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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 J j It t of if BAkGAINSinL44atsi atsiiAWS I i IfPH COURIER ESTABLISHED n 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNt KY DECEMBER 14 1900 VOL XXXVI NO4 u u 9mm mm n n i t i te lmmmmmmml wmmmmtro E J- E 3- E Solid Serviceable 1 P and Substantial I Af Christmas Bar4nsraro tTio dndwe now offer you in every department and wouldEsay to youto come early and make your selections for tli waifhas E now commenced and will last until Christmas r Note Just a Few Items of Many Xmas Reductions OW 4 E MILLINERY 1 1E I DRESS GOODS = Jackets and I E Capes I = Fur Dons and Collarettes 100 up IIY r II t EW CtSnoptmilSthcAalc- Our r Silk Waists at 00 and tip r will noon use up our sto- ckHandkerchiefsItl 1E E NetttiBgini Small articles tl- 4L e Jj E fOilEINnpkins Joy ovc iai I ens CountorpaneI Those articles i ERlway gladden the hotiKOkccpora t CHASEEo production Nothing more luxu = rlous for a chilly hays drive Beau E tiful Indian Blankets too Both r iissdforthu carriage and couch sXmasI It GIotning srs IVo are bound to admit hat loaded his n ttoofine weather this fall Our beauy Clothing stock must be I Etaw ncducqd Heres porno nnnucijns i I EHison sE IO Ji J tI wu uuuinuuiuuuE1 1 ua1 j NO N0LOt1111M 1 The PctUIoii Fei Elect 1Varr VtdulrAUU xnll M6Iulay Thopotltiou filed before County Judgu 1 Kcarby with 1U signatures prayingt that un election bo hold ou Fob 1 submittiNg tko tiucrtion as to whether I splrltooHS yinoufl and malt liquors bot shonid bo sold within tho corporate 11111I its of tho city of iliclctnah otnot I came Up for hearing Monday before 1 the county Judge In the mcnntuno i 11notablyI11 and through such Influences a largo number of thoso who liad signed the petition asking fan thq t Election about DO had their names Htrickon from tho petition The taw requires tuuoaesaa ry to ordorlug an ekctlon that th0 ixsti 1 trop must signed oy many M1 25I percent of tko votOnl and whea tho GOc names had been stricken tim potitiot did not represent the requisite vote The attorney for tho petitioners thereupon I withdrew M Sara Crowland was attorney for the petitioners and RII V o w 1 rF iF J l 1 i T i 3 w r I f I I I as t Woe put the knife to every artie in this department including ribbons floweiwnd tbeitrimming fabrics fli a1 Ifori sr I Regtudless of cost That s the kind Of bMjnsveI give Fur trimmed capes at 100 as a E r d 3II 4 and we are in Departme much open Jr bo tii O CG For a big wwort 4O JFO raentjG 50audG 00 Suits selected us trade appetiz ers Thia includes sortie that are strictly all wool GjoBave your nhlslb 5J 00 and 17 1ICOOBays 1 yowr choke any f18 60 S18 00 or 516 CO tiuit oRQllr coun ter 9OsBuys choice of Any t t ttt racnH 15 00 and 12 CO Suits in I in the house Rises 14 to 19 years 4DsBuys choice of soy t lots selected out of I COJand 7 50 Days Suits Knee Pants Suits 3 Os 16 years and down any SO CO to 5 00 Suits goes nt this price Knee leo- vSUitSow Ovetco dHeavy garHaentvwarmaad Di Come iEajil Secure 23Choice TI CHRISTMAS h I I BARGAINS v 6 Illt 4 1 1 UIIIl1U111U111114UIIUINIlUIIUUUUIIIIUlUUU1CfrI T Tyler the antisaloon side her of ladles had assembled in tho courtroom bocauBo of their anxiety ai to the result nUll made known theIr fooling liberal applause when petition w withdrawn Tho saloon pooplo can re now tho petition when thoy wish but tho demonstration brought about b this effort makes it reasonably clear that should an election bo ordered tho pcoplo would vote against restoring tho I saloons Indeed many think it was ajj mistake fr tho antt saloon pcoplo to have opposed the ordering of tho cloc tior on tbo grounds that they can win nt tho polls nud that this would settle the question for three yews BEOKHAM INAUGURATED Qov Bocklmtn was duly tnaugu Governor of State of I ceremonlcllbolng I I immense concourse of people several regiments of State militia the boom of nnoo Ac Ills Inaugural address a plain business liko tallr affirming lay ally to his own Political party but promising a non partisan administra trot of public affairs and everything IB his power helpful to business peace I and good will I t1 f rT 1 1ifltMfj s II J winwurXrrre Lk 3- Un r we show goads worth tie AtlSilk fleeced =soothing to the ifikin We please you t j 1 t to 1 = i wi 1 1 1 1 the tho was 00 1 Tile 1V n Powell fleet byIasFire Easyt was totally deatrroyed by fire orlllI Hated la the fluo of the dining room and was qulcklr cOOHumed It was In the suburbs of town beyond the water works limit and therefore no chance for pro tootlon The hoiwd WW iirturd fur 81 ocoupiedItko house Baccecdod in saving all hkI exceptthQtroop1Air tedlBLOWN TO ATOMS ITho old Idea that the body seme timesI a powerful drastic pargative pllfi has boon exploded for Dr Kings New Lifo Pills which are perfeotlyharmleas gently ntimalatlng liver and bowels toI expel poioa1 matter cleanse thq sys tem and absolBtely cure OonsiipatioB and Pick Headache Only 96o ut Cow gills drug store 0 Ir M A S r Onr wortky young friend nit Shaw jr went calling on some young ladles in the sabarba of Hickman one evening last week aud hitched lib horso to a poet 1 ia trent Whilst Mit was In the parlor cwjoying the fascination of lovely young lady society Dr James Hubbard observed a negro boy stealthily groping about Mits horse and later tho negro wouated the steed and dashed off at fall speed The doctor shouted at the tkief Ural a gun in the air and pur ned him so closely that he was forced to dliKoQat and wr the horse was re captured The negro meant to steal the orse aad was only prevented by the tlaelyprfteaace of Dr Hubbard IT GIRDLES Till GLOBE The fame of Backlens Arnica Salve as the best in the world extends around the earth its the one perfect healer of Oats Corns Uralses Sores Scalds lou Uleers Felons Aches Pains and Skin BruptlooB Only infallible Pile WN Mo a box at Cpwgill Oowgllls MNono and Maud Parks will speed tkei OhrtotffiM holidays with their sWerWn Georgia Ellison R Jt I 1 SSS r R XMAS 1 it p GIFT1t L f J itc1 t 4 i W 1 JL f k IF YOU t it AIDEAt aw 1 I tt I CAjJWiTEtt y i t r l come to ins We can i suggest a f number o- fAppropriate 1r a Thingsll I that are3new inrevefjr i I sense of the word to o J lM pp fillingin bills in all lour lines of Millinery Genis Furnishings Shoe- sHardware Cfcueensware Gl CCJicsIiIi I I t J JlI r1IItIIvl c WE ARE THEi1 I f 1 j i PEOPLE dtii tf J r nwuuraw 1tt RlSpecial Line of I MENS PatenffLeatherO 1 tint SHOES 1 fJ JI iICi 1 11 SHAWS- r i i HIOKMANKY Ii e T1d- Y q 4 All 1 Jt i =iJ V I J It l J 1y J J JCROSSING THE FERRY I IDr Talmage Tells of Davids Pas JordaniIr He Draw a Lesion of Comfort and 1 1 Hopefalnrak to All God Clill J 1 drenThe Ferry to- T HraveaI- CopyrtKht i I4a 1000 by Louis Ktopsch From an unnoticed incident of olden Dr Talmage In this discourse I Itime some comforting and rapturous t lessons The text is 2 Samuel 1013 end there went over a ferryboat to 1carry over the kings household 1 Which of the crowd is the king That short man sunburnt and in fa tigue dress It iIs David the exiled l king He has defeated his enemies and is now going home to resume his pal i DuldCi riveraking Is accompanied to the bank of the gentlement1owned a fine country seat at Iloge r 1 lira Besides that David has hU tam tl getling there I see a fsrryU3 coming from the other side udall It cuts through oDdJrJtheIsooner has the ferryboat struck the andduBarziilat from BogelimII withft9or oar sculling at the stern of the boat J they leave the eastern bank of the Torhdart and start for the western t lit That western bank Is black with crowds of people who are waving and k kingAmilitary are alli4 81r out Some of tfeose who have i jJ hfDavids worst enemies now shout until they are hoarse at his return No 1It1600nei + has the boat struck the shore 11r1on the western tide than the earth 141 quakes and the heavens ring with flofjcheers of welcome and congratulation J David and his family and Barzillal fromh tRogclim step ashore King David liveft1 to I InfirD1jappetitethat t urious living and so he begs that Davd t would let him go back to his county aeatlanceII preddente had just been to Washington to see Its son in the white house and he told ate of the wpnderful things that occurred to t there and of what Daniel Webster said gladtogofagmyhousechurch service was over and we went home some one in the house asked the i aged man how he enjoyed the service Well he replied enjoyed the sere peopletherevery much The fact Is that old peo ple de not like excitement If King 1 David had asked BarzlUat 30 years be fore to go to the palace the probability is that Barzillai would have gone but goodbyin vogue yet where two brothers pat awnytramNo wonder that their lips met as King oftThis river Jordan IIn all ages and 111mbotand Heaven Yet when on a former oc theJordnlc I a some of you despondingly said The forTlCheeriA you there is throughIt thetf thefto Oakland and tram Liverpool to aeclllardayferryboats of our grearcltles io thatK dlctlonarfto1 am speaking to you about the passage riverJordan4 My subject in the first place 1m 4 prases me with the fact that when we nnttillother side The tribe of Judab we t are Informed sent this ferryboat across to get David and bis household I stand on the eastern side of the rher Jor dan and I find no shipping at all but while I am standing there I see a boat rhllIrI l thebORt PhisboatIu e factthatword to the next the boat will have to u come from the oppositeahore a A guide at meDo It rapids said Yw Well he Iptothecame to that rock and he clutched M lifebunts J splintersAVer1 t tprthe could not eat it lie seemed to ht gctwpremyhcld on anti with n shriek louder t hettilt over When a man puik re B- froiti tthe shore of this world nti the ats river iiC Dculli In a boat of his ovva f f 1 II ar construction ne has worse disaster than thatshipwreck eternal ship wreckBlessed be God there la a boat com- Ing from the other aide Transport tion at last for our souls from the other shore everything about thisI Gospel from the other shore pard from the other shore mercy from the other shore pity from the other shore ministry of angels from the other shore power to work miracles from the other shore Jesus Christ from the other shore This IIs a faith ful saying and worthy of nil accept tion that Christ leans came Into the world to save sinners and from a foreign shore I sec the ferryboat com- Ing and It rolls with the surges of Saviours suffering but 1a It Itrlkea the earth the mountains rock and the dead adjust their apparel so that they may be fit to come out That boat touches the earth and glorious Thomas Walsh gets into it in his ex piring moment laying He nas cornel He has cornel My Beloved la mine and I am Ills Good Sara h Wesley got Into that boat and as she shoved off from the shore she cried Open the gates Open the gatesP I bless God that as the boat came from the other shore to take David and his men across so when we are about to die the boat will come from the same direction God forbid that I should ever trust to anything that starts from this side Agnln my subject suggests that when we cross over at the last the King will be on board the boat Ship carpentry in Bible times was in ite Infancy The boats were not skill tally made and I can very easily 1im aging that the women and the chi dren of the King household might ave been nervous about going o that boat afraid that the oarsman or the helmsman might give out and that the boat might be dashed on the rocks as sometimes boats were dashed In the Jordan and then I could have Imagined the boat starting and rock lag and they crying out Oh we art going to be Jlost Vie are going down Sot so The King was on board t aboat and those women and chlldirc- and all the household of the kin new tfu4 every care stns taken to the kingthe head of the em plrepasa in safety Now I want to break up a delusion I your mind and that is thin WhenI our friends go out of this world tc e feel sorry for them because they have o go alone and parents hold on to the hands of their children who are dying and hold on to something ofr the impression that the moment they let go the little one will be in the darkness and in the boat all alone Oh the parent says If I could only go with my child I would be willing die half n dozen times I am afraid the will be lost In the woods or In darkness I am afraid she will rcry much frightened in the boat all nlone I break up the delusion When a soul goes to Heaven it doe not go oleos the King Ila on boar I the boat Wes Paul nlone in the last extremity Hear the shout of tb sacred missionary as he cries owl am now ready to be offered end the time of my departure iIs at hand Was John Wesley alone in the last extremity Xo Hear him say nest of all God is with us Was Sir William Forbes alone In the last ex tremity No Hear him say to his Friends Tell all the people who ae coming down to the bed of death from my expericcce it has no terrors Oh say a great many people that does very well for distinguished Chris tian but for me a common man for me a common woman we cant ex peat that guidance and help If should glee you n passage of Scripture that wouldj promise to you positivelyi when you are crossing the river to the next world the King would he 1 in the boat wt uld you believe the prom ise Oh yes you say I would Here is tho promise When thou pastiest through the waters I will be with thee and through the rivers they shall not overflow thee Christ at the sick pillow to take the soul out of the body Christ to help the soul1 down the bank into the boat Christ midstream Christ on the other side to help the soul up the beach Be comforted about your departedI frfundo Be comforted about your own demise when the time shall come Tell It to all the people under the sun that no Christian aver dies alone tin ing Iis In the boat Again my text suggests that lean ing this world for Heaven Is crossing a ferry Dr Shaw estimate- the e average width of the Jordan t I be about 30 yards What so narrow 1 lea There went over a ferryboat to goIni otfly a ferry It may be 80 miles that is 60 years before we get to the wet bank on the other aide but thej crossing is short I will tell you the whole secret It is not five minutes across nor three nor two nor on minute It Is Instantaneous trans thoughleavingI and floundering and swim to trawl rep exhausted on th other shore and to be pulled out Ramsgatefeboati ferry It is ao narrow that we cant tall each other from beak tJ1kIU only four arms lengths across The Arm of 4anhJr farewell put out HeaTenlyetCQUJe hile tbe Iying Christian standingr midstream sixetcbr out illS arm the one la take the farewell of earth fled the other to take the greeting ofr lemres That tnskes PIT stuns lenxtTu amp s tlie dyer- HItuM Lt goal that when we leave tfcls wortd we are not to have a great IntoIrr I Utla40 Uwl the northwest passage tf tttbtrg Only a ferry Thatt LCVLIU for o cthioff ou Lave ner been able to understand You never supposed that very nervous and timid Christian people could be so unexclted and placid In the last hour The tae is they were clear down on the bankc and they soar there was nothing to be frightened about Such a short cHI theo7 heard the funeral psalm in their teem ory and with the other ear they heard the song of Heavenly salutation The willows on this side the Jordin an the Lebanon cedars on the other Interlocked their branches Only a ferry My subject also suggests the tact that when we cross over at the last we shall find a solid landing The ferryboat as- a spoken of in my text means a place t- David o start from and a place to land and his people did not find the eastern shore of the Jordan any more solid that the western shore where be landed and yet to a great many Heaven Is not a real place To you Heaven Ila a fog bank In the distance Now my heaves IIi a solid Heaves Inter the resurrec tlon has come you will hue a teas racted foot and something to tread on and a resurrected eye and color 1 see with It and a resurrected tar an music to regale It Smart men in thl day are making a great deal of tun about St Johns materialistic desert tions of Heaven Well now my friends if you will tell me what will be the use of a resurrected body In Heaven with nothing to tread un and nothing to hear and nothing to handle and moth ing to taste then I will toast too Are you going to float about in ether for ever swinging about your hands and feet through the air indiscriminately one moment sweltering the centert the sun and the next moment shivering In the mountains of the moon 1 That iIs withntheoloErlealHeafen that will do for them at last I serer heard of a Heaven I want to go to except St Johns Heaven I be lien I shall bear Mr Toplady sing yet and lane Watts recite hymns anti Mo zart play Oh you aay where would willayetgsee a harp him to sing one of the songs of Zion I believe after the resurrection I shall zee Masslllon the great French pulpit orator and I shall hear from his lips how he felt on that day when b preached the kings funeral sermon and flung his whole audience late paroxysm of grief and solemnity have no patience with your transcend total gelatinous gaseous Heaven My Haren Is not a fog bank My eyes are unto the hill the everlasting hills The Kings ferryboat starting from wharf on this side will go to a wharf on the other side Again my subject teaches thnt when weshallbemet0 t Darldrerd family went over lIn the ferryboat spoken of in the text Uiey landed amid greetdthey Stepped of the boat to the shore there were gatheredIexpress that was beyond description And so you and I will be met at the sanding Our arrival will be like stepping ashore at Antwerp or Constantinople among a crowd of strangers It will be among friends good friends those who are warmhearted friends and nil their friends We know people whom we have never teen by hearing somebody talk about them very much we know them almost as well as If We had seen them And do you suppose that our parents and brothers and sisters and talkingpto their friends So that I suppose when we cross the river at the last wetshall not only be met by all those Christian friend whom we knew on earth but by all their friends They will yme down to the landing to meet us your departed friends love you now more than they ever did You will be surprised atthe last to find how they know about all the again of your life ternIthe boat is going that way I do not know but they have already naked the Lord the day the hour the moment when you are coming setae and that they know now but I do know that you poetSoutheyknow Bishop Heber in Heaven by the portraits he had seen of Jilm In London and Dr Randolph said he thought he poetewilldknow our departed kindred by the port traits hung in the throneroom of our hearts But there la n thought that cornea over us like an electric shock Do I belong to the Kings household Mark you the text says And there went over a ferryboa to carry over the kings household and none but the ierouIfed Into that household Obaysome soul here IdonobknowAvheth erUII King want me He does he edoes Hear the voice from the throne I will be n father to them and they shall be my sons and daughters said the Lord Almlghtj Him that cometh unto me Christ says I willin nowise cast out Come into the Kings house hold Sit down at the Kings table Come In and take your apparel from the Kings wardrobe even the wedding garment of Christ rlghtvuimuvju Come In nnd inherit the Kings wealth ferryboatWhy He Objected Fc lyHer dad IB trying to tave uS Ins engagement Mgylle has a barrel of money 1 suppose herdyYcer anal Imagines r want barrelJudge FINE WORDS OF MKINLEY I oth taylega of the President la ttended to Hambooile the 1eepU p closing his ppccch before the hladrlphln Union league President JJ- jtlntey nmde use of some very 1 ekIng phrases tending to reassure it American people of his bcncvo Heretshit concluding j the republican party has placed uport It rftundous rrsponsIbllltU No party nid ask for a higher expression of conn i rJt Is a treat thins to have this con nee It will be A greater thing to deserve ii hold It To this party are commUt J and grave problems ThP are too eX Id for partisanship The ask of settle it Iis for the whole American people 4 will say they are unequal to lit Jbrrly has not lost but gained In nxlh The structure of iho fathers rt secure upon the foundations on rh thy raised It and It today as It hu- n In the years put and as It will be In year to com the fovrrnmtnt of the pie by the people and for ihs people le not disturbed there tIs no danger m empire there ta no fenr for the ra adlCe thedyearsa ofaDtrnment by the people had gone jaml that the day of government by tiny hud arrived Never before iKinleyV day have the Declaration f Independence and the constitution n openly jetted ut and denounced one nH merely n string of glitter t generalities and toe other nlIrnething which we irate outgrown vl left so far behind that It Is trot rth while to discuss It The poUcJI ll imperialism the advocacy or these of which necessitates the VtnkI tag of the respect of the American ople for three two inspiring1 docti rnts that have ben the ndmlratto 1the clvlllml world since they YrreI ft proclaimed to the publicIsI go perilously near shaking the 1011nI tions of the republic And henI weaken the foundation the trueI ire Is endangered In spite tif Mr IKInleys assurance thnt there laI danger The task of settlement laI for tht- ole American people says liesI lit McKinley Who will toy that n sy Ire unequal to it Well Prrsl it McKlnley for Ont If he believed peopleeI t problem why j I deny the public Infurnwtlen about thisII blem was to be wired by drtflny I is the one who refused to tell the nrrican people why the policy of j mina aggression tnwavJ Cuba patriotni n towards the Philippines Hr is t f one who remained dumb as lothe rfton why our plain they towards Porto Rico was suddenly charged He tit qty who elapprd n censorshipI on wlJllln1preJQegarbled extracts from other reports In Ms letter of acceptance refusing to nake pubic the omitted portions HeI iet in the capacity of the American people to settle American problem Iis tine hauls of a selfgoverning republic Rut how can people kept in the dark 1 about facts be expected to settle a thing right Let Mr McKinley give the people the facts and the problems will be settled nnd settled right With full Information the American people may always be depended upon to decide In the right way whntewr questions affect till welfare prosperity or per petuity of this country Let Mr McKinley throw off the blanket which he has thrown over his government and cease tine attempt tomytlfy the public ns to destiny anti the people will pre wrre their liberties and will Jealoifily gltard this republic train the dangers of Imperialism Utlca Observer UrBiorrnryx sly Under the leadership of a reunited and reorganized democracy the Texlrf ance of the American people to the ominous encroachments upon popular rights tirade by the unduly privileged trust monopolle will be continued with increased vigorI and certain confidence of the final5 victory of the people over the combines It remains for the dem erratic national organization to put Itself In effective shape for the performance of its duty to the people of thug country Its strongest and safest men those Inspiring the fullest conl dcnce on the part of thoughtful Amer Icons must be placed In control of the party In behalf of legltlmatebuslnes interests and of the Individual U op posed to that evil of monopoly which threaten nil legitimate enterprise the trusts taut be fought to a tlnlshSt Louie Hepubllc Kothlncr trot vtI unitInfinity This country hnu destroyed the mer chant mnrine by its tariff laws and Its registry laws and the present subsidy blUrpropnsltlon In nil Its forms JH that the American people should pay men for having hlps built In this country and for railing ahem under the Amcrl ran flag There Ila no pretense of any uencflt in It except to the people who build the ships and those who own themlrt will not benefit those who pay tine freight but merely change the per retied who receive the freight And for this blessing the country IsI called upon to pay 0000000 a year for a atarter with n certainty that the amount will increase hereafter If the policy Iis ont inaugurated That Iis the ship nulwfdy scheme in n nutshell Indianapolis Sentinel protecttlO1ItK pnnluat on the people of this coup try whose government gave the protec ion luI nn object that U very offensive I to those wino nre thtiH oppressed When the people MC how this state of affairs tan be ended It will be dune mid Mr JiewSttt IfI wise beyond his fellow mil lionaire luscplntr that It can heat be done If tbq scales fall frnm the eyrani the rich before another French rcvo 1 a Id provakedrUtica Observer 0 J ISSUES SINCE ELECTION Remain the Same as Ilnrlux the Car palgn and llepnbllcam Will He I Held to Them It Ile fortunate for the party In rower snld President McKinley iin hts talc ijicech at Philadelphia If It understands the true meaning of the result of the elections Indication are that the party fIn power if the utterances of its party organs are an Index have entirely misapprehended the true meaning Republican party organs as a unit are placing upon the November elec tons construction which are entirely unwarranted by the results They Infer that the election have rut an end to the issues of Imperialism and UrUmr that the Aturrlean people n pleated with the Ikllipjrfse war and eager that It be prosecuted to the conquekt of those islands by a retort to the most violent measures They claim that the HamlltonlanI tendencies of the McKlnley ndmlnts trntlnn have been approved and ha the American people see attractions In an English governmental ytem t such III Hamilton favored that the American lpeople are In favor of grabbing territory wherever a shadow of an excuse to warrant such seizure stanch out flame pare even gone BO far as to assert that the American Ipeople favor trusts None of these inferences are war ranted The results of the electionI show rather that those who lend the thought of the American people arc oppoml to all these policies It may be anld without any slight of the population of the country dig theta of the nation that the ell It s lend In public movements not because of greater mental power but because J of greater proximity to the sources of Information In the cities with rrmarkable uniformity the republican e ustnlncd great besets In jlostn- and New York republican mn iritlea were converted Into democratic inn joritle and In all the big cities a aim liar fnlllnjr ofT In the republican vote nas apparent Tho Just Inference Iis that those who toted on the Immediate issues IIn the last campaign voted against Mc Kinky Moreover the republican pnrly or Jan during the campaign did not debate or defend Imperialism militarism and trusts Their labor wore con fined to an agitation of the prosperity which they declare haul characterisedJ I the administration of William MoKin icy pOll to denunciation of tilt demo cratic candidate for his policies 1 InI 180ft ntd of the men who they charged would form his cabins should he br elected They made andI won 9u other Issues Ullon those pint forth ns jmroniount in the democratic platform 1 IJa lngcnrrIe l thenntlonon bflI issues they mode the Amrrfona people will hold them to those Issue The cannot after the election make porn mount thou Issues which before the election they Ignored or denounced1 nil specters and bugaboos The recent policies of McKinley his Philippine war his Increased standing army hir llrltlih Nlrornpua canal his Hamll uprotlIITIIIJII patted on by the people when other campaigns throw them to tin fron- tSt Loafs Itopnblla POINTED PARAGRAPHS lly Introducing subsidy legista lion before anything else the repub lican show their predilection for ape clal privilege deals Indlannpotla New Ind There are no touts acoo ling to the assurances of that most e tltiiuble republican leader nod manager Mr Hanna Why talk about regulating that which does not exist 1 OmahaI WorldHerald The army increase to be asked for by the president II unquestionably needed It Iis not needed by the repub 1Ir but It Iis sorely needed by the em plre and a greater Increase will be Imperative In the 1ar future If McKln ley Imperialism ItoI be continued a the American policySt Louis He public It Iis more than passing string- that some of the republican leaders i I congress should persist In pushing the ship subsidy bill lit the teeth of tine np position of nearly all the people of the country and In the face of the tart that shipbuilding without subMdle IK en Joying the biggest boom It hOi ever known In America Indianapolis Press ITannnH slip subsidy hllliltnothi ing but a deliberate robbery of the peo pie and It la not to be wondered at that rome republicans are gagging at J It In the days of Its degeneracy the republican partyinI getting more and1 prllclplltfI I remphlCommercln r The republican majority of the ways and means committee ha ready to its hand one answer to nil the peel tioners for n reduction of the wnr taxes The committee can say with perfec- jruthi You voted to retain In power rUlunlilble not fairly object to paying tire expense of that war There cut be no answer to this talement Chicago Chronicle Three measures the army bill the Isthmian canal bill and tine 1Ihlp ribsldy bill arc namcu by Senator Hurtown of Michigan as the chief objects of republican solicitude during the short session of congress They rover a prospective expenditure of mote than rQOoOOllOO Tile taxpayer of t country ought IIBO to be full of solid tulle When these three measures shallI have become laws a mortgage will have been practically entered upon iigalnst peoplePhlladelplda r FIFTHSIXTHf CONGRESS i Nerond Remlnit Wushlngton Dec GWIlen the vcsalon of the senate opened WedRpIIAday the credential of Samuel D Mo Entry and Murphy J Foster as sea ator from Louisiana and George P Wetnioru front Rhode Island were teethed Bill were paed permit u ting Capt B 11 McCalla and ConnII11 mander W Co Wise of the UJ1ItCtII States iwvy to accept decorationsDfrom the emperor of UennauIWashington Dec BTht house da I voted the day to the army reorgani 1 zation hill which was brought up 1 rounder a special order adopted At tire opening of the session which limited general debate to two hour on a I ntdc Wellington Dec 7The house of representative Thursday at the end of a long sitting passed the army re totlyes Quite rt number of amendment were placed uton the bill iNjforw It was pained line liveliest fight was made on a Hiibstltute Offered by Mr LitllofiYld Me ti the canters seer tlon The ubtUuto absolutely proI hunted the vale of Intoxicants at military ports The stoats Was in executive Reu nion for mom than four Latin the entire time tiring devoted to the 10 ettsslon by Senator Morgan of the HuyPauncefote treaty for the abro gallon of that portion of the Clay ton lhdwcr trebly which relate to the Nicaragua canal Washington ilea 8Chi house Friday asmtl the Grout oleomargnr JIll bill by n vote of 100 to 02 The substitute offered by the minority uimmltle on agriculture which Im nposed additional restriction on tho salt of oleomargarine to prevent It fraudulent sale na butter and In creased the penalties for violator was defeated by a vote of 113 to 171- Tho bill ha passed makes all ar Hole known All oleomargarine but terlne mutation butter or mutation ebrose transjwrtrU into anyrlala or territory for consumption or NIle subject to the police porter of aunh state or territory but prevents any state or territory from forbidding the prodrnot yhI1 protluct and sold free from culorntlon In Imitation of butter The bill Increase the tax on oleomargar ine colored In Imitation of butter from 2 to 10 cent per pound and cft creases the tax on oleomargarine un colored from 3 cent to V4 of a cent per panund A bllljyH Introduced to bring about federal prohibition of pojygamyy trp ntu11 Ttty1gr JrJLI to + r No rtralnru ov1 IOMAnl4111twn nyopen aeaslon Practically the entire legislative day was consumed by nn executive eraIon- 11arbinglon iVc JO8rattTbsenate was not In sraelnn Satunlny House renoiutlon wwi Introduced calling on the secretary of war to dl rent the United States cnglnecra In charge to make ft surrey of the Green and Barren rivers Kentucky to nflcrr rata the practicability and cost of so curing a Ufoot depth of water nt pool stage- 11ashbigton Dec 11Senatrfion Charles A Towne tint reconlly up polntetl flitcceMor to the late Senator Davis of Mlnnenotn otltmltil Non days tension end took Use oath of olllcr No liiiNlneM of Importancn was transacted in open Mission the senate prolog Into crret wmilon on the HayPauncefote treaty us sums ui routine business hind been concludml IIUIIply bill t + e legislative executive and judicial upprnprinlinii hill war paired In record time Hie bill ear riea 2 oft308 Bills Introduced To peiulon Elisabeth Ohnmllcr ol Canton nt 13 n month directing the secretary of the treasury to pay 5100 EAaIs1 DillIngIe directinge po1I2145 to John P Willlw of Shelby ville Ky and Hit to Jacob Robinson of Gilbert trek Ky for Aujr piles furnished United States troops during iht civil wvr Coantemi Cnntellanr U III New York Dec lIThe Journal prints n Paris dispatch saying that the Countess de CnMcllnno Is ilL Her condition IACaUlII41 hy worry over herIlatest development tl1 which was thin virtual seizure of tho FridayeDetractive Plea In HI tonU sixstoryeciipled by lulltm Glazer d Co im porters of laces the Llnei Thread fAnufayytf MonufactJ1rfngBros Co was tlcwtroytil by fire Monday night Low 130OrtO New We trn Hallway Santa Fc N M Die lIT11 Santa 1e Albuquerque d Pacific Ilnllva Co Friday tiled Jncorponitfon papers One hundred ant fifty mlKis of road IB to be conatructed tram Santa T to Albuqucrqur connecting with the heaver Jr JUo G fliulo at thin Pedro TrraenryeWii8hngton Dec 8 Fridays aloft incnl of the treasury balances in the general fund Delusive of tire 150 UOOOOO gold rvservojn tine division of redemption shows Ayailablo coati balance 137020138 gold 70802i8J i r i I 1 c Vl afilpftlgcalaFNft lii ibbfQlpNiE1iiFilFtbii4L nlSTATE ODDS AND ENDSWI t tt I JJJ THE NURSERY FARM Aacait Hebron of New York Held Thirteen illly boat wf JBOO ta John H Mit ilf H- Loulsvlllt Ky Dee 8Aupust Del IrolfthiIlavnrreI Ii Madden of Hamburg Plnre Lex ington The report that Mr Madden lint sold Hamburg tlnco Is incorrect ho says It In not for sale nnd lie tlcclnrrx has not been on the mar ket Mr Mnddcn laI training 20 yearlings At Louisville among them being the HnnovfrCorreolIon colt for which Mr Madden pall 20000 at the Mor tie and Young salt In New York InI Ii July CAPT NOEL GAINES In n letter Ho Tells or an InnerHrlnreH a Nilmil of the ann end Illlplne Kranlfort Ky Dec 8A letter TV retted here from Cupt Noel Onlnes formerly of thin city now ift the ItWtCnI ry under command of Corp William Steele of thus cityand a band of liontlle Filipino At nun shot Strelo killed two anti wounded a third Fill plno oil of them standing In line i cupturrdColregiment gilded a potacrlpt too the letter confirming the statement ns to details and testl fylng to tho heroUin of Steelc PARDONED JaY GOV BUCKHAM Tae Allrtrrtt VletlM of organ Har IIm loaded In Behalf at the Convict s- Frankfort if ICy Dec 7GoryBecltI haul Thursday granted a pardon to Morgan Harlow of Nicholas county who ten years ago was Mnt to the state penitentiary hero from Ienillc+ ton county for horse stealing and who nude hia escape a few months prlnonlie 1 In ChicAgo where he became A good cltl run He left Ma family In Kentucky and uniting to see them lie utter ten yrnni Carne bark and guru himself esp Ills portion was onUtil by the man whose horse he was convicted r of stealing a Staten Meet llanti ti t 8lollyNtrutton I tvfilflp inimlcr of Xewie Searcy and t t c fenlencrd to be hanged Holly and Leroy SI rut ton literally cut to pieces Newton Henrcy In the court house IIn yard here lat August during the sea Non of the circuit court There 4I talk of mob violence before the prla I oners were removal to Bhelbyvllle for safe keeping ThU Is thn first death penalty ever given by a Jury In Anderson county Will Not Iar the lannranet Ashland Ky Dec 7A message was received here from the life In kurunco companys liimlquarteni luI New York to tin local agency not to play the Insurance held on the child William Olbaon tortured to death Mrs llboi took the policy out on November 12 and had It made payable to her Only one payment had been made Will IC tar Allmonr Frankfort Ky Pen ITho court of appeal Friday reverse the Judg ment of tIm lower court In the care of Mary It flrocr v1 Slmrull and oth ers from Covlngton and decided that Mrs Oreern alimony of 3oOO could i be taken out of tho proceeds of the rale of certain real estate on which trustt company asserted a prior lien Ajj I llnscKln In rlnttan I Lexington Ky Dec 10TnmM II Hnggln the mllllonulru lionwmnn and owner of Klmendorf stud arrived on Sunday night from New York to attend the sale of horses which opened Monday and nt wlyph a largo con signment froni lily establtshmrnt will bo sold i Wewver Hnrrnl Out J Louisville Ky Dec 10 Ocorge I Franklin Weaver the trolling barber Who gnlnrd such notoriety by his tea timony at tho trial of Caleb Powers and wits Indicted for perjury therefor made na attempt 1o join the barbers union In this city Weaver was rc II J Jsctcd by on ovcnvhilmlng YOW I nrotvnnl In Miring I Corbin JCy Dec 10Mrs W A I fipnnglcr of Yells Sprlngn wns foundS dead la a spring n toot deep near her home She had gone to the place to I rhurn As sic was eubject to faint I hug spoils it Is suppoted she fainted nnd fell Into the springt SjeiuieU on 1IU Ioot Corbin Ky Dec loIn the Dint pond saloon at Jellleo John David laalmd Henry JjQvH no badly In the face tlmt It Iis likely tlio latter will j die J orlt accidentally stepped on Davids foot hut begged this pardon she latter did not reply Taut began cutting Lovlt with a barlow knife Ft Mny Uefent Ciuuitiorn I Louisville Ky Dee toA resolu j tlonll1trocluccd by aodnlUt dlm crat81JJ bas caiioctl trouble In the 1 Wic American Fetlerntloa of Lajor- tiadIt may defeat Campers j 1 d 4k13fv J MMaTw GIBSON CAPTURED The Child Torturrr Wa Arreated at Irunlilll Carter Cuualjr and Tan to Marvlll Cutlet Uburg Ky Dec eGlbllon the child murderer WM captured Wednesday morning at Ironhlll in Carter county by John Davis of that place and taw brought to tho home of Sheriff Field Who resides niIO tulles outvlde tho city at dark on Wednesday evening County Judge 7r Kverltt made an order removing tho prisoner for safe keeping to Maysvllle Deputy Slierift Win Gel ger oat Jailer I R Hued left the city secretly with 4Jio prisoner for HUB aell Ky from whence they took the 440 trout for Maysvllle But few per sons alto aware of the fact that the prisoner has been captured Ilorer Hulr at I t xliiKton xlngton Ky nee to1Jlc first side of thoroughbreds to be held by the FaslgTlpton Co of New York In MondayAmonggin C Ii FltIachmonnV Som J Hand F P Keene A L Ferguson E TI1ulalferfamous Tenny1wbose winnings amounted to 9190 Malada dam of Tom Collins1Mngerfield und Protrat or nod Lidlro by Longfellow are also e4nlolftlld erdnrrd to rrniikfurt Oxvcnsboro Ky Dw 7Cnpt JTandy Ellis received orders Iliurs day from Adjt Oeu Murray to move hits military company to Frankfort to attend the Inauguration of Gov Ifeckhiin Tho company will be join Mayfieldmade In a special train over the Ixiulavllle Henderson d St Louis railroad Uroand UUae la the reify 1aducah Ky Dec ilhe wife of Lockup Keeper Itobrrt Menifee lied her mouth cut Thursday night at supper by a sliver of glass In some smile Jelly and becoming suspicious an examination was made It re vented enough ground glass In the jolly to kilt several persons Menifee suftpect n former cook of having placed It there with the intention of killing L01 family Death la a Peculiar Manner Lebanon Ky Dec TJohn Martin thin llyearold sou of Thomas Mar tdenthcliiTil got holdof a bottle of whisky kept by his parents In n closet at home for medical purposes and drank quantity said to have been almost punt and died from the rlfccU In a short white afterward she lad was nmrr known to ue liquor and it Is thought hI took it through mlatakc Rat Iiil llli Honey Frankfort Ky Dec tbW J Scot tow a groccryman put 1166 In n stack when ho closeted his store and left It on tlieoounterforg etlng to put It In his sate He spent a sleepless night when he remembered leaving It there When tie went to hie placo of bustl ncsa tit daylight IIP found that rats liud carried the money into a hole and partly flestrojetl the hills Swore Us Wai a Soldier Paducnh KyM Dec 7oeo Jack son of MayIkId was held over in Jlocxi bond by Commissioner lur yair of the United Stated court on the cnargc of fraudulently attempt ing to secure n pcntdnn by claiming that he belonged to the 13th Penny sylvania Infantry during the civil wur while the roster uhows him to huts been on1n meiwroom cook T TO lninlllPH Iuliunra Aahland Kvvler 8nlr families of Mrs Matilda Itoatty end Mrs Nora Dunn wiTC poisoned at supper Ar senic had been plund In the coffer Mrs Dunn nnd family wero taking supper with Mrs Bratty All are out of danger but Mrs Hentty Dr WIN llama ono of tho attendants has a olixv ns to who tho guilty one Is and an arrest may follow i Murder Indictment IFu Ky flee 7Among the Indictments returned by the Pay cUe grants Jury were four for mur der three against White men who killed Negroes und one against a Negro woman who slew a man Xrw Captain Lexington Ky Ice SThe ICen tucky State College Athletic ussocla Ion has elected L W Martin to be captain of the tenors next season DarknessI nClollntlotcity Thursday night was in darkness Ilio broken main sins not been found cloy Hefuiieil to trap Morganfleld Ky flee iO Itobert Chancellor aged 12 playfully pointed an apparently empty gun at hili ploy elate toy Diddle and commanded dm to halt Young lllddlo refused to obey whereupon Chancellor fired tilling lllddlo Instantly Yamrvoty Lexington Ky Dec 10 Franle JlsKlcks tlie popular tut fman had a narrow escape from drowning He +went to sleep In a bath tub at tho jhoenix hotel and laI his fllumber turned Uic water on trltljbli foot st a JIE WAS READY FOR MO II I t Net Even a Itallwar Collision dM I Subdue the Ardor of a Ieoll ball Sena E I Tlin two train came together wiC UII vrfuicrafh Home one bad blundered XUt however was a matter which would tr r to Le left for future investigation As soon II those who wereuninjured adI ixtricato tbemsclvtf from the wreck Ity turned manfully to the work of rci ig their lets fortunate fellow psuenger4 111 tbe Chicago Thnes IlersldII It was L I on top of one another People were io 11mWIIloots from the tin end the moan and riof the injured could be heard afar off Finally after long bard work th rJ rues reached the bottom of the fasts V r protrudedbentath tt D i cane decorated with colored ribbjns isd i long tin born 1null and anxious scoreotst1 r men lilted the weight fromym the head Id ibouldtrs of tbe prostrate one and ca via him up the embsnkhient As they rep sVa pesohandI dim scresn of same kind and shouted 111bJphlpn Which tide hat the btlll tv STATE or aLrcaOSlO Crrr or TOLZDO I I Frank J Cheney make oath that be gib JtihjstyttbatffirmI a cannot be cured by the use of Balla Cat Cure FRAM J cKXK hfprelltnltBeal Notary Public Jlalls Catarrh Cure isI taken internal aid sets directly on the blood and imipmi jW i area of the atstem Send fnr testiniontes fire F J CHKXKY t CO Toledo Sold br ilruZgietsI 0Ihails FamllyVills UScII I You have not gone to Furol thenfi LI JOU rJpedtd axd Mrs Fosdkto 11 fRS was the reply It U Jo difficulfftf Sir Kprlfrgs to leave his business and I realty couldnt go without him And taxn I read the other day about a ship th drtlldfnJlitwouldI Free lrtu Kolhloe 00Hellvr 1can be had for use in the shop facto family than Palmer Lotion the great tblfbeAI i oe hesitate to recommend It No horn place of business should be without this I drrul remedy for use io cue of altidft If your own druggist dOM not have it dItbuy some hinjrelse but send to Solon Part cr 374 Pearl St New York for free in plea of Iahners Lotion and Lotion Soa PllKxlrnnatlntr Clrenimalanee Tenderfoot Did you folk lynch the who stole the automobie here last weekS Cactus Charley Nope We Intend to tut an mvMtis Un committee made slmi aperimenti an corcudtd that tbe ty cobul stoled the thief instead of the ftie Tttlnwaay with it ua1tlmoreAmer f j t1 Net That Klud Angry Politician Look here Ive a Dort mind to have you anrated for libel tt hat do you mean by picturing me as you have youII loot like a man who like to took like him uIU3dodem Society Year Storekeeper Can Sell Yon himrtoneryatate Orlce1 thought you were never oiog walking with that Snigl Neilaws nt but Ive got a beautiful new cloak sod IJust had togo walking Syracuse Herald 0ConlumptlonJobn K Uoyer Trinity Springs lad Fel- Id IvUO sir From the looks not the lips is the lOut retlectedMDonald dark TUB MAHKGTS ClnclnnaU Dee 10 1TTLE Common 42 30 u 3 50 Kxtra butchers 4 05 n 4 75 CATVES Extm S 6 75 HOGS Choice packers 4 00 4 85 Mixed packers 4 75 jjS 4 11- 0ShIEEPExtra 3 76 LJUI11SKtrn TO 5 25 FLOUU Spring pat 3 00 r 4 30 WHEAT NO s red crij 7oy- COltN No 3 mixed3DOATS No 2 mixed nu 23y- eRYENo2 II 0- 4IIAYBeat timothyfl 14 75 POUK Family nil2 60 LAUD Strain si o O- SUUriKU S APPLES POTATOES Choice Ch Ch l1nlrylala 3 15D 00 27 15 TOUACCO New 8 05 n 0 05 Old 1200 u14 75 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 05 1 3 8- 0WIIEATao a red 71 V4 i 74 No3 sprblga QW COItNo2 16 OATS No 2 fa 211 It YEu 40 fn 60 POUK MCBS 11 CO 1111 Gla LAUD Steam 7 17 t 7 20 New York FLOUU Win patent 3 CO 3 00- WHEATNO 2 red L 78 COltN No 9 mixed 464 OATS No 2 mixed l1ljKYJJ POltKFamlly LAUD Steam fl 15 lO ggMIAr llaltliiiorc WHEAT No 2 red 71 + n 717e Soutliern e 03 r 72j- COHN No 2 mlxetl 43 Q 43p OATS No 2 mixed Z7ytfi 28 CATTLE Hutchers 4 00 g 5 15 HOGS Western 6 40 5 60 Louisville FLOUH Win patent 4 4 70- 1V111CATNo 2 red 73 COltN Mixed 41 251OATSMixede 25 POUK Mess 12 00 IwXUD Steam 7 00 IndlnnaKolls WHEAT No 2 red 734 COUN No 2 mixed 3- 0QAlSNo 2 mixed 23 eJ + L L THE USUAL RESULT Dog Fights In KentiicUr IJoNotTer mlnnte tvllk the Vlilpiilnn of a Iloir The colonel and list talking under a ihade tree in front of the town streetwhen a dog fight started down the incideoLIWashington Post Come outI 1 laldlII I sprang up theQoloaelaaheWay Hut I want to are the dog light I pro trafficett I reckon you do but you also want to keep clear of till shoota shootinglirkaaeand the owner of the licked dog aint goinl to let it rest that way There they got Ten ont to find ne man iFntQeoatlheground with two bul its in him and some people carrying away a second with half a dozen Dog fights are bewtlful affairs said the colonel a we walked away together but the lait way to der one In lienlucky to wait till its all over and the dead carried off e0eii Bxcuralon Sleepers Vii M K A T Ily WetkJy Excur + ion See rlue St loull eveOluelIII grits and San Francisco Vetkly Excursion Sleeper leave Kansas City via the 11 K d T lly every Saturday AngelesyFranciscoIn Society hasbpriceDetroitroo-The first Irmrtiullnn for Chill rat Fever tauhottlo of Guavas TUTtII I- Ir HILL Toxic It a aiUlIIhtnan1CHlnlu 1 usielojslorm ire 11 iray trtecjf In One IAlwI petIShe lsa i Strictly speaking of course a man cant Le ready to die for two different girls with out ending a double MtDetrolt na1 itWHY MRS PINKHAM Is Able to Help Sick Women When Doctors Fall now gladly would mea fly to wo mans aid did they but understand a woman feelings trials sensibilities peculiar organic disturbances 111and things are known only to women sad the std a man would give jj1a not at his command To treat a case properly It is neces nary to know all about it and full information many times cannot bo given by a woman to her family phy eklao IIuI tell everything and tho physician Id at a constant dlsadrantagc This isr why for the past twcntyflro years thousands of women bavo been con ftdinp their troubles to Mrs PlnUhain and whoso advice has brought happi BCSS and health to countless women Iin the United States Mrs Chappell of Grant Park Ill whose portrait we publish advises al suffering women to seek Mrs rink hams advice and use Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound as they I cared her of inflammation of the ovaries and womb she therefore speaks from I knowledge and her experience oyrt1 It to give others confidence Mrs lnlc I hams address h Lynn Mass and h I advice ia absolutely free I I SWOLLEN FEETI I and hands usually indicate an ad vanced stage of Kidney disorder It Is one of tho last special pleadings of nay turn to seek a remedy Look out also for backache scalding urine dizziness headache and brick dust or other sedi ment In urine which has been allowed to stand Heed these warnings before U ia too late afOKitoffS KIDNEDIDS are guaranteed under oath to bo tho best remedy in exUtanco for Brwhts KidneyTroubleaay case Kidneoids will not cure 01110 KKXTUCKY INDIANA ANn VHtOlNiAsepia1 I nrllliic thin plrai tadoM alamptil sddrtaadrehire It vel3w0ambierltMIVrnon0au 0I Krinajfklntnon Hawjtr Jitckpon i t nru11 Ind II Clatk Main Hu North tblumblCttyindlnd ndtni I ajnOO Hluuuiihlin HuniBrrBuCh rllooWVa d WTbarloII1J urUtlIoWbwallnlfWV pIUsbutcents a box at drug stores JOHN MORHOW toospsiaaFlslsi 1oII1 MRS BREWER RECOMMENDS PERUNA FOR GRIP AND FEMALE CATARRH I The Jlero of Mrs Lizzie M Brewer at Westerly It It 1 In a letter to Dr Hartman concerning the merits of len na Mrs Brewer writes among other thingsWosterlylL I Dear Dr Hartman I find 1eruna a lure cure for all catarrhal affections 10 common In this part of tbe country It cures a cold at once There 1210 cough medicine that can at all equal Pcruna As for la grippe ii other that canneedy at all compare with I am among the tick a great deal In our city and have supplied many invalids with Peruna simply because I am enthusiastic In my faith as to itt results I have never known it to fail to quicKiy and p4imv tntly remove that demoralized state of the buy man system which follows la grippe In all cases of extreme weakness 1 use Peruna with perfect confidence ofa good result In rases of weakness peculiar to my sex I am sure that no other remedy car lip FOR of the Chok St +aM la the Citk or Amontillado TBe AnattonMS foqnd lu a Hotti Too Start e Hue Van wit Sleepy IteTll and Torn Wetse frTlle Ab001- I Tn atom Uentlrnian I WEII8TEK Adam and i tt HA Birthmark ibin Braiidee Vakertela Dronaea Wooden UnetlTke Great blono ace CbamDiOe j I Bp emLettes Lln t Bpeech H F AJfKII Rich j I ards Almanao elecied CAKITIr K iTLlfe of i Tbe rncli ItnoluUon i ten sod ti p cae utocS and T HUtorT J liaKIJ The Two i rbe 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principal Texas points are attached IthadaI j ItripL19111LYArsylkTeu Cmu2TrJUJTtIL rt1P1tI3TlANhptetas t RATT L rltU0Wt 4 L Untl L R ltwWHtC Tess E W UBEAUME 0 P and T A Sf Logic Mo I ii I l ObythlI WhIskey EICIObbilaliats Cures relapses from other treatment endorsed by business finis of National Reputation Writ I I for coaTincIng evidence THE PAQUIN IMMUNE 9O Dcpt 28 ft lowf MJcivLIV1 r J llook of tntlroonUI and 1O d U atmea tree 11 Dr U UUKCEM1I auii Moil AUMiaUa r A N KB 1848 WHEN WHITING TO AHVZgZTIi Utt pleat state that ou MW the AdvtiftUv aieat la tola paper tii I S IMall l r1 7w uL1j k- C L S I9fU i f1 t W 1 j 4 THE HICKMAN COURIERI GEORGE WARREN i HIOKMAN KY II IIFRIDAY J DEC191- ANNOUNCEMENTS 000 COUNTY SUM OF COMMON SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce Mr EM MBIT W KOACH as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton count subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 0 1001 We are authorized to announce hi DORA MEACIIAM SMITH as n CAndidat- for the office of Superintendent Common Schools of Fulton countoft subject to tho action of the Democra- is primary April 0 1001 I FOR SHERIFF I We are authorized to announce Mr A NATLOR as a candidate for SheriVn I netroI1 Cth 1901 We are authorized to announce GEORa- CARPaxTStt t as a candidate for the of lice of Sheriff of Fulton Goaaty sub ject to tho Democratic primary elec ton to be held April 6th 1001 4 Wo are authorized to announce Mr F TOBK WRIGHT a candidate for the office of Sheriffcjf Fulton county tioI FOR COUNTY CLERK j i We are authorized to aaaoance S D LuTKt as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Olerk subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April 6th 1001 We are aathozized to aaaoaace Mr Lon BurORDU acaadidato for the the office of County Ooart Clerk subject an to the action of the Democratic prf t to be hold April 6 1901ca1I Imartauthorized to aaaouace ARCH i JI E BRBVARD as candidate for the of flee of Ooaatr Court Clerk subject to can the Democratic primary to be held lApril6 1001J l COUNTY JUDGE cido jJ are r We are authorized to announce HIRAM that KEABBY as a candidate for County I TOT J Jndga of Fnlton county anbect to the tho Democrattc pnmary of April 6 1901 stock coat We are authorized to aaaoance J FedMAHBSE as a candidate for Jadge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held get 4 Ajril 6 l00JploFOR AS6BSaO8 We are authorized to announce Taos B LAKMOM as a candidate for the of lee olTax Assessor subject to Dem sis oeratlc primary to be held April 6In1901y the e r We are authorized to announce LtrrKBKselp WATSON as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo of cratto primary to be held April C 1901 iCoRUMJ Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratlQ primary to be held April 015101 go woald We are authorized to announce B A allow DaowDB as a candidate for the office say of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held shall is April 6 1901 andFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MR Jo her NOOHON as a candidate for re election wish to the office of Jailer of FalLon cons in ty subject to the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for the of tho lice of Jailer of Fulton County 8abwh lect to the action of the Democratic They r primary to be held Aprll61001trol 1Fenoctnmr ATTOJfEYIfI from We are authorized to announce MrIf right HSNRT F REHLKT as a candidate a for the office of County Attorney sub obey J ject to the Democratic primary to be they held 0190L and W J THOMAS j Mr W J Thomas is announced as a candidate for Jailer He Ira clever in dustrious honorable and deserving cit Emlienf tt good and faithful officerII 0200000 FOR LEVEE The Government engineer in charge and tho Mississippi River CommUion spent i have reeommende a Government appro priation of 800000 to aid in building t the Hickman and Tiptonville Levee and we now understand that the Rivera and Harbors Committee will recommend the jjappropriation and incorporate it In the =1 regular River and Harbor bill This la f considered almost na equivalent to its jsag by Congress Itlis not expected V hoWcycr that the bill will be regularly acted on until after the recess Thist rt amount from tqe Government guaran C k ateesthe building of the levee in 1901 r 7f i I We have never seen an official state Poeeil LeveeiI Proqv but It is thought to be about 800000 The certainty of tho Levee makes a 1 p railroad from Hickman to Tiptonville a certainty o- j OANT ADD FIGURESj The Insurance Held a publication devoted to the Insurance business gives t Judge Anderson of Graves county our To ryT present Insurance Commissioner a e MjrJsoand roast as to his incapacity to add wi figures Judge Anderson ij a well known li1It I It r 11 1 FORCHRISTMASrI J GENTLEMENS i1Lxc1 1 In the Clothing Department at AMBERS I I I s esIseess S politician an all round clever man and Insurance Field may be doing him injustice but wo print an extract boo Judge Anderson IB well knows la- these parts Tho error charged is simply incapacity to add figares which if true bo easily corrected Here is aa extract from the Fields article givendisagreewhich is correct or whether any correct The probability fa of course the whole thing Is a bungle of er1 S in simple addition Tho results In- State so far as they relate to the companies doing nearly 100 per of the business kayo been announc months ago by the insurance news departmenthUbcenany accuracy out of figures so aim that school boys should be able to Handle them with ease o TWAIN A BOXER Some months ago we copied a synop of a recent address by Mark Twain which he avowed his sympathy with Boxen in China aria declared him a Boxer Here is a still better story what he said If I were in China I woald be a Box Why should China not bo free foreigners who are only making on her soil Ifthey would all homo what a pleasant place China be for the Chinese We do not Chinamen to come here and Ito all seriousness that It would be a graceful thing to Ilet China decide who go there- China serer wanted foreigners anymore than foreigners want Chinamen on this qaestion I aa with the patrioL does the countries of other people I him success The Boxer believes driving us out of Ills country I am drivlaghimForeigner aro in China in violation of Golden Rule and of the comity hoald oust between nations pester tho Chinese and bring upon their home governments we have a right to exclude Chinese this country they have the same to exclude Americans from theirs we make the few Chinamen here our laws and let our folks alone have the same right to make Americans in China obey their laws let the Chinese alone o PROF EMMETT W ROACH linent Edacator Uallant Democrat Popular UeHtlcman In the taco for School Superintendent From Clinton DemocratJ Prof Emmett W poach of Fulton Saturday and Sunday visiting friends in this city The editor of tits Democrat has known Mr Roach lulu mutely for years He is a strong Democrat and a forcible and convincing speaker He did much effective cam NECKWEAR S MUFFLERS Handkerchiefsi SUSPENDERS c M e UMBRELLAS J TO HAVE GOOD TEETH it is essential that you take good taro youneverOar careful examinations and wojk mark our professional services ait d NotingfcChargesf nm MCFALL DISMUKES t JI fpalgn speaking for tho Democracy of the First Congressional District of Km tucky in 1890 and ho rendered hU party many services in the State tight list year and also in the National and State fight just ended Besides being a gifted speaker Mr nbleSt10uniBathors part of Mr Roachs tuna and energies are devoted to educational work and It is a well known fact that ho line few equals in this lino of work In Western Kentucky His schools havo been re markably successful and ho has douo much to incite tho young to tho acquire meat of education Several of his for I I I teacbeiJholding ers are some of the Lest educated youths of our country Mr Roach LJ now a candidate fo- rionty Superintendent of Public la action of Fulton county and being energetic young and popular ho will be a formidable opponent for any otboc person who may aspho to the same of fico If Mr Roach U elected tho Democrat predicts that our sister county Fulton will have one of the best Superintend eats In the State and that tho schools of Fulton county will be raised to a higher standard of excellency Prof Roach is a member of the county examining board and Iran the en dorsement of Mr McChesncy State Superintendent of Public Instruction and other prominent educators qsa competent and able teacher YFJoo Welch and San Ford of Fulton were hero Monday UntoaCity OUR STORE IS PHE LAcETo got CHRISTMAS PRERENT8 at ROOK BOTTOM PRICES fa Toys Books Holiday Novelties Fireworks Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware etc etc HURRY HURRY HURRY I get the good things we aro selling cheap Wo nro the p3oplo for low priceyII WI SONS BOOR STORE IIi r 11 IIj 1 1 LOOKING FOR j HOLIDAY GOODS want Something Cheap and Useful I If so dont fall to see SOHLENKER for bus I Solid Gold Jewelry Rings r lam t111J W etch Clocks Sterling Silver Novel IM Toilet Sotst Real Ebony Brushed etc etc r r T r 11w a r f1 Stove Boards Stove Pipes ij HEUTING STOVES Jt Just received a large supply of Heat ing Stoves coal and Wood Call and see them I bIt I 111 j i WILSON HEATER Will burn anything that looks like wood No smoke no ashes less wood and more heat than any other stove madeI IIrr Come and see then i if ifLP V4 S ELLISON tt- II j Coal Vases Coal Scuttles I LIf f= I X1 T L Il= I = I rt rl 11 rn LOCAL NEWS Ii INTEREST TO ALLJ1111OFII I IIHdt Soda at CaWgills Attorney Henry Remedy visited m i Martin Sunday i Buck is the truth ul jeweler Sam Crosaland of Mayfield was dot- sIIyerayierrtocal n option cae r OTKi g fphono U Unclo Jacks tern nice tender roam or fitcak deliver ed in ample time for dinner Mr C W Wilson of Mayfleld in the city this week on legal badrn JDBTTccth without plates MoFAtt JlIUlnus Mr Richard Shuck a venerable citi zen of Eminence Ky has been visiting relatives In this county V3avo time troublo and mono T Rnd secure tho best goods obtainable b buying your Chmtmns presents at WUJO s BOOK STORK Mr and Mrs S D Lutcn accompani ed br Miss Virginia Luau rctnrnedI Sunday from a visit to Fulton Miss Fannie Hamilton who has Ifee residing with Mrs E Case has returned to her homo at Samburg Teuu- T Tho flnoit lino of Patent Leather Shove over shown in the city at SHAWS Eugene Blakeinoro who has boon otherwise engaged for sometime 1has returned to JII Pollocks Livery stable where ho will be pleased to nut 11 friends tFAn elegant line of HBO holiday good lamps quccnsware glassware etc at lowest prices consistent wit good values at Rogers St Thrclkelds- Mm U T Davis entertained a party of young people Tuesday evening in honor of her cousin Muss Magglo King of Sturgls Ky- Romeiribortho Episcopal Bazaar to day nt Schlenkers Jowelry Btoro Tho embroidery club composed of 18 lady member tho elite of Hickmau so ciety will entertain an Immediate circleJ of Invjted fricsds at Mrs Will Bait zern ou the evening of Dec 28th SJP Wo have just returned from marii kot buying a largo line of Buggies andI Harness now OB hand BOHIO bestgrudoofof our Buggies that wo will give you a bargain in to make room for new lOCkB E KEETKS Co A social entertainment was enjoyedI by quite a number of youag folkat at the resilience pf Mr J E Fuqaa last Friday night They all report a good time In tho prizo contest Herman Baltzcr tpofc the float prize and Joe Amberg carII sled off the booby ftySorcn cars of corn and one laneuII tablcspoonful of International Stock I Food will keep your hoaso in butte t condition than ten oars of corn without IL The Quail Supper Thursday Doe C j was ono of the most enjoyable social a fte jt fairs of the season Until 10 p nj th party played cards at the home of the i Missed Parts wllen they repaired to the Caruthers pare where m elegant sapper I was served Covers werevWd fo the following Mich Marl BrevardR T Tyler Mb Joie Paulks Tom Oardnor i Miss Light Farte Leonard Simmons Miss Mabel Goalder Al Paris 1 IAlas Des Ca Percy Jones MissI Llghtner St LouhiJno Dillon Miss Bessie Herriu Nick Holcombe Miss May Paris Dr Jar Disiaakesl jw et lu t y =I Notice to the Farmers It is oar pBTHOofi to buy com agate this season in JHckmaa paying nt ai I dunes the highest cask market price Wo hare arranged with Mr W M Shaw to buy for tee and he will uw our new 1latestimproved Fairbanks scale andI will have kU onca at tho scales We will bo remembered M having kept tip prices on corn at Hickmnn the past twoI seasons Thanking ron for past patronage and soliciting a continuance of same we are- loROix Very truly HAKDT U iix Co Union City Term INTERNATIONAL w orriSTOCK FOOD 3 FEEDS FOR 1 CENT Tine is a practical and very impor toot matter to every stockman or any hogsYas health and vigorous o questiontlog money with your lien Block If tho animal is ran down or tho digestion b6 cones weak then ono third to one filth annpasses through the animal UBdl and worse than wasted It iis not wha- an animal cats but what lIs thoroughly digested that results in vigorous 1life and increased fles- h1fl1erfltioll81 stool Fools Is a perfectly sate food for horses cattle anytlmohas a superior vegetable medication STACKhThree Feeds For One Cent Sold by J A MCCLURE 010 Troy Ave Hlckman Ky Orders will receive prompt attention at M B Shaws Sons Department Store JMTUEWAKK I L1t1EWARE I WHITE CAPS NO NO I BLACK OATS White caps No no I Six of the blackest black caps yon ever saw Alas alas I They wero all girls but I mpst plead for tho fair OUCH Truly it must have peen men in the disguise Sue picion has been nrouswl and condemna lion Js prevalent So ninny window puns broken door bells disarmed and arms presented Bat oh Shaw older friends t Be more Len lenfatd and in time you May prove the Fared for in this life friend mast abide by friend So Sweet Marie be not afraid to ven tare yoar call again no arrest mull be synoprsis of this cue caR write to the Doctor J in care of tho pntoitlce Hoping thlaII may cause you all to reach a Goalder am sincerely YOUR FRIKHD t Tho Hlckman B L meets on next Thursday the 20th I If OIr JI i I COUGH M= MEDICINES I CURD1 t 1c y 1 IJiLl I I 8 Cllllji TONIC v r ALL KINDS AT Cowgill l Cowgillg- DUUG STORE COAL f COALl IPittsburs and Eureka Order accompunltd with Cask will kit K tfif i attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL QRADK8 OF STEAM COALS Alez A Faris t Son DR S K DAVIDSON I DentJs1HIOKMAN KKNTDOKY I Ogee ever Oawxtll k Oewgilli rI 11rni Uteri v EXPENSIVE LODGINGS t The payment from171t to tlW a J- I day for rooms exclssive of meals in INcw York hotel la by no weans un t common There are people livingin the tyforUnions royal suite 1500 a day hu beta paW ua several tOM for short pe fttMLI A wetBMt who tied aiHiogayJy11 i i flafl k looking Central Park that price did i not Include meals aad as she was a liberal entertainer the aggregate of her hotel bills mutt hue been very largo A CORRECTION- By aa overnight on tho part of tho compositor tti our Jut Nsuu a number of names were left off the list of those attending the danco given In honor of Misses Lightaor King and Herring lady visitor at tho Laclcdn dMoody presentt WnnlILateR Mary Anderson Jim DUmukes MaybelloOoalder I It I KingBeaChesterIlondurantleroyJonetMignonette Llghtnor 0 II Travis Mabel Preach Kcaaolh Anderson lad fDIJlo Caw StagsItoh Tyler Leon ard Simmons Ktb SemeN wGoalderu WANTS PURE WHISKEYP1 P TemperanceUnion I cate ia the coantry except the church Tho following news item shows what a npvcl plan forthe accomplishment of tho end sought has been adopted by tho the organization m this The national state in IndlaaaII Washington D 0 to create a now de o partment to enforce and maintain the purity of liquor and petition eougrww to pass a law that only pure whiskeys be sold at saloons instead of adulterated liquor W O T U women say that a barrel of whiskey coats f100 and when adulterated brings 91000 By the enactment of such a law tho W 0r U concludes that the profits would be re duced and saloons would be forced to quit basinsfAMONG the tens of thousands who have used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for colds and lagrippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a i single ease has resulted in pneumonia AyeObIOKO retailthis says We recommend Chamber loins Cough Remedy for la grippe la promptanl1 F teracts any tendency of la grippe to re suit in pneumonia For sale by Cow MShawState i t i q 1t i w f rY Housekeepers elps for CHRISTMAS n STEPHENS AND SlijITEf f j Y Gifts that give service that give lasting pleasure and brighten iomes t These II arc tho sort of Xmaa presents suggested by us thisi ffck L Chiffoniers at 2000 and 1C5W c- i Our exhibit at these figures are tvobcuutIful sanlpIes Ofl1gfgra e cabin9t k workinanshipshaped fronts hand carved ornamentationPian6 polish finish f in solid oak tipjr Small size big qalue in sideboards is in this showing Other rices in quar v tel sawed oak piano polished that would please the most fa tidious dining room furnisher rrBookr Case and Desk 2050 Real Mahogany The exquJsite tivorkmanshi rich elegance and usefulness of this home beau I 7 tIller would be the admiration of your friends I SiiCluldLsj IJiist like mammaeevery kind 1 qy 10 y x Ro 3kers and Dining ChairsMi t J i 4 1 With ncv fancy embossed cobblers seat Youll want them If you see them F S Bennett Patent Roller Scatv Kockers in Oak or Mano anyPiano PolisnNewcst fad in jQhgjrs Willow Rockers 4 l 1B1 Centre Tables lMDining Chairs l Lounges Couches EnaMeled Beds Enameled Folding Iron Bfp Hull Trees Open every nightS Jtt STEPHENS snvnirrscTHE HOME FURNISHERS FRIENDSJr F4 t f1Jfl d7f fJo If f c KING IS MAKING IT WARM t FOR COBTITOBS1 OJ 1 CAN YOU MATCH THESE OFFERS LSgWf s r I4- I 1850 Bed Couch cut to V v wi a si5 QQ6 ff 1500 jed Lounges cut tot v J oo liW r r 1100 Bed Lounges cut tof 875 1250 Couches cut to oo 975 Couches cut as lows asooOO oo- 1QQj y== A FULL LINE OF MATTRESSES i Combination All Cottons and Hair Mattresses at prices toy S r suit your pocketbook JtiJ 1 J SEE MY FINE LINE OF BED ROOM SUITSr rA Nice Suit cut from 1350 to1i00J k 2750 Mahogany Suits cut to 24O J 4 6500 Quartered Oak Suit cut to SQOfr Vk 7500 Quartered Oak Suit cut toL 57QQ Ft Kings 700 Extension Dining Table cant be touched by comps ti tors A full line of Rockers and Diners at reduced prices f O1on 0 1- 1EL King Home=Furnisher I I 4 iV trI Y c J Lrr Y rr FOR THE BEST CROCRIESI IN 4 H i h p Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers ThrolkeldTT- PTODATB CROCIZY t STANDClinton 1 j FRESH MEATS LEDFOBD BAHDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware I Hay Oats Bran Lime and e aentV t+ NVe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery sad no t o pains will be spared to pleaso our customers j Our motto0 is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Tolphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered QWPUI FourFallinarJw to indicate contents receive it it if it Is not satisfac 1wry return it nt mYdlxponsol1ud 1 will 9300 Tula In a most liberal ami I orders R WEB TEK 4 v l EXILEi f Every year a largo niimber of suffer I ors whoso lanRs nrefioro racked coughs arc urged to co to anotherwithII 1 mate But thU is costly and f DrjlisI j I Infallible medicine for oold I und all Throat nnd lung douses ou j earth Tho first dose brings relief Astounding curoi result from penLstout use Trial bottles free at UowKill d Cowirlirs Price Qo and 100 Evtiry bottle guaranteed I i naFresh Oysicni tihrOyir on hind nt Carutsf Stctbpa A ymtbis fhtt Rock tn I- IPrN4 i OyAtera nh1Ytl on l111m1ut CaratheraOni Givers and Foot Fitters is the doaiRnaUou for a Shoo that will vivo pleasure to its wearer Thero is harder BorvicQ rc tuircd from n pair of shun than from any other nrticlo of wearing iipparol That is why shoes should bo of good quality You will find tho best Hiies of MciTs Boys nnd Youths Shoos ut AMBERQS that overcame to this town Pricesranbo 1 00 to to 00 rjaPor your Ohrwtuias EQaNOU ordorsomo of that Old Uold Whisky from W H WObstor Union City roan SKverythinR m Purnlturo at low ost priced nt Stephens t Smiths i j Alnrgoassortmoptof WinterBug ut K E ItBBVHS k They give u Bnrg tin in Bomothing good m lint + jQrllot ClaraUonillon at CowglUfl CCall on Stephens tSmith Open night TIIK court of appeals will adjourn for full Deo- 33Farm for Sale Containing 110x acres nil cleared and under fence Situated ou public road in Mud Creek neighborhoodl and known as tho R W Easley firm Good house orchard nUll stock raugo For terms o apply to l Mot RL1taPSnMo eowKy oM 1 1Thenest Iiftstcr A plcco of flannel duuipouod with Ohauiberlaluu Pain Balm and bound to tho affected parts Is superior to plaster When troubled with lame back or pains iu thu side or sanest givo moroIsale yQf an ATiaw State Lino Goods Telephone Delivered 74 Freell TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in thi- slinei of business at Union City TennV 1 nd carry at all times L large andwell assorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey is well as all other oods in that line and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER OFFERD WhlseyforWhoa you aad test refund yoa otter await your W 6 and from firgy Hobos Co8 will you that every tho torn any J fELI ItKEVJEN A Good Man Dead IMr Eli Reeves one of tho oldest and most respected citizens of the county CayceMonuaywas 70 years old born in Now Jereey and moved to this county in IEOO In early manhood ho joined the Methodist church and through tut his long Ufo was over known us an upright blo moral christina man Wo hODOtaII stand that ho never awbro an oath in his life nnd all his charactorhitica werett on this high grade Always quiet nn obtrusive oven tampered he never in tcrfored with theI tights privileges or business of otherj and becnuso of thin fknowtjitible noblo Christian wife and four honored pono Andy Ell Ed and Jets UCOVCH to mourn his last How io Care Croup Mr R Uray who lives near Armenia Duchess county N Y says Chaw bcrlaiti a Cough lleincdy In the best I medicine I have over used It is a Ana childrens remedy for croup and never I fails to euro when given as soon M tho child becomes hoarse or oven after the croupy cough has developed it wilt tprevent tho attack This should be CoughRemedyuse UB soon as symptoms appear For sale by Cowgill Cowgill HIckman and A M Shaw Stato Lino 1 l STEWARDS MEETING Tho following wero elected steward for tho M E church for tho ensuing year nnd are requested to meet at the church Sunday owning at 230 II C Beckman F T Randle J T Stephens J A Stublw H M Kearby John Nelson A II Loot Dr J M Hub bard R M Molhony R B Brevard J A ThornpsonJ C Cheek J E Fuia 9tiaglj JUST RECEIVED p A nico lot of Tailormade Drees Shiite und Walking Skirts the nicest ever f brought to liickiuan and prices are cutflower than over sold in the market Call and see thorn 2t H 0 AMBBRO FA DEEP MYSTERY B iItSleeplessness Melancholy FalnUngandt t Dizzy SpelH when thousands have prov ed that Elcctrlo Bitter will sure such troubles suffered for years with kidV u nay trouble write Mrs Phoebe Cher loy of Peterson IJanda lame baek pained mo eo I could not dress myselfVbut Eloetrid Bitters wholly cured me and although 73 years old I am able to do my own houiwwork It overcomea constlaaUou improves appetite Rives aCowgills 1 0 W a k KvW T1 I = e r ==2 wi lJ h = lb fTj o1 a Jo L I f ttcrr Uf = = rrL F 1 NilThe Hickman Courier1G- EORG1 WARIEX rab1laher ttlCKMAN 1nlv IDEEMBER19OO lt I S lMMlTNi WttlTavJ M I 1 4 I 1 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 t fitf 9ro 11 2345- UJ7 18 19202J 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 i 3O fIMJr1I 31 t IIC JCURRENT TOPICS Chinese soldiers live on rice and cabbage The average number of trees jxir acre in a pine forest is 70 1 Xenrly 30000 worth of articles oreI pawned in London weekly I A single oyster will produce 1000 GOO young ones in a season The medltserviec of the United States is to be reorganized At Lewisburg Tenn Will Holdea broke his neck chasing a hog The United States produces S220 pouml of grain for each inhabitant England 360 poundsaIn 1S03 Germany dug 00000 tons of coal She raised the same amount every day during 1899cI The breadeating world requires 4 more than 2306000000 bushels ofawheat every 12 months Chamois leather is not nor never 1 was the hide of the chamois but the flesh Ide of sheepskins I ITobaccoseeds are so minute that u thimbleful will furnish enough plantu 4 1 for an acre of ground i Within the last five years 480006 stands of rifles have been exported il from Germany to China I German gas companies pay 13 a S ton for Australian coal and from 585 to 032 for English coal t The Vermont legislature Is trying both to remove the state capital and JItoabolish capital punishmentp A dlvMen of the wheat crop in Ellis 1 1county Kansas would not give each I resident more than 1333 bushels A Chinaman places his surname first then his titles if he has any t end lastly his Christian name There are some little girls cape o daily who do understand the valuet rk of education and they study hard 4 4 i Tlje constant labor fourpersons for an entire year is required to pro duce a cashmere shawl of the best qnallttThere has been one Dutch one En gUsh one Swiss and one Portuguese i pepe Twe hundred and one haver been Italian Mr and Mrs A A Woolard ofaParkcrsburg W Va are the proud parents of t1x children born to them within three years Several railroads centering in Duluth arid having lands for settlement have organized a movement to estab lish colonies on these lands Sugar Is made not only from sugar cane and beet but from sorghum a sort of maIze from the sugar maple jwiJmm the date palm The rush of immigrants are greater just now than at any time since 3802 over 450000 having been regis tered already this year in New York In France there are now sixtyelghtSlyceums and colleges for 1presinus to 1S80 with the exeep tion of private schools there wera s no institutions for higher education for girls- Mlss Ella Ewing the Missouri gi ntes8 was baptized at her home near hlU1berin a chair Then he ducked her head under the water- sAt the present time the United States has under construction 12 bat tIe ships 0 armored cruisers 0 pro tected torero boat destroyers flitorpedo boats 7 submarine gunboat and 1 lake gunboat Judge Kohlsaat of the United States circuit court at Chicago enterSed u decree awarding 6204 to Wilcllam Strlchtcaoth of Cincinnati 0 a money lost In speculation on the Cliiscago board of tra4tI Hltumlnnus coal costs 20 a ton in Mexico but SO00 worth of It was hipped Into the I II tel republic from i tills country last September bringing U tlipthe total for the first nine months of 1000 to the value of 1500000 Headache almost always yields to the simultaneous application of hot water to the feet and sack of thet rLeck A towel folded dipped in hot water wrung out quickly and applied N over the stomach act like magic In 1 eases of colln i Thirty years ago there were only bout twentyfive explosive com I pounds known Now there are more 1 Jthan 1100- Seventeenq per cnt ol the popula t Lion of Michigan is enrolled in thebi fiundayxchools Tht average for j atates and territories of the union a I U only 10 per cent i f Horseshoes weighing an ounce each aad jut a trifle larger than a silver dollar were turned out in a Califor t ala shop recently They were iaa4s 11 for M Shetland pony six months old r avid small for JU aietr f I jr II 1 ii- L H ITHE NATIONS CAPITAL eattaaUl Ode Taltloa of Its Estab lishtMat ia Washington L Model iiI 1rIa ut an Ku 1rc4 tu tl Isui im Will HElIT Cut HlnK kaIti1pis aI Mabi- VahIngton IKx 11 Goxrnors states and other high otHclalu ore arriving here to attend the centen nial celebration on Wednesday Among those who have arrived so tar are love Shaw of Iowa Scho held of Wisconsin and Barnes of Oklahoma The celebration of the centenary of the mtnblWmient of the national capital here will be upemMl nt 10 oclock Wednesday morningwlun President McKInley will rwwlvn the governors of the tinted and territories Subsequent to this Col T A lllnghom will unveil a model and drawlngof an enlarged executive mansion District Commissioner McFarland will deliver nn address on the dis tricts development and lov Shaw will discourse on the development of the state In the afternoon the president will proceed to the reviewing stand at the capitol He will be escorted by the governors of the states and territories with their staffs large de tachments of the army navy and DIn rine corps national guards of the va rious states and District of Colum naval militia veterans of wars nti distinguished civilians Ku will review this parade tmd then with members of11w diplomatic corps supreme court governors dm Dewey Gen Miles and the sen tom mid representatives will repair to the house of representative whore addresses will be made by Kepresentatlves Payne and Richard son Senators McComas Hoar and Ifciniel Hie celebration will tcrmi iiate with n reception to the governors of the atates and territories at 0 oclock that night CARGO OF CORPSES Trnn iiort Hancock Arrives From Manila With the Drad Hadlra of 1MM Sailor anti Soldier San Francisco Dec 11The trims ort Hancock arrived Monday from Manila via Nagasaki with the bodies Of about 1500 sailors and foldiera who either died in battle or sue cumbed to the ravages of disease in the Philippines China Guam and Honolulu This Iis the largest number of bodies horse since the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican war The han- cock will probnbyrenutin iiiiiuaraB tlne a few days The bodies will be conveyed to the Presidio and placed in the buildings pending interment or shipment to the homes of the relatives Time Hancock was 23 days in making the un from Manila and was 17 days Incoming from Nagasaki the last port t which she touched She brought 52 cabin passengers 500 in the steer oge and there were 11 deaths on the voyage to add to the cargo of dead carried from the Philippines ACUTE HEART AFFECTION 9lr far L McLean Mother of John It McLean Expires at Her howe In WaaBlngtoB D C Washington Dec 10Mrs Mary L McLean mother of John R McLean Ojf time Cincinnati Enquirer died here nt her residence at 130 oclock Sun ay morning of acute heart affection he had been III since Friday last and from the first qttack her life wakde palred of At the bedside of Mrs McLean when daughtersMrsof Hr Adm Ludlow her son John 11 McLean and Adm Dewey Mrs McLean was a native of Kentucky but previous to coming to Washington several years ago lLJie most of her life In Cincinnati She was the wldow of the late Waidi ington McLean proprietor of the Cia cimuiti Enquirer Mrs McLean was n her 72d year Law Deelarpd Uneonitlfutlonnl Knoxville Tenn Dec 1 1Jndge need of the Knox county circuit Monday decided that the untl cigarette law passed by the Tennes ee legislature in 1809 was unconsti uiona1 and void Judge Snceds holding is based upon the point that the bill recorded in Nashville docs HpeakerIIlly Httttle In Prngrei venlngStnndard eveningtbatlull forces under Geu Knox and the lloera under Gen DeWet In going on Klvr Million ot Capital ItuJ nOW Coiuumer Flour Milling Coo be incorporated for 5000000 Time In to have a capacity of 35000 arrels of flour a day and Is seeking cite in Duluth win Teat the Low ior4Anlericunp here to test the untlcJgarettrjlaw of nOTjcottage of cljraretleji1 and was arrested 4 1 T rp SUPPRESSION OF VI F- Xcireentntlre of Chnrettrl Have I llrolrrd to Unite In aCI ip Knlnl Civic Inuiiornllc Chicago Dec 11 Itcprcfe tsitw of nearly every church denon nitlou in uucago have resolved to i Jill in n crtisado ngalnst civic jmm orallty and tithe an nctivo part in t it sup pression of vice anti time main jnance of law mind onler In Chicago This course was decided o i Mon day nt the regular weekly we ting of the Methodist ministers mid i r nt o joint meeting at which act il oth er denominations were rcpr itcd It WOK resolved to appoint a mniit tee of laymen to see that all J u for the suppression of vice ere e ferced and that the downtown h flUent resort whose licenses were fntly revoked be kept permanently tOiled- os places dangcrou to the MIC tl wel fare of the community AMERICANS BONO OMrrr of ne Unltrd SlntrJ Dottle Ship Kentucky Dlnetl HyjOir Sultnn of Turkey I Constantinople Dee 11A Jmner was given at the Ylliliz paIn Mon day night in honor of the oft rA of the United States battle ehi Ken tucky now at Smyrna pre us to which the United States iiarge daffaires Lloyd C Grinoom ntro mood the oSUccrw to the suits i The grand vizier and other dip tsarieiI were present at the dinner subse quently Mr Grlecom and Cap Colby M Chester wcr received in prl te au ilicnce by the sultan who at man I received the other olllccra i rd1 ncr dressed to them a few rjcious words IN PORTO RICO FBtaMIhmrnt of nn AurlrlllnrulI Kiirrliurnt Station on llbe Inland Urged In a Hrpek Washington Dec 11 The president Monday transmitted to c ngresa extended reports on the ogrl dturnlI resources of Porto Illco with specIalI reference to the cutabllshmen there of an agricultural cxperllne it eta Lion Prof Knapp who o iuctedI the inquiry for the agriculti nlI department urges that hmnedi f at tention be given to pronlOti the production of larger and beth crops of coffee sugar and tobacco aid ofr food product a for home cc sump tion Later he advises taking 9 hor ticulture forestry onImal I liuatry anti dairying FATAL QUARREL Wm Cddens Killed anti Dil John William Mertallr Won tided Near Center 1IIII Alaj IJlrminghhm Ala Dec liWU lIrmEdtlcl1waA killed and flj1uI i AVlllIama fatally wounded hijPtgM between the two near Ceufcr Hill Ala Williams says Eddcns approach ed him on the highway end hot him with a pistol lie then grabbed the pistol and in wrenching it from Ed dens hand it was accidentally till charged Time bullet lodged in Ed dens body and he fell in the road dead Williams wounded on he was I rode horseback two miles tp tola home Time men were old friends arid the cause of the difficulty Ila not known STUCK TO HIS POST ISniclneer llanielman VoundejF taUT Sat In III Cb the Train Golntr at a Illsb Speed Springfield III Dee IJFatally lngineehfanzelmnan yule St Louis railroad wt IB his cab with the train speeding along a t a rate of so millS an hour Jle was running time passenger train At Gen tryville Inch he entered time cab and complained of n sharp pain IB hI side Nothing was known of tim e wound until Hanzelman was lifted1 unconscious from the engine atBelle lferel1lorproefatalLUcnm Hrmuin in Wnnhlmrtiin Washington nee 11The remain of 01thII iicimTaiin sylanlnMonday and were escorted by a troop of the 3th StJahnst I ompanleel IGnMrTlseumt The1 re mains will be Interred In lfngto n honorliTuesdnyIV American Sleet Unit I n Vorivar Christiana Dec nThe srjegl- qn government has awardcdftm en tire contract for teelrull1l1ilor tIm c state railways this yeur HSOO tonsI to the nrylmdt year Willi awarded to thefejJnltcJ1 cacimakJj1lintU The German Squadron Lnurvlg Norway Dec IK The yPrlncohere Fram Laurvlg It will gt6 to Kle nod later to Holland wlnrtlrlnct henry will attend time wiiidlng oiJ Queen WllhehnlnnjAgreement With Contractor Chicago Dec h1Tlic Steam flUi lent union Monday night decided tc wItJlllrtV morn the lJlllldlnllt Tradei C Thcbamsc nlgn a three years eel 1 tlemint Oirectucut with thefcSntrfl tore l J7 If fn 4 I THE SANTA FE STRIKE Why the Telegraph Operaters oa That System Quit Work A Statement five Out Uy Mr lId pbln the Irealdent of the Order itt Itnllruntl TeleKrapherv Hxtcnt of the Mtrlke Houston Tex Dec l1JJ1e fol lowing Htatctnent was given out Monday night by President Dolphin of Ithe Order of Railroad Telegraphers iOne reason why the men on the Atohlson Topeka Santa Fe Were ready and even anxious to eImtmse- the cause of their brethren on time Gulf line wits a deception practiced on the telegraphers committee byI Vice PrraWent iJarr In Chicago tout June An agreement hitch been effected between the railroad company I and the committee ami time latter sent home nUb till promise that tile Agreement would bo sent to Topeka for printing When published the I schedule had been changed to read so as to add one hour to the time of every night telegrapher on the road Mr IJarr said to Mr Dolphin that he had made the alteration after the committee had left Chicago slating as on excuse that he had mlRundcr stood the article as It won originally written The Gulf committee complain of having received similar treatment at I the hands of Mr Burr several rule tearing evidence of material change of meaning after hnvhig been gone over In conference at ChIcago- A J late report from points along the line says that notwithstanding the statements glen out by the railroad omcIalH there now cxNU a badly congested state of affairs At Wolf City there air 50 ears o merchnn i tllse for movement and nut a train to pick them up At Ladonla there are 7u cars and 1000 hairs of cotton on the platform with on much more offered for shipment At other points on the Dallas branch and through time Indian Territory n situ liar condition exists Other organizations are offering UK aid and a general tieup wilt probably result if our differences are not speedily settled Fruit and pasen bRdl1drlnYtd regardlessemployedintheir Aid will be guaranteed the same I protection as offered our members and will be returned to their posl lions without prejudice or not n man engaged in this strike will return to work Loutftvllle Dec UTlleo Xema ycr of the tekgraph drpartment or the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fei telegraphoperators I bytrikens I trikensA SNAKE CHARMER DarIn an Kihlbltlon He Wa Bitten liT a huge Haltleauake and Illed Ibn Next Diy Ft Valley Oa Dec tl Edward Swanson Hammond Ind odvcrUted exMbltlnghcrlrattler with 17 rattles anti died Sun day Time snake had been recently reo reived from Florida and Its fangs were thought to have been taken out Uy public subscription dconlRii won secured and Swansons body was burled here Monday hits mother Mrs Nellie Swanson lives at Ham1 month Ind Inlil Off Inilrflnllrly Gainesville Tex Dec lJAII men employed here on thK repair trncktl and in the gravel pit oft Santa Fe railroad have been laid olr indefinites Jy Over 300 men have been thrown out of employment on ncount of the closing down of the shops nt this place Similar nation line been taken along the line north of here and see tlon hands and trackmen from hereto Purcell are out of employment 114aslngIthrough here- Ruision Murderer Arrested Wllkesbarre Pa Dec 11 Stanley Ikrfoftlewlcz was arrested at Ply mouth Monday night by a United States marshal charged with the murder of n Rnnslan official of high standing Bartpslewlcr disappeared from KtiBsU over a year ago and the HussIolT authorities have been took Ing for him ever since He will betaken back to Jits natlvb country ns soon as the necessary papers can III procured Armed VprMng In Mexico Oaaaca Mex Dec 11An armed uprising Hgalnst the existing atat government of Yucatan took place a few days ago at Solferino that state Tho malcontents were quickly quelled and about 0of the leaden were arrested and have been taken to Me rJdla for trial They will probably alJ Ve shot- Consideration of the Army Bill Washington Dec 1tflle senate committee on military attaint Mon tiny began consideration of time army bill as it came from the house of representatives Oen Mlle was pres cat and addressed tee commIttee on the bill pointing out changes which in his opinion nhould be made KxConcrrcismnn Deed Huntington W Va Dec 11 Caph Euaface Gibson former con resiinan and a confederate yeteran died at CllftoB Forge boapitai Won clay morning 1j4 t I 1f II PWuttr tel 1tet I1KtfrMPfritli MCB M a healthyI nature lhe WCCCM of a t dfakealNiIIf StORladlalttert lorilne Plain Urldeace JhIcebt shall we name the baby Husband I have decided to late that fII ttr dearJohn dtlnklsc agala Ir 1Mt 00tint fur the Bowel Ne matter what ails you headache to a yourltewelj rare you without a gripe or pam produce taty natural movements eoit you Jet HI rent to start getting your health back Catcareti Candy Cathartic the ctnuine put jp in metal bon every tablet liat C C U Hamped on it IIcWne of imitation 00gardenflayidi tlnltNOKricabr it bard to define precliely But tbueIatrktlybnlosbrseIucL 1Irl Wunder We never hear of AlII women train robber ilr WuodtrAnd yet the ladies are always holding up trains Baltimore American rT-e Care a Cold la One Dar Aldruggists1f4 SitterIaionJ Ally Sleptr lIslesIfoneyPikta Toothache Drop Cure in one minute Time true uw of ipetch II not ao much to expreaa our wanta aa to conceal them Qoldimith IvfluB FAD LCM Dna do not spot dyedappearance I No mart ib treat whose alms are smalL Ram hum Alt the Kentucky belle chew KUmeGuta They like it ckeaptamlJellreoa Druertif- I I I oldfrhioneci t II elljrcon there ia nothing to do but dissolve ItyI package today at your grocers The fla raspberrycorejelikaI i IICJaIItdPpar Atdrsslvbmall on utpt of vrt 0 roD nd Bl0- wuuABa uu Cu 21psCLIPSLANIjOCo Tied Up 1 0 0 a WIIcaIheIWmC1CfcaIdIIWnSsdlied a t caslostaCS Ca SorenessC G a sod C 0C Stiffoess iC D o from cold or ovtreitrclw It- t C- p rii tii a nkoit time attic a- a C Ii OilC t 0 a CC 0a ItappHrd Thteure U prompt and IUtt a S 0 ooooaooGocioawLDEI 1 U rmil worth of W I Doairf 550 and Aft thoes mjarl- wth other leak Ita 0500 to SLbu- Onr40411 EI1tU- Ornot be riult4 n1 any price OrJeWIt ilk4 wmr I W he SanrWi malt tel uwns 04 MM tltof Ia tlH worW We nik Iand mit wore KUM ahoM thoR aJUMT Iwo wwiBhirtiiwr the 4 REST 350SHOE I 5 1 MM In U L lit w 1- tbnz1i Si t Im-oa IIWWTWj trtwr MiMISS ft tM I 1M alxn 5 pl M4 w kih IkU tM vnn SHK I ar CTHMEZ Mr4M4n tkMuyl I I i nk C pwtuhs wtIJa I S4 poe Laae4 e- H n 6MIoyII f9I Shi S 7s SulS dst 5 IMm7isdi wewi t5 ii S tm- eti mtM at l mrHk 03 wMtit pkt na is lMtwill rwk M ItIo TSiipCopIIC EehIr tEr IICE 1M4tthin rPILE KST3N THEAsAscWLIL1u4imdtbfli5MIm frnW4lH llAIESIS rI8l- IrI 1 IOStl 5- IVcvstb iilso2-nv tr ip s44frs- ANAKEMTrtS DIIIIdUIC 5 Jura FIHTAOKLI pvT yuI- cb I11sIi 11fOAtLL A p atwisi Is to filL MiNISTERSAVEDev J tritloR by Pr rus Ntrviira IIwIi aid IrYNIdy REV nzirar ZJIKSFORO Rev Ue Langfonii the eml Bapthat divine of Weton W Va La Jst e CAped utter Mn0UI aM physical prostration He S pastor of fovr cHrcheiL I Pea ten years If he aaId I have been nervous and growing worse all tlMM yean During the JMt- ireuror live ymnI I beeme so en1MIII coUld scarcely sign my name no it could be read 1 was en UIIutI could ROt read my own wnnutee alia thoy hAd been laU PiWa awhileI mybookmyhandssystem WM wrecked I reliefIr- YH take two bottle of Dr Ortiene NNYUr bood and nm nemey and It you 7 it- 4ostbeipvun rOIl aeed imotnicyforit M I took two boWel of thIs medicine and found ao much relief that I bought two tsar Nernra100IIofFor myself I am thankful to God that I towed Dr Ore Nervura blood and nerve roatdy and for what It bu doM for m- eoa ncatc s omit OF FREE AD VIDE Dr O esiNeryuras Hscoverer will live his coaaael free ta M whe write 0 call upe Mia at fctaefflce 35 WM 14th Street New York CIty Hie dvtcckI teem his great skill aad experience and wlH Bhortea the read ta bloW Tkoiuii4i eUMna writs to W eetatly De aitflit e- isWt the right a vkff M yen are Ht 4 I e u W1 J 4111i6 o r ji t1IIloII 1 p 4 1 l I I C i I r- T t 1 I- f i The Important Dates of the Nineteenth Century in the United StatesCompiled by WRIGHT A PATTER8ON CofO I JJt XaHo Co I IHfll Teh ItThorn Jeffenon elected reM4 tat In liT vote or tho hot M veibtCUolectoralvote and be tllIg vice preMdtnt Jun 10 Tripoli de dare war against United Rules Dc 7Pre ldn t Jefferson InfttNru rated eyitem of seeding writtenmessage to ron gress Sine t bli data no prtildrnt bee addraid con p r t ILD4 cre orIIT rbhti The cond ten nil waf tkln In IAoo but lh total ot the enumeratlwk was jnot announced until ItOL It was U3 lfWS March ItLaw paid et blUhlng mil itary nrsiitmr at Writ Point Ham law reduced standlpc army to one regiment InrntrANti pall 4 tprtlIIbrary of congress tst catalogued mpMaa dir 1IHMI Frb ItOhio admitted to thsntonAApril OFrrrttory of MuIiIant VurCtiI frm Irno br mouj Territory con slati of UI33i squaTs mllu U 4 VlImpschm nt trial of Samuel Chi aMOcUtr Juiitlc of the supreme court bn lie was nequlllcd In March 1KA May iAwle and Clark expedition started coutJuwith Aaron Hurt at Weehawken on the1I11d1lAlQ onIUtunilnJttofl OrorgtCHRton betweenTripoliJun jSTerrltory of Michigan formed from Indiana 1MK Marsh Caitiff authorised the but A ins of MAiMnitl road from I rlnrTttrade union In I the United fltntra1- HWT JoVir nrlthhIAmerlcaatllAfb lt8uefut voyage of Robert FulI 1a itsmit Clflnoat from New toMbnr1eu orblddlnlAmtR tottlaaJI HIM Jan ofveI Witt Ijit ukurmted3Itcsj 10itAT i4JjVehlrIoniZlp I 1 inlTnhItdflJilThIrdPulationiUIIKll tiIOfftINI wilonJuI41udJIIIW armyrTAug IS Fort Dearborn msssscr on prn oNpyapparanoConlCruJII BlbrldgeUerryAuc 3l lndlans msssaerrd nartlaon and CIirpLsquadron at rutlnlUy Like Erie IMM Aprtl UThe embargo act rtptilrd by Clnltre iiI4ejd1 dtAC fl itliattlinoreI I mart theater In October of the same year dtrrydied10DcbetweenoreUhentIielgtunx t I NIK atNswFtb 1SUl 8 declared war against JUgler1 5 bitwcenUnited1NIH April 10tnlted Stales rconar1agciPItat I April 27 First pro tecllvit tariffI bill congressJulvr thlekformdI vanla Ncw Vork Encln4lIalnI Otc ItIndiana adI milted to the union Dec American colI ocletyIowt pran Princetonl N nI Iar Aurusi nMDlad This society found UCUSIUiIlth stat o of 9gru In Af rIca Its object being to establish a hone Lot free American negroes 1HIT JanThe Untied Slate bank began oper ationMarch 4Jamrs Monroe and Daniel D Tomnjtlnii Inaugurated Dec lGMhsslalippI admitted to the unlor IL IhtH March ItFirst general pension bill toy revolutionary war veterans passed congreal- April UIr1I14nt approved act establish InK flair nf United mates at IZ stnlieN alldI a atar or each state Dec 3Illlnols admitted to the union DUDJFeb 25Spaln ceded Florid to Unite State tot consideration or 3GUOOO May 21 First ocean steamship the Saver nah left tfavannah Qa for Liverpool I J Trip tompleted In 31 days June li Malno separated from Masla chusetts by Mas achuSita lgttatur Anr 23Com 0 II Perry died at Trinidad West Indies Deg 14 Alabama admitted to the union lHwi March ISMrxIna admitted to the unlem Sept 2D nlel Uoon died 1 Cbarrettei Mo aged Si- 18U1 March 5Jamt Monroe and Da flit I DI Tompkins Inaugurated president and vie president fortocond term J Aug iGMiuri admitted to the union 1818 May 4PresUknt Monroe vete d pproprl lion but providing for government im provcmenton the Cumberland road and emb14111I1ruurlatloii far Internal Improvement I Th prllctlea I chuged Ihe Ctlc or Iho I aovernment regarding Internal Improve ments sasiytluc as regard rivera aa- l 4 1NM- Dee Proctamatlon by President Mon IkeAiaerlcansidered as subjects for colonization by conatituteathe1821 March UCeoventlon signed between supprcssinnAilek KOen Lafayette hinted In New AmericaNovOfpopularrId 166321 Andrew Jackson 15JW9 ITO7n recelvedtnaoritylion devolved upon house of representa vicepreidentiflM Feb sHouse of representatives voted I neeidnt each atate having one ye John Quincy Adam receIved II Andni 4Junelu fayettnOctfrom Buffalo I Albany 1RM May 14 American Horn Missionary iI10 YorkJuly Quln cy Usa and Thomas Jefferson lionII cello Va rUteS Bepu 13Wiiiarn M rgn abducted from totheforhorta 1T-Vlrst railroad In the United State began QuintMU y operated by hors power iww1 tllahduUpprovedIcllonAndrewr arid 171 electoral votes John Qulncy Ad ama received IZUI popular and H elIelocal votes IffiM MaTCh t William T Barry appointed s muter general In Jackson cabinet l re vlous to IM time the postmaster peneral lbIntlAug 3FIrst railway locomotive operated la America started at HoneedAt PaI- W34I IPfeehInubliuIndedoetUneMay A oreOhio8 Antlmasonlo party held the first UnitedState1H3I Jan 15 South Carolina railroad flrst pas UnitedHtaiea diedInJuly M Flrt successful reaper Invention of Cyrus II Mccormick tested at steell i11 Tavern V- Chiorofora discovered by UwueJ Quthi rMstcbc tutee I Z March Black Hawk war benJun 22Klrst des from cholera In the Inltrd States curred at flu York July II Source MlssUslpnl discov med by Henry R Bchoolrraft July UTartll meas urea ot 1121 par rrpealedNov presidential cli tlon Andrew Jac k- Inn received 867 602 nionutar and TIS raJ electoral voteiaMcvultiiGoat1Kg henry Clay UO Sir MtajNov 14Charle Cr- i ofIndepndnut Nov I Convention at Columbus A C adopted reotutlon declaring tariff act null and voidSMarch ItSouth Carolina repeated uulllflI e ctlon tsolution lconyntlonSept 20Presldont Jackson directed r moval nf I10000oei ot government fund I IntnkaNoy l laNorthDee American AntiSlavery society or ganlzed Philadelphia iPiNI June llnclla territory etabllllhd y act of congrts Dec President In annual message an nallon1IIIIL JINftff Dec 1C1I Business portion of New York I detroed 1 ItfecI I betrnThomabuiltnnlSprIngAldiwifl M A IndllpenbceMllrchtonlo Tex by MexIcan under SanLuA Anna o May 14 Mexico acknowledged Indep dence of Texas aO unionJunei at ndNoalpeiler with1fl6felectieblarlini against 73 electoral votes for his neare it liarniroTotalpresident chosen because of lack of maINov Jorlty of electoral Votes Senate chou rRichard18BT Jan C Michigan admitted to the uflionhMay 10AII bank In New York city sus I Inanelal18S18 May 1GBank In New York resumed speclo payment 1HTO Oct I0Unllvtl Btataa bank sUapeniej causing nnanclal panic 1H4II an 19Ileut Wilkes discovered Antarctic continentJune census taken Population 17 0f08 Gil electionWilliamtoral undl27S017 opular Votes and Mar tin Van Bur n Welectbral and 11SJ70B popular votoB- 1H41 April 4 President Harrison died aged M April B Vice President Tyler tOQk oath ofr ufflc us president July Act to distribute money from Inlet JlaliudJuledged by Turkey 18414JaexpedltlonAug MKnd er Indian war In Florida pro Aue claimed l8Allburtofl eatYfttllntr Maid JaR boundary dIspute between United SUitor Jaanuilnndr8Sfedl OCIISFlrrt submarine cable lAid by lrot JaR JaMorseI84i Jan 11Francls 8 Kty author of Stir FSpangled Iiaaasr died at Baltimore c4 a t Feb JRQrwl c mH seen at seon t y AMericaJwae lMIlultd 1844 May X First telegram cent over a landI lIne from Washington to Haltlmare June 27Jo unit HIram Smith Mormons a murdered by mob at Nauvoo Ilfi tweeRUnI signedNoveltetlenJa1MM4 popular votei Henry Clay re calved tfc electoral and I257o M pepuU Vote IfMS lyfollowingRtlon1lHtlenMarch i at I rents for MO silica or under and 14 distanceMarch the Union JackiedieagrdlSIs IItale1H48 April SlIIoetilltle between MesJoo and Unllp 41ita 5 wan by capture of small force of U 8 troop by Hex cansMay U President Polk announced that state of war existed between United Statue and Mexico June 11Treatsi- gned y with Great Mrl tain ett ling tile the Oregon boundI any disputeI July C Com John D alA II a Y u u n v MonlerdarountryflnnexedtowI racefulDoc 2Iowa admitted to the uaten 1847 Feb 2223Battle of Buena Vista fought 20000 Mexican defeated by 80W Aroerl canJul 2I8 U Lake City founded by thII Mormons byAmericanDuring the year tho cylinder printing Ptrll wu Invented by Richard M Hoe 1848 J mCatI WaraILrbUniteStateId II Hidalgo United States ptild Mexico CaliforniaFrbAdamdiedMay Wisconsin admitted to the union Nov 78lxte nlh presidential election Zachary Taylor received IC3 electoral votes and Lewis Cans of Kentucky 127 electoral votes l itIlnItIn1MB cruledItJune I5KxPre Menl James K Folk died at Nashvlll Tenn aged M IHAfI SoltuccupancylcnedJun taken population 23191170 Washington unionBfPtgreat 1831 March 3Ltter postage reduced to 3 cent for distances of 3000 miles and Ie If prrpald i cents It not and double rate for longer dIstances April 23 Trtltl of electric locomotive built ppropntlonspeed of 13 mIles per hour fromNwsINa June 2M Clay tied at WaKln t n 75Nov presidential election elcototalr electoral votes 13wflrtll4enlJUlnldr4I ofUI tlharbra Cunubte congressCuba Alkwcd bir A KinclIteSCTDecpurchaof I I prthehMaxIcobyratlway 1WM diplomatictreaty1 t ay KanaasNebrsska bill plllfd b P compromiss1 I MIllS childrenotgranted by act of congress ept ISDr Kane and his companions arctic explorer rescued by Lieut Hart DlicoQrrenlind lf18IJan Proilavery legislature In KansasI Proclamatlonstats government an act of rebellionNo 4Elght mlii presidential election I electoral anelMillardII mskinnsleetiran Known as the Bessemer process lMlT XUIdllperaltMarch IVret Scott case decided againstplaintiff by United States supreme courtept 11 Mountain Meadow massacre per Thlrtrtan and Mormons 185H unionugtten used In Boston I ug SIInst Atlantic cable compllld greatestbrIlliancy Francisco houra iNSn ocoupldi I r1tOct 28John Brown goveramentIWhlnglon Irvlnj dIed at Tarrytown N Y agtttt4 CharlestonW1 MOO ey It Abraham Lincoln Dominated for president on fourth ChicagoJUneEIghthi nauslion JIUUIflow Nineteenth I1 presidential dectlon hId Abraham Lincoln received IIndJ36votes John C Breckenrldre 71 electoral and S 7 VOIIiJohn I 557SicEIIAS ITuwr end Stephen A oanJuirellIeIJI4 Douglas 12 dee Julie t IBS toral and 137J167 Popular voice Dec 4 President Buchanan In annual meDsage to conness said southern states hadno legal right to secede and government no power to prevent secession pec South Carolina seceded UIJn f Steamer 8tnr of ibo West with IreduponFMorrisM10Floddan 11 Alabama seceded 4 13 Georgia seceded admitted JJl1tJUInlfOU1erA1a J5CattI q IF 9J fTer on Davis chosen preliII ConfederacyApril ItUflVlrlnlaAPrilI I secededApril blockade of southern Porte eceddiJUFlC eTennesse seceded battleirUunNov d41lItIeilI IFTreat1862 speciepaynnent byGenF toOen IIIInmpteDKN andMerrimaflewOrleans lallIhedMay 5 Iiomestead act approved by the pre4dent Jun IJHUvery forever prohibited IB the urrKorlM fightingArmyr frombeforeJuly IPruldnt abpmyed act for buIld tnt railroad and telegraph line from Mis oceanJuly Van Buren 80Augset IIlements of Minnesota lbPotomacSept J17 Confederates detested sit An VirginiaIhDee 31West Virginia admitted to the union 10 date from June 20 1K3- 1KS3 proclmmalions They numbered about 3120000 Feb S5 Ntional currency secured by U forMay died Wound ed May 2 at Chancellorsvlll July JZ4fonrederale army numbering Ifederal0OrantI July 2S fUmuel Houston Texas here 70Beptwrit of habeas corpus CCHIrrdlrAleI Nov 23242 Federal army under Get OrchardImountain J1I64 Muck IJGen Grant placed In command ot the federal I I I I I I I armiesMay F e d e r a I army numbering 1S0080 men crossed the Rapldan to at tack Lee May 6 Struggle be tween federal and confederate armies In the Wilderness and at SpottsylI vania began In these battles the federal army lost 40000 men Ma 17Pot l PTA5A1Wi I ions Feb II IM DI4 May 19 Nalhanlel pril I IIGI hawthorne d I II d at llrmoutb Nnaged DO June td1 cruller Kearsars cap tured confederate cruiser Alabama off FranceJuly the maximum 2a r crnU rpt S ktknU captured by den 8era OiNfVAda admitted to the union by proclamation of puntNov Twentieth presidential election Llnoolnind Johnson carried 22 states Me Clellsn and PendUton 3 U not voting Nov 14 Sherman1 march to the ica be pn Dea 218vannah captured by Gen She C man IfiM Feb len Lee placed In command of all confederate forces byIcongress March is Confederate congress adjourned sine die April PLee surrendered to Grant at Ap- pom hex April 14 President Lincoln shot by J Wilkes Booth In Ford I theater ItiEton Vaa1a April 15Prcsldent Lincoln died at m Vice President Johnson took oath of office a president same day April IS Military Order of the Loyal LeIgion formed April 3frJ Wilkes Booth shot In barn near Bcrllnc Green VIM 10 Jefferson Davis captured by men hers of Fourth Michigan cavalry at- Irwtnsvllle Go toughFederalsPalo Pinto Tex The total number ot enlistments In the federal service were 2S132 total number ot engagements fought between the two armies 2C1 In the federal army the total loss by death wa 27973 the confederate government dayMay proolamtlonMay 2238 Grand review of federal armies at Washington Dc lHabca corpus restored In northern state by proclamation conaUtutlon1 I tales 18M6 olofanIud April tClvll rights bill passed over the president S veto PtPointJuly 24 Tennessee readmitted to the union iNflT unionMarcht passed ovsr president veto ballJune ltUIIllExtentlil1808 I toImpeach DecorationdayMay 26Prtsldcnt Johnson acquitted of Im peachment charge BuchanandiedPaJuneunionJunttAlabama4 to the union Ututloni Nov Twcntyfirt presidential election 30t5anvoteDccconceJndIncontederto iMm May 10Union Pacific railroad opened for trafllc July ISoldle natlonnl monument at Qettyibur dedicated Sept 2I1 lack Friday Culmination of financial panic In New York Gold quoted nt 142H Oct 1FxPfes1dentFranklin PJeree died at ConcoM N H aged 86 Nov 21 American Woman 0II oclntlon formed at Cleveland righttoI Dec 21Edwln M Stanton died at WashI I I nclon nc4 i 1870 I an IVirginia readmitted to the union I Feb VConirei authorized the ectabllrh ment or the weather bureau I ob 23MI slss4ppl readmitted to the union I arch 3GTrxu readmitted to the union I rll 9 American AntiSlavery society I alter exist nee ot 37 years dissolved I I March 30 Fifteenth amendment to con tltutton dcClreil adopted I I PopulationWCSI371 I unionlyt I I Iflc j cuINc oth III J 10 t CItedI1 ISDeeEplacopalcb1HT1 Jan 16Sunreme court decided legal tender act of 1MJ constitutional March 3Act establishing Centennial ex position at Philadelphia passed by conI jcrtssiilarchFlrst I apoJlGlntedInChlcegoJI 1872 March Strike for an 4hour day In volving lOOKiumen n De g an In iieiYork It iaate three month an resulted successI fully for the link ersSept 14 Geneva tri bunal United State 5 116600000 from Great Britain Nov Twentyec ond presidential election Grant re ceived 286 electoral and 367970 popu Jar votes Remain den of electors votes dlyl4ed S hnt J OrlaOclBrown A Hendrlck 42 Charles J Jenkins 2 David Davis 1 Combined popular yote of Greely and Brown was 83t07 Nov aHorace Greeley died at Pleasant DecIlVj NEdYwlnBForrVst a tragedian died aF Philadelphia aged 88 1873 Feb 7Tade dollar ordered and silver conarelleFeb 27Oake Ames Jime5 Urook of N Y censured oy congrelIi MoblllritMay l000CentMay 7Chlef Justice Salmon P Chase died at New York aged 55 Sept 50Panlc on New York stock ex 1changSep t III- I lov l Wllllam H Tweed convicted IIn New York sentenced to 12 years In lii penitentiary 1HT4 March 3Pre ldenf salary flied at JM006 March 8ExPresldent Mlllard Flllmor died at Buffalo N Y aged 74 JulyOctara hopper Infest Western and Northwestern states IAug ZiItev Henry Ward Beecher ac quitted of chug preferred against him bv jheodore Tllton by a committee of hiIs ch cli Oct 6Llneoln monument at Sprlngfleld Ill dedicated Nov ItNational Womans Christian Tern perance union organized at Cleveland O 187Si exposed Low to government In revenue stamps Jltsoooa JulyAlexander Graham Bell coiutructed 1IphonJul died near Jonesborough Term aged 87 NoV 22Vlce President Henry Wilson died at Washington aged I1858 May 19Centennlal exposition opened at Philadelphia by Pies Grant and Don Pedro II of Braxll June 25Ge George A Custer and 271 men massacred by Indians under SIt ting Bull near Little Big Horn river Montana Aug 1W W Belknap secretary of war acquitted of Impeachment charges Aug 1Colorado admitted to the union Nov 7Twentythlrd presidential election Hayes received IK electoral and 40332K popular votes Tllden 1S4 electoral and 42St26S popular Votes 1877 Tan 17 Joint congressional committee agreed upon a plan for counting electoral vote Electoral commission appointed by this commission awarded 3 disputed votes from Florida to republicans Feb V vote of Louisiana to repub lican Feb 16 vote of Oregon to republican Feb 23 vote of South Carolina to republican Feb 27 July 16General railroad strike began In Pennsylvania against reduction of wages It lasted three month spreai throughout the eastern and states and resulted centreI the men AUK IiRatclllt of Mars discovered b r Prof Hall ot Washington Aug S3 BrUhnm Young died In Salt Lake City aged 76 1M8 Feb 2SBland silver bill passed over the presidents veto June 12 William Cullen Bryant died la New York aged 81 July 1015 Yellow fever epidemic began at New Orleans Dec 17 1old down to par In New York first time since Jan 13 ISO 187P Jan 1 Specie payment returned by theI government Feb 15 Act permitting women to pike tice before the supreme court passed July t Yacht Jeanotte sailed from San Francisco on voyage of arctic explora tlonIRHOMay 31 League of American Wheelmen NewportJune n Population 6t57Nov 2 Twpnty fourth presidential elec lion Garfield received 214 electoral and 4 4jtJZl popular vote Hancock 155 elec toral and 44I78S8 oopiJar votes 1881 June 21 Secretary of State Blame notifiedi Amijican ministers at European courts that any attempt to guarantee neutrality of Panama canal would be considered un calledfor Interference July 2 President Garfield shot by Out teat In Baltimore and Potomac depotI at Wallhlnclon Sept 19 President Garfield died at El beron N J at 1035 Po m iSoMarch 24Henry W Longfellow died atI Cambridge Mass aged 75 March 25Edmunds law excluding big amists and polygamlst from holdingr omce passedIApril 27 I Concord MA s aged 79 May IJLlexft Lockwood and Sergt Bralnard of Greeley expedition reached S3 degree 23 minutes 8 seconds 1881 May 24 New York and Brooklyn bridge opened June 14 Verdlct returned of not guIlty In StarRoute case July 195lrlke of telegraph operators boo gan at Pittsburgh Pa and spread throughout the country It Involved 67000 men who asked for 15 per cent In creane of wages Lasted 30 days and was successful Sept 9Northern Pacific railroad finished 1884 May S7Flrm of Grant A Ward and Marine bank failed In New York May 14Flnanctal crisis occurred In New York Nov Twentyfifth presidential election Clevelbnd received 219 electoral and 4 J 911017 popular votes Plain 184 electoral and 4SI8334 popular votes 1N85 Feb Washington JIstI sawJulyFeb CS Contract la passedMarch Arttlur Approved act appropriating 1890000 for new hips for U S navy This was the beginning of nAVYSept Inc railway line In America from Hal timore to Hamp An CA 011 nopenedGinujoBAnTen George Inrti U McClelln diedurn SMB1 at Orange N J I aired f9 Nov 25VicePresldtnt Thomas A Hen drlcks died at Indianapolis Ind aged 66- 1HNU March CICnlght ot Labor struck on southwestern railroads May 4Anatchlst riot and Haymarket massacre took place Jn Chicago Aug SlCharleton a Cand other south earthquakeSent tiered to Gen Mile at Skeleton canyon ArlaoMOct blMitrou gale nlonjr Texas c aat destroyed 250 live and left 2000 pOIle homeless Oct sLlberty statue In New York bar bor unv 111 I ArJhliridldatWlshlncton1S87 Jan upprovedI VetoedMarchmission appointed t YorkbrokersZlutbiiltles1MiM 5 WaltdiedAug fiQen Philip h Sheridan died at 4 7Sept ofIfapprovedNov tleelleais388 5441popularsad 5435511 popular vote I8853 iFeb Department ot agriculture created JColeman ItFebcampatsyFeb 22Dakota territory divided YorkagedsettlementandMay 31Dlsastrous flood at Johnstown to Pa propertyamountOct JpAnAmerican congress organizedIn Washington admittedtounionNov admitted to the union unloDlcprerldent1890 Jan 1Horatlo enRlnerVApril introducedlaRh04June Eleventh senaus taken population E2C22tdJuly unionJulyunionJuly purchase of 4roo 000 ounces of silver per month and for Icolnalre ustilcongressOctapprovedOctMor- mon Dee 29Battle with the Indians atWound ed Knee S D 1S8I Jan 17Georg Banereft historian died at Washington aged H diedat77FebAtNew71March approvedMarch a Gen Joseph K Johnston died at Washington aged 84 Aug 12 James Russell Lowell died atCambridge Mass aged 72 1MBIt resignedJulN Y aged 73 atlIampton electlon and t SCS33 popular votes Harrison 1M YotesWeavervotes 18BB Jan IlGen Benjamin atVashlnton75 QCjuristdied OLJanOBatWashington 63 Feb Gen P T GBeauregarddled at New Orleans aged 76 Feb 22 Inmau line steamers City of New York and City of Paris trans I l V nrn nltleaAUWAL ptwLT 180m in eetpIIrt- p 1j0 1111 r e BIPJ Mar3 Act to corn couplerandApril 12 American Railway union organ ized at Chicago expositionopenedAug 16 Behrlng sea court of arbitration seadeniedMexIco livesOctexposltloadOId53400 Nov IAct repealing silver purchase la approved 1801 March sJ 8 Coxeys army of the com fotWashingtonworkersthroulrhoutlion of wages It Involved nearly 200004 men and was partially successful at the end of two months June 26 Sympathetic strike ordered on all ItailwayunionmonthsJuneflnlMondayOct 7Ollver Wendell homes died at Dos ton aged U INns May 20Supreme court decided Income tsIIunconstitutionalMay State Walter 68OctStory American 1 sculptor and author died In Italy ae1II15 Dec 36New tariff bill passed 1WMU March Cuban insurgents recognized an t oihouse ttoI putsJuly Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe died aged 14 Aug 17 Gold discovered In Yukon district McCormackNov eiec Ssti William McKlnley reeled 7107K24 popular and 271 electoral voiW VllIlam Jennings Bryan 6511073 popular and 171 electoral votes 180T- J n 11 Arbitration treaty between United States and England signed pedJunI signed at Washington Islands formally annexed Ju1y7 18ns Feb 15Battleshlp Maine destroyed In Ha vana harbor by explosion 366 officers and men killed April to Spanish minister Polo de Bernade passportApril left Madrid beqanApril iIMay I Spanlsh squadron destroyed at Ma nna by American squadron under Com none Dewey Spanish loss 400 American loss I trooplandedJune 3Ladrone Islands seized by U Sship Charleston July 12 Battles of El Caney El1 Paso and toSantiagoJuly 3Spanish squadron destroyed off Santiago Spanish loss 600 killed Iprisoners byAgutnaldoJuly 17 Santiago surrendered to Americanarmy 1 July siUen Miles landed In Porto Rico q with American army July SS Spain sued for peace l Aug 12 Peaco protocol signed 11 Aug UCItr ct Manila captures by Ames leans 1800I I Jan 1 Island of Cuba transferred to Unit SpainJan between United States 77Stanch l went captured by American troops under Ceo MacArthur t Iiec II MaJ Gen Henry W Lawton killed i In Philippines 1000 JuneTwelfth census taken population 711296220 I Sept 8Qatvestont Tex practically de stroyed by West Indian nurrlcane louts 80COSeptIn Pennsylvania began Nov Twentyninth presidential elea lon William McKinley received 1ft oltntonal votes and William J Bryan U4 1 t r s k r ar r = t JiiY ttfi r iiYRi0rk e re i fl 1 Building r t tMateri l tf tt- ii j ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM ff- II 0 BER t 1 Doors and Windows Shingles Svc CementFI Paints Oils etc ESTDUTESI11 j CHEERFULLY FURNISHED r J FEED STUFFS fri Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc I II r If L P WS Elliso- nWANTED 1000000 Wagon Spokes paiI Wagon Spokes delivered on our yard J inchesJi inches l Length of Hind Spokes 30 inches 1300 per thousand for fronts 81500 i per thousand for hinds- IIICIMAN WAGON COIDec 4thiBOO Hickinan Ky i i I WIRE rtjluljla i American Wire Fencing from 25c r to 40 cents perrod in different lengths at SHAWS It 1 1ILocal and PersonalI Mr Stove Star has bought the A A Faris Son livery stable Cut prices on everythine btII DuCks I Herron ii Blytho have moved their saw mill from Reelfoot to near Bayou da Chien abovoHickman Cat prices on Spectacles at Bucks I therMississippi at Uairo 83000000 stock 4 has been subscribed but the company must await incorporation by conrgess J8Hot Vlgoral ntCowgillstt Dr Antone Witting of near EvmsI villa Ind has been visting his ratherj t seriouslyIll 4 vlMakoyour selection now of the beautiful gift Books shown atr1 Wiusoxft BOOK StORE Dr A S Dabney will preach next Sunday 4 t at tho Christian church Services begin at 1045 Everybody cordially 4 iavitedBSu1 will for 2 weeks clean your 4 watch for 50c and guarantee it in order to get my old customers back Over 20 years experience R W BUCK I I Mrs J D Price left Wcdnesday for Union City to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Hattie Halo to Mr Polk Armstrong of Nashvile Tenn which eventjoccurred Wednesday evening ll Hot Chocolate at Cowgills Tko case against certain young men charged with disturbing worship at th Holiness Church before Jndgo Kearbyo Tuesday was dismissed because of de fective warrant and will oo referred to next greed jury- DFresh groceriesthe good kind at Rogers tit Threlkolds Free and prompt delivery Phono 74 The Hickman Wagon Coll A Tyler d Coy is to make each head of a family in their employ a present of a Christmas turkey 05 in number an ex pression for faithful service rendered 1 good cheer aid good will I IMLWo are closing out a bcautifu lotoTBtorling Silver Novelties and Silver II Plated ware at cost prices Now fis tho time tobuy W ON8nOOK STORE CRUSHERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY I Is Headquarters for all kinds o I f CHXISTXAS CANBIES FANCY BASKETSCELERY 4 BANANAS GRAPES JN U T S y OP ALL KINDS IRE WORKS Ii Our line of Candlos acknowledged lobo tho nicest and best in the LownoysFinoBox ris and Flohr Walter special Can L tiles Ill I AO CARUTHERS HICKMAN KY k Also largo stock of fino cigars special size boxes for Christmas gifts Nice lino of Pipes and II 9smokers articles for Holidays WIN r s 51 s Too Tai7y Jleavy SHOES BOOTS PANTS s t f In too many HEAVY Corduroy Cassimcre Kersey llud Worsted worth I2QQ 17S i PANTS and 160 Cloeo out for 9148 g Heavy Fleeced Underwear Shirts and Drawers worth7oc cut to 40p 1 Heavy Ribbed Und and Fleeced Hosiery 2otj Heavy Ulster Overcoats worth 50Q 44t Nice Blue and Black Orercoats good quality worth 8850 GuOv Heavy Duck Coats for Men and Boys pjjif Heavy and Black1 Flannel OVerahirta 1 00 f E e I 1 r FOR DRESS WEAR 1 o They are best tlng and the prices the lowest 75c to GaBS 25 to 50c Latest Things in HATSFor Christmas Newest things 25c to 3160 Heavy Gloves and Scotch Wool Mittens 25 and GOo Must bo sold 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