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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiT ts ar 1YM- r THE HICKMAN COURIERI 4 4 1 OLDEST NEWS PAIP IN WESTERN KENTUCKY ri j ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMJN FULTON COUNTY KY EBRUARY 22 19O1 VOL XXXVI NO 13g T1I d i I All Testify That the New Line of t F DRY GOODS 1 now open in our store are the finest that has ever before graced our city r t Our Dress Goods and Silks are the i f Handsomest and most complete line I ever shown in this sectionIj rj i We are showing the nobbiest line of 1 chudah Blousings and Waist Goody on I IricsI Our line of Laces Edgings and Em broideries are especially strong- Our S Wash Goods department consist t ing of Prints Ginghams Percales and Suitings is complete in every detail A nice strong line of ladies misses and childrens Hosiery I Handkerchiefs Dress Lacings Bleac Jt edxaedBrowir Muslins ALL NEVr White Goods and Linens are the nic est ever brought to Hickman I uptodate I i i i All new fresh and UPTODATE with prices THAT CANT BE BEAT Our Dress Bindings comprise all col ors and qualities Something new in water proof bindings v A large line of shirt waists bothsilk and wash goods 0 f EXPECT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE OE MILLINERY EVER SHOWN IN HICKM- ANHousekeepers === Call up number 7 for a fresh line of GROC- ERIESSHAW t 4 7 Local Mention Terreit left Wednesday for i to buy mules i IGeorge Ladies Aid Society will Thursday afternoon at Mrs Chan Cur1 In s ato oclockI I i iI Miss Edna Wiseman left Sunday night to visit relatives at Dallas Texas She will be absent several months 1Mips Mabello Goalder left Wednesday night to buy millinery goods for ShawJ Hugo Felhe and Robt Weatherly ave left Manila for home u Silver and White IVvaudottes The beauty and market Breeds Bred tor utility Eggs 5150 per 15 250 per 30 MRs J W JOHNSTON Mayfield Ky Circuit Clerk J Wesley Morrio at tended Mardi Gras in New Orleans this week International Stock Food is a sure guard against lion Cholera Dr Dickens will pretebat the C P church next Tuesday night at the cstial1 hour SSiHavel your Buggy repaired and painted by WJ Barry Co before Spring opens and you will be ready to I rido All work must give satisfaction Miss Lou Montgomery who has been visiting at Tyler Mo the past two months returned home Monday Elder L Y Brown will preach at tho Baptist church Sunday night at tho usual hour The Coffee Club of the C P church will meet with Mrs W J Barry next Wednesday evening Elder John itWilliams of Ilornbeak spent two dayar kith M A McDaniel near town fftStweek He cause up to appointiment at Wt HiTinon last Sunday Ho is considered one of the ablest prey llers and debaters in the Christian church The raarriajre of Mr Rich Goalder and Miss Allie Ludlow in Memphis Thursday Feb 21st was announced Tho groom is a popular and well known citizen of Hict win and tho Courier taKes occasion congratulate him upon tho happiest event of his life and to wirih for him and his young bride coa t1UlO 5i 1 PPaI lrPtlBSrW J Barry k Co at Bncknerfi old stand will make you a Buggy to order repair or paint your old one Blacksmithing of all kinds All work guaranteed We buy old buggies The lookedfor line of Dry Goods and Ladies Furnishings is be l ginning to arrive at THAWS The Ralph Biughani entertainment Monday night was before a well filled house and the performance greeted with enthusiastic praise Every one was delighted It was under the ans pices of the Ladies Aid Society ami their per centage must have been very good to aid in their beneficent work TInternntional Stock Food is sold nndera Positive Guarantee No Results No Pay X Two negroes Fred King and Dee Montgomery were hung at Dyersburg Monday by an infuriated mob of 1000 citizens because of a brutal assault up on Miss Eliso Arnold the 18year old daughter of Dr Arnold of Dyeraburg The young girl was found in a pool of her own blood and so dangerously wounded by cuts from a hatchet that she has never recovered consciousnes- suflicieutly to explain the assault It iis said the negroes entered the house for the purpose of robbery and that Miss Arnold being aroused when they were in her room made resistance with th above terible results THE claim or other cough remedies to be as good as Chamberlains are effect- uallyI set at rest in the following testi i monial of Mr C D Glass an employt I of Bartlett S Dennis Co Gardiner Me He says I had kept adding to a coldl I t and cough duriug the winter of 1897 I taking every cough medicine I heard oft without permanent help until one day IIOUl1hanI i lains Cough Remedy and offered to pay Mylungssore at this time but I was completely cured by this remedy and have siuce always it turned to it when I got scold andl soon find relief I also recommend i- to it 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 Lin- eYOtiCe I will sell at public outcry at the Court House on Feb 18th between one and 2 oclock p m all the uncollectedl notes and accounts of the late firm oft I C H Baltzer Sou List of otes andl accounts exhibited on day of sale W H BALTZER Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings NewI Life Pills Millions are always at workII I night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowell troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at Cowgill Cowgills JUrutr Store I Y snB Y WS Tax Sale I i I I I will offer for sale at the Court- House in Kiclnnan Ky on MARCH 11 bpginnitfgnt 2 p m the following named property or so much thereof as tatpsIi cots included towit J S Andoson1 town lot W H 4 82 cost 1 50 i total 20 32 Jim Brown 275 acres of land and 72 town lots State and county tax 17 30 College tax 14 93 penalty 6 pr ct 1 93 cost 1 50 tItotal 35 66 Miss Belle Blanton 1 town lot W H State aud county tax roc college tax 70 penalty 6 pr ct 7c cost 1 60 total S290Seth Onrlin 1899 1 town lotState 7 and county tax 33 45 college tax 36 35 penalty 6 pr ct 4 18 same for 1900 6 State and county tax 44 75 college tax 50 00 penalty 5 63 cost 1 CO total 175 91 A Featherton 1 town lot in Hickman 2 State aid county 1 G3 college tax 1 70 penalty 19e cost 1 50 total 5 02 Oscar Fawlks 172 acres laud State and countax 2 a3 penalty 13e costt1 50 tota tax 53 90- R A GfrSer 2Sj acres of lanaStatot and couiUytax 3 93 penalty 6 pr ct 23 cost 1 sqltotal 5 71 A J Hicks 80 acres land value S400 00 Sttitquul county tax 2 65 penalty 0 pr is lowest 1 50 total S3 JOG S Juaes5 town lots W H value 300 OO Btato aud county tax 1 88 col jlego t xi1o penalty 23c cost 1 50 total 85 TlfBfc valueI3350 001State and county tax 3 93 pen alty 6 prf23c cost 1 50 total 5 72 I I LouiS Jeager 1 town lot W 1150Iti State JWJLCounty tix 132 College I tax 1 fW Penalty 6 pr ct iGc 1 50 ll 4 23 costjI iiryMrs ti Knoerr heirs 5 town E II 000 State and county taxJJG 25 collige tax 7 00 penalty G pr J ct 70crert 1 50 total 15 54 I J H uiicford 60 acres of land val 500 b4areandcounty tax 4 32 school I tax 24tiPenaltG prct31ccostl 50 iBMrs II Lacy 1 town lot 0 II val 1tf 50 OOfsite and county tax 82c col j totnlt221 lego tlx JfJ S PtHorrLs SO acres of land value t 400 to curd county tax 3 65jj schoqt 3 85 penalty 6 pr ct 43c J cost1 total U 23 Mrs rietta McMurtree C8 acres of jland 500 00 State and county tax- I8 1I tax It penaltyI ij pr ctii 7e a 50 total 6 34 G wlNCton for wife 69 acres of 1 landJ1 600 00 State and county tax halty G pi ct 33c cost 1 50 UtJI M fH Li JPerrr livil1 LIft t 01 State and county tax 1 07 college tax 1 07 penalty Ge cost 1 50 total 3 70 Mrs J T Postlewait 14 town lots val ue 8140 00 State and county tax SSc college tax 28c penalty 6 pr ct lie cost I 50 total 3 47 Mrs Mary P Rogers 16 acres of land value 300 00 State and county tax 2 00 school tax 2 70penalty 6 pr ct 2Sc cost 1 50 total G 48 Len Robertson 160 acres of land val ued at 160 00 State and conuty tax 2 06 penalty 13c cost 150 total 3 G9 J M Ringo 330 acres laud valued at 1600 OOStatl and county tax 10 61 penalty 6 pr ct G3e cost 1 50 total f12 74 R H Speight 50 acres land valued at 300 00Stato and county tax 3 00 pen alty 6 pr ct 18c cost 1 50 total 4 6S Safety Building and Loan Association Hm acres laud State and county tax 3 31 penalty 19c cost 1 50 total a5 01 NMrs Margaret Stalcup 20 acres of llend val 300 00 State and county tax 2 00 penalty 6 prct 12c cost 1 50 total 3 62 Smith C Dewees 1GO acres of land val 1 GOO State and eonuty tar 10 61 psnaltF6GcAlbert Scott GO acres of land val 500 00 State and county tax 6 21 pen OSsW T Shelby 10 acres of laud val 200 00 State and county tax 2 33 col lege tax 2 40 penalty 23c cost 1 50 total G 51 Elsy Shephard 15 acres of laud val pene alty G pr ct 9ci cost 1 50 total S3 24 Henry Vincent 80 acres of laud val 400 00 State and county tax 3 65 penaltyGT P Williams heirs 16 acres of land val1 700 00 State and county tax 4 05 ii- I I penaltlW A Webb 222 acres of laud and 2 town lots vat 750 00 Stato and county tax 6 75 college tax 1 88 penalty 51c cost 150 total 10 64 William Wright 20 acres land yal ned at 175 00 Stato and county tax 2 20 school tax 100 penalty 6 pr ct 19c cost 1 50 total S4 89 J H Webb 1 town lot total tax 5 02 P J Weimer 1 town lot EII 2 21 Den F Wilson 150 acres land total tax 18 04 HICKMAN COOlED TAX Ann Burns 1 town lot total tax a5 61 Anderson Brown 4town lots total tux i5 02 Amv Carter 2 tow n1ots total tax 52 01 Emily Caldwell 1 town lot total tax 4 23Mary Crowder 4 town lots total tax 383 George Ewing 1 town lot totol tax 60g Fonville heirs 2 town lots total tax 3 84Tilman totalIIn lot total tax 4 41 Paynes heirs 1 town lot total tax 1 93 Albert Gardner 1 town lot totali tax 3 55 M Johnson 10 acres of land and Iw lots j total tax 6 48 f U John Jiukius 1 town lot total tax 549Fount 62IThompson n tax 5 C- 2Nathanl Tally 2 town lots total tax 6 44Cassey Thomas f town lot total tax 2 89IJohn Percely 2 town lots total tax 3 88 Wilae Percely 4 town lots total taxt 3 88 Frank Smith 1 town lot total tax 5 61Lida Ulis 4 town lots total tax 5 83 Cal Williams 1 town lot total tax 4 50Charley Wilson 8 own lots total tax 7 96 Boss Wiley 3 acres land total taxI39 Syo Wiley 53 acres land total tabs 99 1V Tom Warrick 3 town lots total tax 141 Dave Walker 2 acres land total tax 77 CAYCE PRECINCT R D Roper 110 acres of land totalI 22 f 9 Jho R Williams 5 acres of laud total 3 93 3 W T Johnstonpn lots in Jordan total tax 4 89 0 I W Ed Jones 155 acres of laud total tax 39 G4 Mrs C FMilner SO acres of lund total tax 8 26 SASSAFRAS RIDGE G L Darnell 150 acres of land total tax 8 89 Mrs A C Pierce 130 acres of land total tax G 07 R A Craddock 4 acres of land total tax 4 GG J T STunnLEFiELU S F e JaIsnaIS Bala i For Taxes IOn Monday Match 11 1901 it beirtr the first day of the March term of the Fulton County Court at the Court- House door in Hickman Ky I will sell to the highest bidder for cash for taxes due the city of Hickman and cot of sale the following described real estate assessed in the names of the following parties towit Two dollars is added iu each case for costs Seth Curlin for 1S99 and 1900 0 II Nos 21 and 3 of lot 23 J164 26 I R H Smith W H lot No 189 17 SO Q M T Salmon E 11 b 5 Nay 177 to ISO 7 93 J P Weimer G A Nos 22 to 27 2 53 A G Webb E H b 6 No 185 94 26 COLORED LIST An Brown E H No 257 253 f4 92 Ben Barnes E II Nos 161 1G2 i2 66 Emily Caldwell E H b 2 No2355 98 Mary Ellen Crowder E H Nos 215 216 223 224 5 9S Amy Carter G A Nos 79 SO 2 67 Geo Ewing E II b 6 No 231 4 25 John Pain E H b 4 No 205 84 26 Jerry Sanford E II b 4 Nos 203 204 1381Frank Smith E H b 7 No 207 41 25 Robt Thompson E H No 189 34 92 Nathan Tally E H Nos 229 230 231 418Cal Williams E II J2 of 196 197 198 425 Chas B Wilson E H Nos 237 to 244 i 12 21 Cy Wiley E H Nos 149 150 5 98 Toni DILLON Jr Marshal i i PUBLIC SALE NondayI March 4 1901 On Monday March 4 1901 I will on the farm known as the H C Bailey farm 4J miles from Hickman on the Dresden road offer for sale at public outcry 12 mouths + time good and ap proved notes bearing G per cent interI est the following described property 3 young mules 4 good horses 3 extra milch cows 5 young cattle 3 RoodI brood sows 2 sets good lead harness double set buggy harness 2 sets single harness 1 lot of plow harness binder mower disc grain drill disc cultivator dis harrow 1 hoe cultivator corn plante- and checker combined 3 good breaking plows 2 new harrows 1 hay tedder 2 double shovels 1 top buggy 1 buck board 2 wagons 1 new wagon cider I mill 1 good drag harrow doubletrees I singletrees 7 stands bees household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention A M McCLURE n ESTRAY NOTICE Taken up as strays by Willie Binford living in Fulton county Ky the Lodgston and Moscow roadcattleii Shelbys corner three head of follows One Red Cow with white on back and marked with split in left ear crop and under bit in right ear and supposed to be 8 years old valued at 1500 One Jersey Steer crop and two splits in lett ear and under bit in left ear supposed to be about three yea old and valued at 1000 One pale re r Heifer marked crop and two splits i each ear and under bit in left ear sup posed to be 18 months old and iL at 81000 No o her brands or perceivable Given under uiy hand this February the 18th 1901 J F MANEESE J P F O Secretary of State Hill has issued a circular letter to secretaries of political commItties in tho various counties in forming them that if primary elections are held under the law the ballots must be preserved ouoo c4 r THE SLAYER ESCAPED A Bullet Wont Tltn ii h a MOB and Killed a Buy lie bind tUm w Williamsburgv Ky Feb 1SA trig dy occurred at u dance at JelUqo 1 a late hour Saturday uiglit111 111It result of an old grudge bet l I two miners named Strunk null b n u 1Vf+ r wY + Mr J D Price the well known liv cry and hotel man died Thursday night last of heart disease Mr Price was up jovial and good humored as late as 11 oclock and by 12 oclock was a corpse The cause of his sudden death was heart trouble He was a kindhearted popular man and sincere sor row is felt over his sudden death The sad intelligence was received in Hickman this week of the death of Mrs Lizzie Stoner wife of G W Stoner who died in Shrevesport La Thursday the 14th inst The deceased was a daughter of the venerable Mrs Marinda Wilson and a sister of B F and O S Wilson and Miss Belle Wil son All ot Mrs Stoners girlhood and passedinremembered by most of our older citizens She was an excellent and true overherFIRE AT STATE LINE StateLineSaturdaynight 600Noproperty of E G Maddox STRAYtO OR STOLEN One heifer 18 months old weighs about 550 pounds square built red and white spotted white back white spot on right side of face long hair large straight horns small split in left ear Finder will please notify me and be rewarded GEO MEACHAMHickman Dr Warrick Cowgill a well known occulist of Paducah was assaulted on the street in that city last Saturday Dr Cowgill stands high socially and proffessionally and many believe that whoI11 him guilty of any wrongful coiMnct in the matter 4 The woman publishes a card in rtes Paducah News exonerating Dr Cowgill in toto and that she was under a misapprehension etc iftWo are in tho Buggy business and everything W J BARRY Co Buckners Old Stand HANDS OFF America Win Not Wage Further War Washington Feb lSThe United States Government is facing a serious crisis in China owing to the announce went that of the purpose of Field Mar shal Count von Waldenee to begin an other offensive campaign Gen Chaffee has boon invited to join in the expedition which is to bo mobilized on a larger scale than anything attempted in China since the original march to Peking Tho General so informed the War Ueparttfcent today and the officials of the State Dcpratmcnt have been advised of the situation This German movement is viewed with absolute dismay here for it is fear ed that it requires an immediate decision by the United States Government upon its whole line of policy toward the Chinese question DierI was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N C I had Consumption so bad that the best doctors said I could not live more month but I began to use DrIKings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivalled life saver in Consumption Pneumonia La Grippe and Bronchitis infallible for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fever Group or Whooping Cough Guaran teed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Cowgill Cowgills Drug Store MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD THE POPULAR ROUTE FOR Chinad Den Memphisi I andiWestTwo trains daily in each direction elegantly fitted and carrying through sleeping cars- Remember the grand Mardi Gras Fes tival in Mobile February 18th and 19th let your ticket read via the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Only one fare for the round trip long time limits B BLAIR TP A I IEM Shepard Jackson Mobile G P Tenn A AJa 1 A 5 L R2 5 v 1 e t4 1 i The Hickman Courier GEOUGE VAKREN publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS The world leas 400000 miles of railway a r r taaaallnn hell t j I I tI t i I r II cat Andrew Carnegie expects to strug f gle along for the rest of his days on un alarininjj nature 1 Southern cotton manufacturers l I productionbccsuae There is a railroad in the south which has been operated for 30 years without tilling n passenger The United States has a lower per centage of blinil people than any other country in the world- A kangaroo consumes as much grass as six sheep There nre but about 900000 left in Australia On one of the Japanese railways tcrracotta sleepers are used Thy ore far more durable than those of woodTimothy McGrnth a beggar died from starvation in New York and it AXOS found ho had liUUO in a save ings bank Kmllcss litigation will result from the claim that the state owns the fexns oil lands More oil has been found there- In I the average man there are 22 500000000 redblood cells All told there are 20500000000000 cells in the human body In the country between Coweta and Chaskn I T twenty miles northwest of Miiskogoo Rinnllpox is assuming pa alarming nature The tight hand which is mow rem fitive to the touch than the left iis Jrss sensitive than the latter to the efleet of heat or cold It has been discovered by the Agri cultural Department that one of the uses to rvhicli sunflower seeds can be put is to make salad oil For the first time on recordskin taken from a dead person has been frucdessfully grafted onto a living man and the latter is getting well The Argentine Republic and the United States have each 14 per cent of foreign born inhabitants Great 33riUun has centIA Missouri lawyer has set up in a wifes cross bill in a divorce suit the fact that the husband under took to poison her without just causeCock fights are almost as popular in Mexico as bull fights and all of the best fighting cocks that they have down there come from the United States Some time ago thirtytyro children of Liverpool England contracted typhoid fever on the same day from partaking of ice cream from an Itali an vendor The largest carpet in the world is in Windsor Castle It is 40 feet in breadth and contains 5SS40000 stitches The weaving of it occupied 28 men 14 months The Berlin National gallery has purchased two Vandycks for 502250 marks representing two of the Guistiani family a couple of pictures formerly in English hands So much war material is now being manufactured at Woolwich England that the arsenal is really not large nough for the purpose and the de 4 eirability of enlarging it is under considerationFifty and two hundred Filipino women organized the Worn ons Peace League at the Libertad Theater Manila the other day The league advocates American sovereignty A Filipino woman presided It is now apparent to the officers ol the administration that it willj cnrcely be possible for the United States to withdraw entirely from the government of Cuba under the most favorable circumstances for some timeEduard Bernstein the wellknonn socialist writer the warrant for whose arrest issued twenty years ago for political offenses lapsed January 31 and was not renewed has returned to Berlin from a long residence in LondonThe throne room of the sultan at Constantinople is a gorgeous sight The gilding is unequaled and from the ceiling hangs a superb Venetian t chandelier the 200 lights of which which make a gleam like that of a veritable sun The throne is a huge scat covered with red velvet and hav ing the arms and back of pure gold The British census will be taken on the last lay of March 1901 Ten years ago when the last census took place the population of the United Kingdom was 37732922 The Kcgi Jcr General estimates the present popu lation at 0921471 There is in Lincolnshire England a woman in her ninetyfirst year who ads us parish clerk attends all wed lings christenings and funerals keeps the church in order performs the duties of the church warden when thai official is absent and ocea4on ally undertakes the work of the or fan blower lend the bell ringer l fi THE ST LOUIS FAIR The Measure Appropriatin0 S5 000000 Passed the House Un del Suspension of Rules StHUCQLE OVER TilE BILL WAS BRIEF tic Question of Closinsr the Exposition on Sunday Was Not Mentioned Darin the Debate ill to llelltlf Ilie Word CoiiHtiir iey in tlie Sherman Ant =Trust IutV Was Ih rrll heluinfly liefeatfd lViKhin ion Feb 19The bill to ftthorizc the holding of the inter national exposition in celebration of the centennial anniversary of the Louisiana purchase nt Ot Attic in- IN31 and appropriating iOO UW therefor passed the hoiw Monday under suspension of the rules by a vote of 101 to 41 The opposition was hope lessly in the minority and the strutf ge over the bill was brief The queij tion of elosinir the exposition on Sunday Max not mentioned during the debate The bill to define the won conspiracy in the Sherman anti trust law to tivoil the poKMltility of its being held applicable to lal or or ganizations was defeated by almost a twothirds vote oii aeeount of two amendments which the judiciary com mittee placed1 upon the hill ami which were opposed1 l y the laltor orjjaniv tions Sundry Civ il lUll CoiiMidered The sundry civil lhilllvu under con sideration late in Ihthy and Mr main ehairnmn of the s ppro ritioiw eomniittee look Kcnsion fo make a detailed sttitement of the ap prupria t ion for the present congic c He was led to do this hsaid liV many rritirints of tIlt wckletw ex travagance of this cdnirress The ii nation he sjid was ipiiteI Lad en inii without exaggeniting it lIlt figured that the appropriations would totall lttMllVt5I exchiHAc of the sinking fund requirement ot KHlrI agaiiiHt s1OSCi2 for thus eurrrit year In the yours or ltir remarks he tired some hot shots at the min ority fur prating of economy and nut helping to uphold the hands of hiii self and others when theywere try ing to keep the appropriations down IN THE SENATE Xfjirly ll AVlioJe nt Mie SesMlon VMS Devoted u I he Post Ultlee ill lirlatiou Hill Washington Feb 19Nearlythe whole of Mondays sensiop of the wn ate was devoted to consideration of the post oHtce npprojtri tion bill So far an cotlitnitt e attieiiflrneni to ale inenstire are eoneernetl the bill prac tically was completed although the tincndnient appropriating VMMMHI tor an eMension of the pneumatic tube serviitiarcinnins undispoHed of A point 57 order was made against it but on the appeal of Mr Mason 111 till entire question wax passed over until TuesdayThe I p Siilinldy HIMI Mr Lot t us Ala delivered a speech in opposition to the ship subsidy The quaint humor with which thehillII dress was replete and his unique raignment of democrats who nup ported the measure attracted unusual attention lust before adjournment the lOn ference report on the military acad emy appropriation hill wan laid before the senate Mr Daniel Ya made n vigorous attack upon the provision winch debars a cadet convicted of haintr from ever holding a commis sion in the army navy or marine corps The report iis still pending SHOT BY A WOMAN 11iMr ftitlieriiic KnvlM tttenlpted lo till hay Ooylf 11 UrIIKUt if- KaiiMitt City Uu Ivimsus City Mo Fl19nthrine Davis a Politely looking woman 22 years of ape went to Dr 1 F Doyles drugstore in 1 East Fifteenth street Monday and shot Fay Doyle the proprietors son cnnsin a dangerous wound At the jiolice station Miss Davis said 1 wanted to lull myself and IIevent there to say to him that f did not care to live but the revolver caught in my coat ocket and he got the bullet I Intended for myself I hope he is not badly hurt The relatives of the wounded man sill that the woman attempted to shoot Doyle about a week ago and Hint they 1i ill prosecute her TheyI hind been keeping company and quarreled Miss Davis worked in a u hole sale drug house here Doyle is LS yoaSf of age and prominent Cnr Shed and Cur lturn J Providence n 1 Feb InFireMonday night At the car sheds of the Union IL IL Co at Klimvood just on the city limit destroyed two build ings and 30 trolley tars causing a loss of 152000 which fs fully covered by insurance Hook lilndvry Iturncd- Cliieajro Feb WFire Monday night in IV Ilinger C Cos book bind en on the fifth floor of 10S and 110 Randolph xtreet caused a damage of SJOOOO unilituiloiii CtinCrmed Washington Feb JIfhe senate Monday continued these nominations W II Marston to be postmaster at Fitzgerald Ga and Kabe IIclmieI1lo be postmaster at Thomas W Ya l j 1t1lr xr R MRS NATION IN JAIL She AVn Anftod un n Peiiee War rut mid IHriinen lo Cltr It- SftooSjt Bond Topeka Null IFeb 19Mrs ttioni iis now in the county jail as n result of her trial mi a peace nrntnt be fore Judge llaen Monday Pile tai- rant jis stvoin to by ortieinl of the UMsr Colt Storage Co whose plant Mrst Nation entered Sunday mpjni f Mrs Nation acted as her owl ftt toriuv in iIhA Sunday trial Judge IItteo JacdI I lnr under 2IMIQ bond to keepj the peace and ordered her to HMir Utore him at the next term of court Mrs Nation refused to give the boriiK and and she wouti gu tn jail i now detjined in the hospital room of the county tail whirr he will prolmbly remain for some time In the citeeonrt Monday morning argument wen liven in the ese brought igiinst Ire N lion by the proprietors of the wrecked Senate saloon Inde McCsibe1 said he would tnKe the natter under id iscincnt in til Tliursduy tnarnings lire llin4d utter Ieufi lined Jndire Haen Monday night placed falI McDnnnld Mrs Rust Crist and Mrs Madiilinr Southard under peace bonds MDonalds landl is lNIO the others are fou each TIll juuile d livered a Mathing addrfs to the three Nation lieu uults He e pressed the opinion that Mrs Nation i i insatic and said those persons wh i cncourajr d lur ntcMtodii of reform ought to I l I liimtilI Itlf themselves JUDGES IN TROUBLE 1hlr 1Iilee 111 and tserlat d 1tstir Diinutnss of North tnr tilliin In lie ImjicfieliiM- laleiia11 N c Feb 19 The lower house of Ithe generalI assembly of North Carolina Monday paedit res oluiion calling for the impeachment before the Ins r of tilt srile of hif Justice DavidI Mf1 Fnrehcs ind Asso ciated Justice1 i Kolierl Ml I I Iii my ltss of the suprine court of North Caro Tina The resolution elinrgcs the justices withI liiirh crimes and nils demeanors iu oltice in that they issued i certain pro csscss in a case of a jxilitieal nii nre vli h Iitt iis ehartrrd are in violation of the constitution of North Carolitta alll the statute law of the state TIlt 01Cia the its olutiou ocupiidI tour iiys TIlt vote was ii to for impeachment Of tilt noes Is Seer1 reitilieaiis nncl- tWe were populists All those voting tor tli resolution were tlrtaN rats rl illut im jMachiiient will lie drawn up and presented to the tu n ate and Judges lurches and Uouglaea will IIM notified that iiinaehnint y r Mccdinirs will IK commeiKed This will susjHtid theta from thf exercises of tilt duties of their ofic v Chief Justice Funlies iis nearly years old Justice1 i Douglass jis the mlL of Stephen A Douglass and vvvuit r fan timei privatej secretary to G ttl 111 TENNESSEE LYNCHING A OKIO CtinrKCd1 With a iniliroiim Assault Im to nIIh hp a Moti ill IjfilmrK rent D oiHbiirif Tcnn Feb IPFrdKing a Negro clurged with a tnur Herons UMKnult upon Miss Elsie Ar hold the dnughier of a prominent ofII hounds wits arcK d Monday morn ingnasgiven a trial before 112 prom inent citizens After testifying in his on behalf tier Negro finally confessed his jftiilt and implicated Uee Montgomery another Negro King wits taken by a nub to a tree near the court house and strung up Humor were rite that serial Negroes had beer lynched hunt these statements are without foundation Montgomery who was implicated by ilKing liltS been arrestedI and is iu the city jnil A dramatic incident of the mock trial was the prayer of IJev MoCaul ey pastor of the coloredI Iresbyle rian church in tthis city In fervid wordu and amid the most impressive silence he pleaded for Gods mercy on the doomed man Enryt hill was quiet and orderly Monday night NEW LIBRARY BUILDING Audrw rnittoirl Him Dielilnl U- llac OIHIO i u tin KIM ollSr- al nlhnrJ III Princeton N 1 Feb 19ProfJohn 11 Fillet head of the depart ment of polities in the university and formerly president of Knox college l at Galesburg III has received a telegram from Mr Andrew Carnegie stating that he has decided 0000 to Knox college to be used for a new library lutilding Prof IFinley and the new president of Knox college have been in correspondence with regurdiugfunds lulliitMizn in Iterllu 1 J againyeaI During the nitride of January there were only 57 deaths from the disease nfncrto reportedlastlcn nItTM iu Slrikr San Frnncj hundredloncJto jlnlIscdW1gsaholiluUUIofand oth fr abuses Ju Unril Off Site Iliiuuc London Feb lOThe count cOUOlipsftheia London r THE BIG STEElDEAL Hie Final Papers in the New Consolidation Were Signed at a Meeting CAPITALIZATION OF NEW COMPANY It Will Consist of8400000000 Pre= fprmi and 100000000 Counnou Stuck besides Monjjairo liomls I Present Stock null llomls ir Con hliliieiil riiiiiiiicn Vill He CHI- Iccllcd CliitiCKlc Itectrivc hinds fur Ills viiarc New York Feb 19The finalI pn pets in ilicI nee steel consolidation have IMCU sitriied The capitalI I will consist of llioidtN HHI 7is cent preferred stiMk in101I HMIIMNIU04 eoiiiinou tuk l leiswhich iMIMMtMJO 5 per cent hath IllOltgUlfe liomls will lieI issued All tbe 1 prceit sto kanal bonds of the constii ueiit compunies tee tu lie cam 111 if11t1 plans now in prospect mare carried through This ilcMlids upon I IlanJ sUKUbolilers of tin constituent companies If th1yt should OIM SC Ithe consolidation lilt plans tirtl liidiehed for a cumpaui of relativelyl small apilal to nbsuru thus aruci i would lxI arrival out n risenlr llolilinus 1 roudlinldcrs of the Carnegie Co are tu receive liouils of the new coiiipauv leI for l JIalld I IIUtjCihimself iti to receive Imnds ill t i change lor Itis SSSWMIOIIO st katlVl giiiigi him SrMriMloiiO anal leit ing aUiut 1lJfloouOIIf lM nds to i- sudl for oriiniai ion andl luinkors omiuissious MrI Carnegiei willi have no stock in tin new company hunt will hold 51411 of tIlt new bonds Minority stoeklioldcrs u ho have no been paid cash are to receive 1tI for their holdings iiii tin preferred ttoi4s of the compiuy all1aI Ixnins of an e jiat atntilnl ulr 11111011 stock This vvtiulil take IO1IClCIfIt preferred am an rifled amount oftcommon stock of tier new ciiiipkiuv leaving 41111aMI fWit jueierrcd ind MIdtIIMN common to l le ditiiadtlllmelthti other runt paniesi Itq Knrninu 1 htllilir of tlie cois it ueiit companies last year amounted to OtHMHH TIll interest on tin lieu sues of Itouds will itI SlitMKiixHi a d othr 1Ialwill itnrviKe this to Slsoonciio add thix to the IliIIIIII- OfNI ilnc nr aiiriiin on the referredI eOCjallll there t tl1laills aINut tI Ipt t cent pasiht14 lhe paid its li id Mnts on tin common tixk iif last ears nlaiutaimletlItMDRDfeR AND SUICIDE tv Tliv IJiiiii Hotllvn of ai f gnat Willow bud 11 AioiliealI Student IOIIIK in tin Siiltnrli of Alluiitii Hu AtlantaI Hit Ih HITlw dead1 bodies of Mrs II MI1 Wilson a tlungo widow anal Yilliini Ilniniltan a st u dent in pharnuart who dtsnppfar Ml trout Atlanta one week ago Monday were found Sunday night one inilu from tits end of the Cliattuliooriiee car lire The surroundings indicated that IInmilt flU had killed MrsI Wilson set tire to the woods near her holy and then ended his own life 1 Hot if bodies wore tearfully btirncdaind rest edI upon brensl works thrown up lhy the confederate to stem tIlt advance of t HP federal army on Atlanta in the between tIlt states TIll lid iies found by two Negroes uho iitii able to impress anybody with the I ti of their statements Sunday night did not press the matter fur then until Monday Bullet dole 111 Kijrlil IViniitc Mrs WilMon was lying by thus side of a fallen sapling There was a hilt let hole through her right hand and another in the 1lightt Itemple The left foot was burned ntirtlyoaf the flumes had destroyedl lice hair and her left hand was burned save for one finger whieh lore t weddinjr rinif fly the side of Hamilton was fount a revolxer and an empty eifpirette ijox there was a hole in Hamiltons left temple and a few inehes fro his left hInd lay a small mirror evii dently used to direct the bullet Crrii tiiery antler linker hiengo Feb l9bur hundred eommission men from all parts of the country left Chicago Monday night to attend the ninth annual con vention of the National Creamery Ittitter lakers association in St Paul Itt is estimated that between rOOU and 0000 persons will attend the conventiont lux Kuliliii Arresloil Chicago Feb 1 Wlugili ins Huh ISn and his sparring partner Den arrested MonI ver Ed Martin were day night Ibefore going on the stage at a local music hall for a friendly sparring host of three twominute rounds The men were released on loads of i011 each ct IIoIn Broken On IxMJdon Fl ltJTlw Msftl open harm correspondent says tIll Danish overnineiit has suddenly broken otT nil n negotiations with the United States for the slIt of the Danish West Indies The Danish East Asian Steamship Co will administer the is lands Three Killfil ami vise Wmniio Sofia Feb 19DuringIut election riot at Kelitsch the peasants tired nntl wounded oneon the gendarme Thereupon tile rendarmes returned a volley killing three peasants and punding tire WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES Regard Peruna as Their Shield Against Catarrh Coughs Colds Grip and Catarrhal Diseases 3mS IJELYA A LOCK OOU LATE CANDIDATE ron THE PllESIDEMT lire Belra Lockwood the eminent barrister of Washington D Cis the on ItTronwn who has ever I Ira candidate for tw President of the L niteu State ftte IS the best knuwu woman in America An the pioneer of her liet in the legal Jffewion she has gathered lame and fortune In a letter to The ieruna Medicine Loui Paul IIbc says H I have used your Peruna both for myself and my mother Mrs x Hannah J Bennett now in her SSth year and I find it an invaluable remedy for cold catarrh hay fever and kindred diseases also a good tonic for feeble and old people or those run down and with nerves un strungIfBelva A Lockwood in T t a m- M 1li u Mrs T Pel ton 12i St Antluiny avenue St Paul Minn writes Peruna has done wonders for me It has cured my headache and Inlpitation of the heart has built my whole system I chccrfnhrltolllllltntl Pcruim to all sufferers afflicted with catarrh My mother iis never without Pcmna Vhen one is tired and generally out of sorts if 1cruna is talrltt- it fceliiiB1erunacause inflnluedl mucous membranes Dr Hartnmn the coinpouiulcr of Pc runa once Paid in a lecture to women A great number of women consult mo every year 1 Ioften have occn ion to say to these it tients I fear you have ca my the W DOUGLAS 3 35O SHOES MADE real IV Douglas and 835O with mailed Is to Oar SIOO Idpo Lino cannot equalled at any and sell iniiro and any two manufacturers the United States Ill moreXVT and tt3 ihooj told aaycth bcnaMTIl AKKVU Your to110land fire your dater will ms get SauteStateruth you anywhere Write Jar nrw Hyla ColClient IlatCH to California February 12th and each Tuesday there SpecieLowthe Southern Pacifics Companys Ogden and Sunset Routes to points in Califor aTlaThe rate wiI be Chicago St Loui Memphis and Citynetc Correpondiing low rates from all JForpertaining to the Southern Pacific panys Routes and these special rates to Cal ifornia call upon or address W G Xeimyer CS W A P C 233 Clark St Chicago 111 W 11 Connor C A P Co Chamber of Commerce Hdi Cincinnati Ohio G G Herring A P Co ill Park Bldg Pittsburg Pa- L K TownsUy A P Co Olive St St Louis Mo SheidlcyBldg MnrrltMl In tae They tell this story in Lee county Gi of who applied ton justice of theI peace to marry him lie had no money mIl offereda strmj of tish the fee Afteryear putted the justics met the man and saidadl William how do you like marriedliferell1MUhwas the rcplyI fishSanFrancisco I onlUtICareer and itt Ahrabam Lincoln An address by lo oph Choatc Ambas sador to Great Britain on the career and ylifehishis character as years of his life and his administration placed his name so high on the world roll of honor and fame published by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Kailway and may be had by sending six in Miller General Passenger entChicago 111 thftGlobefaorblethefacthishabitf tarrh madam They stuoy I reply Oh no never had catarrh MY nute perfectly dear and my breath is not bad am aut troublctl with i ougiung or pitting fillYnth disagreeable symjjtome ofta tarrh But dear madam you may catarrht all the same Ca Uirrh is not al ways located in the stay have catarrh of lungs or stomach kidneys and especially y may have catarrh the pelvic or gans The doctorwent on to say have beenpre clung hiiiw L UNION The worth of I S30O shoes compared other S100 S50O Gilt IM price 011110 S300 3JJO 8hota than other E JEEASOX Honcsi 1 ate thao rm U KV BKST Dame itantpnl on bottom If them for catoltyvt tKixtny Spring uii From 3000 from New 2500 J Com t S 0 S C S l C S 4 Il a negro I I as a hail I I Cliurnoter j er which has bcen t C cents A i a a I is I i or er have head You or liver or u tit 1 t i k ci 1 j I o MrsJultaCBrvri i of recatonlca ii I says I have urd Itruna In my 1r0 j for the past to years and am troughly convlnc lthat It Is a reHab family remedy Julie C Brown I domine for t Ill last forty years but trere ate va t multitudcs9r women who iiive never heard it yet Catarrh attackare C1lCJliableare ione hundred cases of catarrh of the Vvie organs to one of catarrh of the hea because they have nL4catarrhtithe head they have fiot catarr 1 at all This is a great mistake and is t1 cause of many cases of sickness and death If you do not derive prompt and eatisfic i tory results from the use of Peruna wroat once to Dr Hartman giving a full state ment ofour case and he will lie pleased togive you his valuable advice gratis TheIfartman lA TirrntyFlvr Dollar Family thingtmust recently applied for the place of cook in a ashinpton household The home eras ex furrHture i e keeping 1 0 What iis your name asked the family reptyfromEvangeline then tell me are you a good cookrtmdollar1 cookingbut thelmtabout the horse It seems to me she went on finally you folks wouldnt he satisfied with another thins my J25 kind iThe family was taken aback but man waged to recover itself in time to say it might pet along with ahottt seventeen dollar and thirtyfive cents cooking for a few monthsII at any rate Washington Star eo a TilE WORLDS REST KNOWN TO A IV- I The Empire State KxnrcaH Vlint It IJiiis Dully nUll Ilotv It Does It IThere is only one train in the courtr t speedIEmtreIgreat train averages fiftythree and one distarctfromeluding four stops anti twentyeight slow daJofpire State Express has attracted in every country of the world has proved one of thegreatest advertisements for American machinery and American methods that hat orltCentrol 1 is entitled to the thanks of entireperMnothetheworldualFrotn r Bora Fortune fails him who icarsRami + l i 11- i i r YOUTHM+ r Dr Talmage Tells How We May Grow Young in Spirit Vay to Conquer the Effect of Ail vaudnK Ycnrti The Clirtxtluits L heaven R Iluce of Iter nnl Youth i ICopyrlght 1901 by Louis KlopschJS M rInthis discourse Dr Talmage shows bow anyone can conquer the spirit of years and grow younger in spirit text Psalms ciii 5 So that thy youth is renewed like the eagles There flies out from my text the most majestic of all the feathere- dcreationan eagle Other birds have more beauty of plume and more sweetness of voice but none of them has such power of beak such clutch of claw such expansion of wing such height of soaring such wideness of dominion Its appetite rejects the carrion that invites the vulture and in most cases its food is fresh and flightrothe noonday sun It has been known I Itolive 300 years What concentra Jtionof all that is sublimeis the gold en eagle the martial eagle the boot eaglelLttheII molting process uud it looks t and worn and unattractive and feels I I like moping in Its nest on the high I crags But weeks go bnnd thE- o 1 feathers are gone and new or i I nithologiual attire is put on and itsi beak which was overgrown has tli pxrplus of bone beaten off against j the rods and it gets back its old capacity for food and a Tain it mounts the heavens in unchallenged end boundless kingdoms of air and light David the author of the text had watched these monarchs of the sky and knew their habits and one day exulting in hill own physical and spiritual rejuvenescence he says to his own soul You are getting yrvinger art the time You make me think of an eagle which I saw yep terday just after its molting season i winging through the valley of Te hfvshaphat and then circling around the head of Mount Olivet Oh my soul thy youth is renewed like the j ccsrles The fact is that people pet old too I j i fast They allow the years to run away with them The almanac and the family record discourage then Some of you are older than you have nny business to be You ought to realize that as the body gets older the soul ought to get younger Com j i Ing on toward old age you are only i j i iI in the molting season and after that i jj- r you will have better wings take l1i er flight and reign in clearer atmohII phere Our religion bids us to weIllII well as the latter part of my subject I is appropriate for the pulpitII Many might turn 1ward and get younger by changing I their physical habits The simpler life one leads the longer he lives Thomas Parr of Shropshire Eng workedtonl He had lived under nine kings of I England When 152 years of age he i was heard of in London TIt king j desired to see him and ordered him t to the palace where he was so richly and royally treated that it de stroyed his health and he died at 352 years and nine months of age When Dr purvey the discoverer of the circulation of the blood made postmortem examination of Thomas c Parr he declared there were no signs of senile decay in the body That man must have renewed his youth like the eagle again and again All occupations and professions R have afforded illustrations of re F juvenescence Hippocrates the father of medicine lived 109 years andii s nmong those eminent in the medical profession who became scptuagenar ians and octogenarians and nonagen arians were Darwin Gall Boerhaave Jenner and Ruysch observing themselves the laws of healen that they taught their patients In art and literature and science among those who lived into the eighties were Plato and Franklin and Carlyle and Goethe and Buffon and Halley Sophocles reached the nineties You cannot tell how old a man is by the number of years he has lived 1 have known people actually boyish in their disposition at 80 years of tiage while Louis II kng of Hungary died of old age at 20 Haydns ora torio The Creation was composed at 70 years of age Uumboldt wrote his immortal work The Cosmos at 75 William Cullen Bryant at S2 years of age in my hou e read with out spectacles Thanatopsis which ho had composed when IS years of age Isocrates did illustrious work t r at 94 Liontinus Gorgias was busy when death came to him at 107 years of age Herschel at 80 years ofage was hard at work in stellar explora tion Masiuissa king of Xumiain atIt 90 years of age led a victorious j i cavalry charge against the Cartha t ttSinians Titian was engaged on lisI greatest painting when he died in hisii r one hundredth yean How often they must have renewed their youth But the average longevity of those in private life and with less mental strain and no conspicuous success is I much larger than the average Jonge vjty of the renowned There ureI hundreds of thousands of men and women now renewing their youth 14 like the eagles so that toe possibility of such r turning back of years is allII j around us being demonstrated 1 Bismarck the greatest of German statesmen a long while before his 1 4 v4eceaie cussed his eightieth mile stone When Gladstone was S3 years of age 1 ran with him up anu down the hills of llawarden Ye started for a walk but it got to be a run All those men again and again re newed their youth Some one writes me Is not three score and ten the bound of human life according to the bible My reply is that Moses not David who wrote that psalm was giving a statistic of his own day Through setter understanding of the laws o- fhealr1 dvincement of medical science the Sitjstfcw of longevity have mightily changea st tce the time of Moses and the day is coining when a nonagenarian will no longer be a wonder Phlebotomy shortened the life of whole generations and the lancet that bled for everything is now rarelyI taken from the doctors pocket Dentistry has given power of healthy mastication to the human race and thus lidded greatly to the prolonga tion of life Electric lights have im proved human sight which used to be strained by the din tallow candle The dire diseases which under other names did their fatal work and wereII considered almost incurable majority of cases are conquered I Vaccination which has saved millions I of lives and balked the greatest scourge of nations and surgery which has advanced more them any other science have done more than I can be told for the prolongation ofI turnlc11theinto a lighted castle It i easier in i this age To renew ones youth than inii any other age When Paul stoppedj the jailer from suicide by command j ing Do thyself 110 harm he showedi himself interested in the physical as well as moral lift of man Among the blessinsrs which God promised was that in which be aidhWith long j life will I witisfy thee and David i jin my text illustrates the possibility 1oC palingenesis or rejuvenescence But the body is the smaie and least important part of you It iis your soul that most needs rejuvenation but you will also help bodily vivification In or dr to do tltis I advise you to ban h as far as possiblei ail fretfuin out of your life Tile doing of tht wii make Jm ten ysrs younger I kasv many j pfvTl Chriniin people who ae worry- ingj theinslvesatt in manlir Ieaf1 fairs of the univt vse They have under taken too big a job They are trying to drive too long and fiery a team They Lave all the affairs of church and state Ion handand they fret abnut this and jfret about tthat anti fret airu theoth er thing Tty fear that era will be divided up aniori the r atioi ixi i here will be an rrtarilemnt eiiinsr wirs such as we have never hear of They i ftr that Fl ward VII will1 1rt i ha wise a king a = hi mother + is qlllt l iflMy are appalled at the arr Illadt J national debt They far s ctv i tr 1- I ing to pieces by reason of iuimrraiitir They apprehend Unit America will be i overcrowded with foreigners They say i t thatI1 i j prehensivc of social and religious and political calamities and it is telling on j their mental health depressing their 1i Jphysical health and instead of renew j iing their youth ike the eagles they j j are imitating the eagle who would sitIij iin his nest of sticks lined with grass on the rock mourning about the woes of the ornithological world the loneliness of the 1pelican the filthiness of the vul ture the croak of the raven the recklessness I j of the albatross Would that improve things Xo It would be a i molting process for that eagle which would never close and it would only get I thinner and more gloomy and less able to gain food for its young and less able I to enjoy a landscape as it appears under I a 20mile flight on a summer morning under the blue heavens- I I do not advise you to be indifferent to these great questions that pertain to church and state and nations but not to fret about them Realize that it is not I an anarchy thot has charge of affairs in this world but a Divine government At the head of this universe is a King whose eyes is omniscience and whose arm is omnipotence and whose heart I is infinite love His government is notij going to be a failure He cannot be de feated Better trust Him in the man agement of Ills world and of all worlds All you and I have to do iis to neCom plish the work that is put in our hands That is in that we have to be responsi ble for In a weP managed orchestra the players upon stringed instruments do not watch each other The cornetist does not look to see how the violinist is drawing the bow over the strings nor does the flute scrutinize the drum They all watch the baton of the leader And we are all carrying our part how ever insignificant it may be in the great harmony of this world andof I the universe which our Lord is leading and we all have to watch His command I and do our best and not bother our selves about the success or failure of other performers If you want to re new your youth betterstop mnnt the affairs of the universe ingII Mythology tells us that Jason bc Medea the goddess to take some of the I years of his life and give them to his I father She promised that without abbreviating the sons life shoe would prolong his fathers life She filled the cadron with herbs and the blood of beast and birds and then stirred the caldron and put some of the juices in theinouth of the aged father and it iis said that his hair turrie from white to black the shriveled limits rounded into robust health and the rejuvenated man i felt as he did at 40 years of age All i that is a poetic myth But a brightened j religious hope and a strengthened faith in Gods providence have rejuvenated j many a man in disposition and usefulness j I and renewed his youth like the eagles On the contrary it is thought that worriment is becoming in this country a national disease and it has been called Americanitis Another mode of rejuvenescence is much of the time associating wivh those younger than yourself rather than with- Y Those who are al old ur older If yoa have no children of your own better adopt a child There are in this couu try and in all countries orphans by the tens of thousands Go to one of the asylums or institutions where friend less children are eared for and select some little one with sin honest eye and good disposition and take him to your home Put around him all the elevating and happy influences you can provide In two years he will become part of your lilaud his company to you will be indispensable It will make you 20 years younger lie will be attillumina tion to the evening of your life and he will speak your praise long after you have departed from this world find in heaveul11l5 you will havE been re warded by the great friend of children the Iord Jesus My tex suggests that Heaven is an eternal youth A cycle of years will not Jleave any mark upon the immortal uature Eternity will not work upon the soul in leaven any change unless it be more radiance and more wisdom and more rujture A rolling on from glory to glory In anticipation of that some of the happiest people on earth are aged Christians The mightiest testimonies have been given by the veterans in the Gospel army While some of the aped have allowed themseves to become morose and cynical and impa tient with youth and pessimistic about the world and have become possseised with the spirit of scoldI and fault find ling and are fearful of being crowded out of their sphrre many of the agid have bIn giail to step aside that oth erN may have a ehamv and are hopeful about the wrld expecting its rulrmp ton insteallof is eu liiion ard they are irspiration and urn fort and help fiH s ti the hnaLaid and to tine iiiighnorhood and to the church Tbe eiiidren hail the goo J old man as be e nus down the roi Ins smile his trrs Jiis manner his whole life make the vorlid think b rte r of religion I congratulate all good Cliristians that tIll molting season will won be over and you will mount higher than eve ever aseended What u gy 1 thlrr that you are spun to rrIof winters i1 suuin I and Ilntwil e 011al I v of the univi I orld iratle i wand I contour mighty tole- sDervtnrl 01 r wliieh all v fII ready and 1 JTas I I11i ea airo whn r iiu hI go you Whji t rdof tilts + 1 eriTr upon i to Iliaxe not t hil are ex lla rilm a I 1- nnV I jirah- Jlaudelluay I y for I do notI r t t f t I j were mighty c ir h ir j to be idlers in Ii i I eonpratu te It rIn vl10 are in the e nf e irl c erto all of you lot art yet to h r tia- best songs tee the grandest s ILIs take the most delightful jourita form the most elevating friendship and after 10000 years of transport you will be no nearer the lust rapture than when you were thrilled with the first In Heaven you will linn what most pleases you Archbishop Leightono desire for Heaven was a foraChrist and purity and love and he has found there what he wanted John Foster rejoced at the thought of Heaven because there he could study the secrets of the universe without restraint and he has been regaling himself in that research Southey thought of Heaven as a place where he would meet with the learned and the great Chaucer and Dante and Shakespeare lIe no doubt has found that style of communion The great and good Dr Dick was fond of mathematics and he said ho thought much of the time in Heaven would be given to that study and I a3CcnsiouIscience The 12 manner of fruits spoken of in Revelation means all kinds of enjoyment in Heaven for 12 manner of fruits includes all the chief fruits that are grown on trees I suppose there will be as man kinds of enjoyment in Heaven as there will he inhabitants You will have in Heaven just what you want Are you tired Then Heaven will be rest Are you passionately fond of sweet sounds Then it will be music Are you stirred by pictures There will be all the colors on the new heavens and on the jasper sea and the walls imbed hell with what splendors Are you fond of great architecture There you will find the temple of God and the Lamb and the uplifted thrones Are yov longing to get back to your loved ones who have ascended Then it will be reunion Arc you a home body Then it will be home Here and there in this world YOU will find some one who now lives where he was born and three or four get rations may have dwelt in the same house but most people have had several homes the home of childhood the hontue they built or rented for their early manhood the home of riper and more prosperous years But all homes put together precious as they are in remembrance or from present occupancy cannot equal the heavenly home in the house of many mansions No sickness willCrcome there for it is promised there partingI atIhome with God home with each other home forever And that right after the molting season when thy youth is renewed like the eagles Wings to hover free Oer dawnempurpled sea Wings hove Ufe to soar An beyond death forwermore FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Second Senlon Wnsluiuiton tSenateDlril1sen- ate Tuesday the appropriation After consideration I completed The debate upon themeasure dealt almost entirely with departumert many com mendations thedepnon both sides of the chamber iTouseThe house passed thearmy appropriation bill and enteredupon consideration of the sundry bill bigmoneyarmy bill was confined dislargely to a passing11mtsertion against soldiers and was made notable ba statement of Mr MeClell in X Y comparing the cost of I nrmiesithincludingtheed Plates soldier involved an expense of 2f2S wliile a German soldier costs 227 and a Frenchsoldier 32 Washiaton Fob 14SenateWhen the senate convened Wednes day time Wind chaplain made a beau tiful und touching reference to tllIdeath of Mrs Thomas C Platt wife of tilt senator from New York Dur ine the greater part of the day the seiuiti was engred hn executive s s sion mod in the counting of tilt electoral vote for the president nod iire predearof the tniteil Suites Late in the afternoon consider1ItiiiOIl appropriatiullhillprogress was nrttd- edouseThe house devofd Wed nesday excepting an hour aiil a hf1 consumed in counting the eleetorttl vote am promulgating th rsiilit of the presidential eleetio the MIH dry civil npnroiat tiieilu Upon the as ronl 111 fttli li- I tI trt Ji I 1r rtrJLr e entire I oral ap l t Jr J IPe wacI e ind IT rates of nip 1p- r t I to pre P tssiuiI- 4 I I titlleteI + 1 wl I tolnri- L e- I sr a neetion v 1 f h v York I m I 1r t talt ity r v J eiu r I i 1b1I t eti iuL I t ite III n I I Illl jaII iS ptvi t t i i i ti the 10 r u ti i f I i mpleted Jh V I r tFric1 v f iprintion i itt i Itr i if under i It s hr t 1 t K f ur days T1 t tt 1 t shipping t lI in ti senate v t permit a t to be taken on t mr asure at the present was mnchir luring the tlosing of IFridays station For several days it has been evident that it wonld 1 tf difficult to gain unanim oils consent to take n vote upon the measure but not until late Friday wnx the frank assertion made that a vote could not be had House Under the leadership of MrI Cannon chairman of the appro priation committee a long filibuster consumed the entire time of the houseWashington Feb ISgenutcAtt- ne conclusion of the morning hour in the senate Saturday when the un rinished basineasthe shipping bill WitS laid before the hotly Mr Spooner rep tt11l0ld to proceed to the oleomargarine1illonly two senators voting in the negative the motion prevatrcrt Thus the tul dy bill was displaced as the 1111 Huishwl business and the oleomargur iiue hill wan placed in that orderAfter little over an hours consideration of the measure it was laid aside in order that unobjeeted hills on the calendar might be considered Nearly iOO hilt including 1iT jprivate pension bills were passed during the day 1 House Xo business of importance was tranacted Saturday COUNTERVAILING DUTY The IlclKlaii Kovcrmttrnt trill Sot Retaliate 1tlnxt the United State Washington Feb IS Countt Licli tervelde the minister to the United States from Belgium says his gov ernment has not taken any steps looking to retaliation against the United States because of the contin ued imposition ofa countervailing dutyon Belgian sugar imported into the United States The countervailing duty on Belgian sugar has been imposed for several bC1Itlwstated or readjusted and this has given rise to the impression that the step was taken recently by this goy ernment The readjusted duty makes little if any difference in the existing rates Steel Men Injured Pittsburgh Pa Feb l1A liming in furnace C or the Edgar Thomson steep plant at Bnudock let go WedI nesday evening burning Laughlin McLaughlin fatally and six others Slays names unknown seriously McLaughlin will dierlhc others may possibly recover Bound Over Sioux City la Feb U Jackson and Stovall charged with UnitedI States press Co robbery at Ma nun In have been bound over to the grand jiry under 3000 bonds io cc c 11 P II INTERESTINGI STATE NEWS sc 3 3 K i ijaaaS i j J TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE oiilxville City Council Appropri utrx OOOO TiMvanlH I lie Kiitirr tiiliiiiieiit uf tint KnlKlitx Louisville IKy Feb 15The Louis vile city council Tliursdny night up propriated 20000 towards the entertainment J of the Knights Templar at the triennial conclave acre next August This is independent of the 100 OtM being raised by the local members of the order to provide a programme of attractions for the grand lIrnmp1 lInt week It iis s 14it14 j of which guru will be erected a mas ive electric quadruple arch at the in tersection of lFourth and lefferson I streets to cost 7000 The arch will require 5000 incandescent lights A itedestal at each corner will support m immense dome on which will he placed an immense reTolviiig rross and crown Large figures of ancient knights in armor will adorn tie arch the highest pointI of theI struct nre Ibo iug Si feet above ground Thirtyone grand Miiiuantleries having tate ju ridietioiis mil over tdo Mibordinite emiiiiKimlcrics burr jilrniv eoptraet 0ii for fjuarters fur the eau far Fnl t t KOM Woiiieii are eintit i fo ar viiiupany the tenijilai to Iii nut ill I I I SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS I r1I r71nndI ejiIK lit Cudiz Ky I I 1 rrrncton 1Ky Fth1vThr colt I ltn d Ierril irgery nd rave Ciiery tialI reealled at tailix Tayat in oVloeU Their da v I j 11lIing and jlMy seleted Wylie j Jones was the tint to testify and he vtatcd that on Mot ember L 1 1100 hill e comjiany with hir4 Maloy cash ier of bunk of Kddyville Ky who I had trasheda chick for Merrrek for rr which hall l H Kevil A Sens jj name forged to jit Mjd thai Robert derrick father of the supposedI lean1 former paid him Ilk money they at o Drs ctwo Jf Pollard and Wade i IllId1 on t flIrt tiiil that the doctors I I eili tliii Mirriilv eoull lit mote i I I luau all tight hut the oh man redsol hard tsev left iiiM remain i1 IaI l th11t1 11 testily n hi t1111111 li yn ihoul IhsnTl hat of Jones und court tloirne i whtn some tilIIUttioDftl developmentsI I are expected to follow- INDIGNANT 1i STUDENTS They tit nnt Coiiiniaiiilatit V T ar- I+ enter of the ICpntuelcy State CUcs JttItd I xinjfton Ky Feb 10 Antagon ism to CVuirinmlant W TI Carpenter of the Kentucky State college result ed in a mums meeting of 200 students here Friday night at which resole Lions were pasned demanding that the faculty remove the commandant j by February 12 Iu case this demand t i is not complied with they resolvedl to refuse to drill I The antipathy to the commandant i who holds the rank of major tad is a veteran of the late war results from I what is declared to be too rigid dis cipline Her Throat Cit Lousviile Ky Feb 1GAt Carr Fifigt ten miles from Louisville aI i farmer found in the woods a bloody raxor a watch a coat and a vest hat and some pocket ankles near jI a pool of blood Friday n searching i j arty fount near the same spot hid i den in a ditch the body of a man whose throat had been cot from ear to ear The coroner thinks ntnrdc- has been committed Xo out knew the dead man The watch was run thug when found lumped I rum n lSridrc Williams urg Ky Feb Cotton a colored boy ISFronkII cently discharged from tho iinsane asylumI at Cincinnati attempt I j j ed to frown himself by plunging int j the Cumberland river from a hridC spanning it here Hwas seen ati j hrainIeelI an ax his skull being slightly fraC1j turedIl I Frankfort Ky Feb l3Time court of appeals passed on the question whether the governor or the county judge should fill by appointment a vacancy in the ofliec of magistrate The case came up from Nelson count on the appeal of frank Daugherty county judge vs Kd H Arnold who was appointed magistrate by GovII Bradley Time court holds that apIpOllttI Winchester A Military Ky PUlltrnlII of Lieut Walter Sln Manila Christmasiilay was minted here j Friday with military honors rim I troops participating in the obseqimi- ewere under command of Maj Allen of Lexington lets Life Thin Tithe Bedford Ky Feb 16Sam Abbott was Friday given a life sentence for the murder of Tom Craig April 17i 1S99 At the first trial in June Abbott was sentenced to 17 years imprisonment THE SLAYER ESCAPED A Bullet Went Through n 1au atiil Killed u llojr lie hind hint Viiriamsburg Ky Feb18A trag edy occurred at a dance at Jclljuo hyat a lute hour Saturday night as the result of an old grudge be tween two misters named Strunk and Surgener Thet tx men were in a crowded room with a number of oth ers who were lancing One of them accidentally jostled the other and a quarrel at once resulted Strunk pulled a big Coltfi revolver and fired one shot at Surgener tIll bun passing entirely through his hotly and killing a boy named Martint who swag directly behind him maid among tin bjstandcrs Surgeuer fell without a moan being killed instantly while Martin also expired before mCd ical aid could runic to him A general battleI was iiiuniiuiit but Strunk cov ered all the occupants of the rosin and i hen fled goingi to the Tenne sre side winre I he vns arrested Sun iiy morning at in early hour togeth er with u friend who aceori n iieil liii sod who tau v j urt its lit qiutr r 1 t I 1TERLE WERE SHCTVt FImt Over n light of KnrtyPi flits look Turn In u Saloou In liviiiipton Lexington IKy Feb 1 Julian HrjIi luring a Ii ruts saloon on Krnum street Sunday night Jctf GuI lun lkodrt11 Tabert cohort for 44 curls iK rroved mon ey Talbert told Mm he would pisy Tue tliy when donlon struck Tai bert TaUxTt ran behind the bar and grabbing a revolver beJt1 to shoot fordon returned tin flee Dickey was she twice in the hack Conil was shot iu the hack and leg and Gordon was shot iu the left urns Talbert was not hit Dickey will die Talberl iis under arrest 1nlbaulnnentdNewport Ky Feb lit 9tO oclock Friday n rniug a westbound ear on the DayTin divisioni jumped the track near the boundary line Ibe twAti Newport and Uellevue turn down the heavy fence on the north side of the road leaped through mid air undo with its load of human freight landed ia Taylors creek 50 feet below The fact that there way no loss of life when 24 people took this awful ride eon not be explained There were ninny injured however and1 some so seriously that it may prove fataL Clerk Chitrxca AVItJi Theft Louisville ly Feb IGJohn L Wilson for 15 years a trusted em ploye of the wholesale dry good firm of J M IlobfnsbnNorton d Co was arrested Friday charged with tho theft of about S1000i worth of silk arrestinI silliturer who was also arrested Iefftlnii to Foreclose on n Jlond Louisville Ky Feb 15 A petition wfes filed Thursday in the circuit dlrl5 oflce by the ColumbiirFiQnnei and Trust Co to foreclose on a 50 000 bond issue of the Dispatch Pub lishtug Co which publishes the Lou isville Dispatch n daily morning pa per The petition alleges that no in terest has Been paid on the bonds Siiiiillpnx IviuuJis Out tlc Court WhiterHouse three new smallpox cases are under quarantine Circuit court which was to have convened here this week will be postponed until the next regular term Doctor Cowliltleil IAh Ky Feb 18 Miss Mary Murphy cowhided Dr William Cow all on Broadway She says that hu tried to flirt with her but he denies it Both swore out warrants C11 Two Denthn ICn1lfKy Feb 1SMrs Clem Ferguson aged 40 years died of heart failure superinduced by time killing last week of Marshal Gus Crouch in Metropolis 111 by lice husband AcclileiitnJIr Shot Hlmnrlf Salyersville Ky Feb 1SGeorge Dunn of Calvin Gipson aged 18 accidentally shot himself with u rifle inflicting fatal injuries Her Seek Was Broken iddlesboro Ky Feb 1SMist Lucy Smith living near Ingrain was killed by being thrown front her horse Her neck was broken Child Iluritrd to Death Greenup Ky Feb 15The five yearold daughter of Dial F May was 1 burned to death by her clothes catch fire from an open grate She raneling her mother and felt at her feet The mother was also dangerously burned trying to put out the fire Stabbed and Ilolifeed Louisville Ky Feb lSGco Cook a printer who lives at Uarrct aveau and Main street was assaulted tab bed and robbed by two Negroes neap his home His VTQUUds nltaa rwrtll tit U y 1 d Jr V f 1 I r I tZ z aT = r y THE HICKMAN COURIER I I I I GEORGE WARREN HIOKMAN KY 1 iI FRIDAY FEB 22 1901 i and Time Table N 0 St L R R LEA VEil ABB1V1S- I tali Ko A3 at 9SS p I Trail No 52 744 a in Trala ICe 3 at A OS p NJ1 J Train So 4 140 p ni ANNOUNCEMENTS cocirrr SUPT or COMMON SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce Mr EM MBrr W KOACB as a 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 6 1901 We are authorized to announce Miss Doe MKACHAX SMITH aa a candidate for the oMce of Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton county object to the action of the Democratic primary April 0 1901 POE HIE1PP We ate authorized to announce Mr W A XAYLOIt u a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton County subject tothe action of the Democratic Primary on April Otb1901 We ore authorized to announce QBOKSK CAKFBSTKK aa a candidate for the of net of Shenff of Fulton County sub ject to the Democratic primary else non to be held April 6th 1901 W are authorized to announce Mr F VOBB WRIGHT M a candidate for the once of Sheriff of Fulton county inbjact to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 0 1901 5boaCOUXTT CLJUUL We are authorized to announce S D LUTBH as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April 6th 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr Lox BinTOBD aa a candidate for theme of County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 WB are authorized to announce ARCH K BBJKYABD ac candidate for the of flee of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary to be held April 1901 We are authorized to announce W M Boa M a candidate for the office ot County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary to- M held Aprkl6 1901 oJlecUJITT ATTOIItal We are authorized to announce lIr1EsnBT T RKKLXY m a Sol the oBce of County Attorney i jeer to the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 1t t FOR JAILER t We are authorized to announce MR Jo Noonoit as a candidate for re election to the office of Jailer of Fulton cormsty subject to the Democratic primary tobeheldApril690Is 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 6 1901t FOR ASSESSOR We xre authorized to announce THOU BiTiAxnoM aa a candidate for the of fice of Tax Aweseor subject to Democratic primary to be held April 6 190LWe Aauthorized to announce LUTHKU WATSOX as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary to be held April 61901 We are authorized to announce A W CoRUii as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary to be held April C 1901- We are authorized to announceR A BBOWDXR as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce Bon HBVDRICK as a candidate for the oft CountYlubjeot lid April 6 1901 counT JtJDGKf We are authorized to announce HIRAM KBABBY as a candidate for reelect tion for Judge of Fulton county countsubject to action of Democratic pntmary of April 6 1901 i We are authorized to announce J F MAKKSK as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April C 1901 We are authorized to announce R S MUBBKLL as a candidate for the office of County Judge subject to the Dem N i ocratic primary to be held April 6 1901lj FireMMs Close Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was rackedl with pain writes C W Bellamy a 10I comotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any ap petite and all rUn down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bit ters and after taking it I felt as welll aa I ever did in my life Weak sickly ff ffrundown people always gain new life1 and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Cow gill Jk Cowrgill Price 50 cents Dining Chairs Tables and gene Iassortment of NewFurniture arriv ing daily at MORRIS 4 PHILLIPS y k 9- s S a i J US i I1IT 1- I I L 20 pr Ctt muslin uMarwoar ps tipla IItJului lu order to introduce our new line of Ladies Muslin we will from noW until tthe la of lAHCII posltirely l1ulcncarII I cent reduction on any garment in this Hue SEK onr big dow for stylus and price We show tho bei tand cheapest line the city inII LadiestMuslin Gowns Ladies Gowns fine Cam bricEmpire sty Ilhand comely trimmedwith Lace and Embroidering regular prices 50c to i2 50 for this sale only with 15 off Ladies Muslin Drawers Lad ire Drawers fine Cambric and Muslin Umbrella shape trimmed in fine embroidery and laceregular prices fiDe to 8100 for this sale only with 15 oft oilI SPRING GOODS I I have just received a new line of LACESWHITE GOODSi2 I GINGHAMS GOODSGiltfortrimming 01 ELTZER DODDS HICKMAN KENTUCKY JLocal and Personal Thomas A Edison in a recent interview declares his belief that electricity bo introduced in the public as a study to rank in import ance with spelling and arithmetic lO FrMh Oyeten always on hand at CarutheraCongress hat appropriated 5000000 j the St1Louis Worlds Fair for 1903 The city is to raise 110000000 and but little is lacking of the latter The Worlds Fair in St Louis is now a fixed fact and will far eclipse the out at Chicago COWGILL fc COWGILL Hickman and M Shaw State Line will refund you your money it you are not satisfied after using Chamberlains Stomach and Ltv er Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach billiousnesa constipation and headache Price 25 cents Samples free The River and Harbor Appropriation carries 13833383 for the Mississippi river irony Cairo to New Orleans This include the appropriation of 9200000 for the Levee from Hickman to littleIIIt is not yet a law but there is but doubt that it will be- IfsTTon will profit by reading SHAWS- ad I on first page Mrs Carrie Nation is in jail at Topeka refusing to give a bond of 2000 to keep the peace The warrant was sworn out by a coldstorage company whichIIwas attacked on the Sunday case brought in the City Court by proprietors of a wrecked joint de cisionAvos reserved by the Judge until Thursday 1fa International Stock Food will cure Hog Cholera in ita incipient stags King Edward vii has snubbed all hi old sporting companions horsemen actors actresses etc It is considered as a resolve on his part to reform live hereafter a life in keeping with hisI I position J PolaHdCklua Boars 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 I mon church or on the undersigned Jon A MCCLURE 616 Troy Ave- Hickmanf Ky Susan B Anthoqy has come out in a strong denouncement of Mrs Nation in her saloon smashing career She thinks that even an unlawful business should be proceeded against by lawful means 1q- i Ladies r Muslin Skirts Ladies Under Skirts fine Muslin Umbrella shape deep flounce trim med with inserting and Embroidery Regular prices 100 to 175 for ti thiaialeonly20pr ct off Muslin Corset Covers Ladies Corset Cover fine soft cambric Frnch shape low neck lane and ribbon and embroidery regular prices 25 to 50c this salaonlv 20a I NEW We I PEROABES EMBROIDERIES and INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD TTH ijl1EK T H1iO rTATTNft- YU A R t Y U VVRAVIR F A v Three Feeds ForOne Cent You chit take a bunch of Shoats or quickerfromTIONAL STOCKFOOD thtiu by any other method of feedi- ngnternational Stock Food- Prevents log Cholera It prevents Hog Cholera by being a stimulating tonic blood purifier and general system strengthener When this is attained your hogs will not have CholeraThese Practical Facts Explain tho immense rule of this won productIt cnttlcIhogs and pigs It ii used and endowed by 500 000 farmer Sold on u positive gusir antic by J A MCCLURE 516 Troy Ave Hiokmau Ky Orders Left at- Shaws Dept Store will receive prompt attention HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE One lot of good Horses and Mules for sale Apply to J J C BOXDURA x t 3 F r=tCcaelteA a c u or 4 Q r- II t Jw orJ o et JFVO ALi 9naocn Q1 1 il and Sack Ccats c I I I l I j I 1st Made of the Best rear Resisting Material j if 2 cl1 Are Double Sewed with the Btl Six Cord1 Thread j I ad The Buttonholes and Stays are all made by hand i with Harbours Linen i I i Jit 7- plentyc i Shouldersgqj tii itlHI have long sleeves and I large bodies j I P 8th Every Garment is cut and made with the idea of I riving the wearer an easy perfect fitting garment for hard service 9th We warrant all our work and authorize every dealer selling our goods to replace FREE of CHARGE I anyof our garments that Rip under auy ordinary strain I IStl that our name is printed on the tickets and pockets nulstamped on the buttons and you will be sure of get ting Perfect Goods JT WARD f CO PEORIA ILL jNJIanrifaclrireris of TUB 1 ROlfAI PANTALOONS- OVBRALLS S 11- l 1 CHArSx m1 1 9- i l t t SHHrr ANti urn a0 AlVEE C Ii l i 11 Sole ffltflW gent I i twI =e e fi e i- I I I Its to Ones Interestii To Get Right PricesII I To buy very item at wortl f I Ituh trnali t1 itr i1 j I outlay Careful luy r i CI who get nloug in Jho v ri t t thnec who consiur v I i I valor a feature who i rv ttI I u homo supplies wiiue ii1 1I atelow est That th iis Hlhit I Furniture Store is fully attfsfil f by the large number of shrewd I I buyers who make it heai nirtcr3 t il t trrttare Uttii jlid j I Febrvary brings along a me eapociaUvJ attrntivo otf riiis whwe vl1 1rwill e pXiiilIy iuterust but its what would naturally be IIuet This week it- sMATTRESSES tXPlctcdII I AND SPRINGS I Good cotton top mottressts from 150 to 360 The best Aetna Elastic Felt mattresses 950 The very best Japan Steel Springs from 200 to 325 TPHEN 00 l et yly 1 ITHf I 0 9n I II Bnclileus Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo lion ointment or balm for Guts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcore Tet ter Sat Rheum Fever Sores Chnppe1 Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only atiCoffgill 3c CourgilTs Drug Store I LAKE BLUFF ITEMSIj I t Mrs John Dotson has been quite sick but we arc glad to report her improving The weather is fine and onr farmers lare begiuuing to hustle 11 Kate Osborne is visiting the bod 1 1 side of her mother Mrs Fannie Cole i who has been very sick we are glad to j say she Ismuch Mrs Kate betterIj homo at Slough Landing Tuesday night t j on the steamer Ferd Herald jj Best wishes to the Courier j 1 I JACK t i I CITY BALI SHOP To my old customers We are here jpatronagej tryingOALDWELLI h2ata c Kai c 1sabei MJaop In the new Laclede Hotel where can readytokeen razors Well try to please you 1JII HICKS 11R Ivy FOil Kale Twenty Acrcon the Dyersburg road Apply to E N SAaov 1 1l 11 ROSS AND I HOS fTA young geutlcmau of this countytwas engaged to a charming young girl in TCUUMMO and just before the holi thedaystheVinewedding was drawing near and tho gramelect thought he detected somekind of a sad expression iu UH eyes of I wastheShe approached him one evening just it in thewas settingas tin western sun western part of the West and looking tip into his tender red eyas she said coilfiea mite mv until I have to tel1 teneeis Is this Willie my father served n term in the Tennessee State irisoa mine Willie and do It was no fault of J UI1 still love me Glad brought up tliiacoufejBsiiiu business said Willie iI too have a secret and then ho whitelooked I line faltered my father served a termfin the Kentucky Legislature And label the mean thing shook him and now hes home retailing shoes aud cussing I PLATT OFFERS A PRIMARY j The Plate element of Democrats of IJickman county who claim that Flatt is the Democratic nominee for Repre sentative trout Ilickman and Fulton counties propose a Democratic primaryyelection to determine who shall be the r nominee The proposition KO far has Ofnotcourse Ayrc3 friends claim that he is the regular fair and square nominee and that there is no right or necessity for any t urther nomination It is under stood that the power of the State Dem ocratic Committee will be invoked and that that Committee will pronounce in favor of Ayres and that his name will go under the roster at the regular elec tion in November but it is equally as well understood that the other element will not relinquish their claims to the nomination and that the tight will go on YOUNG TEACHER HONORED 4 Union City Tcnu Feb 1G1Spcciall Tho trustees of Ilickman College have conferred quite an honor upon Miss Dora Smith one of the teachers in parsing resolutions without solicitation upon her part excusing her from work at the makela canvass for the office of County Su perintendent Miss Smith hotels a county certificate with an average of 9Qi per cent on common school studies which is the highest ever made in the county L F OLIVERif II Blacksmithand Undertaker I I HIOKMAN KENTUCKY I 1IVEME TKlALwiicn wnntU1 ltyIUndertake r s 1 j ci s ltlttcttYataiitilydl ui in Khirt tit iier nulllnl IMny01h ably pric Give ma II call Clad Shop IK HI Iht Jnil I t I IHI1 temltY Sue tv IScimett BENKBTT i 4 REMLEY = ATIOEKSYS ATL yy Will thepecial1 on coun atClintonland C Ei EAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St Ivcill Purclpas ellt the StockJ Uiliondurint1 t I 10IlteGoodyAnd ft I ILIVERY STABLE I IOPPOSITE R R DEPOT jJ H POLLOCK Fropr I surreycarriaNcsFirst class turnouts I UustomeraI 5 1 Ny 4 ref ad Ta y fr J e o I un t mmmmmmmmmmnnWt mmmmmfmmmm i ti tw f Iiisons Greatt l- e Begins to ky WHAT lIE MILLENDS The question has been asked many times in the last week Well tell you Every mill and factory manufacturing Dry Goods of runningrl from one to sometimes twenty yard suchcshort lengths are sold much below regular price WE HAVE SECURED i a great quantity of these goods andarc putting them on sale today AWAY UN DER ACTUAL VALUE 61 0 se We quote some items here Prices are fully 20 per cent less than you will have to pay a little later Make your purchases NOW save that 20 per cent and get your sewing doe before warm weather cone i o 2 i MillEnd Salesia of Prints at 3 CENTS In Fancies Blues Reds uiul Light colors 1 to lO yard pieces Actual val ue 6 cen- tsMillEnd S Sale of Percales at 7 CTS Reds blues and light colors 1 to 10 yards Actual value lOco MillEnd Sale of Napkins Plain and Bordered 0ti eve put these also in this Side awny l JJdcrJ value 1 50 kind at 1 25 1 25 kind at 9Sc 1 00 kind at SSc 75c kind at olc 4 Fine Bleached Table Cloths 4 50 values at 375 13 50 values at 300 Fine Damask and liuck Towels jLurgesize some knotted fringes some 30c values at 20c n rr A I l 1 4 Oltt7 uu a 1 ocalnd Personal 1 i l1 t B B Sanders a leading merchant of I Caruthcrsville Mo visited Hickmsut j this week WSec new Bedroom Suites at Morms PHILLIP Sirs Nannie Kingmnnanl Miss Mubf4 I French visited Mra Birdie Murphy Uniou Oity Tuesday and Wednstidar ntII IntetnxtioIt1 i tgib ivui is reJfytS n ad endorsed by it JlXJ I Lta era uud Mockmeii W M Sentur of the firm of Safer Wilsiris of St val a radreh tat well kuown in this section is deafl t RESIDENCE FOR SALE Apply to Q XT T SALMON If the poor people did but know how little sonic millionaires enjoy thir 4 wealth there would be less envy in the i world Winters arc not growing appreciably milder iu the Klondike Sixtyciyht degrees below zero is the record thus far this season t International Stock Food floes not cost the farmer One Cent it sales its Price in Corn and Oats R M Metheny and D EiWilson left RWednesday night as de gates to the Grand Lodge of Royal Templars in w aLouisvillet After a thorough canvass of the goose bone the hog melt and the groundhog n safe to nntinnmn thata prophesies it the sumiurarwill be warmer than the it winterrI If the legend abont tho issuance from his winter retreat of the groundhog iu search of his shadow bo true winter will soon cud and roseate springtime rrwill put mil an appearance cw It is a mad world my masters E ll r l c Bruce a Baltimore man worth 300090 committed suicide because he had too j s much work At about the same time w in Chicago a poor man killed himself I because he had no work to dot z A petition is in circulation in t i- it county asking the County Court to order an election in November as to a 1No Fence Law The petition originated in F precinct and has been nu the Lodgton merously signed and will be circulated t over all parts of the county The peti M1tion we learn only applies to cattle sheep and hogs under mouths old and it is claimed that this will save iin fencing many thousands of dollars Read Shaws advertisement on a r firstr1 pageFARM FOR SALE pnileISouthwest of Hickman on the Wilson W EraR road Apply toJ wkv s I Mild Stile of I Beached Cottons 1 1 yide 7 I CENTS I3I ItlJc lUllbleacled Cottonsv7 at 5 cents Length 5 to 20 yards yard wide Actual value Gc 1 e ofvTowels and Napkins NOT short lengths hut short quantities Ve have enough for your demands thought and the prices are Mill End prices Dutton Huck 42x22 ins 8 CT Value lOc Smaller size 4 CTS Pure Linen Muck 30vl5 at 8 CTS i Actual value 12 Is2j Better one fringed at i12 l2c MillEnd Sale of Blankets Only a few left hut they are vhlues SURE These are All Wool ctrl 114 size large S 50 quality at 70 o 50 quality at 3 OS 4 50 qualitv t t rll nb6 66 I 11 4A4 7- t iAQ POR THE BEST I 1tINIAlYbtJVCEVZS tsaEn- uwPw v Snowhere they allan ttirto want lF II R5HJ GOODS at I uitI I lVIvJT 1 PRUE TO r J I11 1 i 1 rtla I e tdat e UPTODATE CC t Is1 1 cJ t NVrrriNGs OLD STAND l FroII iClintonj d IIVUphou1 I 74 SDQlT UR LJldJUIt i 4- iniJ ath JW Sl pvnIL1 ii- y l1J 9 rseeriesti Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware I tic HayOatj Bran Lime and Cementr5 JSJe envy everythtu nsailly Jilt I ia t tin cbH Grjcery anlno1 tt pains gill be spared to please our customers Our motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us C DeliveredaTHAT DIRTY LINEN I I The Courier in referring last week I I to the washing of dirty linen soiled in the Fulton Legislative Convention had no personal allusion to any candi didate or to any individual member ofI that convention but only to the fact that from reports the convention was andsI i the Courier is not now of sufficient partisan bias to attempt to Us the blame for such conditions upon any special ones But be the responsibility upon whom it may conservative Democrats are not taking kindly to suchaffairs Time may fix the responsibility as unfortunately the whole aliair promises to en gross the pending race to tho exclusion of all other issues It is this fact that caused the Courier to regret the split at Fulton but it was the disorderly convention that caused it to speak of dirty linen needing to be washed tdrAlarge bill just arrived of Patent linesto whichwe always pay special atten tionSUws day A HICKMAN MAN Some years ago an affable and popu lar young clerk was employed at Mr James Lukeus jewelry store Charles G Schlenker Little by little ho saved his earnings worked hard attending to business oXIhil and circumspection earning the good will and golden opinions of all with whom he came in contact till now he is a capitalist in Ins own right owning one of the finest jewelry stores in Ken tucky located in Hickman and filled with several thousand dollars worthof fine goods Schlenker is a typical young American he is a living illustration of what good honest work and treating everybody just right will lead to Others can go and do likewise and attain TrOjBanner Stockrood700 of Corn and Oats nv tllt+ m MillEnd SdIe- Crashesof Lengths H to 5 yards all qualities CENTS anti upward PURE LINEN CRASH at 8c BLEACHED EMBROIDERY BRASH HEMSTITCHED CRASH lill End Sale ot Wide tSheetings At 20 Cents Length 2 12 to 5 yardsewidtus 94 by 10V4 bleached and unbleached Actual value 25- cMillEnd Sale of Flannelettel at S Cj S Lengths 3 to 10 yds actual values lOc- II MillEnd Sale of Laces and Embroideries Laces IQs per dozen yards and up widths up to to G inches Embroideries 2 12c andup2 to 5 yards uuuwumiuuumuauuuau6 1 t I SOCIAL EVENTS jII C = II VALENTINES DANCEISTThe young people of Hickman enjoyed a most delightful dance at Assembly Hall in the Luclcde Hotel ThursdaI night Sr Valentines Day Good mu sic and a happy tine greeted the participant I mid chief among i the pIcasI lors of the evening ws tho exchange i of Vakiitiaitt some comic sonic tienliij mentalIutd nanny artistic iu design I and finish Among the happ3 partici punts were Dr Dismukes Miss IU IC Case JohnI Dillon Miss Jessie Isler L D Simmons Miss Mabcllt Qoalder lilt Shaw Miss I Maud Park Len Shaw Wits Marie Brevurd and Miss Nona Parks Charley I Travis Miss Mabel French Chester Bondurant Miss Bessie French Ward Luteu Miss Mary Anderson Gus Her rin Miss Lite Furis Than Rogers Mrs Nannie Kingman Kenneth Anderson Mias Nellie Rogers W S Ellison and wife F S Moore and wif- eMARRIED In this county at the home of the brides father Mr John W Ballew on Thursday evening the 14th by Elder John K Williams Mr L Wheeler and Miii Ida Ballew The brido u one of the most lovable and beat educated young ladies in Ful ton county and belongs to one of our best families and the groom is said to be well worthy the jewell he has won Boundless joy and happiness is wished for the young couple 8 Sad tad Deaths The Courier has been called upon to note no sadder event than the deaths of Mr John Carter and Miss Ann Carter brother and lister who died the same day Thursday of last week at the fam ily home this county They were brother and sister of our dear friend Carl in the morning at 8 I oclock and her brother in the evening at 4 oclock The former was about 68 I years of age and the latter 73 No people were more highly respected or more beloved by all who knew them Words cannot be found to express our deep sorrow because of this sad miMic tion They were buried at Mt Zion cemetery the Revs Brasfield and Hill iard cor ducting the funeral services Godbe with this dear family in their sad afllictonsJ fResidence for Sale The W E Bobo residence in East Hickmaa ifl for hale Apply toIH ly REMLEV w Mill=E1d Sale of Table Linens upwardBleached4 yards Actual value 35c to 100 MillEnd Sale of India Linens Lengths 1 to 10 yards 40 inches wide at tOe Actualvalue 15 cents 32 inches very fine and sheer 12 l2cActual value 20c MillEnd Sale of Imitation French Flannels StringWaisti t et 12 12 anti Twills at 18c MillEnd Sale of Silks at 25 cents and upward Lengths one to three yards actual values 50 cents to 150 You are cordially invited to inspect these of ferings whether you wish to buy or not TERMS CASH UUUUUiUUUUUUUUUUUUUUt I We arl Becaivini Qur Ifr GI iOu IJSl III i II- our StOGk is IIO- 1eaa and Fresn 1 I No hop worn goods to work off No such soCiUdgarI I gains but every purchase c means a bargain for you You c ant go Q wrong in picking rroDthil stock lines that will be ctried this spring ars being cleared out at a Hycly IInot j tt K ff I Womens Manishtx Shapes I Patent Kid Shoes extension soles Cuban V heel Womens kid lace and button Shoes extra quality 200 350 highest grades We 1do not sell below cost but IIto you truths and give you I H Good Values for 200 and 2501 a tt- pwr 4- I w IIRICE 2TA7LOB R IISHQE STORE I fi a 5 v JL3 J jr x T2- r BLST i 1 t= 1ua Y J q 1F wt 1+ w +f o r s i et I EBBUANVTfVi YY3fO S 1pr OW swift the years tir evon tfulyears Whatheapsofdxist on erstwhile treasure Lifes dally din bIn our ears The tramp of toll the sonG of pleasure And yet with all the rust that lies tpon the shrines of ancient glory There comes a day when thoughtful eyes Reread the old inspiring story Of him who rose up in his might Serene and loyal strong and tender Of country liberty and right True advocate and brave defender O valley snows stained by their blood O laureled heights they died In winning Vanguard of freedoms brotherhood AVe build today from thy beginning O flag that Cambridge winds first knew What patriot prayers went out to bless thee Star after star shines In thy blue And suns of every zone caress thee The flag the land of Washington Bonds clasped anew that strife had broken The loyal heart Its way hath won By many a sacred sign and token God hold us true as thou Wert true To justice and Its hIgh endeavor Way wo remember Thee anew p Today tomorrow and forever E C Tompkins in Youths Companion fiR5T liy WAR FIR T in PEACE film IN THE HEART4 OF HlJ KTRYnClC ASHING1NSlife I nun before the turmoils of war brought the bit terness ofgalley forge and after ward the weight of nyblic cares presents a pleasant picture of the Virginia country gentleman And yd says the Chleago Inter Ocean J there were not lacking even in tIlt ornaments of the house indication of the heroic mold in which its Inns ter was cast When Washington first settled with his wife at Mount Yer non he ordered from Europe the busts pf Alexander the Great Charles XII of Sweden Julias Caesar Fred crick of Prussia Marlborough and Prince JSiigcne and in addition asked for statuettes of two wild beat I Jirst his admiration is for the great soldier and statesman next the reckless but brilliant military adven f i i7urer and last the exciting chase Washington was married at 27 Al ready he was one of the foremost nun of the country For him the i myrtle and ivy were entwined with r the laurel and fume was sweetened I by youth He was righteously ready tio draw from life all the good things which fate and fortune then smiling upon him could offer and he took his pleasures frankly and freely with an lonest heart One loves to pic tur that gallant generous youthful ire brilliant in color and man ly hi form riding gayly on from one litti colonial town to another feast ing dancing courting and making merry Three months after his marriage Washington settled down to the life of a planter at beautiful Mount Ver- noni Much of the furnishing for his house was ordered from London and the selections denoted refinement and un intense sense of propriety lie ap peared to have an unfailing instinct ti in everything for that which is ap propriate His own dress his furni ture his harnesses the things for s I WASHINGTON AT FOPTYFIVE I Portrait by Peale his stepchildren all displayed a love of simplicity but with a constant insistence that all should be of the best J Washingtons active life as well as Jib pleasures was largely out of doors He understood every branch of farming he rose early worked steadily gave everything his person al supervision kept his own accounts i with wonderful exactness and he spade money He farmed as lie fought and governed better than anybody t else At that time he appeared an t solidtj jIllshobby was hunting Washing I bestIHe bas set down in the roister himself thc blooded coach hones for Mrs Washingtons carriage Magno Sia a full blood dArnbian used by- E Us owner as m roadster pones for f- nX r the children and finally the high bred hunters Chinlcling and Valiant Ajax and IMueskin and a score of others In the morning he visited the stables first and next he visited and inspected the kennels of the hounds Vulcan and Kingwood Singer and Truelove Music and Sweetlips all ready and eager to set the woods aringingwith their baying The hounds met three times a week in the season Off they would start at daybreak Washington splendidly Ij mounted generally on IJlueskin an irongray hunter riding in the midst of the hounds He wore a blue coat j scarlet waistcoat buckskin breeches and a velvet cap After him came the neighboring gentlemen and ladies headed by Mrs Washington in a scarlet habit There was no difficulty in finding and away they would go after a big black or gray fox The country was mostly wild and unfenced offering rough and dangerous footing to the horses Washingtons diary of this time iis filled with al lusions to the sport Went hunting with Tacky Custis and catched a fox after three hours chase found it in the crjiv or Al catelied fox with- bohd tail and emit ears after seven hours chase in which most of the dogs were worsted and fox hunt ing with Lord Fairfax and his brother and Col Fairfax started a fox and lost it dined at lelvoir and re turned in the evening Washington was the soil of hospitality and at few times especially in the hunting lIen ou was the house without guests He liked lift and irnyety and conversation music and I dancing and a game of cards in weather and he liked heartilyi hadII presence of young persons friendsAt I ttime too Washington was a member of the house of burgesses He was diligent in church affairs and very active in file vestry In short he was a thoroughlyI publicspirited citizen taking part in all the serious r Stuart Iorrut business of = the colony us well as its i I social lift arfdl pleasures I Social Mfc of the 1rcxlilcn tIt On court days he to tht courthouse other gentlemen to listen to the arguments and hear the news On his visits to Williamsburg his diaries tell us of a round of din Hers calls theaters and on Sundays church So the reasonable whole some and happy current of life at Mount Vernon moved gently on tillII stirring public events diverted course itsII Washingtons manner of living his conduct of his private affairs I while president was naturally very different from of the plantation i I days However everything he did j I Still evinced the simplicity and at theI same time the wonderful dignity and poise of his character From his chief manager at Mount Vernon he exacted a full and exact weekly report Once a week he wrote regularly to the manager remarking on the report of the preceding week and adding new directions He had not been long in New York before he found it necessary to establish rules for receiving visitors and cn tertaining company There was no precedent to serve as a guide and the matter was one of considerable delicacy and difficulty The vice ident Mr Jay Mr Madison Mr Hamilton and other gentlemen con earring a set of regulations were adopted livery Tuesday between the hours of three and four he was pre pared to receive such persons as chose to call foreign ministers strangers and citizens came and without ccrenfony Kvery Friday aft ernoon the were open in like manner for visits to Mrs Washing ton which were on a still more so ciable footing and at which Gen Washington was always present He accepted no invitations to din nerNo visits were received on Sunday In the morning the president uniformly attended church Washington here exercised the same care in the management of his householdas at Mount Vernon All accounts were scrutinized and no cz travagance or waste permitted But with the strictest economy it s said that his expenses far exceeded his salary of 25000 The diary which Washington kept here as all through life is most interesting and gives a pleasant glimpse of life in the capital of the dayOne from nine until 11 oclock for Mr Trinnbull to draw my picture in his historical pieces Again Sat from ten oclock till ll for Mr John Trinnbull to draw my picture A good deal of company gentlemen amid ladies to Mrs Washington this after noon In very many places ho notes apparent satisfaction the umber and style of persons at thesfc re ceptions One Staurday he writes Walked to my newlyengaged lodg ings to fix on a spot for a new stable which I was about to build Agreed with to one 30 feet square 16 feet pitch to contain 12 stalls etc tor P65aAlong with these homely notes are memoranda of state affairs and records of weightyi discussions luring his of office washing- ton made tours to the New England and southern states In 111 Itctlrctiicnt Soon after Washingtons retirement to Mount Vernon he wrote to Mellerry a letter which gives a good picture of his life as he it up again on his CarmhII find myself lIe says in the situation nearly of a beginner for al though 1 nptrouses to build fX htI1 military j ilant private paper = which arc voluminous and may be in tere trsiI ye t I bt scarcely anything else ahoii me that coo Tint require con siderable repair In a I am al reamysurrnntrtcd tiy joiners mason find painter an such isj mr ahxetytr sjit out nf flair handy that 1 have 11111II room to put a friend intot1 to sit in l1tpfwithout the music rff Ali1NITuNkThu went with that pres went rooms visit with erect term took Lame word hninni rs or the odoriferous scent of pnint Although fiin Was hgtOD eerily dropped buck into the round of country- d uties and pieaMires and tht manage meat of the plantation winch had al ways been a pleasure to hin thre is a touch of weariness and Fainess in tht letttr he write Writing again to Mr myciurnalnJhfleiniatiipctioniT thingsfurtherI find mybuildingsand neglect of eight years By the time I hUt accomplished there untmer o breakfast a iittl after seven oclock is read This ryhorseemploys me until it is time to dress frr dinner at which I rarely miss steins strange faces come as they soy ofof respect for me Pray would not the word curiosity answer as well Ant how different this from a few friends at a cheerful board The usualtimeef sitting at table a walk and tea bring me within the dawn of candle light previous to which if not prevented by l glittlringgrlIiuninarJI table and acknowledge the letters 1 have received When the lights are brought 1 feel tired and disinclined to engage in this work conceiving tha the next night will do as well The next night conies and with it the same camas for postponement and so on It may strike you that in thisdetailno mention is made of any portion of timt allotted for reading The remark would be just for I hove not looked in to a book since I cane nome 110r shall J discimargedmynights grow longer when possibly 1 may be looking ir Doomsday book For thQrcst the best portrait we get of Washington at tins time iis that ldistingrishedEnglish cOLmtrJinonhorsebackttolex3nJriallupturned m NK hide at the same time that another horseman rode up The occupants were a man and a woman Actor nernreP Mcrtlnn The stranger all the time addressing R volley of invectives to the man worked in the broiling sun with Bern ard until the chaise waa1 righted Then recounts the actor my com panion offered very courteously to dust my coot He waSa tailereet vell made man advanced in years but who appearA to hove retained all the vigor and elasticity resulting from a life of temperance and exercise Ills dress was a blue coat buttoned to his chin and buckskin breeches I failed to identify him and to my surprise found I was an object of equal speculation in his lint pausehementioned the occasion on which he had seen me play in PhihidHphia He then asked Uernard to go home iriih WASHINGTON AT FIFTYSIX iBy JHIIMS italc him for a couple of hours rest and pointed nut tin hone Bernard at onro fxclahrfrf Have I the honor of iiidrissinjr Jtu Wa jh U frtonV With a smile that 1 have never seen equaled continues the uctrlt offered his IlandI finsl replieif An ocri tort of in tioiiuction Mr Bernard but I am aser toOIactive a part irr private and without a promittcr ii Perhaps no maiifpn private life ever iibmittil iiiinef more oTt n to the tender mereits of the portrait painter than Washinptnn and yet it has brig said that few portraits rtxiiiblt him Thir was an expression cr bashing tons rte writes lirissotde ICarvilte Iithat no painter hat Miccredrri in Ink tiir In 1TT7 Washington wrote I Iii c huckneyni to the touches of the iiinters pencil that I am now alto tTtlierat their beck and sit like pa i iII on a monmrrnt whitt they are iinatirg the lires of my face It is 1 proofof what burnt and system can IlTttt At first I was as impatient at the request and as restive under the op ration as a colt iis of the saddle The Hxt tithe T nhmittn T rv r iutintvamt with less flouncing N w ro I ray noves more readily to the mill than 1 o to tiv pal nterx el air Among the t notnhle portraits of Washington ire those by Ieale Wright Kainage Savage Tninibiill Wertmuller Vallee lliucon ant those by Stuart The orig cal Stuart pictures were copied many ttnes There is one in the art insti tute concerning the authenticity of which there has been notch discussion Prince ue liro fie who saw Washing ton in KM wrote of him His physi ognomy is mile and open His accost iis cold although jiolite His penshe gray eyes seem more attentive than sparkling but their expression is be nevolent noble and selfpossessed In his private conduct he preserves that polite and attentive good breeding which saticiies everybody and that dig nified reserve which offends no one Modest even to huriiility he does not seem to estimate himself at his true worth He speaks but little in general and that in a subdued tone The estimates which great men heave paced upon Washingtons character ire almost unanimous in giving him rank with the noblest of all ages Thomas Jefferson wrote I felt on his death with my countrymen that verily n gnat man hath fallen this day in hrae Lord Brougham called Washington the greatest man of our own or any ageD illS n HAS us J George What did 1 do it fer Say aint a feller got ter git his name in ter histry somehow N Y World The Aftermath Tomorrow George the old man saW As his brows met In a frown You may cut up that cherry tree Which you today cut down Chicago Daily News A IMrtliilny lxK on George chopped the cherry tree my son But that was slight beslrtc What cherry switches would have done To George if Jie had lied Chicago Dally Kccord A Snrilonie Opinion George Washington was good and great But Id be moved to doubt him H he had talked onetenth as much As those who talk about him Washington Star Very llotnarkuttle Teacher What was there remarkable about Washington 1 Dick Hicks He got to be president without telling a lie Harlem Life f I SoreJ1ands 0 Red Rough Hands Itching Burning 1 Palmsand Painful Finger Ends One NightTreatnllCl1t Soak 1 ionhatncreamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP Dry andanoint freely with CUTICURA the great- SLi cure and purest of erno 11dur1ng the night old loose kid gloves with the finger ends cut offand air holes cut in the pif naFor red rough chapped handst dry fissured itching feverish aimsJ with shapeless nails and painful finger ends this treatment is simply wonderful and points to a speedy cure of the most distress inn cases when physicianss and all else fail rFPcnsCiit ti sit if WAS troubd with hands 0 sore thaa wimcn I put tc in rter the ain M would near ret rut cray tie srth wixtd peel effand the id1 would gat bard and freak thca the blood would flow from at Isast fifty pkcss on cats fcind yearsIl t when I commenced doctoring I tried ever old Granny remedy that vas ever thought cf without one cents worth of good and could not even get relief T8 I would feel so badly mornings wacn I get min to think that I Iud to go to work and sun pain for ci Itt or nine hours that I often felt like pivinn tip my lob TntonrNBzforo I could start to work I would have to wrap each finger on both hands and then wear ioves which I hated to do for when I elms to take them off it would take two hours and tlv flesh would Freak and Mead Some of my friends who had seen my hands would sayII If they had such hnds they would have them amputated otSers wcud say they would never wortr and roewould turn away in disgust But thanks to Cuticura the greatest cf sin cures it sufbingstJust Ihrce years and spending dollar after doth during that time Cuticura cured me It Ins now been two yeas since I used it and t usingitTHOS A CLAtkICY 3JO Montgomery St Trenton N J NarcrFt ijnf SU Ji Coneetlnrofrrltcnt5oArl 2ctoclernotheettiofernesandec- atee nJ soften the thtkoned cuticle CiTjrrm Ointment Soc andThe1 f t I tjrlnz nod hnnU tirr jiJiln nip and Moo humor with lo+ a of lur when nil i I he falU Sola throughout the world 1oTTEr Dnco AD Cnnsi Corp Solo 1rojM Eoiton U B A SoapJVssUtcJtho scalp of crtiH F ales and ltmirulL nn PUio stn pin of toreottenln whltcniug1 and soothing red rourh arms sore hmd In the form ofgbatlms for annoying IrritatonR Inflammations and eh tings or too free or olTcnatvo pcrnplratlon inform of and for purposcs the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion ran Induce those who Sure once u+ ellt vt UPO any other especially for prcservlnsr and pnrtfylnc the skin propcrtlcmedicated tohonnlll1comparedwthCcxrs theuEsr skin anti nmsrtoiletGIRLS SOLD AT AUCTION Five Chlnt1C lnldrrin Dlapnrett of toI IIllVl o vt illdilcr in Lrunolco SuuJ IFive OuincFc slave girls were sold nt public auction in Sun Franciscos Chi i Tin town the other day as publicly na though they hind been in Canton j where such human slavery is a recog i j ned institution Tftc girls were the i property of Gong Gow an old China manwho has kept for years one of j the disreputable dens in Chinatown He wanted to go hack to China so ho j i advertised the furniture and chattels i nC1tionWhen the sale began there was n large crowd The girls were exhibited and the auctioneer enumerated their good points They stood stoid ly by as they were used to such proceedings having been sold in Canton before they were brought here They fetched fancy prices as the restric tion act is so rigidly enforced now that It is difficult to get pretty Chinese girls into the country They sold at from 1700 to 250 i each nnd they were nt once removed to the quarters of their new owners who will begin to draw large revenue from their earnings MARKED COIN COMES BACK Return After TvrentrFve Years ol- VuiiderliJK to the Orliflnul Owner Txvcntyfive years ago while working in the blacksmith shop of T W i Bhetter at Stoughton Wis Harvey ILiwman former chief of police of Sioux City stamped the letters J W S his employers initials on a halfdollar This week that same coin without any doubt was harded to him over the counter of his fish mar ket in Sioux City la The coin had teen i worn smooth by constant hsn dung during time quarter of a cen tury In that period of time it had perhaps jingled in the pockets of thousands of persons and may have traveled mitts neross the country and hack only to laiuLlinnlly in the hands of the man who Hind marked it with letters of an unmistakable character Never was a man more completely surprised than was Mr Ilawman when lie saw the marked coin In spite of the fact that he had not thought of it since he last saw it he recognized it at once and his mind flashed bacli over the quarter of a century lIes proposes to keep it now PLANT PECANS A rlcn1turIJ Deimrtiiient VI1I Seep to Encourage time Indajitrjr triton Farmers A collection of 15 varieties of pecans has just l een made by the director ol plant Industry of the agricultural de partment with a view to encouraging the growth of these nuts more generally Now almost our entire production of pecans comes from Louisiana and Texas and from these fields the direo tor has got his finest spfcimens It is the intention to propagate number of the young plants both by nut planting and obtaining slips or sprouts from the southern territory which is most prolific and during the next year distribute them in parts ol the country where it Is thought they may be grown It is the opinion of the director of plant industry that almost any nut known to commerce may be cultivated in some part of our variable climate and it is his intention to follow this ex periment with others- ioaalbllltlea of California With over 75000000 of population this country California today standIS solated with only 15COOOO of popula Lion but production in many lines suffi cient Cor 100Q5JQOO of coBftumerv v1I r t e u TTrA Lalt a- I kIf Jit t s tr a ats + h A 0 ri 1 e j i t DEALING WITH CRIMES III J CANADAII From the ChicagoTimes Herald on January JSUi 1901 ofCanadapeopleThestatistics of the Dominion which has n population of over 0000000 shows1 1thatthen were only twentyfive in dictments for murder in 1S99 of withoutfinalwere hanged nine acquitted and three confined as insane proportions over umldngpolicer impossiule or Chicago alone furnishes a far greater criminal list every year than the i whole vast stretch of territory from Quebec to Vancouver9 The Canadians ascribe their im munity from crime to the prompt ness with which punishment iis meted out to offenders When a roan is caught redhanded in the act of robbing another he is not released of straw gjbail by some justice of the peace from the slums to go out andI Irepeat the offense Sharp andsure justice is metedout to criminals of Eankinds the result being that when tilt guardians of the public peace slw d in bringing a thug to the bar they arts seldom failed upon to hunt him a second time- Furthermore them are few court del ys in Canada when a criminal iis brought to book They have no V Dreyer cases over there There are t no methods whereby Canadian trim staYNIfromyear to year or after being convicted ap peal from one court to mot her until wit opportunitiesNor does this srvift method os CanadatI properly1 I Ithe opportunities and privileges that our own laws extend TO them The extentto shield the guilty is lacking XhatiK alhjfe THl above Taken from the editorial colnmn of the TiimsIIeraM gives somt 5 ida of the immunity from crime that exists in Canada tJl this is one of the many inducements held out for Americans to settle in the district known as Western Canada The season of 1901 will see a few soc tions of the country opened up inyt settlement They are attractive iin every respect It is understood that one of the best Indian Reserves i the famous Valley of the Saskat ihewaTtfcwill be opened up this year and an iinvitation is extended to those desiring homes tomake inquiries The price of the land is said to be fnominalseveral railway companies have lands to sell also the Government FoI particulars write to the Agent of th Government whose advertisement appears elsewht rebGrentent In the World l LtheL sine in the world simply because they cure They have great merit as the sale of over nx million boxes a year proves Mo matterl ilat ails you start using a carets todim hid if you are not benefited and in every way satisfied after you have given them L fuir trial you can nave your money back f r the asking There is no waste the ire put up in tablet form and every is stamped C C C hey dont cost much lOc J5c and 50c a box iud aSCc box will furnish a whole months treatment for the tvorst Gate Cascarets are the best and1 cheapest livtr and bowel regulator in the world An Eloquent Speaker Johnny Pa doesnt a man sometime peak so rapidly that the stenographer cant follow him and say so many wonderfulI ofbiPaYes I have heard that something of the kind does happen new and then But why do you ask Johnny splechtheipoke Boston Transcript a Ills Skin Peeled OJT g i Not very long ago when Mr Fred Fall ras living at the corner of Hunt and Pen dletonStreots in Cincinnati Ohio he wrote About one year ago my face and neck00 were so terriblyy burned by the hot vapors of buruin spirit and oil that the skin d i toucheIahners 1 orally applied which relieved myntens I ugony in a few minutes and a new skin tea y formed in two weeks without leaving a tear Your druggist ought to have this wonderful healer If he hasnt it send to k Solon Palmer 374 Pearl Street New York for samples of Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap Money in Politics What we need t do cried I hotly is to take money o of politics 1 tookout all I saw sir protested the legislator with convincing candor Detroit Journal IIoiBlr Croup Curf The lire saver of children for Crou j fom ts Colds and Diphtheria Noopinni to rtuncfy No ipecac cawcnautea foldby drnpfjuts or mantled postpaid on rent pt of 50 Gems A1 lioxMu HUitulo X Y u Greatness is not so much in ability to plan masterpieces as in pcrsihtenoy in pur suing tlicui Kams Horn 0 Dyeing is as simpie as washing when yo- I n I use PifrXAM FADELESS DYEs hold by all druggists After a girl has prepared refreshments for t party per next step is hide them from her brotherAtchison Globe T A Dose in Time Saves Nine of Hale t Coughslikese TV i The burglar makes hay while the sun doesut shove Chicago Daily News yTH All Uu Kentucky belles chew Kume Cum i They like it s v Saving wood iiin the better exercUe b Globi s 1 JNOTIN FAVOR OF ITt II United States Will Oppose the Keneval of Hostilities in China at Present THE OTHER POWERS BEING SOUNDED The American Military Force Under So Circumstance Will Participate lainGnu rhtlT M Will l mlttiililfitlv Rc- rrivri I luat url An I u Tim I ft Iurhn ICuvu 1111- 4lnulhrr luufrrt ur InICnvhngtonIn qUI to the state iKjwirtnuat touching the subject of punishnu ut gavt it to hr uiiiifrslooil tlit tin hi iiese guvirnitiiiit has jigri d to tile lriiH s Tuuii and lLan Wil bout rapii tai scnttiufs to ItOlllllltlIll lIijd tto PIill tIJIII bath fur Yl iIli1 1Id l1an II l iglu i lIlriollinrin alldi I drrllfldllttit tcttiii tlilll t for YifiT iii awl SMMII nifii liiii Tit min y t ilctiMMiiintd iir phi liru aull illI ILCh 11II It i ali41 Ihai al IllF ahrultt i siuil to r ut thts liIIoo 1tiit front tin lapIIIS IIrtO till slat i IiITII rr Iii I ehtlnJ to th tur + that 4n Cd vnuiiilil i rastiiti about to ItstIith- ate fn the otinr 1 11iI1 ti th ChiIIWliull will iiulni tilli proposiil inipaivu li wt i j iimii 1lili1l to srinre is11 iiilorinat i iii 011 thii suijrrt 1 alinilr- in lirelhh AVill nlduilnlel snlijfct if lta i 01l i to Oiiit Ikfor the r Ilinrt 11j ftda VHMI tlIM cnnrst to I I r thvl liy tin 1 Iliitiil Still Lurtl rII tt ill IIM ilfliriniiKii 1 il iin rdtI to hr tilt part of sound IIriliry to ru deiior to tlnik niftliir inilitarv up ertiitII upon a ln lilss IWtlPt i t- iiis iruiialilc that Iln rahulrt liiwclill- willl lrrsnlt ill ate tVnrt In 1hv h1nt1 l ltIIIJtI Tf 11111 vhit siinpoit itran t rut fug i iliiiii true th c N tila ll i 011101111 II ii iaiel tu IIIIiIy in 11111111i I authlljy tiii IiilI1tri11 nlilitlrt furry nn rr IaI rig unt1rr will juirtiii halt iih the d riuaiiK in tin pr jposrtl iMi liiioii anti allhonrli it in nut l 1r Itiim I tljit CtM11 riniftif has et ivti ici iiixtriutiotis to thtrfire III nntloiiiiifilly sill have t IWIII trl short + tThe Ipiiptisril tprdiltot- TFt i irrtliirtt 1 I Itrtrrtnrittinioli to auidl rrIIdin iiIMiilt in thinlattrrt Lot it i hUlk 1 hat by an iwal to tilt ruurrttitsi ut the III pillUlIl not I liy the liitcl Statts oxfriiiiitiit lull hut 11har P Gtrtroan government will be brought lo nee that good policy nod rOdi fnitli oth will be bent sol t ed by nvoidins iiilerferenii with tthe pence nejfotin tions at this Btnjv London Feb tICount Von Vtl Ursee has preiKuvd his plans for thr new expedition says the IVkin nor rfspoudent of the Moniinaf fast +vir- in Sunday and it will start mxt Sat urtla All the powers except Hus l J tgrery10k1triiMlitlvfUflnry Itcply Iekinjj Feb t1fTht foreign rn voys have held n conference ri ardtnx iputislnntsntdI by the powers The reply was on sidered unsatisfaftory and the you ers decided to insist upon a coin 1pliaiiee with their olilliiiuilI demands Sliaiicrhai Feb lUThe Shanghaii Mercury nsserts that the allies are preparing a move that will nstonish China and quickly liming her to terms According1 to the Xorth China laily News tin Germans are planning an expedition on the YangTse Kiang1- ISerlin Feb tU1he war oiliie re ceive l the following from Count 10 WaltlllS 1tling1feh 16Ma lien You Ketleler tins dispatched a expedition under command of ColII HotTineister from Iao Ting Fu to lno IMa Kvvitf i kilometers northwest 111yWTh Berlin corre spondent of the Daily Mail chiims to lilt official authority to dray that it is seriously intended to send an expedition into the interior of ChinaI Ik claims that fount Von Waldersoe Iis trying to expedite the negotiations lullingtAn Alliniui AVIIIi liiiuni Washington Feb HITIIt latest phase of the Chinese situation is that this government has formed a secret thPdisineinhcrjiicjit of China mill to put a stop to further war It means those who so believe say a eheck against the aggression of Cassia antiI Germany The Chinese situation within a few days has taken an acute shape almost a crisis According to advices received at the war depart ment from Gin httree Count Von Waldersee the eommaiiderinehicf of the allied forces has insisted that he join with the American troops ini an expedition designed to clear the province of Chili in which Peking i situated of Chinese soldiers Gen Chaffee refused to join pend ing instructions from his government and so notified the war department Shot ID lletith liy a Mob Macon Miss Feb 11 IIshum am Henry Fed Negroes were shot death by a mob six miles from Macoa They were charged with horning th uctii Macttn L 7k IAS THEY COME AND GO E W CarmacTc the new Unitedexa States senator from Tennessee is a journalist and for several years was editorinchief the Memphis Teun i Commercial Appeal The niar juib of Salisbury keepstro about 70 iirdoor servants not count ing dependents of a higher class such as private secretaries librarians und chaplains Kobert J jumble who succeeds 1ctthitigvew as United States senator from South Dakota is n native of New York and began life as a teacher aud wyer in Wisconsin Jn the galleries of congress now nearly all the ladies remove their hats It is n new custom but it is one that gives to the session of theL senate the character of un afternoon teaIohn Sargent the artist has putII to practice his theory that a pamtt er should never be far from his work lie has rented the house on Tito andSWehasthrough the intervening ulls actiJudgesuraudrrwvivor of the Thirtyfiftht congress He jns hero a member of the legislative odito three states and served two whotas clerk introduced Kossuth to con gress Sir Hiram Maxim according to the English papers had for years befora lie lM onme n ISritish subject been a leading meiuler of a society whose 1airs it was to induce Pritish subjects residing in Amerien to change their 1 n babationalityrepublic WHAT THE LAW DECIDES Qualification of odd ftllows PS jurors in an action by another odd fellow of n lodge tu which they belong on a rasal i igncd to him by hilt lodge is sus tained in heed + s Peacock Mich 4t1 L 1U A 01nFight to assess upon the n maining ands oft person any part of the amount of the compensation to be paid him for lands taken by appropriation jprlcerdings or any part of the Gusts and expenses incurred therein is held in Cincinnati L Jk X R Co vs Cincin inati O L K A S6C to be UIlloutiS tutionnl The fact that a purchaser of a round trip excursion ticket is unable to read or write and iIs not specially notified of the conditions upon i is held in Watson vs Louisvilie A X 1 Co 1 L1ietL requiring the return part of the ticket to lie stumped in order to bt u tditAppropriation of public moony tc pat to the widow heir or IIryjU rep rvkentatives uCu person who died in oilier the salary for any untxpired partLie of Lie terms is held in opinion r f jns ticcv plaau L Jt A 41j lie vith in the power of the legislature uhrre time public goodwill he served by the I grant of such a reward but not a hcreI the only public advantage iis such aa may be incident to the relief of a pri rate citizen FROM ENDS OF THE AustriaHungary has EARTHrr 1 galIonsi i her export Austrias first measured wool clip was 20000 tons in IStl This has now I risen to 2700000 In Iortugul in 1810 there wer neither roods nor carriages Nov+ I 2000 miles of excellent roadt txistII Belgium has added 3000 year to itnna during the last cen tury by careful drainage audembaukment I Til 13 1IUU v r9II Cincinnati Feb 1C I CATTLE Common 2 75 tft 3 05 4017511CAllOCiS Choieelpackers 5 42ysw 5 45 Mixed packers 5 30 fi 5 40 25uI LAIIIISExtra a 5 GO 20n Il111A1No 2 red rL 79 CORX Xo2 mixed tS 42 OATS Xo 2 mixed y 2iaRYE Xo 2 ft L- iHAYLest timothy J14 50 POUK Family 14 75 LARD Steam fi 7 30 UUTTEi Ch dairy 13 23kAIlLKS Ch to fancy 3 00 n 3 50 POTATOES Per brl 1 50 f5 1 05 TOBACCO Xew Goo u 9 55 Old S 70 at2 00 Chtca o FLOUR Win patent 3 GO t g 3 SO WHEAT No 2 red i41j W 7 0 I Xo 3 spring CO a1 72 COIJN Xo 2 39 C I 91V 5otHygi JOUK Mess 13 IO 113 i5 LAltU Mess 7 4Vfe 7 45 Sew Yorl FLOUR Win patent 3 C3 7D 4 00 RnYIcoaxxo 1SYOA1MyRYE1 PORK Family 15 00 rl 15 50 LARD Steam ft 7 MO Ilnltlmure WHEAT Xo 2 red 77 4 i 77 Southern 72 ft 78 44ai111Butchers 4 30rc S 3 HOGS Western 5 S- 5Loulavtllr Q tO FLOUR Win patent 4 25 L 4 70 WJIKAT Xo 2 red 77 COX Mixed new i3l t2 78 OATS cltleo 28 11OR1iMess 12 SO LARD Steam 7 25- Indlauapolis VHEAT Xo 2 red Gig rORX Xo 4OA13o World to End Thl year This is the ret theprotmnrnt thectmpwhiltbelievethiswho nut only thatIlostelteri 11IedicineIn Il eon kidneyublesCIJIIyjuceOU Itllthtr Ih tthe way a Jted till areomen insfcnNttMlnortlvl time otlHrmlln whoto benlapprned Icltirl1Iuloon keeper from bate 1 uu can t itwhllcago Tribune htttJthChi OMB lilHf RewardforcuredbyF OYTChcnehonorable trnusnabonsanyobligationsVeil Tims Wholesale Druggists To ledo O lding Ivinnan d Marvin Wholesale I sitt Toledo 0 hHans Catarrh Cure iis taken intern JIvdir tlJupon mucousfacesper TtStlmoniabfrelHalls1 FamBv Pill are the best Ilnrnllrn gparhs S or ScnaterTfarlspillrnmhilh oH1arktnsCri frirIJWuhiolton t haCare of ihc Unlij healthylvtri y is rivq a daisy bath in warm water alsobei dothingwashed anddzitdV JISonnil I Mrs Tohnfon Han Mr romebomf11rtfN1JtII1 dolrnrtriraThat I bane=TilUSts Tin nc t Ir Mrintli it for ClillN and Ferrr it l bottV rf IrnvPsaRPiEtt- hill Tonic It 5 iiron and null ine rn- a tafctele fom Not nntIjmy Prict50e Com tlItiun In spite of the fn anItnrtnaAFIlelrlNIwTn = n Cure n C old In Cttif Dot a1drugytstanefil6tilnurci I Some f eOlIc idea if knonirre iis tio ulliDdIt thirp ttiurL tirti tlrt tId Iwlu tp ++ t twltu Duly Xiw o r iirnrh rM tnJ tbt laze K sale of ary ink in the world because it iliw bet ink that eau bt made J W I hear Slur Flirt erIayt1 louaildiarugagM dfJConaumptillSI lebII 0thetiratWIoui rnUhUtIfIItrnt- =C =H WHAT IS OVARITIS I II I accompaniedbydown in the side with an occasional shooting pain indicates inflammation- On examination it will be found that the region of pain shows some swell lug This is the first stage of ovaritis inflammation of the ovary If the roof of your house leaks my sister you have it fixed at once why not pay the same bodyYou I t not to let yourself go when one of your own sex holds out the helping hand to you and will advise you without money and without price Write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and tell her all yoursymp bias AlxIE JSTOl toms Her experience in treating female ills is greater than any other living person Following is a letter from a woman who is thankful for avoiding a terrible operation I was suffering to such an extent from ovarian trouble that my physician thought an operation would be necessary Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound having been recommended tome I derided to try it After using several bottles I found that I was cured My entire system was toned up and suffered no more with my ovaries Mia AtixA ASTON Troy Mo In 3 or 1 Years an Independence Is Assared i e lira of llv ku ci l ur i LJ nr i t o l t I tIra ialiy i rs u t te had th I I delKratklAv t of Imni1 Ili url unnt or I Inlerlur 11 rall 1 r h trtc ltnlr i hoed who ni W9ia i t i ctt frci of ros jo lPULIn 1IIljOlatioo Hlnwa tr t t V 1It N NKS Nil 2 Mimil ill 0111l te tT HuUlJiSi 1tuo JS1 t 15u Kiur It 1r I llItllIuJIOI JIrClu UlXi rtll w 111atr t i repiu the oldI fatuotirw Y tine 11t1 luihins 111 Iriycon lilrrv IK nail to du but di j ovf- brtil HI lK vu r m axvuy to ioil it 14 iII y i t11Ut d IiPt i4JktL trIl is tuil1 41f 1111 11 t 1 aliiitoot luakiug wine and uIlt jfolfs Meat Eaokad in n few bon with KRAUSERS LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE from hickory wood Give tine r Seadf circular K JtEUt be en the stomach foal people than all other It Is fer the chronic ailments and long years of t will get welfaad Iwell all theyou put our startyo ir WIIntruttrd HIILIj1ulfiiiiiera wits III iHUy k4Lre10rtItlrk1iaa rrduee Caiiaii Art than ua inii AItr1ILI 111hllnfor Mads 11ar- oCleanttcheapetfrrefrurfliaeeet UltO11111ulI1Uo I WJ L YOU S i I It WlnlUltl 1I 11 ag ZrfrW it o I l If STnlaftnd I tocjofhtv ron nlRape 1 i Brornus S i ot II A ca rtrlh toJarad w 1 tor xiy fd gtowtOalcnnrd6liolb For t Stamps taj lhla 5r tw cull tl Illuiru claitcg toetfptlL80rtrA t wtb tldttaaaI g E DRY Dk1 rn1 iTAKe NoSuariTUTC FnctCATALOCue SMOWWC Fuu Limw Of GARMENTS MiD MASS 1 Dr will cure JiltI ml liiecUintf anil luliiuu Pf s It atMorlm ilia tUDno allays the Hob tOil rt One nets as aI arl Itchltcof vbeprlraa tor 1 A ru1Tii to tror nnll an rlIf1Jf tr e v rrnta arll Ii Ih lu Yrn rt evr1 AsA PEI Live CutsWe will furrmh Duplicates of Ilvo Stuck Cut + ornnt ollu r fu Khcvrn inanv Jicoliin o took at or beiow prier for sutnf A N i Nivsrviji i l- ai Vost lilt ti S rrct t j leiII naIl O ttI ttt HRt ti H1f1 1f51rll1j f tT CLlilli LIfClir i Fr tree mpuaAdrr + m Y KISJtTr MAT IilSfOVEKV vices lI r0111urvr 1 1r i fc f fe rr i siTi 10 dae treat mrtit free IT 1111 ilrK wNi xU Atlu tra r LUKES KOc Alt ELSE rAILS Best Ioucli fijrup TaMcs Good Leo In time Sold br lmsnIu I A K KE 1853 1VZIKX AV1JITIXO TO AHVEKTISKK please dote that yon auw tiio Advertito 1meat lu till payer cC= 0 Bowels CURE u10asDeplrplepainsreplarly orballearthly aautee ISAUERS MKE SUDS RICUIII rtulVIrply7oorIIdalEebarktkldtnjgraolbinilM FInrbedd4tobtainWInmaberautob SpolizRapoandPeaoatl orgrwPaqalfseedsLrgot tootI10grtnuteala ktaAbaperAttl1JtrrA JlA5AlZER5EEDCOuSf J IIDjoo WILL KEEP Yy Im1f1ID Wmlb tiPT- SAJTOWERCOliossorl r Lr wt111amaIndlanPil- euctment rehStock E ilLSiStaotrc ylirCptnfY r1II oW AreYour 8 About the first thing the doctor says Then Lets see your tongue Because bad tonguo and bad bowels go together Regulate the bowels clean up the tongue We all know that this is the way keep and look well You cant keep the bowels healthy and regular with purges birdshot pills They move you with awful gripes then youre worse than ever t Now what you want Is Cascarets Go and get them today Cascarets in metal box cost lOc Take one Eat it like candy and it will work gentlywhile you sleep It cures that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels gives them new life Then they act regularly and naturally Thats what you want Its guaranteed to found in THE TONIC LAXATIVE i LIVBR TONIC 4- IOe 25c 50c NEVERr ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD IN BULK bloated bowels diMMC together a- starter never tlmenntll right Take advice Billion Grass Incrmls WILIlAlS queol Kirio to or rHt s GUARANTEED wN tiltM sesMxQu 4 absolute preeC otIJar etIIe toWe aadgreat erte a- a teWlaaapraateea t ere r Iwill sell C we A8e MSMe pytlea n tile wrefestiris tpters Ptedlr flue aall ifya areVtat cIde4eaftertaratIMI5ee Mraws etyar as e F w tare ce f Takrw daale 1 fraaKClllCAW j MIaI h r a I Y q O L 1 ra i t r4 1 Buildingii fr f I ROUGH AND BERJ DRESSED ILUMii L t and Windows Shingles Jac JIIDooll Builders and Cement Hardware i l Paints Oils etc t ESTIMATESCHSIRFULLY jjCHilKFULLJI Ytt I Hay Oat Corn Bran etc I2 itcItIt L P W 5 CAR U THE R S I I BAKERY AND- CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD i CAKES AND CO SiI I r CLINTON STREET1 UICKKAX KKNTUCKT Telephone Number 90- FOURMEN1HURT The scaffold used in putting up the metal ceiling in th tMcthodi church at Dresden fell Saturday and six men went down With it The accident was caused by the breaking of a stanchion and the men were precipitated afdis- tance of fully twenty feet Awbite man named Rowance from Greenfield was badly hurt about the spine and it is thought he will be a cripple for life Bob Ellis of Martin had his ankle broken and one negro sustained a fracture of two ribs Anothernegro is badly cut about the face e WHEN you want a physicthat is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant infect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Puce 25 cents Samples free Every box guaranteed For sale f by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Lin The microbe experts who have succeeded in charging to the mosquito the responsibility of disseminating malarial germs and have made the same accusa tion in connection with the house fly anci tyPhoid fever will have rendered a real service to mankind when they if have succeeded in telling us how to get rid of flies and mosquitoes e People who believe that the electric light is hurtful to the eyes may be reas tisnred The medical faculty of the University of Heidclburg it is announc ed hays made a very interesting report upon the effect of incaudescaut lights gas or electric on the eyes After hay ing carefully considered all arguments for and against the ypiicluaiou is that the incandescent lights are not harmful and further that electric lights are es- P ecially to be recommended for public halls and places of amusement because they do not contain oxygen J MORGANS CHECK FOR23JOOOOOO One check representing 23127016 0 was deposited in the First Fational Ban Saturday by J Pierpont Morgan in conection with tho recent acquisition of a controlling interest in the Central rRallway of New Jersey by himself and jassociate This is one of the largest checks ever drawn and there was some gossip to thejeffect that it might cause i a disturbance Another notable check was that drawn by the banking firm of Kuhn Loeb Co for 135000000 in connection with the Third Avenue dealt AYRES THE NOMINEE i The Fulton County Democratic Com mittee met in Hickman Tuesday and we learn by unanimous vote reaffirmed their conviction of the fair nomination of Mott Ayres for Representative The Fulton County Committee has 8 f members and the Hickman County Committee 12 and our information that 12jof the Joint Committee endorse Ayres nomination as regular Itis believed that this will settle the action of v the State Committee J r + rNotice All those knowing themselves indebt ed to me for merchandise will please come forward and settle between now and the 1st ofjMarch and oblige Yours truly J A UNDERWOOD Cayce Kr f CJE Fresh home made candies at the I Womans Exchange j + t 0 i r r Do Iw c AfltNN- a 7 rjj1 Need a Itir I Mens Boys and Childrens Prices them have move been made to PantsIII fl5O Pants now 119 250 and 300 values cat to 200 500 and 400 Pants now 300 Mens 81000 Suits now 650 l I 31250 Overcoats cut to 7 50 1000 Overcoats cut to Gl 5 Theyre going fast Better come II- l quick j rlJE 1 LL1 P W1 1LLIN1N I 1l o There are slant fifteen of Mosbys men in Kentucky interested in Baron Von Massows reported gift of 2000000 to tho survivors of this famous Confederate cavalry couiuiaud with which he served J W J B Co are looking for sev oral car loads of Buggy and Blacksmith material on boat Saturday night Come and see them Wo buy old buggies W J D Co will have the largest stock of Buggy material ever brought to llickmau and guarantee ev erything they do Col Mott Ayres Democratic nominee of the Fulton Convention was inHick man Tuesday morning mixing with peodle LECTURE TONIGHTAT LITY HALL A temperance lecture at City Hall tonight by E P Crowe B S Of this distinguished editor minister and lee turei Mr Ralph Bingham thus speaks My friend Kov E P Crowe is I understand about to enter tho lecture field and I take this opportunity of placing a slight testimonial upon his already long list In tho past fifteen years ho has made a great many engagements for me and in spending Sunday at his appointments I have had several opportunities of hearing him speak and preach His discourses were clearly the productions of a thoroughly trained mind The effect produced by his eli quence and the skillful delivery of his discourses placed him in my estimation among the platform leaders If ho succeeds as well upon the lecture platforms I have hoard him in the pulpit he will be a star in a short time RALPH BISOHAM TIlE PALACE CAR Brand of Canned Goods is an exceptionally fine quality of Fruits and Vegetables They are scientifically prepared in modelcountry Kitchens and while a little higher in price than ordi nary brands of Canned Goods the extra quality amply makes up for the little difference in price EVERYONE WHO HAS TRIED ONE CAN HAS COME BACK May we not send you a can 1 Your money back if not as represented WE HAVE THEM IN a Striugless Beans Lima Beans Sugar Corn Sifted Sweet Peas Tomatoes Sncctosh Sugar Boots PumpkinsSliced Pineapple StrawberriesRaspberries Blackberries PitteS Cherries Gage Plums Egg Plums Shredded Pineapples Bartlett Pears Sliced Peaches ApricotsPlum Pineapples Lemon Cling Peaches Baked Deans with Chili Sauce Baked Beaus with Pork Red Raspberry and Strawberry Ja- mGranulated Sugar 13lbs forjl00 Package Coffee Lion XXXX or Dannemillers 9 lbs For 100 Fancy Patent Flour 400 per bbl Fancy Strait 355 Your orders will receive prompt TelephoucGroceryi rings LL P JELLISDNHO- RSES S AND MULES FOR SALE One lotof good Horses and Mules for sale Apply to 11 C BO iDgRAT J fi m if yft r Qb Ii I PAINLESS DENTISTRY Our MottoH Live and Lot Live a I MY PRICES IStAL PRICES Gold Fillings 1 to t2 t2 to tx5 Amalgom silver 50c to il I1 to 2 50 Cement ooc 31 to ji1 50 Gold Crowns 11t to1 5U 8 00 to 12 00 Losans Crowns V2 50 to t1 e t00 Richmonds Crown S oo io to 810 00 Bridgewcrk jf per tooth i9 00 18hrricoforExtraction Stte usually charge 1 00 Cleaning tenth 75c toIsistttCFALL1 k DISMU KES w AQ ilE W 1Ii1T y- rFURNITURE 8 na TCTJIUMM I T i = L uNWrwsrwr r w Morris l P1il boughIt the Furniture stock of Ernest King willI continue the business at the oldstand and solicit a share of the public pationagcr shalll giyebetter COMEUP STAIRS j Having leased my dry goods store to Ko I per Bros I have moved HIS stocklipl I I stairs over the grocery room opposite Dr j Davidson Dental1 parlorI where I will i continue to sellat cost all the remainder I of my goods Please call if you want I anything in this linet very cheap I I E BuCHANANa j I I I i GOUGE = = MEDICINES COLICUitlS f i CUH1Jl rUNIC L1= 1f I ALL KINDSI AT I I Lov Covgillst I DRUG STORE I I i F S 1 QQRE- fATTORN1YATLAW I I III Cfi3Ii KEKTCCKY Olllce partner of Judge H F Remit Cash Book StDre Splendid Selectiou of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY I rI1DTi OhtShG Calland see our Stock Everyy thing up to date MARY BERENDES cC Co DR S K DAVIDSON wII wLJSn111SiJrJ I H1O1 MAN KENTUCKY I Offloc over Cowgill fc Oopf- Ur ills I ne Btore tIIl 11Ir 1A IS HE SHAMMING Union City Teun Feb 18lSpecialj Several trwk ago E W Walter alms ii Davis a young white man was places in jail here charged with robbing several stores at Obiou ard tJlani and steail fug a horse and buggy from Alex Wells of the latter plate to transport his plun i der to Lake County WinK caught enII the war Hi has gone violently insaiif I unless he is pretending which it is gen rally thought ho is doing He tore up the cot iu his fll uiaau a rope out oft the wire and hu himself but was rescued by Larry Finch the Sheriffs IOU He make s all kinds of unearthly i noises he tore up everything he could iiI get his hnudi on and stripped every particle of clothing Irom his person I lIe threw a shaving mug at another I prisoufrS heat and it barely missed its mark He is attacked periodically by his frenzied spells and whon one seizes him he has to be shackled CAN IT Bf SUPPRESSED For the Hickman Courier Under tho caption Remove the Cause in your issue of last week we endeavored to point out to your readers the cause of the rapid growth jf illegal practices known as speak easies and bootleg ging or in other words ihegul trading m malt and spirituous liquors Wu tried to show in as brief a manner as possible that idleness gave birth to lirirne and i crime unchecked hud a demoralizing ef feet upon the youth of llickumn or any community that did not adopt measures to suppress or check it j The question may be asked Is thisi idleness enforced Ve answer iu tho j uegave Go into our farming districts ilI at tho busiest seasons of the year and you will find our farmers strubSl1UbI I shorthanued to get in crops as j I well as to harvest them i IntcrroatoI I them aud they will tell you j ers are getting so trifling and shiftless that they cannot be depended upon and will often quit their employ under the I most trifling pretext or without any excuse at all and that as many as five or I six hands are often employed befor- their crops are housed or placed on the market That this floating labor must be clothed and fed roes without saying If they cannot be depended upon and will only work until they get a few dollars accumulated Where do they spend tho balance of their time and in what manner 1 Our criminal calendar answer these questions in no mistaken toues Idleness and crime go hand iu hand and the latter Is so far reaching in its ramifications that if tho half was brought to view even in Hickman our citizens would shudder with horror at tho hidden immorality that only stalks in darkness AKAOOX e o s i J 49 T 1R o ee Ey Goods Hose iF M ODERNItiEDD I I I 1 1II 1 t i I have been making some change S in my store rooms and find them j overstocked in many lines of good j41 seasonable goods and will sell them L i iout at at a sacrifice to reduce theII stock All goods in Dress Goods Yl It Department that are shop worn be sold regard less of cost Big willitit I Inins in this line if you want I III yIha e now ac l1i Mens and Childrens LadieIti I It which must be sold and I j ts far below original cost They first class and will SOQH be all areIICall and get first choice IIIII ITho railroads have filed a joint peti tiou for rehearing before the State Board lof Assessment on the question of certi fying the franchise values to the coun ties They ask a roargnment on March I 10 Tho roads asking it are the L S IN the C S 0 the Queen fc Crescent ii railWH1IJudgeI I represent all the petitioners The board has as yet taken no action as to 1 Ingthe reargnmeut grantII Bncklens Arnica galre Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tet terfSat Rheum Fever Sores Chapped foriatILrDinin Ouairs Tables and general assortment of New Furniture arriv ing daily at MORRIS k PHILL IPB No other packa e cot fee goes so far or ivesai such entires- atisfaction as c i ilARBUCKLESJI ROASTED COFFEE 1 COlts only a cent more than the commoncoffee to the pound than any or 1V many mltatlonc kind Gives more eu aBet ur i ono entitles SaTe ehewrapperee t eeachpackageor some uaetUl arttda Look for the 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