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HICKMAN THE OLDEHT NEWSPAPER IN" it FINE COURIER 2, 1898. END JOB PRINTING KXKCUTKD HEATfiESS AID DISPATCH. WITH SALE BILLS, WKSTEKN KENTUCKY. BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, LETrER HEADS, ETC, ETC l'rIo orSiibHcrlplion, CURKEKT TOPICS 1.00 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER VOL. XXXIV. NO. VERY NEAR. - 2. - CALL e- ? - 81CE US. Canaha' mineral output Int 3cnr yielded ?J?,ooo,oo(. Kkw Voiik iinhltcctual itini wurhcr exact iloutilu jmy fur work on election day. A riiTMcUN declares thnt peoiile who sleep with their mouth shut live longest. Tiimik nrc on'y 0,093 lowers of nil klhilit In Ittisxln one for every 20,000 gold coin In Sandwich islands Is u( United States mintage. Lasi ycur In 21 cities of tlio t'nltcd States f. divorces weic ashed foi mill 0.C0H were granted. Tin; low pr grade, of moltis-i- s hIiU'1 In unsalable, 1h used iin fuel, Ovcrloo, W) ton wore used last yenr. Tills iiiiiiiu of Wnyno U the title, 01 part of tint title, of more ttteoc In the Unltitl Stiilm tlinn any other. clrculn-ttu- Inhabitant. N t:M.r nil the In llu n 4 1 1 k Kti.rrrimnisitfonVrn'jSltluj.'rnll!! i'ini many ot mem are uiiigm luncni'. It' n mnn ui'llil move It's leg propoitionnlly hn fnsl as an nut, lie would travel not far short of mk) miles nn - A FnriMil wilier attribute the lionr. Nu Mtil iVin ily luck until without iiriilnir. The dragon lly. however, enn accomplish this font ami outsMp iniy swallow, Tiiiiitv new icnntors haie Wen appoint! d In Italy, among them talny Ikiiori Favit, Italian niiili.iss.idor to the 1 I'ultcd States I.v IbSs freemasonry was established In .he Island of Cyprus Therenre now Iwoltxlgcs n lioynl Arch chnptcr mid it Mail; lodge, there. A oitirA.Nt liclug fonui'il at Lexington, Ky., lobiilldntiiicclrlernllwny lictwrcn Lexington and llichiuoiid Ivy., it distance of J mile. I'lilVAii. liull light nn- - occasionally given by llie very rU'h people In Mail rlil. mill gnosis arc Invited to them as tlu-would to ii dinner. Mmi: the passing of the first iitrclua-tlonet in England. In IH n, the denlh rato (run: .inalljiox bus fallen f mm .MO million. ht million to IH Am.H h tii'n of ninny year In lonoi Sivifilon ami Nnrwiiy arv nhout '. he ilWomil Mkii K'roiimli that MKMiit to tie liico.niiHtihllit.v f ti'injvr. Vkm:iia.n rohik of lilu uml 1477, luiirinir the naim of D.kIo Aloy hae tiwn fonnil In Miftliona l.i nil. In tlio Interior of huiilli Afiicn. AitiirniAt. ly'H mid urinit were In ti'v In lnryi't i" early n It. 11 7e0. Thry werv made hy the nrlent. who were the hyi4e!iti of that trly time. 1 1 1 u tr I1vava notv.Nipptv haw Iwen hui lutwl nil Itn etlltnrit liiiorlMUiod for jiulillnhliiK' .Mi article uttaekiu; the A . t'nltrd Mules against the unlerxof the ccnMjr. AtcmiiUMi to NilsM.n. tho rooluUt, n tire'nltml the weight of u full-itrMlinle U 1ml tons or JJ4.00I (niunds or iiju.il to that of h8 clcnhnnlnor 4 IW learn. Till, hank elirekn mnii thmilKh tli elrnrinir Imimi In trfinilmi n tut New Vork In one month the liie of nil the guM mid silver coin In k AN EXPLOSION IN HAVANA. wharf were driven four down cast vev sets, each of which nt the time the I l)rniiilH! b.l. (In nn Ilia Avrnn. storm broke wxis nnehnred miles nwnv. A llut of nnil Tlilrtt-i;.-ll'crtun lnnnitu I More TLim foonty I.Uos Wave nflll Pai.i, (l lonir way f mm fie others. Klllnl anil Woiin.lnl. Idea of the force of the wind la An III Wreck f Vessels lit the Hast. shown In this Instance, for after driftHavana, Nov. 'JO. A box of dynaing across the bay one nftcr another mite exploded Monday morning near I lli liar, II lllion ami Inlrt. I'mtil 1'rnnli. brought up against thu pier, one being the lEcliia battery, killing or Injuring ftrittl In N it l.o ml., i A r Kir.uii Mltli driven entirely out of tlm water. 'The 10 persons. I. Witcii I'nni craft bio the Vlrgliiln, of which barely The explosion occurred on the Avo-nu- o fnriiipil Dent, nt ll.ru nn. n estlge Is left; the Watchman, the Infanta, between the Snnta Seraphim nml 'tin I'rcd M. Kincrson. I'larn nnd Itelna battel les. Many liosio.'i, Nov. 2'.i. It was known defi- The lai.t three nre In one great heap boxes of powder were stored In nitely Monday night that more than of timber and rigging mixed with a private house, which also conMVtnty lhes have been lost in the debris from the Virginia. Two lives tained live rooms full uf .Mauser and wrcks of tug, K'hooucrn and coal were lost fiom the latter craft. Wil- other cartridges. The careless handli..rgi during the storm of Salurihiy liam It. Stanley, the enptatn's sou, was ling of one of the boxes of poy der (not n'ufhl and hiindny morning, nud If the w lushed nshore mid resuscitated. a box of dynamite, nsat first reported), Of the other wrecks the mo-- t singusteamer I'ortlmid has also gone din, or of one of the boxes of cartridges, as now seems poslble, the list of lar Is that of the tug Tiimaqun on caused the explosion which killed or Hie has gone more or less seriously Injured T.1 percasualties will rUe to 140 with over ltnlnsford'ft Island, one hundred vessels of nil descriptions straight on against n promolory of sons. . t of asher. Two score of thriu linoHti to riM'ks and then scccms little chancenil-- . 'obody wasfkllk-- .outrigh'j.by.Hhit Ic aii uiiUnown huiiiIht IxWMZmiffiXltt: offisttf t.ttc 1h3vMs and r.xp!6tio'l!7?i'tlt,tlireSW('ic Injured tllet; .Monday Monday prulmbly bfiienth the waves of Massa- lug barge, was easily afternoon, mid the condition afternoon. chusetts hay. of most of the others Is more or less Other evidences of the storm are to critical. At least IS nre not expected a bay, harbor or In-There Is be found on every headland nnd in f in the IN nuliMott to New Lontolivc. Itwnsa miracle that the imdon that has not on Its shores the nearly every cove, for numberless mid mediate loss of life was not greii cr. lone of some staunch craft, while nameless wrecks, nil snow and sleet alonir Massaelitiscttabny uitd espielal-ly- , covered, nre piled up there. It will be THEY ARE OFF FOR CUBA. Ikiktun harbor, the beaches are piled some time befoie all the xcsseln which IiIkIi with the wreckage of M'Ikmiih'In fared III on Sunday can be accounted IIMrrntli I .Ijnlrr l.rxtrt nn tin-- Chr.trr and sml bulges. Tho record, although for and some perhips never will be so -l- iiOrtlrrluAiolilH Colllnlnsllie thoroughly hive the wind and wave houily lengthening, Is still Incomplete rl II in Adiors ri(r Sjr.inuh. for that ocean grove yard of Tape Cod done their work. Is still to be heard from. Savannah, (la., Nov. 29. The I'nltcd The annoyance and Incoiitenlciice of STORM AT VINEYARD HAVEN. Mates transport Chester, leaded with the railriMil and street car cmlmrgo 1..W0 men of the l.'itli infantri. horses, coierlngthe whole of southern New A l.ir; llrrl ill H1III117 V....U Surpl mules, ammunition mid Mipplics, left Knglaud sunk Into slgnitleanec before O ll of i:tltri.r b) Id I'lrirr Morm for Neuvltas Cuba, nt u, o'clock Mon-dthe stiuy of destruction wrought by at Mtnnl y nnil Sunilir. morning. wind and wave, yet it will 1k many n l'our miles from the,' city they met day i store the full iuiH rt of the disVlNKV.Mil) IIawi.v Mass.. Nov. S'J. the I'nltcd States trantport Manitoba aster Is known or even realized. The fierce northeast storm which coming In. The Manitoba did not The inlands of Itiwton harbor arc struck this port Saturday night and slacken speed nor move over in the without exception strewn with wrecks continued all dny Sunday with great channel and lu order to avoid n col nnd wreckage. No less than St1 vessels violence inept out of cNlstenru She is lnrge lision the Chester ran nshore. me ashore nt (iloucvster; out 'io In fleet of sailing icmcU which anchored now stuck In the channel four miles thu ttupnovetl Mife hnrlsir of Vineyard off this port to ivnpu Us fury. It Is below the city. It Is believed she can llni.-- jMrted their nnehor chains nud known tlmt nt least four men hnve be pulled off nt high tide. nre hljli and dry on the beach. Nnn-tnbav s.iw two schooner, nnd a dashed to pieces on Its conl tiargt THAT HONOR. Ih1; the locks of l'ul inject claimed n n llshermnn, Scltuate, stniiHcli well known pilot lsiat; Manchester, n down-eas- t lumberman, while one tug ' -Jimid three barges known to have been livtwecn fnpc Cisl and lloston nrc fcr fur mid pi nimbly lost. The upper barlwirs of lloston, 1'ly mouth. nil in I iTtsinoUth. I'ortlanil and other plais s w here vessels were supposed to le comparatively Nfe wert! the wenesof iiumenms collisions between the ships and the wharves. KiVry life mvlng crvw performed dcedsof heroism In rescuing crews from strnndrd uwpK and tugboat captains risked life nud property In their TIJI7 DTP CTADM X 11 U UlVjT Ol VlllTl. RIVER ACCIDENT. Steamboat Holler nt Stockton, Cnl., Explode! Six Killed nud Many Hurt. Th THE H tc 6&fC"'tsetcfrc c6ffrt cfje 1 Or ftse efco - o frc 6&C8 - ceef ' Ip.iln Arrnla to llvrrj- II. in.ml ami Conill. tlou Mill bf llir Anifr cm t'rae. Cuiiim'ialuncra. STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. WILL CAT0 HANGED. A WINNER I lr Wru llrnrl'Itrmlln; llr Ilinila, l'itin.,1 i Tln-llljnk., ltrclrfd llu Inil Fiitco of III. Stritiii, r Srm, of tin. Injiircil l'AO.nccra Ktoivion, Cal. Nov. S3. The most disastrous river nceldcnt In the history of Stockton occurred Sunday morning near Fourteen Mile slough, when a pnrt'of one of tlio boilers of the T. 0. nlki r which left San Francisco nbout 0 o'clouc Saturdny night was blown out, lulmg fie jind dangeroualy woundng n persons whllo probably SCwere more or less bndly hurt. The T C. WaUcr is o)vnc.lJ)y the lBr J , no-itc- il ai 11 k. Mi - cNx Jsm v 'Ett "25 1 en-lja- .r eil Ih iimnI In the of the Turkish hmiM'. ltare ly is n (hair Men in any of thetu. A few matti adorn the room and the livil Is ktrvtehiHl on the Jimr. Tin. mu!e buf la M. lVter's, at So UomiN is entirely niftHHSiiriiiU voeitlUt or niusieiau Is lo uhile have hU jail in hU haml. eAtH-pU. lie U .ctimlly rfot inlnK The shah lias Ih his palace at Telirr-m- i n whleh the Ii1k. upt-parts of the woihtmv out In of vnrknif Mulor KtilMl with Imlln with dlKmonfoi, th si. em Vr.r.v t e'lixHHiiii t h fie world. littt furniture ihvii life. The ktvauii r 1'nlrfu.x, Capt. .loluiMin, of tlw Mciclmnts' and Miners' Co., fiom Haiti nore to this city. Is a shore on the Now nud l'lgs. olf Cuttluhtiii-hunt.nd Is full of wnter to her main deck. .h wns spoken Mindny by t'apt. IIh'U-i- , of the steamer II. M. ! k, iSSec3y SssW .?N:.iy-iyt- a 0 7 . CC-- ivC7 7 IaVX f t$ s I st c. of mora remily for hleeplessn.' hy the llihabltiiuti of tli" Islands. They isuiflii. n sn.tlte lu a liuUolv I'iiii1mii, and tin- hissiny wiiind eJiiltl! hy the reptile U s.ii.1 to quUkly lnduee umher. A MMisii oflVeer In llnvnnn lini made a proposition to tnlso a hattnSkiu of i,00 SpinUh so ilieiu, vho. tinw'IlN inif to rrtiirn to Sp.iln, wish to swear iilllcUine to the L'ulted Mates nud A rald, mid mi on. It Usui - eoiitlnim withes day of workjtitf men and iirtlsaiis In t'hlle wer Ms follows- JnWuvrN :.l (n August of 1 pr tirve In CuUt. the Bvernif" thin year cent'; iy Whitney, and her jKissuiiers taken olT nnd luuught to this city, dpi .lolin-mm- i and the enw of the steamer remain on boiil and asklstnnre will bo sent to them from Vliieynrdhaieli lis Mum rs possible. lle.iid Iker Island lie the big Wll-wliivr Ohio, nnd thu hteainir Ci A. While, of Taunton, ashore on Spcctnclo Island. It la a matter of surprise to bnrlor pilots how the Ohio leached stands She her prennt. lerth. Minblaiiee ii up lolilly without of a list, on ii hard giavel bottom, in wnter which nt lined tide Monday uiortilng hnidly cnine to the livel of the pinpUr shaft. .he Is (Irmly tigii uml nnd her predicament Is n very serious one. Accorditijj to wime of the wrecking mnst.rs, lio only way to save the liner U by dredging n chmiucl fiom the Ohio to deep, water, but that must be dene quickly, as another gale would do inc.ilonl.ibtc dauiHge. nnd 'If 'twere wfll 'twete dor.;, 'twere well 'twere done quicsly," More Shakespeare. perished, nnd It Is probable tl.nt as mtny more havelojt their lhes. Twenty-on- e schooners nearly all heavily laden, nnd one barkcntlne are iisliore, four schooners now lying nt nnehor nre totnlly dismasted, two others were sunk and one bark Is resting on the bottom entirely submerged. Man) other vessels were battered nnd p.irtially stripped of their ilgglng. In III Mnltrrrit Out. Nov. VX The war department, in view of the assurances that n pence treaty will be signed, la W'iiioton. Trin. arranging to muster out more troops. It is probable that from SO, 000 to 10,000 THE VESSEL A TOTAL WRECK. 1111 JltH.-tVar- volunteers will be mustered out as soon ns selections of regiments can bo made. There has been quite A demand for the let urn of volunteers from but no troops will be brought fiom the Philippines unless they arc icplaeed by others. Ma-ull- n, innwuis, 47 tents; carpentons VHeenUtt KUhflltorf, ti.lcoiUs; pllntens TOreiltn. l.l lum lire the chief fn iylit carriers In Ceiilrstl I'eru. The usual load for nu iinliual IsuhoiitoiU' liundred iouiitU. If you iit tioii his hack more than ho ran easily carry he quiet . kneels and will not bullae until the load Is reduced. A l'liuvii doctor has Invented an rlectilo liulmit. Inside of which Is n si.iall motor thut vihrates stilps of ideel, the motor milking t'li'j titrni per lulnutc. Thia YvliUtiuir Is mpposod to chic nervous henilache mid put thesnf-fen- r 1 to sleep. TilKilrath of Capt. V T. I.ano, the irreatjjjt klilplmlliler of tlio l'aelilc sinst recalls the fact that he ltii;mi II fo as a lommoii sailor, lie was a native of Norway mid taujht himself to rend and write during the few spare houri of a sailor' m routine. Tiikiii: was lately Knt'l'tated frcm llrafton hall, mi nplscopalinu girls' t.chool In I'diiiI dit I.iii. Wis., Miss I.ols Minnie Conicllus mi Ouelda Indian, who Is i direct lU'secndmit of n lon line of chlcN, her (fraiiil father having been the celebrated SUcimndore. Tiik Spanish Kiivcinuiciit Is conduct-liij- ; nn exhaustive Investigation Into the naval battles of Manila mid Kant Adin. (VsrveiM Is coinluetliitf his uiMi defense. ,1. II. SoiiilAl.l. has been convicted lit St. l'aul of dcfiiiudinjf the (jnvern-incu- t of mi amount chlluiatcil to bo SrTOO.COO by means of bous time cheeks of Kiiverntiiciit eniploi'es. Sam, the national drink of Japan, has been used in that country fur U.000 years. It Is made from rice. The jjraln Is Urst steamed mid then mixed with ii species of ferincut, mingled with water and then subjected to fermentation. Tiimii: Ih a general qulctiiif; down Ii. nlTalisIn l'orto ltlco, About 7,500 men will constitute the military force on tlm Island when nil tlio contemplated changes have been made. A 'A Ills surgeon has handed in a thesis for the doctor's degree on "Tins In l'hyslology ii f the Mallet Dancer." It ho adopts Seliopenhtiuer'H view that all women have crooked legs. Till! most eotly piece of lallway lino In tlio world Is thut hetweon the Muiiatnit Homo nud Alilgnte rlutlons In liundoii. which fqilro4 th o iifmiUiiro of t'ltujii iiitt WMfty 1 The White evidently lies on lochs while ftjie ciili'd be pulled Into deep water, her lienvy cargo would scnreely keep her ntlont. I.ci.vlng .siKH'tnclo Island nstern, n sorry sight Is that presented by the il selusmer fnlvln 1'. linker, on Sling Ho 'ks, inidwny between Hov tou Light and the Hrewsters, where the deep sea surges roll in nnd half ard, and had taken the outer station bury the craft which Is fast going to early last week with several pilots on piece. The maluivast. has Wen whip- board. I'etermn wns returning to this ped out and hangs dangling over the port with the Columbia after putting side, supported hy the top hamper of Capt. Ablxitt nbonrd the Ohio, whleh the other masts. dragged ashore on Spectacle Ibland. from this wreck the two mates were and his crew w London, Ol taken off by t'apt. .lames WrreUnl YirU at from across the bay at Hull. NhW Lovnos, CU, Nov. SO. Among In the fury of the storm Sunday two the wrecked vessels hereabout are big newly built barges of the Consoli- the d schooner I'crgnson, of dated t'onl Co., Nun. I and t were Itclfast, Me., the d schooner dashed to bits almost lu an instant. Magglu Ullen, of Cape Kllznhcth; the On thu shores ulood scores of men Nathan V. Dickson, Capt. ltodmaii, of lead to risk their lives to save those this city, which Is sunk olf Tort Tritiii-bill- , who were on many of the vessels In nud schooner llattle Douthe oiling driving to destiuetiou. glas, Capt. Oxley. The schooner Kit-ticrew, Capt. .lames, of the which belonged at (ireenport, N. was there with his men and boat, but V., Is reported to have sunk at k he said that the wind blew so fiercely nnd ll Is believed that the crew that not men enough could Hud room perished. In the boat to row against the wind. fit IJc st Kuiliurj, Mm. I. Out of the driven snow caiuo the dim MnsN., Nov. '.".. The Df.Miliiv, outlines of a barge, with the forma of on thu deck schooners, .Merits II. Perry, of lloston,., Ihe men dlscci uablo n mighty With house. clash and tin Cdy.tr H, Foster, of were wrecked olT llrnnt ltock as It came down on a receding The crew of the wave barge No, struck thu shore only during tlio storm. to crumble, mid then melt into frag- Poster were taken olf by the life ments which the waves lit another savers, but Capt. Vllco and four memminute cast upon tlio shore. Hut In bers of the crew of the Terry perishthat instant five men escaped the Im ed. Tin other nine members of the pending death, for as the barge split ciew were landed In safety. in twain the deck houso slid olf toward Scliunii.r .lanlnli. Wrrckvit. the shore Into tlio mirf, nn I nt the stimu C011AS8KT, .Mass., Nov. '.19- .- The time men on shoie with lines about schooner Juniata, of lloston, Capt. them rushed Into thu water and Corye, was wrecked on lleach island pulled out the sailors. A moment later Sunday during the storm, dipt. Coryo liargu No. I c.iinu ashore, and was mill crow of IH Wiire rescued. 'I lie giouiid up by tiiewaven nut notiiing 'ilmiU(u hm, t.nrK of u.ooo pounds . ,,..). ,1.1. was seen of Itsciew. Soon after this -- ... other wreckage caiuo ashore nun .MonUrmriipil. Mi day mnrnlng It was seen that both tho SOnuATi:, Muss., Nov. 2!. Mrs. WilAbel C, llalx'ock uml tho Samuel W, TllJen Iiml been wrecked, No sign of bur, of Knyiilianii "its ill owned while trying to cscai e from her summer cot- tho new of either vessel was found. Her body wiw washed nliore wene whs tlmt fit tngc, Anuiltcr terrible 'du'.l i lu tho Mrcet. IMunrti where tlio city's rc4 nn-- l I 'flioinp-jon- ' tliree-innstelloat-keeper 11 two-mastethree-maste- D.mnn.tralloii In I'liKir of C.il. l'.riiinrt. I 'A ins No. 'i'X All Immense mass meeting was held Monday evening In Sl'ITfAlK. Mass.. Nov. SA -- The big favor of Col. 1'lcquart. Thousands of pilot boat Columbia, of lloston, Is piled people, shouting "Conspuez Kochcfort" up on top of a wrecked cottage, broad- nnd "OoiiNpuc Drumcnt," inarched to rt prison, where side on, dismasted nnd a total wreck the Chcrchc-Mld- l is confined, nud cheered and on the beach here. It is feared thnt nil on loard were lost. One body, that dcmnmtritted there on his behalf. Tlio rallied, and thero of a 1111111 apparently 30 years old, was found In the hold, but diligent search were several cnnlllctfi between the two fniled to show any others. It Is bands. thought the craft benebed nbout noon, I.n.rt In Mili!ni; mi llir l.tkr.. though none of the beach resldcntssaw Cmi'AOo, Nov. Stl. A enieful her strike. She w as in charge of of losses to shipping nnd vessel Henry 1'etcrson, with crew of owners mi the great lakes for the recthree men before the mast nnd a stew- ord breaking year of ls'.s places the Pie-quuestl-mntc 1 up of it Itrrckril Ill I'.lnl lloul 1'ilnl nl (llnsr nt frltmlr, All on Itixril Arc I., it. This probable tlguivs nt SJ,IiOO,000 may be Increased before the close of navigation, but even without more storms or foundered essoin it will hold first place for losses lu the history of bike navigation. I'nltrrtltr Jl clilsau' Vilujlilr frrarnt. Axv Aiitmii, Mich., Nov. 2!. Mr. Frederick Stearns a Detroit millionf le e, life-savin- g aire, has presented to the University of Michigan his unique collection of musical Instruments numbering nearly 1,000 pieces Mr. Stearns has been collecting for 15 years and has spent upon his treasures something over SJ.V Tho present value of the collec000. tion, however, Is many times that sum. X 'between San T"ruieTco ITfTcrof 820,COO,000 was nota fair slim. Nevertheless, the rcply'contirjuert, ami Stockton Spain desired to avoid any further Tlm mnjorltv of the passengers were cliuslon of blood nnd further disorder In bed when the explosion occurred and hnd concluded to accept the Amcr-Icn- n by the report an! were awakened offer unconditionally and thus wLlch was as loud ns n cannon's roar. bow to the superior power of the victor. People rushed from their rooms In The secretaries were then empowertheir night clothes and found the ed to prepare the treaty articles emwhole forward portion ot the steamer's bodying the cession of Cuba, Porto upper works blown away. The elecHlco and the Philippines nnd the paytric lights had been put out and the esment by the Fnlted Stntcs of 820,000,- caping steam enveloped the front por- 000 for submission to the meeting which tion of the boat till it was impossible will beheld Wednesday. to sec how much of the boat had been The Spanish commissioners carried nway. that, being nuthorlzed by 'J he f creams of the men who were their government to reply thnt the locked In their rooms near the pilot American propositions nre inndmissa-bl- e house were heartrending. Capt. .John on leiral principles nnd nre not a Tulan had been blown from his proper compromise on legal principles, bed against the door of the state room on the Spanish part all diplomatic re nnd mi seriously injured that he could sources are exhausted, and the Spanish not moie. Tlio door could not be commission Is now asked to accept or forced open ns ho was jammed up Spain, In reject the propositions against It. Otie of the employes of the spired by reasons of patriotism nnd boat secured ?n ax nnd cut the upper humanity and to avoid the horrors of part of the room away and filially war, resigns herself to the power of him, but not until he was virtually ronsted alive. When pulled out the victor. She accepts tho noffered conclude trcat3 the flesh diopped from his bones in conditions in order to of peace. large pieces and nlthoitgh ho was sufThe American's demands Included fering excruciatingly, he bore It braveof the ly and not n groan escaped him as he the acquisition of the whole Philippine and Sulu groups for ?20,000,- ivaa taken out of the steam. Watson Henry, tlio chief engineer, 000, and It Is nlso understood the Caro nnd his wife were in their room near United States will purchase the line group. the pilot house when the explosion ocWashington, Nov. 29. It Is not un curred. Ir. Henry was blown through so far the roof. The Mooring wns blown up- derstood hero from the news have bhe was hurled with great received that the commissioners ward and yet reached the point of signing a violence a distnnce of 20 feet toward In the bow- - of thu boat. She was horribly treaty. Much remains to be done crushed by tlio fury of tho explosion execution of the last Instructions of pence nlso and badly scalded with tho state department before the escaping steam. Her injuries proved treaty Itself can be completed nnd work fatal nt 12:10 Sunday afternoon. made ready for signature. The She retained consciousness until n few may be hurried materially, however. momenta, before her death. Her suf- - should the state department decide to of the treatment tho f c"tntr xvaa so Intcnsw that she 1citnci permit remaining questions to be settled ,iltfndoo Inbcr li' hut all that could be done wns IiT separate conrentfons. The commis to de'Vn the pain by the use of nar- structions to the American arrango sioners sent last week were to cotics trado Henry wns terribly scalded. Ho fot a rcnewnl of tho renounced Mr treaties with Spain; for the acquisition wns hrown some distance nway but obtaining concessions for He died of L'alnn, for not n far as wns his wife. in other quarters. shortly after being brought to this cable connections and for the procurement of religious city. These In the Carolines. 3d- - Hlunt was Instantly killed. Ho toleration are not likcli to be easily was standing on the lower deck ns ho things disposed of, so it may be that Intmdcd making a landing a short American commissioners will illstamv n'oovc the place where the the have compiled they feel that c.pli'."i occurred. spirit of their instruc I'.ily, the fireman, was in tho with the Jerri if they succeed in Including In flro hold of the boat when the cccidcnt tions the peace treaty a provision binding occutred. The craping steam government to negotiate enveloped him, scarcely n por- the Spanish subjects on lines body escaping the scorch-lu- g hereafter on those tion of his that may be very broadly defined In i.irur. He died at tho receiving the treaty of peace. In that case two hpsp. ul nt 12M5 Sunday afternoon. ee sessions of the pence commis rncnth the lower deck, where or tin L'luli sion should sutllcc to complete the work the iliek hands slept, groans nnd of that body; otherwise It is doubtful screens wore terrible, for the unforcan be completed beimprisoned men were receiving whether the work tunate It enuie fore Christinas. the full force of the steam ns from the boiler. F.ight of them were Those who were ARE INDICTED FOR MURDER. almo-- 1 roasted nllve. wny to the deck ns able made their The M illirr ami Father Who Threw Their best iliev could while the more seriChild In u Koxrlne rurnac. nt ously injured were unable to get llHltillr, W. Vi. out. Vms nnd faces of those near the w ere frightfully scalded. tnnln ntrance II ami. in, W. Vn., Nov. 20. James Doiimici, who wns on the lower deck, llolsteln, the alleged murderer of the wns Mown Into the water nnd had to Infant child of Miss Martha Elklns swim ashore after his bnck was horri- who she claimed is the author of her bly Si tilled. ruin, wns indieted for murder, together Vvrihiiand Law, of Seattle, died nt 0 with the mother of the dead child. o'clock Sundny evening at the receivThe crime which he committed isono making the sixth death. of the most shocking in the criminal ing minals of this state. He is charged I tliron (ima. Misftrr with having seized the Infant from tho Xr.H York, Nov 2ik While pnsslng mother's breast while she was lying out of the Fifth menue hotel Friday helpless In bed, nnd, walking toward nlirbi Hen. Shafter and lien. Calixto the huge tiro place, threw it upon the Ourcln met for the first time since the burning logs, iiishcd from the room to cnpltulat'i n of Santiago. The gener- avoid hearing the infnnfs ngonizing als saluted simultaneously, then shook erics leaving the mother to witness hands mid conversed pleasantly for the cremation of her child, inciteset oral minutes Knch seemed pleased ment is rifo mid the couple may bo at tho uieeMng. lynched. IDitiirn Mll Sill fur sniln Hi eeintisr 3 Win (' llrnlmn limit. Mitlnnilr MAYAN,, Nov. 2rt- .wero C. Ki:oKt'Ht la., Nov. r day delivered to tho aldes-d- e camp Graham died here Monday, aged 00 uf lien. Hlauco's statT, who will sail years. He w as said to be a millionaire for Spain nn the steamer Juan Forgaa nnd had extensive business interests in On the same steamer it Washington, 1VC, and other eastern leeember S. i announced, will embark Marshal cities lie made most of his money In lll.inco, lien So'.auo and his btalT. Southern Indiana towns. l,'o.;""nrfrt rnn il coin-pletc'- v M-e- t. l'.iN-por- ts 1 1 The Joint peace commissions met promptly at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. When the members of the two commissions were seated; Senor Montcro Jtlos the president of the Spanish commission, handed the Spanish reply to Mr. I'crgnson, the Spnnlsh Interpreter attached to the United States peace commission. The nnswer of the Span iards was so short that less than ten minutes were consumed In rendering It Into Hngllsh for the Americans Spain's reply was as already cnblcd, and ndded thnt throughout tho cont, troversy Spain hnd tho strongest and that, ns between positions o dl&invlrlcnlly opposed, tho American nrgu-incu- Paiiih, Nov. 89. J? KILLED. ItenlncUr Murderer Who SI. a glmntjr- - Chf.tlnr Aliased 07 a 1'okrr IN lluat llnlil.nt With an Ax Tufa J'rocornl tholgnii nnd Mut. L'. tli. IVnaltr far Ilia t'r.ni.. uf It, Ulllnrn Man. Kiiiiyvil.l.K, Ky., Nov. 20. Will Cato Louisville, Ky., Not. 2.1. George was hanged hero shortly after noon Miller, aged 30 years a. driver for n. Friday for the murder of nn old shanty-lo- tannery, was shot and instantly killed resident named Askew, on Septem- by John lscnbcrger, nlso n teamster, ber to, lfc'JT. Askew, who was nn old Thursday night shortly nftcr 10 o'clock. man, hnd employed Cato and John llol-le- y The shooting occurred at Piazza's sato do some woik for him on the loon, Jacob and llrccklnridgc streets klin,, t J v.lwuit nnrl Ih.v .othiIviviI nnlnn I ana was tlio result 01 a quar" "l In bill ttlm ntift ml, him. Tlii, nil man I rel over a card game. Tho men I hail a small slock of goods which has . and teicral others bet .n playing rfcaavcfc dcaltlnivlth fnrmers.'RniVTn.n&Utdky Vooker ''horlW-ttMM I f iT.;.,:.Y..2,.:.'rAjriiiBy- . J..-.-.. -i ...t...ti Two men entered the room while cuscrf Miller orchUnfr.'?hi the hat--ri Askew was sleeping, brained him with . tcr denied, nnd lscnbcrger declarer! ax, and threw the body ! that he "would stand it no longer"and a double-bitte- d Into the river. The two murderers then left the saloon. He returned a short took possession of all the old man's '' while later with n double-barrele- d property, Including the boat. This ' shotgun nnd demanded the money he caused tusplclon, and they were arrest- - lot. Miller, who was the biggest winWhen ( ncr, laughed nt him. This nngered Iscn ed and the lioat searched. brought to Jail the men confessed, and berger and he struck Miller. Tho taken to Princeton for fear that ter picked up a poker and began bcat-- a mob would hang them. They got only . Ing his ndversary over the head with S7S. Hollcy was given a life sentence, it. lscnbcrger finally pushed htm oft nnd Friday Cato paid for his share lu and raising his gun fired both barrels at the man, who fell dead. His breast the crime. was horribly torn. Isenbergcr was arSTALLIONS FIGHT. rested. The Tliomiijlilirril SadUl llura. Itrd !qalr- HABITUAL CRIMINAL LAW. at 1 Ilrr I i M .j an.. . . . .' ;i)rvr .. lat-we- re ( llrllllaut, rl Kllla W. V. Ualr, llotlt Utf nril by Jr. W. F. Ows- Coi.l'miiia. Ky., Nov. 2S. ley, jr., of lturkcsrllle, who was the owner of the two thoroughbred saddle stallions Itcd Squirrel and Itrilllant, hns met with a serious loss Itcd Squirrel killing Hrllllant. The door of the stable in which Bed Squirrel was kept wns by accldciit, left unfastened, nnd during the night he got out, went to llrilllant's door, nnd with his teeth unfastened it. A desperate fight ensued, resulting in tho death of Hrllllant, lied Squirrel chok ing him to denth. Mr. Owsley is well known over the state as n dealer In fnncy horses. He paid 52,500 for Bed Squirrel In Fnyctte county, nnd 81,200 for Hrllllant. THE GREAT TOP GALLANT. Th. Celebrated to Nona Oilier Ttun nnder, ot Cbstlnoo23. lta Conatltntlonalllr Attached br a Salt. riled In Frank fort br W. C llouU, of Lexington. FliANKFOtiT, Ky., Nov. 20. W. of Lexington, tiled a suit In the court of appeals attacking tho constitutionality of the "habitual criminal'' law. The proceedings nrc brought In favor of Thomas Henderson, a Fayette county convict; now serving a life sentence on the ground of three convictions Hobbs attacks the law on the ground that it violates provision that the constitutional neither life or liberty shall be twice put In Jeopardy for the same offense. The question has never been passed on by the Kentucky courts Hobbs, 11 clt l'lllil of Knohlne. ToMPKlNSVll.i k, Ky., Nov. 23. a An ex- Ilor. Wat Knock. d Down XV, L Alei- - Ky., Nor. 29. It Monday night that W. J. Alexander, Chicago, to whom great Imp. Top Gallant wo knocked down for Is none other than IV. I, 520,000, Alexander, well known citizen of Chattanooe-n- , and that he bid the horse In for Maj. J. Ii. Ew Ing, NashKrnlne'ie II. turns All Ik ville, Tenn., former owner. Kinson Fkankkout, Ky., Nov. 29. The state Stone, Georgetowj, Ky., was bidding commissioners have on horse for a syndicate willing to pay boanl of election received the vote of Ohio county, thus 10,000. making the returns for the November K'npera Married. Secretary Fiuley election complete. Ky., Nov. 23. Miss Ivy Loi'isvn.z.E, trfuscs to give out the aggregate demM. Moran and John L. Shannon, of ocratic plurality In the state, but It apMoreland, Ky., doped to JeiTersonville proximates 21,000. The returns have Mr. Thursday and were married. been arranged alphabetically, and Shannon went to Miss Mornn's home blank certificates have been provided Thursday morning ostensibly to eat for the use of the commissioners at thu Thanksgiving dinner. He hud not meeting Wednesday. been thero long, however, lefore he Menlncltla At llrnton. nnd tho young lady had agreed to innas-incHknton, Ky., Nov. elope. They left her home In hishuggy, is being felt here for fear tha. saying they were going to take a short spinal meningitis may become epidrive. demic, as It did In 1691. That year tho IvMitucklana I'jjIme Their TJX'a. e Ky., Nov. 29. State people became so alarmed over tho FitvNKFoivr, that the town was almost depopAuditor Stone hns received so far this month, more thnn 8800,000 from ulated. Many deaths resulted In tli j sheriffs collection of taxes The 0 town and surrounding country. Two per cent pcnnlty goes on all unpaid deaths have resulted this week from taxes December 1, and It Is anticipated It, but no new cases aro reported. that this will swell the aggregate for 'I her Ktoped tn Islington. the month to more than a million, and 25. After tellHiciiMONii, Ky., No will make this the banner year for tax Mayor Claude Smith, of collections during the present state ad- ing her uncle. sho was golny to Cincinthis city, that ministration. nati to visit friends, Miss Ilnllio Tudor, daughter of S. L. Tudor, proprietor of I'ousht Willi KnlTfv KwiNu, Ky., Nov. 29. Geo. Graves the Shepherd hotel, Irvine, joined her lover, Mr. Sam i augh, brother of and Charles Grason. brothers-in-laClerk Vernon L. Vaugh, at the living nenr here, engnged In a fight here .Monday morning. Grnves lies at depot hero and the two eloped nud the point of death, cut In half a dozen were married iu Lexington, lloth are Grason's prominent young society people of Irplaces by Gravm's knife. ', wife Interfered and received a bad cut. vine, Estill county. LkUNOTON, r..' ss ills-cas- ceedingly rich field of kaoblne Is reported over In the edge of Allen coun ty, near the Monroe county line. John Shelby, a prospector In the employment of a Howling Green and Chicago company, made the valuable discovery. Mr. Taylor, one ot the leading members of the firm, left here with rnlnlnjr toolx ami a force of men to "make further developments. Jlr. Taylor ia very enthusiastic over the discovery. m ty A Convention of Tubirco draw era. Lksinoton, Ky., Nov. 3. A convention of tobacco growers from oil over Kentucky will bo held In this city Jton-daNumerous circulars have been out and many delegates will be present. The object of the meeting is to fight the big plug tobacco trust. y. Morris, a carpenter, was fatally injur ed Sunday afternoon by tailing trom the triumphal arch xvhlch Is being Louisville, Carpenter'. Fatal FMl. Nov. 2s Ky., John erected across Jefferson street below Fifth In honor of the return of tho Lexington, Nur.r. a Ky., Nov. 28.-- On Lkxinciton, special train of three sleepers nnd one baggngu car U female nurses from the John HlalrGlhbs hospital, Camp Hamilton, left Lexington over tho Chesapeake and Ohio road for the southern !.'. camps (iuiil 1'r'ca for a Ytarllnj. G. and Dasvii.I.i:, Ky., Nov. 29.-- H. Monte Fox sold to J. C. Aublnger, New Haven, Ct n yearling pacing Ally by Nuthurst, dam Annie It, by Abdallnlt Membrlno, for 51,000. The Ally has paced quarters in :32)f. legion. Got ernur Appoint, a Lieutenant. Ky., Nov. 29. Gov. FiiANKFOitr. Bradley, on recommendation of Col. ' Colson," has appointed William A. liny- -' craft, of this city, second llcutenaiit of n.iniinni' I.. 4th Kentucky, now nt An- -i "i j v. nUton, Ala. He succeeds Lieut. Nolan, resigned. . r Stroud I) atrlct Nov. 28. Collector OiiKNSlioiio, Ky., imra-Keepe(Iju-.-.ri- Say-broo- llucks-port,lo- 1 ... 1111411 ; uto.loii Story. X 111. n.vl. I.u.t In n IIUxiuil. W. Van Coiivrit. II. ('., Nov. , Mass., Nov. 2t. Nino i Nn", of Tninina, is hero with an vessels were lost lu the bllzr.ard lit this resting Klondike mastodon story, port, but nothing could be learned lie snys of n big pile of bones found Monday ns to the loss of life. It Is be- on Sulphur creek one was a tooth lieved that tho crews of nearly all tho nnd five four nud one-hacraft escaped. In several Instances no inches long, nnd nearly tvo Inches 0110 was on board. Nearly all of tho thick nt thu base. Ano'her wns vessels lost were fishermen. l'leleg of nn mtiinul fiom tho knee tothoanklo It was five feet and a lln) llnrrltilr Mnnzltnl. From the ground to O.AliA8Vll.i.r, Tenu., Nov. '."J. -- Arthur half in length. wan aged U, of Jones Creek, this animal's body tho distance Leathers, probably (.yen ten feet. Dickson county, was horribly mangled by n tree falling upon him. lie had M)iiriif ILivitiis ltr.'i;ni helped fell tho treo ami wanted the Havana, Nov. 2?. Marshnl Itlnnco, wood as fuel for his widowed mother. the retiring captain general of Cuba, delivered his command to Hen. Cnstel-lanorut mi (11 Mini The Tacoua, Wash., Nov. 2'.). Chicago civil his sueo'.'ssor, Putin daygovcrnevs of the provinces of bigmid New Vork men have found the gest platinum mine In America In Snnta' Clara nnd Mntnnrns and the signed. Okaiiagon county, this state. Kvporti mayor of Havana have u Iiml At tiira striU.. say It Is worth 1,000,000. UvANsvit.u-- , Intl.. Nov. S. The Mrs. (jcrttude IVan'Miii I'lilliorn, :oal miners nt Now burgh, it fovinil? the mother of Mrs, Ueitiude Athertou, above KvansvUlc, tiro on n -- trllto fur the Mithoret-- Is (lend In San rmneiK'o, Incensed waifcn. They are tfBttlu' 'v .Mrs. Uhlliorn hm been on Itivallil for (Ciiia per Ion, rrpl win. to can J, A Klnliillkr .XI .J. 111. "liirquoUe KIhb" .Xlnritrreil. Hi. Paso, Tex., Nov. 20. A. J. In-t- lf belter known ns the "Turquoise King of the Jiirlllns," was murdered at his celebrated tuiquolso mine, V) miles north of HI P.iso lu New Mexico nt an early hour Monday morning by n Mexican with whom ho had quarreled ubout ii trivial matter. I n lliuiip m Cii-n- f Caup Poi.AXD. Knoxville, Tenn,, Nov. 8.- - The 4th Tennessee regiment left for Savannah at It o.eiiw'k Monday night en route to Clcnfucgos, Cuba. The I'utMBUt Hi" Auiilhrr Trial. San l'lUNtlsio. Nov. 20. The torpedo boat Fariagut, which failed to attain the icquired speed of U0 knots mi hour on her olliclal trial, owing to the prevalence of a gale, will have another trial some day this week and It low-lyin- ten Yvr g eiaft Is expected that tho will exceed her contract speed. Drowned. M', Pkikilsiiuiio, Nov. 29. -- A ferryd boat full of workmen hnn been nt Kill tho Vo while liiT uitsHi'liiTf fielliHitlronlllnK "'' cup-ele- cnlnir ri Franks has appointed the following s from eligible list: K. 11. Bodlne, Logan county; P. O. r elix, I .. ... , I..... nugucs, rimiiiiiu, urnysou; ". ' u. ,r i Charles Edwards Webster; Ilion Jolly, Breckinridge; John W. Posted, ChrisKill I itn the K.re. tian. Tosh Ky., Nov. 29. LriiANt.N, II ic." Meetliu II rfarrd (Iff. Thomas n fnrmer living near here, fell LlximitoN, Ky., Nov. 29. Owing to His while putting wood on the fire. sister ran to assist him, but was too contluucd rain and cold weather the late to rescue him. He died from his last three days of the race meeting have been declared off. burns a few hours Inter. Onle Oil Toll It .ad t. Ititule I a Mioualilna Still. 13 Deputy Lancamkii. Ky.. Nov. 2S.-- The Coi.vnuiA, Ky., Nov. 28. United States Marshal John A. Hurton miles of Blchmond and Lincastertnrnand posse made, a raid in Adair. They nlke. lvinif In Garrard county, wns pur captured and destroyed u still nbout chased by tho fiscal cotiro for 15 per The gates two miles from Milltown. It was In share, aggregating 8S.VW. operation, but the distillers niado their wero thrown open .Saturday night. escape. There were besides the still Thlsleavcs only one tod road In the nbout 100 gallons of hlngllngs which county. wero debt roved. it.nituiii' I.ir; liicii, I'Ains, Ky Nov. 29. -- The term u the ii- -. ,.i p. Iliirni.l, Boiinbon, circuit vourt w Montjny. C.uiusi.e. Ky ,,i,piill,V Iwnv pnt'i tmrnvt Monly p.njliif, Thi' .hi'M Is storekceper-gnugern-- !.. - - NoV.W.-Jl.i'-Ad.i- Ur'a lW 9J,Hvl fill))' lllMlVflM Ulltl llltj'lvs jtjuUlU sc frtbV. o , J gt'iim.vK'' a. " J . eth . ...- V. -- ' - .. N- '1 -- w v ' -- ?,. ", 5 .. """ vv.,tsr!4v., JW.T.W n; -- Wk; ..- - V - ." vu" i .v THE HICKMAN COURIER, THE CUBAN HERO. OAHT.4IUI.Y ni'ltUER. AT (Icorgo Warren. HICKMAN, KV., FRIDAY : : Kicking against table. the Inevi' FOLLOWED IIY A LYNCIIIRG UKSSlt:, TKNN., .NEAR THE .flSSOUItl LINK. All Yob Hare To Do lu order to avail yourself of the IBOO ofSonstor Hanna says that for It now begins to look bb if the fer in this mwr is to cut nut ittho blank. together send till It lu the first time In the history of tbe Republican party was going to w till onepmntrlytoand paiier lu wiilcu dolLu- tho country our exports of nnnufuo have troubles of Its own. Tho this announcement appeais. It 1'roTc To Mack. THK (JUKST10X OV lMl'EUULISSf. Until 1900 a Bellarl UNSURPASSED, 1 Hr j i ridfe,- . .m. 'kl ?$ m m h W.a.WlKTKii.dmgKWt.Ollnfoa, Ky., Then why do we ueed 50 ner New Madrid. Mo., Nov. 29. soys lie lias sold Plantation Chill Core Gen. Lacret Is now the real hero News bad lost reached here from cent, tariff I If we can amlernell for many years, and among tho many The Spaniards Sign. of the Cnbnns, and tins been ac across the river in Kentucky and foreigners In their own markets, chill Ionics be ttuds tho Plantation tho npntunt fennesseo of a dastardly murder what "protection" do our must reliable he sells, ns It acts different rordrd the leadership as need at bomet from the nntnlne tonics, which only And so the Spanish Pence Com the permanent occupation of Cuba and the lynching of one of the culstons chills for u short tlmo. It removes prits. misslonors, by authority of their bv the Americans. He has taken and the enro Is permanent. the cup.-Woman's Totes May Decide. On Friday Alexander Loin, a Government, hnvo agreed to sign up headquarters In Havana, and Is farmer living items the river at Tbe Portlaud Oregonlan ex the. Pesoo trenty, ceding Porto neenrded nvHtlous equal ton great .Madrid Itend, which is partly In Ivy., and Lake tracts from tbe defeat of a woman Gens. Gomez Fulton County Hico mid the Philippine InlnoilN, hero and patriot and relinquishing nil gImIuis of and Garcia, officers ofmoro prom County, Teuu., hired two negroes suffrage amendment In vYnoliiiig-totbe conclusion that "political over Culm. The onlr con tnenoo ami fame, yielded n formal names unknown, to row him the river. They murdered suffrage for womeu ia a clowly dltlon to the cession of the Phil aVceptance to American noenpa acniM the farmer, robbed him of 12 and From NOW onlll l"l. lOOO. toi ml ror O.IE ippines Is that the United Stated tlon as necessary for n lime, bnt then threw tbo body into tbe wa- diina cause." Bat South Dakota voted lu faTlOl. T.Alt Hit C1I1KAT AMKIIIOAN. dlierpnce to ter. n the lump sum of affirm a determined is to tiav Siii vor of enfranchising the 8cuil 00 -- oor doll.r anil toko itdvouLgo or lull offer. Friday night about dark the ne- same election. Thatwomen at live There the ultimate Independence of the twenty million dolhirs. make should never have been nnj doubt Cuba Republic. But, it is Gen. groes approached a store at Bessie Slates In which women are enti XT! Tenn. about five miles from tho tled to vote, forming a solid block the Lacret, who is now the popular scene of tbe murder, and wanted as to Spain finally For the regular yearly price of a weekly, yon gel a T 1CK A Peace treaty, fur it was well hero. In au authorized interview to bay some clothing, The clerk or territory oxtendlng from the Missouri river to tbe Nevada line. WEKK paper ror the entire balance of the years 1808 and 1809 or known of all the world that Spain Gen. Lacret snys: noticed that the clothing they In the next Presidential election until the year 19O0. was too weak, too poor in every "If the United States should wore was stained with blood. He women will help to dispose of Fill out the blank below and ssnd it to the publication In which fail to enrry out its solemn prom became suspicious and attempted seventeen electoral votes a nnm wage war respect, to longer this offer appears: to arrest the negroes. They tied, ber that very possibly may decide against the United States, and ise to free Cuba and hand oer nut one ofthetn was captnred to a free and Independthe the result. had to accept whatever was offer ent island eveulns near Bessie and Government, the Cubans will or jour 1900 OlTVr Yon .III m with to tk JnU-TuMltbirc ed. As we nuderstaud it, this have no other rocource than to taken to the scene of the murder Hot Worth the C'aaille. neloi-on JilUr, far bUh irnil nit Th Hf ml.Wnliljf Ainirlein, Kdbflllt, where he soon confessed to being P ris Peace Treaty lias to be rati declare the United States an ene Ttu., frcm tht st tt ppr unill lb Ui of Jnirj, 1W0. In tbe We are getting deep into tbe fled by the 8enate of the Unltedl"- of this Kepunito aim lake ud implicated negro killing, but said did tbe murder expansion business, oc .' . . " mora In order to obtain i lh other. .. jr BtKXes m bs lh Spanish Cotlest'"'1 mntw ,Jth-l- r in nugro freedom. ."n" " t vtittntm. hnWrlUf. ' Into the water and search tire of It when Ii is too late 'to bofttre it beoomea pnrmmnnt Oltl. theae words onrefntly ' K Thin, of course, will ana with run knowledge of their tor me oociy or Loin, but he was tarn loose. One hundred thous blottlor. finally be done by both Govern Importance and what nnder the unable to And it. and soldiers will cost ua fully The negro was taken back to twice as munli aa twice tbe numtnents, bat probably not nntil after present circumstances they imply. uiontba of wrangling. And then They are not merely my own per- Bessie, where a crowd of several ber would col almost any foreign DAiuiiiiis hundred men comes peace ; or, at least, the ex- sonal sentiments, but express the shot, twenty had assembled, and nation. We nlready pay for pen BHaaBaBB-aRfeeling of 99 per cent, of the Cubullets being fired periment of trying to govern these ban army. Any thing save com- into his head. A party of about slous an amount almost as great ? c: 3 s? anew acquired territories or colo- plete independence would mean 400 then began searching the coun- as the largest standing army of BMBjB-tT- -i the world The pension fond try fer the other negro. At last political suicide. nies. will be increased by mam millions 'Nothing else will satisfy tbe accounts he had not been captur by reason of tbe war with Spain, Loin leaves several mother men a aTBaTaTaTall Perversion of the Gospel. gled who have fought and strug ed- - children. af-tand we shall probably have our less for freedom. Those who have regular army expenditures mold X) O Haw CO 3 remained comfortably at home plied bv three. The expenditures It Is astonishing how many pol- may wish annexation, but not so (JaallOcatlons of a Juror. It. DUCIIAJtAN, J.J.a BONDURANT, M .L. -- HAW, J W O. D. TIIREI.KELD, for naval construction and tbo iticians, and preachers as well, with the soldiers. We know exThe Supremo Court of Tennes- maintenance of tbe oavy will bo ALEXANDER, K. CAHK, J A. THOMrsO.t. Democrats and Republicans alike, actly what the consequences may IS O BBatnaa9al S see has helil that a person who vastly anginented. Compared with have cangbt the argument of fa- be, but complete and absolute these increased drains upon our -I?,Q 5S 2. O Independence we must obtuln at has formed opinion from reading Treasory, all 3 the gains of our com voring the annexation of the Phil- whatever huzards." H. BUCHANAN, rtt.ld.nl j J. J. C. BONUUBAHT, b 3 newspaper accounts of murder or merce hat can oome through ter i. A.THOMP m ippines for tbe high and noble SON. Cubl.rj HEN KUVKKNDALL, AttltUnt-Ctbltr- . any other crime is not disqualified ritorial expansion will be a bagapurpose of christianizing the Wet or Dry. to serve as juror. In a murder telle What we shall gain in mor world. Tbe oonuuand was to go p case at Memphis a man summon- al power or in tbe way of elevatll.-raft.I& 2 H ing low races remalua to be seen. preaob the gospel to all nations, Matket Report. A petition Is being circulated. ed for jury duty said (hat he had " BHaBaBaHaBi Atlanta Journal. As to market tbe glad tidings of peaoe on earth signed already, as we are inform- reached a conclusion by reading a Tho American's are nlwnys tmtn Inwh and accurate, and detailed account in a newspaper. and good will to all mankind; but ed, by tbe 1)0 thoronifhlr rtlied unon. to Thnw rcauired number of The judge held that this concluSIKl'LimXO 1'Al'ER MONET. AMOrACTUBKHM r THK CKLBBBATKB) no where did the Master suggest ports v. ill bo a great service to tho agrivoters, asking that doubly Judge sion was no bar to a sensible man culturist or merchant. or intimate that tbe gospel should Ken r by A letter from Washington says Seo tho ltWO oflir and subscribe order an election to test and refused to recognize a chal be carried through the cannon's tho sense of (be qualified that Secretary of the Treasury through this office. voters lenge. this issue On month or with tho case went to Gage favors a plan to have all Physician and Surgeon, TuTjIOUjro.SS. of the Fulton Magisterial District the Supreme Court, which held bills of the same denominations rifles. Let proper credit be ac as to whether liquors shall be that a Biokzxxflkn, corded to the Queen of Great sold in Fulton or not. Under the clusionman who arrived at a con- very similar in appearance, if uot Mr. William R. Campbell, of through a newspaper arBritain and Empress of Inilin. iaw. wo understand, tbe County ticle, tukiug the same to be true, exactly of tbe some make ap. 8alt bake Citv, now vWltlng New TOfflco ovor Lodford fc Rogers York, tells some startling stories with her mighty battleships that Judge is required to was not disqualified as a juror. That is, he wishes the (grocery. order such aggres couoerulng sweep the seii(i; or to the Czar of an election when a petition silver certificates, tbe five dollsr siveness of thegrowth and with tbe Mormons In the Digger or Merchant, Which! all the Rossias, who is holding out United Statea note and the flye far West, which If true, shows the requisite number of voters is tbe giant arms of bis mighty na- died before him; and of Tho United Slates Consul at dollar Sherman treasury note to the "twin relic" still survives. course he bear a close resemblance to one and that the problem of polygamy tion crying peace, peaoe, peace; will do so. Tbeee elections al- Dawson City gives some figures, another. Tbe difference between remains in vex me nation In spite and to President MoKioley, tbe ways result in the highest decree in a late report, showing the cost a silver certificate, United States of the clause in tbe ruler of the greatest nation on of excitement, but when fought of a few common articles in the note aud a Sherman treasury note, tion that prohibits Utah constitu a plurality of of any denomination, will be in- wlvee. earth, but their ways, through bravely and courageously temper- - Klondike. He says: Splendid Selection of The Mormon nonnlntton. not in their great armies and There has been no window glass dicated by the wording and oy generally wins even iu tbe nj.aic3iui:-A.as- r jcsi3Ta?Tjajc-5r- . the color of the seal. Theijvtter Utah alone bnt In adjoining states NEW BOOKS, ding, is not the mv fnr inraait. lance r . . .. Vpo iana . lick nraniaiil vl. "a . . .ibb. l.here for over two months, except distinction will nerve th !. l " oi ai, ia growing In., Hi ..,.... .. ., l. ... r .""" i ..- tr it ,. ,n,. ifn -..in rrlpilflv nrm nimn n small quantities, whlati mrre of bank ulerks, who have to sep ly, iu tar .H and np. political ambitious rniTi ii ri ler was wonderfolly neglectful fn that If the women of the kuiviiuii snipmentsUoagiit In lastSome larger arate the notes by classes. The! nower. IsUnlll renent for Ihn 1! tv v came Fnlton STATIONERY, week. One not so Instructing his followers. .nn. precinct go into the Ggbt earnest half of tbe buildings iu Dawson ordinary citizen, who cares OUly IPnnni-l-l nTSulf l,.li f'Hp are without window glass lor me uenou imniion oi tne note, trolled by Oentiles. At the re MiioooaaMir to Iluok llruo. ) ly and solidly, as they did in HickNOTIONS, &c Englaad the Ureat Honey Lender. A small light 10 by 12 iuches read and not especially for tbe law un- - cent election its complexion was man, it's good bye to the saloons ily brings 82.50 .....- - ..,i to $3. Small for- der which it is used, will find here-- . nh.mrm.1 m tMr.... .DEALER Xr. iu Fulton, for all the powers that tunes were made by parties who after that be has to deal with only two Gentiles. The Mormons keep Call and see our Stock. Every A statistician estimates that can five forme of notes, in the denom.jo soo missionaries In tbe field be arrayed can not prevail brought in glass and oil lamps. England has 8550, 000,000 investA lamp In United States inatioua from 41 to 120, where he making proselytes. Thoy bavo thing up to date. ed in laud and mortgage in coun- against their prayers and peti commands $18 the 920 to here, and a formerly had to deal with 15 dif- established large factories, in tries abroad. She lends to for- tions. Tho Lord may not hear 5 cent package of carpet tacks ferent forms, if be handled silver which none but Mormons are emMaiiy Heukndeh A Ca certificates, United Slates notes ployed and in this way work Is eign governments and municipal- every woman's prayer, but tbe will sell for 75 cents. for the recruits whom tbe missionNotwithstanding the large quan- aud Sbermau notes. ities an average of $200,000,000 voters do. aries bring In, and those seeklug 0--. tities of provisions brought in and anuuallv. She finances railways A CANDIDATE'S EXPENSES. work are induced to espouse tho on band, corners on certain artiWealth Ot InKurancn Companies. HEPAIRINC A SPECIALTY. W0KK (illAllAKTEKDI iu Indin, South Africa and South Mormon faith. cles of consumptipu are being (Suecf nor lo Ifm, Diedllbrlok,) America, her Investments of this maue. ituiter nas advanced from Tbe Missouri law reonlres that Tho current number of an Eng. $1 per pound to 2 last week, and all candidates for office giye au Hon. J. Hamilton Lewis, the DSALEt in- . tbe price of condensed milk and account of all expenses Incurred statesman from tho ",,u, uPou lo ngauuo unanciai other prodnots has doubled. country lu WBter and gas compan- In the campaign. An exebange State of Washington, will vanish les, cattle and horse raising, brew power which is being acquired by from Congress at the end of his To have gold in plenty seems (Ilnten Ntrrrl. HIVKMAiV, KV eriea, flour mills, street railways, 'the companies of but a small consolation in the publishes the following as a copy present term. His admiring conIron manufacturing and mining. Qreat of a statement of one candidate: stituents have cheerfully voted Britain ' uot nono of ,hem presence of each prices. We In investments other than goveru-- l Lost 4 inootha and 23 days can- him a permit to evnporate. ln wealtn according to would rather be a merchant than input loans and railroads It is a gold digger in the Kloukike. vassing; 2,315 boura sleep think- Cheap Kates t MlOKiiM, KMH1U&KY. Arkansas and Texas. mated that the enormous sum ofj w Ki Curtis, with either of the ing about the election, 5 acres of The Uentlcman lu Politics. $9,250,000,000 of England's money three great institutions which cotton. 23 acres of corn, a whole On October 1th and 18th, November ut hi, iBu.ouiBiue oi 1st and 10th, December Oth and Both, have their headquarters in New ! One of the arts in conducting a "T . ..T, ." . little Island." 1898. theUottou Helt Itonte a ill sull York. TPBEB DBLIVRUY. ' political campaign is for the can t..n. ... . round trip tickets from St. LonU, Cairo . ; HUM a UUUBIUCmUlO IlUUUUk During tbe last twenty-si,ll,l,l ... . and Memphis, to nil iu Arkansas, Yen CaMHst Make Mlaiake of 1,alr in That loue Democrat in the low-e- r years the invested assets of Eng- he can about Personal skirmish, Louisiana and TexaspointsOklahoma, at Telopliono8tore No. 01 and . m .., n branch of the Wyoming Legis- lish No. 0(1. pno faro plus i.'.OO for tho ronnd trio. companies have of the case without unduly critic! b drinks nT whisky) "Sb lature should be able to preserve grown from $530 000,000 to the will be allowed on going tnp S ...,4 ...o ui luurilli IU IVUCIIIIgoiigi r.F h... 1 Sunday-sclioo- l within 15 days, and tickets will ixi good party harmony In that body. enormous sum of SI. 170.000.000. j ears there has been a distinct to return within 21 days from date of books, 2 pair of suspenders, cal sain. average annual increase gain In American politics in One of Ita Strongest Points Is Ita Within ten years there were in This is au 825.000.000. de of nearly but the In. cency, uiougn mere is still room ioo drosses, 5 dolls and 13 baby Tho Cotton Belt jiassrs directly thro' this country 21,348 deaths from tho best portions of Arkansas, Louis.ECONOMY yellow fever, and 050,000 deaths (crease in 1890 alone was 860 000 for Improvement. A candidate rattles. 2,889 lies, USE OF FUEL!. Told iana nnd 'lexas, nnd this will be a splenshook hands U. WITTING, from alcohol. Still yellow (ever uuu. a similar progression dur- who cau present tbe tacts from did opportunity for seto times, talked enough to have Bakes Biscuits In 4 Mlnntes Light Bread In 40 Minutes, years his standpoint lu a is quarantined aud alcohol is li- ing tbe next twenty-fivcure good location. DKALEK IN noylng a "Majesllo" meana a or Economical Cooking would show Invested assets of manner, who knows clear, forcible made in print 1 GOO large volumes, Fora full particulars, ns to rate, etc.. censed. his case Is not size of office reports; kissed 120 ana ror rreo copies or handsomely more than $2,500,000,000, while at so desperate as to call for the aid Accohdino to one report the the end of half a century the Call aatl Examine Thraa. Ray n Olker. of tnndslingiug is fur more apt to babies, kindled 14 kitchen fires, Instratod pamphlets about Arkansas, STAPLE ANO FANCY GROCERIES Philippines contain a lot of Is companies would be en- - command the attention of the pub- cut A cords of wood, pulled 475 uoumiuua ami icxas. writo to M. ADAM I, lands that figuratively abound iu joying an income considerably bundles of fodder, picked G351h. TOBACCOJIGARS, ETC, bawler' ot cotton, helped pull T. P. A.. Cairo, 111., milk and honey, while according greater than that or tbe British lic thau the wagon or E. who makes use of epithets that loads W. LaBeaumk, G. P. and T. A to another, they are peopled with government- of My Sioek Is would ho out of place In the fam- potatoes, corn, dng 14 bushels of St. Louis, Mo. lws Frfib nd CompWU, hulf clvllleed natives who subsist toted 23 buckets of waTbe ten largest pJ I nite Ihi p ublio it eorac ily circle. The gentleman iu poll, on bumnn tleib. We may find companies of this country repreter, put up 7 stoves, was dog bitnd mi m. Will Bay It. tics on tbe stump is not au ideal ten 3 tunes and a baby hrok my out tbe truth when it Ia loo late sent liabilities of nearly . Ch pM for Country Product. man. He la In many places a reto turn back. watch which oost me S3 to have Tho farm known ns tho O, W. Powull Three companies In New ality, and the Witting',, olj ilind, Clinton Bind, he pnrsnes repaired. place, near Hickman, 100 acres, 60 or York -t- he Mutual, Equitable aud are becoming methodscommon, Bushels of pearls have been New It Loaned out 3 barrels of flour, more acres cleared, orchard, good nooses York Lire alone represent is fair and just more HICKMAN. KY. found during the past few years to discuss all poli 20 bushels of meal, 150 Ml Sl&NaTSSaa.aai3CBIl5?VniM!aa bo bonght lliililllilfiH nf JtoiA'.niiiwmn i.ii -pounds of etc., caninformation, for 1, 250.00. For " iu mi uiuuuus mini uy trie an- I". "IIIIP tical issues, which are those lu uacon, see farther 'M pounds of hotter, 12 cient Americans who occupied their assets are about $700,000- - which all the people are concern Geo. Wjmuiex, DR. S. K. DAVIDSON Hickman, Ky. the Mississippi Valley. Ohio has uuu. ii is impossiiiie ror the in to ed, fearlessly and truthfully. If dozen eggs, 3 umbrellas, 13 lead 3t pencils, 1 Bible dictionary, 1 mow fail unless we have an epidemic men been the especially lucrative field are found to bo corrupt it is COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. for investigation concerning the that carries off, half the population proper to expose their practices ing blade, 2 hoes, 1 overcoat, 7 HICKMAN, KKiJTUCKY mound builders. More than a ga. of the country, In which event the to tbe people, but tbe speaker can boxes paper collars, none of which have been returned. FULTON OIltOUIT OOUHT. Ion of pearls were found with two other half would have little in- do this without sinking to tbo l Offloe over Gov gill & Cowglll's Called my opponent a preambu J. P. 'lyler, AMljrneo of A. skeletons In the Effigy mound terest in anything- - But the rathose who aro pidity with which their nssets and Is. ofAn honorable worse than be latlug 10; m, 3 ,11,. Drag Store. J. kirlclaml, PlffT, Onier near Chllllcothe. All of the peutls Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c candidate will of ts. alt, were perforated, probably done their income are increasing ia a not properly represent the people agreements with my A. J. Kirkland, Tho Partu- - Rcfurcnce. D. o. park. 1 flower vase smashed, n broom enh Bnildinf Trust Co.,, with a heated copper wiie, aud matter for serious contemplation, whose suffrages he Is asking for j. o, BPBianx WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, handle probably for tbe purposo of at Henderson Mutual B. Ss if be did expose the euemles of ed, 2 broken, 1 shirt bosom ruinPARK & SPEIGHT, baudsful of whiskers nailed Li. AtMocintion, John Mo Tho great Now England Sea Storm the people. Tbe Ameilcan peotaobing the pearls to clothing or NT Qennlne Beth Thomas Alarm Clocka for 11.00. Mnhou, O. E. Rico. Kd. Saturday night aud Sunday lout was tho ple like to see a uieau, square, out, 10 cents worth of slinking belts. MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY. 4 Doora East of Laolede Hotel, GhalMon, oto , Dft's. plaster bought, besides speDtlinf HICKMAN, KY. Tub Covington Commonwealth Rreattist sea and coxst borrow known fearless, statidun fight iu Dolltics. $305 in hurd cash. Ordered that all creditors of A. J. Will do a General Law Business for generation. Hundreds of lives The man who loses sncli a fight Kirkland, AmlKiwr, appoar Ixiforo W. in ail Uourts, Btnte and Fed suggest s that the republican par wire lost, and hundreds of vessels big OouuuUxionor of tho P. Taylor, eau not Buuer uy ueieat; the canB. T. TILKB, rrnt. C. i. HOLCOMBC, T. Prt't. and In all the Courts n . C. JOllKSOJ, Vuhl4. ly should be persistently arralg and littlo, wrecked. More than 100 didate who wins by Tiikbe will bo held at Uxlog Fulton Circuit Court, and provo aud dishonorable peruneii on tno I'ortland. of Kalton County. fllo thulr clnlniH nualust nalcl ivnlnor ned before the publlo by the demmethods is robbed, iu the estimale ton next Monday, fith Inst., B State by Jau. 14th, pain of ocratic press for the mismanageIt Is now said with authority the bust people make of him. of Convention of the tobaoco grow on orforover barrod 1890, on jronecutiii(r Prompt Attention Ulren Collections. from era of Kentucky. The object is their claims uttaiust said whIkhoo of A. ment aud neglect of soldiers and that 30,000 soldiers of the volun all tbe real Trulta of victory. Bui to dissolvo the trust recently J, Kirkluud, uruditor lcKaU rs, or dU- reckless squandering of publlo teer army win be mustered out Imoro American, Rep, formed 10 control the n ? inhn tribntoes, nnd said Master CommUriion fuuds, the appointing or Chilians without delay, and tbe anxiety Is The Osage Indians aro probab- co trade. In many counties of the er is ordered to muko report to tho next Blacksmith and Undertaker to high places in the army over or tnw ngalu aroused as to which regi ly the wealthiest people per cap state conventions have been held termof said court tno aiucts ami llnblll-tie- s trained aud gallant military men, Ita on earth, are aristocrats, and to elect delegates and thousands HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. that all crodltora of said the retention of an Incompetnnt meuts will be the lucky ones. scorn manual labor, according to of circulars have been sent to the Orderedunjoined from i)rosooutiuK any MK A Till A L when yon win be and blBtaot demagogue in tbo cabIf you aro going to have a lit Agent Pollock's annual report to growers of this and other Ntate.. action oKalmit A. J. Kirkland, orhU Hlnckumilhing done, or rep In la inet over the protests of members tie better or a little more varied tho interior department. SURPLUS) AND UNDIVIDED PHOFITft nsxltrnoe, except throuKh this action. Wodi, Ac. llonrHhoelni iperlslly $le,ees), of the party, etc, that the general stock of goods this Christmas, bet own ovor 300 acres for eaob They Tbe leaders claim that thev ha. of refcreuce, and order This alio Keep ft run line of man, the active support of all tho grow joluliiff order creditors, is ordered toon Sollolta yonr business. We offer the most Llboral paouo may ueoome well acquaint- tor tell the people about it. If woman and child, all bo Accommodations each receiving ers, wareiiousemen nnd Independ- pablUhod in the llickmuu Ootiripr, a to our Customers Consistent with Established ed with tbe disgraceful blunder you are dissnpointed In your stock Undertaker'! Goods, As ent manufacturers this ingofthe republican administra- of goods better keep that toyonr un annuity of over an200 cash. and joining States, andoftbey and ad- newspaper at Hickman, Fultou county, Common, HoMwood, nnd Holld Olsck Wall Banking Principles. an illustration, ir Indian propose Koutueky. tion. There will bean abundance self. Mrst be convinced of the his wife have eight children, under whloh ein bo fitted tbe to institute proceedings in tbe Given Circuit mr hand as Clerk of tho nut Coftini and of material for the democratic good of your stock and then try annual itiootne of tbe family la Court, this November up on short notice, and at roSxonsbU over Pederal Court lo dissolve tbe Fnlton B. T. TYLER, O. A. HOLOOMBE. J. NAYLOB, W. 31.t, 1B88, aRipalf n book of 1900. price. Qle me a cull. H. BALTZEB to convince others of It. 12,000. trail, Bhop Bin (hi Jill j. w. autuo, uierk t, a. u. J. W. OOWQILL, W. h. MOOUTOH1N, W. O. JOHJlSON., IV tuuuu-faotarers : : DEO. 3, 1898. tared goods exeeed oar Imports." present rulers, sij-ni- n Snt-unla- y I - ..,,. -- coi-t- s. I tbe Hays, Days and McKlnleje, bavo praollcall declared themselves lu favor of the grand Imperialistic policy, and will see that the next platform cor. talus a few words to that effect. On the other bnnd tbe brains of the party the men who are pos sensed of great intellect are on the other side of the question. Thomas B Reed, Senators Hoar and Chandler all oppose annexation schemes and urge there are no constitutional grounds on which island possessions may be acquired. And those men are right. They foresee that the possess! n or 10 000,000 of cannibalistic heathens means for tho nation a large standing army, and a large military force means that paternalism will be lu force; our liberties destroyed and our peoplo but vassals as Is the case iu the limited monarchies of Europe uud other continents. These great men aro above all party ties. They hav been iu public life loug enough to know what are the evils that threaten ns an a nation aud no their iiarty can loio to secure views an while holding to foreign to a republican form of Government. On the other bs::d many Democrats of more tbau local influence from the hate been lured a pnr'y principles bj the deception of national growth. They tire not thinkers, bnt have jumped to the conclusion that acquiring foreign territory, expansion, they term it, is evidence or power anil great ness. They bavo not stopped to consider that the greatest strength is that which can refuse the nllur Ing, and seem to have forgotten that our prosperity, strength and fame hav been acnnlred by our l.l. n..l yntij .., unl ...I. lit .. fnp. nnlU. nf uui .uirillllllli nun foreign afiilrs. These meu will probably oat be with us in tbe campaign of 1900. Party lines will almoit vanish aud new Ideas will be advanced. Wo do tho rest. An Offer UNEXCELLED, ), rTSTaaasJBaaMBTMpaB"ie UNEQJTALED. EIKX XT IS: ItimiHY 8BMI-WKKKli- THINK OF "iH HbVbHllI t 1 il K( i ra?V -S -- - jlvMbB Ai wmm nmni bank, m I 55350 "5 T 1 CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIEHOTORS. PPIOB l-, - 1 LbHLv LBTj-asBaLaai rfPO" I I r. IIIOK31AN WAGON CO., ..Lon Naylor,.. Ky. Kragg-Jorgerso- n I five-dolla- r Cash Book Store. ,. blood-Bbed- . . ., ..... r- -.. m ... HICKMAN WAGONS. 1 -- 1 I - - . i .....i. ra-iii- to-da- y I i, ii Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. Call nnd See our New Stock of Jewelry. K Baptist., -- SSiJK&JSSSSSW-'"'- r.-.- " " star-spangle- d I Fancy Groceries and Provisions, I B ir-eii tue-ug- .', 'l'""?. '": -- ''r'H11'1' ., r -- "Majestic" Cooking Ranges The Best in the World IN THE life-tim- 5 Itesl-idenc- e, Stop-over- s -- 1 Tiie Cask Grocer J. la Buying Que of these Ranges e 23,-47- 7 home-seeke- e n 11 VmII loud-mouthe- f e 15.000-000,000- $l,SO R. S. SR3nr&,..R. KERR c HANDLE, " ; l'"liw" ley-e- llur-do- ctor wife-res- V .FINE Mat-to- r er, bo-iu- -- A. F. OLIVER, HICKMAN BANZ, HICKMAN, XBNTUOK7. afwi-uo- r. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. DIRBOTORS -- 1 0e, -- - . , . ir VUI. V xi '()' ..-- . . . : , . " v . V t k i -r- 1 jl-- Z Vr J t '"' rfff?') "i TflaTMaTBf a. Tii" t it Ji r' nTi-- i Jiai jaar TiT "irW f -- . v d v -- -. Vst- - -- ".- ajarat.v j fe 'TSsSF ua . iniMiiMi mv: - in i' all un N . w" --HIME, CEMENT,. 1 !nmm CountKit : Being it reader of yonr paper over sluciiils existence, nnd liklug tho paper, Its associntos, nnd tho editor, I sl.aU attempt to wrlto a few linen, for the nrs BUNDS, tiuio, seeing yon aro, und hnve been, in "houio trade," which I SASH, SHINGLES, ETC, In yon. 1 seo thnt some one. who colts him .IN. self "Freo Trader," has answered some AFTF.n .Tnnanry 1st, the itanp of your paragraplw. Whilo Fnio Trader Ls Dortially correct, thero Is somo im ml envelopes issnod by lbs pott provomout ou his assertions. Now. at office department will be a reel this time, where everybody, as well ns .tamp of exaotly the aame ihape towns, art) clamoring for success, the Always on hutnl. as the raruilue Thie tint thing for snores Is concentration. Is In accordance with an article In It is imixMniblo to bo successful iu every branch of avooitlou, but tlio success of tlm International postal agree a town cr city is to coiiccatratc trade, Will cheerfully msko estlmsle irlluK ment which requires alt Issues of for wltliont thut it is dead. Show me n on nny tinnnilty desired, nnd the same denomination of a stamp town whero tho stroeta nro thronged guarnutco lowest price to be nniform in color The dewith wngons, the pavement with women, und I'll show yon a llvo town. partment will this month begin T.1' To do that you must concentrate nt that substituting the red stamp on en point. Liko tho professional man, ho velopes for the green. mast concentrate his mlud on ono thing. If scattered, It is liko gnu powder of no nt Pt. Pleasant recently. lsson-riau. Think of It. force, or n man shooting at u target beyond lils range, ho iuIsnos his aim ; or For tho regular yearly prlre of a weekCounty Judge Krnrlir has npjmmt-i- l ly, yon get a an officer who scatters his troops for 60 piper for Abe Hluford, or 100 miles from whoru ho wnnts them the entire balance of tho Yfurs 1898 and O. litllrend Time Titbit?. Carter. Thompson, H. II. mid Dix'k E.MiO. A. Holcomlx) 1899. Seo onr great "1900" offer la this Is never us successful us ono that oou lium county tax supervisors. paper. Tho Hoard ccutratM them whero he ueeds thorn. meets In Jnnitary to suihtvLso tho tax Now, Mr. lMltor, iny illustration la N., 0. & Si. I,, u. u. njunMlucut. this : If yon want to bnild up u town Beat Patent Floor, per bhl $3.75 AUIllVr.H: you must have tho country tnido und Tr.U Nn. I, vi r. a, Beet Straight Flour, per bhl Train No, 1,111,,, Nwrrtlirnr't. 3.05 buy their produce. Don't send off for Tt.tM y, 3, Ml r, Nn, 1,11m, Train 20 lbs. Oratinlated Bannr for Wo everything yon wnnt because you can 1.00 Tl .NV, it at 7:10 a.m. Train Xo. ft 10)., ra. lier, orhnrtl the nnwent thst will nlonan him, iw iho piiii may lm. Ilaro. 10 llm. Good Ore.n Coffee for , gijt it a fow eenta cheaper; if bo, allow 1.00 unlfjoo, ccliU denlictiM th0 Hko ik.I n tho farmer to do tho same, for them are , All Paoksge Coffe'e per lb ,10 any other lorr, au 1 all onirrn hold in none who want a barrel of sugar or Local and Personal. I'acKaffcs liouea Uat for.. .....r. . uncrtHl ronllilrtico. Ilmtvvnra "'"" moiassos, or a sack of coffee, bnt can . ... 8 Ihs. Keg Soda for uiiiiiuiK-t- i ur uiu mnininn. .23 . . ' cheaper than ho iuimjjuirlct lonelier' AmocIiH Tho Uro that destroyed tho IUIlronil get itnomo merchants; can buy it from 151b. Htioket Jelly for . 35 me '5 i therefore, if we . tlon lu l'ultou Friday and Sat- - elovntorixx-urredo'Fresh St. Louis bread hi Irvine's. . thooveniiiKof WwlThat we aro L 9Q 2 lb. Cnn Heat Corn, per doz unlay hint, was well ntteude ami pro- - nosday, Nor. IU. 1KSJ. Mmnt 8 o'c hiclc. have to hhlo our produce off, why not y lb. Can Best Tomatoes, per doz -- II". Archer Dooghor wu lu Fulton iiouuchI u HiKti'Ki by tho Fu Iton naners. iu return. f5 It wiw on tho liluhl of thchlinrRit IVm. bring back groceriesnrobahlv li.ivn nprrr this week. Ono tllllllf von The Region next year will nritilitlia ltf. I fMnilln rnllv iitnr a(lun.t..iul !,.J Ifll. J lb. Can Tie Pearlies, per doz... . 1.10 , !l. Jfcv . ,, .aa wHu I..IIU.Ifl-- . l -- S HEADQUARTERS Henry Kmernn was In Union City iiemuiiTlllceiOII man. ID III illltr honU of I in rv.,nn. given a thought iu your lurugruphs, and 3 lb. Can Apricots, per Can 12jo thnt is : If a farmir bur KO.OU worth yesterday. to celobruto of grocentifl, fio.00 Ls Miit off for moro -- A new rnllro.1,1 time tabloKoes Into ""? I"" 7 tliuA " flr' cltlon to tho Pni- - and only 20 per cent, is Prices are for ONE WEEK ONLY, nnd Mr. Percy Jones spout Saturday iu e ffoet Knn.lay. Humor My that tl.o retained at homo fn. Immense torch iifjiit proces. ruin liMvinHiclniHi. ntf .u,., and Union City. it on lu line, when tho arm of nrn wim off iiituiuiiuii, uut ii a iiiercnuut seuus nrrlvinit lure al 10 u. in., will Ui ilia BTBIOTLY CASH. for any produce it nil Inarm tho Her. Price, of Pulton, was In the rontlnmil at Martin, Tho other trains pren innn mo isjvo llulshtiiK wnro country ami nono is left for homocircu city this week. hotuoof tho Hickman furultnro factowill lm chained, but uot nmterially. ry. This liniiieno fnrnitnro UnUhln tiou, but if ho bnys from tho producer Our morchnuU am arrii(flnj tholr Irom overjr laivo city in tho land wan'housn, tho Kallroail elevator, a lie siauns a gooa snowing to get it all holiday diaplayi. come the cry of frand lu the manniro.. Kallroail wnnroom. Uonilnrant&Drew-nien- t buck, or ut least it is put iu circulation of niunlcin.ll nffairs. What a ry's wanhoue, tho Plant warelionso, at homo. Mr. H O. Jndgo was up from New Now, Mr. Editor, please giro fair piny liliwiiiH to dwell in a sm.ill town like ne blacksmith shows of tho Hickman Madrid tliU Week. lickuinu where them nro no iIii.iiw.h. i wagon uo., tlio Fayotto Nelson row, in writiug your paragraphs about homo -I- )r Mrnry DnU, of Cairo. 111., was inanipulaie. ronnoimently irauo, no tempu-tiou- s the Winston property, and several mil- mere uun teach your mercliauts that lu tint city Tmwl.iy. sighing und wishing for trade dot to dUhoueHty, lion feet of Ktackiil luinbor Ijoloueing not brim; it. It Ls liko tho bov that to the Hickman h. & M. Co and tho MU Ilewt Ciue visited Mies Little. studied botany and only made a buucb H' llnve agon Co. wero destroyed. at Union Clly thin wink. Hickman A farmer noted for belne on- of Cowers uffnmt yon with a hukro nose- If you herdtnto, If yon doubt Is The romluK holiday trade promises appropriate, what will please, what gny stuck on his bosom to show yon ho lucky, In nald to have pnt In nn as to hnd studied botany. Chritinn InwiilM, don't worry, hut go Mr. Editor, von should seo proper have their clothing made to measure and e'nonrmona crop of potatoes this Dr. Jon Luton, of Caruthcrsvillo, nt ouce to Hereinliw", for m havo it. MONDAY, tho fith. is the Grand Hoi. pnblish this iuif your piper, if not it will and we w ill li glnd to how you thro' Id.iy Opening at Hereiulos'. last eeason, Mo., was lu the rltv thin week. Tho selec- not hurt my feelings to nut it in the should know that we have the sole agency ing with his results being In keepour admirable election of Cliristmos tion nnd array of Holiday Goods br far wato basket. usual bad lack. He Tho City Council will meet In rrg-til- iiooiis. Faik Flay. Uritr.MiKs' IJook Stokk ; cxceisls anything ever brought to Hick- in this city for the matchless productions of Rives as a reason for his failure wwdon neit Mnnday ulght. &c. What's to lx dono nbont it? Von '""" Oouio tlrst, get yonr choice, nnd ,. .. .a ....... the exenae that bis German neighMUcs May and Irene Farls vUitil v,in. u;ii' iIKVII OWIIIg mo tlt'KIKIl a leaToyouroniere. uomenud seo whethnnmlier of yejim, and havo loen resiect-full- er you w Lsh to buy or not. L. CATZERT & CO., rrtru'h at Terrell, Twin., this week. bor pnt In a corresponding large Heavy Lap Robes, nr.iu.Niur Hook Stohk. notltlMl ihrongh thepaiK-- r and crop of onions, which were so mails. Itmf intrrie.1 mn Joluel the ar- any If yon an not abln to nav. the or engaged exclusively for more than my Uic.umo thoy wero llrod of flKhtliiB. W D. Smith, near Fnlton, dropped cnno exists why yon do not, ought Hnudsomest Patterns strong as to bring tears to the . yon not to respectfully let II lo knowii? at tho ngo of seventy years of tho Season, Mr K. II. l.nton and rhlMnn hnvo & eyes or the potatoes In such vast Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring. 14.00 wll k ttM .hl? r nturul from a TUlt to rvlnliTiw ut -- The Union City - Values volumes as to prevent them grow Cisit t.fsl Fulton. says this of tho now Inidlng Elder of w"M'Tfl'M, Ixvan-- o sho wan ( nnd 6.00) th enko wnlk, ww convlclMof W We cordiallv invite our friends and the ing. Mi May Hnttan, of Chsrlmton. Iho Union City District, M E. Church Wunl"r' tt,,1 wU1 hauB nrtuuoiHTH. Call and Seo thom I f Mo was t!itKuojt of tho Miues Moore, Her W D Jenkins, who has had tlm Milan stntion, comes to' general public to favor us with a call and WHIPS from 10c np. Newsjaprs aro often blatnwl for this wih'V. uimiiiiii i iNi r ami irom wnnt wo what inev publish, but if tho public SruTperi S&VifcTVs immense line of tCtrxtaV Mr. Miner, Konta Affent of tho havo heanl nnd hi, know of llro Jenkina ninlil onlV what nublUlicra SANDERS & REEVES. bootluini Kxpnws Co., wns In the city no Mtcr selection could havo beou supprom, hwsknow would tho found with fault bo 3M arA "VDitvUt S&m?e& from which we are thU wiik. made. - thorn. - 1 Ri prepared to make to order Wik on tho new hotel has leen After pondering over tho Tho following members of tho ildayed nertraldays on account of the during tho Mimmur mouths, wmio matter Board of Stewards for tho Methodist The Prohi's and of tho Hickman bud weather largn Ico oompanli generously an- -' Chnrrh, aro reqnetet to meet at the Trade. Service at tho Christian Church, nouneo a sntwtnnllsl reilnetlnu in prlci. chnrch ut 7 o'clock Tuiwdny night, Deo Bnud.ir inorniui; Hiitl eveniuv-- by Kid. If tho clothing houxes can lm ludnciil to Olh. J. A. Thompson, It. B. Urovonl, shade Ihu tlguros on seersucker coats, II. O. Heckmuu, V. T. Itundlo, J. T. A H Oal.ney. straw lints nnd linen suits, wu shall bo Steplnns. It, M. Methtuy, Juilgo Kear-nbl- o Editor Conur.n : 1 J. J. , C. BONDURAT hue bought the Grocery Stock of Altreo I uotlco lu the Courier some commu Tho oftlceof the Southern Kiprmi to iret tlimuuh the winter verr br. A. 11. leet. J. A. Ktnl.- l- 1 TV Tn.. Co. h.i Uhii iintrul in tlm iihw lull. eomfcirlaldy nnd lliciH'nUclr. o JMcDan-iki.pThen in tho Powell Block, and will continue business at that tier, John NeWin, J, K. Fiujuu, J. J, nlcatlous nlout Home Trade." Ivail drxl stanci. He has added largely to the etook, and will keep equal to any tho cntniuiign was on as to voting sa We Guarantee Absolutely to Fit and Please You Unci ii I nml Oniainrnfnl. 1 oung. in Erery Respect. A ImiI road Is a heavy tax on thoso In of Holiday Goods wo'c,?1111? .f incorporation for n new loons ont of Hickman, the contention who ue It, anil tho wonrn tho nuii tho havo onr selectionto Iho "' Hickman, to 'known was mado by tho opponents of prohibl had nn eye H. G. AMBERG, Hickman, Ky, useful as well ns S'01? heavier tho tax. ft,", ,U'Kj'itt ,0, l ""ww, tho beantlfnl nnd oniameiitnl. and also"1" fik, tlon that it would injure trade, nnd by ,i"'00) "L'' filed, nnd an Mrwrs. Hon Ilrnuhani nml Tom n to low prices We don't mark nncal'"'" those who wanted to rote saloons gisU fivr Christmas, bui mark them orKuisntioii effected. Tho following that it would not, and that evenout Thom it. of Woodland Hills, spout He solicits the i Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from. : ,Vi,DC,,,?n,',."',J' if dow ii Wo ha n an immenso stork and nriit In the city. trade ot his patrons of former years, and the public generally, promish ,0 oxal)1,lri G cllw,k Threlkclil.J W. somo trade was lost double advantages im.M.iw. It. A. Tyler, wlio has l'en alnent miutsell. A K M isler I desire to nnnonnce to tho Pnblic ing to and all FAIR DEALING. would nccrue otherwLso. How has It u uiiriK'arcii tor uewninis wei'K wo J. a. iiinintMoii fnm tho rlty for tho p.vt four wix-ka- , ll, lluchaimu was proven to do r near any man in any tint I hnvo employed, R. J. Hensov, lias returned homo. hailed every mau wo met with tho lour elected lYuside nt ; J. J C. Bouiluruut, calling, iu nuy business, complain tho St. Lonis Jeweler, as to to become the potsessor of : J. A Thompson, Watchmaker and Diamond Setter, who Ainrriean corn is In demand nnliMicqnetfnu:"WlmtdoyouWnowf" s ier, nud U F. KttykcnduU, book Cash- dnll times, and the man who was for coming, otli-erhigh-gradkcoKT. saloons is ready to say. nud does sav is also a Post Graduate Optician, which reliable in s.inth Afrlci, win n it U quoted at Dome kuew uunsimas was bad knew wo wero hating weather, ThU is n solid institution, representing "Oh yos I told you so ; when von Toted puts him iu position to test your eyes $1.41 )ht ICO pounds. bnt tlm overwhelming mnjoritv "didn't somo of tho Ixwt. most experienced and saloons ont you drove trudo nwuy." accurately. All repair work dono at MImii Lillian and VlrRinia Lnten. Know a iiiiug." Ami thna tho weary must successful hnaiiciers of tho com- - Granted moderate prices and guaranteed. AND ARE GOING TO that it nf Cayco, sK'iit Satunlay and Soudar old world wagsou; bnt tho ucwp.iHr tnnuliy, nml wo wish for it ii proscr-ou- s nwny, oro therehas driven somo trudo Eyes tested free corresponding ndvau IIII1SI lal unci! jum 1110 H.1II10. with relatives in town. .'10 dnys 1 will sell $3.00 c.ire'r. For tho next tflgos? I say that tho community bus Spectacles for 3.00. Don't fall to tako PRICES TO Tho Second Teiiiiiwioo Beginient Mr. and Mrs. Steelo nnd son, of received great advantage from tho nb IT. i !IIKINT.T1AN ndvautage of this opportunity. senco or saloons, lu too many ways to Oblou.Teiiu., nro tho uupMs of (5. N. of volnnteers, which has been stationed For your wife. ED. MEVEK, Jeweler. need spcifylng; but, it is ouly truth to nt Wllkowbarro, Penn., for some time, Holm's family this week. For yonr husband, has Ikvii Columhl.i, admit that wo huvo lost somo trade Tho laziest man can bo counted on Tho men, ri'iunvnl to delighttsl S. C. For your sweetheart, The holiday buyer is often perplex thereby, that somo go elsewhero to buy It Ls said, am IP YOU WAST CLOSE, CASH PRICES ON for hiving eiimiKli energy to meildlo their eninp, which is well located, with For yonr Mm, ed by tho very abundance of tho offerwhiskey, nud when there buy other with other jm oplo's ntTiilrs. For your daughter, ings, A vivid impression of one thing goods, nud not llkinir to acknowledge hiipjilieil with water and nicely than it does one of those ill For your friend, frequently makes him think It just what from n Mtiltar staudioliit. mat moy went n iouk itlstatico to get Wwlncs-dar- . nrr.inged Wheat sold In Chic-iffo- , ho ought to give to n particular person. fitting and cheaply nude Their new qunrters nro culled Cnnip lu endless vuriety, cost nnd qnnllty. nt whiskey, they attribute it to low : corn Mo; o.u, 'Ma. at 06.,0 Iu Fiiruanro. Bkuknpks'. er prices, better markets, &c. The sa Ionisville, wheat, fl7oj corn, 84c. garments with which the CA-XjX.A.T j Business men shonld como together loon advocate is ever ready to giro such Are You fnaureil? A report rescheil Hlcliman Monday tlwal roads In tlio end will not cost country is flooded. for friendly common interest. In a reasons. Bnt how nbont the Prohibins much money mitl-tWhen vou think of having your lifo as ixnir nnm. No that an old man br tho nnmo of Lyon measure nil bnsiucwi houses uro business tionist, ha or she who mado tho welkin Lusurcd tho first question shonld bo, "Is tax Is as bunleuvnuo an tho one of bad was munlenil In tlio Bend precinct of ouetnlrs, rivals, competitors for trade, ring with joy over voting saloons out. msamm this county by two negroon, nnd roblHil rxvids. it safe?" The Mutual Lifo of New ouo to nnderholl another Ls a They were given rulo over Hickman, More of f 10 00, Ono of tho negroes was nf. und forright in ouo HICKMAPT. KY. Phono No. 7, York being tho largest und strongest of proper selling his own prop- and they thereby nsMimwl responsibility Tho Wext Kentucky and Wiwt than tcrwards capturixl and lynchid, nnd tho erty nnd ill financial Institutions, with Assets, shonld never lo abridged liy for Hickman business interest, luoruls, Ilaptist Ministers Mitini: will enraged citizens wero In purinlt of the 200 surplus 33,000,000.00, to. Will )lm- U held nt Fnlton, beisiuultiK Tuesday, other one, who woum nlso lie lynched ngroements; nnd no more should tlio ovudowhr nru thev .silent? own you will very naturally select that comstyles nnd dodgo their right of ouo to keep nny und all thliigs work?; 6. Dec if ranght. Tho report, seemingly corpany ns tho safest. ho cau to sell. But in these days ot An iuestlmubla moral improvement husl for rect, lacks continuation. Upon asking tho second question, "Is Dr lA'Iloy, ono of Iho Irofs. iu ICllTATllL,rWHEI 1HOS. general wants, nnd free trade, It is un- Ik'ou wronght, but people love their busLadies tho contract n good ouo?" you will find University, and Chas. Otirlln, of The chief officials ot tho I. C. Ball-roa- usual, if not Impossible, for ono house iness interest, nud sucli iuterests work and that tho Mutual Life issues every desirNoslirillo. s)eut several days in tho mid tho Nashville nndChiitanoog.i. to keep everything and every vuriety iu und grow day by day, nnd sooner or laTOM DILLON. Propfr, able form of Lifo and Endowment Incity this week. met iu Nonhvlllo, to nrrungo throiiKh nil lines. And yet tho gouernl public ter tlio "Uewli pots of Egypt" will tempt i surance, Investment Bonds and Annul-til'scheitiilos diner couiiections. The want these things, nnd they uro imluir a return. If onr trade interests nro to Mrs W. A. TriKB, of Dresden, Trim, nnd it will bo nu easy mntter for (fiatcritor to B. C. m'J4 of their from who has lioou vIsltliiK Mn H. It Trv-is- , failuregreatest mads to conueot closely to haro them. Tho business market bo misrepresented, traduced, injured, yon to get n contract especially adapted nillronl Injury over in- that moro fully reprchcnts tho public, persecuted, because tho town has voted, retnrneil home, luvouipauieil by MUs Is tho to yonr inclinations nud circumstances. dicted tqwi Hickmnii. However, no needs nnd wnuts, will theruby attract whiskey out, why don't tho temperance' Mattie TravU. Marble and Granite Monuments $4,00 Iu reply to your third question, "Is it running arrangement they cnn make tho moro trudo. Henco tho iiecisitv men nnd women rally to tho doteuce by . cheap." Tho Mutual Life being apuro-lMivrk Twain says there nro two will lsi nuy worse for Hiekmau than for the individual and general interests their voice, with their inlluenco, nnd' , up to mutual company furnishes Insurance lu a man's life when ho ouulit not thut whiuh has exlsteili of business men that us many lines of with their money Tho trial is on , the to its members at tho exact cost, and to specnl.ito when ho can't iitTonl it, irado as txxslblo may bo renrmmited In viiau ut HiiiiruiuiiuiK, $50.oo yon will Hud upon Investigation that Mrs. Stroll Cnrnin, who somo years their homo market, and henco busiucss nnd when ho can. 8TONE WORK of all Kindt, Local Oitios. years of thLs Comduring tho flftv-flvski) was a cltireu of Hickman, died ut . Carulhenivlllo (Mo.) Democrat. her homo ucur Coruthersvillo, Mo., 011 men should como together with mn IRON FENCING, &c, pany's existence, it has been so excelU. B. Mounts, Druggist. Moscow, Ky Chas. Perry, a photographer, of Hlek-ma- Nor. 30th, aged 77 yean und 8 mouths. tu.il nld ami eiicoraugciucut lu this ill lently managed, that tho nverago cost says he sells Plantation Chill Cnro nud Look Label InUe the rectinu. Kv , was hero last week, and inny She leaves live children to mourn her to members of each f 1,000 Insurance collar It' i a gutu for i finds It suits his trudo because it eradidecide to locate hero. antee ot con ret has been less than in nny other Com- death. Shn moved to this county iu the cates tho system of nil malarial poison, Free C'nristmas Presents., style petfert fit pauv. Association or Assessment order. Miss Nclllo Helm. Mii llattlo W. 18:11, nnd lived hero mutiy yvars. She nnd ho guarantees it. And aucsrior finiih ui'Riuniug with every . . n auurancc thai Tins jompany insures ooiu men una nnd D. E. Wll-ai- was a member o- tho Bnntist church, win, Profs, X. O. Ohes-t I fWte bLryinff ih bett that's made a Cloak cash purchase, wo will give a ticket women in any amount from 1,000 to christian atlcuilcil tho Educational Aimocln-tlo- n mid was a Hue pa eat tad bcautifict tbs figure as do purchased Ou A Her remains wero In torrid lu showing the amount Jl.000.000. nt rates acconltug to ngo and nt Fulton, last week. other raiment can. Christmas Eve, to tho party whnso tick plan, ranging from $10.00 to $900.00 per tho Caruthersvillo ccniotery. Wo now linn bnnoloas men, chain-les- s ets show tho largest amount of pur 1,000.00. Our rtuUtkin for hxcdling the Don't wait 'till you get sick, wheels, horseless carriages, cowIfMH AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFER. chases wo win gtyo a lino clou, nu but If yon nro now iu good health, nnd bat ol i everything is emphatically milk wagons and brnluless dmlesj bnt, havo uo insurance consnlt with E. R. buggy, a txxik ami a iron stove, n For every subscription to tho Delinea nuking chair.tlonThiwo pneiits will bo viftoui ia our CXoik ulasl no smokeless cigarettes. EHLson nbont It. or If yon havo a llttlo tor rocoivoii uy ns btfvrt lice. 10th, wo on display bee hiuiplos of Cloth and Stylos nt Cull and see insurance, and feel liko' yon need Bouie Miss ICuto Crow, ngisl 31 years, 1 will give 3o iu Patterns. Don't miss thom at moro. consult E. R. Ellison nbont it, or Wilson's Book Srons months and 3 days, daughter of Mrs. M. this chalice, but subscribe nt ouco. Baltzer & DOdds. if, you should havo unfortnuatelyjoined A. Crow, near OaUon, died Monday SaCsKlllJlFfl1 . L " -II Vhon'h Book Stokk. ZM Tn jy somo assessment Society, or other r iif Tho ladles of tho Episcopal Chnrch morning, Nor. 31, of consumption. atWhen your attention has leeii cheap Insurance concern, nnd Union City Commercial-Courier- : Jno will hold their annual liuzuariu City tracted to a bargain by an advertise- hnvo siuco found it to bo a delusion nnd School Hnp't Wilson reports 27 pnli-H- llagan, or Hickman, was hero Sunday. Hall on week, Dec. Oth. Tho iMrltJJtm LIll9VaBBSSa4?lv Ham. Johnson, ment in our coluuius, oue of tho great- a snare, ns thav nil aro. and if it is not of Fulton season is upproachiiig when over ouo schools in Fulton Countv, and tho est favors von cau do us ls to tell tho yet too late you will find it to your ad nverago wageo of tho main teachers fU comity, ny., lussoii through tho citv who hits f 1 or a dime wishes to invest it Saturday, en routo to Hlokninn. Mr. to tho lcst advantage. We know that merchant tho fact when you go to vantage to consult r.. u. cuisou nuout per month, nnd of tlio females 1S. M, B. Shnw, n promiueut merchant of mnch timo and thought has been ex- buy tlio goods. Hundreds of sales are It. Max Owenby, n Union City lwy, lilekmiiii, who has tieen hunting iu ponded, as well us ram talo displuyed, E. R. Ellison is tho Special Agent for made puroly through tho medium of uevhnnper advertising, but as custom- tho Mntual Lifo Insurance Company, of wiw wreHttst in Padncnh, eharwisl with Arkunsas the .ist two weeks, ti.tsseit In order to make the collection alluring, robliliiK liis roommate. Tho young tiiun, thniugh hero Saturday on his war homo, parueniuriy to tno younger, ers M'lilom refer to haviug seen the ad- Now York nt Hickman, Ky. iieo' is highly esteemed by many who know. T. T. Hwuyuo and Bob (Ion filer, ol plo. Tho leading feature will be n largo vertisement, the nowspupor gets no Hickman, wero in tho city Suuduy. him. credit in the premises. Merchants aland varicsl assortment of dolls of every THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR ways like to know if their uds. nro Tho first Quarterlr Meeting for The Lord willing, tho reuular ser typo, from tho strawberry Monde to tho Is every woman's right. drawing tnulo, however, and not only Hiakman Station, M, 1. Church, will vices will bo held next Sunday, ut tho rich Circassian, arrayed lu the most bo- ourselvm but tho dealer would bo pleas WHEN lm held 011 Jan. 31th nnd BOtli. Iter. W. BuptUt Church. Sunday School at 9 :'!) witching costumes, tho purchasing of Most of her life is iKLsaed thero it is your duty to make it ns pleasant ed to have you mention tho fact when-ove- r D. Jouklns, tho new Presiding Elder, a. 111. tToachiugiiiii ?sih. m., uutl 7 AM) ouo of which, lu lull dross, will span) yon havo been induced to moke a yy-1.!t much vntnuhlo timo to many mothers nud cheerful us possible , p. m. "Tlio yoo of Christ" will lw win im) present. purchase through au ndvertLsoment. material euros on hand. ""scussoii nt tlio morning scrvico, nml who havo moro Is) The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! stMrV.. lirini. n?ihfnr ..i,i i.'.,r,iiinr.. in everyone who thinks thnt It is hard to Thero will ulso other dcpuituiuuts, or repairs. Export iivul ,. Ohristl in life uro iKtriiillv nivl. booths ononovotea mainly to embroidassignFe'sIotice, Your Home ,,0U W,,h MWl,- eries and n choice selection of novelAND : another LA ROE PAGES EVKUY ties iu Ohlna nnd mtis .mil nespaicu. B Having qualified as assignee, any nnd HiKeinl semioii to jouug women, on tho WEEK FOIt ONLV all persons holdlug claims against It. S. It is iitiiumnoed that tho fleet llttlo I subject "Buth." Eyery yonug woman consisting of uprous and gloves for doftpJLaWWa with tho eyo of a stranger how Murrell are respectfully notified to Ulo mestic pnrixiMW. dust caps nnd other hteamor, Tho EU, will do put in us a, is invitoa to tins service, does it look now? Doesn't a little articles of general utility, not to mou-tioRepubllr. (be bait teuersl newipsper prloltd In Ihe Tb the same with mo, properly provtd Daily packet from Hickman to Cairo. W. W. Iloit.vnn, Pastor. shubbmcHs npH4ir horo and there bat's fur clothes und haso. and to law, worlil, ooQUiniDX all tha oews In right pages office lu Knltou, and Tbs Republic It will lonvo Hlokmnu ut 7 a. in., und wouldn't a llttlo newness brighten Ky. ThU Sept. nt my 18U8. "Tho geese nro Hying over," which shoes nud things und cupld's winirs. Made! Mtanne on ys.r for 31. SO. 29th, return Hay 7 p in. ARE IN DEMAND. things up wonderfully f means thnt wo uro iu for n hard winter. Last, hut not least, will bo "sweets for Tha Republlo Bundsy Mugsilne wi tbs nvwap.ptr iicccsa of 1S97. A W. P. TAYLOR, uu old snpcrHtltiou und Atle.ist of Npcrlal Far Children. geese nrothis ls convenient tilings to base thu sweet," lu tho shape corndelicacies&o. Assignee of It. S. Murrell. ham. journsl of the best clsn, IB Inrgs pagen every week, I pages ol fun, 14 homo-madrnudy. rxm very balls. sH)0-la- l page of the brightest and beet reading printed. Il oontalus more (Oiiinniay,; win imi COME AND GET IT HERE, All those most commonly used in this a proyhesy on, becanso, if it should This plotures soil csrtoone llisn were ever sllempted in ny olber publlcallou. opouiug Day for Cliristmiis Holiday out to bo Incorrect thu fuult can Is) turn same is tho third Bazaar glveu under tho FiUjf1r-OlTTtF.T- . easbcsiioak for maiiugomeut, ami we Moro nJteJ writers and srlUts oontribule to Tbe Itcpublio Magmlue thto to iu any shape or stylo you wish. BciiE.fDKH'. Gooils nt ily put to tho crudlt of tho geeso the occasion tho same succitH uwanled any other Weaiern publication. section ot tho country cau be Mr. Porter Kirk, ono of tho gallant without fear of thom coming bank to the preceding oiies, uuil truly bono thut Tbe Msgailue will b eoU ouly In connection with lb What U known as tho Campbell farm, K soldiers of 3ml Tunuossoc, is nt home ou argue tho question; Howbver, it tho what will seem a diwim to tho little FOUND AT Sassafras ltldgo, 8 miles below Hickpubllo, but Ii mailed separately each week. a furlough. Ono of his comrades recent- geeso know their business this year und maid will not provo a night muro to tho man, 'J2H acres cleared, 3 tenent hoasos, Addreea all orders to ly ut homo said of him "Porter Kirk is old tlmo weather prophets should lie lorinir uiiiinn. it win Do onen from 3 ..sna-raaa bo rented for money or corn rent. ra.Mar.LS wi aj.. atuiiia, lam j ouo of the lRt and most popular men right, wo may look forward to somo o'clock p. in. until 10. Further uotlco ni. ai Stephens & Smith. iwill to wm. Pkuuy. Apply Swayno's Drag Store. ILaa- rIn onr regiment." cold woathw very soon. in next issue of tho Courier. -- -i 1' ! tv" ,i,.i mJkiimii.mtJi : lw) &gj Dressed Mer, iwlllhuhouiitilnl. Th advertising harvest U litre. If your seed wis properly planted, tl.o Held rarofully cultivated, and tho crop Is given proper attention, tlio harvest Hickman Reminisceuco, Editor Courier :T( nottlon dlipnto, GoDuentratioo. ttkllll... rl ill jal.d nhitiimfmmuimtirrjtVmiiirit vi iV.t...nni I'nbllghers' Annoanfemenfa ft is with plcnsuro thnt wc call yonr ftt tenion to the announcement of th extfaonlinaryoffermndobr tho publish' ers of Tho Amerlrao, Nashville. Tenn., which nmM.in( In this puper. Tho offer Li this i For one Dol lar, yon get Tho American, pnblishcd twice a week, from tho date you tab Hrribo nntil Jan. 1st 1000. In case yo wish to avail yonrsolf of thta offer mmd iu your snlMcriptlon to this office. Ed, Scml-Wocly Hrooksviuj:, 1'i.a., Nov. 31, 18f9. rTitnf7?mmmmm!H!!UfHnTfftnmmntmmmmmn!mK Builders' Material L P. &W.S. Ellison Jtnlibitu nro plentiful. Mr. II. 0. HfckiiiHn, ono of onr nmnlenr sport-imkilled twenty.fho hint week: nnd nml Joliuuio i'l1 .a'!'.ljr,,B Km uuiz miieu sixteen. Clly merchants wind out drummer to get thu country trade. Enterprising conn try inerchnnts muni out udvertlso-tnout- s for tho s,imo purpose. Ouu is n indispensable no tho other. The steamer P. D. Ktnirim hmmrlit Jin W.OOO feet of cednr lumber for IHekmnn, Ky tho cciliir to lie used for building a feneo nronnd a purk nt Hick-nmsays tho l'uduotth Register. The passenger oars nro expected to rflmnKWoairivlntfmia from tho new river dex)t tho latter part of next week, if tho weather Is fuvorublo for completing tho new turn table, &c. A' A Vm nt Hlrkmnn, nud J. M. Alexander, of l'ulton, jH'rformed aanccossful surgical on tho youngest )tou of Mr. ami Mm. Jeff -u, Alex-mill-M- Ytur .. am rcqueHted to iwk you to decide it by unawcrlng thu following qmtiou i lot. When did the wharf-boa- t nt Illrknuiii burn, on which Jim May lost IiIh life, mid who win on tlio lxi.it at thu mmio tiuio nml erwaped, mid lu what manner did they liiakn tholr wcajKj? Vml. When did tho iiluvutor burn, nnd what othur property wna Onnnxl ut same time? Pleiuo Kivo mo all the facta and datu couuoctcd with both ovent. B. D. TltOXAHO. Iiwirer. Tho burning of tho Kailroad wlinrfliont ftt Hickman ocenrred Alon-da- y nlRht, March 1870. Tho Qro was ilUcuvcrud ubout 1:80 o'clock. In It four lives wero unppfwed to bo lost; Mr. Jiuucs May, tho wharflioat watcn man, and Cupt. Ww. Campbell, certain, nad two unkuowu trninpn who wero known to havo born on tho lioat. , An IrUhmun, Jere Hyau, wm ulso liui)iiueii m lost, wnicn nroviil to bo a mLitako, Jro himself nfterwards ay. in that he knew it wiw n Ho na hoou m ho aav it In the Hickman Courier. Air. Clin. DonRliiss, tho wliarf.bout clerk, nnd n Mr. Comntoek, telegniph opera, tor, who Ment on the btMit. mado their iwcapo in tlieir nlxht clothed, loslnjr all tneir ciotniuif, watehea, Sea. They inwlo their iwcajxi thniUKh n window In their room, loaned trom tho cnbln to the deck KnanK nnd from thereto tho nhoro on par. Mr. May, who won lost, had i Rotten partly thmtiKli n wlndovf, and "j"" reunuiw wum fouol cUder- "uiiiinK wnaiCTer WBi round 1 ...Bargains o GROCERIES! FOR two-cente- L- -i. K . One Week Only ! . .. Twlce-n-Wce- i: uin Iiim-mIoi- E g :&$' " r.Tt23 Don't :3 S5S,U3)yorffet -- -- 1 ff "' '.. E2 23 :' 3 "s -- !! "Sf- - 2 3i. Chill Tonics, L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. Cough Syrups, uauuuiau.uaiauuauuiiiuus.uauuuiuiu.u.uiiami Toilet Articles. It! Opening Day. Particular People J. Lowney's Candies, Window Glass, Lead and Oil, y Chicago, 'Ip.-"!- K (Jommen-iaLConrie- V J"'"-ehnrgeo- J- '- Etogant Suits. Handsome Overoaatsami Stylish Pantalsons J m IQWdlllf. Swa tc. 1 Grocery Establishment Sat-nnl.- "'"S" j ,, It Costs No More e, To the Public. well-know- We Want Year Fail na MMIi I PltF.SiTN. &0i Cloak W plen-tlfull- y Stoves, Tinware and Groceries Ton-nes- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, St., Van-derbl- lt d s, Kg, y heru-to-for- J CTTIRBIieTa-- o fe V m - kind-hearte- wo-ma- Pretty Itome WHEN you Hiokman, S7. "WANT Groceries, 1 -- j Hardware, Queenswarfy, o y antt Fresh Meats., -- IjcifsordL goto -- t Brlo-n-bra- a Wat Blood Purifiers u Chill Tonics tfj WC eml-Kek- HI twlcs-t-wcc- Iy o blgh-els- is leml-week- ly aun nnruuiiiv, --- jiv t-- , a y. i r -- ,. - i .. 'a. --.- a. .sSTi'r u. ., i ..""r-..i- j,;.' fmivMat rjrsjpv.i.jFTWw.ijntiMurvi' . . ,....M..nnM.n. a.vssauN'uss r,,..nria,..w. -, , ... ' w.a.-- ' . ' W. - , r iWi.V-V. . ,...-..- v "-- ."' ' -- , .. j'i'tsrrTTT;.aTO?Tivrivr.Ti'STt.itigrrgit t 'i , EiLtVWiJmJVmiUMIflLX ajAk tkifMisi zzgr.-- - -- , iai.i . . ..'... ... t . s.. I X . , . .. n ' T ' - r ssii si wyrrHtTsssssai msmm ..'.' ' ,;v ;a.. . a r t ---- ' ' . .- 11 . ; . ' yutJi'j'Jitv.i!i.' "4u-v.iwwin-m-i ' ;it"w'i. '" n?. I i ''ia Lt . ' ' t . fc it- 4z . t -J -- I -- J- v &- - j.. t;. j -- "oBMaaMngsRSsases K JMim - - t"J .1 :i ,y7 f v J-- 4 t CURED TTUDENTS OF HAZING. jou mnl.c Hie human race moic can protccturntr, for the dnt time our The tlous about entering upon Hfetlm.' In CliJtin will If safe. Hitj-o- r nf n Soutliern Town Took Ikt Let people understand thut otrodttes Imposed on those pood men t.ntT In Ills Own llnuilt nntl tint Is not nn accominodntl-w- i 1'loucrj miitrlnge women In the them n I'litUHlmi. Dr. Talmagc Preaches of the Bright- and Kingdom vtlll iieerlieri'sumrt1,forour train that will let jou leave almost anyBlood Purlflod by Hood's Sarsnpa g lo nl where, but n through train. nil then guns will be too near Hong-Konness In Which It Comes. Mayor W, C Jcinlson, of Tuscaloofa rllla and Hoolth la Good. thej will not step on the train tiniest low the massacre of tnislonnr, settleAla., has taken It upon himself to break was n sufferer from catarrh. Ono o( Ihcj t'vpert to go elenr through to the ments. up hazing In the Unhcrslty of Alabama, my neighbor! advised mo to tnl:o Hood's tlir Clinsrn Snllon of On that map must be put the Isthmian hist depot. One brnxe nmn thlscoiung says the Atlatitn Journal. And he hni Karsaparllla nnd I did no. A few bottles Amrrlrn lint l tcntnr l.rnsra canal, begun if not completed. No long n Inter, rising ninlil the white marble cf Uoil M s'nrtcd lu this purposu In n most fcrcl inirMcd my blood nnd cured mo. 1 havo llrlilml II Clirlsllnnlts I LETTUCE EXPERIMENTS. bit nml determined manner. Ilatlslted lO.tngrs around Cnpc Horn far the jomler Capitol hill, could offer n rrso remained In pood health ever sIdco." Js. .Sirrmllnu. w 01 Id's lilerchnttdlse, but short Hint liitlon upon the subject of dltorce that Hie unhcrslty- - the other night nml soT. Adkixs, Athcnivlllc, Illinois. Him I tie t u el m lite tmi lie tint it n In le rely Hogged sciernl of tho student! cheap communication by water Instead could keep out of the nevt century (Copyright, 1S9S 1 iliiiir ill Alt SrnsiMis nf of t'petisle communication ly lull much of the fiee tovism and dlssolutt-ncs- s who participated lu the hnlug of hit I lie lrnr. which hnie cursed this ccnturj-- . Min, Allen .Jcinlson, who wns icccutly fiilninpe is n:i train, nnd more million will be added Is America's Orcstest Medicine, lit clx forts. This sermon of l)r Another thing flint w need to gel to our national wealth and the world's mill. put through the uiilti-rsltS9 cents. antidilution of things near nt 1. anil mm betterment thnn I lime capacity to cal- IHi'il up before the clock shall strll.e I.etliKC In Ihcilclnlly of lnrge cities Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. The innyor's son wos ireentty for urc. preparallon 12:3S:stirring cttr.ts; culate. Is sold by the pound nnd the point Is to 12 on that night of centennial transition The boyt in the unheriilty. "lliedilldreii te.xt. I Chronicles to ndmlnlster tt On (he map which we will put on the Is the espuUlon of wnr by the power of liilse us many pounds ns possible pet pioiuptly proceedt-A Ural Prise. Issnehnr, which tterc men tli'it h.! of I Allen the dote that has life accorded "If I had such a wife as Mrs. Negley I iimlcrslnndlng of the linn's, to Vn.tu crndlo on the new oenturj we miisl orbit ration. Within the next Hirer squiirv foot of bench sp.icc Tillthink I could be supremely happy." substantial "buck hnie very soon a railroad liHdge neros j curs we ought to hnie, and 1 hope wit' tlliuin experiment Million, lo determine to the new cadet to do." "Why, I don't consider her especially pood it lint Israel ouatit mode of raising lettuce lu the Ing." Btlng embarrassed and dis Bering e.tnilt, thoe 33 miles of wntei, hnie, what might- be called "n jury ol the best looking', and it is easy to see that she isn't Orcnt tribe. Unit lrllo nf let tr.ff.d nt Hit! treatment, young .leml-towhich shall render tent let tit greeulioiire Imiiiguriitid cry clever." .lo.il tnnlt tl"" census tlierr hit. not deep, mill they an- spoltrd wlih notions," A bench wns set I know, but when her husband starts to Intrrnatlornl quel tucc left the Institution. He returned Ilefoie the nliuaiinc Islnnds cnKible of holding the piers of nil controierted HJ.fSOO of them. lell a funny story she doesn't aumc the n great bridge lion. All elillUed nations nrc readj with phints, one portluil sl Inches howctcr, nflcr n lapse of n week, and And what with Amerlook of a martyr or try to change the sub- was iKirn, through nstrologlcal stutl.l for It. Hreat Britain with a tundlng upiirl riich wny and another piirtlon wns welcomed back with nnothei ject." C'e eland leader, they knew from stellar conjiinctloiis ica nnd Asia tluuA'onnrctril and railway, nnd a nillrond now tinny of 210,000 men,Pranec with a Ihrce Inches Both wrre cut wlien (hi "bucking." 'Ihe joung ir.nn, It. up nil nlioiit the srnsons of the jear. Utv Oer Ihlcker setting wns matured enough pears, returned home and reported the Mrnnnras Personified. fore ngrlciilturc become nn nrt tlict projected for the length of Africa, and stnudlii7 nrniy of 50,000 "Did I understand jou to say that dres were skilled In the rotslng of crops. l'.ilrstltie and rendu anil India and mnny with n standing nrmj cf CO0.000 fur tuiirkctliig nntl the thinner selling occurrence to his father, whereupon was a dream!" rou admired so much men. BusIa with n Kliuidlni; nrmj of still shiiut-i- l chances for further I tit Ihe elder JcmlsoiC who Is nn nliimnui Iteforo politics lircamc n science thej China and Burma Intersected with inquired Jlr.Smnkchart. tracks, all of which will be done tiOO.COO men. Uuropo with standing pruieint'iit. ("ontrnry lo espectnllons of tho Institution, equipped hlmsell knew the temper of mil loin, nnd when-eve- l 'Yes," ansucrcd his wife hopefully. It wns found that the thlektr selling with n horsewhip nnd went to the cadet ' ''Well," he proceeded very kindly, ' j ou they marched, either for pleasure before the new ccnlui) Is grown up, nrmles of aliout 3,500,000 men, tl United Stntes proposing standing gnlc th.' htiiilrr yield, being SO tiiince Uir racks nftcr midnight, after the keep tour mind on it when i on arc to sleep or war, tlit-- t mnrvhrtl under n d he wny will bo open to the quick to night and majbe you will dream one of hat glorious to the squaie ftMit ngnlnst II oiiuei's 'nnd cuingellzatlon of Hie nrmj of lOO.MO men. had been taken off and long nftci flap to7, sardine nnd jour oh n." Washington Star. idea, that of disarmament I hiit nu for the Ililn setting a guln oT titer SO the boy had retired. Aeeotillng to the But the chief characteristic whole world. The old map we nsed t Btitdy lo our boyish da,s Is dusty and emaiieitatlou of natlonsand. fnturles! percent. The sitting In lime ftu gum accounts he went stinlght to Hie rooms of thnt tribe of Isnclinruns tliot the For California Tonrlst. understood the times. They were tint on the top shelf or amid the rubbish of The crar of Bussta Inst summer pro- Ing the crop nnd Ihe Inorensed yield nf the three cadets who had been moil The llurlington Koutc has Weekly Tour are both In fnior of tin. thicker setting severe on his son and called them out i irt Sleeper recursions, personally con- like the politico.! nnd moral incompe- the garret, and so will the pivent map posed It In world resounding tinnlfcsto. A prominent fentui of the cvprrl upon the stoop. They were In (hell What nu Disarmnmcntt spiring ducted (by n HurlinRton.Koute Agent) every tent of our day, viho arc trying to of Ilie world, howcer glided and beauWednesday from St. ami f'Mar.r. iA guide 1S9S In ment wns lo transplant directly frnin night clothes, which were built of thin and lrc.iten descending throi-gh- . y the theories of 1S28. tifully bound, be treated, and nn en 1is Anceles and San Francisco. The route They Into small pots, then lifter n mntcrlal, nnd It Is said the mayor's looK1 at ,n? divine Indications tirely new mop will b put Into the some quarters the eiar's irAiifesto was seed is ia tfenver, Scenic Colorado, Salt like treated tilth derision, d ! wreold rrual whip ntultird the elluchiir .ity, with OS Vcr cent, sunshine throughout I n t'ier own Vnp''ci!lr crn ury. So I Infantile hand of the coming ceiitnr. r ,0 well with blood. The mnyor Is the year. AK Ticket Agent or write for) " ourlit..n.iimiaraimi4lh. 'irt. tint I fie vrH or uiut ceniuri uas ueen Hint he was not In earneit wheii he Umn-(h? iluien it lien Amertra im MooIoiiIm j lo get rcody. All the eurlh Is now free made It. I know peronallj- that lie did . cleseriiune foliler.tn n.,il. wrirr, ct 'tilted with hating executed the most J at. uouiB, uo. nnclturtl toirelher nlonir the Allnntlo to lliv (siel excent two lltll.- - mwIj. luenn It. Si ienm ngo he exprrssed to npprotcd Job of lutring that has been const, but the time when the nation one in Asia nnd one In Africa, while at me Hie snme ihcorj in ills palace nt kn wn ut the iinlierslly In ninny ndoy An Anlhorllr. Willie JIamuia, what docs making a bad dips one hand In the ocron on one the beginning of the century there Pctcrhof, he 'hen Iwlng on the wnj- lo It Is reiortril that two or three ol side the continent nnd the other hand stood the Chlnoe wall and there flamed the throne, t jet haimg reached it. meinl tl.tIW..tV.B.lsil HU thoic who were Implicated tn young l,. iJf-tg"You'd better ask your father, Willie." In the ocean on the other side the con the fires and there glittered the twordt His father, Viexander I!l then on the ,leiiil.,on's hazing have been dismissed fuuuaapolis Journal. tlnent; times which put Xew York thnt forbade cnttnncc to iinui islands throne, expiesscd to inc In his palnce Kk from the uuhcivity. vvo. Vorrows nnd the Golden Ilorn of the nnd lnrge reache of continent, llor the same s utitnenls of caee, nnd his E T Cnre n Colli In One liny r.,j Pacific within one flflsh of electric nrslnn cruelties and I'ijl Island canni wife, the lion empress with tears In GIRLS FIGHT A DRIDEGROOLL Tke faxativc Bromo Quinine Tablets.. All telegraphy: times when God li n mj- remarks; bnlisui hae gien wny, and nil the her ejes, .ud. In replj iikncii rott druists refund money if it fails to cure. ijc. , as posltlxcly, ns solemnly, ns gntc. of the continents nrv sw ung open "Your ma stj-- there never be anllr Unit .llllnf One nt Thnn anil plunge the puts Into the benih Dislocated by Scorn. "Is Glorinda proud, tremendously addressing us through with a clang thnt has been u poslluc other great war between hrlstlnn naItrrrlt nl it "Set rre llplllnu si with their rims hnlf Inch U.I011 the since she has been abroad!" "I'roud? She the dolly newspaper and the quick and glorious Invitation for Chtlstlau-Il- j tions." ' h. I hope there leicrwlllbc! llrr llunils. holds her head so high tint it hangs down roolutlon of ocnts as he cict adto enter. Telegraph, telephone nnd If there should rver be other great 1t1rf.ee soil. In this wny thenxitsnre her back." Detroit Tree I'ress. ball of iiuittcd dressed the nncIrrvtK or addressed u phonograph are to be consecrated to war, I am sure It will not start from this dlMi. bed but onei-niiOne suit of clothes Is generally lie lei el oiigh for n bridegroom on his wedroots nntl soil Is rttained itbi-1Th (Sovpel disseinlnntlan, nnd Instcud ol palace." The cold" keeps active the pain of Sciatica. Ihrougli the HoI. Scriptures. n boa carlolec of God In Providence Is nn Im- the voice that gnlns the attention of ding dny. Cieorge IMst-am-. St. Jacobs Oil drucs it out. What a boon to the world If Ilusila tuce l sent to nun kot. Insuring Its portant ns the voice of God In t pology n few hundred or n few thousand peo nnd t.trmanj and Ung-- ' d nnd Hie feel co dltlon for longei period Twti penter of Orange. N. J, needed two The path of rinbit inn leads to a Treat many for In our own day we linvc had our pic within the church walls, the tele Uultid States could saf llsband all crops wnc grown in this innuiier nnd t li n t tn which he hud urrnyrd lumsrl' political graves. Chicago Daily Xcws. Sinnls wlih thunders of the Alnilghtj. graph will thrill the glad tidings and their standing nrinles and dismantle sn fur u any tin the I ttucc cmil-- l for thcccrcmoiij lint Ing ruined by nnd Cnhnries of Focrifice.nnd Gcthsrm-nnefortrctM-- nnd sp k. Ihelr gunit be Irncts' the results welt In fin or of an Irate young woman whom he had their the telephone will utter them Ionian) Xothins so common as muscular pains and Hint swent great droi of blood, millions Oh, the Infinite ndvnntnge achej. St. Jacobs Oil cures. What uncounted niilliors sf dollars the unlir try method of shilling ntthrr thrown oter for his luteudtd. The girl thnn re In ubig the polH. winch Is nlsn hi quo lion is Miss Bote W truer, whom nnd Olivets of ascension, nnd Mount that the twentieth century hns oer itou'il be sated, nnd. morj than thnt, !u l Of all the letters in the alphabet, only two l'lsgnhs of villi what Is known regntd t Jason in had courted while ihe win vision. The what Hie nineteenth ccnturj had nt the wlnt a complete cessaiui of human (ipldcn Days. are O. K. hnndllng of ollu-- crops Lord who rounded this world- 0,000 Aliout six eahit-- r In a rrstnurnut. slaughter! What nn Inipnrtmmt of Ing storting! To trst mine of fciibwAtering. n weeks ago sho went to.lncl.soiulllc to the morals of nations! Ml it nn adopHard winter, hard aches. Hard nib wit n years ago and mil his Ron to redeem it in preparation for this coming cenl near 1 000 years ago Ima j rt much to do four iichrsilcrpt-- r .ict as nurse In the hnspltul tf Hit St. Jacobs Oil. Uasy cure. tion of that hlghrrand betlt manifesto liencb was niniiigt-irilth this radian t but ngoclreil planet. tury we hate time lu the intencnint which was set in music nl let down than would otherwise lie iitcessnry. Kctrnth nrmy corps, the niiitrrttur.ilit c nml oter the tnttom nnd Ihrce Int. lira brtwrrn lit rand Dascttm being that on May God make us likv the children f jears. lo glc some drdsbc strokes at from the midnight heatri of BethleCODLD NOT SLEEP. "which were men that had the scen or eight great evils that curse hem ages ago! The woi d has, got to up the side It wis llni-i- l nllli Hue 'I ho her reltirn Ihcy should lie married SI r the world. It would beun (isxiult and rtuc pnu is ilnst- 1 filled with ordinary ramc Imck lo trntnge a tliy oritoitro understanding of llmfs. to know Mrs. Pinkham Rollovod Hor of AU what Isinel ought the do." batter) upon the coming century b) eome lo this. theWhj not isohe It the soft brick (c) set rtlgc lliesc first nnd wns astonished to learn that en to nineteenth centurjT peroration of blow Her Troubles. cliipped tIT so the next cienlug Dascam was 10 tint The grnve of this cent ury will soon be this century If wc ullowrd the full Are we going to make o present lo the hud Hie lower nng of present evils to full upon the future. I hut II Tilg there ul sought Out Mr. Madoc Baucock, 170 Second roon Thrrradlecf nnotherccnlury will Wr ought nomebow to cripple or tulnif) twentieth century of reeking hospitals Hit bottom were uDm- - 0hii swict-- to- ruothcr.girlShe nt oner the two lay In where be rocked. There Is sotneihlng ciimr trusty friend and ami dying armies and hemispheric St., Grand Ilaplds, Mich., had ovarian, some of these uboniliiallon. Alcogether A tube was issi-- nlong the whII for the faithless carpenter Dm Do jon nam Hie hoof troublo with its attendant aches moing Ibis wttj out of the eternities, holism Is triumphant, and nrv we grateinrd? of other cavalrt horses on Ihe breasts tide of the Unrh etnteil iirtiuml tin rum tlrote up to the residence of b.s and pains, now eho is well. Hero something that thrills mv. blanches me, lo let the monster that of fallen men? Do 011 want other bar-le- derneath mid mining ip Ihe ir.tcniled, nnd n soon ns be strpjtrd j aro her own words: nppalls me. cctillnratcs me, has thnit tied this century seize ujmji soldt-rti- l was on from the carriage the girls set upon s the ornnge Ilea's gull.ed with whrcls of pun " Your Vcgcta me. It will wreaihe weddings. the ne.t without first haing filled Ins for It will carrhges? Do 1 011 want the sky g'ar-i- t The bench Is then tilled with soil oter I I in. In less Hutu n minute his I1.1t tins bio Compound has beat the millions of accursed hide with stinging arrows the brick. l he wjilcr Is run In through r sight, his coot wns lorn to liti-on- s s dlrfo for millions of ? g niih conflagration of other made me feel liko enough to weaken nnd stagger him? the liilio ami quickly distributes Hself and his nlw were soto from the bititti Alt, this nineteenth century a new person. ters of It will carry the gildid ban- We hnie wasted about 21 )car. How grmlualty tilt inlnrtl uion Idln by MIsh M'errer. wl o bilghtcst mornings ami the has seen enough of war. Make the de- orer the liotlnm beBefore I been waiting for black fl.is of darkest midnights. The so? While we ha ilgorously wielded n stout belt wltlin termination that nootherecntiirj shal' sorbid by the brick uiul slottly mMgan taking it world will play up lo the soil ntroie. The guuge (h) hraty butklc. Dnscom finally nmdehls grand march of its the low of the land to prohibit intotl-c:mIt. I was all run heroes and soundthe rogues wc hue done little to quench be blasted with sIiums I lie depth of water In the rlnc eteae Into the carriage, the diltrrof the march of r.ot be grand if on the first doj down, felt tired Its the thirst of appetite In the alatc nnd of Will It ut nil times Wutrr Is Introduced which dashed nwny with the bride cowards. the twentieth century 'lie lnst will nndslccpj'taost hilt or break Otlur processions may u whole generation. Wier-ntof through ihe lube (li). down nnd testament of the crootn. In nn hour he had relumed, of tho time, the procession led bj cr fall lack, but the public and enthusiastic meetThe results from I his method of hating uirnntlme mauagctl to obtain n shall be opened am' it shnJJ b bad pains in ttiadily on and will tint badertnocs ings thnt used to be held 30 jtors ago bate been more satisfactory suit of clothes which flt'rd He onco soon te I ere. It found to read: "In Ihe Jinr tf Ocil my bade and for the one purpose of persuading the coronatloni. the mrrfnge nnd wns I. the dying eenlnrj,J? nuike thnn win hoptil for. II linn been ummI mere side, and nucb v'll prrside ocrliAil ID 1 l,lmnnd de- ymlllj; nnd imriillr J HI ntil aiul ol.l lliul allien. l.it will and lesfnmeat I giie for cnips of lettuce nml linns 'Die drlirn to the bride's home, where Hie ililn m.v tcrrlbla llirniirir.riil. The Iwcntlelh cenlurvorI lftra"lf driuk I olsonous and cl.iinu )mr III tlictireticiil ndiaptagrs lime " headaches the hilstlanrra. ,B2 When will we learn Hint we must and bequeath lo my heir, the twentieth thnn fulfilled In practice. It Ihiti mote ttrdding ceremony proceeded. Is wp nm. rsn.! peace of swords, 'all the time, Whit may wc opcet of It nnd how educate public opinion up to a prohib ccnturj, direct lo be nationi; Into I flH"Tfclr Hint the stiillon has no hesita, whlc'i I beuten RUMOR OF AN ENGAGEMENT. 1 andcouldnot shall wc prepare for It me the momen- itory law or such n law will not sPas??r-?J- . tion in my lug that for some crops in. mu-and spears, sleep well tous questions I propose now todlscuso. or If pawed will not be exe- lurried Into pruning which urn i rl.be particular It will be found of thrgrrnt fttp NniiM nf Silas liny tlnrlet, liner hooks: nights. I alcuted? God grant Hint all state and to be changed s In f.irrllles human ratbity Is rsl aihnntnge mid profit 'Ihe elm Into sclioolhour) llrirrts, nml lliv llarl tif ni so bad ovarian by nil srnetlty ami l.lndll-nis- s nntlonnl legislatures may build up fortress s to be rebuilt into churchf. jiIkiuI njst of preparing the Hlirtltrsliurs Are Cunnrrleil trouble. Through an Impassable wall, shutting out flic 11 ceiilx per square foot, is considerand foicmnltj and cnre nnd hopeI the adrico of a fulness, ko ought we prayerfully, bopo-ful- alcoholic abomination. But while we and order thai greater honors In- pi l able, lull ihr yield nnd The probable engagement Nrcirtcd friend I began unit for that let us. in our homes, in out on those who rate life than upor iho mps u III spceillly Imlant-- the iin'iistrloiiblx. confidently pro-raof lls .Mny Cot Ict nnd the earf of thenseof LydiaD. schools nnd our churches and on our who destroy it. And If amid the 1101 for the mhrr.t of n new ccnturj. Ihe nrningemrnt Is shown In the Shnfleslnirj. peace now iillainri) those tin PinUham's Vege- - The nineteenth century trust not trent pint forms nnd In our newspapers per Ing cngnitliig. -- American ills Liorht Is, pcrlmps. Hit' greatest nations, Spain und Turkej--, do nut slop ta'jlc Compound, He twintlcth c.n its nriir.nl as the sonde the people lo stop taking heiress In America. When she lit 13 their cruelties, let Ihe other iiati.ins Agriculturist. niui smco inning eighteenth centur.i treated stimulant unless prescribed b.i bandtd together, cxtemporle a p ! ee years rid nhe trill Iwvc nbsoliilp control it all troublcsha vc cone. Jly montlily ord then persuade phvl-cian- s force to wipe those Our century Inherited the phisli-iansol n fortunt of $50,000,000. She Is now MODEL TILED bEKCH. countries oil th tlc!:ne3s used to bo eo palnf j1 , but havo w rct-lnot to prescribe It If In all the doof two rrioluticns and the hi-- I only IS. I or the present she nnd her nations as a wet sponge wiper not had the slightest pain since taking trvtilions of age. minions of therapeutics there mny lc map of boj I roliicr lutic to ckr out sin esistenccon I'liaat-srAit rcund lis cradle Trills from n slate at sohopl n hard sum your msdicinc. I cannot pralso jour stood the armed reuru some other remedy. jl Hie Income of $lo,Ott),HlO in charge of ssfossIh in arithmetic. This last will I sign and tniilfiBo liter tliiVegetable Compound too much. My Ij ninnies; the "reign of of old world Oh. sale the .lounginnn cf . Still tlfiu-lirsand seal and driller on the 31st dai of Dr terror." trustees. husband asd fricnd3 ecc such a chango Ml Bobciplcrre. greet the coming century with n fltl.il lioclet nnd the carl are nl prcs la me. I look so much better and havo j lo;tln' bis lis horrors: the Jneobin wave of uttlomil redemption! Do not cember, in the year of our l.nrd l'i.)ii diabolism: all the ciiilizrd nations of earth wi d all Klorbtf nml lliort who are Intrreittd ent tlslllng the curl's sister, tho kocc color iamy face." club, wiih Its whole iilc the put ujon the cnidlc of the twentieth the glorified nations of llcairn witness- 11, growing llowtrs can easily 111, ike o countt-of Mar nrid lirllle, nt AII0-Mrs. I'lnkham invites women who aro rul'lolli!?. chopping lis beherdments. century a mountain of demijohns nntl ing." iiouse. In Plfrshlrc She is n beautiful tiled uei't-l- i which posscset rrmnrt-nb)- : 111 to write to her nt Lynn, Mass., for The ground iial.l!i-- f with the grcnt bier barrels and nun Jugs and put to But what we do as Indllidualo as rdtanl.igi-- oter Hie old soil benches, nnd brllllint woman, mid is cnrtit'stly advice, which is freely offered. Its bifant lips wretchedness, di'cnsc. guns rf Marengo. Wagram nnd s churches, as nations, as continents we fir If tLc first roil of the lllrd benth is 4t rltlng to bring about ht-- brotlicr't All Europe in coinulsion. sli murder end abandonment In rolution must tiotcry soon, if wc want the trans fioui 21 per crnt. lo 30 pel cenl gr ltr ang.igciucnt to Mlsx tloelet. a V .ir, reform that nrmv cf Inebriates i 011 from century to ccnturj to be u than the troo len briicli, it Is it grnt vn n co'i-- f . ritne ouict. but tl e ipiietners He Is 2y j com old and pood looking of dnlh Africa hi the cltltc Ills only fault is said lo be an ixcrstttr cf the "Ah," .1011 sny, "it ennnot be done!" worlhj transition, for.' hear the t f dial chrnper In the end. and the rm-llsl.nr tnde. i"rilcaii rncp:cs in full Thnt shows thnl jou will he of no tte ntlcutinu tn light opem. theopproachlng"c,enliir jnd the ere moresntlsf.iclory, Mlule His family la ancient and famous. ir scalj lug I.nlies lifted. The In tfic work. "O je of Utile faith!" clattering hoofs cf the hosj il . ids en is perfect nib ihe soil will mi dry j fl nnd poierti struck people Awnof hack in rarlj times Pre'ident Ia-iIIt has bten n custom Wall liristlai so completely as wlih the bench n lb n The first carl was lord clianccllot nl XSt3 Princeton college, one daj found lauds for pvuple to keep wnl h in'gl-'- . wooden botl-irlcn sweating under the debt of 'Ihe benches re.t on Bnglaud In the reign of llmrles II. Ho man In utter una also one of the proprietors of the ri.0i 0, which the rcioliitlonnri atl.rall of strong despair because' of the as on old yeargoes out and n iv y;,r ot placed four feel upnrt; Ihe 3 fHrswiS" Si wnr li. d left u, drink The president comes In. People assemble In unliss pieces nrc two by four Inches am1 the J.irollnas In America. T lie prt sent lATaicoirr1 ato them. Wasldngton lust " Or AV said to him: "Sir. be of good finer. 'si f(ore to Hie long s1ee.ol Mount Ver-10- You about ten o'linck of that fast ght of stringers upon which ihe lllcs rct are tiirl's grandfather wok the greatest can be ruicd. Sign Hie pledge." the ( M year, nnd to S;nd your address on ." posUI and philanthropist in Hnglaml, ard ll.e nation in beroaietr.cnt. they lime inn is and rhn two br four Inches. 1 he tiles uit-we will send you our J5Bpage lllus- The turl has n splendid old country tin Purr tliechairiplonlibertlne.be-ro-nl- i "Ah," raid the despairing .Ictltri, "1 song, and srrmonsaudcougrai laimns Jj trateJ catalogue free. 1 mansion, St. (lllcs house, in Dorset5 fcon aftci i!cc president. Th? haic often signed the pledge, but Ihaie until ihe liiimls of thcqliurchi ock shire. He owiik about 21. WO acica of rent of the L'nlled Slotes only alwnjs broken my plidgc." "But," WINCHESTER REFEATIN3 ARMS CO,, reach the ftjure 12, and ihen all vT-ilB'''Sa'jlgB ,JStKj land. most of the phllcso-phir- s Ealil the president, "I will be jnur boii in silent prayer, and the scene Is n 1J0 VTInchMter Are., HE V7 nAVZN, COlf If ,g tn r j J r.'d Ktatrstncn ni d goicrnments strength to Keep the pledge. I wi'll be miglitilj Impresslic, until the lock in Ilrliiiillllun nt n Tumults Slrrrl, your friend nnd with n loilnir nrm nitof Hit eirlli prophesying It would le a tower of the church orjhi c!o U In King street, Westminster, says the i'Jspr.1 foil e. No foundling around you will hold jou up. When the lower of t lie city liallsi ki - 12 fWtMMMTWHfmWWW' I.oudou Mail, is lu process of demolilaid ut night on the cold rleps of n ,iour appetite burns, nnd .1011 feel thnt nl ihen rise and ulngjwltl sniil.ng tion. Here illicit many iiotnblo UJA ni.ir.ii.ii. to be picked up In I he morn- jou must gmtifj it. come to inj house. and Jubilant totce thf gi ir.lilox Including Olirer Cromwell, peenr off thnn tlilscentury nt Sit down with me In the study or with olnift. and there is a shaking! f hands ing viis the earl of Dorset, Sir Thomas Kuyvctt lis u.itlilty. The United Slates gos.crn-liun- t the fnmilj In the parlor, and I will be all .11 011 rid (principally famous for the capture of had taken cnh 12 ctrps on Its n shield to jou. All that I can do for Bui whut a (remindous nab li night vrjr?.-ir?sz"JL- i-fiuy rnttkr),TLomasrarcw, pot-- and grwi juurm.i. its condlltitlon Inning been ion ullli m.i books, my s.i m pa thy, my the world Is soon to celelirale' This courtier; the second Lord .Vorth and TZZlt BJVI'Hia'iiSiiilULV-experience, my society, my love, my century fpytird Jn I76'J, and moft of the M will depart at 12 o'clock of Hie many others rqurlly familiar to th nt ourfroi-rrnir.cr- .t money, I w III do. Von shall forget jour 31st of December of the m 'of the ecrlh l.uigl-ctear tt'OO. Pmj &r students of Kngllsh history. In its first attempts to walk appetite and mnstcr It." A look of hope What a night &13. that will bf" whether glowed on the poor man's face, ami he alone or moonlit or ilnrl with (nn-pesffi I Tfiv.u "Sir, will 3011 do all thut?" starlit It will jS" The birthday of our nineteenth cen-tu- rtplled: THE MARKETS. besucho lasijouiind occurred In the time of war. Our "Surely I will." "Then I will 01 neter saw. Those who the UIIAIN He klgned the pledge nnd Kept ClMIKKATI. NOT SB. run KIXHtlSId1 Tii.Ks Capt. tmall Uultid Stales naiy, und-MVKSTOf IC rnttle.roiiuiian tJ IW Hf. 3 rt it. That plan of President Davis whlcli coming In of the nlneternth century iii:nciii:h TniNton, commanding the frigate Con4 III I 3.1 long ago went to their Selfci I'uirtcr. untof tlml. ( AI.VJ-.0 " fulr 10 cooil lllit. stitution, was to collision with the saved one man, tried on a largo Here and there one tn'l . ,. ic the two inch 101 ( J '.'I may be two or three-Incwill saie n million men. ' rcrcli frigates It Vengeance nnd .1 .11 J S Ailsct jsirllrrs who 8 31 It 3 r I.lulil slilpiiurs Alexander tho firent made nn Im- yet they ornie too s.m u.ls century, being slightly preferable, but the flnsuigrute, and the first Infant cries were Ii.fui e to appre3 31 rL a ; enters to much more tpnee foi the Surti-.-- l s- hole perial banquet at Babylon, and, though of this centur.i were drowned In the :j $ A 5 ciate the nrrli.il. But the watch ionic amount of cost thnt they nre I.AMHfitmlly HO roar of nnvnl battle. And political he hart been drinking the health of night of which I UKAI.V On these Til neighborin M'heut No .'rtn'.new much morn economical. strife on this continent was the hottest, guct till one night nnd nil the nest hoods and towns and on,!-- , nnj contiNa 3 rid benches lite Inches of soil Is placid, ns 'urn NaSmtied the parties rending each other with day, the kecond night he had 20 guests, nents nudiences will nsstu t)it No." i.ieand bow the drainage Is so rapid that tills depth pnntherlne rage. Theblrthdaj present end he drunk the health of each In Ilm No.! Then, culling for the cup of of prajer, waiting for the ,nt breath can be safely used, and drplh Is con- HAY I'rlm to hnlco of this nineteenth centur.i was itiiper-utlothe dying century, ui M,cn the sidered dtslrnblc whcie the la S Jtcss noilt Hercules, tho glint, n monster cup, he clock shull public unrest, threat of national I.ant strike 12 there H be a to make n special Hal, hollow tile for IIUI'I Kit Choice it dry Tilled nnd drank it twice to show his 13"i demolition and horrors national and and nn oieriihcltnnaiiesuch of . t'orlsts' use. If made with plenty I'rluie toclinlie international. I adjure 011, let not the endurance; but as ho finished Hie last as hnie not been felt for J m Mi c,d to fancy ... sand In the day to make It parous it Celebrated for more than a 131 twentieth century be met In Unit awful draught from the cup of Hercules, the then nil the people will ar,- - years, nnd would make a good bench for (lowers I'OTAIDKS l'er bbl..... and chant CHICACO. century as a delicious, nutriway, but with all brlghtncM of tempo- ginnt, he drojiped in a fit. from which he the w elcoine of a new cent 0( j0y and and would perhnps be more conteolcnt rr.OlMI-WliiUji t 3 40 qt tious, and flesh forming bevral and religious prospects. ntier recoiered, Alexander, who had sorrow, of triumph nnd th OtIAIN Wlirut-S nil . . 0f happi- than drain tile. Scientific Americnn, Nn. rirsl, let us put upon the cradle of the conquered Snrdls and conquered erage. Has our well known ness nndi woe, nnd nclghi., riI00d win rOHN-N- o. ,..... ; new century a new map of the world. conqueied Aein shako hands with ClATsi-N- u .' ft 3T Apiiles from Voiiiiu Tree. the world, could not conquer church with church,nelghi.nrhood, nnd YELLOW LABEL The old map was black with (00 many roitli .Mens a t si .trdi , nltholty, Tho lirst few crops of apples Hint a I.AItl- - Mourn U I U' red with too many himself, nnd there is a threatening and continent with barbarisms and on the front of every package, ct.i NKW YOitIC slaughters and pale with too mnn.i suf- peril thnt this good land of oui s.hai lug hemisphere with hem nent, and loung npple tree bears nre apt to be of and our ri.OUIt- - Winter imtenl 2 a ptierc, nnd large size, but poor keeping qualities. iKi ferings. Let us sec to It that on tnt conquered all with whom It bus ever earth with Ileaien, WIIKAT NivilreJ t ii'i at the ktupendous Is extra map, so fur as possible, our country gono Into battle, may yet lie 01 "La Belle Chocolatlerc" wsi n Ml.'I departure nnd the inajet,a arrhal. The Is grow slc fast,usually because the COHN NiWinlstU Ing nnd furnishes more HYK by the cup of the giant till of .Mny u villi bclliiiigont-o.-itree from ocean to ocean Is n. Christianized ' on the back. s toieethe snp Hun the fruit set can use to tho best (Mir Mlrisl Jtett the laud that Hercules of infamy, solemnities-an- d l'Oltli Ne UTS 0 10 ui continent schools, colleges, chun-licJoin In tie ,ongs and r lt Hinge. Besides, In n young, ISONB OTHER QENUINB. IiAIUJW'ettur u to and good homes In long line from occm slrong drink, Do not let the staggering shake hands In the congnnulntlons of HAM IMOItK. tree, though there tuny be bench to ocean bench. On that map and lilnuted nnd embrutcd host of thai watch night or If bttnFpn l'f.OI!lfariilly 5 M fiOM this nnd many blossoms In spring, most of OHAIN"ruiillli Cuba must be free. Porto Ilico must drunkards go into the next century Hint any of us should TI'.H JIV ir and nway these urc drowned out, nnd the blossom Smitliernwlirat be free. The archipelago of the Phil- looking for Insane nsjliims and almsMidt only by may we be Inhabitants of i(,at f nrn Mtiul land t'nlls lo set. This Is most opt to happen 3Si ai be free. If cruel Spain houses nnd delirium tremens nnd disippine! must OltHNo, i ulilte 3,' 1(0 where ".t thomnnd yenr nre ns one WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. f rxpecls by procrastination and In comes ut blossoming time Hie No 3 Wester 1 Intrigue honored grates, tiny." and In the presence ,f hat angel when i"'i - I'lrst iiuulllj 3 W it, 4 II DORCHBSTCH, fHSS. (0 gat back what she But wc baie known wtirni, tliy nenlher rA'ITf.K'I crn are thuusnndb of mnrilrd peo- spoken of hi the 5 aw ISrtSLISHIO ITSO. then the warships Iowa and Indlnnn ple who urc unhappy unit the; ought end of the world Apocaljp., ull0 nt the at blossoming to cause the fruit to I "I HmASAl'OI.IS it rt liAAAii AsAAiAAsAAAAAAAAaAAAAAiiAsAlAA siai.t.' n with one Indicating t.'iat too much poorly, and Brooklyn and Texas and Vc sin I us neier to hate twildcd. Thit iwij ui-ifoot on the sen nnt'i the "uYfoot on k In , Corn No i inursl the shunt piodiited nt li.nl an cf. sap it Wi Top Snap FISH TACKLE and Oregon in its t be sent back In or Ihcj were ihcj the land. "Mvear by Mini (Jills. No 3 uiltwl ,, IPOkTwMlM bl .I.III1. it C'lupleie southern waters or across tolhecuail wrre fools, or they wereciuq ill ir tllni-pit- eicr nnd eit-- that tlniw Him Uvvtli for ftcl us too much min outside If young b, I.OUItVIbI.11 llouUU MM. hi .IIIHT that! be r.6 apple lien beiir profusrly ami grow of Spain to silence the Insolence, at t!t. en An 1 nrncwrrn 3 7J Q I oo ...,,, or hung by curl, or irmrled In lonyer " 6ffi9" 3 rci...., fruit irs nutii inc tiortnni He or the 4ll.6t .t IXISOTt- oldtdly ip last summer liny sJienoed joke, or ctpt-cteforttiup r.nil II did rorn-- M ,, xM r71uty It li Jfll lo look fprelieiiots ..19,.,',7.I1WI, .. Oflitobnl Colon ami Oniinnlo urn! not I'Oine, rr L'noil hnblts turnrd lo . Ih rtninnjMiio tjo.ooo pfopit- finploymt ' cf llm ImnliM nn llu1 IniiirtiMiIiPuiiiif. no"' r0lll-, .... Mori NCWpiicoveRYifivN 1'trm Ard Vlrt)n,vn, Whfit vc Miilitllty, niui Itrticc Dip iloiiirllo "" meioriri Uiinu iU0,C0 nM Aiitei kiln CiiHliuior. ' ' wrfpk W mY p ,,,M ' W11 f "V una fit'nin. Catarrh Cured 'I DAWN OF A CENTUIIY 11 millionaire confcMttl the secret of hit success in tito wonlt ii.trd ttoik. Iles.iij he nut in the best putt of hit life 111 Riindis clollut nml IoIiir hesltli. nml mur lie nai uttinff in the other hnlf in upending dollars lo set bark health. Nothing equals Hostel-t- t r s Stomach Hitters for intorinit health to the ourlitf J boily and I11.1I11 ll nets at llifl H.irtliirf point the stomach -- and oiritomrs A ft Cnnfesslnn nf .Mllllonnlre. fiailSlchl Htiil Weill Many persons have tliclr Rood day and tliclr bad day. Others ore about half tick all the time. They have headache, backache, an J ate restless and ncnous. I'ood docs not taste r,ooJ ""1 the digestion Is poor; the skin It dry nnd sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no test and work li a burden. What Is the cause of all this? T-i- ln Ilie-Oli- indigestion. rvou.nc", slcepleuest, dyspeptla uj Hood's Sarsaparilla Unit lis t'sra. neural Mrs. Walt -- Don't you find jia nn awful amiuynmef I pet ued to P, more or Mrs 1'otts-lll- i, less, ami, nlnais r.ct the leiultr-es- t t nf the stenk when my tcith aie lmlinuapolis douinal, lame. )ur 1 pit-ii- 1 11 11 11 Nfii-lia-Whe- - 11 Hull's 'Hits I Wc offer One Humlm! Dollais ttrttntd for nuy eneof I'ntnnh that tunnot betuieil bv Hall's (.'.ittilli fine. I' .1. t heney st ( n , l'iops , InUtlo O. We, the iimlrrncned, luic knoitn r J, Clieiier fur ll.e hst 1,1 years, nnd belute'ilm nil bltiitu 1 Ihititiii ti.Miuiu'.tt. t ions and Iiimiii mlly nb!e to (.my out an) nl 1l1u.1t mm made b) their liini West .V 'I max, Wholnale Diuitguts, 111 Impure blood. And the remedy? ( y rail-rtn- d l)riiiitits, Tolnln. O Hull's fatsrth flirt- a Isken acting ductile Umiii the IimI mul mucous I'ncc 7.V per lwl sutfai-eof the swum tie. Sold by all Drowtitts luliioouials s Wnldiini, Klnimn Marvin, Wholesale free. 1 Hall's l'amih IMIs nre the three-colore- ecu-Unc- i 11 ople snpreeiate the lrr. few lortanee of dnin ,t thing right in the lint place. At Jnson (BMte Vry AW; sJp - Cherl: f'M ind Bronrlntis witli Hale's Honey of Ibueliouud and Tar. 1'ile's Toothathe Drops Cute in one minute. wnr-men- lMlly Nrwt, It's pretty hard for some men to kern thw'r down to their inctmiis tlneapo 1 scrmtmwrfifM rr a Allritheny. I'a . Match t lVo's After f iiw is jetirs' -mfferins M ir- I Thorn -- n, 10, VI. VJl Ohio A 1 1 ., t rurrtl bj lielteici I uiaketi the nuwr po, but that l not to be wholly due to her tea,. 'I own & OpKS. A slip, sprain, a sling. Oil turetl. No sling. color Et. Ute St. Jacobs Bkttk and Mtsc nre the unitersl -- I. A. W. IUilltlH fwjtlll 1111-- 11 To-da- JaeoU Oil does that etcry da) rare and still To mnrrow cured. . 1 It clears out the channels through which poisons arc carried from the body. When alt Impurities arc removed from the blood nature takes right hold anJ completes the cure. If there Is constipation, take Ajcr's 1'ills. Theynviakcn t!ie droit sy action of the liter; they t.iirc biliousness. ol tl.riAlvu rttnlt- y.lrlsnt tn L'niln! Mji Hi iIii lisIn lb - il 11 1 p-- r 11 Bust eslt falter thanuv near liulletm Very cold, very bid Neuralgia cob t)il ttry sure to rule A. W Write lo our Doctor. Hit nr.mlte MrrWi t ! irilcsUii 1 cf St. Ja- ctlir 1 " ramrt tews, mtliyiil lo t f m r- - " ' " AJilto, J, lat AM It. I. liti. v Ik-c- s s it in Ijtnncx an I dut nercr quarrel - lira nct-ort- llii-eiir- .r lr - 11 For Infants and Chlldroa s s 11 hr-ck- 2" to-d- s st CJ bios-win- tnrt-full- trfSfili J) JJkT 'A'K Signaluryl L&4 .M r In Use For Orer Thirty Years obte-qnle- home-steids- The Kind You Have Always Dcughl - STAR PLU0 L. A M. NATUKAL LEAF I'LUO CUPPPK vivr, CORNER STONE PLUG SLE1X3K I'LUO crn-lur- y SCALPING KNIFE PLUO SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKIHG, raCJOlC'lT .MVICUN TOII.VOro CO.MIMY, MituulUiliirrr. a TRUST or COMBINE ! Not Made by - vt a-j- - IT Vl Ml'tOtstyfltstoittSitaitSslttafiftx THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE SLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSE W!F !DN'T USE i v' plwt-shires- inert-iisi-i- r re 1 nlco-holi- e il-- jilne-t'ent- li . . cr5y's a Olil-M- to-d- a g. OFFER. Tlio PovJow of Rcvlown Co. Is Juai nfoout to pub- llsh tho Standnrd History f vsv vj v v y v - READ THIS " v- - - r ..-kA- v t(VTr'ws rifi wpvX $ e ir.i-ro'r- i'OUil WAR IN TWO HEMISPHERES"! IIUINO Pad-ajr- Z'tfCfrC-fC''r.6S-e- G ?:--(((- WllPtSTB II n-- ruia-petso- s A HiSTfiRY y A vIo-.v- 0F THE WAR WITH SPflSK o Ro- - rL wfvr, i-- llieil-ntu-ig- e bort 3l:aw (editor of tho Americnn Monthly rtovinw of 1 '" ' - 111 !" mysmS8& 'lMki && Otrr 1,100 rsecs. over lull a thoutiml portrtlU sml oCitr lllutlullnm. Th n tho llnctt tnsiiitlnl I'J.tr, nj bojnj tcsu. first rJltlsn of tf,H IhA'W It Illuiix lit nail rturnco, nt inrce urie iciumt, Evtrr Aircrlcsn, tni etfclslly titty Aincricsn tvlia btA m rcUtiv or tiltnjt etk Itltr cindltlon ol Cubs acd ol "st Hit lior.i. It' will with l own this i accountll of it-- moic t- sn the mtis story cf the rlitli g. jliei 11 compttt.tiulvo I idJtn ot war, toih htlvrt Srlnfrit stmuln.1 slut the vttt. of wtio the outer nnj Impottantcsutesilo, llio ham at anylliiri; lo nJ ifiU errry one It l tiuthful, wtll (nloined. and ard In the fi'.il Willi carrins on lh slruel Uaitol Stjtri at IM critical corrrltte. ami lorini si clioorait pulut rl lh Willi Irrpt'lal d Thers aro itage ol lt Mtlary. ivhtn It s ul.Ur.ly fini't llxll ipnUl cth-rwillrts wlin tnuvr thnt autjcti, ol Vcwcy, tharacttr tltll-l- , loo. natabla Hturri ol the tvar The naval McKlulry as War I'rttl.lcnl, and it uioufhl out "oul the bfit rlflta, IfiiorttMt the war ltw;M ut, tha new lactaoilier f fecial tut jeeti, aie trtatrd In machine c.ra, ard tul'mtnis, and many Dr the author "Muni. t'priel'-- i U't bj In i erl inllilsiy wiltrit. otherbharr iwhsll baikt hatothad the t lnswtant lira! 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I cncWcf I f,r mcmbr.ili In Ilie Kei lew ol Kcilcwi Hillary Club, and Ice i, liiaialnienttot it per arrc-- t I'l'iy laclirm-ni, for on trar'a6ubii'iion fir lie Amrnran stititiltl)- ltevlew rl He. i lu lirgln nllli lie imrent number, and "OurUarin two He nil. iiltcrcj" (three vuluuict, I. til niultilu), Ilie faint to be acitl me atlatt at hl I . ItwtJs-Coinnu- m BAKER'S , 1, 1. 1 CHOCOLATE j. ' IMIOVl-ION- -- APl'M-.toClinlr- .1 il, limed K , v ft, nttr Name No . - AdJ'ttl I Address, THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS COMPANY, Astor Place, New York. J trade-mar- , -- "Whiskers SSycd A Natural -- 11 Blnak Ay Buckingham's . I'rlee M rcnti uf all druni-lit- i or It, 1'. Hull A Co., Natliua, N II. 1 llleriluvniiilvi. la theonlr aureriire li lir t Illume lln t'lrrrr, I'lcrra. Viulrii.t- - IMerra, Sthlli , andail Hid Korea, tl nun tin'. urr. on.rana uitarlnf. neiusnent lieu tale fur Holla, l.irlilllielc-l- , I'll,., Null IChatim, lliirna, I'm j nnu. Urn all, a "ill. r lamp, nnlall I'in.li Hi) llnok lieu, .1. r. I,l,r'.s, f.O., nt, l'mil ttllin. li,iM ly DrliRUlata. Allc-n'- Ihn wurlil , lIcruli.loM. I'etei-hmra- H hi-r- lilXIH-Wesl- - (IKAIN-Wheit-N- rsS -- l 1,11' br our neat, rleanrrmtHljr Trial .ennnirU tucuir aomaraiea by mall S.lr. In ln,n. liouhlokj .ml r loilittapllraiilrnilliiirihataiiiunlanliiii-ntltnlnitbll-ar- r f(, ... ll.i.l lliaf.. Ill, I , tl,l,a(a, 111 DIS KT2 i'iiiimi'ti.y it:i.n:vrn r'lUiU.O I'llltSl.lM'.NTI.VC'Ultl'.ll 1 N. Ia i hi "il put on llu Irrl.llnKa eaill ln iiiii tiii .. oi ii ram aomaililnir llii-nm making rf , nifiiout In' riilarorinpnloii I ., m hlldit neari ItMrli prtuiul huiira Sllie-lilntiltllrrlv . Nu raiir mir anl iii lal Jjojll-xv)-- rr 11 nOtTtt-Wintgrpa'- ost,. i;ii.iN-v.'hc.iu- -N, "'"il'. Luusil 111 tltun. Pul.1 M.tv'ioi.R.s? J, 11 - Ms hrrlKeiiliu. lll (Juiitl, A. N. If. 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