Pa. They south of Co'rea, ut the entrance Lkxinoto.n, Ky., Dec. 18. -- Mrs. 1 Yellow sea, presumably to occupy it. Piit. hi hut, K) , Dee. 10- - Oov. llrad-le- j ly lu different sorts of cold water and failure Is due. it 1 i of en Iravo avoided the Ti ior a time by al Weilnesiliiy appointed lion. A. J. tis Wilmott. wlfo of a farmer while Tho tone of the Herman press Is fator-abl- o hang tip to dry, but not near n Un liens made In nl the recent, PRrttMrSjBt hlcl hi' legingthat no l to some such action on the part of Au.xier circuit judge to succeed Judge riding in a buggy in the neighborhood , telegraphed to iWhcy leveland, but spent conslilei of her hbinc fell dead. Patton, of the 1'iV.o county district A n.KVKU workman in a cutlery fn Ureal Hrilalih Allegheny. A police detective dlsoovI or a Nat lot r,? '4 V Hoy' i:ieilriKii Mltli.ljijwiler. .. 4 " I'ark. tory lu Shellleld, Huff., has recently Shipping Chrl.tnm. 'lurkeya. conrred that tho wjres supposed to I'riiilou I'.iamliitrnt liumr.tiiie, y. ClIATTAMHIoA. Tol , Doc. 31. The McKi.m'ky, Ky , . ix - Cloyd lies-te- r, imiilo a doren pairs of shears, each so l'oMKltot, O, I)oc. 21 S'i thousnnd nect with Allegheny went only as far W sHiiiMirox. Dec 17.Dr. J. A. H. minute that they altogether weigh less Chicknmiiuga pnilf Commission ha. as tho second story of the building and dressed turkeys were shlppetl from Iltidilleston was Tliursd.iy appointed u aged 0, poured powder on ihejloer S. ' thnn half a grain. That Is about the closed a deal ( 10 iierea of lookout the raid followed to Pittsburgh on the Queen City fiuinlier of .the pension cxamluinT and lighted it with u mnteh. ' HI fiTccJV The managers sny here weight of u postage Mump. I'.ach pair inountiilli. lAttlding the. Point and- there aro branches of thu sumo con- Monday morplng Two carloads weJt,. fjoard at JtTirkCsvil)e, Ky was terribly burned. Hooker bnttlnicld. to iw used for a na- cern In several large cities. was perfect and would cut If Mitlk'loiil In-- mil to Huffalo. N Y "' Pull.. Prill of llr. 11. C. Manner. t. ' Itenturky's lirKftt DUIUIcr U. Mon tionnl park. ly delicate material could be found. ..1 Ifa r.l.A.l.ni.. .1 f tlll.t.rl l.11ll. Itiriitiovp, Ky Dec. 20 Dr. Henry ji-- '" 0. divK.xsiioiio, Ky . D. Itorr'Arcii.t'il of Another .Murderi Hying on u piece of white paper the) laney Kuork. Out Watt.. C biagni r. uge'd Jl, ouo otV(Iu"het fajf STliotipsiiuito, Pa . Dec. 2t T ("has. poVlJi dean .'. and threu ho San Josk, Col., Dec seemed no larger than Ilea. 1UI.TIMOUK. Dec. 21. "Jim" Jaiur rjjjjvrfortner supreme secretary of tilth, li whisky m is inU rested, fail- l.nt wn cli ens nf MMlison.dlt'd"JJiurVfc, winch of tljl city express the belief Jha knockc tho colored lad of Haltlmorc, Tho A.xKvajHld a prominent law ter of three-itn- i' lers of n lav night of !(Hljht's'djuse..I!o wavyT Tlli'.iiK arc two Interesting instance! James Watts, of Louisville. Ky . "i hort Hoff, held.'rllho poilccyit SjtT the ndddltfxcst, and Harry How aid, ed Saturday forw. Hi nssets estimated sitting in a chutv rfnd cxTiJjffriiildet. of tho effect of water upon tho hiiuinu out eighth round of a rather iinlnti juiillonilollir. for thannluTrHfepf Mt 11' Jry 7i Mohdty to Philadelphia, nl'flS aTatVie tiL'ur.. Monarch Nt us tho v Htinal in lUcUfuo'id celucery"BaVy:,''' system. In the Alps and the I'yreunees the J. .'lnuaii werotaken "go" before the Hurekn Athletio ciute, tsthe niurdcrer IS utontht lu there Is a race of people who aro "old club, In tho, assembly hall of the Ilnwkes, who wn found n ftvriWMhri to servo a term df for forgery. the- lurgejt tlUliller Hi the sLite, ml,had .- uroay f Hemen at 15 vears of mre. nnd who die at Dora M'ant. tn Co Homo. ' , , n homo that cost jiioo.ow. with he'r'throat cut Avrrll M. iswi. eastornJpenltcntlary wrote In jail nn Music here Mondiiy night Vai.i.kyview. Kv.. Den'. IT. Dora. :i0j lhls,lflng entirely duo to tluTfr, ' Jcscrlptlon of the.mnn Inst Jsjyi liMuyW' .frineMt-HiS.ittilJilrt. After 17 iian-J-life, wlAph he headed Ilniken. drinking lime water. The Chinese, on tfjl'io Iteroril In Kniick-OiiDoc laJt-Ktho.cIiHd wife of Hen. Clay, tv'os iho rov Haiiiii.xsiiuko, Ky eumpuiijiaiues wen witn tnai onTon What LU- xpenence bfia AJjiirt fool. the other hand, drink nothing biitl Wt'ji.x. Mass.D.'a 21. knock-out- Is claim ui.iii. ...... ,.U,.,ill oterlrof UrccklurldL'O cfplcnt of a basket, of provision frOuij a' H. of r. Col ,,. w . ,.ti tt t .. 1.1:.. '.it.ti .....,' was rain water, , and as u nation, their fedTto'bo the record in eountv. has retired. afterA'borviu.sl.lTJ ty uiio.iinniviiufBUuy. i;?"" - , TeptB Wkllbton. O.. ITce JJLj-Th-o 1..JMio"f.:l)ei J' A Hnmburg dls-- year'h. sIIu Is buceeedcd.by-WftundciMoiitlay night nt the llollimin onS. Hall, ii r ii Thtirsdav.' us blio"rhttd longevity is proverbial. district convention of "ihtiKtilghtafl .patch tayslliliarclJAteali ilespoim citin wucn .uii,e niggiiis, in ints NovCW- - tiounccd. i'rhtThii't .kwonlby "eourlur f who" defeated Skllluiuu ut tlw 11 vu II., ryiiuns. ine uiiiu'.' m looges, win uc ent mill "...J-f- .. .. .Minneap.IT..! Tiik hoard ofseducat'oti of put Tom Poran. of MaliUyi, out in .s surru,'iu,ui.iiiuuiii' for Hen, Clay tQwuiTtvi JiCt PrdufJ, olis will sioso the schools In March foi nnd a half secomlB. The jirevloui reo- - held hr.iiii.ii:iry0 All tKtTKrnnd of. ls.also dCU Mti'iJ 'iJi"tJ0', ' jM flrer.flrc exti.-t.uto bo nronfai. ' np.l ten l si v seisiiiitw lack of money M , 'TV T' " 1 MA, BMC tvm. sl- cull flllijttl trill no exiiauttnrij uonatt-uthe rate question the miners WajIminuius', l)ee n srsATr-l'riKeiu resolution which means a Ings of Iho sciiho arm fnlltrnnl Weiltiemlftr complicated light In spite of the fnct njr nn lnleielliitilrli.itr usin Ibe bill nirsrnt-Oi- l by llio torrluu nljtloilt isiinmlllee pruvlil-m- t that tho courts have rill il that tho for tho irnhlliioit of n..u;lc scbIIhk I'T new mining law Is iinerastttutional, Amrrlcaiis. The till wait wiimI hr h vote of the icsoliitlon deiiimuU a rnto of ninu nioll Mr Mcllidc (Ore ) rndrntorcl to cenbi ii ton for coal u il lomen from .ertirn tho oiloptlon f Ills resolutlun directing Tho Iho set rotary of wui Ui Uily irllrf lo Iho Hie mine without iiflrrluK miners In lie Klondike nxlini and decided to ignoro the new ipiiniprhtllnu IJMHlfor lhat purpose The mining law entirely. reMiliilluu was anirnosl no that the .npplles Iloth contentions Mr inlay favored an might Ixi lrniorlrl hy meant of relmlri r Mr Mcllllile minscntil lltuill) Ihnt thr nttcuipt to bring nhoul tin iiitcr-statshould coiiveiilioti of anil miners to ntTdlrsrninniitteo rceonmllteil to the military with the tindentandlny that ls held at tiiluiiibu,, O , nni time It jnmlil Ihi promptly nsirteil llin a llh a spirited ltd sertlrr delmle un next month for the jurpose of fixing rl rtl hy Uio minus ronunltiro iho Mil tli.i several states. the mining rate for prot Minx fur Hie iipiKililinrui of a illrrctnrol With thu complic.it ous ulsive men iho ren.iis nml TLjiMHojes wim mimiiii iorm . On a'a rT Kffirfflwrcnj demonstration. , The Output of Xtliltkr Ketlinmod, pared Willi Oth.r Yearn. l(iterrir'nriiT,iir-rrrtrTcTKM, pnsscd s o rcvi-lullo- c irriM-nle- only liilercsts thoro nni thoso of the 1,10(1 Herman clllrciis who form n part of tho wealthy sugar planting coin miinlty The supreme court Monday ulllrincil the decision of the lower court in the ease of J. J Hbauks, n convicted urn of California, basing Its decision on thai in the Dun ant case. AsiusnfoN, Dec 'Jl The monthly stateuii'iil of the collections of Internal rctcnoc. show that foi llio mouth of Novcmls;r last the receipts amount etl to lS,tl.VJ,v!.Ki. mi increase asioui. pared with N'oteinlK-- last year id SI 'J.'i?,ll'J7. Por the last live moullis how ever, thcic is sliowti lo have Ikcii a r ctiin-miltc- c i.iiii.i.Hi..i.T.i will mako I T.xfo'Tosi,.Kv.n)i!c, ho !ior-(I mli'iii .my com Kourbon in. mrn.'u.'.i Tho Ixitilavlllo Handicap for three Tear olds and tmtvurds. 1 mile'. 81.500. Tho Vllue Orasa slakes for throe year the am diUiiU WvM'nottt-vvor- i ,nf wpail.ivUit ,1,11,1 Corn- - fal fatitklJ '7'.y .TyvTTS vfrySBTl?: 'TJio Mlcmotselle gtakc8 or thrce , , ,,,,., -' j,, ,... thc oper-ntlo- i fr jl pCCt-SjU- yV Id w r, 1$ Jft? sys-ter- ' Matti-chukrtl- e 7 't, Is-s- f: ita "' ru lat. t 4; fi fc ti DeciSO.-r-Throug- n. ..ni.-loiio- riix-ndc- - ' v t ' nTijJbGit.r, -- i '- V-- , yx,f . - ' . I. i W -- i K-e- tt:-thei- r i . novel-opmeu- , c a- i 1'iet-utlt- e Will K-e- rmcr-yonc- . T ls.-Ju- c I now-settle- d IS.-N- of-ne- iir-v- ;; tV.-s?iv- IX-c- Ih -- S 20.-T- 1 Acad-emy.a- 1 - " Ti t. Xaj -- s c il . I ........ 1 s ' ' Nr-- , K- - s, S - ii ft- v. T wdtetW e3. tfSr V m '$ f 10 -, 'as 1 vhnnf'Q vs Ifl tnr Oo JIOIHlay, tirr ...... ... 1..J r"i . m, a ft au at I 0 I aYflR. It belnK lh it the rnular Ural day term ef Ibe ,)- Fulton eoualj eourl, J- ictiaw. Jn. Jr, auf.o Janof -. i. -. i..,.. II ...i nf r..ih. ..r. ..I., lha follnwlnir iK. hK.hu! o.JJer for caah. IH'lS ami K.. it I lB'Jfi. i.wr.ii"wiiTw- r L LvHr, 4.32 rtora'Vr! J H V Mrs M J Jepion, S.So 101 aeraa inJ near Wm omlan I 4 00 talllHh DIM IH). 2 CO: coat 2 Pulton loo, laxea 1 Ho, coat two i II I l.t In 8.S0 U:fe Hop. K .'WO rr .ud near 0 D Thorapaon, Ooluoibiu lot in nlckman valued at 300; Una 1835, 2 U8, 4o 9S ral al WO; Iaxe 'I'd, 3 H) 3 tal2oo, laxea l.4o, coat two coil 2.0O. total 2.8o 6 80 achool lax '92 toil .. loi.i 1.25 BL 2 lot. In Waal P. ion. balance lax '91 2.6S, ooat two 168 w Marahall and W C lllalr al Pluinmrr, Ad lol In nlckman val 1.5o M 00.12 00; total 200. Ui '07 wx1 . 0x11 . total 4 12 12; eel 2 850, taiea "Jft.-tax 2 15. acbool la 1 Oo, eoal two 5.75 Mllelitll, Win anJ R A 1 lot In Fill. 1.1.0. cTRtkssssssssV 8.' Marshall, O W 14 acn land near A 4 20 Jackaon, Date lol In nlckman tal 76 axa I'O. 2 20, coal 2. tolal ton Valued at 1.00O, laxaa 1895, DoMyers, Ingram vnl 4o, tax 2. Do: 11 Clmmbtn, 8.00 Smith. B A lot In Hickman tal 25 00 tax 1 Oo, achool lax 1 25, coat two 4.80 6 Of coat 3 00; tolal Adm'r, land near Marshall, O W ag't Talley hr'a 2.20 Hendrix Henry, J lol in Hickman, $50 ea "JO. 20n enit 2. Inlal Mitchell, Win I lot In Fulton aaluad BniM aMsl 1000, tax Wright acres land ue.ir O W Marshal collage t.x 'HO. 2(V; foal 2, total 2.20 4 70 tax 145, achool 1 25, coal 2 00 at 600; txaa 1895, 2 '., coal 2 00 4.99 '07 7 70. cost . total valno 16o: tar l.lo: cvst 3. to Smllli, Jno LICO ama lam! near J II Gleaaan Jeeae, lol!in Hickmau, $100, Mullalt, Nick 1 lot in Weal Fulton Connelly, Mrs M P lot in Jtinlan Marshall, Mrs L lo7 netvs laud near al 000; laxea '95, 4 70 llrown 4 00 lax 2 00, con 2 00, talued at 300; laxca 1895,2 85; Q W Marshall vluu5oo; taies valued aw, tax '97 a.lio, cost 2, t.0 0.70 Gardner Jno. A , lol In Hickman, 575 4.85 "at 2, total eoal 2.00; total tias-.- . sirs Jl V 20 acres land near a. bo; cost , total 6.80 4 25 taxra 2 25, cott 2 00, taxea 1890, 4.00: iTit 2 00; total COO Salmon, Q M T27 acrea land' taxra Nichols, Greeu lot in W Hickmau P liynuin. valued 100. t:ix '97 S.59 Clark Peter lot in Hlckmin $150 00 "&. 1.6"; coal 2, tolal Belleri, J W I lot in Fulion falnul 1.86, cost .total tU 3.0o mi iu, uuu i.wijiiwi IV nr(ca lUl IUV 3 05 Hawkins, Mm Lonelta .'!' acres land Uvea 1 05, coat 2 00 at 200; taxea 1S95, 1.60; coat 200 8.50 43UnjUJra college tax I 49 ; cost , total 3.49 2.95 Gunaacler Joale2 lot llleiman $350 taxea '90 'Joe: coat 2, total taxea 189n, 1 67; cost 2 00; total 3.07 Oakley, Mrs L D 91 acres laud and near Mrs W B Mclloheo valued Stone. Mra Kale 05 acrea land near 4 81 lave 2 81, eoal 2 00 Btrphenaon, W II 41 acre land near I town lot E Hickman, 000, tax '07 4.00, cost , total val 4oo Mud cretk tal 360; bal taia'9G Heatlierly Weat for wr on lot Mot-ma- n ?aiuea ai iw, laxea ncrx b McGclico. Geo W 23 land 6.o5 taxes .1.o5; cost , total 1 10; coil 2, lotal 3 10 $100, taxe 80o. school 42c wib, eio Kt 1896. 4.W. coat 2 00; total 0.60 4 15 . total 160. tax 3 15. STATIONERY, near Mrs S A McUeheo valued 4. 80 college tax 2.8o, cost .total w, o. ibUHur. Salmon, F I) 63 acrea land on Obion 3 22 cost 2 00 Miluer, Buck lot E Hlekmau valuo Crjce, Ieaac M 64 acre of land near 0,00, tax '97 4.00, cost 2, total Perry, Mra A M 2 lots K Hickman creek val al 25(1; taxea '90, 1.00; 0(1 cud 4, tax lot In uicaman $100 00 Bennett John Wm Wade, talued at 1.000; , total 200, tar 3 McConurl, MnKda 3 lots in Jordan O.So val Uoo; tares 7.3a' cost , 8 60 eoal 2, lotal 5 25 daxss 3 25, cost 2 00 9.80 1E9S, 7.80; coal 2 00; total Jesse lot valued 40, tax '07 SOC, cost Z, NOTIONS, &(. 8.05 Mattox, tux 1.05, E Hickmau value 3 collek'u tax 0 05; cost , total 4.40 Smith, K 11 for wife tot W Hickman 76, taxea 1890. bal 2 40; coil 2 00 coat .total Manlothorito, Jessie 2 acre laud T. II. J0H5S0X, of land uacr H Poyncr, J 110 m-4.95 1,I ILltlokiuaii vuln laxta '90, 2 95, con 2, tolal 10, Jno .W 1 lot In Fulion talod Wol-xtc- r 1m.uV.U tl.lto. Mt , totnl ' X Bltth. valued Ex Sheriff Fulton County Co. uoar rr - "taxm-t-W Y Call and boo our Block. Kvery SOO, lor college tax '90, 2 20: eoal 2 Tom loo. eo-al 1000-- taxe 1800. 7.37; coat W V.lKUMJkV Powell. Mrs 11 P, A 8 Kosedalo ug lot Drv arc Plnmiuer, AI18 lots I J Hickman val uvn. Norton. Mrs lUao lot in Jonl.iu vsk iOth nvt 8 lots E iekunin val llix); tax t'. ooe; coal 2 3.01 1 iiicknum; ium 4, 200. tax 2.00. cost , total 2.20 thing up to date. ued 25. tax '97 20e. cost S. lo.3o 8.3o; cost , tnUl 2.50 laxca '90, 60c; coal 2, total Fulion tallied at 600; laxea 1890 lot E Hickman val Pavne, John lloborts, Thos J 100 aero of Tand " Rogers, U K lira 32o acres laud near college tax '95, 65c; coat 2, total 2 65 6 77 3 77; eoal 2.00, tolal 3. 1 40 111st 60, tax total luisr A M Lnusford nlnod 32n. Oliver Owens val Goo, tares 4.0o collate (ax '90, 55c; coat 2, tola! 2 56 Gurlejr, Mr. A W 1 lot In Weat FuU MARY IiKUENDKN ik Co. 3 lots E Hick 5.68 tax '97 3.08, . fotal O.Oo Royal, Anderson heirs , Warner T U (Weliman P J) 1 lot cot Wtotal Ion lalunl at 200; taxaa 1896 man vnluisl 300, tax 2,80, cost 2 4 Sccarce, iirs Minnio ltf acres land Roberts, 1 30; coal 2.00, total 164 acres laud uesx A (0 A) In Hickman laxea '95, 1.S0 3.30 Rollins. Hon lot E Hickmau value near S V Heurv. liilned 3000. W L Benthal val 3.6o, tat 2 7o 05 3I03DAY, JAX. 10TII, 169S, 3 30 coil 2, lotal Lucaa, J D lot lo Weat Fulion valued 3 SO 70 tax '97 23 70, cost I. total 4.7o Ray. 100. tax.1 I. S5. cost .tolal value cost , total college lax '95, 1 60; ooat 2 8 30 it beinK tho first day of the regular Jantax 1890. 6 00, coat 2 00 '00 11700; Eliza lots E Hickmau A uary term of tho Fnltou Countv court, Scearce, II L 00 ncrrslatid near '97 Sanise, V P lo acres laud near J R. Wllliaraa, T II guardian Olidewell CrutcLer, W II lot Id Weal Fulton 3 250, tax 1.10. cost M Lunsfonl valud 100, tax 4.0o Fields, Mil 3.M, tax 2 Oo. cost at tlio Court Honso Uiwr in IHccniau, heirs; 30 acrea land near II M valued at 125; taxea 1890, SOcti; 2 75 Rhode. Hastings 8 lots O A Hick 750, cost 2, total I Shephvnl, Miss K 16 acres land r Murirr, taxra 1890, 1 30; coil 2 8.30 Ky,, between tho hours of 10, ft. ru., nud Tmnt, Sam B bO 2.80 coata 2 00; total 1 S5, cost 2, man value'lOO, tax II IOKMAN, aires land near KKNTUOKT 8, p. m., I will hell to the hichest bidder J R Hrowu v loo; tax 7Sc, cost 2 2.78 Sharpo, Bristol 21 acres land near Walker, Wllaon Y 90 acre land near catce rnrciMCT. J M Asbel valnM 500, tax '95 Shelton, U P ngt for Roach hrs, 92 for cash, for Taxes dno for tho year of J Smith, val 360; taxea '00, 3.35 Mrs L Clark valuo 200, tax 2 00 0 M 4.1K). cont , totaf Adaraa, Green 1G0 acrea land In up. acres laud uear Mra E Thomas 6 36 1897, and cost of a.Ue, the following OfUoe over Oowcill A Cowclll'e coi 2, lotal cost 2. lot per bottom taluedat ICO; taxea 9 7o val looo. taxea 1 7o, cost 2 Wright, Noah 1MIJ acrea land near real mtAte la tho uainui of tho White, F 1 NV. in Jiidau value 100, 2 b0 Smith. Mrs Jano lot in E Hickman cohtl , total 2.95 tax '97 Dmc Htore. 1895. 95c; coat 2 00; total : Salmon, J I) for P X Salmon, 3o following parties, Lowery. laxea '90. 2 05: Frank 3 valuo 250, tax 1 90, cost Unknown land, 25 mtks valncil 125, 2;95 1890.06c: coal 2.00: tolal acres land near W D Joues val 4 06 COST IN EACH LIST, (2. cal 2, totnl 2 95 Wilkervm. Felix lot In Hickman Ux '97 95c. coat;.', total M 137 acrea land near I Bradler. E 45o, tares 3 45. cost 2, total 5 45 DRUGS. acbool lax "90, 1.60; coat 2 3.60 5C 8 37fJJJijJjijJjijJjijJjijJjijJjijJjijJjijJjH DRUGS. value 40, tax 1.37, cost rULTO PKKCIXCT. Clark'a; bal laxea for 1896, 9.15; Starr, Mra S illol acres laud near .v, CAVCK AND LOIU AagtptAa riuok raix'iMcr. Walker. Dave 2 acres land near Ned 11.16 Allon, Mm Joaio lot in Fast Fnltou W 51 ssaTaams val looo. taxes coat 2 00; total J Br. lot it val 75, tax 1 05 cot kman Carter, Walker valued Dotaon. Jaa 100 acrea land near W F Clark, John Aa2 acrae land on Mud valnwl 100; tax 1897, .78; coat 9 7o 7.7o, ciMtJaxxxamM 3 ued 25, tax 'VasssB cost 2, total 3 27 , total 0.75 Trry; laxea '96, 4 75; coil 2 3, total 2.78 ureeK taitiau ai mi; laxea iovo Somen, Jim' Uaml near Caycu val'd NortliiUKton, J HASdAITKAH HIIXIB Auderxon, Mr Alllo H lot in Fnlton 1.20: coal 2.00. total 320 Darnell, Mra M A 95 acrea land near Edwi taxes 75c, jkt S 27 t , total 25, tax '97 1.: G L Darnell; lax '90, 3.65; coat 2 6 05 ALa IM valued 450; tax 1897, 8.60; cost Clark, Jno A ac't 0 I) Clark'a halra 2 75 Bradshnw, Mra S E M) acres land cost 2. total Darnell, 0 L56) acrea land near M 2, total 5.50 2 acrea land near Mil J Ureek, 1IICKMX (land near J A itKcixcrr. Solio. M O 331, near J M Heushaw valno 300, 'NV lot W Fulton val6.26 Blythe, John A Darnell, lax ".Hi, 3 25; coat 2 laxea 189C; 20c; coat 2 00; total 2.20 Semplo val 2 tax 2.95, cost 2 4 95 tat 2 30. cost . East Hickman E lot Green, Mra 8 K 100 acrea land near ued 1000 ; tax 1897, 8.55 ; cmt 3, 10.55 Bobo. Wm .100, Iabell, II C lor wife, 26 acrea of land college tax cost total valuiHl tax '97 .1.30, cost , 30 Salmon, xVunry 2.loo acres 2land near 4.08 Babcock, Goo II 130 acres land near Madielnaa, Tainta, Oil, H;a Siofla. A Rrlcaance place: laxea '90 BoliuKcr, Mra Huttio lot in Fulton, near ,nat Mmoir. J tamed at 4u J W Stowo valued 300, ta 3 10 Bransford. B II 10.V acres land near 4 98 3 S5 1.85; coat 2, totnl valued 300 ; tax 1697, 2.30 ; cost lln, lax 1890,298; coat 2 00 juilu runs val 000, taxes t.bo, 5. cost .total H Vincent mined 1300, tax T Gollody Geo 40 acraa land near J II aaT I'lfatrlpllona Carefully Campaandad 4.30 2, total McConnell, Mr Macule 2 lota In Jor6.85 Conner, Geo B 2".X) acres near S C cost 2, total 1190 '97 9.90, cost r total Coffey; taxra 95, 60c; coil 2 2.50 Crew, V T lot In East Fulton valdan valued at SO; taxea 1890 39c; Shaw. Sam lot W ickman val 15o Bowman valuo 1000, tat 7 73, Brown. J H 455 acres land near Jno taxea '90, 60c coat 2 total ued 400 ; tax '97, 3.00 ; cost 3 5.00 2.60 2.35 coat 2 00: total tax 2.2o, cost 2, total 9.7 3 4.2o cost , total Smith valno 1000, tax '97 15.00, Cochran, W O lot in East Fulton Palleraon, W K 120 acrea land near Norton, Mra Roaa bt in Jordan til. college tax 2.5. cost 1. total 4.o5 Cooper, MraM J 80 acres land nrar 17 00 cost , Wm Ontten, lax 9G 2 05; coal 2 4.05 valued 250 ; tax '97, 1 90 ; cont 2 3.90 Brown, Mrstotal E 47 tied at 250; taxi 1890, I.GOjcolt 2 lota E ickman valno Smith, A P Wm Perry value 600, tax 3 W, lots E HickAnnie 3 95 UcUyer, .Mra A A 72 acre of land tax '95, 1.95; coat 2, total 2.00; tolal 3.00 3.82 loo, taxes, 1.82, cost 2, total eostj2. man valued 550, tax '97 4.15, Roper, Elaia CO aeraa land near Blue near 'VVriirht Bros, valuwl 1600; Reetea, Date lot In Catce; tax 1896 college tax 7oc. cost 2 M. 6 15 2.7o Darn at I, G L 55 acres land near D A , total cost 13.50 tax '97. 1 1.60"; cost 2, total Pond, taxea 96, 2 05; coit 2 4 05 6.35 3.35: ooat 2.00: total 5. college tax '97 3.85, cost . total & v5 Smith, Ri for wife 6 lots W Ick value 350. tax 3 76, fust 2, Freeman, Mrs (Jemima 158 acres of Soot I, carah E 100 acrea land near Unknown land G llolden, 25 aeraa of 4.37 Dam .ill. Mrs DA 93 acres land near man, val 3oo, tax 2.37, coat 2 DK1LKK IK Brown, J It lot Luttrell place Hickland adjoining L WoUh valued land en Bay ou d Chlen valued J A Brlggance place; laxea '95 college tax 2. lo. cost 2 4. 1 o G L Darnell val. 400, tai 3,47 mau valued 200, tax '60 1.50, 3200 , tax '97, 34.70 ; cost 2, total 20.70 2 85; coal 2, total 4.85 at 125,' taxea 1896, 76c; coat 2.00 -- , SJ0 Smith, R n tor mother lot W lck- coat cost 2. total Felmster, J P 40 acres land near II STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES MlDRta BtD rxtCIXCT, CO LOR It O. man val 25, tax 16c, cost 2 2 18 Goor'y, Mra Nettie W 80 acres land collego tax '97 on Lntrell place 1 40 nicKMAx ttLtcmcr. O Brinkley valued 900, tax '97 college tax 17c, cost 2 3.17 Lawaon, Alax 80 acre of land near West near A L Barker value 250, tax ,8.95 Bon ton, Sam lot in .., at Hickman . .1 Ben ag't W J tlondiirant 0.95 : cost 3, total Alaiandar, .. .1 r TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. r Campbell place, taxea 90, 3.75; 2, I, XI, CIWl ., t II Thomas, Mrs C It 80 acres land near vaiutsi itn 1.1S VI -Gregory, J W lot la East Fulton 8 acrea land valued at 40, near F Jo Houlhao ral 12oo, tax Uoo?; Greu,V II agt Mrs S E Green 160 D lots East Hickmau coat 2, tolal 6 76 Iloudurant. laxea 1895.30c: coat valued 400: tax '97. 8 00: coat 3 6.00 lllaldwin, B 850.3 tax '97 3 70, cost 2, 5 70 cost 2. total '14.oo valued acres land ncvJ A Hriggauco HICKMAN raitCINCT, COLOIED. 2 80 Gibbs, W I lot in West Fulton val- 2.00: total Mr Sloes Is aluaya Fraaa and Casarlal. 5 45 Thompson, Thos 74 acres land near val 800 tax 2 SO. cost 2 (Allege wvs coal i loiai ued 125 ; tax '97. 95c ; cost 2, 2 30 Allen, Jane lot In Hickman, laxei'95 3.05 laxea 1890; 30c; coat 2.00; total T Vincent val 3oo, taxes 2 80 ,, Kayes W P 1 to aens land near J T Baldrich, W W 37 acres land near aad I isfll lb f nfcili i bal 1 00; coal 2, total 3 00 Grief, A J lot in Fulton valued Anderaon, Jag l 25 acrea land near 4 So cost 2 Maiden valne H00. tax 1 85, c at 2 5 and HM Johnson valued 150, tax us. 1000 , tax '97, 7 00 , cont 2, total 9.00 I laxea 06, 1 CO; coat 2, total F Darnell valued at 160; taxes 3 00 Morgan, J T 100 acros land near Ja 97 1 On, cost . total, 3.00 Underwood, Jno A 2o acres laud , Cih raid far Ceaatry Praduaa. 4 05 BretarJ. .ack lot In Hickman; taxe Hargrove. Mra A J 6.1 acres land 1896, 2 05; coil 2.00; tolal near Abo Underwood val 5oo ' urnett, U B 2 lots in Hickman, Barney valued, t.ixH.30eat2 10.! '90, 1.75; coal 2, tolil 3 75 near t, "Welch vnlncd 800 ; tax Anderaon, J R 60 acre land near F taxes 3 35, cost 2 valued 700, tax '97 6.00, cost 2. 7 30 .MOianou, T 11 agt H Taylor 180 Brown, Mory Ellen lot in Hickman ffltllBi'i old aand, Cllnloa Btraal, '97, 0 10 ; coat 2, total ; Barnett valued al 176; taxaa 8.10 eollego tax '97 4.90. cost 2 total 6 90 Unknown h'rs 2 acre land, 1 lot acros land near Jack I'pshaw taxea 90, 1 00; coat 2, Iota' 4.10 3.00 Hnmphrov, W E 1 acre of land 1690; 2.10; coat 2.00; total IIICKAX. KY. -If J 1 1 acres l.mil near Hick- BiE ick'u val 75, tax 67c, "coat aL2.57 10 valuo 1000. 1.U8.I6 oot 2 Brown, Anderaon lot in Hlclman, tax near J G Gardner valued 40; Benthall, W L 130 acrea land near J " 63 Mptx. Ifmirv rt1 ncrt Ititul nMr .1 II collego tax cost 2 niAt'Titl 240; taxon '97. 4.00. 'DC, 1.75; coat 2, lotal 3.75 tax '97, 30c , cost 8. total Deweaae. valued 2.000; tax 1890 2.30 o S.f' f VfTM vain., SIV1 tavfljn m 8,0 1 Wllburn, J M ag't Mra I.anderd'alo cost , total 18.10 Brown, N B 2 lota in Mickman value 10.10. coat 2.00; total Hargrove, O H 15 acres land near 2 lota W collego tax '97, 2 74 ; cost ickman val 35o, taxes 4.74 Perrv, Wm 620 nctr laiil-neMm 60; taxes '95. 1.38. toil 2. total 3.S9 Kchool tax 1890 diet 14, 0 00; V O Fnltou valued 400 , tax '97 3.7o, cost 1 &.7o lots HPnllervnlnaatJO; tax M lo, 3. a' ; cost 3, tdtal yal 5.05 Blantou. Mrs J W jr.tAKMM lu Hick- 8 CO Caldwell, Henry lot coat 2 00; total 3.06 tttMrt waal ni 9t. fMC i coats, oiiiro ins t.va, coat 3 ( 3.20 IbV, taxes ys, P5; coat 3 85 Ilcrrinfj, Mrs BtlJwia, II D 3 lof In Ilfclunan vat. " taV""n r"t- : total a.wi Wilburn, J M agt Hue Thnmaaon 4 madrio wso tokcinct. (BuiioMaor to Ilitolc Ilrtta taxe '96, 1.00; cost 2, total 3.00 ned 700; t . oed at 250; laxea 1896 bal 2.40 lots in ickman tal ICo. taxos fi tax '94, '94, '90, '97, 3,25 Becnham, nen V I30arrea land near Herring, It A coat 2.00; total 4.40 Caldwell, Erneat lola in Ulekman val 1 2o. cost 2 3 2o ; total 4.3d 2(300, tax 20.00 Kaunio Hi 200; taxe "JO. 2 35: coil 2 J R Ad.Muataluc 4.05 Brown J. JC COO land near Jno Smith collego Ui 1 12, cost 2 3 12 iveith 10 lots in W Hick- 97. cost 2, 22.00 Collier, Anthony, lots In Hickman $1450 00 tare 16 87. coat 2 00 Walker, W B Ho acres laud near J W ... 4.00 I' Jahnson,9.25 : cost acrea val 100: taxes '97, 75c; n I nn .Aw . Tcney 4 Beckham, Ben net Beckham helm 18 37 va, z.tvr, eoal vai miv; iaxe varl890 Brown val 35o. tax 8 9o. coat 2 6.9o 1 2: total 2.75 600 acres Inml near R 1) Walsoa. bal taxe '90.60k coat 2 2.80 eJC400 ; tax '97, 7.00 ; cost 3, toi Brown J. U. acbool tax No. 17. 1890 Wright, Noah P 14, ocri of land illese tax '94. '95. '90. '97.2.80 valno 1000. tat 7 49. cost two Klauaman lsrewing Co, lot in 0.49 7 63 Clark. Jim lot In Hickman val 50 0 63. coat 2 00 4.60 uearr iowery al 100, tax 2.2o eit 8: total ton valued 150; tax '07, 1.85K Mrs Mary 122 acres luml near taxaa '95, 1 40; cost 2; lotal ".,3.40 Brown Mr M. A. 40 lot E. Htclmaa ton, Dr J W heirs, 5 acros land 4,2o Clark,It Adams eost2 r 3, s- -j cost 3, total 3.45 J value 2.1)0, tax 10 95 taxes KM, 1.46; oot 2 total $060 00. taxe lor 1890. 8 70.cat agt Olidewell heir Wtllinma, T Y iltcxmnu val 60 . taxes '95 Little, Mrs Klixa lands valncdint cost 2, 18.95 6 70 Dodda, Creaay lot in Hlokman val 2 00 r 3o ncnM land 'SO. 97. 1.15 : cost 2. total Mn V Mru 3.16 lOfirt? taT '07., w- .- .'. . w. 9 tnfl tft QS -f 200; taxe 95. 1.60; coat 2, tolal 3 80 MAliniD BP.SI). OOLOHKt). v.vw mil Con war & Mooney, lot in Hickman j Mertry val 25o, tax I 15, coat 2 3.15 collego taxii94. !95, '90. '97. McPdden, Mra Allco lot inWett TXJ, I 40; coal 2, tolal taxea 3 40 valued at 75.00; taxea 1895, 60c; Lawaon, Alex 80 acres land near W HKPAHUNG ASI'KCIALTV. WOHK CUAUANTKItU! 3.40 Nelnicr, V CJ lot in ickman val ti.it 2, total Fulton valued 300; tux '97 2.30 2.50 Fonadall, Jaok lot lu Hickman yal coal 2; total Perry valued 400, tax 4 20 cmt 2 0 20 , Geo ag't Thomason hr's " loo. taxes 75c, 2 2.75 cost. 2, total , 1 250; bal taxea '90, 1 60; coal 2 3.60 2 60 1S00, 60c; oo--l 2; total laxea collego tax 7oc, cost 2 lot in E Hickman val 300 ; taxes E. 2.7o J0II.S05, H. C. Mullet, Nick lot West Fnlt&trS-va2 06 Gilbert, Geo lot In Hickman, taxes 'eolleie tax 1895, 65c; coat 2 4.27 WiUoxi. Jlrs MT60 acres land near '97, 2.27; cost : total 4.30 ued UOO; tax '97, 2.30; cost 3, '90,05c; eoit2, lotal 2.95 2 66 collage tax 1890, 05c; coat 2 U S llsoa value 3oo, tax 4.10 collego tax '97, 2.10 ; cost MyricV, J S 2 lota iu Fnlton valued Folton Gnanl: Miss lilrdle G'lgS', Anderaon 2 lota In Hickman Crow. Cliai 198 acrea land near A M cost 2 4.80 73 ; tax '97 1.00 ; cent 2, total NI 3.00 Clark, John A guard Hilla Clark, 3.70 taxea '95, 1.70; ooat 2. total Jt Roper valued 600; taxe 1890 Nail and Arty Tarver came over HH'ICMAX, 141 Y. rTilMin. U S 100 acres of land noar 2 acres land near P B Henry, Mitchell, Wm lots in Pulton valued 3.70 taxea 90, 1 70; coat 2, tolal 315; coil 616 from Clinton Wednesilavand were 2.30 Wilson, val C5o, taxes 0o5 val 40 ; iaxcs97r SOo ; cast GOO ; tax '07, 3.80; cost 2, total 6.80 Gardner, Jno 2 lota In Hickman, lax .Corum, Mra Sarah lot In E Hickman cost 2 8.o5 married by Klder J. N. Hall while Crow, Chas 198 acres' land near L 4 90 Minis B P lot in East Fulton val '95, 2 DO; cot 2, total 2.96 taxea 1890. 95c; coat 2; total Williams, T and L tfio acres of A Ingram valuo600, taxes '97, ued 500; tax '97. 4.85: cost 3. 0.85 littine In tbeir bncRV in the Stato ilsndrix, Henry lot In Hickman val Clay, Angelina 74 acre land near land near Scot Ellis valno 2oo 5.S5 3.85; cost , total Line road. After the ceremony 3 00 Xoniiau, Mrs 8 E 120 acres land 100; taxea 95, 1.00; coat 2 Grave School Houa val al 600 taxes 5o, cost 2 Conway & Mooney, lot in E Hick3.6o near Foster Forrest valued 3000, taxea '90, 1.60; ooat 2, total taxea 189G, 3 20; coat 2; total 3 60 6.20 was performed the happy couple man, val 75; taxes '07, 5Sc; ; cost 3, total tax '97, 23.10 25.10 HICKMAN PRECINCT. COLORED. Cllne, Mia Ada SO acre land niar Harl. Armaiead lot in Hickman val started for their home, uoar Olin cost ; total 2.63 Owens, Chas lot in Pulton valued 100; bal laxea '90, 70 coal 2 2 70 Ld Jonea val at 160; taxe 1890, college tax '97, 63c ; cost 2.53 AUen, Jane 2 totsm ton. Shortly after tbey left tho 300 ; tax '07, 2.30 ; cost 2, total 4.30 xiickman vai 1.00; coat 2; total 3.00 Jackeon, Date lol in Hickman val Corum, Mra Sarah h'rs 4 lots Hick2oo, taxes l.fto, cost 2 S.So city it was learned that the license 1 25; coil 2 3 25 Paschal!, Tom lot West Pulton val- 50; laxaa '90; Deweaae, L B and M B 314 acrea land man val 200; taxes '97 1.50; Alexander, Allen 3 Iota E Jickman ued 400; tax '07 4.10; cost 3, 0.10 Jonei, J J lot in Hickman tal 50: lax was Issued in Teuuessoe, and that In Obion bottom val 2000; taxea 3.60 cost ; total val 1 60, taxes 2o, cost 2 42o tho marriage was performed in 90, 1.35; coat 2; total 3 35 Stephenson, II It 90 acres land near 19.30 1896,17.30; eoal 2; total collego tax '97, 1.40 : cost 3.40 I Barlieo, Scot 3 lotfc Jickman, val Beard place, valued 2500; tax acliool tax 1890, 6.30; coat 2 7 30 Keys, Green tot in Hickman val 150 It is not known what '97 ; cost 3, total I 4.05 Kentucky. 31.30 Dennis, Albert lot W Hickman val 255, t'jxes 2 95,lost 2 taxea 'P5, 0q ooat 2. total 2.90 Dewreee, V B and J W Smith, 100 76 ; taxes '97 1 cost tne jonnc people win ao, unt we Simmons, U E 27 acres land near ickman Key a, Green heir, lot in Hlokman acrea land In Obion bottom val 'fi5rbVn. A'ary 4 collego tax '97 tcost s Jos. Pulley valued 400, tax '97 2.95 appose they will come back and vai taxra '90. 90c, coal 2, total 2 90 100; taxea 1890. 1 05; coat 2 3.05 i B804 acres Bennett, 0.10 Dnwecse, S B am i.iu, cost , total have the job done over again, and 2 60 Lauderdale, Geo lol in Hickman val echool tax 1890, 60c; ooat 2 '97 14.15; l.tnd val 2000 3.75 this time In the proper mate. loo, titx7aJPcost 2 200; laxea '90, 2 32; col 2 4 32 Htubblelield, W W lot in Fnlton Dennia, Albert lot in W Hickman val cost , total 10.15 Brown, Win KaJTota iu E valued 400, tax '97 4.00, cost 2 0.00 ickman at 75; taxe 1695 bal 65c; coat 2 2 60 Love, Fount lot in Hickman tal 100 Doweeso, W B 40 aud near 3 60 val 2oo, taxos 1 60, cut 2 bal laxea '95, 45e; coal 2, total 2.45 scoueld, rielrs lots In Fulton val3.65 taxea 1690, 1 65; ooat 2; total ro M D Comwell val Mr II. Iiaohanan ba taxes '97 ued 1000, tux '97 7.00, cost 2, Brown, And 2 lots E ickman val 0.00 bal laxea '90, 70c; coal 2, total 2 70 3.06 college tax 1890, 1 05; coal 2 30o ; cost : total 2.S0 Thomas, Bettie Heirs 40 acres land 4 16 ccivod 100 bbls. fresh Ohio Bait. 16o, taxes 2 16, coat 2 Under Cairo lol in Hickman val 125 Deweeee, W B 40 acrea land in upper Doweese, W B and J W Smith, 100 near V O Fulton, 6 lots in FulBennett, Sam 4 acres land near V O bal lax '95 05c; coal 2, lotal 2.05 bottom val at 40; taxea 1890, 80r, rirl)ont fail to call and see J. acres land uear O W Marshall ton valued 2.'!00, tax '97 17.05, ick'n val 2oo, tax 2 Oo, cost 2 4 Go coat 2; total laxea '90, J 82; co 2, tolal 2 30 3 82 T Stopben'a Show Window. Will 3.27 ''aldwell, enry I lot in val 100 taxes '97, 1 27; cost cost 2, total 19.05 ickman 2.16 Lewla, Agnea lot in Hickman tal 200 aohool tax 1890, 16c; ayt 2 Davie, A W 100 acres land ucarTT 116 be open every night. val I60, taxes 2 15, cost 2 taxea '90. 1 27, coat 2. tolal Datle. A W 160 acrea land near Dr 3.27 Wills, Sallle E heirs 80 acres land Crockett, valued 750; taxes '07 near J M Wright valned 1000, I'ollier, Anthony hrs 2 lots ick'n taxea '90, 48r; coat 2, total Wllaon; taxea 1895, 0.60; coat 2 8 CO 2.48 Don't yon Mlovo It, if told that 7.57 ,ccwt , total 0.5 tux '97 8.25. cost 2. total 10 25 vat 25o, tares 1 9o, cost 2 3.0o chrouio 8 85 McOehee, Taylor lol In Hickman val taxea 1890, 6 66; coat 2, total diarrhoea cannot bo cured Duty, W F ICO acres land near Scot Wright, J K SO am land near J M ''lark, Jim 2 lots in f ickman val 50; laxea '95, 1.80; coal 2, tolal 4 02 aohool tax 1895, 2 02; coat 2 3 30 Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera aud Diar Ellis, vnl SOO; taxes '07, 3. JO; Wright, valued 000. tax '97 4.04 3.4o rhoea has elfected many cures 60, taxes l.4o. cost 2 taxes '90, 1 30; coat two, tolal 1990, 2 02; coat 2 echool tax 4.02 3 30 after all cost ; total 6.10 Cromwell, Rachel 22o acres of land 0.01 cot 2, total Mataoo, Ditern (1' Alwood agl) 1st Fiahar, EG lot in W Hickman; taxea else had failed. ForsalebyT T Swayno Eversolo, T L 3 lot in Hickman arrn, Thos 4 acres laud near M near enry Vincent, value 4oo In Hickman val 100; taxea 95 8 25 1890, 25; ooat 2; tolal val 3000; tax '97 23.13; cost 25.13 L Hargrove valued 150, tax '97 O.oO taxes 4 06, cost 2 MTCoinu and hear the One nut-si3.C0 bue, con two, value Grotea, l 0 heir 225 acrea land In collego tax '07, 22.00 , cost 24.00 Crobb, BAUVrAvrvmrnn ur 1. 10, cost v, total 3.10 Jaria 2 lots in ickman val Mure. Wm lot in Hickman ral tr.Oupper bottom val plajed by the largest Manic laxea 1895 Portnuo, T P lot iu Hickmau val White, John lot iu Fnlton valued 8.9o 25o. taxes 9o. cost 2 iaxe yu , a.oo; coat two, total 8 55 l.oo; toil 2, total 400 Ilox ever manufuotnrod in this !.20 25; taxos '97, 20o;coet 200, tax '07. 1.65. cost 2. total 3.65 Carter, Amy lot in V ickman val 3.651 ilcCutohen, Jenole lot lo Hickman taxea 1890, 65; coit 2, (olal college tax '97, 18; cost 2.18 76, taxes Ooc. crat 3 I 2.0o country, at Kd. Meyer's Jowolry tal 160; laxea '95, 90r; coal two 3.90 Wiusett, D M lot in Pulton valued lierineck, II O lot in Hickman, taxe 3 lots in W Hick 350, tax '07 3.05, cot 2, total 4.05 Glaser, Rudolph Store. 2 jnyii, taxes vti, uue; coat Iwo, total i'; total 3.90 K man vnl 500; tax '07 f&r; cmt 2.H3 iQaldwell, Ernest lots in ickman 4.00 VUXtON VRBCtNCT, COLOllEI,. ooat 2 coMiaa us lB'JO. l.-j 8 vaiucu K), laxen iyo, 3 25 MUnir. Wm (Uiiek) 5 tola In Ulek- To cure a cold qniekly tako a big dose collego tax '07. 4.50 : cost CM Dcnuls. 1 enry acre land and man val 150; tax '95, 1 90; 001 1 Uarlwtck, Hen J lot In Hlokman Chambers, Geo lot in Fnltou vain of Chamberlain's Cough llemedy just Griffin heirs, 8 lota iu E Hickman lots in ickman val 48o, taxes 4 66 two, total laxea 1890, 2.65; coat 2, lotal 3 90 cd 300. tax '97 3.215, cost 3, total 5.85 bfforo going to lxsl. If taken bofoni val 150; taxos '97, 10; cost 3 16 7.1o 6.I0, cost 2 cotleee tax 1890, bal H'xr, coit 2 2 86 laxea '00, 1 90; coit two, total 8 90 uarier, Aiocrt lot in Fulton valned going to bed. If taken before tlio cold collego taxes '97, 05 ; cost 30i Donaldson, Toney lot in E ickm'u tlall, OJd Fellowa lot to Hlokman libel!, M A lol iu W Hlckmin tal 200, tax '97 2.00. cost 3, total has becomo settled in tlio system It will 4.00 Hertweck, Ben J lot iu Hickman 100; taxea 1390, 1 75; co.t 2 val 200, laxea 1W, 1 20; coit Iwo 3.20 Clemens, Albert lot in Fnlton valu 4.05 counteract and cure iu ouu day, what val 60, taxes 1.95, cost 2 3.75 val 250 ; taxes '97, 2.9.- ; cost 4f, Freeman, .Vattio81ots E ickman college tax 1890, 1 8, coal 2 380 Pratt, Waal 2 lola lo Hickman talue od 200, tax '97 2.55, coot 2. 4.65 cold Tho 25 would liavo Intcn a college tax '97 2.75; cost 4i200; taxes '95, 2.25; coil two 3.6o aud60ceutfdx.es for i.uvcro T T Swayno val 2oo, taxes I.60, cost 2 Johnaon, II M 102 acrea land above 4 35 Hay, Lmina lot in Fnlton valued sale by collego tax '97 4.10- - ei.t NifR&JiuIJfflSGFSmS&RJQ T 650 FouviHe & JoluiKOU, 21 acres laud E I WF 1 Ohion creek tal 400; taxe 1890 taxes '90, 2 35; coil Iwo, total 4.25 200, tax '97 1. 5.1, COM2, total 3.65 Hagan, Mrs Elizabeth 60 acres lnnd 2.0o V L val 75, taves Coo, cost 2 6.70 Plummar, Ad lol In Hickman val 160 3.70; coal 2, total Hughes, Alex lot iu Pulton valued uoar .Mrs J II Thomas val 000 3 95 Fonvllle, Jaok 2 lots E Hickman val laxea '95, 1.95; ooat two Knoerr, Mr Mury 6 Iota in Hickman 200. tux '97 2.CO, cost 3, total 4.00 taxes '97, 4.(K) : cost 400 4.95 25o, taxes 2 95, costs 2 val 600; luxe 1895, 4 00; coat 2 0 90 Books, Poetic, Historio, 5Iiscellany, of 4 00 Hays, Henna lot in Fnlton valued latea '90. 2.00; ooat Iwo Isabel, Marsh lot W Hickman val 0 95 l'rall, John W Iota iu Hickman tal 1890, 4 90; coal ( total taxea finest stylo aud binding, suitable- for 250, tax '97 3.95, cost 2, total 4.05 Fowler, Courtuoy 60 ncres land uear 150; tax '97. 2 22, cost 4 300; taxes '95, 3,25; coal two college lax 1890, 6 90; cost 2 7.90 25 Christmas Present. 4 A W Davis val 4oo, tax 8,o5, o 2 6.o5 LOIXITOV 1'RKCI.SCT. collego tax '97, 2.05 ; cost 405 Kingman, A I) for J D Poatletralt, taxes '90, 2 30; coat Iwo, total 4.30 Browder, Mm Man P lot lu Fulton Deiibnoeh' Book Stoiir. Gardner, John 32 lots in E ickman Jackson, Mrs Sasan 100 acres laud llollios, Ben lots in Hickman talue lot In Hickman valned 100; lax 0.16 val 4oo, tares 4.15, cost 2 valued 300, tax '97 2.35, cost 2, 4.35 near Mra A Clay val 400 ; taxi 100; laxei 90, 1890, 70c; coet 2, total 2.70 09; coal Iwo Woi'.sns, bruises, sprains and lameness aC9 ilaxer, Tlio T 30 acrns laud adjoin- lots E ickman, 07,3.10: cost,, total 6 10 Griggs, Anderson I2 collfRe tax 1890, 75c; coit 2 2 76 Hoy, Klixa Iota In Hickmau val 250; 3.8A inickiy yield to Urn sootliliig ami val loo, taxes 85, cost 2 mg vmie urowii valued COO, j ones, airsu A 120 "2y and near 1 60; ooat two, taxea '90, Jamea, Ellia Mra 60 acrea land near effects of Chamberlain's Pain Il.ilm. 3 60 total Gilbert. A for wifo lot E iokman O I Hagan val tax .i.u.i, cost z, total 6.35 taxes '97 Ilhodea, Hester lot In Hlokman value J D Cote valued 300; Iaxe IU95 3.1o x is uni ix av iiuiiuunt aim snouiu im val I60. taxes 1 lo, cost 2 Campbell, S L 21 acros land adjoin-lu- g 15.35 jcosfcT, IT 17 33 1 09; cost two 100; taxes '90, 1 no, cost t, total 3 95 kopt iu every household. Gnu applicavj 3.09 ickman Gilbert, C N Hammond valued 400, Johnson, II M 101 a land near Shelby, Cbaa lot in Hickman value Johnaon, Corneliua heir land Obion tion aio 25 will relievo rheumatic pain. The tax '07 3.10. cost 3. total O W Marshall vail 5.10 400; tax '97 250; taxes '95, 2.55; cost two bottom; laxea 1895, 1.66; coat 2 3 66 50 cent sizes for alo by T T, aud 4.65 Kimbro, It S Sr 179 acres land near 4.10; cost 2, torW 'iokman oudftcks 6,10 school tax 1895, 76c, coit 2 taxea '00, 2.00; coat two 2.75 4.00 Joe Atteberry valned 8040, tax 3.86 Bwayne, Urnggist. joues, u d lot in val loo, taxes imk rwv 3 Ktnan val 100 Kingman A D for Blanlon, lot in Shaw, Lucy lot in Hickman value '97 33. 0, coht 2, total taxes mi, i.bo ; cost 2, total 85. 1 0 3.M TOO F Hall, 2 lot II K Hickman 60; taxes '90, 30c; coat two Hickman; tax 1890, 96c; coat 2 2 96 2.30 Collins, Mrs I, T B Latta agent. 64 collego tax '85, 1.70; cost 3.60 val 2oo. taxes 1 :, cost 3 3,70 college lax 1890, 75c; coat 2 2.76 Thompson, Jerry 1st lo Hickman val acres laud ue.ir O W Stevens, xwrx, 11 11 oiu acres lana near A N Jenkins, John lot inlH Hickmau vat If yon want to save money in 300; taxes '90. 2.95; cost two Karcher, Mra Tbertsa 6 lot in Hick4.0 valued bOO, tax '07 0.10, cost 2, 8.10 King 44 lots in E Hickman val 4.o5 bnyiiiB 1 50. taxes Z.oo, cost z flno Silk Umbrellas, with 4 60 Titlaworlh, Alex lot In Hickman val man; taxe 1890; 2 00; coal 2 Little, C II 145 acres land near J M w llkAiau val 7835 ; tuxes ' 97 02.05 ; cost 01 95 JaciBon. Davo lot "collage tax 1890. 2.95; coat 2 25; laxea '90. 1.20; cost two 4 96 .1"0 coaego tax VI. llMot cost 3 4o fiuo eterlinxr silver mounted banDnlton valued 2900, tax '97 24.- 21 jk 60. taxes l.lo, cost 2 L by John Kiatner Klitotr, Addie laylor, Albert lot in Hickman value 60, cost 3, total Ho soils dies, go to Kd. Meyer. 20.50 Kirk It II and S Btahr 1300 acres of Jenkins, Filinoro lot iu W liiokman 2.00; taxes 'IrO 2 32; cost two 2 aerie land near Han Uouger, 4.33 Lewis, .Mrs Mary K 40 acres land 3.05 tlio rogiilnr $5.00 Qent'a slzo at land near rJcot Kills, val 1 loo, val 75, tax 1.C5, cost 2 2.40 Taylor, Jno lot In Hickman val 160 val CO; taxe 1890, 40c: coit 2 near W S Crostio valued 600, bal ou tuxcA 5.4o : cot 7 40 Johnaon, VT M five lots W Hickman $1.25 and tho Ladies aizo at 11.00. collage tax 1090, 45c; cott 2 3.0(1 2.45 laxea '90. 1 00; cost two tiix '97 3.85, cost 2, total C.85 .rum.', uarnuru tor wire, ho ncrus of 105 val 25o, taxea 2.90, cost 2 King, Be 55 acre of land near Ab Thompson, Columbus lota in Ilickra'n Mcl'iuldcu. Airs V 51 b0 acros laud Knights of Tabor, lot in Hlokman j ' land noar O W; Marshall vnl at Underwood val 250; laxaa 1690 fiooic Co val 100; taxes '95. 00c; coat two near J A Blackinan. valned 350 ; taxes 2.7o euieip total 355 val Soo, taxos 1.55, cost 2 4.7o 2.05; coat 2: total 4 05 Tal ley, Jack 4 lots in Hlokman tal 1250, taxes '97 9.00, cost 2, total 1I.C0 Kingman, A Tifla'flbr Boll Blan-to1817 llngora Bros.' Teaepoona Koys, Green lot Iu K Hickman val Lacy, Mallnda Mra lot In O Hlokman 300; bal taxes '95, 75e; coat two 3,75 Bieurn, unrw la acres lima near W 15 town lots W Hickman, 315 at 1.75 11 aot. Ib9I Soo, taxos 1.15, cost 2 3.00 Taylor, Mollle lot In Hlokman valued val 160; tax 1805, 1.00; coat 2 B Stalling valued 250, tax '07 . val loev; tuxes 1.11 ;cot ;in tiookridgo, John and ..Vary Horlieo 1817 llogora Bros.' Fanoy pat-tor- n 1.06; out 2, total tax 150; taxss '90. 95a; cost two 8.05 1.95. cost 2. total. 2.95 i.TOS collego tat l,o5' cost , total zoo 3.03 two lots in uieKiuan vai Teaspoons, at $2.00 n aet. collegaV. ,8U. l6; ot 2 3.16 Upihaw, Jemima 48 acre land tal Stevens, Goo W 34 acres land unarC'-- Kintrman. AD'Ait't for J D Prtln. 3.5o taxw I.60. cost two collage Cxx 1890, 1.16; coat 2 600; taxea '95 3.05; cost two 3.15 1817 Uogora Uroa.' Kuivea and 5.05 J M Heath valned 1000, tax 07iwH "yraltolii lots W Iflckman val Lovo, Fount one lot in Hickmau val Unlet, Lydla lot Jo Hlokman val 200H Lak. Bro 49 acr of land uear J II iu.uo, coat , total CUoftasoa 1.11 : cost .total 15.05 a.ao Forks at 13.75 a aot. 3.11 loo, taxos 1 ho, cost two Cofley val 76; tax '95, 60o; cost 'I 60 bal taxe '1)0, 23c; coat two ' 1817 Itogora Uroa.' Tabloapoons 2 23 Solomon, J D SO acros land uoar P i 3,05 Smith, Frauk lot in K Hickman 7 '. collego tat l.cJ ; cost tax 1890,60e; coit 2. total 2.60 Upibaw, Polk and Bat land val 400 W Solomou valued U76, tax07 . iaiiry o inu in valned 60, tax "J7 1.40. cost 2, tin taxes O.o5 cost nick n at $3.50 a Bot. Ellia'y) aornof laud near taxe: '00, 2 $0; coat two 4 j0 Jr-0,7- 0 4.70, cost' CvM Soo; 8.06 Sandford, Jerry lot iu K Hickman 1817 Uogora Oroa.' Fanoy Tablo. JiiiUe Wilicu val at 200; taiei Wilton, 0 U tot In Hickman val Williamson, J W 108 acres laud nSarf :o tat O.Oo, cost 7 no valued 50, tax 40, coat .', total a. iu apoona at 13,75 a 5 1695, 1.25; coat2, total 600; laxea '95, 57.5"coet two - .7.-8 26 W A Brown "valued "SOW," taxf. eot, at 60 acres laud near Nick Tally, Jontry a lots In K Hickman 1890, 1.25, con 2, total taxai 3.25 taxes "90, 2.30; coil two '97 17.85. cost . tolal 1 x5o, tax 2.i!0 '19.85 Eu, Mever's Jewklby Stokb, For Sale by 0, A. Uolcombe, Oowgill & Cowgill nud T.T, Stravna 3 10 cost l.So valued 160, tax 1.10, coit 2, ti... COST IN BACH LIST r ii.ro" rKctCTa. U-..- -' daacrlhad In tht naves of lb $J.OO Wiley, Cyrn In acrea land taltie 200 2 lota in lllokmmi val 200; laxea coil 2 2 85 m 95, 3 5O; eoal two, tnial "JO, :rxi eai i, iomI 5 JO . M, 85c; cof I 'J, loUl 2.35 Wiley. Mack lot In Hickman val 300 coltrj; l 4.95 laxea '00, 2 U5; co.t I wo .Morrmi, John T 100 acra land tiaar Walker, Davslota in Hickman vat 60' vu i Jim nurnrr - Of., run l l.l.l ew, iaxe ...... 3 37 taxra '90, 1 .'17; coat two, total 9.85 i.ou; i IUII Wtlkeremi, Felix tola In Hickman vat Newl,n oeo iy Co acrts InnH o.ar H 100; taxis I I. 1.05; ooat 8 Oo I'lirliara Tal 800; taxea IK., 0.80; lot In Milkman Jake coat 2, lolal 880 Winston,200; lieira 2 30; Coal two 4.30 lax 00, tal Uaxlwr. .11 ri i.outa ui aeraa 01 ianu Yatre, Albert lot in Hickman talue urar Wm "adman rallied at 250 100; laxea '05; I llt; ooat two 3.05 4 (VI '00. 2 00; eoal 2. tolal eoll 2; tolal 4 80 Wilkinion, Chan lola in Hickman val lax 'Ml, 2 80; 200, taxea '95, 1.80; coat two 3.80 TtrrT, Mr Haiti Mta 2 Iota In Kat Maimi. ltp Hickman, J for Jfrl.oa uin Lair I8f 5, lad 35i- jl . AiI.m'm.. i?nvii uvm Inml near A M. Luusfoi 'viduid 100, tax '97 1.20, itwt t) 1 43. t.lo K . CAYCE fllBClSCT. AlbrittonU'mJ d r.()0,-nuyntuii,. W lr lot In Cayco valu '97 Jl.CO, tulul ln Ii wt JomToui1 m ,Me' I ' lM 8.95 I'amiacr, (cot.) 1891-- 2, Winaion, Jake lot in iiickmen talua 3oo. laxei 11.30. colt two Tally, natbati lot In nlckman talue HICKMAN I,.... 0..a Willis viilued 10W, tKx .'97 8.78 cosi . loiai Uvnuin. W P and BW for V Bv 11 Din, 13 acres land near II F Wftdo valuwl 175, tax '07 3.13, lllck'u val4oo;taxl, Io;cost cost . total college tax 2.S0: total Bynum, B W 70 acres land near Jo Lavalle, Mil Klixa 3o, land Campbell, valnod 1400, tax '97 val iloo; 11. "far Mrs ill XVWI 11 Ifcki tost , totnl tnies2.!l3j e t liynuin, II W Kuardiau for It VU j I1 ' Lacy, Mrs Miillni , lot ii Hickman Amends S00 acres land near S V Lntea viduwl 600, tax '07 al loo: tax lo; e B , 0.15, cost , total cost . tot colleku tax Uynnm. K M 1 nereis land near 'Lake, Bi d near J II I B W Bynu "Coffj vnlntsl lOtXf tax c : cost 117 jjjo, ctat total ncrus laud II Bnr; AsassW)ml(Vi acres land near Kuerluirt val 60, taxes ueiir.io OOttervic land near ctt3, fj Kim.'. A K 210 iicres laud ml il?wft .. ., -.- 00 ssoii vui a.oo-- tux uo.so.cuit KuiUendull, Miss Com 80 acres of laud near J W Mares val l,4o taxes lo.Sojcoit .total I2.S0 Kluir. W M lo .vrcs laud Clint Pol- LOT liK'it val 2ts); ta'es 2.0T cost pi KLstiurltrs, 3 acrea mini near Jno KlstntT val 75 ; tax 7Uo ; cost 2.79 colU'go tax 52o; ciMt , total 2.62 nil liMiucr, jouu o acrea lauu near ju llldley val'350 ; tax 3.75 ; cost 6.75 Karelier, .Mrs Thrivsa 3 1JU in East i ft -- " .eai 10 mmwmlM&k&AH&J0&6600$ aaaa MMasflaA r 0A . a C V 1 V -- i; IEhhIiu'.sh'Koiiuo flntt-rat- o Tulli- - 6.I0 4. bo t, ,t tpAll JH lirnsB MeltigillBill:! lia, brick business houso, on Thompson. Prank 8 lots Hickman Varied nud multifold hnve lieon the Clinton Street, for side on reasouablo .allied 1400, tax bal. nice 0.05, coiiiliH tits as to why the HuptlHts did terms. Time gUou if ilesinsl. Apply cost 2, total 8.05 not engage in tlio Uuiou Christmas Eu to US WIIJON. Thompson, Columbus 3 lots iu (1 A tirtalnmcut now landing. Ourehureh HlekiiiMi valued SO, tux 8.Vi, had Just gixen one supper and were pie 35 uaritig for another, ami thus had all the etist , total Tlioiinxoii, Robt T lot lu Hickmau work they could do. Wo had raisedJOO valued 25, tax 1.2.1, cost , total 3.3,') iu October for the poor all we felt aide TitUworth, Alex lol in E Hickman to do. Again, lost year n similar propSTOCK valued 76, tax 1.(15, cost total 8.05 osition to unite was made us by our CO acnM of land Upsh.iw, uemluia Methodist brethren, to which we Hear J Upshaw valtud 500. tax with a committee for consulla llnvlnji bouuht tho fllnlile for bal. 1.85, cost , total 8.85 tlon aud amiugcmeut, but were then West, Mrs Hedlcv lot E Hickman statement that our church tnorly beloticlng to J. I). Price. I The valued 100. tax 75o. cst . total 2.75 ngreisl to unite and I. usjiastor. forbade will oontlniio tho btislnoRs at tho Wylor, Cy 60 ncres land near Jack Unuglo, Hurreys, It, Is n liiLstake. The matter was ncer sniuo stand. upsiiaw valued 450. tax 4.50. Isifore our church Neither did I, nor lloraoa, otc, for hire. Also, cost , total 0.40 could I. have prevented any action thev HORSES FOR SALE. Wilson. C 11 H lots (J A in Hirkuian might have desired to take and this is , for any, but 6.70 mado with tin valued 360, tax 3.70, cost Wright, Isam two acres land near K. I). WllIGHT. that tho public may correetlv Judge Peter (Itfirgo valued 200, taxes TO. MAHAN TolephotiP No. 120 2.IK). cod . total 4.00 Wylie, Boss two acres land V O Yon can hnvo it Henllnc or u Hickman almsl 200. t.ws 2 (0 4.00 Cookiuc Stovp, tit low prices, ut Wilkinson, Ch.is 3 lots E Hlekmau 1. & W. S. UiXiaoN. 4.15 valued 160, tax 2 15, cost , Lewis, Aggie heirs lot iu Hickuiau Tito croitt whost pxoitflinont 3.60 .alued 200, tax 1.00, ciwt , In Oltlcngo is n light botweon Lluder, Cary 3 lots lu E Hlekmnu 4.00 pooulntora. mul effoots valned 125. lax 2.00, cost . McConnell, Tllinaii lot CJ A Hlok- the Intorosta of the when! producSplendid Selection of 111.111 v.ihusl 75, truvt 05 cost , 8.05 ers but little Prices will tumble Matson, Divernn lot iu Hickman, 3 10 before, tho next crop. valned 150, tax I 10, cost , McOehee, Taylor lot E Hiektnvi WmIisIqihI Sets, Witter Sets, NEW BOOKS, valued 60, t.tx 1 40, cost total 3.40 Ohockolftlo Pots, Crocker Mays, Wm lot iu E Hlekmau value . I .. .a- - irtnii..,,,. Jai1,,. it.t "" .."..... 4.00 '';i"'" r' tax a 00.uicost vuiuou 1. viK). .' AN UXPI.A.VU'IOX. Tor Nttlc- - Livecy Stable! FOR SALE. u Cash Bool: Store. 1 cit D'U io Jar, l. r .it., nr2. jfnT -, 1 Stiff's saiejor Taxes. ', ct , lit-a- to-w- cot-ottK- r) Ja. im 1 3.m BxHH tOB LH 75LH 4.aLLLLLLLLLLLaaH 4safl JtfHH 3sLLLLLLLLLLaaLaLf 'ji iaaaaaaaaaaaaH DR. S.K.DAVIDSON IDoazLtiert. CJ. Tile Caeli Grocer J. WITTING, 1 1 .!, , 4T'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaH c-- 5-- " ln,, llBM Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaal ut cat ,- - r2 ifl5HHsBLH5S353L ar 1 Oro" 7W EJ3D- - JsLl .Z3x.z.i3 irr, -- " iio-v- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. Call and See our New Stock of Jewelry. reef, Cllnloa F ct I. t. 1 o - Jr 1 Stoves Stoves! COOKING Alt I OF bafM izuistiHiyi tdHWTicknian HEATING, jait AII EHTD3. Groceries, Hardware, Amiuu- nition, Fresh MeatsEte. 1 ilIKlIAN c, WAGON CO.," nir. cklehhatcu - 1 1 A; oil 1 1 fw Gift Books. 10 - 1 vHIOKMAN WAGONS, KB1TTTJOKY. houl-wSi- g uigjaiiiii 1 iif Cheaper limn Ever. at Till! tm ;8,-1- -- pi.Z0 blBH 1 Hl. jm - -- iwn.wrW TtiTM WSft h('sAJ1WMRmoW; Cr--? , '5N,c . -- - .,.-...T. "'' ' "U 4 .WK- - gjvX. rvij. i jg- - 9yw. jryirn, . rpr jr r $0S$" ,' 1m V4i Heating' and Cooking Il llllll lMMi i ft II 'Jt '".'J.J "( f 'Wliwowrjoi T-- -- r " r ni"M i p wnarrp.wiv "i"p . vavr - f - . wmmmmfnmijimmmmmmmmmmmmmffmffn STOVES ZZ& Reduction Sale. Commencing Saturday fec.llKli, Wo will offer tlio following Items Hr Ulg Red Forthe Christmas Buying ! Capes in lilitck aim Colors, - Cl 00 lit il. Ducltiiiiuii's. For fuuoy boxes cither llllodSp or empty boo Carutliers. 3 itarMcKlnney's St. Lonls Dread, '.. ho best made, nt W. F. GKYEB's. TSLC.irntlicrrt Oystt-r- s Iiam KH. '" I'M' liHiM" ,ww,,'w,!Hr tSHL ' f t .Tee 1 to couio lu every Tuesday und a bnckot of Frmh g)9Kyct tested ami Glafuoa flttol to tli Kjrci nccurntcly by Ch.-vt-. G. Bchlcuk-r- , nt Meych's Jewelry Btorc. Get yonr OhrUtrau Toys at Hr.KBNDKs' Hook Stoke. Tliey havo ou oucllun.1 variety, nud nt lowest prices. gjT at H last. No more at theeo prlcs,wben tbeso lots are sola oat: nVRB they Hero are articles, beautiful and useful, eoiiBtble presents for friends and relatives; dt -- &2Z". Macintosh Goats. , MW mi) eonfl, Hough Goods and i'luili, On uncount of the mild winter, we have decided to close out our Macintosh Coats at less than cost. L P. & W. S. ELLISON'S. Black Trico, reduced to $4.35 S0.50 3.75 5.00 Light col'd box Coat, 2.75 3.50 Blue Diagonal, all-wool Ladies Jackets At 81.50 to S12.50 In buiooth and rough goods, Napkins and Doylies, At 25o to SH.00 at 85.00 to 810.00 Boys' Overcoats.. 1 per dozen. w New EhnslKias&88ds A full assortmont of Fine Candies, Nuts, Fruits an'y reworks. 1 1 Prices less that) manufacturer's price. Lot, 5 to 10 .years old, reduced to.., Lot, 0 to 10 years old, reduced from $2.50 to Lot, 14 to 19 years old, roducod to .SL25fe . . - Towels in great variety, 5c to 50c. " Bar After experimenting olso whore, tnko your watch to Kkrh and ho will mnko an nccurato and of It. reliable Btg-Meyer's Is the plnco to have your Watches and Glooka repairod. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no charge. Mr. J. T. StubbleHeld, sheriff-elecand E. M. Sansom. assessor, qualified fortlio offlcos to whioh they were elected, on Wednesday, the Htdlimoro Secnrlty Company making their bonds. Mr. A. O. Uolmes, Surveyor, nuatiued, civ. Ing an ludivtdnalbnnd. Mr. J. W. lilnnd has also qunlined and clven bond us Oonstabln for the Hick- man District. tline-uloee Kd X t, 1 ClintSTHXS MXUUliOEH. 1.95 1.50 Bleached Linen Damasle, 50c to 1.10. J)JJJS BLANKETS. GOODS. magnificent showing in Blacks and Fancied. Ladies' Kill Gloves, 2 LADIES KID GLOVES, 75c, $1.00, 1.23 and 1.60. S Jr it Also, a line line of HP Fancy Glass and Queenswarc. These and uITuUht Oooila at lowost GASH Prices. n&i Dressed and undressed. Clasp Embroidered Hack Kid Gloves, all shades. Regular prlco $1.25, reduced to nop HANDKERCHIEFS. Dig showing all kinds and descriptions. 5c and up. Per pair, 75c to $10.00 Jackets and Capes., Nice lino of Ladies Jarkots, Black, Bluo and Qrsen, at from 10 to 20 per cent, roduction, Ladies Csuos from $2.00 up. LAP RUGS, Indian Robes, Silverware and Fancy Goods. Menu SILK SUSPENDERS, Neckwear, Gloves, Umbrellas, &c. VALISES, Trunks, &c. ALFRED,, McD A1TIEL. &&&&&&&&&&&1$&4r4b4&4&$ vvHo - Clothing. In order to close out our Winter Htock ed the price ou all 25 per cent. JIEX'N H r ITS SMITH, ELLISON & CO. 3 SANTA 11-2- 0 County Cferk Tayror'ssued"- cense this wook for the solemni zation ot tho rites of matrimony betweon tho following persons, nnd may the blessings of the be with each of them: On tho 10th. Luther Watson to Miss Nettie Perry: on 22nd. Dr. K. T. Rudd to Miss Ina E. Vincent; on L. J. Stanflold to Miss Josephine Rogers; A. J. Grady to Miss Mat-tiClark. y aT Electric Light Globes, Electric light Shades and Shade Holders, at H. 0. AMBKBd'S. 4t Nhz-aren- o o CLAUS have redoc from 10 to rauaiiufuuuuiuiiuamiiUUiuaiuuiuaiUiauumamiau John IL Witting's WITH A NICE LINE or GOODS Candies from 10 to 25 o per lb. Oranges from 25 to 50o perdoz. Cocoau uts from 5 to lOo eocn Fine apples 15 and 20o per doz. Fine figs 10 aud 15o per lb. Fine nurts 10 and 20c per lb. Fire works cheap aa any. Cal and see him to convince yourself of tho completeness of bis stook. Foolisl "Tlppajigs," ff kept mill used, Staples. 12 C Don't Forget n That COWGILL & COWG1LL keep a - S-- - Tp HAT -- .m be and appreciated for man) veari lu come. Call ana let me r 32c jac Slow You , Rogular prlco 25o Heavy, yard wldo, BROWN DOMESTIC, Worth 5 and C Gents. HUD TWILL FLANNEL. Regular price 25 Cents. Qn HEAVY BROWN COTTONiFLANNKL. 10 p . Worth and 12J Cents. All-wo- et quality uiij ul.uiii. These prlcot nro only for what we havo on band! now. Yon can't get these prices at uny oiuor noueo. Fall Lino - " of Caruthers' Cafe and Restaurant. CHILL TClNICS AND Clioioo TB.n.oy Candies, COUGH MBUP8! Also, Always on Hand The mnnv articles THAT I HAVE, Suitable for. Present Makings. IBaltzer Reduction Mdds.( e 7'f 'NAME ON EVERY FEOL Tresh. Taffy Mado Dailyl West Point Oysters Two Dozen for 25c Telephone 00. Served any Style ! Fresh. Foreign and IDomoatio Fruits I ' For Sale! flrnt-clas- 3 llrst-clx'le Union City Bread antl Cakes Received Dally 1 i. lJtI-j- . . -1-4. ! r LOCAL M-10 My prioos rn.lw.yB Th. Xiowost I 3Dvoryoao Say So. mx M t , fn85tt ,"n r , JUlb With us always mean aomothlug as ev erybody kuows. We aro determined thai our stock shall invoice lowor than usual Jan. 1st. Guttlugprlcea is tbo surer way. So here goes: Heavy Bluo or Blnok"Noxall" 1.75 make. 2.50 kind, cat to 1.50 2.00 kind out to 1.25 1.50 oud 1 75 klud cut to , double-wolgh- V:!iW -- This tlmn It means mor than usual. LOWNEY'S I f r "H r AW j3LS J. T. STEPHENS. ffi"'-fa- Rvnrmnc'V will sell you r COWGILL any article that he handles Powell's Business Block brick building in every particular oa tua most prouiiuciu corner in iiicKin.in, business f rontiiiR on 8 gtreet rooin and hotel, fully mid well furnish ed, all under same root. Also, pronuco nnd implement warehouse close by, convenient. Wo regard this tho most business property in tho citv. Twenty acres of land adjoining corporation line iji Wcet Iliclanau, front-Id- k ou river. Dcslrablo comer lot in West Ilickman, tho old mill corner. Hickman Roller Flouring Mill. No mill makes finer flour than thw mill. Full of latest improved mill machinery, very popular. Cotton gin aud waro-houso attached. Many consider it tho Jbest property in Hickman. One of tho flnpnt (If not tho flnost) n.en- - -ana juowt acslrabia larms in wess of Hickman ; 820 ncres, all under fence ; quality of land can't bo bent, probably, in tho St.ito ; comfortable residence, first clasa outbuildings; on two public high- wavs. with r.iilroaii running aiong smo of farm, nnd hi sight of nud convenient to railroad Rwitch. A moro healthy. convenient location nnd desirable farm cannot bo found in West Kentucky. It fa nmply supplied with all ucccosary lanu machinery, implements and work stock. Nearlv 200 acroa seeded to wheat. For" further particulars, apply to J. W. POWELL. Hickman. Kv. tuckjnil thbiRS consUlered. ' .Insight ros COWGILL SALK BY S1TTlTTTTY'?'T,f' NEWS. The W. O. T. lT. meets at Mrs. O. II. Hubbard's residence, Mou-la- , 2:30, t. m. to iinike arrange-intui- t for nu eutertHiuiiieitt. IVckuses ARHUCKLE COFFEE for $1 00, nt M. It. Shaw's. Miss Nettle Herlwerk ri'tnrn-eWfiliientny from u llt to In Fulton, utcnminuilpil by Mrs. .lohu Ford and Mrs. Fannie rel-nllvd Ovcrshirts. j & DItUOOIHTH. dAre-devih - X UULS. T...-- . Special Sale! TO-IiA- A5D or Black Dress Goods, .S.T Gruhaui. MrDrM Patent Flour (5 (K) per bbl. at H. Bucliaintu'. Circuit couit adjourned at Msvfield last Tliurmli. It wns Judfie Moss' last term. Tudge Kob bluo will brgiu court ut W'lrklifl'e the first Monday in ImniHry. if you waul a fancy basket of Fruit see Cnruthers. The Kentucky LegUlnlnrn convenes Tueml.i., .Inn. 4th, nud then, to quote ii dlBtliigiiUhed liewsimper, "the nijMitizud fooln will be pitted agnliist the organized knaves." flpe our lino of fancy Queens-warbefore bujlug Xuihb gifts. e wool PantB t Corduroys Bud I,;; HIi 2oUi w 1110 0f 'em now 1.50 OOo Tndorwear. f henvv lleecod health knit,)) Shirts or Natural Wool. :t Jillenvy Ribbed Flcoced. ) Drawers. (Stout Kinds. Heavy blankot lined special 1.00 Coats. n n n I.Ai nll.vAnnyl Ann f tOSllCS. over mado. Rainproof,! Wind- MllClIl proof. 3.00 kind tuuuiaHL 13.50 G.50 and 7.00 klud this salo... l.o is AlrtJ .vlllUS ItCtlX 7.50 kind this sale 1(1 00 klml ttita sain . ... " "" 50 12.50 kinil this sale 75o GLOVRS. 8evcral dollar kinds roducod to 1.50 KIP BOOTS. Men's nnd Boys worth HIGH OUT Shoos, .1.00 kind now 2.50, 2.50 ones 2 00 Roducod Prices on Hats aud Umbrellas. wero , - If the who went to tho Klondiko to hnnt Ruli nro entitled to jfUMniuii-u- i aiu, vi u- - wu qui inow! Acuricias who aro engaged lu legiti-mnt- e biuineMS and need money entitled to help? In hort, why ivrcu't wo nil CHEAP Any Merchant in Hickman. entitlodtoitr "is. Duck .. 1.50-1.75.- .. Special Holiday Offerings! At .BUCHANAN'S a Time when Everybody is 3- - & & 20 per cent Reduction KROM Wc I'lcht Yilth Prices t SANDERS & RICE And Win Regular Prices. 1 COMI'AKISON Rasn Suqb store. Jiublnei t I COME TO 8KK MU AT interested in Having a Dollar Go a Long Way. ?" Prices Speak Louder Than Words t GOODS FOR XMAS PRESENTS, L. P. & Services at church eery Sablmth, tunrnlug Whilo you're getting ready I nud evMitng, Key. W. G. Helly, for a rousing Hue Christinas, don't pastor. The subject for next Sab forgot tho llttlo ohildron of the bulb at 11a. iu., "The Advent of poor. They ought to couio iu ou The Democrats electod tho suob a holiday, if the real meaning Christ." Major ol Bastou. The city wont of Christmas is to be Illustrated. gM" The finest Hue of Holiday Uoodi ltepublican lust yenr. vtr in tho citv, nt Doable breasted Suits, slzos to Any style in Choico CUSTOM OhrUtuiM IiitUK.siiK.-- ' Uo)h Srouu - Never havo wo shown n riety, ntylo, coit audGoods, of every va douriptiou, tokuit fit perfeotly. Boys from 4 to 15 MADE, nd a Tho Courier iihiiiiIIj omlls nn prelder display of goods. Never all purcniutcni, nt years old fromr NEAT FIT for Ukubnukh' Uook Stohk. Issue Christmas Ho'iibirs, hut this luivo the prioaa been lowor. The Iunoboou and art salo exonly presenthj, Matpc2.0d year will not do so, Wilhon'h Book Stoub. S4.68 to 8.4G hibition on Monday Inst, by tbo ing tho paper somewhat Hliort iu Christmas sorvicoattho Kpls Indies of tho Baptist church, was, local news. After thla week nu eopnl ohurnh com tarsi now is TnE time lu tho fnco oi'tho ugly nml most Increased amount of rending mut- iiieuuiug at 10:30. TO MAKEA'ODR PURCHASES IN THIS LINK. uuprnpitious weather, a grout ter will be given. Caruhors's has n uioo lino of They sold everything they Best Gruuulnted Su- fancy baskets. hud for salo, nnd that moans as fl gar for $1 00, at II. Iluuliauan's. Tho legislators will meot nt much sucooss as could havo beon LARGE STOfiC. W W PR10ES. Tho first Quarterly Confer Frankfort on Mouday, Jan. 3rd to expootod. Evorytbiug was nice, Don't nBs this chance ence of Hlukmau Station for the nominate tho various ofllcera of elegant and enjoyublo. SUSPENDERS. 20 now conference yenr will bo held the general assembly. i securo SrA nico, frosh supply of Stn Mens elnstio web suspenders bj Hev. A. R. Wilson ou the flrxt on all 25 per pair, 35 cents value liar 10 Packages ARBUOKLK plo and ntFancy Groceries just nud second of Januury. All ure WOOL DRESS NOVELTIES COFFEE for $1.00, at FULL DRESS SHIRTS. invited, especially the members of 25 per cont. nrdnotiou on Half II. C. Amiiuko's. M. U. Shaw's. the church. . Any tuiiig in mis nno to suit Wool Fauoy SuittlKsi Mrs. Marion ulllon. wife of Wilson's Book Store, GSo nnd up. 28 por oont redaotloVon W6rst-e- your taste from Tho public is invitod to attend Thomas Dillon, jr., who was long The flnest lino or Candy iu the UNDKRWEAR. " n Flower Weddiug nnd supper ou aflllcted with city cau bo fouud at OnrutlierV Novelties. that dread disease, All wnnl nnlta :i()lli,iu Mrs. S. M. Hubbard's .Ut Ro Oomo'at onoo and make your At Cost We learn that n Hoeitil nud Deo. consumption, (lion, uuuilny morn, resldenee for tho purpose of pay- lug lust aud was burled Monday Good heavy mixed suits .. ...... .03o Literary Club hns boon organized ing Imluuuo nu Mrs. HofTinnu'a In order to make room for our seiootions. evening. Sho hnd tho character Fall Qoods wo will soil our quadIn Hlukmau with Ciipt. II a. TyAdmission, 25o. of n trno uhrlstlan woman, und ruple waro nt cost ler its President nud Mr. Chas. F. lectures. is tbo day to buy died In tho blosuod nssiirauuo of for tho next 30 days. Don't miss KjT BalUer. Seorotnry. Theorgaulzn. tlnu will oecuro sultublo rooms, for tbn llttlo folks. Wilson's thntfnith. Tho boreaved husband your ohnnco; come soon iu order und promises to bo n valuable Honk Stoiu is tbo FLAOE to buy nud relatives Imvo tho honest to hayo full selection. , lafeQibLe-psympathy of ull ood people. to our youug people. jour Guristiuaa Goods. K. Mkykk. S. Ku.itfON. the Mi'ilioilUt . Smith, Ellison & Co. of our goods and prices with other bouses will mnko you n regular oustomor of our hnuso. Como nud suo as. Wilbon'u Booic Stobu. TheBIG BOOKSTORE! CLOTHING For Cforlstmas Gifts FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT HICKMAN'S 1 Greatest Grocery Store Bp Svtit Wo are solo agents in Hickman Loads ond loads of good things for tho Celebrnted Brown Shoo. These goods nro mado with a view ' to eat are spread In incut nbunnntfrwaltlng for you to to comfort nnd wear, prices mnch danco hero lower than any other simulnr como and taRo yonr pick nnu grade Mako some nno huppyand choico- LOWEST PRICE HOl'Sr IN THE CITV comfortable with n pair. $1 00 87 pairs 114 full sizo white Rest Oran. Sncnr, 19 lbs for Rest Patent Flour, por bbl 5 00. blankets from Glo to $013 1 00. 10 packages Coffee, Oranges, nico and sweet, box, 3 CO 15c. Rest mixed Nnts, por lb., Choice mixed Candy, por lb. Co. Fnnoy mixed Candy, per lb., 10c. For lluppy IIuiucm. Finest mixed Candy, per lb., 30o. Raisins, 15c RICH DECORATED CHAM HER Funoy Sultana Layer per lb.12Jij Raisins. Fancy London SETS. A largo variety of dec Fancy Clnster Raisins, per lb. I5o orations nnd shapes, and at prices Huston Pio Filling, por lb. lOo to snlt everybody from 2 50 to FoR 815 00 per sot. 'Apples, Oranges, Celery, Ornn- aTA Inrgo variety of all tho and most popular designs in hurrlna. Tl.ilna nnd III fII fit nverv thing yon may need. YOUR OJilERS early, und Select vour Picsents XO Hr. Wo will deliver promptly. hnvo thoin sot nsldo. BLANKETS. TU.lT IS THE TRICE YOU PAY, Here' S'ouie Specials for one AVeet: sue-cos- t&-10lh- B. per c't. Reduction Christmas Bargains. J HEABQuArTerS V&-PLA- ll-20-- la-to- . i. V d GLASSWARE. $ ' I- 1 I I I silver-plate- d TO-DA- MR J& W C9 IE & SE A 9E GsL&ix y r- - &&'$& V. Store.- - -- -v ' H vtmnwLk 'K' ' Ufri , m - ."- - "SL - " -- "'"' rp jHtmd Tmm n.rN-- " "yt J. r rV && - ' V 'MOTTO I B tooth, nor even the (Act , Committer t'tinlrmnn I'nrU ing tlio wrong loom, nor mo inn- j"" Stntr .Itnrlln, of liiillnmi, ltinsls lie parabtlnK m nerve, nor any ol nuked for mid to liiilillrnns mill Knrmir- the disagreeable things )ou avc ten ear me. .. old ii.. i.,.ixii,.n il.nl nilra llcliinornl. child vioiilil lis e stone! It llter, no, 1 can t of that racket It i; Mr that I care for anylurliol the iron that The following niMrcss, which has nametliniff ele thai cntrreil my noii- l- I mean in) Jaw M. Xlnrtln, chnlr-ttin- n manner In been Issued b l'nrki "I uiNe )on nidn t like the of the state cfntrnl comrultlec, to which 1 assisted )ou out of that chair? the tleiiiocrnc of Indiana, will proe . said the denlut .. ill; "It wasn't thai, continued the man wand Interesting nnd Inspiring rending for the fractured Jaw "1 lias in the arm) democrats nil orer the country. am ued to being shot out of a cannon. Nor "A little it wasn't the ain when )ou took the top o( remarkable more than a year ago theInmot presidential campaign the my head oil. No. sir, it via none of those enililaronrel motto history of the United States terminated In and t was that framed nrouaeil me the feeling the success of the republican candidates in en )our wall n hirli This nas the first presidential campaign that insult had leen addeil to injur) " In a great many years In which lhe Issues smiled ns Inn ejes followed The dentiot Joined between lh consolil)ioc of hi tooth tortured patient, and lead were square!) power of dated money the countr). and thpc vvonls: the people On the one hand were the enormous and practically Inexhaustible resources of the mone)ed Interests of the vkaci:' nn United Slates and Europe, embracing the national banks, whose power had been built up by federal legislation, the great manu"My wife deniRneil that siirccstion," he facturers, who had become strong and rich Mid: I think It wnsrlevcrof her." And lie under more than three decades of extreme liamlcel back enough money for car fare nnd protection, the railway and other corporaput another Round tooth in Ins collection. tions, the nrkd monopolies, trusts and . Jhicago combines ol capital which had been built up liy a long course or governmental ravor-Itlsand class legislation, the bondholders Dhln't Look It. of two continents, the "These are prv fine siisiieniler.M salil thn and rtmlillcr to the lady nt the door "I hate great army of speculators. Jobbers and high of and low degree all kind" striped, plain, dark, light. Now schemtrs Interested In restoring a here ia a very tine pair of plain ones. Did who are lavish appropriations and reckpolicy of jou ever embroider auy suspenders for less expenditure and all those who l,ni jour husband, lady?" reaped profits or hoped to do so through the "No," said she. government "Now don't sou think you'd like, to em- prostitution of the functions of sources a cor to their broider n pair lor hia Christmas present?" ruption service, from theseof u.h magnifund was gathered I cues not. that, although a golden stream was "Well, lias he a real nice pair of suspend-r- tude poured Into eery debatable state and confor Ins Sunday clothcsf" persisted tlw gressional itrlct In the United States dur-tn- a peddler. fc lh 1 flnn'l, fcnow." said 1i. refniafnrd !lnc- - enmtlh. In tnr tisnjs of th elec 'Well, madam, la jour husband in ... national committee after the "Xoj he's not here yet." tion. "I)o )ou expect him in hefore supper!" Vphnl rvTsp fitters. "No surely not by that time " "This gigantic eomhlnatlon of wealth and "Well, hacn't you any idea when he will power was able to enlist In Its service every be here:" venal newspaper In the United States. "Not the least idea " whatever Its past political professions "Humph that's queer," mned the disap. every orator who was willing to sell hts pointed peddler. eloquence to monopoly for a price, ever) ln, not to very, said the young lady. huckstering politician every expert In elec"I haven't any husband "Detroit l'rc tion fraud ever) trained manipulator of oortle throughout the republic Against this sinister combination the historic demItKI ocratic party went to the countr) with n ftOO. f The readers of this paper will be pleased candidate for the presldenc) whose purity to learn that theic is at st one dreaded of rhararter, brea1lh of patriotism, power disease that silence has been able to uiru in of eloquence and Sevotlon to the Interest all its stages, and that Is Uatarih Hull's of the people marked him as their natural with the latarrh Cure is the only positixe cure leader In a contest declaration hosts of moand with a of principles l.nonn to the medical fraternity Catarrh nopoly, stiired lhe public which conscience n It being a constitutional disease, renin its a had not brcn stirred for generations The H.iII'k Catarrh democratic party relied solely upon constitutional treatment the Cure is taken internally, acting dircitly merit of Its standard bearer nnd the Justlc, upon the blood and mucous surfaceit of the. of Its cause It fought the campaign Mstcm, thereby the foundation through with nn empty treasury n of the disease and giung the patient crippled press and with mnny of lt and strength by building up the constitution and and locil organizations hor.t) combed stale with agisting nature in doing its work 'lhe treachery A more heroic political battle proprietors hae so much faith in its cura against overwhelming odds has never been lie Kiwcrs that they offer One Hundred waged In this or any ether countr) Dollarn for any caw? that it fails to cure, and the six million and a halt of the popular fcend for list of tcotimoimls. votes and the l?S electoral voles expressed a great moral v Ictory the magnitude of w hlch Address I ,). Chencv A. Co., Toledo, 0. Is becoming more aoparent eirery day Sold by DruRgits, 75c. "The principles tor which fie democratic Hall's Family Tills are the best. party contended In lSK wefa then strong enough to have carried the country overA Cn n ill it Title. If the agencies of coercion and "Can I see the lady of the house?" asked whelminglycould have been el'mlnated from corruption the canvasser, with candor thu contest. These prlnclp'es have been "Yes," she replied, candidly, "you can if growing stronger day by dty and there Is you are not a political candidate.' no question that they are ac:epied now b) "How can )ou?" said he "No, madam, a great majority of the An'erU-apeople I am selling a can ocncr which can't Iks The republican party retnr'ed to power )eat. It can oiicn any can that can be last March under pledges to Reestablish the tiened by any can opener, and any can can equilibrium between national revenue anu be opened by this can ojiener that can bo expenditure, to devise a rtfe and stable opened by any can oieticr, and if )ou can monetary system, and to restore prosperity show me a can, I can " to the masses of the peopls. Neither cl "What cantl" cried she. ''I wish I had these pledges has been kept -- -" ' a cannon,' and 111 bet von'd canter." '1I4- - 'In r I It Vlrtisnrr. , Then she slammed, the door in hU "The first Important omnia) act of Bulletin. waa to convene congress In extraordinary session for the purpose of Whaling fleet In Danger. emctlnra tariff law, the .ostensible oba rtvlvpJ It is predicted that the cssels. oftthe jects of which were to the country.arfd tfc whaling fleet, most of whose underwriters of business throughout pnjvide sufficient revenue to carry on the are in fean rranclsco, have been caught in the Ice and some, may not last through the Kovernmcm. out wnosa real purpose was siege. Danger also threatens those who neg- to enable the trusts to reimburse themcontributions the cor lect what are called "'trifling" ailments, for selves for their 1ST by legalisedtospoliation ruptlon fund of tkty may not last through the crisis. of the people. This Iniquitous law Is acto ilostetter's Stomach Hitters at once complishing Its real purpose. The sugar for .incipient rheumatism, malaria, constitrust, the beef trust, the other pation, nervousness and kidney complaint. combinations which and all allowed tocrest dicwere tate Ita terms are already realising enorTlmelj-- . mous profit! from Its operation. In order First Klondike Miner (wallowing through to swell the gains of these predasnowdrift higher than his cabin, his earf, tory combinations, the public rev enues have nose, toes ana finger frozen, chattcringlyf been sacrificed and the cost of lit Ins has Merrv mal been Increased to the neoole. The1 publl: debt statement Issued December shows ' Second Klondike .Miner (dittoV-- fc Is that the excess of expenditures over reyyyyoul ceipts during the first Ave months'ofithe dd our present fiscal year was (iU0U9Can aver- delight in calling "A ago of over J3.COO.000 per month or at the Eagle. rate of about I110.000.OuO per )ear "' "This appalling deficit measures the comv llolldnr Jtednctlon. plete failure of the Dlnalev law as a revenue ' and New Year holi- producerand will compel congress at an days, the Cleveland, AkrOfi & Columbus H'v early dny'elther to'authorlze another bond mil sell'low rate excursion tickets to all Issue or to levy additional taxes or to reloiuta on Its line and to prominent points duce expenditures Hepubllcan adminison connect ingjallroadi. Ticket son sale De- trations never reduce expenditures. Bo tcmuer .tin, Aim aimoui, ixi, anu jaiiu-- that after nine months of republican rule nr 1st, 1S9S, good returning until January the country finds Itself face to face with 4tli. 1SU3. Ask Agents for particulars. CM. new taxes or another Issue of bonds or Daly, (Sen. I'ass. Agt., Cleveland. both. There has been no marked Increase In tho number of worklngmen employed and no general advance of wages to com Ilrnilj- - (or lllnl. "Did you tell that nestern customer of pensate for the augmented cost of llvlrf, already stsnds con ours that you would draw on him if he didn't and the Dlngley billcountry as demned before tho the most pav!" flagrant and oppressive abuse of the tax"Yes. and he wrote back that if I thought ing power of the government which has I could draw any quicker than he could jut ever been perpetrated to come oit there with my shooting tarkle IohiiiiImrIoii failure. and make a settlement. Detroit Free "The failure of the commission sent to l'ries. Hurope by I'resldent McKlnley to secure Tor Homeseeker's Kxrursion dates Ma the an agreement with England, l'rance nnd for International bimetallism Missouri. Kansas arid Texas Itv. ami infor Germany republican part) to grapple with the mation of their tourist sleeer arrangement. forces the greatest problem which lias ever i auoress n. r. iiowsiier, 43S walnut ht.,Lin It One of three policies must be cinuati, Ohio. adopted. (1) The single gold standard must be definitely established, or (2) biWhat It Mpnna Ttobbin ."Pmn, irt.nt metallism at the old ratio must be restored does it mean by taxing. 'Wiwfom cneth by Independent national action, or (1) the . "IVitlmut without?'" Knthir being present lllugical, chaotic, dangerous and utterly Inadequate currency s)stem must heard, my on." llrooklyn Life. be perpetuated The adoption of the first alternative Involving the change of all the To Cure it Cold In One liny outstanding Interest-bearinsecurities of Take I jtntlve llromo Quinine Tablets. All the government gold obligadruggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. tions, the virtual from coin to of the greenretirement C- backs and treasury notes and the concesKxperienre is a hard block to whittle, hut sion of practically absolute contrul of the every shaving is of priceless alue to the circulating medium ti the national bjnks Is urged upon congress by tho administraw Littler. N. Y. Independent. The execution of this programme tion I could not get along without Piw's Cure would be a colossal crime against the people, and while It would rivet the chains of for Consumption. It olwija cures. Mrs. Y.. C. Moulton, Necdham, Mass., Oct. 22, '01. financial slaviry upon them and enormously swell the tribute the) are now compelled It would cause to pay Law is drv studv. but a nrrHv vnmin'i such a to the mone) pov r, Indignsllon as navo of lean often hae the desired effect on thi would sneep the popular republican organization ;ury. ctncigo ."sens. out of existence. The second policy to n hlch the democratic party stand pledged, Rore and Stiff? Cold. St. Jacobs Oil the and which presents the only prttctK-asolu-- : Cure. Jt warms and relaxes. lion of the currency question, wllj not, of course, be considered by the party In power. Conjectinners should maV- - Uielr candjiTha only alternative, therefore, to itn adoption of the acltnlnlstrallon pre gramme policy, which would InIs thu Illack, deep bruises cured by St Jacobs volve a confession of utter Impotence on the part of the republican party and would Oil. It wipes them out. render Its overthrow at th nexl general If not as When a lailroatl man is lame, he sajs he election as certain,proclaimed cimrlete, as by President If tho policy Just nas a nai vneei. Atchison tilouc. McKlnley were to be carried out liiNplrnlloii for HumtKtl and bent. Lime back did it full "The political situation straight and sound, bt, Jacobs Oil did it. tion and encouragement la to of Inspirademocrats It sugsame everywhere, Age makes some people v Isc and otlicn gests to themand at the vlgllanrb The reunceasing oniy siuuiiorn. Chicago new: publican party has not only failed to solve the currency question: It has not only failed to restore, prosperity to the people, II has not only failed to negotiate an agreement for International bimetallism, hut It has In other wa)s violated Ita pledges to thu country Its attitude with relation tt Cuba Poor Hoallh for Yoaro-Hoo- d'n Is contrary to the explicit promise of the Cures Dyupepsla. Bt, Louis platform and Is In the Ivst de"My husband was In joor health for gree undemocratic, unrepubllcan, ui patriThe voice 'it huyears owing to dysepsla and ho could not otic and manity, lhe natural sympathy whlrlitvery get relief. We gave turn Hood's Sat sapa- true American feels for a neighboring peorllla, nnd after ho had taken thrco bottles ple struggling to throw off the yoke ol savho could cat without distress and was ablo age despotism, and every consideration of enlightened demand th recto work " Hiiuuiu Kruncno, l.'Sy North ognition of Cuban Independence, a step I'carl Htrcot, Green I5ay, Wis. which the administration, for some mysterious reason, refuses to take. The 'ittcr bad faith which tho administration has shown as lo the enforcement of lhe Civil Is the bcst-- ln fact the Ona Truo lllood I'urjfier. service law, a measure placed upon the statute books by the republican part), InHood's Pills euro constipation. 5 cents. vites and will receive the reprobation of the country whatever u flerences or opin ion may exist as to this law, all good clt- sens will asree that so long as l is a law Why have more It should bo faithfully and Impartially enforced Its perversion by the appolnteraof 'resident McKlnley to the service ot partisan greed Is a distinct violation not inly of the pledges of his party, but also ot his personal pledges to lhe country At present the law s enforced only when a demoOrgans been sold than crat can thereby be deprived of official preferment.Mind It Is evaded or violated as any other kind? Because, often ana republican can be thereby, realthough higher in nrice. tained In or provided with a public posiA party whlch deliberately violates tion.jk"' -Estey gives far better day nllaw of the United SUtes Is Jangcrous tcrjour. peace and safety, and value than any other. approaches very.nenrjy to the stateof law lessness and nnarcbyatwhtch It lias tome Writs for tl!ut,at Citilrtni. ui.t. lime cnarcea upon us opponents. ' out ON,THEDENT.ST'S Hal Enragcel llie ButTerlnar ltl-i- t I'lenaeit the Tooth -I'tiller. ," "I tcll.Totl hat it Is," tin- In'ufjjtcd pail'f'i tient was aajinn td the ilrntfit. Tllinil no mill II llir nu) in wine-i- i of II be i WALL AW)RKSaff8I)K3rOCKATS. An Urgont Ajiponl for Strong nnd "Unltoel Aotion. lint ":' still. law a law tirrmlniSMs WlllCtli III'. creditors to enforce Into, bs.nx.ij rnpicy uriitors, nnose inability to pay i due lo repiibtlcantartrr and currency fitting scquetito the protective tar Iff enacted last summer. The Issues to be passed upon by lhe country at thecongres' slonal elections of liOSare. the same which were presented In ISV6, accentuated and emphasised by the record of lhe republican party since Its return to power. IX tht democracy of Indiana rally their forces, (.lose up their ranks nnd march shoulder to shoulder In the contest for the principles or Jefferson and Jackson and II Dan. Mm who formerly acted with the democratic part), but who In ISM withheld their support, are. In every voting precinct In the state, back In the ranks, they are disgusted with the record and pollutes of the republican administration, snd are ready and anxious to follow once more the good We Helcomo Ihtin old flag of democracy back With united and determined efforts the state can be handsomel)srtde:iiied ntxl year, the election of a democratic Lnltru Hlmrs senator assured and a laryeiy In creased democratic representation In Unpopular branch of congress returned llir democratic state coilliliilive appeal to and Invites every cllliui ot Indiana, whatever his last political alllnattoiis, who believes In these principles to ivuperate earnestly from this tlmo until the pons Hose 111x1 November In the endeavor lu secure their trienable umph. I he district conventions for the selection of members of the state central committee will be held In the vu,tou congtesionai districts on Tuesday, January II, I&M. 'I of the new comma ur eheii chose-will meet at Indianapolis on luesda), Jan uary Is, for organisation. the country '". Is , . .lnSK3W v i'W-- J the enacfi1?ntyf'bana-ronlr- Timca-IIerald- money-lende- "1'AIIKti M MAIITIN, "Chairman Democratic Stale Commutes, "b. U v AI.I..M.I-.- , "nexlelary." s wpTT-o- u Mte-nU- untrto 'meiilaj Ilild Weiiurli, Lovers and udiiurvrs ul the fair trx anil who it not cotnprireU within that classirtcullou? would tlud a buuk tb.it (lit very well be written about vvuiu-vreinurkiible (or seme pliy.lcal or . 1111 ii iinuaUiilJj-inlrrest-lug- As a sample of the curious stories hut might be collected, let the reader mark and digest the following: There was Mrs. Durothj Collier, whose ileulh It recorded in the public journals for 1TG4. Site u.it the huwrit vvotmin of her time, weighing upward of 3U stone, and vet "was verv us we are assured. Her colli wet two jnnli two Inches in length, a 31ml and fuiiriiicl.es broad, and two feel six deep, w.ilrh timers Ihnt Mtt. Collier's Ii tuba ml could hare hml no rrnon to complain on the score of iti.intity, wr have Mrs. S.irnli lipwlins, who married at 19 jenrs of nge. and livrel ivIlIT her husband 27 jenrs, during which d period she had M children. Her the nlso I. ted with 27 Jcnrs, nnd the number of her children, grnti'lchildrrn nnil at htrtlecene wn no less thnn WO. "of whom." snjs the chronicler. In I7fil, "M2 art now living." and a very progenj, too, X V. Ledger. 11 ini-hr- s Tli-.-tec-enhu-ba- Tttnil-I.or- r. n lphia r "j"' He-so- rt Many legends have been connected unslchtly little with these weird, creatures nnd their hnblls anil manners are curlcmsl.v Interesting. The Thibetan?, accorellng to Abbe Hue, tell of n toad that dwells In the midst of a mountain range, nnrl unless he Is propitiated by traveler, flings Ice nnd aialanchcs down on those who pass In the vnlle.vs. Toads hnve no teeth nnd are disfigured li) ugly w arts w hlch trite out nn acrid but jiot)blotioii- - Juice. X The motions of thclrtdngues In catching unwary Insect. nrensulck as lightning, and lh?y rnt nothing Ihnt Is not In motion except their own skint, which, when they enst off, thry roll up and avvnllow. The old ningicinns tited' them freely In various wjj, nnd German peasants still have n wbj oP'crucl-fjlng- " toads which tnustJjtcnughoft Kaster before nun rise; they then "bury ihem until WhlUSundny and svenrthe bones in a stnallfbag about the neck as a chnrm whlcbjiiinkra the possessor or ciiance.-j.ie-t- rolt always win drew the bev", anil there "In lhe sffl of Hie evening let her Inlk to him." C He was n mountain boy hliuiclf, nntl ns the first soft notes fell on the air, plaintive and piercing like the cry of he ivhlppoorwlll In enrly spring, JbeJ J5N-SWpit the jouth stir In him and heard. v'a: J-cnln the far call of the hills. He saw the log cabin high upngalnst ItrUBTMAB again! he tide of the mountain, where the tjAlgho. my lass. n. sumac grew find the nt)rc nnd "aonalpa.V1"n, h mn.le bright the scene wlthlt.dark Saaall Tho jilnns wft made IMH15 frtilli where the brcezpcnmc laden with WmbbV JaaaTl . 0,ior 0f nine from the forest, ami nut WS&lcBatj These yestermorn tama swift he birds touched the hleJest notes In years havelaughed hrlr shrill treble. to scorn: turdy limbs, He saw the bOy with lit The ship whereon our hopes set sail s bold blue cjesjnil Ii hating hnlr, Hath seldom mtt ti..searching ..irefool ami ten friendly gate; summer nnd for the enrllett b friesThe haven whereTour longings bide e Joyous, Is still upon the ferthertiuo. me he first nuts In " Hut. thank the Ld! nnocent, l'"l .astaaastaaaa turned ie "long, long He foil Its glow upon 11a wifTi we learned ra the tllstnnt ituoir beneatn tne toucn hough! That bne kraaaaW little much. est ot the ici (it's Hnckbone nnd ui love nove with him mystic drott ns omtd th Christmas again laaaaaaaaaLC at Play day; ars this Urine back the hades of the hntinled rnvinr. ..Jccrecs Yen, glad am I tha He sat with him nt the feet n pnlri In rtBHtHtBCe. flntil mountain lass nnd listened whl And you. whose patient love hath lent A tender grace to banishment ,.oiired the crude poetry of hit nwnk- The realm wemlsstd hath naughtsodear ned tonl Into the sensitive Inttrument To me as )our fair presence hero. hlch alone could Interpret the mji-t- v So do bless the seasons timed, within him. Wherein two hearts the lesson learned That b.re rooms bloom beneath the touch He stood beside hltn nntl watched the Of love that makes the utile mucn. ronr up it,, ealiln -- Frank Putnam. In Chicago Tlmes-Ue''"'"If I'll" titmney, wniic tne 0111 ioih hi mc aid. looked nt each other ncrost the boy ivith that surreptitious tenderness of he ejes which takes place In those grown gray, one! sure of each other, of the nleVrc ope'n demonstration. He saw the whole 22 jenrt of clean, I ?' humble living; the unniplrlng, pastoral avayr-tgy vj "v leXMl life ot the notithern mountaineer, com- " T Pyanloned of nalure; simple, fearless. .41 I? f !. . Int nf brine; scornful of the tnise, reverent 01 IV vvciikncst, fierce to n Jai' n " ''ar', lhe tine; tender to ! ns lhe pare ui ircccu,'-Th- e wrong, and, ol.ist unconlrolleil some f7Y faaUM'. or elements nroundliltnj crushing. '1 irove-r- i ( at alone in In mad output of strength, the obstacle in In awful prlvnte office. U" his way, lo stand afterward potentialihad Just left recoil before the unknown AVTr ties of his own organism. him. Full nnd swelling were the strains The Christmas of lhe violin sea, on wns busy nnd responsible one that Issued from the throat (he hills; passion-ntcho-- e that lime to nt it told this ulil of with him, for he hnrmonles pulsating like lie Investigate thorough!) 1hecr1111ln.il rr heart, long, tender, jrnrr.lng tuch ords of lhe st.ite and g notes; sweet. r.ircing ndantrt; the at good conduct or cxlcnuatn of tpve In theguiieof sound. ciix'timitnticcs placed within the pat vrrj spirit lint now the nuis-i- changes Voiitb't of executive clcmenc) glad sjmphors lost In Ihc wild miijor Is selection If questioned a Note dashes against chords of pat the exercise the I10lid.1v note llkc,lul Saslslaa- S-t " pane Ml the e he was woi the "benign pre the forest lhe tumult of Hi y be heliiing to answer. "Oh, roaifng stren liistsFH run rive the uul of some I'ao turn the tide in t heavens. Is soun iRl m hat mnd chro- do It when pea and I have n fancy ascending Its cllmnt. good will nre most likely lo best inallc nnd Alt of nature's Hood; that Is all." the Whether this wereall.and II weren- -t breathes In the sighing minor o' the Surely 1h.1t was a n responte lo some deeper sentlmen descending scale. the room; those who knew him best alone cou d human sob that rang through sympathy. n fellow mortal's burst of ,sny. ns he looked at the piles or 'o. It was Just the old fiddle, who knew things cause she d been lyln so .mall matter on his desk vet to be a chair w ith long ng')n his heart." , posed of, he pushed back-h- ls Anil, now from out her quivering a smothered gronn antr,starteu 10 t didoor, moicd by o.wliijlmpulirto get strings she sends forth a melody so vinely purtfjU) Immeasurably sweet, the outside and turn the kcyjyill all An obstruction in his pajh caused bin coldest rnf mint open, lo greet in it are tne prayers 01 moiiicrsriirie and he siiv a curlout-Ioo- $ma& ' i "VS,V i - v Co .' jf FROM ,v THE KLONDIKE. inniiireel n friend "Cold'" '' es, but not so liad ns it will be along. In kltmiiary, after the mosquitoes get out of the air and let tho wind Imp n ch'iiire. '1 hen it get g;ood nnd cold. A man told me who had w intent I tip there seven year thai it was so cold in latitiarv that titer froze the llames of their randies and sold them for straw be tin-s- . He snid they kept their lire-- s out night by putting them out he had The Mim from the- - tlol.l Jlltira Telia Aliout the He had just returned fiom the top of lhe Cliilltat pass and was apparently gliul of it. ,J,' I low wns lhe weather when you left!" "MY WIFE'S LIFE." How i was the means of saving it. I promptly cuted." K. Moaals, Memphis. Icon. ' I ronitimptlon euro The question bleF" I still delisted, and still debatable. It I esiy to say that this iva not a csee of enuiiuiiiptjon. Yet the ph)tlelan said It was. 1 hry should know. As a tastier nl fact, llr. A)et's thrrty I'rctotnl lis wrought so inatiy slmllsr eurrs thst II aeema to atgue the ciitabletirs of In Its eatllei tlsgr. by the use of till teuitdy Thete I no tiellrt medicine lor ptilmonaiy Itoubles Ihsn lit. A)er'a Cherry I'ectoisl. It give telle! In cairsol Aslhuia. and llronclillls, wheie tr. lief has btt-- licrrtnl.il e unsllnliiahle. It cures tough aiul Cold. I.a Jiromptlyand all stlectlon of the thiaal and Iiiiies. Ifrretofote l)r Aver's Cherry rrctotsi hs been put up 111 lull siic iMtlllf nnlv atsfi.,, fter bottle. To mrel wotld wide iltTTisnil fur a smaller pack. re, the remedy t now put up In ball site W lite for t'nttles, at half pilee v cent llr Ayet CutrtuMtk (Iter a lid leant mm e of the rules eflected by lit Ayrr's Cherrr Pectoral. Addtrss J C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mais. - - f fnll-fre- 1 1 1 rl i(. He said four Ineti die ol colic from rating vthl'ky that wns fruit 11 so haul it woulilu't thaw inside of thrm. He said the cows all gave tee ereMtii till thev from to death lie Mid he knew n eh-t- in a hotel on the Yukon that got rich srlliug the diamonds he wore, said diamond nothing nn earth but ire crvstals tint didn't, thaw till niter the elrrk had got out of the country He said he had seen a man fall oil the roof a barn and frtrri- - an stilt icforp he lit that he broke in two yvlien. he hit the ground He said he hail tn xineiKe-.1- . in ie eiiiiuiiei nn tup nre 1 '.:..i. iM r M'uiiifi man. nn, 1... hum ..1 inn- - rnu ui where the smoke frore after it got 100 fret up and fell lurk on the houv, knocking a hole lu the roof lug riiough lo drive a joke nt steers tiinnin tie sniu tne re.non the nights were so long in that muntn was that the dvrk fron o Imrii lhe iliilubt couldn't thaw it wav through 111 less than six mouths He "fiiil " "Kxruse me," interrupted lli" friend, 'Mill this pirt) htvc ntlidavita with these state the air and letting them thanrtl them out in the morning. In then gt gRDDLsffj TH JSzsrxmX ll-IS---. -- mentst" "He said he hsil, but I guess he tnut have fnue to eleith hunting for them, ho nt'icr camp back when I asked him to go adrr them for me," and the re turned t'lulkatrr smilril a smile that was childlike and bland Washington Star. OUR A m umS! WALLS PAINT - When the lungs a e sltscktd and the 'symptoms ol conmtiptloii apprsr, then begin the struggle helxrcen allcctlon su.l that ilesltoyliiK illirase hlch slav lie Ihoiisiiuds uniiu.-illIt Ii a happy Issue lothesltuiiglr when dleease I comiurtrd and health irMotr.t Such an lime Out not always end the struggle, tint It did In the case of Mr. K. Mottle. .Vteiuphls.Tenu., who saw hi wife wauling and weakening and physicians hclplei. and then suit gesled llie simple lemedy that wrought the cure, lie tell the toty thu "Seven vests ago. my wife hd a attack ol Innr ttnulife which the eete phy Iclsns proTintmceil conauinptlnn. The eoiiirh ws eitremcly distressing, espe elally at night, snd wa fteniienlly attended with the spitting l MckkI The doctor bring unatile lo help her, I In duced her to try llr. Ayei'i Cherry Pectoral ami was tiirpiWnl at the ereat relief It gave. Ilelore using one whole Imttle she was cutrd o that now she I stroiis; and quite hrslllir That till medicine saved my wile lite I tiave not the least ilmihl I alwsv keep llr Ayer Cherty 1'rctoral In the liouee Whenever any uf my family tiave a cold or cough we ue It, and ate ) CEILINGS.: ....... ))? .... I i -. DIALECT. IV f'Stk The tivu men ntproached each other and spoke- - ns follows. "Hellolo mm, wulg .".Volit'n aliter know of. Zhcr wife got IIhtiI TI, I rut tor llir Average Person tu 1 nitrrnlniitl. t I m, MIIDAIO IV1TPP grwor sTiOl CV9 DAINT.Q l(i8' IaVWa vVZ ffJlJl 11 laa kyct'" chav "No reverting'" now ' r in" "Muteher bhgeder jut omp 5?nl never tram, tad one. Yoan How "Oh, tiout zhutual. sweatherw 'ravin' e d 1 1 after-pennnnc-e "IVtlain lis. Hut Mone train fanner slaii-- haul tiinrillirr viheat. Kiy. gotrlier THE MURALOCO.. NEW BRIGHTON. S. I.. NEW YORK. , l c Hmk ' liur H ainti-- fianletbtr ear shi-t- ' m, t.v llie ie Vb llnlliir tSeo.t l..allr.li th. r. In,ih.l ' till, ypwuvrr grtitlrzi't lamb now I. hrn L h...'il,.e.iinlr. lslnf I., IhllmM.I, wr I,. - t V'.l m.Utialak r lima- lNrt thai our . "" k!. m.lr,ll whl a T a .n .'t, aa l,.inn iminii-- n . m-t.t.. I,.- mi ,.lt,-- l ihrr breithrr pointer sell) rouse-- " "Nm Ti rt'tiriM ill e SI. mtpill .h,.m1 will, w.ie, i. I i Awful hard It, ,.n em' w trck'n tine mantle iazr price r i alt pt ut.l ..mi, ( .. t Nia Mi hi. - hixtllMl .1 !. II in Ik. wl.lir, Mr. Mi Iffl .nt i.iivh ill.' hi. '. noivtrr srll anything funis snortli " L r, i.,l. Vhl. h. r.rrt...ljilii, lwt .l newrrlhf .it i - Ito '.I aJ. .' - tn hi. 11 .e, ' lh.it snght .Irrrvek'n thing sloosc T anj.i eh. .Ii iim.tarire. w. mjni.rlet a in'.i. blle siiuiiix--r little-- lin fall!" 1iet'tG " rae--r guess thriien w lieat'll may kev cry thing umh) llong " "We-ll- , Ime-- s Ie guing. Drop pin atiiiie MMing" OI'.T Till'. flllMIM! AMIICI.r.t tunrtivi-All n, rbew ilnthersame." will, (llailter mrtther " "I No, n, this i neither Seidell, Inh Cre olr. Neve Kugland, Wild West. Kipling Atncrir.iri.lirorgiaCrackfr. Dnivrry r ( rail doe k Moonsliiiier dmleel, it is simple the Knglih langiMge a alii-i- s siMikrn everv div in anv toieti in the I'tiiteil Slate-- a by the T"Wf7' r airragv American citiitn. Detroit r . M . rife "il-- ll 1 .- FOR DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS Is VI or imlut dealer nml elo jour eitvn Italsouiitiiiig.1,1 'Ihl miite-rbi- l I ,,,.. fioirtlllt.. II ... ...... 1. 1. ..... ..i.l t,iltl.it ...m llllllie- - Oil ll..!.... lit.. ..pl....t,.t...n 1... ,i,t. .,,1,,, ILHUIIW '( l,avi.l of tilth' nnd Whiting that citn iKiwilbly U mid I Mineritir to anv ciiiiciK-llobe) Hindi' b bund. To UK llKll WITH Ceil tl Watkii. (, (yiURALO from tlu namo u buy If you'ivant something iiihIIh-culli- es wilhn brtinli This material In a II nn llNl'il to Mitle-lit tivi-iitfour tint nnd work n Imrii nn Cement ii ns well witli void or hot vvnte-r- . for uiuplei cnr-ilt- nnd if vim tft'i'tid wc will piitxliaso lltlit miiterml fmm ynur lixal dcnlcra let us limm-aiiput you lu mo wny ot ouiaiiiing iu tei-,i!v o lfiV, VK. nj. 1 fc jietet - : r Ires. Walter Baker & Co.'s E . Breakfast COCOA Pure Delicious, INulritious. cn;. Trsde-Maik- . t, k " . ' -- . lt.. F . - t&- ' I , I jp Jgg "AS Vl.iiut IVsenplive folder containing five map i Alankt and routes tn the gold held, tin most ei'lnplitr itihlie.ttin nf the km. i, I ertit lui print in taui to 1' I ne), t! 1' 4 'I A (JreMl Nurlliern ' rail ten .11 ami llroadna), M I'.llll. Minn Hk of toll nml (Ilaiie-r.a brauiilul v booklet, for fiftrrn nn'. (a tamiw lhe lirent N'oitlwrn is over niileil llir li ilrt line from M I'aiil ml Mjliill It t.. nix Portland th (Miyittttin wlicinv steamers sail f r Alaska '.' lrnrU II llleh. Ml I .N-i1 lak. V! .iv Coat I.cs.1 than OSJi CKST u lie sure that the package bears our Tn.le M,k Walter Baker & Co. Limited, Dorchester, Muss. (ruwi.hfjijoj Q . coat " "I sees ITimlfi t 1 wife has a new ri-flk Mieit Ins thtuii1' luyltnok out sn a vuck." Cleveland "Ves. lie's h.i.l IMIi.'v was that ' ol lurk " idem r m.islicil the dv after wluy for fJO a Wh b 11 SiexInK I'roplr. A German acquaintitntT nl.oitrs thus dt coursed learneilly vijioiritin Iwi'inrw suua ago, ottlir Free Tress."--- . I . ntV leitrr tion reerntly wIf neit Week than lUwiisTasTasTaTtdsr. two weeks a aaniotiTjiTnt.'TfebitV iini rm sat I hopes." l'hiladelphra'XprtliMroeftc-a- Jjfil Try m. I One of the nreatcst ami heaviest of them is hat, drudgery of wn&hm ami cleaning in tin: n.u is a woman otm uiu yay wiin soap. for, alter a day over tin: wasliuoard, or cleaning house? She'r. too tired even to rest, usually. . Why is it that any woman is willing to live such a life v. hrn Pcnrlinc stands ready to do all her hard work and save here s no her money besides f answer to this at least, .no senm sible, satisfactory answer, 1 Extinguishers. Tr- - Ur3 - "rL--t?- ml w.Wlal. , - 1 Without Distress Sar-saparl- Hood's Sarsaparilla ESTEY Jthe 10 try Estey Otpi Company, Uuulcboro, Vt, .1. f H V x kind of n prince of the Oertnan ImA divorce suit should le included In the When were found who Curlosltv conqiieHtlgue. ITe hnd perial family , nntl, when out walking tiianv and various petitions, oboraled the statements of the prlt-b- wanlrobe of the artrcs who hopes to be tilth his host,oberved that the side of well advertised -- Clurago News never one In shape like this. ,' "", and Jail wardens certified to 20 tht path he occupied was smoother ami ensicr thnn that upon which the latter Detnching the note from Its fasten- - ,fnr of exemplary behavior Inside lhe Crippltil for) ears? Pshaw! Wbv St ,Ta cobs Oil will cure sprains right nil Sure. was walking. Thinking It to be mil) Ings. he crossed the room to the win- - Pr,n walls, the governor sent for Ab- ""l to be roBnt to bis private A ordinnry politeness, he changed from dovv. ami by the waning light of the womin doein't object tn lir naughty the left to the right side. Then he no- winter's day deciphered the following '"if' . Atchison ne 'xpcleil him he placed children if others arc noise The "" ticed that the notables whom the) met Illiterate text: (llobu. 'he tlolln Jn a conspicuous position on saluted the prince with profound re"To the Ouvner- - Th'v tel me thet yer,h , "K- No mistake Thousands have lwcn rured spect, but started at him ns If t bel- Hart gtts tender lo at rhrlmus ,nJ L, Oil 1'romptly of neuralgia b) St. There wits ushered Into his pre- lime and you listens to what they has to li ere very much surpilsed and wonsay Ive ben Hear P yea- fer kllllnaman epce n tall, angular mnn with the worn dered who he was. In n short time the Hon We presume thero nte mane women vnlh ivr iini norry puj ly sence i uonr Hint It 1 was a hot headed I y uv n and the ,ace nn,i t"I"K shoulder of lliree pretty necks unciHitil. Washington Demprince said: "Did jou observe ocrat, I.l.irand after you changed to niy right aide the man called pap a noways sed things agin core years; hair scanty, muscles llab- mam couldnt thet and I people whom we met looked nl you In nocked I him down he wa a pate sickly i.v. eyes dull: nothing to brtprak youth Surely. Often after 10. 15. ?l )ears suf tit the faint red that crept Into hit fcring, St. Jacob Oil cute rheumatism. great surprise?" Odds nnd Knd. complected tender foot and he never got up agin. I never ment lo kill him but my aunken cheek when the tervnnt anSome ieoplo think thit when a man it Oner fnlil nnil Worth llrpr-ttn- s. fist wns hevy and sum mad thing Inside uvi nounced his name. A single stroke of , 1 It m atekful ma on. ther never rlvr me rt In Cllllitrrli wife t?itclt tfilrrprt-Vrraafler.wrlilne nn Iba brnlii litld hciiled he ought to ipilt going with tho sort uv a Trial tint jes put me In Hear ff had done the work of twice 20yrnr. Democrat. A friend Is the medlelre of life. l.lfe, his folks was rich and mine was por Happiness Is not got by riinniugnftcr and couldnt pay no Unyer. pap Is gnn lie stood Inside the door with down-cm- t THE MARKETS. blind and mam la old and they nlnt got n eyes and It. fluttering hands. em Joseel The governor called his name, nnd Xnttire takes her dues with n atern body to look after goln but nurry meJn. h. t'inririNTl t)eo.;i gal ihct was Is the to bund. something In the kindly accents gave I.IVKMOTK Cattle eeinimou I Tl V. 3 TV left her home when they sent me Hear sf Si lert Imtihcr . up 1 Angela only know- how to employ went to look after the old Polks stmes t y him courage to look up, ti r.i 7 rt CAI. KS I" sir toifoud I could git bark to Ju was hern, t oinnion 3 lei .1 Something else In the homely, hu( 3 4U leisure. ) and the old folks and the mountlni Mix, tl lucKrrK. U1M ("Mi t Ion is the instinct of the weaker never lit my nan agtn no mnn agen cepim morous face that no man ever looked I.ltrht stiiptiers Jll it 3 IU J 70 & 4 li twas to help him so help me God. Into without loving gave him courage bllllKI'-diul- er animals. I.AMMS IhkjoiJ to choice . ... III & 5 n They tel me as how you kin make a Tu. to speak, and his eye caught sight of Hnppy those who find their right po111 l'LOtJIt Winter faintly die talk III the chlldern puts down thnr the violin. ., d. UKAIN sition nn,v where. $ Dli I'laythlngs and fullers yer Quvner I ser .1., . No 3 r, ii tt itracilng n trembling hand out to bis Most women ore the first to delect the you mine along uv this what I mad i (inn Nn '.' nileiil U tfli I was a Hoy back In tho (lli. No i love they Inspire. u :i mouiins o dumb friend ns though for confidence, I kottd my gal with and pla)ed r It.- No '.' M Hntnn does not send forth his emis- same and pap round the fire Sunday evn r he whispered, hoarsely! II A - I'rlini lo mam iJDM "Ouvner. what tlll the tell yotkriur 1'HOVIS(iVS-Mi-- h ilmltniorW .., (C I'l saries with henling gifts. Chicago shes aged along with lu but she ktp I.firil voice sweet and stiiUsTj'; . me? What did my old fiddle Ml e3 IIUITUII I'ritiic Sieam ..... Tribune. t hoiee llalry . U II "Taka her uuvne down bv. v. a mbmeTal The governor vvnlted for .,.. i rune i" liimo ireamcry , si self tn the still .mtlonnl C'linmclerlsntlnu. ion uoi let . r perhaps to steady his voice; then, In ill WI'I'LIIS l'ir 1,01 . i fs 1 7 talk to you V?i hiIIJTA'IUKS- - fir tihl iccru aneu , Ing both hands on the shoulders A German and a Trench man lot op.'tl w ii of the clt nuthrnPlAif on the tide ,v (IIIC'AUO. e In n the moihillff and posite each other nt pan and .!,... ui other, blfHrihtotJjtWi: with a father's rf,OUIt- - Winur luicnts i 70 Itln these Mvtrt fer lendrrneAfTilryHxpectant certnln hotel In Swltcrlniul, "You nre a settln thar and . face, UHA1N ml IS. I ill No. ,'ieeL ... ku incirnolt uv he said: Inquired the Hoy Ihey woul n Frenchman, I suppose?" NikSt iii jko spring hclylp hJ'i nor auu luvin no Iter what he did a rOIINNu i h c"( nt the coinnif ncement of shell not ferglt nuth 1. she a too nitif.1, ,... the German the old fiddle says HA'IS- - Na .' "Abner, she sn, Hi the reply, "but them Wlmmcn shell be tellln you about the meal. "Yes." wnt 1'tiltlv- - Me- 7 r.'liJ 7 t.lj you can , back fo the moun that ..A ma llln mnv lrnnM LAIUI .Steam . c,.v ,iv an ntminm ll.U. na- .. SS I 4 0."v'e6 I j miHga well hoiv do 30U manage lo find that out?" prapi cause shes ben lyln agin my Hart Jil tains. And, my n n.ioCUotl go wlih NKW YOIIK. to "Hi cause )ou rnt 10 much bread," said long, and If she cant tell you ) nuthln Ouv. you I" I Lfll'lt -- Witiu-i 4 tW to 10 puient. , ,,.- tht German. There wns a long pause. ner let her talk to yer Wife. Its abuut no nil 46 I ilicuiivici siuou iuri toinent like COItN ,-No mixed Wlmmcn shell let you mostly Wlmmrri When the dinner wos over the French-muit f"i nith pallor UVI. and Sorrer, And Wlmmen Is uulckern r n one struck uutnu, a wo In turn, questioned bis overspreading hit cheek; lien, with a tl.VIS Miiiel U ?7vi -- understan them things I Its me t, "ou nre a German,me, presume?" Te thisThais all.Ooodby.tuK Ood eoweeks (he r'lo cry which his listener never forgot, he lYIKK Ni w ine--i ui uvIW I.A ill) Weslini letter. with proy, bow you o be sure; but tell uid I'Tddle und help her til II slrate. threw his nrros around his liberator anil IIAl.TI.MOIlll made that discovery." "Ilecause you "AUHUIt llll.l, sobbed like a heartbroken child. 4 40 n.niu i ,unu ale so much of everything," was tie ll W.ljen iheBOVtrnoijItietlnwBy from And the governor vvns notnsliamed tn GUAIV Win it Na l Smitlicrii Wlictll London dry retort. I'l tcS t oru Mui-i- l there'Vnrn Jook on bis admit that something tightened In hit .1 VO J.H, tlal Nn i whllo l face thfltew had eVprsVen there ixcent throat and broke out at his eyes, too. VJ'VA A lliniiKlitful lletter Unit, j, No 1 KcUni lt i Norn C, Franklin, In I.lppIucott'sMogat OATIl.i: 1'irNt quality A man married recenly 8 young wife iUl u I 15 . ,, ,,,., lli, llflfd the violin carefully from sine. who takes everything h,ulte lUernJIy. ii 4 M fff ll"llll 1Ef INUIANAl'Oi.lb. He came home nnd said lie would, IaH the floort tore away its wrappings ami .CAIN Win u No. ' A Chrlaliuna Truth. to her lo the tlieiiteryStind preserttfy' e IcKjhtJtJ at (t long apd curiously, it Hag 8 oril Ni, iniKiul If you the merriest Christmas would enjoy), l Uats- - Nu. Jinucil ,,, found her smiling nil torUnf ealnblM t"u0hly'vniade tf natlie pine and maple it ir you tne deepest nappintas wouiu reel, Into n couple of b'lack biigt. ,!iJYl8t dje, and'j'urnlihijd" rt'lth' the liomennde l.ltUl.SVIM.K. genuine Jollity without alloy, ri.Otfll-Wii- uir A hspplnesa continuous and real, but the strings 175 & 4 I'l jou doing?- -- he usked, ifotVibe'rrnjJcift (IIIAIN Whe.it latent Na jrvti 40 VI meekly! "ragking prptions,jciiiso .gnvcrCifyllTie true viol tone, clear and Though paradoxical, l.'i will agree, lis CM I lnKiiiff.jrsr hnve just read In 1.0 Dtl. MIXijil in "TIs yet a truth that no one can galnsh A llnilUruplcy 1.1111 jlt'M i'dltlv Lwreks will elflpte be,teen Ide flrM0d VUiihilnii his chair closer lo the crate. The greater will your own enjoyment ba I.AI.U Mmw V, ihi 'The only measure or general Impoitance Tht morn tho happiness you give artP)W UBaslslH Id, the instrument in potitlon. uhlch the republican leaders now promise second tn.u.V tiiv.ihtbi. iiestoa CoiMjj ' -ut g Tnklnxr.'JjseTllnt. 3T" .At home stnlldnis the fitliafe saldiervi washing ia tisunlly dpne b the marrleil soldiers' wives, who are sew on nnsxlng buttons and do repairs, for which n small sum is di ducted from the prlvnle'spay, I'at MeOittiU tin n good denl of troiihlewlth his InUnelrevs; Suntlnv after Siimiayfhuil his rbir' cqne back with the neck butiSivjJlT, arjUel hanging by a thread, lie nnd spoken to her on the subject, and she had promised to to It. but still the button vvns not on properly. He got out of patience one Sundnv when the mls- Ing button had made in lnte for parndc. nnd exclnimed: "Itother the woman; I'll see If I enn't give her hint this time, nnjhow." He then took the lid of n tin blncking-bo- , nboul Ihrec Inches in dinmeter, drilled two holts In it with a fork, nnd srwrd it on to the neck of the shirt that vvnnrit lo be washed. When his washing c.tme hick he found Hint she had taken the hint; she had tnnile a button-hol- e to fit HI The Ithnk .Mt.looL Him for n Klnpr, t A famous naval architect was eipe-cleil.to M-111 11 tS T" wr 1 s,-- ,y but it from uie grjois, and the most delnale stonini b rriciie it wittm'it 1 I the IV and pine ol colfe-jiackage. bold by all grwers. U ct. ti fod ,ltl e of ribo newllir d'.r.kt .lire th3t t'n Irn Uul) elnnk it witlmut injun as we'l a llie adult V! hu try it lii.. u 1. i:ISd has that ri h seal brown of icba or .lae Ask 3 our package of lake-- Try Jraln-O- gr I . to rielu.Ot ! lay to show jog M SSSSSSjrk' ir The llllllpully. True, snd none but the. ti' ""SajSSs r -- "Miss Ililhutido- t- None but the brave de serva the fair , ars of wlvesV'the sobs of little chil-- . en all of unlsngiagcd pain, all ot -- ulangungcd love. It is the echo of that tonr which ueals forever against the throne of (iod, a tender, tireless cadence the united voices of many wouien pleading for the toult of men- The violin sllpfrom the governor's "ands and his I ad sinks upon bis ferry llarduppe wealthy get 'em Commetieing .li-oti- WHAT DID UV OLD UDDLE TI.LL.TOU."' Ing bundle In brown paper, clumsily tied with a coarse twine string, lying ou the floor at his feet. He remembered the clerk's having mentioned a package from the state prison this mutt be It nnd puthed It Impatiently to one side; but as he d did so something In the outlines made him stoopand tearaway n nrt of lhe rover He found, lo his Aazement. a violin, nnd nmiended to ifltollcd nencifwrlt- appeal of some ten note, coflln-thape- Teinrlat Mrrpllllf f'ara, with the eiiurnoii of IX-7th, the Kansas and Ie xaa lt has inauguralnl si stem of tourist Mre-ers on their eicurMUi dales be'twern M bun or Kan-B- i fit) and Smith lev Kor information addrrM II mints I 433 Walnut St , Cimiiinati, Ohio c n, 11 WOW) ' yF CANDY CATHARTIC jl ,. CURE CONSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS He "Don't you think it rather nslv to come so f,ir almir on )uiir vilurl ' Sin. "Hadn't thought of it but II tern feel timid 111 sec jou home." Yellow llook. Kits stopped free and peiiiunmtlv eurtl hUHlttr lust ela)'s uw of )r Kline'i 'ireat Nerve ItfatorM I"rre-.- ' trnl lMittle,J treatise. Dr KI11.- -, uai Arrhit , 1'lnla .1' S'o oreatt. T "THE CLEANER 'TIS, THE COSIER 'TIS." WHAT IS HOME WITHOUT cvlc'eiik old fid Id tra!ght. her story APOLI flliAQniVIA'S BERUTV TALK3 SCNGfl. Jenlftr. Ala (into u.cil I . "" s ,lac-ub- a - WJf VTeinish should txi Sliniiions n o 13 years, know It on res l.lrrr llr. sayst I M. A. Jlr-ill--o IlMtilnrliosnil Conttl-pntP1 Kick tl n n il V l It has muro strnicth .nil action than cither " Illack tirsiiKlit" or Ilonrl. llilak "yellln's umaisiai. v""1 ,ViD it W IIJ. SCNDY0U OVR 116 I'AOC g r iLuisniMm cvstaujcuc hick WHWIESUR KEPEATING ARMS L0.K laoviWitrtTiMr, Nrwllww.&sui, I ....w oiiLruiuiK rwriL- tLL?iJt Sr.,mFfiFKevj y il-"lsf ' w-- .f. - ,... Si Parturition. rhlMblrth, nben natural, shnnM sml Itlsslirsrsessy vrhen lliorlittit - -- llh'lil-IllM- !) f 1 Miit-N.Srr- - t.- -r ia T torturetl when iloimctha ono tmnRlhst maVrs her wholly VTutnanlr. To fear or shrink from ehlMlilith I n rnnis not by the Una of "ocfrly, bnl by thelsw nl hcreilltsr fir the niother'M romlltlnn renrtnui m her offspring. Kt rry cbIM lisn nn lii&llcn.iMo rlpht to tm born on tinr-I'ossnil the right to lie tho prmloct ol Ilia best inanhoml nml best womsnhooc of i arcnuan J tho consummation of y. To seeari this rendition, thu best onle that can bo nscj In llr. Nlnimoiia Hijimir Ino Wlnoi it Is rfcetlr afo anil bnrialosa to tiso nl nil times sml tinilrr sll clrcnciKtancrs In tha iloscs prescrlbcil. II imitu nature In sof lenlnR.relailnit nml es. ilirrobyili-crrcliilabor nalns sml shortens iauur. uariu.raio aim coirij.milvcljr (isia. Isss UellTcrj follonr IU continuous use. Nsluie nfecr Inlni.lnlllist bfl f sy, Seattle AlOndlKG SSpMlllr. FHEC information ijuiikau W.i.htnstnn ,lllnllil ll.llio. I urallrnlr. Ilst niil I, 'I'll'--' iUiu Sll liltAlir Nlialr, Nnilltr, el.l.OWl e I AtflK m.n.r.j.l l,il-- i F I I ii L.I olTIITS AlaSKa ItlMnillk, IK BeATTtn, WASIL, OnAatDUROrCOMMEllCll Slu.fci. lrir.tl lJif llaltal liliil D ianillnftlhomriselenniiKuieulsliTeilTcil, notice VA i i . re-- tnble-d'hot- X 71l'JllHS Hatchclt Creek, Ala.. writes: I lmvo known Dr. at. A. filmiiiiiiis I Iter MiilU Ino all my Ufa, sml hsvo turnl It 15 years. Think It far Subtler to "Zcllln's" medicine, and that It excels 'Illack Draurtl" to a Urea Cl tent. IlrurrsMrlt lleael-nct- in anil Vv Iini Colic. L Ann. mit.f L' juyvS.ISUT n0 r THEGENULNE HARRHORrl) "Tim It nn 1 st 1. ,i U'lii-.il- I 5- DON'T RENT A FARM, BUY ONE. healthy community LUIC'IKO. & - n, l' ra (tl blXf.r -- the monthly flow orenrn at lbs period and Ik otherwise ctrlelly nat. iironer patient srffcrs little or no rain, It occur of len, continue too loni; or bo too rrofusc, It Imliicc a feeblo pulso. cold ostremltles, weak respiration and frcncrnl debility. In treating ttilii disease, modernte cierclso nnd fresh air am most esseintial: ttio JlftestlTe oriiana bIiouM bo d vltli llr. M, A. biiiiuiona l.l'i-- r Moillrlnn, and tlio happiest rcaulla will follow tha uso of llr, hlininou rviiitw Vino IV Ina n atrriiKthenlnir llio systems') thai too f reijncnt menstruation reaulUng (rooi debility will be corrected. When Too Frequent Menstruation. snlrcrlptlontu"llia ttioroinrhiy rell ihliv nnil full ot Inf'tnnv tlnti about nitlirn firm lands. It will rnliln oti In loeiir-Inu cheap lumie In. i prosprion mid (Vtnl vi edits for n Com licit," ;mi Ail.iiui BU fnfn Hell" llltitlralnd mun tlily paiinr, to Weeks Soaie Works, amd conow 6CALE3. uurraLUi M' H. t Is ami Df ta.r. b.iil fnrtousnr, II.ti.llininl. I. SO HI, Iflttay.i 8 aiImis.ii, Ireutnirnll'rrei. IT.PODQV luTtUrCS H 9Ukur.il.rn.ltui.,wor.i ll.tislts I'lCI'l-:. iirjKii. Kirn 0Pei!V?il a. n. K.- -n d VVIiLUry lltehlt cural homa wltntiiit ii tin. ltr.uk nl H tlienilhtjrT 1 Uul i Ts Hem iums nrnin. tSi toiKh w n tie II., Attunts.tla, II St, U'i TZl llltlin. SW.M i i UViTau a. 'JmmiIvoiI, Usal ) br iutftfl.t. la 1088 M? J5 4.A ajtjJlty If - M5R t Sr m VVIIr.N VYtliri.M '4I AII. UUTIMf.llN aiHtn I but uu suev tha Aettcitlsc;. unl lu tills paocrv' m