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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii L1 WFL 4rI i t L- 1 i THE HICKMi- N T y COURIER1 n TWO PARTS OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY PART ONEj = u h ESTABLISHED 1850 IIICKMAX LTLTON CorXTY IvEiNTrCKY JANUARY 23 IUD VOLUME XLNO 4 r io ft I = i0 or1 tt U1 0 1t c t 1 The Last ZUeek of ITH AMBER- GSCLEANSWEEP SALEZ r Dont let this Money Saving Opportunity Pass Have a Smile The other day I found a 20 gold piece in the alley went home that night and told my wife about it Now she is sueing me for divorse and alley money What is the West side ota boys pants The side the son sets onI Why is a married nan like a can dle Because he sometimes goes out at night and he oughtnt toN Why iis an old maid like a wilted apple Because she is hard to pair Why is a dog dressed warmer inI summer than fin winter Because in winter heVears a fur coat and in summer he wears a fur coat and pants If you break your knre in this bargain rush we will pay your way to Africa that is where the Negroes tctR Tncsc prices less than 12 pric i 750 Trimmec o 00 Trim met a50 Street H 175 Street Hi- Childrer 5000 Yards Loom End CALICO 2 I2c1 Per Yard 2c per yard This is a raIeII bargain and will labtreat for economically inclined shoppers We have secured a vast quantity i of these Loom Ends Short Lengths from the mill and calico that always sold for oc and Gc a yard during this sale will tbe sold in short lengths at 2pi The Greatest qf Jill Sales It is our policy to begin every season with only the newest and freshest goods end when we announce the opening of the Spring season we do not want to have any winter goods left Everytliinglmust go to make room for the new This Means the Sacrifice of an Enormous Quantity of HIGH GRADE GOODSm But we have thrown every thought of profit or value to the winds and no exceptions will be oracle Without question it is a bargain giving event which is not surpassed by any house in this part bathe country and the very fact that every article offered is most desirable males this sale most important of all 1 Noi Trading Stamps Given OP vl Books Redeemed During This Sale SJIAR PJ T I 1 R IJbCTIONS EVER KNOWN mean a Quick Clearance Just think Beautiful hats ate We need the moneyyou need the hats I SOHatsits for 150Its foi 75s Hats Baby Caps etc all at less than 12 price A Few BargainsIi I Good Suspenders regular 25c value Sale price 15c Large Huck Towels 5c each Large size Damask Towels worth 20c Sale price 11 cents Soap 3c a cake NOTIONS Adamantine Pins for Ic a paper Hooks and Eyes with a hump Ic a card Safety Pins 3c a paper large size The Clean Sweep Sale will have them all guessing j HAIR PINS IIc PER PAPER In order to get the ladies on our side aId to satisfy them of the great values that we shall offer during this sale we quote hair pins of paperPtARLon Pearl Buttons Every housekeeper needs a supply and nows the time and this is the place to buy them 14 to 22 line Pearl Buttons worth 5 and lOc price 3c dozen I ai2cents per spool 8ducedf 0have0splendidlyi Mens and Young Mens Suits in singh and double breasted styles 5a neat and fancy effects and fancy effects and plain colors Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction Regular 1650 and SI 1 fl 1500 values reduced to II 5 Boys extra heavy tw piece Suits double and single breasted well made of best fabrics 500 S 4 ftft 800 values reduced to T1 UU but also i 5s5reducedand j l 1 U CLEAN SWEEP OF omens and Childrens Coats Jackets Waists Skirts Etc i These are going as quickly as possible Even if you dont need the goods now it will pay you to buy them as an investment Reductions greater than ever 8500C3OOLongl 81100Childrens 350IWaists in all styles and materials 56ctoS3oO lean Sweepof Now is the time to buy good serviceable shoes The splendid val ues that are now offeredshould cause every one to buy for future I shoesIin our store Shoes for men shoes for women shoes for children Dont Miss the OpportunityF- or women shoes that are worth For men 5oo values all 125 reduced to 9oc leather now 400 195 and 150 values now I5o Shoes worth 25o now 1 98 We cannot mention every kind Come and see Why Did You Marry An inquiring batcholor sent out postal cards to the married men with the inquiry Why did you marry The following are a few of the re sponses tryingforMarried to get even with her moth er but never haveW Because Sarah told me thrt fiveormng men had proposed to her C Her father thought eight years courtin was almost enoughB Iwas tired of buying ice cream and can dies and going to theaters and church and wanted a rest Have saved moneyJ C Please dont stir me upRnBecause I did not have the experience I no- whaveG Thats the same question that my friends ask me C H I wanted a companion of the opposite sex P SShe is still oppositeA Because it is just my luckP J I yearned for some company We now have it all the timeKarl JUST THE WEATHER- For the Soft Worm BLANKETS AND COMFORTS ALL AT CLEAN SWEEP PRICES 104 blankets superfinish no waste cotton worth 80 cents reduces PrC to 00 104 gray and white flannelette biankets great values worth 88 cents re PcC duced to DO 104 blankets superior finish select stock 150values reduced Si I to 110I 114 blankets very best selected stock Sjduced1 i50 Allwool blankets in both weave and fill ing extra values worth from 500 to 850 reduces S n rftt- o 425 to b OU 75CwithLaige comforts covered with good silkoline white fillingi reduced 115to 1 I Clearing Out Winter Clothing c I y 9loed0rtdllced0wortht 75tonow1fpdouble and single breasted some with brass buttons and emblems on sleeves SQ OQ 500 values reduced to w Uu 0reducedt tJ4ENS TBCUSERSokiye make here the most satisfactory showiug cf Mens Trousers in the city It matters not what your shape mayie from this vast assortment you can easily get fitted Our clean sweep prices from S J ft 098cto if 1111IIIi 1 Y- ii Y 44rlary t 1 a y 4 f r f a Vs t i it L iL i Hickman Courier PublishedI Every Monday KiCKMAK KENTUCKY l THf WffKJS I NfWS in TERSELYOUTLINEDEpitome Events at Home and Abroad the Past Week CONGRESS WORK IN NUTSHELL Latest Development In the UIIHSO IniuuicKe AVnr Together AVUli lteutx of IiitcroHt Culled 1rom the Important Happening M All Over the World OONGltHSS The impeachment charges on which Judge Charles Swayne win be trtod have been presented to the house by the committee ot seven appointed to draw them up Tho bill making the restriction on the transportation of lottery tickets between tho state applicable to trans portation between the states and ter ritories was passed by the senate The house pasted the Shackelford resolution authorizing the committee on interstate c6mmerce to investigate the Panama Railway Co The senate passed the legislative ex e course and judicial appropriation- bill The senate passed a bill extending the law relative to the intimidation of witnesses in federal courts to wit nesses before United States commis sioners THE AVAR IN TUB +AK KAST Jhe Japanese assert that the Rus ften Cossacks in their raid on New Chwailg violated neutral territory and thus enlarged the boundaries of the YW zone It Is intimated from St Petersburg that a movement by cavalry of large proportions may be foreshadowed by the recent raid below Liao Yang A Ylnkow dispatch says that Gen Mistchenkos raiding force was cut off on its way back by 8000 Japanese dispatched by Gen Oku from Sanlihoo Russian cavalry reconnaisances in Jjlanchuria are being met by the Jap anese with vigorI and success The Japanese pro is discouraging criticism of the Russians at Port Arthur in destroying their ships and other property pending the capitula tion and give the Russians credit for stopping the destruction as soon as the capitulation whs signed Vladivostok the Siberian capital is to bo the next object of attack by the Japanese who purpose carrying out a plan of operations similar to that fol lowed at Port Arthur The Russian cruiser Izumrud is returning to Port Said on the way to Cronstadt in a badly damaged condi tion She belonged to Admiral Bo vtrovskys squadron Tile correspondent at Port Arthur f the London Daily Mall says that on January 8 20 Japanese were Jtilled by tho explosion of a contact mine Inside one of the forts and that two mines in the town also exploded- A rumor is current at Port Louis Island of Mauritius that a Japanese squadron Is at Diego Garcia Chigos islandsThe batch of Russian prisoners from Port Arthur has arrived at Na gasaM Japan consisting of 50 officers and 1GOO enlisted men Gen Nogi reports to Tokio that the taming over of the public property at Port Arthur by the Russian officers has been completed EEKAI MSAVS ITBMS Chicago firemen had a stubborn fight with a fire that developed in the saw dustpacked walls Of the beef storage house of tho Schwarzschild Suiz lioraer company at the stockyards The loss was not over 5000 TOM Brant one of the publishers the Veedersburg Ind News orii lulled by Charles Eekburg in the ber shop of the latter in Veedersbnrg Avhilot the two were going over tho booItSor an Odd Fellows lodge which Eckburg was an officer ofII latter then killed himself Frank Fie an artificer in the Sev enth field battery stationed at Fort Riley Kas was found dead on the Un on Pacllic tracks about a mile from Junction City Kas He had been struck by a train The tone of the rescript address of the czar to tho Russian army and navy is regarded in London as putting an end to all present hopes of mediation or peace and as indicating that Gon Kuropatkin will soon assume the of fensiveAn was made at Moscow to assassinate Gon Trepoff Three shots zero fired by a young man In students garb but none took effect Congressman Vespasian Warner of Illinois has been decided upon by the 1Jtut JCent as pension commissioner to succeed Commissioner Ware resigned j V S Eames of St Louis was olect X5d president of the American Institute of Architects at its session in Wash dagtrn Capt Halstead Dorey who was re 4cenlly wounded in a light with Moros ln Samar Island was At ono time yplaced9In tne morgue at Mpntauk Poi asv dead He has made three t trInstD the Philippines since as mill tar attacac with various general of sleets Simon R Burford who left Canton Mo in IKS going to Virginia City Mont when ha became one of the best knows among the pioneer citizens of that state Is dead A denial comes from Essen Ger manyof the report that Bertha Krupp only child and heiress of the late Herr Krupp is engaged to be married to Dr Heck Of Rluedt Rhenish Prussia Senator Scott of West Virginia has drafted a bill designed to cut down the cavalry branch of the army to ten reg iments The Episcopal clergy of western Missouri haVe invented a new term for the remarriage of divorced persons They call it tandem polygamy The coal miners at their convention in Indianapolis are expected to steps to place the organization takeI war footing for another struggle in IMC The cruiser St Louis now under construction on the Delaware river will be ready to go Into action when site Is launched This is a new de parture in warship building Host Elmer J Burkett will be the youngest man in the United States sen ate when 1m takes his seat as one of Nebraskas senators He was born in Iowa in 1867 Miss Oourteney Thomas a Missouri girl will sing IB operatic roles at Monte Carlo for the remainder of the season going thence to Brussels in the springE Brown of El Reno Okla was found unconscious on the street at Kansas City Mo evidently suffering from poison and died at the police station He was a freshman in the art department of the Kansas univer sityThe National Live Stock association has been disrupted the cattlemen horse and swine growers who were opposed to affiliation with the railroad and packing interests drawing out and forming an independent organization Chief Wilkie of the United States secret service announces the appear ance of a new and very deceptive coun terfeit twodollar silver certificate of series 189 I Lyons register Roberts treasurer A nesses for the defense in the Smoot case at Washington testified that polygamy is dying out in Utah so rapidly that there is no need of pros ecutionsFire t51 roy ed the new theater and several fiber buildings at Neepawa Manitoba causing a loss of 50000 The ecclesiastical court of inquiry at Reading Pa called to consider charges against Bishop Talbot has adjourned siine die the members deciding that the body was uncanonical ly constituted A well defined movement has been inaugurated by the Order of Red Men in Petersburg Va for the erection of a monument to Chief Powhattan and his daughter Pocahontas The county treasurers vault in the Fulton county court house ift W eon 0 was blown open by foot cracksmen who cured front L80O to 1000 Count Pueckler Germanys most noted Jew baiter has been sentenced in Berlin to six months in jail for public incitement to disobedience of the laws and violence of one class against another Silas Garber who served as govern or of Nebraska from 1874 to 1878 died at Omaha He was a native of Ohio settling in Nebraska in 1879 Former Goy Morgan G Bulkeley of Connecticut was chosen by the re nubile caucus at Hartford as candidate for United States senator to sue ceced Joseph R Hawley who will retire on account of impaired health Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Mas sachusetts has been renominated to succeeed himself and Senator W Mur ry Crane to fill the unexpired term of Mr Hoar which he holds by appoint mentCablegrams received in St Louis an nounce the death of August Anhenser Sr at Krueznsch Germany from heart troublo He was a first cousin of Mrs Adoiphus Busch of St Louis Rev J C Hartzel Methodist Episco pal bishop of Africa has sailejl for Liverpool en route to his fied of la borThe German mine owners at a meeting in Essen resolved under no circnmstancps to yield to the demands of the miners and to suppress the strike by every possible means even at the cost of hundreds of millions of tares Habeas corpus proceedings have been instituted in the cases of the children taken to Arizona by representatives of the New York foundling asylum and taken from the persons with whom they were placed and adopted by other families- A commmission has been appointed to summon a jury and take testimony concerning the sanity of Brodie L Duke now confined in a sanitarium at hushing Long Island It is claimed that Duke is deprived of his liberty without due process of law Official records of Ellis Island N Y show that for the first month of the new year Immigration to this country is likely to exceed all records The Chicago Press club celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of its founding with a banquet Col George Harvey of New York and Gov Cum- mins of Iowa were among the prin cipal speakers Threw persons were killed two fa tally and about a score more or less seriously injured in a wreck on the Santa Fe threo miles south of Raton N M between tho eastbound Califor nia limited and a freight train The wreck was ono of the worst that has happened on the Las Vegas division Senator Albert J Bevoridge and Congressman James A Hemmenway wero chosen by the republican joint caucus of the Indiana legislature as candidates for United States senators the latter to succeed VicePresident elect Fairbanks The democrats nom inated Ben F Shlvley ENTIRE FAMILY WiPED OUT Terrible Results of a Dwelling House Fire in Upper New York j 1 The Kiitire Knmlly of William T Hnton a I ntvyr mid u Uomciitlc J Siilfouated or Ilumed New York Jan 16Wm T Meson a lawyer and his family consisting ot wife and two chUdren Ellen four years old and Marion six months with a servant Annie Wells lost theh lives in a Ire which partially destroyed the brown stone dwelling occupied by and1Thirtietbing Although neighbors say they hoard cries of murder and burg j lars the policy found nothing to in dicate that the fire was not acci Wjavefather and youngest child were un touched by the flames rnd those of the others were probably burnod after they lord died t WhOjheardthe house by breaking windows of the parlor floor but were driven back bj5 the smoke The firemen were unaol to enter until after the lower part of the house and the halls had been burned out S The charred bodies of Mrs Mason the servant and the fouryearold child were found in a closet nndeix uUJ roof scuttle through which they are supposed to have been attempting to escape 4 MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE IfrnuU Ilnltiimii Convicted nt Ka li nn M City Mo ot the 11l1rllerj of Clarence Meyer Kansas City Mo Jan Hfteldeliberating six hours a jury ill the criminal court in this city brangHt In a verdict of murder in the fret degree against Frank Holtman who was tried for complicity in the killing of Qiiu eneo Meyers a printer at the tetters home in this city on the night of May 10 last Mrs Aggie Meyers widow of the raurderec man is in the county jail for complicity in the same crime Holtman was convicted upon life own confession which was the testimony upon which the prosecution based IIts case The defense offered practically no testimony The murder atxorling to the confession was premeditated and most brutal- MEMBERS OF STATE BOARDS CJov Folk ot 31 M ourl AmiounccM Wliom He Will sane On St LOUiN JI r M Jelr4VIQn City rf Folk stated to a corretponuent that he had decided to appoint A C Stew art general counsel for the St Lads Union Trust Co president of the St Louis board of police commissioners i This position is now held by William G rye who succeeded Hanry It fAndrewf Mr Folks former assistant is wade president of the board of election cod missioners fiiif John r Lee will be the other deal lJoaiIkDjamln repurHeaDSt A RUSSIANJ QUAKER COLONY s iTlicjci TlioiiNnml Stnuis to Settle XearJ LaM tneleM Cal 0I New York Jan 1Two hunlrt- housand Russian Quakers are coning to this country to establish a perma nent colony near Los Angeles cfl according to P A Deamens wo claims to have been at one utaca- ptain in one of the regiments cojs posing the Russian imperial gdni Deamens says he was banished Min Russia several years ago after he mid become a member of the sect mown Molokanys and refused to bear aims He came to this country and aoUlMfln Los Angeles where beat once shout arranging for the perms t establishment of the colony of 3f kanys DORPtliTORY FOR TUSKEGEE I jDclnnttiItooUer T tynelilu ton J ICincinnati Jan 16 Stopping be tween trains in Cincinnati Mr BooKer T Washington received a gift ML a new dormitory for his inetitiifffat Tuskcgee Ala The donor ise3i ss EHsaRoth Julia Emery now living In Europe quite advanced in years J She has filroady given two dormitoSos and as a third was required her lBroth l1orherlug pASpringfield Ill Jan 14srry brotEenor1mpljl a position as secretary in tJe ot flce of Gov Yates at the statehouse t e thlttawThornton Ark Jan lilrs tanCY Payne aged 55 died here SI11111 Fell known throughout Calhou coon tv 1 DUAL ASSOCIATIONS NOW i he Cattlemen Wouldnt Stniid for Ainiintlon AVI tli tilt Hiillroitil and iuclilnjr littt ro tn Donver Col Jan HThe National lYe Stock association was rent in vain by the adoption of a new consti ution which admitted the packers to membership and provided an open poor through which the railroads of the country may at any time become factors in the control of the organla Ion The cattlemen horse and swlno towers together with representatives pf some of the affiliated industries re fused to agree to the new constitution ithdrew when they considered its adoption probable and formed a new organization under the name of tho American Stock Growers association whose aim will be to wield a dominant influence in the interest of the cattle growerThe cattlemen have from the fir t strongly opposed the admission into their organization of the packers and particularly of the railroads They claimed that these two influences would ultimately dominate the cattle growing industry of the country to the detriment of the individual grower and they refused to remain in an o- rg nbfttion which included their rep resentatives among the members of its central body The defection in the ranks of tho association came after a long session in which the arguments were at times torrid and where the parliamentary tangles were so frequent and so com plex that it was impossible to follow themIn the new organization representa tion Is to be of Individual members only and it will not be an amalgama tion of associations as is the case with the older organization FOUGHT UNSEEN FLAMES Pour hours Stubborn Irght VltU Ilrc In the SeliwarKNiiliilil o Sulx Lorler Jleer IlouMe lit Ohlonu Chicago Jan It Thirtylive companies of Chicago firementifor four hours fought a fire in the beef storage department of Schwarzschild g Sulz berger company at the stockyards and when the Ire was finally put out not over 5000 damage had been done The peculiar conditions surrounding the place where the fire had its origin was what caused all the trouble In order to retain a frigid atmosphere in the beef storage section sawdust had been packed Into a space eight feet wide between the walls This sawdust became ignited presumably from spontaneous combustion and although streams of water from more than a score of engines were poured into the space between the walls It bad no noticeable effect on the fire for four hours AI tkte timp the men were nsgitinsan unseen iirfj as tijfJlUmes were invisible TRAGEDY OF THE STRIKE Suicide tif a lo iion Ii Ht Weaver at Vail River HasaThree I MIU- IIMxcrH Xrnrly Ucitil Fall River Mass Tan 16Sunday which began the twentysixth week of its continuance added its quota to the tragedies associated with the cotton mill strike here John Neville a weaver who with his crippled wife had suffered much laid down the paper after reading of the failure of the strike conference at Boston and crossing the room to a looking glass drew a razor across his throat He tied immediately Three striking loom fixers James Logan Michael Waddington and Peter Hudson who since the mills closed have lodged together in one small room were found unconscious from illuminating gas and removed to a hospital They will recover REUBEN WILLIAMS EDITOR The Veteran Editor of the Northern liiillnnlnu and Wnwmv stud Tint CM SMcctimliN Warsaw Ind Jan 1GGeu Rcubea Williams editor of the Northern in dianaian and Daily Times of Warsaw died at his home here Sunday as the result of exposure while returning from the inauguration of Gov Hanley at Indianapolis He was 73 years of age and had edited the Northern In dianian here for 50 years being one 04 the oldest editors in the state Ha was a colonel during the civil war ROSSEUTCONFESSES tdtnitM IlnviiiR Trloil to Ilion Up Frederick the Grent Statue an Steamer Umbrln Philadelphia Jan 16 Gessler Ros seau has confessed to being time man who attempted to dynamite the statue of Frederick the Great In Washington and also to having placed the infernal machine on the steamship Umbria oa July 9 190 This was after New York and Philadelphia detectives with their various witnesses had Identified the dynamiter in both capacities Wedded Seventy Yeiir Mason City la Jan 16Mr ant Mrs Silns W Bond celebrated their scenUeth wedding anniversary The huflbond Is 94 and his wife 91 They ark in good health They claim to havobaten married longer than aay couple in the United States Money For Catholic Cniverilty Washington Jan IGJ P Morgan It is said has donated 10000 to tha Catholic University of America and Senators Aldrich and ElkIns h8erslv en the institutlcn 5250 apiece SUffERED BY PE RU HA whoFROM A PLAIN TALK On a Plain Subject in Language Tho comingwintMrwlll cause at onehalf of the women to have colds coughs pneumonia or tion Thousands of women will their lives and tens of thousands KEEPPERUNA PERUNAIN HOUSE acquire some chronic ment from which they never recover Unlcssyou take the essary precautions chances arc that you read this will bo ono of tho unfortu nateones Little or no risk need berun if Peruna is kept in the house and at the first appearance of any symptom of catarrh taken as directed on the bottle Peruna is a safeguard preventative a specific a cure forallcases of catarrh acute and chronic coughs colds con sumption etc For free medical advice address Dr S IJ Tlartman President of The Hart man Sanitarium Columbus Ohio p QUALITY MOTTO T ern NOT 111 nrR FIXE UA vnoltTFU toU i3ct to B305andAgeatsM5a Worlduannrtarlei oLI9 1he whipping post has lately been sug as a cure for about everything ex cept finance Nv by not try it on thtN Y Mail The 1906 Calendar of N W Ayer Son of Philadelphia is 14x23 inches and de for office or library The color some is gray andwhite awl is very har Ihcso Calendars a etaadv sale for years at twentyfive cents each for this sum which covers cost and postage a may be had as lBg as the lasts The man who struggles unsuccessfully iff apt to feel that has been of the decisionlJuck A Guaranteed Cure for Piles PIlcsYourOtSTMEsr tails to in 0 to 14 50c A great mind will neitber give in affro tior bear RELIEF J intendent of 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Inre her and POSITIVE PiLJjJoorlrcolddreuAiAKESIH Trlbuno PATENTS4Spnge book RitE hetiITz1ilnLIJ reference On c T 2t1T T jv ITX t r t tI i tt I r 4 ii i i ir t tt i S t i i x Hickman Courier Published Every Monday HICKMAN KENTUCKY THE WftKJS I 1EvI TERSELY OUTLINED An Epitome of the Most Important Events at Home and Abroad the Past Week CONGRESS WORK IN NUTSHELL latent HcvclppmentM In the Uiisso JnimncKe IVnr Together With Items of Interest Culled Krom the Important llnppciiiiiKN All Over list World CONGUKSS The impeachment charges on which Judge Oharles Swayne wtn be tried Save been presented to the house by to ITheIIj j the transportation of lottery tickets between tho state applicable to transportation between the states and ter ritories was passed by the senate The houso pasted the Shackelford resolution authorizing the committee on interstate compare to investigate the Panama Railway Co The senate passed the legislative ex ecutive and judicial appropriatio- nbill The senate passed a bill extending the law relative to the intimidation of witnesses in federal courts to wit nesses before United States commis sioners Tug AVAR 11IFall KAST Ties Japanese assert that the Rus sian Cossacks in their raid on New Qhwaitg violated neutral territory and thus enlarged the boundaries of the war zone It is intimated from St Petersburg that a movement by cavalry of large proportions may be foreshadowed by the recent raid below Llao Yang A Yinkow dispatch says that Gen Wistchenkos raiding force was cut off on its way hack by SOOO Japanese dispatched by Gen Oku from Satnlihoo Russian cavalry reconnalsances in Jtfancburia are being met by the Jap anese with vigor and success The Japanese press is discouraging criticism of the Russians at Port Ar thur in destroying their ships and other property pending the capitula tion aad give the Russians credit for stopping the destruction as soon as the capitulation was signed Vladivostok the Siberian capital is to bo the next object of attack by the Japanese who purpose carrying out a plats of operations similar to that followed at Port Arthur The Russian cruller Izumrud is re turning to Port Said on the way to Cronstadt in a badly damaged condi tion She belonged to Admiral Bo rtrovskys squadron The correspondent at Port Arthur tif tho London Dally Mail says that on January S 20 Japanese were Jellied by the explosion of a contact Mine Insideone of the forts and that two mines in the town also exploded- A rumor is current at Port Louis Island of Mauritius that a Japanese squadron is at Uiego Garcia Chigos islandsThe first batch of Russian prisoners from Port Arthur has arrived at Na Jaeald Japan consisting of 50 officers and 1600 enlisted men Gen Nogi rePorts to Tokio that the turning over of the pqblic property at Port Arthur by the Russian officers has been completed 0ISXRKAI MS1VS ITKHS Chicago firemen had a stubborn fight with a tire that developed in the saw dustpacked wails of the beef storage Image of the Schwarzschild Suiz berter company at the stockyards The loss was not over 5000 I John Brant one of the publishers of I the Yeedersburg Ind News was 4 barIberI rgII white the two were going over books got an Odtl Fellows lodge of which Eekburg was an officer The latter then killed himself Frank Flo an artificer in the Sev enth fifld battery stationed at Fort Riley Khs was found dead on the Un on Paellic tracks about a mile from Junction City Kas He had been struck by a train The tone of the rescript address of the czar to the Russian army and navy Is regarded in London as putting an end to all present hopes of mediation or peace and as indicating that Gen Kuropatkin will soon assume the offensive An attempt was made at Moscow to assassinate Gon Trepoff Three shots were fired by a young man in student garb but none took effect Congressman Vespasian Warner of Illinois has been decided upon by the pm Jcnt as ponslon commissioner to succeed Commissioner Ware resigned VS Eames of St Louis was elect J cd president of the American Institute of Architects at its session in Wash iattrnCapt Halstead Dorey who was ra contly wounded in a light with Moros In Samar Island wau at one time placed ins two morgue at Mpntauk roKJas dead Ho has made three r rlps to the Philippines since as mill taVcattache with various general or ricers Simon n Burt rd who left Canton Mo in 1886 going to Virginia City Mont where he became one of the best known among the pioneer citizens of that state is dead A denial comes from Essen Ger many of the report that Bertha Krupp only child and heiress of the late Herr Krupp is engaged to be married to Dr Heck of Rhtedt Rhenish Prussia Senator Scott of West Virginia has drafted a bill designed to cut down the cavalry branch of the army to ten reg imentsThe Episcopal clergy of western Mis souri have invented a new term for the remarriage of divorced persons They call it tandem polygamy The coal miners at their convention in Indianapolis are expected to take steps to place the organization on a war footing for another struggle in 1906 The cruiser St Louis now under contraction on the DoIuware riverII will be ready to go Into action whenII she is launched This is a new de parture in warship buildingjj Hon Elmer J Burkett will be tho youngest man in the United States senI ate when hI takes his seat as ORe of Nebraskas senators He was born in Iowa in I8i7 Miss Oonrteney Thomas a Missouri girl will sing la operatic roles at Monte Carlo for the remainder of the theIfound unconscious on the street at Kansas City Mo evidently suffering from poison and died at the police station He was a freshman in the art department of the Kansas univer sityThe National LiVe Stock association has been disruptedl the cattlemen horse and swine growers who were opposed to affiliation with the railroad and packing interests drawing out and forming an independent organization Chief Wilkie of the United States secret service announces the appear ance of a new and very deceptive coun terfeit twodollar silver certificate of series I8t Lyons register Roberts treasurer Uinesses for the defense in the Smoot case at Washington testified that polygamy is dying out in Utah so rapidly that there is no need of pros ecutions Fire destroyed the new theater and several eiber buildings at Neepawa Manitoba causing a loss of 50000 The ecclesiastical court of inquiry at Reading Pa cared to consider charges against Bishop Talbot has adjourned stifle die the members deciding that the body was uncanonical ly constitutedA movement has been inaugurated by the Order of Red Men in Petersburg Va for the erection of a monument to Chief Powhattan and his daughter Pocahontas The county treasurers vault in the Fulton county court house In Waoseon 0 was blown open by oUt cracksmen who Mired from ftOflO to llOOfe Count Pueckler Germanys most noted Jew baiter has been sentenced in Berlin to six months in jail for public incitement to disobedience of tlu laws and violence of one class against another Silas Garber who served as govern or of Nebraska from 1S74 to 1878 died at Omaha He was a native of Ohio settling in Nebraska in 1S79 Former Gov Morgan G Bulkeley of Connecticut was chosen by the re pjtiblic caucus at Hartford as candi date for United States senator to suc ceced Joseph R Hawley who will re tire on account of impaired health Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Mas sachusetts has been renominated to succeeed himself and Senator W Mur ry Crane to fill the unexpired term of Mr Hoar which he holds by appoint mentCablegrams received in St Louis announce the death of August Anheuser Sr at Krueznach Germany from heart trouble He was a first cousin of Mrs Adolphus Busch of St Louis Rev J C Hartzel Methodist Episco pal bishop of Africa has wit l for Liverpool en route to his fled of la borThe German mine owners at a meeting in Essen resolved under no circumstances to yield to the demands of the miners and to suppress the strike by every possible means even ar the cost of hundreds of millions of marks Habeas corpus proceedings have been instituted in the cases of the children taken to Arizona by representatives of the New York foundling asylum and taken from the persona with whom they were placed and adopted by other families A commmisslou has been appointed to summon a jury and take testimony concerning the sanity of Brodie L Duke now confined in a sanitarium at Flushing Long Island It is claimed that Duke is deprived of his liberty without duo process of law Official records of Ellis Island X Y show that for the first month of the new year immigration to this country is likely to exceed all records rhe Chicago Press club celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of its founding with a banquet Col George Harvey of New York and Gov Cum mins of Iowa were among the prin cipal speakers Three persons were killed two fa tally and about a score more or less seriously injured in a wreck on the Santa Fe three miles south of Raton N M between the eastbound Califor nia limited and a freight train The wreck was ono of the worst that has happened on the Las Vegas division Senator Albert J Bevoridge and Congressman James A Hemmenway wore chosen by the republican joint caucus ot the Indiana legislature as candidates for United States senators the latter to succeed VicePresident elect Fairbanks The democrats nom In ted ben F Shirley ENTIRE FAMILY WIPED1 OUT Terrible Results of a Dwelling House Fire in Upper New York The Kutire IiHiiilly or William T Jlnnon n Lawyer anti n Uomcntlc Siiffwvntetl or Uurituil New York Jan 16Wm T Mason a lawyer and his family consisting or wife and two children Ellen four years old and Marion six months with a servant Annie Wells lost their lives in a fire which partially delttoyed- the brown stone dwelling occupied by them at 133 West One Hundred and Thirtieth street early Sunday morn lag Although neighbors say they heard cries of murder and burg lars the police found nothing to in dicate that the Ire was not acci dental The whole family appears tc have been suffocated The ladles of thcj father and youngest child were untouched by the flames rnd those of the others were probably burned after they had died A policeman and a neighbor who heard the cries attempted to get into the house by breaking windows of the parlor floor but were driven back by the smoke The firemen were unanld to enter until after the lower part o the house and the halls had been burned out The charred bodies of Mrs Mason the servant and the fouryearold child were found in a closet linden ui root scuttle through which they Art supposed to have been attempting to escape MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE IfriiHk Ilnltiiiaii Convicted nt Ian linN City 3Io of the Murder tal Clarence Meyer Kansas City Mo Jan HAfterdeliberating six hours a jury IN the criminal court in this city brougjft in a verdict of murder in the first ftfcng against Frank Holtman who was triM for complicity in the killing of CUp enc Meyers a printer at the tatters home in this city on the night of May 10 lastMrs Aggie Meyers widow ot the murdered man is in the county Jail for complicity in the same crims Holtman was convicted upon his own confession which was the testimony upon which the prosecution based its case The defense offered practically no testimony Tie murder xccogttng Jo the confession was premeditate and most brutalij MEMBERS OF STATE BOARDS Gov Folk fif 3Ilnntirl Aitnt lCIC Whom He Will Name OaiSt Iouta t rU J n CItY Mo Folk tiled to a corrctpoouent Uat he had decided to appoint A C Stew art general counsel for the St Louis Union Trust Co president of the St RenfThisG Frye who succeeded Harry if Hawea 1 Andrew C Maroney of St Louli Mr Folks former assistant isI mad president of the hoard of election coil missionersiJohn P Lee will be the other dem boftiIknjamla repufUeansboardtA RUSSIAN QUAKER COLONY They Are Coining Two Hundred ThotiNnml Strong to Settle Near 100 tntLes tn1 ii- New York Jan 12 Two hundid thousand Russian Quakers are twin ng to this country to establish a perma nent colony near Los Angeles cfi according to P A Dearaens wo claims to have been at one uta 1poslag become a member of the sect kno +Molokanys and refused to bear acmB He came to this country and setufdpu Los Angeles where heat oncijpt about arranging for the permaMBt establishment of the colony of Mr Jkanys DORMITORY FOR TUSKEGEE ilJIlKM Hliziilicth John Bin orj oRCin cinnati Mitlse a Tliirrt Gift to hooker T Vaahinton i Cincinnati Jan li Stoppin be BookerTnevi dormitory for his institufijjat Tuskcgee Ala The donor isMiss UVfiiilnEuoJohas already given two donultoflos and as a third was required her oVolb acJlforherImmediate erection of the new uild lag If PcrSpringfield rry brotfiofI1nLpi d a position as secretary in tb of lice of Gov Yates at the statehouse tIhase tawstitI Tliornton Ark Jan 15Mrs ancY Payne aged So died hero tv well known throughoui SII11s DUAL ASSOCIATIONS NOVA lie Cattlemen AVoulrtnt Sin ml top Ainiliitlnn AVIth the Hiiilroiitl- ii and Inekliisr Interests i P Denver Col Jan HThe National fclve Stock association was rent in wain by the adoption of a new constl ftutlon which admitted the packers to membership and provided an open poor through which the railroads of Eie country may at any time become factor in the control of the organiza tion f The cattlemen horse and swine growers together with representatives fbf some of the affiliated industries re- usedjf to agree to the new constitution withdrew when they considered its adoption probable and formed a new organization under the name of the American Stock Growers association whose aim will be to wield a dominant influence in the interest of the cattle grower Tho cattlemen have from the first strongly opposed the admission into their organization of the packers and particularly of the railroads They claimed that these two influences mOUld ultimately dominate the cattlo screwing Industry of the country to the detriment of the individual grower and they refused to remain in an or ganisation which included their representatives among the members of its central body The defection in the ranks of the association came after a long session in Which the arguments were at times torrid and where the parliamentary tangles were so frequent and so complex that it was impossible to follow them In the new organization representation is to be of individual members only and it will not be an amalgama tion of associations as is the case with the older organizations FOUGHT UNSEEN FLAMES INrar Hours Stubborn irifht AVIth Ire lathu Sehtvaruialiflil Stilz- Lerger fled Iluuse Its U61cnlo Chicago Jan 18 Thirtyfive COal panies of Chicago firemen for four hours fought a fire in the beef storage department of Schwarzschild Sub berger company at the stockyards and when the fire was finally put out not over 5000 damage had been done The peculiar conditions surrounding the place where the fire had its origin was what caused all the trouble in order to retain f frigid atmosphere in the beef storage section sawdust had been packed into a space eight feet wide between the walls This saw dust became ignited presumably from spontaneous combustion and although streams of water from more than a score of engines were poured into the I space between the walls it had no noticeable effect on the Are for four hours AJl lte Jill the jam were UstfiUnsan unsew Ifrvsaa tt1 l lameswere invisible TRAGEDY OF THE STRIKE Suicide of a H Kioti IeHt Wearer at Pall lllvcr HlaiMM Tlirt Iouui Filers Nenrly Dead Fall River Mass Jan 16Sunday which began the twentysixth week of its continuance added its quota to tho tragedies associated with the cotton mill strike here John Neville a weaver who with his crippled wife had suffered much laid down the paper after reading of the failure of the strike conference at Boston and crossing the room to a looking glass drew a razor across his throat He died Immediately Three striking loom fixers James Logan Michael Waddington and Peter Hudson who since the mills closed have lodged together in one small room were found unconscious from illuminating gas and removed to a hospital They will recover REUBEN WILLIAMS EDITOR Tlie Veteran Killtor of the Northern liiiliuiilnn nod Warsaw iluilT- IlHCM SMCCIllllbM Warsaw Ind Jan 16Gen Reuben Williams editor of the Northern in diaaaian and Daily Times of Warsaw died at his home here Sunday as the result of exposure while returning from the inauguration of Gov Hanley at Indianapolis He was 73 years of age and had edited the Northern In dianian here for 50 years being one Oa the oldest editors in the state Ha was a colonel during the civil war ROSSEAU CONFESSES Almtt llavins Tried to Itlnir Up IfmderlcU the Great Statue au Steamer Uiubrin Philadelphia Jan 1C Gessler Roa senu has confessed to being the man who attempted to dynamite the statue of Frederick the Great in Washington and also to having placed the Infernal machine on the steamship Umbria oa July 9 19G3 This was after New York and Philadelphia detectives with their various witnesses had Identified the dynamiter in both capacities Wedded Seventy Ycnr Mason City IL Jan 1GAir ant Mrs Silas W Fond celebrated their sc ntleth wedding anniversary Tho hunband is 94 and his wife 91 Thej arto good health They claim to havoU ten married longer than any couple in the United States Money For Gntholic Ualver tty Wasliiugtor Jan 1GJ P Morgan it IS said has donated 10000 to the Catholic University of America and Senators Aldrich and Blklns haregiv- en the institutlcu S50 apiece SUffEREDFROM CURED BY Ft RU NA A PLAIN TALK On a Plain Subject in Plain Language- The coming win tor will cause at least one half of the women to have catarrh colds coughs pneumonia or consump tion Thousands of women will lose their lives and tens of thousands will KEEP PERIW IN THE- HOUSE acquire some chronic nu ment from which they will never recover Unless yon take the nec essary precautions the chances are that yon 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dra fnitawn Thursday rc IiJ H r rt Miii1f Li hLFariela Tis iiDI fe1 tivcs1 in PacI 04 t fii0 w4 w L I a Dr John2Tiylorteal Jujc was m the city Friday 4 Wjl1fWttUicf ftiycttriatiedJn tIux city hursaty W L No Dofy H bUSKt9i tray ID 1 the city Tkuwdtiy f 1 JiJuo Q Adams our city1 electrician lirirbr 1iltbia4reekt- Wi1L 1aU o 1D uyceTUitodfrieD8 m tft txinyQ d4 B8coCT B 1yof HuinTy don 1 were in the city Fridar SJieHJilir the ccomodatiug expresi iy reportedneryr i this week s6er thatB MdV l n f Ii ofti fWitve 1 eJlt1 o fta eporl i iJf1 r ur f cHi 1rOr rt ti1 0 ift11teYr ro 7i I a lt t1oitft FJi1 8T m Jaafif 1JI Mrio i r 1tlfM fiiitwbecrib trtoCo iK er 1 1i beeror Hf wkAl1tbfem C1Jtd eTtOtlr Tllll1 ornfl r be withdrawn at aDt1e fl1 G it 1 I d iP Ittl r l FOR I SAL OR RENT I U 3AOIIoni rfnjhhr1In oIc8 1 n I ho04S tpYl1 iiv rrogtmsr Indiitlitbatldoom ut f1 ateliZbwttb has = old n J Q ri cHGU cesftrt 1 C sdas1064m qrtemliJ aclzgbts Apply to I1GlIc p 1J1J1 ri1lftrr lic T rrjj r FOR SALEjj f fIi j l 11l1 11 t West Hickman 1 W All 0uPi Jy Hood wtenantsI L PS r are nevfei Xfa good n f stm1entr 1 0 f L 1paYllg JH mSfiNUrjI i W M Cox the efficient managep z c f i Cumberland Telophtnm Car whb has been ill of fever for several weeks is Tel ported much hotter and wasahlo to tie at his oflico fur the first lime Monday all Of which wo ore glad to leantIrC ItfajuaRe license were issued t Jan li I totjt t Mrteibi to 2fiRS Fannie Cleak wild J atrt lfJ1ittt tilxt311iu Giiminoos The t aittefSty5s prefofnicd at the de gceof e iTf r ttUD Sassafras Sriigtd rlun Q Ccirftyf iafe tlie same tie Yfw tp ial4 n life of liupinesg oj N 1ca I 1 iti tfrliCN Iittd soma 1 roesfi m c aKiy etd 8yJaiC 130t 1905 at DtOO ltRol Pt l0 a i y I enAtI furyt Jim Brice throws re following bofftjiet atl Col 1 N Bramham of Woo fancP in the last issue of the- Nevs u IofIii II iiO Cato Davis jrv reports that qur trt edcorrsrrndtIt toc1d= rTrt t 7 a ndU Ishha gall roCcidoierr- sire mertant alfdadies ma dg ilirij Bramham is in bed sufl faring with grippe This is the man from wbipse lips fall honjetf words pf meltingweet s lIdrig1 drawnout whenever hef hears he I rusilingo f silk or calicor JHWdll I warrant that iit a delutafidn pEWdqd lands beautiesytfli ateTidbtiJ himi andfRresent him i Wth a bouquet hell umP upsdundfand well make em is tbJMLJ Jf eJ f- 14ruSjoany l ttl n 0Social Items j lylrs Jtienry Buchanan 3vt a opla buildirig in honor tf h4r Ouest Mrsl louise Eir Moore 4iMcs ifipnrai YJienges of Neyr Jersey rt Inthr- ecetvlrgparty d were Mrs Juchahiu J aticithegiiest of h ntIEi Ittri Biidf j1witi i of iavendar and djf5 face anil Mre t Wletiges wore a tOnaIa of fcflatkvoir oVer taffeta with J hiffdn applique Mrs Buchananisamostdhaimmfe hos tess and the sptsion wasoact the most enjoyable of this seasonif- unctions if and DZ fs jfi Baltzer eliter tamed a few friends Friday everiinff with Progressive BTrich J HrsT T Sear entertained ismall r parly atwHiI U air Stturfey aft rho no 111ti n 1n ril i DrtA4 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eatablisbdent 1 regentljtmaI I fiJIwill conduct business an c- ItattireM4Bifrbes safdi1zt be Ivfdptiedicthis e line ofbusjnesS Well rnlb8tJNr- C dIpIil I drt I0 fi jrlffjt 7 l 1 1J1ot Springs 4ca eii m 1jj Yn sdoiIJo 1 I I alu I1 r1 itJH SIr Csprars9np q4 e itall rQ pU- tiacgopptantiiiutbenfi frKk1lo yt firs wjth tlWli ijt 1ii 8t k IBrraaalpcalS- i mkhnsn SAeP3gd ipP t1QJilWIil tbe JUQkUJ HgclalcoAflftg 1gpltTktgper- We cougr4tuJ 11 iiitipJItJ Jllkzer2PD IgoQcltortnuejnI eeuripg 9Wh an ubl5rraanfor tisi reaponii to potiitjpu IIANTEf rb W G N I SPOKES x JHTf r I tfri tr rM n ThoHickriiUnrlWagon Uo wkntY6ne willigdwhtt gait aagon 4PO1 iRIl 90 thq atcceJp sies Pd ffii 1 c itIA 1 lJ HHLbrUI 1 ac i i A K tdrn Medicinei 1 t I ey I I I t1r11 jf1 i r fif t 1t fJ 51 yJ t U9 CItLI IgI A CURE8a1 1t 1 I 0 1 T 1 qfttl fit 1 PpSIl Ii I 11 1 it fl TIJ 1I1 I I 1I f kcCeptMI iS1ttlfte II ni J i diI t 1 t9A ICiuY 51 i 1fb1MUtIJ1ft 11I U 1 ji i I fIfrrrJefi9 is 3 mred 1Mi JI illc eaaoU i 1II 3ii 11Ii IS r op a iJ92 vl1nJ iorttr 0 i 1 SOLD eVERVWHERE t P8ICtilWMMIt 1 ff r i1fl Ilia Iin n Jo11f it lrrh 2hht1 u p i ii 1Ct r UiI 1 J fiiH i 11I ot fIB 1U90i11 Iii it c HEbWH Vtr ELbtSONli PLCIALIi iAGN15l Ih1 Icuunn 1I1r1 I1r zd0ttrlitrlyoJ1tr r i t 1I 1r I 1I 1r 1 lI lI i 1 1i 1r 1r 1t rt a t i r 4 41- t t t ji r J fI 1 1 t lI r1 4 j4 I tmRBUftr J I Jr 1C fz1 OHAPTE1t r Xi I was weak and like millions who have gone before and myri ads who will follow was borne o- neudtlectiauutheD PID9t runt to the whirlpool rapids In l4ftlirl toglLl fl nclwlvsel f f8 1J with death1 i disgrace dishonor w dr fld and a dreary future befpiiefr me From the lowest depths of hfiraAnityl utter a doleful rXtail and cry for mercy t- orHjnsfcice but the Y9icrl viewed from your stQgdjioinoOfis silent whio 9 thousand human voices cry Let 1l1 Lvtitepenaltrhe strlnnc- lheedsleti3slje1ie1b9 1of a murdV driHlkhtdh1Gined land wrecked soulj So I stand beforo you and 1lf vain cry for a Fe r halllctJWpAlYo 11Af1I will help me The law requires iup die and die I must 42 t case is hopeless but I now warn1 y you to be feady for that higher court 501 lii T Ppq J Uty c s- EIt is nU at s lily ecbl tJr the United States pf America to which I appeal iTuE the court of tn li Tieit tJI this Court till e t Vf c I1rL i Christ who has all the authority il1J1 eaven nnS on earth will cJ8 I the judge The saints and angelst wmtret1 jttrs rPnm James JohiJJujUau lNand all of the inspiredYipdst1Esi t t nd evan gel st will le tJie tttoruoys 1111 J the YdowTnd 6HhVn crfifii i iota wrecked l9mes blasted i live lost souls poverty stricken d1s racRd dishonored ruiJ1a8 e I unfortunate humanity will rise 1 uj before you and demand ells tice Your own lives will be th iwiiiesses for or against toil t lEver vote you cast every influ dffitx lt herttrQo JJ ztain5tIJk dtmningrltHght1mgrl i t blasting 1CQrxqptilrg whisky traffic 1 yiUtestify in yourTfixypn or 1 I tilst buii r t fll t J1lt1u1Itgentlemen and fjellpjw1 ci s iZeit ire nfesponsilblefx iiufi ii mt ttes tour mfu9uae ywir Son timents your opininns and before i and impartialrand just judge III I our icase will be tried This jj- J ijfednot udall a nil Ttin glad it foes not Earthly courts often err but this court bofor which IfshajhhuveJ another trialI and lfb1 y lol ytt UihaliI be- ilr5U ri aiever erx1lI IJ nla t l licelie1 tIeJIIIll te 3 death docslAttf1bgi t the JtdiJ fore HifP foitnot1 give jltMi6 tlieinnttitt who suffer frSm the frhc of the ZIangflln F1115ky trl11 t 9 thedtsthhriosIJ ialohnsdtVd the making buying and sellingiplE stiori Jt pifld 1 not be without vPuHtfoHSfe- ntpr iaieu yow whPl lipidl tho 11jdAllyc r HieYVHgreatest Qfiiflll evils rtmi QQjjUlyI rdistill rrIr tiM 1 tg BB J tileil MtJH iip asimfucbl responsible for tiierex 11gflllibh1 bftl di1iFJ1ehons1si1 r I A rf9Jiotni Jittle more sot 11 utE q CYlLt1 1 I ktN1 Nien a saloon without the consent of slrtEyVt ri I e J then ttiPlS a Vtmuch bt1wm1iil forfliesalooar tr j Jiis Ltit fftbowJuskY tra1tc1 1 t 1 ftrle111iincl J rc3G al dII5 theliobvVbudrofr 1lCet6f 1 1lpst and uf fchousanfl mHtaftdwlI 1rinf JUelrbbmr 1 u tlnrrthqarmofllcr1 1n tl prfthl 1 cf l1 I SSrtr1ou 110t agree WI l JUt aoa grntlelnehralc1ffslWSB 1i obus and matt tVh iailutic for so stating tojjav bt111 nark what I say and vfi en you1 taUt betbV eel ii triM Y fH4j triejtfor v uICtvj jffi ylwrlti lHg 2hce yonr sentiments your p- laec ilMMb Slotlrlo5 rallf y1oiJT a herflowlemUFrLluy ydI toyou today This is not tIl Cast act of a terrible tragedy nor he lasfcwme or tliej1 gt Bjjf1 Mjj I Jcath Jdl Jhe5alJwsisv H6tt be the last In this court onlyi mi n in lniuriir rtii tiiilmr court all will be tried Think 4 atlSxllyoti citzr E= tpF rdc sauIt must Ue thattrccaa s lmbb g dcome hut wo- curif that 1teJ8 by vhqni thj3fr cdinalli IjfSvefco bfifrter for hnh that a millstone were hanged fid preilrowIIedI jutluuL itoU 4ie ahouldClJIAj onb of my little ones to stumble was one 9f the little ones tbe Oak anhyMrfho VoteAi1 for Vile whisky trnllic the distillery the Uroivol K 1antllilllc l lontfplti eiTt stnmbling block in your weakii brptltyrft wflftrIuull ftps Tjue who are stron tiebinfirm ia1 of theI t weak I i- I i fjetf ndmlnj ar1usltlJ oJ 1l yin UP f you made it harder for me to do rightI lou placed 9lltemptation which1in mv pKvoakness did notLtrmst nm Svhen you saw me stumble instead of coming to iniVjrjg fiUfo ou made it easier for me to etuu p b ttri nit ttC01tS 1 for the existence of the salooi Wheily ia aw I wasuenk alIdjj knew die cause of my weakness you blriil Hiave tried 1A remove the citi bse This you did not do 15vfls yurbrother aiifl you my inJl1ngty 4- 1Should help the weak Everyf rT rr TX V- cluld who enters thIs world has soiue stcpncLOU to jud tip or itt lliesGJlfd d1Acr Jt1f1 d trlotllCrk n ilu nc und Jl li fulcll1t nre esentinl to the growth develop meet I and prosperity or fler weal Innd helpless infant 1Yhat the t hone is to the lienplessl child the cluirch should bq to the babes of ofethe church theleatltQclub and also of society and before 91yoti k1jbhtHmJg3df in I tucinuolnoueufSwout = raiisedoar lttlQfinger1 bo reclaim lllP or re mpre the stuJiibling block floh1JJJ under jiymisgvjdwtfee1utfiiiri i end tuldeVl atorteby tohbiiutiiii ft x jyou saw my ruin wfcs inevitauloi My wife visited every saloon in ilpJ108an Lgel them IInabt1Dffl1iq gi11t 5v I1 idrlIg rc li l lv g I Ia e t irlT t1iifcL1l ijrxs DI buri nl R Ch lf te IcllhwJfu t= tier fl6 rr 4jftmd hab e14t il4sTCer t7 timili 1trom at diuukirrti1 scn SL i n1 i g cdiiiiifialbl j liela lu 11r tt rnr 1 1 eltristlMIi wtJnitYp rJIv rt111fniri hmdWiljchJtnl oIW t I thiS tlJJotttcUIUgl um1 1 fti tIl a1tr n ui1l1io1Jothers5vt1 N ing- GRfNl1 ztr1Y 1Iiir ftrUt lei MWfus ye y ittteedec noteilly d poor ri eliuii= i y I he ltrt broken wife the shanty in ifhicil ItiJaM well as the b aiififull home Iost1cflJcricd fdr voiiAcnnce The snJdbn leep er wWm you protecrad robbedI 1 III me qffin3 iomef took sul of me whetii I was lioJplesa uiull I I deprived me of my iightsT milll r 110 one said to him Nitty YouI sat still Anti saw mcj lull my family swept by the rising swell ing rushing tidp and raised notjj your hand to rescue us Don theages past and gone tlteVe Conies riliriliga voice froni sone of Jehovahs prophets4 t eriibhi swoepi ng IieurtSQtrchf- In voice t afja Silieii ffielieut scene in tliis terrible tragedy shall l J3jiV6 IwZ bean V trtl v qand niightvbaskfsaFSdhJ and brewers shall stand before Gads frfbnid that voice = Woe unTiiliTiii lilr tiftefliJ1f iotEle 11fifi1m fffi it d11rwg 19 I ialysour ears aid idpt ou From qn His throne through ktis prOpneTlind also through Jiii oic tli4 WpiJ biiJed glri T YlJ1 h 1l1HCIf n nit the saloon Iceeper to put the t1hrttirtlf liilIs Ithiththlstnn J cNiiqYn3rsl1pn Iv1jit 7 lgifin w fV tit j fall upon tuisi stone skul UebrotieTiVlii j uSj1 ll vllouj t sWII fc1l l will rr fItl 1111 td IJ 5 llt 1 ft upon J t1I and was broken that will 1 r tj illii1l1 i i1J lpowder No loan or nation t1t1id Jifh litG1 WOeJEgainet the whisktokflffic in every shape rand fOm t1arels a woea curser 110m the 1be- MrinkEh7 the seller the mak r and those who by their votes iuo1lcrarcjIlcIudedinthQ woe=and none need expect to escape Jaisti e vh be meted pt to allj j I i j fToi I I ttshr B 1 k St I ro i Spleii lidi Selection pf l rtlt l TJQ ER d t 41 NOTIONS li C ll nd9eerottrStock- E6tt Even up to 9aleIiI V f tt- MARY BERENDES Co f 3T JcaJlt t t 250 to 500 per ton Delivered pronvjthrfton or more for cnsh All orders for less thllp1 n I can be obtained from i small wagon that i rill Ow vi call daily ii tARISJRyii- A l 1 I X = Jf J nNDURANT iJi friaT J iio f v t JSisuraircelvI oj Real Estate yr rr2tQ1ltcao crLedfQrd Rttndef5 fit r j J1- II t J I 1 1 I LIOIQrkN rKXr I I J h 1J W RONBBK 1 ifL111FYGR f IIukmari K- Fili n tivi rii d 3ivifjfiip v estates t tlII I I nefI i I r ifttirl J mil I t s lr fjL j 14 w TmS Craneoff California md sof f red for yeiins from rheumatism and 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PUBLISHED BY HICKMAN NEWSPAPER CO INCORPORATED M 1 SHAW President 1 T DAVIS secretary md Trewnrer H D tSIIAW Editor r nERFECT harmony to disgrace K onrailway rate legislation is jounced for the Senate and House BE fishing business in England 41will improve now that it is stllnliomincedrensky will not return to Europe jEV DR IRVINE says it is k hard for a priest without charge to make a living Some them with charges are labor I iltf under the Same difficulty Ir YftN ASPIRANT to a consulship v e from Indiana is advertised as a talented orator Our con suls need all equipment of more languages rather than so much American oratory fItMY and nd naval officers a the White House reception- introducedvMipbe by their title- lea ead of their names There willnever4e harmony until they are designated by numbers i EORETARY HAY urges the r appointment ofl minister to lIP perhapsthatUrIye to break the windows of a le T gation than a conulateV IEUTENANT GOVERN OR Thorne has lost none of Ins influence over our Senate Many xclunges comment on how uickly his well chosen words himf1i hisSh6dy I THE Louisville Commercial Club advertises the advantages of Louisville taxing regular space hn the Louisville Times In run nunsoveri some of the artcles we began to think of many things orefer other nearby cities and decided that our town could also put up a right good speil CONGRESS has finally decided the use of the pension office in Washington Peopleareof congresscame from solicitude for the building for it was of this structure that General Phil Sheridan said The worst tIling about it is that it is fireproof hat is off to Judge Bonk Card OUR of Alayfield who has jest been renominated for city judge of our neighbor city Its a cold day when hunk fails to scratch under the wire He has the qualities of a duck as well as those of a race horse aud when he takes to the water he snls along to the goal just as easily ns when he is making a tun for it Luck and long lire to Judge Bunk Gardner Clinton Gazette We say the same and more Bunk is one of the squarest rounders we ever knew3 we read the EdwardsWIlEN Vhite contest at Washington from the Eleventh District ofour statewhen we read the highclass mud slinging indulgedi in by our Senator Blackburn and our Governor Beckham when wo read the va riousthings that have been writ teirl In the fights in aur own tj county we are tempted to i believe theres truth in the end- ingI of a piece of poetry that came out afeJ years ago that poi 9 tics is the damndest iir Ken Itucfcy fUAA7E we put a democrat or a republican in the White House iJo question has been morefrequently asked in the re- Publican cloak mewlsof congress than this and it hag been reiterated nitre than eversincehio president sent to congress the annual report of Colninissionqr aoft C6rY l 6rari6lis Garlieldswlio t i adopts as Iris chief recomntendn tion after a years study of fed eral control of trusts a scheme first proposed by William Jennings Bryan at a civic federation banquet in Chicago six or seven years ago This scheme consists of prohibiting all corporations from engaging in interstate business i until they have procured federal licenses and complied with such conditions as congress may impose jT17E HAVE come to tht part- ingli of the wasH said the president to a republican sena tor recently We must now decide whether the republican party shall stand for a square deal for every man be he great or small influential or insignifi cant whether it shall improve its opportunity to curb corporate greed and prove to the people that it stands fur theif interest or whether it shall merit the name given it by the democrats the party of special privileges and vested interests What reply the senator made to the motseas foolsHe talks like a wildeyed demo crat If he goes on at this rate he will soon be a bigger socialist than Bryan a bigger anarchist than Debs If Mr Roosevelt could hear what the national leg islators in his own party are say ing of his policies and his aims en such an individual as he would feel a sickening sensation Convention at Columbus The Legislative Committee ol the First Legislative District mer at Oayce Saturday lost and called a convention to meet at Colum bus March 4th for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Legislature to represent Hickman and Fulton Counties in the next General Assembly THE BOOM OF BIG GUNS Senator Blackburn Fires First Followed by a Salty Reply from Gov Beckham Washington Jan 14 Senator Blackburn before leaving for Kentucky gave out a statement this afternoon which he declares defines his position Outside of his expressed enmity toward Governor Beckham he mi kes n plea for party harmony and out lines what he believes must be done to save the state from re publican rule In the first place snid he- hI desire it to be known thnt 1 have no interest whatever in any business before the Kentucky legislature 1 nm going there to pay my respects to the assembly as I have done for thirty years As to my reelection UK senator I am filled with the utmost confidence of my ability to return to my duties here by the honest voter of the people I hnve triod to serve I desire to announce that during the coming summer and fall I shall devote every day j to service to the democratic par ty I shall hold myself subject to the callof every democratic candidate for the leislature Nether he be for or against me Every democrat in Kentucky has a claim on my services at any time and can command lug I am disgusted with the narrow view of politics taken by some persons In the last election 12000 republicans who voted for Jolla W Yorhes in 1000 stayed away from the polls Tellmc with this knowledge that Ken tucky is safely democratic The legislature which will elect me will be democratic but what about the next tine which is chosen with time state ticket and yhiqhwi II alpt Mc in nry4 sue cessor Therefore myi light for x better conditions is imper 1 because nothing between heaven meJmhainchine Senator Blackburn said jm pbaticIIHI have no bency in declaring my contempt for Becklinm his methods his machine and his conduct of party affairs 1 BSCKHILAMS CAUSTIC ANSWKR TO t BLACKBURN For over thirty years he has been the meretricious boneficia ry of popular indulgence As a member iti the two houses of congress and I challenge anyone in Kentucky or elsewhere i 1toii point to a single act of public service in all that tune he hae ever rendered to his state his country or his party Since hit present term began there has been but one question before the federal senate upon which Una distinguished senator has attract ed any public notice through this prass and that has been his su perb leadership and sleepless vigilance in the advocacyof Queen Lilliuokalani the dusky and deposed ruler of the Hawaiian Islands who blushingl seeks with Senator Blackburn as her chivilric champion time modestt sum of 200000 from this govern ment to soothe her wounded feel ings over the loss of her throne and to enable her if possible by the practice of rigid economy and frugality to eke out a wrotehed existence on this small pittance Quite gallantly anti heroically has this senior senator from Kpn tack with Ins knightly laeespoused time cause of this trope less damsel and I have ho dtfpbt thnt his sympathies were enlist ed and his zeal stimulated by lie narration to him of the atruQ us methods with which the Hantii- an machine ousted the denfire Queen Lil from her island theThis has been about the only fer vice we have heard ol his rtn dering to his const c wo last succeeded iii r i It Lack to the senate after a lout and hard fight He says that he has a contempt for BJeckhiun etc and say that I could not lionornhl buy hisreapcct which inth matter of his reelection is fc saleI nor do I under eons 1tions1 didate for time democratic noul tion for govnrnor I won ovJK him and ail the opposition could raise I 1 had his contempt dur mg fhtthoughhe tried to defeat me nwlfl charge it upon him and yet t ffln over the republicnn candidatofiy 3700 majority Ever utters qe lie gave out in thnt critical Cpi paiKn was used Eb2 the rejniyfii cans for cnmpnign material mi- dI believe Blackburn so often ad them to be used I had his lmim tempt during nil of my first ad ministration in season and out durinjr legislative sessions End upon nIl occasions from the Gnu1 when he having been el otctt the Senate and just after GtV Goebels death with nflairllii the most chaotic condition fver known in Kentuckys hiejfiy had iignominiouslyi fled to Vrash ington und did not return until pence had been restored andTthe dellloiicyTheni i a Itithwordy thutJJdtendanger the people of lentuclt Ihohave at htst gotten hislJ1 per measurementsis n11of hidlnr rulous prattle of his abu time awful machine When did this pure andjpH us statesman discover the evil1ind horrors ofa machine SlIlts new light has broken uppjShis lilac10Seto machine is Why isMt that 10rjrI 1 these long years of his re parkable officialcareer he wai- tspi long before telling the jpM pie what A machine is HI had this mans contempt ji the campaign of 1Q03 whon Ion the nomination for Gov srnor without opposition in the tate primary and then over the republican candidate in the gen rat election by more than 20000 I have his contempt now and irirh Gods grace any1 earnest de ration to the faithful performs of my official duties I cherish the hope that I may al ways retain and deserve the P contempt of him and such as he iis My claim upon the confi dence and gratitude of the generous people who have so honored me will be proportioni can win from the chss of politicians to which he belongs Let the people but refresh their memory for the last ten years as to the part he has plaved in the politics of the state Kentucky is the only state in the Union where substantial democratic gains have been shown in the last five years Today every department of the state government is in the hands of the democratic party and the condition of the states finances was never so good as now The people are satisfied with the management of their affairs and the democratic party of the state is in good condition as was shown in the last election by the way Kentucky withstood the re publican landslide in the nation And yet here returns this long lost senator still a candidate fo the senate hurling defiance at the machine bugaboo saying things have not been run right since he left and that he iis willing to save the people from the impendin danger by run fins for the senate once more He is willingh to demonstrate to them that there is but one wa- k ther n JJ tJJ liJ orhms tyrnnicalmachine and that is to send him to the senate just another time The Senator is mistaken if he thinks he can promote his candidacy by these vicious attacks upon me and my associates in the state administration We are fully acquainted with tho motive that actuates him and it is not the first time we have encountered his blatant boasts and inane threatsI gret the necessity of noticing at all his foolish attacks upon me mid I hnve ignored similar attacks theIpnst but ns IIP seems to be pitching his fightupon flint line I pro 1pose that he shall have it and j while under no circumstances1 whatever will I be a candidate for the senate ngainst him as It positively stated a year ago I intend to urge the people that they send a inn to the United States senate the next tiniu who would worthily and creditably represent this great state and not send a professional claim agent or lobbyist SKKATOn KLACKBUKN IN AXOTIIBlt r rni via v I could have assured the Gov ernoprlmt I did not Say I hurt a contempt for him or his conduct of party Hairs lain not disposed to scold about this realizing that he has reason at this time for being superseiisUive A3S5WBK OF WAKBFIELD THE WASH I ISO HRPOKTBIt FOB LOUIS ILL TI3IBS The interview as published in Tunes is not as strong ns he gave it by any means and I asked him sentence by sentence if he meant it for publication In giving the interview he said Mtjis the first I have authorized in twenty years and I want these things published The interview was not my seeking Several gentlemen of position ire after reading interview tell me he made identicall tho fo aio stat tnlclit tb I them I 44 IRRj llOTllll1IO WEnDI GI DYERSBCRG TEn Jan IS This com munity was today treated to a startles sensation la social circles when it be came know that Mms Mary Kowlkes daughter of t r J A Fowlkes had OB the night before ran away had married a Mr Johnson of Olin ton Ky who formerly resided here Miss Fowtkes was to have wind Y rnen Thomas of Halls here this week Isritetioa hadIft been issued the bridal party had their gowns reedy and come of the presents had been teat to the home of the pros pective bride Last week it WH whispered about town thAt Mfes Powlhes loved another man better than she did the one to whom she was engaged but this was treeted as a7 idle rumor no one ess neotiug that she would run away with young Johnson Mr Thomas was here Saturday and spent part of the day with the bride to be but his suspicions were not at all aroused Late last right Miss Fowlkes slipped away from home tooK the train for Fulton wbere sho way met by Johnson and they at ones got married Today they are in OHnton whore they will resideIMr Thomas the deserted groom tak es the matter very philosophically say ing that if Miss Fowlbes loved another a man bettor tbams she did him sho did right in marrying trim The young a ladies who formed the bridal party that was disappointed do not know what to make of the aitnatrau nor what to do with their new gowns Commercial AppealMr I Jobusou is well known here having 1 at one time been employed by Baltzer Dodds ia the dry goods roomr His many friends wish him abundant success I + 4 i OFF FOR EUROPE AND HOLY i LAND A large party of tourists leave 35thrfir a tour through Europe and the Holy Land visiting many historic and interesting places in each Mrs C H Hubbard of this placeI Mrs Will Hubbard of Union City and Miss Bertie Hubbard of Fort Worth leave today for Chattanooga where they join the party They Febyruary the 2nd landing at Madeira Island enafler a few days will begin a thorough tour through Switzerland Italy France Ger many and many other interesting points Later they will tour the Holy Land visiting Jerusalem andI many notable places and scenes This party will probably remain abroad for several months I 1 SPECIAL ClUBBUG riFFE1t The TwksftvWeelf Republic of St Iwte the best semiweekly newspaper- in f the country and Farm Progress Americas leading nzricultnrnl and home monthly will be sent to any ad dress or to separate addresses when so rtqaestedfot one dollar ft year The Twice a Week Republic for nearly a centuary has earned and main wined the confidence of Lalf a million readers It coven the news of the world thoroughly and accurately and teases special state editions each con taiainpr the latest and most reliable re ports of the patlcmtar locality In which circulntes Its special departments are edited by experts and its artists and contributors are amon the best in the country It jis published every Tues day and Thursday eight pages each Is sae sixteen pages a week Farm Progress issued on tlje first Thursday of every month contains fix ten or more full standard size news paper pages tilled with up to date literature and special departments tor the homo fashions hops and girls fictions eta etc It is published by the Repub liea guarantee of its excellence sad high character- It will pay you to take advantage of this special offernow Use this roRDEttBLAr The Redublic St Louis Mo Inclose tied tl for which send The Twice a Week Republic and Farm Pro cre3 one year atne OR D NoStateNOTEIf want only the Twice Week Republic the price is carearT- be price of Farm Progress alone is lee year f8AVSD FROM TKItRIBLE DEATH The family of M L Bobbitt of Brgerton Tenn saw her djin and vu powerlesss to save her The most skil fat physicians and every remedy used tailed while consumption was slowly but surely taxing her life In tnis ter rible hoar Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption turned dispair into jot The first bottle brought immediate relief and its continued use completely eared her Its the most certain coca in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles floe and 5100 Trial bottles free at all fins stress Mrs J B Fnlkner wife of our excel lent and comodating NC St L ticket agent arrived Saturday from Hollow Rock Junction COSGRATCljmONS John H Cullom editor of the Gar land Texas news has written a letter cf congratulations to the manufact ares of Chamberlains cough remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when olr first child was a baby ho was subject to croupy spells and we would be very un easy about him We began utinc Chamberlains cough remedy in 1837 remedyforwithout it in the house since that time We have live children and have given remitsForDOMESTIC TKOCBLE It is m exceptional to find a family where there is no domestic ruptures occasionally hut these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they pave by their great work iu stomach and liver yonbut HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS LrrlAI3ZyII1I lSJ i TOM DILLON ST ProppSa- crnsor to B 0 Bonne 4fcdf Marble and Granite Monument I IOURJ3I 23 t G i FENCINGiEiol xnan Bc= LaCtede Hotel200 PER DAY MEALS oOc CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH cnJCORPORATBD Long distance lines this thisofalmostanywhereSouthernIllinois rvilssiandquickandthepeoploCountryWe solicityour able reasonable unsurpassedJAMES t cALbWEtI LE O WgiPresldeuty Aem e12 7 Tr pc J i E- tU tL r A af I II i r f t s I Ii Ii r i i i II 3Y 3z z 4k e 5t 4- a Y k 1 7r YI S e 11- S 1r 1- t 1iLI r i rt NiYk ItJ i 5 15 = dC- of f I Ij j i ri U rr i 4 1 i FACTS AND FIGURESI For Provident People Concerning Clothing+ 1500 SUITS FOR 1200 1250It 950 1000I ii 750 Cheaper Suits in Propofffeh CHOICE IN MENS I 300 HATS 225 250 175 200 150 150 Neckwearat Greatly Reduced Prices LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Don Coram went to Union City Sat urday Milt Shaw ot State Line was here Saturday Richard Prather of State Line mm in town Saturday Miss Florence Wilsou spent Sunday afternoon 1n Union City Dr C A Halcombe is out of the city a fey days on business OW Bryant a prominent citizen of Woodland Mills was in town Saturday Mrs Thomas Ledfcnl is ill in bed this week with a severe case of 1 la grippeMrs Fannie B Shaw been confined to her room for nearly a week with rut at ttack of la grippe We are sorry to hear of the illness of Miss Niaa Glenn and wish her an early recovery- A trained nurse has been called to the bedside of little Mian Ruth Ellison who is very ill of fever at the Ellison home Oatlett street Per Sale Somo good milk cows with young calves U A H Loots A rmaoxEK irr HEU OWN HOUSE W H Layha of 1001 Agnes avenue Kansas City Mo bas for several years been troubledl witn severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in bed for days I was prescribed for by my physician with no noticeable results A friend guve me part of a bottle of Chamber lainii cough remedy with instructions to olosfly follow the directions and I wish to state that alter the first day I could notice a decided change for the betfer and of this time after using it for two weeks have no hesitation in sayinfr I relizo that I am entirely cured Thst remedy is for sale by T T ncII Celebratlea ot Lees Itirfhdaj i ofII JlJu10 1905 the hospitable home Mrs B C Durham LaClede Hotell the Private Robort Tyler Chapter U D C celebrated the birth of Gen RE Lee In the decorations pictures of Lee and the old Southern Flag of the Alexander Guards First Kentucky Regiment forty and torn occu four year old tattered entirepledprogram was fitted and well doue The presidents sketch of the life of Lee fol lowed by Mrs Powells reading remind lug us that the Daughters all over the land were celebrating this greet birth day and setting forth as a brilliant Itar in a dark sky the great nobility of his character his loftr and pure patriotism te entire sacrifices of his life and love to his country call to repell the invasion of hij state and to battle for dear to the right of state sovereignitY very true AmerICan male our Hearts Glow anew with a love and pride that 1j fancy obly 5otbin hearts can know suchorhatKI A I This offering appeals to the manwho i needs clothes and has been waiting for cut prices also to the man who lips a little money for which he has no specialuse except to put into a good investment Absolute and unrestricted Choice of all our winter stock of Suits Overcoats TrousersShoes anti Heavy Un derwear at the prices quoted Dontforget the Quicker you choose the Better CHOICE IN OUR MENS CHOICE IN 500 SHOES FOR x404 400 TROUSERS FOR 300 35o 27530o 325 300 225a ci v350 300 i ir 250 200 250 200 I 200 150 WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES H G AMBERG+ chieftion Mists Blanch Helm and Virginia Lnten houorod themselves in rendering so bountifully the rccitationn The Sword ofr Robert Lee The Conquered Banner Interspersed were old Southern SOURS and so sweetly were they sang they came as zephyrs from the language For this wv are indebted to Mrs Belle Cox and Miss Boone Then RH of the Bread aud the Wine were served coffee and those ole Vir ginia wafersmade by the delicate hands of Mrs H F Henley and as a fitted finale of tho occasion Mrs Cox saug Crossing tho Bar We very mnch regret that only three of our be loved Veterans availed themselves of their opportunity to enjoy this hour Capt H A Tyler B O Durham and H B Bronrd Circuit Court Court convened Monday last Judgo Bugg presiding The following cases were called and disposed of- Commonwealth vs Grant McFad den malicious shooting Dismissed for want of proof- Commonwealth vs Louis Ramsey breach of the peace Fined S100 Commonwealth vs Scott Stubble field selling whisky Dismissed for want of proof- Commonwealth vs Ed Newton carrying a pistol Fined 825 and ten days in jail In this case jail sentence was deferred awaiting the action of Governor Beckham who has been asked for a pardon Commonwealth Tom Fuller two cases carrying concealed weapons and gaming Dismissed- W A Rudd etc vs Jesse Payne etc judgment for sale of landMrs N E Roach vs Lon Rob ertson suit for S100 Dismissed as plaintiff failed to furnish bond for costsCurtis Henry vs W A Greer suit for recovery of value of horse Judgment in favor of plaintiff for 84 Commonwealth vs Lon Robertson malicious cutting Demurrer to in dictment sustained indictment re submitted to the grand jury John H Newbury vs Bettie Finch etc judgment for sale di vision and deed to land R b Tyler vs 0 L Bartlett dismissed settled Percy Jones vs Yicie Hammock judgment in favor of plaintiff M ngei Box do vii W A flen shaw judgment for plaintiff Ellison Mercantile Co two cases vs E G Oman judgment for plain tiffA jEjudgment for division and sale oV land I Birdie Millsap vs Andy Millsap divorce granted- Commonwealth I vs Louis We h erlv breaking into store Ono car in penitentiary 1 S A Noles vsr M 0 railroad continuedThe I following commonwealth cases are set for Tuesday Join Winston murder Lydia Roberson housebreaking Ben Cravens breaking into store i andIR missioners and filled the wheel and chose the jury for the May term of court v The case of the commonwealth vs Dick Scearce for killing Ells Mayes was on trill the latter part of the week Some difficulty was experienced in securing a jury The commonwealth had introduced carfr siderable testimony and had stated that a rest would be taken The defendant was then placed on the stand Before his evidence had all been given the court adjourned un til Saturday During Friday night Mr Scearce was taken ill and was not able to attend court Satur day One of the jurors was also re ported sick Judge Bugg adjourned court until today A ViytV CLOSE CALL snglnealthouglteveryjoint with pain writes C W Bellamy w lo comotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I yra weak and pale without any ap petite undllrun down As I was about to give np 1 got a bottle of Elec tric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in uiy life Weak sickly run down people always gain new liteJ strength and vigor from their use Iry them Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggist Price 50 corns Prices of feed stuff at mills i corn and bran 45c per cwt mixed feed 6Sc per cwt crushed corn 90c per wt E E REEVES 0Notice lenDesseeIndependent meet iu Mayfield Ky Jan JOIh 1505 at the Court House Itt iO a in Dr A V Mcliee President U B Pnlleu Secretary = h = WHEN IN SEED DF BIII ellS1Jl iillbill Of- tHorsvhoewg Mn mo a my shop nenr Kimbros Livery Stable Il make a speci ally of shoeing saddle and harness h o r s e s rAut V r e DAVIt luD 7 I KIUTHE COUCH II- t AND C HE THE lUNCS it bbWIT r fR t1 + 1 tj u Ii i to i r w ii8cfinEr ny t tfORt it1 Surest and Quickest Cure for all 1 TBROLT and LUTROUB U 1EB or MONEY BACK u I t Wo promptly obtain r S and Foreign 1 finVlnt10nforifr I i Of5ceii CHURCH FROM A SINGli TREE i Near Santa Rosa Cal a church capable of seating 200 persons has been built out of the timber sawed from a single redwood tree Tim bers weatherboarding and inner pnishing are all of wood there being no plaster bricks or mortar about the little edifice The roofing also is made gf shingles sawed from the same tree After it was all finished there were 60000 shingles left A tree growing near the one just made into singles The work will require over two years of industry on the part of two men- TheII above clipping was furnished the Star by W H Evans of Wood R bynisIt tiago Co California Iv l- lust Wm S Crnnr of California mJsuf fOrd for years frcm rhouuiatism and lnra aR3 Ho wax finally advised to try Chamberlains rain balm which he did and it effected complete cure For ale by T T SwayiiP I Anyone aendlns a fketch and whether y I anIsent free Oldest acency for ecurlnl patent Patents taken troash JIuim Co receiveI tpteial notice wlthoul charge In the Scientific Htnericani IIA handnomelf IllnstrntedI wecklr TJircest dnI of nnr ncleniiac Journal Term t3 a rear four months tl Sold bjr all newtdealcm BlUNNCotBroadwa New York Branch OHlco CC T atWAbln too D d I ThrongS Sleepers atilt Dining Gars ncrvEEH- SL Louis and Mobile St Louis and New Orleans I Asli fur tickets via 31 0 II RI 500 OVERCOATS for 1200 1250 + 950K 1000II i 750 800 10 a 600 600cc CI45Q I WOOL UNDERWEAR ALL 150 GARMENTS for 115 I I I00 0ii jt 90I4 4 70 COTTON UNDER EARJfj ALL YJ j i tl I IJ75 GARMENTS Tor = S5- 5o i4Oi CHOICEJN 2oh SWEATERS for 150I 125 I 90Y 100 II II 75I I 55 50 I 40 r TOXDEUFtJU NERVS Is displayed by nanj a man endur jug pains of accidental cuts wounds bruses burns Fcald yore feet or stiff joints But tbert 8 no need for it liacklcns Arnica Salve will kill the pain at 1 ewe the trouble Its the best salve on oarth for piles too 25 cents ut all druggist For sale2houses and lots Apply to J 0 RYAN West Hickmaii 1 Ladies Only i It Is Women Who Need Most Relief Front Little Irri tating Pains and Aches Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are for womenWomans delicate nervous orRanlsin tingles to the least Jarring Influence and some ache or pUn Is the result The remedy la at land Dr Miles AntiFate Pills They act most marvellously on wom ans nervous organism anti relieve and cure the pains to which she Is a martyr Jicadachoe ncuralgiac pains monthly pains and all kinds of pains disappear as If a gentle band luul lightly soothed them away Dizziness Rush of Blood to the head Toothache Backache are all cured by these Little Comforters I Cured without danger of disagreeable aftereffects curd luickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach or other internal organs Dr Miles AntiPain Pills please the women and tho children take them be cause they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years 1 had spells of pick head ache at times suffering untold agonies I could not endure any excitement Going to church and even visiting brought on the e trriblo spells I tried numerous remedies without relief until I tried Dr Miles AntiPaIn Pills and they have cured mo When I toms of sick headache I tako a pill and ward oft the attak When I am tired and nervous ai1pill soothes mlMRSSAItAil WATKlNSoN Blairstown la Price 23n a box JCcver sold In bulk TrialFREEPaIn Pills the New Scientific Remedy fur Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what is wrong and how to rIght ItFrey DR M1tER MEDICAL CO LAlSOltATOlUKS ELKilART 1W THE ANOUNCEMENT Is that we have the best nrrorted stocks of Undertalinrrroods ever shown in Hickuian AVe are ready at all times to wait on you in this line Call W F Boone over the store Phone 20 Prices reasonable HiCKMAN FURNITURE CO I 1 t NY if 1 f I fw 1v I i i 1t iizd fJf r 7 1 i i irr II 1 s r e i 1s 1 t a- u i i a i 4- i i ti L r ir v L ty f i j c 4 3 x PROVES GREAT POWER When Regular Medical Treatment Failed Dr Williams Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatism Hundreds of people afflicted with thou matism havo spout years under tho core ThentheyMrsDnsulororaulcs of tho hopeless morelybecnuso her herHeroIf Four years ago I suffered greatly with rheumatism in my hands and Knees After I had boeusittiug a while my limbs seemed so heavy Icould hardly IJkeptsoonas I stopped something seemed tc settle in my knees and make them ache My hands wero so bad I couldnt touch the palms of them on a flat surface they were swollen and pained so II IfDhl you call in a physician I doctored steadily for over n you i thou one doctor midCYou have taken medicine strong enough to kill almost anything Still it did not kill mo nor the rheumatism 41 How then did you get rid of it At different tinges I had road in vari ous publications about Dr Williams wonderful Pink Pills for Palo People 11I1I finally decided to try then I took them steadily for four mouths in ac cordance with the directions By that time I was Completely eared co Have you boon free from it over since t Since thou I have lord but ono slight return of my trouble aud a box or two of the same pills made me all right again II Mrs F A Dinsiuoro lives in hearty enjoyment of her recovered health at Vobnni Mass entirely freed from too grave anxieties that rheumatism always brings When it appears in bnt a single joint itshows that the blood is hiafaulty state in the whole body It may at any moment break out elsewhere and one of the dangers is that it may break out in the heart nod then the result roust be fatal The only security is to keep the blood nil tho time in a perfectly sound condition lleftltbybloodThis is thorough These pills are sold by all druggists IiT OTHER LANDS At Thebes the annual average rise of the Nile Is 40 feet Greece at present holds the European record for rapidity in the In rease of population Londons smallpox epidemic of last year cost the metropolitan asylums board close on half a million sterling Among the spoils of war taken at Liaoyang was a pet pigeon belonging to Gen Kuropatkin It Is now in- IOk10 f AJaoot the entire commercial wealth af India with Its population of 300 l t4 P beip the hands of- 1as Oidn9L080 prisons Since 1858 the population of Scot land has increased by 52 per cent the number cf lunatics in the same period Las increased by 190 per cent Englfch newspaper correspondents are complaining of the disgustingly unclean treatment of bread on its way from tho baker to the consumer- A bill to prohibit cigarette smoking by persons under 1C years old has passed Its second reading in the South Australian legislature and probably rill become law The Vienna Society for the Preven tion of Cruelty to Animals Is selling donkeys at remarkably low prices to replace the dogs generally used for drawing tradesmens carts Japanese progress IB shown in the tact that the receipts from her state forests for timber firewood bamboo and other produco rose from 129000 in 1880 to 1204000 in ItQ8an in crease of 1075000 Along the Adriatic sea swallows and other migratory birds are caught every year by the hundreds of thousands and eaten by tho Italians who iprea1 nets In which as many as 300 to 500 of the birds are caught at once MIGHT HAVE SAVED IT jl Lot of Trouble from Too Much Starchy Food A little boy of eight years whose parents did not feed him on the right kind of food was always nervous and suffered from a weak condition of the stomach and bowels Finally he was taken down with appendicitis and after the operation the doctor knowing that hIs intestinal digestion was very weak put him on GrapeNuts twice a day He rapidly recovered and about two months thereafter his Father states 4He has grown to be strong muscular and sleeps soundly weighs 62 pounds and his whole system Is In a fine condition of health Name given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich It Is plain that if ho had been put on GrapeNuts at an earlier period in his Ute and kept from the use of foods that he could not digest ho never would have had appendicitis That disease is caused by undigested food decaying in the stomach and bowels causing Irritation and making for the growth of all kinds of microbes set ting up A diseased condition which Is r the active cause of appendicitis and 1 this is more marked with people who do not properly digest white bread GrapeNuts Is made of the selected its of wheat end barley and by the peculiar processes of the cooking at the factory all of the starch Is turned Into sugar ready for Immediate digestion and the more perfect nourishment ol jill parts of the body particularly thE f brain and nerve centres Road the little book Tho Road tc Wellville found in each pkp 1 of J BE JOYOUS Be Joyous while it yet Is day While morning holds her tint cf dawn For glow and gladness fade away And soon the dew of youth is gono Bo sing a merry roundelay And dance to music light and gay Dacce on stag on and on Be happy while the day Is yours And slden glories tint the ski a Go winder where on breezes flung The roue displays her crimson dyes Go touch the lyre by fairies strung And sing the Joyful birds among Sing on ere morning flies Be songful with the lark that springs And warbles in the blue abyss with dew of nightfall on his wings And song far sweeter than a kill Go dance in bloomhung fairy rings And sing with every bird that sicga Dance on stag on in bliss Be joyous while the heart Is light With all the lightness of the dawn While suing has snowed the fields with white Before the blush of youth is gone The years are swift to take their Sight And youth is morning age is night Dance on sing on and on Chicago RecordHerald 4 The Joss ThatAnsweredPrayer By T DUNCAN FERGUSON THEREI are three things whose Influ 1 have endeavored to keep wholly cut of mj lUea mouse awoman and a lie A strange notion this perhaps but who among ns is without his or her ec centricitiesI effeminate but the presence of a mouse over gives me a creepy sen sationA believe me I mean no dis respect when 1 say she probably has her particular place in the world and I may remove all offense when 1 add that I have ever seemed totally unable to understand them This may mean a mental incapacity on my part but 40 years of Tingle rolf tude has confirmed opinions whether good or evil Being not altogether un- handsome and withal gentle to our rival sex I sometimes marvel that I am as I am I can remember testimonies to my virtues in my younger days Thirtythree I think I was when my poetic dreams were extravagant and my passionate bubbling youth fought some congenial scul to accept my devotion I found her she with the black tresses that battled with the breeze she with the flashing eyes that remand your obedience and you stand seemingly firm yet irresolute and say within yourself I wont and move at length to do her bidding she with th rippling laugh that youd know among a million the last thing you hear at riuhi belore you sleep start from it iu your creams and wake with It In your cars in the morn Ing feeling as though j ou nave imbibed some subtle narcotic whose spell is sweet for a space but leaves an awful void in its absence- I met her I say and told her the whole Etory with an eloquence that would have moot d a murderers jury to tears At length she spoke though foreign to the subject Have you ever had much sorrow Mr Brandon Not an unbearable amount I replied why I waa thinking of the proverb that sor row has a tendency to soften one and I Questioned if you had not had a goodly shareThis tender reference to a virtue of which I was never cognizant won the day I pressed my suit but she seemed to grow more foreign to me and the matter ended In a manner inexplicable From that day to this I have lived alone beyond the constant companionship of a faithful though uncommunicative Chinaman Then as to the lffwell moral philosophy teaches that spontaneous false hood betokens insanity and I dread the thought of ever being called peculiar Wong was a poor literary enthusiasts necessity and be my personal wants small or great I never failed to pay that Chinaman his 20 a month 1 have few visitors and these only come for the al mighty quantity Wong anwered these calls and being capable of grasping my unenviable position the sum total of the conversation on his part was Me no ssbbe How often from my room in the garret Lhave heard that creature intensely human retire from my humble quarters indulging in a vernacular not found in any ethical system with which I am familiar Again often becoming absorbed in my work I took my meals at unseasonable hours and strange to say Wong never complainedWith coming of Wong I was forced to take another into my family and herein lies my tale- I noted the fact that his wordly goods were limited to two pieces of luggage one being a large sack In which he car ried all his clothes and the other a huge something wrapped with the caro of a mummy the which ho allowed no one to touch save himself and hcstaggeredun der tho load I was somwhnt curious since grave necessity demanded that we occupy the same room With gentle touch he un wrapped the bundle and stood the thing next to the cot In which he was to sleep One look was enough I forbade the thing In my room and to my chagrin he informed me that he west with tho ob jectI hsd sec them before but when it came to sleeping In the same room with that cross between a tolempole and an inebriates dl ams the hideousness oft fully dawned upon me To Wong It seemed sacred and I was forced to con sent to the increase in my family In or der to retain the Chinaman Once or twice during the first month I awoke to behold those hideous oyes staring straight In my face and the effect was I rendered more frightful by the faint Stow of the moon through tho window and settling on Its form At lengtn however we became better friends not on speaking terms of course but that friendly Indifference that brings neither good nor evil- Thirteen years that Chinaman served me faithfully and in that proverbial year he took his celestial flight Thir teen years of much the same thing day In and day out probably made me care leas to the fact that there is ever a turn In the road and when it came this hard putItingI was attached to that Chinaman alone yet we have much for which we may be thankful and even Ui my dire extremity I was not without sympathy A certain widow who resided several doors from me on learning that I had death In the family came to offer her condolence and suggest a means of dis posing with the remains of my faithful servant and friend I could not notify any of his race of his death and I did not have the heart to give his body to the medical students so without the help of this Angel of Mercy I should indeed have been in a sorry plight I was ashamed of my antipathy to women when she offered to defray Ute expenses of his burial and to save my feelings suggested that I might pay it back as I found It convenient And sa this sad chapter came to a close i I may lack that fine sense of feeling but a week later ound me longing rorI something else in my life beside tude Perhaps the old longing of my youth had been kindled anew for aught I know but be that as it may I lived in a state of constant unrest Perhaps it was money I needed perhaps it who the widow She had enough and to spare but whatever meanness forms a part of my nature believe me I could not stoopj to such means to obtain it No If she could accept me she must feel my de sires were prompted by love and love alone Butto demonstrate even this I must have some of the filthy quantity At last strain and want deprived mil1 of sleep and night after night I lad awake thinking dreaming of a million fancied wrongs n the part of provi dence until more than once 1 resolved to drown my sorrows and liquidate my indebtedness in the ebbing tide What would the widow think of my proposal Would the publishers accept the work of my life And last of alt the strange thought What had Wang ThllilteenNot a mean sum that and I wagered some fellow celestial held the whole And latelyI to add to my unrest that god of Wongs had been making p j culiar sounds at night and this I deter mined to end planning to lay with m1i revolver beside the ted and let him hart the contents if the offense was repeated Constant strain had rcbbtd me of allsfUjj Ument in the matter j At kngth breaded right came Nowfi I Lave never been a raying man butt confess thatthid night 1 wtpwus meatmight fallenII r my revolver and waited and presents I heard the same peculiar sound u aimed in the direction of the sound azr firedNow I dont believe I am a coward bu a crash followed that left me in the col clammy sweat said to come before death At length I found courage to strike a light and my floor was covered witbf 20 gold pieces the jgod split in twain lying in the midst of the glittering gold On examination I found he had been made of two pieces hollowed from his mouth to his stomach and glued together Before glueing he bad been carefully padded so that any ordinary jar would betray no sound cf the matter within him Each month Wong had taken his 20 dropped it in the mouth of the god and the weight had long been too great for his construction My aim was true for I struck him fair in the middle cane lug a rent that continued to spread from the weight of gold and he lay a pitiful wreck Pieces of padding gnawed into bits explained the mystery of the noise Some mice creeping down his throat found a wellmade nest and running fever the gold at night caused it to jingle If Wong had any heirs I did not know any course to pursue to find there so fig ured I had every right to the treasure The mice Well I feel so tenderly to ward them that I have had a goldplateu image made for a piper weight that while I write I may be reminded cf the good fortune for which they are In a measure responsible The woman Well we are very happy since closer relationship has to a large extent removed mecy of my faults and revealed many of her virtues The lie Well I still retain my an tipathy to falsehood Overland Monthly Prepare Meal Without Fire In the recent news many people have noticed one or two references to the fact that tinned meats for trio Russian Irncps are prepared by a process which enables the contents cf each can to bo served hot without a fire This boon is obtained by having the ordinary tins filled with food jacketed in patent tins The patent tin contains water together with a chemical mixture by means of which the water can be raised to boiling point in ten minutes or a quarter of an hour All that is necessary to do when ic is desired to heat the food Is to puncture the top of the patent tin the chemical mixture be- Ing thereby forciSJ into the waterr which soon begins to boll v William McEvren a professor of ISr university is the most recent I authority for the view that the iuitlunch is a health destroyer r I ritI I REVOLUTIONK goads DraggedAshore CollarrParaguaytaccording minsterofwerecapTuredanddraggedshirtcollirwascapfuredplotva4hatched theoosteamersailedbearlogreerafie p Whenl11ulndlimportantwall sheencoandParaguayan navy bargeseizedcompany commandedbyBelfpnto an admiral wu for the occasion Ac South American fasnt tookUw- Ctcmtic andthetriedtocaugiatbrtboSVAjlJrhbo8 The Feeble Lad j youdqull8Ort3ofandbntlypnetice meets of his athletic club Haitimore American r CAUSE AND CURE if OF RHEUMATISMI- iown lijr Numerous Cures Made by Dofiaa Kidney IMlls They Cure tho f Kidneys mid the HhcmuatisBX r I Cures Itnclf Uciiiarkable Case of Slavic 1C Deckert t lathSpecialThat cures10dsstate in the Union They cure the Kid Aetjei thisDfIIhborboocl saysflaxi wu so lame L could not walk t iiiIId not sleep for I ached all over I- w6a ina terrible state and firmly believe tj jt if I had not used Dodd s Kidney 1 I would be dead I took nine boxed them and they have done me more than all tbe other medicines I ever Now my aches are all gone 1 can set and sleep and iam feeling good I DoddsKMMy metThat man who is wasting his time i- niii thornlcM cacti and fadeless rs ought to do something practical aid invert a headacbelcss Welsh rarebit Washington Pest Tine r S Dept of Agriculture sea to Salzcrs Oats its heartiest en Oats1iIIded l1rDtrmer1f c i 3 Spelt or Emmer above illustrated halsi1clthroughcarefulyieldsPer Acre Seizers Beardless Barley yielded 121 bu Sabers Home Builder Corn 300 bu Speltz and Macaroni Wheat 80 bu Baker a Victoria Rape OOOUO lbs Sabers Teosinte Fodder160000 lbs bolzers Billion Dollar Grass 50000 lbs Sabers Pedigree Potatoes 1000 bu Now such yields pay and you can have them Mr Farmer in 1003- SK5D ICe IS STAMlH and this notice to the John A Saber Seed pttheirsamples free K L l i In England a man cannot marry his deceased wifes sister but in this country bo may marry his divorced brothers wife N Y World t 0 fr To Care a Cold in Ono Day irako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All ftrucgiste refund themoney ifit fails to cure B tvGroves signature is on each box 2dc i Pity the boy who at his birth is sen- tenced1 to idleness for life CUcago Kec ordHeralJ i fiJ t 1J1 f s AtegetablePrcparalumfbrAs gfe similaling uieFoodandBcguIa ling theSlomachs andBoweis or Promotes DigcstionCheerFur ness and RestContains neither 0 iumMorplline norltineraL- I Nor KARC OTIC ap0Id11rSfIa2zI7cw1v Ati7ili Sdal- ALrJnnz IGoll1AShct tLriserd r- rnrsnbfInUrxrrak p + M ryftar+dud IiydenF T rorConsUp1fianSaur Worms Convulsions Feverishness lUld Loss OF SLEEP TecSinulc signature of ti- JNEV YORIoIJ t FHats COpy OF WRAPER THE DISCOVERER Of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound thd Great Womans Remedy for Womans Ills r I e t tom No other female medicine in tho world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends as has Lydia a Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- ItI will entirely euro tho worst forms of Female Complaints nil Ovarian Troubles Inflammation and Ulceration Falling and Displacement of tied I Womb and consequent Spinal Weakness and is peculiarly adapted to flee I I lfeI more cases of Backache and Lcucorrhcca than any other remedy the world has ever known It is almost infallible in such cases Itdissolves and expels tumors from tho Uterus in an early stage of development i Irregular Suppressed or Pain Menstruation Weakness of tho Stomacht Debitstystantly relieved and permanently cured by its use Under all circumstances invigorates the female system and is as harmless ns water 5 It quickly removes that Bearingdown Feeling extreme lassitude It dons care It and wanttobeleftalono It feeling excitability irritability nervous j ness Dizziness Faintness sleeplessness flatulency melancholy the bluest and headache These are sure indications of Femalo Weakness or some de rangement of the Uterus which this medicine always cures Kidney Complaints and Backache of either sex the Vegetable Compound always cures 1 I hundredthousandI I everywhere Itcfuso allsub tltutcSIi A Brooklyn woman complains that her husband hasnt spoken to her in nine months snd hes a barber The lady is unquestionably right in concluding that the man is crazy Buffalo Express FIFTEEN YEARS OF TORTURE Itolilnsr and Painful Sores Covered Head and Body Cured in a Wcclcby Cctlcurn For fifteen years my scalp and fore head was one noise of scabs and my body was covered with sores Words cannot express how I suffered from the itciun and pain I tried many doctors and treatments but no I u i whena e i helPfand i toeCutfcara After bathing with Cuti curn Soap and applying Cutcurs Oint ment for three days my head was as ointonement made a in one week Sisnod1 H B Franklin 717 Washington St Allegheny Pa All the fun of having a bank account isII destroyed for a woman because the cashier knows how much money she hasnt got N Y Press Pisos Cure cannot be too highlyspnkcnof- as a cough cureJ W OBrien 3J2 Third Ave Is Minneapolis Minn Jan 0 1000 To insure arcure1y hat i chronometer nre kept ur i tfej lo t o i1 CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 0- t In- Use For Over Thirty Year- srCASTORIA THe eCNTAUR COMPANY NCW YOWC CITY ALWAYS CALL FOR A CIGAR BY ITS NAME i CREIO MEANS MORE THAN ANY OTHER NAME BROWN BANDS GOOD FOR PRESENTS Largest Seller Iii the World 10000 Plants for IOc More garden and fauns are planted to i eahera See1s than any other t IIAmerica There U reason for i thl Wo own over 6000 acres for the pro faction of our warranted eed In order to Induce you totry them we fmake you the following nnpro y cedeotml offer For tB Cents Postpaid 1000 Early adlo ad Late Wllqc 2000 FLe hltfTlpI SOOO llluckUK Olrrrf xono tilth 5itiUtt ts 1000 Splendid O bu lmo ar Laatla Itadhhy 1000 CUrUotlj OrUIUit FluaA bore tevtn pack ire contaIn sum chat seed to grow 10009 plants fur ni = hlnr bushels of brilliant flower and sots and lotsot choice reseubles together with our great ialOfftelllnir aU about flowers Kottt Small Fruit etc all for lie In itanps nnd this noticeI11g U va catalolf alODO to JQKH A SAVER SEED COoa 1111 si La Crosae Wla v 7 GOOD POTATOES r r BRING FANCY PRICES To grow a burs crop of rood potatoes the soil must contain plenty of Potash Tomatoes melon eabtnce turnips lettuce fin fart all veeuclee remove large tlwnti oi Potash from the soil Su- pplyPotash llbenllr IT the use of fertilizers containing net test tkxn 10 per cent actual Potash letter and more fsrofittblo jieldj arc cure to follow Our pamphlets are not advertising eircnhr booming tpecul fertilizers but contain valu able iotornmion to farmers Sent tree for the as Mrg Write now- GERMAN KALI WORKS New VorU93 Nassau Street or Atlanta GaaJi South Broad St Te Cured Gives quick relief Removes all DROPSY swelling in 8 to sa days permanent cure 30 to 60 days Trial treatment free Dr HH Greens Sons Bet D Atlanta Ga UDEY WJUTISO TO ADVERTIBEa please tate that you saw the AdvcrUae meat in this paper A NKF 2057 e e iheatto time Sold by druivists CON5OMPTCON t f e- Iea if r p F r t a a j rj ri Ri RS S t c u r J i K11- d 1- i I I tIf j t i i N 0 T I C E From and after February 1st 1905 the Ellison Mer calltile Co will adopt the CASH SYSTEM andno a 0 goods will be sold ill the future exceptjFOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTrr r J7 To prompt paying customers desiring it accommoda I 0 tion will be extended to the first day of the following month but in no case to exceed 30 days On the first day of each month bills will be presented and prompt payment expected I Trading Stamps Will Be Given In All De= partments as Heretofore T1 Ellison Mercantile Co INC i I J 1J iJ i 1 C f i j 1 1 JL Mf tr or f 4IIIIIrJh iI if f I i 7- i j j 4 1 rA The Redt f Tag Sale Will continue throughout this week until Saturday January z8th Everything in the store has been marked with the Red Tagat heavily reduced prices and there are many special offer= 1 ings that are bargains The sale has been an immense success J so far nearly every day the store has been crowded with custo= mers snapping up the bargains t IN THE DRY OODS DEPARTMENT The low prices advertised last week still continue Many pieces of silk still offered at half priceJackets and Capes still further reduced ti About 100 Ready to Wear Ladios and Misses stylish hats that sold upw200 choice now for 25 cents A lot of large size Linen Towels that L sold from 25c to 50c offered at 19o 1 About 100 Jackson Corsets 503 and s9 100 styles choice now 10 cents yq CLOTHING DEPARTMENT In this Department the sales have been large since the Red Tag Sale began The low prices marked on the Red Tag will continue through this week S1000 Overcoats for 8500 All Overcoats Suits Pants Hats Shirts etc have been marked way down GROCERY DEPARTMENT t Just to show you how we are selling Groceries during this sale Belle of Ava Flour 620 a BarrelL 1 Granulated Sugur 15 pounds for 100 To convince yourself of the eXLrenH lyIlow prices that we are making on first class goods in this Red Tog Sale comp in r and seeCash 0 Only No Trading Stumps given during this sale f cvII- z Y I J a i 1 I 4 c M i TU J k I+ n 1 1