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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 s sK 4 i 4- d4 yii I iy THEsi7i0 1 i a OLDEST NEWSPAPER I STERN gENTUCSY jft a cT STABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON CQtJ 2KY NOVEMBER 291901 VOL XXXVII N03 ILLz A P I fit t yOUC f h 10 f tf J1 1 LOOKelr Jt k tii 4Wi HE NEW STOLESgo 1 L AND FASHIONSj f 4 i yh n Ttaa hii rt t lookingyipni for veryliltesti JS i4gpbdfiarnestrwe look forward to a greatly rjiirj c fC 4 creased fall business Else why should v WllhY91riid insuch an immese T stockand studied your f y wants so closely it Y- n t- 57f1y n cC J iiMl r X BLANKETS and COMFORTS K NOW is the season for these goods and we have them All kinds and at very reasonable prices S OSIEBY DEPRBTfflEJT S 0Qur Hosiery Department is complete in every detail Our prices always the lowest for high grade StockIngs FLIPS for WHISTS wo seasons ago these were experimental A year passed their vogue increased This season places them well in front as is their just dale1Ta are showing a complete line of these goods at pop ular prices L WEE ARE MURING IN OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC TTHEY ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATIVE OF THE OPPORTUNITIES QWISALES AFFORD The old saying X3S ASF ZL Wp TSArt ltOWS 1Q QZTZ Q53 a holds good at this time Right now righthere at the beginning of the season DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE SJ4LIIJ3E SOLD WITH THE KNIFE RUN THRO pIEIgllCES it Q1ripiice are what cause the crowds at our store Berwitliithem l M B SHRWS sims y i i 1 OUR GUESTS 11 n r OUR VISITORS AIvD OTHER NEWS ITEMS jJ eOST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE HICKMAN 8 Leaves 205 p m mo1RRIVE04 pm112Ato t Mrs Robert LaYnei8 visiting in Win Richard Dunn of Wingo visited his eter Mrs Bob Layne last week jlXiss Bessie French has returned home Irom her pleasant visit to Nashville rBel1 Herring and Miss Bessie SwayneLilaT iMr T H Williams a popular busi= ess man of Fulton has made an as Sigumentv See Shaw before you sell your corn Miss Cora Lebia Brown who has 1en1 so ill is improving much to the ioy of her friends Mrs Paulino Shumate and mother Jirs Mollie Prather of Newborn are lnests in Hickman pi We are glad to say that Chester Bon durant was out for a drive and IS on the jtoad to improvement IxMr J C Stonehart and Nellie Fin Efttdo both of Fulton were married in rat place Saturday iJ New Idea Patterns lOc atcM SHAWS iIlMr Clay Yates of Fulton who was jently stricken yitk paralysis died ar that city rurday Mayorithpnday oa legal business Evan Rims who is attending Bethel BlleeeEtiseeivIlle came home to at Bdjthe marriage of his sister Mr Walter Wearn of Now York ity was in the city this week attend ig the FarteAlcKmnoy wedding U QpJ wanVoiSvenIrtiiy if s + ijr nndMrsDavidSon Mr Rot Shaw of Louisville and Mrl Jno L Robins of New Madrid were in Hickman to witness the marriage of Miss May Farris The new bank just organized at Olin ton has as officers T L Atwood president J D Wrather vice president C H Heaslett cashier Shaw will pay highest price for corn Misses Myra Robbins of New Madrid Bessie Hamlet of Henderson Tenn Miss Cook of Mayfijld were the guests of Miss Mai Faris for several days Rev C A Waterfield the new pastor of the Methodist church preached his initial sermon Sunday and the con gregation expressed high favor Highest price paid for corn at Shaws KnighttoDec 11th is announced Bishop Dud Icy has been invited so perform the cer emony Nicholas Liep who was a prominent citizen of Union City but who recently removed to Moscow to live with his son inlaw W J Moss because of ill health died there Saturday night The residence of our well known fel Thompsontwoground Friday last Loss nearly 32 000 and but little insurance New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS T H Livelaco has sold his paper the Dixio Democrat at Bardwell to Mr Thos II Pet tit of the Bardwoll News papersMrwhere he formerly lived and accept a position on the Daily Leader The Charleston Exposition will be opened to the public on Dec 2 The President will visit the Exposition on Feb 12 The opening oration will be delivered by Senator Depw and the wheels will bo started bv President Roosevelt by wire tram the White HouseDid you see the Nicn Neckwear in L D Simmon Show Window There is talk of Judge Ccok of Mur ray entering the race for appellate judge MessengerAnd TheLedgeryou can wager on Cooks being in the race He is not only going to make the race but is going to be nominated and elected Murray Ledger New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS A BLISFUL DREAM Christmas dreams are blissfulones and if your boy or girl wakes upOhrist = theheartyoudidBERENDES 1 11 h O U Dont You Know y it t townThatto c f1giveprices See his display Everyone say That Schlenker has the nicest cleanest stock of goods to he found He can suggest numerous articles suitable for Holi iday Gifts in Cut Glass Watches Jewelry Dia monds Silver Novelties etc Give him a trial for he = Keeps the Best L GL GI I t i S C l I I I I J 1 vt fsIS4jjj season styles in the nicest of jfc s New GOodS and Trimmi i In all the best styles = Shoes with wellfest v style 4 Shoes with thaT most graceful s and softest finish t Dont forget our Infants soft solesjn al1 col ors v M 11 5HatsDo not fail to call and see me Ladies TailorMade Suits to order X18 to 35 v ii- tL 1 3IlLMcNTS BUCHANAN CORNER It EoA rr r FREEI FREEY UNTIL DICEMB1E let We will give with each Cash Purchase of 1 or over a Handsome piece o- fUNSV4REQUE Dont fall to take advantage of this special offer now on 11 B SMAWS SN EDMISTON SCHOOL The following isa report of a recent written examination held in Ldiuistou School district As an incentive to thorough and accurate work the children were promised that the names of veragCsiupapersSixth rhetoric arith metic algebra history latin and spelling Floyd Naylor and Clarence Williams general average 99J Edna 983Jessie ll I Wall 90- Fifth tirade including grauimcr I arithmetic geography physiology and EdgarCampbell I Wan 90 Carrie Powell 958 Walter Oliver 95- Fourth Grade including reading arithmetic history lessons in English geography and spelling Roy Thomas and Ethleen Oliver 100 Joe Wall 908 Carl Campbell Fred Wade and Enla Lee Oliver 99 Lula Williams 904 Canada Wilds 95 Third Grade Verna Robertson Velma Robertson Wade Powell Ed Lusk Herbert Poyner theII Penl1sJIaniniacres Jv I a i TRACES OF A TREGEDY f A house boa occupied by an old man and u whose rtwerevery laid for some days near the warehouse andlastfrom Tiptouvillo come to Point Pleas ant in search of supposed crimiuals the boat having drifted into shore at unoccupiedFridaypersons at Point Pleasant heard pistol shots in the neighborhood the boat and it Wits known that the man and woman hadjnuarreled and tliQ man had lefthimthe woman reversed the dreadful order of things and killed the man as she was seen below Tiptonville with a young man who had worked about the boatThe edyhaSoccurredman of the craft as he has not been seen and cant be found It has developed since that the young w woman killed the old man THROUGH SLEEPERS YIA MOBILE JeUHIO R R OrJcansSt f LouisnndTaeksonviJlc s 9 vI S Sj Y f tI r Jr r e i w h- F nit j r WELL g i HELPYOU j f To defy Jack Frost this winter at ar tgiverstore a good assortInentJDRY GOODS CLOTHINGI AND SHOES DRESS GOODS SILKS TRIMMINGS AND WAISTINGS LADIES JACKETS AN D WALK I N G SKIRTSI L BLANKETS oOc to 750 r stapleOUTINGPERCALES at 8 and lOc Ydwide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c Yd Wide BLEACHED DOMESTIC 4ic- CALICOES at 3and 5ct MENS The best ECLIPSESHOES line in the cityequal in looks andwear to the 5 F kind r LION BRAND Men s Fancy Stiff Busom Shirts at 1 Just recd new line for winter wearbest Shirt made at the price 11BALTZER cQ J 4 t t THE NEW PASTOR REV C A The Conference report on our first page shows that Rev C A Waterfield to Hiokman prcmotionsomothreer havingmodernundlighuntthat place fa strong numerically and fi4wellto do financially All of this wo are glad for Bro Waterfleld deserves the best Conference could do for him upon the recognition of his merit as a man and minister but we deeply re x andxthe Conference Bro Waterfield inau 0 gurated the movement in Lexington which resulted in the abolition of the old charter and the closing of the sa r Weccan safely say that the bold brave un ceasing and untiring work of Bro Wa terfield and the Rev Vigil Paffold Lex ington would still be cursed by the open saloons Both of these reverend gen whist onthe proposition and while they had isfftiuable help the cause could not have been won by the temperance I people without their intelligent and unfaltering direction A monu ment to Bros Waterfield and Paffold hasbeeh builded in the hearts of tho antiwhisky Christian people of Lexing tonVrom staudpointMrWaver1ield ter by what charge in the Conference he fe won As a man he is a gentle man from the bald spot on the top of his head to the tips of his toes Asa r Christian be is one of the broadest men theii cause of Christ But recounting alt 4 these things only makes it the harder to say goodbye to him as a citizen of Le- xIngtonKay God bless Bro Water field and may his people appreciate him as he deserves Lexington Program THE RAILROADI QUESTION Chief Engineer Richard dAilly and Judge Harris have been over at Woodland Mills surveying out a route to Lake County via Reelfoot Creek and c Brewers Bar near the Nashville Club House and report that the people at Woodland Mills and all along the line overwhelmed them with kindness and attention They realize the necessity over there for an outlet quite as much at we do in Lake County w ITS ATTRACTIVE At lereades A stock that yields all the pleasing things in quality and econ I omy Our inducements will interest OUii 4 i ro Up 1 BOYS KNEEJJ PANTS SUITS i makeiI Jane Hopkins with double seat andi knee Pants The best r boys suit made we have complete line from to 600 Jt r DODDS WATERFIELD 150E TAX NOTICE Have you forgotten that on Dec 1st 6 beadded islastcostJSTUBBLEFIELDSheriff C ESTRAY NOTICE MillnerlivingCayceandnorth of Cayce Station Ky one brown colored Horse Mule about 8 years old tolerablyheavily oneinchonehalfinchesno other marks or brands perceivable and valued at SGOOO Given under my hand this Nov 18th 1901 J F MENE3E J P F C Spreads Like Wildfire I When things are the best they be come the best selling Abraham Hare a leading druggist of Bellevlle 0 writes Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why Most diseases liyerkidneysElectric Bitters tones up the stomach regulates liver kidneys and bowels pnrefies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes of ma systemPutssickly rundown man or woman Price 50 cents Sold by Cowgill Cowgill 0III VIA fcUUOU UOJ USV KNV31UO M3N aNY SinO US- aiiaoM aNY cmoi usaniANosuovr aNY SinO usN- 33MJJB SU3ri331S NVMlind HOnOUHJ WORK ON INCLINETheforcetlJittO sadgradersastructingT Lnett the IronblouatainIt ostfromwillrequireitHowevertransfer y earlier WY IIII- w OUR GUESTS v = JJI OUR VISITORS 1 ItE II i IIiII i jy= j Mrs Beadles Democrat Dr Jim Dismnkes Mayfeid been in Hickman this week fiaa New Id 31 Patterns I0j SHAW TrovAvenueY UWfonCity visitedhisDr Dabney will preach at the thfis- tinn church Sunday uptodateNeckwear i tniirnfngUnionOitlevilloOhioAmberg oi if Rev J II Evans and family leftouTuesday morning for his new charge at Bardwell BOYS DAY BoygOpeningall come Tomorrow Saturday is Childrens Opening and Monday is grown folks Opening at Berendes A leading business young man of Cayce and a popular young Hickmau belle are to be married very soon Miss Lila Morgan and Herbert Chan dleri of Wingo visited Misses Rose Watson and Blanche Case Sunday RICH AND RARE are the goods we have for Christmas A display of beauty and lovliness And at reasonable prices BERENDES The Fulton Daily and weekly Ilnst ler has ceased publication cause assign goodliveMr John Chambers expostmaster and ex Mayor of Fulton and one of the wealthiest and best known citizens of tuiacountyHUedinJultou3 F ftiJj evening The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Miss Anice Ef finger next Thursday evening Busi ness of importance and all are request ed to attend Thanksgiving services were held yes terday at the Methodist and Episcopal churches many of tha stores closing and otherwise observed by numerous Thanksgiving dinners ite Mr Marion Thomas one of the oldest and best known citizens of Fuiton County died at his home in Fulton Tuesday morning He was the father of attorneys Gus Ed and Wayne Thomas and Mrs Isaac Branu Mrs Dr Horace Luten and her charming guest Miss Dell Vaughn of Murfreesbcro Tenn go to Hickman the latter part of the week for a few days visit torela tives Fulton Leader The trial ot the hog case Monday and Tuesday between Mr Barton and Mr Robertson as to the rights of property excited much interest a largo number of witnesses and citizens being in attendance It was tried before Judge Kearby The jury decided in favor of Robertson The unusual interest was that the hog m question was the one in dispute and about which the recent shooting affair occurred Ther6 was much evidence in support of both claims and the jury reached a verdict only by the hog being produced and examined ATTEMPTED ROBBERY OF BANK OF TROY BATTLE BE TWEEN ROBBERS AND CITIZENS I A bold and desparate attempt was made te rob the Bank of Troy Thurs day morning about half past one Qclock by four masked men After gaining an entrance to the building the burglars blew open the door of the vault and also the outer door of the safe with nitroglycerin The noise of the ex plosion awoke a number of citizens who hurried to the scene The bold maraud ers finding themselves surprised and in coutainingonehundred lying in tho yeah and made a break for liberty Joe Scearce and John aud Will Myers were the first to arrive on the scene and gave battle to the rob bers between whom and the citizens a running tight took place and it is thought that Will Myers wiugidone of the men with a load of bird shot for he csrryingl r except the damage done by the explo sives The safe had three combinations one to the vault and two to the safe The vault door was blown entirely off the first combination of the safe blown open but the third combination lead ing to the deposits of money was left untouchedBloodhounds were put upon the trail but failed to follow it If the rascals are caught they should be made to perpetuate the fair ground scene of a few years agoUnion City Commercial h 1 J T LET ME GIVE YOU H TIP If you are looking for now goods in pleasing designs find at bedrockc no further than our store for we constantly pursue- sthe policy of securing till that i latest and best and place the goods on sale at prices which will convince any man or woman that we know how to give fullestValues to our hundreds of patrons It fs policy of this store to keep constantly in lbtouch with the loading markets of the world and to take advantage of every opportunity that ofrrepresentativesicy of ours and they are quick to advise us when thov have any unusually good things to offer We w 1 believe in taking OUr friends sta11e f the reputation we have established and we are perfectly willing all shouldknow the methods on which the business has been built up for they are straightforward and honorable methods that ar n credit to any firth Ve want that confidence to exist between you and us which will justify your giving us all your trade in the kind of goods we sell loseThe hose that you find at Am bergs are the satisfa c tor y kind Extra good quality ribbed hose for Ladies only 25 Best 25c Bicyt cle hose for Boys made Underwear Vest and Pants in Egyptian cotton fleeced lined silk tnpsd gussetcd sleeves pearl buttonsBest value 25ctOWll I GOOD CLOTHES r- Are a good investment for any man not flashy clothes but clothes correct in style perfect in fit and faultless in those seemingly trivial details that are the earmarks of gentility We handle good clothes The amount of service you get out of our snits would r+ makoltFiemTclioapin at wicethGpiieo r F BLANKETS11- If you need anything in blankets we are sure that we nan save you money We bought u big stock of blank ets and you know our reputation for handling good goons We are just a little ahead of ourselves in this department this season COM FORTS Extra sood values in comforts 75 cents for the 100 kind 100 for the 125 kind 110 for the 1 135 kind 125 for tIll I150 kind WE SELL Queensware Tinware Glassware and Hardware as cheap as you can biliy it anywhere QUI stock of Groceries is very complete and 1prices show that none can compete So clout stand gazing upon the street but come in and eaty i Shoes Many years ago almost a gemm Iattonl lI1J 111gan At the out lt the firm con ceived that to make a marked success in the I shoe business intelligent effort must be directed to the subject of FIT The history of this establishment has been the history of a steady growth of a business All the essentials of fine shoemaking characterize Reed Shoes The line comprise all the latest designs in the art of shoe- making 4 Dress GoodsIti mount aim of this dependable store to see that your d mantis are tilled at the least outlay It is the woman who follows the line of strict economy and those who make their dollars go furthest that will find this stock of Dress Goods exact ly to their liking Ever t h i n g you want in Dress Goods is hero if you want good goods75c Homespun was l- iic for Whipcord was 5- 1t5ct for Trecat Waist Flannel was 35c 2iiu for French Waist Flannel was35c2ic for old dress goods wasn n 50 and 7 c- Hic for old dress goods was 35 and oOc lOc for old dress goods was n 25 and 35c ill for old dress goods was 15 nncl25c We are determined to reduce our stock of Dress Goods and are making prices that will certainly be1 to your interest to investigate If there is ono thing that is a better index to u mans character than any other it iis the way ho dresses Ho need not be a fop or adude but ho will find neatlyliedays Wo are showing some special Zs values in Gents Furnishing Goods BUILDINGMATERIAL i Door sash Blinds Lumber and Shingles Also acre t a good line of hardAvarCj paints oils etc Calland ore buying w t tS et OURp J Y Opening Display of i t Holiday Goodsi Will begin Wednesday December 4th NewOnlybe shown Jooks Art Goods a TS Metal Goods l I Dolls SilverwareI X Pictures Janlineres i 4 Japanese Goods etc I lTe 9rdially stockWel r GIVE AVAYto one of little IOLhNorthe boys either a Gold Pi1led latch or a BreechLoading Shot Gun worth 1000Terms of contest known on day of opening r k l L PELLISON i j n tENTERTAINSCNTCKTAINSIN x HONORJotudAAISI EMBROIDRY CLUB ENTERTAINS o The Embroidery Club gave a reception of handsome arrangement last Friday brideMissguestTheof many delightful gatherings but none more pleasant The decoration of chrysanthemums and palms were arranged with much taste in the reception hall and parlor frappa being served in the hall by Miss es French and Isler The table in the t prettyfeaturea lined with a tracery of asparagus fern in the center was a tall crystal vase chrysanthemumsCandelabras crystalbonlions The menu of two courses was styleTheby Misses Hamlet Robins Cook Mrs Prather and Mrs Cowgill Miss Irene Faris and Mrs Anni witwelcomehavingbeenit afforded each a pleasure to extend to her best wishes y THE COTILLON CLUB DANCE A very pleasant social event of this season was given at the Citv Hull by z5theyoung men of this city to Miss May Faris The hall was decorated tastily in red white and blue and palms band in good tune and flue time added to the success of the eve The honoree was gowned in white or F gaudyat Those in attendance were R W McKinney and Miss May laris O 13 Travis send Misses Mabel French andI s Nellie Rogers M B Shaw and Mrs Nauuie Kingwan L S Shaw and Miss Ethel Cook T R Gardner and Miss Irene Faris John M Thompson and Miss Light Faris A A Fans jr and Miss Mira Robbing John S Dillon and r Hiss Jessitt Infer George R Millott and Mss Marie Brevard W G Luten and Miss Mary Anderson H R Isler and r M 8 Louise Rogers L D Simmons and Alien Bessie Herring 011 Herring and Dais May McDearmon S Wilson and Mlwea Bennett and Wilson T T Swayne and wife J H Millett and wife J B Herring and wife W S El lion and wife F S Moore and wife E lit R Ellison and wife H M Ellison Wife O L Walker and wife C Carin and wife H E Prather and Wife iRK Isler and wife L Stone ug wife W H Baltzer and wife i tS r f C i lh +i k I ShumatePratherTyler Misses Bettie and Allie Dodds t Blanche Case Lola Barry Will Hub I RaymondiI Stanley and Miss Ethel Brannock Rob Albritton and Miss Bess Case Harry Murphy and Miss N Johnson Floa- tcrsR A Tyler W M Randle John 11 Gardner Walter DeBow Joe Her ring Tout French THE MARRIAGE A marriage of more than local importance and one of unusual brilliancy and beauty was that of Miss Mai Mourning Paris to Mr Roy Weaks Mc Kinney of Paducah at St Pauls Episcopal church ou Tuesday eve 26th Long before the hour 9 the church was filled with a fashionable gathering from this and other towns The decoration was elaborate yet I tasty white chrysanthemums being used in artistic arrangements with ropes and festoons of smilax the climax of the decorative treatment being reach ed at the altar where the design was especially pretty under the brilliant lights whiteand green was uniformly carried out Miss Jessie Isler who presided at the organ rendered the wedding march accompanied by Mr J H Millet on vio lint Just before the bridal party entered Mrs H N Cowgill rendered aII vocal solo DreamsIMessrs Warren and Weaks of Pa- ducah bearing the white ribbons led the ushers Messrs Jno Thompson and Tom Gardner who proceeded the wed ding procession forming a semicircle on wither side of the altar through wnich passed Misses Myra Robbms and JrAand Jas Light and Elizabeth Hamlet Messrs Bunk Gardner and M D Robbins The bridesmaids were gowned in Green Chiffou over taffeta elaborately qued with lace with green sashrs each carrying pink carnations and ferns The maul of honor Miss Irene Faris entered alone she was attired in whiteI organdy over white satin and carried white carnations Following were Hazel Johnson and Annie Cowgill the lower girls then came the bride beau tifully gowned in white ivory satin with trimmings of chiffon and blossoms with bridal veil currying roses with ferns was led to the eluir b her father and there met by Mr Jfc Kinney and best man Jr A Rob Shaw of Louisville Rev Archer Boogher performed the ceremony while the notes of the violin with organ accompaniment gave Sclmwano Tranmnvei promisesYhis home His bride is one of Hick mans fairest daughters a member of ue of Fulton Countys oldest families r I whore her own manner and genial rr made her a social favorite They Ilefton the 10 train for their future homo P aducahbywere as follows AnnieEUisonPoint Nettiea qua and Mrs C F Baltzer Black marble clock Chas G Sehlenker Ter ra Cotta Placque Egyptian Head Mrs and Miss Roberts Cut Gloss Be GinBonCutGlassRobbins011eJbeMrVirginiaGardner Opera Shawl Misses Belle Olivelragr WBlandPearlHandlepiecesSterlmgand Mrs J W McKinney Luna and Holt McKinney Carafe Roy W Mar i tin Sofa Pillow Miss Annie Faris Cold meat fork Mrs Luther Smith Miss Faulk Fruit Plate Mr and Mrs J C Ellison Cut glass water bottle Mr and Mrs J Eastin Littlefield Cut Cent iCJLj Parks Cut glass bon bon Mr SEJlrsotCaptpIIcream ladle Jr and Jrs A L Jdre yard Sterling ice spoon Miss Lille Grey Jickie Out glass water set 7 pieces Vr and Mrs J W Mr and llrs mHblSterlingglass fruit bowl Jrs Rice A Pie Cut glass celery stand Thos A tiercemSterling butter knife Dr and Jrs A T JcKinnty Rudolstadt J feandtlJlrnuknifethimble Jlrs1 L Alexander Two t cotta busts W S S Harriss Store tiJingPlacque less Barry Gold HuisheJ Dr and Jin s K Davidson Rook wotl vaseJuo B Jetts Pasture Them Aurora Jiss R Adelle Allen Fi flSterlingI Weathers Cut gloss violet yore Jrf J F Royster Sterling gravy ladle Nr1Ve 1isof StrliYg qlberriI setlsterlinWeeks Doz handmade handkerchief prayer book and hymnal Miss Far Sterling cucurnoer server Mrs H B JcKinney Cut glass olive tray Chas Iigss tifa Jr and Mrs Royal A Ferris Silver tea service and China dinner set Waiter R Weani Sterling sardine fork i i 3i 4 figs c glassys4athemumKoger Silver fern dISh0I1r and Mrs rSmith Sterling cream ladletlrtlS G T Elliot ucudllion vasettMr and Sterlingactor Thomsonsugar shell Ms Wm GatlenCntglass bOn bon tray Mr and MrsTschndt Swayne Silver card trayMrs J oliveepooaVrWalkerFruitE A Rivers EnSilver bon service Mr and Mrs coldmeatrBlaseIslergterlingMroogherLPrfce DirsWJapanese loving cup Irand Mrs R T proKiViPearlpaper Cel3LWmBCuTy8poonJ1isshandkerchief lrs Porter Shwnute Iiafdozen handmade handkerchiefs Jiss Ethel CookColor nIJdRIverslraviqMeuettoTStephens andMrhandkerchiefsHalfdozenurrinSrhundredEdwardrbattenbnrJ bolero 1iss Elizabeth Hamlett White Silk 6Weitetillingrefrigerator CI oer Chocolate Set Mrs and Misses hnndkerehiefljissBradley plattMIESGOlllderHnnllVMitchellt reon Cuke plate Mrs Lizzie ttulkE Silver I SilverbonbonSunderLewis We want to buy all the corn we canget at the highest prices SIIAWS STRAYED OR STOLEN of Prom the undersigned on the night 6handsmane bonyknotyearsoldtoherDu S KDAVIDSOV Hickman Ky JINGLING BELLS hnoWeyou haveitBERENDES fSINVASION OF THE UNITEDI STATES ACCORDING T 0 PLANS PRE PARED BY A GERMAN STAFF OFFICER New York Journal theUnitedhasbeenheim of the general staff of the German The army presupposes a victory the imperial army and indeed would dispatch his army of invasion wakeIof the warships ofNorthunder conditions necessarily different againstEngland severalYpolitical difficulties with arisingoutthe present time these difliculties have en smoothed over by concessions on our part But since there is a limit to concessions we may ask what powerful arisetotoimposeNow our first element of power is our combatingUnited States dispersed as they are cvidentiutheUmtedwould not be decisive For the very reason of the great extent of the United States an invasion of the interior is not to be considered ser But there would be chances thendgreat arteries exportation and importation so as to ralyze tho industrial and commercial e of tho United States which would peaceThea condition to bring into opposition within equal time an army equal in num to our corps of invasion I 65060roActually the regular army of the but of thin number there iis not deIr of the mother country Besides I there must lLo deducted from that mber tit least 10000 men who cannot theerIndian territories and from the mari detention regru cawpaignTrue greaterv0did not answer thw call Moreover militia are armed iin great part muzzleloadiug muskets aud are badly drilled bentUs could not dre mi of course of maneut pccnpu iou of any great ptrII American territory which would re au army of too high effectiveness I it would be feiisibe to occupy the principal maritime cities isCHRISTMAS The Christmas CAMPAIGNJJ Berendes Dec 2ad Basiuoss livlior than over this year a id ho has set a good standard iu beautiful selections and low prices BrInE yoiir cote to Shows 0 t t i tili i I i 1 e 1 i 6 J i i e I i YESWE MADE IT PAY 5555-nresollingUnderwenr andrDrawers 50 cent Undershirts and Drawers for Best values over ofter 011 in- FilatS Caps Hosiery + Goves- Suspenders Neckwear Fancy Shirts Pants Coatsc 48c 39C AVe art closing out a line of Overcoats at cut ipricess RICE NAYUOR SHOE STORE FOR THE BEST ij 1l CROCERIZSL 7- L Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers chi Threlkelds UPTODATE CaOCEBY I WITTIXQS OrD STAND 1 Clinton Street J t F ce FRESH MEATS r Goods Delivered Free l Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSSIi t i 1 E l i TOM DILLON Srf Propr cJfSuccessor to B C Itamspe l Marble and Granite Monuments OTTRBIN G STOVE WORK of all Kiudb IRON hENONG cJe Z s i Hiolsman I7pr W R WEBSTER FINE WHISKIES t i f WESf BSU1D1B3 AND SINS jI i A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE jt I i 11 GIVE YOU THE BEST j Itl ItlVALUE FOR TIlE MONEYIe j I i UNION CITY I LI TENNESSEE c THEI I CQUITt HSlOO A YEAR j i 5 r rfI r r a i THE MAN wnO WANTS TO DRESS WELL f will find it an easy and inexpensive matter Ijifihe will wear International clothes headquarters recommend International garments in every respect J in us show you International I sarnpje o1 over 600 uptodate patterns t t HBCi = BRAIN TICKS LIKE WATCH Ohfe of the most peculiar cases ever encountered by the medical profession came up m the police court today whenI a lad was discovered who had a brain which ticked like awatch lie is Alex Jeni and is fifteen years of age He has been working on a farm at North Syracuse his parents being dead He has been at St Josephs hospital where he was examined by ithe physicians but I no wheels were found By placing the ear close to the head a ticking can be heard His intellect is not impaired Chicago Inter Ocean j DIDNTFIND NEB HOIIEY j A young married woman from the south who was visiting New York a few days ago with her husband left him in their hotel room one morning while she went lan erand says the New York Sun She was not accustomed to big hotels or to big New York but she gotI back without mishap in half an hour and knocked at the door Thero was I no responseHoney me in called tho young woman knocking more vigorously j Still no response Hoaeyletrme in called the young woman redoubling her exertion Honey j s honey let me in She rattled the knob and shook tho rdoorand pounded with both fists but ither iwa ttiesilence of the grave on the other side The young woinans g voice rose to half a cry Honey arent you there I want to get in Honey open the door Then arose from the other side of the door a deep bass voice with a resentful l note in it- Madam it said this is not a bee j hive this is a bathroom The next Congress will lino up ex elusively with Republicans and Demo crata not Populist or other party hay j lag membership All the free silver Republicans have dropped back into straight Republicans except Senator j Teller who will hereafter be classed as a Democrat DOWN m MISSISSIPPI COMES THE MISSION BOAT ME GIDDO DATE FOR HICKMAN NOT FIXED IIAll things in this world will be changed and fhe millenium will begin in 1941 Repent and believeIpeoplethetraveling in a boat built through the etIforts of the founder of the new religious MississippiRiverpcepered ings wherever possible Meg ddo is thename of the boat on which nearly 100 persons dwell The name according to one of those on board means The Lord is in this place with an army The words Mission Boat are also prominently displayed on the side of the pilot house We believe that everything in the world will undergo a complete trans formation forty years from now EaidI r Brother Simpson ono of the leading I members of the sect The world is drifting into infidelity and we desire to warn it of its danger We believe we can best do this and at the same time help one another to lead holy liveS by1 1travelingabout in this boat where we 5 i will be in large measure separated from the evil influence of the world but iwhere we can at the same time reach many people through the meetings that we intend to hold wherever we go The boat started from Minneapolis I and will reach Hickman sometime dur img the winter and remain several weeks c It 10 proVided with a full brass band two organs piano and 100 trained chor isters a large tent for service onshore All are uniformed and each has special miaaioa work it z4 A v- International clothes are made by the largest and most reliable tailoring concern in the world with at N ew York and Chicago Every garment is made strictly to measure and is guar anteed to give complete satisfaction You cant get better clothes made to order anywhere You cant get any so good for such low prices as the U Internationalcharges We handle this Ilinei because we know we can itOME andllet the AMBERG That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proven their matchless merit for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and build np your health Only 25c Money back if not cured Sold by Cowgill fc Cow gill MUST BE CLOSED BEFORE THE CORONATION That is the purport of a telegraph message received from London within the last few lays fixing the termina tion of the ruthless war against the republics of South Africa It is comparatively authoritative in char aster but is not given per sonal responsibility by a signature of a member of the British Ministry The pres ent condition of the conflict does not warrant the ac thisseeIllingedictI t people Indeed proclama tions made by the Ministry and by the commander in Chief of the British invaders have so often proved mire liable that there is not suf ficient credulity among the j English people to take any prophecy made by them as even a hopeful prediction Disappointment has follow ed on disappointment until the hearts of that people and the faith of the loyal to the Government has grown uneasy and distrustful on any assurance which has come from military sources Bobs had scarcely landed in London when he indulged in a rhapsody on the crush ing out of what he was pleas ed to term uthe rebellion Before the wires had finished carrying his message to the world they were burdened with another message which declared that the Boers had made a successful assault on a British contingent i n which guns ammunition and stores were captured and the british forces had been compelled to seek for safety in protected position corn forting their disaster by in forming the English people that relief forces were has tening to their succor More than two years of fighting has not proved the boasts of the Ministry The industrial stocks will be affected by the Presidents message in regard to the trusts No thoroughly solid corpor ation will feel any depression resulting regulationBesides earnest the President is and if in earn est how far Congress will go in his sup port f M rte T T rv V t I IIt each day this week We are receiving our new full stock of OOd3I classFurniture 1 We have something new in Bed Room Suits Wardrobes Dining lI FinelttressesisFurnish Your Home IttIn a neat stylish and attractive manner you cannot do this by buying I from our stock of High grade and Medium Furniture HOLIDAY GOODSr I It is time to I I ICIIHIST1IAS PRESENlSII and delivered at any time desired The lust below buyMusic Tables Hall Racks Umbrella Stands Sideboards Chiffoniers Leather Couches Fancy Rockers Pictures Eas els Fancy Lamps Chamber Sets etc PPSrL A c c LBDFORD HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement IItfiilrWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and noI pains will be snared to please our customers Our motto is UOOD GQOD3 at FUR PRCCB3 Try us Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered We still have a nice line of fine Bug gies and Carriages that we are selling at prices that will yonE C Lo- Hickman Ky +Pity the poor millionaire When Mr Carnegie arrived in Pittsburg the other day he was met by such a mob of beg gars for his bounty that he was forced to slip out of a back door take a carriage and drive away At every turn he meets somebody who wants to tell him how to dispose of a part of his for tune and there is no rest for him ex cept when he is locked behind doors or driving around in unexpected places NOTICE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King deceased are respecttully notified to please come forward and settle up and all those holding claims againstsaid estate are notified to filo the same properly proven up as by law on or before the 1st dayrequiredI 1902 or the same will be barred- J J C BONDURANT Admr of Arthur King P JkM Bank Astounding Discovery from Coopersyille Mich coulee word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retireing by any one troubled with a bad cough always ensues a good nights rest It will soon cure the cough too writes Mrs S Limelburger for three generations of our family have used Dr Kings New Discoveey for Consumption and have never found its equal for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled life saver when used for desperate lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 1 at Cowgills Drug Store Trial bot tles freeS LING S AND ROWSI December Smart Set Little ClarencePa when Lots wife was turned to salt what did he do Mr Callijt ers Began to look for a fres4 one I presume WOMANS WAY When a man asks a woman to marry him she says 1 Dont be ridiculous 1 2 Yes That is she gives them good advice and straightway deprives him of the oppor tunity to follow it- DISAPPOINTED AGAIN I hhave ccome began the young man shaking so violently that he almost upset the chair Hm 1 soliloquised the doughnutheme for Mary Janes hand Well here is a chance to get rid of her at las- tII have comer repeated the caller Well dont be bashful boyHhave My darter didnt you come to ask my consent Nno I come tob bor row some quinine ItvegofR an ague cchillv f t sir f iw J ilj I j J t THE LEVEE REALITIES 1 LAKE COUNTY WANTS THE LEVEE TO HICKMAN BUT THEY DO WANT COOPERA TION TO HELP BUILD IT The Lake County Advocate owned by Mr J C Harris the head of the Levee Board and chief promoter of that enter prise makes the following editorial ex planation as to tho levee situation which it is fair to say removes some er roneous apprehensions that obtained m the Kentucky section Self preservation aud protection is the leading feature with the Tennessee ans and aliue will ultimately be carried through from the highland in Lake county to the bluffs m Obioii county or to Hickman Kentucky This has become an absolute necessity and the beneficial effects have already been felt by the portion of levee built There was at the beginning some opposition to this enterprise some persons honestly doubting the successful carrying out of so gigantic an enterprise with the means in sight to do it But now the people of Lake county are all together and m the harness The writer of this I uroI thoroughly sympathy with the enterprise but my dear friend sympathy will not build levees at 20 000 per milejust about what this levee will cost to Hickmanwhich we have found out by practical experience We have never heard of a single individual in Tennessee express or favor in any way the levee across the lake with the State line and the writer hereof is interested in Kentucky land which would be Valuable with tho Hickman route and totally worthless without the levee but the law under which we are building this levee says we shall go from Slough Lauding north to the Kentucky line and thence east to the hills in Obion county provided that we may go through Kentucky to Hickman Ky if they the I Kentuckians will contribute sufficient to make it cost no more The CourierI says the Kentuckians would like to cooperate with Tennessee neighbors if permitted to do so That permission is hereby granted not only granted but earnestly solicited Cooperation cer tainly means for both to do their part We have put up 100000 spot cash with the free rightofway and are blowing It in and will put up 100000 more if necessary besides a great amount of time and push to get it started and are now nearly to the Kentucky line where we must stop till we see through low my Courier friend what has your peo ple done hew do many of them talk and what do they say We know that some of them have said that Lake conn ty is so vastly interested it must build this levee or a greater part of it will be destroyed by washouts they will have to build to Hickman because it is im possible to cross the head of the lake and if it was possible to cross the lake they would enjoin us and sue us for damages others have said the levee shall not cross my land without paying prices dictated by ourselves and that there was no law in Kentucky to force the rightofway by jury of valuation and so unpatriotic as to pnt in excessive claims for the cutting of a row of corn through cornfields when making a survey of this public enterprise in August 1899 annoying the government officials and the Lake County Levee commission persistently with those unreasonable claims With such obstructions thrown in the way and the donothing policy on the part of the Kentuckians it would be discouraging if we could not help our selves Being thus confronted it tee came necessary for us to make an ex amination to see how we could get to the hills and have found by actual survey by the same man who made the Hickman survey and it is demonstrated by the actual cubic yards that we can theHickmantakeulegalnnddamagealarmingThere countywhoroute costbeing anywhere equal be cause it is neighborly and the natural route for the levee to go but men are anythingtoare a determined working set of fellows and will protect ourselves and the soon er those interested in Kentucky land and the city of Hickman net a move isIspendI1damagedfor the hillsat Hickman or elsewhere and it is time to be hustling In brief the situation appears to bo that Lake Cbnuty is burdened with a tax of 100000 to build this levee and that the larger part of this sum has been expended in its construction Therefore they are confronted by the situation to stop their levee where it is and lose all the money expended and i all the benefits which would result from I i a completed levee or build the levee through tosouie highland point Hence the survey across the head of Reelfoot Lake Mr Harris and the people of Lake County without a dissenting voice prefer to build to Hickman which all concede to be the natural and best line hut they cannot build here theyhaveCounty money in Kentucky unless an equalizing amount is raised from other sources Under this state of facts they will be compelled to build their levee to some point or lose all they have done Lake County had a right to expect co operation of Fnlton County In all the past this county hat excelled our neighbors in liberality in this enterprise A better understandingexisting now we goJon In truth there has not been any reg ular effort made in Kentucky in behalf of the levee Surely the town of Hick Ulan and tho laud owners interested can not remain indifferent These bottoms would soon quadruple in population all of which trade is tributary to Hickman to gay nothing of the increased value of lauds Besides with a levee built a railroad into Lake County is a foregone conclusion and this a connection with the Mobile Ohio This new road with tho Iron Mountain and JS C1 St L already secured would be of incalculable benefit If our people fail to co operate the levee will be built across the head of the lake and the railroad go back of us These are the facts of the situation and they can be demon strated io be true or rI c I Building J Material rr r t ROUGH AND DRESSED 1 aBEHI LUMlii IIDoors and Builders and Windows Paints Cement Hardware Shingles Oils etc cii i j iSTDU = CIIEEIWUILrII f 4 Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etcfj fl LL P WS Ellison r y COALAr4W Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attentior ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALS Alex A Faris Son NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons holding claims against the estate of W C Graves deceased are respectfully notified to file same proven as the law requires with the un dersigned on or before the 10th day of Jan 1902 or same will be barred Also anyone indebted to said estate are requested to settle same A A PARIS Admr td ofW C Graves Decd Tiiiuer Here Mr C E Smith the tinner thoroughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Roofing and all lands of Tin Work Give him a call R B BRXYAXB F S MOORE- ATTORNEYATLAW I IUCKXi EXTUCKY Office partner of Judge H F Remley DRS KDAVIDSON DentitHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Cowgilla Drue Store O E EAKER e esPowell Block Clinton St paring purcliwd1 the Grocery Stock or J J C Bomliirint would be pleated to Rare all oldi friends to call Fresh ladsand Choice Basjiin + CITY BARBER SHOPS To my old customers Wo are here to stay Nobody will appreciate you trying barbers R U GALDWELL WILL HOWELL PAIN rsS Al PA1- N1OowgillsAt We have just received a large shipment of Mixed PaintsCollier Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the market Cowgill fir CowgiH- DRUGGISTS r CAR U THE R S BAKERY AND- CONFECTIONERY 1 I t i FflEM BflEAD CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIESf I a STREETtIUC1qAl KENTUCKY Telephone Number 90 t THE KNIGHTS OF HONORAT HEAD St Louis Nov 8 1001 To the Brother Knights of Honor The following statement of the con dition of our Order ou October 31 1901 will encourage you to greater effort to build it up by securing new members Liabilities October 81 1901 Approved claims 143 265000 Unreported claims 84 155500 J420500Assess received by the Supremel Treasurer will pay claimsClaims approvedOctseventeen pays etc 2JJ500Income262OOODeaths Deaths in Oct 222000 Income 2G2OOa Gi4500 787000 614 OO Gain during last three months172500 During the mouth of October the Su preme examiner approved 866 petitions wInch is 116 more than during any pre vious month this years Whether there is a net gain in October cannot bo de termined as reports of suspensions are not all in but if every Lodge did its ute gtlmisThe mouth of November begins en couragingly The Supreme Medical Examiner received 48 and approved U applications on November 4 which is a greater number than on any day since May 000- lleaso give these facts to your mem bers and urge everyone to secure new members for this mouth and for the following months Our order is at the head of Fraternal Societies as to safety andeVethingconservative business man wants who wants honest reliable protection for his family instead of that which is cheap and uncertain Give these facts to the business world and we will soon be at the head of the procession in point of numbers Keep the ball rolling I Let joythatthem to become members of the time tried order Fraternally yours Noatt M GAVIat Supreme Keporter BagiesandHarness EEKEEVESCOHicknaaB KY S j J C S w T- w C J W 7 0 C I u Ee t r tifnC a t tr Ct PL 1 A ttY STATE ODDS AND ENDS byJaV n a 4 cJJo Jo 6 rr CAUSED A SATIONII A Weird Report That Madden Was the Victim of a PoleMoving Trick at Lexington pubtlshed paper that John E Madden had been a vie buyIngnation here Sunday Yorkcitya pubahad used the pole trick to sell Madden Newburgerthat048 that Madden saw the work and paid 2700 for the colt that New burger never won a race and that Madden knew that the hads been moved on him and that he had bought a counterfeit Hinkle said Sunday nightHI sold Newburger to Madden as a 2yearold I received 1500 for him When I worked him Madden was notpresentGus heard of the work and bought him for Madden He Worked n half in 01S and tho time was taken by disinterested parties Newburger never raced to his trials but he has won a race I sold him as ho stood dh1anythingdishonest A DISSENTING OPINION Chief Justice Paynter Gives His Views In Regard to the Ousting of Mr Breckinrldge Frankfort Ky Nov 21The court of appeals decided the Brecklnridge Pratt contest case over the office of at torriiy general of state in favor of Judge Pratt republican nominee and directing the retirement of Breckin ridgeFrankfort Ky Nov 22Chlef Jus tice Paynter of the Kentucky court of appeals Thursday filed a dissenting opinion in the case of Pratt vs Breck inridge decided Wednesday in which some rather strong language is used Ho says the decision ousting Dreckin ridge from the office of attorney gen eral of the state Is far reaching in consequences and effect and unfortunate and that such action as the court has taken serves to bring reproach upon the courts MURDER IN A SALOON At Louisville Dennis Merritt Colored Shot and Killed Richard Jones Also Colored ToHlsYllleT Ky Nov 25 Dennis Merritt a Negro shot and killed Rich ard Jones also colored in a saloon at West and Madison streets Sunday ev ening They got into air argument about a woman Shortly after the murder Chas Ew ing and Will Kennedy both colored fought a pistol duel near the scene or the murder A woman was hit by a stray bullet Ewing accused Kennedy of stealing a scarfpln from the body of the murdered Negro and both men drew their weapons HE RESISTED ARREST John Siegel of Louisville Died as the Result of Blows on the Head Delivered By a Policeman Louisville Ky Nov 23John Sie gel died Friday as the result of blows on the head delivered by Patrolman Paul Bronger while Siegel was resist ing arrest Thursday afternoon Bron p ger claimed that he was forced to strike Siegel several times in selfde fense He states that Siegel had a drawn knife in his hand when he was struck Bronger was presented in police court Friday morning and his case was continued Brood Mare Sold Lexington Ky Nov 22H B Dur ham acting it is siiiiposod for the Oneck stable of New York has bought of Baker Gentry the well known brood mare Yirgie Johnson 12 years old by Ills Johnson dam Lady Virgil She is the dam of Little Veronica Juan Raphael and Lily Hammer ton The price paid was about 1200 Victory For the Investment Companies Lexington Ky Nov 22Seven suits filed by separate parties and ago gregating 200 against two local Investment companies were decided in favor of the companies Thursday The complainants charged the companies with being lotteries a The Floaters Identity Henderson Ky Nov 23The floater found In the Ohio river two miles above tills city November 9 is now be Moved to be tha body of Frank Dahl ffrciU a tailor who disappeared from Clarksville Tenn in October The ldy may be exhumed John M Morgan Dead Mayking Ky Nov 23John M Morgan aged 59 years a wealthy pen 1 1stoner of Potters Fork and a relative of Gen John H Morgan the famous raider died here His son Wm M Morgan resides at Frisco O T and i is a wealthy land owner For a State Fair Louisville Ky Nov 22The Ken tacky Lire Stock Breeders associa jt tion has decided to ask the legislature for a =15000 appropriation for a state r rah Jo bee held here during the week f Sfintpimbftr 22 y + I Y- TM THING OF THE PAST IAThe Famous Union Camp Located South of Nortonville Ky Broken Up By the Militia Madispnville Ky Nov 25The fa mous and much talked of union camp that has been located about a quarter of a mile south of Nortonville in the southern part of this county is a thing of the past and Sunday night there was but little left to mark the rendezvous of the lawless gang which has given the state and county authori ties so much trouble for the past two monthsAll the campers on whom the sun rose Sunday morning with the ex ception of a very few who escaped the clutches of the law are prisoners behind the bars of the county jail charg ed by County Judge Hall with a breach of the peace unlawfully assembling and banding together thereby mak ing the camp a menace and terror to the peace RAILROAD TERMINAL FACILITIES Wm K Vanderbilt W H Newman M E Ingalls and C E Schaff in Louis I ville on An Inspection Tour Louisville Ky Nov 2Wm K Vandelbilt W H Newman president of the New York Central Hudson River railroad toE Ingalls presi dent and C E Sehaff general man ager of the Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis railway were iu Louisville Thursday afternoon In specting the railroads terminal prop erties The officials are on their an nual inspection tour which began at I Cleveland Wednesday afternoon At 8 p m a special train took the party to St Lout by the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern Friday mornim the terminals at St Louis will be in iipiCted and in tho afternoon the party wilt go to Indianapolis and thence to Chicago FATALLY SHOT HIM James Claxton Objected to John Pea vin Websters Interference With His Troubles W1l1inm town Ky Nov 25Jolm Peavin Webster died at Ellistou Sun day morning from a gunshot wound inflicted by James Claxton Thursday night The two were at a dance when Claxton began flourishing two bfg pis tols He threatened to shoot a by stander against whom he had a grudge and Webster interceded get ting one of tho guns from him Clax ton turned on Webster and fired three shots two going wild the third strik ing Webster in the stomach and passing through his body There had been no previous trouble between the men and they had been good firends Both were married WILL SOON BE IN OPERATION The Georgetown Lexington Traction Co Now Constructing Tracks In creases Its Capital Stock Lexington Ky Nov 23 Amended articles of incorporation were filed by the Georgetown Lexington Traction Co now constructing tracks increas ing the capital stock from 5000 to 25pOOO and grant the right to con struct a power plant car barns etc and maintain telephone or telegraph line along the road The road will be in operation by January Bees in a Cliff Petersburg Ky Nov 23ln an opening In one of the large overhang ing cliffs at the mouth of Woolper creel and over 100 feet from the ground and so steep that no one has over been able to reach it is a swarm of bees that has been domiciled there for a number bf years This season they have filled the inside of the cavern and oil the outside hanging to the I columnIthis huge rock the sweets has run almost to the ground Quinns Death Warrant Signed Frankfort Ky Nov 22Coy Beck i ham Thursday signed the death war- rantj of Reuben Quinn of Boyle county who killed Policeman John Crum at Danville and ordered that he be exe cuted on Iriday December 20 Crum attempted to arrest Quinn without a warrant on a charge of operating a blind tiger He Takes His Meals Standing Vine Grove Ky Nov 23Miss Cle era Cox a pretty school warm has been held over to the grant jury by I Magistrate Hill for chastising too ee j youngsiter sented visible marks of the teachers vigorous hiding He takes his meals standing Savings Bank to Liquidate Lexington Ky Nov 25The stock holders of the Union savings bank capital 15000 at a meeting Sunday decided to go into liquidation It is said that depositors will be paid in full Insufficient revenue caused the I suspension I 1I FailedIHopkinsville Ky Nov 25B M Perkins dealer in general merchlndlse at Fairview made an assignment to B N Gordon Liabilities 4000 due Louisville merchants assets stock jI I valued at 2500 and K 1 0 1hEsdfltifi Y prod1dion of a laxative of known value and distinctive action is rapidly growing in public favor along with the many other material improvements of the age The many who ay a wsil informed must understand quite clearly that in order to meet the above conditions a laxative should be wholly free from every objectionable quality or substance with its component parts simple andwholesome ands it should act pleasantly and gently without disturbing the natural functions in anyway The laxative which fufils most perfectly the requirements in the highest degree is Syrupof Figs The sale of millions of bottles annually for many years past and the universal satisfaction which it has given confirm the claim we make that it possesses the qualities which commend it to public favor THE MARKETS Cincinnati Nov 23 CATTLE Common 2 25 cL 3 15 Choice butchers 515 5 75 CALVES Extra 5 50 5 75 HOGSSelect shlprs 5 80 Mixed packers 510 Q 5 CO SHEEPExtra 2 80 i 2 3- 5LAMBSextra 4 00 4 15 IOCltSpring pnt 3 SO L 10t WHEATNo2 red w 77 CORNNo Hi mixed GG OATS No 2 mixed fit 4- 5RYENo2 62 HAYCh timothy ClJ13 60 LARD Steam I 50 PORK Family l15 00 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 try 15 Choice creamery 2G A IPLKS hoice 4 50 It j lit POTATOES 2 75 2 85 Sweet Potatoes 2 10 2 25 TOKALLO New S3 tri 10 75 Old 12 25 ci120 Chlcngu- FLOUlllVin patent 3 50 ci 3 6- 0WHEATNo2 red 74 fgl 75 No 3 spring 70 p 7UYi CORN No 2 C 6- 1OATSNo2 42i P 4- 3RYlNo2 60 l 61 PORK Mees 11W ti M 35 LARD Stam b 75 i S 77- Vciv VorU FLOUR Win imtont 8 CO 3 90 WHEATNo 2 red 82h CORN No 2 mixed yy GS rs OATS No 2 mixed 471 RYE Western Q 650J PORK Family 1C 50 17 00 LARD Steam U 12- iitiiliiiliorc WHEAT No 2 red 75475rSouthern 73 S 7G CORN No 2 mixed G5tit 05 OATS No 2 nixed 05 dt 654 CATTLE Butchers 5 00 Q 5 35 HOGSWestern C 20 Q 5 35 IOIliKVlllc WHEAT No 2 red 74 CORNNo 2 mixed g 07y OATS No 2 mixed 46 PORK Mess cf 14 50 LARDSteam 8 87 Illl1lIIIIIloH ACOHNNoOATSNo2 mixed 42 t 421 t 11 I slingteSloinaclhsanitBolfe AegetatllePreparalionforAs II t f f InessIa OpiumMorpliine noril1eralrt Nor NARC OTIC Apeect Remedy forConslipa StotnachDiarrhoealYormsConvulsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP PacSinule Signature I aM orINEW YORK lEXACT COPY OP WRAPPER J u == =lV liata t tier Tbc cajiiiiiii ofa dog + tcvu Snlvatioi Army corps noticed1 L c ot Jor ilay that nun of the must zealous vumen oj hit sloes had been ahsi t trmu u cetiigcveral times in succession Ho rent her a note oi in quiry and received in reply tic following patlictie letter Den Cnptin It aint no Sjiirrital trou bleprnrec goo Im all right trorc hat its bemus 1 got a bad told S my Noe run Sow thaiut no use goin to meeting and praying when your Nose runs aidiH i1s all youre enjoyment So Glury to Sod C00l lJyeV V Time Doesnt Suit n White Vest The Lacka wanna route from New York to Itafialo and the Yest has been making tho announcement lift one might travel the whole length of its road and not soil n white vet The writer tried tins tlc otbfcr ilgy and sure cnougii the trip on tie Lack wanna Liauted tell his linen in bet tor condition than it would 1 have been after si dayS running ah out in tile city The vase suchservice to ladies is obvious This unique service w iraile ltosible be cause lmrdcoal i iI exclusively in the pncnger twrvire It is unless to speak of tile scenery of tic mountain as we traverse them all day such a relief from the dull iljenotoiiy of the flat country and its worn aonio s+ sameness Its tie luxury of travel Tile JJvnngclUt r i jUAh tual111enthrtt Can lie ookakfod tilt jr praetor oft lt8lUalirant k2eclJoed the atr who Wni root Dt ro friend out of a jjb fan he cook sttuabpiesuuc Persons contemplating a journey East or paidfOrb charged the Nickel Plate hones This tom xtn ana s ofers lowest rotes and the service iI cllicieiit Careful at tention is given to tine wants of all first and second class pat engers by uniformed colored attendants The dining car service of the Nickel Plate Hood is above criticism and enables the traveler to obtain moots at from thirtyfive 35 cents to 100 but no higher Tne Pullman service is the usual high graJe standard Semiweekly transconti nental tourist cars ply between Atlantic anti Pacific Coasts Confer with nearest agcat of the Nickel Plate load One Good Femurs foJeSo you dont like these Wagner eon tnBeWell featureIllompanimentj t Il CASTORIA FOlInfantstnd Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtt t Bears the Signatureof In- Use for OverI Thirty Year- sCASTORIA rHc CHrrauf COMPANY t WYNCITY 1 Its fce1krtce5s t thetcombination and also to the method of manu FigSyrupperfectto the ideal home laxative In order to e- tits5erefici11 fkcts always buy the genuine and note the fullname of the CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co printedon the front of every package In the process manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most benefic- iallyF6RMIAf1ISYRJ7P Sarv Frar cisco Cal1 LoxiisvilleKy N ew YorkNY For sale by all druffcists Price fifty cents per bottle 9 oUNI0l10MADEo Wii z I n0UGzrz5500Eet IN OlIn 6S0LD stOnES r s rlfS+4 w L Douglas 8500 I DoEqualed aCxtaryJKUCUS 53ro and aw shuts fTItvle comfort and wear Its tzcolletan ohermak soldattluvo Iii nrlces ThU ezccllrat reputation i tubettertllcct1on vas been won by merit aloac W L lo Ji InndI ers used in S50O and SGOO shoes andaro Just as good In every way jnttuwnI HOES t SOl BY OVER 5000DEAlERS Y J alwayskeenwearer receives moro value tot DouglastOOandf act esew ore 1t L ionrt e anyZDIadatthorrrldFlat nlIIwith suns and pries iticped o5Lottom til10es ccnt any fpwlcroonrecelptofones ty I andS cents additional for err offnnhnIsireduanallywon p1UnEor rap toe n medium or light soles Hold y d3 IttugU Itrca m ArIan cltln KlUnjc duet irera Urtoiy tow =rat ouo prost end UM beJ t tttoo t1errrRhrr Citato O Free W L l OKTai AS Ttrnrklon 51st + WHAR DEW I CUM INH Being the Soliloquy of a Partner on tilt Free Raw Sugar Question Thars a mighty lot er talkin about farmers n thar rights N the wonderful prosperity thet beet growin invites Thars er heap of foolish crowtu n the beats begin ter shout N holler fer the Tariff ter keep free raw sugar out But I notis thct the bcetproducm farms are very few An the farmers through the country aint sot much cf it ter dev The hull land aint araisin beets n aint groin ter begin Beet growins right fer sum I guess but whar dew Icum in The farmer gits four dollars now fer every ton o beeb A hansum price I must allowbut hidin sum deceitsvBeet sugar tuanyfacterers admit es they hev found diet granylatcrt costs em sumthm like tow cents a pound In fact thet leaves a profit ou which theyd greatly thrive Andif it kin be sold fer three why should we pay tern 1 IVEJIt seems ter me es thets a game thets mighty like a skin nutif thars any benefit waal whar dew Icum in When Uncle Sams in want o cash were glad ter help him out N well stand all the taxes thet are needed never doubt But when his pocketbooks well lined an nary cent helacks Et seems tcr me his dutys ter repeal thet sugar tax Them fellers wot is interested sez its to protectaThe bectproducm farmer thet the duty they collect But I guess thet explanation es a little bit too thin The sugar makerlles all rightbutwhar dew ve cum in Take off raw sugar duty an the price will quickly fall To everybodys benefit fer sugars used by all iJin1 The poor will bless the Government thet placed it m tine reach N millions of our citizens free sugar now beseech t s The dealer 11 be delightedless expenditure fer him More demand fn bigger profitswhich at present are but slim An the farmer II be as well paid as he ever yet lies ben But hell buy his sugar cheaper thets whar he an Ill cum in Now whars the sense er reason of the sugar tax today When our treasurys abulgin an we hey no debts ter pay The duty on raw sugars Fifty million every year An the peoples got ter pay itthets a fact thets very clear Fifty million I Great Jerusha 1 Ter protect beet magnates too Why should they tax ALL the people just terhelp a scattered FEWt And the FEW Beetsugar MAKERS 1 Dont it really seem a sin Titus ter help an fill thar coffers Whar dew you an I cum in 1 The farmer growin beets hes got a contract price fcryearsr Free raw sugar wouldnt hurt him an of it he has no fears But mebbe like myselfhes also growing fruit so nicer r r Tel preserve itat a profit he needs sugar at aj ricef The repealing of the duty surely cuts the price in two 4 Thetll make a mighty difference neighbor both ter me an you I Let the sugar manyfactrer make such profits as he kin y him it may seem right enuffbut whar dew I cum in TAn 1a I aint agoin ter swaller all the argyments they shout i Thet the farmers need protection an must bar raw sugar out Common sense is plainly showin that the people in the land Want raw sugar free in futurean its freedom will demand f Tis a tax no longer neededhateful to the public view t Taxing millions of our people to enrich a favored few They cant blind me any longer with the foolish yarns they spin White theyre busy makin moneywhar dew you and I cum in y Im agoin tet keep on husUin talkin pleadin with myfrendsdct Aint no sense in lettin others gain thar selfish privet ends Im agoin ter write termorrer to my Congressman nd say kP Thet he oughter do his best ter kill that tax without delay I Fellerfarmers do your utmost whether you grow beets or got i- To repeal the tax on sugaryou can but Improve yourlot 1l Cheaper sugar helps your pocket greater blessings you can win 4 When weve three cent ranI1tedthats whar you an I cam in j I A N KS 1893 WHET WBtTIIQTO ABvERTlaxla i1w MCMUen thte paper y ilJ r dad y 1- IcIl A a t P+ rr The Hickman Courier GEORGE wAnnE Publisher nAa j1 CURRENT TOPICS r Do of f T nLangtrywill not appear in London until after Easter A Tbe Brazilian congress has voted rti0o0 to M EantosDumont A womans club is soon to be opened on a large scale in New York Petrified tropical fruits have been found4 it80me Spitzberger coal b A Shickslilnny Pa man claims to bare discovered perpetual motion There Is a herd of elk in JJoutt county C TolI numbering nearly 500 1nitedStatesA worth on the farm 90811107 1 Eugene Garsey of Sioux City Mo KS years ohio is cutting his third set of s teeth All persons found playing cards in railway cars in Russia are subject to heavy penalties If the surface of the globe were per fectly level water would cover lt to the dept of two miles f Vienna has a school for waiters with a three years course Among the sub- Jects taught is French The river Dee in Scotland has had more poems written in its honor than any other stream in the British Isles Italy owns the three largest church os in tho world SL Peters Rome the Duomo Milan and St Pauls at nome Pupils In the schools of Saxony are required to commit to memory 291 bi bUrnI verses and 198 verses of hymns In addition to the catechism At Eucla in Australia a subter Ii ranean lake has been found at a depth of 300 feet with a comparatively In exhaustible supply of water Tho lowest tide in any largo sea is Jn therMediterranean At Toulon there is about nine inches which is the average for the whole Medlter Janean B Eldredge the millionaire sewing fcnacbino manufacturer of Belvidere 111 owns a rare variety of carnation producing a single blocm for which he paid 1750- Manchuria of which we get flashes of news Is a level well watered dense ly crowded region in tho highest state of cultivation with scarcely an acre not planted and hand cultivated + Competitive hunting is still indulged In ic the Southern Adirondaks At u recent meeting In BoonvHie an organization of sportsmen was formed with the object of promoting the sport It Is related of Hall Caine the nov elist that he once worked In the Laxey lead mines in the Manx mountains in place of a young man who was ill to keep the young fellows position for him The marigold is a little weather i prophet It tile day Jsgohis to beTTHcw the flower opens about 5 or C oclock In the morning but if wet weather Is in store the marigold does not open at all Four hundred thousand barrels of apples worth 1000000 were received In tho St Louis market during Octo 1 her of this year to the further fame and greater glory of Missouris big red apple The trade and wealth of Canada are Increasing far more rapidly than its population With only onefifteenth of tho population Canada has a trade of more than one siMh of tbat of the United States It was William Pitt who originated the income tax in Great Britain in 1798 as a war tax The Napoleonic wars were fought with it From that time to this it has been the resort of alll ministries to meet war expenditures- A boat carrying six persons has been towed on the Mozelle by a Malay kite six and onehalf feet long Headway was made against a somewhat rapid current and the traction could have been increased by adding more kite It A novel suggestin for starting deli rote plants has been made known by a French gardener He sets the seed tIn some earth laid In half an egg shell Instead of a little pot the shell which has a small hole in it to permit of draining Is placed In a box of damp mold When the time arrves for transplanting all that need to be done Is to break tho shell The attempt Is being made on some western game preserves to plant the wild turkey The birds are trapped and their wings are clipped Some times they are allowed to breed wit tame birds The young then show less Inclination to wander but are not so good for purposes of sport and lad the delightful flavor for which th wild ancestor is famous Tho chameleon spider is one of those spiders which do not spin webs It sits among the yellow petals of the blackeyed daisy with which it is very much alike in color and when a but terfly flits along springs out and seizes It with a hound like that of aUger Thus the stock of butterflies whos caterpillars are ruinous to orchard- and gardens Is kept down The government obtains about one half Its revenue by taxes upon whisky beer tobacco and cigars and other forms of internal taxes and the other 5 half upon taxes that are levied up en goods Imported Into the country Prof Loeffler of Grplfswald serious ly discussed In the Frednau Medicalt Weekly the possibility of curing cancer t flL blood from sufferers from malaria He advocates universal trials of this method in all hospitals The idea iis sot new Prof Trirka of Hungary raving remarked as far back as 1775 the total freedom from cancer of ma tarla Infected districts y ir- r THE INDIAN UESTION Policy That Will Saute the Matter Within a Generation Enforce on Him the Realization of the Dignity of Labor and the Impor tance of Building and Maintaining a Home Washington Nov 23A policy which it is contended will settle the entire Indian question within a generation Is announced by Commissioner of Indian Affairs William A Jones In his annual report made public FrI day His plan is to give the Indian opportunity for selfsupport Ute same protection oC his person and property as is given others throw him upon his resources and to enforce on him realization of the dignity of labor and the Importance of building and main taming a home for himself Mr Jones says that at the outset the Indian must have aid and instruction and necessaries will doubtless have to be furnished him until his labor become- productive Until the Indian has become a part of toe community in which he lives day schools the commission er says should be established at con venh nt places where the Indian may lear + enough for ordinary business transactions The key to the whbloI situation the commissioner suggests is the home The larger and more povcrful tribes he added are located In an arid region on unproductiv- reservations often in a rigorous climate where there Is no chance to make even a living In these case- something should be done quickly toward placing these Indians in a post tion where they can support themselves Commissioner Jones says the cut ting off of rations from all Indians ex cept those who are Incapacitated from earning support shows very gratify- Ing results and If followed up will1 lead to the abolition of the reservation and the absorption of the Indian fat our body politic He makes the em phatlc statement that the present Indian educational system taken as a whole is not called to produce the re suits that were anticipated so hope fully and may be added to the obsta cles to independence and selfsuppor- under which class Mr Jones has places indiscriminate issue of rations pertw odical distribution of large sums of money and the general leasing of al lotments In the last 33 years the report says over 240000000 has been spent onan Indian population not ex ceeding 180000 Notwithstanding this the Indian is still on his reservation being fed money is still being paid him he is still dependent on the gov ernment for existence and he is little if any nearer the goal of Independence than he was 30 years ago and if the present policy is continued he will ge little it any nearer in 30 years t come1r1 0 t AN IMPORTANT ARREST Leads to the Recovery of a Large Amount of Goods Stolen in Several Different States Carbondale Ill Nov 23An arrest t made in this city has led to the recov ery of a large amount of met chandise supposed to be the plunder of burglaries committed in Illinois Kentucky Tennessee and Missourii On the premises of Harry Kelly in thia city was found clothing stolen from Martin Tenn jewelry from Schell City Mo revolvers and cutlery from Wickliffe Ky and goods readily Iden tilled by merchants of this city A conservative estimate places the value of the plunder recovered at several thousand dollars A BIG SALE OF LAND A Syndicate Purchases 29 Townships- of Land in Assene oia From the Canadian Pacific Railway Minneapolis Minn Nov 23 Th Canadian Pacific road and the Canada a Northwest Land Co have just sold 29 townships of land comprising 200000 acres to a syndicate The land is iin the province of Asseneboia near the American boundary line along the inne of the SQO Pacific road The syndiI cate will put it on the market at once No price is stated Joseph Chamberlains Health London Nov 23The friends of J seph Chamberlain the colonial secre cohcerned with regard to his health Di Chamberlain wrote the prizetsaleeIt is absolutely necessary for me to confine myself to public work Cruising on the Potomac Washington Nov 23 President and Mrs Roosevelt accompanied by their children left here on tho yacht Slyph fqr a brief cruise down the P 2ewenst the yacht The president and his family will be gone a day or two ChicagoWashington y accepted an invitation of the Hamil1tie guesthonor ot e future date The invitation was ten dered the admiral by Mr Edwin A Munger president of the club New Chief of Ordnance Washington Nov 23rho pros 1 dent appointed Wm Crazier to be chief of ordnance with the rank of brigadier general James Miller to be Hugginstos MARCHING ON PANAMA f i The Liberal Leader Gen tugoWUh a Force of 1000 Men Expetcdd to Attark the CityrColon Colombia Nov 23Thelat est obtainable effectthatar- rived miles at Empire Station distant about rorcelsaidals are gnfnln and arming many emits along the entire lengthi o railroad and now control the Une upto ama An attack on that city is expected momentarily and much uneasi lelderDomingoarrive at Colonfit Vonturncoast about 100 miles south of Panama has been taken by the liberals 5lackingMarines propertS9tthewa will land forces at Panama when the necessity arises givensduty en goods disembarked at Colon willjhenceforth he 10 per cent not 20 per cent as formerly All the stores In Colon are open and business has been resumed The Colombian gunboat Gen Pin zon Is believed to be along the coaft somewhere near Colon as when sHe ileft here sho was short of coal receivee Steamship sail Rail road Co from their agents at Colon stated that all was quiet and tspassed the steamers ihad returned to port having ridden out the storm without accidentoThe officials of the company fear that if Gen Alban after the fight at Cherrera attempts to retake Colon tthe place is likely to be burned anti jproperty worth millions destroyed They say that during the insurrection 1of a dozen years ago the liberals and antioa the place walr i burnedOn occasion CapL McCall then commanding the United States warship Colon was asked to land his marines to protect the property of ADler jl histon shipboard but while they were dining the town as set on fire and property worth 5 000000 destroyed Men from the Machias aro now guarding property of Amoricansat Colon V POLISH CHILDREN FLOGGED Prussian Schoolmasters Whip Them For Refusing to Learn Catechism and Prayers in German s nt dpsa tllsjiatchfrom Cracow to the Daily Mail of wholesale flogging of Polish children by Prussian schoolmasters for refusing to learn the catechism and payers in German at Wrzesnia Such S moral flogging nearly produced a riot The parents and relatives as sembled In front of the school and via lonely denounced the authorities Many persons were arrested on the charge of insulting government offi class and sentenced to imprisonment for periods ranging from a month t two ears and to be put in chains OUR LEGATION AT PEKING Congress Will Have to Increase the Fund of 40000 For a Legation Building T ere Washington Nov 23There Is no danger that the United States lega tion at raking will be evicted by th Koreans Already the United States government possesses a considerable tract of land In Poling in the generalI legation compound This is partly en closed The fund of 40000 approprii acqufremonebuilding ui have to be increased but the new Jo gallon building doubtless will be read by the time our lease expires on the present quarters Recruiting For the Navy Chicago Nov 22 Orders were ro ceivod Thursday by Commander C P Perkins United States naval recruiting station to enlist 50 landsmen foi Uniteoi States training ship Pensacola and St transfeni Sarn numbhet yearssol aye Steamer Banrigh Released London Nov 23The steamer Ban riglv whicl was detained here this week by the British authorities on the suspicion of being a Boer fiilibuster has been released and will lproceed to vesselss 1crew is authority for the statement that the Banrigh will then proceed to Colon where she will be used by the Colombian government as a gunboat Cut His Throat Charleston V+ r Va Nov 23 Sa Pierson who was convicted of th murder of James Dawson at Elkhurst about a year ago and sentenced to life imprisonment attempted to end his life by cutting his throat PhysiI clans say he can not live Conspiracy Nipped in the Bud Johannesburg Nov 23 Ltoth thebudat midnight Tuesday in houses in vali jus parts of Johannesburg A Kahn tl jensatlon followed DEAnIIND A GOLD MINE TwentyFive Miners Suffocated at Telluride Col Several Members of the Rescuing Party Overcome in Their Efforts to Bring Out ther Dead Bodies Telluride Col Nov 21Dy a fire 1in the Bullion tunnel belonging to the Smuggler Union Mining Co proBably 29 lives were lost Wednesday Seven teen bodies have been recovered There which Is Known to have been ac cidental started Wednesday morning in the buildings at the mouth of the tunnel At this point is located the upper terminal of the tramway to the companys new mill at Pandora and it was in the bunk house attached that the fire first started From this it spread to the terminal station which with its ore bins and machinery is amass of ruins The day shift of 200 men had entered the mine and reached their sta Lions when the fire broke out The tunnel acted as a flue and a great volume of smoke poured in and tilled the slopes Denver Col Nov 22A special to the Post says Up to 2 p m 23 bodies all told have been recovers At 2 oclock an attempt was made to enter the ninth level but on account of the density of the smoke it was impossible to do so It is stated by one of the officers of the company that there are only three or four men missing and j hat the total number of dead will not exceed 25- Telluride Col Nov 23The work f recovering the bodies of the vie tints of the disaster in the Smuggler Union mine progressed slowly until Friday the last body was brought to the surface It was that df John Ne vela and was found in one of the slopes of the seventh level The death list now numbers 25 the brave engineer who sacrificed himself in an effort to rescue his comrades having died Friday afternoon t The responsibility for the disaster has not yet been fixed and no one at Telluride is being blamed- It is said that the company will close its mine for about 30 days luring l which time the workings which were damaged to tho extent of 50 000 will be repaired and will then re open with a force of between 700 and 1040 men THE ABDUCTED MISS STONE Diplomatic Agent Dickinson Goes to Constantinople to Confer With Secretary Spencer Eddy Sofia Nov 23Mr Dickinson the diplomatic agent here of the United States started for Constantinople oroto iconferINwlthiiS ilonciir Eddy secretary of the United States legation as to the best means of hasten ing a solution in the deadlock which has arisen in the negotiations over the release of Miss Stone Mr Dickinson will probably return here bringing with him cash with which to pay Miss Stones ransom as her kidnapers insist that this pay ment be made in Turkish gold According to the statement of a person who arrived from DUbnltza the villageonear Dubnitza to a point near the frontier and Miss Stone got wet while crossing the river Struma London Nov 25Mr Dickinson has received no reply from the bri gands to his ultimatum says a dis patch from Sofia to the Daily Tele graph The brigands threaten to kill Miss Stone unless the full ransom is paid by January 1 eHIS LIFE EBBING AWAY Martin Hogan Irish Patriot Who Was Rescued From Van Diemans Land Is Dying Chicago Nov 25 Martin Hogan itan Irish patriot who was rescued from Van Diemans land Australia In 1S09 by a ship sent out for that purpose is dying at the county hospital He is one of the seven mon convicted with John Boyle OReilly in 1866 of trea son against the British government and sentenced to be shot The sentence was commuted to Ufo imprisonment and afterward reduced to 20 years of penal servitude With OReilly he was confined in various English prisons until IS 67 when he with his companions was banished to Van Diemans Land the English penal colony in Western Australia Lows Majority in Manhattan New York Nov 23Mayorelect Lows majority over Tammanys can didate Edward M Shepard in the bor ough of Manhattan old New York and the Bronx was 5667 votes Count Von Hatrfeldt Dead Berlin Nov 23Count Von Hate feldt late German ambassador at Lon don died Friday morning He resign ed ambassadorship October 16 last The count was born in 1831 Christmas Presents secrem etaty of war has directed that the or der granting free admission of Christ mas presents to the Philippines and Cuba shall extend only to the officers and men and civilian employ of iho army and navy but not to thefcIriUan employes of the civil government erBig Land Deal Closed Roanoke Va Nov lA deaUfor 58825 acres of land in Logan county West Virginia was closed Wednesday for an English syndicate The price was said to be 800000 r CHINAMAN GAVE UP HIS SEAT A ir athen Canrtrmr to Tired Woman Wltlle Chrltlan It e ninlned Seated A Columbia avenue car with a good crowdaboard was wending Its way up Ninth street late one Saturday evening Only n few of the gentler sex were on the car anti these had seats Among the seated passengers were two severe looking clergymen several prosperous business men and a docile Chinaman who carried a large bundle on his knees At Arch street a middle nged woman who curried a small valise got on the car It jolted along and the slender tiredlooking woman glanced around appealingly for a sent She stood close to where the two ministers sat and her face wore an expression of pain as the car rattled along and she clutched nervously at the handstrap The Chinaman rose from his scat and holding his henry bundle with his left hand tapped the woman with his right hand gently and motioned her to the scat life had vacated She ac cepted the favor with u smile and a gracious Thank you sir All the men seated in the car stared at each other as if each of them had received a rebuke That Chinee is all right remarked the conductor according to the Phil adelplua Record lies a good sam ple of those supposed barbarians we ore endeavoring so hard to civilize HE WANTED A BEAR But AVJicn lie Met One Knee to Face He Forgot What lie Wn Out After The sickest man I ever took Into the woods said an Adirondack guide near North Ortiek r ll1tcsthett New York Times was a lawyer who came in from Buffalo last fall to kill a bear lie said he was going to kill one it it took nil srason He wanted n rug of tits oupi killing for his of fice lie stahl in the woods threti weeks and wouldnt look at deer or small game Finally ho had to go home lie sent hits stuff out to the railroad by team and wanted out himself saving that would be his t last chance at a boar i Sure enough lievect around a bigi rock anti met a bear face to face in the trail lie forgot what he was after forgot lie hnd been hunting three weeks for this very animal for got that he wanted a rug for his of flee and oven forgot that he hadagun He turned and sprinted in the i direction from which be came till it all came war him that that bear was lust what he wanted Then he stopped went had and srw from the tracks that the boar had gone a good deal faster than he dill and in the opposite direction Uoirijr IayI- le is dying very wittily observed the prospeytivc P suffererSoI J going nah Halfi7ni AmrrVnn it Cut this and send to the GIVEN BY COUPON THIS TO CERTIFY Unit have of mf male buring friend Includ nil inuiie whono mcI vend you herewith paper wbo woulll glad recrlTe your tiew CatalolrUO Yo 21its For my In the mattor thoTWOstlrae Jobnrong Saetlme larch ectheartsTrueValet Love and Waltz My Yen Seng The Fatmt Sorg n ijaato Mqumt orim 10I St Jacolla 011 for CbeitCollj iiccbltl Croup and Pleurisy An outward application for bronchial djf effectivethan 1 throughtotliadheringSt Jacobs Oil possessing as it does those ittoexpectoration Cases have beeaTkaawn enminetlnftr asthewhere the adhesions bad been removed or irritationthe bronchae is quickly removed by the I JaISt Jneobs Oil is for sale throughout the cosoru cramppleurisystiffness bruises toothachehead ache backache fcetachc pains in the chest pans in the pains In the shoulder pains in the limbs and all bodily and magicSafec1VerywhisperedSweetheart arc the dearest thing on earth to Which was quite true for what with box suppers and carnations and chocolates salarySanRest for the Rowel No matter what ails you headache o a yourlJowelscure you without gripe or easy natural movements cost you 10 backCasatretsCCdampcdfitrr Ioctc will admit that man is the most sensible of all animals r HtaellI admit that he thinks he is It n for that reason it is easy fora woman tj make fool of him Boston limes Istopt the iiiiKh mill AVorlCB tOfT Cite ColctrLaxative Bronio QuiniticTablcts Price 2 1 fool hen notion lo arcattiftitt ton the same plan Ihungo Daily News y There is no trick in dyeing you cm Ito it jut as well as anyone no PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Railing the goods for half an hour is aU there to itt Sold by druggists lOc package The Girl who prides herself on her srlf iwsst sioii is uuly the gin to yield it oft first sinark when the right Jtiau oaks for Town l pin I do IjclMre rrptloneoitlsluhn FlomOld all is net pitiful when It those who reach it the ur ofa whipiid dug Atdlk Glule The of Pneumonia maybe warded nl with Ilale of Horehound and Tir Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one miitu engttineSaCt1Hag The one prudence of life is concentration I1t1 Miss Lillie SouthbEnd Society of Christian Endeavor 3 141 Michigan Ave Chicago 111 Cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound U DEAR MKS FINKIIAM When life looked brightest to nib r 41tImy good spirits I spent money doctoring without any helrwhoa a UaEPillldlanlst11atA nothingwould satisfy her until I for bottle I hays thanked her a hundred times for since for it brought blessed health tomeand cured me within seven weeks V I now wish to thank you your medicine is friend to suffering omenLlLLIE DECENKOLBE i E1YJlcn 1 painfulmenstruation r ajdislacemcl1t cbcbloatillgprostration1 tallgoneihtheyEPinlhamstroublesRefuseyou Mrs Pinlclmm adviceSheLynn Mass oMt mclltNOAvenueieyFREE MUSIC UNLESS ACCOMPANIED THIS IS I spoken 19 muticIOTing I teacher jon ft eeparateaheetof bo t trouble J S Friendship RoarsonB- ecause m taJf Q soreness J hack aches melV w a pain produce just IleYou so a AVhon a takes a 04 iCYOU ii u i l I i I i n gives Honey r z sent a r a r to 1 It f PILESBREECH BREECHlOADING lOADINGI DoaMj 9 s GUNS AII1KESISjtlvesI In c- re tier and POSITIVE LYCURIs PJ1EM or free tamtiin adores XAKilsrrinno bulldiiic Men York IFISHTACKLE I I ImbAJlrBtstIn time Sold by draecUts w if YT 4 F 4 r I MORELIYESVIENiOUTSearclliii tas wine Overcome by Damp Superintenda Strte Mine Inspector Pries and His Sub Inapector ttluefield W Va Nov 25Tho dead bodies of the lost party of eight tve11 known mining men who entered west mine of the Pocahontas Collieries Co on Friday morning last at 11 oclock were recovered at 1245 oclock Sunday At 7 oclock Sunday morn ing a rescuing party numbering 40 persons entered the main entrance latticing the mine as they went In order to improve the circulation of the air They had advanced a distance of 3500 feet from the entrance when they encountered such quantities of white damp that it was impossible to proceed further Retracing their steps they decided to make another attempt from the Tub river entrance some six miles acrcss the Flat Toy mountain They went In this entrance about 1030 oclock and after going a distance of some COO feet found the dead bodies of A S Hurst chief inspector Bob Odbam subinspector and Franzler C Belt mining engineer all huddled together From their positions they must have met death suddenly and without pain All of them were lying face down with no sign ot a strug gle The bodies of the other five mom bers of the party Superintendent of Mines Walter OMaley Joseph Card well superintendent of the Shamokin Coal and Coke Co It E St Clair sec and assistant Inspector State Mine In poctort Price and Maurice St Clair snb inspector were found several hun dyed lfeint back in the mine Tie bod ies of OMaley Maurice St Cair and Price Avrre discolorod and bruised about the face showing signs of a struggleIt by members of fthe rescu lug party that Hurst Boll ar d Odham would hardly have lost their ihcs but for the fact that they lost their way entering a chamber 150 feet to the left or hoer one of the passages from the Baby mine in which the deadly white damp had accumulated in great quan titiesI The bodies were brought down from the mines In four svugoas reaching the Iocahontas wholesale grocery house at about 6 p m where they were pre pared for burial The bodies are very much swollen and having been at taeltod by mine rats present a grew some spectacle wrfThojfcfire is still burning in Baby mine and tho mine officials seem at a loss to understand how it will be finally extinguished Tho only way it is believed is by flooding This will bo an enormous undertaking as the mine is a drift mine Mine experts claim there Is great danger of an ex plosion by flooding the mine for when the water comes Jn contact with the tire the generation of gas will be so great as to possibly blow away tho whole side of the mountain XPRESIDENT CLEVELAND tits Condition Very Much Improved and it IIs Believed He Will Recover in a Few Days Princeton N J Nov 25Tho con dition of exPresident Cleveland who ih suffering with a cold Is very much improved Dr Wikoff his physician gave out the following statement for publication Sunday night Mr Cleveland Is getting along very nicely and to all appearances is en 11 rely out of danger lIe passed a rest ful right and has had a very comfort able day Mrs Cleveland made the following statement Sunday night Mr Cleveland Is very much im proved and we arc encouraged to believe that he will be fully recovered within a few days He is still in bed but is resting very quietly At times lie is somewhat distressed with a cough caused by the breaking up of the cold Kansas Educational System Topeka Kan Nov 25Frlfnk Nel ion superintendent of public instruc tIon Is completing an investigation of the Kansas educational system which will show that 120000 of the 400000 children of school age In the a Q state do not attend school Kansas J lias a compulsory educational law and I it Is therefore difficult to account for r absenteesri 1 iron Steamer Launched a 25TheaI 1 13tI11cted in Chile occurred at Valpa j ssuccesstllccercmonjpresident Senor Jerman Riesco the federal authorities and a large ass mI lilgco people The entire ship from F fctfil to truck was constructed in thug j country Turkeys Arrogant Circular Note Vlenna riNbv 25The Vienna pa pars asrietthat Turkey is addressing an aiToirant circular note to the pow I rs Protecting against their perpetual i iit rfer6nce in Turkish affairs and 4raandimg to know their intentions t Q tardlagCret hrie oliiaywky Incendiaries I ttadTiir Nov 25AIium1er of 4ti rches in the provinces have bscn destroyed during the last few days by iiuijniiiary Cres Thus far the police 1 ue secured no clews is to the cut til I q SEVERE GALE IN THE EA TII A Large Amount of Shipping and Other Property Wrecked or Par tially Demolished New York Nov 25A heavy north east gale has been ranging along the ccast for the past 20 hours The storm set In at sunset Saturday evening blowing with great severity all night accompanied by heavy rain In the upper and lower bay the storm blew with great fury an unusually high tide washed upon the Staten Island shores doing considerable damage to docks small boats and other craft The Staten Island Rapid Transit rail road tracks between Tompkinsville and Stapleton was obstructed by wreckage from pile drivers and a small schooner which was driven ashore and tho wreckage piled up on the railroad track A heavy sea raged in the upper hay Tho United States hotel at Long Branch was wrecked early Saturday night The gale started a corner of the roof and the wind getting under it ripped almost the whole covering off Very little could be done to sav the interior The rain was falling in torrents and men worked hard to get the furnishings to points where they would beta the least danger Driven by the terrific northeast gale the highest tide ever known along the north shore of Long Island swept Inland leaving a ribbon of wreckage that girts the shore front from Astnria in Long Island City out to Greenport on the extreme end of the islJMul New York Nov 25The storm struck Asbury Park New Jersey with moro force than any In recent years The wind during the night at tamed a velocity of 70 miles an hour and did much damage to cottages The great waves rolled across Ocean avenue and the surf rolled across the beach into Wesley Lake overflowing it something that never occurred since Asbury Park was located The water of the lake Hooded cellars and made the streets in tit vicinity almost Ii TheImpasslb12II Asbury was swept ofIII 110Wll1Into1 Tho piazzas of the hotel strand were torn off and the building considerably damaged Trees have been stripped and the streets are littered with branches wires parts of roofs or ve randas and shutters UNUSUAL MANNER OF SUICIDE Former Supreme Judge Rogers Blew Himself to Pieces With a Stick of Dynamite Denver Col Nov 23News has reached this city of the suicide of Judge M A Rogers formerly of the supreme court of Colorado and one of the ablest lawyers in the state at Steamboat Springs Col The manner of suicide was unusual Judge Rogers laid down on the ground with a stint of dynamite under him and lighting a cigar flred the fuse from It and calm 1ly smoke until the shock of the explosion ended his life The act was com mitted among some willows near Bear river just insido the town limits Judge Rogers had been at Steamboat Springs all summer with his wife No cause is known for the suicide UNKNOWN NEGPO LYNCHED He Was Charged With Shooting and Fatally Wounding Mrs Craft in South Carolina Columbia S C Nov 25Late Sun day night word was received of the lynching In Anderson county Suudaj of an unknown Negro Saturday afternoon the man went to the house of Mrs Perry Craft and asked for something to eat When she turned to get him a plate of food the Negro shot her through the back inflicting a fatal wound The man Oed but was pursued by hundreds of men with bloodhounds and captured There are no details of the manner of his death NEW MINISTER TO PERSIA Lloyd Griscom Received in Private Au dience By the SultanA Valu able Souvenir Constantinople Nov 25Lloyd Griscom the newly appointed minister to Persia and Mrs Griscom are stay Ing with Spencer Eddy the secretary of the United States legation here It was denied at the palace Sunday night that the sultan had decorated Mrs Griscom with the order of Nichani Chefakat of the first class The sal tan received Mr Griscom in private audience and presented him with a val able souvenir Mr Griscom will leave here Monday for Teheran Broke His Leg Chicago Nov 25A practice game on Marshall Field cost Coach Stagg another of his promising players In one of the scrimmages Clark Johnson the freshman substitute halfback broke iris left leg just above the ankle Went Back to Work New York Nov 25Thero was a rush Of business at the Harlem river yards of the New York New Haven 3s Hartford railroad Sunday for at 10 oclock in the morning all the men who went on strike last Tuesday went back to work The Crew Rescued New York Nov2oThocrcwoC the ship Flotbeck which went ashore at Monmouth beach Saturday night was rescued by the life savers who got the sailors ashore In the breechs JUDY TFORT Americans Gained a Signal Vie lory on Bohol Island The Steamer Alerts With About 200 Passengers Including Some Dis charged American Soldiers Believed to Be Lost Manila Nov 25Capt Edward P Lawtons company of the 19th Infantry has attacked and captured an in surgent fort on Bohol Island south of Cebu In the VIzayan group This fort was surrounded on all sides by a precipice and the only entrance to the higher Ground was guarded by a stockade with a line of entrenchments behind It Capt Lavton sent Sergt McMahon and 20 men to climb the precipice and attack the fort In the rear Sergt McMahons party ac complished their task after three hours climbing through the thick un dergrowth of brush and vines that covered the almost perpendicular cliff They took the enemy by surprise and drove them from the fort As the In surgents escaped they had to pass the remainder of Capt Lawtons company at a distance of 150 yards Here the enemy suffered terrible losses The Insurgents defended themselves with both cannon and rifles The can non were captured the smaller ones were removed while the larger ones were buried Capt Lawton in his re port makes special mention for bra very of Sergts List and McMahon The local steamer Alerta with 200 passengers including some discharged American soldiers from Olongapo Su bin bay to Manila Is believed to have been lost Gn Chaffeo has orderod that In the future complete records shall be kept of all natlrog taking the oath ot allegiance to the United States Du pllcatcs of those records wijl be signet Tagalogiwhic was organized last August is proving itself a valuable adjunct to the mili tary authorities and is making an en viable record SUBMARINE BOAT FULTON The Vessel Rose From the Bottom oi the Bay After Its Fifteen Hours of Submersion New York Nov 5In the presence of a big crowd which despite the storm assembled to witness the emerging of the submarine boat Ful ton that craft rose from the bottom of the bay Sunday morning at 103C oclock with all well and greatly surprised to find there watt a storm rag IngThe test of the Fultons staying power was highly satisfactory not only to the officers of the company that built her and the naval officers present but to those who went to the bottom In the boat They report there was not the slightest discomfort to them during their more than 15 hours of sub mersion beneath the surface ADM SCHLEYS CHIEF COUNSEL Isidor Rayner Refuses to Accept a Fee For His Services In the Court of Inquiry Baltimore Nov 25 It was learned Sunday that air Isidor Rayner duet counsel for Rr Adm W S Schley In the recent hearing before thc court of Inquiry had refused to accept a fee for his services A mutual friend ol the admiral and Mr Rayner stated that the admiral recently sent a vain able gold watch to Mr Rayner and a magnificent brooch of diamonds and pearls to Mrs Rayner THE SAN JUAN BATTLEFIELD Gov Wood For the Government Bought the Principal Portion A Park Will Be Laid Out Santiago de Cuba Nov 25 During hi3 recent visit here Gen Wood bought for the government the principal por Lion of the San Juan battlefield in eluding San Juan hill the site of the blockhouse anl llloody Bend The tract comprises 200 acres and cost 15000 It will be considered a United States reservation and the govern ment intends to lay out a beautiful park on the old battlefield A Heavy Snowstorm Cumberland Md Nov 25One ol the heaviest snowstorms for years has been prevailing at Oakland and Terra Alta W Va on the summit of the Allegheny mountains since Saturday The snow Sunday morning at an early hour had reached a depth of 20 inches This snow is accompanied by a high vlnd ZIon City Accessions Kenosha Wis Nov 25Tho last accession to the Dowie colony at Zion City Is a party of Westville fad farmers who have sold all their possessions to come to the home ol the self stylad Elijah JI Alleged Systematic Robbery Pittsburg lean Nov 25 George Lane and fatally consisting of his wife a 14yerrold daughter and an adopted son 18 were arrested charg ed with being leaders of a gang that has been systematically robbing merchants of this city for the past year For Separate Schools Richmond Va Nov 26ln the con stitutional convention an amendment was adopted providing for the com pulsory education of children between S and 13 years ot age until excused lit Uio local school authorities JIGIGANTIC CONSPIAACtI I A Scheme Was Hatched to Overthrow the Canadian Rule in the Yukon Country y Seltttle Wash Nov 2C The Times prinuWthe following from Victoria BiPKMy There consplracyto urracksdpolic with their arms and ammunition loot the banks and pillage the property of the rich northern gold fields These facts are confirmed James Seely formerly of this city now head of the secret service of policesays only was there a conspiracy to overthrow Cttuadian rule in the Yukon and loot hythevery one hnd had Its existence not been discovered by the secret service of the Yukon and nipped In the bud the con spirators could have accomplished their purpose and after taking Daw son could have held that place and the Yukon The conspiracy was born at Dawson and had a branch at Shag way but no existence in any other point to the south of SUagway al though efforts were made to secure the assistance of proBoer sympathiz ersfit Seattle and other points in the United States It was at Dawson that the plot was made last summer Sev eral American Fenians who hUll drift ed to Dawson got together anti formed an organization which wan called the Order of the Midnight Sun A num ber of others were gathered in this and It grew until there were several hundred adherents in September when the members of the secret servI- ce In the Yukon became aware of Its existenceINSURGENT LEADER CABALLOS Reported That He Has 500 Fully Arm cd Men Including a Number of American Negroes Manila Nov 31t has bean offi dually reported to Gen Chaffee that the insurgnt leader CaballoB has 500 fully armed men inducing a number of American Negroes unter his con maul in Laguna province Luzon An Insurgont officer has just ten cap tured carrying papers dated Matiban Laguna province November 8 apill signed by Caballos The prism ev rvl mils that Caballos has hoop men with him and contemplated attacking Man ban This probably accounts for the fact that the telegraph lines were rit pear Maubnn and In several places tin supporting poles were found to have been removed PILLORY SYSTEM REVIVED AilSiYearpId Boy iix the Illinois State Reformatory SevercIy Runishcd For Whispering Chicago Nov 2LAn oldfashioned pillory system of punishment which it Is claimed has the sanction of the hoard of directors ot which Bishop Fallows is president has been un earthed at the Pontiac OH state re formatoryIn trying manner Chas Miler a 10yearold boy asserts he was foic edlo stand for 20 hours at a stretch He was taken down for 10 minutes at noon when bread and water wore fur nished him Superintendent riallory of the reformatory Is quoted as corroborating the statement Young Mil lers offense was whispering in school THE SMOKE NUISANCE The City of St Louis Sued in Mandamus Proceedings Asking That It Be Abolished Forthwith St Louis Nov 23 Because the throat and lungs of Ferdinando Avon dano leading tenor for the Southwell Opera Co were so irritated and in jured by St Louis smoke that he was unable to sing his part in the opening performance of La Giaconda the city of SL Louis and Charles II Jones chief smoke inspector are sued in mandamus proceedings asking that they bo compelled to abate the smoke nuisance forthwith LARCENY OF DIAMOND RINGS Percy W Vance Formerly Employed iIn a Chicago Department Store Arrested in St Louis St Louis Nov 23Percy W Vance 19 years old was arrested on Information from Chicago that he was wanted there on an indictment charg ing him with the larceny of 40 dia mond rings valued at 3000 The rings were stolen from a Chicago de partment store where sue formerly worked Vance nays 1e spent the money received for the sale of the stolen jewels in gambling Violated Customs Regulations Seattle Wash Nov 2JTho treas ury department has imposed fines of 2lGGO upon the owners of the thre Nome steamships the Roanoke Port land and Valencia for violations of the customs regulations in carrying passengers from the north in excess ol the license limit Famous Lines Faded Washington Nov 23Tho writing and sipnatnres ot the original copy of the Declaration f Independent have completely faded away despite the fact that the document has been kept in a hermetically sealed glass case Conditional Shaves Conneaut 0 Nov 23Conneaut barbers have formed a union and hae agreed not to shave any customer known to owe a member o the union Whiskers may become the style ttil winter in Carnegie town 4 = RELIABLE R B BREYARD4 rz 1p Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered jta ONE PRICEand that the very Iowa tile market justifies ALL r GOODS GlMIUffiiiD AS ftflfI R1W1II ROOFING A SPECIALTY J- j Of fi1CCLANVY UB HlCKMAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Hanking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acta of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o 4 The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the yo Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Cashier U A UOLCOMBE Vice President S AMBERG Asst Cashierp i JIOKMAN WAGON CO fA71JFtCfU ns or TILE CIICKRVTE IJ tN Te4 I W 4JI 11ElCKMAN XEJNTUCKY 1 Bim PflWIHlILTlI RESTORED- The r weak mado strong bylho use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for aU SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles SSSsrtfSrSffliSSTHEY NEVER FAIL No mattcT how homeless the case way teem Astonishing and quick ree lulu They suppiy the Nerves Brain and Blood with the not power ECtJIICClltrulllF Natural Vegetable Tonic are assimilated reMnrin Lost Vital ity naturally und product of till ictcst most iHrmnnenlly NerYOTabletskmfai and learned nxurtn in i i different tnnn other rfinedsis of the class aterlaedand net as food to the H tfm and leave it strongerJ cverv time used They begin nt the amt of the disease and net on the andnllltandWOMEN1 ManhnnrfImpotency 1 Tired Feeling Sleeplessness Nervous Debility Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Ycrtico St Vitus Dance Nervous Headache Backache Trembling Numbness Lost Power and nil suru I diseascsofthofinii i Paralysis and consumption WeakWo OlarlTiywill bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Pacea add pk ssnro to life We could give Thrnus ands of Testimonials lut y HIN L ay js m try them We refund the money t a run j not nlrI Iltl Try themit and r you want hr you run have your mouty bHltjllst for thu usklJlt lrlrc Coca box of tea darxtrentmtnt rxlwxesn Sccurelytealedhvmafly lostasenanip taken samo us cash Aditoss THE NERVO REMEDY CO 356 West Jefferson St Louis villo Ky Solo Agents for tho United States Sold by Cowgill Cow ill i a ii i TIle Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter tharother routes iphis saving in distance makes a corresponding save ing in time I Cotton t1tt trains any FuiZnin b SlKperj st sight Parlor Cafe Cars y darfois the icy and Free CJuit Cars r nightJ where you sit irJC i f ra ticket and send you a complete tirschedule for the trip We will also send you ar Interesting little book + 0 A Tip to Tens i ItAMMI T Pl ten HI LHUEfJllHLGPsriT1 s1 s L avcs IVAI CHICAGO MILWAUKEE I ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750am pa Minneapolis at330 am The Only Perfect Train in tha World r or4 V to T L 1 r i i t 1 tt c A SONS OF THANKS f JTational Congratulations for the Achievements of Past Yea- rtkakalvtrg r Sermon et Dr Ta- tsaae In Which lie Speak of Navy Marvclou Cbanijca f Victories ot rcace 7opyriLtll 1001 by Iouts Klopsch N yi7 This discourse of Dr Talmage Is a Rational congratulation over the achievements of brain and band during Ihe past 12 months The Icxtsare JL Corinthians 9 10hill that plowet- shouc3 plow in hope Isaiah 417 lie that smoothed with the hammer Judges 514 They that handle the pen of thcwritcr- there is a table being spread across fhp top of the two great ranges of mountains which ridge this continen- ta table which reaches from the At Ltntic to the Pacific sea It is the Thanksgiving table of the nation Thcy wiil come from the cast and the west and the north and the south an xlt at it On it are smoking the prod cats of all lands birds of every aviary cattle from every pasture fish from Leery lake feathered spoils from every tarns The fruit baskets bend down under the products plucked from the peach fie Ids of Maryland the apple or chxrds of western Nev York the ortante groves of Florida the vineyards of Ohio and the nuts threshed from ICcwlSnjiland woods The bread is white front the wheat fields of Illinois and Michigan the banqueters arc adornedI vrifh California gold and the table is sigleam with Nevada silver and the feast is warmed with the fire grates heaped up with Pennsylvania coal The hall is spread with carpets from 011 mills and at night the lights will flash from bronzed brackets of Philadelphia manufacture Tim fin Nets of Massachusetts girls have hung the embroidery the music is the drum I ming of ten thousand stills accom paWed by the shout of children let loose for play and the gladness of the ImrveBters driving barnward the loads of sheaves and the thanksgivings of tlie nation which crowd the celestial gates with doxologies until the oldest harper of Heaven cannot tell where Ute terrestrial song ends and the Celestial song begins- 1Veleomelhanksgvng day What ever we may think of New England theology we all like New England Thanksgiving day What means till steady rush to the depots nndlthe long roil trains darting their lanterns along I the tracks of the Boston C Lowell the j i Georgia Central the Chicago Western the St Paul Duluth GrtatIj j Southern railway Ask the happrI group in the New England farmhouse Ask the villagers whose song of praise in the morning will come over the Berkshire hills Akk nil the planta ions of the south uhich hart adopts the New England custom of setting apart a day of thanksgiving Oh iit Is a great day of nationalt I festivity Clap your hands ye people and shout aloud for joy Through the organ pipes Ilet there come down the thunder of a nations rejoicing Blow the cor set Wave the palm branches Oh ftbat men would praise the Lord for His Goodness and for His wonderful works fo the children of men For two years and a half this nation Las been celebrating the triumph of sword and gun and battery We have xttng martial airs and cheered return fad heroes and sounded the requiem lot the slain in battle Methinks it wiltl lie a healthful change if on this years Thanksgiving in church and hone stead we celebrate the victories of tillII I plow the hammer and the pen for jj nothing was done at Santiago or Ma I niln that was of more importance than j that which in the last year has been done in farmers field and mechanics shop and authors study by those who ueor wore an epaulet or shot a Span lard or went a hundred miles from their own doorsill Come up farmers and mechanics and literary men axi get your dues as far as I can pay them Things have marvclouslj changed Ttme was when the stern edict of gar f ernment forbade religious as tscrnbtages Those who dared to be so t anloyal to their king as to acknowl i edge loyalty to the Head of the Uni awfulI7y silent in worship suddenly hear i their doors swung open and down upon j the church aisle a score of muskets thumped as the leaders bade then iI j 1 Ground arms This custom of has I Ing the fathers the husbands the sons j and brothers at the entrance of the pew is a custom which came down from olden time when it was absotttel necessary that the father or shoutdsit at the end of the church pewI fully armed to defend the helpless por j j Iii lion of the family nut how threntIencrupt religious services and annually I at the command of the highest officio1 in the United States we gather togeth worshipToday joyfaile V mercies of God and in unconventional way recount the conquests of the plow the hammer and the pen Most of the implements of hus liandry have been superseded by mod t ru inventions but the plow has never zlostiits reign It has furrowed its way t I tlirodgh ail the ages its victories have been toned by the barley of Palestine jj the wheat of Persia the flax of Ger fj1I i many the rice stalks of China the richIt grasses of Italy It has turned up r nthe mammoth of Siberia the mastodon 4 of Egypt and the pine groves of Thes s Ealy Its iron fool hath marched vwbcrc Moses wrote and Homer sang asd Aristotle taughtand Alexander r jBouatcd his war charger It hath wihIorE eati X American forest pushing its way through the savannas of the Carolina s 1 cud trembling in the grasp if the Xew IIis S 1 1 11 Hampshire ytrumuury American sir ili7 tion bath kept step with the rat tie of its devises and on its beam hat ridden thrift and national plenty 1 do not wondtr that tht Japanese and the Chinese and the Phoenicians i so particularly extolled husbandry r that Cineinnatus went from the con sulship to the plow or thal Noah was farmer before he became a shipbuilder or that Elisha was in the field plowin with 12 yoke of oxen when the inanHe fell on him or that the Egyptians iin their paganism worshiped th ox as a tiller of their lauds Pilthcus the king found srtnc richI gold mines in his province su heIJ turned all the population to digging 1 InI d1I nnhthere came a great famine One day the wife of the king invited hint to a great banquet and he game in and satl down and there were pieces of got 1I jin the shape of bread and pieces ofr j gold in the shape of biscuits and pieces of gold in the shape of joints of meat and the king was disgusted and h j said I cannot eat this Neither can the lieople said his wife most siig j gestit ely and then theyttrui back t tillagedWithin our time thee presidential I cabinet has added a agriculture being established sccrctnrSiPOrjtj of the plow Journals qcvoted to thi ij i department are circulated throe thronghlsuchI almost every field has its peculiar I j ulelr1choicei 1 J t the plow rise and wring out their tee locks in the trenches Islands burn down ou the coast ofIcru and L5o j livia are transported to our fields and jmake our vegetables leap highways + i j this plow are changed from Uogg J j HommlAplinnj1 I I farmhouse stands In summer hooey j suckles clamber over the trellises On j one side there stands a garden fella t j is only a farm condensed On the ld1owI I the wind breathes over it it looks Jlike the deep en ocean wan1i Itherei r 0 its windings as if loath to leave the where the reeds fj spot sing and the cattle stand at noonday under I1 + i iI shadow of tthe weeping vviljows l111 j i winter the xlccl comes tthrough herr crackling snow with huge logs froinjjii the woods onl the barn flour I 1IInltsII under the thumpings of the j the deafening haze of the thrnshing ij machine Horses stand beneatht mow j l Ipoles bending under loads of hay an whinny to the wvllfilled oat bins i ij Praise God for the great harvests t j I 1 that have been reaped this last year Some of them injured by drought or insects or freshots were riot as 1 bountiful as usual others tar in ex cess of what have ever before been gathered while higher priers wi J I Ihelp make up for any decreased sup II iprosolperitl j I tie and horses and sheep and swine and all farm animals have during the Ilast two years increased in value j million i Twenty swine tthis loot year and yet so many hops j I J left Enormous prying oft of farm i mortgages have spoiled the old j J speeches of the calamity howlers the ancients in their festivals pr trII j CensltheI xve neglect tp rejoice in the pres I 1 i ante of the great God now From II f Americai11 e Plow 1 come next to speak of the eon I quests of the American hammer Its iron arm has fought its way down I 1cHIILIUndlrI j cnifllrlSOUndldI tendt pies spread their magnificence and chariots rushed out fit for the bat tie Its iron fist smote the marble of Paros and it rose in sculptured Minervas and struck the Pcnteliean mines until from them a ParthenonJ Iwas reared whiter than a palace n ice and pure as an angels dream Damascus and Jerusalem and Ilom e and Venice and Paris and London land Philadelphia and New York nn Prto trailed echoes of the hammer Un der the hammer everywhere dwellI ings have gone up ornate and luxurious Schoolhouses Ilyceums hos addsi weras the beneficence o f the American Jpeople Vast public works have been builtlocrj matchless beauty have gone up forji Him who hud not where to lay Iii II head and tthe old theory is explode- that I because Christ was born in a manger we must always worship Him in a barn I Railroads of fabulous length have 1 ttr1instj j 5 Inukiug the frightened birds to da Ij into the heavensent the cough of th j smoke pipes and the savage yell o j the steam whistle In hot haste ourI national Industry advances her breath the air of 10000 furnaces her song the voice of uncounted tories her footstep the flash wheel buckets and the tread of the shaft and the stamp of foundries s Talk about antideluvian longevity think the average of human life is more now than it ever was mechanical facilities men work so much faster and accomplish so muchI more in a lifetime that a man can atford to die at 40 as well as one ofI cd at 900 I think the average of hUe wan tiff in pout of accomplishment now cquitalcat to about SOO years v R a near as i can calculate it1ti all our occupations and professions we enblarged mechanical enterprise Weialll have stock in every house that iIs builded and in every public convey I ante that is constructed andn every sCclII ing in comfortable abodes with lux moils upon their tables that once even kings could not afford havSnj the advantage of thorough education of accomplishment and art we are all ready at this season to unite with them in pntee to God for Ilia good IICKS Now I color to speak of the con quests of the pen This is the sym bol of all intellectuality The pint ers pencil and the sculptors chisel and the artdt1llJrerIIof intellectuall advancement Th er 1 j those di everyeI i I seen h l rose andt Glastonbury by moonlight jIjthey never behold among us an im siroj oltt ji sVhoItheytji tomsI accentijnndiing of moonlight on castles by the sea 1 think the biggest fool in tho 01Iof ou nation and the fact thcl compara lively few persons devote themselves entirely to literature totharej the progress oruur American liters t I hmlIIj i and Prescott II anyry Mar shalll end Kent as tin Qlo inns Ed wards and Hodg ns poets Pierre IongCelloia 1 lithman and KcnsettV Anti among Imj jliving Americans what galaxies of in Iljtellectual splendor and purser Elfward Eggleston and Will Carlotoii fund Mark Twain nod John KeudrlcU jHangs and Marion lljtriand and Mar jgaret Siingnter and Stockton trotl ChiirVhill and Hopkimwn Smith antI Harttj j I111m e and Aintlin Uair and Urandcr Matthews and Thomn4 Nelson PHJJC laud Eliabeth Stuart Phelps and Vil titan Dtan llowclls i tul n score ofl others some of them fixed stars and some meteors Hun marvelousn rlehan ade hUll Itu otosehol Aow ehildrra er if they cannot gu tinny of themes yn iutilligently discuss political topics long before they have seen a ballot ir Xii oJel Jt k J1ijq uusntct compile nrtilfs fir the rrewspajie Philosophy and astronomy nod cheat 1 c hlllnutcto knows nothing i bout them Oil one lhrof n pour inins library is more practical Uiuwlidge than in the 400 OOQ volumes of inrit nt Alt xati riu n id education jis lpowibir for Ihe mct in yuogrctlIfor 20yeai has Iaentllr whithJ has nut had in il rail spliljers and far nit is ud ir cisir men who have bet H i vu somr t to toiling with the rand sad le fllat The graiifi ds have passtd the r hhrvesss share tthe veto of drought u deluge Tht freight ears are not large enough tu bring duwn the groin to the seabnaid The canslboats are crowd td with breaosiuffsj Hark to till rtnh grefttIj anti pork packer Enough to Pat an at low priers lrouthtocrearandu home manufufi e If some have ned sonic leave not then may God help those who harp to bond USer to thus who have not ClfJ the track for the rail trains that rush on bringing th wheat and the cotton and the rice and i the hurleyand the oats and the hop j sad the lumber and the leather nnd everything for than and everything for beatt Codfs right hand at the glorious prospects Build tamer your barns for the bar vests Dig deeper the vats for the thdtlt tiPly galleries of art for time pictures j and stntucs Advance 0 nation of Gods right hand but rtMiuinberlbat national wenllh if nnsanettied iis sumptuous waste is moral ruin iis imugu i lice n I hoc is fltntid rotten IIseas is gilded dttlhot to us for the wine vats If drunkeniifss wallows atai them Woe to us fur the harvest iif greed sickles them Wv to us for the merchandise if avarice swallows It foe to us for the cities If misrulell swatts them Wm to the land if God1 Ouroalvdi t store uudIGospelofi the Sen of God which will yet extirpate all wrongs pod introduce al blessednessi iRet lougstftSfhome group The housekeepers win be angry if the guests do not arrive until1 the viands err cold Set the chairs to brandothey still alive the high chair for III I paItI cup ofl toh trembling with emotion and if the chalice shafl overflow and trickle a few drops on the white cloth that covers the table do not be disturbed but let it suggestI nndleadcuIrunnethoerJ 4 TEMPORIZING ON THE TARIFF Rrpublieaur JSxercUInjr Their loge t unity o IlnitK On to Monopoly f It is undoubtedly true as 9ta din Isubstanrc by a Washington come spondent that leading republicanI perceive that their putty must sooner or later meet the popular demand for tariff revision or suffer defeat at the polls say t the Chicago Chrou ticlcf t f The laborioufiexercisQoiThoir in gel1ut in devising nicthodnpn- rytnk jisut1tcien1fProottl1nt they perceive the danger The problem with them is how to seem to satisfy the popular demand without sacriiic Ing monopoly There are three principal solutions iof this problem offered Out is the SictidtieS lIre expected to be satisfied for the time bring with a show of activity in negotiating reciprocity treaties This is suppoKtd to be a safe thing vdt the Mnate to ratify a treaty null jthe day when twothirds of that body will be d to the tariff t illsftnntIA second solutiont is kntiiytt ns the1 Babcocksolution Mr I5abockhim self explains thatI he is as much ill favor of protection as any republican i+ But he maintains that the party must t yield to the popular demtimrsot far classesrujth power to extort higher prices from Americans than from foreign ers for the saute goods He believes thri c people will tense their clamor and pa ticntly submit to any amount of tariff extortion that they will cheer fully Kiy two prices to American pio dticers provided foreigners have i pay two priers for the same articles or go without The third solution or tendof say ing the tariff monopolists is the eons mission solutiont Senator Aldrieli Senator Sooner std other republiijui statesmen would have a standing commission of nonpnrtisnii experts to study the wMble ytbjeet Svien tifieally and report in two ot Ihref yearsand fnim time to time thrrnft r recommending the lowering now of Hone duty and ngain of another and aoon al intinitum j This is a beautiful mode of tern c poriing If the people lan bs mad Itn believe that the commission iis r nlly doing something and that ron gres will treat its oelentific rer lommendatiors with more than a wastepaper degree of respect they i i be luld still for10 orJOJlnrIFI j iI yanti perhaps ron lrII j j But the if in 1rUrJtJi arge and thorny one The people willIjI comJJ protfIUoJf1it I proI1tI stand perfectly that a commission I toII cniwtituted would be expert I sckiitific in nothing but the business of getting the most for the tariff moII j nopolists and pulling the wool over i toildI ts btnon j partiunn onlyI in having two or three carefully chosen Pfiinsylvnnhl nnd1I- I I I nui iaua protectionist democrats tits ri makeup I I Such r ntordIt tariff question I than n commission made up of four I snuthern slaveholders and three care fully selected northern doughfaces tinte slavery question in kS5f The whole system of tariff protec tourdally as well ns economically wrong- just IS slavery was w rougtnnraU- and y ereryother way The only vny to settle it finally is to dig itpup 11jII I the roots and last it out utterly andI 1 pnliiaetfve schemes will fail because they will leave the wrong unredressed sthe multiform evil unremedied POINTED PARAGRAPHS Republican discussion of the tariff issue in the approaching ses sion of congress must logically be of StcLouis Repjiblie The rapidity with which Ncely is being punished is only equalled by PhilipllilwJndinnapolls Sentinel The stubborn rcsisiyncc otr redj by the high protectionists in congress the modification of the tariff by tiCs1dOtgI 1I cannotdj I never buy Minneapolis Journal Rep The souther California fruit ex change has adopted a formnl protestI against the whole reciprocal iderrJte republican politicians are iolerIb1 I Expert in reconciling coiillietJng opin 1ions but how they are to satisfy low tariff republicans and at UleII same time avoid alienating the I tected1 interests passes eomprchen1 i lion Kven reciprocity as an empty panic arouses suspicion and hostil 1 DiuglertismAlbnuJt arenoeI needed for the protection of any in terest They simply enable the trusts to take higher prices in the home market than they get in for eign markets rho republican party however is the friend of trusts and as long as it can assist theni it toil 1 do so Xo tariff legislation need be expected from this congress The I surplus will be gotten rid of in some 1 I other way Savannah Xeus I 1l r i BEGINNING OF THE FIGHT Tronlile III the Uepulitlcnii IlniiLta Over the Tariff Grinva 3fore- TIircnteiititK1 In the movement of certain high protectionist leaders in congress to 1 bring1 about a reorganization of the 1 house Viwaya anti means committee which will eliminate Representative 1 Babcock from that committee there iis proof of the exceeding improbabilJ ity of honest tariff revision under 1Manna control says the St Louis Re puolie 1 I lIJhhs movement against Babcock in I retaliation for his aggressive efforts 5 iii behalf of a general revision of the existing tariff will have effects I reaching beyond the representative thus to he punished Notice is there I brservltIon all republicans who dare to oppose the sacred principles of high protection that they will be summarily dealt with They cannot j hope for the distinction of place cm the more important congressional committees theywilli be degraded and belittled in et Pryteay possible to t he dominant protectionists The wires will be laid for their defeat in wife next congressional elections if i 1 trustsit j There is nn element or strength he i hind those tariff revision republicans j however which the protectionists are ifailing to take Into account TIlt rank and file of republican voters have had qtheir eyes opened to the bunko na tare of n high protective tariff Men like Babcock are not leading the seu 1 timent of their constituencies when they fight for tarinjt reduction They are following that sentiment lie 1publicans of the middle west espe cially demand n revision of the tariff The developments of the approach oing session of congress will amply Iprove the truth of this assertion There should be some significant news rrom Washington during the progress of this session Alo there should be much excel lent campaign material manufactured for tthe profit of the movement in fa vor of tariff revision Clio protec tionist tools of the trusts in the ores act congress unity succeed in prevent iqr tariff redaction by throwing down the gage of battle to the revisionists aadI uing the power of the trusts to j- disarm or utterly crush them but this prevention will be temporary in deed The congressional elections of 1012 are destined to be disastrous to the yndivntes and to syndicate henchmen in the notional congress Tariff revision coupled with the Ttrust issue proper is an exceedingly vjial issue Ameiican sentiment tie- tnaatls the reduction of the tariff and the restriction of the trusts under competent governmental supervision THERE ARE VARIOUS THEORIES A Knit TrcHMtiry unit the IrtilMilillity tit a lliMtnoilim ofTnx II HUll When congress alembics next month it will be confronted with a audition nrd with several theories The condition is an annual surplus of 130000000 The theories relate ito He prevention or disposal snys the WorldInumber of men in oftlce favor the shortest and easiest way of dealing with the surplus that jis spending it Spending other pe pies money iiR always an agreeable politicianIThere are ways enough of course iShip subsidies an isthmian canal imore pensions bigger river and har her appropriations and new public buildings to reelect congressmen can ieasily absorb the surplus lint there iare important elections in nearly all the states next year and the wise inIpower not upon a new carnival of extravagance These men with the president at their head err likely to recommend a further reduction of tilt war taxes nut what are the war taxes When the war for the union be gan 40 years ago the average tariff was about 2S per cent Under the stress for revenue and to counterbal once internal taxes on manufactures the average duty was raised to 50 or 52 per cent At the end of the war I internal taxes mainly upon wealth and yielding 300000000 a year were one after the other repealed Put now though our infant industries are 40 years older thee tariff taxes ire still up to the highest point of war taxation When the war with Spain made more revenue necessary internal taxes wore again voted Lust year when tLc surplus became troublesome a rPJletlcdIlican leaders still further to reduce the taxes on whisky beer and to bacco vices or indulgences which all ivilied governments make the ba sis of their revenue and to leave un onyne people their sheHlrII t sell cheaper in foreign markets than to home consumers IThis would be better than to con taxation for a surplus or for extravagance But is it just Is it statesmanlike Is it safe in a coun try where after all the people rule ITIle policy of protection will ultimately strangle itself The domestic market will not suffice the for eign market must be entered and yet we shall not be able to get the bene withoutlirein large 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