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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1w + r vrTe+yl1 rrafS firty w j firy2j Y j L THE HICKMA COURIER LC = 1fI WJTEOLDESTRN KENTUCKY ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULI TONCOJNTYJ FEBRUARY 8 19O1 0 VOL XXXVI NO11 qnM aumYSmis rm vr maRSarsnv lYNNO d U f lli f t1 Of f oJrfL 1 1J flP T mi lUin I IiFt y h t l Ie IeTUEI DRY GOODS 9EPA1fMENT t NOW OPEN I Our Dress Goodsaflcl Sills are the Handsomest and most complete line ever shown in this section fII We are showing the nobbiest line chudah Housings and Waist Goods onII the market These are imported fa rics and cannot be duplicated t v Our line of Laces Edgings and Em broideries are especially strong I I 4 t I tt1 ti M t Ll 4 lIfIr 1 GLOVES A few pairs of mens Grey Bu ik Gauntlett Gloves 2 F a liens Baltic Otter Driving Gloves originally sold at 6C125 now at Om Mens and Boys Gromd Tanned glove 60 cent Jove 4now at Knit Mittens assorted color originally 8111nt 50 O i iv0 F Lcents now It r- I Childrens Jersey Glove in the 2 rent lint now IS o cut to Tanned fingered clothwrist always a 50 cent C T KL glove now cut to 9 9Jf ill A big line of undressed and dressed kid gloves at prices to say the least are liens short topcoat very stylish from 12 to 700P A heavy grey Overcoat from 375 to 2205 A blue inlaid goods nice design from Qj 7 to 560 Mens long grey ulster a 500 value now sells aL Q QQ Childrens cape coats sold before at 175and 200 now 1 37 Childrens Overcoats aL 95 A nice Iline sold in midseason1 for 225 now 1 flfi 4 Yi1J I I If Our Wash Goods1 department consist Ii 11l of Prints GinghaiMPeicalcs and-n ltItllJgs 18 complete lIlery detaIl1pf A nice strong line oflladies missesI VK iSJ i i and childrells Ilosiery vjjm I 1 1 BleneIII 1 I White Goods and tiins aie the niII I est ever brought to HicSmati f I rr s 71fi I 11 I ti 4 4 lined u JL t l A few pairs of mens bighc7jtvslSo1l so11i 01i firilYal250and J 908 GO now at 33- A 1 25 percent reduction on all our hoes of midwinter variety both ladles j aiil gents ShKS ofail kinds and ditrarlrs a rtvtble in every FtallWt iv M oitiiT trt 4 Hl three shoes 111uU ran j tteti n ftf1 fleet St lR r A few left of a fine jersey lleice lined Shirt in 100 line now going at u- v i Suits C nde fleece lined pearl buttoni frontsizes above 15X at 50 cents This is a bargain at 75 ceiiti Sizes be 55Cow 15J at W 1 s A big line of mens stiff bosomed iidress shirts at reduced prices rh A few black and wlnto striped domestic work shirts a lead er among the varieties f What do you say to a shirt at 1 Scents Less than what the goods in it cost f L I Anything in winter stuff sold at a jgreat reduction we will not tarry these over so give us your 1rice and take it We I were successfulI in gettingi ridof goods this way last season so I everything as fresh as opened stock Wc mean to have next I springs stock the same IP f We are sl1ow UItobdate things in all lines 111 new fresh and UPTODATE with prices THAT CANT BE BEAT Our Dress Bindings comprise all cdll ors and qualities Something new in water proof bindings A large line of shirt waists both silk I and wash goods Piisor- s ALL INT GOODS WE MUS1HAVEIRoom Ioo pf oom iDtat OCularmoderateOVERCOATS tlnceft11SIplacedODe Dcat C T f t Tti n ot 9krubber insidei 1 lining 1 G5cgnat at 45ito 001I1Int I SUITSii laoo suits cut to 1500 1600 suits cut toY1400 1250 suits cut to 8909 800 snits cut to n u 650 GOO suits cut to 390 Lines of snits winter goods from 500 down toe7 4 UNDERWEAR liens and Childrens underwear at prices lower than ever be fore seen here 29catJOTheI aboye can be had in blueJ grey or Ibrown in IBmC OoCsuits at Boys grev stripedsuit at LOO we are now sellingI iyiC for c at Undershirts in the 25 cent values g Cc I Expect a greater line than before in MILLINFRV this season For the nicest and freshest line of Groceries in town phone us at Number 7 Also we wish to call the attention of the public to our nice line of Hardware Queensware Graniteware just received and all kinds of stoves eiiwe DEP TElTT STOREJ Ik C j II 1 4- o e r J If j Building Material IIt t ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM t BE t L and Windows Shiugleac jjDoors Builders and Cement Hardware Paints Oils etctt j ESTIMATESCHEERFULLY CHEERFULLYFURNISHED tf FEED STUFFS Hay Oat Corn Bran etc etciIi L P WS I T THE FULTOIUONVENTION A MONKEY AND PARROT TIME SPLIT WIDE OPENTWO CAN DIDATESAPPEAL TO THE PEOPLE The Courier not being an active participant in local political proceedin- gsff not have a representative at theT regretrto learn that the convention was not harmonious and that in fact a regular monkey and parrot time prevailed r suiting in two candidates and much dissension and ill feeling The convention was called to order by Mr Char1 Alexander as Chairman of the Coun Committee and proceedings were regu lar until Cayce precinct was called when it appeared that there were t delegations from Cayce one headed by Atteberry and one by Dr John Naytor The ballot for temporary chairman win La progress when Alexander ruled in favor of the Atteberry delegation whereupon an appeal to the house was made and refused Here the pandemonium started and our informant says th Lti several fights commenced or were nar rowly averted The result was that the delegates from Hickman county wit some from Fulton who were antiAyrea withdrew from the hall where the convention was being held went elsewhere and nominated Mr R B Flatt of Hick man county The Ayres men remained in the hall and declared Mr Ayres to be the nomineeIThe element that nominated Mr Fla I appear determined to make a hot fig all along the line clear up to the regularl election in November and claim to hat e abundant material to justify their course Of course the other side clai that Mr Ayres nomination is regular and that the others were bolters Col Ayres in accepting the ttandtion gallantly paraphrased Gov Goebels acceptance speech that he never re ceived anything worth having without righting for it and that so esteeming the honor conferred he was ready to fight the enemies of the Democracyi external or internal etc Council Proceeding HICKMAN Kv Feb 4 1901 Council met in regular session Present i Mayor Dillon Councilmen Davisif Beckman Brevard Cowgill Ellison and SwayneThe of the last regular meeting were read and on motion approved and signed a ACCOUNTS ALLOWEDI The following accounts were presented and on motion approved and checkshas ordered issued for the amounts TOY DILLON JR To St pay roll from Jan 5 to Feb 2 and arrests i 57 To taxes lOCO credited on H A Tyler note U01 H W Co 19688 H A Tyler 4413 MORRIS PHILLIPS Repairs on City Hall store room 200II The Clerk reported that he had last regular meeting issued check to Keith Simmons Co for 400 feet of hose recently purchased by the city on motion his action was approved by the CouncilMotion was made that the City Clerk with the assistance of theCity Attorney ascertain the amounts due on River Bank Bonds and see that proper credits j have been made on same The Clerk reported that he had ex cuted and delivered a deed to MrsI Fannie Shaw for lot No 1TO in the City Cemetery size of lot 40x22 feet she j having filed with him Superintendent I Dillons receipt for 13520 payment for same Onmotion the Council instructed the Clerk to issue and have served notices II on the following named parties to have their side walks repaired within ten days after notice John Kistner arou his property on lot No 136 in Wes tJ4 Hickman Joshua Naylor and Dr A A RrFaris on south sfde of their propert- situate I just west of lot Fo 136 in W Hickman C A Holcombe on south side of his property on lots Nbs 169 170 1 tf f 197 198 Old Hickman Motion was made that Mr Davis pre pare a form for a book suitable to record t i all city checks issued and present same at next regular meeting 1 kskk I REPORT OF SUPT WATER WORKS LIOIIT PLANT The Supt of Water and Light P1 presented the following report for nary 1901 To balance in Treasury Jan1 4 Amount collected in Jan 32i 8373G By amount paid out in Jan 30371 tBat in Treas Feb 1 7 6 TOM DILLON JR Sup REPORT OF CITY MARSHAL FOR JN1901 Taxes collected S G9 1 Fines I hold Treasurers receipt for same TOM DILLON JR C M REPORT OP CITY TREAS FOR JAN 1901 To bal per settlement General Fund Account 400T Amt paid in by Tom DilloI jr 56 Amt paid in by H C Helm 3040 g Bv checks paid in Jan 8523- SIBal to credit this account 14291 WATER AND LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT To balance per last report S S263 Amt paid in Tom Dillon Jr 16317 Balance to credit this account 9S954 CITY TALL ACCOUNT To balance per last report 448 Amt paid in by H C Helm G02 Balance to credit this account 1050 No change in College Bond Accoun since last report SfWC JOHNSON C T The City Clerk presented the hir n cial Report of the city for the year 1900 On motion same was approved ordered published and filed- e H C HELM City Clerk CARUTHERS I i woBAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD tCAKES AND I CONFECTIONERIESI I I i I CLINTON STREET hitICHtAtI KENTUCKY iiTelephone Number 90 I KILLED KillshtWill LawsonB 1 nOn Tuesday a trouble occurred twecn Will Johnson and Will Lawson two colored men in which Johnson shot killed Lawson These two had been associates living togeth kept their meat in the same smoke house On Saturday night Lawson removed his meat or the meat and Jolm Son complained to the officers Lair was arrested brought before the C Court and fined 35000 Lawson n owns a team had agreed to pay the flue by work for the city He had got his team ready for work and was taking a lunch at Finis Thompsons restaurant when Johnson came up saying V had the advantage of me thisIllornin- and immediately fired the ball striking Lawson in the side The wound was necessarily fatal Dr Faris was immediately called in but medical skill cot do no good After the killing Johnson left and not yet been arrested Cash BookE Storet I Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS y c Call and see our Stock Every tbiug up to date eMARY BERENDES 8 Co Some one stole purloined or oth wise took a 5000 Confederate bill from the Courier window where it wasin on exhibition Wont that fellow fooled if he tries to pass it for curt money Mr Herman States of Union City was the guest of Miss Carrie Parham Sunday Cityndis visiting her grandparents Mr and 9 Tarns this week leYchaestorganization Monday night Rev J L Dickens preaching the anniversary ser mono His discourse was able liberal and of abundant historical information as to his denomination Mr zimt mann presided at the organ and Mjss Davis rendered several beautiful so 1ant LivesI 1 I I 0 I MY 1MMCES rsiAI PRICKS 791old fci to K- It vAinnlgom 1 to 13 TO vCement 1 to 1 go Gold Crowns Stft to 1 50 ti 00 to i2 un 331L Crowns 2 r0 to Stt i5 00 IGIllchmonc11 Crown I 00 7iO to fciO 00 Criugewcrk wi per tooth t 000 Plato Work full upper and lov r set and extract nil the teeth ilsl l orictfor i Extraction 0e usually charge Rl1 00 I 4Clellll ng teeth 7ic I Examinations free All work d tbe tint tolast5301ckATL1 A DISMUKK ti 4 EW FI ft1 JV 18 n I FURNII T U R Ee cMorris Phillips1 1 having bought 1 1jic Fur1 niture stock of Ernest King will11- n continue the business at the old standand solicit share of the public patronage We shall I keepa full line and perinit none to give better bart al nyIu u COMEUP STPiIRSjvr I Having leased my dry goods store to lo 1per Bros I have moved niy stock npI stairs over the grocery room opposite Dr Davidsons Dental parlor where I wall continue to sell at cost all the remainder 1 of my gooclsoPlease call if you waiit anything in this line very cheap H BUCHAIDTAiN I 1 m FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF HICKMAN eUfERAL FUND ACCT To aint in Treas Jan 3 1900 S7G Of rccd of Marshal taxes and 93merTo amt recd on cemetery acct 20 4J 1 1 Hickman taxes 26250 F 51 Bank 105 00 of Clerk for license 724 r uTotal receipts for this acct 4100 01 itEy outs City Official Salaries 21120 15 2CQhoGaston C Nighti forbcltiugi MY 10 Taxes SSI 00 Print Council proceeding 75 00 Paid on River haul bonds 200 70 Salaries oQlcers election 8 00 onI Ins on Light Plant IS 30 OGg4 St C Light pay roll and ma terial 1173 22 Miscellaneous claims 107 OG cGldWATER AND LIGHT BOND ACOT Toamt in Treas Tan 3 1900 8397 t00 of Marshal on taxes 151 28 I Hickman Bank on taxes 176 CO F C M Bank 70110u6 By jut paid on 61 W L bonds 1800 00 Bal to Cr this acct Jan 3 1901 sSSJG 37 COLLEGE BOND ACCOUNT To anti reed of College Treas 1500 CO By 12 bonds paid 1200 00 Int paid on bonds 23S ft Overdraft Jan 3 1900 21 2551160 20 Bul to Cr this acct Tau 319019 80 CITY HALL ACCOUNT To amt in Treas Jan 3 1900 153 01 JOLcS194 By 2 bouds paid 8200 00 Int pd ou bonds 121 13 Insurance on Hall 80 00 Repair on City Hall 36 00 541713 SJ4 81 er1hc foregoing itports show that at the close of the year Jan 3 1901 there was the Treasury beTo Cr General Fund Aeetloo 7G ntWater and Light hood acct ROfV 3i College bond acct 39 80 City Hall acct 44 81 Total amt in Treasury 1311 74 Thcro has been paid this year 12 Col legs bonds and 2 City Pall bolds leav tllmhoods OUg noofne ive Ol1y Other bonds the city has outstanding are the 30000 thirty yer wateraod light bo1l- ch upon whi li tie semi anetl iieterest is prompUy piiid- The present indebted of tic cy gib er Miau teat heretofcvcElaieJ eslii untied in all to bo about 1000 00 the priricji anTyler Respectfully Submitted lostII C HELM City Clerk j2S I f AXISOUXCE1IEXT The Courier in a sfow weeks will bt so eltnuged as to give its renders u tnuctI larger amount of reading matter Ill i its necessitated by the demands oil on advertising columns beiuir compillrc I ncmto leave several columns uJr It the meantime we bog our ever hI roui patrons to oxcuse J COUGTT MEDICINESc r COW CU ilHS11- I 1- r 4 itiChILL L T f TOMC I == t ALL KINDS AT Cowgilll Cowgills DRUG STOREt 1 II I IfW1 i fittsburgand tire a- OldersaCCOWpariel wJihCai iytll it10- proauItea ion ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL GRADES OF STEAM WALE Alex A Faris f Son F S I OORE- IATTORNEYATLA W- lii1CKMA KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge II F Reinley i rr r 9 3Unr A A O JI4 1 i I D S J jlr 1 11 MOERIED I I1r1r 1 ItitiIIllHye been making some change 1 t- I l If iujiiiy r trc rooms and find them 1 overstocked many lines of good jjff seasonable goods andt yill sell i out at at a acr fOI themII If stock All goods in Dress 114 1 Department that are shop worn will be sold regardless of cost Big bar I gains lin this line if you want tor save none yII f i It I have now a large lot of Ladies r IfIJ If original cost They are IIllt class andwill soon be all sold jlt and get first choice f Iti tAMBEROt r o jJt r j IHCllUAN ill u HJCKMAN KENTUCKY r Capital Stock l- 11I1115 lld in50OOOSl and Undivided Profits 20000 Docs u General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Terms Acts of Farmers MercJiants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited if I The Funds nod SeclJuies of this 0 Bank are protected by they y ftFosler1 Patent Screw Door Safe t Burglarsrt 0- I lit T rLUll President V CJO Iiy SON CaBhie C AtiOLrMI5Et VicePresident P AMUKUG Aspt C H ir1T WAGON CO UUlaRS uY Till CELEBRATED HCTjffJ= a W oeH1CK ANrKENTUOKY = RELIABLEI oj II B BREVARD jIi3is a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offeredat ONE PRICE aiid that the very lowest the inarket justifies f ALL GOODS E UARANT1llI1 AS ItHPUESnNT D ROOFING A SPECIALTY HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSii 1NCAIIZIb FIND 1SIJIJ TOM DILLON Sr Propr1 Successor to B C n raat dteVl Marble and Granite Monuments R O ci RJ3ING STONE WORK of all Kinds E IRON FENCING c Ac r 1C1manE ta ti L s I ff srLVO M J u THE HICKMAN COURIER 1- I GEORGE WARREN i HICKMAN KY I FRIDAY FEB 8 1901 P 1 Kallreud Time Table JSTM OStL R HII LEAVES AUU1VK8 Train Mo S3 at 952 v 1110TralD No S2 745 a tu TralQ Mo 3 at 206 p ui Train No 4 140 p 01 ANNOUNCEMENTS FORREPRESENTATWE I We are authorized to announce Mr R B FLATT ot Hickman County as a candidate to represent Hickman und Fulton Counties in the Lower House of the next State Legislature subject to Democratic primary convention t be heldFeb 4 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr Mott Ayers as a candidate to represent Fulton and Hickman counties in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Kentucky subject to tile Democratic Convention to be held In Fulton February 4 1901 OOUHTT SUIT OK COMMON SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce Mr EM JCETT W KOACH as K candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary to be held April G 1901 We are authorized to announce Miss DOKA MKACHAM SMITH as a candidate for the office of Superintendent o Common Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 6 1901 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Mr W jfe TAYLOR us a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton County subject tothe action j of the Democratic Primary on April I Cth 1901 We are authorized to announce GEORGE CABFENTXR aa a candidate for the of lice of Sheriff of Fulton County ject to the Democratic primary tion to be held April 6th 1901 subJJ IWe are authorized to announce JOBS WHIQHT aa a candidate for office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 0 1901 row OOUN1Y CLERJk We are authorized to announce So D Ltmrx an a candidate for reelection to the otticeof County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April 6th 1901 we are authorized to announce Mr Lois BINPOBD as a candidate for the emus of County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 0 1901 WB are authorized to announce Audi E Base nD aa a candidate for the of fice of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary to be held April fl 1901 We are authorized to announce W M BACON as a candidate for the office ot County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April C 1901 FOR fCUNTY ATTOltNKV We are authorized to announce Mr HENRY T REMLET as a candidate for the office of County Attorney sub ject to the Democratic primary to be held April G 1901 FOR JAILEr We are authorized to announce MR Jo NOOSOM as a candidate for re election to the office of Jailer of Fulton coun ty subject to the Democratic primary tojbeheldApril 6 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Fulton County sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April G 1901 FORASSESSOR We are authorized to announce rues B LAKXOM as a candidate for the of flee of Tax Assessor subject to Democratic L primary to be held April G 1901We authorized to announce LUTHER WATSON as candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary tobe held April 61901 We are authorized to announce A WC CORUM as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary to be held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce R A B OWDU as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held 5Apri161901We to announce Bon HHDBICK as a candidate for the of flee of Assessor of Fulton County sub ject to the Democratic primary to be keld April 1901- QOUMTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce HIRAM KEABBV as a candidate for reelect tion for Judge of Fulton county court subject to action of Democratic pri mary of April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce J F MAXESE as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held 4Appi1619015 WHET you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant iin effect use Chamberlains Stomach and i Samplesfreebv Gowgill Cowgill Hiekman and A Mghaw State Line y rtcf j 111111 w III WINTER GOODS Without Counting Cost or ProfitI On account of the mild winter we have too uituiy Winter Goods so we will sell for tin next thirty days all winter goods at a BIG REDUCTION in order to Make room for Spring Goody which we are receiving daily Ladies Jackets Ladies O Jackets will yell at 0rLadies 350 Jackets will sell at 610Lldies1150nnd 100 Jacket will sell at 370 Fur Collarettes And Childrens Cloaks at a big reduction All these are this seasons goo- dsWoolen ShirtWaists Ladies 160 and 125 Flauue1 centsfLadies 225 Flannel Waist for only 165- Ladies all wool Henrietta Waist worth 350 for only 2G5 r We just received a line of GOODS PERCALES GI1 GRAMS NEW WOOL SHIRT WAIST GOODS Gilt and Silver Ribbon Ii Local and u- II Elder W II Hughes will preach at Poplar Grove Church Feb 12 13th and 14th at night 9We are here to stayCall and examine our work McFALL DISMUKES The Embroidery Club meets at the residence of the Misses French on Troy Ayenue this evening Please dont rain Last Saturday was Candlemas Day Purification Day The Wives Feast etc observances of the Greek Roman I und English Churches It was also groundhog day and it being cloudy the badger cold not see his shadow and hence superstition has it that winter is brokenMr Sam Brown and Miss Emma Self i two popular young people of this county were married Sunday last at the homo I of the brides brother Dr John Self at Clayton Tenn The bride is a daughter of Sam Self and the groom an industri ous and highly esteemed farmer Ma happiness be their portion J8Positivelt all work done without pain McFALL fc DIBMCKKS the pain less dentists Mas JENNIE BRYANT wite of Mr Dave Bryant died at the family home in Union City Wednesday morning I Her remains were brought to Hickman and buried in the City Cemetery yester day at 2 p m Funeral services were held at the residence of Mr T Ledford conducted by Revs R H Mahon and J H Evans The deceased lived in Hick man many years and was dearly loved by all for her sweet kindly tender and I loving womanly characteristics IirFrcsh Oysters always on hand a CarutherH A Convincing Answer Itr hobbled into Mr Blackmons drug store one evening says Wesley Nel son of Hamilton Gal he aslwd me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheu matism with which I had suffered for years I told him I had no faith in any medicine as they all failed He said well if Chamberlains Pain Balm does not help you you need pay for it I a bottle of it home and used it according to the directions and in one week was cured and have not been trou bled with rheumatism since For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Line I will make a full set of teeth plate or bridge work to the oldest person the county leaving his or her name n my office between now and the first o April MeFALV DI8MCKE8 l I Boys O- At cut prices Ifayss 500 and 450 knee pant Suit will sell for 385Boys 350 and 300 knee pant suite will sell at 225 Boys and lIens Overcoats We have a good line to select from and have made big cut in priceBig Redaction on all nuns suits and pants All Winter Dress Goods IIofII NEW SPRING GOODS have new ILACES EMBROIDERIES fortrimmmgs Ja6ITZER cfc DODDS HICKMAN 7 RENfUCKYIi Personal not took FBEE Clothing fi I INTERNATIONAL i i STOCK FOOD TE- AV1 UI KBn B rATj BR- yy U BVBR A J You take orIIoquickerbSTOCKIfeeding International Stock Food Saves grain and 30 to GO days time in fattening By commencing to feed it to weighMOcanpHogs using TEHATIOX AL STUCK FOOD which only costs 3 FEEDS FOR ONE CENT R Internationals Stock Food Prevents V 1 1Itpf Hog Cholera kkr atstimulating tone blood purifier and general system strengthener When the system is strong vigorous and healthful your Hogs will not have Hog Cholera Hog Cholera has commenced and you ought to take every precaution and care fully guard against this terrible disease mtingtonicstrengthener which cau be fed at the very small cost of i Three Feeds j For ii9 jiOneHi J Try it and be convinced It isi sold ou a perfect guarantee by tt MCCLUREIt yfOrders will receive prompt attention at M B Shaw Son Department Store 1 f wa ar R yp Avwt- S+ Wry rr 1 11- J I Our Reduchor 5aIe- T F s170U Id I lterest Ybil We have the POWER PRICEI i jndwe make the PRICE A POWER 4a al nw q J fI muralstmexaozeaor ca n jv High prude Suits Overcoats Underwear and Shoes for niens winter wear at pricesI greatly reduced just when tthe snow and ice and storm king make ihera nec essaryS tlRS wfarrR lgt a u You cant afford to Iniss this opportunityan offer EveryoneIl of them a bargain Supply your wants novre i iiiilake every 11- IY 1Ici you superior values WaXii fiiS7J ru 4 IfLYt PANYI SHIRTS REDUCED FROM SI to 50c To keep your feet warm lIddry no matte what the weather is worth a great deal The celebrated Water King Shoes will do allwellfittin shoes you will appreciateI our line 4 fa A specialty we make of durable well made nice loU1 tIShirtsfor the labor- ingi man i Our announcements we live up to show the Goods I we advertise and sell them at prices that satisfy onr customers I- 1hpR173 a WTfta Mickt te Hoiin EibbW in 18- 1H I eifX AMBERG ELECTRIC RAILWAY JHETWKEX FULTOX UICIUIAN AND UMOX CITY TALKBll 01 I IFultou Enterprise 1 Parties were in the city Tuesday look ing over the ground with a view to orb nrzing an electric railroad between here Union City and Hickmau Just now they do not wish their names men tinned but they am in earnest aud say that electric cars running between these points is oao of tho possfbiltties of the j first year of the twentieth century They have seen parties here who have i local capital and claim to have tine on- I I couragemout This company proposes to run tine comfortable passenger and freight cars They propose to run a freight department by which they can carry farmers crop to town and deliver I coalI and city goods at their doors An Enterprise mnn interviewed one ot the parties and lie says that it is a sure go aud the prospects are that in one year Ieompletedi and onr county seat and parties who hnve the means should encourage it all they can There is nothing too good for Fulton and no business enterprise that could possibly prove a failure u I F G0Fi 1ro HE DRIVEN OUT OP TUB SMALL I TOWNS IX WEST TENNESSEE j Unless the hill iis blocked in the Sen ate Memphis and Taeksou soon will be I the only whisky selling towns in West I Tennessee A bill prohibiting the sale i townsofl of less than 5000 population has passed I in the House and is now up to the Seu ate for approval or disapproval The whisky nun at the digital city are fear ful lest the Senate concur in the louse bill The bill is said to be the greatest surprise developed thus far in the House of Representatives In such towns as Brownsville Dyersburg Ilumboldt Par is Huntingdon Milan Martin Troy Lexington Bolivar Union City Coving ton and Somerville Remnants of Wall Paper enough for a room from 50 cents Tto Si00 Ton quick to get pretty patterns WILSoN BOOK STORE 0 u I CAVALflYI i ii MEMPHIS TENN Feb 1901 General Order No Gi Every and all surviving members of j Forrests cavalry composed of Ceutncky I and West Tennessee veterans except j arrherobyjj rWi deuces to these headquarters immedi ately that such may bo unrolled pre 1 lparatory to permanent organization and for the purpose of becoming ready forII I nxLIII I of regiment aud the brigade to which I warrUy order of G A C IIOL- TBrigadierGeneral Commanding IL J BLACK Acting Adjt General THE END NOT YET Another Goebel Suspect Arrested Capt Garnett D Riploy of Now Cas tie under an indictment charging him with complicity iu the Goebel murder Tho grand jury recites that the one who I unkuownITaylor Youtsoy and others as having conferred together and arranged for his I murder at the time he was murdered Youtseys lawyers put in the plea of insanity for him The other cases will be continued I j A CARD OF THANKS We desire to try to express through I the Courier our sircerc thanks to our many kind friends and faithful physi cinn for their loving kindness shown us t I in our sad afflictions and we do sincere I Jly trust that God will abundantly blessI and reward each and every one Is the prayer of I It E POLK AND FAMILY I i I 1 CARPET SA lPLBSII I I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a nice i fresh lot of Carpet Sample and can i furnish Carpets ready made to tit any I room All new patterns I ALSO have sonic Samples which stockis closed out These samples will i wake good rugs and will bo sold at cost1 M H C AMBEIJG 1 F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker rrICK rAN KENTUCKY IVE ME waneLlanksuilthingWgoll colIorleihoin a specialty ofIICommonI I UlaclWallin btili realonhIema n SWi Shop near the Jail if i HFIlemUy Joe W XScaattt 6 BENNETT i REMLEY === AT sORNEYS ATLAW especialthocounties atClintoni i is G E EAKER s General Gcocer Powell Block Clinton St ti ofJtohlveGoodeandChoice LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT t J H POLLOCK Propr First class surreyscarriaOesserved politenesjjPatrona i f 1 r H s- i j i f 1 1TarsoiiHickspredicts aboutFebruary i laPTeethl without pla HALLDI9MDKE3 Mrs Ada Watsonof MaYfield is vis f iting her mother Mrs J J Jones cJrRead Shaws advertisement onfIrstMr and Mrs J StLouisSenterRobertsSySee new atMoRRISpd Some Klondike gold quartz ia now on exhibition windowse Miss MidlandIIIRoysternearCayce withoutMrs J W toOhattanoogawill be absent about 3weeks LrDiniii Chairs TableS andgny NewFurniturearrivlng MORRIS Jb PHILLIPS r grandsonRichard visitingMrs painlessdentistsdentistsMiss Bessie French leaves next week to visit former schoolmates in New Orleans She will be absent several weeks to Mrand Mrs W H Baltzer at home Thursday Feb 7th from 8 to 11 oclock was a society announcement foryester dayPfl8LCrov7n specialty9 dentists + Dr Jack Thompson at one time popularand well known citizen of Hick wan and a gallant Confederate soldier died recently at his home near Lynch burg Va jD The looked for line of Dry Goods and Ladies Furnishings is be ginning to arrive at Swats The Obion Chronicle has suspended pUblicatlonbthe plant having beeu soldT of Elbridge who has moved it to that place The former epitor W J Allen has assumed edito rial control of the Hickman Courier Lake County Advocate This is a mistake STA large bill just arrived of Patent Leather Shoes for Men This is a line to which we always pay special atten honeSnAwsWe wish once more to ask the render of the Courier to report to the Cou lIEU or any of its representatives any local happening social or otherwise If you have a guest or if you yourself have been on a visit you will do us a favor by reporting the facts at once IirYou will profit by reading SHAWS ad on first page The new Cumberland Presbyterian hurch has amber cathedral glass in the vestibule and the reflection of the sun on a lamp within gives the appearance to passers on the street of a ligh lamp always burning each day sun shine or cloudy Is this in accord with the Bible injunction to keep your lamps trimmed and burning NOW ON HAND We have just received a fine selection of the Sabbath Library Call dant see these excellent books at 5 cents WILSONS BOOK STORK TIlE claim ot other cough remedies to be as good as Chamberlains are effect ually set at rest in the following teat i monial of Mr C D Glass an employe of Bartlett t Dennis Co Gardiner Me He says I had kept adding to a cold TVandtaking every cough medicine I heard without permanent help until one da I was in the drug store of Mr Honl- hau and he advised me to try Chamb- elains Cough Remedy and offered to pa back my money if I was notcured M lungs and bronchial tubes were rery sore at this time bat I was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turned to it when I got a cold and soon find relief I also recommend it to my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickinan and A M Shaw State Line MOB AT TIPTONVILLE The Sheriff of Lake County spirited away the negro Fitzgerald from the Tiptonville jail where he was incarcerated r for assaulting a Miss Nina Michael Tee negros crime was that which the law is rarely callea on to punish Judge Lynch generally deals with the case Miss Michael is an orphan girl 18 years 4 neeEReelfoot Lake when he made the as sault Sha made her escape from him and reported the facts to the people at t Tiptonville FARM FOR SALE I will sell 55 Acres of Land 4M miles Southwest of Hickman on the Wilson road Apply to J W Erg rfy FelttHdChiiia Bean t I have four full blooded Poland1 China Boars from registered stock that I offer for sale Uallat the Ferdinand Maddox farm one mile east of Mt Her mon church ron the undersigned JOHN A MCCLURE 616 Troy Ave Hiekman Ky r 1 7 F While Taking Stock Were CuttingThe As we find some goods that we do not with to carryover we will make specially attractive 1prices to move them Dress Goods Some excellent things fox skirts which sold heretofore at 00 cent we offer al 48 cents Other good patterns which were 95 cents which w make now a price of 7fie These are very desirable goody and should be looked law CapesJackets andSilk Waists Have a few only left aBiurn primeato move them Ladies Hats At eat pric- esShow This Week NEW ARRIVALS 0f- EMBROIDERIESI I Which we think is the prettiest line we have ever shown and much cheaper Prices start ti 111cfinestqualitIe l and tOe specially geoatal use New Percales RrleeatedBj aote f i Scotch Cheviots 9hce- ntAll Wool Tricot aofFabricy isellrgleeyeatsyNewCalicoes CalicoesNice NiceStyles atFive FiveCents Have Too Much Clothing On Hand and to reduce the stock start Skis week a SuitSALand 98c Pants la this lot we lave put Pasts that sold at t125 and 1130 and good vales at tlc e pi ies 200Pants la this pile arm all oar 2W Pant and laany that Mid for O 350 Extra Size Pants These laic been selling at 94CO 750Suits SuitsWenaand Boys Snit from MgularflOOOline Erery one in the lot is good value at 11000 anti at prices named is a bargain 3Childs SuitsYour choice o1 our finest Suits imclmdiag liOD and- ptlo lau- srncy Silirts To close are akiDI these lpte1aJpnIH r 39It Cents theFAMOUSgoad MylM 59 CentsFor 75 csnts Shirts These are splendid value 75 Cents For 1100 lhinI These in e11WuoaBlOLaDd Inter Batkmal braad ike best im Ike market fur 1100 i 1 L P t W1 S ELLISON- HICKMAN 4 KENTUCKY 3- ii = 1oJ SOCIAL EVENTS DRAWINB CONTEST FuquaonyoungpeopleentertainmentThe bytheMavbell with various amusements aniongthem being adraw inR contest which YerylntereeveningThewere eachrequired to makea tobsprizetiae 1isFrankiedeservingWinner I reprcslnta1tinevening of enjoyment APRON PARTYII The most enjoyable social event of neighborhoodhome ofMr and Mrs Bill Hinshaw on Wednesday January 30th The young girls offered a nice calcI to the young man who should put theI nicest hem on an apron The follow ingjcouples were contestants for the prize IIHenryII Sam Tanner and Lexie Alexander BillI 4 IIbowII Bulah Marrow Jesse AndersonoJIand I i j Emma Patterson Bob Patterson anuj Ruby Bowman Clay Evans and Maud II Johnson HenryMarrow and Annelohn son Ferd Johnson and Hlaiifhi IIyl r- After a careful examination the judgr awarded the prize to Bob Pattfrnun i I We spent a very pleasant evening 111111 i j all hope that Mr and Mrs Hinshaw i jII fnIItorej t i IN MEMOIt1A1L In tweet remembrance of Carrie 13 Poljc born March 2nd 1S80 died Jan nary 2Gth 1901 It is so hard Snch was the sad expression which passed from lip to lip as they placed her body in the silent tomb but as the frost cuts down the choicest flowers even so death claims our most loved ones Sho was a consistent member of the Baptist church for three years and as the chilly waters of death closed around her she shrank not but clasped her white hands and with voice said Dear Jesus take me home and as her stay on earth grow briefer she sang We will reign in glory with Jesus bye I f andbye She IB not dead but sleeping youthInand truth Like the bud but just opened then blightLike evening obscured nightShe Heaven of Heavens above 9Rehearsing kindlove She lists the sweet music of that blest abode And sings hallelujahs of praise to her GodWe not an those without hope for in eternitys dawn we will meet dear Carrie in a home over there where afflictions never come OXE WHO LOVED HEn COWOILL t COWGILL Hickmau and A M Shaw State Line will refund you your money if you are not satisfied after using Chamberlains Stomach and Liv- erI Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach billiousness constipation and headache Price 25 cents Samples free CIr MARDI SEAS Mobile Ala Feb 18 and 19 1901 Only one fare for the round trip via the Mobile and Ohio railroad The Carm val this year will surpass in splendor any previous period Tickets on sale Feb 11 to 18 good for return passage to March 7th 1901 Low rate tickets on sale to New Orleans La Two wide Tsstibuled through trains daily carry fug Pullman Palace sleeping care to the Carnival city For tickets or further in formation call on your nearest railroad agent orwriteO SHEPARD G P A Mobile Ala Ralph Bingham Personator Violinist and Vocalist will give an c tertainment at City Hall Feb 18 uucf the auspices of theLadies Aid Society The press is unanimous in expressions of commendation of Mr Binghams inimitable entertainments As a chary- ter artist he is said to be unsurpassed 80 all desiring an evenings enjoyment of Song Music and Story should not fail to attend TUK greatest danger from cold and grippe is their resulting in 1f reasonable care is used however a Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in I time than any other treatment It pleasant and safe to take For sale b Oow ill CoF ill HIckman and iM Shaw State Line HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE forMIJ J C BOJDUUAXT r1n 1 ililOf O To U CII 1 IIn 19011 Weve made mar in the past tees years kIIwe have sold in a yea all the way fromI Ii 6000 to20000 Pairs of SnUBSI I I IOurIany firm large or smell 1We name prices that are seldom matched and nee beaten Wo carry a stock that ia unsurpassed anywhere No sale is complete lluntil you sue satisfied We right every wrong Our Fur eniihinlGoods and Clothing department well deserves its 1 carI ry large gooJ JANT7ARY SALE OIT n 1 OVERCOATSi 1We wont carry over a one if the price will sell them l12 50 OVERCOATS NOW CUT TO S898 12 00 tt a SS48 1 r S10 00H H 748 750r H H H 598 198IWe have just a few left All sizes in the aggregate New clean goods no old stock It will pay you to buy now I RICE j1ATLORV ICASH H1LiFtllllUIBIAUW1 LE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement 5ecxrry ovirythln r uriiHv fu111 in a fir3 = cla33 GrJ ryandoJ lpains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try ue Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered TO THE I am in this 1 linei of business at Union City Tenn at all times- a large and well as sorted stock of Good and Pure as well as all goods in that line and solicit a i TRIAL fl 1 ytd rIt 3 SitsntH rnabled to sell and hereby offer yoU Four Whiskeyfortmarks pith ne n01satisfaolrThis is a most liberal offer and I await your orders IlR WEBSTER 1- i cINCBOCEBIES I i ono= Cr laGowhereI they all gOJWO 0 udwantFRESH the TOisRogers Threlkeld 1 i VP T0 GROCERY I D1Clinton rREsH MEATS PUBLIC engaged andcarry Whiskey otherirespectfully ORDER IW WEBSTER ii7y FOR THE BEST GOODSat LOWEST PRICES DATE tcGoods Delivered Free Telephone 74ss i r i I 1r 1 111 kTh c I a t EELIGJON A SOLACE s Dr Tiilmage Speaks Comforting Words for the Righteous 1iscourr for Tliiiie whune I1ve- Kiiite Mail ietlestll hi Well for tllf believer Trust Thoroughly In tml Copj riut 1S01 by Louts Klopstli N V There is a great solace in this ds course of Dr Talinage for those whose lives have inn 113 anxieties text Isaiah 310 Say ye to the right cots that it shall be well with him Here is a promise for people who nre all right but who will come and get it How many or rather how few people do you know who arc all right If it were asked of any assembly that those who were sinless should rise up none would rise except imbe ciles and religious cranks An ac cident happened near CO centuries ago that started the human race in theI wrong way and we have not got over i We know a greatt many splendid nun and splendid women but they trill tell you that they Love not al vis done the right thingor thought the right thought Jf it were racy of your business they could give you an iimntory of frailties and mistakes and infelicities that would be astonishing ere then you say is a Bible prom ise that goes begging stay ye 10 the righteous that it shall be well with him It is my delightful work today to show you that all the sons and daugh ters of Adam and Eve may appropri ate the benediction of my text if they will first do the right thing Over here in the next street was a man who lil great misfortune lost all he had and was positively beggared but a letter comes from some European city where the land records are kept announcing to him that a great forhtune is his Now he is as opulent as he was pauperized He dolT his rags and puts on respectable attire and moves into a home appropriate for a Juan of vast estate Ills worldly cir cumstances were all wrong last year they are all right this year On the next street is a man who was ftornt perfect health prostrated and he teemed to be siek unto death but a skillful physician took correct diag tuiis of his disease and by prompt and vigorous treatment restored him to his former vigor As to his health he was all wrong before now he iis all right In these two ways I illus trate nit thane 15y sin we have all been morally bankrupted Christ the Lord from His infinite tJche pays our debts and emparadises us In His mercy From His richest wardrobe lie puts on us the clean robe of His righteousness and gives us a palace in the heavens wlmen we are ready to go up and take it Xow as to our spiritual estate we are all right We were morally diseased but Christ the physician by a bath in the fountain of grace cures us Now as to our spiritual health we are all right That is the way we come to the righteousness spoken of in the text It is a contributed right eousness a made oer righteousness an imputed righteousness The moment you get into right relations with Christ the Lord that moment you can appreciate the magnificent comfort ofII the text and I defy you in all this treat book from the first verse of the first chapter of Genesis to the lot verse of the last chapter of Rev elation to find me a passage with higher and deeper and broader and k longer comfort than that of the text which is as deep as the Atlantic ocean half way between the continents and high as the sun when the clock iis striking 12 at noon But I shall be vampedwith the oceanic tides of this subject unless the Lord help me 10 keep a foothold Say to the righteous that it shall be well with him Hear in mind that but few people can stand worldly success Water is 1 good thing but too much of it wiJIjj drown Fire is a good thing but too much of it will destroy Lightning is n good thing but too much of it dar yles and blinds Success is a good thing but tco much of it has overwhelmed ninny for this world and the next If it were best for us we would nllbe millionaires live in palaces like the Alhambra and be as personally at tractive as Cleopatra appeared to An tony But most of folks could not endure such superabundance and it is absolutely necessary in order to keep them right that nine hundred nnd ninetynine men out of one thou Fnn should find life a struggle It keeps them out of mischief After premisesherea day he could keep the garden and happcnstohintandjfight The ground that bloomed with spontaneous flowers and rustled with harvests that owed nothing to plow or hoe became hostile and bramble was substituted for roar and the panther growled where before he fawned and horn and fang and hoof became belligerent That Edenlc eject ment shows us as nothing rise ever minute and overthi ow Put it down among your blessings instead of your misfortunes that you have to work hard with brain or hand or foot or all three of them worthtrarc consecrated r and humble and generous amid employing their means for the worlds I redemption You could count them lip on the fingers of your two hands even if by accident or war you had lost one or two of your fingers As it to 1i9rculm of jiersotial attractive ntssihow many women radiant of countenance and graceful of form do 3ou kuovAvho are unaffected and nat II C ural of manner and deeply pious be fore Got using their beauty fur the betterment of the world and not for selfish purposes I only take the risk of asking the question and leave to you the risk of answering it These 1 things I say to show you that in order to have the promise of the text ful filled in your ease it is not necessary you have phenomenal worldly success ii Notice also that God gives the righteous the power to extract good I out of evil and by a divine chemistry to change the hitter into the sweet and the harmful into the beneficial The promise that it stall be well with you dues not inply that yon are to be free from trouble There is no escape from that We all have family relations and some of theta will be making exit from this world so that be reavement is the universal inheritance So also is financial loss Thec difference between the prospered mcIc those not prospered is the difference t in the amount they can afford to lose The more wealth a man hits the more he can lose but ore man can afford 1 to lose a million dollars where nnoth er man cannot afford to lose one dol 1 lar On larger or smaller scale all suiter financial loss Amid the rapidity of the revolutions of the wheel of j i national and international fil1I11Iii monetary perplexity is a common asI day or nighttSo also initintrrprHatinn and slan t der came to all who live active Iliven II Our notions thoroughly hottest and 11 IIIpiionof court hears illustrations of the trmI I Iffusion of what i j rated circunisnin fiat evidence Innocent men are lined or imprisoned or electrocuted IMIMIISP of an unfortunate conjunction of greats What is true in courtrooms j is true in all circles of domestic or i social or political or oflicial life YouC have been misunderstood and misrep gteseutcdi misrepresented Then hots ran mt text be true My explanation is this The man without any divine grace iin is heart finds in these troubles irri tntion und unbelief and melancholia rant despair A Christian man llnds in them submission anti enlarged views and divine support and reeousecra tion Bereavement to the worldling l brings hard thoughts of God and a re sistance so violent it tiurrs not fullyI express itself Iereavement brings to the Christian the thought of heavenly reunion and a more complete lainii hold of God and a more tender appre ciation of the divine presence and deeper gratitude that we were per mitted to have the departed one so long and a more lively sympathy fotII the sorrows of puffers and another 1 dente of Gods love for whom thtII Lord lovcth he chastcucth 1 Financial loss which 1 jut now said is sure to come never breaks up a man who has strong faith in God In most cases it is a loss of surplus or it is the banishment of luxuries Most of the wants of the prosperous classes are artificial vattts The late Mr Ar mour of the 00000000 estate pointed to one of his clerks on ordinary salary and said That man has a better ap petite than IISllpS better nights and j enjoys life more than I do Oh the gigantic miseries of those who have too imiilij A man in Solomons tithe expressed as philosophic and reason able a wish as any man of those times or of our tunes His name wns Agur and he offered a prayer that he might never have a superabundance or a deficit crying out Give me neither poverty nor riches On the one side he had seen the awful struggle of theI poor to get foodand clothes and shelter and to educate their children and on the other side he had seen the gouty foot and the indigestion and the insomnia and the anxiety about large investments and till threatened I paresis often characteristic of those I who are loaded up and loaded down I j with too many successes Those pen I j i mussIcsthatI the things absolutely necessary for their well being They Lave no Mu rilloson their wall nor a IeJshaxars Feast in the dining room nor a pair of 3000 sorrels at their doorway But they have something which those superahundantlysiipplicdsclflom have jI 1111ingnecessary exercise and their diet ing limited to plan food they do heII suffer from midnight salads and Thljretirel j are homes for the dance or the card party They will sleep the last sleep just as well in the plain graveyard as those who have over them an alchof sculp tured granite in costliest necropolis or most historical abbey The reason so many people are mis erable is because they do not let well enough alone They are in one occu pation and see its annoyances and so change to another occupation and find as many annoyances if not more They live in one place and know its uncomfortable environments and move into another place which has just as many limitations Their investments yield them four per cent and they sell out to make investments that will yield ten per cent and lose all Bet ter5ctt don and stop frettingabout yourself and the world Do any of us fully realize the fact that God gives us three tthings in un limiter supply although no formula of prayer that I ever heard recognizes them water air and sunlight Water 1 3 the riverfull Water by the lakeful Water by the occanful Some for ablution sonic for slaking of thirst some for baptistery some for fountains and aquariums I never appreciated hut Ia wonderful thing water is until last summer I stood by the fountains before and around the emperors palace at PC terhof Russia 1 had been familiar with this wonderful element of nature from childhood having been born on the banks of the beautiful Ilaritan and as a barefooted boy dabbled in the brook near my fathers house But I never reaed until last unnjywat water could do iin pits or in strange caprice or beaut atiriatiri i or when climbing the ladder if tilt i 1ttor when skillful workmen teholdof itto toss It or whirl it or shape it into crowns or hoist it into columns Or spring it into grebes or lift it into buil41Isaw the less glorious waters at Chats worth England or Versailles France as you stand in the balcony of the palace overlooking the Finland gulf b e wildered and transported as you tool at the one display called the Golden Stairway fountain The water rolls down over 21 steps one foot high and- o feet long All of these 24 steps art lioldSilverlollingdashfoamingI J splendotswa ters Boxology of torrents But that which moat impressed me there and elsewhere iis the abundance of water the fact that there ore so many waters that the continents can afford to throw them away into thoitll lluilsotis amj Ohms Oregon amid Amazons Itliinei nud Danube and Yolgas and so abun dart that the earth can afford to liavo its oceans evaporate into the heavens Mediterraneans Iud Atlantics timid Pa cities How rich the earth iis with wa er Mftt Wverag of a the nations fur after t Ie richestI banquet with tho richvtt bevraiits everyone wants n- tfat a sip of jit water rout waicrt Gcdtic rcnclydwtt r Uitli still more abundance is thtfair skyfulli cannot flyn high as not to have it in the nostril or tinder the wing And what affluence of sunlight XooncUut the infinite Goc could iii jMuse so much of it The golden candlestick set on the blue mantel of the ht ellsSn reat that the Almighty i compared to it the pimist crying out The Cbrd God iiIt sun It iis high time that we qJlrformlllaabundant blessings of the universe which come to all k me scientists are now discussing the opening of communication between our earth and the planet Mars KNpcriincuts are being made but they will not succeed We canot build a fire large enough to attract the attention at that world or lift a lent powerful enough to see any response interstellar We do not positively know that that world is occupied by living beings or that if it is occupied communication with them would bo desirable It might Tint he so good a world as this and thus communica tion with it would be debasing But I rejoice to know that Heaven iis in touch with other worlds for their improvement and a depot fr glorious arrivals It is a thoroughfare between this world atd that world and a rate ing and going perpetual Going onto this world iis us natural ns coming in to it hot the one is with pang and the other is with rapture if we are fitted for the uplifting process It shall be well with you Sow do not get so frightened about that asthma or that cough or that influenza or that threatened pneumonia The worst thing that fatal disease can do iis to usher you into coronation and enthronement It shall be well with you Take as good cart of your health as you can have all the sanitary laws keep in this world as long as you are permitted to stay and then when the heavenly call conies bo glad to go T do not care much about what your last words are going to be People put too much emphasis on last words I wood rather know what your words are now in days of health and with mental faculties in full play your words of kindness your words of sympathy your words of helpfttl ness your words of prayer So live that if you do not say a word during wiJIhcIsaintly prophetie evangelistic apps tolc cherubic seraphic archangelic deific presence iIt shall be well with you Mother you will go right up into the posses- Sion of the hake that the scarlet fever or took out of your arms a 1sorrow that still stings you and you often say she would now be so miinv years old if she had lived You will go into the presence of the old folks for I hope you are of Christian an thhhaIg theyhave springsfrontthe blissful companionship of Heaven in which you shall enter It shall be well with you I ring this bl1Jat emancipation and triumph I like the way time sexton rings the bell of the old country meeting house I used to stand and admire him pulping the rope of that bell He rings it a good r while so that every farmhouse withini five miles hears it He may halt at nmmcnt to take breath and give the theielloesmss old and not strong enough to pull thai rope any more then he sits and listens while his son rings the church bell So my text seems a bell of invitation and victory I began to rln5 it in the opening of this discourse fi hope to ring it as long as I live and may those who come after us keep on ringing it till those farthest oft from God shall come into the great temple of Gospel romfort and all tli J HJ31tarneither awayThreebe well ft shall be well It shall be well Sot iepnndnhl- cleather1nd way should we car den or to rise by our own efforts Johnnie Wise =Cause theres no teI in when time alarm clock will Mel wrong Baltimore American VJS M FIFlralAlH CONGRESS Second Scerton Washington Ian OnntlStn ator Frye gave notice in the senate thatt he intendedI to keep the shipping bill to tilt front even against appro priation lulls not yielding to tJm- without a vote of tin senate It iu tlicated a disposition on the part of the senate leaders tp force to an ear fyIissue thug qtiuM ton vyjiethur lime Shipping bill is gIl11to to nafefat this Session Senator Turner 11ttsh- k poke Tuesday in severe arraignment fof tin bill The Indian appropriation bill was pSw tI early ittflhcfn1iyj I i House The house spoilt Dueidav upon the agricultural appropriation bill H was used as a vehicle for Tho introduction ujUfcrigvttral vgen6ral speechtsr T V 1 il ThlPshiPlillI Fin apprreabieof the time Icing occupied in s rrrLes- ilnusrvtheI antipolygamy crusiile vhieh resulted in driving Mr 1nb erts I tahs representative from his seat at the last session hilt an ihp heliltI aprllOJlIjuakiug appropriations for agricul flurnl colleges of thei several stale rflered ultktl f agriculture vs aiisfirI i that nn trustee or teacher in the institution practicedi pnlyaei11r 1Ivitig who jSiUCicdcd Mr Kolnrts tried iin rain- rto i head it oil withi I a point of miter and then jnveiylied ugahibl it as bills plv airsifierinath of the Robertcru ade He indicted that polygamy was fa thing of the pastt The bill ties passed jf Washington Feb 1InatwAt cr an eventful legislativeI i experience srysiariHof tfinonttints of the 1iiiteil Stilts army Thurs Rlay passed it S In ftngc in congress innd now o+ s loathe president rUt his signature The finhl stepwas taken in Ithe senate where byii vote Lof to 23 the conference report on tic hill was agreed to The house tlIclhnJ1ltHtI which the conferees leave taken in ill producing new provisions On the final vote several republican senatfUS Voted with the democrats against the reporttHouse The house lhurslayApa Ill the fort iiiln t ions appropriation PiIJ postedictamendments were offered lto the f post of ire appropriation hill Jn time in terest of various claims M f post of tree employes but they all went by3Itoliicf committee who was iu charge of the bill Washintrlon Fiha2tieunteThe thelfJowlet to further expedite its progress a motion was agreed to for a session beginning at 111 am Saturday Senators Iawlins Utah and Berry irk occupied most of the time Friday in speeches of vigorous s opposition Toward the close of the day a spirited discussion was prccipi by an amendment olr4reIl by fir Clay ia proposing to link the l i kshipiiigagreedtt to till house amend inents to the resolution providing for Ralf count of the elect oralI vote f HousesTill1 house Friday jiassid all omnibus hit carrying 101 claims theiuttioniclaims were passed on ty the court of claims and aggregateir444sO reoiiccill1 thekhirltspreventing the raudulcjit entry of Chinese into flit Ignited gtativs was also passeil t Washingtfui Feb 4 1Senate4t 11 oclock Saturday unlj with thincx option of an hour and a Imlf at the begiiiiiug of the session tl- s leotcrl1 the entire day to the diseiissiou of the ship subsidv bill TJie1 situation in anydeyelopnuIiISicons intend to continue pressing the neatweeki opposition intend to talk Jill m as are te death lrf House The house spent the day until l oclock in thp consideration of the post office v appropriation bill The struggleI over the questions of restoring the appropriation for rtduetion+ cipitatedi by amendiMiuMits offered lint no action was taken At M1 oclock public business tins suspend ed to permit the members to pay tribtito to the late Senator Davis of Minnesota 11 Iluiic Cliiiuc Iteixutfil Ien l London Feb 2Thelien tf 1sncor t respondent of the Standard wiring Thursday says it was rumored that day in TienTsSn that Li Hung Chang was dead Af 1 1 I I 1 Paris I j r2JT lpl fprcign oljlcc has no news of the deaths of Li Hung Chang as reported by the Frankfort Gazette M Pinchon the French minister at Pcking hassljuit alluded to his illneskvfor some trmue so it is supposed iit is not serious Vornt Snotvxtorm mi lt eorl Burlington In Feb tlhe worst snowstorm in three years has raged here all day and is increasing All trains arc late Street cars are blocked The wind is blowing a gale Keports say that it is one of the worst snowstorms on record Capt SeollrlilM Koinninii Havana Feb tThl hOllof Capt Charles 15 Schofield of the Second United States cavalry who died Sat I I1rdar u r JIWlirLofll1 ar disease ttlies arrited rat JIaana McPhersonI II north by the transport r ep for SkipTortured Rabies And Rest for Tired Mothers 4 In a Warm Bathwith futicurel a 00 ftF auiwAnda single anointing with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This is the purest sweetest most speedy per torturingidiscrusted and pimply skin and scalp humors rashes irritations and chafings f with loss of hair of infants and children and is sure to succeedwhen all other remedies fail 4 Millions of Mothers Use Cuticura Soap AStsteI111Y CCTICUUA OINTMENT the great Etln cure for prcservJnf purifying anti beau tlfytn the skin of infants and children for rashes Itchlnps and dialings for cleansing tho softeningwhitentngI nursery llinlons of Women use CUTICCKA SOAP In the form of baths forannoyinjj Irrita tions Jnflaininatlon and excoriations for too frco or offensive pcroplrationln the form of washes for ulccratlvc weaknesses and for many eanatlve antiseptic purposes which readily sug est themselves to women especially mothers Ko amount of persuasion can Induce those who hive owe mated these great skin purlaers and beautifiers to use any others espe cially for prtfcrvin and purifylnp tlicstliHecalpand hair of infants and children Ctrrr cuiix SOAP roinljlncs delicate emollient properties derived from CuTicuuA Ute great skin cure with the pure tofcleansing ingredients and the most refreshln of flower odors No other medicittrd soap 18 to bu compared with It for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands o other foreign or domestic toilet soap however cxpcn fin le to llC compared with it for nil the purposes of time toilet bath and nursery Thus It combines in Ou SOAP at Oxi 1iticK viz TwKNrrrivE CENTS the JEST skin and corn plcxlon soap tad the BEST toilet and baby soap in Uic world t PG Complete External and Internal Treatment for Even HUH ij ILlU IO Consisting of COTICURA SOP 2ic to cleanse the skin of crusts and wales and soften the thickened cuticle CrjTicuiiA OINTMENT andTI bloodhumorsFEMININE LOVE OF JEWELS I Women of All Cunatrlo and of All- Agce7ltav 4 e lrecn Duzzlcil- Ity Jon Women of nil o 4ntries have h nn In herent love for precious stones which uresupposedeto exercise souse sub tie niagiietism upon their natures Hence the latterday craze for somme mascotic jewel n survival of superstition Upon meclilbrr people certain gents appear IS1Itlledtalisman which when lost or presaged the ruin of n noble house I A person with a vivid imagination might even believe in time theory of the Pythagoreans who formulated time doctrine that inanimate as well as animate things are endowed with souls Certain evolutionists of today trace the origin of man hack l to I stones asserting that in their ada i mantine bosoms they contain the all pervading essence of spirit and that i the spark emitted from their crystalline i 1ic1r1riitht revelation of the itnII prisoned soul within jI From time immemorial jewels have lt served as propitiary offerings at holy shrines as tokens of amity from one crplviicil head fto another as mystic messengers of affection between is1 tant friends as pledges of constancy exchanged between plighted lovers Men have bled nnd died kingdoms have crumbled families have been rent asufulcrhiisband and wife part cd over the disputed possession st of some coveted jewel Perhaps poor Marie Antoinette of ill starrecl mem cry might have kept her pr tty head pon her shoulders had it not been dinmoodhave succumbed to the temptation of gems Faust bartered his snul Vor the love of a woman Marguerite sold hers for a gem starrei baubleJj tlO11 isjust posoic says the Chicago Teeocd 4that tbeYpbstfoffice1cIerksgare not sorry that Christmas comes but once a year OVERCROWDED LONDON The Fnlhh Jlctropolti + Ii Dffcllnll from H Denrthof Ilonncs Ucnh Guing Cp At the present moment writes Sir Walter Hesant in the Century those parts of East London inhabited by the workingmen of nil kinds from the respectable artisan in steady em ployment down to the casual band and the children of the street art suffering from the dearth of houses There are not enough houses for the people there are not enough single rooms for the families which would gladly occupy them if they could The rents of the lowest tenements are going up higher and higher The working people compete with one another for rooms The landlord hnt only to put up his house or his rooms in his house to the highest bidder A room that used to be let for four shillings a week can now command six while the fine or the sum paid on taking the key which was formerly a few shillings now runs up to a pound or even two The houseless used to be considered the very poor est Among them now are families where the head is in goodwork They are houseless because there are no houses for them The vast in crease of population has a good deal to do with this For instance the outlying suburb of East Ham 20 years ago a mere hamlet with a few houses and an old church in the fields now numbers 90000 people all of the working glass while its neighbor West Ham which 20 years ago consisted of two or three scat tered hamlets is now n great town of 270000 people all of the working class A Xew Invrntloa One of the recent inventions tried oa Africaisa ielly whichbeerr exceIlcntbeerhttor cold climates the process being rcrv authritieahaveupon w S 3 GOV NASHS REASONS a Why He Opposes the Saengerfest Association Prize Fight U Was Organized tai the Purpose of UutJlnJ the Iuv und JlriiiK titS Olt a Context llefiveuu Two Great IUKlllts fy V- Colnmlms 0 Feb 4Ocw ahSniuhiy ninth the first public state ment of his position wih ivrircl to nil proposed kTries It uVui fryight at Cincinnati and the roiti tip n prcrentthtrs olltailwllini mil Sunday afternoon in petitioniig Co anti 1000 other citizens of Cincinnati protesting against inter ference with the tight Oov Nash says in his letter that he fears the petitioners hnve been misled by erroneous legal advice Ito fighting The proviso upon which you relv Ids as follows Us Provided that nothing in the fore toing shall apply to Lily public gym iiuvitun athletic club or any of the t i perlnisinapurpose tint parr been obtained front the jluriir of the county or ifthe exlises or exhibition are Iheld within the limits of a municipal corporation oft he mayor uf such corporation lu my opinion the proviso only covers exeivises among thu inemhes ct the club and exhibitions in + tl1 left ii mlkrs only take part lL vets if- rliy interpretation is too strict it Hats nut authorize the brit al r to tetherI of noted prize JisjhVrs and the offering of a large Irice tj ihe uric who prevails over the heAgain the Saengerfest AsMnrin tion Co of Cincinnati 0 inl the exhibition which it proposes to nave is nut such an association an1 not such u contest us is contemplated by Section iSOO As I underNtaid the contest between 1eflrus and Kulilin was arranged for by a lawyer by the name of Vitte before time association even had a Ilegal citeiue It has no gvirnusium ur hall for athletic purpose no distinct membership anti nomof the para phernalia of an athletic club It was cIr anied simply for the purpose of dodging the law and bringing on a contest between two great lifhters The law can not anti will not be trifled with in this manner J earnestly ask you to look at the law as 1 have explained it and 1 think you vyill qpnoludcj Avith me that yonlmvu leis iriisled As I have already snit to you iu a telegram I am firmly convinced that this affair if it cotns oil will be a prize light Stating his reasons for believing that the alleged glove con wt is tot t a prize fight the governor refers to tin moving picture contract which states that the profits to be derived from these pictures shall be divided fijnally between the association and fighter or lighters Continuing he ashJhc winner of the contest is offered a larger prize by thou sands of dollars than the loser This wilt oust then to strike not only sit ilful but hard blows Von say that your mayor and your splendid jioUcir force will be on handl and sec that the law is not violated You express confidence in the integrity and abilityor the mayor or the po lice commissioner and of your po liremen In this feeling I fully hatslnt I ant confident that the affair will be beyond their control if they do their best vllie lighters will be very earnest The immense multitude of 1peopHe gathered front distant states and cit ies some of them at least not pos sessing the highest order of citizen shiJwill he terribly excited Such men would brook no interference they will have no control over thcm elcs your police win be overpower a edl and your citywill be visited with disgrace which you will rcgiet as lung as you live Such fearful rhsks must not be taken Cincinnati Felt 4There has len no change in the arrangements to girt two glove contests at Haengsr fest hall on February 15 Members of the Saengerfest Athletic club who were seen Sunday stated that they will be guided by the advice of their I 11lttOlIWSo9 their cHcnts that they have a perfect s right under section OSJO of the ire visedi Statutes of Ohio to give glove contests under a permit from tho mayor This permit has been ob liiiied and the promoters claim that prepathty rations for the contest The trial t or lelVries and lluhliii before Squire loeblingon a charge that they are 4 training for a prize light was post poned Monday until next Mondayat the request of the attorneys oh both r sides hectoredtIterlin Feb 4The German war oflice has received a dispatch from Count Yon Waldersec dated Peking1 which announces that railway com munication has been restored bet tween Peking Feng=fat and Pao jin1uo Shot ifs Porter New Orleans Feb 4J E Todd conductor surrender a Pullman car ed to the police Saturday night after having seriously shot George Weaver his colored porter who he claimed attempted to assault him t t Laying for I 111mII One of the clerks I tog tcrlnwtlwho plartieiiihuetheI twirlj i beenhisi evening to callla newsboy and say Hens I nickel 1 Ia Keep antigive late ICall quick Ilie thoughtit great fun to see the eager hands clutch ineffectually for I nickel and then to note the disappointed theII pression of the ypunsjtys face lint atTwelfthl tuulltocoinbeforejokertoj lurin fer dat gamy remarked time boy 11e tvnateda allan he got it Oat paer was six moms old Philadelphia 0 HfordII There is more Catarrh in this section ot I the country than all other diseases put to gether and until the last few years WitS J bupposed to be incurable Fur a great many i dilfiA11audi ii tautly failing to cure with local treatment i pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and l therefore requites constitutional treatment j Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by KIJ jj Cheney S Co Toledo Ohio is the only Constitutional cure on the market It a i taken internally in doses from IU drops to a tcaypooiiful It acts directly on the mdlIIUtVlIcf nrtace of the aysteai hloodII offer one hundred dollars for any j fails to cute Send for circulars and tebti iI j monials Address IF J Cheney S Co Vo ledo O Sold by lkugist 75c jI Jlalls Family Pills are the best i hTV jI Iniiuuiio front lvl liiiiilnic Ohmy giggled the 1atlof Uncertain Age ldin so afraid to go on the ill HI1 atomic now that the kidnapers are so hold Von neednt worry They only teal JKO pie in their first childhood was the rta curing staleiiient of the Had Party with the Ingrowing Sneer on his faceIaltinurAmerican wtrurres lam leillelne Medical science grows apace with dviiza I I tiun andautor4 the leatllUt rtnrltlitS une that combines all the result vcientitif study lip to the present time ana is put up iu convenient and economical form easy to sake iasy to carry is the famous Cascarft taigefI e the enormous total of over six million boxts In this hustling every day busy life of ours people need just this kind of a medicine to stimulate their bowels and keep them reg enoughtoI j sickwtakeJJing ftin that usually fuluw j iIj purgesReaders j of C carets alionld give them a good trial I IHt lout rueful Hunk I PiNt Passenger What book has helped i yon most in lilt I S directoryfhe I I I Yes Im a hill collector SjracuseJIer I ale j T I A IiMiiinil fruiii liraiu I When Mr lrlrtl Nash was time United States VlrfCnijsul at Nice in Frari lie wrote Please to send me OHM ir issu- elotinnl for a frerdwhoI find jr i11 ritfi- n its tipiilicatiuii tV r llfkt TiiiI i one of many errtils for Pa inn Lotion the w niiJtriii hiiT whit i iir Z M y rctcmniiirrdt I t + the iiii ii t1 1n IIitr iilttriltvhti m it hastyvrrtiirI t iII PaJwers lotion Soap ptlaasessrs all the me I I diciaat properties of the lotion and may I I yiurdrnplisti i Palmer 174 Pearl Street NewYork for samples of 1aimers Lotion and Lot ion Soap sit ADistlnetlun When a man is hliou be aJmit it and fakes pills but a woman begin t tlk tl1 I 1 life beinp a struggle and tlt Wi hjtsof htr environnieiiU Atcuison iii l e rs Tlit Spirit or tin Urn Cures ili eaiie Uoxsies Croup Cure pr = Sfo ses ihis subtle power for the curt u d prevention of Croup Pneumonia iDpii theria and Bronchitis Soldl lhy ini iri t or mailed postiwid ou receipt of oO cents A P Hoxsie Buffalo X Y Mr alIafthtrRumoli fly dont they Minis llannigan Mi Fjanit ilbd- ads they do as u1tI I witlont payih his dntOlrv Male Jour sal To Cure u Cull In Oni lliij Take laxative DromoQninineTetii All1 drnsElstsreruudmoueylf il fulls to eurc x I 1111I list Itl1 rs Cinilll1ati lh 2 TTrEommon Ii ni 3 iExtra ulchers IW 1 4 iCALVKSI lxt rat r- nllOGShuiee 1 0 jpucker fn 5 W MixtMl packers 1 lit f taSnJol IIxIa I OU t 4 25 JUIilSIuu W1 fci 5 5- FLOURSjnlug patt Ij lJ 4 35 WJIKATXO x red rjj TO- COKX No a mixed ita JJ J OATSI No 1 mixed jllU1 2- 7IJlAest KYIvXo i tt 50 timothy ri14 50- POKK rainilv Cz14 50 JAKD Stenm C 7 M- JJlTTJCi Ui dairy i 13 Choice creamery i 23 APPLKS Ch to fancy 2 50 fl 3 00 POTATOKv Per Url 1 05 1i 1 75- TOIJACCOXiw 12 25 7ir13 75 I Old S 00 hll I oII Ch HSo- TLOUK i Win patent 3 60tt 3 SOIiiI WIU5ATI Xo 2 red 75 VJ 70 Xo 3 sjiriiii 71 rt COKX Xo i 71 OATS Xo 2 2litl 25- 31YK 51 i 52 POJMC Mess 13 75 ftt 13 WI LAUD Steam 7 40 r l 7 15 Xetvurir FLOUK Win patent 3 C5 a 4 0- 0111111TNuI i red a e- 1COiNo2 I I I mixed a 47 OAIS Xo 2 mixed Ca 30 JSYE a CO POKK Family 15 00 1115 75 LAUD Steam r i 75 Hnlliiiiofc- WHKAT Xo 2 red Jlil I 75i Southern 7C 76- 1COINNo z 2 mixed42n 42I OATS Xo 2 mixed 2S SICATTLE Mil tellers 4 70 5 10 HOfJS Western f SO 5 00 Iuulat tile TLOUU Win patent 4 25 4 70 WJIICAT Xo 2 red j 77 COIF Mixed new a AQy3 OATS Mixed 2SY POUK Mess e 12 50 LAUD S I cam 7 25 llHlillllHIIOlI- flVIIKATXo 2 red i 75 COUX Xo 2 mixed c lS OYJS So 2 mixed ci 2G IThl Power ot time Preua cXprerstcn but few realize KB fctttial pones Cirtat as is the lulliience of the press iit tumot brain to equal the pow lr of lluatetters Soniaeh Bitters over dtF rage TIlt Bitters strengthens the toinach rarities the blood aria ures dyspepsia in helIoni and comistiiatun It will tone up the tterye titittlate inactive kidneys and as an appetizer it iis unequalled If you want to ctt well and keep well use Ilostetr- e tees ISlouiaih Hitter Fixed Tudpe Xow my boy you are on your oath Do you understand what that means Witness Tiyref I dont jester reckon Do you know what yen are expected to toTU Oh 1 the lawyer that hired me wrote it nil tjoten tun that I oeuJ learn it by heart Philadelphia Press h ICareor iitnl Clin mKr of Aliriilinm Lincoln An aidres lhy Joseph Clioate AmLas odor to Jnat liii in on the career and irharueter of Abraham Lincoln his earls IIlifthis tnrv truju e s with the world te1 an t VT i U ln oi years of his life and bis administration which placed Itls rune o high Oil the worlds roll of honor and fame lias lbeen published by 1t1r t hiiano Milwaukee A St Paul Railway ardmay be had by sending MX Ui cents in Ihostage to h1 Miltr itnerul Passenger Agiut Cliiiajto 111- 1AMvnyt 1 CaiiKlit- j Irl young man goes into a jewelry store to aukat luduV ring the wor t goip in town iIiLire to up in and catch him at lU At lusoii iiobe TV Irlu Ht rr Mc rIlIiiii fur Chills and Fver isi a lwtte of Oroe Tameless Phil Ionic It i impy iron and mmtinein A ta telr= form Nornre noji Pltt50c o Povertys no crimp said TIoilifort cr Maybe nut replied tin Kiss man hat i eemis ito he auihitt Iby haul la ide4Picos Curt iis the best medirine we ever anlllhlljrl 1Vb H 1900 nr urprcdathat t v rylxjy lidesnt IIP tilt ilgli icn they trtcr the bafo0IISuutrre Jour nal oThe Orip of PnfUlnOn may ht1 wiirilolll with hair s Miiity iiillIrlhlitlllf I lrlMe Joothache Urop Cure iu oin it iue 0fhe woman who jis in the haha fii inp hvr truuhr mike nltre calls tiui iit rc chives Town Topics 1All goods are alike to PITY 111 r rra isDvt its thev solid all litters at uuc isiuu ioltl by ui ilruuK Far ItLtIt llliy a n r ttref- un plaiiiaig Chicago IDuly N Uncle Sam uf+ the l 104tiII1Ulicit Saiu UM 1 allflII He kirii 1t1tn a fouli IIIIItIiit i ii iIii i il sce rut truu h liin Chic Ha t atl ltn tii LI i I + I KIist tum I y iT If f i r a- l r 30 FEET QI BOWELS li r l f ti i r all buxroi Jill usie hat breat had tJltt vliul and people them all other drat fSlaor ntollI tftrtcr lor tn iiruiU aitna ntM itrrt loii yors sfll r55iK tia cunir aftcrtvurc No nuttieralin yiu rtait IhMnir ClVfAKfTS today for Mlll never set vrolt nUll be li alt lido liiiur untilyou put onr boiveitt risbl TuJvo our uvlcc Mart witt fASCAKETS totlay ender an absolute gun unite euro money rcraut i 1 I I 1 1 I I I V I I r I t i w +l I r r + J i r I l I tu 1i 11 j I e to or a a a 1 It YL I It N 1511 It A tIleo P 11 1 please stale tli llce II tiS ii AUt is f VA and d B too woman the the tlc the the the Ity health looks to cvcqr woman it women to restore by taking that best Dr Nervnra blood It will build the cicansc the brilliancy to the strong steady vigorous nerves will make look young restore your KATE pain in mv A long and had in rNervura and n Ilu much good but I and J hrgau to gain After takinfj tho Nervnra I DR You a good appetite believe there anti any mediciuo in the SO foal Dr Your liCmJm It to do work for fourteen in family and I 1G3 pounds I was so weak before nobody knows how Ibut I had Women have confidence la Dr more so than in other remedy because it is vegetable and a regular it a fiaraiitce that it is perfectly to cure As aa assur ance eire Dr Greene 35 W New York gives yon the privilege him with out or cither by calling w your case Its long way with many turns and pitfalls to catch the refuse and clog the channel most canal is for furred tongue bad of gases yellow pimples and boils up of food after an nuisance purges or griping salts aC dan to use for cleaning out the bowels They force out the by causing spasms of the but they leave the intestines freak and even less able to keep up regular than make larger dose necessary next lime Then you have the pill habit which kills more people than the and habits combined The only gentle but certain bowel cleansers are sweet because they dont force the foal matter with violence but act tonic on the whole 30 feet of bowel wall the muscles themTilEthelltjrwailatebeIsrgcMadeCLEANandSTRONfiby JOe 25c 50c tmdrALL DRUGCSTS rN BULK CU foulIpiutplctpalartaftcrcatluliter L1larlyufI 14tfc i TO ffKE Ilvtf cur ugo i tOe rs tif CAUCAIE It R KTS tins rW Aov It U b IIi over six siliHou boxes IiII jcnr uroclcr than nny mil l rl1 In the ttorid Tblv b ooliifo proolol j- t rat re it Dud nnt tltmunlu1 have fuUti and- trill seH t1ETS ubwLIutei3 nuaatecd t curt or rr aen uati j- t i nonrct trinl us jtvr tar titK sad it tau Sire nut ntaMlydufternin O3a iljOc J box rinnty box to U8 by CT for tlruht tram +vt omi 3 purIised It nnd cetyotir nKiiuvtatU lor boles Tnlic iMpntSvcc tort liamll you daiSi ITeitlth nilly rollotv nnrt yco winbless thin f1rtlIrhc 7r5 Hoole frl hS JiJJutk TE11LINU CO Ei lit III t N r 1 liftifItl KE- ivinxD RO SIPit tr I Ikliuurl vuiTtjs TU rtrrlstipU d tV o uiu n JOtltIIrht that you LIW ladverlo1i I 00 I ItC41 iu thin uer I WHEN WRINKLES COMEBEAUTY Gsfled Back bys peeieNr HannessI RESaodesisGoolllooksGrCCllCs errSttd dayWhen blockaded belching headaches eating allaround disgusting Violentcalomel 11gerous obstruction movements morphine whiskey fragrant CASCARETS strengthen ryr LIVER TONIC NEVER trouble4appendtrllls ecimil givesA Departing HEAL3X Destroys GREENZS ueverhadapaiuinmy Wellhere TEED ouboytdaytnoiocixsslreiwen3 bcChJ trathlril egc bit yea lock far I yearsII complexionThe hand of sJckncss I has endowed every with beauty and every woman in goad health is beautiful and comely to look upon A clear fresh wholesome look Jl is result of the of good health and no woman can be cHit attractive without good health The dull dead gnawing pain the scssc of nervousness weakness and discouragement the tired listless feeling shooting pains aching head pain in back all these arc symptoms of disordered system and an these arc beautykillers I producers of dull leaden complexions FJ D NERVl8RA WtJiFikes Health and jappi e eyes and other disfigurements IundcrI of beautyJIand attractive i Get good health and with those looks and which attract please and fascinate It lldhln i 1II useDrperfect lgorous nerves pure rich blood clear complexion and thus restore energies and silo of sound II Good health means youthful good and and maintain their health and of all health restoratives Greenes and nerve remedy up bcaltb and Apurify complexion restore eyes make tblood and Dr Greenes Hervora you and feel and energies vivacity and enjoyment of life A MRS AUSTIN 40 Jenny Llnd Ave Some saysUa ido for ilhterriblel ImtlnotIItrouble aspaletime rheumatism a suffered s- w sutreiji lblood ouudy thoilaic Beautykcptonauclthoseeond headachelYERYVR Makes t II wombtroublethathasthe a weigh worked twobottles itzNervuratoabsolute Greenes Ncrvara any purely faaeas physiclaa prepares which is adapted additional of St City of CMSiltiig charge cost Writing about cleaninifnot carefully lookout trouble breath spots spitting violent bowels before and safe out as getLutlttt0116eGpermanentlyteawrt4ruuLi4ualrrctayctna4 SOLD toi tint b y Clf Ii ilt j best We d d j ktmiile ncCGcltosiftttnUr c amdte tsnil nmriily Wilt n ieutttSC 99 KLMEUV 10lUi 11 LI i 1 i 1Il GIt t possession beautiful oppression languid a behooves greatest L rgUmr i Sr lustreless 1beautiful1 it attributes is a and and as Mr MjjWrwly h3 r Yrirt Q THE HICKMAN COURIER 1- I I I I GEORGE WARREN 1 HIOKMAN KY I FRIDAY FEB 8 1901 Ballreutl Time Table N 0 St L R R LEAVES AHU1VKH Train Ho 63 at 955 p Xo 52 745 aw Train 1eS at 2OS p 1111Tralla No 4140 p ni ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR t EPREBENTAT15E We are authorized to announce Mr K B FUTT ot Hickmau County aa candidate to represent Hickuiau an Fulton Counties in the Lower House of the next State Legislature subject to Democratic primary convention to be heldFeb 4 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr Mot Ayers as a candidate to represent Fulton and Hickman counties in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Kentucky subject to the Democratic Convention to be held in Fulton February 41901 OOUWTY SUIT OK COMMON SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce Mr EM MET W KOACH as a candidate for the use of County Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April G 1901 We are authorized to announce Miss Dos MIACHAM SMITH as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary April 6 1901 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Mr W A NATLOR as a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton County subject to the action of the Democratic Primary on April 6th 1901 We are authorized to announce GEORGE CABPEKTXR aa a candidate for the of rice of Sheriff of Fulton County jest to the Democratic primary lIon to be held April 6th 1901 subIIIW are authorized to announce OtoBR WHIQHT u a candidate for office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat it mrinaary April 0 1901 ton oouxnr CLEIU we are authorized to announce So B LITTER u a candidate for reelection- to the officeof County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April 6th 1901 W are authorized to announce Mr Lou BLNFORD ac a candidate for theme of County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary to be held April 6 1901 WB are authorized to announce Audi E BRKTAUD ae a candidate for the of fice of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary to be held April 0 1901 We are authorized to announce W M BACON as a candidate for the office ot County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary to +I be held April G 1901 FOR eCu rY ATlOtNEYn We are authorized to announce Mr HENRY V REMLEY as a candidate for the office of County Attorney sub ject to the Democratic primary to beheld April G 1901 FOR JAILElttJ We are authorized to announce MR Jo Nooxon as a candidate for re election to the office of Jailer of Fulton county subject to the Democratic primary tojbe held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for the of fice of Jailer of Fulton County sub- Ject to the action of the Democrati- primary to be held April 6 1901 FOR ASSESSOR J We are authorized to announce Taos B LATOCOM as a candidate for the of flee of Tax Assessor subject to Democratic I primary to be held April 6 1901We authorized to announce LUTHER WATSON as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo 1 cratic primary tobe held April G 1901J We are authorized to announce A W CORUM as a candidate for the office of 1 Tax Assessor subject to the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901I We are authorized to announce R A BBOWDER as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held cApri161901W to announce Boo HBIDRICK as a candidate for the of Countysubjecte held AprtfG 1901 UOUXTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce HIRAM KEABBV as a candidate for re election for Judge of Fulton county court subject to action of Democratic pry I mary of April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce J F MAitESE as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 WHEN you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy totake and pleasant iin effect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples tree Every box gnarrnteed For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hitkman and A M filutR State Line ui f J zJiiI r4iII CLEARING I WINTER GOODS Without Counting1 Cost or Profit mow On account of the mild winter we have too many Winter Goodsso we will sell for the nest thirty iltiys all winter goods at a BIG REDUCTION in order to Make room for Spring Uonds which I we are receiving dailII of Ladiesd Jackets LadiesTSG50 Jackets will yell at 495 Ladies S50 Jackets will sell at 010Lidies 1150 and HUH Jacket will sell at STGri Fur Collarettes And Childrens Cloaks at a big reduction AH these are this sea sons goo- dsWoolen ShirtWaists Ladies t160 and 125 Flunne1 Waists for only 93 cents Ladies 225 Flannel Waist for only 165- Ladies all wool Henrietta Waist worth 350 for only 2G5 received new line GOODS PERCALES GINGHAMS NEW WOOL SHIRT WAIST GOOD Gilt Spikes Dress Bntton8 for Local and Personal 1 Elder W H IIughes will preach at Poplar Grove Church Feb 12 13th and Hth night lirWe are here to stayCall and ex our work McFALL DISMUKES The Embroidery Club meet at the residence of the Misses on Troy Avenue thin evening Please dont rain J at Saturday was Candlemas Day Purification Day The Wives Feast etc observances of the Greek English Churches It was also groundhog day and it being cloudy the badger cold not see his shadow and hence superstition has it that winter is brokenMr Saul Brown and Miss Emma Self two popular young people of county were married Sunday last at the home Clayton Tenn The bride is a daughter of Sam Selt the groom an industrious and highly esteemed farmer May happiness be their portion J8Positivelt all work done without MRS IEJJNIE BRYANT wite of Mr Dave Bryant died at the family home in Union City Wednesday morning Her remains were brought to Hickman buried in the City Cemetery yesterday 2 p m Funeral were held at the residence of Mr T Ledford conducted by Revs R H Mahon and J Evans The deceased lives in Hick man many years and was dearly loved by all for her sweet kindly tender and loving womanly characteristics t WFreeh Oysters always on hand at CarutherH A Convincing Answer I hobbled into Mr Blackmons drugstore one evening says Wesley son of Hamilton GU1 he asked me to try Ohamberlains Pam Balm for rheumatism which I had suffered for years I told him I lead no faith in any medicine aa they all failed He said trwell if Chamberlains Pain Balm does not help you you not pay for it took a bottle of it home and used it according to the directions and in one week was cured and have not been troubled with rheumatism since For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Line I will make a full set of teeth plate or bridge work to the oldest person in the county leaving his or her name at my office between now and the first AprilM FALl DlflMCKEi 1 Boys Clothing At cut prices Buyss 500 and 450 knee pant Suit will sell for 385 Boys 350 and 500 knee pant suit will sell at 225 Boys and Mcns Overcoats Wo have a good line to select from and have made big cut in priceBig Reduction on all metes suit and pants All Winter Dress Goods In order to clear out our of Winter Drese Goods we big cuts in thin line stockII NEW SPRING GOODS We have just a of LACESWHITE EMBROIDERIES i and Silver Ribbon ends anti Jewel trimmmgsELTZER DODDS HICKMAN KENTUCKY at French Roman this atcand painle8 at services Nel with need PHEE o f INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD THB ij1iiQB rATTmn- y f y U DVBR AWI You can take orIIoJslIUHJUt1feoSB offeeding FoodII iufatteningtoPigsiiAXage cannot afford to grow or fatten hogs without ufingINTEHATIONAL STOCK FOOD wInch only costs 3 FEEDS FOR ONE CENT International Stock Food I1 J Prevents Hog Cholera IJI I IIt I prevents Hog Cholera by being stimulating tons blood purifier aII healthfulvrmrVlienthesystem I Cholcra1Hogought to take cver carefullyI diseaseIt+ I stimuintingtonic I stem I theveryf Three e Feeds 1 ForIt4 I I t I One Cent try it and be convinced It issold on a perfect guarantee by MCCLURE51GKy receivef prompt a tendon at M B Shaws Son Department St6ro k c I PIJ Tf W 1 a i 14 Our Reduction Salev7 I touId IrereYoU S We have the POWKR- To S- ii make the PRICE S And we make the PRICE A POWER Has t wawmm mrwavucurtaa au oss vl F High grade Suits Overcoats Underwear and Shoes for ineiis winter wear at prices greatly reduced just when the snow and ice and stormt king make ihem nec i iessary T It ne iy- 1 i 1 i eli ing of Fashions latest styles and novelties Everyone of them 1tiiW1111 We1 I r norvaluesIj8 t 10nruvam m PANtY 1 oOeirI To keep1 your feet warm and dry no matte what the weather is yoltha great deal The celebrated Water King Shoes will do all this If you know well fittin shoes yon will appreciate our line A specialty1 we make of durablcvolllunde nice looking Overalls Jumpers and work Shuts for the llabor ing man v Our announcements we live up to show the Goods we advertise and sell them at prices that satisfy our customers P A 1tk te IMM i H G AMBERQ S I 4 ELECTRIC RAILWAY HETWKEN FULTON HICK1IAX AND UMUN CITY TALKEU OF Fulton Kuterprise Pnrties were in the city fnet day look ing over the ground with a view to or gimizinu nil electric railroad between here Union City stud Hiekmau Just now they do not wish their names men tinned but they are in earnest and say i that electric cnn running between these points is ouo of tho possfuilities of the tint year of tho twentieth century They have seen parties here who have local capital and claim to have tine ell- I I couragement This company proposes ii to rnn fine comfortable pasisenper and fI freight cars They propose to rnn a freight department by which they can carry farmers crop to town and deliver coal and city hoods at their doors Au Enterprise min interviewed1 one ot the parties and ho snys that it is a sure go and the prospects are that in one year cotllJllcLctlI and onr county seat and parties who have the means should encourage it nil they can There is nothing too good for Fulton and no business enterprise that could possibly prove a failure h WH G01ISK TO lIE DRIVEN OUT OF TUB SMALL I TOWNS IX WEST TENNESSEE I Unless time hill is blocked in the Sen i ate Memphis and Jaclcsou soon will be i I I I the only whisky selling towns in West I Tennessee A bill prohibiting the sale of intoxicants within incorporated towns PSctllinate for approval or disapproval The whisky men at the capital city are fearful i lest the Senate concur in tho House I bill The bill is said to be the greatest surprise developed thus far in tho House of Representatives In such towns as Brownsville Dyersburg Humboldt Pnr is Huntingdon Milan Martin Troy i Lexington Bolivar Union City Coving I ton and Somerville I Remnants of Wall Paper enough for t a room from 50 cents to 100 Come quick to get pretty pattorns WiLSoSs BOOK STORE + ALRYIIi MEMPHIS TESN Feb 1001 General Order No 0 Every null all surviving members of I Forrests cavalry composed of Kentucky j i i and West Tennessee veterans except Utn T H Bells old brigade are hereby I resiI i ately that such may bo enrolled pre paratory to permanent organization and for the purpose of becoming ready forth rvnttion at Memphis in May next Please Rive name of company number of regiment and the brigade to which you belonged at the close of the war A By order of G A C HOLT BrigadierGeneral Commanding R J BLACK Acting AdjtGenoral THE END NOT YET Another Goebel Suspect Arrested Capt Garnott D Ripley of New Cis tlo under nn indictment charging him with complicity in the Goebel murder The grand jury recites that the one who I unknownITaylor Youtsey and others as having conferred together and arranged for his murder at the time he was murdered iuI continued IA CARD OF THANKS throughtheour ninny kind friends and faithful physi- cianI for their loving kindness shown us sincerelyI and reward each nntl every one Is theiprayer of ii H E PK sun IFAMILY I I CARPET SAMPLES I HAVE uiceIre5h canIanIv ALSO whichstockwiltuakccostwrnEIGf 4 t I a F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY IYE uE A rnVT WilDtBlat1ksmlthingWagon s Sc llnrsoulm II tlpecivlt1 e I also keep a full line o- fUndertakars t rilsi I Common UUeLUaliini befittedreasonablema n call ZL Shop near the Tail i1P DcaaettiBENNETT REMLEY AT= ORNE YS AT LAW Will especialtime counties atClintonHickman CE EAKER General Jcocec Powell Block Clinton St Hjn ofJtohueGoodeand LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE u R DEPOT or f Ill J H POLLOCK Propr t 9 First class 0 surreyscarriagesCnstome11liscrcdxtronage e- ery 4 iF w r w b t Local and Personal Hicks aboutFebruary I LlTeeth cFALLcI Mrs Ada Watson of Mayfleldia vis iting her mother Mrs j J Jones TRead Shaws onfrstMr and StLouisSenteRobertsySee new Bedroom Suites at MORRIS PHILLIPS Some Klondike gold quartz is now o exhibition in the Courier curio win dow Miss Maud Henderson of Midland HI iffthe guest of Mrs S L Royster nearCayce IQuTeeth extracted positively with out pain McFALL DISMDKES Mrs J V Powell is on a visit to Chattanooga Tenn to relatives and will bo absent nboutJ3 weeks geraarriving MORRIS PaiLLirs grandsonRichard visitingMrs painlessdentisttjdentistMiss Bessie French leaves next week to visit former schoolmates in New Orleans She will be absent several weeks L Mrand Mrs W H Baltzer at home Thursday Feb 7th from 8 to 11 oclock was a society announcement for yester day1Crotni specialtypaiacssdentistsi Dr Jack Thompson at one time a l popularand well known citizen of Hick man and a gallant Confederate soldier died recently at his home near Lynch burg Va t DryBloodsginning to arrive at SHAWS The Obion Chronicle has lIusr roiled publication the plant having been sold to Hardy Davidson of Elbridge who has moved it to that place The former epitor W J Allen has assumed edito rial control of the Hickman Courier Lake County Advocate This is a mistake jyA large bill just arrived of Patent Leather Shoee for Men This is a line to which we always pay special atten honeSHAWSWe wish once mom to ask the read l Coyl RIER or any of its renreseutatives any local happening social or otherwise If you have a guest or if you ourself have been on a visit you will do us a favor by reporting the facts at once gp You will profit by reading SHAWS ad on first page The new Cumberland Presbyterian ehurch has amber cathedral glass in the vestibule and the reflection of the sun on a lamp within gives the appearance to passers on the street ofa lighted lamp always burning each day sun shine or cloudy Is this in accord wit the Bible injunction to keep your lamp trimmed and burning NOw ON HAND We have just received a fine selection of the Sabbath Library Call and see these excellent books at 5 cents each WILSONS Boor STORE Tnt claim ol other cough remedies to be as rood as Chamberlains are effect tally set at rest in the following testi- monialo of Mr C D Glass an employ- of Bartett fc Dennis Co Gardiner He says I had kept adding to a co and cough duriug the winter of 1897 taking every cough medicine I beard o dayIhas and he advised me to try Chamber paybackMylunR8sore at this tiwe but I was completely cured by this remedy and have since al ways turned to it when I got acold and soon find relief I also recommend i- to t my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Cowgill S Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Line MOB AT TIPTONVILLE The Sheriff of Lake County spirited away the negro Fitzgerald from the Tiptonyille jail where he was incarcera ted for assaulting a Miss Nina Michael Tee negros crime was that which the law is rarely called on to punish Judge Lynch generally deals with the case Miss Michael is an orphan girl 18 years old white and passed the negro nep t Reelfoot Lake when he made the as- Sault Sha made her escape from him and reported the facts to the people al Tiptonville FARM FOR SALE1- tt I will sell 55 Acres of Land 4 4 miles Southwest of Hickman on the Wilson L road Apply to JWELK PolandChina Bean i I have four full blooded Poland China Boars from registered stock that I offer for sale Call at the Ferdinand Maddox farm one mile east of Mt Her mon church or on the undersigned Joan A MCCLURE 616 Troy Av- eWlkmaDJy T r t 6 1 h 7 i While Taking Stock CuttingnThe Prices AB we find lame goods that we do not with to carryover we will make specially attractive prices to move theta Dress Goods Some excellent things for skirts which sold heretofore at 00 cents we offer at 40cents Other good patterns which were 95 cents which we make now a puce of The Tb are very desirable goods and should be looked law CapesJackets Jacketsand Silk Waists Have a few only left slat will make specially tow eat arkse to move thus Ladies Hats At cut pries ShowThis ThisWeek WeekNEW OF I I EMBROIDERIESWhich line we have ever shown and muchcheaper Price start t shefinesti and 10r specially good vii ne- sNew Percalesfc Style are very goe4 Prieea to lO antit hScotch Cheviots at lk sold heretofore at MX cent All Wool Tricotd afi very desirable Dm Fabric all wool 27 iaeheee wide is all thestaple colon Are well worth 40 oeM butcac priee will be only M Hate NewCalicoes CalicoesNice NiceStyles atFive FiveCents Have Too MuchS ClothingOn the stock start tab week a SuitSALand I 98c 1 Pants IB this lot we have put Pads flat sold at 125 and 1130 and good value at thes pr 3- see 200 PantsIa are all oar 2O Pants and many that seld for 1350 350 Extra Size PantsThee las bun selling at 450 750Suits SuitsMensand Boys Suits from ourre u1Ar10OO line Everyone in the lot is good value at 1000 and at prices named III bargain 398 Childs Suits Tour choice ol our finest andINW gaits FancyTo j wear staking these tpecUlpnaes 39Stt CentsFor Urce line of the Shirtsgo4MylesI 59Cents CentsFoeour75csnMShins These are splendid values 75 Cents For 1100 Shirto ThIN iDe lads Wiljoa Bros and Inter iMtioaal brad ski best im the marks fur flOEL r lvP W i S ELLISON HIC N tf KENTUCKY t J j SOCIAL EVENTS DRAWING CO NT STIj At tberesident uaonay youngPeopleentertainmentThe bythevariousamusementsbeing adniwing contest which in vcr1nerestingThe contestants tomaketobereceived tht prize Mas deservingwinner MissFrankiebooby The jtlVlj a delightful evening 1 of enjoymentIj APRON PARTYI The most enjoyable social event of the neighborhood tlwhomeonWednesdayThe young girls offered a nice cake to the young man who should put the nicest hem on an apron The follow lIng couples were contestants for the prizeIj StoweHenry t I BowmanSarn1 1i Watson and Ivey Marrow Luther Turn i j bow and Ella Hays Otis Surtberry and Balah Marrow i Jesso Anderson and Emma Patterson Bob Patterson andi Ruby Bowman Clay Evans and Maud Johnson HenrMurrotv and Anne John Hyltriwarded the prize to Bob Patterson j We spent a very pleasant evening and i all hope that Mr and Mrs Hinshaw fnIIIj l t f IN fflFJIOIUAJI In sweet remembrance of Carrie B Polk born March 2ml 1SSO died Jan usrySeth 1901 It is so hard Snoh wee the cad expression which passed from lip to lip as they placed her Lod in the silent tomb but as the frost cuts down the choicest flowers even so death claims our most loved ones She was a cooriitent member of the Baptist church for three years and as the chilly waters of death closed around her she shrank not but clasped her white hands and with voice said Dear Jesus take me home and as her stay on earth grow briefer she sung IWO will reign in glory with Jesus byi i r andbye She is not dead but sleeping yontInIi I and truth Like the bud but just opened then irtoblightLike evening obscured nightShe Heaven of above- ReheaI1in the story of Jesus kind She lists the sweet music of that blest abode And sings hallelujahs of praise to li GodWe not as those without hope for in eternitys dawn we will meet dear Carrie in a home over there where afflictions never come OXE Woo LOVED HER COWOILL A COWOILL Hickman and A M Shaw State Line will refund y your money if you are not satisfied after using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach billiousness constipation and Samplesfreeca MARDI GRAS Mobile Ala Feb 18 and 19 1901 Only one fare for the round trip via the Mobile and Ohio railroad The Carnival this year will surpass in splendor any previous period Tickets on sale Feb 11 to 18 good for return passage to March 7th 1901 Low rate tickets on sale to New Orleans La Two wide TMtibuled through trains daily carry ing Pullman Palace sleeping cars to the Carnival city For tickets or further in formation call un your nearest railroad agent or write O M SHEPARD G P A Mobile Ala Ralph Bingham Personator Humorist Violinist and Vocalist will Rive an entertainment l at City Hall Feb 18 and the auspices of theLadies Aid Society The press is unanimous in expressions of commendation of Mr Binghams illimitable entertainments As a character artist he is said to be unsurpassed So all desiring an evenings enjoymc of Song Music and Story should n fail to attend Tim greatest danger from cold and 1a grippe ia their resulting in pneumonia Jf reasonable care is used however an Chamberlains Cough Remedy take all danger will be avoided It will cure a cold or an attack of In grippe in le time than any other treatment It pleasant and safe to take For sale by Oowgill Cow ill Hickmau and A M Shaw State Line HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE One lot of good Horses and Mules for sale Apply to J J C BOSDUUAXT I 4 v 08 Q S C jljlOf To i I ueeess1r1901I Weve made m r in the pat tow years kIIVie have sold na Fea- f Iallf I 6000 to20000 Pairs nf SnOBS I 1Onr1 any firm largo or small IIwname prices that are seldom matched and never beaten we completeWI until yon are satisfied right every wrong Our Fur nisihillg Goods and woo department well dwarves its 1present prestige among the well dressers We car ry large stocks of the good kinds III I OVERCOATSjj 1 OVERCOATS NOW CUT TO 898 IIIIS1250 rc K r 848 1H I a 748 i C 7 50 598 rru 498 Newy393i 1 clean Roods no old stock It will pay you to buy now IIRIC NATLORI 1 I CASH SHOE I 8 e = h II- 11EfORUI t d lBlAIOLE t Groceries Fresh MoatsS isHardware Queensware Cementc5ecirry avirythin Y uvallv fft1lI iu a irjtjlais Grjjary and nu pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try usIDeliveredouTO THE PUBLIC 1 I am engaged in this 1 linej of business at Union City Tenn and carry at all times a large and well assorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as allother goods in that line and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTERIN a I SPEaartsofI enabled no to sell and hereby offer you Four WhiskeyforneI A ilrti n ntnt c When AM t1trt 1 1 i V satisCIWlerThis is a most liberal offer and I await your orders W R WEBSTER FOR THE BEST IN 0 I GROCERIESI m gowhod atn rl the LOWEST PRICES TOis r r Rogers Threlkelds l LTP TO DATE GROCERY I i ITTIGt501iD STA DFRE H lEATS Goods Delivered Pre 74c+ r r it