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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r lJr f 1 tt f isr J BARpAINS m Ea at SIIAWS F THE HICKM tN COURIERIt r J I ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNm KYf DECEMBERun 21 190O VOL XXf VIJO5i m mmttnrt1Vmnl mnt mtnmmmmrom rmmmmmm i or t v CC 1 t f 1 L ofi p- V f Solid Serviceable T f t a- E l SandSubstantial1 E E 1tir Christmas BaroBinsI 31 = PIA kind we now offer you in every department andsj la i say4to yon come early and make your selections Vjor tlwush 11113 3 I jiqw commenced andnvill last until Christmas IK f- W Note Just a Few Items of Many m Xwms Reductions i oc t F I I DRESS J JItFur nlld C I 1 f WWOORillE t upEI = Handkerchiefs 1ali wlaillartisle- eI tltc lino of Xfcns Hilkfo just invilr e surprise you TDoOV LieEE gladden the liouHOkecpcrfl heart E CIIAS- gS ho11i1I luxeEtifiil Indian Blankets Both r carriage and couch E Yk11nSVo hound to admit E we loaded in ttooEC = u21 Y Ilscluthingstoukrmn hq Hwa sumo IE1HJCKHS tI1 1 ss 1 IiAr lJtt e 11 E i 1 t OUT ON BOND W J Powell who was arrested week at Mayflold by tho United States k marshal on tho Chnrco of Bonding ob Bcono Hottert thwiBflh Uncle Barns inaU t gave bond Sfat8rJay and went to his homo near Water Valley Portnr II Weaka of Fultoa went on tho bond which was placed at 1600- Bonielhno during tho tho Liberty LeAgue of Loalsvlllo ifont hint tome o mpaijo literature and Pow ell U to have covered It with in leagueThe im prisonment FULTON FIRE 1 Tuesday mornlog tho South Ful ton Roller Mill waa totally destroyed by fire The value of the +plant na chlnerr and coatents said to to 935000 and was llasured for Tho pro l prietors of the Robertson A Wilson think it was on fire bad the Loader saya that eyldoacoa of an inccu diary was discovered at Brawns mill Sunday night The indications are hat there are flrebBga about Fulton who wMtVlootiiW rob v CJ J f tifrJf J It fh J II IIil gI f t t v f tJtfrj frpo IotfIJ M 0J tr 1 C2I I 4 tI t ts I o 0 J1 LA t r S f 1IC WQ to II MILLINERYd 4 always too ueduecd icon campaign 11200 VCYO put the knife to every arti l sin this 3e ltlnei1t including he- trimming fabrIcs IL 1IbbOnSlflQWeld igredu ons in 1it is left inJro fllioolDS 3for Dress and rainy c1nJ skirt egnrdleJft1 e 1lats the kind Of insvc 3gyve Fur trwlum capes at 100 as a Itlih 3- n sBoas llarottcii- r =lJOn a NII I e i r I rA t nsjulfoptho are are = f t or i E- i iuulhl IlUAU w1111111u 11 11 POWELL last f Hid ANOTHER lost z mill set patfelriis h a bj MCrt J 1888 area 61 aMil1 G 00 Suits lci4 M trl tjI btera Thisl iatUih Utat art Mrktly all tirwod r ilJeii- c j Jt1e 1 J 0choiceVany I 518 00or SIG 50 Suit on our counter A 8 Buyechoice of any 1iiJ young mens 15 00 and Sl2 50 Suits in in tlic house sires 14 to 19 years b Buys choice of eov 1i A8 oral lots selcotddouC of 5 50 pod S7 50 UoaISuitIt o i OQ KnoJPnnt8 Suits v O CI IGyonnnnd down any SG GOn b 00 Suits goes nt tthis I L price 111- I I =FOR A special to tho Times from Fulton says Much pressure is being put Col Mott Ayres editor of tho Fulton Dally Loader to offer himself for UfO Fulton nnd Hickninn counties By mason of his nctlvo party service and in the recent ho la being urged to make the race Mr Ayres lst a man of ability and tho leader pt tho young in close touch with tho of his par ty and no doubt would have a walkover for the and election if ho desires tho AT There wits double the Palaco Hotel nt Union City of last weok tho parties be Inn and Miss Annie W White and Miss Aman da PowellI all of Ky Tho f ee U- t 5 E Ovre+ tr rncral re duc sale fl we flhdw worth G5 hC wt I st 00 Silk fleeced wart and =to tllo i =I I ycu i c t Y W V TV SeGajnife ab gat gt O L j J I 1 momi4GAI11ETiL 1 ITT- IIIUNINIIIIIUUIIUNIIIIIUUNIIUNUIU TII 1111 1 REPRESENTATIVE Louisville on representa or QtKrcsslvo management campaign BpriKbtllness acknowledged Democracy majority sentiment nomination position MARRIED UNION CITY a wedding in Sunday contracting J B Dupoysttir Jennings 0 WioklllTe 4ReynoldsInHlokmaNdaughterforaaerlylived 3- f nOYs cheap rhiIN iiiiclud nXmas Uiidcrwearte 3goods garments soothing kincnnplcaso iConletJJ f1 to sr SUES RAILROAD COMPANYI Mrs Tounio filytho has filed suit through her attorney lion Dick Tylor of Hickmnu against tho Illinois Central railroad company for the death of her husband John T IJIytho It will bo reMembered tbatMrBlythe e in company with High Tendall was crossing tho Illinois Central tracks near Joo Wades store when both wore struck by an incoming train and instantly kill ed The suit was brought in tho fed oral court and will be tried at Pducah tho next term Mrs Tcmlttll U also preparing to bring suit for a similar amount for the toss of hor husband if a compromise which iis under consideration is not offcctod boo boginsFultouLoader J MOULDING CONTEST i One of the most enjoyable social ovonts of tho season was tho Moulding Contest given Tuesday evening by J Miss Llzzlo Luttrell in honor of her couHns bliss Margaret Ring of Stur- gis Ky and Mrs Maud Cook of Cory don Ky Tfaejparlor was taatily decor atod with holly and mistletoe and many were the vain TI efforts on tho part ot tho gcutleman to collect tho forfeits from the ladies who accidentally I- placed themselves under the mistletoe Each guest was given a largo stick of chewing ftum and a card bearing the name of raino animal They were re quired to chew tho gum and mould train It tho nultrial whose name was on the card within eight minutes Miss Nan nie Rogers was awarded the first prize prizeTho ing room which was alsodocoratod with evergreens whore refreshments were daintily Served The gqatlemcn were thou required to make love to each young lady und just before the guests dispersed tho ladles decided by a voto that Messors Travis and Dillon wore tbo most ardent lovers present Thoso present wore Miss Nellie Helm and Alvin Young Miss Jessie Islcr anti John Dillon Miss IveyDoBow and Leo Kirkpatrlck Miss Leone Fuqua and Chits Baltzer Miss Leola Barry and J W Morris Miss NauHle Rogers and Leon Smith Miss Mary Helm and Kit Shaw Miss Margaret King and Will Helm Mrs Maud Cook and Chas Travis Mr and Mrs SDL tea FJoaters Mos3r8 KL Bradley and HearyDjiirla M Buck Is the truth si jeweler jJIf t Ali 1 r 11 j f 5 I XMJt ASdr I J t t MiIIzT1H0 i IFYOU jj f fI t I ARI3- CAUGFIT T t 411 I t A I j come to us We can c suggest a number Qf J Appropriate 33- l 3ra 1IA Things 11- t 1 that are new in every I k sense of the wordhJr fillingin bills in all I our lines of IJ K Z r rl I 1Millinery Gents Furnishings Shoes tJ ax I t Hardware a at tt ihi ftueensvvare 4i iI cid Groceries it l 4- i 1iUl Ii JT d II WE ARE II iS 1 i THE I 1t t N PflOPLJk ii- t I li 4V 1 it f Special Lt1le of ttl 1i 1 MENS t r t I f Patent Leather SHOES w tIIt H e SMr 1t t r SHeA Svia pY t I II II i J On N- I1ICKMAY I 1 p i Itrn Ut it IJJJ rII v 4 ar T T j YJ i- IJI j IeHkmnC-I tII r s4- EoR611LiRrt1 lruI Iw- nw InCA rISt1Ov y V CURRENT TOSS 1 t 111mttfrom Turkey t X steel ship carrie 7 renal note cirgo than an Iran one UhH plant fct Ilelftot rLS5OOOrnold ns junk torHCK I I reipzigj nv Germany NHs I tons wolght of books In oae jearA II IIWhekiale or household rex is a I pet among Chinese vroiBea I J English people drink yearly oa as overage eight outiccs of cocoa AjLcad- ttJ Insurance companies will aoj Sal IrI9 for lmitedabunts OItoollJAn fE V Ca p ers 1nMvt2ikkt1J t y the pain f fI1unkrLubouqhare M P editor o- is u Truth completed the 00th year of his life recently stP 4 r J belgbtJaH of Kiliam jNJaro Cdlamondatare stolen every year from the South I Afcan diamond mines Wore than half of the 1921000 gold p Imported into this country during March came from CanadaI I CharleIs which meant great highway Thirteen million dublc yards of earth were removed in making the canal across the isthmus of Corinth Three hundred Negroes from va II IIrioia parts of the south will leave Himiughain Ala in January for Li bca New Scotland Yard is the largest police station in the world It Is I capabler of accommodating 3000 police officers i A According tp Mint Director Rob erne estimate the output of gold for dayI35000000 for the year Svitzerland complains that the cheese trade is a little dull and yet during 1899 that country exported 3OjrO000 worth o cheese The king of Slam owns an army corps of 500 elephants all well trained for military purposes and under command 01 general J Watches are tested as to correct area of time in heat nnd cold eight boars at 110 degrees Fahrenheit and eight hours at freezing point iS J Reynolds has given 500J 7 half the sum needed for the con I Negro110splmls The American Wslflct Telegraph 1 Color New York will put in little telephones at its call boxes and thus Dare a telephone company of Its own Moscowi LOB the largest hospital In Europe with 7000 beds There are 93 F phyjiclans and 900 nurses and about annuallytThe grcat ittteeJ structure In the r world bo far as railroad work is con I inIsylmntn wonderful f bridge of time Erie railroad across the KInzua volley In McKenn county1 i Jaynef1 C i thefh method orfplacing the public house1 J JR public hands that It may be man r agedJ as n public trust with a single C t I welfareI cross required and al IF a large number Including such im a rI portant ones as those over the Irtyfth Yenlsfi t The common hen lays about 500 or tWO Seggs in 10 years In the first h 1 yearjthe number is only from 10 to 20 in the second third and fourth yearn from 100 to 135 each and there afte it rapidly diminishes In the t tenth year the crdlasry hen lays but f 10 to 12 eggsrfjf b AjBoston China house received two anteresting orders recently One was from Cecil Rhodes to be sent to his residence in lpcTown South j + Africa and time other wan from Mr iiRudyard Kipling to be sent to her home The Elms Itottingdcan Sussex England f1 Florida continues io make steady progress in population It now tea 576542 inhabitants a gain of 45 per 4e1 In the two preceding decades its percentage of growth was 453T percent from 1 60I 1970Iry acreasaflax J Fichesbarg the noted German nniveralty I andIt navA aow started on a walking1 toir across the continent Theywn r JVlYLI cl lectures i A V test Australian exploring party that recently Srrlvcd at OodnndatiI reported that then had not bctri r f drop of rain po two years In the red jjt I glon traverseThefeood roads movement is doing Jthingvn New Jersey in which state the lost eight years 1000 mllea of highways have been built by state and cojjnty appropriations Dr Conan Doyle says that the salu tation jlven by his little girl when I i lie returned home after hit defeat atS the parliamentary election wagT OhlI 1 XO sorry you did nolf dltddJfJml i e i1 1 nu kr + EAI I wtYHCHiN t Tlltbl Cb1bit1l fftfh L tR tta 11G sttttdi cud Yihe 41 41rr a N tlttttn7tYttwrxag W 4MHeer Wae 1C4e rdt tlhfi lA+ t4t1ssrts- tyle rat itwlMtl+ 1rladflw4a IM w itNv N tIInclly Jqw lluMlMew anti IwS j 1Ae4atndl wig wajI laav I ir 1s d ed Maher liam Siatttra n wtliMe tsttl 1T lacestomail Wft I lr e d1 yard lay ttt t UIIt ftesikd dtas Suada arrettteeI enofc M she nrland although RVKtMds rMttiiag bad blood suit OH k the men daltucd they were in crimesAs soon as their Arruat became bayouf4o bt tlw t theywere the guilty pa tits A mob of bloodthirsty citizens drifted with sledg hammers ropos and guns were running to the jail Using a telegraph pole ns a batter lug ram nnd oavcd In the side wall oft the j ccln1 was then quickly broken In with sledge hammers and he was drugged1 from the jail to the east side of the court yard where a noose was placedJI aboiit his neck He was given time to make a state ment in which he implicated Jim Henderson and another Negro Rowland then begged plteously for mer cy but the mob swiftly swung the confessed murderer to a tree and rid died his body with bullets Leaving the body of Rowland dang ling from the limb of the tree the mob rushed back to the jail end at tempted to burst open the cell occu pled by Henderson but before the steel bars yielded to the blows of thet sledges some one In the crowd firedI upon the terrified Negro As he crouched in the corner of his cell A few moments more and the door of the cell was broken in The Negro more dead than alive was dragged at a ropes end to the court house yard and swung on the tree beside the body of lowland Firing a parting volley at the swinging bodies the mob eager for another victim hurried away to lo cate the other Negro implicated by Rowland in his confession lie was found at a hotel where he was em ployed as porter The Negro escaped to the roof of the building and Manager Debruler succeeded In convinc ing the mob that the porter had noth lag to do with the crime The Negroes victim Hollle Simons was waylaid and murdered in the most IjrutaUmanncr onevmquare from the main street of the city as lie WIllSI going to his home from his barber shop at 2 oclock Sunday morning As was customary with him he car ried the receipts of the day at his place of business Walter Evans one of the young men who attempted to sate Simons life and afterward assisted in the moval of the murdered mans remains td his home was greatly affected and almost suffered nervous collapse lynchlag The dead mans wife is prostrated and it is believed she will die from the shock Hollle Simons came fro Winslow Ind some years ago and was a popular young man Uoonville Ind Dec 38Joh Rolla the third of the colored men Implicated In the murder oftflollle Simons WOK hanged to a tree In th court house yard by a mob of 100 men from Rockport at 630 oclock Monday evening 1 quielyn one under the sanction of the llaw Jlolla was brought to this place Monday afternoon about 3 oclock i n charge of Sheriff Anderson of Rock placinonlytoWhen the men reached his cell he protested his innocence in loud tones begging pitifully now and then that he be spared The men working nt the door of time cell might have been made of marble judged by the attention they paid to the wailing of the NegroLittle breakingIntosn eye the thoroughly terrorized col ored man was In the hands of the men who proceeded to place a rope around his neck All left crawling ttlCYJladthemA few minutes were consumed In the march to the jail yard the rope was thrown over the limb of a tree and a hundred willing hands pulled flyingIntorope was tied to a tree and as soon us the members of the mob were sure completedleftentered the town- Exiioiltton Lost Two Million reportofcxposltioQ1IOWII total of expenditures is 110500000 francs The receipts amounted to 114500000 francs The loss Is less than in the case of eitherttof the prc ceding expositions I Took Strychnine Grind Island Neb Dec 17Bey COliN of unrequlted loveL M Hansen ii4 years old cpmmlttM sulcidt Sunday morning by taKlnjri jstrych+ hinte t o THE FOUNDERED GNEISENA TAe Lura nt llfe Wan Orrr loo Sii run In rerun Ovtr the Trr Able Dlnnntvr nt Srn Hvrtta lice 18A1 official dlsnnt Mal Mataga rewired hero Mont M a+lilsFuceonnts for 314 survivi atriat r time 450 persons who wore leant the German training frig QttctaMMU which foundered at t Ktrance to the port of Malaga Srtiny while she was taking rof ugu fr n tie terrible storm prevailing at t 1 fire Malagal Dee ISIt Is rumored U u Ute commander of the Qnelscn i committed suicide when ho saw tIi was lost A nephew of the it- a porlal chancellor Count von llutilc y named Hermit was apiong the sav thougli he was Injured nbout t t hood A sallqr who survived the wri t wont mad as a result of his exp t enco The naval commander here warn 4 dipt Krotsvhmnnn of the approa rd Ing storm and had recommended tl riii enter tho port but It was of avail TIle shook on tho rocks Is denarii by eyewitnesses as terrible MB holes were driven in the vessels etc u and she sank within ten rnlnut TIlt captain refused assistance Wh1 i u Spanish sailor got within a sh distance of him and threw him a ro Capt Kretschmnnu was so grea agitated that he thrtw his sword the sailor 9 The first mato struggled for hour against the waves clinging ti piece of wood but he finally wi i down The SpanWh gunboat Nuevn Jispa i Las left Cadiz to render assistance The German steamer Neva has r rived from Gibraltar to assist In t i rescue work As yet the sea Is t InsptheBerlin Dec lSThe foundering the Gnelscnau created n most paIn i I impression In Berlin following lirjubilant reception tendered the fa k ors and marines from China Suncl v The news spread rapidly through t t city Monday morning Great crow i thronged the admiralty building t the ministry of marine Inquiring to tho fate of relatives Many tout r Ing scenes were witnessed i Emperor William has received a t egram of condolence from the Spi i Lib queen regent Malaga Dec ISot the 314 ur Ii vors 39 who were Injured were trai 5 ported to the local hospital 135 sh I tered In the barracks and 150 lodg ilI In the town hall The municipal ci v Is providing for all Members of t e SpllnlahdieThe flags oVer all the conkulatesln at half mast Jj TO FORM A POOL VonriftH of the LarKct Steel Isis MnunfaetarlnK Com paull I Jibe United State Will CunnullihtP I Cleveland 0 Dec 18 Negotia berocertain of successful condition for the formation of a pool by hot the largest steel plate manufacturing tablishments in the United States Among tho concerns included arc named the Carnegie Steel Co the DH nols Steel Co tIle Federal Steel Co NationalmSteel Co and the American Steal and CnrnegleCo centnoflate total business of all the mills The meetings for the formation of theePlustburgle The pool Is arranged on the percentage basis and the country Is divided into territories io be exclu bythemeetingnburgh with additions elsewhere equiv pleat to freight charges The declxion was also reached to do away with commission agents The pool afiVits the domestic market alone all the concerns being on an c vtal footing so far as the foreign mVrkct I Ion cernedaa Mm DrleeN Fnnvrnl New York Dee ISTIle funeral ot IcntoJresidence at 093 Fifth avenue There usedflIofVkelJthe111111placedside that of her distinguished hus band whose death occurred exactly two years ogojjj KiiKluiid Want Turkey to Settle tothe11 in pressing claims for compensation In dlKorjdelR 43jestsujtwillbent settle lnlt UeimlrltiHr ItiiluliiMV Rainy10W70foot yacht which has been undergoing ex tensive repairs at the Herrcsholfst shops hue been orderwork of running the keel of the new defender The Duke Wine 11111 Loudon forct ofUnnchcsterqueen npurt for wine and cigars supplied bot a city merchant The claim was not con stellcc It pr tI mm ON A REEF Eight Lives Lost by the Sinking of a British Steamer tint a Vmtlirc of the Vessel lltinntui ThlrtrF set tIt tJrrn Were Hayed lljr the Daring liid of nil Uuknotvii nn Vancouver It a Dec 16News of the worst marine disaster of the sea son in British Columbia waters was brought hero by the steamer Czar from Union Bay on the cast side of Vancouver Island The famous steam er Alpha whose ynautlioried trip to Cape Nome last May brought her In to trouble with the treasury depart ment was wrecked on n reef near the entrance to Union llay and not n yes tigtt of the Htuumcr remains Her managing owner Cript Purser three engineers two ablebodiedseamen anti a stowage were drowned and the balance ot time crew of 4 saved by the pluck of an unknown member of the ships crew who swam In n rag ing sea from the wreck to a light house with a line around his waist Drowned Satnuol F Marker of Vancouver managing owner Cnpt F NIcorke of Victoria master Hngl neer Dunn of Victoria Second As sistant engineer Murray of onoou rev IT White purser of Vancou vcr Crosby ablebodied seaman Sullivan ablebodied seaman a stowaway name unknown The ship Alpha was valued nt ft5 500 Her cargo comprised 750 tons of salt salmon and 350 tons of coal con signed to Yokohama and valued at 3000 The total insurance on the ililp and her cargo was 45000 It is two weeks since the Alpha first started from Vancouver for Ja pan After tIle had been four days out she returned to Victoria partly disabled and accusations of tamper ng with her engines were made Some of the crew and several of the officers left the steamer declaring that she had been Improperly loaded and one of the ofllcers was tried and icntenced to six weeks Imprisonment for desertion Last Saturday the Alpha left Victoria for Union to replen Isist her coal supply A terrific gale wet raging and late Sunday night the trainer ran on a rook at llaynes round at the entrance to Union bay She was quickly dashed to pieces and all would have erlshed had not snc of the crew made the desperate and successful effort to itwiiii with i line to the light house on Yellow island In the raging sea only part of those on the illfatrd ship many aged to reach safety the ofllcers and caner remaining on board and fall nrto reaqhtlut rooksMflie 23 sirrirors renmineil on thec ow bland tlnt1Sundnyl aced somewhat anti n sloop was able to call and take them to Union lint the storm which had wrecked the Ihlp hind also prostrated all wires and to no tidings of the ship wreck reach ed the outside world until the little itcnnier Czar brought the story to Vancouver late Monday night ISLAND OF PANAY Tlir Aturrlcan Troop Hurt Been Movlittf Northward And Wri- ttrllStralw Sklrnilahm Manila Dec 17 Advices from lie110 Island of Panay reports that this American troops have been moving northward and westward for several days and that detachments of the 0th 18lh nnd 30th regiments have been active near their stations TIle insurgent losses during tho lost ten days have been Jive killed seven wounded and 40 taken prisoners Tho Americans have lost two killed anti three vounded Large numbers of the natives however are swearing allegiance to tho United States The Americans have lost one killed and two wounded Gen Wheaton reports that 430 natives have entered Cnlanao lor registration FIRE AT NORFOLK VA The lialiillnic Occupied Hy the Con trnatlon Department nt the Xavy Yard Destroyed r Norfolk Vn Dec 17TJ1e build lung occupied by the construction department at the Norfolk navy yard was destroyed by fire Sunday even Ing Shortly before 0 oclock u ware house man discovered the ofllce of Constructor Stath to be on fire The navy yard and Portsmouth fire de purtmcnts responded but found the iii laze gaining headway rapidly and In a short time the whole building vas a mass of flames The firemen then devoted their time to Having Surrounding buildings The building destroyed contained nil the important paperfi models and plans of the cony ifetnictlon department Over 7000 drawings and 100000 worth of live auk timber were destroyed Loss to building and contents over 200000 Origin of the fire unknown Princess of the Anturlim lu Wed Madrid Due 18Gen Aswirraga tJie premier in full uniform read on Monday In the chamber of deputies a royal message Announcing the pro jetted marringe of the princess of the Aalnrins to Prince Charles second ion of the count of Casertn A SelnHile WPftt Knozvllle Knoxville Tenn Dec 38A per ceptible seismic wave nt this dace at- JfO oclock Monday night startled people but did no dumnge It V nil a singly brief disturbance of50 seconds JC rom ttnicd by n rumblinjf soundt a FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS 1 Hcrond lteaalur senateNobusinessThe members went over to the house to participate in the centennial role brntlon over the removal of tit na WashingtonHousern II 1111 ehtl owing to the centennial celebration ceremonies in the house Washington Dec H8ennhlnexecutive session on Thunilny an amendment io the llnyPaunucfoto treaty was jumscd This amttmlmcnt in the assent will permit Uio United States to defend nn Istlimlnn oaiml but not to fortify It Nor nearly three hours Thursday Mr Hanna ot Ohio addrcaced the ttonute on tin ixmllng HIJI subsidy bill While IIP lind spoken heretofore on the floor of the senate his effort Thursday really wits his lint formal spccuh ThursdnyiTomonth to pension JHIIHM Miml ok at 20 n month to pension Anthony MoCall nt 20 u month George J Wilson Joseph Purnaworth Nnnry J Marplt at 10 n month lUtijamln J pttnlloQWilliomto pension Fannie Wlgglnton at 80- a month directing the secretary of the treasury to pay 110 to Naney Gates for Hiippllcs taken by United States troops Washington Dec ISSannteNearly an of Friday the senate was Jlnylnunoofotowastreaty Importance transacted in time 81101tionM ing for a holiday recess to extend front Friday December SI to Thun tllI IlJanuary house adjourned Friday without disposing of more than half the war revenue reduction bill 1ierrIItlamendment paused compelling the ex prow companies to pay for tampa on express receipts instead of the shipper A real rtloutncnt bill was Introduced making the membership the house 357 Washington Dee ITNo business of importance was transacted In the senate Saturday House Tlie ht use Saturday passed the war revenue reduction bill The ameuumeat placed in the bill to tax vote receipts was defeated by a of ISA to 130 Mr Timers Vtoffered an amendment providing that tit income tax would not he levied on the estates of persons who died adoptld appropriationpassed Representative Norton Intro dueed the following bill Providing that any regularly enlisted soldier of the war of the rebellion who served by detail or assignment on duty as n commissioned efllcer shall be entitled t0 the same stay as a regularly commlKMloned oflloer for duties so performed and shall be considered as- prontote4tnd musteredl to tint rAnk whether commissioned or not and shall bo on titled to the same grade of pension as IIs provided for oiticcrx of the rank In which said soldier was assigned to duty- Washington Dec lSSenatlnlesenate wns In open session only one hour Monday the remainder of the legislative day beIng spent lu execu lIRyInulleetotcotrtlltythefrom purest routine was transact ed The senate in executive session agreed to give lu adhesion to the hnportaton tutu regions of Africa House Under suspension of the rules the house Monday passed bills to divide Kentucky and Vrt Vir ginia into two judicial districts to create another district judge in the northern district of Ohio and to refer formlJlltigntion imbUe1IlIIIrOLntont 1 the decision of the supreme taut placed it within the jurisdiction o Oklahoma One hundred and two poi vate pension bills were passed fur t before the house adjourned a line ItepreaentntlyItouteile years In congress and who haa been congressbill list A as captain In the navy passed BOTXS GAME Film Demurrer to tlelU Snit Arming lllittifoHic Violation Glalp- nlate Too Far Rack Columbus 0 Dec lJ JJott IICtltlena suit for 25000 for alleged alienation of his wifoM affections jtott mnke- the point in his demurrer that the nets complained of in the petition pasfourIn alienation UKCH Ilott seems toI be getting behind Sctiown evidence In his divorce suit which seems to fix 13 or 14 years ago ns tho time when Mrs Sells affection toward lieu husband began to wane John AildUon Porter limit Putnam Ct Dec 17Jahn Addition Porter former private secretary to President McKinley died at his real dence here He had been sick for many weeks with a malignant lutes tinal disease v Pout Ilny Suspected Minneapolis Minn Dee j7Twhays Hkating on the Mississippi river Sunday found Imbedded In the ice the dead hotly of ti man Ills hkuil line- been crushed Tho fact That th pockets of the dead mina hail beenI riiicd fliiggctitft a murder lleitttt of Dr llviiry llitrtun tellutya Chicago Dec 17Dr Henry Barter Fellows Conner dean of the Huhniv Inane Melliciil college and for 30 yours a professor in that iiiHtltulion tiled at Ids home Sunday Dr Vet lows was in his bath year I r S Ay Fr Mril A eret Drive Thehrannli taintleatherupwardIIecoming directly toward hint leaving s long rtd itrrak behind it he could move out of hie trades he heart the object strike the earth a few fret away and after a shart seatoh he found A gra th ball tooforI i l hisheadAndrewNews a Ussr Nation WrnHli I Gold and stiver are pouted nlmnifcnlly Into the Up of the nation but our taste rial wealth and strength IU rather In wn the meet useful fa1 motel just as th wealth of a human being ni ima u ful itoniarh If rip have vvrnWKMt vpunniA t11lllUersndeplili easer =ti- 1 err Cordial The OatrJtn h igtucfhi g very eer 7The paste eat 4 1 orctenthiN1 Heat tor Silo lluneU No matter what ails you Lssifcolip to a srbowelsUfO yen witheut a gripe or Pain1r easy natural lovveroeala swt IIuMt la sickCaseerete1 up in metal boar terry tablet ku u aitarapetl en It Itewire of irottstieni vThe Worm Turning girtopresentMrwt41l or Jt Lot t0 w1lom I hlt t IU enemy 1m eatb PbUaddjhu Pret Excursion Slrcpvr VI M ICAT Mjr Weekly Rxeurrin JInikrnItaveStLuU vU Katy Flyer 11 lw kE llyj erery Tue day at alop BJ fer San Antonio Isa An g tots anti Sill ra lc JUnellat m far nnt w goes and San IraaciKC It is alwiya a safe rule trlyn A doggy tettk- II hTtrbarkG Til sweet to kitsw iia Ki me Oust to chew G4He that KM Joan with Joe Kill ret up with fitatDanish Proverb LOSS OF MEMORY is often derived from an unlocked for source tho Kidneys Odorous urine or that which scalds or stains is An in progressingtoxarda other forms of Kidney Trouble all of grownxeRftelt6 KIDNEOIDS wilt Arrest tho dUcose and under most solemn guarantee effect a cure where It Is possible by human means OHIO KEKTVCKV lNDIAfA AMD WEST VIRGINIA forhlglI taro plies HlOM IUaped addrrrd eateiept xbnaarHaMJILJoheoa M Ua lit rarlr C rnir ti T iafJobs II MoocoUaMH Xullf rrr SL Cblliicoaie WI lirInhrIaUl1arllt Vsnllaefnbauil Hn ft W Th urlawmMurktt tu WbroUltllYVa 11111butcents a box At drug stores JOHN MORROW diCO BPRlNaPIILD O ABSOLUTE SECURITY aGonulnoa Carters Little Liver Pills tMUtt1 Rear Signature ef d See PacStode Wrapper nelw- Tewywall era aony te lake Mru Fait KEAIACKE IK Ll0 FOR IIZZIMESf IITTLC FOR IIUOHSNESS IVER FOR TORNO LIVER i FOR CONSTIPATION SKINtFOR THECOMrLEXION QatINIIQp rYlf rlY IAN IbII paw Ttnretslde CURE SICK HEADACHE tblmMLWuap la limn Auld br ilrtinlntn 4i 1 0 1 l Ifi ofIthe Nineteenth Century in Foreign Countries r f Complied by WRIGKT A PATTERSON I Copyright 11 Krlloff Xetrirrr Co i 1801 tJan Ltglilatlva union established boo IrelandFeb Prancei and AustriJ7 lj Merch army In Egypt finally de EnglishMarch Paul ot flussliauai s1ntegFy Domingo republic founded by lunf UIOZ March IT Treaty of peace tinned at EnjlandiIAitlon of Donor i4 by Napoleon otFrancetJllrlt produMilf nllnd1M3 May lf England declared war Isall1t- ranle Au If ltob rt Fulton darted hit first FranceItpsriIaiysuccesfutitwi r Aug 11Prancl IL emperor ot Germany AustriaHepting It II socoooo mites from the earth otffJ paL atMIIneanltIOct 21 English fleet under Nelson de stroyed French fleet atTrafalgar Nelson ktlId Dc 2 Rattle of Auslerlllz Russian and Austrtana defeated by Napoleon aFranc1K06 Jan 2JWlllla vat diNt In EnglandI 1 4 n bONIUr of rirnti under blockade Oct IaNapeleon defeated Prusslana a t Jna NapolNlnItordreed aU BnclUhmen In countries oc cupied by French troops to be treated aa nc11thr thinhiLDee rke declared war against RusI alL I RoY March JB Abolition of slave trade In Eng landjutv aVniieeNov 7 Ituseta declared war against Eng artNev itI I asaurQaeh II IItF alllll Jtept ulldr Ulbul e t raiIIJH- tn sudIt1Pr etMI hi SIlil urdUtd OtlnfIlUId ir J pa1a tribute or submitting I I nE Ca ssrch IKOf M iItOYtV iiiind1f8paIn aWlI rated ti fy1r of N l9liffiJuly luetnning or peninsular war beJtween Prance end SpnII March 3 dustavu bdlcaleApril wen England and itIraricD3ulyAutrlntatJuly 6 Pope flu1AVII captured by and order of NapoltonJ oner to France Sept 17 Treaty ot nJ4wedenI sia signed at Fred JOctnn peace between eulI a Iis es ins Xuld JOfLnUoIIIlbrufinDec SiJosephine divorced by Napoleon flINJan ITruty of peace between Denmark AFebI kthuMarch 11 Kapolton and Maria Louisa mar ned at V1nnnAJuly reoI quest of Napoleon Holland annexed to France Bnpt U Chill declared Its Independence ot twain Nov lapoIeona nerlln and Milan di JIf1reNov 19 Sweden declared war against EnI land8r1H11 March 30 King of Home Napoleon ItbornJuly 6 Venezuela declared Us Independ ence of 8palnJu4 May MTrenty of INI2 peace signed I I Juno BucharestJuneEngland 22 Napoleon declared war I I Btpt Russia 7 French defeated Russians I dino againstIIBapt 14 Motcow captured una by the Ylb 3Pruiitn concluded FrnrtceAUK France Russia nnd Sweden declared and war I ofthencuRedOCL from 5J1slanDec flArmy otthe nlllu numberIng moreD19 than lobOOO men began the ofeFrance 1811 Jan 14 Norway ceded to Sweden by DenPmarkMarchThe OcNnpoleanf abolishedby I allleaAprilcompelledto3Loula askingbetweenFrancobeenprevlolllCfwo 22 Napoleon abdicated In favor of SeaovS rllnlabIhisis1ecMaGeorgerailway locomotive Ft traveled et Ike July rule Of fU miles per hour Aug i8in Francefrom A Weillngton kingofJuJulyCaptMaltlandrtept Sfr Trcntyof the Italy Alliance algneeL I Oct INnpolaoa arrlv J etat Helena I I N etween1818 an 2Famlly of Ilonaparte exclnded forever from France by law of amnestrJ Ladependenceirst permanent photograph maJe by aId NlcephoreNlepee 1ti1TFfbInEnglandI pArliamentaryIn the suspension of the habeas tory act throughout England on Feb C 181M formdNovdied at Kew First percussion caps made In EnglandL lH19 June IGDlstrlct of Kutch In India sunk Wathousand frhthetn and other dueL 1820 dltdatIoncrownfdrreltedInUIntlon mlnltrywere executed MAY 1 of the same year 18Z- akr V Mexico declared Ha Independence of Rpaln iturbtde crowned first e peror as Augu ZLAllrll IOraealnltTurkty May Napoleon died at BL Helena aged UJuly aPerUe- lated de IU Independ 4tnt of Spain AUK 7Queen Caro 1 1 n a of England 0dIed of a broktn heart lEer hu nritwt band Oeorge IV lioraJaTrsLtw4 refused to permit JofI a7I1 conlorlIpttnir tndepedcnco of 8all1 ISIJan Independence of Greece proclaimed April UTurka massacred 0OW Inhab Hints of Chios Island Greece Sept 7llrasll declared Us Independence ot Pertuaal emperorthrasH of j 1N21 compelledopublic October t April store 7 despotic French JSIIjjj nrfl itLord Byron died at Mtafolonghl AUf Sept o O eeeIt I 1823 I ofFrancoI Russiadied1820 pril 3Natlonat guard of France dieI banded une nConference called by Central an South American states to determine PanamaUnitedi 1KZT uly t Treaty between England France cunOrHkr l EneIndiituasiaeet at the MoteL 1828 Tury128 dUritishCathollcaI dmIlitaryIrelandwalne X7 James L M Bralthson founder GenottalybetweenRussiaI dependence was c nowldldIIII le MKtng George I ihirWlllinmI lnnlnroforenchrvoluUon tug 2Qharle XOf Prance abdicat LoulMIhlllppflduke crowned AgustAun 0 OrevolutionHolland began In Brussels Bept IS Liverpooll I and ManhtMIIU i wmcMTOB railway first of Hem 0101110 IJIIOI1the lnglllh rail 5p U Nt wa1 linn opened Nov Pollib rev tlon against Russia began i Asterleanacknewldged1831 7Wauur surrendered to Russia an j ollih revolution crushed t l President Count John Capo dlstrla erectedIntopower and Otho crowned king May 7 1SSSI 1633 N Juno 7 First reform bill In England be camo a law It prevented n revolution and save to the middle classes tho au klnlfdomSept M 1811 pt 9Ferdtnand VII of Soln died A 1831 y lJC n Lnfnyetto died In France77 10Beglnnlng of Carllst revolution in Spain 1Slnvcry abolished In British cot Jj- onlcs Eight hundred thousand slavefreed carbolic1883- ly J SAn attempt to assassinate tout I mrthine1 Mortler and nearly 40 other persons aeda Ute wounding of many pIker sept Corporate reform act granthnir ce4selfgovernmentfourteenth century PUHlS by BrUIIl parlIament 1838 JulyThe flrsC railway opened In Canada Modern term theory of dIsease flrat su iceted by discovery of yeast plant Cagnlard Latour In France It nan sin been put to practical use by such men Pasteur Koch Lister and many other 1H3T June JOKlng William IV of England lied Succeeded by hIs niece Prlnccw Alexandrine Victoria The crowns of leparatedFirstI It ran from St Petersburg to CharskoSelo- 18W June 3Coronatlon of Alexandrlna Vic EnglandFirstIn Great Brit byCooke1839 March Opium war between China and beganAug revolution In Spain crushed it had Jluted five year and cost 300000 live L patentedhisDuring the previous year the French gov ernment hid voted him a life pension of publishwithoutlMO beruSneCoburgDcCo terrInid 1M1 besanthepurpOIIcolorinamong tSe colonist and the three yel- 1to rlandthenegreater part the English army of oc cunatlon numbering Z6000 peraI were kll1ed Nov 9 Prince of Wales boris 1843 PranceMay erf Q een eJuly7 18iO ltiChInatotheIHJ ItukofAug1H44 IrlfIIncludIng 11foundUWr D XndlagainstLi InIndiaYnrrlandThe rearby184ft- I une M Corn law of England repealed I by beItexllttoday5 1MT Nov Chloroform first used a an anus a EdinburghJames Young Slmjaon of 184H Jan SYnderlck VII of Denmark proI iltnAa ae i i i cln ik1ktheconstitutional I abloIlltemonarchyFeb IhllIppeabdicate Vrerfch throne and thaeec republic June 85 Rebellion of lasts communists ftPUbjIIc eio aipniiiiiii loss of nearly S VM deBraJot one jett n illS fourth of the city ParisAuif ofIhe67Nov bytheauemblyDec preIa First settlement of the Boer In the Trana vial 1840 Feb National assembly of the Roman republic declared popea temporal power at an end March CNew constitution combining em plre of Austria and Hungary pro claimed by Francis Joseph toly JItom surrendered to the French and pope restored to temporal power IHSfl July S Sir Robert Peel died in London aged K2 ChinaIS1UU March 90BUth census of tile United King rQ1161IS In Crys londont In Australia 1832JFeb 17Blrthday of Napoleon I Aug 15 holidayInI Rept It Duke ot Wellington died aged IS3 Deo 5French empire restored Louis asNapoleon1H51 Jan 3IJUl Napoleon married to Euger lie HIlnOct war against flu Is beCrimean1834 Eneland theCrimeadefeatedbyofInkormann18TJS Tan M Railroad across isthmus of Pan ama opened 1 M diedHeAlexanderSept Sevnstopol evacuated by the Rus andCngllih 1Ri6March EnglandRussia In Paris This closed tho Crimean IndependtncamorethunandInCanadacomTorontomiles183T brokeoutmusescrtdsubmarineValen111bayfitteinptwasyear 183S Feb 13 Consxltutlon ot the Transvaal re public proclaimed EnglishJromIndiaJuly proolamlltlon domaimInIThglandLlonolHOlhlchlld J electedThelaugLuud I J in j ilSJl9rernment of India transferred GreatJ3litaIn1KTO Infti nationalityIJ theCIIuAllAustriaJAndfJUdlnlllnllossuzi0nJuoigoIrInoNv IGDeflnlte At treaty or peace signed bl ardlnlatfcr AIJtrla I 1800 Ktr llQsrlbaldl landed at Marsala Skib hdtself dictator In the name of King Victor EmmanuelThis was the be ginning of the war unityOctEnglish allies cap ChinaOctpeace signed at Poking between England andI China Doe 25 The War nor thd final AMIDfrJbli Ironplated steen iiruuin frigate In the Engtaxi I1 I Jail I 1111 uh nnvy w nil wastetins excepting the Great EasternJ 1801FJ 52FrederIck William IV ef PrussiaIwu- F atrurinF b JSItallan parliament decreed Victor ItalylilJWm 1 flauClburgr appointriI 1883- FeK 1Ml Russian serfs freed It1 AlexJ emaaclpaUoftflithere were more tItan 38000090 serfs in the Russian empire Of these 180000eo tart freed in 18S8 and tho remainder IB iso C CftyrI 1884 enteredCII 188S Air IS Flrat vessel pissed through Sues canal from Mediterranean to the Red SM- Dae It Lord Palmerston English preai r died 18CO Mar 11 Fenian raid Into Canada 130 WIn crossed the Niagara river at fluX falo thetlflttlmeJune ilHaly and Prussia declared war nntost Austria This was the beginning ot tie Seven Weeks War Tub Austrian defeated by Prussian 40pbetweenIrua 3andontrdeOct A Baron Ferdinand von Beast apa Undi lstImonarchy Euep ki 17F Autonomy announced for Hun Hungarywas17FebNorthOrmaking ofPrusjiia March 3Kngllsh parliament passed actcreatlngiUomlnion of Cnnfda out ot the AmericaManh is AfrlCLThe1871Juncrownedking 1lulcoJunFranceby1888 primeministerministry 18UO conltltuUlned by the revolutionists Duke of Aos ltalYelelPtwhohodFranceJuly InIrelandparliamentNovrate ceremonies Dec I Ecumenical council of Catholic Infalllbllllreaffirmed Dee II Gaorge II Peabody American philanthropist died In London aged 74 18TO EnglandngedEnglishparliamentuly 15 Franca declared war against theFrancoPrussianwarSept atSfdUiPrussianlosarmy it lCl8OOO nn and FrenchII WIIlIamdeposedand atCbytheSept 90 Roma surrendered to Italianarmy by the pope This marked the end of Ihe popos temporal powcr schoolboard publietaxationDecMountCentsItalywith1871 Jan 18Klng William of Prussia proclaimed emperor of I I t I uermany T hIcompleted the cre atlon of the new empireJan tiered to the Prus elans Feb 26Treaty of peace signed be tween France and Prussia Thistreaty ceded to Prussia nearly alt of Alsaco and one fifth or Lorraine demanded the payment Ut SI000000OIJC BOMAKCK by France to Prus costDoralivesdenMarch 17 French government took measures to suppress the robs in Iarlu This was the begin ning of the Froituti civil war Marc 21 Flrat diet of new German em pire assembled at Berlin It formed anew ilerman constitution Kingdom May LUSt of the French Insurgents cur rend red This short civil war In France coat many thousands of hives and left one ilrd ot Paris In ashes Eighteen theyhadJuly 3 Italian government moved to Rome Nov Henry M Stanley found Dr lAy ingstone at UJIJI Central Africa 18TS March Schools of Germany takes from the control of the churches and entrust ed to ofllclals ot the state June 12Aknt railway in Jaoan opened freMGernaanymen published 1873 FrancediedFeb 11 King Amadeus of Spain abdicated and a republic waa established bytheFrancePrussIan leftFranceOct 81An American schooner Virginia capturednnd six British of the expedition shot Nov 47 1874 exQueenIsabelloended the Spanish republic and put a atop to the bloody civil Wars 1878 July Peasant of Herzegovina rebelled against Ottoman government to resist collection of taxes This led to rebellion 5 In the Turkish provinces ot Servla Bosnia nnd Montenegro lasting through 1876 and nded In the RussoTurklsh war of 1877 78 and the final establishment of the Balkan states 1876 June SO First railway opened In China from Shanghai to Woosung 11 miles Itwas afterwards torn up because ot the nativesNov Turkey 1877 an 1 Queen Victoria proclaimed em press of India eb 6 Circular Issued by Russia de elating Ottoman empire a menace to humallltyAprilbYlroclamatlOnAprl 0BlackJ flntlightedSept 2H Thtcrs first president c third French republic died at St Ger main Dec 0Turks defeated by Russians at battle ot Plevna 60000 Turks surren dared 1878 I1alydiedHumbertFebpopeMarch between theRuaaoTurkllhApril IS Three hundred thousand cotton LancashireEngland aceeSlrlkapartl4l1yTune 13 Congress representing great European I powers met at Berlin to settle nUlloTurkllhInternational23Septhi method of electric lighting produces BlockNovam war Iithat1871 April Peru and Bolivia declared we against Chill May IDr Llvtn tone died at hum Cen- trAl Africa aged 60 Mar England and France assumecon tra of Egyptian finances fS80 Dee 30 The South African republic proI claimed by Kruger Joubert and Pre opposedthoi English from the time of Its annexation 1881 Feb 24 Work began on the De LessepPanama aaniFeb 2027 English thenoerI bLt1eotAlaJuba CurAlexander orRussIaated by nihilists In St Petersburg Alexander III pro mperorMarch May 22 Kingdom of Roumanla estab lished by corona lion ot PrInce- Charles as king OLAIIJQII MayW o r k begun porn I1eeii5 Vied on the Canadix InJKtriiiim Pacific railway July Insurrection In the Soudan led by the mahdl begi InJagainst Egypt AuF 3 Treaty of peace signed between England and the Doers The former sur rendered the terrltcry to the Trnlvaal- atate y and the latter recognized English suzerainty and a British representative resident The treaty was amended Feb 27 USf by which the republic wu officially JstyledBritish suzerainty 1882 March 6Wncdom of Servla established I I Prince Milan crowned king Sept 13 English army entered Cairo ISin triumph utter dispersing Egyptian reb el army and capturing Arab Its leadI er Tills campaign made English Influ ence In Egypt paramount and the An gloFrench agreement for a joint pro 1sslomncetatumandIed1883 May 9 Paul Kruger first elected president republicNov trade or tho world 2884 Aug 11 National religion of Japan disc a tablished freedom for all religions guar anteed Dec 6Mr Gladstones third reform bill England law18S5 Jan 24 Irish conspirators attempted to destroy houses of aitrllament and the Tower In London with dynamite Jan 26 Gen Charles George Gordon and English and Egyptian troops massa cred at Khartoum Feb 2G Conxo Free State established by European powers with King of Belgium at Its head March 24Rlel rebellion began In Canada April 24 Five hundred US troops entered Panama and arrested leader of Insur genIi May 15Rllvlaed version of the New Testament published In London July 7 Pasteur Inoculated first patient hydrophobiaNov on Canadian Pacific railway from Montreal to Vancouver The rtgular public dolly service began June 2S issts inCanadaNov 25 Alfonso XII of Spain died Suc ceeded by his InfAnt son Alfonso XIII with Queen Mario Christina as regent IRU Feb 12 German East Africa company chartered It cedcd ell its territorial rights to the German government Oct II 1SDO June Gladstones home rule bill for Ire land defeated In English parliament 1SH7 Fob 25 Henry M Stanley sailed from Zanzibar for expedition Into central Africa In quest of Emln Pacha Found him April 29 1KSS on Lake Nyanzo March 13 Treaty of tho triple alliance between Germany Austria and Italy signed gnlDuring tho year gold was discovered In tho Tranrtaal nail the city of Johannesburg foundei 1SS March Emperpr Wlltls n L of died crick afidWilliam Ou Succeeded e brhI GcrmanyI I May Slavery abolllhtd In Bran 70- 00o slavafrued- rJune IfrKrnWTcr fitderlrk Wllllm er urmany ll after renf three mOIIbIj II Succeeded byVtil sun William IJ S 111 fejst 3 Xeyal charter rrafltt tKeBrMWl VVDoc1 1880 Feb IZttei eO bytGGtee1Iiouarty lib gsa i eral freedom and created legislative branch ot tha guy ernment March 6Mllaa I of Servla abdicated la favor of his son ThreeCnlted three German wa- rvessels and 1M lives lost by vIo- lent storm in Sa moan Islands March 29 JohntIPA3TUR ungirt Joe p sleet agedSolnTrns78 isaMay 6TVorld1 fair opened In Paris total number of adsals alone 28149353 June 14 Neutrality of Samoan Islands redII ognlzed by a conference In Berlin between Great Britain United States and Ocr I many with equal rlghta of residence protectlnnpowersAug 100060 dock laborers truck In London for Increase In wage partially peetectorate theDrlUlhpony began the settlement of Rhodesia from which England had forced Portu 18l0Oct canalNovbypeoplepublic 18M division and France Germany Italy aad Fortu 4 gal Mdgascar ifceeded by his nineyearold daughter lUeeaEmmaopenedby181 railwayMflSiaaadaeon formally opened Germanyaddforeigners against Chinese violence oc antlforalga ISOL ofCaaada ccior laIunleraatLbyriots13but18S3SI June 22Brlth battleship Victoria M8Ir- r I sadoftn Sept lNaval revolt in Brad began ItI GaasInsurgentr 1804 5 March JJlr prezntcr p1itIcsRojeberyMayopened i June 24 President Carnot assassinated by anarchists ChineseJa warSeptJapantaOYaluSeptSaisounc1strictwas the btnnlnsotthe uriofharacres In ArmenIa that continued untilSept 1S96 Nov atLevidia2ZtcbolssDec perpetualfarselling1803 Independenceof beganApril 16Treaty ot peace signed between 4unoNorthseaK3oooooa EnslandtelegrapbyW systern1898 raiderksurrenderedBoeMiFeb byGeniNassredDln asaassinatedopel1eIbthuriovalV 1887 J regnalyeartru London and throughout the BrttMi eniplreS 1808 OJMMMIcontrolgovernmentSept Egyptim man 8Queen Wllhelmte of Holland crowned at AmsterdamS IraFlbodoullm Ian 1SY Fllllx Faura lMelldt 0 f diedAprilHague peace conference countries ofCaptorderedcassationJune of India adopts gold standard DreyfUllbJFrenchHe had been con vlcttd of high trea son bt new tourt Quim VICTORIA martial and sen Dora lIar sa U2i4rowiS tenoed to 10 years ImprisonmentrdSept louitlmatum from Doers that British must withdraw troops from South Africa France died April ISThe Ilacue peace conference opened 16 countries represented I Juno 23 Government of India adopts gold I standard Aug IIICapt Dreyfus pardoned by French president Ho had been convicted of high treason by new sea tenced to 10 years imprisonment Oct 1Uoefl invaded Natai Oct 12 War began between England and South African Republic and Orange nilState Nov 4 Tripartite agreement between Unite ed States Great Britain and Germany over Samoa abolished U H guaranteed possession of Island of Tutulla Nov 15 KuclUli under Gen Uuller defeat ed by Boers at Colcnso Nutnl British loss 10S7 I lOWII Feb 27 Gen Cronje surrendered BostIarmy of 4uiO men io Gun uoourts 1 Fen ZiSleau ot ivauynultn cuUed by Gin111 lie r 7 May 17 Slegu of Mat VlnK raised June k tmtun unur uaptur a Pretoria June lo toruKu itgutiuns In Poking be- Hlegea uy tiUAtrv June 1C Umiiati Minister Baron von Ket iJ teler murdered at 1cklnt June 27 Admiral Seymouia column of al I llet troops for relief fIt legation la Peking forced to return to Tientsin Jine 30lllxd troops defeaua Chin etbattle of Tientsin 7000 Chinese slain luly 29King Humbert of Italy asaassinitt- U sOcreciTdl by Victor Emmaauei ilL IAu II Foreign legations la Peking aei bi ttUltd trooivs 4 jMUImIJL it TJkI It 1TV IT e ti REALLY GOOD FURNITURE Comes only from KINGS Big Out getrf4 your moneys worth in every purchase made of us whether largo or small Kings Furniture Iis nil new and of f the beet manufacture obtainable and r we honestly doubt if our stock can be I I niatchedia Western Kentucky 1 FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS II wewould suggest some of the many tfetags listed herela The prices this t i ileasaaare probably the lowest Jyouvo i ever known and thevalues are such us 1 cantrbecet by competitors outside J the late cltfelE Wq want to and do t giveoiar Pirons the very best goods at rockbcjttom pricesenethlae but low I furs tes lrid NowHli itffe so11 dont you call around f I IWhyt taaYl G HERE IIS I I J GOOD POLICY fer youknowour goods are precisely i as represented noj bogusbnrwusno rirJOodsat superior pricealto de I IInfthe luawry purchaser None of I sneed repairs before being used Kings guarantee of the best in Faniitwe goes with every article sold Maki your wishes known to us weay talwaysready and aaxioas to serve you Woat you letJHs atjleast try e 1 I THINK ITOVER i and see if youcannot use one or f niorearilcles from our store in making yoaf Christmas gifts If you can then I came around fcWe would take especial pleasure In showing goodsand quoting r prices W wantfyouJto inspect jour tf Yheterrou make a purchase o- rBi Bat U you waat furniture we are sure we lCiyou Our low prices and Jdlkq1lmie ma1e that certain Letaalk itover 1 1OURSTOFJE OPEN gWHSSr A- NIGHT I I rrTH HtGKM AN COURIER f ibrtGEORGE WARREN i hZOKAN no t T s DEC 21 1900 Jj ttIUDAY NOTICE i IB accordancewith our old custom we frill lssae BO paper next week Next is j lNe ark 9190k LyL Af NOUNCEMENTSIV COUMTT 8UPTOK COMMON SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce Mr EMMETT W KoAC as a candidate for the oIIce or County Super jtenaent oft CesareonS hook of FUlton county i subject to threat Ion of the Democrat- Ic primary to bo held April 6 1001 We are authorized to announce Miss DORA MKACHAK SMITH as a candidate for the pfflc6Tqf Superintendent of 1ComsuoaSchool of Fulton county I oftkeDek100rat 81901tI TOIJSHJRIFP 41 We are authorised to announce Mr W i A NAYLOJTaaa candidate for Sheriff r of Fulton Ooantyiavbject toihe action eJ the Democratic Primary on April Cth1901 j a We are authorized to anaoHnoeGEOROE GAftPximp psp oaudidateforthe df Ice of Sheriffi of Fulton County sub s ject to theDemocratic primary elec T tion to be held April Cth 1601 We are awtboriaed to announce Mr F I theIoffice of Sheriff of Fpltoa copnty r i isubjectto the ctIOl1otheDQmoCrat io prdmaryiApei1B1BOL 5a Fog CouNTY CLERK r f I We are authorized io announce S D i LCTEM as a candidate fbr reelection to the officetof County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary t telectiOB tobeheld 1th1001 i JF tWe are t orZedto announce Mr BwroKDaa acandidato for the i office of County Court Clerk subject rr to the action of the Democratic pri mary to be held April 0 190- 1trx I are autLovhsrlell 0 announce Anon Eo BRBVApOaallcantHdatofor the of 11 ice of CooHtr OtfuftTCIerk subject to the DenioeratiQ primary to be held 1 y j ApriU 1iOlq to J We are authorized to announce W M BACON Ma candidate for tho office of County Court ClerkI subjefct to tho action of the Democratic primary to 1 be held April 0 1801 rPOACOUNTY ATTORNEY i We are authorized to announce Mr l ENKY F RKMLKY aa a candidate l Hlthe office of Coanty Attorney sub sect to the Demoeratlo primary to be held ApdIO1001rI Hw1 ii- t agpr41 p UF FINE NEW Holiday Line of Rockers Just fa is the nicest by tur that we have ever shown in Ulckniau i tho perfection of tho Furniture makers art that will beautify any parlor or sitting room We want you to see our lino tho goods speak for themselves as do these prices FINE Mahogany finish Rocker an elegan t 0whereALL nnr 500 and p800 Rockers and we 75lineA handsome line of Willow Rockers in 50PricesALL 11250 Leather finished Rockers back and seats finely upholstered A frv r some splendid values at JLvfUU YOU should not tail to see my fine line of I iUchairsOH A full and complete line of Ladies Writing Desksi- n quorterEawedoak QOanywherei 50articleWe have enjoyedthe best patronage in tho history of our store the past for which we ore very grateful A straw shows which way the wind blews and jou can afford to go with tho crowds for theyre never all wrong Why dont you get OB I = G Tb COPJfTT JCOtili Wo are authorized to announce HIRAM KKJLBBT as a candidate for reelect lion for Jndgeof Fulton county court subject to action of Democratic pri mary of April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce JPMANESE as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action Of the primary to be held April 0 1901 ron ASSESSOR are to announce Tuos B LANHOU as a for the of fice of Tax Assessor subject to Dem ocratic primary to be held AprifeG to announce LVTIDCR WATSON as a candidate for tho officeI Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary to be held April 01001 W are authorized to announce Ar W ConUM as a candidate for the ofllco of Tax Assessor subject to the Democratic primary to bo held April 0 1001- We are to announce R A BROWOER as a candidate for the office ofTax Assessor subject to the action of tho primary to be heldI April 0 1001 We are to announce Don HENDIUCK sea candidate for the of lice of ABsessor of Fnlton Oou Ject to the primary to beI hold April G 1001 FOR JAILER We are to announce MR Jo NOOHO aa a candidate for ro election- to the office of Jailer of lalter conn ty subject to the primary to beheld April 8 1901 We are to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for tho of lice of Jailer of Fulton County sub ject to the action of tho primary to be held April 0 1901 WILE BACON In thy Issue Lithe of W M Bacon an a candidate for County Court Clerk Ho is for the plnco rind in the whole county there Is not a cleverer man or one who wouldI make a more and faithful1 officer 0BOB In this issue in tho of Bob a candidato for Coun ty Assessor Hois a lover man com petent for the place really needs tho helpful influence of friends and would make An honest faithful1 officer Harry Bryant Ohristmas week athis home in DINE Iron ed Beds The and nit complete stock of these goods ever bi tight to Hickman A greater variety k fleet from than over before and at ller prices Como and see them 600whereA 850tooI22CO and 2500 beds n ttr sold for loss 50haveH Little i Sarmoa In buying a couch you mild be careful to choose art ac and serviceable and well made for t poach receives OB much wear M say ot tr article of farm ture Our line is pur excellent Handsome MJO Couch special Holiday sale price d tn to 7 A 75more 1500aFull leather illI L t reduction yI and Oak Ffesh 1300 to 1400 See our new line of 1 Joltarrived this week 8Ia Democratic authorized candidate 1001We authorized authorized Democratic authorized tylubI Democratic authorized Democratic authorized Democratic announcement competent conscientious HENDRIOK announcement Hendrickas conscientious willspend ELEGANT name handsomest COD something 0I Bed nges FAVMahogany wA- N INDEPENDENT LINE A large petition has been voluntarily circulated in Hickman this week by the citizens of that town addressed to the West Kentucky Telephone Dom pany The petition asks this rrret in dependent company to establish and operate a line in Hickman and give iU former splendid connection with Fulton and the outside world The petition also begs that a public station be es tablished In the county court house The petitioners ask for immediate Ac Non by the company Having been formerly served bythe West Kentucky Telephone Company the citizens of Hickman know a good thing and want the service again Fulton Leader The Courier has Snot seen tho petition referred to bat there is no point with which Hickman had rather have close communication than Fulton Since the Hickman exchange passed into the hands of the Cumberland Telephone Co it has given our people equally 01 good service a broader Hold communi cation with morn places and no higher rates iI 1 IT GIRDLES Tilt 0LOBE IThe fame of Backlens Arnica Salvo as the best in the world extends around the earth IU the one perftt healer of Cuts Corns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons Aches Pains and I PileIHE HAD NOTHNIG TO SAY Wo ministers have many strange ex marriageceremonydan of Pontiac Mich Ono of the most curious in my experience occurred not long ago A large and heavy WQ man accompanied by a comparatively small and meek looking man had come ta and asked to be Married EVefy thing was regular aad the ceretoony was performed After it was over eke bride explained her position wfarmthis part of tho country and they are hired maR get him well broke lnto tho work around the farm and tho first thing you knpw ho quits the job and goes off to town or somewhere else I 1had a first class hand lost spring about as good as 1 over expect to got but just when the season got right busy he up aud quit mo I just made up my mind thall Wasnt going to be loft in the same fix this summer and ao hero we are Tho bridegroom in the caso aitriply stood and smiled meekly He had noth ing to say o painlessdentistss IQTSoven ears of corn and one largo of International Stock keep your house in better condition than ten cars of corq without It NEW LINE OF Nice Bed Room Suits If you saw our Btoik lust week you havent loon it all for wo have received several consignments of now goods within the but few days bought especially for the holi day trade- Quartered Oak and Mahogany Suits super 75Q0fromEverything in Dining Room FurnitureNow Sideboards the nicest line over yet shown 50qualityTables cheapest line in town Oannot be 5Qpriersfln EiGGiienl Line of Easels That ore certainly bargains at the prices wo offer them to you We ihow something artistic in this line Noto Our ex ceedlngly low laI- n White Mahogany and Bnullllan Dam hoareA lowpriCC1King has the furniture unit it mail go You Rotrichthereforecompetitor II L lei 11 STOallMbNBT3tVL FVAN7iSIMG HOUSE HB LUwlCocoburlfInd TABOUHCTTES Odr tablespoonful IrII0 H BLOWN TO ATOMS The old idea that Jho body sometimes needs a powerful drastic purgative pill has beeR exploded for Dr Kings New Life Ptila which are perfectly harmless gently stimulating liver and bowels to qxpel poisonous matter cleanse tho sys tem and absolutely cure Constipation dnd Sick Ueaaacho Only 250 at Cow gills drug store f Dividend We 20 ThoBow of Directors of the JIIck man Bank this day declared a semi aa nual dividend of eight 8 per cent payable January 1st 1001 cK WCJOHKSOX Cashier t3f We have lust returned from mare let puyinfa large line of liuggies and HarneM We Save now on hand some pft our belt IJIrtie of Buggies that we wI11 you a barxtln In to make room for new stockLRlJElt k Co- SNoonecanreasonvbly I hopkfoc goodI h ikh unless his bowels more once each day When this is attended to disorder If the stomach arise billions new headache dyspepsia and piles soon lollpw ItydwwB to avoid these all tsbuta kOp your bowoU regular by tak lag OhamberlaiHs Sto Mh sad Liver requiwd They are so ofIfeetQauTho finest lino of Patent Leather 8lfei1eVlr shown in the city at DiiA TV 8 T0 HAVE GOOD TEETH j iVlseswflttal that you take good caro of ItAlttlo care now and youll never regret it years to come workr0mark our professional services aa 1U tUetlr superior aad satisfactory Noth tog too difAcmlt for oar skill OkargW that are riot with pleasure ll Drs McFALL DJSMUKES y t LqA I C WEDDING 1PRESENTS So many marry aowadays about Christmas Sane of your frieda ffiay be the happy onesthis year Why not favor them with a hanbota article of household furniture from our flue stock f Hero ia Stir iumcaie stock we show some of the most desirable tgltts you could make You neednt pay two prlces when you gut itheregat almost cost THE PROOF j Of good goods inI shown by our con maartIlatbJ f1 anything by trading with as for all our w goal are gQaranteod Hd we make ev err promise good Isnt that fair Ask your neighbors shoat M theyll toll you we are reliable If you call and see our good and prices youll be con viucedof this tact WE ASK A SHARE OF YOUB PATRONAGE- On the merits of our furniture that once tested will wake you a steady customer at the Big Furniture Xmpo rIm Our stock of Rockers Morris lazy mans chain divans ottoma s CtoIJ the delight of every true lover of homo comfort and elegance Nothing in oar line Ls cheaply mad bat Is M null Untlal as more expensive Furni ture e SOMETHING Equally as good Iis what tht office seeker is offered when be u tarsd down Something equally u good III what you lUG offered when you go to the wrong store to buy One furniture Each article In our stock It up to the standard Inasmuch as workmanship finish and the superior quality of the material la concerned and then too pricea are rea tooable for we are going to divide pro Its with you WE DELIVER ALL GOODS SOLD S S IfF a R- CHRISTMAS GENTLEMEN5 = I 111 NECKWEAR MUFFLERS Handkerchiefs SUSPENDERSUMBRELLAS In the Clothing Department a- tAMBERGS DONT WAIrUNTIL TOMORROW Now is the Time and Our Store is ihe Place to Buyy Dozens of presents will be given away absb lutely free Give up your trade and help the little folks et the prizes Every little helps H WILSONS BOOk STORE w I t p I ii J 1rTT I i 7-ifrr1 a 1 1Ijwi I TLIt i1 I k HOLIDAY GIFTS IN FURMiIiREth I 1 Gifts that give service that give lasting pleasure and tighten homes These arc the sort of Christmas presents suggested by us this week Y Chiffoniers at 2000nnd 1650f4 f Our exhibit at these Qgure are two beautiful SImples of highgrade cabinet wrktllsnehilshaped fronts hruKlJcarvcd ornamentation piauo polish finish in solid Sideboards 800 and up oekiv fc Small size big valve in sideboards in this showing Other prices in quarflrfgawed oak piano polishedj that would Please the most fastidious dining room furnisher 3 9F N 3 Bookcase and Desk 2050 Real1 Mahogany vM- i Jr i The exquisite workmanship rich elegaBW anti usefulness off this home beautifier would be the adla ratios of your friends I I Childs Rocket Just like mamasevery kind I y a Jt Rockers tend Dining Chairs tt rI With now fancy embossed cobblers seat Youll want then ifif you tee thenjfV efi i ij Bennett Patent Roller Seat Rockerf1 fciV1 in Oak or Mahogany piaao polishnewest fad isi chairs Willow Rockers Center Tables Dining Tables and Chairs Lou ges Couches Enameled Beds Enameled Folding4ron Beds Hall Trees Hall Trees Tabourettes Jardiniere Stands Elegant Useful and Ornamental STEPHENS snvEiiraaj B Opcn Every Night Helpersit rIh lura tB 7 t 1Locil1 and Personal 0 u 1 Christmas gift No P3 trekMjiiVft v4 f Yani t alga City SundRY 0 1 Gregory of Padueah w w in the city Monday Bhorlff BtuhblcfloldliMgono to Prank tort tooettfn fuU with the State for bit year a texts Mlt and Lhn Shnw visited friends In- UnlonCllySundAy Drew Lutpn of Bowling Green Was hero this week j gftfeo Kings big Furniture i ndaud J read it card UI Mr Wll Bacon vlnhcd his eUtor at Woodland Mills Sunday vkst ited his cousin Circuit Clerk and other friends this week Ll lIendtrade A flying trip to Pa ducah Sunday on bualncsw Dine Johnson of Fulton win down Monday on R business tripI trAil work guarnntce1 for jifo by MoFAU DISMUKKS thopainlotw+ don tuw a Wo wish tho leaders of tho OOUUIKR a mery Chrtatntas and happy New Year dPoflltlvcly all work dodo withou- pain McFxtlL 4 DISMUKBS tho pain 1weI denllsta Mr Lcn Scott of SU Loubi In visitingr hla relatives Mr and tin R E Millctt I XSuTceth detracted positively with J out pain MoFALL DifiMUKM Mr F It King tho man reporta tho largest sales thoJatt week in tho his I tory of his buslhosf and nttribntcs hisI HUCCCM to tho Conrlcro publicity of billI goods As an evidence of bas confidence t in tho paper M an ndvorllaltiK niodlnm ho this week tabs larger itpaco hi our colnniH Wo refer you to his ad oleo I where for low pnces on holiday goods = COUGH MED ICI NJE SJ COLD 1UESS 1 f a ChiLl4TONIC1 A- Corn LL KINDS AT ill Cow i11t i3 DRUG STORE j plenty of room while the trnUII1 tie nations are crowdedcrowd r cities crowded governments crowd e learned inntltutloni the populatl crowded packed In between the l1rt nets and the Alp packed In betwe the English channel and the AiJrlat YeA on our continent plenty of roon Eight million square mile In Nor Amerlcn and all but one eventb cable of rich cultivation Implying Vhl fertility and commerce Four bail pouring their waters Into the Atlant I II taolflc Arctic and Gulf of Mexic When I bear a man expretilng the ftll n that this country Ila going to be crow s ed I know Jght away he has not b L Mr Store SUihr has purchased the- nlivery stable of A A Fart ok Goo and will continue Uie buHinesn at MM old stand Al1 Penn the popular and hue tling yonntt llvorrtnao will continue in full shay all bumncwi of the now firm ahdthis of Itself is sufficient guar IUllco that every patron of the stable will rocolvo the same coarteoBS aad prompt attention and good service that characterized the old firm Mr Stahr wishes to state to kts friends and pa trans that AI will spare no pains in cerving them promptly and efliclontly as heretofore ATTEND TO NOWHantl subxcription to tiny newspaper or mapII zine to us Wo will do the rest j m WILSONS BOOK Stony A ftrttUttflv Mr Editor tottight on license petition lu lmet Issue While tho W C T trara ready and willing to light this curse we prefer the sterner sox do this work aa they did la this instance When the better claw of voting citizens learned that a petition was before the Jade thor called a meeting organized a club elected a chairman aud appointed a committee to see oriel signor of said petition and reo quest htm to withdraw his signature For mast of time they could not ses all of them but the largo majority of those soon withdrew their uamos Tho ladles woro invited to hear the decision of tics judge and wo rejoice in that dechloa Wo thank tho lawyers and committee who so nobly hold the fort We believe the temperance sentiment islgrowing Hickmnn so the few Belfreapecuag men who might be tndaced to sign lech a petition will hesitate before arraign lug themselves oa the aide of wleoss WOTU Christmas candies for sale by Miss BEULAH BOOOHEK The Knights of Honor will hold their regular biweekly meeting tonight in their hull over CowglUa drug store This Iis tho only order in town that holdd regular Reelings having missed only two meetings siuco the epidemic of 1878 HTFlfty little folks are working for rites at Wilsons Book Store Help them by bringing their cards to us and snakIng your purchases from our beauti ful stock WILSONS BOOK STORC Doctor Jim return cdy 3torday from Mayflekl Miss Mignonette Lightuer after a twoweeks visit to Miss Bessie Case reo- turllcd to hor home In St Lottldololday goodbookHave you seen our stock- WILSONS BOOK STORK irKIng Is giving some low priees Dont miss hia fiplenuld offers 01 LOOKING FOR HOLIDAY QQDS- n Want Something f Cheap and Usfeult tlf so doat fall to see 9CHLENKER for best Solid Gold Jewelry Rlu s Diamonds R atch Clocks Sterling Silver Novelties Toilet Sots Real Ebonr Brushes etc etc T V r T J J Ustove Boards Stove Pipes i t HEATING STOVES itr Just received a large upfylyl of Hit f II tug Stove coal and Wood Gail and see them Also remember we are sole agents I for the famous 2 t r I WILSON NEATER oj J willrNo smoke no ashes less woodand more heat than any other stove made It Como nodsee them L P W S ELLISONI JUCoil Vases d Coal Scuttles ar V A It- V o Bubbling With Style Newness and Beauty Are our otferiags for thus weeks trade ia the furnishing goods de partment Yon are especially invited to look or to bay to compare to criticise Yoalf powlbl find some itew that will fit yoar fancy aad appeal to yon aa jutt what you want We have staplouily labored to make it so AMBERGS IiJIt costs money to advertise Do you suppose If I didnt haye something good to offer you Id be be paying for newspaper space L L Kma FurltureI Dr J N Minetree of Ark iIs vteitlag bis skater ParacouJtIj j Jla1NIf ORANGES California MxleaBFlorlda Oranges Christmas Candies Raisins Currants Citron Almonds CocoaaaU Extracts Niece Meat Mixed Nuts Apples Lea lFill Dates EVERYTHING FRESH AT ELLISONS GROCERY Two Dellveilea Telephone 11- 0RE 9 CONVINCED- Of I the fact thatjthe Union City Steam Laundry for white people only fa the amTbybringkag yosr laundry to me Basket leaVH Thursdays t TUIR Bzsur At Courier Office S 5 FOR THE BEST i I- NCtOCICtImSII Y Go where they all go wlw want FRESH QQOD8 at the LOWEST P IOU TO Rogers Threlk ldf 7PTC DATE CUROOKRT1 1 WITTINOS OLD STAND Goods Delivered Frt Clinton StreetS Telepkose 74 LEDFORD RAHDLE Groceries Fresh Msate Hardware QueenswareM r Hay1 Oats Bran Lime and Cement IWWeoarry everything usually found in a gratclaw Groaery aad M pains will be spared to pleas our customers Our motto is WOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try ttto Clinton Street Telphone 6 Gooda Promptly DallvMtd 1rWhleiteyfermarks to Wke1i1 yoa receive It ad tee if it is Mt 7 ra it at my aad will yon TkY k most liberal offer and await you orders W g WIBMTI1 THOUSANDS SENT INTO Every year a largo number of suffer ers whoso lungs are sora and racked with aro urged to KO to another cli mate But this if costly and not al ways sure Dont be an exile Dr Kings Now Dtscovoy for Consumption will cure you at home Ita the most infallible medicine for Coughs cold and all Throat and lung diseases on earth The first dose brings relief As result from persistent use Trial bottles free at Uowgill Cow UIs Price OOo and 100 Every bottle guaranteed ifaJFrcsh Oysters always on hand at Canner se 10Seo Stephens fine RockII eni Fresh Oysters always on hand at CoruthcrH fSg For your Christmas EGONOU unliTttomo of that Old Gold Whisky from W R Webster Union City Tenn 1 Everything m Furniture at low eat prices ut Stephens 1ST A largo assortment of Vln1er Hug gy Robes at E E REEVES Jk Gos They will give you a Bargain In something good in that line IQrHot CJamBoulllon at Cowgills ieCall on Stephens Smith Open every night elegant line of Quo holiday goods lamps queensware glassware etc at lowest prices consistent with good values at Threlkelds AMONG the tens of thousands who have used Chamberlains Rem edy for colds and lagrippo during the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has in pneumonia Thoa Whittleld Co 210 Wabash Ave Chicago one of the most prominent re tall druggists in the city in speaking 01 this says We recommend Chamber lame Cough Remedy for la grippe In many cases as it not only gives anti complete recovery but also coun teracts any tendency of In to re sult in pneumonia For sale by Cow gill Cowgill Hicktnan and A M Shaw State Line Farm for Sale Containing 110s acres all cleared and under fence neighborhoodand road in Mud Crock o known as the R W farm Good house orchard and took range For terms 01apply to R- Tke D KOPM Moscow Ky Best A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains PaIn Balm and bound to the affected parts Is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or la the tide or chest give it a trialand you are sure to be more than pleased with the prompt relief it afford Pain Balm also cures tiara Oae application give relief For sale by Cowgill Line Hideaway and A M Shaw State d TO TIE PVIUC I am engaged inJ title linei of biHBtaa at Union TM and carrjiat all three- a larre aad well at took ef GeM and Pore Whiskey as well aa all etkci goods Iia that line and reapeetfully solicit TRIAL ORDER W R WEITE indicate contents it Mfttob- i rat expense 1 refund WOO a I EXILE coughs when Smiths Smiths rjTAn Rogers Cough resulted prompt grippe Eaaley 12H4t Plaster rheuma r City aorted a Haw to Care reap AraseLttaDachoesberklua Cough ReM the Jmtmedicine I have ever used It is a fins childrens neverfails astheaftertheprevent the attack This ahesld W CewtkRemedyI r we as soon aa symptoms appear Vet sale by OowBlllwgul1Iteksaaa ud A K Shaw State Line Notice to the Fltrl tri tgslhthistuna the cblarket eeieeWeShantonew Iateet reproved Fairbanks teIIIaMwill Yehfa office at the scales We will be remembered uppricesseasons T rhaukiug von for put patronage antollcitl areVeryMORQA Hast UKAIM Oo- UaioaCity Teaa JUST RECEIVED A nice lot of Tailor ade Dresa Skirts and lTeIbroUKhlower than ever sold in the market Call and see them 2t H 0 AMBBM A DEER MI8TEST enduteBaokacheSleeplessness Melancholy Fainting sad Dizzy Spells when thousands have pro ed that Electric Bitters will ewe seek troubles I suffered for years with kid icy trouble writes Mr Phoebe Oker ley of Peterson Ia and a Ue Mete myselfbuti it i r f Jand old Ia aWetdo rnv own housework It evereenea cant aatioe improvef appetite ftlvee perfect health Only 600 at Cowgill owgilra drag store BguWeare golag to sell these sag glee on hand at some price If you want a iiargain now ta your chance Call at once and we will prove what we ear we- do we do do E K RIKVM dk Co i CTRlng Bhoae 74 Unclel Jaeka1 rOt nice tewUr roast or steak deliver ediaarpieylliaferl AI aerir IIa 1If you wwt kieve JitaetJmI say come and e04k rte are AtetatMtlyerPlated Contractor Wallaeeet tAieji rtiii mpleting a fine restMele Mr AV hur Shaw at State Liae iff Rev It i1 Era will prea k at Alt Hermoa the fifth Sunday in this month at 11 oekxjk a IB KM alto at night AllinvfUd M ri1 c Tr f r I F 11 ZdErI vthztlthEAR ulster Santy Claus O8 two little boys In blue- An we thought we write a letto- tore Chrltm1- com 8 to you IlYelive here with our parents in a hells- I ate painted Teen An of all the boys at ask fer toys were the boat you ever seta i An iof waUJiquBhWd s tell you jut wkat Tb brnTs cos we Know at you have a heap to do an busy i na kin bel 0 iWeknow yuura hHchln up your team ant I purty oon jouH leave An there things Is then all we wantthe ailon CHrlimua Evo v k drumsklu An ablate at wont do any sums An a Hobby lion You kin ride across t All tilQ M bail to tort An a atepmer boat tAke the onea alrfloatq ASa wagon hitched to a llllly Goat An tops to spiny lniaicllmbln monkey drOll d Intln 1 1AnAn two toyRun Like the Joness ones An a railroad tralnat winds an rune t An a sllcHnslerf Ale painted red An a bren new llUlerundlo bed Horns whistles drums t Anrutrgnt tT- h8ring all youve got when Chrlsmus comes t We the thought that wed tell you col much to do Ant all thelittle boys an girls la wrltln ouWe might forget IJB vrMln youre hltchln up to leave But them things Is thcs all we want thet 1 4 allon Chrlsmus Ever rank L Stanton In Atlanta Constitution gym T WAS very allly of me to faint Mrs Mcrjle said tremulouslyand quite aa silly for you alltosend for a doctor I never dfcipuch a thing in my life before It just seemed like everything went alt on a udden I haint been rale strong k some way fpr a lunge timeV No Dr Temple nnsweredrfquietly 1haiwithI thrashin and the like theres a sight I dont see why I have this now just at Christmas 11ropllrd fukegng bddf on I I Irr the sewing machine piled high with t yourtt grinding and snapping thread should speedrr i s Why that wouldnt be very smart in me sir to wear it out I should t 6111p the thing I meanI Your old wornout body bids you be ware Jm not going to give you any t ttmedidnev You need reStabsolute I r Jrest I advise you to accept the good I cheer of the season leave home and t xtakea vacation F Four solemn young faces turned blankly to the stern one of the man of science Mother leave home Tack Joe Jim and Jerry diminutives If Ifandi Jacqueline Josephine Jemima and the Merry JTJR grasped r the situation at once and realized its hopelessness It IIn all very well for R rich man to prescribe rest ana change but another matter to follow lI his advice when the purse in flabby and family caret crying with n voice piti s t ners of Mrs Ierrlesl mouth Oh fix me out a little quinine lIft Jtor or calomel Yon know I cant leave hpniej Christinas Iff here and the poor children have been slay- Ing away rat their hooks and must I rightIp- hs f casn and arose When you col lapse ngnin lie said coldlyI you had better call nnfither doctorone who will give calomel t of Jerry youngest of the Jays hadold been standing remorsefully by her mothers chair I know what Dr Tempe thinks she said valiantly ncthlll If you cannot restwithI groWnup daughter your case is Youtmi follow the advice tilt shall have his vocation sir Spoken like a miiiiL the doctor itliKWcrcd heartily Jerry wore her hair cut close and walked and talked with n slight ftvaggfer Take care of her mothers are not a drug in the market IwllI go now good iluy uleud 1 hope to see roBes on tlioce cheeks before sprng comes Vhati a very unsure maul the r atmm her cxc1nlntd drailng weakly t a Imi 4 against UK 1pillow Why did yam send for hunf girth 1 lecause Jerry nmwced rising E tp The height rIclfaccusAtIon be iiivu me wo needed some one to tell s how cIflBh we are In School every ono if usnuta soul to give ymi a hands turn jVnd hrincnttonrah- wtt a remorseful groluIu vaca quiltsiMnd very pretty they were too the mnttcr with1mrprei1WJluta mlalnht1 4 SIP course not lint were guilty i sift wipe SIu HhuH fiuvelier vn I cationwhat dtESouinlay fitrJe f t j tt- S a yi i s Christmas or nee Christmas was theverdictLast Jim remarked gravely I went oil to Cousin Vics and kept my hands white Its maa turn now But ma aint ngoln to your Cousin Vies Mrs Mcrrio announced resolutely 1 I Mas again to stay right here I see me anskin your poor pa moneyI frowneper and talk it over Joe said sobers ly You lie still and rest Ma was nothing loath It was very pleasant lying there In the twi light watching tho shadows clasp hands and dance along tho rafters Even the odor of camphor suggestive of illness did not trouble tier The room grew very quiet She was n little girl again out in her fathers boat hunting pond lilies when Jim patted her hand Heros your toast and tea moth er she said shaking her n little Take it now while its hot Weve talked it all over with pa and have decided about your vacation You arc to have one We will take you off tomorrow Luxurious idleness pre vented argument Wellslle said fumbling with the cup How white the lilies are Well yes helplessinThey would i let her prepare the morning meal and it wad a novel sensation to lie and listen to the cheerful sounds from the kitchen Joe sang as she hustled about and came in presently an open valise in her hand Im packing your things mother rha announced Its just awful to discover how few things you have to packl Why didnt you remind us you need clothes sometimes But Jim and I are cast in your mold weve hunted you out some of our things Im go Ing to give you my red merino wrapper to lounge in- Land sakes I think youalls gone stark starin mad Mrs Merrle protested petulantly YotP cant send me off against my will I reckon And where U there to go toand money to pay for a trip anyhow Joe nodded brightly Never your BEn COZY I mind Mrs Mcrrle this is our little affair Weve arranged for the nicest boardingplace where you can enjoy tho first quiet Christmas of ylr mar ried life As to the money well your board is paid Pa says you may stay as long as you want to I reckon youall will have your own way the mother grumbled The money must come out of poor Jacks hard earnings or your pa make u sacrifice You might tell me where Im going anyhow And I wonder if your royal highness and his majesty Dr Temple and his grace John Mer rlc will let me take my knittin rtknoyour fine company Joe smiled an she tucked Jcises halfflnibhed sock into the grJp Oh yes you can take it There wont be company though we what you to rest Jj And whatever is to become of the workand the sewing and my bless ed1 ba hIJon is no babya great slxycar boy Its a pity ma if we cant take care of things This U your medicine and you shall take if If ye have to hold your nose There now t want to get you ready Pa In bring ing up the cart Mrs Merrie submitted herself in resigned silence There was a taint of affectation in her resistance for un der all was a lurking sense of pleas tire Well why not accept the rest and change There come times In our lives when it Is profitable to hide from our dearest Joes soft touches on her head smoothed out the worrywrinkles from a prematurely aged brow By the time Mr Merrie came in she could answer the twinkle in his eye lie was a goodhumored giant who In sublime unconsciousness and with the best intentions In the v Jd had trodden on her heart for 20 eara Come on old lady I he said shrug ging into its overcoat Well be rid of you and yer falntin specs in n jiffy Wrap her up warm girls it aint none too pleasant abroad Not that mothers one o ycr dcllky carry tMngum1bob lIeltjpit I e JIlt r f was driven off ataattlhigpeel ai it saw the old house dissolve into t general gray Nature hind turn i Quaker this day and gray woe t t only color she wore The fog hu r low dropping tears Not a picasa ir day yet a sense of exhilaration cal t to her It was a novel sensation be driving thus without so muchI a chicken or a basket of eggs as i excuse There was almost the lIi1I of wickedness to make her rl t memorable Thcrea old MarkVs n111 Jol s observed checking the horse 0 a likeused r the old mill is If that was i place He rambled on cheerfully Mi Merrlo scarcelyI heard Tho dim Ion I scapu wns like n picture seen in chit V hoodsoftshrouded unreal yet de r cately beautiful She drew a aba i sharp breath Why do we live i hard 1 she faltered Lookout 0 i plensQthingsl i Well I dunno he answer l Git long Pokeeasy Dyo rock a were in such a rush to glt wo cat stop and run on past The ride was a long one We t goln to meet Christmas John i marked with a wink If she dot hump herself well be at headqu tern afore she give started 1 But and by visions of dinner and a fit tilde appealed to him coaxingly a the decided Christmas might find i way unattended quto the hoi f into a trot and after awhile thoT ro i grew familiar Mrs Merrie held h r I I peace till they were fairly in the in t leading bornejj j Have you anything ptit jI John helped her down carefully ni c I I set her grip on the horseblock N i j i a bit of iU he answered heartil I started with the best little worn I in the world and have fetched ba t ever bit of her Heres ycr board I house missus board paid in advance The noise of their arrival broug r four rosy young facts to the do r Jack the oldest Jay run inughf j to tho gate and kissed her mqtli t on the cheek Our new boarder she said taking the valise Cu i BEFORE FIRS I right ins I hope yore will like us loft enjoy your vacation These nre my sisters Josephine Jemima and Jerusha Im Jack Come in here and layoff your wraps This is mag room when shes home Over there iIs your eittingroom Are you much tired or cold Mrs Merrie was a Jay herself as capable of enjoying a bit of delicate humor as the rest of them So this was the solving of the problem the nothingtShefirst laugh that they might not wit ness the passing of the swift storm gtntlehabitNo I am neither cold nor tired she said after that fause I am sure I shall like my boarding house If you thinkIf you truly beHere my board is paid chorusftliYou whlsplrcdtenderJ youhaveHere Jerry pushed determinedly to the front I am to attend you maam she sold Your board bill includes service If the young ladles and the big maleJay will picane to clear out Ill take off your damp clothes and make you comfortable1 praylikewiseI slippers The new boarder sank hue urlously into the big rocker common Ily occupied by one of the girls andf warmthOppositej wonderhiglyI oldII woman although it had exchangee the crude pink of youth for the in definable delicacy if maturity The I n1outIquished From one new thought to another roomhadshamssosthedow little loving touches everywhere i Sitting there so quietly she grew co sclous of Jesses black eye nppllfdlte the crack of the door ntd further sur vey revealed his little butterfly kite iiI hunt up LOT her dllghtTli lump in her throat lad climbed so high site hadnt voice left to titanic Joe for the cup of co lice which wsh to drive out the cold Dinner was substantially a failure artistically a success Tho big mule Jay made ft wry mouth over the sal low bread nnd soggy potatoes but his mate hnd no criticism to offer To I her it was n glorified lens for she ate and drunk the fruits of her labor icr children love poured back into the emptied measure of her life lllchJerrJI I accepted the blessedness of Vest Dreams overtook ller I Climbed over the window sill es caping into the fair lost laud of child hood Through the whole afternoonI time slept nUll the little house hushed itself as though life or death were at Issue Even Jesse never once hal looed or stamped his boots or whis I tied for whloh unprecedented good behavior Jack gave him a penny nnd drew n long chalk mark on the smokehouse door I Early next morning tantalizing little odors began to sneak into the apartments of the now boarder Now site was sure it was turkey now it seemed to bo mint pie and hot cake Then she remembered it wns Christmas eve and rolled up her knitting decisively The dear girls she thought They 11 burn up and spoil everything they undertake Theyll not be sorry to have mammy back in the kttch cnlDui she had reckoned without htr IDut The door between her And the kitchen was locked and when the attempted tho diningroom entry Jack stopped her decidedly at the threshold II beg your pardon site said thoIdeed we dont mean nay Incivility but we just cant hue our boarders chit teeing up the kitchen on busy days- i and will take it as a favor If youll go lack to your own quarters and get ready for a little outing You havent seen your old crony Mary Ann Crlggs since she moved aWAY have you Jer ry wants to drive yon down there InII the cart to spend the dny Mn ferries eyes lighted with pleas nre Well really she admitted If you womb let UH help you al1 I should like to see Mary Ann powerful well I realty should enjoy to go I Jerry brought her back in the early twilight and hustled her off to bed AndII again sleep brought its healing I I Christmas morning clime In witJi soft I unsanrialed feet Alt the earth was wrapped In thown Ittenets of snow The i heist child was born anew and the great Mother tenderly In the hours of darkness had spread her softest coverlet abeut Ills feet j Four bright yed faces with Jesse below and the big maleJay above I lmuIt4nlIabout1of j Merrie up from among JJer blankets Wen I never she ejaculated I reckon thin is the first Christmas you all ever caught ma dnappin 1 aint pot no Christmas for you wither think of that Nev r mind Jesse soothed Wove gotbut Joe had hint by the shoulders and shook hit mouth shut I There would have bun Instant war then iut weli Jese knew what he knew and the balance of power re mained unmistakably with the girls The diningroom door remained obi stinately locked alV day Breakfast wu eaten In time snug Httlb kitchen dipper served In state In the parlor There were no guests at all save od Granny Woods a half blind pauper who always presented toonsolf on rec ognized holidays and was served with the Lest tbofttmptll1themselves King Gobbler had yielded to time Inevitable and more lovely In death than n life adorned the center pf a generous feast A rcglar blow put as Jesse expressed it and there were no failures this time The energy and talent of the whole amily of Jays minus its head went to the making of a success so brllliruit as to mark nn epoch Just see what youall can dol Mrs Me ale said over nnd over hercyis bright th pride Why I cant hold a candle to such cooklu us this But the day was to to crown Itself with greener laurels Euch year since their infancy she had planned surprises for them now had come the hour to reverse the story When the lamps were lit they took her Into tho dining room where a handsome tree gleamed with light and color The foot that there were more candles tinsel paper and popcorn balls than presents did not detract from Its beauty Behind it on the wall was the legend Mothers Christmas wrought In evergreen Mpthcrsnt down in the big new rocker cushioned with one of Jerrys con sciencestricken crazy quilts and yield ed to tcarn Mother Jack said tenderly kneel tug beside her our selfishness viis un intentional we didnt know we were driving you to death In our hurry to get an cjlHcntion WP forgot Y1 n know my poor little pay an eonnCty schoolteacher barely dremes us but J cnn tee my way plain to hire help for you While we nre at school You belie we love you dont you mother Yes she answered huskily Yes yes Whoever Doubted 1t1 And Ioh what does anything matter no we tact other loveII i St this sweet Christmas paused memory nnd shone there a rainbow I promttie that time fluol should tn more i Engulf one mothers soulM ward Sheppard In Ladies World New York r y fllCRCtlOB Just to round out your full epmrJI Bieut of Christmas hnppln u con tribute a bit Of Christmas or the ooor t 8U LouU 7apubJttic r I J H I d r = q ttl rlfi iFf tI4fit4Pttti4 1STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I ITHE INAUGURATION nor Hrnkhnm Takes IIU Meat Ior the Hrninlnlnir Three Years of the Present Term frankfort Ky Dec 12Oov J Co- W Dcokhnm was inaugurated Tuesday for the remaining three years of the present term an governor Nearly all of the state militia and many vis lUng political clubs Including tin Duckworth club of Cincinnati unit civic societies were in line Tho city was gnyly decorated in honor of the event nnd a vast throng of people witnessed the ceremonies Perfect December weather marked time day and the festivities wound up Tuesday night with the conventional Inaugural bull which has been n fea ture of the Inauguration in this state for many years nnd el whtoh the elite of the Btnte were In attendance Gov Beckham In his Inaugural address among other things said 1 ly inauguration at this time In con wqiirtw of the election held Novwnlxr 6 does not mean any change from the course pursued In the executive depart meat of the state since the M of last February when upon the death of Oev etrceuntilThe best Mrvic that 1 can render my party will be In giving the rtato a clean and honest administration of Us executive affairs In n uplrlt of fairness and tolerance with no filing of parti san hate or malice with the sincere de sire to remove as far as possible alt trio lion and III feeling from nrnnns our pea ple and to restore as much as I can atnonc them an era of fraternity and prosperityIet all forget tho bitterness engendered by political strife clasp hands as Kentuckian and shoulder to shoulder tuudmarcoursorwarddinoptheuueeolfRus effort to develop Its material And moral welfare The respective rights of capital and labor should be justly and equitably protected by wise and conservative Ira station You see hero a large part of the state iMltia reorganised la the last few months and placed upon a footing of meloncy that makes It a credit to the state I want to say too however that while It shall be our policy te keep the state guard In a firstclass eeadllton the M1nndination to the civil authorities and shell never be called Into active service ex eept as a last resort In carrylm out the decrees of Judicial tribunals The court roust be respected the laws must be en forced and llfft liberty and property- should be as sate from one enl of ie commonwealth to the other as they are anywhere rise en earth No sectional feclme among the pea pie oCt tho amae hAUld exist arj th pit of punivhraent liar more to oJ tb1 theoritventin tf crlra than the severity I have faithfully and earnestly en ile vore 1 to perform the duties of the of nee IB accordance with my oath and for the best Interests of the rommonwenlth Tn refiTe Invoking the aid of Almighty Clod and appealing for support to the responsive hearts of chivalrous Kontueklans I assume the duties of thin office with the prayer upon my lips that you shall never have cause to regret this day and that no act of mine as your chief executive shall over deserve your lust censure INSTANTLY KILLED tie A Louisville Gravedigger Wee Mhet Through the llmrt While Alioslntr Idle lawlly Ixjulsvllli Ky Dee 17 William Ellemian n gravedigger nt Cnvu HIII cemilcry was shot and Instantly killed nt his home 731 Coke street Sunday night The Identity of the man who fired the hot Is not known but William NVwrad and John Imircr wilt had left nil house only n fety minutes before arc miHiwctctl The shooting IH the result of n quarrel between the dead man and tits wife They began quarreling early Sunday evening nnd it in said Unit NrWrud and Pearce who were visiting Mrs KHcrmnnH daughter Miss Nellie MunrTiart took time purl of the wom en This angered Ellcnnan find he ordered the men to leave the place This they did niter which Kllcrman began abusing the girl Finally Mho was forced to leave the house mak ing her exit through time front door with Kllcrman in pursuit She ran down the street screaming When Kllerninn reached flit gate a shot rantr out and lie foil dead the bullet having pierced his heart Mrs Kller tuna said Sunday night that she did nub believe tier liunhand had been shot by cither Newrad or Pearce Htnnllpox nt the Aoylnni HopkiiiHvllle Ky Dec 17wowolldcllncil eases oif Hinallpox have developed among tho colored patients at tats WcHicrn Jamntlc tiHylitin mad steps have been taken to prevent its spread Stricken While Irrnchlnir Pwlucali Ky Dec lrter Harper of Janvillf Ky who Is here condiiut n revival Hireling at tho Second ling church wins stricken vertigo while delivering n ills course fulling while ul the middle of hU SlrmonIA Clinnrc lar toward Jrankfort Kyt Dec ILTim JIow nnlV nttornoyn secured a continu mien In the court of appeals Friday and hl3 case will not be heard till tonic etntIn January when the new court flat been prgunlaeU RACING EVENTS ew LnnUvllle Jockey Clah Makre AnnuiiiireMirnt of n Vutnher of Stakes to Clue January n I yLouisvillenounecd the following stoker t0 dose January 8 1U01 I IprinK Mrrtlna iBOt ytQIIj be UOO of which 200 to second nod 2100 to third Pour furlongs tOo1l1Ii toIj I vcoond and loo u third Four nnd a bait furlongs hit Juvenile stakes a uelllng nwutjpKtakoii for yenrold The value of the rare to IHJ 1550 of which 200 to second nnd 100 to I furlongThe M for 3yetiI olds that have not won a Btv HTp trtlni or two races prior to the clewing of the stakes The value of the race lo be 1300 of whluh 200 to second and 100 to third Six awl a half furlongs The Turf Congress handicap for 3yearolds and upward I2COO added of which 300 to second and fl50 to third Mile and onesixteenthT- ime Frank Fehr stakes a selling sweepstakes for Syearnjlda anti upward The value of the race to be 21300 of which 200 to spconil and 100 to thlnl One mile sirlag fiteetlag I5e2 The Kentucky Derby for 9jrrar olds foals of 1809 Time value of tin stakes to IMJ 0000 of which 700 to second and 100 to third One mile and a quarter The Kentucky Oaks for 3yearold IJIIIe foals of 100 The value of the stakes to be 1000 of which 300 40 second and SIlO to third Ore Nd onesixteenth miles The Nursery stakes n sweepstakes- for 3ynarolds foals of 1WXJ Qiinr nntctil value 6000 of whloh 700 to second and P00 to thlnl Your and onehalf furlongs In addition to the nlnve pekes there will be run at the spring meet intrjAnrii 20 to May 111 the JCi Derby WOOO Clark KtMkm r and Krntneky Oaks 1000 ATyA FUNERAL llrnd Mmtd Wife and nrnthrr fore Family Hurl In N Sloe way Sfrnr ll i ftlnvllte j klnsvillr Ky Dee I3 Helun ionic from tIlt burial of Thomas or at Vaughn Chapel the III attached to the carriage dong Mrs Iarver widow of thin do I F M Price a brotlierht law liraI 1ricp a sister took fright an oil upsetting time vehlole and irovmg the occupants violently to tilt gVound Price who Iin 70 years old btMatno entangled In fist ilnni Miff was dragged M ynnls Ife U fatally Injtirod Mn1 Carver had her right arm broken and wan internally Injiir cd She will probably die SHOT TO DEATH John Parker Apparently Isnnrr4 m- mOrrfer of the Mmnllpn C bard land ISMM Klllrrt Wllllamsbnrg Ky Des 15 John 1nrkey of IM Follettr who was re turning tome from work won who Anti Instantly killed while pawing through the gnarl line of that town Ln Follette hiss been quarantined for some weeks owing to tnnllpox and guards were stationed around lie- tmert Inrkey nppurrntly Ignored the order of loam Stern Adklnn and ho tints his revohvr andI fired An Ilnlnebr NHIItrJMayklng Ky Dee a Letcher county teacher of note hUii 13 indictments ngninnt him In the cIr- cuit court One is for riding trough the court house and shooting right and left When intoxicated lie IU a non of Join W Craft circuit court clerk nnd stands well in society Miunllpox at l xlitstou Lexington Ky Dec 17 Seventeen cases of smallpox are now at limn local penthouse line the disease scouts toII be spreading rapIdly A white child J who has been attending tits ndiooU lion been stricken L XA Murder Cam en the Dorkrt Mayklng Ky nee 16Time Perry circuit court Iin in session this week r ui Hazard For the first time In the county history there is not a mur der vitae on the docket Girls Terrible Drnth HayJcravillc Ky Dec 13Marga ret Tlnsley aged 22 was Htnndlng before an open grate when her ijjoth ng became Iijrnitcd inflicting fnthl injuries The Cer DlmnUsecl Columbia Ky Dee j7lrhe exam Inlng trial of hurt Dninron jtioi i killed Krvln Itottons In nlvls county Monday evening watt held befoto S Judge huller The proof Indicated that Damron noted in self Icfcnsu nnd time ease ngnlnut idea arms titsl A missed John J MclCennn Removed Lexington KyM Dee 17Juhll J McKenna has been removed from his position nn deputy in the county ciqrkw ofllcc and L K Pearce ku been ruile chjerdeyuty 1- r t I I 1 J ltt 1 I aniDr Talmage Spwhs of Prosper ot American People Dlvlnr HlritlriK a fUumrrrd UprraFrII 1Jrarv ContinrUnni Inn Our Own and Ollirr On ii ii trie ItHorrlKht 1 by Ixwle IdopMh K YIr Dr Tnlinagi proHclies a dlsoourse of Christian patriotism and charts th llrotltotatilla ttr florin blojwlngs Ills two texts arc JrnclntJou xxi 11 On the w three gate 1wilm atlvllt bath nut dealt to with any till 1011 Among tku grentefct nooils of country la more gm titaJo to God tho unparnllttled prosperity be tow upon UK One of my texts onlU us to international comparison What nation on nil the planet hna of 1 hall siieh enlargement of oominerolnl opportunity ns s now opening Lot ItetllIthis nation Cubn and Porto Itluo and the Philippine tdnnds hrou into close contact with UN through KfVatnablp subsidy and 0ataragua canal which will surely afforded by congress all the ropub 1 of South America will be brought 1 moat active trade with thn Unltol- dState On thIhflelouthern republic and neighboring colonies Imported from Huropran countries 3900 mile away O75O0o worth of good In a year only 180 UOOOOO worth went from tho United- 6tAtUlISOOtOtO out of 075000 000 only one tlftb of the trade ours European notions taking the four fl gers and leaving us the poor thu mbandNow alt this la to be changed Thire is nothing but A comparative fe between the islands which have cently tome under our protection and only a ferry between us and Bo livia rent Paraguay Uruguay Vene zuela Salvador Nicaragua Colom Cot Inca Kquador Braill w there are raging seas and long v age between them and Europe I all Dethatduties of transportation The Hit panoAtneriean congress Just oolio liodlrertfrom to Whatus Europe inK symptoms that our trade withtry Cuba and Porto Rico has been qu rupled nut that Is only a proph On the south three gatesyeah- undred II i g teal In anticipation of what IIs sure to- thla 1 come 1 nail on the front door of nation an AdrrUementeWanted One hundred thousand men to build ranrolllla through South America and the Islands of the leAII under our protection Wanted A thousand telegrnpb op erators Wanted One hundred million dol lies worth of dry gooda train 1 great cities of the United States Wanted All the docks you cantmake at Kerr Haven and all the brains ou can from Boston and intheI all the can fashion at FrChicagopeturnrailroad Iron you can send from Pl burgh and all the statesmen that you can spare from Washington Wanted Right away wanted by j new and swift steamers wanted b railtrain lawyers to plead our cauWnntfdDoctora 1 k 7Wanted7zethey our population Wanted Profcmors to establish our mlveultluJ1peOnthousand gates South 1lrl1c amI nil the Island of the sea approximate are I rightfully our commercIal domain nnd i the congress of the United State will see to It that we get what belonln to us And then tides of travel will be IIOlnrnI what diverted from Europe to our Is lands at the south and to the land ot the Aztecs Much of the S15000 yearly expended by American In Eu rope will be expended In southern ex ploration In looking nt some of the ruins of the 47 cities which StCfhrJ111h found only a little way apart and jIn pu diwalkingund over the miracles of Mosaic and along by the monumental glories of tilanotherI America will with cold ups of sic nthave kiss the worm Ups of modern America and to have seen the Andes and JopotI catepetl will be deemed as Important 1asto have seen the Alpine and Italkan thrangesspoiled by foreign travel end In our midst IInns of the poor and nauseating Imitation of the French shrug and the Intentional hesitancy of a IIrl1ulrlA forrvrfH ula1 L The fact Is that mnny QOO are made vain fey Ktropran travel and though sensible when they embarked they return with n collar and n cravat Th and a shoe and A coat and a pronun elation and a contempt for American Institutions and n bend of the elbow that make one believe In evolution backward from man to ape Of the many thousands who now cross the sea annually thousands will on pleasure the and business visit southern lands and so tourists and merchants and sclen tlsta and capitalists will nil help In this national development On the south three gates And what other nation hat such openings for commercial en largement as ours Again in this international com the parison notice the happy condition of our country as compared with mot countries Itussiu under the shadow I of the dreadful itlcfss of her great of good emperor who now more than oncIII man in all the world represents pr on earth good will to hlen and wh oec empress near the most loleiun hour tl at errr comes to a womans soul I I grhandxious for I cans but through old Jarhlonrd love dWllIInJty dcfilledsoft thrown millions Into nrAustriapilgarJpalace of Vienna quake with Inrurr tlori Span in Curllat revolution a pauperized Italy under the horrors her assassination jcderlngher capital In possCRsioti of foreign tlon After a review of the condlU oInOjjproprlnte tboIItJhtsnllanbehrourtesta In America this year and the h n etrlseats abroad Lant summer I the oonUnent of Eurupe twice an spokenht0and women who want everybody have enough to eat and wear I have you that the corn crop of ourcotyo largeandat I The cotton crop though smaller tbnn aacou1aratve 1 TtoI wheatfleldsharr prodded bread enough and to spare The potato crop one ofIe fist largest crops on record2tAm000000 bachelor Twentytwo mull two hundred thousand swine ale and yet as many hogs left l lcoOJut now I glee you the comparative and njstorytdIngunrlmtata IIIde themselves In the de uses ot the earth while all grate dozaJotherecountries are at their wits ends ns their finances this nation has money j lend Germany we are glad to see you borroIiw Jt allOymarks1I7rood + nmark will you please accept utatoffer of 3000000 for the island of StdownThomas My hearer there leI no n on earth with such healthy condl n of finance We wickedly srss thlscoungone manage a surplus than a deflcft allealdn thecI thtieJ reaiesjjjlearnedcrowded packed In between the Pyre a nets and the Alps picked In between the English channel and the AdrJat Yea on our continent mEightthAmericaneblethfertilityAtlanticIetc pildentthat this countryIs going to be cro ball1KI i I Texas France hu shout 50000000 of people but Tuna IIs larger tbnn flyopler many tIgaln there Is CIhlfej iifnctory as In OUts Every two year to the state and eYer tour in the ayve hement expression of the people at the ballot1 box In the autumnal election nil seem satisfied and If they art wlAn1 train thin question now do you ople stand it In America wjth n rrvo tIbenlIIetlhlltlnutI certainly as we do Att none adverse vote In parliament out IOU one party In comes another Adralnlstra do tlnnu tItnllollI000msychange ahuoit any day whgewi earusatAtglItre thablicie fference Is that In out country al must every ofllcer has a chance to stunt while in other lands a few pcot ble e absorb RO much that the others no chanco nt appropriation The reason they do not steal h because ey cannot get their lOndon It The governments of Europe ore so expensive that after the salaries e royal families rate paid there not much left to mlHitpproprintolahe emperor of llutsin has a nice little salary of 3210000 The emperor of ler has a yearly salary of 4000i an Victoria itho queen has a sal JfrSt0 ere Ils n host of attendants all ou salaries some of them 5000 a jcar lion 0000 UIUICes Inllillverpages of tho back stairs muter of we host thief equerry equerries in ordinary crown equerry hereditary ages grand falconer vice chamberlain etclngI court chamber sergeantatnrms elgbedchamber rat of shall bedehnmbrr null so on and so oa tioIInpthilithe people Arc the people saCla pnlUIeJuelleer i these goisa wideieaH f rope If It were left to tho rv ajle of England or Austria or Germany oat r Russia whether these expensive ctabV- ie llshmtmt should be kept up do you bt what the vote would be Nov not better that we be overtaxed+ the surplus be distributed nil over land than to have It built up an ed up Inside of palaces Continuing this international corn Jjltjwe n better climate J t 1fudSt not sutTcr from anything tho Jnt1IhllllIhsouthern Knopc or j lera Sipldomina In Amdrfua dr exc eptional sdry tooptlmml 1latlPiety of wood and coal to innku n roar Inp fire midwinter enijy nooes to Jl ea acht or mountain top wb6u the nr lflrhlgnnfyedthde queen puddings ToullIII 1l1rii Oeorgien lane1cyour none r+ eok Ho north Is 1 ur throat delicate r south Dp funTletroom wet I declare it Tlili jrtntl do I know It L 650000 new rcntonft for saying1 jIt Six hundred and fifty thousand I people In one year came from tilt I other side of the Atlantic talIe iin 1 I liceIraI While making this InternationalJ I mparison let us look forward to the time which will surely come when I nations will have as great advan as our own Aa surely na the I ble Ila true the whop earth Is to bo t gar+ lcnlzcd and let free p1Many years ago In this city I gazed r anold grandeur one seldom sees equaled I hijI tontry In It art had gathered rarest Iprclmena from all lands and countries It was one of those buildings which i the you with enchantment as you en t ter and all the rest of life hold J settrlefirst glow of the fires whIchon I cold day looked out from the win angrynelements rear and rose The shout otthe ofelire engines only seemed to madden the tordevour all yjUhelrrough the doors were pushed hands at snatched down all they could ch+ and hurled it Into the abyss of me beneath The windows of the wer would light up for a minute wIthewild glare and then darken as tielagaze on 12 laughing ckery at all human attempts and en sunk again Into their native dark neca With crackle and roar and crash floors tumbled The roofs began e and there to blossom in wreathsI and vines of flame Up and down the lars ran serpents of fire Out trot windows great arms and fingers ofl derstToyed spirits were begging for dellv erance The tower put on a coronet of me and staggered and fell sparks ing the firemen escaping the terror umulating nook mop rare cor hihttered for many a rood upon tht wild wind to be picked up by thrX I oiled multitude Oh it seemed like some great funeral pile In which the 1tf11rdtoI Plie heavens were blackened with of smoke through which mltyDfltructlonfrom the remaining tow ersnnd In th under of falling beams Wad Ilf tin surge of billorviug are I heard spirits of ruin anti desolation antIl Oe clapping their hunch and shout- Ing Aha aha I turned and looked upon the white roseanthe frosty as imposing as thetocome remirrectlon nnd od before UR reminding one oWhe at white throne of Heaven Thrreit od unmoved by the terrors which t day had been kindled before it o tremor in its majestic cohnnii ro frown on its magnificent sculpture n flush of exeiteiiient in its veins cf TrColumn and capital soil dLrbuilt to endure until the world itscf shatters in convulsions of the last iearthquake Oh what a contrast bi+ twceu the smoking ruin on the ine hand and that gorgeous dream of ar dayIsmint of man will be consumed and the world will blaze Down will go gal royaltydscatter even the ashes of consumed and glory Not one tower t not one city unconaumed not one scent of grandeur to relieve the drsoiOr Forests dismasted area licked cdntinjnts sunk hemispheres nn Oh the roar and thunder crash of that last conflagration t from that ruin of n blazing earth shall look up to see the tempe of liberty and justice rIsIng through the white and pure and grand un scarred and unshaken Founded on the rnal rock and swelling Into domes thehnlletllnhsvcrberntion No flame of human hate blacken Itl walls No thunder ol Infernal wrath shall rock Its founda By the upheld torches of burn worlds wo sholl rind It on column ctermllcIomlnlons away but truth and liberty and tice shall never puss hwuy L thfchJetI I I f HE WAS CONSIDERATE The Subject a1afatal sat He Hud Co inter lira Objeol- OMS wel6reguletedIntel i diedpllncdl i 1 ddutiesi disIIIBooJJofpelroltJ I almost ai tbat controlling a body of rt Till hud waiter is nn Irishman LeorpI ImpressesppQni fl Mturcs ithem as to tholr behavior He fakrltl iiity serious the otlllrr innrninn soberydrrssedy1n IIIil oat says the Jettmt Free j Uintlemiti he beta 01mlea make 4 tea rernt arks this OblofpedI I i tihjct that i Watt anthat9M bin repoortd an good yet atorlty that wan maktnjixeatorp ri Oi wont sar whIch wan has bin so I Ir this hotel en th way tis conducted nthis I j betoPJIflI bettI bBltIe I ayepeeltdllcitornllon the lisle iis seldom acoomjrfishcd after itn to fall out Hut there are jiuHances ItVe i he following Mr S L Smith tanner JjT iniimndrni of Omnibus Line Cincin commencedIiUlnt bljlandruftroar Jx tn n removed the dandrulf and trees of the disease and J have now alsoduse 1 druJl1iKoIstreft New York for samples of Palmers LotifD end Lotion Soap X One Xliclit Soppnue So Mr Urown Iraak Walton roust have- nbee a peculiar pawn UtIInWh spelltint CnreeWtthcannot t1turbabloodremediNJIalr ufam thebealan ularpteecriptiond It composed the best Conies known combined with best blood purifier acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect com bination of the two ingredients iis what pro duos such wonderful results in curing Ca turb Send fortestimonials free J CHEN BY k CO Prop Toledo O fold by all drupxUU price 5c i boas gamily Iilla are the bet Vice Versa Tifjt Therea one good thing about thcte tg yeJ j itk1lIey cant sing those glee songs while y ueyellmgBaItimorelmencaoe rte tarot Trpucrlil luu for Chill TsetlaCtnufoxta u ntnstelessform Yoellronopay PrJroJA Av Vajuit Charge mannishni you see her carve Denver Times I Ts Care m Cold In Our Day Tak Ijixatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets All I druftisUicfund moneyUitfnllB to cure 2XII r mantomistake I 10 much in the power of buwifeAlly SlopesI bsure Pisos Cure for Consumption sated my 11fe three yenta agoDfnlholloblins Maple treet Norwich N y Feb D1000 wTh frown of a true friend Iis better than eDemChicagoJtlurul I jErica packniroor Prmuxr PABELESS Drr perfectlye I lie who would make a fool of himself Viii find m ny to help him Danish Proverb I IIg I II Promotes Digc3lionCfcrrur ness andestContains rvelllicr Opium rorp4unc or Uncral 1 TSOTNAIICOTIC o A+YaaCUkSJNtlZ11ftCJ stAxr t stw AiFwlaaak nis g0torConsllpalion orms Convulsions FeverIsh ncss oral Loss OF SLEEP FacSuroto Signature ot NmV VDIJK IlEXACT COPYOWRAPPER 11 GOVERNOR Uses Ptruna For Golds His CAPITOL IIPILDIXG SALO OItEGONs or IA Letter From the Executive Office of Oregon The Governor of Oregon k an ardent ad mirer of Peru na He keeps it continually in the house In a recent letter to Dr Hart man he say STATE or OKKOOX EXKCCTIVK DtrAUTJIKXT HALCM MayO IffJS J The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Pear SlrsI have had occasion to use your 1eruna medicine ini my family for colds and it proved to be an excellent remedy I have not had occasion to use it for other ailments I Your very truly W M Lord Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely tree from catarrh Catarrh iis omnipresentIaru I known A cold is the beginning of catarrh For TMC eePar IICW To prevent colds to cute colds Istoobeat catarrh out of its victims Perunanot only cures catarrh but prevents Every house hold should br supplied with this great rem edy for coughs colds and so forth syrheother ailments The reason for this is roost other ailments begin with acotd UringPe protectshisexactly whet every other Tamfly in the United States should do Keep Peruna In the house Use it for colds la grippe and other climatic affbctions of win ler and there will be no oilier ailments in the house Such Tamilteft should provide themselves with a coyly of llartmans Addrysw e WALTHAM WATCHESI The real value of a watch depends upon the accuracy of the movement and not upon the price of the case The Watch Movement is an accurate watch in any case The Perfected American W1tCn1n iHitstntcf took of interesting informalan about watches wilt be sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Waltham M- assINCH ESTER RlVALISHELLS NeMackprofer at+eNs Oil the market compare with the NEW RIVAL la est teraMKjraadctnweafMoUaK qualities Sure arc jinJ jyateirreol Oct tile genuine WWMESTER REPEATHN ARMS CO Phw HMH IDr Bulls Cough Syrup Cures Hacking Coughs Soro Lnnga hippo Pneumonia doneumptlonrletfuso tho dealers subetituto It la not as good as Dr Bulls Salvation on cures Rbcomatlsra and stn Pate Price 15 asMl 25 semi DRINK HABIT and iI ii I I ceNTaUR roan I rough Dr r I Ar II patient WMIskf Writetarmnrfactn CASIORIA Infants Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA OREGON- in Family and Grip Riverside Waltham CInI OF ntaktlIalbomebytbI = r- i 1 i LIVEJT06KvrewlUUrnlahduplleateaot r norSpeatasanAN KELLOGQ NEWSPAPER COs335 West Si St ClBCiasat Os ToDay Dessert I1astlJellyconto do but dissolve it In hot water and set dranKleruone cherry and unfavored calfsfopt it for making wine and coffee jellies Get a package today at your grocers READERS Of TIltS PAVER DKSIUtNQ TO our ANVTJIISO ADVKHTISKD IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT TIIBY ASK FOR UKFUHIKQ ALL SUn lTVr1tS OR IllTATJON8 r Top Snap yFISHTAOKLEr- aw dalePI J5tIMNtr i Lasbaubleretry it rOWElL d atuENT CO sdr + Iakd5LJIMI1iitrR feenl j PATENTSUboltI opinion futl Eaab19t1DDn DROPSyOW OlSrOTKKTj Bites rrllef and cures won IttamastltFree 1844IitTInERttDsaesftCHt W Slut paper r- r A It II r Ai tl C v L Ii y tynl Mpy rn+ ww + + rwsa ra y = r r 11- tio f I t-tI t BEN EO LUM r 22 Doors and Windows Shingles o K It Limo and Cement i Builders Hardware X Paints Oils etc j i E8TIXATES- j OlIEEIlFOMiT- J ot FURNISHED 1 PEED STUFFS Corn Bran etc e- tcLjPWSEIlison LiHayOat9J 11 Local and Personal Cut prices on ovorythfuc at Backs MrGeuo Naylor has moved his fam ily to the Dodilfl residence on Carroll Stroot IaCat prices od SpentcleSiit L BqCki Chas Frost Look Brerard and Albert Knoerr returned from Luxora Ark MondayLeonard SimmonS and Doctor Jim Disnukes spent Sunday in Mayfleld and Clay Switch- JCfltMakoyonr selection now of the beautiful gift Books shown at- WlIsossBoOK Stoat Rev B E Brassflold will 1111 his reg nlar appointment at Mt Hcrmob on the Cth Sunday at 11 a mand 7 p m All cordially invited IllrW W Webster ono of our hot citizens and most substantial Irs of tne Moscow neighborhood fair in liickman Monday trading and xtRg with friends B KI will for 2 weeks clean your watch for 50o audguarnnteo it in order to get my old customers back Over 20 years experience R I w BUCK Advertisements for the Courier will bo written and designed cheerfully and without charge by any employe of the office Better display can bo thug se cured by handing matter in early I Mr F W Smith of Louisville Chief tile Def uty State organ izer of the Red Men was in Hickmani I this week with the view of instituting an organization of the Red Men in I Hickmanu lHot Vigoral atCowgill8 A wee small feathered songster bath it that Leonard and Doctor Jim mot a friend on the cannonball the other night The ladyt9h she was sweet I What Sareralbf HIckmana society young men are arranging to go to Mayfield o the day after1 Xmas to stay a J week so tis said Ones already sing i ing Id leave my happy home forif I 4 hadone i Fresh groceries=tno good kind at Rogers Us Throlkelds Free prompt delivery Phono 74 das dk The Cayce Lodge K of II last elected officers for the ensuing year follows Leo Bradley Dictator i H Campbell VDIctator OB Karlin Assistant Dictator i A R Johnson Fi nancial Reporter i Dr J W Nayl r Recording Secretary G W Johnson iljreasnw Guido ILP Johnson i Chap din S E Johnson j Iho next issue of THE COURIER will be in the Twentieth Century apd it will folhoenaeaVor of tbo management o I tfiefpaper to constantly improve tb i already high 1I1Indlinfbt near fort ytors pt and nsk the cooperation our readers to that end May tho no century bring success and happiness oureyerpr Irlendl I III FAKERY AND yI yICONFECTIONERYIs Headquarters for all kinds o f CHRISTMAS CANDIES FANCY BASKETS rCELERY APPLES QllANOEa BANANAS GRAPES N TS OF ALL KINDS FIR E WORKS Our line of Oandiesacknowledged r I j atCSI I I AO OAfiiJTMRS i l1jtyK AN KV- 7i1 ThiaTNtoCk of flue cigars 1 specialise boxes for Christmas g rts NIce flue of Pipes and- smokers I articles for Holidays I r r S 1- f iToo flTaiy Heavy SHOES BOOTS PANTS M OVERCOATS HOSIERY UNDBUWBAU ETC too goods ilejwrtmout H EAVY Corduroy Oossimsro Kersoor and Worsted worth 800176 and urn Oloso out for 148 Heavy Fleeced Underwear Shirts and Drawers worth TJfc out to 49c Heavy Ribbed lJndirwonr Heavy Wool Plo oed Uosltry 256 Heavy Ulster iOO 448 Nice Blue and Blank 0 rwooate good qualltr worth 9660 GGO heavy Duok CotUa for Men and Boys OSc Heavy Blue and Bhok Ftennol Ororsblrle f 100 rifiiI Fou iiinsrtSJ4 lFOR DRESS WEAR L J fThey are the laUstJpattorn bestflUingand the prie s nr hlow8iiI r w 75c to SlSOx Rmg GaDSS ISI 25 to 50c i Latest Things in- HATS For Christmas Newest things in MUFFLERS96c to 150- Hnavy i Gloves and Sootoh Wool Mittens t6 50o Must bo sold before Xmas We Always Have All We AdvertiseY- ou JI nood tho GoodsWe want the Money RICE NATLOBCASH SHOE STORE n1ANM asII I LQTHING I I i L IIeIoII i IiIi- I SIN I GII is The the prosout season the over and style J 1 1 JtSyHorse who Interim tional Stool will kuop their horses in perfect health and savo above ulY cost at least cents per mOnth feed on each horse l Goodsl DUCK COAT tt 5 fact Many In every PANTS i5o and OV8rOOfB WQltI1 and i i I I e3 Our Business Selling Clothing I PERFEOTMADEII IISI produotkiisol are finest olfo- rcdUnpaichased Preeminence Establish them as unequaled in material fit j fiuLsh workmanship j h I r jThej I the IoGskin price 4 II IiiitjIiotI owuors use Food fifty in i a In I lot of btorling Silver Novnlliwurfa Sit IstheWUJoiOHK HOOK jWJ MoI34cZiauuxv tIx- d la c r r h l Cash Book Store ofINEW BOOKS STATIONERYI NOTIONS c Call antl see our Slock Bvory thing up to date MARY BKRHKDE8 C CO 00 MOlilli liNn OHIO RAILROAD TUB POPULAR LINE FO- RStLeuteChtcazoSrlAtdOmaii linn pintaNorthlean Mobile IHrminiliain Nah tulle OhauuoS MonifsiHery Thortaa vllle AlUnU Augusta Cli rlMln Sa UDDdl JaektoavUle TAInIert Tam pa Miami amid all talma in tlia South eat OoubeIwith lDoiiu1Kfilum Iud complete toll1l rooms and lavatories far Utllcs and gen ilemen Porter In aitendnuce ebargtd with the oeaforl of the aeungen Alai Vtfilliulea PIIJel Sleeping Cars with Drawing nm sad UatT i btlwet St Loul toil Mobile Nw Uiletnt Want roar TltamiivUlt and Jaoktoavllle Fin- E B DLAIB Trmllng Patieogtr Ant Ja keooTcon Illinois Central R U THROUGH iSleepiQg Car Seryice- i I+ ROJI ClflCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO rdt pr1ngsJ Ark via Memphis Through Bleeping oar reservation MR 1nV be eeourcd from Cincinnati and Yillo via the llllnofe Central to Hot S l Orleanslp in LonlHVIlle at 040 p nu rtMtchl1lJ Hot Springs 515 the next afternoon It carries Pullman sleeping cur ad free reclining chair car ClBcinnati to Mom phi and sleeping car and coach Meat SpringsThrough CioeJnnatl andLouisville to Hot Springs wn also be secured on tho SiMoiar leaving Cincinnati 816 u m and LoweTllle 11011 m daily arriving at llotSpriags Ddb the neat morning Sleeping oar service from Cincinnati also coach from Lou hi ville to Memphis Sleeping oar Memphis to Hot Springs Dining car service en route A special folder of this now service as well on full particulars concerning tho above oan bo had of agents of tho lilt ribte Central and connecting lines W A KBLLONO A O P A Louterillu A II HANSON Oonl Portr Agent UhHu THE ST LOUIS REPUBLIC Every Monday and Thursday a news- Paper as good as a magazine and bet ter for it contains tho latest by tele graph as wen as Interesting lorlosII- sont to the subscriber of the Twlcon Week Bopnblic whioh is only 81 a year Thoiuan who roads the Twice a Week Republic knows all about affairs political domestic and foreign events is posted about tho markets and comfier vial matters generally Tho woman who rends tho Twice n Week Republic gathers a bit of valuable information about household attains and late fashions and recreation in tho bright stories that como under the head ing of both fact and fiction There Is gossip about now books and a dozen other topics of oepdoial interest to tho wide awake man and woman We Want at OnceA reliable man to look after our interests in Fultou and tho adjacent counties Salary or com mission Special inducements to offer to tho right party Lincoln Oil Co- Cleveland O a e 0SOiir took IHIR boon cnrcfuUrJJleotod to meot ovary most oxaottug purchaser Wo have an extensive assortment nt tho very low Ott prices and oaoh price is marked in plain Hgnr j WILSONS Home BTOIIE IF yon would have an appetite liko n bnar and a rol moats tak StOtuaah and Livotrablota They cor rect disorder of the stomach and reg ulato tliohver and bowels Price 20c roe nt Cowgill aG Cowgills Hickman milL A M Shaw Slato Lino drug store THR aggregate vote in Kentucky for proatdontlal electors is 407105 Tho vote for tho Jlret electoral candidate on tliosovoral tickets Dcniooratlo 234880 Ilopnblican 220801 Populist 2017 Prohibition Srfjjgf Social Democratic 700 Social Labor 289 4 RTtgANj lJnHICI11it1Nw r KENTUCKY 1 850000SurplusDooa It General Uus rtf oti I r 1 Jl l rn ljilcTht Funds and Securities of thin IJank are protected by the f Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has uovor yet bccnOjioticd by Burglars 0 R T TYLKU President W a JOHNSON CnslilcrUA IIOLUOMUK VlccIroBlilcnt S AMBHllG Aeett jJniU JHIiMAN WAGON JOer it MAXorAtrruxERN UF THE CELEBRATE H 0e ft IItWA QSp- HLCXMAtt EENTUOXY a- gesIf1frJ 1jest e J Goobing ti The Best in the World I You iuuio Make a Mlretakef Ha uyiug Oae of these Ranges I One of its Strongest 1olnta iIs itn ECONOMY IN THE USE OP FUEL I Bakes BleoultB In 4 Minnies Light Blend1 in 40 Mlnntca Buying n Mnjostlo monns n llfollmo of Economical Cooking Call anil Kxnmlnc Them Youll Ruy HO OtherI 2 JJ2aVABZ HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS EHPrAJlLIHIll 1PUSII TOM DILLON Sr Pwpr a etr is D C Rmit 4N4ll Marble and Granite Monuments aUEJ3JNG8TONB WORK of nil Kind IRON FENCING c o Hiokman Xy AtemtnAfl 11atq1IHAbdllOII AtidlrooiAUrmUorks wIsle o Ash ems LIbbui aA IXMtT leI4- aJllrJdH tQQnCUffJ trapaeood ClesUJirleobrM ItaUnm Dread xniM liar Dread Iknei Clothes MM Coffe Casts Call nails Cli an Dishes Clothci Racks Rails Clothes Ltttoi cut Ulau Cream Coal Cork fullers Corn CAke Stands 0Da lots Clods tat Claws Capper Kettlfi sweepersChandeilen Canine Wort Sets tJlab Treys llOOr lUll nre lie MHta- JtIJlIIOrtaoStrt lwIonIa PHILLIPS BUTTORFF MFG co- NASHVILLE LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUrACTUNEaa OT New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWAREPLAN JAPANNED AND COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS ORATES Supplies 111- 4Chamber Vow 1reeiOn fuelO- olrellUm Stfden1ab rorpen Iroal CUtcmOonri ttaC- IDoIlIlIeYH IHittCetvn ERlVaten Jant- Illaorr IMrrCrvcki Mower lots Hoar Hap lire Screens null Jsrs yiutinir irons Fir Trap Fruit Dells oirate TrlroU flame Sits Uuollna StOTM drain Scoop Hammer Ilestlne Stone Hammock not tacks Hatchets Holiday Goods nsat15 TUN JtD4 IkIHeau tamp HaMMlrran lions llroaot Ice licks IM Hook IN elders IranlAr llaanl Ice Uetes Kitchen lamp chimneys TENN AND STOVE tresei- Cone Rails llllw- aLAnlln STAMPED Laundry Stets PawsLanterns Lamp Wicks lAwn Cbaln Dotal Potlsmiss Hulk Caw Metal Cock Milk Shaken bulk Strainers Rest Choppers Nut Crackon Nutmeg enters- UIStorrs Onyx Tablet OU Can Patent lana I ty t Psrlee camel Pauatt ure- aroustaa uiPadlocks rocket crown notary Sitters KatTrtp Root fiJol Iiefrtreraton TripItotnrt moersS 1 Marine Iktl teakSlosh Put e Sawing Mtktaws tRIoItltutlH Steel klansi unIcnJtI NuMIh WIJl- dMQR Steak lsfoll eu- ZoppC 3 newer GpTable CarrTn hinwen y wlloueAtc AND y agyalu- ARK YUS DEALeR wsITg roe CATAIeee AND Palo- ToltetSta ToJ Tea ls Towel noll re wTeaTbubnomslsn Urns UIIIIUmbrelll Stands Uses winilSets r Wood CbulIII Wood Jaunt Walsh Conolers Water J1IteN lid f1WD lSII QJ1 IIIIJ 1 Catwan 01WDQI1 orIto or tor Ut IIooetKitchen LaIlOcIrJ + lid DaIlJ we eii d k r wvsT6a L evq 1fs of taliY 4 17TuI iL i J l = 0 o r ir + Ir I L P C Warda HotelReelfoot Lake I 111s IIResidence of Mrs A A Fari on Moulton Street I i10t fty TllnIIQ RZt7 I I Some River Scenes I O Caruthers Cafe and ll I IA BakeryI IIideno Dr S K Davidson on Moulton Street iLboll I Ii r IoA Christmas Present For TheI I FamEntires3lt c 1N tooIn grdr f a new subscribers w lt ztrar = uri1 l k O days we herewith itiake the most startl ing offer ever given the people of West ern Kentucky Heres our progpsi ttifi N r NashvilHe AmFOR r Southern Home 1 Hickmai Courier Bring us a dollars arid dont askany questions well do the rest You must take advantage of this of fer before January 1 10 1907 This offer will apply only to paidin advance subscriptions l City Paper Jl Monthly Magazine Your Home Paper Its gll you need 4 NASHVILLE AMERICAr A weekly newspaper ranted at Nashville Ten l nessee and is one of the Bttt ricWpopera oflits glass printed K is reliable for markebrepdrts and gives you crisp general news You Cannot litfor less than 50 CENTS A YEAR I t JThisaziM adapted to the home and is printed at Louisvill It costacna every month a lt of int retinf and in trctiv rMtdinf that is prePar- ed carefully for each memlisr of the family You can not buy it for UM than SQCENTS A YEAR ITIU IU4 rIfI i PJ r 5v j Scenes From Hickman and Vicinity c I c 1 j jJWarehouse of Richmond Bonds Oil MillnIi J Residence of E C Rice on Moulton Street I YI ji1 Hickman Collegecorner Moscow and Troy Avenue 11 f TII 4 1 r 1 1 kJOfficeI g Ij I Residence of Postmaster Stephens on Carroll Street 11 s- ry r JJ t r r t i 1 rii j Lr JcJIll J A hint to the wisei- s rir sufficient IZemebet that by making your 1 Christmas selections early you suffer no disappointments You know how tt is 1 i 1 t Our New and Beautiful line of Holiday Goods full of choicest selections for Christmas trade are now ready for your inspection and approvalI Suggestions wOur stock embraces all that is desirable and all that is good in the line of jewelry We have a line of Holiday goods that cannot be excelled for price and quality What we offer you is certainly appropriate for Christmas Giving I Come in andsee t this line TODAY A of could wish in this for Gifts You must see them f C G Xr 1 The Year 1906 Writing two months before the record for the year 1906 is made up says E S Martin in Applelon- Magazine it is already possible grievoppeculiarities The weather has seemed to be to precedent The winter neglected its business of making ice the su mer was of a sort to make ycu wish you were a British subject and could call it nasty without compunction It was nasty It was hot and it wa wet it bred mosquitoes in v multitudes in mosquLo districts an in lesser swarms in the districts where usually mosquitoes are unknown It was moldy it was sticky it was It made people weary of living When has there been a summer the idiosyncracies off which have been so execrated And besides being uncomfortable the year has been Jcalamltous Vesuvius has spouted fire and fire have SanI Francisco and done vast damage to Valparaiso Tyhoons have sweptl ruin in upon West In dia bunicanes have done the like toI Mobile and Pensacola September saw England blasted with more thanI midsummer heat and early Octobe- saw Buffalo by a sno blizzard It has been a year of extremes and excesses meteor ological political and social and s it will go out leaving a long bill of damages for better behaved years to pay They tell us that the wildest freaks of climate ba fall in the first ten years of each century and along about fifty years later after the middle of each century that the winters of extreme cold come at those times and the most fractious and peculiar summers They lay it tto the recurrence of the big sun spots caWhich make it shaky causing th Gulf stream and other currents t straggle from their right course and upsetting all habits That the iminds and passions of men J are affected by the restlessness of i v- ll I t l a i l DIAMONDS ZL tWATCHES ttl CLOCKS ti1t CUT GLASS I 0 yF rr tNoveltiest A ctt rjr- jt tea iI F TTTT TTT ift2kl fine selection everything you line Holiday SCHLENKER Hickman Wicked altogether indifferent protracted generally earthquake destroyed Hongkong prostrated sublunary their earthly habitation is easy to believe whether or not the belief is well founded Now some of toe foreboders bid us look out for a very alreadytoprettyushard winters and to predict another seems like rubbing it in WHATS Ifmypni wish to be cured of Rheumatism use Bollards Snow Liniment and you will be well cured A posi Neuralgiatand 1the ills that flesh is heir to A G M Williams Navasota Texas writes I have used Snow Liniment for sprained ankle and it gave the best of satisfaction I always keep it in the house1 Sold by Cowgijls Drug Store and Helm Elli- sonvrmrrmttrnrmn TIT BITS AND GLEANINGS AAAAAIThe only way to reach heaven is by attempting to realize heaven now Unless the heart grows faster than the pocketbook the life sinks under its weight atWe to learn 4 Religion when used as a clogs isnt verywarm The best time to kiss a pretty girl is say old time- Mosfmcn are aware that the hand of fate is gloveless Charity doesnt cover many sins unless it begins at home Wise is the architect who plans to have a mansion in the skies The married man who repents at leisure is lucky to have the leisure o autee laugh Every man has tits price but iin nine cases out of ten be isnt worth I itr I c =yleeAV I B T DAVIS One of the leading attorneys o Western Kentucky The seemts to have passed in this section as I t has been quite awhile since an arrest was made or an indictment returned for carrying concealed weaptni and it is the wish of every lawabiding citizen that the practice may never be revived With rare exception every instance In which the killing of a human being has occurred in a quarrel the homicide would nOt have been committed if a pistol had not been In easy reach and as the law against carrying concealed weapons was never as drastic as the offense demanded it is an evidence that public sentiment has greatly im proved that the practice has to io great an extent been discontinued There is a very general demand by the papers of the State which no doubt voice public opinion very accurately that imprisonment be sub stituted for the fine that is the present penalty for an infraction of the law and the next Legislature is expected to make the change and we hope it will do so A newspapercmgoing the rounds has headlines How to tell a wom an of bad disposition Tirana suggests the use of the telephone Its safert II 4iitrrtctit I1nl1tUlt Qtnmttur i 111t11 ija Jtetwiy iinttr By HERR AUERNHEIMER Society Writer of Berlin distance they seem much alike for the American I rA1a wishes to look like the Parisian woman in her and the Parisian woman wisltey to be ns slender as the American woman Besides they Iuolji have the same tenderly treated tired big asyourhand face under ttrnstingastud a But the real difference is enormous As a rule the Parisian Nyoman really fe tired while her American sister nretontt tci look tired because it ist rn hlonble The Americans are not a bit tired They are very healthy Yon cannot kill them onlwhen it is weak That does not TsuuV the American Her springs are of steel Both hack tlie stunt easy coatis carriage but the springs of the Parisian are not of steel Moreover the Parisian with all tier freedom and grace h15 nn ounce of mod esty in her She kndws this makes her awkward at times but she cherishes the awkwardness for it can be an added grace if you know how to manage it Every slap df the French woman is different Every step of the American is the same yThe Parisian sees everything as she passes she has a smile for everything and everyone The American Is an artist in passing by her bearing il mag nificent she sees jjust what she likes LotS Of people are angry bo cause she docs not lookat thorn Titd American has not the same admlrntlol1T and shows It The Amer ican has temperament and hides it The American is made for a coquette The French woman is made for love The American is a French woman cooled on Ice min ami mome Cbrongb Each Otters Eyes I By LILIAN QUILLER COUCH Author of The Unneeeuuy Pain of Love Etc How nion and women see one Roller is the view which tutor esta us and I moeh few that half bllndcd In one eye by tradition end Iin the other by we never see one er at ail except throat lees a mist one curious fact netng that we can see the bad more truly than the good VVUat man t jutJeCdtl now a queen no a a Um flng lldtl n7fu anlnliint cft 1fty temptationthere arc almost as many opioiut regarding bet as thra are women to regard Frailty thy nerve is woman says ht kc peare Emerson coming later says When a man meets hit curate mate society begins and life is delirious One fact which r mains in the niidst of the contradictions Ila that whatever bitter ur generous things arc said of man and woman to sonic one wan or woman some other one woman or man may be a hero I A sad point which iinpreysec us next iU the rarity with which the pen of man can depict a good woman or the pen of wunuui a g 1 I man With satire or with censure they Art adept enough but h I many men can draw with entire success agood woman lifeIiIHIl1 whole How many women hate depicted a HeshaiuL blood Kc1- man 1 I The very question is treason of course fur ll has licconw a creed which it is accounted almost profanity to deny that certain of our novelists know the natures of men and women as thoroughly us their own faces in a mirror and present thou equally will Tliat some can draw excellent traits of man and women no ont will deny b itt- toll ohJ1tJicsc traits arc Irvin out in parcels like the ingredients of a pudding before the mixing We admit however that men and women see one another more thfey attempting to classify Men aml neatrlabelalii m Iy gout of all theories We start lifwith twothirds of our opinions readymade such asuMan is selfish Woman is spiteful We have inherited these and even if we have proved thorn unjust on the slightt cst provocation we revert to them WhaF we really sec of cngh otheY sex is this set of inherited opinions spread out over our fellow erea tures For the final third we have a little truth a little misconception and most of all conjecture pirit nf3Jtt iuibual- QJititzrtu1l1ip WiriTi- yJUSTICE DAVID J BREWER ollupreme Court kiettiMit The nations greatest glory and security lies not In the magnificent capitol at Wash ington not in its stool navy or in its armies but ih building up a spirit of individual citU zcnship such as feels iits resPDnsibilitie3 and itsn individuallybfncltbrotherhood of ctCf but the comesfrom asjsuch eachindividualI rejoice much in the magnificence of the great nation but fa- nnfAtn r the inrllvirldtil character and nirttnn1 nr nrtrhe c1lfTcrcnt states v I believe in the future of the country There pastDangersing themselves to depend too much on the gov ernment and not oUR on their own individualityr 3 f t I cMracer 1e r n- w cr Do0 You Eatt 3 Then You Want the HBSTI VY1k1UN 1IAf4 IT I have purchased L D PerrysitRestaurant and ask my friends to r tkindmeals FRESH OYSTERS served k- In any style when in season tjj Dinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars ayruther Wateoi t rMeet Your Friend 4atLAUDERDALES TONSORIAL i l- t PARLORS I IJ Best IB Hickmrf Hot aril 4cold baths i electric lights Yf tQud Earn hydraulic chairs Cf tand everything for comfort ri tCUntcn St niekmaa Xr fi JL Next door to Caruthers it GashCC- I Book Store i tipleudidI Selection 4 NEW BOOKS STATONERY NOTION tidJ Call and see our Stook Every thing up to date tMAny Illsnrxfla + IZ Co to jI 4 B T DAVIS f ttovucy at gaw- WHl practice in all courts in the State Office over Lcdford Handles store r IJO YrJl r1 biugtaI have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicit jigtt i patronage In Plumbing H09UUg Tin and Shoot Metall wbrjc of Eil1j v- wkinds f- ALL WORK FIRST CUM f T fo 1il21ttmatel j R B BREVARD HIckmanrM ly NtII f e 1 Your lraandrt should have its just share of your attention If you are particularbout your dress appeararce let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your llaundry each Tuesday CorumrAieneyatrfem 4Mlllfont 41 t HMman Furniture Go iKCORPORATBD c r jr v Y Undertakers AiILti H TELEPHONE NO 20 t 1 Dr S K Davidsonjj 1 4 t t6 DENTIST r office over A Oowtfiira Drug Store yss JJ Hickman 7 Kentucky k wc i tl 11 II- t rT T j f i 4 i t+ J i f Et fr f t V U f I Irt Fy I IY i A1 l f- n firwv a r tL t I AIAUAAAAkkUUUWUUUIWIU 1 UWWAAAWl1 U1 1 1fJ v A A In 1 A A A J J ft UIUUIIIIt J Y Toukt l Eagerly awaiting the opportunity to put you in touch with all the latest and best in Xas- i a novelties for 1 1906 We offering the bestare t products of the most reliable manufacturers and = fa certain assurance of high quality and honest worth in every article Something appropriate t t Mn r every recnriIBelowI IS a partlal lIst sUItable gIfts for every age and everv =17P nnrL thntjr 4- h i r ffJ e j l R tPHONE 8f 1Mff atI F j I I l oifo 1 i A for LOOk et Pins 1 Set Tho IB a the wo in and andfor tho d We our at a ofour but one and that iSj inany is at s 0 oW t 1 i w J i i il JIl i J t jJr W 4ii Atj4 I i 4J 1 a o nr ir J I Hlckman Ky = 1Y An Unmarked Oh the top of a rocky lonely and deserted hill In Livingston Ky about six above the town of Smilhlahd Ky and only a few Ofj ever She was Mrs Martha Lewis sister of j husband her from the luxury of her home in more than a hun i fired j ears ago to I cnCdCkta live r fj in the of then wild west graveyardand tthe river several piles of rock which i were once mark the site land surrounding it was at one time t ipieared1 for bit is now r with heavy Umber and the orestiFleading J rto the home place and since the steep the it i necessary to hold to oVerhang 0 VvoIt I FOR THE MAID WatchGuard Chain Ring Necklace Slick Pin Hand Mirror Cologne Bottle Perfume Bracelets Pen Tray Rocker Paper Cutter Brash i Cream Jar Card Case Glove Hook Purse tho jaro miles YYYYYYYYYYY grave among several which ore near and all are in the earth at the end and foot by rude of member of hr and one is that of her son whose fate sad the circumstances preceding It is one of the stories In the of time after their tleath and In tact after the son was for the second time to a young and woman and living in the old family house he ald his younger are to have killed a young negro slave who had run away from them now doubt that this ever took placeLilburn Lewis is said to have killed on his grave neat the home His younger is said to have been one of the b C L of Commercial1 Club and of Box Co He is on the sunny rid of enterprising Of i t + a I 11 FOR THE YOUNG GIRL Loclet Opera FaiT ParasolWatch I Tray I r Nail FI eiSho Horn IoachPurse tBook Mark- Manicure Set- Chatelaine Pin Chatelaine Mirror Diamond Inkstand BroochBrush Comb Violet Holder Bow- lCandelabra Bells Almond Stamp Shoe Knives Chain Razor little the folks Nockohain Silver Rnttle Baby Spoon hood1 Pusher Cup Childsonly partial Ils1ctf gifts Sterling Silver Gold Goldagonts famous China are goods uniformprices assuring publtathae reasonableprice marks meaning Honest Values Bearmind that purchase nrnflp bo rcspOI1Bib And 1 n METHODIST CHURCH Grave county produced Thomas Jefferson brought Virginia wilderness chimneys farming covered gentlewomans brlast resting Miyijiiis asc6ntis difficult being Spray Blotter Velvet Cold scale rgmay together simply sunken planes marked pieces family tragic grewsono history Livingston county mothers Lilburn married beautiful brother said Many killing himself mothers familys pioneer brother thirteen slain WALKER President Hickman Manager Mengel always pushing valuable citizenship Glass Ring littlo Yv I J 1 l yViews tMrtj Box Cos Yards4 t wr J U = J r British troops at the battle of New Orleans when Gen Jacksons armyI slaughtered 3000 odd Britons with aj loss of but thirteen rH In his will young Lewis gave i His r ryaestatecJ and children Among the reconls 1 I upon Thomas Jefferson to look after i certain lands in Albermarle county Va belonging to Martha C LewisfI and her daughters Anna M Lewis1 r and Lucy B Lewis Martha Lewis nee Jefferson was never happy in her Kentucky home j I and used to sit for hours llooking 4 odq3 f 11i she died iintlie ai 56 J d la FOR THE MATRON and Set Puff Hair Pin Holder Baking Din Berry Bowl Salad Tea Pepper and Salt Nut Bowl Dish Chang Dish Box Needle Case Hook and Forks Salad Set King Filled Wo holiday buying in wilderness f li jGureT Cancer and Blood P U producingcrop burningshJ j 5 Or throat falling hair bone pains j cild rheumatism or foul take j ItkUsoteq eruptions heal hard swellings subside achcsand pains stop and a jpeifect cure is made of the worst cases Poison d For tumors swellings Beating sores ugly ulcers persistent ut troys cancer poison in the iblood i heal cancer of all kinds cwr sthc1 worst humors or suppurat 1IS lUngs ThQusands cured by I ri J y vv MEN Watch Watch Fob rigii- ry Cuff Links Stud 7 1Snaving Hat Brush Soap Check CutterrStamp Box Silver Knife Match Box TraySmoking Set Gillette list above that have PjoKardHaTn4irint otter goods also have very that sentIDependable Jewelers AndDependableOpticiansOpticiansNION CIrYi TENNESSEE Jxc Ofjthe whose Thetformer ScisiorsNail fallingThereLewis yearsInsomet Some eldest lifea type tBrJSilverPits Box engel Augus18t4 1I Poison catarrh oPBlood iiancers Bi FOR THE 1 Box IB B B after all elseCaHs B B B composed of pure botanic ingredients Improves the digestion makes the blood pure and rich stqps the awful itching and all sharp shooting pains Thoroughly tested for thirty yqars Druggists 1 per bottle with cqm plfte directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and free medical advice also sent in sealed lletter There has recently been put into operation in the mountains near Salzburg German a balloon rail road It consists of a stationary balloon fastened to a slide running along a single steel rail The rail Is fastened to the side of a steep mountain which ordinary railroads could not climb except through deep u C wqE TTVYTVTTTYTYVTYYVTTYrYYTTV cuts and tunnels The balloon floats about thirtyfive feet over the ground and a heavy steel cable connects it with the rail The conductor can at will make the balloon slide up and down the side of the mountain Forcgoing up the motive power is furnished by hydrogen gas while the descent is caused by presence of water which is poured into a large tank at the upper enfl of the road andserves as ballast Suspended from Jhe balloon is a circular car with accommodations I for ten passengers The cable goes from the bottom of j the balloon through the center of the car to a regulator of speed which is controlled by the conductor NewsHerald Thera l JReprint one effectual safe andjii CureDr Shoops i 9 that we regard as suitable even fo the youngest child For years Dr Shoop bitterly opposed the use of i iopiates or narcotics in medicine off ering 10 per drop to any one find ing Opium Chlorotorm or any other 101Drfchallenge is as yet unanswered lHere is one manufacturing physician ii who welcomed with much satisfaction fi X the new Government Pure Food and +y Drug Law The public can now v I r fringYAll IU SEVE STAIm LIVERY FEED and SALE STABLE Splendid service at reasonable prices Phone No 104 q l J Wir HEARSE 500 kJ II 1 fia 4 x J1- FaI C o k I 1r q0 h rlL I Scenes From Hickman and Vicinity I Residence of L P Ellison I J JDavis Block Jackson StreetII I t Scene on Reelfoot LakeJJ I 1 Feed Store of Ellison Mercantile Co 1 1II TylerIII I I I T swiffs HIM p N C Jc St L R R SCRKOOtt THrt AT HICKMAN TRAINS ARRIVE Train No 4 Arrives 1p in Train No 62 Arrive 7 30aro Train No 6i Arrivw 885 p lu TUAJNji DEPART Train Nnj1J i parfc 220 p in Train No 65 1 DepnrU 710 am Train iNti iro jSepurM loW p 1110 1 R B JOHNSON Awl r Lens Line Boats 8CMBDOU tlUM ATIIICIUUB MEMPHIb TO ST LOUIS Staokvr Lee every Tuesday 0 p in nerd Hcrold every Saturday 6 p m MEMPHIS TO CAIRO tjun evwry Tlinnday noon iST IOUI8 TO MI MIIIIS SfRQker fiiery Rufnrdiv 6 p ll Ferd HordtiifiiCerr Wwin dtt 611 m OAUldTOMRMiHlH Sun every FriHfty cc NLiROOltlt Agt CI officers Mayor Thorn DllliOD Sr Judge f + J XV Koner TylerOlerkTreasurer WO Johnson OftrpttulerCol1cUmen wwk A Oi Qurutheni O N Hlw JUG Kuoerr RoM Dounell Council meets brat Moiular night in each mantel Fraternal Societies A F A A RMeets sconil and fourth Monday wt bts of oueb niontli A S Itoaixlale W M II Ileliii Seoy K of PMeeul firtt and thud Tuesday ni lU of each month A H IJose dale K K K L Uradlf y O O I O O KrMBetH every other Thuw day uijrht ILJ1V Uavla NO K aMoore R SiT W O W Moots every Wedurdey night G lii mrpcnter U r P S Moor I sa t Courts Circuit Court flrd Mnndnj in Jan 811tlw6erJDdIl81ti riiu olerk County Court First Monday in each month Fiscal Court April and October Above oonrU meet at Ilictcinan County Officers NaylorCounty RoperShentlDeputy Sheriff O U Jbhnson County Treasurer County Hnrveyor M Davidcon Supt Public Schools Di ru M Hmlth ReligiousSenk BAPTIST CHUKOH Rev N B Gravel pastor Service every Sunday 11 a m evPIJSandayevery Tuesday ulltht MBTIIOUIST CUUKOII Rev II O Joun ion pastor Kfrvicert every Sunday 11 u m and 730 p in Buaday school every Sunday U3U uiu Prefer meet lug ever Wednesday night WEST IIiuKMAN diiAFKL Rev II O Johnnoo pastor ServTcea every Friday 7 rfJO p m Huudnfsohool every Sunday 3 p m ip CUMBERLAND PKianwKRiAM Ciiuitcu Rey Sadler piutorw Services every 2d Sunday 11 a m and730 a in Huuday Bchool 10 a m every Sunday GuKismN OIIIJBQU 8nnday 8chool every Suuday 8qo m EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev 0 L Price ucept2udday cbool luau taf VBiotuerhood of St Andruw every 2ndyXVednetfduy 8 p in- HOLINKSS t OI1UROH OF JURIST Rev S W Svrnnnefj Pastor j O T SiN mon Ant Pastor Bunday Bohool every Sunday p im Bervloei every aunday night at 8 pia CHURCH OP THE SACBKD JIKAHT OF JESlII The Revl Joeepb A flinch pas tor Sundays 9 57 mi Sanduv school 10 n IU JlhCh Mnas fbllnwed by lieu illoton of thn bit Blessed Sncruinent Holy Days of Obligation i 045 a m Low Muss N31 H m high Mutts follow fid by Benediction of thn Must Bewed Sacrumnnt Foiixtfl of Devotion 830 a m Mitch MaK Week Days OuW a m Low Dials i this gives an opportunity UolySacrificeoi eu dally irons LIao rt IB till 7 Pint for those whose fwth aisc4 d vnilon prompt them to visfttMr Diviuo lies tcr In the Mont B IN tMoralllMt Noa servlceeNonl In exphmutloQ of caUloHo doctrine watt gratlbyto the pastor l M I t o I tOf IIScenes From Hickman and Vicinity 1 etJ7S L Doclds Gos Cotton Gin 1 I nce of C A Holcombe on Moulton Street I IResid I I II Residence of R M Isler on Moullon Street I of E D Johnson on Troy AvenueI 11Ridence I I Hubbards Cemetery n I