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LONDON AGHAST. Two More of Those Ntnrtllnftlr Mysterious llutcfierle nf Women IC?ito?f( Kept 30. This morning the whole city wat again startled by tho news COURIE 1888. EXECUTED-- - With Niatmss and Dispatch. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS SALE 1ILLS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, Street, GEORGE WARnEN, Editor. Tho Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky. ETC., ETC, Price of Suh.scrljilloii, CUHRENT TOPICS. 51.50. HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. A MILLION AHEAD. - VOL. XXfc-N-O. In worship In Hi char Very 52 OciLL ctXLcX from Soo XJs. THE COMMONWEALTH. In lo the Webster circuit court Tom Hughes, Colored, was sentenced to a term of twenty In tho penitentiary for rape, and LOOK UP. Tho Glorioa of tho Sky Fashlonod for Man Alono. I. WFjL 1 e r Tni Juit reached Given Ronowod IIopo of tho Knrly Australia. Two young women hare opened a drug Dluonthmlldom or Jnokaonvllto. Moie lit Huffalu. IIomneta wholly made of phoMant Twenty reilnl at Cae at I'ltlineltn-A- ld .Trathers aro out. (litlittsillle TitiHTr million tree have been planted fln Kansas this year. It It now about tlmo to feed your strnv,. JaCkro.nvim.k Fia., Oct. that to the family cow. morning cput rod and crisp, bright and dry glorlou weather for thn tick and nit HAhr of tlto buttoni for elegant clonki Ing. 1 he Iherinniueter went down to W come to a dollar apiece. IAt.Ma do not grow on palm treo. The degrcet latt night- - n fact almot unpro cedimtrd to In the season. A a w hole world li a parados:. coiiteipii'iico Wild gceao anil other migratory birds comparatively thn Hit of tick and dead are Coming up thort bate begun their night southward. Bayiticettwo fruit stands are open dli A mivelty In queen chain pendants It a playing fmlt a poor lot, It la tiue, but a miniature tomato mado of fine coral. welcome ttgbt alter the long closed Ham Lit it, a Katamatoo Uundryman, ba Quito a door. numler tt male IJ no garden u( a Chinese vegttablot. nure will bo returnrxl to day, "VnraKM" on the outside of a letinr ! a at they aio not needed. That ehowt that tho epidem'c will b early wiped jt of reitiltllho Irnpernttto iuooi, liutnn at JagkoMvflle. Anal VoftL1Wt. ll'idii, -ifnfl nurerepoflefl yesWnaTrj.WBl!fy umqi'si umbrella tMtndiet of heavy or beeu here ten or twelve daye, n la silver Imitate swords In en with yellow fnvor after nsr ng It one family. Ho had pased tlir ypti Kurcnon Williaw hat presented marble tin vug butts of himself to HUmarck and Von four epldnmlct without cnutrartliu the dieaso. The large pvrveuUge of atri Mollkn. iniled ortone who havo taken Tf low A NcnnAHKA ClTT noodle bat wagered ugly show the hne bit wife n km I tut a Jertey cow on nn r lee feter rharactor of the dieAo. In Tirnpa tlon bet there were nluo caes of )ctltw 'vcr Ah American company ha leaned Abnu week and one death; only four ntli Hi Bay frum the Kgyptliu Ootrrniiiviit to lnt tlie 11 of August In the sama lute gmwoyrdert. county there havebr-- n several cases ilnco Misa .Nkm.ik lUYAnn,the fifth dnughtT Attgutt but no drath. At Vn metto of the Hrcietary, It to enter society forthere aro wowr twenty cases of fever three mally thla iAion, deaths having occurred on the !EM nnd the Tavwixo, the tenor, It said to havede rm. rretbtrut Nnal Mitchell ilned an offer of JltywO for a six month' following olltcial bulktiu for the 2i our tour In Amerlrn, ending nt p. in. Wow cavet, VI fthe, 10, Total number of cae to date .,7i'i HKVATtma KAWYRit, of Wisconsin, and Stanford, of California, are llm rwrtllcst lolal nuiiilrof dentht to dale, tWti (lASKVtl.t.C, Kla., UcL I. T re it un In the Hen a I a. Tiir.JtKnr l,,VlflconvIctt In the Georgia ireat ilUtrvs beie on account of U yelaim leiltntUry, of which number ?KI aro un- low fever panic. Supplies arecity i ex- tl hausted In the ttorvt, and the tin. der riterir for life, will (e tailed at their tet ihihij TnicBccndary of the Treasury hat take measuret to tectiie aid for the tuf- K)f0X.W) m orth of bondt under the lo flbt HicuUrof April 17 latt LHH'ctirnK tart that the American Sulddt Devour J by Hiuzirdi, ajhi has altiifitt entirely rut out the h Noihoi.k', Va., Oct, 1. A laiv while girl In pubtlo furor." pvsting thmugli the Hollies, tw miles Mil. Maitr 11 Tyler, the original Mary fnmi Virginia Bench, Haturdny iiIj-who had thn IlttI lamb, Is uuw K!, and the ukrletoti of a man. Ki m V.i llvet nl Bomvrvilln, Mat. iatlei(d clothlog, paper and other Mia Knmt Hiiimmi, tho net hat article found arviund It was blent fled as jutt Untune a Countet by the elevation of the lematuaot Aloiuo IwU, the .. inning lrr huilmnd to the erag. alesmati of W. A: II Douglass jnimr Ma a. Glkyklami, it It paid, The grtttng inanutatturert of Now York Cft tiivd of antwrrlnj; notrt from people who Imiraitls hail enten every pnrttrle t fleh name their Ub!t aflr Iirr. olT, leaving only tlta Uratlinl tjie. 1'tie presumption It that I.wl dmniidto'1 Aw oil having Omndor of reflned etro leunile reported to have Irrn found at a suicide. tieplhoM.ftrj feet In llrle, I'a. The rjfIS CotlapjfJ. Tiik lftrhen ntid UIiiIhr room of a Kan at City hotal ate located on. thn eighth In Wir.t.k'KensnuK, J'a.f Oct 1. A ! if ave took ptai-- at I'laltiv thl iiiorMt".' Tho mr, and reflflird by tlx e!aratr. pillar In the MlltcietV mine crwur, Htkiyaht. of It the Ulleit man, end thn lltniet, of UeoTRta, It th heavirtt, Hhile arres, let eirlb covering an arri of five May downltli n torrtflccra Ingatlt U th thlnett man In the lloua. The tiousen on tho nuifftce were wrcrkt Don Lou i I, King of lWtugal, eople were asleep, and they were lu HnglUh, Kmuds ItalUuf out of their IhhIi. Many were ajureil. Hjtaiiftu, lNvrtuguee, tiermau and Hwml The iHjltnm of nil thn wall droi td out Mi. In home place there are hole blcenough A nrtfxtan trell unk tindr fww lore Htul rart In lrwuU"l' to 4atert of New York bty, on the Jrejr the mine Mow, n dlttnllCOoTnTi bundled da, pioducrt pura freth water In abundfeet ance While chjpcl Hen? Still al Large. U nameil In honor lUKtfW County, Kan., -r! I. f.ONiH!f. bs of li tanra lUiiton,nhoiu o many Kan leeti nrrestitl on uplclon if lepig thn at veteran reiiemtMrHlh undying grat- WhitechnpI murderer. The Futttneutl itude. .Wies ba olTrred a lewnrd uf X&JO for Bntnx KAI.RiiKiiHr(the Delaware peach the rapture of the murdrer, and there grvwer, recently made a profit of twocentt It talk on tho Mock rxchange oforreiluj n on a carload of eache that told for !, further rewanl. Tho lont 31ayorha r a reward of CVW. A iinna drawing an octupled carriage Forties Wnlow( Kir Iltton Betiuett and tepied on an electric light nlre at Teeki other medical are nio-- ilun over kill, N. V.( and wat Inttanlly killed by the convlncvtl that the murdeier it a homiehoek. cidal luuatlc. Tiik paid drummen traveling for Sam Wah't Matrimonial Agency. Ctftoigo boutet are live men In the grocery trade, who recelva talarlet of frumWOQ Wah, n CiilCAflr Oct totl(t,(Xii)nyear. ('hlitaiunn, who hat a wlnto wlfn, A lAACASTcn, 1'a., wag crrntod no little and who hn heretoforo troii hargeit with exolteiurnt by writing a mythical name lunnmga sort of niatrimoiiiil agency to tilm a hotel reglttcr with the addreti, tecuie whltH wve for Chinamen, wat In MJackonUIe, Fla." the ml Ice court again thi looming, and A Una. WiLn hat tued the city of wa ImM for (he Oram! Jt on n of Mary Kto, a young (eruinu girl, WIeliltn for J.Vfc) for needlettly exotlng tuThiiftlutm! to tho monll-poby sending who claimed Ih! Nam Wnh had leen ac reory to her nlxlucllon and marriage to Mm to tho pett'houto. Wb ftball toon l having ciKroanutt of nl'liiiiutnaii. American manufacture If the government VYoather In Vermont, Kreteun tho Inland of La Cottl, o(T the BttATTLKnOHO, Vr., Oet ! Kntitbern Jlorldn oontt turn out n tureen. Vormont hdl are whlta with snow, It hat HlH Jl)lV l.l'HWCK. of loe Ik for maiiy tieen the coldml KeptnolHU' fifte tha Itrltnh AoclAtloi, tald that thnrp irpim ttrung evldrnco that the year. At Wilmington the t as fell n'& degrre aUtvo yrttenlay, t'omlderublo mother can control the rx of the egg." done fruit ilanmge Ims Tiik reflection of tlm tettlng nun on the Know fell yesterday attocnand M"iljteller and lUiidimaof tho Orren Mountain Hntn1, Mt. Hpnugneld. Deveit, Me., oan lm distinctly toon at -- . Belfatt aiiil Montvllle, fifty to tlxty mile SmalbPov RavaQb Culato. nnay. week, ago KvrrAiA N. Y., Oct. tiAK AMuSIo, Ctt., UnU of h Mi i fill n case of smallpox was di overed here. nl tuiby. It Is tin mou of Alfred Mngulro, Hlnco then there have ben ttxtynlne ftjfillroad brakeman, mid when born It tukti nnd Bcventccn. death lxc nhlch weighed only ilxteen ouncet, A pint cup werocuutiHl by black tmal ihv, which Is covered it. most fatal. There nro nor tnrntytwo Tiik richest mid mot Influrntlal Chinacuses In the hospital. man In Chicago It lllp Lung, the mayor of tho Celettlal colony there and the laundry Tobacco Crop Damaged br Trotls, king or tho city. Ho It a llttlo man phytt Dakyji.lk, Va., Oct. L- - Die fnitts of tally. Ill fortune amount to j'.'oo.uw. Hntunlay night havo (Unehal WiiKELEn, of Alabama, I the Friday nnd Virginia bac .crop. greatly About tho tmaltettan well a tbethnrlett man phy lUnuiRvd cent of tho cron.lt s'Ju ouutaud Ixly flrntly In tha Houto of UepreaeutAtlvea, Ing, per sulTcL.LaeveiQ lu all of which has Whoolorwata UouUnant (1 en era I In th being utterly rltncdT Coufedernto nrmy when only twentyfout Jury, much of It yeart obL Dtprtvedot Work by thi "Trust." Anot'X a million tonsof tho Iceharveitol Kugar Boston Oct I. Tho Bay from tha Uudton Iat winter romalnt un Bcllncry, acting under orders from the touched In tho ttorehoutet contblerably morn than half tho crop. A tuccelun of Hugar Trust bradqunrtera in Vw York, Cold wnvce during the tummer chilled tho cloiod ilown Saturday night for good, thus thtowlng out of riupliMuent threo Ice btivlueis, Tub rnvcuout ttarflth which bare been hundred men. pieylng upon the blgoytterbed InNarrn Snow In New Hampshire. gnneott bay are rrMirlil a thick Jutt now WooDHVil.i.u, N, It, Ott, m cranberries In n I'apo Co I bog. They havo clonrod out more oyttcrs thUyear Inch or more of snow, fell' line nnd ipilto generally over Northern New Hampshire, than ever before. Saturday night TtmiKwatn very obi trunk at Cmtla 'Aro you fond of Kiilmln, Mr. Garden recently. It nrrlved with William Bohrotifton tho Kubbi and bad tho date CIo(TotonPM mid a yoiihh U'Iy lfrn cnrvotl on It. The trunk U of black whh tho reply, "It U my oak. Mr. Bohrem was I huh id for Monti fitvorlto form of muelcnl composition imllo, loan. Hetnldtho trunk had bceu tho low csti'cm in notwithatnmUntr lu hie fnmtly for S'.'O yean. which It la hold by Homo mualcliuw." Tub death of 1W. Hlchnrd A. IVoctoi ' bo. (,I nm dollghtod to hear )ou hat brought a groat many rotnnrk nnent Shiill I Binj 'In tho (Uonmlng- for him and bit profession, which tuggevt you?" "You must pardon mo for not what n groat lunuence tho dead nttrouom I hnvo tin cr had during life, In tpreadlngnmongtho mentioning It sooner, but In JuhI maitea a comprehemloii of at least the nngugomunt to meet n tiwu ten minutes." Merchant traveler, fundamental principle nnd fnett of at tronomy. Tho foihmlng Is tho copy of mi in JIish Hunan Winter, of Wheatlandi. vttutlon received by the frtonds f it Montana, hat tued a local editor for def nldoi niuatlon of character. Hhu If engaged to certain young lady on tho Wot You nro lnvltod to bo pposont nt a a young man named Kpring, mid tho editor, In alluding to the fact, quoted (ho nurprlao pnrty at tho roaldoneo of , on Friday owning next. remark about winter lingering In the lap MUa X of tprlng. Tlio rofroMhmonta will he provided by Tub announcement that twenty four MIsbX .' 7riifo Hwodlth maldem had re ntly arrived In you " Youoff man (U)etlltor thlt country to become tho wlvee of Americans, It not pleavaut or ronuurlng. It roeelvo iv poem from mo, lr?" Ivlltor 'MImsIIovo I did." Young m wilt etriko the average feminine mind n you ablo Aflor looking It over cry Hlngulnr that the marriageable ouug men of this country should bo obliged to todouny thing with itjl Kdltor-- -" I had Jut itront-t- enough loft look abroad for companions, when tbti country bat such an unusually large and to throw It Into tho bnskvt. " UrvrU tiamr, VftUrarleJ assortment. e Old "Hutch'a1 Whoat Profits Chicago. oat with In tho Wri a that two mora murders had I ecu nddod to Beptemher Wheat Forced t'p to Ml.fiO the list of mysterious crimes that have recently ben committed in Whltechapel. llushrl, with Kserlleiit Trowpecte That the Price May Ou Th$ two victims, as In the former caton, to Two Dollars. were two dUsnluto women of the poorest Jfrs cMi. That tho motive of tho murderer wai not robbery it shown by tho fact that no A'tentpt was mado to despoil the bodies. TbeWlrtt murder occurred In n narrow court olf Bernere street, nt an early hour this morning, beneath the windows of ift foreigners' club. A Hoclnllst coif ert wat lu progress, and many mem-lof the club were prvftont,but no sound Wit heard from the victim. Tho tamo prjofst had been followed as In tho other celts, me woman una oeon soitca oyitie hroat and her cries choked, and tho mur- Jerer, with one sweeping cut, bad severod her throat from car toenr. A club man on TfllsYllilf 1hlt Mil illMlflil ilTWUsf Vilfl ei luii BnWHvWljInToiiTfvftWt s. 1 pur-rha- nl uin jtr A ttreara of warm blood wa fowing from the lody Into tho gutter. The murderer had evidently been die turld lforo ho had tlmo to mutllato his vlctrn. The eecond murder wne commit-tethree(iunrters of an hour later in Mitre Hipiare, five minutes' walk from the scone of tho first crime. Policemen patrol the square every ten minutes. Tho body of the unfortunate woman bad I ceil disemboweled, tho throat cut and the nose severed, The heart and lungs hail been thrown aside, and tho entrails were twitted Into the gaping wound around the neck. The Incision show a rough dexterity The work of dissection was evidently done with thn utmot haste. Mitre Hpiare, the scene of the necond murder, Is a thoroughfare. Many people pass through tho square early on Sunday morning, on their way to prepare for market lu tho notorious Petti coat Lane. Tho publicity of the place adds to thedarlngnossof tha crime. The police, who have been severely criticised In connection with the Whltechapel murders, are paralysed by the latest crimes. il street - . BATTLE OF TOE SNAKES. Kr.. Bent Kng-Hs- They I'nrijtlit tn the llralh, nod the Victor Made a Meal of the VuotuUheit re, 1 William Kaolin, a prominent young farmer residing west of this clly telle a remarkable snake story, tho truth of which noooe doubt. In passing through a tobacco field eoveral days ago, ho happened to run acrotttwosnnkei, one a copiwrhoad and the other a chicken make, wrapjMtt around each other In a ddty tmbrscs, and Sghtlng uith all the vtreriglh and venom they jKfteed. Taking a long stick Mr. Knoll carried thrm to an open field, whero they continued to battle until the copperhead was killed. Hllmlnglt over, the chicken snake proceeded to swallow It whole, after which It was allowed to ecao. Tho chicken snake was seven feet long, and tboco head Ave. UnrKlN-aviLL- 30. thrn thn)t lt j- ro j b Office Shattered by Dynamite. riTTsnuHoii, I'a., Bept 91. About nine o'clock Baturday night a dynamite loinb wat exploded In front of the potottlco at Bhaniiaptii, Beaver Couuty.aud an hour later anolhrr nn put utT lu the lear ot the same building, shattering windows and breaking nearly all the bottlea in a drug store adjacent The perpetrators of the outrage ar Minn. but It I supposed the tnimbs were Intended to blow up a disreputable house near by. The notified the sheriff of the county nnd the authorities at Washington, anil efforts will be made to And the guilty par- nt jost-mast- iita el ties. tif Frost Lino Nearlng Florida. eert lt irn well-kno- com-plai- dent It'eat Mitchell Issued the following hours ofllcial bulletin for the twenty-fou- r ending at 6 p. m., Bcptember JWj 7J; deatht.fi. Case to date, 2,ft!6; total number of deatht to date, 5&I. The g ;ool, bracing weather hnt had a most effect nt shown by tho marked in the numWruf new enscs of yel For several ow fever reported here. nights overcoats have proved comfortable tothnfcowhn have len weakened by the prevaltmg disease, and to. night It It almost cool enough to make ono dream of hoar frost nnd New-case, grat-Tyinsnow-storm- s. Jacksonville, Fla., Bept W. Presi- Kentucklan who has occupied the lted position of Grand Blre of the Bov- rtfta Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. The other mtllon, Milton J. Durham. V,L.T. Ennr. of Louisville, who wna CniCAOO, Bept 28. King Hutchtn-o- n sof tho first of heroic physicians toro- wouldn't sell a doliar't wortn or aepicm-be- r I .ppoad to the call for medical aid at Jack- until tho price went to wheat Wrllle, died thero on tho 2tb. l,o0, and then ho sold Aba Voole U),000 ManoAnET HARDKatr, aged 100 buthelP. "OIvo him your watch, Abe," Wnlk up, 'Jtfa, died In Webster County a few daye called out Jimmy Clifford. "' gentlemen, they nro now talking watches, ifoonE was seriously wounded and there was a general laugh. Tho price of September continued nt $1.00 up to .Hopklntvltle while making love to the close, and the last 0,000 buthcls man's wife. bought from Hutchinson brought that L Dowtwr: a yoong farmer reeldlng ntked figure. "What did you anyi" County, Weibftfca FayeHae, b tomorrow. the psrehwer. "it trtmld 4V J'Wtll, you won't get It frou pWH.i ltsaMlwsiSits1llllai tj In made 11,000.000, it Hutchinson pf age and without a family, other claimed, since hit September corner begsu .n rnpther and sister, to whom ho leaves to pan out? but o far as the expresa farmVf two hundrod ares of rich sion on his face Is concerned, no ono would Imagine he had made a cent He continTiik ojher morning a sawmill owned by ues passive, whllo every ono around him Is Henry farney, near Demovllle, blew up, craty. This morning Hutchinson received killing tarney nnd his son Charles, agod from tho clearing house checks amounting thlrteei years, instantly. Young Barney to $070,000. This probably covered two was bid n fifty yards. days' business. He hat been receiving from Hich Tall was going home alone at $20,000 lo $100,000 every day for tw6 weeks Dixon, i out midnight, when he chanced past Thle will give a slight Idea of hit to run tgalnst Ambrose BpIIlman, who profits up to dato on the deal If, as he stabbed llm In Inat $2, flicting lendly tho chest with a knife,says says, September will sell wounds. Bplllmnn his profit will bo about trebled. "I think," Wall scired him, which the dying man said a disconsolate scalper, a he gazed at the crowded gallery, "that thoy ought to denied. As A ifLTty of painters were at work on chargo an admission feo and donate the proceeds to tho bears." 11. I. Hutchinson the ClarWitlo and Princeton railroad ovV- - Little river, west of Hopkins-vlll- o was born near Danvers, Mass., In 1828, bridge sevel days since, Mrs. H. Hicks, and started life on a farm. Agriculture not being to his liking, he went to Lynn, wife of thfc station bots, accompanied by and after mastering tho making of shoes her llttlo sin, came to the bridge on an erIn rand, wbeilone of the swinging ladders Ho failed started a factory. his face used by theyalnters fell, striking the lady 1857 nnd then turned to tho West, locating In Milwaukee. and hereon Mrs. Hicks' Injuries have That town being too slow for him. became since result el lu death, but tho child may to Chicago In 1j' and went on tho board recover. G no v Ell CuvELA?rn, of trade, hi membership costing him $5. a In a year or so bo was worth $157,000 and son of ConLd Fain, of Xtcholarrfllc, had paid every debt he owed In Lynn. Ho placed bis delcate band on a block and Invited Is a man of keen foresight, Indoiultablo playfully his will, great courage, ami bouiman oeive, broitiei m uiiifulate tt H sufTerf the caring for no one, nnd intent only on makloss of ono flni'r and a badly mutilated I " ing money. Ho has helped many a man hand. on tho Hoard, though his philanthropy has Tiik brick building of the always Inured to bis financial benefit He Ohio Falls Leather Company, at Louish of ville, was decoyed by fire tho other is worth probably $10,00),000, which has boen made within the past morning, togotr with all Its stock and week, machinery. It Vns probably tho rcsultof spontaneous combustion, as much oil and Reports ol Starvatloi Confirmed. greasy leather vere stored on the floor Winnipeg, Max., Bept 2S. A terrible where the fire ttarted. When the fire nnd destitution nmong reached the cellar, whero fifty barrels of taloof starvation tho Indians comet from the Athabasca nnd codfish oil were stored, the oil exploded Fence Hivcr country. It comet in the with a terrlfio noise, nnd sent a shower of form of a petition to the Minister of the bricks and sparks flying Into the nlr. The Interior for Canada, and Is signed by the Ohio Falls Leithcr Company wnon of Anglican Bishop for tho diocese, tlx clergytho largest manufactories of harness men and missionaries, and sereral Justices leather in the country. Its yearly output of tho peace. It set out that owing to the was 60,000 hides. It wa founded In 172. great rnortillty of tho beavers and other Tho total amount of insuranco on tho small game, tho Indians, both last winter property is $132,500, Including $12,000 worth and this tummer, havo been in a continual "n the bark shed, which was very slightly ttato of starvation. They are now In a damagod. complete ttate of destitution, and are un AT LvSiugtou the Republican DUtrtct able to provide themselves wjth clothing, Convention rtmiiltMtiKl Colonel A. M. ammunition, nr food (or winter. There ar owopefor Congress In opposition to Colalso w ell authenticated case of cannibalism onel Breckinridge, This Is the first white reported. Republican w ho has contested that district Dakota, since Mr. Beck wa first elected. Jamestowx, Dak., Bept 2tf. Reports of Tiik annual reunion of the "Orphan prairie fire losses aro coming in from every Brigade" of Confederate soldiers was held direction, nnd tho worst fears will bo more In Frankfort on the 2Gth. Hon. Ira Julian than realized. Between Jamestown and mado the welcome address, which was reLamouro a strip of country fifty miles sponded to by Judge Joseph H. Lewis, of wfdo was burned over. Among tho latest the Court of Appeals, and former comlosfccs reported tho largest aro: W. lL B, mander of the brigade. Congressman W. Trlnnle, 2,000 bushels of wheat; a farmer 0, F, Breckinridge delivered a eulogy on named Warren, near Ypsilantl, 4uu acres General William Preston. In the afterof wheat In shock; hundreds of small noon the old Hohliers marchod to tho cemefarmer. sustained Ioses ranging from $100 tery, whero the remains of Colonel Jamof to $1,000. Nearly all tho hay In tho south W. Moss, brought there from Hickman, part of Barnes County was destroyed and were Interred In tlvs Btato lot. the same may almost be said of wheat John W Caldwell then dellwrod Near Montpeller names of a dozen have a eulogy on Colonel Moss, which closed the been heard where wheat escaped Auceremonies for the day. A reception was gust's frost only to burn up In Beptember'e tendered tho brigade at tho Executlvo iftcond y fdsn Caldwell wat sentenced to seven for tho same crime. JfpmiUL Johx Unncnwoou la tho direct ro I rejoice a voy coi Sft. I wr The neaiitirtil Way That Leads to the waiteth watch fi Tearly tJatet flotPa Temptation to wing of Image's fierinon the morning Is she thi Itev.a?- - DoWltt Tallmage, D. I)., took "HI gofc the toxtlait Sunday: l'salra civ. 3. r "Wjo mg; Maketh the Clouds His Chariot" Dr. mount saldt Hlra eri Brutes are contmcted so a to look thing t down. Thoso earthly creatures that havo when wings when they rlso from the earth still Yea, look down, and tho eagle searches for mice It Is In the grass and the raven for carcases In and tl the field. Man alono Is made to look up. vermll To Induce blm to look up God makes the That I tky a picture gallery, a Dusseorf, a Lou-- k that b, Tal-ma- tJjJZ1 lK in tho morning will I unto Theo and look up." Bcrlpture ejaculations t iltna morning;" "Mv sout fliffj mora than they that LBArnlngj" "If I take the ttngi" The eyelids of the corning cometh," "Who forth as the morning?" U prepared as the morn- ornlng spread on tho hat thou thouldtt visit ilng." What a mighty throws from Hfs chariot the morning. i evening cloud chariot the tatTron and tho gold id the orange and the ot fauna of tha sunset laco wncrethu splendors IhrAttrrh 111 A (MV., hnV. "H. Vft. J throw down heavens on fire, tM'day when the - H morning cloud, and cry early In tho :'My totes shalt thou hear was. much morning Ho drives out gers I Buffalo on Lako Erie very eaon and whllo thero Ice. When they wero well out the captain saw to hi horror that the Ico was closing In on him from alt sides, and he saw no way out from destruction and death. He called Into the cabin the passengers and alt the crew that could be spared from their posts and told them that tho ship must b lost unlet God interposed, and, although he wa no, a Christian man, ho said: "Let us pray," and thoy all knolt, asking God toeomo for their deliverance. Thoy went back to tha deck, and the man at the wheel thou ted: "All right, cap'n. Its blowing nor' by nor'w est now." Whllo tho prayer wa go ing up In tho cabin tho wind changed and blew tho Ico out of th way. Tho rnato asked: 'Bhall I put on more sail, cap'nr" "Don't No I" retpondod tho captain. touch her. Boino one ctso Is rnnnnglng and women, shut In this ship." Oh on all sides by Icy trouble ana nuiior-tnnc- s, In earnest prayer put all, your affairs In tho hands of Owl. .You will eome out all rlfht Heme one.oli s la manajtlngr seven-year-o- flve-ato- U ono-tcnt- m m Fire-Swe- U V. "an'lcn at nl"bt Another Iowa Liquor Decision. It, Bu l,w Covrno'' d Mr. R, kner. lfn l.-- Ten this place, yesterday discovered that the saw was not running true, and. taking a wrench, sat down and began to' tighten It up. By eome meant , his hand emtio In contact with tho saw-which struck it between tho forefinger and thumb, and, ripping up hie arm, drew him forward, causing him to full faco foremost oil thfl saw, and his head was split nlmot In twain. Ho aimko to some one near him nnd directed them to go after a doctor, but ho only mrvived twenty minutes. niUcannrUi-easto- f Head Halved by a Saw. KlMiaTorr, Oa., Bept SO. ltobcrt King, the ow tie r and operator of a new mill, four Pes Moinks Bept 28. Tho prohibitory taw has been evaded In many comities by sellers, who havo claimed to bj agents of Chicago men, nnd tT bo soiling liquor In original pnckages,nnd several cases against such dealers ar In tho court. Judgn Glrert decided In Mich cases that tho right to bring liquors Into tho Btato does not carry tho right to toll Indiscriminately, and that tho original package must be defined as tho packago of tho distiller, with the Government stamp attached, and can not bo construed to mean packages put up by dealers with tho express lutcntlon of evading the law of the Binle. ttorc H3p:!ul, Bept 28. President Neat Mitchell issued the follow-In- ; ofllcial bulletin for the twenty-fou- r hours ending at 0 p. m., Bepteniber 2d: Now case, N; death,."). Cnses to date, 2,103; total number of deaths to dato, 212. Jacksonville, Fla., Honor lo a Missouri Jaw. house, of Missouri, hat apitolnted Samuel Levi Associate Justice of the County Court of Ilatet County, vie T, J. Ilosvrorth, deceased. The appolnleo U a Hebrew, and Is Bt. Bept. OH Governor More- Justice Matthews Convalescent. tho only one of his race ever appointed to a position of any kind by a (lovcrnor of IblsBlate. riunnetl Tnruug'i a Treitiv. Coi.VMiurs, Oam Sept S). At two o'clock thlt morning the railroad ofllcial a here were notified of a frightful accident on the Washington, Bept. 28. Jusllco Mat- thews, who has bceu quite 111 for several days, continues to Improve nnd his family regard him as convalescent Wahuinqton. Bopt Tho Collector, of Cuutoma at Now York has been authorized to suspend action In the case of the twenty Mormon children detained nt that jwrt until the agent of the Mormon Boctety shall hnvo an opportunity to prove that they nro not likely to become public charges, The Mormons Given a Chance. Columbua nnd Western road, ono hundred ill limit, A Xrelghl train went mile through a trctle, nnd ono man was Instantly killed nnd sovrrnl woundod Tho dead man's name Is Charles Webster, a buslnets man of this city. Two train hand will die. Immigrants. 1 Ouo-ha- lf FIva steamships Nkw YonK, Bept landed IflCnS Immigrants nt Castlo (lardeu SO, today. Two Deaths at Decatur. DKCATUn, Ala., Bept 30, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itobert Inmaii both died last night of yellow fever. Bo far as I can lcam there are fifteen cases now under treatment hero. Ir, lllnck and Mr Amhelnter nro dangerous. . Steamer and Cargo ol Cotton Burned. Bavankah, (1a., Bept 80. Tho Throna-teesk- FiUgcratd Released. LoNitoN, Bept. 2S. Fitzgerald, win mado n voluntary statement to tho police that ho was tho murderer of Annlo Chapman, one of tho Whltechapel victims, hns been discharged, Circus Canvasmen Kilted. Fittsduiuiu, Bept 2S. ,Bhcony" Mortwenty-nine ," gan, aged N. i ,i -- .. Burford (colof ored), of Now York Btato, cauvos-ueForepnugh'a circus, wero run owr nnd killed In Allegheny City tonight, wblU J., and "Sheke " (white), ct Cam-do- n, - loading tho wagons. ii n, a Chnttahoocheo river steamer, with four hundred and forty tales of wne burned to the water's edgo below Ualntrldge, this morning. No lives wero rot-to- Hani an Again Defeated. race for Bipnky, N. B.W., Bept,,2S.-T- ho the sculling championship between Feter Kemp and Edward Haulan was rwedon nnd was won tho Faraumtta river by Kemp. "Mel Our DealhTnlhi ClouJs." large Fhovidenck, It I,, Bopt 2 silk balloon, Its car deserted nnd tlrlftntg, was captured on Cumberland H'l thl morning, whero It caught among ib trees. The address "Carl Myers, Mohawk, N Y,," wns found on It, and a bit of a Bullalo newspaper pinned to tho basket, ' which wat prucllcd, "Met our death in tho y lost. Total OonJ Purchases to Dale. WASiilMOTON.Bcpt 29. -- Tho total amount of bonds purchased under tho circular of April 17, Is JiUMUW, of which $11,0.11,700 are Fours, nnd $lH,5.VV,00nro Fouranda-half- . Their cost wa $73.3IO,2i, of which J.Vl.f JO.aa was paid for the Fours, and for tho Fournndahalf. Killlna Frost at Chattanooga. vie Y, h ). TlCNK., Bept Til UnUcr repoits a killing froit nt Chultauooga thH morning. Tho thermometer reached IITs degrue at five o'clock this morning. There will be no ltuu lu the tjuarantlne until all danger li path ClIATTAMMKiA, cloud.1' Blgioil Willian7wilTNol"RoRccjlv8l. Vikn'NA. Kept. 2. A coiuuiitt't of tht flower llmuo of Iho Austrian Diet advltoi tho I ejection of the proposition to fttvo an ofllcial reception to Emperor lug his villi to this ilty, Wl)''o diir Bryant was fireman. Directly nflcr start tho englno commenced working badly, and Kuykendall went to seo about It Jutt as he got to tho engine the boiler "lot go," Mowing his Uxly to shred nnd strings. Bryant's head wns blown from his body, a were both of hi arm and ono leg. Mm. Kuykendall had come to tho'mUl to seo her h'isband, and wa !tt)f; upon n pile of plank near by. A piece of tho boiler struck her, cutting off one of her bi easts nnd breaking her atm. Bho wasnlsohor-rlbl- y scalded. Tho man who wa left In chargo of tho saw was Injurod so badly that he will certainly die. Tho woman can not live. The scene was a terrible one. Pieces nf Kuykcndall's lody were blown a hundred yards or more, and shreds of his flesh and skin were found In the top of adjacont trees. Tho causo of tho accldont was that the engineer allowed tho water In tho boiler to get too low and then turned a supply of cold water Into It Petkh Cinicn was shot and killed by Wm. Btcphcns, of Bath County, at Peters- vllle, near the eastern edge of Fleming County, tho other night The killing grew out of a controversy nbtit n woman In Bath County. Hot words wero exchanged, after which Cider returned home and was followed by Btcphcns. After slaying hie victim, Btcphcns robbed him of $21D and a pistol. Wm. MKiKn, millionaire tobacco dealer who recently died In Louisville, left tho bulk of hie property to Cincinnati relatives. Violin, worth $o,000, owned by Charles DIckcrman, of New York, and Misty Way, worth $4,000, owned by Cyrus Motter. of Marlon Ind., wero burned to death In tho burning of J, B. Bhockency's stable, at tho Loulsvlllo Tiik large tobacco barn of John W. Haubery, bI tun tod south of Hopklnsvlllo, together with all its contents, wns entirely destroyed by lire tho other evening. Twenty-fiv- e ncros of fine tobacco had J'.'st been housed tu the barn, and a stick of tobacco falling In the firo kindled to cure It caused tho accident. Loss nbout $3,500; no Insurance, 'Bquiuk Hiiilku, for tho murder of Kd. Hendrrttrcet, nt Loultvllle, gets twenty-on- e years lu tho Pen by a content verdict In tho eastern portion of Christian County hydrophobia tt reported spreading among hogs nnd other stock. Borne hogs belonging to M. B. Henderson, .of Pilot Hock, wore bitten several days alnco by a mad dog, and these have gone mad and bitten other. Cowa nnd horses lu the same lot havo nUo shown signs of the rnblea, and been confined to see what tho i etui t Is. Mr, Lleudervoii thot ten mad bogs thu other A mad horto was alto killed In Culdwell County. Mua CAhmc Bknkdick, of Newport, Li mysteriously atlstlng some time. Tiik ma gist rates met nt Paris and elected liutsell Marr to fill tho otllco of Judgo of Bourbon County, made vacant by the death of Judge Mat Turriuy. A iionnMLK explosion occurred at Hor-to- n Btatlon, fifteen miles from Owensboro. Berry Kuykendall owned a itortable sawmill, of which he was sawyer and Thomas r s. . fr the KwaI pi "beaV the soil, tsrelve rmnner of prrclois' stono, from of Alva felt sur of his triumph, suddenly have little or no appreciation of tho foundation of jasper to mlidlo strata of the wind turned and the swollen waters but "morning glories" that bloom on tho wall sardlussndon up to tho coping of amecompelled him to stop that siege, and the of tho sky at sunrise or tho dahlia) In the thyst At that hour without ny of city was saved. TVo ut la ccitaslci clouds at Minet the coast pf God that night drove alo-isupernatural vision we sea. horse of over a gobelin tapestry or a bridal veil of flre and chariots of firo nnd ban nits of fire the Netherlands In a black chariot of rare fabric, or a snowbank of exipiliito and ships of flre, and titles of fireAseas of It did not merely happen so curve, but see not nt all, or tee without flre, and It seems as If tho last conflagrathat Luther rote from the place whero ho motion, tho bridal veils of mist that cover tion had begun and there Is a"vod on wa silting jutt In lime tokeep from being the faco of the CatskltU, or the swortag fire. When God makes thesn clouds His crushed by a stone that the Instant nfP?r upholstery around the couch of the dying chariot let us nit kneel. Another day fell on tho very spot Had he not ctcnpi-- l day, or the snowbanks of vapor piled up past, whit have we done with it? Another where would have been the Ileformatlonf In the heavens. day dead and this Is It gorgeous cata- It did not morely happen so tbnt Cotumbus My text bids us lift our chin three or four falque. Now Is the time for what David wat naved from drowning by nn onr that Inches nnd open tho two telescopes which called the "evening sacrifice," or D.inlel was floating on the waters. Otherwise, under tho forehead are put on a swivel called the "ercnlng oblation." Oh! oh I who would have unveiled America? It easily turned upward, and see that tho what a chariot made out of evening did not merely happen so that when Georgo clouds are not merely uninteresting signs cloud llsve you hung over the ti (Trad on Washington wns In Brooklyn n great fog of wet or dry weather, but that they are the ocean and seen this cloudy velucio roll settled down over all tho place wnero mis embroidered canopies of shade; that thoy over the pivemonts of a calm summer sen, church stands, and over all this end of are tho ronervatorlesof the sky; that thoy the wheels dripping with magnificence? Long Island, nnd that under that fog he are thrones of pomp; that thoy are crysHave yon, from tho top of Bon Lomond or and his army csenped from the clutches ot talline bars; that thoy are paintings In the Cordilleras or tho Bcrkshtro bills, seen Generals Howe and Clinton. In a chariot water colors; that they are tho angels of the day pillowod for the night, and yet had of mist nnd cloud the God of American the mist; that they are great cathedi'Al cf no aspcrttion of praiio and homage? Oh, Independence rodo along here. On that light, with broad aisles for angelic feet to what a rich Ood we have, that he can put pillow of consolation I put down my head walkthrough and bow at altars of amler on one evening tky pictures that excel to sleep at night On that solid foundannd alabaster; that they are the mothers Michael Augelo's Last Judgment" nnd tion I build when I seo this Nation In politot tho dew; that they are tho ladders for Ghlrlanjo's "Adoration of tho Magi" nnd ical paroxysm every four year, not ascending nnd descending glorlo, whole cilleries of "Madonna," and for because they care two centsabout whether Niagaras of only nn hour, and then throw them away, It Is high tariff or low tariff or no tnrlff nt of Inching flame. color; that thoy nro tho mastcrplocos of and the next evening put on tho same sky all, but only whether tho Democrats or tho ofsome thing that excel all that tho Hepubllrans shall havo the the 1onl God Almighty. fices. Yea. when European nntlons nro Tho clouds are a favorite Bible simile, Baphaeli and the Titlens and tho holding their breath, wondering whether ami the sacred writer hnve made much and the Corrcglos and tho Leonuse of them. After the deluge Uod bung ardo Vlncjs ever executed, nnd then draw Ilussla or Germany will launch a war that on a cloud In concentric bands the color of a curtain of mist over them never again to will Incarnad ne a continent, I fall Iwck o i the spectrum, saying: 'I do set my bow In be exhibited! How rich God must Iw to tho faith that my Father drives. Ye, I the cloud." As n mountain Is somotlmes have a new chariot of clouds every evencait thu f a .v ' r, and ptaut thl it a entirely hidden by the vapors, so, says ing. column of strength, and lift this as a God, "I havo blotted out a n thick rjoud But the Bible tells ui that our King also telescope, and build this at a fortress, and David measured the had a black clmrlot "Clouds and dark- propose without uny purturbitlons to thy transgressions." divine goodnoss nnd found tt so high be ness," we aro told, "are round altout him." launch upon an unknown future triapostrophized "Thy faithfulness rcacheth That chariot Is cloven out of night, and umphant in tho fact that my Fathcrdrives unto the clouds." As sometimes there nro that nlglt Is trouble. When lie rides Yes, he drives very near. I know that thousand of fleece of vnjtor scurrying forth In that black chariot pestilence and many of the clouds that you see In summer across tho heavens, so, says Isaiah, will earthquake and famine and hurrlcaiio and are far off, thn bates of them five miles Then let the earth above the earth. High on tho highest tho converts In the millennium "as clouds woo attend Him. and as doves." As in the wet season, no tremble. Then let nations pray. Again peaks of tho Andes traveler hnvo seen sooner does tho sky dear than there comes and again Ho has ridden forth In that clouds far higher than where they were another obscuration, so, says Solomon, one chariot cf block clouds, across England standing. Gay Lustac, after he had risen thousand feet ache or uilment of old folks has no more and France and Italy and Kim la and In a Inlloon twenty-thre- e than gone than another pain comes, ''a America and over all nations. That which still saw clouds above him. Rut there aro clouds that touch the earth clouds return In tho rain." A column of men took for tho sound of cannnadlng nt illumined cloud led the Israelites across Sebastopolvat Sedan, nt Gettysburg, at and discharge their rain, and, though the cloutlt out ot wtdcu (lrV chariot I tue.de the wilderness. In the Book of JobVKllhu, wntchlnjr tho cloud, could not understand rumbling of the Mack charfot of the Al- may sometimes bj far, away, ofteu 'they - nro clofo by, ami they touch our shoulders. I the chariot of stormwhy thoy did not fall or why they did not mighty. Ave, It all roll together, the laws of evaporation cloud armed with thunderbolts, and and they touch our homes and they touch underneither man, nor angel, nor devil, nor us all over. I havo read of two rides that and condensation thou not being Dost thou know earth, nor hell, nor Heaven, can resist tho Lord took In two different chariots of stood, nnd bo cried out: When I II in. On tboo boulevnrd of bluothU cloud, nnd of another that Ho will take. the balancing of the clouds" read my text It suggested to me that tho chariot uetei turn out for any thing. Ono dnv, In a chariot of clcudt that wero were the Croator't eipiipage, and Aye, no one elo drives there. Under ono n mlngbng of fog nnd smoke nnd fire, Go I cloud their whirling masses aro the wheels, and wheel of that chariot Babylon was crushed drove down to tho top of a terrible crag of the nnd Ilaalheck fell den I, and the Homan tho tongue of the cloud Is tho fifteen hundred feet high, now called celestial vehicle, and tho wind aro tho Empire was prostrated, nnd Atlantis, a then called Mount Blnal, harnossed steeds, nnd God Is tho Uoynl whole ' continent that once connected and He stepped out of His chariot among occupant nnd driver, "who maketh the Europe with America, sank clear out of the split shelvliigs of rock. Tho mounclouds HI chariot" sight so that tho longest anchor of an tain shook ai with an ague, and To undrmtund tboPsalmlst's meanlngln ocean steamer can not touch tho top of Its there were ten volleys of thunder, each of the text, you must know tlmt tho chariot highest mountain, The throne of the the ten emphasUlnga tremandona "Thon of old was somttnies a sculptured brilCoMars.was less than a pebble under the shall" or "Thou thnlt not" Then (ho liancy, mado out of Ivory; sometimes of right wheel of the chariot, and tho Austrian Lord resumed His chariot of cloud and solid silver, and rolled on two wheels which despotism less than a snow flnko under the drove up to the hills of Heaven. Thero were fastened to the axlo by stout pins, left wheel. And over destroyed worlds on wero dark and pcrtentjous Tlouds that and the awful defeat of Oenomaiu by worlds that chariot has rolled without n made that chariot nt tho glvlngof the law. was caused bv tho fact that a traitor- jar or jolt IIuton.eday Ho took another ride, and thl i of ous charioteer had Inserfel n llnch-ptrolled up time down toMmuit Talor, the elands out This black chariot of wnx instead of u l!uchpln of Iron. All c to tho northwest of Europe In 112, and of which Hi charloV wasmndo bright tho six hundred chariot of Pharaoh lost 100,000 men marched to tako Moscow; but clouds, roscato clouds, Illumine I clouds, In lit lied Bfo, for tho Bitholr llnch-plIbul ciinrivltf cloUuiruitv.ivV, an. iMy txud Uiualo lau.ud hum all c! thrm,and thi ble says j "Tho Lord took olt their 23,000 out of the 400,000 troop lived to music was n mingling of carol and chsnt Dko that had and triumphal march: 'TWs Is My wheels." Look at tho long flash of SoloNo ereat mow-storBon, In whom I am well pleased." mon' fourteen hundred chariots, and tho ever before or has ever since visited Bus-!thirty thoufaud chariots of the Philistines. Transfiguration chariot I Aye, the chariot of tho Lord Is irreIt you huvtf ever visited tho building sistible. Ihere It only one tiling tlmt en u ,l0.i,"iy bundled of you, "I wiih I whero a king or queen keeps tho coachesof haltnr turn any of HI chariot, nnd that could hnvo seen those chariots tho black ttate, as I hnve, you know that kings and Is prayer. Again and again it has stop- ono that brought tho Lord to queen have great varieties of turnout ped It, wheeled It around, nnd tho chariot at the giving of the law, and the whlto one "This Is the state of black clouds, under that sanctified hu- that brought him down to Tabor." Never The keeper tell you; carriage nnd used only on great occaman breath, ha blossomed Into such mind; you will see somothlnggrnnderthaii Thl is tho coronation carriage, brlghtnesi and color that men nnd angels that, and It will bo a mightier mingling nt sions." and lu It tho king rodo on the day ho took Irad to veil their faces from it brightness. tho somber and tho radiant, and the pomp the throne." "In this tho yueen wont to Mark you, tboanclent chnriotwhich David of it will be such that the chariots In which open Parliament" 'Thle the roach In uses as atymlml In my text had only two Trajan, nnd Diocletian, nnd Xenobta, nnd which the Czar and the Sultan rodo on tho wheels, and that was that they might turn Cn?sar, nnd Alexander, und nil the of all the nges rode will bo unworoccasion of their visit." All costly nnd quickly, two wheels taking less than half toirelatcd nnd enriched and emblazoned tha' tlmo to turn that four wheel would thy of mention, and what stirs ind tho mo.-are they, nnd when tho driver takes the hafe tflicn. And cur Lord's chariot has Is that when He corner in that chariot ol reins of tho ten white hortes In hi hands, only two wheels, nnd that means Instant clouds and oo luck, He will ask you and and aiuld htounud troops and bands In raVtiaul,and Instant help, and Instant de- me to ride with him both way. full force sounding the national nlr, the liverance. How do I know that tho judgment charsp'endor starts and rolls on under arches Whlletho combined forces of tho uni- iot will bo mads out of clouds? Heveta-tlo- n I., 7. "IltboMHeconicthvHliotcudt." entwined with banners, and uuild the huz- verse !n battle array could n"t tnj HI za of bundrod of thousands of spectators black ctariot a second or diverge It an Ob, he will not then ride through tho Inch, tli" driver of that chariot say s : "Call heaven alono as Ho doe now. He it the scrno U memorable. But my text puts nil such occasions Into upon me In the day of trouble and I will going to brln along with Him tnoscortol Insignificance, as It represents tho King of deliver tboe," "Whllo they areyct speak- ten full regiment. Inspiration saysi chariot, "Heboid the Lord Cometh with ten the Universe coming to the door of His ing I will hear." palace, and tho glided vapors of the one wheel justice and tho other wheel of His saints." But theso flgutM heavens rolling to His feat, and Ho step. mtpy. Ayo, Ihey nro swift wheels. A simply mean that thero will be n grpa ping In nnd taking tho reins of the gallopclcBJ,iihcluer It belong to the clrrhus, throng. And as we shall probably througl ing winds In Hi hand starts In trlu.nphal the clouds that float the highest; o'r botong tho atouoment of Christ bo In Heaven bride under tho arches of sapphire, and over to the stratus, the central ranges; or to forothat I bop3 that w van com) down Ir the atinoipherlo highways of opal and the cumulus, tho lowest ranges, seem to tint escort of chariot Christ In tho cento move slowly along the tky If It moves at chariot, but ihaiWs beforo Him to clear chrysolite, tho clouds His chariot a'l But ninny of tho clouds go nt a speed the way nnd chariots Iniilnd Him ui I My hcaiers, do not think that God belittles Himself when He takos such conveytbu would seem lethargic a vestioulo llm-- chariots on either Ido of Him. lightning express train, so swift Is ance. Do you know tlittt the clouds are The among the most wondrous and majcstlo thi chariot of our God; yea, swifter than Thero Is n strango llttlo animal, too small Do you ths storm, swifter than the light Yet a things In the whole universe,? which hui to bo seen without u muroscoM know that they are flying lakos and rivers child 'ten years old has been known to become quite famous bccauo of Uh power God waved His hand over letch up, and with tho hand of prayer to enduro boat and cold. Ho U called tho and oceans beonuso ho them and tuldt "Come up higher!" nnd tale the courser of that chariot by tho bit rotiferu, or they obeyed the mandate. That cloud In- aiisjow It up or stop It, or turn It aside, seems to boar two wheels In front of hint stead of being, a It seems, a small gath- orturn It back. Tho boy Samuel stopped Thcso tiny creatures live in tho mossca ering of vapor, a few yard wldo and high ll Elijah stopped It. Heeklah stopped that are found on old roofs. When it ruin Is really seven or eight mile ucross, nnd It Daniel stopped It Joshua stopped It they nro very active, aud run nbout to get I'jther stopped It Butb stopped It Hanfood; but when the sun dries up tho roof Is a mountain, from Its base to Its top, fifteen thousand feet, eighteen thousand feet, nah stopped It Slary stopped It. My they shrivel up, remaining so fora weeks, Hut warm twenty thousand feet, and cut through father stopped It My mother stopped It and aro apparently dead. after lying for shower revives them, and, h with ravines five thousand feet deep. No, M; lister stopped It We havo In our schools children who again andagulu mouths lu a roof covered withas snow nnd David did not make a fragllo or unworthy lively u Ico, they will spring up and bo representation of God In the text when he aoi again have stopped It experiment has been mado of e cnartots, ever. The ..... 5otlce that these .!- stt:l fiwt r ilnitPiln. n .1. j. snoko of '.he clouds as Ills chariot But as . Mic'my text uses for ymbol, had whatl 1 suggested in the case of an earthly King, thcm ou u warn lhen MQ n UIJjU UBiU'HWttin m. He has Hit morning cloud chariot nnd Ills Uinyuiu I'HII stove, wnon au we siguetu mo woum re evening cloud chariot, tho cloud chariot in front, but were open behind. And the turn. They have bceu burled In the earth d and for two weeks.but would rovlve by having yvould stand at the which He rode down to BIuul to open tho Kif With his own hands. And I am glad warm water poured over thorn, Boiue claim law, and tho cloud chariot In which Ho dr.'e come to Ufa rode down to Tabor to honor tho gospel, tbt He, whose chariot the clouds are, that thoy really do dlo and to bo untrue shows this but and the cloud chariot lu which He will dr.res Himself. He does not let the natural again, vr, science -- Juf ii la "five, for natural law Is deaf. He come to judgment riot let fate drive for fate is merciless, When lie ride out lu Ills morning char don IUitinkhs which docs uot spring out ol putbur Father King drives himtelf, and holluess It Qvamwcntand ruli.ouv Tber lot at thl season, about six o'clock, He puts golden coronets on tho dome of citlei, Iliputs Hit loving hands on the reins of is soinothlug awful in the mauUo' mirth, trying and ilvors the rivers, and out of the dew earopVn coursers, and he has a loving mid when ull tho Joy that a nun kno.vs b to the cry of all who waut to Ion to thl world, tt is lltttlo bettor th.u makes a diamond ring for the linger of A th every grass blade, bids good cheer to in- - rivh jits attention. Oh, I nm so glad that that of ouo bereft of rciieort. u pot so U the too of vabdi who lu tho night said : "Would God lutKathcr drives, nnd never driven ami truckling of thorn under the burning of I.lko luughter never driven too now, ..,.-.- I.,,, n i,',.i,,, it, - ...nm in f.tiL mini tt ..ery brjght but Umhi nn.l t .. U bruthltmaybo l. r)Mw ; rlnu.1 clmrlut llo .ll.tHI.ule. Ilehl light CArfstdin IntftfMfr, mt rorll.--.rl- l. ll.;vntroU l,y n Lit n.l lll.t for lb. I..vr l'"k"',,,J gee out m durknet. light for II.. I...U .nd liRbt for the ..- awaiting Is oftea tbc hV e i'ATisT who mt o t" ill Ur. of It, pMl wr..th. of It, gr.t hni Urg. numbir of p.n. n wey of 4o ntf CyJ will column, of II, world full of It. 11.11 Mm U(i"m1 IIU 's storm-clouCoto-paxi- most of us by the scenery of the go Into raptures over flowers In !arl Item-brand- I llo Pe-lo- n war-clou- d n a. Jcbol-Mur- n thou-san- Whrel-lleare- r. wheel-beare- Bab-Ut- old-tim- dash-boar- - . 1 , VBd.ruln 1 7" 1 rr r, 'li" ..jtiw k i LalVi a itVJWit,gtiwl,wtttliww - "PitlJ'W II l. L vi -- tf: .J I yv eih 1 h ,$N TOJES-IF-alliXji .5 JZ.1&X3 wi lOHBJ"1 ft ii ti .sahaJMaaaiaaaajjaeawrTrj'CTawaTWagT RM2S3KEJ3 II caemBi 0 '' Awe r,inwTt J1 "WIIKrESaS. -.- BBwFfBP A. i jaggs j fc i A Ilcautiful s? c gg of LADIIJS' AND CIULDlfeW S Ife-- 3 Brown-Dcsnoye- CKii LL 4& "Kiau THE LATE ?5f a 3& "wafers , NEWGOODS! A. GJeLAJfffiy 3DX&FTL,ArST, JL.1 CSrOOiDSI tRl A 13 JNOVELTIES N Sb J"-b f "w ""-yT- ! 1 IfcT -- S4& am -- 55 a- -, & i WRAPS, in all Styles. 'iCnr A large line of W,, eri -- S- rat, wr-- - 4 rs celebrated LADIES AND ClIlLDjtl EL& IS- ft My SqcIc imimucai. tours. KTX. A zMOIX, die Lust lilting nml most reliable Shoo mmlo in the United Slates. W)! r's make, the Munificent Line of MENS YOUTHS and JIOYS' CLOTHING, Ackurlahil VSf bet made and brat fitting Clothing In the marku -- is Large and will be Sold at tfie Lowest Possible Prices I TAX 0. Tilt: IMUMi'.lt rtrt T.A Call and See idem! b - THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., Friday, : : : oot.C, 1SSS. Halial taitic $mz Tichl. FOR PR2S1DENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, or ror NJIAV YOllK. no: PHESIDENT, G, 4LLp or oiiio. THURMAN, Tun present Congress is the longest session in the history of tho Government. The 31st Congress sot until tho 30th of Sep tember. They get annual salaries, and therefore it makes no difference on that score. Democracy continues to crow strength and favor in the West. Postmaster General Dickinson in 1 .1 1 V V f speaks not only hopefully, hut confidently of Michigan, and Illinois Democrats are working with vigor and enthusiasm. Say, yon Prohibitionists, are you going to vote against Cleveland because you know if ho is his party will reduce tariff taxation on tho necessities of life. You know Cleveland or Harrison one will bo elected. The Commission appointed by tho Canadian Government to investigate the enforcement and op eration or prohibitory laws in tno State of Maine, report back adversely to their Government, and Canada refuses to try tho oxpeii ment. Under Republican ndministra tiniiK since the war the Southern people were governed by carpetbag Governors, Legislatures dispersed by soldiers, and millions of doltais of debt piled upon the people. Do you want to see such rule again If not, get out of yonr indifference, and go to work to give Cleveland o big majority. T B t . rebels and butchers of human life, and thereby capital and people deterred from coming amongst us. Don't you know this was tho fact t DouH you know that under Cleveland all this has been changed, and that peace, prosperity and good will now rules instead I iih The Southern people were represented under Republican rule ers decline to canvass Western Kentucky, urging that Kentucky Democrats know their duty and will do It on election day, ami that their services are needed in Indiana and Illinois. If each Demo-cra- t who reads the Courier will vote himself, and take ono or two of his neighbors with him to tho polls, Fulton county will do honest wotk. M The Democratic campaign speak- II. 0. Cooleyleft his wife in Illinois and went search-iufor fortune on the high sens. His wife, huiing nothing from him, married Richard Dnnkard eight years ago. Recently Coolev returned, traced his wife to Mo., and had an interview wlili her, which resulted fn her IvavinR Dmtknrd and going with her first husband. The South hns prospered under Cleveland' administration ns never before sinco tho war. Reforo hfs election tho Sonthcrn people ftlt that they were prosciibod, and they were represented ns longing for rebellion, Inhuman to tho negroes, and that capital was uu safo amongst us. Don't yon know that the Republican party hailed and perpetuated such charges, and sometimes used tho military to disperse our Legislatures, nnd dlsfiunchiso our best citizens. How can Democrats stay at home, and not vote I Now and then you find a weak hearted Democrat who is discouraged about Cleveland's because some Democratic editor in his great anxiety is trying to fare tho country to get Democrats out to tho polls, or beeauso there me no barbecues and speakings iih In previous Presidential yeais to roiiso tho people. Well, this stato of uflalrs only pertains to Kentucky, and Kontnoky Demo crats aro expected to go to tho pollb and got all their neighbors to go beeauso wo know the lightcous ness of our cause. ot g Re'-vier, Years 1KS3, M one o clock p ra , or utrtftbotn, ' 0f jo o cUek, ra , and 3 o cUiV, p in , (balnje County Court upon a credll l lbf Courl 0ttli ,jotr inlllekmao, FhI wn.iu IVLKlllVC of 6 and UraoQlhf.lltefallowlnr dfjcrlb; Uh couolj, Ky.. eipoe lo I'UULIC SALi; tor tno purpose oi perpetrating jNftdle . 23 Tho friends of Stono innko no ed property to w.t MJ acrea ci land (0 lut tljheai bidler, the followMC preru 4A charge election frauds on a gigantic scale, steel pins or complaint against Jadgo in Fulton oounly, Kja off of Ibt tiorth erijr. oo tnual. thorcf n ma U neo I he Kentucky Democrats nro call-White, hh opponeut, for tho Dcm aldeoflbeS C quarlBrof 9aa 2,T I, It fi,ary lo aatlaf; IMalntitl Jail, lutertai 20 1, wil, including lo erea In the h k - avo I coolo), to.lii One Krouah lo Ma u Bw ...vr i,,w ""jKaiara .45 ocratic nomination, but they do oruer of the N K,qrier of aroei?o.( I 4u appurtanancaa lbaraunlo say that Judge Whlto has w greAt Towaaldp and liana-c- . ndbnlonlnn naar enint Qj on I localed on tho tUti 40 itiiu Hi'iiu in iiiuu imuiua iu iiiiimiiii TAXttf OS SUMUlira. and Ohio that they mat bo arrestndvntitngo hi ticlu nblo to can- IhoS K.corneronruncheoiicraal, thne ' belonfln(r( lnl, Old Hickman. AUo, tho j .No. 102 ed and pnidsbed. xlmYsTi Dmim. CatiU mait ..-....- .. vass tho District, inako speeches. wtlh lie meander of aild (Vipolca to a ' yltti 40 LO of lot No Jul, Old IPekuian. cnxts will uso tho shofjjua as well A dot of Kwom Malt) M and gel ins special friends out to biefc wainuu ineooe est 10 popiar on a sili ,ir0nertr "III bo ao I aubjeet to ns tho penitentiary. Insert powder VOtC III the primary election Oil UlO Drlicl, lhenceaouthwelrly tolha aoulb wuarftr action may b Ukn 0' eetton, huU' lain ftlrd by N. O Nelaan Maou- 31 13M1 wherein Stone in ilmiietl thran oil u,Jr7 llnoofaall Tho Presidential catnaign is boiB to tho rod hot and getting botte iu New Tl1ecommonetuindoeKIaMforhou(.eb' M ntUnntnfjefl I elng COinpoIIOtl liy ,henc?lind teonieyed berioUuc Vvaiib tho fAa,rinn Company on taut. Th. lea by .XUchina 10 Tho. me jid upon tba proptrij of York, Now Jersey, Cowteticut, Paint, white lead for the farm home - a.SMUS. . iXWXS- 10 . 11)0 tieopiO lO remmn imld Marihy and ir It deed dated Jguu II ii lat Hriok ltlnoodool Jot Uiiiiof, ike .. i. I. Iil3 seat in Uoiigresflt nml- mofct Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Wiscon- Ituofiug latf. ., yj Hi 10 f lut No 10, ai tba prop uin March, is af Ian helnjr a sin, Minnesota, Illinois mil Call Horpo'line.nillg . ....31 likely will not bo poriuittcd to 63 A No. 23 aer9 lymp InI. Hickman rart of a CM of John II. Hinewttol. count t, lanl tract of TKKMS bale will ba raalt on a credll 63 visit n county or uiuko a speech fornia. In tho other Sfntts of the Trace ehalna.. H. . . Ky.. conffjad by Martin and Ituienla It. of three monib, bond with approttl iO -- . TTntmi thorn ilnnH nntlninnnr tn A hMndaiw..- -. His frionds feel on 'J'Mh March, 1873, bflo JO before tho Mth. rtuira btariug lottrnt from he any very great oxcilenent o;iejJ,-7j;j:nn:n:n;- :: eC, 'JO, T a, it. 3. dy of aate. CO that ho has mado ono of tho best of iba H W niiarferof niiv ur uiu uuiur uurumo me lia4 and baftguig forRraln. .........40 Congressmen this District ever weal, b jjiniiiiij at a aUkf, hornbeam and Witnera my bind, (Ida 10th day of Sep Mekflrv nnititrri' ihancflwfaL wilL aald others ore considered certain A burr atone... -.VU had, and an overwhelming major north tound try tint 150 poles lo anonk;j tember, 16SS. W. A. 8I1UCK, 30 ity of tho peoplo Democratic or certain I emlillcan. ComU ni bmahei rieiro his re Ihenee aonlh 60 poles lo & alakr, the nee ee'Jl so Sheriff Fulton County. An pie.- Tho enonnons neenmtfation of, A endorsement, and would renomidufewood pointer, tbence 50 An alpaca umbrella inniiAP In tfio VnAam nate him if the primary on the nortn to the otFinuing, oontaimng oj COMMISSIONER'S 20 aerea lyiu depressca enterprise oUnrtnHi on the cail KJtli was generally known and acres, exeept aide of Can a creek, which J0 ncraa an thO deiimiul for labor, 'flill llicans Tin cup8raklinmerr, and all tinware 42 generally attended. friil i mi irenlt tourl, Utnturki.? old and conteyel by liioa. Vrilcb In fill scat city of einploytnentfnU lower1 Dn phte for canning inrata and fruita..3l W L, McCutchen, Adra rof I.fe lime, to Henry Kayle. For the puri'2 rer uiurR. Tills hnH heon broiirrlit Kencinc boards, t...!l.I! thouaand... . OA Thos M French, deed. Plff. A very elegant danco was en chase price, ihe purcbaicr, Mlib approvrd . I ! l l about by unnecessary! tixation, iIfi no uuarun njr uuiiuine, auuiu......... joyed by tho young people on the steurliy or fccurlttaa, mud execute bonj, Acalnit luity 3d planed imposed and maintained uy day of r a au an, and tno music rondored oy tearing legal Inlereit from theforce and Dannie wood,tin nancy J.Defta. Fencing posla, nbaut. . .3'J )e until pftld, and el ala. the tbroucrli tho MX tariff Slilngten for roof. . (Prof. Durch's orchestra was beau Uidlere will be Judgment Uy virtue of a juJgraentand order of rates, which they will riotpcrmit hatha for hoiiMi buililine "' tiful. Those in attendance were: effect of to eotnply promptly with ihtie tale of Ike Fulton Circuit Court, ren (art prepared 65 tho Democrats to revise, a:d low- Harbd wire fur knclnff- Ml-- a CarrN Kamage T. T Swarne. irruia. Thla. Spi H ai tne August term the re or, lhs, in the er. Fonr inoro years of DemoW P. T4VrR, MU Juila Kayan H. W. Cuwcill. above cauee, for the mm of five hun Ired Tho yellow fever scourge is Mtu Kmtna Hewitt K. C. I) tier. cratic rule will remedy tbii. Maatar CotntuUlvnr F, C. C. and nlntty nine Jollara and aeventy cent a, Miaa Lily Whiti-- W. claim that the Itepsblicau abating throughout the South, and T.RmaCu ePl21 Some (flKJTOj with interest el the rate of 6 per W M IUn.l!- -. Mltrt MennPleatelhrink cent per annum from the '.'lib day of Aug , National campaign Cpumlttco all quarantines pretty geneially Mfa Dicdelbrlnk J. P. Welch. 188H, until paid, and Ihe cotla herein, have uo hope of electing Harri- - removed. Healthful frosts have MIm Marie DcUontrourl K K. KUIwn. thall proceed to offer for aale at tho nro dirocunjr thelrjnua of. blessed the people ns far South as MUUda DeMunleourt S. S. lEoherla. hut Loue door In Hickman, Ky., to the Car. Ktntazkrssd C& &.Ut) ubli- - Alabama and Georgia, and a fow forts touard securing a MhsNora Oonaldoii Roht. Creed. blgheat bldJer, at public auction, on Mon- AT., MCKJIAS, W Henderaon. V can uongress. inoro weeks will end the reign of MIm Claudii Donaldson day, Ihe Stb day of October, 1888, at one Mini Kate Kingman rocelvel ft well o'clock p, m , ortbereaboitl, (being County J. C. Blliaon. Announce that they ha No man knows how nri election yellow fovcr in Piotidn. MU Muio Cioaller W. P. Harry. iileclelalock or ever) thing uatially kept Court day), upon a credll of 0 rnoniba, will result until tho votes ire nil V. O. Klugman. Mim Nannio Warren Ihe following deicrlbed property, tonit In a Tho Young Men's Christian counted, but certainly Cleveland's MIm Carrie Prott-- W. II iUltzer. Thai certain tract or parcel of Uu I upon eleetiou is much brighter t.an iu Association will meet in tho MethMr J T Stt plena and lady which Ibe defendanta, II. J. Atwood, Hv5ryihinc freab, ncr, clean and cheap. forrnurly live I. and being upon Ihe o, odist church, Sunday afternoon nt 18S1. Imm. Kiomous, .Mai weM, Ulllon And eaii AJo, they will contiuiieto run (he 3 o'clock. Kverybody respectful- Bain!. latdeol the Troy road, anA between the They bring pauper labofen here poperty of Frllf llellner, upon tbo from the cheapest markets a Ku! ly invited. Onpt. L. W. Postlcthwnite, north, and J. J. v uondurant, npon the rope, and there is no tatlffUx to and have aeenred a flratclaa baker. Freh south, it being Vicinity Lot, No. 100 Eu Owing to tho scare through- the engineer, will leave this morn- brtad each day. Alio a prevent its being done. It tho Hickman, Fulton county, Ky. For Um Republicans wero sincere ju tant-in- g out tho South on account of yel- ing on a horseback survey of tho purchase price, Ihe purchaser vUU Pad u call and Hickman A low fever, tho Fulton soldiers' security or atcurltlfa, muit esr to protect labor, why h all full corps of engineers will bo on ana challenge the market la tbla lino. Al culeboud, bearing leal lutareat from the announced for the 20th of these years, haven't thox fiipd n lo, a tho route iu n few days to make a October has been pnsponed. dy of aale until paid, and having tbe tariff rato to keep tliom otitt permanent survov. Tho Pnducah force aud effect of a judgment. Didders Judge Thuminn has accepted will be prepared to eompty promptly with IKO.II A NH i:f,T MUM! Ulllf,. ana JiioKmnn seems to ue a sum nn invitation to visit nnd sheik at Vjron9, llnfornecilon UB8li Ibeaa terme. Tide, Sept. lUtb, IH8t. go. Pauucah Htandnrd. W. P.TAVlJK, (ilta ua trial TocTTbr lore Fort Wayne, Intl., Oc..13 The Courier-Journa- l received n m tav Mailer Commlialoner F, C. C. tnovllj Mills and ox'SeAator check for $12, accompanied by the The wheat market 60n 70 Am"l Judgment McDonald nre also expected to be folio wins touching letter, from wild nnd excited. Tho continues 1 II HutchinInlorcat to day of aale..... Tho Hiends of Cant. Sione Tm: movement of Mormons up- mako no war unon Judiro Whhc. on Mexico is assuming largo pro X fow years Cleveland's nnuiQ litlio over . whelming force In I lie Pomocrntla kTrihune was asked by nn iniiMiin ' Praonnl or political. . They ilm portions, and . extensive pnrehaMCR . . .. i muu vvi ' "J " muo an Perhaps muc i Utah problem ...... cmnpnlgn, wheionw flltTlsoirH is L'raniror u how iiuirIi tiihiit Mm l"J v."11" Is to tho only secondary on the frpubllrnn farmers of Illinois had to pay for cxi'?lllnt CongresHmaUjOue ofhl.e "jip side. All Democrntannproml of tho support of our i ufaut Indus "C8m u "0l lll very oesi, uus soivo uhcii oy mo iMiiignuiuu ui cvcr their nominee, but Ofc tr cent, of tries." Pleaso civo us tho "cold )'Blr'ct uo u lmi therefor, it tho promoters of polygamy. Ejz mibiaue xo cinngo. the Republicans tr1 ulind been facts," said tho granger, "to paste womii is just now rcnchlugilio been lllatno iiistcaclfpfiltirrifton. in our huts." To thoRn innntrliiM Stono A w UXiX V iM9 Thuiinan, the Dongjbcatio thoTribuuo replied: (and bear it! zenith of his usefulness, and itith Company in the is n statesrfiuacknowb in mind that tho Tribune is a lie- lusBURB edged jr nucIi by foii a well as publican paper.) J y .. . civilized "The cold facta mav give our llllllll, UO Will UU Ul mrp-yyfriends, throughout to his people. Tho ffifWWBfulrjni ICKNTUOKV. woihl. whercHA Jfwtcn1 Is Known granger reader a chill colder than )o(BCcldora in his conntry'a Iiietohy, only as a does tho frosty weather, uulegft ed louir session of Conuresa tie uI "1 IVE ME A TUIW, wliea yoti want percuanc o his indignation should tnln8 hm l. his i08t ?f d very rich man. done, or nrir oo - rolinirs Xonforfeitnhle iiftrr llircn jenrs, nnd all claimn paid VX Ulacktulthinff jthe If the Democrats do as well lu warm him up. Wo will classify a Payouts his canvassing nnil ur. Wagoua, Sc alo keep a full line of immediately on receipt of proofs of death. "nectlnis llio pcoplo oacn anions iney uiu in uuneiew ot ucms ol tho cxiieiidl-!tlrot- i Undortat or'c Goods, then 'ho samo ratio of gains will turo of a farmer's family, with tho ins his friends to nttcnt tho pri give every doubtful State to amount per cent, of tax it pays mary eleetiou on tho Mt). If ho Common, noewotKl, and Solid Ulack Wat CmuM, Cleveland citucr to tsio government uu the is defeated it will bo because of mil Uma and notkv, Hhteh can le fitted Four years more of Democratic articles imported or to the manu- his faithfulness iu rcmniu'ng at Ids up on abort m" a call and at reasonable (lite C. llALTZKIl, Pmt, K. L. ALKXANUKU CuiM H.QUniA.NAN, Prt$U rrlo will gho the people cheaper facturer if produced in tho Rust-c- post, instead of coming home to (rife, Shop in Wtat UUkman. JoT look after his own n election. clothing, nnd cheapfi necessaries States. majSMS Ml For 5or Fjea, Since ho faithfully rises all by of life, and all the necessary ex taxu ov mrm uirriir. standing at his post of dity, should penses ol the uocrnmeut met Tlie Iron he Move U nimlt of COWQUiL'SJEYS CALVE. 45 provo ctpally faith 43 not his frieiule nJ kvttlt pot Jast tho same. JUiT For Neuralgia and KlieiitnatUm, 45 ful by turnluir out on tin 13th and 1AA ACUnS, milt totitli of Hick Tho Republicans fay that when Ccppir and bri utensils, if ny IIK'ICnAX, KY. giving his action theli endorserockerj 55 man, alpul 70 acre cleved and COWOILL'S W2ASSL OIL. they are restored to power that Ulawware, ofofihe eonimonedt kintl 43 ment! the tillabhs25 acreaiiiclover andgrM Hinall propose in aotim way or other Table cutlery an J chfaiet kind thev O oottage Iioumt, alble, ci(crn and aprlng. tt$r For Piiea, (tom to correct tho manner of voting I'ltkleil onatlnl 6li 5 lor leruia, &o , al Iivm Hickman College bonds aro COWQILL'S HL3 OINTMENT. 850,000. in the Southern States. Their U (I. W, POWELU 35 mSI now on tho market, tnd certain 4S speakers proclaim this from every Sirar dtizcus are homo lay For Teller and Klnwera, 3G entcrptising stump. How else can they do Vlneirar undertaking to hnvt tho entire 1L A. & Ii. T- - TYLER MWOILL'S TZTTZSOINTMSIIT. IWiag rrtrly ftridud and readv ftr lmlnrn( c ropeol fully aoltdt t)e i jpIcs this except by military power! I'lCCmilMttM, .......,..,.,,,,..,,,,.... Tlroitat and a J of all. Ml nilllrcilcna made for ilrHaiinra fr f chlge. Appltittti Do tho people want this! This is Oranges and otherMMIHMmmMIKIIIMM 20 amount cashed at lome. already ATTORNEYS AT LAW, foreign fruity about good portion of then have paper running hrr or four luoiitha, diarounted at tbo C3T For Torui, an istio of more importance to TAXES 01 TltM TARLOR. rata of per mil been taken. Tho londs bear 0 1ICKMAX, - - - K&XTUCKV vr annum. Kcntucktans and to tho South Catet, if ma'le of dpJirseiii Ccwgill's Pleasant Wcrsi Syrnp .T5 per cent, interest, aid aro exempt II. I. attend lo all butlne-- cntruatvd than tariff taxation, or anything Cupel, if nuJe of (Jl from city tax. It is by far preferto their eire SATIS FA CT1 OS UUAllASri.Kl) OH S Fundiure else. Officr Furniture rclory. :nX"R.3SQT022.S Wall paper the mo.s i: v it ict usdi:i. "5 able for theso bonuN to bo carried Talk About laiiff.or prohibition, norS.'TS Window curtalua 4ft at home, both in tho interest of ns much as ou please, but tho. looking n. c ni.TZKit. J. m itrKu it. nuciixK. b the Proprietor For alc alcxanukr. CO the college and tlu town. They ua Republican threat to roorganlzo Uriuoieaid orknick J W ALKXANDl.lt. J W COWQII.L W C JOHNSON 35 nro issued iu eight series, tho in COMMISSIONER'S SALE w, COWGILL, DruggisI, ballot-boin the South, is of tho TiX O.VFAKM Wni)I0DK. tercst and $1,500 Ailing duo eich more importance to our people Men' cloibinr. of wool iirl. Uriiiurky 4S year. Hickman hys her bonds, FtilfMi rireiill lllcaroan. Ky. .$ than nil else. Woolen litiery and Ddcrhirt , Jacob K Vfaich, A.c 73 promptly, and will religiously &a Jew "If Cleveland is elected, Cotton honivrjr urul tindfrshlrta 45 fyullj. .2Aimt this topntallon. Persons I bo lowered." Woolen hat and cap 75 On I'ctuioot ex parte Pat, your wages will desiring to Jnvesenn sco Major til "If that is so, bo jabbers, The firmer' wife' black Uk cirri (Um virtue of ajuJfment And order of. VIRTUE of Ustemloii No !hWt Cowgitl. Murrell, or Mr. Jjhu ran the fulion BY thou you'll bo voting for him ; and lllO iM ... 10 nt, blcli Also, builders mid contractors, aale of Atuuat termCircuit Court, inJireJ ' Clerk a Offica of ibawFulionliutd from l be "0 lb thereof, 1?3", al the Citduit Cotiri, as ou're agin him, I don't believe IllankftH I IIMIiMIIHI GO desiring to bid on building tho alofe eaute, ahtll proeeei to otffr for lu faior of Jibn Wittinx aftlmt Jobn II. DEALERS IS it." G3 college lpaca drenea door In lllckrata, ltfbftwocd and Jaa Wlnlnit, I. or ant of can sco plans and specif- nlc nl the 0 The Chairman of the Democratic Anr other oolfn drete ications of samo at CowgilPs drug K .. lo the hlbeit tidJer. it public aue ' bit urpuuvf, win, on .Menu?, me em D11UU6, MKWCiytS, nOOKS, STATIONKKY, inl 8dioolPppllta. .. 4A State Committee of Indiana gives A pair of aciftor. See notice in this week's lion, on MoDJtjr, ike MH uy or uctober, J(J ut on.ter, lhSJ, b it een the boura 3D store. ni.:rt ... '"" . Mutual Life Insurance Company. iWjiim The Largest, Safest '!irj; and Itest Vice-Preniden- t, asjarM-vyi-a id -- HUB World ASSXTB 9110,000,000. !& I paid Policy $240,000,000. Dla-1- 0 1 H. A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. What to Buy? I llol'uw-war- c Farm for Salol 1 HIGEMAH BJlHK. lJy -- CAPITAL, 4 tare-dr- W a I x in, I pro-serv- o ShcrilP Sale .... . 11 1 Hmm pins wu..i ....,.-,- . v. ... t.M.i, ,. 1 J" .. ... ... ! a .! Court-ho- ..... dj. DRUGGISTS I Taney (lOODS.TUYS, and I'lCTUitKH M'KDHIKS, TAINTS 01 US, W T. T, Swayn, Ocy ' ,.43 COUIUUU. CO INKS and UQI'OIIS, or Medical u. (r a(h:nts vol! Tin; ftl Domestic Serving Machine. ap8 1W7J ft j iiirir . J ....... H15RTWECK. Kl ft BALTZEK & CO. Ari'ArirKKns op tub ckliuikatkii 5ea !" 1 I ..-. CO ?.,,.... ntliOpK. j Ae SALE! a w t? CO CO a ., ...... ....2' hinu HSCKMA1T ODMMISSIONER'S I'iiIUm t'lrnill Krfur! Uma Stuniton, IMif. ) Cnllj. Affalnat J V an I 8 C. Paukejr, Uefia J Hj firtue of a jiiUmeit ami orler of sale of ihe Fulton Circuit Court. reuJereJ at Ihe Auutt term thareof, I8SS, In ibe abofe ciur forlheautu of tbrce bundrf J dullara nl eight Cffil- -, and flrlij-iLri- a Icia $U 19. wbieb ii orleril to be crellt eI 90 aa JaJimtnl, nlth InltreM at Ihe rata of ' per cent per annum front the of Aucual, 18S9, until paid, and 23rl 10 efftr the caili haraln. I "ball J(Ar In !ll for tale it iba rnrt-bouman, Kj, to tbo highest bUJar, fttpnblU auetlen.sa MaaJay, the iiih dar of October, iksh alone o'oloek p. m , or Ibere- about, (McjCoantT Court ilay), uponsj credit ur i niouthi, die following deicrlb. e I property, towll ; A lot In the auburui of .KullCii. jf jr aiil balnea pari of the Carr tract cf laml, anj balnjc deaorlbetl ai followu lUglnnlnn at H, A. llurna1 S. I', corner on Lakeaireetextenilon, thence aoulh en wit alJe of aalil atreel eiten H 1'rlce'a norlheaat alon lOOffetitoJ oorncr, er 100 feel front running hack the auroe wii'h 100 feet "Id all the war to V IV Frtv'e tract, for tho purebaae rlee, the purehaier, "llh approtrd aecu-rllor ftojrltlef, muat cxecuU botiJ, bearing Inlereal from tbe day of ate unlll p'l, and haelnfc the force and judgment. lMrfdera will be elfeot of prapired to ciiurl promptly with tbeio Tbli bept, l'Jth, 1838. letina. WAGOIT, Works, . IN 1 SALE! jijickman garble UirKMAXt - I'i CLARK & MADDOX. - 1 Cirfi AT. ltn Crt J3. C. KAMAGE, PKALKR Italian MONU.MKNTa, and Amrhioan STOMIS, MAnni.i TOM II ANll OKAVK t Familv CITY HAKKKV, lj In etoek, a fine lot HAVIM1 ItalUn Marble, 1of pream pared lo fill all ordera. Call and ex amino rrfl mr ork. Ordera rar-- C from the country promptly Ailed. rod, BXTTOTTKI SHOP, IiIVKRY NTAKIiK, Tant And get your Dlackantlthlug Hcpalring done nt and general J. F. GRAT'S, ( Oorrur 0 there. Miss Willie Stono, tho little duuirh. of Uo Now tor of Hon. Win. J. Stone, Itepro-sentntivYork Herald asked tho clitor to Iu Congt ess from this give him tho political situation in DIstiict: a nutshell. Tho following is the ITo lli IMltor of the CotirirJournl.1 sensible and succinct replj : "Yes; K Ottawa, Kv , 0:t. I aend you $1V and wo don't need n cocoauut for tbe yellow feeer miffcrers nt Jacknon la n aroull rJm, but it wl'l bnlp shell either nn ordinary Albert tillc It to extent. am a and live shell will hcrvo our putpoio. The In romecountry InI Lyon lltllo girl the Now tho pcoplo of this country liavo a fix- HUlie! iielehborhooil W county, Cornier lake the ed habit of letting woll enough Journal, and when I aw (ho accounlaof tbe auilerinK In tho atrlckcu city I alone. G rover Cleveland has hn died publlu afluirs iu n way satis- determined to try to raiao aome money for them. I but little of my own, factory to tho business mon and lut I puthad all in andmoneycnntrlhullona It got tho workingmon of tho country. enough to make the mntunt I mid. TrustThey propose to allow him to do ing that It may afford some relief from the sumo thing four ycntB.rjioie. dletrrw and fullering, I Am, rea(ici fully, Wim.il Stone There, you hae tho whole story." A correspondent o 1 son whoit comer in Chicago lung, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE cd October deliveries up to jJl and buyers weio oagorly paying & $1.G0, Correspondingly the prlco KENTUCKY BTIIEKT of Hour has been steadily ndvan-cing- . Tho prodigious now aro KEEPS constantly on hand for hlr sale that tho best Hour will go to $10. HORSES, IIUOOIES and HACKS. Obion anil Eichangt Strettt,) Fakis Patikeij, , Total and coiU of ault. 001.11 II1CKMAN, Uootl Work KY atllock.hotlom Trlcea. a fptclaltr.-Xd- a My t.iP.-.'- i y motto. SAW MILL icood Baw Mill, nlth eoniplelo outfit. now In ft pooi I locution Can lo bought at lil tttTIIIM. UOIIK marSfl-t- f JOHN F.MtAY. fcr Having Tho marriage of Mr. Dudley and entiro outfit of W. II. rlummor Alullikin nnd Miss Lily Turner,, epopose to continue the builueie, and Hutu ui jiUuiBYuii', ib nnnonnccdi oncu patronagelor October Ifith. Tho Initio inn dntifslitcr of flon. Oscar Turner, ami is well known In this city. i'ndncnh Standard. - pnrebaaed the elable, honei ForSale A fc-- ! THAT FIGHT C. 1' Simmooa, Jit'Umcnt a reaaonauleprlro ani on reasonable terma. Credit AJilreM, for Information, J. J. C. UOXIJUIIANT, lf Ulokman, Ky. Int. to da of aale Milr Commtaiouer W. I1, TAYLOR, V C. C. 383 80 W. 4H9 33'J.dl 2 65 SO Family Groceries. D1ESTELB1UNK A WOStOW NMJItO, Messrs. Hailey, Tilglunan and Ferrell, of tho Tenn., On. & Mo. Railroad company, wero in Hickman yesteiday, for tho purpose of consummating a contract with tho Hickman & Tiptonvillo Lerco Co., for a cession of tho hitter' This company has sevoial agents cunvnasingt to securo land suhseiiptions, tight of way, cM and thev i eport thoLffbrk iinin iifiuiurr ni 4i Hiuuj; n.rtii .... .i uiu line. eucouragi"' rr.. St. LouiB,Oct.l. UnttioFlnck. tho ll).year.old ilAiightcr of Olms. COUNCIL PU0UHL3DIXGS. K. Flack, of tho St. LoiiIb Com. mission linn of Shinier & Flack, Hickman, Kv., Sept. 2H, 1888, Al a called meeting of the Council there who married a mulatto nnmod were present, Mayor Murrell, Cottnollmen Press Sams, tho hlroil man on her Cole, Urown, lltjckucr, Uertwcck and father's farm near Jacksonville, Sohm, III., is at home npiin She was The Mayor ataled the object of the meet brought to St. Louis nnd turned Ing to Lo to take inlo consideration Ihe over to her parents by Deputy quarantine regutatlona, W)iereuon, on motion of Councilman Sheriff McCoy, of Jacksonville, Cole, the quarantine agftlnit railroada nnd who fonnd her near Moscow, Ky, atemnUjata be, nnd the aame la hereby Sams iled to cscapo lynching, it ausjended, and Hie Inspector are nllercd transpires that tho negro was n from duty until further ordera married man when ho indnced On motion, Council udjournel. Miss Flack to wed him. The girl Attea, now bitterly icpents her folly. W.U MoCUTCHUX, U. C. H A. SlmmoniLUr Medicine, Kn'J 1840. In the U. S Couit narcATe J, ll.eflin.l'ropVA.q.&linmoiiiUv r UtiruIator,ltt'dbylcillniK6. M.A. S. L. M. hat lor 47 ycara cured iNDioaaTlorf. UiLiDLiNin, Tho Original Wins. prop bt. Iouli, COMniCllCJIATi TPZ HICKMAN, t cl o ArraTiTa, botfK htoMACn, Ktc, llev T If. Heama, Iaator3l. K. Church, Adamt.lenn., mitrn"! ininK 1 anuuia iuve Dccn ocau but lur yuur uenuine m. a. Kim rnona Liter Medicine. I haa WlBff?A aomrtlmea htd to vubttltuta vhim nun mi juur ieu cine, but It dou't answer the purpose Dr. J. It. Gravet. KJltor TAi fljffif, McmphifIcnn, aayat I rcelved a naeksire of vourI.I.i Medicine, and liava te let , 311 Total and about coils, aept'Jll apace to namo all artlclei, but uo gooda. Come and iee, nt the oorner of Troy aud Moncow Atenue. Kait Hlckroro, Ky NOtrouble to ibow iiroc't) KENTUCKY R. S. iMURltELL, m IJiEI rr ii v a" -- IT! ueJ halt of it. hettrr hirer ItrimlAtor and cer. tiluljr no inoro cl ZeiHn'a icutuia Ornmintr uihI the tratellufc public genWill practice In oil tbe Courts of the erally, Clean room, nlro heda, and aquaro rncala Kiiaranteeil lo all who atop with 11a. Tint Jtnlifialll9trict. fmnrlb of attenTraveling men will ttuil tbo tion at our houae. In nillltloni we carry a full line of PHYSICAN AND SURUEON FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, to which wo Invlle attention. Our pricea HICKMAN, KENTUCKY aro oe low aa the lowest. bli Profaealonnl Hervleei to oltlseniof JUekmaD and ilclnllv rpiuse iiousi:forhas kecently up L IU tho Accommodation -ATq;OItKHY-A- T (Omr 'imMr CuwID'a Iirug Htwr,) iiken VIC SI A 1 1 IAW, r, of III st K hM Witting ICwt IBM IIki llnwt. AHH(nilll)llt O L drTaI a., - faris IIT r; 1 GROCERIES To lut l'ound HICEMA1TI Ooode DOUGLASS BROSl'sV r v n him a v it i ACJt dc'Iviied to any port of the H j I mmmhmt. r. Mjaj253apa1aWigcii kWu-- " mmtz ges2&2&fi ww ,("?,"w id . 5r I... .. tM J i !) jfywjoiw imwtfwjmwwljlcjuiiMmUjfjwjMi " ' r inn in ! m ' ' . niMi'fTW iMTfMT i mil mi - - WAUIIIW. 1 T GO TO UL0CK8. I--I. B. A. BURLWGAMB she o ic m u. usr, ICY. i iit:MninuT:in rou IS fa WI3 AIlH JCOW HECEIVINCI M. MAXWELL'S rozsmraaTfsswsra J 3XTE3 BfflHl 757" H I IB ewbw rirm r tt ' ffliffiijwgl I WOtlld ri'Knnnt fullv nnnninmn to tho ladies of Illnkiiuin uml vl- nimy nmt 1 luivo just returned from Uincinnali, having purchased tho largest and finest stock of tllO ' aKOOERIES BUW'OME .' WaaoZl "3?"OTL. Yor . www wwi 'lyiiailllltlylJH MWWrtMWWW) "TWEbTXt .W 'V itl.l. tV Holt Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, fljusical Goods, jftvuLitr. M'KUTAUU feu O XT 2L (joods .3STD I2H B "irOTJR Wa& KKX Tit Y Z&i4ld il H 11 OLD llULIAIlLK FAMILY GROCERV, B(S 1? STOCK CASE'S. AMI HEAVY UOUDd; Millinery Goods over brought tb ACOMPUTh lliukuinii, oonsictiug, In part, of scy- ot siUtlK ALSO, A FULL : Better Qoods! Jusl Received and Opened al Ihe Lowest Priced House in Kill Hit ftullinell 4'04iit;ss. w fr -- I). announce Jtrlirc JAM. uaiinru iu ll III J, n Cnlllll'iai C'nngrpM. mitJtt to Itioaetluu of the IVmocrmlo pMijr "hi n; ui Tariff Off ,, ' - At Lastij -. .. LOCAL NEWS. OR GJAlt tvrtLt-- i House-keepin- crnts and Republicans of tlio sur ir rmimiii r rnimitr. flint in my fiii.v hud " Jill llin inxlff' I... !... I. ...I I is ,IUI,UI" ANiino ,1,ni''uK kuuub"jui "u nuriiM, iiiiiilow -- ynuMf runcuiouaiy r L JIAXWKM drfiirCA the Guukibu to Mnto to tlio Puiro. "t7i yvuor .ahno -- ., Hickman! J lirlrwiu !' A M my g Kflvcts, fcstf 11 :Wsssr- - z together with lease of my present Tlio Mnrlrm Kiillnt- - r',tmt.. "w WV"'MIII. residence. who nbjB hero Thuradnj, I'riiirtj im aiiiiiruny oi whs wcCki M unK. A .MJUMNGAME. doubtedly ono of thoKtroiiRutut-traction- s that ever visited Ihck. Court of Claim next Monday. tnau. T4o poplo heio Bliouid all tfo. Admission, L, 35 tind 50 M LIFUCHA XANIiiwomhwI CCItlS. ItCHfTl'I'll ftnufant Hu' i.,.n . ... - "Y. ulagant lino of lienta' Clothing, l vtm. uimngo or bill "". . nighty, tlio bust fitting, liwt made ami the The Mississippi HIver cheapest in Hickiunn. Call and "" torn-missio- n Clly Hull, Oof. 1, 5 ami . Fall and Winter STAPLE AND FANCY Tllh r to'!iAtc1i,lMllh. bifida and CI.n1rn..' WJtAI'S of all styles find quiliti on tht .Counters of tl.ia lioiine mmnly tmmtnte, uml chibmces, in eWant iro-in DRESS GOODS ami wi S. DIbI'LA I lillilroii'ii Mats, lloiiiieltf. Fcalh ii rs, 'jipa, jcinuons, &c. I would Ulreet Rpeelnl attention to tho ele35 gant li'iu of Hats and Hounets now on exhibition at my storo - Capote, . rt '6 .. Torpedo, Derby, Plush Pelt all ' Cr t new, and tho very latest styles. These goods wero selected In per.& IJKA v . v ilXl son, with gi eat care, and with uu oyo slnglo to the wanls of my many customers. To sec them is but to admire. An elegant lino of Children's School Hats. Don't buy until you uiivi" seen mom. Also, a lot of Ladles and y?j Kid Gloves, slightly Jtom. j:'tx&.a5 agod, nhiolil will sell regardless millfjKiroT TERM ntOtS-tJaU8T!20th, 1888, AND CONTINUES WAn Inspection of my atoclc will convinuo you that I have tho DtrcutloD. Hjffli?;MatWitintIent Hook Keeping and flic ScIchm most complete line of Millinery - latest NoVeltiP hi - ... niwl "ciivcrwl Free of Chnrse. hick.. 1 3 1 j&. nxr '".. School fclClinU Chit-dron'- s : DRY EOODSj SHOES, CLOTH L"t?; of Price. U frnmrr dlUUK OF CLOTHING 11 nnftt Youths and make-up, ji U J fit 1 HCO tllCUI. Saturday, tho I3th, 'nary election day, Is A Fresh Supply uhhd. " frO- -0 i 7 ber Goods and Gum Coats, and always keep the be&t brands. w2S J. AuuKuo'ii Sons. uc ui win mvKiciiie. m mui Kicdrlo HitlrmttYiHl LU life Mr L Wiltoxssn, of Mui nr , wm a iikd icuniouy, Jin A better selection of Oknts jHwttirely bvlieffg he would have died, Uisaiiy AIaui: had It not len for Klcctrlc Ultfcru GuoDaand 1liin(ririt rrnifdy will wanl till. Hoots, Hath, irure all MaUrlal niNdue, nml for well all iY(, iiiiiii nil have in inn ' iiimirii i.i vrr nun rtiaiiiFn i jiir.i..n Stock, HV mrai trinf teesavf that!".18!"1 oip'cI. Price Goo, m II, at '"S Wore. we will sell thce ryomln down nlJ-"- - JtOCK JIOTTOil P1UCKS, and Col. A. F. Eastwood, editor of Guarantee Siithfactfon. We are tho Tiptouvillo Headlight, Is at. headquarters for all kinds of Rub- tending tho Convention. Ho re- long weio greatly In iieed u?l,l "JU!r rcpiili89iiuit before that luuld' , louo:tnmrketndo be (ll)0 lj0 net0B8ary InJl To mMcI, wo call your attention, U ...n:, them at J. AMUKIKi'rt SuN. nrrniifnil. H.a ynnun.. t. .i.:..i. very low pri . ces, ami win not be uti Don't fail to sco Miss Fidler work ran ho done miIit bo Stono has now written to dermoid by any Iioihc. lit tho City Hall euch member of tho Commission Homo Commissioner's : nun to get In "mint; wiuir recomn-ond, nales at tho Monday, 'nllon to tho Secretary of War nt 1 o clock. that work begin ni once at Ihck- - We thank our friends for their liberal patronage in the imit, and """ ino reiucai or tho Coiluiis7 OVvV "',8-"hhall endttavor to merit a con"r?",,R0 ' "1'derslood to mean utilv UlrliuUfnrrrKrllMHlforjrarsfortlllm!0 tinuance this fcaon. rttrltlmofthnliiooj. InprerfonnofScrof. that tho Commission docliuc to a ,h"l!c"rM,,rt"'ul.IiU nmke.,...1direct A.. promise to that of. , .. SnraJuamo. lori:LuuitUm.Lainoinit! .1... iiu-m t iiiiii win iiegiiijast Call snd J.W.COWtJILL, Druggist. ftcc us boforo buving. Wi as soon as tho plant can be ar will mako it to your iutcrc&t. ranged. .Misses Mario ami Id left this week for i:prritii-nt- . school. Yon etmiot iHnril laki.f,,)!,,,.,. ... ' iwiurntiiijj Klicnuur luugi m lu din "L, 'm To "' - vmmi. i'o not If iwn BDf .i,.riIn Afl tTila, Uko .tj" Iaprjsl."'.'.'TaMcU. inipte TLr j arn a !rillT euro fur liMtMiui. In lion of imk)q j0 wuf, iama cbfp lr KincV Xw Diceoif.' for a dlgrallon. natulencr uml Coo0iion. tniutn.tion( Uught nj CoMi, t.i U VMAii I o guaraatr ilicta. IF 23 ud 60 ceau. J. W.COWUILL. Druggist. run male mnn lirofii .he may inl J' JIV- WCWSBilB ...... vi.it ihiiv I...1 hl K.iall. t.. CWKl. or In- ihei .Messrs btmller ...... wu..a.i. DomU dcivtd but iti r or hi. Louis, spent a fow davs In f',lln'rUr Kligi yCw bicovry, mtt piiariniM.! ,A -- .. ,riiti .. ain n ....,, ivHM !!. ii ii n A rail toad and ?uo& meeliii' the idty, thb Meek. linK'tMl CIivpI iirtlont Trial i,ftr was held in Tiptouvillo, Tuesday. lutU, It V fiwnMi ...... c. fi riit'liAIM liS are all highly llrt at J 8"""c- - r ,g of last week. Col. Tilghman, of iMiu.si. Henderson, and Mr. .Mitciioll. nr plotuwl with Ui'uianan9 display Dyer county, representing the of A7vllf lUtKSS GOODS and CREAT ATTRACTION! Tennessee S; Georgia Itnilrond TItlMMIXGS. They say they Company, wero present. Col. an just too elegant, and so cm:.r9 Tilghman stated that the object andall such beautiful shades. Don't of the meeting was to consider Liil to them buying. tho proposition of a ioveo and railroad from the high lauds of To every Democrat In Fulton Lako t'linnty to Hickman, Ky., &c. rounly : See that 3 ou vote lu tho primary election ou tho 13tli. Tho chnrmlng littlo souhfette, Speeches wero made by Messrs. Mitchell, Lowe, u;mon .Minn umi nit .. fr. ... ..v,. nu others. Some of Donaldson, and .. Are the laud owners WXxx, :K 1. ,ii'V" vMMiiHHii, iiitiuuiiii: luumiw present promised to subscribe f "tMHllll Oil tll Poothrr At iiaud. U la tho cmlr Z l"0l,t AnidHcnil niHkn)rliuad that will rrruor. All Mige, Mr, W. F. ICeinpshall, will and their lauds to seeurothu Ioveo railroad. ll wnWMtwOirfttri.nppenr lu some of tho latest !p uillTi On motion of Mr. Donaldson a Ad! of the day. . . ..v.Wvv committee was appointed to wmyr niiHuon s,N ir.l.l r.rt cents. v . LOW GILL, Druggist. with J. ltcservcd seats nt Swnvueft Co. COIlfer with tlintho company and mftrniiu In rnminl Mr. Olto Hertweck. accomto socuiini? tho ..rit?ht of wnv. &n. , ... ," ' panied by his daughter, Killn. left M A NMIIH l.fMfll flpllllllll I'Oiiowiiigis uio secretary's ro-- ( lUlnbriilrn Mimliv ! -lVi,ni.. Kunday last for at. Louis. tinrf nf ttin mnnllnrf- nd IUU1MI In g frttntil lli ..u .w.(ifAlly ,Clay l'o, Tci,ay "iLie itwl ,.w..w. tho Headlight: Mrelno IIIIIitm with inot hapjn 1U t retotttJ. That at a mil mail mtnnr WM i'ry iw ii .Mal. Vulurr V T ll v i'kti NOWIIBRBF rial rercr and Jaui.Jico, but wa rureil by held At Tiptanvllll, Tenn., tfept.'Ji. 1BS8. , Shnln uuu fit pi, unuj ui ulci ivu.ni !...- v ...n "v - onfj PnnAii ni.nA:AJ?L!!?r.nl,lllll,'cel. i ICO, New York, In answer to argument BOOTS, the nrl. of Capt. Stone urging tho ntcea ly of work at Hickman this , declined to order the com ING, mencement of work Immediately, on tlio grounds that the bout audi sea-son- In scsMou laHt week In It simply knocks lut all competition. magnitti le Hovh. fijas no equal as roof stock, or Low- - l3fi('t0 come and examine my goods "11U oniijMj ntji.uumpciiiiou. I leSDCCtfnllv invito min tint! nil of this section and at prices that 5MacilI"iBl'cnUprrjirlngyoungnienforbu iAyhle 1 m ndvanrc , ',T V; :; TiTiTif. 1... w.i.u...ri.,icip11Miin- - i,' ii iu ier mii i . 11....1I i vanceu i until..' it... '. pm ij oo convinced, !. '!.! ,,.,.. 33. I'U 4 00 ti - W. B. HUGHES, A. -- MRS, JENNIE JUDGE, epfis HATS, CAPS, ... iroemeni8 eil hi Mich Imimving nccii IjUir un - CLOAKS, &c.f ;... .ah-cd- t. . court-house- Hon. Frank P. HouiL the D0111. CA-H"Cocratic elector of the Uth Teiuies KENTTTCK"2', STAPLK DEPARTMENT is replete with I f fi sco District, who immortalized and JIAH J5urgiUH in Jeans, Flannels, Ihinfccys. Domes- - g RE covered himself all over with J.VItr.i:'X' L.IMJ OX" 51 tics, Table Linen, Yarns, &c. glory by his impassioned clontieuco and miwniiMiumiiH rpH. - " TfiT fA :fV ((IS Wh r in Sjisaeriuco lor ills party, lias prom friPIiilrf tn mlilrncu tin. 2 SOaiO 3 NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &c u lilckmtm i)innnritni flln 1i nnmn W Ijf night before the Presidential Well, I should smile l They always SHOES? hcadtpiarters for footwear. 1LE Our Club sliould send him M a invitation 9 That he tms over carried, nml at PHICES 4S LOW H as tho E, "TR F. J S WLL, r JJ I3 Dem-ocratl- o , . T T ' olec-Vtf;tio- gilt-edge- d M A w w M ' , . I'U Vnflr.r. - tf....tf....n4.... 10 WEST. Til I ?,'!urrl7ifn! Tt0 h'' - - ""Mu you may bo a stranger in "these pari," 1 wiU tell ld oitizens kuow without being told, as its reputation, describe! ns alinvn. U fnu-n.wl country topic. Stranger, these few lines relate to the uti--owell-known, AND THE NAME OF THIS HOUSE? Well, R popular, and low-pric- ed houc of The plans and apeetfi.ationsof the Iliclt. College can bu secu nl Coinc'dPa Drug More, anil all partio d2ring to ninke Ho does not fear tn cnmnaPA ..r;nn b Ji on the huiMlnjr will do no by tlioSMdi day r Oct 163 The Trustee reserve Stock I. complete In evor7b.jKrtn,ent. van mm examine urn goods before Uiu UC'it Ui Ti lect any nn, nM bi " J NO V COWOILL, Cli.iirniun Hoard Trusted. :n Clothing and Gents Underwear .:i. ' """' '" . .. buying elsewhere. Ooi. 3rd, lnt H. M. I MflXWEIfk, -- n r.o'DiMM, lasa. s'y. 1 ( m Who will be most happy to have you call and verify uuovo siuiomcm. low look Stem! Having ptirchal Mr. K. T. Gardner1 jcniiro Mock of Hooka, Stationery, Fancy iiimn. iq 1 win continue to keep on hand, at the old atuud, a complete line of SVUVUJi UOOKSt ' IHTC JJJJO. rmm m BAST EICSMAN W. BSORHIS -- - C0HPU1, Prop's, Zf Am Ellison. . ". - ) I Hi'S i . ,1 -- STATIONERY, 1 ?in jsu ;gy j i JL2sTID & SOH, JtANUFACTUltnKH OF s 'JSLAVOJ, "J '.iLMOJLS iT,S$IryM.I-I-C MAGAZtXES, At, . .... . f. F -w. .. .! iiiv lunrp oui in hiock will be projiipiiy up:n appJI, Cua. Cm no and sco me c21 J. CLINT LLMSON". CO0b2T iahiMr tacavlr JHLXUTj. and Boilert. au; rill 1 Agents for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes e Oct 4, S, Is. 1 CIT? HAL I, 111 5T WILL G1USD MBAL KVEttY SATUHDA Y. mm wm Wracan sL mnlmxzh a FURNITURE, J. DEALCUS S FURNITURE, S .if!i Zfj&'tiEg ; one-hal- liie people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich. Little hoys and girls are singing, little babies are smiling, and everybody is happy, all caused by the great TEPIIENS lTemriii wi & Mm TLEB, IX OPENING OF TEE . , MP EM T nA n--x. . m . Imam m uiert aker's Boois, iricioi-vw- . WH KENTUCKY, T iEr'CMlfOIIPMfl) Ftrit-Mblii- iiiiic-iTknI the loiiowinp t.rccfelins were held Ijt.T. II. H .' i. say,.C, ltr&i1rr.l U MtIHt chair, hud vi rikiaty & S-SSvvts in lt. I C. K. A. Kuudttu waa appoint vais, Siior, llradfonl flnl A V. HJtutcd a iailro.il fxeoutlTc, cumtnlllee for I.uke county urn am. "7U"itll a, S1S.OOO StocJs. flJ wads, eiothmff, Boots." Shoes, pipi 5 H IS I jMtf n-T r --2- w. , ,. . ARR OFFPllINfl nil pm.Im f pi..i teauced prices. Wo carry a full line, at all tlmoi, of JWCXMS, TAIiLKS, BUREAUS, WASUSTAXDS. W.XRDH0UE3. CUMBER SETS. MATTRESSES, SPRIXOS, J ft, Andtvepju.raTitff our prices to be (lie lowest OIto ua n trial anj U cuiivincca. fcfir He re eiJ quarters on VXVKRrAKEH'S QOODS, ami dlicount oil compo. tiiionln (his line. We carrv a Ui Hue uf Wooden and Metallic Uurlal Cases. ZCT Iieialrir aua Job Work a tpeclalty. TTTE JT .., . a,i aJfliorjr VMnch is offered to j. u. rlen. rhnlrmnn, J C Harris. tIco rhnlrman, nnj Amen anu Adjourned. a. i, jwiwoou, ecretft OLOTITINa. Uomo mid sco our Domestics at 'Would yon believe it, wo have a justiilcs.AH goodb guaranteed to bo exactly aa represented. 75 Suits worth $5.00 for $ LOO. 5t and you will want 1000 vArilii bhr lot of Tnwula. win. r...,,,. 50 Suttfi WOtlh A7.nn for M.Vfin borders, at 5 eonts onnh. H ffJ CTint nrico. Wo avo buIHui; cood Suits at S3.50. 10c Domestics at So por yard. lrflo whh any ThroAt or )o( AJVJXV v (innici A good suit for $3.50. Disease. Ifrouhavo V'1 ! IIEUI3 YOUAUIJ! nstructed Will Olieil lilt tlin flniiet & Cough or CoM, or tlio children ro w Hie lot S12.50 Suits for fi.ro. A big lot of Calico at 5e, worth Gc. thrcAteoed with Croupor Whooping Cough, acrieultural eountlcs in tho world. oru L.niai: a.mi u i:rfj.Si;i,i;cii;n 75 spring stylo 25 Suits for $20. S uso Acker's English ltrmcdynml provtnt -- (Union City AncliorJndopcutleut STOCK OF iu,u "u uaucoca uro tlio best in oiiuiiai SHOES! Fine Suits at big bargains. further treublo. It is a joaItiTo cnw tho market. Iu this lino wo offer big bargains: )o( And wo (piArAiiteo it, Trlco 10 and 60c )o( JIurkleii'N .Iriilru Ni e. 1 VNTS $L 25 Shoes for $1 00 LADIES, ATTENTION! J. V. COWOILL, Druggist. t Tiik Ilrsr,SLYK In tho world for Piila, ti 1 50 Lookt 200 pairs Pants at OOo por 1 25 UrulKC4, Nirea, Uleem, Good fancy bordered haudker. u ti pair, Hig bargain! Como quick! 2 00 1 50 Communion at tho Methodist Soli. IVtier, ChnppcJ rlt Kheuni Ier IIaikU, CldlhluiK, chiefs at all piices. a a 2 00 2 50 Willi U AUK NOW ON OITIl 4'OU.. Good Fauts at $1.00 per pair. ehurnli. Smiiliiv nt 11 a. m All vuiiDs .. " ' nam i.rupiion an.i you " Hod Spreads from 75o to $5.00. a u 2 50 Ii:ilM ItliSAIlY FOII fAl.i:, Pants worth $2.00 for $1.25. 3 00 lively cured Pile, or uo pay reipdrcJ It commuuleauts earnestly requested Lacosnnd Embroideiios iu'all vn- u a ti ii U guaranteed to alee rerfict AatUfartion. Ono lot Pants worth $2,50, $3.00, 5 00 to attend. (Comer of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) rietled at tho Now York Storo. or money reftiuded. Price t!5 cent icr $1.00 and $5.00; como got litem And so on. .w..Vw ponder UlVI't Now LaeoB, box. Fur atdo by J. W. fwgill, Q( for $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and $1.00. lUCSC 111' COR IiMV inlntitiu ..,..1 nnnnM, New Kinbroiderios, Ifl warranted, la lcauso It Is tlio best Now DrcHs Goods, 8C 0,lr clogimt'stock of cmi'vl!0 nil,0UUt f U'"oy you Co,no CAN YOU SMILK! Wood Preparation hnown. It will jNow Dross Trimmings, protty Pattcn.H, nt low HKrcB. Good 10 dozen Mon's Hats at 25o each. Uov.5 Onol OI euro all Wood DUcnsrn, purlHca tho Now Dresfl Stylos Prints, bi, i 1 v """i " olluw U1 " uiir fitou; nt lints nml Cima wn JU?15??.?V55 wJh w STOCK, out ami out. Hue, iijlhb IUCJS lor hire uhofoiiyateuifand thoroughly builds up tho Tlicao uro good Hats, and to got CfOOD NEwFrOR ALL!! uw iress otyies uuigliniiis, ratroiiAResoUclted. constitution. Koiuember, uo cuarautuo It. unujuu win navoio como quick. jon-w- ith nstoiilBliiiicnt. A hi lot v .LV.COVGILLt DniKlflt. AM A KIM) INVITATION TIIVTJ iev t rape, Now Jackets, IllliV XUA Al.l. AT Now Woolen Hosiery, Johnnlo Witting and Jodlo So, I oct30-i- y yon Soliui, wliu liavo boon flooiMlin a Mrs. Now Cotton Iloa'iorv, Jones' Millinsry J&mr, .'., v rs..4.,.. UUUUS, nouplo of weeks In St. Louis, mo H'W OUllUU is ow oxpoutod homo conami oxatnino tho mrcoand olpciint P tl., wip 11 Ktva !.. Vnw Garnets. i--J imiu 11 JCciuouiber tho primnry inuo jofc ruuuivou from save Now Oil Cloth, New York, Also, an ondless at tho regular voting place in Now Towels, of Novelties m Kibuons, your product on Oct. lath. This Now Napkins, llinls. WillfJS llllll Vnu primary oiouis orueieais atono. Now Tablo Linen, MMAPjl will find In Iior storo ovorytliing 1 kept in tho MNIinory lino. Also, Now Silks and Satins, . i;am:i: Now Custoin!tfnria Shnns. uiu iiiiu 01 lioous lor Fanoy Bff IMglit or Toil Acre o( good Lnnd, .r.. ...;.,. lllilDMr pin i m'mn I tin si orK 01 nil KiiuiB. E very thing nnd tho latest stylo NOVELTIES, niiir ltiited In tlio corporate llruiu of Jllck has boon dono to scour fine .iisiJiuiiViis, forhorl at tho YKUY LOWEST P08 man a part of tlio 11. A Tjrlcr trad. oufltomora tho most choice ami SIllfiB PRIOR 1 Quito a largo crowd of people from town went out to witness the baptising nt King's poud last Bun tluy nviudug, Missouri, Tonncsseo & Georgia.! This road will run from ITmr.hnU to Dyorsburg, thence duo vreM to rTini.ATf l ...i ..nt pcui'iruic ii iii win ictzneu mooiib tapping i,aKO cotuw at tSaudy JTfird, and will run tho centre of Lako county to Hick man, Ky, This road when co- ports Iako county on a big boom over the prospect of xrettln' tho the people at really their own prices. Good- bye high prices! THE NEW YORK STORE has come to stay, and Hickman will soon be on a BIG J300M ' DRjELX.A, r h Has a splendid slock of which nifrnfwr! -. WK I IX V I T Ii 'rji 3EtSj.X BRBVARrt rrr iesa ip ru y fww; v :way'ji t... i. t ? 2 3S.ES Jk.13 2 SLE3 A.I3 OyKPRTr.f? tho very best makes of all kinds of Ilaidwiutl un.1 M...I M... ! thrn i Call -- See'; ROMPING A SPECIALTY' i GOODS, Pall and Winter -- )rug-gl- t- 11 poI-tlve- lr Nows for uin,,..,,,,. ' "' HICKMAN, , KENTUCKY, kind reader, alter rnf ,. i:. -- to-da- ,niflf oleo-tio- u y have carefully read this advertisement, which given to you in good faith, we ask you to sider awhile, and if you want to money. BKraMAN & BOMAR. T For galoI 11. I 11 !&'''m i.r, OOBES TO -.-, "2?3ES:E5 - Apply to I oct5 F, O'DANIEL. Marion Fidler afclty Hall Uouuro your tiout oarly, ' None can fall to ho pleased. Patronacro solicltoii n.wl uniurin. tiou guarantoed. Bc:l ftnlont linn nf rrnmlo In tl. ..., 1 1 .1. ( III ll )ifl lu GOLDSTEEN" ji are maxwell's, WMMbfc S3!;ibaEdk. s?'2p v 3i . E "XTlA BLE? CIAS. A. MOLOOA1BE, i- EpoTi) J II ll 0 Ll 0 AH 11 AT Q IV A. West doou to n. :: ao as? GOLDFAR c -- lAiivrs ii iirHi'ra, -- a su niCSSIAST, Xtt 3S JMC LJ IttT, XrS: "XT 2ENTU0KT.aruinBqiTIOIVS) CAUKFUUA-- CO.Ml'OUXDKO. f N -r- .v-s i iiM ' r ;t I . V -- w .l33f I r THE VOTE IN MAINE. giro tho foreign laborer no Imlnocmerf hU fortune, undor th? hpltftUty of DUSINESS DREVITIE3. Letter from tho Ixhi Caiuns can hardly Chau FIFTIETH C0N0KKS& rv Troa Titwart1nrs of Whnt Mr. Plain to como. Tills admission atono oiigtf which Mr. Itinino took Muqua County, New York. CI ro wins; fttrotifrer bo considered hamtsomo k lirmnnrt Which Is workingTus Alualre aalmon iMtck wilt exceed A00, to bo fatal to his canvass for the Prc gnnling tho condition ofi;afttjli CatU'l "Almost is ltevnliitlnn' from liny to IMy. or elegant, but they wcro Irst Helnn. 000 cnscM this year. NATYnxK, 7k Y, Dec 1, IMS, -men S complete returns from Alalno Money. WAiUKUTOf, Sept nnd witgdo. - ffnttsjicld lit habitation for tho "I confess I can not wholly ftymp Omiaarecmploicdaa shingle packers In 1 urn tflad to say, from a long irsonat Ho known ho wants Chlneso lmmU conference retorts wern rrrsentett nnd agreed the milla nt Iluy City, Mich. nro now at hand, nnd nn nnnlyflln of rugged ploncorrtof AmerI - thlto with tli in ilcmnnd for cheaper (Mass.) Republican. with Axxcock'a Cohous Vlam hms, A rmelution rdlinir nn tho rrriiiletit for t F. - ... ica. Our nncottoi m ore them will thov bow much ground grntion. nnd ho dona not deny it. Tub cltrua of Southern Culirurnhs Ihn tUm able to endorse nil tho good things . rait." Kild Benjamin ilarrlfon in one t a Mltlonal informstfon on the nctlon of tbn of rugged frpeclmeni DOWN ON MAI Prison. a AiilplMHl thl your 3,530 thoro was for Mr. lllalno's claim that necessary recantation on this subject of o run Res. thnt ire ever boon said about thorn, and To piiUlntot of Iris public Hpcvho. se (loiernmctit on their recent tmtly was of nmnhood, com tioblo taken tho characteristic form of equivo- ti red, on which nn rxi'cutlvn session n or Wisconiis parties have commenced the suit:- uont these by suylng that I frankly lack of hympathy with n demand Independent IrUhmen V fl.0 iwpporteil thorcMilt was "almost a political this raialngof bulla lot a for tho auko of their belloo thctr value can not bo estimated. plete in health, strength und endurred. At ji. tn lh itKr rrened, and Mr. Tho objections to Chinese Wo givo tho figures Bldo by cation, Jllnlaio In tHMt 2 nntiirnl to oory man in Ms common Their wholesome remedloi hliloa. Thoir breadth of usefulness Is unlimited, ance. Morgan spoke at lennlhon tho Hlicrmah Canalntor- - sldo with thoso of tho September elec- nro now po generally accepted and disTho now whlcJi excit unt hmisoi, no matter what Ills politic, dian rcolulion. A Joint resolution was rrjwrt-A "uoiiTAOB in tho aalmon crop Is reported nndf f prompt nnd sure relief to almost aro 't.pnNliiccd to this later age, in tinctively conclusive" that if Gene rat .iiArtoro in tion in IHSIt the llopuhlicnn cominlttoo tins lloodod ot nt Democratic h and acrecsl tn extending appropriations un front tho rod tie coast, as Was to bo ox even ache and pain that flash Is heir to, Wurnuri log Cabin Sarsaparillu and w. Oovrnwotu rm o- iior rwrnesly, in my opinion, clthor Mr hhcrnian'a resolution was . ttlOctoler UX isn i (JovKn5on, pocWd Indiana wtthcnnU on which is printed New York was tho action ol about ono iturtaigfa (Hep.).. m,64l!Koble (Hen.).. .. T8,9l llnrrlson were elected he would Wnrner'a ,Tlppocanoo-or Internal, cpmls them In cortntuty nferrodto the CnmmUles onnrlcti Itcla onto tho law. ho were i I'uinamdiem.).. oi 101 iteuman uiem.), thousand Tun ItnporU of coeonnuts for tho first six f ho following: 1 lui e usrnt thorn nt ono timo S.971 Kust s I Pro. I. Ho knows too many pensions hava lionv Oco tiunttrrtl and fourteen pruate pen months of tho ear amounted to V,57l( and Niddlty. rro'ectonMIs tho cellars, put book t In tho ardent supporters of Afr Biaino In ! Si; mm on s lrilU were puseil. tmhidihi th.it for the for rttoumatlstn. nnothor for backache, iLa'j.) err Katon (Gr'bacU). Jilrsrr, nnvl prat Mm aphys'clun for the i ckot 1881, but who lmvo now co out boon granted fcy Cougrcsst and that slon of (lencrtl HhcrUHn Mow a iiunibrrot bills 4Wnuts. ntrnlti for bronchitis, always with tho same iho f.imilr, on l home of your own. A MAsAciit'srTTs Quarrying comnany ln Total followTotal HUU7 d lRMli -- a speedy cura. f minor Imptirtwnci sr veterans y aro cie pasnl, and Ht ft l llwara of Crawl, sim it name an1 tna j nc shtNa The machinist to jret a cheaper coat mutt Cleveland nnd Thurmanl Tio Kepubtlrnn plurality In KM , l lainitM.I nn Ihit It, tit ni u fall rorelviM a contract for suppltng CO0 rosu.l ailrarll humiliated in seeing equal payment hc8enst adjoumcil. U T. Hahuinotox, rime the coatraaker. Tho farmer to pet ing resolutions adopted fcy them and Kepubltcan plurality In iw 1MW laliiilsavua;lli lwttorjr, wJiKrirtjtlllnrar- hemlstones for tho NuUoual cumotcrles. lfoUAR. A Mat renlullnn wd ),1M mado to nonniombatnnU. clonpr allocs must stana tho shocmskcr. tent to Democratlo htiafafeirters by Hepublican loss on plurality ftAl Ho will not eptinff tho Invitation of tho lin)crlal tlerman Tun manufacture of burial shoes, wtloh rroaara SV. Im PniilrttIHH'irrnnntHTiiF, W1 ltepubllcan Increase on total vote ot 1kh "Work oil clasics, stand together and A itsma ami I'rira tho prcldcnt,Kdwnrd J. MA. explain Democratlo Increase on total vote of KSI. 2,017 stop "to discuss particular proposl Government to Income n party to lhr Interna iooa is now n branch ot tbo footgear Industry whenMAr aoiuetlmes Apollo-y- for nn Apollo it mf he !a Hifiii withouthi nif iWu as aftsuJ. yae for tho paaty of protection. iSiiii-un tti Iwttuni, Mil ni liea only au for ono. tonal Orotic He AotMlion tho cnusos of their chanfPviews: Thcso tlguros toll tho story so plain- tlons." Ato a nnt reno of Chicago, iiromlscs to become a lively As n tnnltar of fact under tho pro iiI0tyi, bellertng ly that it Is scarcely necessary to comRftotrttt. Ho knows ho can not do any better utlon to fix the Mexuan boundary ma A'o business. rnt system of triple tnxe on clothing, that the full That as Protection CsxirtmviA protltictlon of dried fruit Inmeaiuro of rel protection to tho ment upon thorn. Tho reador will with tho civil service than Clovelaud a bill toreilnts the rourso at lliu Natal Acad rieaaant Juurnrys, tho mnchlnlst's coat Is made under tho working-mertny, with an amendment flung ihs minimum creased from 5,0711,010 pound la 14S3 toSO, the greatest frooJ to all tho pMssnt Journeys can Always bo had via eenrch them In vnin for any evidence 1ms done, nnd makes no promiso, ex- arc at sixteen Instead of fourteen years, 8ev (XlMsx) jKiumift in 1W7. lower Icncrnont contract system in Now Vork peoplo can be test secured, uir tho Wisconsin Central l.lno. Tho employes tills were la.el, and at ) revolution," or for cept to "advance tho reform." IU ral unliiiport-iuCity by poor women who Imvo to work and more equal system of cmten fcJ" taxa- of Mr. Maine's are urteous and obllglngt tho sleeping MitMriiis (4 tho greatest inland cotton tion, do most heartily Indorsetht -- of larlfl any evidence of und tiling car mid day coaches are ieera hi other assertion "knows tho practical dlfflcultlcV' and ihe Houte atljtiurnett TO Jiard to tmiko twenty-fivmarket tn th world, roHlYtna! f tV!!lJt 'V' BasassBSr cents a day. re'erm contained In tho Mills pdi or a in tno northwest, 't no leaving tinurs U'amiihiitiin S pt tr Cnn to Louyvo boles Sr4tr AiTm, rr This Is perhaps his only liter, from lha ('oiuiiiille' on N Tho contractor arc foreign Shylocke, fi. Thiil trusts and munoooBcs Hterrd ami that "many Democrat IuhpmI agnlnst says ntt'i uciptl terminal iInts uro convenient trtl TnciiR are oiX,(Xl retail totavo-tloam lu und tho depots, aro cvutrally located. Al rnciuraged by unut Stato and NWiooal laws, tho Mills bill." If there wcro such really ablo and Btntesmanllko deliver-nncn rnd they cut tho pound of flesh irtfsl the bill aulhorlxlnc; the Irru1ent to top tnltO ;tl Iribule riilttp tho United Htatos und WX),ooo glvos thorn with an unsparing lnifutnic unequal tari0axea Jctirntrolled by conversions, thcro must have boon a 10 iuounum.mm. un at Hear Admlml to and to ested in tho manufacture ofworkcM inter rth 'tier It is tho most riosirahlo routo In to the consumers of the protf f direction between Chicago, MilwauAmokitK una to Im dated January t 1V7, fcnifo. Tlicso remarks, tho Herald believes, V J oh kee, St Paul, Mlnuoaills, Ashland und Within tho Inst year Now them, hnro our most emphatic ccaVmoatlor., largo Kopuhllcan defection to offset .huvlug tobaui. the same to ht widow. Duluta. Titr it iib convincku. them. Instead of being "stampeded" travcro Uio wholo letter. Tho candl deliver approving the srtiieinenl of A Mil wa Vork pnpors have tilled pnjjo nftcr and we demand that sncnlawiitisi t so Tiik demand for ribbon U bow J gient passed the ImmidO ns to e cry, tho Dcmocrati dato mental reservation Is tho salient ary line between Cimneclicut and tthode that ono Htato nlono, Now Jeny, tstm out page with descriptions of tho squalor lmpolblc make such In'QulUkis nmtlnatlons by tho t A I ftV075,0X))anUA yeur. Tills Is ltrUW0 Uml MtnitMoa eertltlrato properly comes Island. Mr (leorpe of Miltfppl, addrsieit 8. That tho retaliation metsre nnd misery of tho unfortunate victims Tres'dent r tho head nf noose pa;or, does It tbe Senate on Mr Hoars bill "to provide for feet, or not qulto 3731 miles, Cleveland to Cunprcss prored a statesman not' lifii'.nmfuri tlrpHlJtCAiH, of rcndy-innd- o clothing contractor Mr inquests tinder National authority of the highest order; an AmeJlcacapaMo of MR. HARRISON'S DANGEROUS TRIP. It Is cstlmatctt Umt there are WW flor whoKO wages in Now York aro lower sustaining hla country .asssaW Daniels followed on the President's tar it! Ists In tho United Kuttea, with luVAcrcn honfif unj emerI iki Oil Upon Troubled Waters isllnlo's support than wngo-- for tho snrao work in lon-Uo- n gency, and deserving the respect lVfcl AM 15 p m. the Senate adjourned incssAite. entirely covered with glass, in tho ahieof IIoi yot JIorchoHtuI ood Tnr tiiwn a cold of overy patriotic cltUen of thoirrpsMlo. , Itoi'MC The rouleretic rrpotl on the sundevntwl to flowers, or Paris. Cik sToothaiho Drops Cure in onominute -This much of ust'ce wo all.t more cheer4AaffaaBBmBBSasasasaV(BBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBw9U dry civil servic appropriation Mil was laid The HHplo of tho CuiUi KUtoa areutmg The who Is a journey fully accord tho I n' e&6 or our nteronndav A bill was (tAiMst furfpttlnff h AIUiUhi! itvt f!1 fiwm irWl,CVi bttrvts uf wlio Is nltrnys Tna Is net -onnn tailor, receives no protection" steadfast opposition to bis Pavwa in lSft in S'orlh l'arinc landirrant fortelturcs 1hn Ken MMW- . has locu n steady IncnMo nrceiarlly funny- .- UaMtijfou Litit&Mlt, ami vnnun; a J intjtmm hntcvGrfexccpt from hla union. Ho the belief that hisopponentK&e campaign te amendments lo the icetieral deficient' r bill ot poundsthere woum ir.ore earnestly tvftt'io national tor capita for the last Uccoilo. works lnrpoly in foreign goods nnd his honor tUat lias now ben iMendldly vindiYouk, Ca., Is sUM t5 havo the Knutca Tlton wk reiwnteil baea, aprrDpriAtlnt Itfiumi A m Ti S 3KaBSssia . m i xrt . best returns aro In suit mndo from cated and maintained by Us Irca'dent him- works In tha Umlrsl Hi ate. Hli lor Ihw relief of the ellow finer sufferers. Tb FOR elf. hundred womeit ami girls in a ice carpet rags, foreign goods. Tho triple tax on good - nsln amnmlinents to the grtfril deflcieiicy CENYLfcMKM. 4. That Allon G. Thurmss,th(i Democratlo nnd thcro nro 100 weavers and stwlcrs. a proprmltun bill were non eiihcurred In artU woolens, homo-mnd- o TKarmlrralf SISl'.VMI.riHUW.mth In s dent, who, after a lifeor Imported, candidate for Ma, MIT.tlKS.f U.tA'l II ISC t Mohk thaa 3,UO,0Ui,000 rigarvttis vrerJ t nfeii'nce was onleird Mr lbokr iMi I makes them so high that tho jimchln time deiotrd to the unselfith service of his PnESM, 8TMONO EVIPENCC. vr , - IMVl il Assil mho I:. ttKMnini(.l r leil up ami the llou.e pssscit tht lull to do sold In tho United Mtata during tnn without State and couutry. stands 1st can rnroly afford a suit of clothes ontjr hmi mm H(Hbtw. K4uaJsctuM'n.aa 1SS7. Tho cuUro business Is In tho hands ot nrfv.r ti, mi r font pi.IrrtM nais ann ami rquipimnts tn Oirgtm for the reproach, the peer of the purest and blsmeor Ih n r tln fr m W I to tV aaS i U In which tho cloth is good enough to greatest, is well worthy of ny honor that a lit iisuf the mi ilia of that Stato. The Mouse leas thaa half ndozcu linns, whocxioct this sv. iM ixirii.AH Hii.ao ioi.ici:niifir ftrtSatMlS OllkaS ht aatr4Sft J UmWsitusna. upon him. r n m Itaimift'l SUn a t then, at '& adjourtied. i arrmr all ac year to Increase their pretluct. Justify having It mado by tho journey patrUc people can confer mi as wa f i0 hulKMur & That tcllcvlng those ttisKt, tndorslnff the WArtiUMj-rKare- (um IU ,kUtt is tin. fttMM ititavi laata II ittMC,Aos,)l(t:Uanirrltrl Spt ST vr SkaOa WTsrttiio has WuKht up nil Ax Kulih syndk-utman tailor. If tho Journeyman plilform adopted by the Ptmocralle conven tt U la sS I I IMll'lil, iT"r nt ftMifetrwe was onleml en tl tho tin deposit ad fur dl)vorcHt In W MtIM I MNM tf . ffWk Mi i fur tirif tff, i iu ih I'lw tailor's wages for making n coat ll:n at SL Louis, and wita full faith tn the aa ll uf amendninis In the Scnnte resolution w, i mit'sii.Lfsair s a.t uiiiiki.VK- 4mU OU,lMISm Sti Sa Mrt f la. Tho KugUb know pint nrprvclato nfcillty. lnt'ffrliy and patrlodra of the DemoWIU.1AM ifaail: M M MllOi; l in nro $10, $15 or $20, tho machinist, iMtkinj; an apprnprUtion for th telNiw fever tho vuliuof tin In tho murkct. Tlirlr tin luS a nn a cratic cand date for Present, wo as Inde.Mi" V itiht ral I III Ir 111. I" uT lets. A rrsulutMMi tn prrvrnt the nuprlJ rtatM MUS Maf It till. rrmannU who must pay three tariff taxes on pendent ctt zenm fieo from r"Uan prejulioe, 'JUOi; Mill l(VNlt tames havo supnllfd tho orld for many W 'It M Vita MlM ASt ula HI "' tif contagHum er tn'i turns dlrases went fufi lhff'ilKb inia good wcolcns, ' can not afford them, rlodfre to those cand dstei our most ardent ai4 f Uh S.S. m CW4 Sr SV lM IA TOtTlt'N IMMtil.S" Ml II otr until Motiday Mr. Hlieinisri I titmiIhUoh centuries art tvn shoo-pSit htMt atln t r i n imiil support in this catnpamn. Utlll JMM VUM4UrlMljMm, M a tSta ca to tt fl ti u un rrtt at lnt frtrtorles In tho ...,.., luiPiiuuuj viui.ii tu ttni ttni4li ttat Tnritr cnais, ftfssiiL. ,rf.ii. uuh nunuiuitN', lit then riJ ariMi i lilt rr an inquiry as In the tvlatNwts wren thn UtiltM Htatcs, employing about ,.M(.r, It. A I I'lK'to 'H hands, If iHrl IuHi4I Sttt L ' tt. ARlTblAUaM. AT rSV9atSta Ing up nt tailors' niton, tho tailor loson dentiaicand dates can not la ihe short period t'n'ted Hlale, Clrvat llnlalH ami (naiU r r.K" having a oaprial of f 175,11 U Until recently TNI CHARLCS A.V0GCLER C0.,8smsr,SlA. ilaied on thr calanUr. T kstudry mil Ms wages on overy coat tho triple tax of our pouical caraj a po, nd for partisan W. L. DOUGLAS, UrocMon, Moss, ahoocgs cn lmiortc4 from Kngland. bill and CMflrVrwnew rrpnrl tite ,u eflret alone, atone tor the rented utterances i i i We now extort to thut as well as almost awip J uiu iHiiuiniiini iiuiii i -wiiiui;. nf n1am!n ho.LW to and bHllHn rertl In Cfmtnller s renlatlfwi tnran invrtti 1 A cry working tailor knows that ho all other Kuropeaa countries lu UrRo quan or Jrtsn birth, which Amcr can wo r latino of the Ust IxwUiftna e4eetWHi w ion FOR DYSPEPSIA. are the result of tfredlty and legitititles. must roly for his work and his wage utterances a so all lderrd. ami a tlvrty pt4ilfrl drMIe CASwet! 4 rcii ms eras roa mate hs descent Irom SwaittS TrSM Artts TSMftau on special classes; overy sensiblo tailor cestrymanifestation of feichlp and an an- The Unfortnnst Ilepubllcan Ctsndhtatr, In Ills Omit Attempt to KM the. WIl Asi At a si p m Uih Sen4ie aJjourSHrU smltt Mim MEN OF MONEY. of Cromwellis-- i aatoc'a of thr Desert. wO t4 Tv t fynw 9t'urrM ir&r r U trVI M Mill know, If ho thinks about It, that tion of which he And his follower bo a it. We V ifrradv m aarl, (.ra g t KvOovruNo Auian, of Michigan, stud-irllntF. Tbe Hmie adopt! Ike rnnfrenee tho higher tho prices of tho cloth tho denounce that candidate aaJ those utterances tri kiil tm rfrrtH rf 35 C (KWifl IP m erport hi the s un.tr y civil apftoinalkH Mil taw whtlo working ou a farm nt flvo dot from the narrowest bijrotrjsnd prejudice, and held In the iimskferatHw twormnf BHMir Mr IthMiiil lurs a tuosith. fewer tho peoplo who can afford to em- call on those who caerlsa s literal American havo moro than held their own. They feature. What Gcner. Harrison TMlCHIKtCI AV0GClCIIC3.lin:firs.sll up i.(nl ptiivntMse tor a (t tal ploy him to mnko it into coats. have Increased their total vote of four back has becomo most conspicuous It itla 14 spirit to assist In h s ovcrwBtlnilnK defeat, Ciacs SrsiK'Krjii Is reported U havo s w at a made recently the sung sum of fJ,(U0u) on Tho taxes that mako cloth higher years ago by moro than 3 per cent., may bo fairly said thf t tho nuUir dhv snlary or I I'M), of llnitany JtfaSl an A RELIGIOUS REVOLT. whilo tho Republicans havo Increased prizing his chance of election, hai at u SMltrv uf Mini, iUmH HuiwtrthtenilenL raw suevr. thus prevent tho machinist from getCbMif Clrtk lit hr rm worth U,usi,roa Wii.i.um Wkioiitmam ting good coats. Whatever held fast to his rijht to say hi daily flored at Vuhinfliwi, ial a ttary uf fr Ml aat A Itepublirnn .MlnUtrr rf Orrat Influence theirs less than 1 per cont lie has mado most of thoqulnlno for Irw ' s viuiiy rtiief rim hs rKrwHerc a Htiy lr tn e Thny proWnt tho tailor from making Comrs Out fur Cleveland. this may bo ovldenco of. It Ih not a prayer. AmeHeaus ftry. at a a arv of tl it MKh Vh4i mItcv. John WIImid, pastor of tho sign that the Democratic party is Yet General HnrrKm'a conscience Is good coats for tho machinist. MsittnN lKSrit'tMMi, wfio ranks well up Hon thr hour etpitfsl ami the llMie atMHrnet VK- s1 llicy force tho clothing trado Into First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, weaker than it was boforo tho tariff-refor- a poor sort of cons donee, after sll. roil of r WuniMiiK Sept. hrssti, -.- Nut ia tn the farmer ltosun mittionairc, ' Chicago HertxUU of the most popular dlvlnefl in tencment-hous- o Uiy. issuo was raised. contract- ono tho hands of rsltn Hoi k ronfereneo was nnlrr' ors who, manufacturing shoddy goods Ohio, nnd hitherto a strong adher tho Tho significance of this result Is A POINTED INTERVIEW. hint reiMttutton In ani nf IhsuHiteis frrtm would bo compelled to pay shoddy ent of tho Kepubllcan party, has an very great when wo consider tho pe IIiwsm fevrr It wanrdirrl tkal wbvii tl prices for labor in any event, but who nounced his purpose to vote for Clovo-lanLop; Cabin Success. culiar advantages which Mnlno pre- The Iborlnjf-?1- a nl the sdjotini tn day It m to meet oti MiHsy swilt While In Pittsburgh ho said to sented as a field for Kepubllcan gains JUcas Troteetlon. are greedy enough and Inhuman enough Mr 11 e (Minn I Ihe rrwt nf the HE PAYS THE FREIGHT" U'hat aits lb ytxjn wen I g ani" You aro n pretty speviftl nHi'tmlleo wtisrh lus tHveUirted of this year. On tho fishery Issue nnd to starve tho mlscrablo women who a representative of tho Daily Scales of oil Suet. 5 Ton Wsgoa Si !a lUbert (Urrvtt a father left him ft fort-n- e - titaMveHier, of to rkarcs a4tamt ltrjwfeiUliithat city: work In their foul tenements. tho question of free lumber alone, thcro mal," remarked tho hnborlng-Mn- n of ttrtstr rsittrtt. Itcivat fnii ihiwl srh Stun Tan Scam art? Beam &ert llojz- - "If you got New York, ia cormeelicwi with the new Iitmrr Tbe thing that la cans si me most concern was reason for thinking that inroads the Kazor-Hacke- d fckO tiered la Istiury ; ho n wived n sjitea Mnko good cloth cheaper and moro SCO 1 h report was Imudinj wnnlntand did s4ueaUon with an chv(js1 outsitleot mr cturch l ttf flcct'onof G rarer training In us peoplo can nnord to wear it; moro I Cleveland. I tic ec rely hpe he will be contln- - I might be mado upon tho Democratic much thinner, they could out hay with Uidover Mr IMntv M'M fnm ttw JONES OF 13INCHAMTON, a llmroufh Vrwwletlu or railroad mmnafro-moa- t you." n Menbant Ma it coats will bo made by tho tailors; los uru ii me uccupuni oi ice ttmie itouso, nnu strength. Mr. Hlalnoovidently thought and iilrlQimMTON, H V. asxl was pretty well iat:fle0 that be will be. I so, for ho made thoso quostions very " It is true that I am thin," frankly reiortr.l lMl Ui rrnlntMHi oaltwijr on tfce as u rksllruu! Qxpocuxl to sucotl his father tencment-hou- o shoddy will bo forced I am my km; sense confidence and tilXh In the TrA.attffy tiheiber Th iiuvi;Houxnnis on tho market; hundred who can not bse good Judgment of thethlnklnx Rood prominent In hN speeches nil of which ndmltted tho Hog; "but what can you Rrtiretarr of ylie Priwrtmrwttn aiale mfcrma Wrihin lureoyiurs after tho resiMnslbHl-Ustand people. I tlio Trt Ua Issue I March and Ocpt., Uliti ermanrntlrcttretl The farmer who owns me tnn rtf ani tltatioa of Um navigation do not see bow they will mike tbe mistake of were confined almost entirely to thorn expect? now nlTord a decent suit of rcady-mnd- o which his father's drnth threw uj-- n any irstli yeax v It la an oney prwnotmcw by doctors 1ho--a- . ofr. putting In power the party if blab, protection. and to th dangnnnf troo tnub. him wnro tusnmrtt, h Is r";vrte;l a trclir-Jow- n an-- t has to nay uuch hlirh prices for eforv tw 1m w lf.ifMM.JI f clothing will able to afford it; nnd 10?? Th" hethr ary s'eri If ou hasprrinotiltrv nvmp- j Ills only a Question of ft nan's s tting Fuialion for all who pur mn, with mind and health jnuv taken In vseatr thr Amerfcaa rjr purls as Cotirh, Hitli ii'v tf t. hundreds of others who do not now and with an unbiasrd rail a considering down Kepubllcan had tho ndvantago of his thing ho buys, owing to tho benefits ol have the chaso tho luiurloa or tho nctotlr ahattored. lers of teeli efHwAiitil ly foteirftfrv tlMirl dels. I.ul Uo Bfi ailing, tU wear a tailor mado suit onco in twenty questicn. If bo does, heli mro to be a Demo- - personal efforts In their campaign, ho a protective wriii, tnai no can run neeossaies or l(a. Wo AdnpletL Tttr IIomm the Mem Ooonro Uwlt anottier oung man left IMH Ct 111. toil I'UNlMrilUN to feed mo on corn. With Amer- ler a' the tr&itr. Mr Itu bantiusi (lnt Vr it,twit can elothst you and furnish you with years will bo ablo to employ tailors to cnt this year. on UrUX rtferm appeals to bringing to tho work all tho prestlgo 1'Ctoft i witn ruUIlans of mom-r- , who Is rcportiM Ik truU. I0li iliately Hy Urilgt'isia, Tbe question the oil the nsceaaary rajd unnscessary aer-ag- o rbjtr, nn tM pnvaNealrmtar among tho wrecks Mfemt thr tm mako their best suits. His father, bred a IntellJjesce snd rcasar, &&2l:is just as plain of hi llrt apiKwtRinco nftnr a Ku- - ican prices ndjusted to meet nn sippllaaeos to ride, walk, daua. aleep, duty of 47 per cent on imported mlsirr rtH adnren jaleate bttt r ra rM-4- . ws of tfganUo nro and i Tho caso of tho farmer and tho shoo- - as day. It Is a great mistake to advocate tbe ropoan tour, whore ho had observed wjrt. so 10 church. ea.1. fish. irclnninjf cni antbAnsifts: tbe nntrttHmn of strength, with eommcnauraUs brain U our trade wnicUwculdhuto2 goods, tho native Hog has to root for or sUy at humo, and In vsriou- ner. mwkr i nlradv demonstrated In brktsja aeros the Ternrae Hvar la Kfnturkv .; hoc, WJlh tau tajaaer- - ct w rria. Tto at Is personally the baleful effect of frco himself. so bJ lca.mo n great contractor, then a atyUs and quanUns Just flair out suits. The Democrat fiuccecded in fiotprotcclloo la the true , and It Is trade abroad. IhoTrnnosftee aftdtalm It ill road ivinpany, king ihlna what Is rqiiird tr tl.-- ll th "Ah, but then you must remember " nA t.r tbe lliHit trmk a nven ii.l wain? rnllrmdson to iwnl left half doicu imilioua getting the tax removed from hides unlike the protect on that lli&iton and CalFurthermore, tho election was held COnFOTABLT and you ean maao a lair for his ihslp.ile, Ttw young tnan Is as nlgbt it nko day. houn advocated said tho fjtboring-Man- , "that, raan be session In lm for tb rumHtaraiJon of r eitniRtfiul lh3s' nuf tho HUYKXili a success as a disstjutor. from 20 Our forefathers and tho farmer gets his saw ths necessity of before tho Xattonnl campaign had fairOUim:, whih will bo sent upon ate irnioa ATler oatlnr, jrrona of IImio lillimis Trie founders of both of theso great cs to i0 per cent, cheaper than ho did gvlngour manuraeturcrv a tocm, and they ly begun, nnd before thcro hnd been as you are, you aro always worth tho aijnuniil tnlbllli, felktwinx recelrt f 10 fa Monday. 1 at its even hritcfllbs tal. 1 Utes wore bom In tho most hutnbla walks hi till Mllldrrlievrrstl trTunhatatori.il when hides wcro taxed. Not only this. rut a tariff on Imports which srerased scm"- - any thing which could bo called nn 2 cents u pound on your bacon and i pttftrd thirty one prirate faiMq of life, grew strong, mentally and MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. f thlng like 7 per cent. physical YTTSTTTT WrtS. cent, a pound on your pork which tho Mils,srkiHiat H) IU M.icJi3i(a Avenue, Cbloa wo ,.M making more shocd, cm- - our rnduilrjcl were This wtiiun- eni wneu adequate presentation of tho DemoihiiiI Mnmlay anl iyv by simple tteir honest Uuor and i TUUJa.UUJcl WaswiCtox Oct J. 9Qate Mr numb, dcrrlopeU intoimug and cIahU. Their son s IJitliN 1LLN ploying moro men to make them, and .sow, why, hen tbeso tntaatmda-.tr.eTho tariff nssurej you; for nobody cm rnrn bare cratic side of the tariff question. financial Ihfxsstlliirainiitlrrstjeirllinnuiiava, the Committee n l'uMie laeOs leporlnt were in a fow years wc havo built up a for- Frown to r'ant monopol? estrraspinff and Xntlonnl Democratic Committee cnt no bring foreign products to coin po to with me Srnale hill reared In tlMiUiief luxury and dnvii very existence of fr the ibMsal of rWt Wallaes eign trade of tI0,CC0,000 a vv tlmt tqucezlnetbo deal with then any an tbatarn speakers Into Maine to annvrcr Mr. you without paying that dujy up-nnliiary reservation In Kansas, and nkeil fur oped Into Intellectual pigmies compcllod to mun these 1 ho great men of our country haro not re-- ! arlre iirrstHiaueII atsililrti wo never could havo had under tho orergrown children b prutdded by a taria of Rlnino8 arguments. Almost tho only them. So you aro at least worth 1 or its immediate eonndrattmi, statHic that a btn I h Mi mi ml rrnitisvifliMimy as n rule, ma fmin tho elegant maaskms 2 cents a pound." in tho same nb)rt bftd peiMel both bouses at l.lagMUlly aitftarroalad. Republican sytdem that taxed our halt a hundred per cent? outsido Democratlo orator who went feiltuc. CUblps The fact is,ueb a policy Is pu'festly in tbe In"Yes," replied tho Hog, "and that his etton ahd hsd lcn vetoed by tb IVe! of the cities, bui f rem thu wnys of of the SOLD EVERYWHERE goods out of foreign markets, rural districts. Kunplo terest of thi great tnoaopcJti at J tKiQl there was Colonel Follow, n,nd wo Is hriuc I shall Fell for. Hut rteit. whftr objections, he said, wetr untm just about what Thoro is $10,000,000 a year brought everybody else, and tho Hejib'lcans bare at have never heard him spoken of as a Imt the 1411 bad xvn pmertdrtl n as tn freedom from dlssipttion and enerraUoic O.11oc44 Itirnty St., Sow York. ivtlant, --, I would rather have a full stoma h rover these objections Mr KdmuHtts oli;rctel pleasures, simple reinlH3S for dl into our trado by ono stroko of Demo- last come out toldly at thef neaas of these so persuaslvo orator upon economic quescf as against the nfstKt of the people. and sell on my fat than rely on tho un- to its present enkhrration and it was placed foi'th'o and which huvo no n)iwn in the common sense. Is It "starving lect classes cratic In nddltfon to Mr. Maine's The freowblsky plank ot t Kepubllcan plat- - tions. system, develop brawny, brainy msn, wUi substantial vacuum of nn empty but on the calendar Later m ibr tiny the toll was oumticl tho trorld to give him that loim coes not aurou oi nrsiitat. Trtere are personal leadership, tho lEopubllcans tho lay In to rooogolxo however, pvsed, Tb President's mesonr to their Sfllnt HNi4filv iNrrd, 4wriTTirrkr A money out of tho pockets of foreigner! but two sides, the moral and ttt immoral. The had tho aid of ono of tho most thor- Protected Stomach." strength and power Con press annrntnclnc his approval of tbr Cbi proposition to let whisky gjuiuird li iucd an Sipvnklaar MrSMMl tiMlr. Hut you must romnmbcrf" suireest. TCMAifUXU5" k Thu wlHxeoiiio, oidfashionM I)? Cabin j c exeluilon U.l was laid beiora thea clear gain for him and for all of lniult to InU'llUcnce and nio-- ty that don't oughly organized political machines In rwte AVItllr MHllSif arllntUI Mtfrma. ed tho Laboring-Ma"thnt what ynjr ind rend. Mr KhertOAii Mft. llul It oc remedies nru tho safest and surest for Urn f rmnammi Ur rMrrtM. us, because it is added to our Xntional core to speak of It, 1 no nepV.ean party has tho country, nnd tho bklll in the workwmmxAJfy Orrl lMlurMlrrrTM.H,trnrr sofarfallei from wbat It ec was that I can ing of it wh'rh comes only with long owner pays out in increused prices he rrtnted and rvferred to the CtMnmiliruon Kor tijuse, uur grAnJmomors know luw to wealth, nnd is not a mere swap nround tYmt ", ti rt ( r I4H.I in Mil. H,,UnwJ, prepare tho teas and syrups of roots, herbs scarcely realize that I onc n a stronjr and Im w 'tn ItnUttons, Senator Half Aered n resoluvU Jlwu4 ! from ono pocket to another or rather consc'entlous Kepubllcan. Yet, with all thoso ad- got back from the General Prosper. y tion calling practice. a a Milement of nil anion Uken and b 1! tarns which dnvo disease out of tho j. m. Mrrtil It. r lh t AJ - , ULWh rnota IHoa. I hare always been a. I from a hundred pockets into ono? but this vantages, they havo failed to carry tho of tho Country." undrthe llent csreulnr at:alasl womrrt and systtn by natural methods and Icavo no Jooo mor Wofils and bar'y toon tt tmnary I lllharil l'rclr, IS r M kii.r mi ains Uisn any olhr AmTHan f vote for iiM a- iA'irrr ss Lfiha r ti.! "Ah, ye," said tho Hog, "if it w.re children. Senator lloiry defewilcil. ant Kenslor IU ofTecU, Tho most Kvery Democrat Is In thorough sym- year I shall personally,CloTcLica. Harrison is a Stato by as largo a majority as thoy of ai tuts hriiMrt good man An Invaluable Companion altha h's political had four years ngo, though tho totul not for tho General Prosperity of th l'umb incisitrlr atUikcdtbo AduuuUtration after remedies rerc, intent long these t4m Mad after pathy with the demand for cheaper mistakes seem fatal, As to Clereland. be has ami at orrvy imU' in ? rr lard rreonl. Mnrvhinginvostitratlon, secured by H. H doth, for bettor coatsnnd more of them, proven himself a model Prndtnt, Ho U a vote now is over i!,0u0 larger now than Country I do not know what w Vrs Common Sense Curs liocir. -- mils Intnrfarci. rmrosJsacoc tVrnwr of aafo euro amp, and aro now fr W hy sit 1V kir srnt I tartrate 1 man of noble and patriotic Jmpviies and right because the higher tho price of tho was then. They havo failed, not bhould do. My owner has Just gone stltutlonal amendment protldlntf t nt one third (utoutfur tho1 healing of tho naUons" la C A C motives. In ray orlnlon bis jament in every it MtnniAH I CO.. ru r,SrrloiV.I.M. rOR CATARRH,HATftV(R( to town to raise a second mortgage on of the memhorsnf each hntisfi of Cwcre shall th U'unier's Iiog Cama remltcs. cloth the senreor th coats; tho scarcer thing be bas dono bat bcentalme honest criti- only to draw away an)' of tho Demo1M1, A'thma, rrnnrMtia ar-DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES. rnlilu'e a quorum. rittvUlma: for t bo apSUM,MawvIIil-ahis houo, to cover this year's 1 feel confident be wCl in Tut i lo!the regulator with Warner's the money for tho cism. tho coat, tho lUyuUto cratic strength, but have failed to setike CLUtAzrZ a.tl I mii, 1 tuMwwi t" 'ii .d ..- SA ... . - . Ho Is going fo apply to tho Picalri r.t pointment of a Uurd of vellnw fever rommli, Log Cabin sarsaparilU and with pure blood . vNVSt tmJ r, nl if " nlii air if any tailor starves, It cure more than hulf of thcii shnro of toper tn tnrrsttgatr the sanitary condition cf l - krllnctlwoDrt m 11111 mi.tm it.tf. pi. rtf r if b it ' i h rite. imJINGO JIM ON WAGES. of tho Company that owns the Itoihiu--Mil- l foirljtn it fcelel Wnoesand In pi f vide for tho Siring hoalth, strength, mental and bodily t ' Is bccatiFO tho factory lord with hla tho Increased vote- .- Y. F. rosL mrpi h, tm a' vigor, you miv hopa tu cop. aiiccosafuiiy whore you ar employe!. A"d. ."firti.i.tif Mjir. anJ X 2!iUu, triple taxcri attempts to forco tho ma- CoinlachiK KtMeiice That (br Hfiul- Sllniilrft, Siral u fit ll with the met giastlc Usance! problcws (HI II S IK' I III I.. 14 a rain 1 irtuls. by tho wny, perhaps you had better ho of Texa intiiHltHnl n h lritutU THE HARRISON LETTER. chinist to wear nothing but tenement-mad- e llcuu Claims About of tbe ni(o, nthout wrecking health uuu , .ufM vl and fu ,'f t hlllMHO.tl inef Kit-alrChLnef inrape waa from Iteport of Jiuniu Illalne, SecI getting along to work, for I henr he fpLtual t manhood. shoddies. Si. Louis Republic up serernl InIIs. an ad k ! retary of State, m the 40oUgbGOo1s Trale A Weak Appeal to the l'rejutllce of the ntm,nd USor Ilntrt aitempis rf w ' mrr atl rti.rataa cf tha lra1 1 Ufn fft I company has JuuihiiiCitl a finto take whlttlo blowing, nnd the of I bo World U oated Deisnaent of KUte, ltd. let'juki of ih qurum. Amerleau lropl. iw rrwrirs h : imjt. Ir Isn't that thowiso men of old knows) I t I H TK n rrrtii l t Washington, June 0, 18!, 94 and 03.1 rir-a- i CARNEGIE'S WEALTH. marts more tbsn other people Ihcrsmv't-uitiu'- t t tMMON rKN'h4.lliri AtlnuftM t tiu'ipj 2z?rVT Um Accepting a painful situation, Gen- justgot a lurgo order for steel boaim, A cot.r.iKinv Owing to the d Cerent I "aUoa af of the Ttt t rifUttMMtM. tni H.I An tor eir b e ani ortirnl llwfoit tvsofrelRlit on which thoy can not mnko mora th.m talk so much about It &oMm-(f- ' JIovt tho I'ltUburKli Acquired Knglish and American tables vages,lt la diC- - eral Harrlbon has mado an it 11nlHmtliMilt .hMKHM' lrnlui on tlie Clnrliinull Houtherii rmlroAd, Juiirnuf. rrr.;-raeP. K. ORDCRICK A - CO..ALUANY, N. V. renr:ylT!a Agrtcaltur! Vo:lh Ycrk, Ti, ncuit to eve eompirsuv; i!iiiia therecf, IIU .Million. appeal to the prejudices uf tho 60 per cent, proilt unless their morn- nenr Annctnle, Trnn. rnt.4t. iM't r?- t tejlsff asdSsw KIlU which would show at a glance fte differ; fsrasksr's Uadir4 SwbJ ! Good do their level host A lllfxlntr In Trfdr. Mr. HlaInos closing speech in the tbe wageaof theoperattTcspftithcountr me tn American people. In supporting that , . A nKCcrTini nnd Imnipiet were given hy , NtuM Cl.U es. Itetumlng health leads trtth It band !r. ing, and, when you fcol tho need of the iiKirli.mti of Kotm to visiting C Ely's Cram Balm : . tr::sxiJ2 ....,- .3Iulno campaign was devoted In part wages ot spinners aid leavers In Lan- exhortation ho would still havo the InTbe hand its offspring- - tho triplets, steep, appearisK ijifs st sm ffiit, Drru4-- . rr .eorty I,liO j to pie, of both aoxnt tite, dlgvstiou. llosUittcr sHmmach iiitters lMMU I'rlc" An On I a. to a defenso of Androw Carneglo and cashire and In Massachusetts, irtordlng to tbe telligent electors believe ho pos- nourishing food, try were follows per brings into CAlstcnco tttcto bN sscd babes, KTi assssslill sat at tho tnldea. tho wealth ho has accumulated In the forego'ng statements,sli, lvOfcuK0 (master- - sesses a conscience and is guided by 1U Thcro Is no duty on that." WILL CURE Engl 1 vaaBvaa,viBBKr. weeKi Bplnners, r ir nari aaaai U. W. IttCKS nnd ulfo nnd Mrs. Jnmes whoso young llvos foslcrcil by it bloom Into ' btccl-ral- l buslnoss. lie Boomed to con-tld- spinners running ca hfgniE3) Amertcaa, Tho shifts by which tho uneasiness of nervous, maturity. Wo'l inuy the sick, 9im An Appeal to Manhood. l'ruo nru hi jmt nt tfouliern, Vn.t clmrixl tho feoblo seek tho holpof this thu helpful aux Ihj. both a glorious exemplification of v.v: to vom. IZnglish, 1X85 f to this monitor Is allayed may be pointed together to poison a man iliary. Dyspepsia, inuIarU, biliousucss, with ronapiruic; Welters: j lici, id Jrftt i. f. rincinn tcx, tori, tho workings of a high tariff because atths dato on which tbesersi weresubject, to as tho chlof matter of interest In the If misrepresentation of our purport named mlrron. rheumatism surrender to It. Riven, aMstUM rria t r sm'--l Apply llalin int.) each nostril In tho past seven years Mr. Carneglo to a reduction of 10 per ccnC; iacr,can, thbi Ivopubllcnn letter of acceptance, Jamkk Htoik nnd Clarrnco Uecfcrr, of nnd motivos are to train credence and T ELY liROS. 14 Wanca St.. ,iwere1fr n Mud I root, Colnntl 'lomisblp, Cbniituuqua A sum 'Howdoyou do" a pretty girl had paid out fWXW.OOO in wage to to KTa. General Harrison, whilo saying thnt dofent our present effort In this dir o- - County, .V, Ym i rilAHOK. Alio Tho aTtrao wagca of excpbjtun the SI ars , fM ." tlmi tsn tsA call n asarj -t ; ftrrss American working-men- , 1 rad which othor-wI"protectloo la assailed as uncor.stltu Uon, theru eevlnn to bo no reusun hy it (losstnu and ssofpinn over tiy a tialn at salutation. Ihilon CcutUr mills Is as followf, sccordlng to tbe Instantly &!!tl. warkl Uik lJasMlaar(SIalMlalS mi (MtIrwtSI rtf l.ort,t rt might havo "flowed bounteously ofllchl returns: Men, r&30; Vsto, Wi male tional in tho law and vicious In prin- every endeavor In tho futuro to accoml Huh (IKITKHT Jtrdiclnum, ancinnstl, cures Isi-;trtit Md.i;. 1Im S ut ijtw i. Children, tt S According to ciple," knows that protection Is unfemale, lung, norve,tLroat diseases. Bend fur toot out of thc Gauntry." Mr. Canit-ITHE AMANA COLONY. plish rovenuo reform should not bo W. T. y A.Mro. I'lT.O riui.ii Ani'HMf wagci ot the Consul bhaw'a report tho I AtUIXOl.', M. w AT lw, Mrei. A?as doublleaa very conaldcrate In. oo likcwho attacked and with 1" tnn inToTd tn the i.uncftra routspr tbe constitutional. regulations of l'rlnttis NIMIC nil, fUitikn(i, tuM thoroffiilr laoirhl iritm rmt rsria miHMf Itouoit on Coiniuunttr lu Iowa Managad wai nourtU11 his employes, but etlU It first of January, wck, He knows, when he says the Demo And yet no thoughtful man caiUll to A nlltoua th ClrcuUrifrr. 4Triourur. sru,t.T. on Union. Clan. TO B A DAY. HiupIeaoriUI.0 ublect to u reduction of II ner cent ; women crats "would put taxation on a purely can hardly be called a justification. see In tho continuance of the present -f Tho Annum cnmimtnlty in Iowa, incfli nsrne rif rratonrir , from til) to M.3, subject to a reduction of 10 SSIMftlkSilSIT llmUDlU.,Hi1, dVi.Uir.lia i4Tlrr Mt.m1 lawiriisr How much did ho pay out to hlmsoltin percent. revenue basis," that their aspiration is burdons of tho people and tho attract- cluding a population of about two thou! on rasa iuu u w HMusMita a siMa, iufaaii(i.,an.si.it.iM THE MARKETS. ihu Tbe hours ot labor la to Mncasblro mills righteoiiH, Mr. Hlalno does not the fame time? ion by tho Government of tho currency sand, i nu interesting illtiHtratlon of ssrlculu , YCYAC t Alin A,MMi.nwi acres lu the Masuchusetta sixty per I sAnw LNIIU u ral and tfratinf Utl aIa. Oct 1 He does not "stop to refuto tho the- of tho country Inevitable, dlstre-- i nnd the success of tell us, and yet this is a vital point. Ho uroimy-sueffort LlVKHTOri: week. The hours or labor In the mills In the M ft 1 d CJt'J LUilUISfbwl.n.,Uiiil.l, S.UwclfllhM. Ad.neiilHM.i:'.Vl'lli;Ti:il(Dalli,'la. p.ild to his help tho mniket rnto of other New lloglnnd StftVs, wbefo tho wages ory" that tho consumer pays tho tax, disaster. All danger will bo Ported among thrifty Herman. Tho Bottle-mea Cliolt'i' bull her ut Tins rsria t bMM 4 3 7 irxmi ims SAO IlOtlS Cviniiioii wages nnd no moro than tho market are grncrnlly less than H Maschusotts, aro whether it ho called a duty or an ex- by timely action. Tho dlfflcult of ap 5 ID wiih begun in 1855, and tho colony (J'hxI jmckers ... ... HI C4 0' per week. nnd tity-nrate. Ho himself pocketed the enorm- usually s tho Inequities W tno wages of cise. Ho knows ho enn not refuto that plying tlio remedy will nover be less, now owns 2G,000 ncroa of land. The Rill lorhnlre..M. a no Undoubtedly I ous profits that an excoslvo tariff English and American tperstpca at more theory or that fact and tho blamo should not bo uild at land forms n vluglu township, and tho I.A St US CIraal lo c olre. . , KMHJIt-Kan4 (4 4 4 snadu possible. thin yvalUl ty tKf frtjtr jfdntf of th Ho knows Democrats aro proud to tho door of tho Democratlo pary if It peoplo nro grouped in woven vlllngoi. '4 lOd. . 1(4 l6arv No V7 ird Mr. Hlaine himself gives us some latter and their longr hvr4 iiM o na If this nssert that tho consumer pays the tax. Is applied too late. With ilrm faith in It seems Kucli village Ih a Hoclal und IndiiHtrlat should prove to to u fact Corn No. v mlied Idea of whut these profits are. Ho to terror en frotnofflcsi s proctf lcs. It would To spend time fastening ho much com- tho intelligence and patriotism Oata-N- o. a mixed und ban a detlulto aro atilguod to of our statf Kyo-- No rays tlint under protection bteol rails beaery Important element irv tbo establish- mon senso on thorn Ih, politically, a countrymen, and relying upon the con- unit, cultivation and pasturage. MAKE (i) tKif a) Tho HAY IViuti tiicliuun for it ment ol our have fallen In prion to nearly $28. True, for our share ability to cttnpets'Mih IIukUhJ poor use cf his eloquence. Ica(.. .lu rm (ii n viction that miBrcproHentatioa will government of tho colony uffalpH, iih a trado of the of tho (ItMxl f,eaf rvow.chT'9i 15UI (ttMfl bteel rails can bo mado In this country world. General Harrison knows that Min not influence thorn, prrjudtco will not lMtOVISlON' Ih Invested In a board of thirPurk Mess .. .10 73 SS17 0I Lard- - l'rinin steam at a fair profit at that figuro, but does In the two pr me Uetcrs wbch mny be said Increased olTering of foreign goods in cloud their understanding, and that whole, .lo;C'itlO fJ'i teen truslecH, while each village hmltri HU'ni:H-C'hoi- co to form the bas.a of Ui cotton manufacturHairy . . II n 10 lie not know that steel rails rarely toll with it an in- - menaco will not Intimidate thrra. lot board of oldorn, varying in mimbor P'lmi o Choir 0 Crt'timery ing Industry namely, raw material andlabor, our markets" carries ih a w AI'I'LKH I'nrne, lierbbt.. .. for so low an $28 a ton? Docs ho not we hod tho aJvantuKi orer EosUnd In tho creased offering of our goods lu foreign us urgo tho people's intoroat and iM 1ft ia In tho Hinallest to olghtocn rOTA'l UKb-- lcr SODA from seven hbt CO U I 73 know thnt last year tho avcrugo price first, and stand njen utomlly wUhhrr In the Klsewlso, Kuropo would givo Ho duty for tho vindication of our nt- In tho largest. The central Institution Ni:V YOIUC. . AND TAKE SO OTIIEIt. was $.17 a ton? Does ho not know that us nor hoouh. no Knows josh worK ami tempt to inaugurato u riphU'oim nnd in each village lu tho "atoro," which U nJ 4 15 Western. doors, it folasm liar na the raw mater tho manufacturers havo combined .'SI Cs hard red. lows th .t wo should UjP to conrcrt It lower wages could not come from such beneficent reform. VrtmU nt CUv n largo general rotall eatabllHhmont, So 'J red w 0tM 04'4 an rxccMdro tariff and pushod Into manufactures, an OW?k belnjf equal, un exchange, but rather more workand land's Letter of Ace ptance. ,.. ni ft DMA Corn No. ttinixod carrying grocerien, drug, dry good h, trfA Oats Mliid the price up to an oxtortlonalo figuro, ty more tertnem'j hd titUttftAan J and ,ton higher wages. Vft ft 3I' gtamlt which toporis cotton then clothing, haU und caps, hardware, etc. POHK-N- un Mess (613 75 ...15 pocketing yearly tho proceeds and manufactures it in her mill. tb0 xPon A Campaign Lie Nailed. ' General Harrison knows tho surplus (MI 85 g la very elaborate, for, LAKU Western btcam It8 sharing with labor not a penny of It handling transportailao.md commission must is $160,000,000, und avoids making n CHICAGO, Tho following communication has except In dealing with outHldern, tho TLOI'lt Wlsronsiu winter., nil? And If hteel rails have so fallen bean Important Item la tbi rc1 a M t 6 10 figure. Ho knows It could not be been with our turnttr in the flterfrotn the 01 A I OH( received by Mr, Jamos Whiteley. colonUtH do not ordinarily use inouoy. UHAI.1 wie.u NO 4TW In price, cf what necessity Is a tariff cotton fields to our mils no. 2 eiiicuiro Si.rinjr 01 n on! and shipping It In the spent in buying bonds, as ho Ih dono by it system of no of Philadelphia; Kvery thing Com- - No. i that prevents foreign rails from bolng advaaeed form or maaufictofflC Boods. Add I'OO or without bulling bonds to o.iis count which uro kept at tho "Htoro," IOUK-Mtt- sa No a to this the secondary fcet to ' c0,u ut D0 h W'4 laid down in this country for less than WASiuacToy, Sept. 14 iS? more. 1.. ..15 SO more to UTTHEATED FREE. und nunuftur0 tno iame SU a ton? lyiur The black&mlth nhop and tho carpen- LAUll- Wo nro told by the ltepub- than It c bundle KngUnd, ftcdwo aland on an JAMEJ WUITM.K1T, li HI 0.1 KaretrrsiPd lr.pr andilseompluallons Ho knows tho frco whisky plank of otter Dlr sis la Neser Onnii, NercrKireies InWlnltrm Mrluln tho sth instant has j.ut ten presented ter nhop havo account nguluat the llliniut wnndrrful uta vrfiafa HALTIMOItll B faco llcan that a reduction from $17 to $11 undoubted equulity, ttos ' tho Chicago platform is Immoral, and U. my attention, and U anords tbo IdarpmHIra.rntlrpIr turrsiai harmtc. Demurs HuHiiupr. r:irr tos minranlfad. Hainnlv orders FLOfJK r.unlly allsymrloiiia ol Droparln M inUO dsrs. soliclh'd. Wrlio ui tvr rrirn. We tnskn the tif is farm department, which aro duly re- UHAIN Wheat, No. a a ton In tho tariff on rails as proposed competit H on, can bo so magAslu(lr.aa known and alliiiMtnrtl n fhirsdo he declares the taxes riirenattfiiUironounrdliop0leit)r ibo Itirlr OlVft 01 'i article gnedj jamW O. corded on tho village book. Kvery Corn Miiml II.AltK .V WIMMO, te l I'lij.li tn r rum UrttdoiamiiDlnnis UtTtoe. lemmoi. Kundt Mtirrl, CHIcmku, Illluuls. (6 &J JttcU.c i ani rtiari?! by tho Democrat'! would ruin our stool nified that tho present 'vhlsky cxolso the declaration .SSSBB II U Itlvar mildly dlsiHiar andinlvmlsrsai lent -3M l!S it that lb, Hey family or adult linn an account at tho rOlIK Miks f e7tde as r all Tmutiuarrminfril. aui ruis rris tf Hnntauiajr indiutrio. Hut ovon this proposed (Sl8 0 collect- may bo retained. Ho knows tho sur- I belleto tn tho iVote.tsnl relon." en UJMlllifiiK liiAMitLj Kvery million of dollars Ililna l...nl II ..;. (O 4(10 Mtf rn Ml storo," cortalu credit bolng apporla mem erHoita foil nolhln lo rfallia tho nirru Ilr duty of $11 a ton would precnt tho ed urntiiCuri'i. rifwrnsinsa. of aHty;:::..;:: at our custom houio for duties plus Is not "needlessly hoarded" by answer to your inqn.ry as tube trun ..nl ft: It... Mrl.ith A ??. ""entlorr mrsalf Wasrunnnlnnltyeurlnt a laion, I bsve .ay ( Itintf JU tioned to nil mom bora by the oldorn at i.sni7K JohnEi CInclaasti.0. Importation and tale of foreign raits upon Imported U) fc8 O) Secretary, and ho knows, better oftbatexpresiioi, to or timl I it.!n3 sianoirw raimiiiat litre brcn iaint tsti rfilinfsn1lliApaiiiiti1vctsra'lunat)laUi into ait!cle'""l im'dmany tho most peoplo, c that the 00,000,-00- 0 cue uny likalt, tho commencement of each year, which In tho United States at much ler than INDIANAI'OLia issawfaj Oivs lull Litorr nt rso,nKiu9,sa,ti, ARTIST MATERIALS. than f Tb tatamem you Ja tho piddle treasury represent I 'it Is u puw Whoul-No J'W 2 red . are drawn ugaliiHt by purchnsnru CHAIN Mined 'trsllliclsd tu. htTi.lfurlrfiipfttuphict.coii f32alon. And yet Mr Itiaiuu hays millions moro, whlcbOU"111?1 novcr can nut ho safely withdrawn from a ed fal.reut.on. Wttlle t vvoulo to tsmi itftviiiruuidst. Tendajr iraiitupiitfiirnUUed Cni MUed I. II, MVIIIIIN, 171 It St. InrliMiiiH, . Hoardliig-houat'fiiriiUh mould to mem " ' f mtil If r"i iirUtr triil, .mnu.i ryturn attempt to crush orrtifub 6i,r, ', JJuti-menOut J, ..a we can muko rails for 1 a ton. He couu((ft u i' 'Teiii.rmfiit ma w ih fj cent Irt U mil lu t ivaehlnr tho NntionalffrwwHryt nro deposit lu tho circulation of tho toned or forced lu rtPTa bei-In eifh vllhigo lu groujn of front LOUIBVIM.K. cure! not only hero uxpiHtn tho unscnipu puldb "''I it ' ? (rntt msreiMeseutmion m the ' Ori35N&30NB,re1.0s.vAtlnntGn. our iltlzen4 4aUlif InIMwl try. 3 i fl uucrt forty to fifty each. IIoiHOMureuKalgni'd n.OHlt No. an a Inns I'lmrnoUn of the opposition to tariff Ho knows that the a ied..r,7 spirtt uf id eot of domoUIe produilutis resulting creases tho importation highforeign In- cumaas, -tho friendly cmpoauo mr Ud ma iiwLs tbl, roni Mlxod to families by the oUlorr. who provide TVANTi;ibvUm oldest. ank-i- : of QLFSMrH laruiand this itMuetlon, but he us well explains Iroia em tnritf law d.ui JwwfcMfw wiw Vfcurs very truly, ' wnjiuri' 11m admit llioucr iur ati. iiiu uuuiiuuiuiy con t.nr?irUViM,M4 JiMt how Audmw Carprglq hm fuad UaiiU j UiUr iirx wuirt.Nu th AiiveimsiciM rue ash that fr trad would "iths Wait rarmanent poiitlons. atnd 13 (U AccevW of ifVauVMvui mst Ua A4frUsssssit ! m stsie Uss duct a number of mllU and manufact .1 i.Hiii.MM.M.k Ullfc) ssr IUf fsis fsria iitf batfnt THE CLOTHING TARIFF. t v otftln, To -S- r.NATK.-Serernl i CM-i- llt fc rovo-lutlo- 1 Irish-Americ- fr ly ltfl bnttlo-pcarro- CAUTION .. I 7ii 1 Q o k. Pro-tecllo- c. ao free-trad- eoat-mnke- r, . t fy.L Jti. I Cjr . i M.SS. JvTTNiBayi ll-f I A& gnvn-houscs- iil - ISPyHrasH? 5wW4assPr,7 . nil SIy W, L. DOUGLAS Vice-Pr- e For Lnmbngo. rijT, ru tfr ! $3 SHOE. i- llhrt 1 Pr!ATK.-.Vtneo- n-r t. . lilrv11hi. nt ri. 4 ( t'S i 1 1 a ,.,, ftf htt rf tho lr l.i. S. o .) 1 J kins-me- Diamond Vera Cura r 1 I d 1 ll Sh ritw ' ii vrt-lo- d. Itnsnr-IUeke- 4 rat, t!5 poor-lookin- pirMl 1 lit Ons-mltte- a m consump11 n. !. "JONES tjrfrttlrtZifXhnJijrtU Tnnr.n j lrn $ t. 2ftl stotio-moso- 1 ijir-.t- V Tiitl's Pills liaruHrilirallfs. lv, e llor ena 1 W, atfnl lj mm p'ja, 111-1- SICK HEADACHE 1 rllat, MARVELOUS i Ig MEMORY DISCOVERY, stk hhoo-muke- WEBSTER nsriFi . v lrl rllaa. -- X n, t rirrr claa fr i.r,iiiiMini i, rri -, fr, lVet coat-make- r, ., -- lof. i l m .irr- f hi-iti- if M.-xi- VbI l, afr i ri ttixzHttirauei ;!.. trxr il. ui-i- Iron-Mak- n met-ehA- Soap-Grea.-- M.erTvr tem1M CATARRH c-wv KML'mSKiWi r, mar "' a. ' afo i(. y PATENTS rrrtre ll rts ri t snt hiims - CIHCIV-UTI- , rtiM tktt rra nll at xty-sl- ?,.;. It lr i l'l-(l- oHt . nly UJCAJN-Whcil-- No. .1 cotton-god- ' ISC a nFi imous biscuit asic Youn anocuu ioit TO ts. 1 1 DWIGHT'S "COW BRAND" SODA bo-hi- lBur KLOUlt-HtAtosUKAIN-Wheat-- No. 1 1 1 1 book-keepin- com-pare- d -- 1 Su-ar- ttl5i ROPSY WISE ! CREASE AXLE Un n I .1 LAltD-ltcllnt- nrl ,,u GANGERS -- t-- ri '', hi X!0 if ,J T r. ' UltAIN--Wu.ul-N- - WPZWtemlwiWlHr2b(wutiht !jinijlssfiia A uaiaviiiiiianiiraiwi. mtftmueJjM - - fWP iMMtT'VatVHiSI'S