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Assistant Editor. j HkkmM, Keatucky. Stmt Beit door to (Sty t TMiHJOKMlN 'lip - FINE .tij' COURIER. 23, 1898. H WITH SA.LE BILLS, i " . :J&Aa.C. VIKKiv; QCOROB WAHRKN,", THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER; gf LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS. INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, JPylM vr . of Subscription, 1.00 ESTABLISHED 185&. HICKMAN, FULTON mt COUNTY., . Hfrfio-- i m m FRIDAY, DECEMBER nl fter-rRmtll.r VOL. XXXIV. NO. 5. ff CAX.X. ETC, ETC. AND SEE US. "FOB THIS YOUNtt MEN. Wordfcof Counsel Offered by Talmago for Them. Th Daas-er- a Dr. reelWar In Whleb Awnlt l'rmar,v Attain! Itrlufc. Mambllaa and L'n- Copyrlxhl, KM.) Ihrlltr llabll. Tbli snouting nnd practical tcrmon by Dr, Talrringe will renrh many hearts and b an especial Inspiration to thoie who are now starting in life. Ill text I Zccharlah II, 4: "Hun, tpenk 10 llili 1ju t t lj"'TTg'Tr''TiaataagaMifciiiiy " young man," There was no mow on the benidfof the prophet of my text, ami no crow's feet hod left their mark near hi eye erlnrluli vvns n young muu, urd Jit a dream betiwnndhrnrd twoinirrl ,.u..-ila- i' nwnMmt1 wmiKritr aire Hint young .ceharlah should be strll infurmid nbont the rebuilding of that city. 111 circumference anil the height of Itt wnll, ami he oy to the angel: "J!un, penk to this young man." Do not walk, but run, for the mcunge l urgent ami Imminent. So every y ounj man nrcd, to have Immediate nbont the dlmcm'tins, the height nml (he circumference nf that which under Cintl hr It to build- - namely, hU on n character and deitluy. No slow or lnirj-ir- l nrc will do. A 11 1 - further nd-si1 on ii ml counsel will Ive of no ndvnntngr. Xwlfl footed mutt be Ihe prjetlcnl nnd Important suggestions, or they might fas well never be miideat till. Itunni the pare of five in I Its the hour nml speak to that yi.ung mnti, Itun, Ik fore thlt j enrol 180$ I ended. Hun, before thlt century U closed. Itun, before ht character I Inexorably decided for two worlds thlt world and the next. How man; of u have found out byi Ion); ard bitter experience thing, that we ought to hn.ve Iwcn told liefore we were SI year of njje! Now I propone to tell jcu Kiine thing which If ji on will serilll ously and prayerfully obere make jnti matter of Oct tlttiatlnu In which jou erer "111 be placed. Nox, If jou would lie matter of the tltiiRtlon do not I'gpci-- money before ,oii get It. llou many joung iiirn tnoriRa(;e their future cnue of retourcek t tin t me quite inre to be their. Ilatr the monej either In jour hand or inntafrlj drpotlt or In a bunk or In a L'nlttd Stntik bond before i on make piirchmrs or go Intoev-- I hnt already educated thousands of the poor tons and daughters of America, and llowdltch, the scientist, beginning his useful learning and allluent career by reading tin .uoks that had been shipwreck nt driven ashore ffum There Is, young man, a great llunticlal or literary o moral or religious success awalltngy on If youonly know how to go up and tali It. Then tn).e It or get ready to take It. The mightier the opposition O , grander the triumph when you hare conquered. There Is n flower In Siberia that blooms only In January, the severest month of that cold climate. It is astar-thnpeilower nnd covered with glistening tnecks like diamonds. A ItutUon took tome of the seeds of that flower to Ht. Petersburg and plnnted them, nnd they grew, and on the coldest day of Jnnii-r.r- y they pushed Iwick the enow and Ice nnd burst Into full bloom. They called It the "now flower," and It makes me itilnk of those whom the world tries to Irerse out and s.ijnw.uinler. but who t t&b&GQW0' Vt AHMiaMsftMrW8laMstflitlkW n niJTFrroml'tTtir'amrtJrani tit weather of the world's coldn treat- y ment, stnrred ami radinnt wiih henn-tgiven only to those who find life a Uruggle and turn It Intoii victory. Again. If you would matter the when angry do not utter m word or write a letter, but beforeyou xak n word or write a word king n vere of waive hymn In tune arranged In minor key and having no vtnecato H ery angry, ilng two pauMgck. If In n positive rage, king three vxrc--. vrixti. l'lrf-- t of all, the unliealtlilrit thlngon rnrlli Ulagvi mad. It Jangle the rerve, enlarge the epleen nn I the heart Into a wild thumping. Mnuy n man and many n woman hat In litre of urh mental nnd phjttrnl agitation dropped dead. Not only that, hut It makes enemiea out of friends, nnd innhc rnemlennorc virulent, nnd linger l pnrtlrJ or contnnnrote Orrat ntlomey. uiideitaudlng thl. havr often won their cause by willfully throwing tire opralngcouit-te- j Into n rage. There It one man you mtiKt manage orone wtiinnn you mutt control In order to plrnw (Jod and d m-f. e Understand tint the gambling spirts Is a dlsetikc, und the more successful you are the more certain you .ire to- go right mi to your own ruin. Having made lilsjhoiisands, why doe not the giiinber stop nnd make urate InveMmrnt of what he has gained nnd tpend the rest of his life In ipilet or lets hazardous tyle of occupation? The reanou Is he caurot stop. Nothing but death ever cures n continued gambler. the Dr. Kecliy's gold cum rctvtie drunkiird. nnd there nrc preparation that will arrest the victim o? nicotine, and religion can save o BRICE'S REMAINS IN LIMA,, O.j )SS ONE MILLION DOLLARS. rn I.irg. Conerrn Ohm llriirur-- il nt FIFTY-FIFT- CONGRESS. ...I. .. .1. .1, U.. th .- - at ...- -- Hill "Bl.ni w.kA mmmw ftlfV In y Prsbrlan Charab, a 19. , rrnitK llnutf !.- - n. fir at Trr of Life. -- The. rcmairis Urlce arrived here Sunday morning from NcvV York. TWe tnocUl train bcnrlnir the bouyna v Lima, O., Dec. the late CaWtn o nnjone except p Having goWJ-he Is IrrcMionslble. habit In Iilin, tie ts no more rrtpoustbft for keeping on tlinn n inun iniuugiruin houe can stop the roof of a four-stornt the window of the second, story. Here nnd there you mny flndnnrlu tancewherc a garobfer, has been re- iiorteu or reports niniseir n ueing con the man was verted, but I" y giniblcr. The fast Is netful). Ind.. Dee. 20. The till. Mfnrtf nf rVtfft UmiiIm yd: place Monday night, causing a . of 81,000,000. The blare torted In big slum- - wlndowN of the Havens Chicago .t Erjo putlcU-ntthe family depot at, X0M o'clock. Flogon all AGcddes Co., wholesale nnd retail ls dealers in dry goods and notions. Tho ,.i.h rt i lilf-taaue is not definitely known, but It Is honor of the dlstlngulsrved deaS; anj4 pposed that a live electric wire set manybuildlngsarcinmonrniiig.Aiier? i to the cotton with which the wln-- s , jvfts a crowd of over 2,000 people fc vvere decornted, and before the denol when Uio train pulled-lnaa- d Me could be extinguished .spread to after the family wcretaken to riuges the procession moved wltVtkvv t decorations of evergreens in the ore, and the building was wrapped In V. U, nd Lima todti,tC ll. A. B- -, nen In nn Incredibly short space of Elks, which wu the only secret vr lie, escort. T bclonifed to, acting 'mains were Ukeh to the. DrUa e following firms are the losers: e, ,Mio,eeot.lo en rt fire In IUuir, i.tMin. st thfaf U C3E13 l" r ciilerprltrs or hitch n tjiaak-- I rir team to n gllttrrlntf turnout or fur the building of a uiauiloiion the 1'oloiii.ic or the lludton, Do not depend on nn Inheritance fiom osir fn ther or uncle. The old man nny 'lie on n good deul longer than you exptct, nd the dn of jour enforced pa .uuent may conic toforc the dny of hit de n ceate. You cuiniot depend upon ic n nit rlicii-iiialUior-ili- ork, bongetlty It u wonderfully linpimri! that J (in cannot depend upon people djlug when jou think they ought to, Thrj live to be oroctogennrlatmoruonn Keuutlank or f'rii crntrnarlant, .mil meanwhile their hclrt go Into bankruptcy, or, tempted to forgery or misappropriation of tnut fund or watering of ri.ilrr.nd or mining rtocU, go Into the Hnlten(lary. Neither had joulicl-le- r tptend yourtelf out became of the 11 nr SO per cent. ,on expect from nn linettment. Mutt of the IJ or Si) cent. Inwktmcntk rre apt to .a nothing tne the prIUIrge of lielng nteked to meet the obligation of thrcnnip.ipj In the affair of which jougrt liuohed. f per cent, ,Jlett r get three and from n'girriin nt lxnd than lie prom lrd IS percent, from n dltldrnil which mIII iiccr le declared or p.ild only nucr or twice. o nx to tempt ,'iiu ilreper In liefore the grnnd nunfh upniid y on re rclti', liiktead of n p.i.nn.ut of a letter from the preldenl and secretary of the company m'ing lhe Mo It fuUut.jr,.ivllll.to ir one-hal- 'hl-iletu- l. re n year or fitc If you huc to ;enr or ten yenrtie." most of your lifewait lather time, then yon hnd than tpend money oil exptct to gel, 'i'lidi after you gel It do not pend It nil. ,cer peril n dollar until you h.ixe 50 cent that you do not tpend, In the go'crnmeiit erlce In HiUclty how many plendld women whonrelhe daughter of men who prn all they got nml then Mieakril out of life, to Irmc their daughter penult., to be Irokrd after by ome kind tenator or oilier friend who might kollclt forlhcm y. poklllnu on minll talnry, but enough to keep them from tiirntloil and the pnorhoutet Such men do not die; they ennuot iinilerttnml how nUcoiiil, nidi pendlhrlft nml recklr nml Improvident men dare nt their decent upprnrnt the door of llrnten keeking ndmlktlon when they lime left their famllle In the Toptict of want nml iiiendlrauvy. Such men do not deerve f. throne nml a hnrp and n mnntlon. but nn eerlatlngpoorhouke. I'rom no din nppolnted or dlfgruntled tnt of mind do I glc thl conn. el, lor lire nn uecn to ine n glad inrprlte, n It ha been to mont people a dlnnppolnlment. 1 pcolcd "nothing of nihnntnge or and to everything has been to me a matter of plf nt.nl nmnement, but I hae keen ko many men ruined for time and eternity by going Into expenditure, with nothing to depend upon except anticipation, that If I had power to put nil warning Into one clap of thunder 1 would with that Martllng vehemence wiy to all young Men what John Itnndolph tiild In yonder senate chamber n he tretched lit long linger out toward ome cnntorlal opponent nml with shrill voice crUdout: pay na you go)" l)o not ay you hme no chance, but icmemher Iwino Newton, the greatctt astronomer of his day. once peddling In the street, und Martin cnbbnge Luther kinging on the public square for any pennies that he might pick up, and John llunynii mending kettles, and the late Judge llradley, of the United Etnles supreme court, who win the son f a charcoal burner, and Turner, the painter, who was the son of n barber, nml Iord Cllvc, who acd India to England, shipped by his faMier lo Mndriu ns n useless boy whom he wnnt-- d to get rid of, and Prldcaux. the orlibrcnowne(l scholar and thcolo-plascouring pots nml pnns to work his vvoy through college, and the motherof the Inte William E. Dodge, the und magnificent man. keeping n tbr(ni ftn.f jieeijle klnre. nml l'cte vvnge 'lt -1 "(len-tlemcplilluu-thrnpltl 'try torry. n, Co'dpcr. "Who worked on smalt In glue fiuMory, llflnfr lo U JMiO.OOO for tilt founding o( nn Initttut thV HtL'Snldr e market- street rrcsnyienan en' SBitelu ucr to deuth and iifhTTllon. 7 lie on $100,000; Tcrre Haute ShoeC'o., use in referring lo him is In the way of at 0 o'clock and laid In htntii Until prevention. He began by taking noon. The acrvlcea occurred at i p. m. wilesale, 8ir.o,ooo; Alurccht X Co., goods, S1."0,000 on stock and chances on n bookcase oru few lug ma Her. Dr. W. O. Thompson, president nl chine at a church falrnnd ended by get. Miami university, made a short ad- fMOlx) on building; United States ting a few pennies for hi Inst valuabU dress on the example Mil for young SJjO.OOO;- - Thorinan A. Sehloss, In n pawnbroktr's shop. The only man men by the deceased, and the pastor, clo tiers, 850.000. A number of small who gumbles succekkfully Is the man Hcv. 11. H. Thompson, D. I)., made conclnS nnnlhl- utterly were who loses so fearfully at the start that the addrck. a Kov. Hunter read latedVi the fnll of the renr wall of the win he Is dltgusted and quits. Let him a the Scripture lesson, and there tlavnA A. Oeddes wholesale house, nnd nt the start and win again, und It meant several selections by tho the lost In their case will more than wero farewell lo home and Heaven. Most suspension of L.lnrt .1 total loss up tp over the choir. Tliero was of nil hnbltvl merciless y that a man business Monday nil over the city, 000,000 tfa Horace Wnipole The ilrt tnrtcd nt 3:30 o'clock when dropped down at the door of a club- llukincks houses closed at noon and nil ran half the cli ploycs of the establishment establishments house In l.::tlon and wa carried In, manufacturing and Ihegnmblur began to bet whether with as few hands as possible. The were at tlAIr homes forsupper. There he was dead or not, nnd when It was Lake Eric A Western road, of which is a force o :00 or more In the retail propotcd to bleed him for hU recovery Mr. llrlcc was president, ran three spe- departuientVjf the establishment and the gamblers objected that It would cial trains here for the accommodation hnd the entile force been present the of the bet. What of their employe, who wore badges of lossof llfq wrkild have bet n frightful. affect the falrne noble nun they mint have becnl Hut mourning. Tho floral tributes were As it is Kate Maloney, a clerk In the more and more ladle, nre becoming elaborate, representing nn outlay of at notion department, Is lying nt the, races and gambler. They bet at the 810,000. A carload nrrlvcd on the point of death. She sprang from a lu fcoclnl groups which are least have New York city. An- window in the second story ind susnothing but the Make of gambling spcelul train from from Indianapolis tained injuries from which Aic will A good way Rlr a lady to get into the other carload came Miss Luella Ferguson, a tlork In by beginning with and fully that many arc from this city. die. gamester's habit "progressive euchre." That opens the The employes of this division of the the same department, jumped jist bemake life n Mircest, nnd tint I your-wl- door In a fakhlonnbU way. In one of Lake Erie Jfc Western rond presented fore Miss Maloney but wns cnugHt There are diawbrldgpv to every our great cities Invitation were ent an engine eight feet long, tender and men who were watching fo,her. cat-tiby which you may keep out of out for such n me-tlnt the card ta- two coaches ten feet long, each made Sho Is Internally Injured but will reyour nature foreign foe, but no men ble. The guests entered, nnd sat down of white roses. cover. Louis Kramer, the trlnmcr, htrrelf tinlenv nnd began. After awhile the exciteha n defense ngaln who was In the show window when Out of the mil It be n Divine defertf. ment ran high, nnd the lady who wai fire started. Is frightfully burned llotu of the hmiKin race there It only the hostess fainted and fell under the THE TRAIN LEFT THE TRACK. the about the head and arms When resone prison who can do you permanent table. The gtifsts nroM but route one urt Kfht Otbrr I'.rion. cued from the burning building he was nnd everlasting harm, nnd that l the nld: "Don't touch the bell' Let us On. Un Kllt.d Mrloutly Injured In a VVrrrc N ar Insane from the pain and begged to bo lelng that walk under your own hat Mulsh the game, She would have done Gnluii Btktlotl ou I ,l S llov.il. killed. Firemen Austcrloo, Walsh and nnd In your own thoe. The hardest vo bcrclf ii ml would wish us, If she Shay were badly Injured In thefalllng reulm that you will ever have to govpoke." The game went on for 30 inlii lnd., Dec. 19. A of the tloor In the Alhrecht buildingand l.NDlANArol.m, ls. ern U the realm between yourw-allite longer, and then n physician wat Indiana-Decatu- r nrd heel. The mewt dnngrronii cargo mtlril. After examination of the cae wreck occurred on the are now In the city hospital. The fire a chip can carry I dynamite, and thi It was found t lit v the lndy had heed Southern rnllroad nt 2:30 o'clock Sun- department worked admirably nnd lift day morning b'i miles west of Indianap there were many narrow escapes 20 minutes. A the guest imt perllou thing In one'a r.nture i ltidinn-apolThe an explrnlve tmj)er. If your nature tlulr htintls In surprise I extlnlm lu olis near Union station. among tho men. Several of the fire It horelertly Irnwlble nnd lempetu- - regard to them: What dellcnle and reexpress, castbound, due toarrlvc men nrc In a precarious condition from WAsuisaTos.Dec 17. Sesate Notinc-- 1 Hancock county; Ulcb Pond, Warren tween Ghent, Carroll county, Ky., and If the otr. then dramatUe placidity. extln-gulk- fined nnd nngellc womanhood! 3:53 a. in., left the tracks burns nnd the effects of the stifling elon. at this city at h !ilp In on (Ire and you ennnot Interna, county; Wcbbvllle, Lawrence county. Vevay, Ind. Theie arc nccldcnts. like the printer's west of n high trestle and passed smoke, but it is thought Monday night I u' anyratrkeepdown tlonal American bunk was burled under , nlMtnkc which canted I,ouls Napoleon over the trestle which was 00 feet long th. Wl. Jasllce I, w'.s It tires. will recover. At 11 o'clock Monday AviA.uha mlmi ml vnitlnrltvnf Ihfl TnnilAA I the hatche. When at tome liijiiotk-to be culled "Napoleon III." A Parisian with seven coaches off the rails and all upon the measure, whlcn I I.OUISVILI.K, Ivy., uec. n. .lira, xwavo .VxtKoaT,.Ky..IlolB.-Tharcol- v, Kridav. The debate InOIcUd-illin- ii WghUb&IlOUyatmtop iw tV.( t..l-K- f li mIUwI tli IVn the rear of the United States ilnk- - "nneviriTnuranar. wa Tcoaaauca .Ft jaayi thej i . , v,,.,iw.v.-M--nf mpprnla adjourned Thumilay.tillitho or tome wrong done, the lieM by base strategy turned the republic bumping vmngTHCnee Ihe flior leader cf o'c'ock Mr. DOk-lething for you to vny I to my noth- Into a monarchy wrote In derision Hit was 10 feet high nnit It Is consldcreU Inf Co., but the firemen had tho firo m jorlty, made an argument In lu support. and a leading society woman, lias de bcffinnfnjr of the next term, tnenrsi father, Monday in January, and the adjournwere Hill (Ct), In Its supThe other speaker cided to contest tho will of her ing ml the brt thtngforyoii towrlle word "Nnpoleon," followed ly three phciioincti.il that the train was not under control. port, und Messrs. Hell (pop-- . Co'.), Sulier ! A heroic to write nothing. If the mennnct rxclnmntlon points. These cvelninn-lio- n hurled off Into the creek, In which net on the part of a man (dem.N. V), Maxwell (pop.. Neb.), Maddox John G. Jlonch, who was a wealthy ment marks the retirement of Chief oppoVa.) whisky dealer. All the estate Is left Justice Joseph II. Lewis from tho done you UvmbenrnbV. oryou mtit (dem., points the printer mistook for the event the slaughter of life would have named Peters a traveling salesman sition. Ga.) and fawanson (i"em.. bill wavIndefeatIhevote by whlih the. yourself or die, then I commend to the widow for life. At her death it bench, after serving about 17 years from Chicago for the llaldwin music ed stood 103 ayes to IIS noes. The bill to exletter "1" three times wrlt'en. nnd been awful. a plan that I have once or twice The rear car had just left the trestle house, called forth cheers from the tend the cuvtoms and rcvenuj lans of tho Is to be divided among the children He will be succeeded by Judge J. P. hincc he we called "Napoleon III." adopted. Take a iheet of Hut promotion by accident nre not to when a spreading of the rails ahead of emud watching the flames When the United States over the Hawaiian Islands was and grandchildren. The estate Is Hobson, who was elected In November. The bill, Mr. parsed without oppoiltlon. paper. Date It nt yviur hotrr or ofl'ce. lie depended on. Depend on getting tho baggage car plied the seven cars 6re first started Peters was standing DInglcy explained, carried with It the clvtl large. e. Itilders D mnl .Ii a then put the wrongdoerV name at the 'lotblng except that which under God Into a henp, Tho baggage car and Kerln Hunting Aecldfnr. in the crowd and saw the Maloney and service laws relating lo upolntments In the Wli.l.lAMgTowx, Ky., Dec. 10. A toll- hrod of the letter page, without nny by your own Industry nnd good In Hawaii. ktuoker were ground almost Into splint- Pergnvm girls appear nt the sec- customs and revenue service , Mt. Olivkt, Ky., Dec 10. Charles gate on the Covington and Lcvlngton prefix of "colonel or Mifllx of "11. D.. Dec. ai The sc.iate had a Wamiisotos-you achieve. "I lint was n good maxim ers and all of the cars were badly ond story girls busy day Monday and thero eo several Im- Malncs, a young man of Abigail, met windows. The and begin with no term of court-ivturnpike In this county was demolishof olden time: "(let thy spindle nnd wrecked. There, were about Hf ty pasn vvere portant speeches. Mr. Piatt (CJ ) spoke with a nerlous accident. While out and vrore bnl n bold and abrupt "lr." dlktnfT ed by raiders. Forty or fifty shots ready, and tlod will send thee against the Vest resolution which declares that follow It with n Mntement of Max." Especially do our young men sengers on tho train nnd not n woman in momentary danger of going down the United States has no power to acquire ter- hunting he shot nt a rabbit while sitThen fired to Intimidate the kecepcr. or a child in the list. The train wns in with the floor. Peters sprang through ritory. He said that the power of u nat'on to ting on a fence. The gun was heavily were the wrong he haa dime you nml of the need to get ready, as within the past Only one gate remains In tho county. acquire territory was Inherltent a Its sovchurgc of Conductor J. A. Mitchell, of the door with his coat over his head Indlgrotlon you haw felt. Put It Into few month the world kicked him off the fence, betho right lo loaded, and It The United The county has offered the ovvnera of the vtrocgcM term of cycomllcm yoiv fore them opportiiultltr such as wa this city, and It is claimed was run- and dashing through the flamo nnd ereignty.such territory InStates lud nnd he fell across a stake, which the pike $3,000 for It, but they want tho best possible mangov em enn nnploy without liclug profane never dreamed would come so soon. ning nt nearly Op miles nn hour to smoke reached the window nt which ner until the peoplo of the acquired lands were pierced his abdomen. He sustained 515,000. Mr Proctor (Vu) e Ittlc capable of Sign vour nnme to the red-hPutting nslde the political question ns mnkc up lost time. the girls nppenrcd, and after talking nml Mr. Hale (Me.) exchanged divergent views serious injuries Fold It. Envelope It. Direct It plainly to Klalr Has the F.eld. The killed: T, M. Wells superin- with them swung out from the ledge i pon the suh.-.- -t of a eomialsslou of senators what ought to be done with Cuba, Carry lb. Cs. in Conrt of Appeitls. to the mnn who ha done you wrong Porto Itlco nnd Ihe Philippine, the tendent of the schools of Douglass Mr. Proctor Lkxinotov, Ky., Dec 2). The withexample was foll- to visit Cuba. was necessary, thoughtMr.such a Will Ills and dropped. Hale while Oirry the letter a week or two week, whole world for the first time U open, county, Illinois Areola. commission Paiiih, Ky., Dec. 10. Judge Cnntrlll drawal of W. C. G. Hobbs from tho ow ed by the two girls. said lie thought It would b In extremely bad Thursday afternoon overruled amotion If nerdle.nnd thendeMroy It. lnfio-l. Is, what our race for the democratic nomination and the question now The Nicaragua canal was Injured: Daniel Pointer, Decatur, ndrevv Thomas of Lexington, Ky., tastn nnd uscl-snnme. destroy 111 young men will do with the worhL III., head cut and neck and shoulders is ving at the city hospital probably up during tho last parlof thedjy nnd Senators for a new trial in the cuso of Hezeklah for representative from the city of I like what Ahrnhnm Lincoln mid Allen, Hoar, CaSery and Morgan disUtterback, convicted at this term of Lexington to the legislature leave) ( hlna, the richest of nil land- - for met-.i- l bruised; Andrew Kafer, Lawrencovllle, fat illy hurt. He was assisting in the cussed the measure. odlcerw. That cabto one of Clinken- - only one candidate; "llil y" Klalr, the nnd with 3O0.000.C0O of people. Is Ind., head badly cut; A. J. Diddle, InMonday was suspension day In the court of the murder of Dudley Hovse inet ofllcer laid been belled nnd mis-r- e removal of an injured flietnan from the made our nelghlxir. nnd the commerce dianapolis house and several bills vtcrepaised, the most bcard last spring. Utterback's attorof the bousa nnd ii frightfully cut about rums of the Alhrecht building, when a lmortnnt of men w as the bill appropriating ted until In n fury he wrote case to the coert of of representatives United Stnt,en I to be quadi nplcd n litter of nrralgnment lo hk enemy cf the the face; M. J. Moore, Indianapolis heavy burning timber fell, striking t3.vn.cr0 for tho Philadelphia expositl.n cf neys will carry the , v po4ble phr.ifetvlogy In the life of the present generation, head cut, spine Injured nnd Internal bun on the head and breast and pin-t- i 18X). It had but two vo'cs more than fie nec- appeals and In IUIdrre D mulish a Tollcatr. commerce advanHills were also rassed unessary vvhnt he thought of him. The nnd what advantage Srnt.nced for Life told him ng him to the ground. nnd literature injuries; Wnrren Saylor, Indianapolis Lkdason, Ky., D;c 20. Tollgato der the suspension of tho ru'cs to cabinet ofl'vcr rend It to Mr. Lincoln tage mechanism nnd nrt Lexinoto!, Ky., Dec. 17. Martin raiders cut down the ltradfordsvlllc tho dlstrlbutlo-- of tho assets of slightly injured; J. A. Mitchell, con'Ihe Indianapolis flro department and the profei-hlonand nkfcnl him how he liked It. Mr. tho Freedman's bank, to enlarge the. and Hobert Rowland, each of Again, If you would be master of the ductor. Injured nnklcs; A. W. Scott, sent over a wagon and engine on n scope of tho fish commission to include Johnson nnd Huntsvllle tollgatc, leaving a no"ileudlit for Lincoln replied s "It I Indianapolis, head injured; II. M. special train, which made the distance game birds. Hullcy (Tex.) Introduced n reso- whom nccuscs the other of the murder tice: "Don't collect any more toll at sttuntlon, liner adjourn until g Nircnwn and corn. I nevcehennrony-thinNegro Jupiter directing the Judlcltry of old and venerable Tenneyck, Chicago, slight Injuries the between Indianapolis nnd Terre Haute. lution In open house, this gale." This is the only turnpike more complele In that direction. row wln.1 you can do committee to Investigate and report on the penbetween happy nnd Inspiring ,; miles in 01 minutes. Marshall question ns to whether the members of tho Lewis vvere both sentenced to the county that has collected toll for Hut do you think you can nfTord to only In the A1TACKED BY KISSING GIRLS. ami llraztl. Ind., sent assistance. tliuso w no accept 1 comiussions in moarniy itentiary for life. They were the l It V That calm and wle and work nnd weary liigiiiidcNh.iustlngind tw o weeks The president of the road befoifelleil their seals In tho bouse. Mr. two material witnesses In the caes dispiriting work I the difference C'lirlsllnn liiterrngntlnn of the libnoro Smith, a colored fireman, had has asked for state guards D'ngley. from tho committee on ways ard ttoppevl the letter, nnd It vr.it tween woiU behind you nnd work be- L'.nt. itclimnpil I'rarton Hubion'a E- - was caught beneath a falling wall nt means, offered the resolution for a holiday re- against each other. Killed by 111. Sirpbrmher. fore you. Hut nlwnys wait until you lllm nn prrl.no , Aftrrn cess from Wednesday, December SI, to WedIlf never cnt, i o'clock Tuesday morning and rellurclarle. at L xlngton. nesday. January I. and it was ulopted withGnEK.ssncno, Ky., Dec. 20. Allen Hi. "Sink n nf Ihe M.rrlnMC" Agnln, If you would be master of the frel like It, wait until clrcitmstnnccs Dec. 10- .- A burglar lived injuries which may prove fatal. out division. Lkxinotos, Ky., Tracenrlter was shot and Instantly rltuntlon put the best Interpretation arc mole propitious, wait till next week rescued with difficulty. Thursday morning robbed Mrs Ca- killed here by his stepbrother, L. Lloyd Ciiicaoo, Dec. 10. Lieut. Richmond He was .10 on the character and behavior of or wait till next year, and the ASSESSING OF RAILROADS. U I. Tuesday morning Katie lvert's cash drawer of 815 and then set Tracenrlter, after a short quarrel. The the work will be only half done Pearson Hobson was heavily bombardother. Do not be looking for hypoof tho clerks who jumped Thursday-afternooTito state Hoard) In Kentucky Claliu the Are to her millinery store. crite In churches, or thieving among or never done nt all. Postponement Is ed by a large fleet of kissing girls nt from the second-storboys had not been on good terms for window, and the residence of Uuckncr some time. lfght lo Ho It Court. Mr H. iloiucitle scrv juts, or swindler mining the cun-- of a vast population. After tho Auditorium Sunday night, but, as Ky., n Culled Oil To Settle It. men, or mnlfearniii-- In (idler. nwhlle nil the things Hint ought to no distress signal was hoisted after the Andy Thomas of Lexington, Allen was robbed of $500 worth of jewWoman's Terrible Death. have been done previously will ruh In engagement, It Is not believed that he spectator, died from injuries received elry. There Is much In life lo make men .Miss 10. Dec Ky., PnAXXFOiiT, Ky., Dec. 20. The stato upon you, ti nd. It being too much far was seriously Injured. Lieut, llobson during the progress of the tire. of other, nnd when that ICrturneil Nia.leen Florence Hobbs near town, was burned of kiitplclnn becomes domi- your brain nnd neives.you will he a lit lectured IHciivomd, Ky., Dec. 19. The Madikinking o i I'riiruntY 1 Irr hi lllttw.i..ylltr, N. Y. , board of valuation and assessment, on "The on nant a man has secured his own iiulinp-plnex- subject for paralysis or nervous pros the advice of Attorney General Tay- son county grand jury adjourned after to death by her clothing Igniting from Sviuil'SK, N. Y.( Dec. ':o. llaldwlns-vllleMcrrlmae" under the auspices she bad just nml he hns became tin olTente In tration. How many n.ittiek nnvt ucen the IS miles north of this lor, has decided to assess the corporate returning 19 indictments For tho llrst an open grate In which located OIu Chicago Press the nil circles, religion, commercial nnd lost because the general did Dot strike of all railroads In tho state. time In yenrs no Indictment for murder built a tire. She wns burned almost to city, wns visited by n disastrous fire franchises of political. J lie man wlin moves for a milek enough, and the enemy hud full nnd after the lecture the members Monday. The fire started In the plant The rnllrond commission, at its recent a crisp and died in horrible agony. cimunlttce of iiivestlgatlnu Is gcncrnlly time to gather recnforcemcntl You of the nudleneo pressed forward for an of tho Kenyon Paper Co., and spread sitting, assumed to assess this class of was made, c K tile. Heirs In b n moral deicllct, The mnn who gnc Intend fcomc time to wilte that Impor- Impromptu reception. There wns nun Must rjr Th.lr Debt.. property, but the board of valuation Snmois Ky., Dee. 17. Hy-- the death with hi nostril Inllnted, trying tndls-cove- r tant Utter. You Intend some time to handshaking and applause, but iimix rapidly to n building occupied by the Ky Dec. 10. Collector Hiincthtiig mnlodorou, Is not n mnko thut business call. You Intend Interesting than cither were ld.tkisM-give- n New Process lEnwhldo Co, and the claims that this matter is within Its Franks has mailed to all employes of of an uncle. Dr. H. I). Porter, of Memwill resist some time to IliiUh that book. You Inmnn. but n slcuthhourd. The world I Robert llencdlct and Thos the Mcrrimne's hero, by ns mum stone mill of Hotnling A. Co., the build- jurisdiction. The railroads his office a circular letter to the effect phis MrsStitrgls full of nice people, gcnrmin people, tend some time to preach that icrmon. girls Tho lieutenant met the attain ing occupied by Clnrk, Mercer A Co. the second assessment nnd the courts fall heir to nn estate that they must pay all personal debts Pride, of people who nie doing their best good Where Is some time? What Is some bravely and even seemed to etieeJr-ag- e The loss, estimated nt 8110,000 Is near- will have to decide which body has tho s nj th 550,000. out of the public service. or get ly covered by insurance. right In question. Inubandx, good wives, good fntliers, time? Does It walk or does It tlont It. good mothers, good officers of the I ivv, about you? Will It happen to come? I'll fur (intcer. uf Ciilleg. To succeed Ker. )ort slowen. 111. llslllnr Judge Itetlcnt. MJ Mirclixml I'rscuatr Kmhoil. trusKill"! bj Coll.pi. of a llfiute. good jmlgck, good gov eruor, good stntc Nol Somo time Is never. Theie nre Ky., Doc. 19.-Lancasikh, Ky., Dec. 19. Hcv. Chas Henry re Lomio.v, Dec. 20. Hon. Sir Caiiio, Egypt, DcaiJO. Maj.M arehand Hoc. 10. Pour persons ia, to nnd iiatlnnnl legislators, good rulers. no straggler In the days and months have First Christian tees o the State college ...11 voted ,1... , .. nm and his party evacuated Fashoda dur- Hawkins one of the judges of tho IJ. Powell, of tho Docs &ome mnn growl outs "Thnt hns and years, If one day should refune to killed nnd others seriously Injure us pay tne commissioiu-- .1 umci-(la., has been nut hern irty experience, nnd I think keep step nnd become n straggler, It Sunday by the collapse of a house in ing the morning of December 11, when fjueen'a bench division of high court of chinch of Augusta, of the First collego cadets .1 yearly salary. The the French flag was lowered and tho judleatuic, who was owing to the se- called to the pastorate Just the opposite?" Well, my brother, would wreck the universe. Prompt-ncks- l' course of construction on the Hue succeed Itcv. captains will receive SJ5 ami the fltst y Now! Appcnnins Up to timet am tarry for your afllletlve clrciun-ktnnciIt is feared that tbt ltritls.il nnd Egyptian flags we're hoist- verity of his sentences known ns tho chinch of this place, to lieutenants SJO. Gcoige (lowen. You will get qnly vvhnt you win. and that you had nn unfortunbodies stlP remain bui led In the debris ed. The French detachment started hiiiigl; Judge, has resigned. ate ancestry, and that you have kept Again, If you would be master of the V. In of I. x rrnirr. for the Subat river. Srr mis Trouble Willi Cadets. Will llepresrnt Amerci. kiich bm! company and had such dis- situation, nnd I name It last because it Doe. 19. Accotdlng LKMMiTii.v.Ky., Inil vlril for Muriter, Ky., Dee. 10. Maj. Jones Lkxiisgto.v, I notice thnt Is the most Impoitnnt, for you know Xkw Yoiik, Dee. 20. Irving llrokaw couraging environment. M. C. ' Indiana Grip Co ititslous hihI 1 .frptloiis. elty Ind., Dec. ID. -- Nm acting commandant Kentucky stato to the books of the valuation of the after u man has been making a violent that which is Inst mentioned Is npt to be Illume, who killed (Sraeu llnrve- - Inn Nuvv Yoiik, Dec. 30. The Wird of has been chosen to represent American Foushee, the total college, who has been seriously trou nt the international tirade against his fellow men ho Won best remembered, 1 charge you get Into In UiIh city in September last health, thiough Dr. John H. Cosby, one fancy skaters property in the City of li.ington Is his way down, and if he live long your henrt and life, your conversation resort skating toiirnnmeiP for the champion- bled with cadets of that Institution Sl,005,"9t. The valuation of tho franand then attempted suicide, has ' ' of the commissioners Monday declared office Sunday, was enough he will he niktng yoirfor n nnd your maimers, your body, mind to bo held In Vienna, when he entered his chises In the city named at e:i,51l, 173. Indicted for iiuiidcr, nnd he will he that grip Ik both contagious and Infec- ship of thu world 28 reshot at with a Springfield title. quiii ter of n dollar to get a drink or n und soul, the near and 30, IS'JU. Austria, January tious night's lodging. Ilehave yourself well, ligion of the Ulblc. Why ko? Ilceause, tiled with tho new year. llen.flt, Turn llrnivnlotT Turned Down by llrndley. Williams SpuiUli Cr sis Imminent. Death of O young man, und you will tind life n the large majority of people quit this Lovisvili.e, Ky., Dee, 17. The atA'Tlnm Alirniiant. Chart". Dec 17. Gov. Ky FttAMsKOiiT, M.vni'lli, Dee. 29. It Is plcnsnnt thing to live", nnd the world life before SJ years of age, nnd the posAtlanta, (la., Dee. 20. John II. WilCharges Tm.Kiio. 0., Dee. ID. tendance at the benefit given to Tom Virfull cf friends, nnd Ood's benediction sibility Is that If you do not tukc posannounced thut tho Spanish ministers llradley, Friday morning turned dow n Lansing Friday night was sitinll. '1" liams cllUen teamster of the 4th cruelty pref en ed by a discharged Congressman Hrownlow, session of this religion, ami religion everywhere about you. of will place their resignations In the the icqucstof The enterChristian ginia volunteers died Monday was renliied. Ag.iln, If you would be master of the does not tnke possession of you whllt ledo Stnto hospital employe, regent Tuesday. of Tennessee, for tho pardon of Wil- About 5100 consisted of sparring conChristiansen, aro being Investigated bv typhoid fever at Foil MePherson. hands of tho queen situation, expect nothing from good you aro young, you will neve; come Sagastn liam Garrett, one of his constituents tainment This Is the llrst death In the general The friends of both Premier tests hy locals Mrs. McKlnley, the tho asylum trustees The complaint into allitince. luck or linplnnnl or gnmlng advenWilliams and Senor Montcro UIos declnro they who is doing time in stato prUon heie hospital since Kovcmbcr 8 tures. In this time, when It Is estimat- mother of our president, suld tomcat nllcgcs that several of tin) pxtleuts nt D Kill Fr m Cunrc brought here from Savannah. nre In full accord on all questions of for manslaughter. various times have been abused by the whs ed that gambling exchanges money to the white house: "I nin living on borEMiriK.scK, Ky., Dec. 17, John A. ' rem in. Narrow Fscspe. policy. Duel. A the nmoiinl of about $80,000,000 a day, rowed time, for I nm over SO years of attendants wealthy farmer, tiled at his Taiiis, Ky., Dec. 17. In returning Wise, Itrturn of Capt. Dreyfus, thl reinntk inny be useful. There ege." My reply to her was the reply Munich, Dee. 30. A duel with pisKUIeil 111. Wife nnil Himself. , Gtorgo Doeherer homo near tow n of cane r of the htoin I moke to you: who nre "All those come times In ninny n man's life when I'Aitis, Dee. 20. The Soir reports tbnt from n fire, Fireman tols took place here .Monday betweeL Jasi-ku- , nnd ucli, .Mr. "vYIfe wusln iho slxty-nlntMo7 loe. If. Wi'i. Av n Jie Jiopi'H to get koinrthlng for which over 23 yenrs of age nre living on bor Dreyaiis w ill leave Cayenne on January was thrown from a boss? wniron vvif MaJ. Sett nnd Ltcitt. Pfeiffer, nrisin; e - Teiuisfn wero tcln, a wenltliv fuuncv, shot his fir dots not give urn eqitlvivleiit, and i rowed time, since the ninjarltr of na.iroA.ly Cncopeil being efu.s.h.ed, to yen,' 0. Wi 'Uffi nut of the fonner'siniMCiiduet with tbs ll nnd. Brr'V ! I fr'6 "A tli? .'"if of ,ntt. l nre 30 kinds of gamblln,, Eland ( pip go out of tho florid btfort 2 yi rt Sunday nut then put a bullet In ln I'uvlilrl f lsiiBcics ceiTclcry, (lentil under the wheels ttui'y. InUrr'a wife, MaJ. Sell was klllctl i tf age". loci roai oil of t)vn livftdi link-IngV51,-r- k. prlt 1 p d ls Sic ind a ..tnn Tucsdaj't WAsninoToM, lice. estlon of the ent wa largely consumed lo canal bill. Mr. discussion of the Nlearacu Turplemado tho principal speech In opposition lo tho hill, attacking- It on tbs ground that It Iv In the vhc Maritime Co.. which ts a fraud and bankrupt. Mr Herrjr cave notice of an amendment ricnouW N. Will It for. Wage. bill 111 I. canal Oder the lo Nlcarnrul A MIDNIGHT WEDDING. npprnprin providing tct the direct Louisvili.k, Ky., Dec. 20. In accordmoney for the construction cf ihp e na tlon of ance with the terms of the circular Isand limiting the cost to tllS,0U0.Oua Mr. Itiw Prominent P.npl of latal.vlle Bad O w. ru11ns alto gave notice of an amendment to thl bor o Figure la What Wa Almost a sued July 1, 1S39) the L. fc N. tallroad Nicaragua bill, providing that tho actthrul' T.rrlbU Tragedy. will on January 1 restore to its emnot go Into effect until Ihe United tlt-itshould secure hy treaty ihe right lo fortify am ployes the remainder of the ten per gtrrlvon the eanil, to send armel vessels and Louisville, Ky., Dee. 19. Ills sister's cent, reduction In salary, which wns munitions of war through It In time of waraid honor caused Hoblnson A. McDowell, made In 1893. Tho employes wero ctoie It against any other nation with whom one of the most prominent young at- - promised an increase If the earnings of the United State may be at war. HoL'St The home luesday paswd Ihe Dis tornes of. this city, to attempt Sunday the road warranted it, and tho statetrict of Columbia appropriation bill without afternoon to take the life of Freeman ment was made Monday morning at a alngle amendment The bill carries I4.J.9. JO, which is tlTlVOiO less than itji carried by Little, a real estate dealer of Owcns-bor-o. the offices here that there had been a tho last bill and li.eil&M less than the Two shots were fired, on of change, and thnt wages will be reTto house alto pas.cd the rcnate bill which wa. under consideration Monday tc which nassed throuoii Little's rlitht stored In full. It affects 18,000 men. amend the law relating to leamen. All the hand and the other through the tails amendment were relecwd. llonor-,- 1. Army no damage. Me- - 1 ir- - of his overcoat, doing DUiri-- nt : . VnAwicwi-- nf. i rv.. Dec lri. Two Ken--- -; i Wed ttsofcy oMemietr&liufifjVlifiZ; ral anbiect l.v.'omEe aSln"nhTMare5lrerOT bj were made nesday. Speeches was been complimented br"tlt Money. Mes-r- . Stewart nnd In the jail that his only regret Harris. ment by appointment on a commission Morgan. An rgreement was rcichel tc that his aim had not been true. n lake a vote on the Turple Miss McDowell nnd her brothers to examine all officers nnd nccounts Thursday. Other question before the have always gone In the best society. from Gen. Wiley's staff down. Tho scnat were: Tho government's penvlon policy, and the bill regarding the registry of forLittle Is a son of Judge Lucius Little, appointments announced Thursday eign built vessels wrecked on the American of Osvcnsboro. He Is 'JO years of age, nre: Jiaj. J', ii. snaiicr, isi nest Vircoast. The pension discussion was particiginia; MaJ. I E. Harter, 100th IndiIn by Mr Vest. The registry bill went and is a graduate of Princeton. pated over until T hursday. Little was released from Jail shortly ana; MaJ. O. Safranc, Ed Kentucky; secIIoi'BE The house Wednesday for fie after 1 o'clock Monday morning, and Capt. 1. W. Keynolds Sd Kentucky, ond time during thl congress refused to consider the Lolge Immigration MIL At the lat with Deputy County Clerk Uadcliff and and Capt. J. 11. Harrison, 100th Indiana. session an attempt was made to take It from Armstrong and Plamp was Kipicl Ti On To Mmllx. the speaker', table, but It was defeated by a Detectives There large majority. An Intcrotlng but brief de- driven to the McDowell home. Lkxi.notox. Ky., Dec. 20. The folduring bate on the rule, was precipitated Iter. John K. Mason wasjn waiting, lowing Kentucky boys have enlisted the session by Mr. Grow (I'a ). .during which Mr. Do Armond made n speech on and after the license was' made out here with the 2M Infantry And expect tho decadence of the privilege of debate united the oouple. After the cere- to go to Manila soon with that regiIn the house nd held Speaker Kred responsi51 rs Little went to her ble for the fact that the house lud had no op- mony was over ment: Pat Hums K- - V. Duncan, Hlch-mon- d; portunity taadopt a new system of rules at room and Little left the house. Kcllcy Lawson, Morgan county; this session. The speaker replied In which he Loi'isvii.l.B, Ky., Dec. 19. Frccmon Jackson Adams Magoflin county; Aureferred to the complaints of John Kandolph disIn the early days of the century to show that Little and Itobert McDowell were gustus Gill, Winchester; Adam Winkle-ma- n, the same remonstrances were made then thit charged in the police court Monday, J. Ik Shower and William Rowwere being heard Wednesday. the judge asking only to be assured land, of llicathltt county, and A. G. Washington, Dec. dcnciency appropriation bill, "making provision that Little had married Miss Katharine Morrison, of Lexington. for tho army and navy for the next fix McDowell, the young woman who had months, displaced the Nicaragua canal bill In U. l'ie U'i'li of the two the senate Thursday, preventing even taking been wronged. Neither Mhwlemioko, Ky., Dec. 17. News until men appeared In court, and Little's a vote on Ibe question of after the holidays ns had been Intended. Tho whereabouts Is unknown. The affair reaches here from Lee county. Vir deficiency bill was rawed after a spirited shock ginia, that Pleas Goln, who killed Hunt discussion turning prlnclrally on tho point of lias caused, the most profound Lceplng Ihe volunteer soldiers In the service. Louisville society has had for 20 years. Kcstcrson and mortally vvonded Fred HorsB The house Thursday surpassed all Miss McDowell was one of the' most lterk, was lynched by a mob of mounrrevlous records In the expC'H'Ion sIth which After he was strung up the It passed the pension appropriation bllL Thlv popular girls In society, and her fam- taineers. bill. In days gone by, has been one of Ihe most ily Is one of the most prominent In the men fired several vol cys into the body fruitful theme of acrimonious partisan debate. Goln fled after tho and dispersed. but Thursday, although carrying fl.OJO.OX) state. murder and It was several hours befora more than the act for Ihe current ear. It was Kentucky L'ome.tlc Money Order Uffle.t. passed In twenty minutes without a word of Wasiii.xotox Dec. 17. The following he was run dow n. irltlcUm. The bouse then entered upon the consideration of the bill to Incorporpost ofllccs In Kentucky will become Annt'ier HUc D union. I It tllmul e. ate tho International American bank. This money order offices January f;: Hern- FnAShFonT, Ky., Dec. 17. Col. Al-i project was recommend! by the stadt, Laurel county; Eugene, Slagoflln bert K. lloone, of Black Dlamoud railAn arrangement was ef aa congress lu fected for a vote upon the passage of the bin county; Grant, lloone county; Henroad fame, obtained articles of incorut 3 o'clock Friday. It was supported lade-bat- e dricks McOoflln county; Knottsville, poration from the secretary of state by Messrs. llrostus, (rep.. I'a.), Adorns, (rep , l'a.), Lacy, (rep. la.), and Walker (rep.. Daviess county; McAfee, Mercer counltrldgo Friday for the Ghcnt-Vcva- y Mess.); andoipoed by Mr. Cox, (dem.,Ten), Morning View, Kenton connty; and Terminal Hallway Co. It is capi Jenkins, (rep.. Wis.). Drlggs (dem N. Y ), ty; e. Oak-lllLocan county; ratesvllic, talized at 3.1,000, and Is to operate beard Ilartlett (dem., oi,. FROM ALL OVER THE STATE, i n i r 3 TJ" V! ,"?- .M...il oar. cjs;I f. cBt, nitr-mrsv- W ex-pr- ef ly Tnll-itt- panic-stricke- ry ex-pa- pr-w- to-thIri- e . puiba-bllllyl- k n y e e u ctuir-aclcritl- India-menl- f, fl The e v-- 1 1 To-da- 1 1 0,000-ycnr-o- td seml-olllclnl- 1 1 t!l 11 h peo-ther- m- fiy vt JAW-nessfC.- - Tiiie4&yHi&iimtM9?,?Q"r,7':V 7mTuimSmmSA lelVilVl"llili .to sT ' - s. .1 ". .L. mm$Q&i, 'hAffSSSSSk tJ& I I fau? .""' THE HICKMAN COURIER. THE PRESIDENT'S JUBILEE TOUR. 38 Words that Will Livo. People tuny properly differ in their eallinate nf Mr. Bryan, and they may wliementlj oppose or apliroe his lews or position, but no American leader since .lames O. Blaine has possessed tlio pift of einbodjlng a whole speech in as few words as does Mr. Brjnii. Walking nut of the oriny, and tlio seal taken off his lips. Bo an uttered thirty elht words, which will bo text Tor every American that nets ou the stump in the Brent Htnmulo "hlcb in now to mint", to defend the system of government which Washington and .leflerson made. These immortal words were: won-dorf11 Anuoxiug Canada, and Then ? (Jen. Wilson, one of President McICinlcj'a confidential escorts through the South, mnde n significant speech at Macon, Ua , in the presence of the President, and bo lieved by tunny to tie through tils inspiration. This ppeech predicts the annexation of Catindn and Mexico to tlio Unittd States, lie said In part: Splendid m the President's work has been, there still remains greater work for him to do. It is work which Justifies tliu President we are nt last In saying that it one, tlie Confederate soldier should receive the same treatment as tho Fedornl soldier. "I hope to sen tho day when cur starry ling shall float everywhere from the frozen North to the sun ny clime of Central America. ,W'e are ton big and powerful and progressive to have neighbors on I'll Continent, and I trust that lieforu tlie next administration of the President closes the flag w fly over every foot of tho Oontl!iit from the northern exlremit of the Dominion of Camilla to tlie Gulf of Mexico." Civil Wnr lit Npnlii. Hapless Spain seouis doomed to civil war. The cause of Don Car lu, tlio pretender to the tliroue, lias been strongt honed by tlio misfortunes of the reigning 1) nasty in surrendering so much territory to the Amorlcatirt, and now, he, at tho liead of mi army of 10,000, with a ureal uprising of the poo-piat their buck, Is asserting hl right to the tin 0110, It Is claimed that a largo part of the regular army will nn the first op- !L-Smit-ist.nrinnltv desert to bis banner. The c , , Hre ulllcllba etiemiesto! ., . . . '" umieu oihim. um as 10 me matter or that, tne loigntug is un less so. Tlie Indications ore now that Spain will have j oars of chll war, and which ever Dynasty wius, will leave ruiu and desolation. e - Market Report. (leorjtc Wurren. IIIOKMAN, ICY., FRIDAY, : : Words 2.1, JS98. of Reconciliation to : : DEO. to Tronlilent South. As to market report Tho American' aro always both fresh itud accurate, uud to bo thoroughly relied upon. Thcso ro ports will be n groat service to the HRrl oulturLst in- merchiiut. Bvo tho 1P0O offir ami HUbscrlbo through this ofllco. Until 19TO a Marl fc fc .lit IV 4 McKlulej'a trip to Atlanta, Savannah, unit other There niH.r be sham irony in tlio Southern points, wns a real ovn oontluuons BiiccPHtion from ho t rou to the Chief Magistrate of many newspnpera that llip time our country, nnil Ills words of re nro now ripe fur tho United Statca conciliation, pence and respect In to extend her ulmit mm hut tin- - ward the Southern people, nnil iniBi Inrpj'y Ireliiinl. Mtnl jive the long specially to the nlii Confeilernte ,, Mruntlinc Patriots of that Hr-ll(.ml vlljr, wa8 irv 1110 iretMiiini nicj on iiiitu tribute of truth and patriotism e; nnd moreover reacli util to The lime, the occasion, nnil all the duple Armenia anil L'ive theie circumstances, were especially peidecated anil devoted Ulirintian auspicious for snuli speeches. "Wo may believe that governments people Home philanthropic help. Just emerging from a war in or wo may plea of humanity, if there, which the Soul hern people had como tip from the people, On the believe th.it governments como down to are people ou earth who neeil onr hIiowii as much devotion anil conr the peoplo from thow who poiess the; heaviest cannon and tlio lariu'St ship ml help Diiruly it in Ireland nno In defending the ting us nny but we c.iunut advocato both doctrine." In. W O Wixtkh. rirninntt. Clinton. Ky . Burke's immortal paragraph, on other section, it woald have been lie has sold Plantation Chill Cure gij-cruel Hiid manifestly unjust for the supremacy of the humblest for many years, ami aiuoug tho many Ratifying Peace Treaty. subject of England in his own chill tonics ho timls the Plantation the to have the (Jomtniindcr-lu-Chiehouse over the King in his majnnt reliable ho sells, It nctsdlirenmt from tho uuiuluo tonics, which only. Therein ncarcly a doubt but said tiny lesH. None the less, the esty, was not more striking, and Ktotu chills for a short time It removes ' that the Paria Peace Treuty will sincerity of I'resideut MoKlnlej's not half as true as this utterance tho cause, nml tho euro is pcriuaucut. be ratified Ity tlio Senate of the declinations are not be doubted of the Nebruskitu. Noble Sentiment, Ktatnp LIcklnK Will Continue. United States. There in a large or impugned. And accepting his That CouIVtlurHte Uuilgc . I - Mr. Dlngley says- there will be m wie Ainem-nyuii.-,- i word na honest expreewons. o said the wnr was not 0 Who element noiinrjr are true, it ia to bo expected The sight of President McKln-le- that is, the war between the r ., m M.Jtiiy . L , no reduction of the war expenses "YWrnfmfifiirTirirw Uo r ojponeil to thejlhnt they murk m ne w era as to wearing a Confederate Veter President McKlnley in bis s'eecli before next winter, at tlie earliest, Hc(iilsltinn of the Philippine is 'sectionalism, and that henceforth an's hadtjo will amaze thousands at Atlatuasaid: and Mr. Hunnn declares that they " 'A nation wlile.li cares or its aro to be continued Indefinitely aaaH LH lauds, but now that the Peace there will be no North or South, of people, but the President bad aS W& alSo wo may as well make up our Treaty has been signed, will not politically, in this country. His boldly plunged in the swim, and disabled soldiers as we ways done will lack defenders. minds to slicking on stamps for a favor the undoing of the work, words of respect for (be South- there was no retreat. Let the Tho national cemeteries fir those long time to come, because even from various reasons not nt all In- ern soldiers are more potent, not hope be cherished that this sim- who fell in battle are prof that if there were no out lay for the arterfering with their original con- only because be is President, but ple aot will be the seal to com- the dead, as well an th lining my aud navy, obr expenses would a 2 --A. Blaaa-- J laaaaaV because lie is the acknowledged plete and perfect fraternity. Be have our love. What Br army of still be enormous. victions. This with sentinels W06S S element, accepting head of tho Republican parti, It said to his credit that after the silent lot ing carewe have and are Hells lliu? InTaTrhtlne. a what their rraves the situation as it Is, will make that party that alt tho rears since badge was pinned on, he wore it kept Every soldier'srave made a their fight for free government nt the civil war has stubbornly re- bravely and openly during bis during our unfortunnti civil war Is The ringing of bells at the new m T. In ? z 3" a homo and abroad, whereover tho. fused to accept the loyalty of the atay at Macou. Perhaps there a tribute to Americau valor. And church at Jernsalcm is an interest0 raT7 PimMW.apa ing new in Christian flag tloats, accepting no form of, Southern people as sincere. As will bo extremists left who will when those graves w?re made we differed widely abort the future worship in Palestine. There are government as right, except that a matter of truth, all the Demo- adversely criticise, but a ma of this government, these differ- three bells, and tbe right to use ! by the will and consent of the peo- cratic leaders of national reputa- jority of the American people will ences were settled long ago by them is one of the minor concesO tion for 30 years have preached surely applaud tbo simple act. ple governed. the arbitrament of arms and the sions of the Sultan to his friend time has now corns in the ovoln-tlo- tlio Kaiser. For over 300 years this same doctrine of reconciliaof sentiment and feeling un- the use of bells has been forbidBoth are Patriots. Improving (he MIsilKKlppi tion and the Hepubllcans, as a der the providence of Clod, when den to tho Christian churches iu party, have continuously antagowe tbe Holy Laud. in tho spirit of fraternity in review The friends of the Mississippi nized it. Now, that Ibe Sooth's The Courier-Journshould share with you in the caro Tbe Dark Salary. river improvement in Oougresa attitude in the Spanish war baa ing the recent utterances of Pres of the graves of the confederate ure to make a supremo effort the convinced the Republicans tuat!,ilcnt McKlnley and Col. William soldiers. Fhankfort, Ky., Dec. IS. next session to secure a sufficient the South is equally loyal and pa- Jennings Bryan, concludes that Fortunes for two 1'eare Coinmlnsion handed trs. Chief Justice Lewis Court ofdown Physician and Surgeon, Apan opinion in the and continuous appropriation fur triotic as oilier sections, there can both are patriots, and says: peals this morning aflirmlug the There is no great difference be 18 complete the be little doubt of tbe permanent six years to fully Deo. Washington, tweeu tbe two as as mere ex of State Day and White. judgement of tho Franklin circuit work outlined by the engineers. restoration of fraternity. As a preeslons go. The far Offloo ovor Lodford &. Rogers President has law Beid will receive at least 9I0U, court in the case of Fiulev, Onief in this work is levees on matter of truth, except with the the advantage of the Colonel as to ooo against tho Conr (jrrocory of State, each for assisting In the Peace monwnealth. Tho suit was to test both sides of the river from Cairo politicians, the civil war section- position; but both seem to agree' 0,iu,ion9 Hl Pnrll of the Secretary to draw engi alism has been practically obliter- iiiHi wb muni 11111 give me iiiupto New Orleans. These James Bassetl Monro, secretary the right year salary as manager' ueers-uosay that levees Is the ated for years. From a political pines back into bpaiu, nor oiler to of the poace commission, will re- 91,000a corporation department. of the sell them the open Europenu only feasible, practical work that party standpoint the civil war sec- market. Uolh are agreed that we ceive 00,000 for bis services iu The lower court held that he was Paris. can be done. Thla together with tionalism has played an important must hold them, nt tho least for a this ia Senators Davi?, Fryo and Gray, not entitled to ll, and have to pay Fin ley will the deepening of tlie chnuuel at part; that is to Bay, hundreds of while, and, as to how long, neither under tho law cannot draw two Splendid Selection of the mouth below New Orleans, men in the South have voted the Is willing to "undertake to narrow salaries, and they will have only back salary already drawn. their expenses in addition to their represents substantially .the im- Democratic ticket solely through it down to minutes.'' A county supenntomlent In a neighsenatorial salaries. provements boring ronnty nsketl every teachor in NEW BOOKS, contemplated. The Southern feeling and prejudice; Cheap Money. 100.000 ench for the iutituto if thty took their county The sum of i Improvements will cost many mil- and correspondingly in the North Messrs. Day aud Keid is tho mini- or local paper, ami only six acknowledghundreds have voted the Nepal). The newspapers claim that a mum figure. It Is payable with- ed that they did. The auicriutendent lions of dollars, but it Is claimed STATIONERY, will be comitnratlveljr nothing to ilicmi ticket solely because they foreign nation tin ita raprpannt. out rrreina to nnnuraaa, nnt f expressed snriruo. and said : ''Yon ilnn't a miliar u year wmi hum paixra, l'iiu the national defense fund of ihi reat Hilvutitugea to be tlierc octtrrett tlm Democrat's party to nlfves la New York negotlming and yet yon 'xiKyt thorn to atlrortiso NOTIONS, SLt. yon, to print fife of charge nil notion be the old rebel party. These have loan from Americau capitalists. by secured. of itiitltntvv, insort Ioiik prwrramme been facts. In the future party It is also said that this is tho first Origin of the . a :11c Keelfoot I.aVe. and in many other ways asdU yon to Call aud seo our Stock. Kvcry ladder to better ixitiotm and Democrats Against Bryan. alignment will not be so distinct- - iustauco nt the kind in the histo-ivelto the origin of the "ulariei. without a cout in return." In regard tiling up to date. marked, but rather marked ry of the United States. The op- Tlu- Dyrrehnrg Lake, 1 state of Mai:y J Kit end is & Co. It is developed that Senator by couvlclions on present iseues., posite hss beeu the rulo Uncle name fromReelfoot tradition,will learn n charter has lxfn O.iretto roport-- that tiled for a railroad I family that Sam has generally hud to go that the creek supplying the lake from Hnnilwlilt via Dywburg to Tip. Jones, and other Democratic Sen1'tHiplo seem deteraiined that tonvdlo ators, are against Brjiin, claiming abroad to borrow his own pocket ...1, rf- The Canal Business. from tho first TptonviHe lmvo railway ..ocom-tieJohn Davidson, n cousin of modatiom. and money. And this when tlu Unitthat Bryan is seeking to obscure the mogul-- at Tin- If seems to bo a foregone con- - ed States has for years been con- - my graudfutlier. This John Da tonvllle un not botherimr er tnnch the Free Silver issue and make vidson was aflllcted with a "ret about it. in fact seem very wells nulled null itnti imperial- ciusiun mm tne unneu atates ts;ceded ,0 bo tlie richest country (dacct nor to Wm. Plrtilbrlnk,) fool." and in conaenuence went witn iiieirsteamtHxii Klectna, tho uiney (,'et tho City rjrereism the great Issues of tbe next to build tho Nicaragua!! canal, oroneart,,t Bat in tne malter of by tlie of "Reelfoot." bnru Union the IIIALM i.s ami Presidential campaign. Bryan, tho Panama; that kind of a spitit ll0laa, cna,. our Government, as The crpek upon which he settled M they will bo thrico has possessed the country, and its well as all our greatest and larg- was called Iteelfnot Creek after blesuwl Troy himself has never made nny exjtroccrics and when the lake' pression looking to the abandon 'going to be did." Audit does est railroad companies, and other his fiprnoil flnrfnn. tlin oorlhrtnuVo vun ill Vnn llavj. Tn tin ment of silver, only he has ex not appear to bo much difference enterprises, have gone to Europe (0f lsllf tUo Hamo Imna Waa given 'in order to avail yourself of tho 1000 of. pressed himself earnest ly on these, W,,,B "nte is taken, a gigantioto gel lt from fact lhnt in tnu iiht U to cat out tho tilank, to it. Itoelfont" John Doyldson in other questions. The truth flp - J0" confronts ns. The uroof of' ouI(, be iIH,i cueaner. Now. thov lived near thla lake for snvpr.il All it onepniperlyto and send it.Intogether niOKMAN, KWiTUQKY. ilollar tho paper , or.r0 f,..,:, was 10r1.1ed.-G- eo with which . ,hUaunonncement pears to be that the Democratic) ,,lie " llmt ei,c, company hurl ay. thla ia revereed-th- at money appoaw. We do tho rest. Senators never iutended Brjati tolluee accusations against the oth - js CUenper in New York than In w. Davidson of Tullahomu, in the a8hvi!lo American. ami furnish the proof of the nuy 0( tj)e Enropean money cen. be nominated the last time, but! Cheap Katci to ArLaimas anil Texas. -FREE DELIVERY. But tlie country be - terfl why is thin t One reason his wouderful magnetism and ora- - nPC08,,lll,M8' W The Mississippi ItiTcr. On October 4th and 18th, November Tolodiono that the building or the ca- tory broke ull tbe Mates, and for.Hevea Store No. 9J; Resl that the balance of trade hav. 1st ami lfith. Cth and SOth. ced his own nomination. We! Iml is of ""t'onal and internallou- - ill(, lieen rtrBeiv in our favor. En. tho Cotton Holt ftonto will bull The subcommittee of tbe idenco, No. fid. from St. Louis, Cairo don't believe there Is a man living1"1 importance, necessary to the rope lias had to pny us the differ ntn committee nn commerce, nn. troilllil trip ticket, alj , ArkmHiUt, (mfJ Ml.ni,pnUf who, tinder ull tbe circumstances, future growth, progress and enc0 ln aoUl Anotier lHt ,liat pointed to investigate the floods Louuiaua and Toxa.n aud Oklahoma, at for the roniidtrip. could in that campaign, have made ve.optneni 01 -- ureater Amerlco,luero 18 not a auniciency of great of the Mississippi river under the '"10 ' will bo nllowed on troliig trip the light so nearly successful as and hence Undo Sam must loot nnd 8man enterprises at homo to resolution 20, 1897, aud within IB days, and tickets will be good did Mr. liryan. lint in 1000 the tlio mils no mutter how nmny job- create a demand for this money. to make recommendations for (,) return withiu SI ilays from date of J. M. WITTING, circumstances may, and doubtless bers and robbers appear iu the their prevention in tho futurc.j "Vho Cotton Helt p.issea directly thro" Xol In a Tnousiind Years. will be, very different, and Ilrjnn, coulruct. ,,r,it portions of Arkansas, LouU- held a meeting last week and .. ...In... .1.1 ...ill It...... ..n.t ,..vn., DUAI.KR IN the most wonderfully mngiiftlu Nashville Christian Advocate: tically agreed upon the form ofdi(i n,kl..lini,v for iin,n.B.10ifni Universal Peace Congress. orator iu tlie world, may not bo We have no trace of ill will against tho report to bo made to tho full euro gtMKt location. For full particulars, as to rates, etc., STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES the most available candidate. It The subcommittee On committee. Is said that every nation on our colored ami iiir free copies or handsomely It presented the results of I.. I.., is dangerous tn nominate a once the contrary, we wish (hem pros in a printed volume of im lumirr, lustr.lU.a ,(.,mphlets about Arkansas, TOBACCOJCIGARS, ETC, over 500 LouUUnu ami Texas, writo to defeated cuudiduto. Hut, If (ho the globe to which the Czar of Pe"ty in moterial Bnd spiritual pages, giving the testimony taken M. ADAMI, race of 1900 is to be a forlorn hope, Russia sont Invitations to join a "'&9- Complete, nlwJi T. A.. "" .ov"y ,1 occasion wo together with tho several mops or E. W LaHkaume,P. O. P.Cairo, 111.,A., Mr Stock I isirwlle Ibe Frub ntl com( concerted movement for disarm- p ubllo lo tnj no man could curry the Demotvfthnnt aniIT. Atttmnnnll oil nnd illustrations pertinent to the nd ee me. St. Louis, Mo. cracy to a more honorable and uineiit, has responded favorably;', inMh ,,,, unjlI8t meihoileof trent-an- work In baud. The subcommittee Cib pikld for Country ProJuee. yet it is the universal opiiilou lug (hem. We aro glad to see furnishes much practical informarjlorfoua defeat than Win. J. Iiry-uliny It. $l,tt50 Will of tbe press that this Oongreas of them get property, uoiuiro knowl-th- tion aud gives aomo interesting WlllloK' old lod, CIIdIod Blroel, o every war. conclusions, but makes compara-- t Tlin fiirm Ictinu-- tut tlin O. W. Pnwell Nations will not have any snli- - ?rtK' an'1 HICKMAN, KY. Congjiess has adjourned for stantial results. The great heart ,U,l.W, "taorAwill nnt our"ol,er- lvely few recommendations. placo, near Hickman, 100 acres, 60 or in a thous- They discuss tlio reservoir and nioro acres cleared, orchard, good houses the Holidays, ns is the custom. of the people everywhere, in years reach that level of in- outlet system, and conclude that etc., can bo lxinght for t!,W.00. For DR. S. K. DAVIDSON ery nation, and in every clime,1 telligeuce aud that stability of both are liiiprncticnblo for tbe further information, seo These enormously UKO. WAKKE.V, statesmen have been In session beats warmly tor peace and against 'character which will make them prevention of otertlows on a big Hickman, Ky. 2t nearly three weeks and must needs war. llut the lodgment of feuri11',6, e,laul8 "l"" 'or man of the scale. The conolnslon Is reached have one weelt'a rcot. that the improvement to South COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. IIIOKMAN, KENTUCKY aud distrust which one nallon hasl Pass to the extent necessary to Unolk Sam snuceeds to tho act- lowuru unowier seoniB to preoituie, Southern States. That question rentier it ueep enough to accomFULTON OIItCUIT OOUrtT. Ofiloo ovor Cowgill & Cowglll'a ual ownership nT CO fine church tbe possibility of any permanent is settled. The whole force of the odate die largest modern ships la J. P. Tvler, Afcsigneo of A. Drue Htoro. United States Government, polit- - ImniacttonblH In v w nt Order bouses iu Porto Rico. What's to good. J. Kirklund, Plt'ff, ical uiid military, brought to Dear expense, anil tho opinion indica-rorof vs. bo done with thenif What i period of fifteen years, utter- - ted that Southwest Pass opens A. J. Kirklaud, Tho Padn- - Uofcronco. I). Q. FAHK. J. O. SI'EIOIIT Stamps .Host he Affixed. will he give (hem tol PerDiiilfhiig Trust Co.,. ly failed to bring such a result to the only fenslblo deep call water haps make mission houses of them Henderson Mutual I). & PARK & SPEIGHT, Another experiment of the let to the sea. No recoinuiemln. Deputy Internal Revenue Col L. Association, John Mc- for each and all to use. 1. u ti rr., ..... 1,.,. iuiiiiii iti same sort will oud in the same tlnn Is made for legislation look in..in.. it, w. Malum, O. K. Rice. Ed. KEJNTUOKY. unrj f.....i MAYPII3LD, wutin way. Ing to tho Improiemeut of thla Oholson, etc , Dft's. Senator Mason, of Illinois, has necessary to issue the following: Wilt do a General Law Utinlness Onlercd that all creditors of A. J. waterway. announced bis championship of "I II nil it necessary lo call tho The Washington authorities tie. Kirklaud, Assignor, appear before W. in all OourtH, Stale and Fed Commissioner of tho the postal savings bank and or' attention of the public to the sec ny the reported enormous salaries oral, nnd Iu all tho Courta Assistant Auditor Johnson P. Taylor, Master Court, and provo and pure food regulation. "I am es- tion of li u war revenue law per to be paid Secretary Day and .Mr. ia Fulton Circuit of Fulton Oounty. inn nb gratified over tho faut tlio their claims agabut said assignor pecially Interested," said he, talk-lu- tabling to tho renting or leusiugi Wliltelaw Reid. that sheriffs of seventy flvo of the ou or by Jan. Nth, 181)9, on pain of be- rroiiipt Attention (Jlrcn Collcctiona. on the subject, 'in two matters or Hinds, etc. bvery lease, agree- 1, moiuuh, IMglst. Moscow, Ky.. 119 counties of ICeutuuky have ing forever barred from prosecuting of general legislation, namely, the Ilieilt, IlH'IllO rati (III III or OOlllruot ' aavs ho roILi Plantation . Chill Ourn mill tled In full with tlie Auditor set- their claims ngalust said asslgueo of A. : . .. use or rent ot- any tiuiu it suits 7ms trauo ixvau.su it enull : . .. v. .7 for J, Kirklaud, creditor Icgatocs, or disi.ii, vaiauiisuiug u puotni uiu suMugs.tor tne hire, taxes duo in 1898.. Only about tributees, and said Master Commissionuunic system, utul a reaolnllonj lands, tenement or portion there cates tho system of all malarial poison, 8100,000 remains to bo paid in er is ordered to make rujiort to tho next Blacksmith and Undertaker and he xnarauteca it. providing lor investigation of the. of. should be stamped. A viola from the remaining bliorifls, term of this court tho assets aud liablll-tlo- s adulteration of food products, tlou of this law not only renders It Is said of Napoleon of said assignor. IIIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. ., tho party subject to prosecution LV. A Movement has boon stnrted Ordered that all creditors of said asthat such was tho majesty ud uuij l.lll....l "ootp llio n,,ln uivniivcu puopiu ME A TftlAI. when yoli wn iu tho woild who are not protect, and heavy line, but the document of his me in that mou thought him in Georgia to honor the memory signor bo enjoined from prosecuting any lllackenillhing done, ed in tho matter of food adulter- is Invalid us evidence iu any court. tall when iu reality be was but live of Mies Winnie Davis by estahlihli-lug-n- action against A. J. Kirkland, or his Wngonn, &c. llor'ntlioeing or a repair In ejierlalljr through industrial school for girld. nislgnco, except reference,this action. ation, and this bill affects all artilam instructed to make rigid feet two Inches. Had ho lived to and ordor I alto lite i a full line of This order of cles of food subject lo such investigation of this matter nt day ho would be ruled out of the The movement Is beaded by die ull creditors, is ordered to bo Our ten, coffee, vinegar once. United States army by the regu- Daughters of Confederacy and pjbllshod iu tho Hickman Courier, a Undortakor's Goods, Bud spices, nnil ut least filty per Tlio stamps required are: For lations. Lord Nelson would also will have the hearty support of uowripawr at Hickman, Fulton county, Common, llORpwnoJ, nnJ Holhl Black Wall Kentucky. cent, of everything that goes on a period not exceeding one J ear, be rejected. Thus two of the tho Georgia legislature and of nut Coflim anil Onaea, wliloh can be Oftcil Oiven under my hand as onr tables ia adulterated. Some 20c: exceeding one year and not world's great heroes would have Georgia's people. The idea orig- Fulton Circuit Court, thisClerk of tho up on nhort notice, ana at rouankblt November of It la deleterious to health and more than three, COo; exoeediug boen doomed to other and perhaps inated with Mrs. Uallle Alexander 31st, 1808, price", (live me a call. MT Slup ntar tha Jill. Boundsavllle. J. W. MORRIS, Clerk F. C. C. Uffaud all of It ia fraudulent, less favorable pursuit!. three yean, tl. - For Humanity's Sake' UNSURPASSED, An OilVr UNEXCELLED, UNEftUALED. BIBX XT XS: "'",.,; Ar-uii .,.' :, I "TBl ! uy-nast- y I'roin NOW mull JANIIAIIY InU 1IIOO, Ton get for ONE DOLLAR (lift OKKATaKMI-WUKKLAMKUIOAN. Send ou four ttollur nnil lake HilvutitHi;. of till, offer. THINK OF IT! For the regular yearly price of a weekly, yon got a TWIOK A paper Tor the entire balance of the years 1808 and 1800 or until the year 1000. Fill nut the blank below and send it to the publication In whloh (his offer appears: WKKK rnt)1li!iri: Tenn., from Ibt I 11 11 f ' a.- oeloKrtl ont J.ilUr, for nh 10 nut prr uulll tL Ixkr Mrh iiJ nlvnlr' nf jour m Tht t!f Ut of Januiry, 1910 Oflcr IDOO. Atuttlctu, Ntjbtlllt, You will flu! n .,.,.i.,i, v- y sV-e- '"'IP1"1"! Ol .Vlf tvtullUl, lvlffU, Stall. IIIOKMAN WAGON CD., PAMIII'AlTl'Nr.RX or TIIR rBLKtlBATED 32 dep-irtur- m is;;csu PPPPH mU n al ,.Lon Naylor,.. Hioksnan, Zy. HICKMAN WAGONS. ED. IHiiDiicaaiir to llnok Ilron.) DVCEJyESI;, DEALHH IN Sec-rotar- y 1 - Cash Book Store. up-hel- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. BBPAIRINGAgPIKlALTr. WORKGUARAKTRID! Call and Sec our New Slock of Jewelry. Cliulnu Hlrrcl. IIH'KWAKI. KY y - i 1 ,.,. ., "Majestic" Cooking Ranges The Best in the World ! You C'aimet Jlaho a WlnlnUe r, yt-- t , &. K Bartlett, Provisions, I In Buying One of tliese Ranges! One of its Strongest 1'olnta Is III ulck-nam- e Htt'.-t- ulck-nam- e, ' Fancy and ECONOMY HnyliiR a IN TUB USE OF FUEL!. Mlnutea uieana a llle-tlm- ,e IUken niBcuila 'Majestic" In 4 lilght Bread In 40 Minntm. of Kconouilcal Ouoklog e it Call ami I'xniiilnc The in. You'll Ituy no Other. " r Sen-'l'io- KERR & RAITDLE, d, ,,, .... W-- htop-over- TiieCasIi Grocer prac-M'1- 0 .1 w ,,,. 11 11 fellow-citizen- Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.. ( hlll-H- . 4 Stir Genuine Soth Tliomaa Alarm Clocks for $1.00. IIIOKMAN. KY. Doors East of Laclede Hotel, d n. e B. T. I ev-i8- - over-worke- d IDexitlstt. HICKMA1T PUItlM.UM 4. Tll-KII- . I'r.i't. C. 1. IIOLCUKDE, V. HrrVI. HICKMAN, KENTUOKT. UKUIVinRD PRUFITH 910,000. 8 IT. C. J0UIR0.1,C.t ASTES, SZtrJSS ffirffit J Paid Up Catital $50,000.00. Solicits your buaiuesB. Wn offer tlin most Llbornl Accommodntioni to our OnatonioiB OonfilHteiit with Katablibhed Biinkini! Pilnclplea. R. T. TYLER, O. A. HOLOOMBK, J. NAYLOR, W. II. BALTZER J. W. COWniLL, W. L. MoCUTOHEN, W. O. JOHNSON.. T- k 1 1 1, J deuom-inatioi- n I I out-pas- s. unfj V T1 T5 T,"S3 g ..,,.. . a The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! LAKOn WKCK A. F. OLIVER, PAOE3 EVEUV FOft ONLY $1.50. ti Donn-part- e n adul-tcrntio- neml.weikly tlepulitlc. Iba hail aanaral nawapaper printed in the worlJ, oonuininit all lh. newii in night pagea twloi-.ieami Tbe Ittpubllo Model M ajauna oat year for $1.50. Tbe Itcpubllo SiiiiJ.it Mmatiiie ra tbe nerspaner anocm of 1807. A home Jon rnal of Ibe bad olait, lb large pge a every week, 4 paiea ol run, M It eontaloa more biib-ela, pageaof the hrltbteit ami bail renting print il. r picture itnl cirloon thta ware ufer atle'npled in any other puuitE.tiuu, V More uiteil wrllera aa nrlluli oontribule lo Too ltpubllo Magailoe than to I any oilier Wraiarn ptililioalion. me Aiaif'iiiDe win u itiii oniy in connection "mi me itffllweeiiy .tie. tepar&taly eaali week h ubllo, bill ia mailed ... I' Tht .1 i ji j k .i.... nuuit'.i .ii utu.il ii -- iu L arntni-mi- ttnittrkimi- - S&amaei XIIK ItErCULK, At. Le Bis, J . J U , i ..... V'.....Ii,,'W.7:.uk;-4.'.itt''1ai4i'.ts'i-- t' " shi?URii: aaajtfieiitfaBaags rlU7SamSlMvias,iel1rMLiiffiTS'r, t; 1'lviwtmti'T?F,w,piiiTwp,'r-,?"- r' -- TiT'fflMMmhhr - TriYTTf -- mnifrJ-Jfr- i rir-n k - nm: - ' . . i ' v-i!- 1 ' it u.aiaBti4-iL4b a ;tg?3SSffiiR T' ."-'- " 5y?5rS!S?5yTOriTnw,y?g;Ts5! JpJKH Mft&r gmimmmtmmmtmvmmtm $mUkw mm iHiumumm, j a- - 4 t, 1.. c '.,;. nnmiwiMi jtmwt !! " m.n -- y ASSIGNEE'S SALE NOTiOE. A -- 2 LIME, CEMENT,. Dressed I Rough aui Miir, ETC, DOORS, BLINDS, SASH, shingles; Builders' Material Always on bind. Will cheerfully make estimates on nny quantity dejired, nud guarantee lowest prices. L P. &W.S. Ellison T" ? r ' ? T T' '?''T' t V lliillroml Time Tnltlr. N., O. & LKWKSi Trala No. l all Tralv No. I, il locnl-and-Porsono- St. Ij. H. It. AIIIUVMi .10 p. m. I Tt.l. Mo, M, ? U .. m p. m. I Train Nit, i, f .US p. m U li No doubt you've often heard, lit tbU busy world of push, Tint n bird In thu band Is worth two In tbo buh. Nut onn littlo bird In n milliner's slorn lit worth of the others A doien or iim:. No school noxt wtsik. A merry Christmas to you nil. Soo tho6 rent Candy ntSitAW'n. Read tbo Christina mil. iu this ft UstlO. don't count. "Knob St. I.ooU bread at Irvine's. Don't forget your contribution to charity. Everybody owes ( gift to omo ono at ChrUtuias. Tho rabbit trado has been brisk for tho jiast fcW weeks. tho 7Se Storeannouncements of Wll-oHook in this issue. Oipt. Levi Hates, of Hcnsie, Tenn., was In tho city this week. Dr. John W. Prnther, of Woodland Mills, was iu tbu ity Tuesday. Mr Diva It. Harnett, or lUclfo-jt- , Tauii., i in thu city thti wiik. TfX. (tool New Orleans Molasses nt Tim uo:U innn now wear nn 6x10 mile. Tbo rabbits yon kill, but can't And, tiiuw b. Thu namo Is too often but a shadow larger tli.in the man behind it. Mnslor, of Union Attorney Jih Uily, wax on our MiveU Monday. A dollar ndvertlwmiont Is sometime worth hundrobi of dollar to a businc Innn. "vi y afc. Tor nil VI nit i of Tropical Fruit KO to UAlU'rllKIts". Kid, but pen-llTho weather lis will ooiiii) t Hlckmuii to trade. ' It iwyn. Material Is Ixdng placed on tho All thing mlk'lit comr to tho man ground preparatory to the commence-moii- t wait if itturratloii didn't K''t there of work on tlio Cumber! mil vho Un And remember, wo not only give but tho most change back. As usual we propose to namo prices Mrs. Snlllo Adams and Miss Huby of In tills commnniiy. No aso to Iluruett nro visiting in Reolfoot, Teuu. for DOLLS. TOYS, etc., pay bocauso it's Christmas time I Let us D. F. Kelly, of tho Kansas Keg- help you save some money In making Iment, is visiting relatives near towit. it Is little lets than a slu to shiver vour selections for Christmas pnwonts. In u Summer shirt. Mrs. J. T. Stephens and Miss J til la Better come early and get the crciun of .Tucknou spent several days in Troy, tills Hero you can find Bkiicnueh & Co. tho lot. week. Heavy FIcece-LlueShirts nnd DrawTho Hiekmnn, Columbus and Cairo ers for f0c. W OAiurrriEiw' Is tho ptace to get conulco, sweet Oranges. Ho keeps Florida Heavy Natural Wool Shirts and Draw- Packet Co. will be nn iucororated stock cern In n few days with a capital ers for .Vc. Itussotts. Heavy Hlbbed Shirts nnd Drawers for of fS.OOOrf Tho officers of tho company will Ikj A. F. Jones, president; fieuj. 0. W. Curlln. or Vandcrbllt Unlver-nlt60 ceuts. (Knsbville) is spending holiday at McMnhou, vtco president andtreasurer j . Our stock of John A. Couch, malinger; Frank home. secretary and trafllio manager. Many nhsent Hickman peopio nro HEAVY HOSIERY, The steamer Elk will bo their packet arriving homo to spend tho Christinas GLOVES and MITTS whon tho Ico runs out. Cairo Bulletin. Holiday. Ls complete. Some Special Values in No sensible mau, says tho Western MLvi Carrio Konloy, of Paris, Tenn., these Hues. Watchman, should get mad because a bo the guest or MIm Ivey Check, will As n HfKCIAI. INDUCEMENT, wo will novfujmrx--r mm tiuiiM lilm for money. tliU week. glvn 10 fHT cont.'olt tho regular A ."dnu" 1 uol u iuiMMolimmt or ft V)fA I'looo jmtlr 6lirtlni onlrr for ' price on nil subscriber s integrity, bnt au outcroprtvuii uysters witn UAitirrnciu. no TAILOR-MAD- E ping of tho publisher's necessity. InSUITS will sell them to you cheaper than yon stead of getting angry nnd stopping his can order them. paper for what is honestly due, tho sub&c. AND PANTS, scriber should thank tho editor for waitMrs. Ada Holland, of Paducah, ing ou him so patiently, and pay up liko Ky , Is visiting her parents, Mr. unit I'uRNISIHNO ) n mau. GOODS is Mrs. J. T. Htubbs. DEPARTMENT Somo neonlo snv that tho nrlvato Nine times out or ten tho man who character of nn omployo should have no Is let iu on the ground floor or a scheme Tlio eventful year of 189S Is now bearing npou his relations with his emlands In tho collar. within a short tlmu of simply being a ployer ; that so long ns ho does his work Mm. W. A C.irpcuternnd daughter, memory. In tho matter of history-makin- g satisfactorily It is nobody's business how TELEPHONE J"o. 30. Clara May, nre visiting relatives iu Mc the year 1899 will probably lend ho spcuds his timo nwny from iho store LemorscvlUe, Teuu. nil other years in tho lant decade of the Tills is a fallacious idea, however, savs an exchnuiro. In railroads, banks, and Her. V D. Jenkins, Presiding Eld- closing century. other lines or business, there Btrict er or this district, was in town WednesTho tempcranco ladles of tho Ful- watch kept upon tho habits or is day, enrouta to Tiptonvllle, Tenu. ton Magisterial District nro to make a cs, nud if they nro known to lie employ, spendhouse to honso canvass, making II' Villi IIIIVIITU'IVT ing thidr snare hours in dissipation, it is appeals to tho father, husbands nnd not long to pay two prices tor Toys nn'd 1 loliday they aro dropped from sons, to vote ngatnst tho saloons ou Feb. their positions. lltli, as wo nro informed, Wo aro sorry to learn that MUs VirAt a regular mcetinc of Elm Camn Great care should bo taken to select No. 3, Woodmen of tbo World, ginia Lnten is coutlntd to her bed with the right kind of reading and stories for Friday evening, Doc. ICth, tho held ou tho fever, nt her home, near Cayco. followchildren. Some stories are better told members wero Sir. John T. Dillon, or Shaw. MLss., than read, others mako gixxl reading, ing ensuing twelvo elected :to serve for months tho Is expected homo or have their clothing made to measure and nud it Is important that a child should Jas. O. Wearu, Past Con. Com. to hx?ud Christmas with his parents. learn early to listen to reading. S. D. Luten, Consul Commander. should know that we have the sole agency Geo. It. Carpenter, Adv. Lieut. Mr II, 15. Sanders was nt New MadTho corn market iu Hickman has in this city for the matchless productions of rid, Mo , bnylug corn for Messrs, L P. been lively nnd exciting, and, as a F. II. Ca.se, Clerk. Eugene Naylor, Hanker, & W. S. Ellison or this city, this week. no immense, nmouut has been O. K. Wearu, Escort. iu fc. lJring your old funntnro to rushedand byTho prieo commenced at L. GATZERT & CO., l 0,, Wm. Schupbach, Watchman. rapid competition reached Stephen & Smith for repairs. ExjKTt A. J. Claywell, Sentinel. 60 iu the shuck, nnd closed yesterday s workman, and work douo with J. M. HubKird, Physician. at 11.60, but unsteady. and despatch. engaged exclusively for more than This Order ls growing rapidly wt ' - Tho remains or tho womati found applications were approved bv tho82. 7 ' Mr. T. 11. Smoot, or Union City, is Sor, In the city this week, buying com for iu the woods near r ulton, some two or crcign Physician from Jan. 1st to Dec Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring. hayo been 1st, 169S. the Morgau A: Hardy Groin Co.. of that tbreo w(eks ago, prove-tRow-- I jthnsoot a woman named "Dot" ciy. land, n social outcast of Fort Smith, We cordially invite our friends and the Atlanta has n hotel In which the Ark. Sho was nddlcted to tho umo of room are ilcsliaintcd by tho names or cocaine, nud Ls believed to have comgeneral public to favor us with a call and I aunounco Public 8tnt. Tbo oilieo Is tho DUtrlct or Co- mitted suicide. Tho Fulton Leader that desire to employed, Rto JtheHessov. I have iTs?crA SaViaVa immense line of ttwatsA lumbia. hunted dowu tho clues found near tho tho St. Loms Jeweler. i 5aW, Mrl "VDVrAw Sanvxs from which we are hangings nt Mavfield. Thurs-- , body. Watchmaker and Diamond Setter, who! Two ls ulo a Post Grndnate Optician, which, day, Feb. 3Unl Will Tntt, for wife (JKEAT CHRISTMAS prepared to make to order puts him iu position to test your eyes i murder; nud Bob Illauk, for rae. accurately. All repair work done at' r lloth coloretl. Qurktoekof Holiday Goods I tQiftdcrate priciw and guaranteed. will Tbo Masons of Fulton nre making ou display, uud woWe contimiu to ntlil Kyi's tested fretf. propose ''to until Christmas. ettensio pmpirat ions for their annual your ChrUtuias shopping a miccohs. make For tho next 30 days I will sell S00 HandsoERe and AplMiiiiet at that phieo on next Tueoday Spectacles' for a.OO. Don't fall to take propriate girts Tor every nicmlier or the night, 37th Inst. thLs onivtrtunity family A siviug iu time and worry in advautago of ED. MKVKR, Jeweler This is tho timo of year when tho selection Rkiiemiim fc Co. 3V s T?ossOds announcements iu the nro miieh moro eagerly read than We Guarantee Absolutely to Fit and Please You fn Every Respect. tlio news nmtlir. Daskits. two-price- s 8eo Awilguec'H Halo Notico In this issue. Fcrd Herendes tnado a trip to Now Madrid this wistk. fiaP"Nutsof nil kinds at CAiHTTmrtM'. Chiis, Ilnltier Ls upending tbo week In bhaw, Miss. Tbeo. Oolder, of St, Louis, is visiting Iu tho city. Heo tho French China nt Shaw,. C -- Mr. Til Dnnictt, of Tibtoiivlllo, was in tho city this week, Mr. J. 0. Harm. hns liecu confined to bis bod for tbo past week. lieu Unmhani, of Woodland Mills, siciit sovtrnl days In tho city this week. gjtT Heo CAHUTiicns' lino of Fiincy When Underwear Found Dead. - Mr. Sam Burton, well known cm izen In thU county, but who had licon living for two years pnst near James' Hayoii, Mo wiw found dead, Monday, lu tho woods, itenrhlf homo.' Ho had genu out iu tbo morning (0 chop some wood, bnt not returning, his wifo be swnnm!?mn??ffffi!!mmmnimmmmmmm?mwnmt by is so Cheap came uneasy, nnd sent Bomo parties in search or him. Ills issiy was louuii neur a tree, woe.ro bo had commonced chopping, but ho hau been dead somo timo. Ills death is believed to liavo resulted from heart diseuse, nud no Other thought Is entertained, A New Goods ! New Goods I wtng waiiy.. B-- ij Jlerry, JtoncySn? lug Chrlstmns. d y, .... ... Gas-sid- , Oranges, Prunes, Apples, Date., Cocoanuts, Figs, Candies, Nuts, Citron, Mince Meat Currants, Dried Peaches, Dried Apples, Grated Pine Apple, Sliced Pine Apple, Best, California Canned Peaches,- Pears, Apricots, &c., &c, Kaisins, Iht Aral dy of Iho Fulton (Tonaty Court, si or nboal tbo hour of I o'clock, n( thsr front iloor of the Coart llimt In Iflok-ras- n Ky,, pfoetcJ lo sell la blglmt and heal bidder, upon erfJIt of ! and nionlhf, the foriowlne drierlbtj rf si esisie fjti'jr In Fulton eounir, Ky. and described as follottij The 8oiilh-El- -l Qnsrier nf feo 19 Towmhlp 1 Rung 6, Wct. The North CO acres of the North Ksi Qaaitir of Sreilon 30, Toneh1p 1, lisuge 6, Wnt, and 6 acru In tb North Wen rornerof thu North Weil Qosrlir of Sea '29 loituihlp I, Hsnge 6, Wet, kooirnsatba ft. S. Ntiirtell bolleor farm, of Hlckmto, about ! miles Poulli-WeKy,, being; same tbst ai.oed by asld Mnrrell to m. The purebsier to ex ecute bandi with approved seourity bear in( U per cent, inltrtat fiom dale, payable; to m as listener, and to bav the fores and effect of replevin bondi upon nklcb will rsl Didder execuilon mar Inn. prepared lo cooiplj with these; lernM, W. I'. TAYLOR, Aaalinie, T hli Deo. 20lb, 1698. 1 authority cl ths Pclln Coustj rurt nndtr nn ordor msJs tit tk Notembr tefrn. 1 80S, I, Ilia undcritiaed, inlint of sld It. S Murrtt, will e Monilsy, Ibe Olh dy of Jsnusry, 1999, Mm flnf in Aiahtot of R, 8. MarreM, n4 l3 lIro il su -Z Cranberries, Cheese, the time to place your order for NOW Christmas Goods. Come early, avoid the rush. 3 3 3 at tcnlon to the announcement of tho extraordinary offer made by tho publish. ers ot xno American, Nashville, Tenn., which njrpears In thU offcv is this ; t or ono uol- paper. Tho flato yon nbtvtico a weelf; from-e- ho scribe until Jan. 1st J POO. In case yon wish to nmil yonrwelf of this offer send In your RubscriDtion to this office. Ed, isemi-weeary It is with pleasure rabltshers' AnnonncemeBt. that wo call your - 'Tttv' ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. H.ivincf n naif fled ns asslcnoe. any and all persons holding claims ngatnst R. S, MurreJl aro respectinnr nounea w mo tho sarao with me, properly proved ac cording to law, at my olflco In Fnlton, Ky. This ept. 29th, 1898. Assignee of R. S. Mnrrell. W. P. TAYLOR, S- L P. & W. S. ELLISON. FItDJI MCD CREEK. Kwron Counint : Perhaps n few lines from my pen would bo nnpardonnblo, and yon will for(?lvo tho Intrusion, I think, when you reflect. I do not re member to liavo ever read a communication from this neighborhood, nnd I've resided hero over fifteen years. Things joi? along with tho satno old monotony, and I know ladies who would reign as queens In society, aud add a cliurm to any circle, yet they nro spending their davs toiling, toiling ou. It may Ihj nil right, for aro wo not commanded to labor nnd work with our hands, thnt we mny liavo to givo to tho needy? However, I think if our conn, try pcoplo would vnry tho order of things and take more recreation and pleasure, their lives would bo happier and moro cheerful. Ouo consolntion however, Ls that our country Is Improving', in nnpearanco nt least ; New residences, churches and schoolhonses nro dotting here, there and everywhere. On the old hill at Rush Creek, stands a neat new church and schoolhonse, where a few years since were the old ones. Uhristmns will soon bo witn cs, ana many hearts mnclo nappy, Ono pres ent which will bo lasting nud 1 Im.t mutually worthy. Many good wishes nnd happy Christmas presents to them. Oh. I was so sorry for those "poor noe'rn" last week, all bound in leather. wonder what .Mr. Wilson will do with luuiiiiuuuaiiuiiiuiiuuiumuiuauaiiuiiiiiiiiaiuuuu JSrk Don't Particular People. J. Forget That wo aro j HEADQUARTERS SBz. Chicago, for 1 neat-ueu- yiia Chill Tonics, Cough Syrups, Toilot Articles, Lowney'a Candies, o To the Public. mm mMM well-know- S un-jp- -- Elegant Suits. 1 Overcoats Stylish Pantaloons 1?vc&s Hickman, Ky, Window Glass, -- news-itapor- &&wQme9;$mm9mmmQm We Sell for Swfcs Lv'" ullu Oil. &C I; , H, G, AMBERG, A u Church. Tho flu nuil King of tho tricky fireUnion City Commercial Mrs IUt-lihtv.vnl In tbo cracker lion already Travis, ot Hiekmin. returued home laud. jtwtentny, arter u few days visit to her CQu Sco tbo HurKain Comitcn at friends in thu city. MU.se Leone l'mjui nud Kate Hant).O"O,O0O neonw n bit,' prlco to pay dle, pnpfls of Sonle (Jollege. Murfree. for n coal hoiuo way over iu tho I'htlip-idum- l lni. li im . nro expected homo to Christmas. TICKETS MILL UK (1IVKX KiliiR may bo nnhiMlthy, bnt ntsir-lfor money for subscriptions to iivery fori connldiM herelf an (my nuUf.iKr or Miignzluex, or for, any money paid us on account. It i tho littlo that n man wniitu Wiixw'h Hook Stohb. licru Ulur that in nlay tho hardest A ninrriaeo was recently roiisntn-- l to pit. or tho matiil tjB VVosth Oyatcrs alwnyK on hnnd couutlioIn one AdamWVM'TeuuMwoej Dollar and ot OAKUTincns.' Silversmith. -- Oant. II. A. Tyler will ioiiil the Miss Mary Kelly, or Washington, I). ChrUtmas Holidays in Ciuclnunti on C, is cxpuctod to arrive Iu tho city tolitimucM. morrow to spend Christmas with" her, -- Kid. J. II. Uotihl.ic, of Union City, aunt, Mrs. John Hingwood. Bun-dapreached at tbo Christian Church, Tlio contractor Ls now engaged in. morning. placing the new pump nt tho water If you want to htand In with your works, ami noon we shall liavo au abuud-- , bent Kin you must kIvc her a ulcu Unrul-)n- uncc of water, nud regularly. flwt. bn e Keeps ! Christmas ICclIioiiH Isj'ulIceH. stmioDiar. Services appropriate to tho olwervance of Christmas will be held ut tlio Meth odist Church next Sabbath morning nud evening Subject or tho morning discourse : "Tlio Fullness or the Time." Gal. 4 :4. Solo by Mrs. Bello Cox. In tho evening, from the samo text, will 1st, "Why llw noticed three points: Christ them. As brevity is tho soul of wit. I desist, nftVinrr lviiflon for thn leTiclh nf this, nnd wisliing for you dear obi Courier many I moro useful years. May your last days do your nanpiest, is tno wish ot A FitiEsn. I f & fJltUtiOlHTH. t Privilege ,rt-- fjK-n- 'ssi "izr 1 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. 18fJ3 y i. 5Va It'a Utterly Useless l I SST3 4sS2 X. JMXAIILIHIIETJ TOM DILLON. Sr., (Saccmor to D. C, Prop'r, "What is meant by His Coming." 3rd, "Tho Purposes or His Coming." W. G. HEr-LEPastor. CATHOLIC, Delayed His Coming. 2nd, Bmg, d'd,) Marble and Granite Monuments to sell you that yon don't wnut. Yon will either bo dissatisfied, and bring it back, or keep it, bo dissatisfied and stay away y from us. Wo would sell the right thing fin.t. YOU OAN FIND everything YOU mny bo in need of in IF n from jircxcut. ST" Huy your ChristmiM C.icdies G'AitL'Tiir.itH. broad daylight. Old lioy bavo their plnythliisi m well an youtiK oitei ; tbo ditrvreneo is only iu tho rneo. Coiit,TewmHii Whcolor has appointed Jniuet D. WaUoti, of ilaylluld, his jirivnto Socri'tnry. V. L. DourIims I U.00 Shoes for W.w, ana j.'.ao snooa for fa.w, at itirE A: TbU U the when the nvcraco iiodentrlnii oan sto nhootiui; Htunt in Natloii'h Shoo Ktoro. nnd rhildreti mi noticeable Just before the . distribution of ChrUtuias gifl.s aro pecially iu oviilouco tins year. or the The attention or Cayco precinct is hpecinlly called to tho nil vert Isemeni oi weputy Micrut t iu this week's Courier. Times never get too ban! to prnvent thu giving of Christmas presents. Trado may lie dull iu ordinary Hues, but iu Christ nuvs goods it Ls sure to bo lively. Tlio Hickman Wagon Co., has leas-ctlio East. Hickman railroad dcot grounds, which will hereafter lie their shipping yards, &o.t as we nro informed. d Tho nffeotlouato SHOES hero. W. L. D0I7ULASS' - 3.00 SHOES for 52.50. 2.50 SHOES . . Services in the Catholic Church Christmas morning will begin nt- - 5 o'clock with High Mass aud sermon on tho Second Mass at 8 Feast (nativity) o'clock and third at 0. All are cordially I invlteil. Let us thank tho Lord for favors received during tho past year, and yonr I'UIiMENT has been acceptable, ask for His friendship aud blessing dur- bo if its comprised iu Inir tlio ensuim;: by hastening to colo- as it's sure to our really handwjiuo aggregation of brato this glorious Feast In a worthy L. E. Clements. manner. PARLOR, DINING ROOM, Rothschild, prolmblv the riob DRAWING ROOM, cat m nn in iho world, illod, SaturAnd I3ED ROOM day, in London. sera Ef3 OUBBiisra-- , STONE WORK of nil Kinds, IRON FENCING, &c, &0r Hiolsmaxi, Zy. "WHEN VOU "WANT Groceries, 2.00. Wo carry tho . . SOOTS FURNITURE! AU KISECKE and SHOES. 1 rt 'Sfe'Sas Tho l'reis says Like county needs a railroad worxo than nny thiuK else unit she must lmvo it. Thoohlldron nrecottiuR very anxious to biia what "old Santa, Ulam'' is them. KoiiiK to Mrs. T, A. Led ford has returned home ufter a yUlt in Huntington, Tenn., durirut tho past week. tho otgtf UAUUTiir.ui has tothonicest lino Caudles ever brought city. Kathati llamcs, an old Hickmau Iwy, but now of Ht. Ixiuls, is in the city to spend tho Holidays. Santa Glaus is Rotting n big mall Inst now. Tno littlo folks ure writing liim their needs and desires, It will pay a person well to conio twenty miles to sco tho Christmas displays made by our merchant. Hickman business bouses nro all stocked with Holiday goods. No need of sending away for Christmas gifts. (lurl'rlrcs Mill Do Iho Itest. Mako the Littlo Folks happy by tak ing them to WiUiON'B Hook brum:. Fulton and Hickman capitalists nro tniklng or connecting tlio two towns Nvltu au electric railway. ll.ill.ird Yeoman. Tho dteamer City of Mctunlib is now runuinc between Cairo and Memphis, making threu tri evfo two wookH. coaxed. Mr. Joo Rogers and wife, of Hnllitt County Ky., spent last week in Hickman, visiting lils relatives, Mr and Mrs. 0. A. Ilolcombo. SANTA (lrst lnensiigo from Kris Krlngle land received at the Chrlntmaa Oooda Btore When n vntnnti aks a innn to do soinethlug for bur, and ho says no, it means usually that ho wants to bo of liERENDHS, and hundreds or nro to bo lllled fwm tlieeo Oomu uud soo. Block-lug- s head-quarter- Everything Now on Display. Tho Largest Stock. The Lowest 'Iho Hest Selection. If yon will compare prices you will do your dealing wil&on'h Hooic Stoke. at Jim Davis, colored, was killed at Fulton, Monday, by a fast mail train. Ho Is said to have como from near Hickman, but wo llud no ono hero who knew him. Tho report of the sudden death of Frank Sugg, tho well known traveling man, which was recently publUhed in a untnlier of papers, has proved to be erroneous. When a man says ho doesn't want any Christmas presents, he means that ho doesn't want any that aro charged to him nt the stores, or bought with bis own monoy. : Troy It is with profound regret wo learn that Dr. Win M. might is prepunui; to leavo Troy. Ho will mako his homo cither ut Hickman, Ky., or at Joucslioro, Ark. Thrro nro thrco suro nnd posit Iro inarriares to occur m iiicKiuiin circles durilii: the Holidays, ho ouo or the Irel girls tle.st nud sweetest littlo in this whole community informs tlio Courier. Mr. Will M. Handlo nnd Mr. M. B. t, Hlmw, jr , of tbo Snd Tenuesseo aro ut homo on furlough. Their ninny fneuils hopo tholr regiment will be mastered out ami their visit home bo permanent. o Learn to writo It 1890 In time, to turn over new loaves and form s new resolves. Ho carerul of your prom-Uenud pi'rfonnancea. ltemuuiber it Ls better to do and not promise than to pi'iimiso and not fulfill. All church goers Bhould atteiid services at one of tlio houses of worship next Sunday. It is the but Sunday in the year, aud tbo pastors will doubtless have something to say that will lw of interest to ouo ami nil. Those who have been neglecting their chrlstiau duty will feel better If they do. Pri-coeNows-flannerHegi-moiipro-par- M if, ; These aro tho SHOES that wear so Furniture Think of It. For the regular yearly price of a week Easy Chairs sorts of Upholstered paper for ly. yon get a nud Couifortablo Rockers lu fact, the en tiro balanco of tho years lhl)3 and everything lu 1699. Seo our great "1000" offer In this Twico-a-Week linFrrj ik mm ww4$ Hardware, Queenswarcv paper. well. for trie Season 1 Rice & Naylor, CASH - SHOE - STORE, The Illinois Central train was held (MICE TAX VW'KUH up last Tnoday, near CJrennda, Miss , XOTICK! would-lrobbers, but they failed of by booty, and only succeeded lu terrifying Tlio of tho Cayco precinct officers and passengers by firing shots, aro respectfully liotitled that tho tax ami making tucir iwcapo. precinct nro now In my Iook8 for their Dr. S. K. Davidson, who lias been hands. Olllco over Rico Ss Nnylors abNCiit on a hunting expedition, favored Shoo Store, Hickman, Ky. tno OjunVr with n nice venison cuddle. Ui:0. OAltl'KN'TEIt, D, S. Pastor Uaptist Church There bo others who Ixiast of their trophies on the hunt, lint so frras our perUndo Dick Frather, of Kentucky, Ail police. sonal knowledge extends, Dr. Davidson was on our streots Ls tho only ouo who tirougut tno deer over 80, hays ho feels liko a and, though young man. All persons of my congregation, and homo. Ho is mad tiecauso tlio twenty millions hious nro Somo changes nro to occur in tho wo nro paying for tho Philippines is not church, who nro not members of my who ablo nnd whoso gener-ou- i Hickman business circles with tho paid to thu Southern peopio for tho loss impulses incline, thoni to remember Mr. O. O. Smith, now nt Haltzer of their slaves. Union City Commer- the poor lu a substantial way. during At Dodds', goes back to his old house, L. cial Courier, the approaching Christmas Holidays, P. & W. S, Ellison i and Mr. Jerry A fanner drove into Owensboni one are requested to nend their contributions for H years with Ellisons, has acday last week with a farm to tho Mothodlnt mrsonauo ou next. Sat cepted a position with Hardy nros., at wagon loaded with rabbits. Tho wag. urday. Snudav and Monday. A com- Union City. on tied wiw nearly tbreo feet deep, and pttent committee will bo appointed on WANTED. Rellabln aud ex- - It was lull to tho top and tho rabbits next S.ibbath morniug nt tlio Sunday iicrieuccd Salesmen to handlo a good w ero piled on ns long ns ouo would lie School hour to see to thoproiier dlstrt-billiolino of Lubricating Oils aud Ureases on on. Ihero wero just 1,400 bunnies iu of tho samo to the needy uud commlvdou. Address Tiik Clinton- - Oil the load. Ho sold them out at B cents worthy jwor lu our midst. An who may Co., Cleveland, Ohio. each. The Messenger says It was tlio pri'ier to givo money nro requested toi give tho kiuio to Fiiidley Rnudlc, who Tho Fulton and Hlolun.in Electric biggest deliviry of rabbits over mado will act ua treasurer, nnd the committee Railway enterprise Ills attracted moio ou that market. to lio apiKimtcil will mako suitable nil through favorable talk from When Tiptonvillo gets tho Dyers-burout or the fund thus contributed. tho country than any enterprise that Tiptonvillo railroad, tlio Obbui W. O. Hkklky, has ever been suggested for years. It & Tiptonvillo rapid electric lino and tho would run through tho renter of tho Union City & Tiptouvlllo road, sho will DIVIDE.M) .NO. 10. county, and thereby lH'iiellt tho whole. tw n second St. Louis. Union City ComSheritr Stubblellnld who mixes much mercial. Hiukjias, Ky., Dee. 10 16!S. with the ueoplo In his duties thinks tho Add to thnt a lovee nud railroad dl right of way eonltl bo easily heenrod The Hickman Hunk has this day de without much cost. A company roct rrom Hickman, which Is a certain. clared a semi-annudividend of six (0) will bo incorporated soon, and tho en ty of tho future, and yon may class iikit cent ont of its net earnings for the can tlinn uo considered iu a Tiptonvillo as tho Chicago of tho Miss. ' past su months, payablo January Uud, terprise issippl Valky strictly business way. 18'ju. W. 0. JoiiN80N, Cahier. tax-paye- Tho Fanners' nud Merchants' Nation-a- l Hank, located at Hickman, in tho State or Kentucky, is closing up its affairs. All noto holders nud others, creditors or said Aasociatiou, nro therefore hereby nodded to present tho notes and other claims agaiuat tho Association Preacher's Reception. for payment. J. A. Thompson, Cashier, Having been suggested to me, I havo Dated Dee. 5, 1S9S. derided to ulvo nrecentlon at tho resi dence of Mr. Geo. Helm, ou Buchanan Xolioe. Street, (Friday) for tlio benefit Tho Fanners' and Merchants' 'Dank, of tho poor of our town. Every ouo whodesirew to gladden tho hearts or incorpwat01! under tho laws of Kentucky with a Capital Stock of 30,000.00, tluwa who arc in destitnto circumstances, aro invited to como and bring an will wind up tho affairs of tho Nationolfering. ir yon cannot be presont, you al Rank and continue the business. Its olllccrs aro H. Ducliauau, Presimay seuii whatever you like, and l0 as Mind that It will bo given to tho moht dent, J. J, O. Rondnrant, Viqo Pcesl-denand J. A. Thompson, Cashier, needy and worthy ones. Your humble, servnnt, W.W. HonsTit, FA KM fr'4 Stephens & Smith, MWil WBMzZm v?yyA ' ")& fei rynil ,i7 M JsrtA rcK1 XiVLv and Fresh Meats. go v Ijedford fa c& a -- 4. W Waat Your AND ARE GOi: t, to MM I'illCi TO GET IT. t, IF YOU WANT CLOSE, CASH PRICES ON It ItEXT. important New-Yea- r. What is known as tho Campbell farm, S.vs.irr.i.s Ridge, 8 miles below Hickman, "JS acres clearod, 3 tcneiit houses, will bo rented for money or corn rent. Wm. Pekuy, Apply to a lm 11-- Stoves, Tinware and Groceries O-A-L- L I'liono IS. 7, M. B. SKAW1 9P ntciotAPir, at it-v- . Ma-lon- e, PEREMPTORY To Sheriff and ORDER two-liors- Tax-Paye- rs. Resumed Business I r i o pur-cluid- t g I Tho Auditor of tho State, with tho approval of tho Attorney General, having usned orders to tho Sheriffs requiring a settlement in full on or before tho :11st of Decemlier, unit requiring tnat delliiquent land sales ami delinquent J. C. BONDURANT has bought tho Grocery Slock of lUt bo tiled beroro tint date; and tlint U cent, accruing to tho Stnto McD a.viki,, in tho Powell Block, and will continue business at that the tier lifter Dec. 1st will bo inflexibly charged stuud, He has added largely to tbe stock, and will keop equal lo any Sheriffs, I am compelled to give urto gent notico to any and all delinquents iu Fulton county that I am coustraincd . to levy and sell personal property at once, and delluquout real estate promptQuality, Quantity, Prices and Vuriety, to select from, ly advertised on Jan. 1st, l&W. Pleaso como forward at once. trado of his patrons of former years, and tho publip.KeD'r illcUs J. T. STUHULEFIELD, S. F. O. IngtoauJall FAIR DEALING. ponA1 Geo, Caiu'ksthk. D. 8. f J. j. j. i, Bonuiiif, lies' ' Altbed' Grocery Establishment ' ti t '' .vm-- ?"Ml ij & m. fit .imi'mm &, SSJ 1 "Taaaaal M ....jya. ",i ' ' ,w1wiigMwtaigjt(jjjjgi ,J t ,'' A WISE HERO. II Wnnterl hr Mimmln niarht fore llr Dlil Anr Charging no the Unemy. B "No," Jrohred the captain, "I potitlttlt decline to lead mv cnmiianv tip that hill ' "bir," exclaimed the ccloncl, "ilo you know that vvhat )ou are s.jtng is ranU In vuhardination?" "Call it intuhordination or what sou tull," the captain returned, "but 1 remit to po " '1 he colonel wan funoti The eompan) that he had detached for the purpose of storming the hill ami capturing the fort on top of it nan the onh one that rmild be parcd, and unlcs hi plant an ar ranged were executed the whole cam paijjn would fail. Not only that, but hi little army would in all probahilit) be cut off from the main body and wiped out of xitence. It was a critical moment. The captain could be court martialed and shot for hit refuial to obej orders, but what of it? Kvcrv man was needed To court martial and shoot the obstinate captain would not he to take the hill and the fort lie the only man w ho could do it with the force at his command What was to be done? The colonel cnawed hit mmtache and thought hard At last he decided to appeal to the captain nf ordering him. "Think, mm, think of the glory tha jou will win if jou do thin thing, he urged "I know all about that," the captain ren-d H. T"TiM2a . -- s. plied. jp&: "Well, for heaven's sake, don't jou want to be a hero? Think nf itl The entire na tion will applaud )ou!" "I realise that, and am anxious to become a hero; but I poaitivcl) refute to do it until von drive all thme correspondent! luck and keep them oil the field 1 propose, if I do this hutinc, to retain the sole magazine rights on it, I'm not going to do a heroic thing and then let somebody else get .W a page for writing it upl" So the hill - taken, and the raptafn fa non- in luxury and winning new laurels with hi pen. Cleveland Leader. e Opinion After a man has proved that he known something it doctn't matter how he combi bit hair. A woman who never weeps is of no more account than a pump without a handle. It is better to hue a consistent enemy than a friend who doubts vou He who hesitates is lot if he has written anv letters committing himself Cireat expectations have made an Idler of nuny a man with good stuff in him Men who build up their own fortunes often forget to fit liietnc!es for the positions into which their monev lifts them. Cltve land Leader. Can Ion Solve This Pnsale Verse! "A simple am I, Without a thought of pride. 1 rart the gathered thoughts of men, And liberally divide. I set the soul of Shakespeare free. To Milton's thoughts Rive liberty. Hid Sidney speak with freer speech, l.et Spenser sing and Tavlor preach Though through all learning swift I glide No wisdom doth with me abide " If you can solve the foregon g, and tend the correct answer to George It lleafford, Ueneral Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwau kee S.St Haul UaiUav, Old Colon) lluild mg, Chicago, together with a twoccnl itamp, he will send you what it calls for. of it Pessimist. i- -i Y uidate. "The lightning rod," replied the candi date, who was a matter of fact sort of man, " onfi.0' ,hr cxp'oded humbugs of the past. hat I'm trjing to do is to get mj trollev. poles up for tne office Tribune. "I see for office again," said the friend ol the can Advance of Science. you've got jour lightning rod up NCE on a snowy I Christmas wandered down street, the A chance adventure scarcely thinking on this night to meet. When right before my eves appeared n little vision fnlr, With ejea of blue and cheeks of rose and waves of golden hair. She stood behind a little group of children poorly clad. Who gated upon soma wondrous show a shopman's window had, And as they wished for this and that, and pointed here and there. The fnlr) took me bj the hand and tossed her golden hair. And standing on her little toes, she whispered In m ear The sweet request that 1 should bless these little children here Within my Inmost soul I felt that I mutt do her will I bads her tell them what I knew their little hearts would thrill Thus each small waif became the owner toy. of the longed-fo- r And sweet It was to know that I had Christmas iOY. bronzht them I stole away and lett them with their happy faces there. And wanJeretl through Ihe busr streets lo air. breathe the spruce-ricNot long It was, 1 felt those fingers stealing through my own: My fairy had come back again, Ihoss eyes were hers alone. She smiled with tender wettnes, and her cheeks were rosy red: "You were to kind to me, good sir, to do Just what I said, ou how I make this good I want to show old city Kind. And how I carry joy and peace to hearts so often sad. Then, aided by her magic power, I followed where she led, Above the cll)'s twinkling lights we rose and onward sped Ileyond a shadow) spire we met old Santa Claus' sleigh. And took a seat behind htm as the reindeer sprang away From house to house we Sew, the while the fairy laughed with glee. And squetred the good old Santa's hand, I wished that 1 were he. How danced her merry eyes so bright, the good old salat to aid. For as he filled each stocking small, a present she. too. made. Then, as the midnight chimes rang out, we left the King of Snow, And hurried off to other homes where Santa could not go Upon each steeping face my fair companion left a kiss, That when the sleeper woke he should remember only this. That he had dreamed a happy dream that vanished not with night. But llngtred with Ihe Christinas rnornlnc's glad and blessed light. Again the fairy clasped my hand, this time to iy farewell "Before I go I am quite sure my nam I ought to tell. And why I hit. so happy on this night of all h Just nt Ibis Juncture n neighbor drove up to the station In tt brniitlful cutter, filled with furs, His horses were full of life mid spirit anil their bells jingled merrllv on the frostj air. lie was accompanied by bit wife, whose rosy cheeks, sparkling ces .ntl merry anille told of her enjoyment of the ride. On learning the state of affairs regarding the trains, he snldt "Well, wife, It's no ute frettlngj there mayn't be a train till noon. Let's, go home and get the children and have l Jolly alelgh-rlde- . It will lien real lurk to bare an extra morning with them, Ik-re- , Jones, jump In and we'll take you home." Mr. Jones climbed Into the sleigh, well pleased lo be saved the lnborloiti walk home. Hut what affected tittn most una the unaffected good huni.ir of his friend and bis friend's wife. Ilolh v.ere enthusiastically remarking on the beauty of the morning, the tries covered with Icicles lo the tip of every stendei, leafiest branch; on the brightness and Intense blue of the sky; on the feathery snowdrifts plied on every side. Mr. Jones had noticed none of these things; he had been affected only by the inconvenience of the walking and the loss of his day In the city. Hut such good humor as Hint shown by his neighbors was contagious, and, since his attention was directed lo It, he realized that the snow covered landscape was truly magnificent. "No artist could ever begin to represent Its bean ty." said his neighbor's wife. "What were all the art galleries of the wor'd sll-v- sight of his father. "And wife," I.e continued, "as I can't get to the city this morning I believe I will just sta; at home all day nnd see If I en n't fix up a few things. I am going down now to help old ltnns find out what Is the matter with the furnace." Mrs. Jones' surprise was Judiciously concealed while Mr. Jones donned sum old clothes, and then disappeared Into the basement. Two hands proved bet ter than one, nud when main strenp'h hud dug out a lot of Impacted cllnksrs the furnace grate swill's; easily on Its pivot nnd old Hans' face was lit up with pleasure. In n little time the furnace began lo glow-- nnd a pleasant warmth to diffuse Itself through the house Hridget was Instructed not to vvurr) trying to make a fire In the kitchen stove, as Mr, Jones expressed the in tentlon of hnvlng n new one before noon If a suitable one could be bought In Jonesvllle. With a bright face the hud gone upstairs nnd Informed her mistress of Mr. Jones' Intention! In regaid to the stova and the pump, and had said thit she would like to withdraw her "warning." The comfortable glowof the doctored furnace wns, however, a small circumstance compared with the comfortable glow of the household atmosphere when .Mr. Jones ngaln appeared In his wife's room. What a transformation fiom the chill, petulant, misery begetting do mestic aimospnere oi tne early mtrn-InHobble with the sweet forgiveness of childhood held up his little fice for a kits and asked about the sleigh compared to this?" ride. The b tby, soqthed by the warmth, By the time Mr. Jones was set down Vod dropped oft asleep, and Mrs. Janwe g. BRYAN TALKS OUT. M0RJ5 TAXES TO BE ADDED. The tiilnnlnl Idea I. lutnerlnllsllo Iliivv Hie Pulley uf lit pnnaliiti vv eir'el III Vmir uf ip l!uriiienii nnd t'atntrnry In Aiiif. - rnn Principles. Countries, THE SLKIQH RIDE. Very I Semi month!) excursions to the south greatest opportunity to visit jest. 1 heKmpire Texas, the state of the Union, unparalleled as to resources and products and with an area exceeding all the Eastern and Middle States. Ihe statistical reports of products, as compiled by the commissioners of lexas, indicate this section as having the greatest possible advantages in its mild and equable climate and in the variety and pro ducttvencss of its soil. For further infor mation, descriptive pamphlets and dates of excursions, apply to 11. F. Howsher, Dut.r. Kiniii 1.ovy Itntrs Ma the Missouri A Trim Itnllnny. 'Tls Christmas day that's dawning; see. Its light Is drawing near. And soon 'twill be my birthday, sir, for I am Love, )ou know. And Love was born on Christmas day, two thousand )ears ago." Arthur Cleveland 1'almer, In N. Y. Sun Ihe sear A, Cincinnati, 0. Agricultural. "Our town," exclaimed the man who had accumulated nost of the desirable lots "has flourished like a great tree." "Yes. ' mmI the town cvnic, "we have done the tooting and jou the graftinc." Cincinnati Knqui'er, 'nmsTrAKS., ' ss V II "I . T all came about-- the best and hap p I family that e s t Christmas the Jones had evei Holiday Excursions. Excursion tickets will lie sold at all sta lions on the North Western line (C i. K W IlVC St. - M &0 If), is C &l Ifj and K K. 4. M. V K. K ) to all other point! on this s)stem and on the Union l'acifir Hailroad, within 200 miles of the scl'ing tta tion. at Breath reduced rates, December 21 23, 25 good until Jinuarv 4, 1S99 I hicago d. North Wettcrn aH 31 1S9S, ticulars. tnd Januar) 1 and 2, 18!rl, Appl) to agents If) for full par- Mrs. Matchmaker Mane, do )ou think Mr Slow man it in earnest? Mim Matchmaker I'm afraid not. mam. I mentioned diamonds last evening, ma and he only )awned. Jewelers' Weekly. Tested nnd Found Wnntlnar. Tor the Chritlmas and New Year Hob da) a the C. A A, C If) will tell excursion tickets to all points on its lines and to prominent points on connecting lines 'lickets on sale December 23rd, 24th, 2.1th. 20th. 30th and 31st. 1SJ8, and Januar) and 2nd, lMiy, good returning until Jan uarv 3rd, 1ST) Ak agents for particulars C. T Daly, Cen'l l'ass Agt .Cleveland, O. low-rat- c Holiday llrductlon. lt 1 he great trouble in this world is too Kools have ahva)t been nil lnai.7 fools mcrou, and there is no prospect whatever that the supply will diminish. Atchnon Globe. m it emi teste has Tour ,iper ,far,lon" personal!) con ducted (by a Durlington Koute Agent) even Wednesday from St Louis and Chicago to l.os Angeles and San Francisco The routi Fait Lake ':vnA" scenic J:." with 93 percent coioraUo, throughout Lity, sunshine the )ear Ask Ticket Agent or write foi detcrintive fnM.r in r. f' iim..i r. 1 The liurhngton I'or California Tonrlsls. it 'kl) r- -. :: i ;. "".""" to- - 1 fe - 1 I- Some people are so skeptical that .the) even r'oubt their own doubts. Chicage Daily Sew. A sprain may cripple but St. Jacoba Oil Will cure it before it can. It cures, When e)es snap, it must be the lashes that crack Golden l)a)s. Oil cures lame back Stand straight and strong St Jacobs cures promptl). Some lov ers think that in order to be con be frequent. Town Topics itant thej mutt Sore and stiff from cold; don't wait .inn Suffer; use bt, Jacobs Oil and get cured A good man's son inherits poverty. 1'roverb. Span-U- f Good Digestion Wults on uppUlle, or it should do so, but this mil bo mil) when tbo stomach t In a healthy condition Hood's Hartaparilla so Unoi and stieiiitlions tin nUmiOAh that II digests food easll) nnd naturally and then alld)sieptic troubles vanish. Greatest Medicine Price Hood's PlllfJ euro Liver Ills SS cents. " CATALOGuFs OF THOUSANOaoi Is America's Hood's Sarsaparilla fl, W r Aforlmtml la Ike World. Ill klodi fBelagiog ISO rf lokf for Horn AmuatmtnM, krciurt lis s Jtttl litud tlisraa iblidrtsi I Uyt, irlfj Wtl lltfi rterru 1171. IIMtlofuM Mtl lUjilorMfcW Wbiki srr Scfssrr UpMstfrult only Vlraiit.Jftk t rsctirt UuidsTsblsaui 8!&f to tt ullo lo sUcllntf finfttrnr'a w Msko Pp' SAM'I, rKKVCIT ! airrot. SJrw fork. tllr ftl W..I FIjATS! FZiAYSI sent frck nt frist iMrtrtl 1 ftlltrtl All I1S( lAUR. J)Mi Lous b brr up. r.utcat,iM Ceo Id lime. PoM br dm lt CttftiS IT s'liMisUsssa woman had not come down owing lo the fact that the baby bad wnkrned and let up a loud demand for attention just ss the breakfast bell rang. Little Hobble, three jears old, had come downstairs half dressed and had been sent buck with a sharp reprimand and must It be confessed a sharp slap on his little bare legs Yes, Mr Jones was an educated, Chrlsthn gentleman, but all Ihe same li slapped his little son o smartly that Ihe child cried out with pain and started to climb the stairs to Ills mother For a moment Mr Jonc realized the atrocity of his net and its utterly unwarranted nature, and then he excused himself to his conscience by saving that he wns nuturnll) Irritable, and tlinl a cold house, n poor brtnkfuvt snd the prospect of wndlng through s the unbroken to Ihe train were too much for human nnltue hit human nalure to bear. As he lima ex cused himself bis temper began to rise I again, nnd just before leaving thi house he called to lilt wife from the foot of tli' stairs: "Tell that old fool Hans that If be can't mnnage the furnace to as to et tne nousc warm in the morning he can get another Job " '1 hen, reiueinbcrluf, that for several dajs his wife had bten telling him that something about the furnace was wrong that Ilnnscould not fix, and had nsked him to tee nbout it, he hurried off to avoid hearing her reply. He knew bis wife would feel baOly to have Itobble hear his father call names a 1 exploit his but Mr. Jones was In that very common, very human, yet very cruel frame of mind Hint finds a satisfaction In venting Its discomfort nnd on some other human being; and although he loved his wife and was In the main a kind husband, yet when he was In one of his "Irrltuble spells" she was usually the victim. It wns a good half mile to thestatlon, and wheu Mr. Jones reached It he was In a glow of perspiration, betides being almost exhausted with his walkthrough the deep unbroken know. Arriving there, he learned what he had not suspected before, that the stori t was one of the heaviest and most disastrous of the season; that iv Ires were down In all directions and thtt to trains had passed or were likely to pass for some hours, The alternative teemed to he either to stay In thb cold and dismal station or to return home. The Idea of a morning at home was not very alluring to Mr. Jones, He was at home so little except on Sundays that he really felt quite awkward and out of placa there at any time but evening and Sundays. Then he had not forgotten the enoounter with Hobble, nor the household mantiKment for til geu br?kfiit tod tb old houM, snow-driftfor-jrlr- tn through known Mr. Jones misinj; the train to the city two dnjs before Christmas. A heavy snow and run storm bad come up In the night, and In the morning the suburb of Jonesv ilk vns s thing of benuty to the eye. but a thlry of dUcomfort to the feet of esjicclall to those who must ratch Ihe early morning trnin to the city. Dreakfast had been a little late, the coffee hnd been poor, the miitlins underdone nnd the eggs overdone; Ihe dlning-rootwas cold and Mr Jones n one of bis most Irritable humors. Had his wife been at the breakfast table '.. would have Indulged In a few sarcastic of remarks about the Incompetence women to manage a household or to train and dlrtct servants, but the poor n at Ms own door, bis feelings had un cheeks grew pink and her eyes bright dergone an entire change. He felt under the genial looks and conduct of ashamed of his petulance, and especial- Mr Jones. "It's n good thing for a man to stay ly of the slap he had given Itobble. He determined to find the little fellow and at home once In awhile," said Mr Jones, make the best amends he could. He 'and find out the things that need his also filt a glow of kindly sympathy for attention. I declare, wife, I don't know his wife In her care for the babies thnt how Hridget has gotten along with was somewhat unusual to the hurried that store at all. And poor old Hans! business innn. Yet he shrank from he was not strong enough lo move meeting his wife direct! ; he was not that furnace grate. Hut it's a'l right I proquite ready to acknowledge the mean- now. And as to the slelgh-rldness of his Irritability nnd language of pose, wife, to go and get a sleigh and the morning, so he decided to go take you down to the village to see f we through Ihe dinlntf-rooiwhich was can't buy a new store for the kltcSn." "And the pump," snld Mrs. Jot's, still very cold, ami make a detour through the bvserr.cnt and kitchen to "can we have that fixed, too?" look nt the furnace. "Cerlnlnly we can. I'll devote the In the kitchen llrldijet, who had long day to things. Now Itobble, be reai'y been the faithful nisid of all work, In half nn hour and papa will be here stood gazing Into tLe cooking stove, with a sleigh and bells." where smouldered a few black dying Half an hour later saw Mr. Joces coals Her countenance wore an ex- and his wife nnd Itobble wrapped o pression that wns a mixture of distress furs and dashing through the sr w and anger. An hour before Mr. Jones us gayly as his good neighbor had done would have begun nt once to rate her in the morning. The stove was found bharply for her badly prepared break- in the only little hardware store In the village, .and the check that Mr. Jones fast, but now he only said: "Why, Hridget, what's the matter gave the careworn-lookinman who kept the store caused a brightening with the stove?" "Well, sir, sure there's no dhraf t at all of his countenance to a degree that at all, and whin I thry to make n quick attracted the attention of both Mr. and How easy after alt o fire there's the way It serves me. Sure Mrs. Jones. It's the grate that's broken and dropped spread happiness! What simple acts down that chokes the fire. A poor gell will procure and dispense that which money alone can never buy. And since can't do any cooking on that stove " Mr. Jones' comcience pricked him. hit thoughts had been turned in thit His wife had told him several limes direction, Mr. Jones thought It vvotiid about the broken grnte; had written be a good thing to buy a snow shovel down the name and number of the and give poor old Hans a job of clrnn stove and begged him send It from the ing the walks, thus enabling him to put city, but he had forgotten it. He saw c special Christmas dollar In his poor Ihe impossibility of doing any good old pockets. And so by noon the rew work with such a poor instrument as stove wns tet up, and Hridget sur passed herself in t lie lunch she pre this, and thtn he said: Dlngley Is opposed most violently "Well, Hridget, 1 believe the best pircd by IM help. Such delicate flakv to the "open door" policy In other biscuit eh deftly broiled ham and thing in this kitchen would be a new words, he Is going to bolt It. Chicago such perfectly baked otators had Democrat. stove entirely." Hridget s face brightened "0 sir," never been seen under the regime of John Sherman riles again to reshe said, "if onlj I had a good stove, and the old store. And as Mr. and Mrs mark that Mclv'lnley's annexation polithe pump fixed, sure Id sta. I gave Jones lingered over the cheerful table, cy Is the worst thing that has struck Mrs, Jones Mild: the mistress warning this morning " nation since the firing upon Sum"Oh, what a burden is lifted from the -Again Mr Jones' conscience pricked ter Kantas City Times. my heart. Day after Is him. How often hail his wife asked him Since McKluley has failed lo give to be sure it ml send the plumber to fix Christmas, and this morning I looked congrets a policy concerning the Philforward to it not only with no pleasure, that pump Hut It had seemed a very ippines, It looks ns If the republican small thing to him that stote and pump but with dread. What a transformamembers of that body will have to do were out of order, nnd so he had paid tion, dear, has your being at home to without, or ask Mark Hanna for one. day and your loving thotightfulnest no attention to the matter. St Louis Republic. his ej e wrought In every surrounding of our Passing into the furnace-rooSenator Vest hns sounded the We were cold and Inconvenihome fell on poorold Hans, the man whom he enced and cross, now we are warm, first note against expansion lu the senpaid a dollar a week to take care of the ate by Introducing a resolution against furnace. He was en his knees in front rich In conveniences and comfort, and a colonial system, pronouncing It to of the furnace trying with all his poor happy. That was a beautiful snowucconttltutlonal. Mississippi Valold strength to shake the heavy grate storm, but Its best beauty for us wat bt by means of the Iron lever. It was a pa- keeping you home n day. I feel now ley Democrat. If we must be robbers, let us at s If 1 wanted to get up a spifnuld thetic face and figure the old man preadHridget bad overheard Mr. Chrtstmns dinner and share It and out least avoid twlng hypocrites. The sented. I the Philippine, Jones' message about the furnace and happiness with some one else who ll ministration It taking it sees iiiiinlfest thinks only because bad conveyed It to Hans, who bad re- less fortunnti-- than we are " Mr Jones smiled. He, too bad mnterlal advantage In their annexaceived It ns the knell of his hopes; for Sun, the poorllttle dollar that he thus earned thought a few dnjs before that tbey tion Haltlmorc operatives nt Pall The locked-oti- t was all that enablid him to keep peace ought to shore their Christmas with who friends, Dut he hnd checked ihe Im Itlver must hnve smiled nt the news of with the shrewish uaughter-ln-Iatli went cotton mill strikent Atlanta. gave him shelter nnd a bed. Hut for ' lluI'e "1,n ' thought thnt w th th ionic reuvon the shaking of the furnace babies nnd Hrldgefs Incompetence II The inability of the Dlngley bill to had beeu almost impossible for more wns no use to try; It wouldn t pay-H- rnlno the wages of cotton splnnem is with the new spirit and atmos utterly Impartial In Its geological Inthan a week, and old Hans was In despair. When he saw Mr. Jones he phere that had begun to derelci n fall effectiveness. St. Louis Jtepubllc. Havvalllan commission recthought Uie end had come, and the ex- home his heart went out In generoui pression of his face as he looked up ut feelings towards others; so trie Is II ommends the territorial form of gothat happy homes nie the teed beds ol vernment for the Hawaiian Islands. T lu him was ludicrously appealing. dmiger from that form Is that the "What's the matter, Hans? Has the kindness for the world. will then want to be n state. "There Is your cousin John with hl grate got stuck? Let mc try it " Mr. Jones was a strong man, but he wife and two children, and my cousin Hawaii should never be a state with could not budge the furnace grate. In- Will with his little ones. Iloth of tbem votes in the clectral college. We wont stead, however, of calling old Hans a are struggling along with small sab no presidents elected by the returns fool and threatening him with dis- arles and I suppose the last thing tbey fiom Honolulu. Springfield Kepuli-licnwould think of would be an Invitation missal he only said kindly : W'e want lo obtain new nnd en"Well, Hans, let me go upstairs and from us to dinner. Shall we Invlts them? If so, 1 will go to the city this larged foreign mtrketi. W'e wish to get an old coat and we'll see what's the afternoon If there Is a train, and lnrlts prevent. If we. can, foreign nations limmatter." and lay In a special stock uf (food ine, colonies and dependencies fiom When Mrs. Jones saw Mr. Jones com- them things for the occasion." pltclng barriers In the way of our acing up the stairs her heart sank within to these markets, but In order to As It proved, there was ber. She divined what was the reason three o'clock; and the a tra n about cess man wlovvent obtain these advantages we mutt adopt of his return, but what with the baby to the own account the methods which city on it, crying, Hobble still undressed, the of kindness, was bound on his errand on our other nations to practice an entirely different we vvah house cold and Hridget In it temper and man from the petulant, moody, dls. in. Hottoii Herald. gclng to leave, she felt utterly griintled one who hnd missed t In the The message opens with a rosy and felt also thut her husmorning. And the final outcome of the view of prosperity In the country im band's presence would only odd to the whole matter wns by the volume of peqdexlty of the situation. She had best Christmas thatthe hnpplnt nd measured Among the signs; business of pro-- . the Jones family recorded, never been accustomed to special help had ever known. and conspicuously or sy mpathy from him In her household Chicago Interior. Helen K. Starrett, In pel It)' dlsLovercd fact thut arbitrary mentioned is the troubles, and to she regarded him as he levy of war taxes uy act of June 13th entered the room with eyts that were Time Is acquired. luet "has Increased the treasury 's rehalf Inquiring and half resentful. "My wife has to tuke two weeks todo ceipts to the amount estimated by Its "Hello, Itobble, hurry up and get her Christinas shopping " r author." W'e do not rnmember to slelgh-rlde,- " dressed and maybe we'll taken "I)oet he buy to many presents?' liitvecvei seen Incrcnbc of taxation prewhs Mr. Jones' first rather sheep"Xo; but she has to go downtown sented by a president In liU message to ish yet altogether plensunt remark every day and exchange all thu things congress ns un rvldtnce of prosperity to Wis little fellow who had he got beforsy'-cilo- igo day X Isfortr-JtoolittI'nlon, itwrUd to run to bit aotbtr oa first ori e Phlll-plneg e e : I' pun forwarding his resignation ns The Trench cabinet It elaliornllm v colonel In the United Mates urinya few scheme of progressive Income tin i dnvi rgo, Wllllnm J. llivnn guvc ex It Is designed lo rnltc i71,CXXl,WXl frnnei pression to bis views jn thesubjtct of a year, nnd It will apply ch lull tj the wealthier clasrei who manifest ip.msiou cs iuiiuws; 'The people of the United States, their tncan In living and pleasure e pcndlttire. The rental tnlneof the litis having rescued Cuba from foreign control, ma) nuw resume the discussion Itatlnu will be used primarily to cat of the dotnestlo problems which condilate the Income of the occupj.nt.nud front this nation and to the considera- this calculated Income is increased so tion of the new questions arising out of much by each servant employed, car rlngc owned or employed and olherevl Ihe war "I may be In error, but In my Judg- deuces of Income, such nsvnclitt, clogs ment our nation Is In greater danger motor clrs nnd the like. Additions tu Just now than Cuba, Our people de- taxable Income from these cJilcncn fended Culm ngalnst foreign arms; of wealth vary occordlng to place now the) must defend themselves and 'I htw, the employ uient of it female adds $00 francs to the taxable lu their country against n foreign idea the colonial Idea of Kuropenn nations come of a perron In Paris, "''O francs Heretofore greed has perverted the lu the larger cities outside n( Paris, government nnd used Its Instrumental and so on down to 400 francs for tiu tnterfen iters for private gain, but now country villages. The enormous demands upon the exthe verv foundation principles of our chequer Incident to the imitutennnce of government are assailed. the mllltar nnd naval might of the nn "The Imperialistic Idea Is directly antngonNtic to the Idrn nnd Ideals tion necessitate radical measures cf which hnvc been cherished by the public revenue, and wealth must no mericitu peop'e since the ilgulng of eordlngl be plnccd under special con the declaration of Independence. Our tributloii. Great Urltnln'sluqu rial po! nation must give up uny Intention of Icy hns forced upon the wealth of tlut entering upon a colonial policy (such nation the most radical system cf grei'-uatcIncome and probate taxes el as Is now pursued h Kuropenn countries), or It must abandon the doctrine Ing nnywhere outside of SwiUcrlni I that governments derive their just and New Zealand, and it It onl a quespowers from the consent of the gov- tion of a brief time at thr present rale of Imperial progress and navy ami erned. rm.) expansion, wh.ii Ikr limlii must "No may believe (tint govrniiiicni. come up from the people or we may be- ix Increased per capita or per unit of lieve that governments come down to wealth. Prance Is nuw to follow tint the people from those who possess the and all over Huropc wealth will ie heaviest cannons and the largest ships, made more and mure to contribute t.i but we cannot advocate both doctrines the support of the luxur of colonhi "To borrow a Itiltle quotation: 'A and military expansion not so nnieii juj-tlcof lhl course house divided ngalnst Itself cannot localise of the stand,' Paraphrasing Lincoln's declar- but because of the poverty of tt; ation, I mny add that this notion cm masse, and their Inllammatory sta'e not endure half republic and hilf of mind It There no large nation In ihe world colony half free and hulf vassal. Our Is relatively where form of government, our traditions, lightly taxed wealth United Stnle-ll- so at In the our present Interests and our future with the entrance of Hip nation welfare, all forbid our entering upon a Into the arena of the world j.inblil career of conquest. and military powers all this "Jefferson litis been qunttd in sup change. Wealth will lie made tomutt fnn' Imperialism, but our opponents the bill Nothing can te more port of certain must distinguish between Imperialism unless we rye to suptxur thnt ihe mid nnd expansion; they must also dis- die ond lower the tinguish between expansion In the L'nltcd State clattrs of people in poses lest of western hemisphere and nn expansion and strength of rrsitlance lothespl.it the enthat Involves us In tin quarrels of Hu croachment of prlvllrge nnd power rope and the orient. Thrv must s'il than the crushed and broken masses further distinguish between expansion of r.urope. Springfield (lasi ) Itepub-llcan- . which secures contiguous tcrrltor.v fur future settlement and expansion which secures tit alien races for future NOW THE SPOILS. subjugation. "Jefferson favored the unnexntlon of Viirnnelp. In lie rrnlril fae Olllrr llunatrs llrpiilillrnti I'nrls necessary contiguous tetrltorv on thej XV urker. ortn American continent, out ne wns opposed to wars of conquest, nnd Washington adilcet intimate that cordemiied the acquiring of reQ executive order has already hrtii mote territory." which will remove fiom th When asked how the ivnloulal policy prepared classified service l17 deputy collre-to- . t could be prevented, Col, Ilryansnid: of internal revenue, Otio examining "Some think that the fight should le attached to he pcnsi'on burra i made against ratlricatiui, of the treaty, and a number of minor places, in order I would prefer am Iher plan. If but to create vacancies to be filled tij I negotiations "party workers." rejected the treaty mutt be renewed, and Instead nf setWith what cousitdency can Prrs4drnl to our Mclvlnley tling the question thu unstnrch the civil irre Ideas we must settle it by diplomacy In his message of Dreciiilier Ice? with the possibility of internntloml !s97, he concluded his remarks r n It will be easier, 1 cerning the "important branch uf uur complications think, to end ihe war at once by ratlf)-lu- g government kneiwn at the eft h tervke' the treaty and then deul with thr by Kiylug: "The system has I he tip subject lu our own mj The issue can proval of the people, and it wi' be mv be presented directly bv n resolution uf endeavor to uphold and rxtrnd It ' congress declaring the xllcy of the 1 his Inaugural message he further nation upon this subject. more declared that "Informs In the "The president In his mesxtge says civil mtv Ice must go on, but Ihechune that cur enly purpose In Inking pos- must lie real and genuine, not prrfune session of Cuba Is to estnbllsh n . table tory or prompted by a real In il government and then turn that gov any party simply Wame it hnppci eminent over to thfe people of Cuba to be In power " And while the pirn Congress could rculllrin this purp se in dent appears lo hate otrrloikril llr regnid to Cuba and assert the same subject In this year's mrsage if he lw purpose In regard to the Philippine Is- credited with consistency of ptirpn e lands and Porto Itlco. Such r. resolu the omiiiion must be attributed rather Issue be- to the previrc of war topic and for tion would make a clear-cu- t tween the doctrine of elifn affairs than a change of ile.vt and the doctrine cf Imperialism We or a wavering In adherence lorlvll terrshould reserve a harbor and coaling ies reform. The Chlcngei Times s ctntlon In Porto Ilico and lu the Herald one of the stronges.1 nev s; aper In return for services rendered, supporter of (be president and which tnd I think we would be justified In Irdeed, boatts thnt It is the original asking the same concession from Cuba McKlnley organ of Ihem all. rema'ks "In the case of Porto Itlco where-thupon this liibjerl: "Hav'.nK so rnmmlttrd Mmlf in cstab-llnpeople hate as yet expressed no desire service for an independent governraert. we more Ihe civil on what of Ihe aovmiii-n- l a firmly he jiistl) m l might with propriety drclnre o'lr will 'tiasli of buslnet method an I irrronnl to nnnex the island if the merit,' whtt would In thoiiKht If he shou'd ingnets desire annexation; but the Philip- now )leld to partisan pressure and throw l.Vi to !,0cO places Into Ihe parly rhlait' pine Islands arc too for nway and their "The public looks to I'rrsldenl McKlnle) propl- - too different from outs to W annot lo take any step backarJ n the renexed lo the United States, even If form which, lo use Ihe words of his predecessor, 'has survived the doubts of lis thej desired It." friends as well us tha rancoui ef It. rne-niand ha. i.alnrd a permanent part PRESS COMMENTS. amoniT the ajftnclr destined tn c.tsn.ooier tin Use St Jarobs Oil promptly and freely And say good b)c to neuralgia. llllilei tunes-- . Tommy Pain, vthat is that diplomacy Some people seMoia lend a helping band the pipers talk so much about? I unless it Is to help tlicmsclv rs Ham's Horn. pa Diplomat) ,e tirt which is line man to Inform annllirr tint he Is a emmdrel without cuing hun a thanre to get nnd about It, -- Chicago llvcning.Vevvs. The Weirlit. Hiipply nf VAIient. An KhrIisIi expert prophesies a universal dearth In the wheat supply. He claim that the wheat producing- soil is unequal to the train that will be put upon It. Hven now when the food supply of the world is ample, thoustiids die because theirdisorderrd stomachs fall to properly assimilate the food they take Hosteller's Stomach Hitlers strength-iand tone tip the itomaih and diKCstive organs, and enable them lo perform their proper functions Tins ureal reined) cures J)tpepsis, torpid liver, nervousness and and ague n fe-r- The Illggs- -I. in Cllninfe-rnrlilt- l. If. . Hoggs Yes, poor fellow. now- .- Life diailf it true that Smith, the iceman, He cuts noJc Tei Cure n Cold In One Day Take l.isatlvc Itrotno Quinine Tshleta . All di tiglvts refund money if It fails to cmc. 23c. of Trouble get into instiv a home by means V. llullrtln. It night latch key - L A tswAssVAitsssVitlsia. Itfvietril ewn-Ih- e tiMilcra of tin. iaer will be pleasec' to It aril Hint lUte Is at least uncclieudcL dtseaw thnt mener has able to cure m nil U. stiK.s, mill that is tietutih. Hall's liitunli tine Is the mil) jiositite cure Liiuwii to llie medical fnitiiiut), latarrh Imtig n iiiiistituttuiial icqiutes a ujiistitiitumtl iroilineiit Hair. Catmh cine- - is in he u mieruall), actinic directly U 1IMI disc-us- fl HDoesvoar Arc your nerves weak? Can't you slccn well? Pain In jour back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Dlp,etion bad? Boils or pimples? These are sure signs of mi the bltiexl mid mucous surfaces of the system, tlieieli) destreiving Hie foundation iliM-a- , ami Kit In the luticut slirntjlh b) I tiilduig up tlieeonttitutiountid auistmg n.it in c in lining its wotk The I'topricleir have so much faith in its cuts live. iKiwir thai the) oiler One Huddled IMIIais for ant ea.e that II falls to cute bend fur ht nf lolunoiiM's AddrinP ,1 heiiev & Co, Toledo, O, Nild by Htunri.K 7.V Hall' Vaniilv Pil. si. tne best. uf the 4 6he' Ju The flirt Ire l.eive, timid and believes In peace, She ihrlnkt from war's alarms; let, womanlike, .he II never cease To tove the call to arms. Ige. 'Veil, ain'cl nil"' aeu vevs bleauie." peemess rihcnlctrf"l tn peeiic" vonder Mrs Colienttein Ceilienttein peel Puck rr voIVs say dot 'oj disease. 1 Dura cure. poisoning. Prom what poisons? rrom poisons that arc always found In constipated bowels. if the contents of the bowels arc not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances arc sure to bo absorbed into the blood, causing suffering and frequently csuslng severe Is a common sense A pta) is never satisfactory If there is a man eir woman leftover when the pairing oil occurs in the Uit net. Atchison (Jlobe. Pisn's Cure fnr CmiMimptUin has no eijual a Cneesh medicine -- V M Abbott, 3.H.1 fccneca ht , HuHalo, N V , May V. 1WI. e MR'S PILLS They dally Injure an easy and natural movement of (lie bouclJ. You will find that the use of to-da- y llieanlv pUee where sehronn kleVertnay te iiMiiii it in a teoiuiii game i. .v vv Uulletin. Use St Jacob OH end 'Will sec yeni later." uy to rheumatitra: lie who Mnt tketrns mutt mil go barefoot. -- cqstiii.il Pretvtlb The mih that turturM sciatica. Cure that cures It St. Jaeots OA. THE MARKETS. The Aivn..9aT riselhs (A I. 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O Ookl, riestsne IVsest). ttr lit a fi Ki ... ct tn) s -i CURE CONSTIPATION. s.w, cM,,.nmi--, .Mir..e, s. lVeste,t r,i Ttile SX i 0-- rr, 1 IM M 1 I'OKK -- Me AIU sleam O.t. lltl 2 S ft tvr nn.Tn.nAr! fcfWauii...iieit.f iiu..f. t. ... il "I Tf 5II00T w)VliC!lf.5TI!e lOAPtD' 5JJSI h ! ., $M Sheus ioIHIcs and lo Improve, economise anJ elevate the public service' "Just when newl) acquired national territory place, fresh derrands on our civil service It wouid be peculiar!) un Itnclyand ilnfeirtunute to make a breach In the nail of approved merit Ihut protect. It from nnd partisanship" NevertliclcM, us the I linrt-ll- e r.ild u self puts It, this is a "long expected ir dcr, in anticipation of which the t ollt men have been licking ihelr hungry chop for month," nnd "now they nre sure that It Is foithcomlng immediate- ln Im i...: 'MlHIfD- Iffiimam LblO HVALLTllt: (jtAMPK)S5tlOT5. re IS3 A4 VlNCIII5TIC htutRAtro Orxioc. G"? RlKATIVfiTMS MiwttMtw Cm m Hi' lirti'lli't wtmnMmmM-1 the EtcattscE of .Tlio to talk about the currents of destiny (lowing through the hearts of the people. Hcdldult say any thing nbout the current flowing through his own lienit, nnd he dodged the rxpacelnn quet-tlnIn his tn congress. If the president hns decided views on the subject they nre as likely to be ngnlntt as for annexation, Ills attitude It the one characteristic of him lie Is trimming his tall to the breeze of popular fnvor. He hns never done anything inc'-Mig- c Hon. William McKlnley haiindoiibl edly been encouragrd by lilv nelinlrr'i to entertain an exulted opinie u of hit royal privileges and prerogallirs Hi do not Wlleve, however, that he hn-- n stunned the attitude ascribed lo Mil. by the lloston Pott, which tlrcliirrs that he look upon opposition lo Philippine annexation n "little ihnrt of treasonable," W'e don't bclleir It, bethat MnJ McKlit en use we don't ley himself Is by any means certain I'p of tl" desirability of annexation lo the time of the Chicago peine Jubilee he was discreetly guarded In utterances upon tl.. entire subject of Hit swlinr territorial expansion n round the circle, however nppenird to satisfy him that popular sriitlmei.l favored annexation and he then began ? ly." Albany Argus. .slvvasa h Trlmmri. manufactured by Mlmtilib pmcrwes known to tlio Cvi.mommv I'm Hiitur Co, only, and no vv Kli to imprctta timn nil tho linportiticc of piiteliatilng tin) trim nnd original remedy At tho genuine Syrup of Pigs Is manufactured by tho Cai ii oiinia Pin Mr.ur Co. only, u Lniiu ledge of that fact will oivlst our In avoiding the worthless imltnttons in.iitnfacttiri'il b.votlierpar-tlci- . The high sLindlng of thn Pio .Svni'i- - Co. with tbo ituvll-cprofession, nnd the satisfaction wblch the genuine .Syrupof Piga linn given to millions of families, maltes tho name of thu Company n i;uarnnly of the cxcullcnco of IU tonicity. II Is far In advance, of nil other laxatives, na it nits on tbo lddntyN, liter and bowels without Irritating or weal them, tind It doe not grlpo nor Cau-ronMal en-In- tr is duct not emly to the originality and hlmpllclty of the combination, but also to tho care mid with tvjilcli It Is siot of nos IU- - I'l Ilth. ... t, Innlf I Irri t, . h. Uf .etirMNl. Htl r.ltilut Irvrt. .... Itnnr llHMlt.t.,t Irl.i It.i .il Shil. Irrrt, e1t "Str litre ttitr r llf.Mtlitlt ieriti.ii.ne IIIJMir tiii Ktrs i. lot Vt,.rrt.t p. tllff, llHr.t. IU'r, llrI'll, w,n .nj sii rrrtti vv !. i. w -rtj-nM- aiiiiki3!. e I I to.. llutk lie. i. fain, .1 l Al.l.t til llll Xhll siihr. n.ia sr lirmsitit. AIJV KIITIrl IN ITU CUI.l KIIOl I II INSIST I lt)V IIAMM1 IIKAIII'IH OK TIM'S I'AI'Mt A.SVTIIIMI lIlXIIIINlJ iiar JM AI.I, MMWIITITIS tviiArTiir ak tlt IMITVTIU.NS ton. iikiusino A U Christmas Evnoo"! way n luakin.; inl wi In rthKUrtfut)tan rtnsrwllii )o"J m tril m ran iirwfti llwin orlrinal tin rfif 4Miiir ilrttl A Js!tt"tfll tlllPtnl t I iim, lom 9 bi Isl4,f Mhl tiwura hi lofrn tamMhlnsr fur I hrUtmf ft4t wtthaal - ln i vtnrfcitilrr nlttr nw I ri nf Hi KkH 7,it trtf XMlk r nt ( rf t K St AUKNTf b. PROFITABLE ur tfuiiiriiA..iin. t nt tuttcrlt ij.iwn rmltlos rui.n.iuut wHt EMPLOYMENT ,i.illpa l.rt tbu un. I tun. lilt Gallons Kiit I ir letter f tnf unu.liiHi HI'UIMMIlll. ,V.1( I'catl Btrret New IcuCli) imuhcato. lnordcrtogrtltN licni'llclnl effoots, please remember tlio naino of tho Company LrvyiO r ;.. ir rtt'. Irtslntul J I rDsroovM2w,,SC0Vl!',vi,', I qalckrrllr.tiittr.iorl k twv t.t Dr. II. .ti.l Itl rf.s. lucuess . mj,ili..i.i. m-- lt LUlIISTjLI S. Kj. CALirORHIA FIG SYRUP CO. vv nuMiscii, i'.i. M W A. N. K.-- H 1740 ivnt. VOIIU. N.T. uui'iiMt 'to Auvsitiisi.nii lilnete slain shut you sTf Ue Attfitttsv rseiK M IM rfvtn PAINT -- WALLS CEILINGS and FOR DECORATINQ WALLS CALCIMO insirsini"is ,MP,r .; .. .... I . i i ...a. .. jti.htiAts ... from yn irmritrmwnt nalnldfaUr an I iloimirown i(aifiHiiiiniT nin .'...11.1. Is ma : I ... ii 1 sssr. in It . hstSitt 'In tm kMlssaSMfl ms Iih I ".: '.-.ii Ulna .k.. t (.I... .. PAM ii JIHIBlHiiriniiilniMnnii.eti I eil.eiK Itf'Mrnd for H wo r local JfaifraUiui hiM.knil wm will nut kuu In lh. way bt I i tainitnf it . I NEW YORK. THE MURALO COMfSANV. NIW BRIGHTON, FRESCO TINTS CEILINGS i.'EMiV.A iBiimmiisn"yi... Calc mo ;... iiHlisv.ii elt, Chlcego Chronicle, STAR PLUG L. & M. NATURAL LEAF PLUO CLIPPER PLUO CORNER STONE PLUO SLEDGE PLUO SCALPING KNIFE PLUO SLEDQE MIXTURE SMOKINfi Will Ilnnnn be tried on the clitirgrs which nre rend) to be brought iigntuiit hliuV Hardly. And yd, no liil In the country, who has any iinlm to Inlelllgenie, dnubtit his guilt. Ore-li- t l Ilnnnn lm, unel McKlnley Is Its only prophet. Taiiiiinny Times, lo It seems the whitewash Algerlsm gets pay $75,000 for tint of $JO,0(M),()0() iippropilntt'el the president to use for the national defense. Is not this n little tortuous? V'oiilil It not puzzle n common mind how It Is "nntbnnl defense-- to whltu-waii- h Alger and AlgerUm? Illinois --- si , LIOQKTT jta ! MVK1IH TOTIArCO COMI"Y, Miiniiftit turnr, TRUST or COMBINE I si Not Metde by WWiWrVtViVi'iViVtWiViViViVtVWiW "TO SAVE TIME IS TO LENGTHEN LIFE." Slate Iteglsler. Under i DO YOU VALUE LIFE? THEN USE I none tt "binding" bnmton we will all be patriots, for of us uui eirnpe the necessity of tha Imperialistic n for our country'. Hint" wMwmmmHMmmMMmmmmmmmmvmtNtm SAPOLIO .i- -i taSSsSvtliS.A Ll'E! tejZXir. '8S8 Asfs, i t J Jf'ajfiti&?' 'ajajicBBaHiBsSjaiBj arjynjj-- , " " - .- - - - . r .j r . -- i. . mmmmm rJS2S?" "lsV " "Wf! VVtsMasussJsaB&JkBMMatUtM J ii.m... .... -- . .uu. 4