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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3f Xt l W y i v v r sj v J 1 WMgjHWtttXyrMMWimttOT rWHilMitw- - oirttL 1 - 8 THE HICKMAN COURIER w ML m n mum jum nun wnn - iim i iw iinimniiiiimFiimniw - - - jiumbu Trnimni j - hjtiayn imiammimamBiBBammtmmmmmmmwmmsmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 5 ate - j- - v i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BV I I 3K RGESWRReMi a y treat VVJ 1 2gir S 55Y r 4 THE mOKMAJN K 5 nOTTRTFRfiL JTirr r 1 JOB FEINTING EXECUTED Wiih IteBtaess and Dispatch M 1 e Ofllee HEORGE m Jackson Street m xf door to City IlallJ CH3 aaft WfRBEN Editor Si dS - - 3 5 W Ail 1 i - T Oldest Newspaper - iWestern iR33K- - Kerflucky Hu VOL SALE 3SLLS A ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS JVITATONSf ETC ETC A RELIABLE IIow Price of Subscription -rt 150 5 ESTABLISHED r 1 i 1859 J5 A u HAixroxEisi now worth about per ton MjssormJn ounncHi ivrivSii I til r j trit i rli r J X 1 5500 Ji AtisniPTrAATAr vrjT TJ i mtr Idtfowtf oM 1 vaawt ff jryvWi ijgHji fciLK b acctfaiivTised in some or the citKint iicwynllpancrs- A rubber sole for ladies shoes removable at pleasure is out Wkexs egos Is tho namo of a tender iuc state1 ecu-- n jRrmalako tF Ereo jri upuaou Proposition 29 - h f HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KBNfgGKY FRiDAY OCTOBER 7 1SS7 tjj i i ii H ivi r y r TrmDEATH BY ZiljttWXXilULTX liAJSK RUBBER SHOT THE COMMONWEALTH JRELIG I0TIS FBENZY 1 XXlIfcT0 FASHlONfLETTER I r thaOhio Bivcr nat Ohio Senators and n Xiimbcr onrctsinvji TliiukpJtliq tisfcr sM rroefc p Tbo ifa7fthis To5aScpt opiuonsfroin several eveafngjpublishesOhio Congressmen Weekly paymont of wages is now re quired by law in Connecticut The sausage and blood puddlnr makers of Chicago arc talking of a pool Irox slajj is used by some Allegheny Fa manufacturers to make bricks Some of the dudes now carry canes whose silver heads Tare cigarette cae s cjstllljcad thc world lujhiveutiou Over 3000 patenhyi utoTitSitre appUeiMciv KonTnwESTzns Pcnnsylvaniavcxnccts to have tho largest plate glass works in tho Â¬ World The grave of Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia is in a much neglected condition y i n f Fuaxic Jame3 tho ex bandit is tobeccmc palcsraan for au Atlanta Ga dry goods house A sox of Jesse James sued a Kansas City brewery for being run over by its wagon A IReaiixo Pa fruitfarmcr has picked fourlecn tons of IU3 IU IIlilKU vinegar of The construction of thirty four railroads has been started in Japan within the past six mouths A joukxal has begn started in Paris which is devoted totho proper toilet of poodle dogs Italtaxs are engaged in making cheese out of tomato pulp at a Burlington N J canning house Five hundred aud Sfty tons is tho weight of tliegohl held in the vaults or the United States Treasury y The apple crop in New England this sea- Â¬ son is expected to be about three fourths of an average one A device for utilizing tho power of Nia garariver has been sold Intwo counties bordering the river for SOVT0s Iowa statistics show that 0i3 women own farms in that State Of the number only eighteen arc carrying mortgages The largest elevator in the world is to bo buiirbn Goose island Chicago The dimensions will bo iT5xJVt and 25 feet high Last vpar Pennsylvania produced 7A0W- 000 tonVof coal valued at JSLOtWTOO This ecccdsAtheJvalueqfgold and silver mined The contract for the Ohio monument to General William Henry Harrison has been awarded to Lous T liebisso at the price or swooo Duitixc the last fiscal year tho Govern- Â¬ ment disposed of 2511 tOO acres of public land tho largest amount of any year excepting 1SS4 A xew railroad Is to bo biiiltm equatorial Africa crossing the continent from Loan da Lower Guinea to some Portuguese port in Mozambique t ii Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Lf4 Ur 3i0U31thatuoraUsIonli9 In wniemge uausoi of malarial fever A little 3Iichigan girl has without as sistance picked aud mounted on cards and exhibited at a church fair 2125 specimens of four leaf clover Tim ruling profession of the far west is evidently real estate In one small town of a population of 3003 there are twenty live real estate brokers Foktx two acres of land near Omahathat bo bought twenty one jcars ago for G9D arc about to be sold by a Westminster JId clergyman for 100003 31ns Magoie Vax Cott who is sajd O have converted more than 30000 people in the West is now waging an unequal con- Â¬ flict with the sinners of New York Oxe of the Georgia judges ha3 pro- Â¬ claimed his intention of sending to the chata gang any person conyictcd before him of carrying concealed weapons Tnc conductor of tho ill fated Chatts worth train has fallen off forty five pounds since the disaster The conductor is in no way to blame for that fearful sacrilicc of human life The fastest time ever made by any ship or boat according to a scicntilic journal Was twenty eight miles per hour this beÂ¬ ing the performance of an Italian twin screw tprpedo boat UdvEnxoKlliCHAiDsox of South Caro Una says that while in Philadelphia ho was greatly annoyed by tho question What did the Governor of Xorth CaroÂ¬ lina say to you just now Between-- seventy five and 100 young ladies of Atlanta Ga and vicinity have agreed to form a mounted escort to President Cleveland aud ladv on the occasion of their visit to the Piedmont fair Titifstruggle in Ireland between tho po- Â¬ lice andJLho peasants is taking some of the forms of civil war Tho tearing up of railroads to prevent tho rapid transpor- Â¬ tation of tho police is decidedly warlike seven s Samuel J Tnnnx was attended years and eleven mouths and about every ilav of that time by Dr Charles E Sim- mins of Jfew York The Doctor has not yet been paid Tho bill is said to be Â¬ uananas js a preventive and from Senators ShermanfcandSSPayneion8tlie proposed ship canal from Lake Erie to the Obfo river Senator Sherman says In rcplj to yourcircular of August 23 1 have to aiit swer that I doubt the expediency of build Â¬ ing a canal on th t route proposed from Cincinnati to Lako Erie If rccommanded by the United States En- Â¬ however gineers and it can be shown that it i a work of practical utility likely to prbJnco tho effects suggested 1 will voto Iorjf but my impresslonsfnro JagahfsHiCsiexpdI ency Senator Payno saysf InVeply to the questions propounded in yourJcttcr ol the 23th ult I have to say that tho project of a ship canal from Lako Erie to tho Ohio river Las not been considered by me and therefore I am not pre Â¬ pared to answer further than to say that I would favor a reasonable appro- Â¬ priation for a preliminary survey Bn I wish to say that Buttcrworlh says I have riot considered the practicability of constructing a commercial highway of tho character you mention between tho lako and the Ohio river and would notipass an opinion without further investigation than 1 have been able to give tho subject Whether I would voto an appropration wouId depend of courso upon the feasibility and desirability of tho work pro- Â¬ posed If suchwprkJs practicable it would of course be ofigreat advantage to Ohio and In fact to our whole country Congressman S S Yodof of Lima suggets that the boards of trade aud the cham bers of commerce of Ohio cities hold a mooting at Toledo in the near future to determine upon some uniform plan of wction Congressman Boothman of Bryan favors the project as do Congressmen Itomcis Crouse E B Taylor Charles E Brown AVilliams and Cooper Beriah Wilkins says I would favor tho survey of nt least two routes fromtho Ohio tothp lnkcs onofrom Cinsinriatl to Toledo via probably tho Miami CanafTh5 other being via the Muskingum- river already owned by tho Government to Zanesville thence by the Ohio Canal to the Cuyahoga river at Cleveland James E Campbell says Appendix K K to annual report of tho Chief Engineer United States Arm- for 1SS1 contains tho preliminary sur veys and estimates for enlarging tho iliaml and Erie Canal The total esti mated cost as there exhibited would bo 2355717313 I would not favor another survey unless tho former is inaccurate In that event I would most heartily urgo further surveys Your second and third queries I answer aflirmativeiy 1 havo always ardently desired to see a ship canal from Toledo to Cincinnati subject the I investigated with some care in tho Forty eighth Con- Â¬ gress but abandoned tho projcctSwing to its enormous cost An between tho nro- - iilltnBftnrcanniDinmf-2i-7- i -enlargement or xneaiminiana J riijirMii rmmi rrjr r advantages are all with thelattcr anr Tj in unoiera s unp concerted plan of action to improro tho Rome Sept 30 Tho cholera is still ragMiami and Erie is concocted you may bo ing fiercely in Sicily and it is feared it will assured of my untiring aid not be stamped out for some time to come S Riddled With Builds The town of Messina is suffering terribly Nashville Sept 20 John Pierce a There arc between two and three hundred member of the notorious Turner gang of fresh cases and about a hundred deaths Tennessee who was suspected of the every day Tho Government has stopped murder of Howard Monroe of Yellow tho use of water from tho wells for drinkCreek last Saturday night was overtaken ing purposes when it is in an unboiled by a sheriff and posse near the scene of state and has caused machinery to bo his crime and riddled with bullets erected which supplies tho poor popula Thomas Henderson another of the gang tion with large quantities of foiling and boiled water In addition to this tho was arrested poorer classes are all fed at public expense Hops Gont Sharps Last as many as 13000 people being supplied New Yohk Sept 29 The ordci cftho with jWholcsomo food from public soup court in the case of Jacob Sharp wadset- - kitchens tied Dy tno general term oi mo ouprcme Victorious Volunteer Court to day It directs that tho sentence imposed on Sharp bo carried out The or- Â¬ New Yoniv Sept 30 The Americas cup der was settled by Judge Van Brunt allof will remain here Tho race over the out Sharps lawyers and the district att racy side course which was postponed yestor with his assistants being present nt tho day because of lack of wind was sailed to day and tho Volunteer won by 11 min- Â¬ time utes 4S seconds after allowing the Thistlo 7o Settle tho Fisheries Trouble 0 seconds or by 11 minutes 51J seconds Washisgtox Sept iU Tho President actual time The course was twenty miles has appointed Hon Wa L Putnam to windward and return from the Scotland Democrat of Maine and FrcsIdcntiAn Lightship gell Republican of Michigan University Prohibition Fails in Tennessee to act with Secretary Bayard In tho negoNAsnviLLE Texx Sept 3D Official and tiations with the English Commissoncrs to settle the fisheries trouble semi official returns from fifty counties in the State representing about GS per cent Alter Kerr Most of the vote cast show a majority of 993S New Yohk Sept 29 It is reported that against the Prohibition amendment This Jnspcctor Bonfleld Of Chicago who is in ratio will give a majority against the this city is arranging for tho arrest of amendment of about 15000 The vote exHerr Most and that he has the extradition ceeds that cast at the last Gubernatorial papers Tor Most with him The alleged election when the Taylor brothers wero charge against Most is aiding in thi Hay candidates market conspiracy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BInskedMcn Cumtiinmt tlio Cmliltr VosNotSay a IVorU lie Sijs Uo Wont bat taakevXo rroinftn Tor nisRivutvcr Wilmixgtox Del Sept 80 Tho Farm- Â¬ ers Bank at Now Castle was entered at an early hour this morning by masked robbcrsTOThr movements awoke tho caslner wlioseized Tiis plstolanil fired wounding one o tho intruders His companions picked up tlib fallen man and quickly carried him out of tho front door making their escape Tho bank floor is marked with blood where ho fell Tho robbers got no booty and left bo hind them a kit of burglars tools a wheelbarrow and a ladder They arc sup posod to havo come and gone by way of a boat in the river near by Tho burglars Immediately on entering the building overpowered bouhd and gagged Win J Black U S Consul at Nuremberg who was homo on Icavo of absence and stopping with Cashier R G Cooper When Mr Cooper ennjo on tho scene lie was confronted by one of the burglars with a leveled revolver and tho mandate Dont say a I wont word replied Cooper in stantly leveling aud tiring his own pistol and wounding the robber who returned the shot without harming Cooper Blood marks lead to the suspicion uthat the wounded robber fell into the river and was drowned in attempting to escape -Â¬ f - i Horrible Casb of Human Sacrifice in Now South Walos n A Man Kill Hirameorllas Pound lIaiBlnC Sixty i crt vJtPTOnJio Street Willi tho Ufe Jturu- - Wife Daughter ami Two Son lu a lit of Inspiration - Â¬ fdcttht3sirunnm2atil0vterofr 32SEr2EX3SEirfSr nr -- Sax Fnvxcisco Oct 2 Fassonsoiby the Australian steamer which arrived yesterday brings details of a most revolt-Â¬ ing tragedy that occurred in New South Wales August 23 Wodiiam Wyndhuin a man of excellent standing becoming suddenly attacked by religious frenzy murdered Ids wife aud thrco children all of whom ha loved most dearly Iu explanation ho said ho felt called upon by God to commit tho deed Tho resurroc- tiou was near and their timo had come As Wyndhnms wifo offored resistance ho took her out of doors and with a stouo broko in her skull Ho then took a carving knif o and fork and thrust them into her side Ho also pierced her hands andfect explaining afterwards that he intended to crucify hur as Christ was crucified His favorite daughter had four cuts on hero forehead and the right side of the skull was beaten iu to n pulp Sho bad two pierced marks on her breast two on each foot and two on each hand The marks appear to havo been mado with a fork Tho left side of the skull of his son was battered his leftside A SINGLE HIGHWAYMAN was pierced in two places as wero also Goes Tlirnush Two Twat Jliiil Coarlir in his hands and feet The other son seems n Milliner That Would Make Dick Tur to havo been killed direct by a cruel fork pins Ghost llltish At stix Tex Sept 30 A telegram re- thrust entirely through the left side of tho counts the most danngstagc robbery sinco body Tho hands nnd feet of nil wero the famous Pcgly robberies of ten years pierced as it was Wyudhams intention to ago Last night aa man stopped tho nail the bodies to a cross they refusing to stage plying between San Anglio and bo thus nailed while alive Ballingter on Texas Pacific tho MOB OP ANACHISTS There were live men and three ladies iu tho vehicle from which he took nearly Usm1 tp by the lulliR They AVouM 2000 He also took their watches but Kilter n Hull or WikIo Through afterward returned them Ho then Illixid liut They Ilil Xclther stood all tho passengers in line and over New Yohk Oct 2 For weeks the Antho head of each drew a large cap com archists have been preparing for a demonHe kept stration in favor of the seven condemned pletely hood winking them them in line about two hours or until tho men at Chicago No placo suitable for their stage from Ballingter cainc m sight Ttii purpose could be obtained in tho city and was a signal for him to order thom into finally tho grout skating rink at Union Hill the coach and to cause the driver to hur- Â¬ N J was hired The streets of Union riedly drive off Then he turned his atten Hill this afternoon wero thronged tion to tho Ballingter coach in which were with bearded nnd strango looking two gcntlcmcngand ladies He robbed men This morning however the mem- Â¬ them of all their monoy rilled the mall bers of the Union Hill common council desacks of both coaches and it is believed cided that tho proposed meeting was treagot several hundred dollars from the reg- sonable in its intents and that it should istered packages not bo held Tho result was that there wero fully ono hundred and fifty uniSlow Speed Prevents a Dtsasler Romxsox III Sept 30 A dastardly formed oflicers proscnt when the An attempt was made last night by unknown nrchits arrived Precisely at ono oclock the polico marched to the rink aud took parties to wreck the excursion train on charge of the door tho key of which they the Indiana and Illinois Southcjru railway running between Palestine and New- had previously secured from the proprieton to accommodate passengers to tor The crowd surged about thecntrnnce and from the Olney State Fair There nnd sought to force their way in but the were four coaches loaded with passen polico used their clubs vigorously and beat gers when tho train left Newton them back Finally a number of the more all of whom excepting about ono hun- hot headed of the Anarchists raised a cry Enter the hall or wado through blood dred weco discharged when the train reached tho station here at 11 p m A and they made a grand rush Tho polico knocked several of tho foremost down little beyond the station two switches nnd while tho fight was hot Town Clerk had been thrown opon where thero were Tho engine and two cars Ferdinand Aiders mounted a box and in embankments loud tones to riot left tho rails but were still on the ties This had a proceededeffectread the mob act on the quieting for when thoitrain was stopped ownr to tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Toilet Johx Piebce a member of tho Tumor Tho Autumn tnaSi XvColors - J gsng in Boll County has been shot and CmtiiiatliiiwvniII nery JJrrIvj iiiormiiy wounueu oy a posse mat was at ami JIaiiyuvrliAflCs Detroit Mich Oct 3 A corpse sixty tempting to arrost him on the charge of Special New YDrlcrjjrrespondcncel of feet from tho earth hanging j niosh of participating In the assassination The grand nutnmntopcuaigs have tiken aau lcal mving percepu-WJ-iF- 3 Howard Monroe Pierce resisted arrest place and u world qf new fashions both for m a string was the gliffitlr firing upouand slightly wounding a deputy this and the cominggeason ia revealed to 8JPvblch greeted people at nine oclock sheriff Thomas Henderson is iu juil at Iho admiring atd thoroughly satisfied fem Â¬ Of X rry liirinir REMEDY Slay Sucrecil in Slnlntaln- Living iiiR- lrlcu Â¬ to jugjjt on tho corner of Woodward avo BUBnd tho Campus Mnrtius Tho trag3 of this shocking pattaftnt Three ladders wore erected id m air and all fell short of reaching tfco ilia d man but finally ho was got aowuto u tho Hayes extension and ear- rj i m to a neitrVborlni druc store Ho n dead some timo and through Ins uring the lime he hung there bad ptiHieJ the electric current of tho ontiro Brhi fcvsteu which bad made his limbs Sjuf convulsively Thus perished uraiarm 1 Swpcncd box key and ho called ho de to be a man with m j Tuur4Uiiii f lliTtouavf Lfifftrah TTtram CorHssmwNoboby kuoivd woniau 105 years oUngo wOro buried in uu tho Eastern Cemetery Louisville now mng HO uau iiung in uiu wirt discovered An immense crowd gathered John Hamei has been sentenced to ten towatethe efforts to secure tho body an yenrb in the Kentucky Penitentiary for operationattended with great danger be-Â¬ rape committed on Miss Sarah Edwards cause the electric current was still on noar Danville last April Corliss inreplacing or leokitig for a leak had mado afatal find Piiievillo charged with complicity in the murder of Monroe At Ovensboro Aloxandor Hathaway son ot Howard Hathaway vas kicked on tho head by a buggy horbe a few days ago His skull was fractured aud tho boy will die Tho boy is only eight years old The Governor has appointed Hon T S1 Grundy of Washington County and Colonel A W Hamilton of Mt Sterling delegates to ropresont Kentucky at the National Cattle Growers Association which meets at Kansas City October 31 socfety Xow tollt ts of inine portion every descriptiou nejFcolors new wrop new combinations hate bonnet laces ami ribbon crowd tho shop windows on every side There Is no cndjto the novel effect i broughout rndtheTinJqn0 styles adopted by different houseware a stiidy in them- Â¬ Tho cold jwwther materials of selves wool preserve thcjcharacterutlcs which have made them tg popular for sev- Â¬ eral Ecasons pat They are beaulfully soft to the tonchwIdc3inp twillnl mnimi striped iirmuxed sndrntaited to show hootch autumn mi I aUcry-pfruiorthc y T prv rtili tMlino rt iiuviwHUMUUiui I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iftliod PHZT and Loan Association with a capital stock of f 100000 These associations have grown A N3W DEPARTURE into popular favor very rapidly in Ken tucky witluu the past year awl there is Klectloli iifit Catholic 1riett ni rrlnclpa now hardly a town of any importance that or u lulillc Sclionl has not one or more of thom PiTTsniiOH Pa Oct 3 At the election The County of Scott by a majority of for priuciml of the Thirty third Ward upwards of WJO voted the subscription of school to iight Rev Father MoTtghe Ro 5100000 to tho capital stock of the Paris Tiio Georgetown and Frankfort Railroad Comman Catlottc priest was chosen election Is caused considerable discus Â¬ pany This with the subscriptions of sion in religious circles as it is be- Â¬ Franklin and Bourbon makes tiio total lieved to bo the first timo on record subscription of stock by counties so far that a Cithohc priest lias ever been called fKW0 and insures the building of tho upon to fill a similar position in tho road puldic stioos The reason Hint the CathThe homo of Randal Dnvi near Danolic cleryman applied for the principal ville was partially destroyed by a dyna ship wa as he claims beoousa there aro mite bomb the other night There is no over fotr hundred Catholic children in clew to tho persons who fired the bomb that wad and only thirty or forty Protest Â¬ nor can the reason of their enmity to Davis ant chitiren The Catholic ppople will not be accounted for Fortunately neither send thir children to tho public school on Davis nor his wifo was at home when the aecoun of thero being no religion taught explosion occurred there and Father MeTigho claims that Basil CoiixhTT of Terry County and when hey pay mostof the school taxes m J N Baker of Leslie are the latest victho wtrd they should havo some of tho tims of tho sharpors who deal in green beniihs goods that are so perfect as to pass anyThey put up S7G0 m good honest where Sritisli Naturalization Movement monoy and received in return an express Chicago Oct X Tho St Georg Socioty package from Albany N Y containing a hold h meeting to nigtit Geo Brabant said the naturalization movement among The Livingston County Mineral Land the British subjects was getting niong and Improvement Company has been innicely Five hundred English and Scotch corporated at Smithland The company aj Pullman aro getting ready to join Jas owns and controls a large body of mineral When we land and it Is said they propose to build a Chcallc the chairman said first cimo to this country wo came to railroad to Paducah nmke money merely Our feelings are Goveksok Buckxku has appointed Hon We have now come to J R Morton of the Lafayette circuit now chanced stay It was moved that the American court a siiecial judge of the Rowan cirand English flags bo displayed Wednes Â¬ cuit court to try the cnse of James Harris day fiom the windows of the society hall indicted for confederating to kill Judge Upon tho suggestion of AG Hodge Chief A E Cole The court convenes ot Clan Gordon tho society unanimously t agr etl to parule with the Scotch societies Recently several companies have been on WednesIn tho Presidential profession formed in Louisville for tlto purpose of day making investments in the mountain districts of Eastern Kontncky King Malialoa a Prisoner Ciarrir Jcpoe Givexs of the Henderson Jt The latest hows from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RrbiiLViLu has organized a Huilding 1 JSBBk fe3Jx4 Slrt T iuciuw otpaWoii torts and hizci Tho hamlfoincst are of ine Â¬ showing for example a plaid of dark moss grocn and llomnn red velvet crossed with narrow lines of deep gold with a luir lni3 beyond ot rich bronze brown Some of tha plaits however sre bo large that the ineMo ocks aro Mx mehfS rt i n hi i3 v a sthiKSSfiff T- cv- Since the United States cojipctesin wheat raising with llusia and all the world how can living prices be main Â¬ tained Tho supply of wheat as near as can be estimated for the current i crop year is about equal ta the total want as based upon the Tate of con Â¬ sumption of a few years past Xo cor- ners are desired Xo extraordinary demand is likely to arise from failuro of crops in any other part of the world or from the exigencies of war Not right minded man wants any such deÂ¬ mand from causes that would bo worse than the ovil of low prices Still the rates as things now go do not afford living pric to the American farmer Tiiciv arc t m ov tVre cremedies which are in tho direction of plain com mon senses First there is a chance of JiiorropsilorldnUsrwwHi1 cilTV - vtTws i f 1 isnpniiynrcrenrnesiir -- diicenblons ssakm Â¬ Â¬ Octo-lH-r- J8 square 1 ncp convi reveral ilwlinct shades of oneeoior or ffitmm f many hues of tho 5 V richest der p tone favonts coHtume for the autumn wagloie titting French polon Â¬ aise of camels hair 53u queeus tweed or India cashmere over promexadecosttmc an entire skirt of plaid In tv Qlcd wool or velvet In striking contract to all the splendor of color in theieagona exhibit there Is also a heavy importation of subdued colors and combinations wnich present n degree of ele Â¬ gant arrangement that Ins never been ex- Â¬ celled Golden bronze gray in many beau- Â¬ tiful hades mulberry dahlia novel hand Â¬ some dark tones in green and many neutnl and half shades are all exhibited in tho ln lift Corded frilks and iiioiros both plain nnd fctriped are used for ent Ire dmw and ido in combination with plnfeh and velvet Now basques and bodess are elaborately trimmed down the front thssinaon and every ort of fancy device fo re coned to by tho modiste to pro Â¬ duce new and striking effects Grek drap eries surpHco lronts with vests besides sldrred cloth waiit ooat or those Y shape and covered with sil- Â¬ ver or silk passonien t jrie each and all aro - mmv more u jpjjjthose coll telliireiit comliination of farnieusTa nd the vrectiou and control of elevators so that one year may be fairly averaged up with another- - In this way starva-Â¬ tion one year and repletion another would be avoided Third such a combination if extensive might com Â¬ mand a saving on storage and Tho farmers have transportation shown their power by a combina- Â¬ tion in politics let them show it in the interest of their own business Fourth let them demand those conditions that will bring them better purchasing prices Atn articles that the must buy They sell their products to compete with the world in free trade Let thom ask a diminished tariff on the necessa- Â¬ ries of life and on the articles thatthej must use in building and lor other pur Â¬ poses on the farm They ma- - thus ob Â¬ -- tain a compensation for their low prices on farm products This demand will depend for its success on a united voice multiplied and cumulated from all sections Unanimity and numbers will lie essential but these can be se Â¬ cured in a case like this where the question approaches fearfully near to one of pauperism on the one hand or self support and indepcndent0wcalth on tho othur AVe would respectfully suggest fffr ther that the Alliances and Granges tr f m w Â¬ Â¬ exhibited Other odd vests Bhow a yoke sharply pointed in front and made of vel- Â¬ vet with a line camels hair fckt or otrer and other organizations now existing including tho National Co Operatiro Club and the Farmers Congress unite and work together on some large plan Phcre is an irresistiblo of this kind force existing in the vast aggregation of farmers of this land Why not make it tell for their own economic and business interests Farm Field and Stockman USELESS MILLIONS Why Goi iTnnifiit Tiixutlon uijujtai5jiujr-llay-V- -- Should ami thn mob Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ti ni ntt iu UVI0 mill upon tho police officers with club whacks over the heads and hands and driven back No shots wero fired but several persons wore severely injured by knife thrusts and cuts Meanwhile the members of tho local lire department were attaching a hoso to an adjacent hydrant with the intention of throwing a stream of water upon the heated Anarchists and in a hall nearly all the members of Ellsworth Post G A It were busily preparing themselves to go to the rescue should there be signs of tho police be- Â¬ ing overpowered Happily the sorviccs of neither was required The police drove the crowd back and Chief Schwartz told them it was useless to attempt to hold their meeting At this time there wero fully ten thousand people surging up and down tho street and a cordon of polico was thrown around tho rink The polico mado four arrests Ono of tho prisoners was so badly injured that he will probably die a 1 Â¬ hhio nntnrl somo with Malietoa on board a gHnboat for the pur- Ok villi W Woon has been appoint Â¬ oxillnhim on account or nu imi- - ed postmaster at Wide Awake Carroll knives unsheathed050 of prevent Sure to his people irom robbing County 1 l II null uuu ill v 3 German plantations King Malietoa had Colonel Johx B Fish of Pinevillc who They were met by tho iMiflina 1 Tin tw1 previously written to the Britisli and American Consuls expressing disappoint ment at the absence of their suppoit Bill Kissane Again Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sax Fkaxcico Oct 3 By a ruling of Judge Sawyer of tho U S circuit court to day tfe cafio against Win Kissane which achieved such wldo notoriety owing to the career of Kissane at tho East was practically ruled out of court under tho statute of limitation Noble Benefaction SmixoriELP Mas Oct 3 Harry Bisha native of Berkshire County and loadingcitizen of Chicagoproposes to erect aud equip at a cost of not loss than SiiO 000 a training school for nurses in connoc tjon with tho Pittsfield House of Mercy He does this as a memorial of his son op Spain Ready for War Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Munchralhs Sentence Banquet tor the Anarchists Prohibited Chicago Sept 29 The woodcock and champagne banquet which George Francis Train proposed giving tho condemned An- Â¬ archists has been prohibited by tho of-Â¬ ficials Columbus 30 Judgo Wake- Â¬ field overruled the motion for a new trial Siocx CiTr Ia Sept ths Next Meeting Plac 143000 Mus Clevelaxti says she will not again havejier photograph taken as loug as sho St Louis Sept 29 The G A R En campment to day decided in favor of Co- Â¬ lumbus O for the next annual meeting Londons New Mayor Loxdox Sept 29 A Catholic hotel keeper Polydorc De Koyser has been elected Lord Mayor of London He is tho first Catholic incumbent of the office since tho Reformation and hts election causes a sensation Mr De Koyser is a Beljian by in Munchraths caso this morning and sentenced him to four years imprison--mein tho penitentiary at Fort Madison Mr Argo entered exceptions nid gavenotice of appeal The court fixed Munch raths ball at 7000 Thirty days wero allowed the defense In which to file tho bill of exceptions nt - I e ha ji ivjt is mistress of the White House She is offended at tho use to which her portrait has been put in advertising cigarettes and chewing tobacco Steimeo oysters are rcconyhcndcd by physicians as tho most wholusomc But ordinary restaurant fried oysters dry and leathery and entombed in a mass of indi gestible batter are a sanitary menace uud Miould bo snubbed Uexeiul Jcax N Coetilla a professional Mexican i evolutionist has been pardoned by President Diaz after an im He ouco prisonment of eleven years crossed over the KIo Grando and captured tho town of Brownsville 1ex The revenue cutter Bear on dnty in Alaskan waters has rescued from an In dian village near Naturin a sailor namoi Vinccntwho is the sole survivor of tho crew of the whaler Napoleon lost three years ago His condition is described as most pltiablo The recent session of tho American For estry Congress a Springfield I1L was at-Â¬ tended by delegates from all parts of tho Norths and West and from Canada The meetiniwas one of tho mptnterosting yet held and will produce excellent re- Â¬ sults Tlio next session will bo hold in Atlanta Ga Germany has a remarka VcKTEMDCB0 ble mind reader in the person of n peasant girl nineteen years old whorifcaskcd a question In the day Umo in a language un Â¬ known to her will respond to It after dark in the same language She is said to shed her hair periodically These lives in Troy MoJ alittle girl about eight years old whoso head isulmost an iron gray and it is steadily aad per Â¬ ceptibly growing grayer and the present Inaications aro that Jong before she reaches womanhood her once raven black hair rfill have become snow white Fright caused the change in color AKextcckt girl snapped a kernel ol tot fcr lover aed put out his eye Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aged Couple Wedded Rock Auk Sept 30 Ephriam Lcmley aged ninety two tind Mrs Mary Burton flged sixty of Popo County havo just been married Lcmley has had four wires this jircscnt bride mdking his fifth He has twenty thrco children is a native of Alabama and has lived in Popo County XiTTLE birth forty five years 1 w The Tennessee Election Madiuo Oct 3 Eight battalions of in- Â¬ fantry basides cavalry and artillery It was reported under General Lasso havo boon concenhero to day that Sands Hopkins an ec-Â¬ trated at Cadiz and Malaga in readiness to centric young man worth millions who cross to Morocco Sovoral war ships aro has figured extensively in numerous also in readiness for active service scrapes had engaged a noted cowboy pugilist named Pcto Hickman to accomCholera in Quarantine pany him to Europe under a formal conNew Yomc Oct 3 Four more case of tract to thrash any person offering a slight cholera havo developed on Hoffman Island to Hopkins Hopkins agrees to pay Hick- Â¬ of the steamship man J100O if the lighting is well dono among tho passengers wore removed to Alcshi Tho paients during the trip which will be quite ex- Â¬ Swinburne Island Thoro aro fourteen tended cases under treatment Deliberately Shot Into a Crowd ol Children The Soilcrs Were Old Chicaco Oct 2 John Sullivan living on Henry street had a difficulty with his St Loci Oct 3 Tho boiler in Gcorgo son and other boys this afternoon in Plants ilouriiig mill exploded this mornwhich ho was severely beaten lie went ing killing four persons and seriously intqhis hqtsc and emptied a injuring two others ono of whom will die shotgun into tho crowd of children Tho explosion Is attributed to old boilers which had gathered around the bojs wounding about a dozen of them but Twa Children CrusheJ to Death none severely Sullivan was promptly ar-Â¬ Cmair0 Oct 3 Two children Annio rested Brick and Richard Armdt whilo passing A Southern Ladys Fatal Freak through a lumbei yard on their way from Bpooklvx Oct 2 Mrs W1V Woolscy school this aftornoou wero instantly killed of Aiken S C who was under treatment by a pile of lumber falling on them for a nervous disease at tho residence of Terrific Crash Dr S Fleet Spier 1C 1 Montague street fell or jumped from a third story window Mixehsville Pa Oct 3 Bya collision to day and received injuries from which en tho Mino Hill Railroad near here she died this evening Her husband owns thirty six loaded freight cars wcru de a large cotton plantation near Aiken molished but nobody was injured Young Millionaires Kaxsa Citt Oct 2 A Quscr Idea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ double-barrele- d -- Â¬ MEMruisTExx Sept29 Returns from the State up to midnight indicatqjtho do feat of Prohibition by a small plurility Nashville Texx Sept 23 Litest returns show so close a vote in tne State an to make the result doubtful Montreal Obscured bySmoke MoxTREALScpt 29 Smoko frtm bush fires and the fog arc doing ajtcrribla amount of injury in andmround iiiatreal Work has been suspended on tho harves t t A Celestial Stretches Hemp SaxFkaxcisco Sept 30 Lo SaroBo New Yohk Oct 2 At the trial of th a Chinaman was hanged in tho county pneumatic dynamite gun eleven shots to day for the murder of a fellow were fircdin ten minutes All the shots jail countryman named Chau Ah Chuck fivo were accurate at a target two thousand years ago yards away A Pneumatic Dynamite Gun Pai her known actress die 1 to day while a surgi- Â¬ cal operation was being performed upon m ucuim oi in tie Himcc Oct 3 MUe Aimce the well- - was in Louisville the other day says tho work ii progressing rapidly on the Cumberland Valley railroad A tunnel be tween Corbin and Barboiirvillo is givin the contractors somo trouble but it is almost certain that trains will be running into Pineville by tho first of the year Bro Company dis The J B Wathan tillers at Louisville made an assignment Tho liabilities are placed at K000 Tho assets including the plant which is ono of the most costly of the kind in the State aro S1250X A strike in the woolen mills of Louis ville has ended by the old hands returning to work under nn agreement to sevor their connection with tho Knights of Labor who ordered the strike Tun rotail merchants of Louisville will contest in the courts tho now license ordi nance by which they aro taxed two dollars XX of business on each done by them whilo wholesale men only pay one dollar Thoro is much fooling among tho retailers Govkrxoh Bvckxkk appointed Dr XV 11 Rogers formerly of tho Lexington Insane Asylum first assistant superintendent under Dr W U Pusoy at tho An Â¬ chorage Asylum Dr Rogers assumed his duties October 1 Dn Thomas II Miles one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of Bloomfleld died ntthc residence of his Dr J M Young in Hodgonville in the eighty sixth year of his age Stevi Thahue Nick Worthington John Green and Wm Perkins of Shawhan were returning from church at Lairs Sta t on they all stopped utTerey Adairs and got a quart of whisky which they drank Afterward Trabuo boasted that ho would coino out in a new C5 suit of clothes on Sunday and Worthington and the balanco of the boys chided him as not having a 03 suit when all at once Trabuo drew a largo knife and stabbed Worthington thrco times and It is thought fatally onco be Â¬ tween tho sixth and seventh ribs once through tho left lung and in the face Trabuo is still at large and the officers aro searching diligently for him Alijeut Camden and Willis Barnctt railroad men exchanged shots nt Rowland the other evening in which Barnctt was shot in the right leglt seems that Barnctts son Will and a step daughter of Camden had been rather intimate and Camden attempted to give the young man a lecturo about it when the father appeared with the above results Johx XV Skillmax Sn and Mrs Ephri- Â¬ am Ilprton of Bourbon County were mar- Â¬ ried a few days ago This is tho grooms fourth marriage and tho brides second He is eighty years of age and she is sixty Â¬ the lower edge This fullness is held in at the belt by a pointed Swiss girdle made of its i velvet like the yoke Few dresses of cloth fey show the plaited loot MiAcllfttl 1vn1AL n vttuumiv Wi uajitj viiru parlors of a leading fasbion journal many handsome models for made this autumn Â¬ fffl tJH IE jervfl ttJf iA i h Â¬ SgJj r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I vuiJng gownssred plavcd There drcssas show that long fall draiieries panel effects and long waisted bodices are yet to reign the novel feature of tho seasons modsls being in ths hand Â¬ some and effective details of drapery and trimming rather than in radical changes of the outlines of the various gowns thein Felves All wrappings for the toason except those designed for traveling and utility uses aro short and of varied but decided shnies Whether the wrap be vitlie pelerine jacket or cape- - it not frequently jiartakes of all these shapes at once it mnt bo short though longer by several inches than tho diminutive toy garments worn Iart spring Some models emanate from the dolman and arc slashed at the leck to tocomnudatc tho tournure wnlcn yes ROMEXADE s- iwK m C0S1OIE Â¬ Tfieu there are styles showing a cose jacket-lack stoutly asserts itselt with son-in-la- w Â¬ five with a natty vest showing beneath There are also r ite i with long tabs down the front which fall low on the dress ekitt Thise tals are superb Â¬ ly decorated upon exÂ¬ pensive velvet wraps made In th s shape Jcckcts are formed of queens tweed Irish blarncv fancy Melton and Lincolnshire suit Â¬ ings The jackets of this year are not of any fixed style for there aro jackets and jackets plain and se Â¬ vere in tailor fashion EXOLibii tailob cogsac displaying many tujie with scurrs coquetries They aro ix non ax kimpe ijfjh open long and short single and doubebreasted to suit the wearer One of tho most stylish coats exhibited is one of dark blue pilot clotli turned back each eide with riven of tho same tho edges of these and the turn over collar and cuffs outlined with a single piping of -- old or silver braid The garnitnro is far -icher than the showy raid elaborate silver imbrolderics worn last spring Polish coats of Roman red pilot cloth nnd thoso of red and black striped Persian wool mrde in tiilor style are worn ovei Mack C D P skirts of every description pleevee at the front slirg There are stored away in the Gov ernment vaults at Washington 500 tons of gold and nearly 7500 tons of silver If loaded in carts liljTj coal it would require 8000 strong horses to haul it Every dollar is this vast sum re resents a dollars worth of labor The whole of it represents tho entire earnings of 1000000 workmen for one year It vas wrung from the people by war taxes contained for over twenty j ears after war had ceased It has been earned by the toilers of the coun- Â¬ try and is as useless to them now as if it still remained burled in the mines The commerce of the country needs a larger money circulation The agri- Â¬ culture of the country demands it Tut- Â¬ ting it into the market may make money cheaper That it what all our 60000000 population want except a few thousands or hundred thousands The money was ere of capitalist ated not by their labors but by those of the toilers and belongs therefore to the latter Such a vast hoard is not needed to secure the paper obligations of a nation whose wonl is as good as gold This vast accumulation is a constant temptation to reckless extrav- Â¬ agance by Congress a constant entice- Â¬ ment to all sorts of outrageous claims on public generosity and beneficence Taxes should be speedily reduced so as to put an end to the hoarding process and some means should be devised for promptly restoring this enormous sum to the peoples pockets from which it Bural should never have been taken Keto Yorker 11 UN Mystery ol the Norlh WcsL Sept 30 The Pioneer Pre learns from Duluth thatr tho houso of Louis Floight an aged bachelor who lived alone in the country near there burned carly this morning A few and all vessels in tho river are enable to whitened bones in the ruins indicated that proceed and fifty ocean stcamiirs arc Floight lost his lifo He was in town yesterday and drew 1S00 from tho bank land bound Foul play is feared Civil Service Law Test Case Sentenced to Be Hanged HAVERniLL Mass Sept 29 Ajuit has Dan Lyons tho New Yohk Sept 30 been brought against the mayororthis city to test a clause of the civil scrvico murderer of Jos F Quinn tho athlete law which providesthat preference shall was sentenced to day to bo hanged tho 2oth of November U be given to Union Veterans St Paul Mixx Discouraged Preacher Suicides MiLLEitsuuno O Oct 2 Henry Clem- Â¬ ents living fivo miles west of here put tho muzzle of a shotgun in his mouth and pulled the trigger with his toe The too of his head was blown off He was a local preacher of the Free Methodist Church Cause discouragement at tho ill success of his preaching a miner nt Tower Minn was burned to death in the attempt to rescuo his two children from his burning cabin His wife and one child aro left destitute a St Tavl Miner Burned to Death Oct 2 Louis Tasky Pensioxs wero issued to tho following The force of habit Socks Bus Â¬ kin me boj I was astonished to loam Kentuckians on tho 27th Lewis Thomas minminor of Henry Redd just now that you ran off tho stage in Marion Miles Mayes Lcbanou Cadiz H or of Helen Â¬ tho middle of a scene last night over- widow of Thos Hayes Carrollton Thos come by nervousness A Mobley Manchester Jas Crutcher Bris Buskin veteran like nwself attacked b stage lowStntion Thos H Evans Vanceburg frigbt By the gods no Go to good Aaron Burton Grayson Thos Jefferson Reissues Edmund T Wool Socks Well tvJiat was tho Greenup Socks matter then A boy in folk Paducah Thos Clark Ambrose Jas Buskin Lawrence the gallery gave so good an imitation O Nervy Nicholasville Bryantsville Kelly Â¬ Louisville Wm Allen Hen of a locomotive whistle that I made an ry Greenwood Penrod V C Parish Har involuntary rush to get on the other rodsburg Larkin M Burnett Utica track Smith Turpin Ambrose Tid Bits Â¬ -- The shooting season has set in and the average boy begins to worry the life out ol his parents for a gun with which in all human probability the boy will either cripple himself or s micbody else Father said Johnny cant you spare money Fizzletop My son enough to get me a gtTn get you a when I can spare a bby Ill sun- - Â¬ f- - alias John Hickcy was discharged this morning from prison after threes ears term for pocket picking and wg at vnca aken into custody on requisition from tho Governor of Michigan and starUiltbrDe- troit in custody or two officers He is wanted there on a charge of murder com r 1UIIIU DktUAl From One Prison to Another Thomastox Ml Sept 29 GeoVBaxter JU3 JtUtU j it the whites and nccroes of Matamml nnd i Brntoria Counties Tex is over buVthsra l n laurt ol tttCiher ernbroak Acstix Sept The Race War Over 29 Tiic trouble between Kaxsas City Oct 2 News has reached Ottawa III Sept 30 Lawyer Salmon this city to night of an attempt to shoot gave the order for a tranthis morning last script of the record in the An- Governor- Martin at AtchisoD Kas horn wiilking case7 the purpose being to pre- Â¬ night The Governor was archist and was accosted by John M sent it to tho Supreme Court of t o with a friend editor who made use of vile Reynolds an Mr Salmon has bccaj United States language Martin remonstrated when here since yesterday He says tho the rellow drew a large pistol but he was placing of the order was caused by his dc I before ho could use sirc to limit Clerk Taylor to ten daysliino seized by a policemau it and locked up The loth of in which to prepare the op3 October was finally settled upon asjho A Prominent Citizen Assassinated date when tho record must be completed Clahksville Texx Oct 2 John T Deputy Clerk Snow at dhec started to Nolcu a prominent citizen of Shilo in tho Chicago to engage the necessary numbu lower end of Montgomery County was of typ3 writcr to coraploto tho work ihoti yoiariliy by an tinknown tmusiu Â¬ Â¬ - The Bomb Throwers Attempted to Shoot a Governor Geo Liextel cmnlovo of OBriens to-said Bagley you bocco works Covington had four finger know Jenks What port of a fellow is taken off in a cutting machine he He has owed me a bill for over a TnE safe of J D Hughes Co lumber year Is ho honest said dealers Nicholasville was entered the Yes Say Watson Watson slowly Jenks is hon- Â¬ faculty waSjf o strongly developed that she couliLpot avoid doing every thing sho sawthcrs do Babanis has an ac cotintif a ruan similarly disposed and ivha expcrienced insupportable sufother night by somo one who knew tho fering if prevented from yielding to j The case isrecorded by Tissot of a young womaUin whom the imitative est theres no doubt about that but it takes him a longtime to find it out Journal of Education Leaning againstthe wall enclosed ina wooden frame in a ilurray street New York store stands a slab ol cork eight by seven feet and from one nnilkme half to two inches iu thick a It coroo I nm Portuptb r - - J I 3a t I TV I -- t f combination and 125 was stolen Hughes does not know that the safe was locked Simon Bowman a porter for the firm was arrested on suspicion Mk W L Gohdox who was iijurod several weeks ago by tho falling of n bridge on the Ohio Valley railroad has instituted suit in tho Crittenden County circuit court for 5000 damngcsAagains Dichman the contractor and J P M J sub contractor int Q trio impulse is - about the timrTwhen ha This O comes along with smiling face and bootjack Wfi outstretched hand and says Hullo How do kou paree Examiner old man hare you got hoine again 1 dejesntpass Pupil How surprised he would be wero you schoolmaster him at all if I sees himcomin I 0 I havent got home yet to say the other I am stillBt iiar Harbnn Boston turn3 back- Cand goes ronfl w a way Gwrtirt - THE TARIFF The protected farmers arc now getting sixty eight cents per bushel for their wheat delivered in Chicago Philadelphia Record If Henry lay should return and cn-counter tho present tariff he wbuldf Think he had stubbed his toe against the Chinese walk Alta Californian It is time that we should reduce our war taxation and it will be well for those to get out of the way of the movement who do not xjsh to be run over Cincinnati Enquirer There arc many who believe that tho doctrine of protection is carried much too far under the present tariff and an increasing number of working men are counted among them Boston Harald The old Confederate soldiers do not ask for persons from the Federal Government What they need and de- Â¬ sire is a revision of the tariff so that they will be able to buy the necessities of lifo at the lowest prices Charles- Â¬ ton Xcws and Courier Tho high protection idea is not strong in the Northwest The farm- Â¬ ers oFthat section have already paid dearly enough for the delusions of a Irih tariff ana ootn parties in iun well as in Wisconsin and Minnesota are looking for somo relief from the burden it imposes Lafayette Journal ra said little Harold to hisÂ¬ paternal parent after that individ ual had been reading an article on Pa Superstition to his family doesnt death always follow the howl replied No darling of aodog sometimes it is the Backstruttlc REFORM - ir o o O t if - -- rH -- - 3S h r W Ns-r- -- ra jSsssehbb 4 3TJJf-w 5c 1 c 3 Mr-- - IP fc T JfREE GRACE He was - rf MKttaaC--i- l - pi Tff - jri u 4h9 B 8 - I birMPf - A t t v rv - plause for imperial butchers butbuffeting for the Princo of Pea c Plenty of golden chalices for tho favored to drink out of but our Prince must put His ips to tho bucket of the well by tho roadiide after Ho had begged for a drink lSorl Born I in another mans barn and eating at another mans tablo and crulng tbolako in another mans fishing rtiack and buried in another niuns inausiaicum i our in spired authors wrote ofHis blography and innumerable live of Christ have been published but Ho composed His autobiography in a most compressed way He said I havo trodden tho wine pres alone Poor in- - the estima- Â¬ tion of ucarly all the prosperous classes They called Uim Sabbath breaker wmo bibber traitor blasphemer and ransacked the dictionary of opprobrium from lid to lid to express their detestation I o can think now of only two men who espoused His cause Nicodcmus and Joseph of Arimathca His friends for the most part were people whotiu that cli mate where ophthalmy or inflammation of tho eyeball sweeps ever and anon as a scourge had becomo blind sick peoplo who were anxious to gcj well and troubled people in whoo family there was somo one dead or dying r lf He had a purso at all it wasempty or wewould have heard what was done with tho contents at tho post mortem Poor The pigeon in tho dove cote the rabbit in its burrow the silk worm in its cocoon the bee in its hive is better provided for better off better sheltered- Aye the brute creation has a homo on earth which Christ has uot But tho Crown Prince of all Heavenly dominion has loss than the raven less than tho chamois for ho was homoless Aye in tho history of the univorso there is no other instance of such coming down Who can count tho miles from thetop of the throne to the bottouhof the cross Cleopatra giving a banquet to Anthony took a pearl worth a hundred thousand dollars smd dissolved it in vinegar and swallowed it But when ourPnmenccording to tho evangelist in His last hours took the vinegar in it had been dissolved all tho pearls of His heavenly royalty Down until tlKTo was 110 other depth for Him to touch troubled until there was no other harassment to suffer poor until there was no other pauperism to torture Billions of dollars spent iti wars to destroy men who will furnish tho statistics of tho value of that precious blood that was shed to save us Ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ that though He was rich yet for A yoursakes He becamo poor Only those who study this text in two places can fully reach its power the Holy Land of Asia Minor and tho Holy Land of Heaven How I should like some day to take a drink out of Jacobs well and tako a sail on Galilee tind read the Sermon on the Mount whilo standing on Olivot and see the wilderness where Christ was tempted and be somo afternoon on Calvary at about three oclock the hour at which closed tho crucifixion and sit under tho sycamores and by the side SOLOMONS TEMPLE of brooks and thinf and dream and praye about tho poverty of Him who What Is Known Alinut Uir 3Iot riimoii Structure Ver Krtctetl came save our souls But to It is probable that the actual temple stood you and I will probably be denied that and so here in another continent and on an elevated platform liko that which now rises sixteen of iir another hemisphere and in scenes as ground upon thefeet above the levellies the center of which tho different as possible Ave recount as well as great Sakhara Bock which gives its name we may how poor our Heavenly Princo beto came And in the other Holy Land abovo of Dome of the Bock Herodtlio Mo que of Omar The according to of we may all stuuy the riches that He left the Mii hna templeentirely was built on raUed behind when re started for earthly ex- arches pedition Come let us bargain to meet We know that inside the temple no stone each other at tho door of tho Fathers was visible all was of gilded cedar wood mansion or on bank of tho river just and olive and cypress wood varionely where it rolls fv under the Throne or at carved and tapestried in parte by purple the outside gate Jesus got tho contrast and embroidered hangings But what was by exchanging tt world for this wo will the external aspect of the nacrctl building got it by exchane ng this world for that itMilf the joy of tho whole earth There and then you will understand more Strangely enough our existing tccord leave of the wonders of the grace of our Lord us entirely in tho dark on this olnt In tho Jesus Christ who though Ho was rich works of later rabbis we have glowing und highly iinoginativo descriptions of the yet for your sakes became poor aspect of tho third temple but even these Yes grace free grace sovcreighracc omnipotent graco Among the thousands are too yngno to help our imagination Th of words in tho language there is no more onftside of Solomons temple and its general queenly word It moans free andfuumer appearance ore left almost undescribctL Wc know there was a richly ornamented ited kindness My text has no monopoly porch that we do uot even know with any but of tho word Ono hundred and twenty certainty whether the building itself was nine times does tho Biblo eulogize grace covered with one level roof or whether on It is a door swung wide open to let into tho outsldo as well as within the Holy the pardon of God all tho millions who of Holies appeared to be of lower choose to enter it elevation We do not know whether the p ricliasGpd John Newton sang of it when ho wrote TOof was flat or as the rabbis say ridgeO But ono day there was a big disaster in Amazing grace how sweet thejound On the top of it there seem to have beci department of Gods universe A race pome gildedlippcr chambers There can be That saved a wretch like me fallen A world in ruins Ourplauetthc Philip Doddridgo into all hvma no reasonable donbt that the roof of the old scene of catastrophe A globe swinging ologywhen he wroteput it tabernacle rose in a ridge ior othcrwifc tho out into darkness with mountains and outer fckins woidd havounk down and torn Grace tis a charming sound seas and islands an awful centrifugal of the curtains which in cau of a rainfall Harmonious to tho ear sin seeming to overpower the beautiful might have broken through altogether It Ilea en with the echo shall resound centripetal of righteousness aud from it a And all the world shall hear is fafd the temple was covered with beams fnnan reached Heaven Such sound liml Ono of John Bunyans great books is enand boards of cedar they were hfnbxer besir heard jthcrc PJcntrcf sweet titled Abounding Grace It is all of sloped to both sides orbut unless byjilllars tupportcd sounds but never an outcry of distress ox graco that Lain saved havboenuoivtho it would havo been d flicuit to secure beamr an echo of agony At that one groan the lips of hundreds of dying Christian Tho morn than thirty feet long from becoming Princo roso from all the blissful circum boy Sammy was rightwhcn being exam warped and sagged Wo know tliit on apÂ¬ jacencc and started for tho outer gate ined for admission into church member- Â¬ proaching it we should havo seen a tlirec and descended into the night of this world ship he was asked - Whose workrwas htoricd house over which rose the lattfcc and ha answered OUtof jjsjiatabrightharbor into what rough your salvation Part perforated wall of the temple it elf but this sqalStay with uscricd angel after angel mine and part Gods Thotithc examiner besides even uncertainty about the roof r knowwhethcrthe outer surface No said asked fnndpotcntate after potentate What part didyou do Sammy l do not I opposed God all was of stone ortvhether it was overial I can not stay I must be off aud tho answer was ftho Prince Oh tho with cedarwcod or with precious metalf for that wreck of a world I must stop I could and He did the rest groan 1 must hush that distress I height of it tho depth of it tho length of as the chronicler fecms to imply not that whether it must fathom that way I must redeem it the breadth of it tho grace of God Nay it has was ornamented or left blanki even been a matter of those nations Farewell thrones and tem- Mr Fletcher having written a pamphlet whether tho general character of the dispute temple ples companions cherubic seraphic arch that pleased tho King the King offered to was Greek or Egyptian or Phcuuician angclic Excuse this absence for 1 will compensate him and Mr Fletcher an- though the use of cedfr beams and largo Jcqmo back again carrying on my shoulder swered JT blocks of J tono hewn in fquarcs and joined j Vhandsomo world Till this is done I There is only one thing I want and that Without mortar together with the whole choose earthly scoff to Heavenly acclama- is moro grace Yes my blood bought history of tho structure seems to prove de- Â¬ tion and a cattle pen to a Kings palace hearers grace to livo liy and grace to die cisively that the style of architecture was frigid zono of earth to atmosphere of celes- by Grace that saved bo publican that borrowed directly from neighboring Tyre Tho erection occupied seven years and a tial radiance I havo no timo to lose for savcl Lydia that saved the dying thief hark yeto the groan that grows mightier that saved tho jailer that saved me fBut half in spite of the small size of the actual Ye the richest of that grace will not bo fully temple Size indeed was no element of its while I wait Farewell Farewell magnificence for it was know the graco of our Lord Jesus Christ understood until Heavxm breaks in upon many an English chnrch much smaller than But it must be that though He was rich yet for your tho soul An old Scotchman who had been remembered that it wub not intended for a soldier in ono of the European wars was either priests or worshipers poor sake He becamo Ancient and Was there over a contrast so overpower- Â¬ sick and dying in ono of our American Eastern worship was mainly in the open His ono was air the shrine itself only symbolized the desiro ing as that between the noonday of hospitals Christs celostial departure and tho mid- Â¬ to see Scotland and his old home residence of God Even when we allow for night of His earthly arrival Sure enough and once again walk the heather of the immense preparations the time devoted to4 tho angels were out that night in tho sky Highlands and hear the bagpipes of the the building is comparatively insignificant aB1 especial meteor acted as escort but Scotch regiments The night that the old The temple of tho Ephesian Artemis took allvtaat was irova other worlds and not Scotch soldier died a young man somewhat two hundred years to build and four hun One pyramid re- Â¬ reckless but kind hearted got a company dred years to embellish from this world Tho earth made no demonstration of of musicians to coma and play under tho quired the toil of aUOOOO men for twenty welcoihe If ono of the great princes of old soldiers windowftand among the in- - years Wertminstcr Abbey did not assume this worldsteps out at- - depot cheers re- Â¬ struments there was a bag pipe Tho its present size and aspect for manv ccn- sound and the bands play and tho flags Instant that tho musicians began the turies But no building in the world has been more widely famous than tho wayo But forthe arrival of this mission- Â¬ dying old man in delirium said Whats ary Princ6 of tho skies not a torch flared that Whats that Why its tho regi- - UJtemple of Solomon F W J arrar trumpet blew not a mcnis coming norao Thats tne tune not a I am of the opinion that there is nothing plume fluferol All the music and tho yes thats tho tune Thank God I overhead pomp were Our world have got home once more rtBonny Scot- Â¬ so beautiful but that there is something r opened forhim nothing better than a barn land aud Bonny more beautiful or which this Is the Doon were the last still The Rajah of Cashmere sent to Vic words he uttered as he passed up to tho mere image and expression a something - dotr be the WiaabWstca of earned gold and a can- - Highlands of the better country Aud which can neither of perceived by we eye Â¬ 4 comthe senses the cars nor any opy that cost f0000 but the world had hero are hero to day hundreds homesick prehend it merelv in tho imagination Jortk Prince of Heaven and earth only a for Heaven somo bacansn vou have so Cicero g litter of straw The crown jewels in tho many bereavements somo because you Tower of London amount to 15000000 but have si many ailments homesick very mischief It shocks roc to think ho ft much 11 buti-j--i - had nn this member of otcrnal ro for thi fjiihVlaii 1 of Heavei almost every man nihy do who v where to lay Hi he H To0j 1V OW vji- sj uvciusk tint ysa waat to hoar uot tiiv fn lo alt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tek-with - beings different from and superior to our- Â¬ selves We are told that thcworld of Jupi- terTs clianginguntintrs almost fit for crea- Â¬ tures like the human race and that Mars would do for tho human family within lit- Â¬ tle change Jn tho structure ot tho TCspira tory organs But that there is a great world swung somewhere vast beyond and that it is tho head quarters of theuaiverse and tho metropolisof im- inensity and has a population in numbers vast beyocd all statistic and appointments of splendor beyoud tho capacity of canvass or poem or angelto describe is as certain as the Bible is authentic Perhaps somo of tho astronomers with their big telescopes have already caught a glimpse of it not knowing what it is Wo spell it six letters and pronounce it Heaven That is whoro Princo Jesus lived nine teen centuries ago Ho was the Kings son It was the old homestead of eternity and all its castles were as old as God Not a frost had ever chilled the air Xot a tear had ever rolled down the cheek of one of its inhabitants There had never been in it a headache or a sideache or a heart- Â¬ ache There had not been a funeral in the memory of tho oldest inhabitant There bad neveir in all theland been woven a black veil for there had never been auj thing to mourn over Tho passago of millions of years had not wrinkled or crippled or bedimmed any of its citizens All the people there were in a state of eternal adolescence What floral and po monie richness Gardens of perpetual bloom and orchards in unending fruitage Had some spirit from another world entered and asked vhat is sin J what is bereavement what is sorrow what is death the brightest of tho intelligences would have failed to givo definition though to study the question there were si- Â¬ lence in Heaven for half an hour Tho Prince of whom I speak had honors emoluments acclamations such as no other Prhice celestial or terrestrial over en Â¬ joyed As He passed tho strcst tho inhabitants took off from their brows garÂ¬ lands of white lilies and threw them in the way He never entered any of the temples without all the worshipers rfsing up anif bowing in obeisance In all the processions of tho high lays Ho was tho one who evoked tho loudest welcome Sometimes on foot walking in loving talk with tho humblest of the land but at other times Ho took chariot and among the twenty thousand that David spoke of His was the swiftest and most flaming or as when John described Uim He took white palfry with what prance of foot and arch of neck and roll of mane and gleam of eye is only dimly suggested in the Apocalypse lie was not lsko other Princes waiting for the Father to die and then take tho throne When a few years ago an artist in Germany made a picture for tho Royal Gallery representing Emperor William on the throne and the Crown Prince as having one foot on the step of the throne Emperor William ordered the picture changed and said Let the Prince lccex his foofoffthe throne till I leave it Already enthroned was tho Heavenly Princo side by side with the JVthcr hat a circlo of dominion What myrmidous cf admirers What unending round of glories All the towers chimed thcPrincos praises Of all the inhabitants from tho center of the city on over the hills and clear down to tho beach against which the ocean of immensity rolls its billows tho Princo was the acknowledged favorite No wonder my text says that He was Set all tho diamonds of the earth rich in ono scepter build all the palaces of the earth in one Alhambra gather all tho pearls of tho sea in one diadem put all the values of tho earth in one coin tho aggregate would not express his affluence Yes Paul was right Solomon had in gold JEGSO 000000 and in 1020000377 silver But a greater man than Solomon is here Not the millionaire butthequad rillionaire of Heaven To describe his celestial surroundings tho Bible uses all colors gathering them in rainbow over tho throne and set them as agate in tho temple windo and hoisting twelve of them into a wall from striped jasper at the baso to transparent amethyst in the capstone while between aro green of emerald and snow of pearl and blue of sapphire and yellow of topaz gray of chrysoprasus and flame of jacinth All the loveliness of landscape in foliage and river and rill and all enchantment aquamarine tho sea of glass mingled with fire as whcnHhcsun sinks in tho Mediter Â¬ ranean AU the thrill of music instru mentlaiid vocal harps trumpets doxo logies There stood tho Prince surround cd by those who had under their wings the velocity of millions of milc3 in a second rich in Jove rich in adoration rich in power rich in worship rich in holiness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t rHi r 11 OVtl iVf TTlllftask the camel drivers aslS9 Unnnllitlian t rtll lit A frc aucpuurusasK Jiary asu trio throe A5J8 men of the East who afterward came erace ana ior over oeioru mu uuuuu i 9 v God you will sing of the graco of our there young Caspar and Ohriet Paid the Ransom Through Balthasar and old MclchiormiddlfrSd Lord Josug Christ who though He was To know how poor Ho was examine all the rec rich for your sakes becamo poor Death on the Cross ords of real tstate in all that Orien- Â¬ Yes ye for your sakes II was not on or a pleasure excursion ihat He came t for it tal country and see what The fTorld Coaldl Ilare Treated Him Bet- Â¬ what house or what field He vineyard Not was all pain ltwasnoton astronomical ter If It Had Chosen but It Is Not Too ono Of whit mortgage was owned mQrtr J exploration for Ho t knew this world as Late to Bow Down and Confess Ser-Â¬ gagee Of what tenement He tho the Jwelf before Ho alighted as afterward It was Ho mon by Bev T lie Witt Talmige 1 D landlordl Who ever naid Him nti Not was not oecauso lie was cuiupuuuu iu owning tho boat on which Ho sailed or comi for Ho volunteered It was not bethe beast on which or tli nilloW cause it was oasjT for Ho know that it Brookltx Oct 2 The text of Talrnages on which Ho slept Ho rode so littkfestata Tttfl Iia tlini nnil Qnirv finil limiffr Ho had sermon to day was from II Corinthians jn oraer to pay His tax Ho had toTper fim thirst and vociferati3nfcofv anirrV- Yo know the grace of our Lord that a miracle viii 9 a mobs For your sakos- Wipo away your fprm Jesus Christ that thoughHo was rich fishs mouth andputting the amount in having it hauled ashoroT tears To forgivo your wrongdoing Dr Andaftcr His death tho yet for your sakes He became poor world rushed in to companionship your loneliness to Talmagesaid to tako an inventory of His goods and tho sooth your sorrows to sit up with you by That all the worlds which on a cold win new made grave to bind up your tho tors night make the heavens one great cntiro aggregate was tlieui garments He the by uigbiiifd wodflJsJiu tiiouglvbnttla witnthlsftvrhi aro inhabitantlces is an absurdity had worn inslcoping In glitter aTid you home at ktndling up them by Philosophers tell us that many of these traveling highway dayr bearing oathein tUe fining Ithat Jfdllonj last Uylng mists oiir dust of tho vision and saturation jbfne worlds aro too hct or too cold or too rare- sea Paul in my text did not co far from Gwlth the sunlight of a glorious morn For if hitting fied of atmosphere for residence But No I will change that Pauf tho mark did ho whon ho said of your sakes not fit for human abode they may bo fit for -- - P 1 I 4 C Â¬ -- Â¬ 11 - Â¬ the missionary Princo For yoursakes He becamo poor The world could havo treated Hira batter ir it had chosen It had all the means for making his earthly condition comfortable Only a few years before whenFompcy the General arrived at Brindisiho was greeted with arches and a costlr column plo whom he had killed or conqucrb aiia no was auoweu 10 wear his triumpnai robe in the Senate Tho world had ap- Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ will not care and Christ will not care if I cliango it for I must get into tho blessed ness of tho toxt mysolf and so I say For our sakes For wo all havo our temptations and bereavements and con- Â¬ flicts For our sakes Wo who deserve for our sins to bo expatriated into a world as much poorer than this as this earth was poorer than Heaven For our sakes But what a fruitful coming down to tako us gloriously up When Artaxorxo was hunting Tircbazus who was attending him showed the King a rent in his garment Tho King saidr How shall 1 moiid By giving it to me said Tircbazus it Then tho King gave him the robe but commanded him never to wear it as it would be inappropriate Sec the startling and comforting fact whilcour Prince throws oft tho habit ho not only allows us to wear it but commands us to wear it and it will bqcotno us well and for tho poverties of our spiritual state wc may put on tho splendors of heavenly regalement For our sakes Oh the personality of this reÂ¬ ligion Not an abstraotion not an arch under which we walk to behold elaborate masonry not aa ice eastla like that which Empress Elizabeth of Russia over a hundred years ago ordure constructed winter with its trowel of crystal cement Â¬ ing the huge blocks that had been quarried from the frozen rivers of the North but a fathers house with a wido hearth crack ling a hearty welcome A religion of warmth and inspiratioi and light and cheer some thing we can tike into our hearts and homos and business reira tions and joys and sorrows Not an tin inanageablo gift liko tho galley presented to Ptotemy which required four thousand men to row and its draught of waor was so grout that it could not come near the shore but somo Uiingyou can run up any stream of annoyance however shallow Enrichment now enrichment fortver Right about face for you are going in tho wrong direction AVhile you are in a favorable mood for it enter into lif Here aud just now decidy every thing that makes for peace and heaven Agassis says that he has stood at ono place in tho Alps where he cquld throw a chip into tho water in ono direction and it would roll ou into the German Ocean or Uc could throw a chip into in Avater another direction and tt would roach the Black Sea by the Dan ube or ho could throw a chip in another direction and it would outer the Mediter ranean by the Rhone How far apart tho Medityranean and tho Black Sja and tho Gerinau Ocean Standing to day on this Alps of Gospel privilege you can project Vour soul into right currents artd it will roll on into the ocean ofMife or project it in the wrontr direction am it will roll into the soj of death But how far apart the two distances May God help us to appreciate moro and moro tho momentous meaning of our text The Seven Wise Men of Greece were1 chiefly known each for ono apophthegm Solon for tho saying Know thyseir Periandcr for the saying Nothing is im possible to Industry Chile for the saying Consider the end Thalcs for the Suretyship is the precursor of saj mg ruin And Taul distinguished for a thousand utterance micht well afford to te memorable for tho snviiif YY111 ktinw tho grace of our Lord Jesus Christ that though He was rich yet for your sakes became poor that ye through His poverty might be rich Â¬ Â¬ to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tu THELABORERS FRIEND THE SAME OLD ISSUES Democracy and Its Relations to tho Â¬ The Sickening Taint of Itottennc Which ducing Claiea Ierineates tho Kepulillran Party No one denies that the Democratic Regard for tho frecdmen and tho party from the first always without two hobbies tho Republi- Â¬ deviation without variableness or soldiers are cans ride with a persistency that i3 shadow ot turning has been tho and about the next move party and has been pro wearisomoride it entirely out of them- Â¬ they will fdmullr interested in tho welfare pf selves They see their support from working men The interest that the these two quarters gradually dropping Democratic party has taken in tho Simply away from them and why welfare of working men has not boon because the war and the issues grow- Â¬ spasmodic fitful variable invrnil-nit are settled and whatever ing but steady constantand conscientious mayoutof been their importance in havo u o cnaiiuiigo 111c record every pao their time they were distinctly of that liiiriinous with tho facts as we state time are now a part of tiie history of them It could not in tho nature of tho country and can not be reacted things bo otherwise Tho Teat ma amid the pressing demands of a new jority of tlo Democratic party has and advanced generation The sol-Â¬ always beetjpoor men working men diers have won their victories and JiotMnillipmurvs not aristocrats not they turn from their deeds of men who accumulated wealth by mo valor in war to the not less heroic nopolisticftnethods railroad wrcekinconflicts of peace Tiie Republican par Â¬ land grabbing stock and bond gam- Â¬ ty does not own them and while a bling land stealing etc Such things grateful nation delights to honor them have distinguished the Republican and repay them so far as it can the part and in other days the Whig loss of limb and health it is wisdom part- - Andrew Jackson saw tho tend Â¬ to behold that this conies from no one ency of the times when he laid Ids party and the promises of unlimited magisterial hand on the United States pensions made these valiant and loyal Bank and crushed a stupendous mo- Â¬ men with a hope to win their political nopoly support is an insult to their patriot- Â¬ The Democratic idea is the equitable ism and unworthy any party The distribution of the wealth which labor granting of pensions has been on the creates The Democratic party adopts most broad and liberal basis There the declaration that all wealth all rov is not a disabled vetoran or one unable enucs are derivcdffom labor and this comfortably to provido tho means of being true labor should ho fairly re Â¬ sustenance whoso disabilities aro munerated The right of labor to or-Â¬ properly the result of his service in all ganize to promote its welfare U not tins land who docs not receive a pen Â¬ only conceded but advocated Demo sion or who could receivo one on prop Â¬ crats bclievo that such organizations er application No ono is willing to are prudential and in consonance with pluck a singlo leaf from the soldiers Democratic policy and good govern- Â¬ crown He should receivo and does ment receivo all honor and all equitable The question arises what aro the provisions for comfort but there is a prime objects of labor organisation A point were his own good citizenship general reply would be tiie welfare of demands all this fuss about pensions But to bo more spe- Â¬ to stop This Nation will never see their members cific many of tiie labor organizations ono of these deserving in jii suf- Â¬ are benevolent in character they are fer and they know it or should a kind of life and health insurance as Â¬ know it aud in its desire to pro- Â¬ sociations They issue and pay death vide for the worthy some undeserv Â¬ In ing pensioners are living on Hie disability and sicknes policies man- - of these organizations tho most bounty of the Government But poli Â¬ rigid examinations are practiced only ticians see in the veteran army an men of good sound moral character element and they must bid for its are initiated The demand is that tho support The Iowa Republicans in members shall be sober and industrious their platform havo thrown open the that the- - shall be skilled in their trade following plank This Government or calling that thev shall appreciate saved from destruction and treason by the weight and worth of their obliga- - the patriotism and valor of the Union lion and shall be in all re ards good soldiers can not afford in justice or citizens honor to deal loss than justly with Manifestly these labor organizations tlicm It should cordially and prompt Â¬ are profoundly interested in the matÂ¬ ly bestow as an obligation of the Gov Â¬ ter of wages They demand fair pay ernment and not as a charity liberal for a fair days work To this tiie pensions to all disabled or dependent Democratic party does not object soldiers and to the dependent widows indeed it is and has been the battle and children of soldiers This elastic cry of tho Democratic party nor is word liberal stands in pale contrast theret any where on record a particle to the demand for retrenchment and of evidence to the contrary To as reform But when wo look upon all Eimio that the Democratic party has such as this as a political dodge meant at any time anywhere been opposed only to catcli votes a means resorted to fair pa- - or fair honest work is a to over and out again with results so monstrous libel known to be such by well known wc find no caue for won- Â¬ all men who are capable of discussing der at the threatened party dissolution labor problems There is no use fin it but it is sinking But it may be asked who shall de Â¬ through its own weakness and if it re-Â¬ termine what is a fair days work and lies as it has done ou qui stions long what is a fair price for a fair days settled as a means of gaining support work These havo been the serious from a new generation it will fail just questions the diflicult que tions and as surely as those issues arc of the past in settling them many serious contro- Â¬ Chicago Current I nil versies have arisen and it is useless FORAKER AND BLAINE to say they have been outside the do Â¬ main of party politics no political XhJhl aianS S uicro Arraignment ol party ever sought to regulate the price IB cruelty JaiiKt t of labor ami a moments reflection is Governor Loraker 111 his spcecli bc sufficient todismiss the proposition But foio some of his Ohio constituents was there are instances where workinjr- - led in his desire to mako points men have fied the prices for their against President Cleveland into what work they have selected their work was really a severe arraignment of chosen tho fields of labor and then Mr Blainos political veracity In selected tho prices for which they order to show that tho Democratic would perform certain services Hav Â¬ President is responsible for a now out Â¬ ing tho kind of work they perform and break of disloyal feeling in the Soutli rcciving the wages which they have which the Ohio Governor pictures as determined as equitable as also the existing to day lie allowed himself to time of payment the question arises draw a delightful sketch of the quiet if the employer accedes to these de Â¬ loyalty tiiat had grown up in the mands and meets them promptly what Southern States during the Republican occasion is there for complaint Tho Administrations at Washington But Democratic pirty if it was continually on November IS 1S8J before the in- Â¬ in session would be unable to discover auguration of President Cleveland a grievance It would seem that in Mr Blaine smarting under his finally such cases entire harmony should pre- acknowledged defeat made a speech vail between employer and employe at Augusta Me outlining the future or to use a common phrase between course of the Republican party which capital and labor It would seem amounted practically to fitting it out that working men themselves had de- Â¬ with a suppy of new bloody shirts termined what was their equitable To show the difference in tho pictures share of the wealth they created and of the South as it was in JS81 drawn having determined that most vital of by Foraker and Blaine wo bring somo all questions relating to labor it would of their sentences together rORAKKR ULAIXn seem that the had achieved a notable The war between the tew peroa3 in tho Indianapolis Sentinel victor North and South had North realize how com- re work-ing-ina- ns - - CURRENT ITEMS A colored woman in a Georgia town was making cake the other day and in breaking an egg she found a diamond ring in iL Oddly enough she was arrested taken into court and owned up that she stole it- - Theres nothing so very funny about hens eggi MoiJ Free Press A woman who became afterward nn inmate of a hospital had a propen- Â¬ sity to hack herself all over with any sharp instrument she could lay her hands on It was not her purpose to kill herself only she said she experi- Â¬ enced a fascinating pleasure whenever she succeeded in drawing blood Buttons small as they usually are play a more significant part in the worlds history than may bo at first sight apparent To them is due the present style of dress Without them Western nations like the Eastern would wrap their clothes around them Chicago j instead of putting them on -- cheeks ne best cosmetics is what a loTelj- - maiden made ala What Beauty H Ithout Taint luuJ -rThe doctor emember this I f you your Ua would keep from taint Discard tho powder and ta paint The proper thine for all inch 11U WHAT YOU Do yon feel dull Ian mid low spirited life- Â¬ less and indescribably miserable Doth physi-Â¬ cally and mentally experience a sense of fullness or bloating after catinir or of gone-Â¬ ness or emptiness of stomach in the morn in r tongue coated bitter or bad taste iq mouth irrep ular appetite dizziness frequent headaches blurred eyesight floatiny specks before tho eyes nervous prostration or ex-Â¬ haustion Irritability of temper hot flushes alternating- with chilly sensations sharp biting transient pains tare and there cold feeto drowsiness alter rccnls wakefulness or disturbed and unrcfrcshing sleep constant tadcaoribable feeling of dread or of impend ins calamity If you havo all or any considerable number of these symptoms you are suffcrins from that most common of American madica lidious Dyspepsia or Torpid Liver associated with Dyspepsia or Indijrestlon The mora complicated your disease has become tho j rcater tho number and diversity of symp Â¬ toms No matter what pfnjre it has reached - Knrich the blood and maks 11 cure In thli youll and the only cure R1lcn Medical Dlscoverr will do this without faiL It has no equal iiee3 All druggists nnallfaed theatre Merchant Invisible hut Potent for EtU Malaria like somo malignant spirit hovers in tho air invisible but potent for evil often where its existence is not suspected This enemy of health sometimes springs into ex- Â¬ istence where it has never been before not only in periodically pest ridden localities but in places previously healthy Its reme Â¬ dy and its preventive 3 always Hostettcrs Stomach Bitters also a curative for dysÂ¬ pepsia liver complaint and constipation course agnt 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pleased with them from the start or ilrst introduction in this place Every onespcaks in highest terms of them I could get a numÂ¬ CuiteksViijx Ga Nov 0 ber of testimonials if necessary if F AVoni Druggist 1 Liver Blood and Lungs For Vik Lungs Spitting of Wood Short Uron Xnsal Ilreath nei ofAsthma Chronic CoughsCatarrh kindrec chitls and Severe affections it is an efficient remedy Sold by Druggists at S1G0 or Six Bottlti for Si00 13 Send ten cents in stamns for Dr Pierce book on Consumption Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association GG3 rsorz EBOKERs like barbers make their living by shaving BMon tiudQet Hunters Round Trip Ticket from Chicaco to Ellis Junction Wausaufcon Pike jand Pembine River Wis atl2K and Iron Mountain Mich f 13 10 good to return until Dec 31st can be obtained of W W Taii ieuser General Agent Milwaulseo Northern Railroad 55 SClark St Chicago m Itlalu SU BCFFALO 1 - in love he can gen orally be found by sending a belle after him -t ATTERN Tun Itching caused by skm diseases is SAGACIOUS HORSES always relieved by Glenns Sulphur Soap Icmarkable Intcllifiencn Shotrii by Tlicm Uills Hair and Whisker Dye 50c Tho best Under IVcuIlur Circumstances FUEL Â¬ illustration of the sagacity of the horso than is contained in the fol lowing anecdote A Mr Lane of Glou cestershire England on returning home one day turned his horso into a field A few days before this tho horso had been shod and one foot had been pinched in the shoeing The following morning Mr Lane missed the horse Ho caused a search to be made and from what was afterward learned it is supposed that the animal finding his foot uncomfortable made his way out of the field by lifting the gate off tho He went lunges with his teeth to the blacksmiths shop where he iiad been shod a distance of a mile lind a half advancing to the forge held up his ailing foot Tiie blacksmith ex- Â¬ amined the hoof aifd discovering the injur- - took oft tho shoe and replaced it more carefully The horse then set oft at a merry pace for his well known pasture Shortly afterwards those in search of the animal passing the shop mentioned the supposed loss when the Oh blacksmith laughingly replied tho horse has been hero and got re shod and has gone homo again and this they found to be actually tho case It would be diflicult to find a better Touan employed in court becomes a le- Â¬ gal tender so to tpeak V O licayune A m NAn7 ft J 3r Special Ar ranifptaent with ily JIaailnes ire aro enabled to make every one of our ladjr reader a hanO sunieprcent Cut oat this slip and lncloso boforu Deemtier at with- m two centatanjp ior return poMacci to v 1lUO KBITS MONTU IY tha ireat st of all Fam Â¬ Ao Opium in UUU Pisos Cure for Consump- JU UUIU3 ilUUiUUlUU IVUICUIO liUL CStphysiquercArtnf I SrroxG physic willjcnock oat tho atrong 1 raveler - Monmocth III vTn havo been selling Smiths Bilo Beans for over a yer and have found a ready salo for them and they give good satisfaction to Srniocs Eno thoso who use them lKxxiNoa MEMOlCEyrlS Druggists Its curious how affection and confection seem to harmonize Waihttgton Critic Oxrenx Cnnc Throat lung nervous diseases Book free DrGeppertCincInnati0 Â¬ Outwaed bound Harpers a book Bazar If nfllictod with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaao Thompsons EyoWaterDruggists sell iuSoc lips PfV fJ mj Tired AH Over Â¬ Â¬ lustration ot thli worih xs Crovt out with pencil thestza flitri rt Knat U4 SR UN 0 fwIto not sub trtto for another luacazlno for tliu coming year before itiandomo pattern Its doscrlpttTO en Â¬ velope will contain full Information about Demorests Jonthly Ne Tort and joti will receive by ra tnrn mall n full slza pattern with full description and Il- Â¬ East 11th btrect Jacket cent Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ctr EGREGIOUS BLUNDER General Itoccranv Comment on the A It Position ortlin General Kosccrans has been prom- Â¬ inently identified with the Veterans Union and was the spokesman of that association in carrying President Cleveland the assurance of its respect when the childish partisan conduct of certain Grand Army men made it necessary Because of this action tho General and the organization which he represented have been denounced by the pattisan gabblers who were sorely re Â¬ buked for their intemperate conduct Tiie charge is now by this action made that tho Veterans Unioji is beÂ¬ ing used by Democrats for partisan purposes and that it was organized in political antagonism with tho Grand Army organization This charge General Rosecrans him Â¬ self denies and in this --connection shows that the Grand Army was not at first and was never intended to bo a political organization But that it lias grown to be such an organization he admits and deprecates the fact that tho Republican politicians seem to have captured it The General further gives figures to show that the Grand Army would be to day a much more powerful organi Â¬ zation in point of numbers and in fact in every respect if it had not inter- Â¬ meddled with such unworthy political designs and ho draws the conclusion and evety soldier who has the good of the Grand Army organization at heart will agree with him that it is a great mistake to play pranks in this way with so fine a foundation as tho Grand Army had to start on Uarrisburq Pa Patriot When Wales at Homburg1 deÂ¬ manded to bo regaled with tho sight of a typical American Blaine disclaimed the honor but sent for Dcpew who in turn protested and called in Alger of Michigan The last named was fain to admit the soft im Â¬ peachment and pose for his Highness delectation In admitting that he was not a type of American citizenship Mr Blaine showed greater candor and more consideration for his countrys o ood name than has characterized his previ Â¬ AN Â¬ been ended twenty pletely tho chiefs of the years whoa he became rebellion wield the po- Â¬ During that litical power which has time the prejudice that triumphed in tho late had led to it had almost election It is completely failed away a still morn slrmlflcant and both at the South fact that in thoso States and at the North It was no man who was loyal diftlcult to llnd any to the Union no matter trace ot the bitterness how strong a Democrat that had been cngen ne may be has tho dered by the creat con slightest chance of poflict Thcpeopleof the litical promotion South had come to see and conccdo the error ot their cause On all sides especially among the ex soldiers of the Confederacy there was a prowini feelinj of pro found wanKSUiness uiru they had been beaten In battle and that as a consequence slavery V had been destroyed ana they had been saved to be a part and to enjoy the blessings of the Union The results of the war were la short coming to bo every where recognized and accepted and upon the basis ot tneir accent ancc the sections were becoming more securely bound toretuer in union than they had ever been THE MARKETS before ClNCirSATI Oct 4 It was believed that The colored ponuli LIVESTOCK Cattle CommoL1 00 if 00 the day was not far dis- Hon almost to a man i or rhniH ltiitttn o 4 00 tant when the South desiro to support the HOGS C6mraon 5 35 recognizing the justice Republican party but Good Packers 4 S ana equity uiai were by a system of cruel in Â¬ Iltl Good to cholco 3 ij 25 Involved would witu a timidation and by vio-Â¬ SHEEP LAMHS Good to cholco 4 40 fii5 00 creditable pride in do lence and murder KLOUU Famlly 3 13 fffcl 22 w hat was right ac wherever violence and ing CHAIN Wheat No V red cord to even tho most murder aro thought 75 humble colored man the necessary they arc ab v No 3 red Corn No 2 mixed full enjoyment at the solutely deprived of all Oats No C mixed GL 7 otner political power ballot box anci Kye No 2 v ft X wlse of all the rights it tho question cf po1 HA Timothy No 13 no 00 guaranteed by tho Con- litical inequality be- Â¬ 11 no comes the primal ques- Â¬ TOBACCO Medium Leaf stitution mi Good Leaf 15 Co Pnl9 man- Â¬ tion of American PHO VISIONS-Pork-M- css 15 5 15 hood Lard c fO C2J Whether Governor Foraker has for- Â¬ BUTTEK Prime Steam Choico dairy IT 18 Choice to Fancy Creamery 23 20 gotten all about the Augusta speech of APPLES Prime per barrel 2 CO Gb2 23 Mr Blaine or whether his zeal as a POTATOES Pcrbarrclprime 2 50 3 00 NEW YORK Sherman man now leads him to hasten Statc 3 00 db 3 10 to point out the fallacies of his former rLOUH Wheat and Western GHAIN No 2 Chicago fcHft 82 No 2 red chief wc shall not attempt to decide Slifc fili Corn No 2 mixed 52 H AT T Post Oats Mixpfl 314 PORK New Mess 15 25 13 50 Hon John Sherman spoke on tle LARD Western Steam 6 87H Â¬ lresldent Â¬ Similar intelligence wa3 shown by another horfco which of its own accord applied for relief to a farrier from whom ho had previously received Mlllersburf- - O BVBK SUCH He had an internal disease Hull medicine gain iifokb which had been very severe but from REPEATING which for some considerable time he Sold by all druggists 11 sit for J3 Treparedonly had been apparently free One morn- Â¬ by C 1 HOOD A CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass New from Factorr Wc stake onr ing when released from the cart at rrnnritinnnf JTiearsnn tills Itltte and IOO Doses One Dollar nfVr irp tj Itinflin atiiifiita for Illustrated breakfast time and his drivers back In ixri Sml THE FA310CS CLSTOU--tLl- Ii pge Inscriptive Cataiosne Uuns KiDts lJ lntFlshinc Tackle Ilicvelfs snortins locxls c was turned lie took the opportunity to Rrvolvf r walk oft to the farriers work shop PLYMOUTH ROCK PINTS JOHN 1 IOVKLI AK11S CO Uoston Sta a which was at some little distance Full Suits and Overcoats V When the farrier appeared the horso clothing CLT TO OK lay down and seemed anxious to show HI is that you can Jiito things as you want them by every means in his power that he 0i man likessidecorner pockpockctj another was in distress The farrier under-Â¬ ets or an odd pocket hero or thorn Some want stood him concluded he was troubled fpricg bottom which by Rest In t hn Vorld JTads only by tho Fnoor Lnbrtca with his old complaint and adminis- Â¬ Y 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Morpktme Habit Cnrut Is 1 till cared to e days X aVtepaea Mr J py laaoa 1155 WKITINO T ABVERTISEJW rXJCMS ta sa ww UavJMvatlaas Mate tmat l IS d j T j Cn ft ft VT O wtrp G j 1 i rV V It S 3asr cl-- cPsgecg jiMi3Vi 3 CLAK TRACK FOB f -- I - t - i -- f BTJCHA2TA2T A in the manufacture of perfumery the friend of the people the man who keens the prices down has arrival in Hickman with a Steamboat load of strictly first The Old Veteran M class GOODS all New Elegant Reliable and Substantial I claim to have the Largest Stock the Best Stock and hy a Biff Majority the CHEAPEST STOCK in Hickman and I am determined to keep up my reputation lor iair dealing ana lor selling rat Class Goods at Lower prices than any house in this section of country THE HICKMAN COURIER HICKMAN FRIDAT BUfiMNAN OUR NEW RAILROAD Kl OCT From Ilickitiaii via Keel foot to lUeuilii at 7 1S87 The Nitintry ua Products Schicij IracucMbllK V O us have peace were the great words ottliatillustriouaGen- - Just at this time when our peo-erai uraiii Lems navcanoiiier pie are verv much interested in war fipeniR to be the nrovailinp rimQ inii nf a l U nentiment of to day among a class i road from Ilickmauto Memphis of Republicans led by Forakerlaiul havingjrecentl tMiw iUn -- V a PwUehU Jhm rxy rteTr UasfjiesB trip along uMTjuljucent to the line of the The franklin Favorite lo proposed road I thought it might twenty subscribers recently on j he of some interest to many of account of publishing an objei - the readers of the Courier to tionable report of a base ball give you a few facts gathered dnr- i Siwli is tlm lifp nf viliinrs- IillllP rtK u UIIUIVOL JI1UI11IIS- jj they often snfler for acting so ted previous to my leaving home rashly iu publishing certain things with reference to this proposed railroad very naturally caused me Samuel L Avery has decided to observe more closelv certain to accept the Republican nomina- - facts than I otherwise would flM irf iui iiiiiwi T T i t -mi F wr Unni yi ijuiiioijuc jiic have done My route lay under Democrats will take up the gaunt wie niuns trout HicKinan to Stones iei wius inrowu down anu liffht Kerrv or tne foot of Rplfnnt the battle on that line althouch i creuktiiencn croswn tlm Oliinii tho former city elections iu that nvw- at Harrisons Landing 15 city have not been political miles below Lanes Ferry formerly Morri weathers Ferry thence Thirty seven citizens of Ar-Â¬ to or near Key corner on the kansas have brought suit rxLiiiist I orkedDeer river some ten or the Iron Mountain Railroad Com fifteen miles from its junction with pauy for damages ranging from tho Mississippi river 83000 to o00 the whole amount the bluffs sued for amounting to more than Starting from the point of bluffs 150000 The grounds of the suit are that th plaintiffs were side near the Semones farm just below tracked at Newport Ark July Hickman I traveled the road im mediately under 4tiit ana remained there many old Carpenter the bluffs to the farm about 12 nours miles near Reelfoot creek the runs The call for a Constitntiona road I traveled on nearly this what may be j entire distance Convention in Kentucky carried at tne last election by a majority termed a second bench between ot o0lo under the new law j j iua uiuus auu inu extreme nigu- has to carry at two more regular water mane ot tne overiiow or elections before the convention back water from the Mississippi can he convened The Assessors river this fact and a description books show 3SO000 legal voters of the bluffs between Hickman whereas the call only record ISO and Reelfoot creek is too familiar 719 Under the Offut law it had to our people to give any descripa majority under tho Assessors tion of them Crossing Roelfoot books it had not It will end in creek at Graceys old mill seat I again came to the bluffs ou tho the courts east side of Ruolfoot creek following these bluffs some 20 miles THE REASON WHY to the rich woods of Obion counA New York writer says that ty thence on the same direct lino Vthfi two Iriiifinil nincna irlitnli- L had been traveling to Obion ifc lnv let to decline in maf river tiroanUtp it Iliiu fen Hmonv among fashionable circles Lauding where I again found the in Xew York are the incracased chain of biuiis coming down in a - comforts and diminished expense point to the river After follow Â¬ of bachelor life and the overwor ing these bluffs some four or five ship to which we have accustom- miles my route left them they ed our women continuing iu an easterly direc tion towards Dyersburg while I continued my way through a fine THE MONEY DEVIL level country to near tho Forked Elder Eads the venerable head Deer river not far from Key Corof the Society Friends at South ner and probably some 10 miles Union Ky writes the Louisville from what is known as Necdhains Times cut off of the Mississippi river Friend WnUraon may wltnrU away at I understand that after crossing the Mo ey D vil as long h I I holds river at Key out b t ib saanc mnjesy will c till roam the Forked Deer Co uer and on tho same line with oTr he vnrM weijiijj whom he may d vour Oiily last Sbbath I had before me the bluffs at Hickman yon again a respeatable andienco aid put to them find the same bluffs extending the question If any one of you some IS or 20 miles to near the tliinktjoteaer snd more of God than you Hatchie river bottom do of a dilUr please hold up yoir rflih It would he follv for me to at- Not one went vp I tiici praised hanl tem for tludr honest public confession tempt a description of this lovely which is said to be good for the soul linesof bluffs but a comment and minute description of them would Emmet Logan puts it this way make interesting reading For Mr Carlislo and Gov Forakcr Borne 22 miles my route lay along have contributed articles upon these bluffs on the one side and the political situation to the Fo- Reelfoot Lake on the other thoy rum The former discusses ques being separated only by a high tions of revenue and taxation and strip of land from mile to one the Treasury surplus like the mile in width As I approached thoughtful politician he is the the foot of the Lake near Stones latter discusses the harmless and Ferry the effects of the great moth eaten bunting that were once earthquake of 1SI2 and 13 were Confederate flags like tho igno- Â¬ more particularly discernable rant and blatant demagogue he is hero large hills were thrown up That is the difference between the and falling back completely crumtwo men and that is the difference bled into small fragments forming between tho two political parties small lumps orkuollR from which struggling for the mastery are now growing different sized trees giving it by the citizens EX CONFEDERATES MEET thereabonts tho name of the It is worth A number of ex Confederate devils potato patch a ride from Hickman to this soldiers met at tho Court House in Hickman on Saturday last for place to see this the effect of one the purpose of effecting arrange of natures most peculiar convul- Â¬ sive freaks I f rwtgjjigpei5tnent8 to attend the re union of omit to mentioncannot however a point in tuo the ex Confederate soldiers to be held in Paducah on the 19th inst bluffs immediately beyond Obion a A resolution was agreed to that river called Prices View winding road leads you up to the all who wished to attend to meet in Hickman on the ISth iu time to summit of the liillfrom which the take the train at 12 oclock Rill view is fiue and with a good Parham John Stubbs J B Cook glass you can see TiptonvHIe the Newt Bushart and Webb were Mississippi and plainly discern appointed a conynittoe to extend steamboats as they plow the mighty river The scene is siman invitation to all and Federal soldiers and de- ply grand gorgeous and magnifi- Â¬ cent One very peculiar characsire them all to attend B F Wilson was appointed teristic of these bluffs is that their entire length from Hickmau committee on arrangements to Vicksburg you find tho samo A child was recently born at kind of soil the same kind of the Emergency Hospital Now trees the same kind of rocks and York city without a month The ground and the same kind of pure physicians made an incision cut- clear springs spouting out from ting through the flesh and a tough the bluffs some times 10 to 20 feet membrane which connected the above the road yoaaro traveling upper and lojver jaws plugs of in tact wiieu when you see one pressed cotton were then put be- - Portion of these bluffs you have tween the jaw bones to prevent seen the character of all of them them from uniting iu healing Ve coltim extensive beds of The appearance of the mouth is the finest stoue and gravel Ion will nerceiv I have dmd- now quite natural There will he sections but little lip and the mouth when ed my route into hr closed will look like a heavy scar one section extending from Hick Â¬ It is thonght that the palate and man to Reelfoot creek one fto n tongue will develop and bo nearly Reelfoot creek to the O ion river normal by the time the child is the other from Obion river to full grown Effort will be made Forked Deer river a total dis to turn the flesh so that the lips tance of nearly 70 miles I do this in order to describe more parwill appear red ticularly the general Georgia will vote on prohibi Â¬ CHARACTER OP THE LANDS C tion aa a State November 26th Along the route fromHicknmu I r- Let Kilrtn4 c - - 1 1 1 - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Reelfoot creek the land is sub ject to overflow up to or near the second bench 1 have before mentioned and consequently are not so well adapted to cultivation Thero are however some fine farms in tho bottom botwoen this place and Reelfoot creok with tho richest of soils and at present growing some of the finest corn that can be produced on any land nntnsouirtorrather slfoulda leveo be built from Hickman to the high lands of Madrid Bend iri Lake county a distance of only some 17 miles thus reclaiming all these farms already in cultivation together with upwards of one hun dred thousand acres of other fino farming and timber lands from the overflow of the Mississippi river then these lands would iudeed be valuable As I said however notwithstanding the occasional overflows thero are some very fiue farms on this section one I noticed just on the edge of Reel foot creek having in cultivation 123 acres of as fine corn as I over saw the owner lamenting to me the fact that for the want of ship ping facilities all ho could do with his corn was to feed it to his hogs except what ho could sell to the ne saw mills m tho country wants a railroad and wants it bad There are fine farms and timbered lauds lying on Reelfoot creek Tho creek has good high banks and from tho point of the hills on tho west side to tho point of the bluffs on the east side a listance of about 1 miles there is but lit- Â¬ tle overflow In the section between Reelfoot creek and the Obion river bottom is to be found almost a continuous succession of corn and cotton fields a distance of about 20 miles Here you have a good broad width of land be tween the lake and the bluffs and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ have built a factory at Jackson- Â¬ ville and next spring will start a 200 aero flower plantation- - They have now one plantation at San Matoe and are planting seven acres at Jacksonville iu flowers They have 5000000 flowering SENATOR HARRIS tube rose bulbs and a good many 1000000rose Geraniums iu CLEVELAND AND BLACK AS ROM- addition to which they buy all the INEE8 roseB yeuow jasmines orange From Naihrlllf AmfrtcanJ blossoms etc that they can Be- Senator Ishaui G Harris is at cure room No 5 at the Maxwell IJouae Ho was seen yesterday afurnoou The President and wife with by an American reports The seven others in the party left Senator is just from Texas whose Washington on Friday last on influence upon his physical orgau their proposed journey of three ization he smilingly remrrked was weoks duration through Jthe West so exhilarating that a dozen hours and South The paae car on spent upon its soil mace him feel which the Presideut travels is a like a youth Tho Sen marvel of comfort and elegance ator does indeed appea to bo in aud was cotton up at a cost of excellent health His ste is buoy- 200000 Free transportation ant his eye bright and lis spirits was offered but Mr Cleveland He will reman in the insisted upon paying his fare and excellent city several days He mid that the presumed outlay in this direche would be in Memphis vhen the tion will bo about 1500 ld will not only reap a rich harvest for themselves but add untold millions to the people I have already made this article too long but I have been a long horse back trip and I hare Been a glorious r good country Flouida company engaged Land Hale Â¬ The following list of land will be laid for taxes due the Common wealth of Kentucky at the court houfl door in Hickman Fulton county Ky on the 2nd MwitJay in October 1S87 and linted a follows J W Lutar 160 acres precinct No 6 adjoining J O A Cooptr taxes 1885 to 1886 amount 825 ea W are oftri S all grades of Plain Medium and Fi e FURNITURE J W Lunter 1887 100 acres prerinet BirMe Chaira Rockera plain line at all titue of -aNo 6 adioinine J O A Cooptr tax S3 30 dnced priees We carry a full w topTaWs Bureaus Wash stands Wardrobe Chamber Sets Mattre eee Merryweather heirs B M Isier Agent weyuiraa be the hwaU Intelligent investigation pays tberelw our prices to 200 acres adjoining S W Lauderdale nd We are headquarters ob we invite jeur investigation of eur goods tax ib cents Merriwoathsr heirs It M Inter Agent ICO acres adjeiaing A Jobnion tax 05 1 Furniture ad Jb jey Stors Rooms nndei City Ball ceatg W A SHUCK Shff F C TJNDERTAKERS GOODS STEPHEN wptlG fitae fa Wert Cases of can vine the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burial this line anv Repairing aid We discount all competition in Tennessee or Kentucky Work a specmuy LOWER and LOWER All kinds of Groceries hares sides o 1 as oheav as the cheapest will not be undersold JOHN WITTiNQ WAXWBUL IJlJ23 Â¬ 2ftlcc Any person niibiog to purchase a nice two story brick business house and dwell- Â¬ HERTWECK BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED QO GO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - -- - i- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Georgia has made extensive preparations for the Piedmont Exposition at Atlanta The whole South is advertised to be there Presidont Cleveland will be pres ent three days The Confederate veterans win attend and iioui a Where do you look fr the bogus battle on Kennesaw moun Vice Presidential nominee Sena tain on Oct 11 and on Oct 18 there will be anothr sham battle tori was asked on a more extensive scale To tho West Who is the coining man tlen Repoets from the tobacco dis I should say that Black the tncts f Virginia Tennessee present Commissioner of Pen Bees kt- Bati Kaetanr rea sions has as good a chance for North Carolina aud Kentucky any As to his indicate that much damage was the nomination as availability it may be said that ho done to the standing tobacco crops is a man ot fine talents and address by the recent cold spell and conis popular and a veteran Union sequent frost Tenuesseo and IKVALTJABUC IX THE SOVTH soldier who was shot to pieces Kentucky seem to have Buffered most severely It till Cui tti IV Otoiflate Cum He is still a cripple was broached The The tariff rOK SALE BT DBU8SI3T8 The Railroad Commissioners Seuator referred to the conferhave suspended futher work on rmirASis it ences between Carlislo aud other Democratic leaders and the Pres- the annual assessments ot tho B A ROBIffMOM ejfc railroads until they can hear ar they are but little inconvenienced ident upon a compromise tariff guments from tho representatives XO 0 ISVILLB bill to bo introduced at the next from tho overflows most of those Juejltj session of Congress and express of the roads aud assessors and lands being above overflow ed tho bolief that such a measure attorneys of the various cities and I passed a number of saw mills would be counties that might desire to pre introduced p- ptta h iiiiuouu JO 1111110 liuiu liiinuiMii lirorpfl rn fnrnahnvc riipIi n lull in assessment - laviny -on Hand and ranked iA m hi e iiiafiiiiva ta r ui JOWTO STo iriTtini AnniNd TronlloHt but he had urjred the Presu lent Cleveland had arranged and ex i u Tfe are Wholesale Headquarters ler sJ to broadly and accurately deftn o pected to slip iuto St Louis qui grades of 1 l r the policy of tho party as to tariff etly at miduight Saturday night i IU lllirnj io IU IIIU IO II VIIUUII csewin sxon tobacco legislation and not seek iu the he found the city in much or more lumber than thoy message to outline compromises a blaze of and will jab to dealers only at Factory had already sawed I asked the The duty of a Democratic Presi- - glory for his reception and the priees also the whole city almost at the depot to Ssatal gentleman in charge Mr Henry v iiaoiiucu Mia iu uc- ni Snsrisr Ststc Ssuff receive him Little what they did with tlioir UKU the bent ia the market We alse keep ciarc uuauuiiercu jsmuuuruu u j lumber he told me they had constantly oa hand a cheiee seleetien no ucemuu The Grand Army encampment of Faaiily Groceries Confectioneries and auled to Hickman aud shipped concessions suouiulegislative de- the closed its work at St Louis Fri Frnin which hence by rail to Northern and will sell very the Government day with the election of Judge the oah Please call and see ns low for f 5 as done was soon IS haulintr from mill to Hickman be enough for the President to ap Rea of Minneapolis as commander-inFUQUA fc DtBO W -chief and a banquet at the iag 8350 per 1000 Near Idle prove it as the next best thing Southern hotel wild but 2 miles nearer Hickman fine MALE I found another mill doing a -- The tour of President and The Washington Star is tired COttJIISftlOXEIlS business in poplar lumber all of faltam Circuit Conrt Kemlaekr which is taken by our Hickman Mrs Cleveland now iu progress oi ino controversy wuemer or J W Ueacbam Plaintiff 1 no Mrs Cleveland snubbed For EQUlTr Against Lumber and Manufactering Com through tho Western States and to be continued through the South aker It dont think she did aud A and Tf P CUrk Dsfts J pany I also found at Wheeling By virtue oi a Judgement and on Indian creek a company of has so far proven one grand con- uiiin care n suo did mat is Sale of the Fulton Ciauit Court Order ef rendered pretty much tho feeling of every At Eastern capitalists who have pur tinuous march of enthusiasm St body at the Febuary Term 18S0 and Anguit Term thereof 1887 in the above eauee chased lame bodies of tho fino Indianapolis Terro Haute timbered lands lvin adjacent to Lou18 and Chicago and all alo g The average number of Ameri for the sH3i of 89760 with interest at the rate of ti per oeut per annum fross of travel the people have ueeltoot lake inspecting for a j the uy ine teiia vi muuo cans who cross the ocean aimu the 8th day of Fcbuary 18S0 until paid site to erect a hue saw null their luruuu out ally about 100000 Tho cost to and 63 costs herein I shall proceed to greatest care being how shill we ands everywhere to welcome each is one will average say 500 offer for sale at the Courts House deor in pub Hickman Ky From their Chief Magistrate The get the lumber to market There you have your 50000000 Public Auction to the highest bidder at on Monday the 10th day Wheeling tho distance betweeu lic receptions everywhere have it is all money too people iref October 1SS7 at 1 oclock P M or bluffs aud the lako widen and been non partisan tho uniting to the thereabouts being Connlj Conrt Day tho farms become larger more of respective of party upon a credit of 6 and 12 raonthe the fol PROHIBITION FOR FLIES Magis lowing them in cotton of which thoy pay homage to tho Chief to wit Professor Proctor says that A part ofdescribed property ofSeoiioa trate of sixty million of Americans Southwest Quarter raise considerable and when gin on but for the house fly epidemic 24 Township Range 5 West beginning ned it is hauled in wagons to The speeches of Mr Cleveland occasions are short sensi- would carry off one million people at a red oak tree Northwest oorner of O R these on the C Obion Station said quarter thenSoutb west 159 5 poles is per year R a distance of some 18 to 20 ble and business like There to a stump and elm tree tbea South 85 PresiEast 54 poles to stake white oak and miles aud shipped thence to Mem- no mistaking but that the in the COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS dent has established himself 2 black gums pionters then North 7 phis East 159 1 6 poles to stake Hickory and hearts and minds of the people After leaving tho bluffs north of as a mau Hickman Kt Oct 4 1887 poplar thence INortb 85 West 54 1 4 of incorruptible honesty passed through the Obion river I Council of purpose and of Roman firm- Council tenmet- - Present Mayor French poles to theorbeginning containing 54 what is known as the Rich lands ness Thousands of those now Witting Cole Drown Euck acres more less Also tbe following Stephens and Herlweek described tract in same Quarter Section besides some large farms on these uniting to pay him will next ner honor Ihe minutes or tbe ImI meetinr wers Township aud Range to wit Begiuniagal lauds there ire some fifty thousand year vote against him but he will read approTcd and signed a point in the South boundary line of timacres of very flue unimproved said Quarter 54 1 4 poles East of the AOCOUNT ALLOWED leading to the Obion all the same still enjoy their high ber lands confidence and respect Ou The following account was prted Suutbwest oorner at a stake with pop- Â¬ river tho river here is about 200 est 15th tho pointers with said President is iu Mem properly approved which on motion was lar and hickorySouth 85 j thenee 66 poles boundary line East feet wide with high banks on the allowed and check ordered issued for the to stake with asb biokory and elos each side in fact the water never phis and on the 17th in Nashville amount pointers then North 7 East 77 poles to gets above the south bank the G with white The mixed school question in Lock M Wilburn for 9diettnr prisoners in slake 85 West 66 oak pointers then country lying between the Obion up and serving pavement notices North poles to stake with and Forked Deer river is consid- Ohio is being agitated to a con 600 beech and sugar tree pointers then ered the garden spot of Dyer coun- siderable degree at this time in South 7 West 77 poles to beginaiag CHECKS ISSUED ty here I found some of the lar- some places the schools have The City Clerk reported that ha hid is containing 32 acres saora or less Or gest farms in West Tennessee closed and in other places the sued cheeks to J N Omtien City Judge sufficient thereof to produce the sum ef ordered the many of them containing upwards colored children have been pro- and to W J Webb City Sextan each for money so price the to be made For appurchase purchaser with Â¬ 25 their salaries for the month of Sep of 1000 acres in each all in a high hibited from entering the school proved surely or securities mast execute state of culture the crops of corn The colored children iu some tember bond bearing legal interest from the day On motion the Council adjourned of sale until paid and having the force aud cotton being unusually fiue towns refuse to attend their forAttest and effeot of a judgement Bidders will this year the products of their mer schools and insist ou their W L McCUTCHEH C C be prepared io comply promptly with farms being hauled to Dyersburg rights uuder the uew law The these terms a distance of from G to 15 miles feeling between the two races is W P Tatlor For Sale whites are dischar A direct line from Hickman bitter and the property situated in Eact Hickman Amount toMaster Commissioner P C C Mr be raised Judgement aad to Memphis would skirt these ging the blacks from their employ coniiotius of abiut 30 Acres of very fine Interest tt day ef sal 120629 lauds on the West and The effect of this law will no tillable land good Dwelling House Sta fine farm 62 U 10 or 12 miles from Dyers doubt be felt at the November hies etc rood fenre all in good repair Cost about and well located Terms tuj and price burg All along this route I find eloctiou Tstal 9134924 reftBoiable For particulars address me inexhaustible quantities of oak grain cypres ash aud hickory The Republican Press is terri- direct LOUIS DeMONTCOURT Large bodies of heavy bly beset about the expenses and timbers Cairo III oct7 3t timbered lands lie still west of extravagant outlay of President rjickman garble Works this liuo extending into the Miss Clevelands trip and finding it no Found issippi bottom Tho great need deadhead business they are tryA pocket book on river road 7 miles HICKMAH XT of the country through which I ing to make capital of that They 0610 Hickman containing one promisory passed is a good railroad to trans are classing it as offensive parti Bote ob 8 J Moora payable to S M B C KAMAGE port the products ot these larms sanshin The truth of the mat- - Gore and one on J F Finch payable to by Owner can have lands thiB it must ter is that deciding to make the Sam Gore office and pajiagsame this call and timber adfor BKALBS IB have and this sooner or later trip he simply bought first class Up at this vertisement Italia and Avbeicak Maul it will have tho attention of rail- - tickets for himself and wife and MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAV1 Aratea Halve road men and capitalists aro al those he invited to go with him 8T0NE8 ready being called to it aud ere He need not have done this but The Best Salve in the world for Cats Ulcers long the wealth of this only par- he wouldut have it any other way Bruises Sores Chapped Salt Khenm Fever HAYING ia stock s ne lot of Amer Â¬ Hands ChilbUIna Sores Tetter Italiaa Marble I ass are- developed country will be tially Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi pared te ill all orders Call aad examiis brought out and men of courage More than 100 years after the tively cures Piles or io pay required It T werk and enterprise enough to open close of thi revolutionary war 35 is guaranteed to five perfect satisfaction Ordsrs frem the eeaatrj rsmaUj - aahIi rt h - ailed up this section of country with widows of soldiers in that war re or money rciuuvcu P9ji fJAl ayJ4 6ufficeut transportation facilities mam to draw pensiotifl fer sale by all PruggUjs Â¬ President arrived there aul would probably accompany him on his visit to this city Yes he remarked Cleveland is the man It does not hcmii that there will bo even a slight divis ion in the party as to his enoini-nation Â¬ ing combined the dwelling consists sf four rooms front verandah two balls one ptntry and two back porchfi with a tpltndid cistern also a residence in East Hickman next door to B C Ramagts three or fonr bead of horses and some cattt and hogs houtcheld and kitchen furniture can buy any of tke above nawed by applying to 11 0 JUDGE Hickman Ky stetlCtfj CO Q H CQ W 01 f CO m M OO CO Â¬ 006111 - TONIC HICKMAN KEHiI-A-BILjES WAGON Â¬ cimevR I SPECIALTY BLACKSMLTHING UNDERTAKERS GOODS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aSKM fflK1 t- bESrv I splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at OXE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented Has a -- i 1 4 SAVEJjONEYLjfcOOFnfG isIf i Â¬ Â¬ muii Groceries 25cts Lower than the Lowest 1 M h 1 aaeutw Â¬ WEST BICKHAN have no clerk expanses no store ren aad pay cash for all my Groceries an Call on A FOLIVER Tor Bltcksatith therefore can sell as cheap ns the cheap ing Wagon Repair c Ale a full line ef est Best brands of Witteaberg and Lou tlOODft VXasKKTAKKsVM Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low Ceffing common Rosewood solid Blaek JOUR WITTIKO Walnut Cfcsen 4c rjenSl Â¬ W Â¬ Â¬ i BAKERY KE8TAURANT space to name all articles but no tIE4I4 4T ALL llOfRH to show goods trouble Come aad see at the corner of Troy Will Veep a general assortment of Fam Â¬ and Moscow Avenue EbI Hickmri Ky ily irocrriet Confecioneries Ac and keep empleyrtl a irxt class baker Goods all frsh and new aud will net be uadrr-sold- june25 swiVj iiHw Family Groceries DIESTELBRINK EOnEKT IMJCCiLAS ems ixjcofcia DOUGLAS IBROS GROCERY NO ml vrr aj SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Â¬ HOW LOST HOW Junt pnblithn RESTORED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ new rdltiuu ef Or Hlvrr ou tin- - raJicul welln Celrkrateel of SrEMTOKHieA ur Seminal Weaktifro nrulun ter SmlnI Loe IxreTcsCT Mrntnl hD Ibj ur to Marring ict lucnpacltf ImprdlnieliUand Kits iuiluceJric alio CoKucJirTioicKiitiWT or ncxual extravagance Ac The etirbrateil atbr in this admirable eMy clearly daaionttratr front a thlrtj jears Huccentfii practice tbat tbe alarming coiuequencee cf eelfl bu may be radically cured pointing out a reo4e of cure at onc ainipt t certain ond effectual by meont of which nery aiifforer no matter what hia oonditlftu may be may cure liinuelf cheaply pri- Â¬ vately and rndicallf aSTThis lecture ibould be In the hand of every youth and erery man iu the land plain envelope to any ad Bent under eal in dreee fait on receipt ef four centa or two pottage etaaipe Addreae Eiy Fakis Pakker KENTUCKY 8TREET HORSES BUGGIES and HACK Having purchased the stable horses and entire outfit of W B Plamsaer we propose to continue the business aad constantly KEEP8 sale on hand fer hir solicit patronage COMMISSIOXKKA HAII2 Fallen Clrewlt Cewrs Keatweky J J C C Browns Admz Pin 41 Ann StvNew York ft THE CUlVERWEI1 MEBICAL N Y Post Office Box 4S0 e Â¬ elleaile avsaaapl far trlnl Bens free on np Jaaetli Â¬ J B LATTUS BliACKSMITHING AND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WAGON REPAIR SHOP BlCKMAif xox Â¬ AT Plows All kinds ef Farm Machinery Â¬ Wagea Ac repaired on short notice and ia workmanlike manner jflTNew Wagons c made to eider ftblS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6ta4lw as a stray August 25 1887 by J N UDderwood on his farm 2 miles North of Jordan 8tatioa one half mile east ef Jordaa aad Cayee road ia Fulton Ky on pale elayi bank Texas coast pony mare with three white lege one white spot on right side at saddle girth breaded on left fore shoulder aad left hiodsip with a Spanish brand about 13 hands high no other marks perceiva ble sc about nine or ten years valued by thirty dollars This Sept Taksn P Â¬ ray Notice Brown heirs creds Defti By virtue of a Judgement and Orlerof sale of tbe Fution Circuit Court rendered at the August Term thereof 1887 in I he above cause for the sum of fifty Tour dol- Â¬ lars aud eighteen cents wita interest at the rate of 6 per cent per aaaam from tbe 3rd day of September 1887 until paid and the costs herein I shall proceed1 te offer for sale at the Court House door 1st Hickman Ky to the highest bidder ai Public Auction oa Monday the 10th day of October 1887 at 1 oclockJP M or thereabouts being County Court Day upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following described property 50 acres of land known as the J C Brown land fronting on the Slate road and being oa the South side thereof at Lodgeton Fulion coanty Ky and boun Â¬ ded as follows On the North by Stat Road oa tbe East by land of J W Dames oa the South by said Dames lead and oa the West by land of Alf William Â¬ son For the purchase arise the pnr chraer with approved Barely or securi- Â¬ ties mast ezecute boad bearing legal ia terest from the day of sale until paid and having the feres aad effect of a judgeÂ¬ ment Bidders will be prepared to sosa sly prompti y with these terms -- Against EQUITY W Master Commisonoer P Tatlor F C C in R S MURRELL LAW ATTHH AT Stag ills OBce Up e 1 iUlre over Cowf Store Seat W F B ATTEBERY J P P C MICKMJN Firt Judicial District rssarl8 Will practice XF Â¬ ia all tat Cesnts el th i lf-s H A R T TYLER KENTUCKY ATTOHNEYS AT LAW Â¬ MICAIT PHYSICAM APJI SUttEQN Â¬ w Ow j MNTUCKT attend to all business eatrnsiad HICKMAN heir ears SFFKR8 his Prefeesieaal Services t Fnrnlturo FActory the eitiseas sf Hiekmaa and visisOsj If j16 80 jlHiiiL f rf lK Aim i tJ c- - ii a f IrwrV a - j - e e v tSlfc hM0 4fe i mr i m amaajiir JTIiThT - - r a risiWiiri If -- 11 I- - h e w JJW - aJSSj -- -- I 1f to preach Low Prices but not so easy for them to practice what they preach The best evidence that we are selling jroods tower than other houses It is easy for some people is found in the fact that we are alwatis busy Not a day since the arrival of our first shipment of New Goods have we been idle Rush rush rush every day all the time tells the tale of our rapidly increasing business and popularity The reason is found in the QUALITY and LOW PRICE ot our tfooas we have spared no effort this If all to keep up our reputation We now have in a complete full stock of 4 A0TIflS SPEAK LOUOif THAN WORDS comprising everything to be thought of in Dry Goods Notibns Poots and Shoes Clothing Hats and Caps c to which we invite your attention We allow no one to under Â¬ sell us A triaf will convince you that it is to your interest to trade with us We will give you more for your money than any house in this country We want your trade Call and see us You will be welcome It is no trouble to show our Goods A full supply of Fresh Groceries Queensware c always on hand at Lowest Prices Hew Goods for Fall and Winter lig Stefe London Comedy JJ Company has been playing at City Wffi Hall this week and were greeted j with good houses Monday Tues day and Wednesday nights The Company give very creditable per formances and manage to hold and please their audience each night In fact each night the patrons are better pleased During iho week they have presented Mrs Gyp tho Partington and St Patricks j Mountain Girl Jive or The koso of lullarney To night they will play tho beautiful American drama Davy Crockett in which Mr II use N Morgan and Miss Lulu Dclmo will take the leading parts Bo sure and go Deserved seats on salo at Sway no I Â¬ 1 Stackers 1 Eeree I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eto Brought to Htekdaxt JS ABURLINGAME 1 Parties desiring to purchase IN TWELVE nOUKS first class Organs or Pianos would uu wen lucau on vj iMiqna as Mx W L Starling Delta Ark he has the agency for some of the writes Your Hughes Tonic is very best malfos and will sell on doing much good in this country County Clerk W P Tavlor liberal terms for cash or on time It never fails to euro chills and has been in St Louis this week fever Mylittle daughter had fe ver and Hughes Tonic broke 11 paying his loyal respects to Pres- r oievem tie Prepared bv U u 1 12 hours Miss Olivia Laffoon daughter oeen coseiv connneu nv otnee cc Co son mioiesale work a long time and the Cou of Mr Sinnott Laffoon of Water Valley Ky is visiting her unclel DruSst8 Louisville Ky Sold rierforextends a hearty wish to Mr las Fuqua She is bright at retal1 b Dggsts generally him a good time pretty and entertaining I Â¬ I -- The presentation of Kathleen Mavourneen Wednesday night brought out the most clever act ing on the part of tho Company during the week and stamped the Company with much popular favor Matinee Saturday eveuiug Gos Drug Store Â¬ 111 1 Â¬ I J Lots of Them -- i -- - complete ZiJirrlSiff1 unpaiallelletl ot Foreiii F10 and Domestic Ptovhkh r will be on display for the coming week riewing the lineof the proposed new railroad from Hickman to Memphis accompanied them as far as Key Corner we believe in Lauderdale county has returned DEALERS IN home and reports that the route was highly satisfactory to engln DRUGS MEDICIXE8 BOOKS STATIONERY and School Bupplie eers Williams and Mann and that Fancy GOODS T0Y3 and PICTtJBfelV each of theso engineers so expressed themselveB From gen BU3DMES PAINTS OILS WINES and LIQUORS or Mdicl 111 eral facts gathered by tho COU AGENTS FOE THE i RIERS reporter it may be stated with certainty that tho prospects for this new road are very encour aging that it runs through a magmr PKESCRIPTIOXS X SPtXIALTY nificent country and that nowhere outsido of a level prairio country apr8 188V could a hue ot railroad bo buut any cheaper It looks scarcely credible to one knowing tho con tinuation of bluffs and hills from Ilickman back toward Iteelfoot lake across the Obion and through on down to Memphis that setting DEALER INyour compass immediately under the bluffs at Hickman that an alGOODS most level and straight line takes SCHOOL yon into tho city of Memphis with bntouo cat about 40 feet on tho whole lino and only 4 miles of about 4 feet trestling across the With the excepObion bottom tion of the Obion bottom the en tire line will be above oornow from the CHEAPEST and thes larger portion of it Call and see the above Styles of CLOAKS through the finest farms and farm J Amuergs Sons to the FINEST at lands in America There arc many sept23 3w who regard tire building of this road as a certainty and that with A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on handi in the next year The Courier is not so sanguine It Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock however believes that thero is a fine pros will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order pect for this road that tho engingn I eers reports will bo very farora im ew York capitalble that the if ists Illinois Central or whoever it is that is having these surveys made will have to act on the report of these engineers and that the most their report being so much mora The ladies are all cordiallv invited to call and view one of DZALKK favorable than any of them anticipated their conclusion at to build who ac- Â¬ companied the engineers who were Mr W L McOutchoi SMITKBLi T Iwayae Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Co iDivcra GKrisrrs Domestic Sewing Machine GARDNER f - Â¬ SUPPLIES FANCY flHKHPS Â¬ Newspapers Periodicals Magazines Stationery c Books Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS A HOLOOMBE -- Â¬ Â¬ H1 ever placed on thja market o is such A2TD - TBIMMIITCS Ve also have Our reputation on this line that it requires no eulogy to attract public attention - severer loads of ple Bay QeadsQlo feHisa ey my s feg HFiaEkigisisg GqIU f vouaonvonavpaQ01s1cl JUW 10 per cent on your investment This is Straight GoodLOCAL NEWS It O O F will meet in Louisville on tlie iiCth of October The Kentucky Grand Lodge iS u akC5 T118 BOOTS 1 Carprls ami Oil Cloths 1 - am in fact a soicral outfit for nil a and womankind KJQKHm our UoouV that lir F- - 11 f we are giving you hut if you doubt it come once ami be convinced wyi pep arnrjj tfS1 SHOES Rcirifr tho foot W lf Jrfui ing mo new roau is nueiy 10 oe favorable But tho Courier does not desire to build up false hopes in the minds of our people as to prospects which may novor be realized and hence the facta are submitted and each reader can The draw his own conclusions will say however that Courier 1SS8 from this and other causes promises to be a more than aver age prosperous year to this imme diate section DIGS MHMCUKB MS H DYk STUPFS mwmv RPRESCPTIOINS Prest H BUCHANAN C BALTZER Â¬ a ar COMPOUNDED CAREFULLY F Prat B L ALEXANDER Cash Â¬ ICKM HICKMAN KY BAMK S5000Q jti st ajLwm The cas well being bored at Paducah is exciting great interest is very that tho Ahnilhlv Dollar is tho Koal inasmuch as the contractor gas or positive of finding either will vh fivo thus matins oil The drill is working in stone of the exact character as that in CAPITAL raU of per cent per annum K t Reports show that five million farmers in the United States own the farms they Occupy The Y M C A will meet in their IlaM Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited Pecks Bad Boy at City Hall Saturday night You have seen the boy often at home and on the streets but go and see him on the stage see those If IS Ladies magnificant wraps now a dont fail to call and TT n on exhibtttouat our store Hand- r some seal nusu onort wraps and Sacques Astrachau Sacqiles and Jackets New Markets etc the like of which were never seen in Hickman before On ex hibition at Smith Ellisons Sept 30th Henry Amberg announces that the Dutch still hold Holland by a large majority For explanation inquire at his business office on Saturdays One of the mills of Ilickman M Company saws 23000 feet L cotton wood a day Where is of there a saw mill in this section that can beat itf The Mississippi river steamer T B Sims was burned sixteen miles above Memphis early Friday morning One passenger was lost and two deck hands are reported missing Tho boat was heavily loaded with cotton aud flour Extensive arrangements are being made for the Baptist General Association in Louisville be-Â¬ ginning October 2L and concluding on the 23d It is expected that 800 delegates will attend Â¬ Â¬ The Prohibitionists qf Tenn essee though defeated in their late election announce their in tention ot keeping up their organ ization throughout the State and to make tho fight over again Interviews with leaders say tha me uici mat mey polled over J5 Hundred thousand votes State is a great moral VlCtorV and shows a strength that is not discouraging They assert their fixed determination to hold the movement in Tennessee for all time to come as strictly non- Partisan discountenancing any Liuru party and only askiugthat Democratic prohibitionists elect as a preference Domocratic prohibition members of the legislature and that Republican prohi bitionists elect urohibition Re- publicans where they can each adhering to the political3 party of tneir choice onall party questions The object poiight is to extend the 4 mile law so as to include incorporated towns and where practicable to vote local option by counties Â¬ Â¬ which oil and gas have always Being regularly organized and ready for business we respeclfully solicit the patrtaaf 4 been found in Ohio and Pennsylof all AH colllections made for depositor free of charge Approved vania paper running tbree or four months discounted at the Â¬ OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT this our aim is to sell the BEST We have tho exclusive sale for three of the best factories in the country The GIESECKE Hoots and Shoes are acknowledged ihc best made hand made and every pair warranted Our 300 Mens Shoe in Button Lace and Congress cannot be equalled by any 300 Shoe on the market PRIESMEYEirS Ladies and Childrens Shoes in Calf Goat Grain Tn I 1 r 111 ni filnvn L5Ues i tt nf tliiir Liiul Rvpre tuiir wnrrnntml fii or 101 VuontUU o 1 VH irVi t up-imiii HuV10onoeHuuare uio ii 111 tun u iiiiiim tui j 11 uii4 ULiicl hum ttic iij lucui juu BAUMS Kid Shoes for Ladies and Misses cannot be excelled for fit style aud durability His 250 Kid Button is the best Shoe sold for that price Every pair warranted firitn nro 1 t It o IiprI c o noi SMITH ELLIS OIT The State Industrial and Com- Â¬ mercial Convention was in session in Louisvillo on the 4th oth and 6th instant and was largely at Â¬ tended nearly every county iu the State being represented by one or more delegates It is the most important convention that has been held in Kentucky for years and judging by the reprentative men in attendance and participating will bo productive of much good to the material interests ot the State Â¬ The Excellent Qualities Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Til ad A Ol ft for All nrfTtfr in rvivt oil It rlitnn in thug be convinced of it Wonderful There is an exciting race fori Mayor pending in Lonisvillo The Republicans have nominated a straight ticket with Samuel 11 Averv the rich nlow mau at its head Avery is a Kepnbhean but voted for Cleveland against Blaine There are two Democrats Hoke and Jacobs and Jacobs re- Â¬ fuses to submit to a convention or primary election The demo crats have only a small majority in the city at last and tho prob abilities now are that TTokeand Jacobs will continue in the field and that Avery will be elected Â¬ Â¬ The Ladies Auxiliary Society to tho Young Mens Christian As sociation of Hickman will give an Ovular Rnnnnr i tlio V AV P A Hall next door to Courier office to night The proceeds of the supper to be used in helping to c furnish the Hall It is the object of the Association to es- Â¬ tablish a Reading Room to snp ply the same with proper literature and to make their Hall com- Â¬ c fortable with seats carpets It is hoped that so laudable a pur- Â¬ pose will meet with liberal encourÂ¬ Â¬ agement j for Consumption Coughs and Colds will be for a limited time given awav This oiler is not only liberal butshows unbound ed faith in the merits of tliisgreatrcmedy All who suffer from Coughs Colds Con Â¬ sumption Asthma tironchiths or any af- Â¬ fection of Throat Chest or Lungs are es jiecialh requested to call at any Drug Store and get a Trial Bottle Free Large Dottles 1 DRESS AND GOODS CLOTHING Whether you want a Cheap Suit TEIMMINGSJ Display A Magnificent SEW STYLES 2f EW A Medium Suit or a Fine Suit we can please you and fit you Â¬ Â¬ Mr William Millard his moth- Â¬ er and sister Miss Stella left Wednesday for Birmingham Ala where they will remain during the winter Prohibition has been defeated this year in Michigan Texas and Tennessee whereas Local option has prevailed iu Florida Mississippi and Georgia Keep it out of political races Mr R C Prather Â¬ Â¬ f Co ntnercial Convention at TJouig ville this week 1 R S Murrell aud Dr A A Faria of this county are the delegates to attend the State Industrial and sr Judge Oakland City Ind Reunion has charged mo with the duty of Our Stock is immeme and prices NEW SHADES Sept 27 1886 j inviting you to our meeting on the 19th From a 00 Worsted to the finest very low need J C Mendenhall Co Evans- - of Octoberh aIgrateful not say toI yon lhat All Wool Imported Goods Dont sincerely The meoting of tho one this duty at our Suits and Over- - ville Iud Gentlemen Look Your hope that you will be with and day in that soldiers at the court fail to see them coats before buying Certain Chill Cure is meeting with The success of tbe Reunion is I think house Saturday resolved to attend SMITH ELLISON greater demand than over at pres- awnred Everything isvrorkig smoothly SMITH ELLISON tho re union of the Blue and the ent I have been soiling it on a aud our information is very cheering for Gray at Paducah on the 19th and guarantee without any authority an immense assemblage SYRUP OF FIGS request those desiring to atteml THE GRAND EXPOSITION from you howevar to break I learn from your counly that some per disappointed at not receiving to arrange to leave Hickman on Manufactured only by the Califor privilege in case of tons are sending oui Bonnets the 12 oclock train on thelSth nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Of Fall and Winter Hats now run chills withcustomer returning for tickets of invitation In on Invitation failure of those tickets the Committee and Birds is A resolution cordially inviting ex Cal is Natures Own true Lax- Feathers impossible to procure the names happy results so far Jones Federal soldiers of the county to ative It is the most easily taken ning in full blast at Mrsyou will money with having been returned found it body and herein lies the difficulty tf e vary not a bottle Milleuery Bazaar where accompany them was adopted But the mn who has not received a ticket and the most pleasantly effective find all the varied plumage of the Yours truly Further details of arrangements remedy known to cleanse the sys is ait much invited as he who has Tha Ira Lutes Druggist tropical world together with a m Executive Committee invite txerybody will be published next week tem when bilious or costive to large Hue of other things too nu Sold and warranted by J W both soldiers aud civilians Our- Pntiimif lpq ore mnde un of both dispel headachos colds and fe- inereus to mention Cowgill Fedaral and Confederate soldiers anft they to cure habitual constipa vers ang26 lm KeBem Her Yeuth Shapes of all kind are working harmoniously together to etc For sale in For both tall and small Mrs Phttbe CheaW Clav Tn- - Tnw- - tlU tiou indigestion Mr John Hellner eon of Mr cure tbe attendance of atfjsoltrs and all by T And in every material the following remarkable story the iruth 50 cents and 8100 bottles F Hellner was married on the eitizent be gratifying to the Committee For which you may call Co ill nggista Clinton which is vouclieu for by the resident T Swayne at It will I am 73 years old have street Hickman Ky of the tow- Patronage solicited Motto Best yth to Miss Julia OldhamHell- - if you will sxlain this in the Courier Mr John Come to us on the 19th my old frienJ been troubled with kidney complaint and j Knoxville Tenn goods at lowest prices once lameness for many years could not dress I jner was born and raised in Hick- - and Hve me a chance to tke you go to Miss Bertie Gardner of Mar I am tnyse without help Now lam free from week man and is a most exemplary and more by the hand upon too old to Tue Union City Fair this daughter of the late your coming to ill piin and sorenens and am abe to do tin Teun Deautitui iiieouuihu you ad must rely tho old Circuit has been favored withpatronage capable young man bride the war me You ill be cordially welcomed own housework 1 owe mj thanks John C Gardner all my sends him and his Your friend and good to Kl ctric Bitters for having renewedmy Court Clerk of this county is vis weather John C 2SOBIK removed completely all disease for to day and to meat congratulations for a long youth anl family of Judge C L The proTam Paducah Ky Pept 28 1837 Try a bottle only 50 at alt iting the jbappy and prosperous life fs specially iuvitiug and tin Â¬ FABRICS Of the delightful liquid fruit remIDIIRIEaT OIRS edy Syrup of Figs commend it to all who suffer from Habitual a BU0HAXAX GETHRELKELD R M ALEXAKDBB C BALTZER Constipatioi and kindred ilia J W COWG1LL W C JOHNSON J W ALEXANDER Being in liquid form and pleasing to the taste harmless in its nature strengthening as well as cleansing in its properties it is easily taken bv old and young and truly beneficial in its effects and therefore the favorite family remedy especially with ihe ladies and children who require a gentle yet effective T Swayne IT cost Europe 28150000 per laxative For sale by T Co druggists Hickman Ky annum to sustain eight of its leading crowned heads When you are in town and and know of any news in your WEAR section please call and tell us Often accidents etc occur out in A Full Line of the country that we do not hear Mens of until too late for publicatioa Boys and Ladies Judge R S Murrell of FulMerino Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United State ton county is Chairman of the White Wool on Credentials in the Committee OFEJCE AT CqORT HOUSE Scarlet Wool State Industrial and Commercial Fancy Wool and Camels Hair at Convent on in session in Louisville this week vnry low prices SMITH ELLISON Nine million acres of public lands were taken up by homeA party of Philadelphia capi talists have been induced to visit stead entries iu tho last year Paducah to investigate as to coal and iron investments iu that lo SOLDIERS REUNION cality If things move as they now promise Paducah will have a CITIZENS AND SOLDIERS ALL INCorner of Jackson and Kentuoky Streets population of 25000 people in les VITED than five years Editor of Cocbiik My Old Friend Â¬ T M FRENCH Â¬ Â¬ lasn aice Life marine Agent UNDER Fin anhicM 1 Â¬ y Â¬ Â¬ Isw Li it StiMs HICKMAN Â¬ Tbe Executive Committee of our Soldiers KENTUCKY fine stylish MGS fer kkt J UST OPIXID with new STOCK out and TEEMS reasonable Patronage solicited out MtM 18ff W G KINGMAN A A DAVIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And get year BJUuksmithiug and general Repairing done at CI AL Â¬ - J F Gmr s GRAYS Osion ana Exehangt HICKMAN ill j iffl Mltk I t KY 1 Strtttt OjUt CHnltnatrtel Lacltds Jl menus Good Work motto Â¬ flf Mlbf marSi 6 - Druggist Sumllc morrow tf 3BJ 1 Represents the follower old d re North Ameflca gieejix We companies t Rock bottom Prices My Hartford Lancashire and lie C Fire and Marine InsoraBc EqaitaMe Life Intranet Co a specialty Also the pany of iScw xoric JOHN F GRAY iy r nuRK i Ul m l o ferity A 0 a- r X fz 0 - 3 s jC -- - m m rt gssasp 5 Kv-n vT Csi