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SALE BILLS, XXlolx.xxxxi, IC jr. Street next door to city ENVELOPES, - - LETTER HEADS. BILL HEADS, GEORGE WAHHEN, Editor. Trlco of 8uliM'r!tloii. CUnRENT TOPICS. Europe. Cjiicauo will have a statue of Garfield In Garfield park. Tiiry have a real estate agent In Wichita by the name of Eucre, IUhmahck hoi concocted a scheme for "the reconstruction of Europe." Or 150 persons naturalised In Boston one day last week, 125 were British Americans. Tub National railroad In Mexico has been completed and tested and Mill to opened November I. Tiik Cedar Falls, la., canning factory 2mt put up tfaU season nine hundrod thou-an- d cant of coin. It Is estimated tliat from 20) to 400 quare miles of Georgia 1 aj Ian J ar cleared overy year. Tux past iuuitur was the wettest that England has experienced alnco 1N79, nj thecoulest sine INK). Tnic Kmicror.olE.AuiU!&Ji XwrWlaH mutiie-Ioading INVITATION, ETC.", ETC. Sl.liO. ESTABLISH EI) HOHIIIHLE SCENES. 1859. fl IOKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER FIFTIETH C0K0KESSL A VOL. lines sT' with ool type Mi built tine. by Mok colored y.-N- O. 3, candlestick OaU ojclcX Soo TJ. Mn. John A Iman Is on her way to MYBTEKIOU& MUnDERR The Mm n sir it ttemalns nf Four Xesroes A Fnmlly of BIx I'oreono Cruflbod To Donth. An J:ntlre CchamcJsIshootlnr n3"uM annIdTaTh- gun. ionei UhIZAha, Max., hat three paper, the iioium of which signify respectively the I nt, tbe rat and the lMtla, Theme promises tolranolnckof informs-ttu- ii Ummi th iutimi of lii EnieTur Frederick's life and death. BrxTS Iikto taken to provide special voting booths for the women In the coming municipal election In Bovtoti. Jort.M I). Corrxm of Hnnta Itosa, ha raised a Japanese cucumlT that measure three feet six Inches In length An Iowa woman who hat traveled far and observed closely writes: 'If marriage Is a failure then life 1s not worth living." Piior. Mirciirt.t, a blind musician, of Eureka, Kan., baa organised a concert company, eveiy member of which Is blind. Arrxn the recent hurricane a coral re-fifty feet long, thirty feet wide and flvo feet high apcand In the harbor of Via Cms, G so rut Wxar, of Iloslyn, N. Y.t brought ly up two clams at Hea Cliff that wrlghed three and pounds apices. A KECTtK as Urgo as a sparrow has leti received at tha HUto cntomo!u Klt of ew York. It caoio from Central America. A 'kw AMriiinRmaii hit dU covered what he claims to Im IndlsputaUeevldeuce that Hhaktearn was a scholnrly mm and n pUjjUrUt TllK Hullan of Turkey It a. mn etriM dog-cawhich runs on ordinary roads at hn f ree-nl- three-quaiter- a rt ami cost fl.OiiX M. KuKjt'rr lntrotuced In the French Chamber of Deputies a bill to revlte the Constitution of France, and It was referral lo conmiltte. The Third District of Louisiana Is likely to witness a lively Congreiftlonal CAnvaa. The Democratic candidate Is (lay and the ltepubllcan Jully. Amkhicam have leen awarded fifteen dpomas, tnentyslx gold, six silver and thre bronra at tho International eiposltlou at llrussels. OnAST ALL xi has expressed the tetlef that grrcn was tho primitive color, that yidlow was then Introduced, fallow nl by re I and Anally by blua. Iiir suerTlers of an rranrlsco, In ac ronlance w Hh a petition of the Meichants Iafit are saUut to forbid thedlstrtbu In the streets. ti n of Ixniinor, whoreslgnednot lonjf since tilt nt ML terlurg and came home with his daughter, has jut married her to a HiMtlan baron till: American ritreet lUllway Assocla tion corniced of more than one hundred and fifty rouiiAnte, and Its representa ktm met In IVntiiiitgUH) n few days ago A ernioi outbreak Is reportel among the Allegheny Indians. A corps of pbysl clans armed with vaccine virus has lvn hand-Mil- tn mil my hrr Affa f(Mr !, within ten days. The first victim was John Hill, a resected mechanic, who was supposed to have ben murdered for his money. Ilia dead Uwly was found on the Hour, Oct 52 A dispatch from Polensa street ono morning with his throat cut and says that there were four hundred passenfifteen knlfo wounds on tho body. Last gers on the train which was crushed by a Monday the liody of an unknown colored few days ago. One hundred man was found In tho woods a few miles and fifty dead and woumlel bare boon from town, and on Prlday the lndy of Identified. Many of the victims are untho third victim was found In the river known. Scores continue to be un- near by, tho throata of both having beon Soldiers are working hard ait from ear to ear. This morning the earthed. . ts Im- body of the fourth victim was found in at tha vrrett. Tfcc peded by cold and snow. An nro the wools near town. The ofllcera have theatrical company wax killed. Several so far been unable to obtain any clew to headless and armless corp have been the trietrator of tho crime. Tbe 1ody mother fnundU1s found In the neighboring rlvtr Uen- unco. aii rce Yirtirns nau tneirinroan embrace cut With the exception of the first one, Th5rTOsd to release from her two dead children. A young priest tho bodies sbnwod no other marks of was burled for two bourn, and when extriThe colored people of the (own cated It was found that his ha r had have been frightened out of their wits by turned white. An cutlre family, consistthose crimes. Two ing of six porsons, was killed. IMITATES A BNAKEL carriages In which were thirty carbineers sustained no damage. Tha rarbl ftlngular KflTrrt af Ilia llltr nf a Itattler neers were abla to assist In extricating mi u Young Colored liny. Alt the blliclals attached to the victims. HmxixutiAM, Ala., Oct Jerry Iar-githe train were killed. It Is eatliaated that a colored boy, while over two hundred thousand cubic meter playing In the yard four months ago, was of earth fell ujkhi the line. Many of the bitten by a small reptile known as a paiseugera who ecapd with their Ihes ground rattlesnake. Tbe boy seemed seleft the scene Immediately after tbe al-deriously affected by tbe bite, but llnalty It Is, therefore. Impossible as yet to Improved, and was soon able to run about killc tell the exact number of the tho yard. Recently he legnn to show signs of a peculiar ailment Kvery time FOUIl IN TWELVE MONTII8 he gets out In the yard he lies down with his face and crawls w Orlean Itaphl lnrrene In n lrU' trying to the groundthe motions along, to Imitate of a I rlluw I nntltr -- It Counterpart In snake. When left alone he will crawl l!iupluti niie. along on the ground until he finds some EW UniJCAnK, Oct 21 The div gooli house of Messrs. Syme & Ca, "ti t anal place wbre he can conceal himself, and street, In thla city, employs som ilfteeu there he wilt remain In hiding until his cltrks. Tno years (ago the wife f ne nf parents find htm. When augored the boy h t fnrnmrly dldj thec, i!x. I. J. Antitij pi wutd tiiM.id doea not cry. as hissing peculiar nole similar to loy triplet. Mr. A comb not belim plenti- makes a of the hiss an angry snake. Tho reins In fully providnl with wealth for th invahis neck, faro nnd forehead swell to t sion of babies, no sulllelent enormous dimensions nt such times, his In clothing of way the bad assume, n greenish hue, nnd remain l en fellot derks eyes made Ills that color until he recovers from tho nt- dounlteil In making a handsome m m nation to the young Acomb. Thii were recalled this wek wiiruthe New Strati Car Motor. w if i of ilr ICdrnond Macartney, u Ciucaoo, Oct 21. Yesterday a test was In the same houses presenvd him made at Pullman of a new street railway with girl triplets, who nero snu.Iarly motor. It Is the Invention of W. II. Pat-togreeted with a. shower of prcienu Mr. of Pueblo, Cot. A gas engine Is used, Macartney has len marrlcI jut tno which manufactures automitlcatly by one years, hi oldest child being oul.,Tti stroke of tbe piston the ga required for months old when the triplets appesrt on the following stroke. The gas Is made the scene, making a record of fmr f ir th"o from gaollne, oil or crude petroleum, past twelve month, and rnliH with air and exploded In the cylinder. Its action Is similar to Prohibition Law Conttitutloftil that of steam. After tbe piston head Is WaanutaTOv, Oct K. The haprrme forced tack the product of the explosion hot air leaves the cylinder of the engine Court sustained the contItut .iin'-Itof tho prohibition law of lows. I lis through an exhaust pipe. Yesterday's toot enpoint at Issue was the right to maiiufv turrt wasmadnwith an Intoxicating lujuors solely for x t:nuon gine. From tho engine power was transto other Stalea, deiplte the htat law and mitted to friction wheels ono of papr, It was pleailM that the prohihIlr fea- tho other of Iron by means of a rope ture, lu so far as the luai.uta lure cable. The Inventor claims that It Is ca- ot fifteen miles r hour. for exportation Is CQUCerruM. a In Ipable nf A lralles Thrtrlrnl mid Ariule-a Cntnpnpy Killed I'uuud Corp I'nninl VlltliluTwo Weeks, hut No Clew In Hip Miirilrrrr HinttiNoiiAM, Al.A., Oct. 21. The people of Tuscaloosa, a small town southwest of this city, are excited by tbe mysterious murder of four colored people Prlett's llalr Turns Mblte In Two Hours. land-slldo- a iurughi4yatj.'wm hr e. it n, ti - i m m y . ki visions giving Congress the sole right to regulate InUr-Hcommerce. Tim case Is that of J. H. Kid !,dlsitller, plalntur In error, versus I U Paron and H. J. Ioughras. Th cniit holds that the State taw prohibiting both the manufacture and the sale, except for mechanical, medicinal, , U not culinary ar.d savramcntal puip In conflict with the oommcrca provisions and the dee.slon if the Iowa court Si suitalced. Opinion by JutlUo Inter-Htato that It pli)e. c? !ss U cleanly, being without smoke, and id hscr.2d!!rrjrdsT: lamar. Yellow Tevtr . DuUetlo. T2 r il The hog cholera acourgo still cutiUiturs to ravage tho droves of swine belonging to the farmers of Warren County, Jf. J., having been lost In one township over alona. The Sultan of Morocco will send an Km Iiasiy to the United Htates to complain, among other thing, of the conduct of Mr. Uee Itwls, the Vnitel Ktntrs Consul at Tangier. A IluiTiHti sjwtrtstiiAn recommends that ugna-clothe bantam, which particularly turned wild. In ths and active, boji of hnVlng It UVviliw au Available bird for porL Tux crying of a baby awakened by their entrance scared burglars from a Canons liire (I'a.) hotel. Crusty Utchvlore will ay that at Ust a ma for taUes tms Iwn illscovered. Two of the Tox sisters, who were the or Initial spiritualist rappers, It la sntd, have determtnml to expo the fraudulent prao tlro which chnracterlre all theto alleged "manifestations." AcconiUM) to Jobann laler, the fa mous manufacturer, of Iiuremhurg, the Iooplo of the Cnltcd Htatei use. In round mimlKTs, nlM)ut a hundred million lead pencils every year. A wan who died at Kllnt, Mich., a few days ago, wrote his otrn funeral sermon, sung at his fuiternl, thu the hymns to words of consolation to his fr!ondatnnd tho epitaph for his lonitntono. Ciiinehk travel to tho Kast from tho Tactile coast has for several months been very heavy. Hattroad ticket agont In Hnn KranoUeo p1er the Increaio over last year at twentyflvo pel cent U'lixx the day's volunteer duiiatlous In Bt. Aim's Kpttcopat Cliurch, coll New York, the other Sunday were counted, flvo $1,000 bills xro unearthed from the mass of dlnif and dollars. Who the gen eroushenrtod donor Is the church people do not know. It Is said that thrrn arenownnhireahead In tho shops of I'rls and lmdon for nil tho golden hair that can bopurchasod In tho next live years. With tho dlssenilua tion of Intelligence peasant girls are growing moro and more reluctant to part with their hair. Cmaiutt to the poor In Jacksonville has not come altogether from outsldo sources. It Is told that almost overy landlord In that rlty has refuted to collect rents from the poorer classes sine tho outbreak of the plague. When an Indignant subscriber railed upon a Kamai City Jounttl attache the other day, with a view of whipping him, ho was feeling very good. Ten minutes later ho was wondering In a feeble, uneasy way whether he still retained his head. Tho editorial gladiator thumped him Into pulp, thus maintaining tin dignity of tho profession. Uiu Fahini, of Palermo, has found that tho best way to lesson the agonies of a person suffering from rabies Is to syrlngo the Inside of tho thror.t with a solution of co coalite mixed with twenty parts of water. Fjiauleim Hknkhah, otherwise Miss Hnrkneis, the American girl who recently gained An enviable reputation In Oermany as n violin player, has married a lawyorat Weimar, and will bo heard no mora In public, A lUitTWEht. (On.) divine tells of an eloping couple who were married em horseback white going full tilt, a justlcoof the peace galloping alongside of them, with an Irate fathtr lu hot pursuit a short tllst woe behind. dupatched to stipprtMt It. It Is small-pox- . I) President Neal Mitchell has juvt lscuel the following ofllclat Imlletlu for the twentjf ur houri ending tlx o'clock this evening New ca?s. 4.1 deaths, 1; total number of dats S,30j total numlwrof deaths to date, ati It Is reortel that the volunteer physicians have sent In their resignations to the Hoard of Health, as there is uo further work for them. 1 Jackboxville, I'i.a., Oct dium spiritualism, appeared a large audience t the Academy of Music toexose the fraud of epirltualtsm. ltoth Miss Kate Vox and Mrs. Margeretta apjvrared on the stage. Mrs. Kane trail a lecture In a faltering voico, She almost Inaudible to the au)lenc produced the famous rapplngs so that they were plainly audible by the movement of her big toe joint. Mrs. Kane sild she thanked Hod that she was ablo to expoie spiritualism. Pox-Kan- e Spiritualism Exposed by the Fox Sisters. Nkw Yonie. OttUI. The unce celebrated Vox Sister, who are the patentees of me- taeto A Fortydwo 1 1 Heivy Snow In ths Northett. MM.r.Aroi,lK, Mixx., Oct 2?. -- There wai a heavy snowstorm In "orhra Minnesota yesterday, and the Iwautiful snow la deeper In that section than at any time before lu this non fur sx year. At no Amjkiek, tions are going on between tho President of the UnUorslty of Southern California anil Alva Clarke, of Cambridge for the construction of n 42lnch lens for the biggest telcHcopo in tho world, to le erected near Los on one of the lofty mountain Angeles. Clarke says he can make such a lens in live years fcr lrt,rtk0. It will bring the moon within sixty miles of the earth. Cai- -, -- lnch Teloscopo. Oct 21. Negotia- Frost at Decatur. Tower the snow Is thirteen inrhea diep, nnd In the woodx back of KM 't lies twelve inches ca the level. There was no wind, aiidcouiequently no drifting. She Wants to bs a Cowboy. Stockton, Cai., Oct -- Mary Abbott, slxtwu years obi, was oaptunul at Trowbridge, Saturday night, after nn exciting chase. She is tho victim of d me nove's, a PccATvn, Ala., Oct 21 One new.raa a colored woman Mr. Ed Young died dying, and night Mrs. WooldrhJg Mta Parker dangerously sick. We had a good frostiest night, enough, It Is thought, to put an end to the epidemic. We shall ctltl have a fow additional caes and deaths. The Fever at Jacksonville. Neal Mitchell has Just Issue 1 the following hour olllclal bulletin for the twenty-fou- r riidllig U u'cluOk Mil tvnthgtrVVCu4M, 27( deaths, 4; total number of casos to dat( JVWIj total number of doatha to lat and says she wants to baacwboy. Her father saya Mary declared her intention to Income a cowboy while eu r- ute to California. This Is her third rsiupade of tho kind. A Jackhonviixk. Kla., Oct 21. President Texas Hanging. Tr-X- ., date, 231, Ington, colored, was hanged tieir here In the presetice of 2,000 proplu. Tho prisoner professed religion and joined tho church a few days ago. Wait mgton was charged and convicted of tmtraglng and murdering a while wyuian and confessud " his crime. in.. Sat-unl- CoLl'MiiVft, uct i- Wm, M'nsh Authoress and Editor Wed. Norton, Oct 21. Mlse Kllrabeth Stuart Phclp, the authoress, was m.irrlod yesterday to Itcv. 11. D. Ward, of the Now York IruIrtftiUnt, Prof. Phelps, of Andover, father of tho bride, otltciatfng. A Sister Dashes Herself to Death. n-le- Rich Find ot Gold. IIozeuax, M. T Oct Li-- A rich find la report In the Kmptro Mine, near Horeman. A body of ore has been found In tbe level that assays f 10,000 per ton. It Is one ot the most remarkable strikes over made lu Montana. 1 bo mine is owned by Kngllsh capitalists. SulUlneJ. New Yohk, Oct 2i. Justice Iiwronce, handed down of tho Supieme Court, n decision sustaining tho will of Samuel J, Tlldcn. TlldeVs Will y N. J., Oct 21. Sister Mary Pelor, belonging to the Order of the Slsteri of Peace, Jumped from the third story of St Joseph's Home, on Ornnd street yesterday morning, nnd was instantly killed. She had boon III, and was deranged. Jehpev Citt, ten miles distant Matilda Collins, ngetl eighteen, killed Betsy ngeil tdglit by stabbing her fifteen times with a knlfo. Hath are col o rod. They quarreled nbout a trivial matter y Har-kin- One Young Girl Kills Another. Ncv OM.KAKK, IiA., Oct 21 At Chnm-hert- i, s, A dog wiih hold for rnnpom nnd Pnt,n Put wiw Hent to roscuo him. paid I, "did you toll tho man that If ho Died From an Inflamed did not gtvo up tho dog nt onco I would havo him nrroetodP" ' Ol did that, porr." "What did you ny to him?' "Ol tould htm Jin nhtit yoa Murdered in a Churchyard. tould mo to toll him. Ol wlnt thoro CoLi'iiPiA, S. ( Oct 21. Clnudln Har-rlwhere ho had tho dorg. nnd Ol soz to a woman of bid repute, was found poz Ol, him Ol Bot Tho lnsa so? 'nv yoz don't dUgorgo that dorg,' box dead early this morning in Trinity churchOl, 'ho euz ho' 11 havo tho law on yard with three pistol ahot wounds In her body. There Is no clew to tho murderer. yoz, boz ho, that's what ho oz.' pcz m m A Vory Senslllvo Youth, Ol." "And did ho dlngorgo tho dog, Kanhas City, Mo, Oct 21. Leo Ford, Put?" "To wnnst, avr,"Httrj)cr's s, -- A. Hill, a prominent lawyer hero for nearly tlfty of the Oreenbnck years, and the head party In Minsourl several years ago, died here this aftoruoon of Inflammation of the mlddto drum of tho ear, tho dlsenso which caused Kokcoo Conkllug'a death. 2t-Ilr- ltton St. !.ouih, Oct ., .. Sho was im womnn. Sho etood on tho stop of nn opon ear, and tho lady at tho ond of tho naat sulkily rofuHod to sltdo nlong. Tho Htood thoro for a long mlnuto, with tho driver looking back nnd ready to movo on, nnd then loudly doumiided: "Woll, hain't you going to hitch P" Tho hvdy gavo h"r ono uwful look, and aglttitod hurtfeH cluar to the far uud. ZWrm'( tfrtt Vtu$ .... ngetl eighteen years, committed suicide by taking morphine. Ho bad made three provlous attempts on his life. His first attempt was due to the fact that his brother received a contlk-- Christmas piesent than he. Another attempt waa made bocause hi parents movod from a large house Into a small one, . A Rich Woman's Bequests. 21. The will of Kllzabeth ThIhu-- of Marlon, makes a num- bci of litMpiCHU to New ltedford and other Institutions and societies, aggregating Plymouth, Mam,, Oct , future, but to have us, whsn the things do actually come to pass, compare them with prophecy and so learn God's foreknowledge k rtrst (Session. Out-ntand the Inspiration of the scriptures. But A Dlvlno Favorlto maldo nnd Ifl -- RrATE. The Bn--" WASntifOTOW, Oct. you go Into the study ot tbe prophecies tho Good Book. ato at 13:10 .resumed consideration of Wietsrla fcrgtdio work the tusk of tho Grant In order to find out what Is golnto hap- bill (thero being twenty Senators present), an4 Xtmorlnl Association Is completed, and pen a year from now, or twenty years frorr. was addressed by Mr. Cockrell at length. Mn fiojnow Qrant monumont In tho center of now, or ono thousand years from now, Tbe Tsrelfth street, botween Ollvo and Lo- - The Candlestick, the rielades, Seats and window Rpooner next addressed the Senate. Thunder DrtTalmage'a aermoiu nnd I will make a prophecy of my own, improfaivo House amendment to the Senate Joint resolu riit,' was unrauoa with the celH ftrejeionlcs at 3 p. m. Tho prcvcntatlon and that Is that you will have your brain sale gs Mjrras on behalf of tho Grunt Monument addled, If you do not positively get Into a Dr. Tnlmage'a sermorj Hunday mornlnif of porp currrdln. Alter a brief exocutlve session the Usoctatlon was mivlo by Henry C Haar public or private Insane asylum, where ths was on "Seven In the Ulble' nnd his text, green Senate adjourned. tck, and Mayor Francis roado remarks Genesla ch. It, r.22i "Gol bleased tho relleyej greatest of expounders and preachers of HoL'flK. Messrs, Clements (Oa), McMinin tcenttnir thn monumont fia a cift to tho prophecy ended his life a few rears slnrn, . Beventh Day." Tho proachcr satdi ortlstp itf icnni ana jiyan tnas j wrro erromicuna w cjr.-- XUO orator Ol mo aay was ueaorai and there they may regale the visitors of The mathematics ot tho Bible Is noticealii House members of the Joint committee chare IhtfW. Noble. the Institution by Incoherent mumblings able; the geometry and the arithmetic; the oi nf ith tnTestliraUntr the WaOilnxton aqueducl '.The statue is of heroic aiie and represents over something from Daniel or Herela- Mmn-matter. On motion of Mr Sayrea (Texflf tiaceal Grant In fatigue uniform, wearing the eouare In Krcklelt the circle spoken of In l"houi elastlcal structure almost i nun. uuuuii (uo itjuuaru, vruicii mran MO.i tlie Senate Joint resolution was passed author m. Krm I Isalaht the curve alluded to In Job! tna t . rtA. ,1 n .. ,. Mvm -:...,. " rap and malestv. But I Greece, and the bear, which means Medo- Ulng the Secretary of War to protect the Wash I streoat is thrown Dacic from nia aaomaera, i ruiooi irncuuui meuuoufu m iaiuii - i supen i Ington aqueduct tunncL Mr Oates Ala) callea; - i agonal tbredown from the walls Persia, and tho Image with the great toes. l ruie or. lose nnu gain in Aiarx wuw up nis resolution for final adjournment on 17 ask tna people to cipner ouv or u jum i If&Jainity jssd Chris Vr.tn mental reck did the persistent Inst. He offered an amendment nilng the date blsjftV what It would "profit a man It he gain tfce un In the attempt to forstaU events make ol that. te mmfa0LT as tha 16th Inst. Mr. Hnowdcn (Pad moved If m. ItotraeJe bt preochan El war Clrrlng, ot-t- , whole world and loao bis sol." Wsxssavwii ttikkq in naie me int. J iTroKffVmrVf Lornteu; It "Vould U aererar -- medSA" (Tvnud said thrtt ll had. been the 9 J dole, a it is me barons Turk might be substituted. X houses to hold tbe demented victims fecMrh rssoiatirni'TtO'the Cotntnltteo Wijijpr numeral seven, wliicn me Arabians kuw great church but no Christ I A gorgeous of Improper the use of And Means, and he moved the reference the v Arterfi soma debute further consideration from India and nil following ages hare candlestick but no candle I Ten thousand prophecies of Daniel and Revelation. Lrrf'w.X' JSBLM pouea until are not those books to be taken from the Arabians. It stands between such churches would not give the world as What e studied? Yes. So part of the Bible Is WAsniNOTON, Oct. 17. SrvATt Oa motion taMow canthe figure six and the figure eight. In the much light as ono Over dle by which last night some grandmother more important, neither Is there any of Mr. Morgan the Committee on Foreign He Bible all other numerals bow to latfens was authorized to ll during tho recu three hundred times Is It mentlosed In the In the eighties put on her spectacles and more important shelf In that apothecary's In Washington or New York in the invcitijation Scriptures, either alone or compounded read the Psalms of David In large type. storo than the shelf on which are tho of the La Abra claim against Mexico. Tte with other words. In Genesis the week Is Up with the churches, by nil means! belladonna nnd morphine, but be more special committee on the methods of builneis rounded Into seven day, and I use my text Hundreds ot them, thousands of them, and careful In using them than In thensoof In the departments iras also continued. The because there this numeral Is for the first the more ths better. But let each one be peppermint and ginger. Keep your hands U:3) resumed the consideration nf Senate at Introduced in a Journey which halts not a Maze of Heavenly light, making tho off ot tho seven seals. Christ will break the taitff bill nnd addrrnufnl by Mr. T( rr until In tho cloio of tho Book of Koreln-tlon- s world brighter and brighter, till the last them soon enough. Don't go to some necAt the conclusion of Mr. Teller's speech, Mr Its monumont Is built Into the wall shadow has disappeared, and the last of romancer or Spiritualist or soothsayer or Allison offered a resolution for a rercss from to find out what Is going to Saturday next to November 19. Sercral Demo of Heaven In crysolite, whlrh, In tho the suffering children of God shall hare fortune-telle- r era tic Senators fatored an adjournment Inttrsd strata of precious atones, la tho seventh. reached ths land where they hare no reed happen yourself, or your family, or your The quettion Anally went o. er until we find that Jacob had to of candlestick or "of candle, neither light friends. Walt till Christ breaks the seal to In the Bible Mr Morgan followed on the tariff. ho of the sun, for the Lord Ood glvoth thorn find out whether In your own personal life serve seven years to get Usenet, IIouae The Speaker laid before the lloais was well worth It; and foretelling the light and they shall reign forever and or the life of the Nation, or tho life of the messages, and thy fre twelve pension veto world It Is going to be the white horse of years of prosperity nnd famino In Phareferred to the Committee on Invalid Pensions raoh's time, tbe seven fat oxen wero eaten Turn now In your Bible to the soven prosperity, or the rod horse of war, or the There was considerable running debate oer up of the soven lean oxen; and wisdom Is stars. We sre distinctly told they are tbe black horse of famine. You will soon the misuse of the franks of Mr. Cox and other said to bo built on seven pillars; and the ministers of religion. Borne of them are enough see him paw and hear him In mailing Illegal matter. Oa motion et Mr Take care of the present and Peel, a conferrftce report was agreed toon th nrk was left with the Philistines seven large stars, some ot them are small stars, neigh. bill granting lands tn severalty to the t'nltrd years; and Naaman, for th cure of his some of them sweep a large circuit anclLn tnnre will take care cf Itself. If a Peoria and MUmt bands of Indians. Mr Kii leprosy plunged in the Jordan seven tiroes; some of them a small circuit but so far as 'Ttlin IIV. seventy years bis biography lain yore (Tex.) offered a resolution providing fur the dead child, when Kilsba oreamea they are genuine thoy get tholr light from a scroll having at least seven seals; and Kick final adjournment on the SOth Inst Mr Into Its mouth, signaled IU arrival back tbe great central sun around whom they let him not during tbe first ten years of ardton (Tcnn.) mo?ed Its reference to th Into consciousness by sneezing seven make revolution. Let each one keep In his his life try to look Into the twenties, nor tid MttUiS Cumiultlre, und this was times: to the house that Eieklel saw In own sphere Tho solar system would soon the twenties Into (he thirties, nor the thirasrrrd tntij otof 10lo" Tlie Hom-- c then, vMGii thtio tlO erssrU sUp; thO Walls Cf be wrecked If the stara Instead of keeping ties Into Hie fur ties, nor the forties into at i 1ft. adjourned. lUIH'i' Into the sixties, Jericho before they fell down were comMr. Ilrown, WAniNOTox. Oct 11 SrNATE their own orMt should goto bunting down the fifties nor the fifties passed seven days; Zaclmrtnh describes a other stars. Ministers of religion should nor the sixties Into the seventies. From of Ucorgla, offered a substftutn for tho Al'lion stone with seven eyes; to cleause a leprous nevor clash. But In all tho centuries of tho way the years have got the habit of tub nnAXT STAturj. rrMution for a rrcrss providing lor an adjournment on Saturday, October SIl whleh was and he wears a military slouch hat and heavy house tho door must bo sprinkled with the Christian church some of these stars racing along I guess you will not have to A pair of field glasses sptrred riding boots. adnptfnl without a division, most of the Demopigeon's blood seven times; in Canaan have been hunting an Edward Irving or a wait a great while before all the seals ot harg at his right side. Ue Is represented 11. give crats voting fur Mr TcIrt Introduced a wero overthrown seven nations; on ono ocBushnell or an Albert Barnes; the future are broken. I would not Is resolution for an Inquiry into the contracts of watching a field of battle. H a left foot on casion Christ cast out seven devils; on a Horace two cents to know bow long I am going to rests right tho Indian Ofllce for wacons made ly convict ilifatly advanced and hissword. hand altltudo mountain ho fed a multltudo of people with and tho stars that were In pursuit of tho live, or In what day of what year the Tbe other stars lost ihelr own orbit and world Is going to be demolished. labor In the penitentiary at Nashville. Tbe the hilt of his sheatbed I would Is spirited, the suggestions inspiring and the seven loaves, the fragments left filling nf them could never again find tarlft dooatr was then continued until adjournproscuncci fcy ail wto hara asca seven bastcts; and the closing passayca cf soma rather give 11,000 not to know. Suppose iueaeis is ment ate o'clock. for the berosy hunters I The !oat It Alas it to be accurate. Tbe figure Is bronco, nine the Bible are magnificent and overwhelmsome ono should break the seal In thi lloi'SK. On motion of Mr. Porney Alaa ftH six Inches la height, and stands oa a powar to ilestror error Is to preach truth. ing with tho Imagery made up of seven The right way to scatter darkness Is to scroll of rour personal history, and should renoUitlon was adopted authorizing the Com pedestal of tbe same height. inted granite IU of July, 1KU, yo i mlttce on Appropriations tn alt during the va SVtln tbe granite U a bronze plate with the churches, soven stars, seven candlesticks, strike a light There Is In Immensity room tell you i t i entlon The Speaker pro tern. laid before the wcrds; seven seals, seven angels, and seven for alt the stars, and In the church room wero to die, the summer after the House the adjournment resolution ot the Sen heads, and soven crowns, aud seven horns, enough for alt tho mlnlstors. The minis- next; how much would you be good ULYSSHS S. OIUNT. ! ato. The tariff bill was discussed by Messrs. . and seven spirits, and seven vials, and ters who give up righteousness and the for between this and that? It would ... McMUUn. Iltiync, Turner. Tar lot and from now until then be a prolonged seven plagues, and seven thunders. Oa the four sides of tbe pedestal are bos re truth will get punishment enough anyhow, The Senate resolution for final ad Yea. this numeral seven seems a favor- - for they are tho 'wandering stars for funeral. You would be counting the lief porirattsef the dead soldier, representing joororaont on Saturday was concurred In. months and the days, and your family nnd Tbo statue Il with Um Pirlno mind outside as well as dlSerent cooebs ot bis carocr. - Sr.NATi- c- Tbe resowhom is reserved the blackness of dark- friends would be counting them; and nex AMiiifOTOif. Oct. faces tbe South and tbe whole suggestion Is Inside tho Bible; for are thero not seven lution offered yesterday authorizing the Kb that ot Grant In war. ness forever, " But I should like as a Fourth of July you would rub your hands And when God with the prismatic colors nance Committee to continue Us hearings on when lam dying, to be able truthNo Ketttrinnit with the Sioux. rainbow wroto tho comforting thought, fully to say what a Captain of the English together and whine "One year from tothe tariff bill was adopted. The resolution or day I am to go. Dear me I wish no one WAsmsoTOH.OcU 20. Tho Sioux havo that the world would never have another fcred yesterday by Mr. Teller la reference to fallen at the head of his column, had told mo so long before. I wish that split into two factions. Moro than fifty of deluge Ho wrote It on the scroll of army,dying on the Egyptian battle-fielthe purchase of rooYlctdabor wacrons forth and Indiana hero havo elgned tbe sky In Ink of, soven colors. Ho Indian Bureau, was withdrawn by him. Sever the necromancer had not broken the seal ot saldjto General Wol!es'yi who came to con the future." And masting some.unders M letters from tbe Commlstlonrr protest against tho propositions of the grouped Into the Pleiades seven star. of Interns: htm straight; didn't dole wltbju-- d llvena In rfren to mylhylted fUcortol rvernraeut, Tb roat hnvo signed ft taker you would say: ('I hope you will Home, the capital of the world, sat on sev-- !! I lead them "straight, Oeneralf" God haa fse4Ur f?r frirH In their companions for en hills. When God would make the mot put us ministers as Captains In this keep yourself free for an engagement the wcropreented by Mr Coekrcll. rcd and snlng that It was ngroed, Intelligent thing on earth, the human will day battle-fiel- d error. Fourth of July, 1800. Thatsave you you ordered to be printed in the Hecord. Altera Iw ween thorn before coming to Wash-Inof truth against my house. To time seven short cxrrutlve session the Senate adjourned. will be our chagrin If beneeded at on that they would not aak moro couutenanco, He fashions It with Great at least Jlornr. No business was transacted by the tUn t5,O,0m), whereas they now want features the two ears, the two eyes, the we fall leading the people the wrong way; might as well take my measure now five Ilonse. After seTfral altempts to take up bills 911750,0110. two nostrils and tho mouth. Yea, our but great will be our gladness If when the feet eleven Inches." I am glad that Christ Tho majority havo formally dropped a thick veil over the hour of our and persistent objections, the body was forced n rlcHi (Secretary WUs that tho Govorn-irf-ty- a body last only soven years, and we gradbattle Is over we can hand our sword back to adjourn. propositions nro rojocted. Thoy ually shed It for another body after an- to our great Coramandor, sayteg: "Lord demise and tho hour of tho world's deWasiiimitox. Oct, tfX Sexatt- - Mr. Black- admitted a counter proposition agreeing other secn years, and bo on, for wo are, struction when He said: "Of that day and Jesus I wo led tbe peoplo straight; didn't burn presented the minority report on the contosreept ?1 25 cr aero for their lands, tho as to our bodlos, aeptennlal animals. Bo we lead thorn straight?" Those ministers hourknowethnonmn; no, not the angels, Tho House bill was dition of the civil service mcyto bo paid at onco. This proposi- the numeral seven ranges through naturo who go off at a tangent and preach some but ray Father only." Keep your hands passed authorising the retention of the Govti tho Secretary declured, could not for nnd through revelation. It Is the number other gospel are not stem, but comets, and off the seven seals. ernment exhibit at the Cinclnratl Centennial a Escnt be entertained by tho Govern-meatThero is another mighty seven of the of infection, and so I use It while I speak they flash across the heavens a llttlo whlto until November l of the aeven candolatlcks, the seven stars, and make people stare, and throw down a Bible, vis: the seven thunders. What Horse. Iteprescntatlve Taylor's bill, for thus thunder meant we are not told, and the seven seals and the seven thunders. the (JoTernmnt exhibits at tho CincinTo Avrnce Ta'emaclie'a Death. few meteorlo stones, and then go out of hO SiNTIAOO DE CtlU, O't. Tbe seven golden candlesticks were and sight, if not outof existence. Oh, brethren there has been much guesstngaboutthem; nati Centennial, was reported and passed without objection. At o'clock both houses were aciism between tho Xorthaud tho South Is aro the churches. Mark you, the churches In tho ministry, let us remember that God but they are to come, we are told, before adjourned sine die. e m;.leto. Capo Haytlcn, Port do Palx and never wr and never can be candles. calls us stars, and our business Is to shine the end of all things, and tho world can m G naives nro marching on Port au Prlnco Thoy aro only candlesticks. They are not and keep our own sphere, and then when not get along without thonu Thunder tosxengo Teleninches death. A proclaJamf Hunt shot and killed Jack the light, but they aro only to hold the we get done trying to light up the dark- Is tho speech of lightning. There aro mation has been Isauod to tho Inhabitants nt Cn port on, W, Vo. light A room In the night might haveln It ness of this world we will wheel Into high- evils In our world which must be thundercapo giving tho details of tho of i0 ed down, and which will require at least fivu bundled CNtidltTftlUks, ttud yet you er spheres, election In Grant CounA cocitv-ska- t and In us shall be fulfilled the seven volleys to prostrate them. We are of General Tolemncho by tho ty, Kas-- , almost lei to a lynching. could not see our band before your face. promise, 'Theythat turn many to right0 t;p nil en of tho revolution, and says tho work all doing nice, delicate, Tho only use of a candlestick and tho of P. H. HrnnrLD, If.rta will remain under arms, sworn to only use of a church ts to bold up the eousness shall shine as thestars foreverand In churches and reformatory Institutions Theater, Chicago, attempted to diiQ rathor than llvo to soo tho accom ever." Ah, the ministers are not all Peck- against tho evils of the world, and much la a dark world, tho commit suicide. pi. raent of tho designs of those who light You see It and canting hypocrites, as eom of It amounts to a teaspoon dipping out night of sin, the night of trouble, the sniffs Duuino the past year tbe numW of free panned and executed tho murder. would have you think. Forglvt me, if tho Atlantic Ocean, or a clam-shedignight of superstition, the night of persecudelivery ofllces was Increased 160 making havlug In your presence at other times ging away at a mountain, or a Organlnatlons. rrdrratloii "r tion, the ulght of iwverty, the night of glorified tho total uumlr.VJ. the medical profession and tho smiting Glbralter. What Is needed rBiLAiictruu, Oct, J0 General Master sickness, the night of death; aye, nbout TnK Prince of Wales visited Prof Pasteur Powilorly has laado tho first fifty nights have interlocked their shadows. legal profession and the literary profes- Is thunderbolts, and at least seven them of sion. I glorify ray own. I have seen nnd witnessed a number of operations for m ement toward securing n them. There U the long lino Tho whole race goes stumbling over pros-- In their homos and heard them In their tho prevention of hydrophobia. ot fraudulent commercial establlsments; cfsll tho labor orpanlxationa of tbo coun-I- n rated hopes and fallen fortunes aud pulpits, of men never array by sending telegrams to the conven-- t empty every stone In the foundation, and every Dn. O. W. Wight, health oHIcer of and desolated cradles breathed,and a grander end the Bible figure Is not brick In the wall, and overy nail In the .".s cf the Brotherhood of Locomotive for fouryoars,and afterward servwo have stars; and rafter made out of dishonesty; skeletons Hlchmond aud tho Brother nnd deathbeds. Ah, how much calls them ing Detroit tn a similar capacity for Ave l.uglneers at use for all tho seven candlesticks, with strained When It cf glorious ministers h'vdof ItHilroad Urnkomen at Columbus. constellations sewing girls' arms In every of poorly-pai- d years, died on the 19th of typhoid fever. lights blazing from the top of each ono of wholealready Tii.' dispatches woro brief, contalulcg taken tholr places on high, beam of that establishment; human nerve Damel HI'LUVan, a lake cook, and Jas. e ciply a request for action upon tho sub them I Light of pardon for all sin Light have brighter than they worked Into every figure of that embroideven whero they Clluo, stevedore, wero drouncd by the -- which was doelarod to lw a most of comfort for nil tiuitMeS Light of en- shono on shine KM ward '. Kirk, of the earth that profKenosha and ery; Mood In the deep rapslxlus of a boat couragement despondency I nil for ona Church i Stephen II. Tyng, llaclne, Wis., during a hoary gale on tbe Light of eternal riches for all poverty I Congregational Church; Matthew Simp- fered upholstery; billions of dollars of acMiot by a Tramp. of the Episcopal cumulated fraud Intrenched In massive lake. Light of rescue for nil persecution I Light HowlCO. While Jeif Kim), a colored man, who died on Cookstos, Minn., Oct- - a number ot ot reunion for alt the bereft! Light of son, of the Methodist Church; John K. storehouses and stock companies manipuIn conversation with ing, of the DaptUt Chuich; Samuel lated by unscrupulous men, until the motho 19th at Nannie, Ga., was 128 years old. Heaven for nil the dying! And that light Talmage, Hayoa fronds Prid.iy of tho Presbyterian Church; Dr. l rth and all Ho was born n slave In Virginia. dofient of all vasahotund fatally wouudod by a trump. la Christ who la tho Light that shall yet De Witt, of the KeforroM tnurcnj dunn nopoly How shall the evil Im overcome? 11V tbe runaway orn horse at Troy, Ala,, Irradiate the hemispheres. But mark you, Chambers, of the Independent Church; Heaven. T'le man gives as u reason for committing "Honesty is Mr. Harris Hi ennuii why thronii from a tte deed that Chief Hayes arrested him when I say churches nro not candles, but and there I stojj, for it so happens that 1 By treatises on the maxim. repetition of the best policy?" Or by soft buggy anu kitted, and Mr. Brennan ysterday for being drunk. Tho sheriff candlesticks, 1 cast no slur on candlehave mentioned the seven stars of the the golden rule that we must "do Us tnkon extra precautions to provont sticks. I believe In bcuitlful candlesticks. knocked insensible. aeven churches. to others ns we would nave mem Conw ith & CaM attempt, at Chicago, to t.o mob, which la gathering, from string-P- g The candlostlcks that God ordered for tbe I irnss on to another rulfihty Bible soven, do to us?" Vo, It will not b done that up tho prisoner, who Is confined in tho ancient tnlrnacle wero something exresulted In tho linn's corner In way. What Is neoded, and what will tvuoty Jail. quisite. They were a dream of lnwuty and they are the seven seals. Bt John failure. IsIonsawa scroll with seven seals, and como Is tho seven thunders. There carved out of loveliness. They wero made A conflict iwtween tho whites nnd ne (llrls henteeirril for Arson. "Who Is worthy Is drunkenness backod up by a capital of hnmmered gold, stood In a foot of gold hoheardnnongelcryi , groos cf Port Bend and Brazoria Counties, Adrian-- Mich., Oct. 2a Throo Inmates and had six brnnchea of gold blooming all to loose the reals therr" Take eight or mightier than any other business. IntoxTA.f U fraredon account of a lynching, rflho btnto Industrial Homo havo bocn foolscap paper, paste them liquors enough In this country to nnd banc Van !.rn was assassinated by a ne- wn ten rod by Judgo lano, in tho circuit along In six lilies of gold each, lifted lips of ten sheets of rt1' tbem mt0 a 8Cro1'' ftml icating navy. Good grain to tho amount of float a their together and gold from which the candles pi I Nat Natanlel, who was strung' mhitU, to four years at tho Detroit IIouso gro nam places Ci.050.000 bushels annually destroyed to ft Correction. Tholr names aro Mlnnlo holy fire. And the best housos In anv city havo the scroll at seven different uphy a crowd. sealing-waYou unroll the make the deadly liquid. Breweries, disClara llico nnd Maude Baduley, ought to be the churchos tho best built, scaled with com to Wm. Wamucx shot and fatally woundeil (aross, one of these seals, tilleries, gin shops, rum palaces, liquor aserimo consisted In setting tiro to the best vontilated, tho best swept, the scroll till you Wm. Brown In Washington, D. UM In a t tho Croswcll cottugo, whero they woro windowed and the best chandellered. and then you can go no further until you sociations, our Nation spending annually quarrel omt aotue monoy. Both men are lodced. on the nlcht of September 1. Two l.og cabins may do In neighborhoods break that seal ; then unroll ogaln until $710,000,000 for rum, resulting In bankcolored. Kasoclatcs aro yet to bo sentenced. where most of the people llvo In you como to another seal and you can go ruptcy, disease, pauperism, filth, assasBase-baClub has bees The Athletic log cabins; but let thoro Im palatial no further until you break that seal; then sination, death, Illimitable woe. What Scrlmm Fire In Iloston. sued for damages by n women, for lujurhi 'o. Prochurches for regions whero many of you goon until nil the seven scnls are will stop them? High license? No. Moral 20. Tho storage building Boston. Oct austnliiod by ttelng struck by a foul ball, thopcoplo llvo In palaces, Do not haven broken, and tbo contents of th entire hibition laws? No. Churches? will do It; bn Lewis wharf, adjoining u largo Govern hatted over the feiico of tbo club ground) better place for yourself than for your scroll are rcualed. Now, that scroll with suasion? No. Thunderbolts luont warohoutiO, was guttca ny nro, causnt Philadelphia. ing a totnl loss on building und coutonts Lord and King. Do not live in n parlor seven seals beld by tho angel waa the nothing else will do it Beven thunders. Mm. I.avra Ilt'itNH, daughter of the lnt Yonder are Intrenched Infidelity and put your Christina kitchen. These prophecy cfwhat was to como on tho than tl00,uoa Tho property stored J. II. Ingraham, author of "Prince of tl' of more building, conslstlug of cordage, and condlostlcks of which I speak were earth; it meant that the knowledge of atheism, with their magazines of literaIn tho seven IIouso of David," died nt Mobile of burn hemp, Jute, cotton, hldos, tallow, spices, Christianity; their Hoe not made out of pewter or Iron, they were the future "'as with God, ami no ture sculling at our cauiod by the explosion of an oil cau wh. flax, etc., belonged to fifty or more firms. golden candlesticks, aud gold Is not only a man and no angel wero worthy to open printing presses busy day and night lighting a fire. anys Christ opened It and There are their blasphemous apostles, Moat of tho property will provo a total loss. valuable but a bright metal. Havo overy It; but the m aud libertine To Kave CrtAffft 31oney. thing about your church bright your broke all the seven seals. He broke the their drunken Tom Palnesw ell as tho past, d Religious, but Koonomlenl the present as A quietly dressed man presented a check ushers with smiling faces, your music first seal and unrolled the scroll, and there Voltnlres ofby all tho powers of darkness (on hts way to church) " I'll Jubilant your at tho liaggago nxmln Punbury Conn., th cordial, your was a painting of a white horse, nnd that reinforced other day and received In cxcliango a ncit just skip on ahead, my dear, and got ontire sen Ice attractive. Many people prosperity snd triumph for tbo Homan from highest demon to lowest imp. What size of un ordiuary somo chnngo. box ubout tho ly paint Pvo nothing leas than feel that In church thoy must look dull lu Empire, aol It really came to pass that will extirpate those monsters of Infidelity catetrunk. A dozen oxprcssmon at onco d ono dollar, nnd thut'a too much to order to bo reverential, ond many whose for ninety years virtuous Emperors suc- and atheism? John Brown's shorter Westelrrd bis luUronago, Ho ainlloil kindly, un "Who made you?" or glvo.11 In other kinds ot assemblage show ceeded caib other Nerva, Trajan and chism about Wlfo (on hU overtaking hop) faces locked the box, and took out a small wheel Christ In the vision broke the minster about "What Is the chief end of Did you got tho bill changed?" all the dltTeront phases of emotion, havo In Antoninus. and unrolled and two long uud two short aUcks. Th again and there man?" No thunderbolts! The soven thuo more expression than the back second seal tolougstloJcahoflttodlntostapJcs at tiio HuBband Ye." Wlf- o-' You will church no a hearse. Brighten up nnd l was a jaiotnf a red horse, and that ders Kfc whoelof per and lower oppoalto corners of tho contribute half a dollar, John?" Hus- responsive. If you feel like weeping, weep. meant bl'odhd, and so It really came to For tho impurities of the world Tbo short sticks then becamo cross pic as cellared, epauletted as well I cantH very woll now. I If you feel like smiling smile, if you pass and tb next ninety years were rod connecting tho long oura, and tho uUCl band as well as ditched; for found a place between tho lower ends ' happened to moot thrco or four feel Indignant nt some wrong assailed from with assassinations and wars. Then Christ as ragged, throned which, at times, makes tho long pieces. Tims, quicker than it takos frlondtj, and I'vo only got a quarter the pulpit frown. Do not leave your natur- broke the third seal and unrolled It, and corrupt legislation, ot a Mack horo, our State and National capitals a hemisto tell It, tho man rud transformed his box left." alness and resiliency home because It Is there Mai U painting literature, means famine, pheric stench; for superstlons that keep .. .i . . Into a wheelbarrow, aud tmndlod It away Hunday morning. If. as officers of a church, which, in snd cenIn squalor Ho roturmxl lu i few hours, rcjiockiM tb taxation; aud so It whole nation Juggernauts century after their Young Softus (who Is to escort tho you meet people at tho cliurch door w Ith a oppression crushing, tury, their wheel and stUJca, and quit town on a wc unattractive Miss Ytnulgretto to din- black look, aud havo tho muslo black, and really cam to pass. Christ went on knives lacerating, their waters drowning, train. Ho waa said to bo an agent until bs trcko all the seven seala aud their funeral pyres burning, the seven ' Hut, my dear boy, how am I to the minister In Mack preach a black for u religions publication luxieo, and re- ner) of thunders . .. nnd from Invocation to benediction opened all tbe scroll. Well, the future entertain her? How can I (latter her, sorted to tho whofUurrow device to ae I am glad Oh, men and women, disheartened at tha have the Impression Mack, fow will come, all of os lis sealed scroll, and when shu U no homely? How?" Old go, hear you not a cartage money. on tut Christ can open it Do not bad way things often of heavy artillery, will wish they that no Hoy rumbling down the sky Don't do It. Speak only of tho und thoao who do como Hurled lu is Cnull. let us Join ibat class of Christians In our coming in on our side, the seven thundeii bad not come nt all. AValUngford, Conn., ugllnoHs of othom. Sho'll Idolize youl" who sre trying to bieak the seven of tho Almighty I Don't let us try to Mrs. Kuth "Hull, of Golilen candlesticks I Scour upthnslx day future. They aro trying to vUebl tlifiuourselveH; they are too heavy Pittsburgh Jiulletin. wlioao greatest wish waa to bo buried la lilies on each binnch uud know that the seals of tbthings they have no business mid too Herj for us to handle; buttled van, walln made from tlw) crodlo In whkh h more lovely and bright they aro, the more pep Into will; and when nil mercy has wua rocked when a babe, ilietl tho other d.y Tho fori)iunti of nn Arizona Christ-It-.with. They try to foretell what Is going uud God all milder mean are exhausted. tit they aie to hold tho light But a faded and Tbieofllii at tho uko of who had otiaaIon to hhoot to tho world to come to them and what Is goin? to come ih.it Judgment will begin Ihiiiideilsillsi church Is a duiuagi wuh miulo fnun tho cratllo and taken to V one of tho t lonentidei liiviid uiNmlLtlmt what cotuposltoiti added Insult to rathet than a good. Cromwell stabled on thiiearlb. They know mailing uUmt ti.J slto waa cotilliuvl to In'1 residonco while ilukh of ihoaevtncandUMl k will I Injury by referring to him aftorwnrds his cavalry hoi sea lu HI. Paul's Cathedral, It Christ ll "is) only one who tan brvaa bexl. Blnco then sho baa hod It kept iu her of the won thuu- U future. Bible piophecy was dons by tlw trampling oa a IS'Mburgh and many now use the church as a place the seal of to asip us to loaded minion-room. Bho scorned to take much pVasurs tell tnings in me uers. In which to stable their vanities and world- - not written ChronieU, la JU A TRIBUTE TO QRANT, Ma ml flee nt Statue of the llero Cn vailed at Nt Louis. fir. Low. Oct 20. After throo years of THE BIBLE SEVEN. Hy Church Is a J do ... rn r. ... Li UiVw.... v:--- ... .i...j tuu. .l', U&Tandlt had Its proto- Qiaj in Constantinople, T of Ood by Cunstan- cformod to base iit lhe Btcond. Built out of cupola with twenty-fou- r f to tbe height of 180 feet; reat bewilderment of mo pported by eight columns Jixty&even columns of bronze doers with atto- clnntlng to the eye of any I vestments tncrusted with clous stones. Four walls .Indescribable splendor. s 'chean ths bulldlnircost 1 . sMtoMffl ltftt.s& ao( 1 if home-mad- lit mrn WJ i ') pfenimiiiiiililii a 1 mm-late- r, 1 sixty-seve- -- cm-rr-tf- tn . U-T- 1 Mc-Ne- al Ilr ll tack-hamm- nt flour-barre- 1 1 , duf d Captaln-of-Polic- e pig-lea- d 1 Ix-s- ll Iliis-ban- hand-shakin- g ll aor-mo- . print-Ing-ollli- xj -; soventy-fouryear- li " 1 M iHMlMyaEsi .&. 711WS tA..YKWlilM'IrII iLVimiVi1)XW,!41 I -- r ? WWlf.'W KWMW'rMII'"-"- "' lOj'T""J'1-tL-r'-L,"r- ; vrtwiiw 'muii ill ) nmrmatmrn M I? lif P fl il Mg?3 rA Wu ffik M mw y xg J) m a? r 1 I u JsJzS'JcCTEt rs kfiy 1 r a iccamnor9aai!K323:s DSGff2KES3BBt?aaW23 fate KL&S 3J3E375T :EX.alLn ri. ? j fi. rsiria!?ESE rjWl goods 5s e&&si -- xSm 13 ts y LK7 Kiev vXJV n ! .A. juVV Ca-3ELJS3L3?- X IDlS2Lj-"5- r 3? - trw ALL THE I..A.TB NOVBXjTIBS fa. I rs M gggi IF frnraiL1! "e 2 UOT A of LADlEb AND CUILDItE&y MtAPt in nil Stylo. tf"A large Hue of Ilrowu-Dosnove- celebrated LADIES AND CHILD It KXk cB- - A H01tft tbe Magnificent Line v( JIE. - fitting nnJ most reliable Shoe made in tlio United Slat.-- . Wvler'-- t i.uke, the licit made and YOUTUi? and DO Yd' CLOUIIXQ, Aekerland be-- t tat fitting Clothing in the market. WJ TUB HICKMAN COURIER. IIICKMAK, KY. A vrii- c C?.iifr MLUw w to - c a-i- '? MVA w TI1UV on m,iv. itr rmI ? HVJ CTxf of MVW ill, I h9 LUAJ now iir vvii.aa:uilniHtit I - f. T JUVUWrDL l..rrw M. I3inofK!n TJr VO&LUkKJ K L 1.11 rioAiw -. I O f :- Putt Xjillk n i iLIJLUi k?l-I Oia fli ami UlUMJk S X-- 7 Tgaa -- n 3U i. 0 f, Oc ol Sept. to say of the Kugeue Unit 1, has 18SS. llrrtuvak nnd SaUtu. V FHIDAYi " i.Huu'H ;t eio.mng niuices tiuti 1li luinutr of tlu lit nulling Here vi iitif iiiit Ultl'iwttii ure to islt our eity for one day, -t Ail)V!iTri AMiOWhll. rueuday, Oct. 30, afternoon and Jf II. Il 1 ftWiCVVaiJiT. ,, , Th ftliM lug iitixtiuiis were irrnliHl evening: ccsb in NovMer lH wore ci.cour. ,n mtahi. iiiul tho.i U, .vrs i f .-tllcvrr hiill 0 rcn, 1 K 'V 'JL Kr.V U V. it A tuMfit nrnwil rf tiTtitianmnlit . t.rttprrly npttruvr). vihifli. on mollon, wir VV5a14 " pBird 'I, t,rtl B " )loia g ur.i.isi; i:rr:t ilnv!iif tH" ntnnle v sited tho Kucene BitiotinU: Ntiii check urieivtl lual (ar lUe .I.os that olii iaiu;i: am) u n,.vrlm..l' n.linlnWm 4lO 'IlilMIVt.," '" iu of ilicm CiumiT or hii holtinnoo'M 1'ioutiitL' Palace hibt the ftu.t praotUcti ivfonn uf lower Huii with SO.OWMWO nnca of land, iri ttilllb aisiiiuliMviir "GSyintftf uleht and went away more than LKhHni4MIHikNr - 1th ta tin! IItft J 5 (" H S'ii.ll fMifl liu.itfou, which U the pitli nml icrlniinril fit) in Itepublleaii land s'itii 'rellrt pleased. The raiaecs are new ana Mill Willmr. Tii"hMi , ... Vrliwitixi". marrow of the Demoeniuo platBigfcl )HUw htrr grabbers. Trxi .,.. I !. (ft. juttracttvo both in and outhide. ' form, appeals irrcsistably to the llIIIMNHM.H ..,... llm Wllharu, hin U PitiwinrxT CLKKr.ANii lms Tho tirst boat is a museum and irdnU. mues ol the pe)ple, and that the riMIB Wlbf 111HM WKUINS AL'Utsr !UU9 l!WW( AM) CUNTINUIW liUllir rw Yvrk w.... KrHtWck . .. ptariiiyrd to icieu' u punide of - Jr-t- f good Roiiftc of tho Aiueiieau oter iuirn ki; .ow ox 6ru 'tn" uieungene combined, In whtcti a K' n lor rw J innriipil-- Mill t irut'ti In hr (Vtitmon men in New Yuilc before U r.n Ml maiftbft half honi's entertniumeut is given, llrnuehni, Uidii, OricL (iNunii, tho saggehU and TmtAUhfcteV MsaT, ri:uf. KKinv kuw nm:. otl'. the election coineri KltK'tillon, Hultrr MMtlrniUf, Ofeik Knpll'H ilol I Ik A number of illusions are shouu, Iu.u. Tut tion of Orover Cleveland. Hut if, Tin I'iiT TrfMurvr itrmntvt UU rporl f(f Unrernm,u tulU! link among which ate Khoda, thing of muhOiua hnl loiLU Jate, while pretending to he deeply enno.V. Ml'CKNFR Iiiih appointed jjiMt. m frqiarU Kjouo wen fer buftoeMaml lulrnU fr CuIIitj. nti. tmu liead witliout tho body; Clorrta, Vbiwhl UtHlUirl lntH r4tt . fv7 'Mr.'iM. Poitcr TliompMiii. Stnte s w llfinit1ilre.. gaged in the national features of New llanos. Tuition pmWi moiil In ilrnv u n " ml (Mil - 00 tho goddess of ilowefs, Tharula, New Kmbroideries, Mhriumu, ireMr. Uoer Han the campaign, and confident of I'rhuirv I'uplU. fir Monlli JU0 . lily IUII lixiug half lady, and tho three I'mIU, prr Mmli llrr-lt- i 3 oo illliMiU New Dress Good, TUITION r tittsit ... success, they eouKl diminish or soil), deceased. ltrHiit Mai rrecivi unJ ontcrl lW I W V UUX .WhiMa Pwrilt ri Muiith headed songstress, besides an InNew Dress Tiinnnings, i diaw off entnely the interest in VRfHltK 71MK JIA.STUI ! Mil. CitUvr.LiND will hi elected, hut 1) Now Dress Styles Print. visible lady, which Is tho latest (lie congressional racta, tliey cab tltM'lit complalnl of U T. Tlic rommiltttf on then tiiete ia Mino real confola lffl4Mkit 30. 4.T 1y novelty before tho public. The Tjler, writ fruitiej (urllifr dim. cv Drois Styles Ginghams, TvUt,ta lot cul.ited that tho cause of tariff re- tion in the fact tlmt one eek from ;vfetU second boat contained the New Wraps, LI lWl. KINK is whit tho leading tori miglit bo roblied of a iiul This next Tnehda.v eettlcs it, which is equal to any, havNew Jackets, On titHti, 01 UiUUrnn t rrlfiiril Deniuoruts count on as sure cer part or Us victory, even niiouhl ing a seating capacity of 1.0(H). ftuiu ew woolen Hosiery, I'jivmmt uf oho (out ih ol a Una Tiik only hope that the tain, and is leganled in Democrat Prenident Cleveland bo Tho stage Is Htted out with ten 0KfM-- J niaiut bliti by tli C;i Court. Now Cotton Hosiery. have of earrying Xew Yuik ie circles ub conscnative, and by And as the campaign prognoses, . fMITIii.S kKIKlHi:!!. New Cotton Uooilsiaeis nno scenery, panned ny aoss is through the division of the the sanguine as far below what it beromes more evident that the man Oc Lmidis. of Ohleauo, the A TV'inc rtnininl ilie Council to re ill tho raco for Mayor of wilt be tho actual tcsults. Republicans are regarding the New riamiols. llneat scenic artists in the busi lrM It in fpHH pviiiviil of a fine of $&, Now Carpets, Congressional raees with more I that great city. poturm u Uj h Oily Court, fnin-- t The entertainment In tlds rriTniljr New Oil Cloth. titan tho Pr"dentvl rnn- AT i: surrusi: ot" n v Mary ; refcrrri t; csrsaiii'r Theui; Is not n Fnno man in the This table leuoa California, 8: bout lasts two hours. Prof. Horn's !; New Towels, oj proiilon ami Krttuhcca OLD ItKMAULK who does not know Miehigan, U ; and Connecticut, 0, lB 0 fiallt Um1 Ul0 inost tiUilltuI birds are tho finest trained birds United State New Napkins, T It V HunduH & that either Cii'vel.uid or Hantaan us doubtful btatPN 'u the eyes of tlII(I tClvo w, l)0 put fortIlf New Table LIuCi, beforo the public, A rropntinoti U hate Aul. maUn Ui1 will be elected President on the uu'ipuumiu Craudall me very good in their FAMILY GROCERY, i.ftaii UIer lil0 direction and by the ow StlUs and attus, (ttli of November. Then why throw .11188 iieilllltM ...... sketch ... .im..iiiuiimiiiiis ui weiuicmm are Slinks, black-face.l New Custoiu-Madah .. of the iintloiuil and .!..... tlU III 1" r IU VllllMM'llt UIRf 1 " 9 yonr vote away on tho Piohibition Ihlunt of cairymg tiiriu. Congressional committees of the nuil the latest st!e NOVKLTUS, Quigiey, tho Midget Queen, is an ticket? artist in every sense of the word. On iMu'ion, Council alntiri)tl. rnoiumuTiKS. Kcpalilicun party, to retain tho at the VKI! P LU WKST POS SIg. Vernnuj tho ''Piro King," is AlU. VHB Chlcajro coopers pet .?1S Illinois 22; Iowa, U; Miuueso-- , three districts they have and SlULK PIUCE. W.L. McCUiTHKS, C. C. great, and hid tvriul MiHpoiiHiin ta tain others, New Yoik coopeis only 7; Nevada, 3; Wisconsin, II ; )er week, tho llnest over given here. Mclu-tyrllepnb-licapet SI. Aeeordtntj to ArojiriKrK stuck ok miki.k am heavy hooi.. also, a iti. i. ami New Hampshire, i,are regard-TarkU. & Kico are good; Miss Kmum SON!. doelrine, Chicago Titittlil !a e;I as probabilities. A great deal tci:rrcUY rni: iia.ua i ter IU IS l.trteJ Kim f Ckarfv 0scmi Is fine; Mile, Arliuo docs a :i taritt' to protect herself against. of Democt.itic inoury is being bet iii9-i- f (WntfaJuftMi Currnpl neat slack wire performance, and Hie pauper labor of ew lork. on Illinois, and leading Illinois .......... - Irlllll.ld of I'.il.t n.k.n(I. to say the shadowgraphs pleased I . - Till li,iiin,.tlu tv ...itlil.. I..... , rusorp,oi loviis.nn pmiMit" lilm Tuesday, Novomlipr Gilt. om ,,, oultlliu lunilcl ciiou of It. To " l. foru morit trhluh Tow ii.vmbei of HICKMAN II AI1B0II. 8.,y tho leuBt.it U well north three , week from npxt Tucmlnv, vill l.u , " tho Mouae, or of thcSemtelihr plpulloii lny. All conil PiiinrmtH ,.,','. .!,' ,',? "J,,;!",')0,"! limes the iiriuo of luln.isMon." Stfty Untl1 Actl'ja They will give their rellneil ex- L'ti, l- rrt!"11 "lattor l,08acss- - A,", tbS St0n eJ are requestc.l to bear this fact in Vj" .:'' , clai'" u'"1 la' ! ' it i,,V ,, niliiil. As for tho Kepuhlii-nniihlliitioii on their bout at the pub- j3 Taken. '"t "'rit ', ""." ?t u ti,n? t u' a Kre,,,i'r a",v lh,,n "'O' lie lumliiift Tuesilny. Oct. 30. Ail Is n mutter or little importance' i onrkr.j,,rn.i Vi'i.! i.i. u.i member. Tho IScconl shows th.it mission, f,o cents. ChiKlreu under whether tlicy remember it or not. i ..,' ":.'" r . ' ' Mr- - Kilgoiu was not ubsei.t from Wajjhisgto.v, Oot. 19. The H 12 v' u'V The cents. Best Ut coi eln, v cvniiinm tw. IIIU Bitimw of tho Hon.o Inn IP thn tariff repnlates wnBcs, l . .. Imi iwo Kei.tutkv me .. now r it that weavifl in one part aa,,fll,lV . "TT. l "" ,uuu day dutinir tho whole of tho loni: hers of tho House on hand wli-. . . .. .. t ..f n.r. i. Company in the "" 'i iiimvmiinry nmy Kit . immuh nun iiiiiiii in Mann nniir ! niir im Kj8inii elosed, aud that he that budv ad iounia lo morn) HXT l uuo )crOay,andlnanotnerp:irtlN. "" ",fc. '"" absent then only bconiifio ho Thov are Jutfcro Montiiomc v .M .k i'erhap the law of supply and aff.imb.iuem. went over to Phllndelnhfa to wit- - Mr. Stone. Mr. Ureekinride, the $2.3.9,000,000. nes.q th liintifUiifr of mm nf thn'miic- ntlmr ivfninnkv iwiLr.vss- - ; U Umm-- m ncrvm,WA aiew. nemandreirtdates wniresmorolmn IaAJ. y D f1 llf iTf f fi fl S M tho Sailtr. J Tho i:ep"blieans are no: r;:hout new war vessels. This id a very 'lanu who lins lieen in tho eity fur f (j EColdaro for Lex- - SJrjaJcidjUfii V wUUtaMa TrwKtpnnitiH fo lnvennntlior bope, and are iiinkiiig ii i!eioratv KoI showintf indeed, for tho pen-- some time, left - 1'olli'lon Nonforfiiliililc nficr thrr y n, lll-- nil nlmi tho line. Tiny ev- - tleman ftom Texos, and he il. where a public leeeptio.i jinrn, mul nil cl.ilins pulil liiiocoiintvwM tliOBAino S:atts that forves high oommendation, butjawaitd hiiu tomorrow evening. iiiiiinil.,itily on receipt of inoofo of tleutli. a urosre't lcct t0 carry in Cfiiint eountv with uinn.ili.n,! Thv imiiii IIII(i went for Ilhifiie In 1831, ami win not the highest, as it claimed for Jtnlgo Montgomery will leave next u tlio Democrat Xfir Vurk,;iiim. Mr. Stone, of Kentucky, Monday night, and whether Mr. "teal towns , iw iii oiunu Dump iui iitjuiu iiuvt wwmivwii t.ui)uuii uiiiv "! w new imo oi ivin niKi ,ier.se " '""imniF they bm.iiiaIv bopefully U" of est Virginij. They ness tho launching. IIo wan in (joiiz miiuiit to inotrow, or icmaiiiH Gloves, diUereut shades and latest ie" Fur Sure Kjc, get n grave ard started before' j nave Huureeiy any uupe ox ew II. IIITIIANAN, Preit. C. IIALTZKU, eeai uiat uay, aim was in u m noro longer, depends upon me t leu. Pint. K. h. ALIIXAMJKU Cmhl COWGILISJYS SAL VS. tho town is gone. Jersey. In Now York, their ouiv f every day that the Houso cat members of the Mifefiissinid Kier Misses and Childrons Tain O'. Df" For Netimli aud Itlicutuatum, Onk of the giand achievements1 hope is that tho Dcmociain sidit during tiio session. Tor diligence .Commission. .Mr. .Stone has been Chanters and Dres Hats. of Olevelauds great administra in tho Mayoralty raco may bring and attention, Kentucky lakes the interesting liimsvlt very much Taney COGILL'S VSASZL OIL. and Felt fur in u mattei of much impur Work. tion is the establishment of bar aoont trades Hint will give them uanuana c cry tune. U.tuce to tho people ot Hickman mnulous social, political and com- tho btate, but they aro einletitly Litest Novelties in Indies aud toT For 1Z ECZEMA, KV. a 2M)LLv:t. won I If. mercial relations between the pen doomed to disappointiiieM. They aud those leading in its vicinity. Ctnldron'a Hats, Koimctc, FeathKVGILL'S PIL3 CIIITMSHT. 'Hie MisMtbippI Jvier CommU- - ers, Tips, rjbbons, tc. I would pie of all parts of this great coun claim Indiana. In fact tliey can't A Jul! r' worth nf coumion car lied try. It is now a biotheihood ofmtlord not to clulni it. Jiiaitthese ... .. stou, which has mailable an np direct special attention to tho ele C33T Tor Tctltr anJ ningworra, . t .!.!. .1..... I i States tho Democratic uowpects A iivturri wotthof emiiuuni cutler propri.xtloii of 5jJ5,300for Ilie Hick pmt line of Hats and Hounets now CDVGILL'S T2TPSR OIMTMSNT. ireo States. 830,000. - on exliibitlou ut my store Uapote, Jure far more encourngin? tlinn in viiniiuiy i o'i nun Biieicii i ino oig uver, we realized in.Maine,". jS3i, when they did cany all "What of A tlcitl r wordi of raw cfoililtijr wool citled some timeago that no money rorpCj0f Derby, Plush Felt all Cc3T Tor Worms, A ilolinr'ri uor'huf a xt saul Mr. ni.iiuo at Uraud Uuplila t,om. All tho Democratic .. -n 11 should be expended for imprint" ,a.w- - nnil llm vcrv latent stlen. uoYf'giu s riucuau'-i- trf era rff)nhHl iu rradv for IMns rwtWrl w pUolt tltt rottrenncf Inula, Mr night, "will be leahzed in crH tllk hopefully and tMaliihiHli-IIii- A dollar a i of uoreti pooij.--of a!!. AH rsUlrctUn- - tumlf for dwIlMM frw f meut woik ut IIIuLiiuu. Since Theho gootls were selected itiper-lltar' wofili uf wol-- n UjBf, ehirth ApprtWil lii ovember." It caliy, whilst tho Itepnbl.caus aro A doilttr'i eountiy wyvt rpiHjiuif- ro r rtir mtnlhi, dlmunlwl at ll.c then a very dangeron.s break bnfnn. with i?rent care, and with an sATisrAcnox aaAiiASThKO on tt (If ,t WHWll 4tvi will boremembeied that in Maine, 0&tl o, and eonfossedlv are light-a- t rate uf K?r cent. nr muduiu. rim jo.v;r hkfuxmuk I72f0curred at Hickman, and it is cyo siulo to the wants of my ' Mio election to which Mr. Maine A liiltarV Utirth of (UntifN of anr n. against odds, daily getting woise. Oreat Iau-- J iiiuuy cuHtoiuctn. To sec them is For fcale by the Proprietor, kind tefers, tho Democrats iuereiiRrd . . a ger is threatened to tho liver mil to admire. A dollar's worth of wmd bla'VU. their vote .'7'Juud the Ilepubli-- I iV) banks and nlso to tho business, isus ii:s:iiius ixiEi, u elegmit lino of Children's J, W. C0WG1LL, Druggist, A djtar wor It of tusnuuii WUjd cans ljfiL'.". ?5ptiiliuu of the elt. Mr. Stone Is School Hats. Don't buy uutil 3011 . II. IiLvmsMN. U M. ALKXAXDKU. C llLT.KIt. Said lien Doerlng to tliePImrlcs A cloth n J.M hki:d Ky. jaUSS tnmg t C, JOUNVCiN W COWGILU J. J W. ALKXAM)i:il. It turns out that tho Demociais. ton (Mo.) Democrat, Wednesday: A dtjliir wurth of hrimn uar.... 1 Si hiuuguruteget tho Cotuinlesiou 10 lue seen them. U(rnr woriJi t vur(h . i" the work necesaiy Also, a lot of Ladies and Chil cimcu mo cuaner election oifi tin not liko lo sen the d'sposl- - A dollar's north of iarli .......... slightly Kid Newark by 1,000 instead of 700 as 'tion that I find in Rome A dtlur' worih cf paint ...... I lb avoid tin thieateued disaster, lie dren's whichGlovep,sell regardless, is Com I will first ieported, and it amounts to a1 to hiing tho temperance question A ddltu'i worth of Immt hc italU-- . 70 hud eommuicated with tho mission, setting foith the facts ,of east. pain of .500 over tho coirespond-- ' into politics. It of coutm; origin A dotl.iri4 worth of am all tk Ind w , CO aud urging the impoitunce of the aowuldliig to mg election of four yeais ago.ates within tho ffrpuLhnw mry, Hr An inspection of my stuck JIANlTACTt IU KH OP TIIK CK! rilKATKI) There is not a cit in tho Union, which, I doubt not, bad the matter A Jollir'n woithof whidnganJ 1'arM 2 3i Commission doing as requested. will convince you that I have tho t uhttoilr IIICC''C) . Mr. Kndioott has ugieed to up moat complete lino ot Millinery that is more dihtincthely a umuu-iiimv when local opt'ou wiir to A iljIlnrV world of bra good'....-- . Al 00 niSEMAlI, KENTUCKY faetuting city than Newark. dail.trn worth of ljrulu, ........ tu proo whateer the Coinudssloii (ioods over offered to the Ladies ho voted upon In the sover.d conn- .Mr. Stone ex of this section, and at prices that A lullar'' nnrih of rirntiiUi...... 2o may recoimneud. t. 'tics. Herein the Southout you A 'lolljrt Wfirtft or Six Tun i..nMn,i trsiHis iiousluas i:ecbriA iikk threat...... 1 4 peels that tho recouimendationiMniply defy competition. tx) nmi mtio circet iroin efforts A iIj iar'rt north of : u v " v rv; r,,,H lfnmm,lJ1tihn tuf V'P liftor tMgnuig tO of this ki'id. Tho very pmposo A dolUr'ii worth of oilcloth .... .- - J i ' vull be faioiable. He will ilmimuu I reKpccttnliy invito 0110 and all .f, innlo'H the success of the Demo-W he.o until tho Commission is heard to come und oxnmluo mv troods t rmiy ?" !!.";: J'1!:..?: CO pHiiiin, rortb of . crattc party in the ICmpiro State uf the local option biw u to re A dollar's worth of liuwarw.... ... II Jl from and action is taken. and be convinced. mcau W nUIn nil who utop uiiu iw Jtdlur'rt S CO move the (juostion outireir from nimom a certainly. The itddltioii-a- l W TravviK.tf men will fiud lliv Un uf kXwa- Till: COMMIHStO. DliCIUKI). politics, and no Democrat will bo A d't'nr'it worth of ouilon thrtid... 1 IS J 0,001) comes almost entirolv ! lion ut nur lioun9. woith of cuttuti jrurn CQ WAHHl.N(jr(.N, MRS, JENNIE JUDGE, found to vote against Ins party AdnltHrx north uf caUiu sucking, I Jd Oct. 1!2. SpC A dollar In ad Jilisn, we carry a full Iin of from Deinoeiatio wards, aud it is friends on that ground, nml ho A dollar wmth of CoroU. ......... :' ntiil.l ffffii'fa(iii(iitl vn Ktniifi tn generally climated that CO FANP.Y ANO FAMILY GROCERIES, ilay rceuived a letter ftom thoHv011"8 A dwllat'ii woHh of itcdleH........ 1 4 J$(h6 01 of Uiem will vote the Dem- ought not." to which wo Invite ntieiitlon. Our prices 00 Miasisiippl lUvor Commlsolnn in ocratic ticket. iMjnvni w;ini TiiitKiTKWim. ton ai the lowest. nru nt regard tu tlio break in tho banks uin:nrx;Mzo MKvtti.M3, uaii.uo!. iiik m;vi:i; ut Hickman und the necessity of Tin: Now Yoik Tribniiola get jim nKNKSi Tho contract between tho Hick D ting u lot of high tariff haions toj V'U nru b ill llnif n If ever . CoutrrcBsman Stone will be homo rellxingit. Thu letter states that lioiifta come out and nay the country Willi " co( a m;io Uu tu it o bum U l" mucr pari 01 1111s weeK and thu Commission has decided not muu and Tiptouvillo Levee Corn- "H:iOK:jyEA.3r, 332ra?TJOK:ir . nas made tlio loJiowing appoint-inent- s to do any work at all in that ii.irt imiiy und tho Mo., Ga., & Tenn. H. bo ruined if Cleveland is reelect Mlh Tiut Will Do WiiATTunY Sav. for speaking: boon approved, CLARK & MADDOX, of tho river until ho made a per It. Company, has cd. The- same fellows lied In the Primvt'in, Sitiirday, Oat 27, The above exnlaius Itself Mr. soiml inspection. Tho letter also ratlllod and signed by both same way in 1831, in identieall (Cor. Ktntutky arid CUnlun btrtttt) M.irion, Satuiday iiL'ht, Oct. 27. ISarucs leuucAts tlio "6tutemiit the H.itao ttrm mul u m A. that the CommiHsloii panlos. Tho conttaot binds the Cadiz, Moud.ij', Oat. S0 MCK.tAXt - - - A' J'., will meet 011 the L'Gtli iiibt., and Mo., Toiin., & Ga. to build a levee, now they omit to allege thut the' t,,at the houbo was not intended 'liiHdiy, O t SO. negroes will ho afterwards make a tour of the guoilnnd sufllcleut, from Hickman, Announce (hat tho have rccthud a will llt,K,Oi but that ho feels that Ful'nn.TiuMd.y iilKht, Iht. 30. 7 and , tho author of the above is a mis Clinton, river to soo what woik bhould be IC.. to tho highlands of Madrid folculed riiock of t'vcrllilf'tf "fiully kept the icbel tlebt paid. Utl. SI. ItiMtrrll, Wtfiinraiinr nitfht, Oct 31. erablc, sneaking coward. A house Bend, In Tennessee, to commeuco in u undertaken. j. 1. kllfb Tin: Prohlbtlon Hpeskers make in tho same neighborhood, tho !Pn.tnilv the sumo within 112 months, und to Mnrriy I'rMy Nqv. KvvrylhUiK and n bitter fight on tho Demociatic malms ;.v propei ty of Mr, Geo. Holm, was complete it iusido of four years, Alu), tin willfrt'h new,loclean the cheap. KHrviP. FmiirdHV Snr 3. continue run party, and, therefore, we auk if destroyed by lire thM week, and ami to put a ntllroad on it within Jiem n XiV. 6. Bclicol HiiiiiiHch. prohibitionists do not feur tli.it by some think through tho spbit of IIAKEHIV, UKUOS, Mi:iICINnS, HOOKS, BTATIONIIIIY, nml(100D.S, TOYS, and PUTUUi: 5 P'ii-h- , Mouili night, Not. C. four years. Tho company assert Fane now making I his useless light tho above, and others think not. expecta- mid have a their intention, hopo and baker. Frctth against Democuey in Kontueky One thing is huio, nacli a Rpirit to The people are cordially Invited SUM'ailCfl, PALNTrf, OILS, WINKS and LUPOUS, or Medical me. Alo, n tion, to comploto eveiything with- IiivaiI each eonu- - out aud hear him at thee that they will diivohomo Demo, ennnot tie too severely condonui appointments. in tho flistycar, but reservo the "1(1(111 Htono AOKNTfl 1'OIf inn VWIIf,! Uivhiic piirrliAMiiI Mm. i: T. fjirdner'n emtio temperance people from .Ml and good men ourywheio will Engineers WilIJouLu, Wucy pilvllogo bnvi at ,H ,,0Ht Ullti c0IIKrep3 e'Hifo t(ii!c of wilt HtatUtusry.lietp liams and of four. will commence aim utlullciigo tlie maikft In thU Hue. Al them ne.t jcur, or boiuo other rally ugaiiiftt it. Holmes adjourned aud teuudned afterwatd (load, Vi I 10, eontm ie to on year, when tlioy may want aud to look after matters to the inter-es- t hum, ut th old niand, a eotoj.Ieu hue t, the survey for tho leveo next need their votes A special collection will be week. Of course, tho success of 21 VKltV NT A EfiLS:. of his constituents. Houeo SCUOQl. BOOKS. car PetflNTHirxiors A NlE:t'EAErY.-t- i next taken at tho HaptiKt STATJOXKHV, this cnterprino depends upon tho In conneciion. Vga Teaina, Uugglen, Congressman Stouo having Sunday night, for muich. H. his canviiMs will be necessarily lprS-lHHXXWSlAIFll9t Ilder 'FT laud subscriptions received in the ka , for hio (Jlte lh a dial. nil tho neople should been ttotafuud at his post of duty Fettit, MA()AZtX!iS,U who is biief and novll flowed districts, but tho comturn out and hear him. so late, is permitted to make only now nu of Ailington, i:y.t An of the ahoro not hintoclc wilt b ovci invalid. He needs our pany's solicitors represent these a hasty cauvnss of thu Dlstiiet, promptly prom rod m anpllcaiion. assistance. prospects as very encouraging so Oonit) and ivo nit 11. S. MULtltBLL, iJ appoiut'uents In all, and tweakHon. Jah. A. MoICnvzin, who Many of tho largest laud SALE AND LIVERY STABLE HSl J. CLINT ELLUOX One of tho nint promising has Just letutued from a canvass far. ing ilny and night to nil ;Iiom owners arc subscribing ouodudf -- IiAW, Hickman is not on the list, but his industilcfl of Hickuuiu Is tho new of Illinois, frays: "Kver, thing in ATTORNflY-A- T lands for tho reclamation of Morris & Illinois looks favorable to DemoFAltIS & PAltKEli, coming here would oi:h have been spoko factory ol .1. Tho contract for building tho their other half subsciiptious to J K UNTUCK V STIIUKT uu ovation to him Irrespective of Son. Tliey have now about -- 00, ciatic Miceoss, no matter how now Hickman College was award- - the railuulcrts tho leveo OM spokes on thourd. Jiarty linen, and liesldos ho strange the statement may appear. od on last Saturday to Cowles & ho void completed within mill con- KKKPS conataatlj on hand for hi r" tho road Is riale A Rood 8nw Mill, with complHo outfit, UIO K MAN K r . sovend days in Washing-toHertweck, na!tzer&Co.,bavo Palmer will be elected Govornor Wickcrsham, of Dycrsburg, Tenn, Can lo hnuttltt ut now In K0(t,l location IIOUBES, KUaaiKS und HACKS. after Congress adjourned bought the iii),le piopeity i(i ho. oud a doubt. He has tho State The contruct pilco was d 11.000. tract time. Ilxflnic tiiirnhaned the slaldc, horse u re(K'nabhprlcu and onreonouuble lcnn lighting for Hickman," aud now lasi Iliokinau. and will havo tail nailed down. Clovolnnd and Tliur Tho foundation Is to be built tills In all the CuUiU v( thir Addreiw, for Information, t fit of W, It. Plumme r Will let Hickman show her apprcela road truck e&cmlcd, Vrect ware man will also have It beforo No- Hill, and building completed next Tin-- longest senion in thennuuls and enhro toon J J, C, UUNMIUIIANT. we routtaao Ihu lualui'SJ, .ind t'lut Judicial blttrUt. by giving him a solid voto. ttou fca-iiukujii, K. vember." IllKtllSl elicit patronise uprini; house (S:c. of CougicHS ende-- l Saturday. thta e.unpaign that the Kenilitt-- I cutis huve intcndeil, witliout ilrww. lll(Jling nttiMitlou to it if iiobailile, to The ftdlowiiiL' tutde iIovb Inti.i.lf.rrtl inlit l!...t I..,1im UiMtlO timkou desperate ctloit to eapture 1 Conservative Ilcnocratlc lllUroNQKlS. ii huh been npprti cut all llirougl qb U'T z: I X I T IJ tliu r uf jVI mra I2T1 imm pala:s, COUNOlh PKOUHI21)IN(5S. lltfKMiif, Kv., Oct V3J9&S. Council mot. Preiit, Major Murrvtl; LninrllMHii, Wmtmc, Calf, Urwtit ltuck-iiir, 3C BTBODT ca K 11 Tho following nvausille Courier extract is what O DESL IE lBI k - ro" Call - A ro.-o- e I ! HATI .' " H to lY'dul. JLV--'- -L' i H . GOODS, t. fr- . 1 IA lb-- tl f.r 31 as T lin.-inoR-R . - Wi-.lt- re-ele- u UN .... nflli: Ml li J- . I -- I K W . i . i W. HUGHES, A. B. opera-hous- , Itepuh-Henn- a - dem-ooi'iU- '.! i.t ti I i j j in-- fret uci kn -- GROCERIES tji O ofi-ort- e d V I V ""stott:es. ' ob-ta- , as n t.iin I hMUn ,.,. e M br.J " ,., ! , f.' ?, 'V"'. - ' ""-"- "" -... I ,'." .!.'. Mutual Life iBssranee Company, Largest, Safest and "'" i - """"; '..;, t . n jut i i 33 "7 World f'izH - ASSETS 1 to-ni- Paid Policy $23:5,000,000. .m-to- j &- ' .iuht Aiu-ivi- nt vr.t What to Buy? A. A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, 1 Sy. I ' HICKM1UI BA rp.flli 1 1. I . I j lead-Monda- ' uj.-tl- .... - CAPITAL, ..--- A i 1 1 , -- -- .. JDIH,SOT02S. 1 ti YV i 1 Jdiun-'tred- 1 Kin-"- iz........ w 1 u 1 HO SL iowi:i "3? comhkik;) a HKRTWECK. EALTICR & CO. ;. 1 -- : . .,a 1 ' i -. ' ':, ".'7 "J 1 three-l'ourth- s 1 r. ao uo-- OUGLAS3 BROS HICKMAN" T. ic WAG01T, &: C?Qr STRreiySiit ' Mayri-lt- i. Wtjihip-idn- W Thui-liy,N- Grocorv. lew Book Store CITY find-cla- X.H3 BUTOPIBa SHOP, il. . Domestic Sewing Machine. MILL eon-mime- d Far Steele ir prut-lir- : ..("j, vJ u m ; w wmisaa wa '' i T' r t , I TI)' ,i H f v- -r tf -- s; "1 S- w la o 4s -- ' A"ni r asi y zla riiVWi I -- 3F WiMiariMW 2S rifi That accounts lor tho immense trade wo have had since our return ironi market, and the necessity for our having to purchase Will pwlyiJP ra ED Tell sMP sly? jeib x3 .m user $ tMa Every jt t&t uera :m- & teV? Ti p ! li o I -NOW strr iesl Tor IV :bl jfl i5 is u jsel jam el ,jj uwos1 azu ;ss c; :ns I - W E HAVE T Ifl o GOODS, o THEY 1 17 MUST iolg o IB 13 T SOLD Don' I Foryel that, it means that we can't put Illy Pwfits on than, for we can't keep them in the house, and ou V Don't lie p r i ee5 Fine Shoes. A llig StocW of vi THE ill Clothing. FINEST LINE 1.1 R TOWN ! a AMI TJIt: I I er I Iou! I ' School Shoes. Boots. JM' Til i: GIESIEOKE, PKIESMK-S-ES.'urixx: ui3GT org zzjivrizi cnnaili into bu S Overcoats. You nevrr mw Mich Cloaks, Wraps,; Dress Goods. Underwear; 1 t 11 TPeiT.T f armvezi iMIiAJI fcW Mf wi any but "U l13' MX33ES, HEAVY SHOES, "TiLO llOMt J MOJJtlM NO M Giarat," hlNltllOl'. mttws nnYM In wlut n,i OHILDRDN3, vntiTUB. lli:"4'l PITTING, Wc Claim the Ail lir.H'r maims, MAc? IUvo got a llitf Stock, Immense Stock Low Prices Ami Jackets. Tho Handsomest Lino wo havo river had. which la uavliicr n. The most Klcgant Line of thcc (Joed- - ever brought to Hickman, the Uilic all wy o. rrrn.t Hnnl I TV . GIESEOKS, nO OTIIEU A3 OOODI - wX 1",;:;,;;,; GIESECKE'S BOOTS ANO SHOES. ' 1. Y l'lll jPrioomoyor'a, II o . I i v: OTLOT -- AMI n CtiOS00lS9'i3 j PAIR WARRANTED!? . w, h i:,nw s.,i, ..f OiCjCL. Jnf UUU,,U lU OUI Thpm TllliV MUHT iO! jCKn:HTM.VM4TOWN,i , "ffSffKtaiPHl niUIBI EvcrvlIv can nnn f f11ft pP?ftQ I Wo hnvo had Larger Saleg In thla nnnartmont than nvnr hnfnrn A TjTTgg mir-ra-e- i urfl SnUS.' .TliJJY Too MUHT col And the QUICK, We can't afford tu carry iheni rncrf will, at o ' Wc ,"?Sfr"".. rlferi7b nut OU l.a-ftSSJHa- 8L... them A Mafti..r,ccr.t Ur.c cf 1 Now 1b tha Pricps andlBtSoa to supply yourself, ana, ua . .i.n.Mo-...r.o.- iTiiY us for a tfuiTi D0M7 FAIL TO LOSS AT OUX CVEF.C0AT3. luve marked them. Conic qiUV If you i ,iniiinuU if you uui iuiwj uiuij, ,,UJ uJ tl,uuv wu Ul ir HLAXKKTrf ami COMKOUTrt, .IKVXS, LLVSKYS, KLAXXKI-S- , DOMKSTICS, GLOVES, IIOSIEItY, Ac Every Line Complete, and ALL MUST BE SOLD! Come Quick Want Choke of Bargain ! -- t&t ?i -- mm msi mr4 S ss a& n Every voter in Hickman and Don't you know that tho feelvicinity, h respective of partv, ing toward tho Southern peoplo anon IISWA POP. AT.TJ" white and black. hould voto for has been moro fraternal and kindHon. Win. J. Stone. Head tlio ly under Clovclnud'H admiuistia-tioCA"2"OE, tnHTKS ATTtll I Hptolies and seo how earuebtly, IL M. Maxwiux dcstieR tlio( xyn iiii-y Vvii I ruTiV at,IIIT than it was utter tho Kepuhll Ueiro-- I peifiistcntly and gallantly he is eauef Don't you know that tho CouittKU to Mtitto to tlio , x.vuu.KM'r KepuhllcatiB keep alive neetional crit8iunl Koptililicaiift of tlio Hiir. Mrs. Jones Millinery Baiasr, country, that IioIiiih taU ruunillii prejudice against us, and tueroliy fi e niipredutloii. Tho cu tlio turitt' by tlio lioniH, mid in1 and examine the large and elegant bll?w injure our local prosperity! Then, belling Koodaat UdiculoUHiy low! P"Wcuiib mvo no ehauco to elect vshy should wo not voto for the of HATS just icceived from NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &t., fc- piiccs. Xcw York. Also, an endless va their candidate for Cougtesu no neaeo and prosperity of our aa: 3we -- . Cleveland homes, and liety of KovuItieH in Itlbbou, way. Tlio wluiilboal war lobucd' !!ln!s. Wings utid Feather. You k Uvti iO,hCuH. , ItiicltlriiTH Arulri h Sunday iiijht of Ktiiidry iaukaut'8j will find in herstoio everything The Hkst Su,vk lu the orM for Cuts, Man led, at Moneovr, !Cy., on the lGlh Brui m.", filO,, kept in tlio Millluciy line. Also, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, fijusica! Goods, of fri'U'liti valued at about orti Ulcers, SU Kheiini Kevcr That he has ever carried, and at PSICIS as L0V7 as tholLOWEST. hi U Ik and on Monday idplit tlio saloon of a full lino ot Goods for Fancy Intt. At llto .Metliotiiit tburcli, Mr. nt the Nnfis Tf tier, Cihiw1 Ilnntltf, Chllhlaiiiff, Morri to Mi-VAa (.irnvrA AUo. . 4 II. (J. .ludtfe was onteri'd and iO Work of all MikIh. Ever tiling Mine lime anJ place, Mr J. II. Morri tu turns "na all ckiu hruptiom, and pol- - j sif t rv CUJLLVL ff or fTw lJ xxxp r v itakou from tlio cash drawer. Tlio has been done to 6 ecu re for her Mu3 Jenuie AUnzriiiu the ilc. Fiiil- lively cures I'itw,glv iuperfect ifitlrd1. It i f rmtufacllon. UgunraritPC' to i JKWIILU ciiHtomers tho most choice and U) tuiiu ptitlor, odiuHiin. i vmrt ctK i petty lliieveM aio at their work . or money ri'lmitlui. I'rice 'J er ' conU , t Tlie ftbovc K'litlviueii rc brotlicMj "tre jnxiiin, and will iieccKsitiite u fov select line of goods in the maiket. box. Tur ftale by J. w. iuwgiua Drug- - Ho does not fear to compare prices with anyono; and, in fact, Ida Mined at tldt plifc, anJ are jk4.mM of Xono can fall to bo pleased. mil tor mum. gin. Stock is complete in every Department. tiliotun.i being K.nl P"Wt lit tell htltiK nml Iiae Patronage Holicitcd and batfnfuc Wr Call and examino his goods beforo buying olsewhere. the confiiieticc of titU coiuiuuuUjr. 'J'he sciM tion guai auteed. ct:nff uatus src uauiitcr.-- , ot rrsijct-ulTho UepublicauH claim Hint 00', Four liu.itlroil Fulton county rHtciitP, uml posiueil of refinement, In DemociatH in Padncau have pledgDemoor.itio voters stayed at tcliietico iil beauty Tim fntlie lfl ed themselves to voto tho Pi City Judge Tliumntf, of laiiu- - home" in tlio last (ioxeruor's raee, The May field Democrat is now tr of our socul njclely, Bhtllti ticket. It is so plain that very being Issued as a and atimii tlieilulifi for their future life cah, lined county joilgo Speiico atid the either Cleveland or Harrison one o "l,u"llu"ri,l,t is a credit to the town and its pub- hawwitl ihuftenH(li nttiim romjiinlun ar 1UU for druukeuueH, &itimluv.i turo the Slate. Let every Demo-- ! lishers. the editorial tlitp .May thi'ir fn U lon in the Unl, will bo elected, and that u Demo I'lUbUuiiiiKi or eouihe, thai H,t.nit WIH reml ,tliln,iiiuko himself woik on the Democrat Miows an ihnr tojrnge over finoyth eurfacej, their crat voting for risk in Kentucky ttent,r uiiparaildnl, Ifielr ulil Hge ht county Jmlgu was fulli iih elir- - u (.Mevehuid elector to'jzet at leant, improvement alongside its busi- reft of thorny vx icrieiiu.i, their uill from Injures Cleveland just that much, Elfoct Auu my llouxi-kiwpin- g & lucid conis no od, wo bay hurrah lor CImiIiv one ol these "stay athomes" to ness and typographical progress. nlr (tranliii, it.il their UiOU (U'fltKr witli Iibhm of lit v iircnt ... hC V,l that thereexcept other they want clusion, that lioJ a cefialn'y .the pollsruepduy week. Tariff Off At Lastli' Good IN'OWS for Onol! y. BURUNGAME, 3r, KY. i o k: Stf; 3'r ;;'J!!S Ho-lin- jiah Tin: ebittttch:"?, iajj.oi' Tm "51 F fa f ie-ele- h $jj Mji a yf u njj 9 i I p-- it r !.' tsIUnderwear j iir-- nt I LOUAL NHWS. old-bitio- u o , 3ForALE,OiEAP! li A. IIUKLIXOAMI-:. i HMTC fflPHOT W. JNO. MORRIS SON, BAST EICS1A1T :r.v'UxweTuni::nH Prop's, i -- cJ ill ' I c?3Knnscas3aFHET sriraracjsjcEras Ll UtibIn(onTri Miikouui anil Me mtgette, no eirous. will exhibit in CO wuTO II, r.y w - .wMwr fwa..f C. tAXWKLl6 wryMyna n A Fresh Supply !Slao)c and Fancy Groceries t ' T lirrv urt t"Ur In t hrntk IrMitit tni ilnty run, lfii tlirv iwrt, ti( no arl ; tMbitt it(, thfir vwult r ou. th-- fnl. wttviMf4iil rtuvr, Cleveland defeated. oi I h'-'-" ' Hlukman, Tuesday, Oct turuoou and idlit. l-- 5Ut li, it f i i j which we will always sell at the lowest market nite-- . -.1. AMiinmV.s So.ns. e of I.'.c cojiiiuuui'y. iJiiirfii" QUIU. PAUTXK21 WAATI3D, f 1,600 nr 'J,000 caih money, to LiimU in a lucrathe mmif)ctumi nenn; or, thtttkiiui ttlll ample given, profded tfruifl, time, A.c rin Ik agreed tl x hi AddreM A. I), C.( CoUMl.u olLce, for full information. With en-rs- o nUCMIAXAXIiMaiii-Melegant lino of (ieni-- ' nothing,; the het fitting, be- -t made and the; chinnrt in Iliekinan. Call ninl hCo tliem. next Tuesday. ltobinson's 3 Floating Palaces, Agents for Morris Machine Works Engines and Boilers; CQr WILL GRIND JIKAL EV12WV tor, MUn Pate, of ),cishurg, are visiting .Mrs. Thou Kiikpatilckt of; rtds city. "W-Th- c LA IlflvS im" all "highly ' Mrs.dos. Kiikp.itiick and sts-- j Keu Cioods AIT H Hurrah ! r&--j ! BATURDA. auglO-ly- . E FURNITURE. FURNITURE, , ID , plruHl with MiviiananV nVpl.iv of AViir DUISS UOUlJS and TIUMMIXU& Tliev hy lliev arejiiht too elegant, ami hOilii:r, ami all such bcautiltihaiU'-- . Don't (all (o seo them before buving. If nltitianii'i la'lnti ) Better doods! Jus! Received and Opened al Ihe Lowest Priced House in Hickman! on tho Counters of this and embraced, in elegant profusion, all the Luled Notcttie in DIIKSS GOODS ami TKIMMlNCiS to inatoh, Ladies, Misses and Cliihben's WRAPS of all styles and qualities. I.oumj The people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich. Little hoys and girls arc singing-- little babies are smiling, and everybody is happy, all caused by the great TEPIIENS & nBYLER, C DCALEBS IX- - OPE1TIITG " O S t THE g EEJ2 Furniture and Undertaker IUCKHAX. ARKOKKKKlNfl WEreJacrJ price.' Wecsrry ll crmlrn full line, i u floods U HI Ml linr !'iiliiriifl. Muhuui, Menagerie, and Otaud Opera House, will bo in Hickman,; Tuuhdjy, Oct. 30lli. Tho Vonng Men's Christian Association will meet lu tho Mctli1 (nlil church, Sunday afternoon at l o'clock. Kwirybody roapectful Wall, of"OayiM has re- turned from buying his fall anil winter stock of goods, and is open lug up a large stock of beautiful F. "" j TIIK.DISl'LAY l. H H n A Dty Seoigj Clothing, Boots, Shoes, if $IS,000 i1i"wJLtlbL Siingiil Stools, . ii of JQb 0 C E3n m)H Ki:N'ru;trv. if bR KjI iats, Etc., Vlaln, Mnllitm ard Fine Furniture t greatly at all Umen ot CHAIRS, JtOVKBXS, TABLES, IWHKAUS, W'ASUSTANDS, WARDROBES; CHAMBER SETS MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, Jc, HI ami b convince!. the lowest Ami wecunrantcf ourprUeAto illiconul all VXVERTAKERS Stir Wvnrvliil.unrteron a Urce n of Wooden GOODS, ami Ourlul Cnscs. eotue-ti- t nt.d Metallic Ion in Una hue. We carrr tdT Kepairing aud Job Work a niwclaliy. ie k 5 goods at lower prices than ever.j Call and see him and bo convinced, oct Ml Kugono Koblnson's II Floating Palaces, at the wharf, lu Htekmau, on Tuesday, the,'10th. It Is not a circus, nor any class of ciitcttutu-iiimi- t to ofTeutl tho most moial or religious. See programs, and attend. Miss Smllo Hright, formerly Art teacher in Central Academy, HiokiiMU,lsuow engaged as teach or in the Art Department of tho Mayficld College, says tho Demo HK MAMMOTH STOCK OK CLOTHING for Men, Youths and Rovs. has no euual as re- gttrds Style mid make-umagnitude of duek, or Low-ueof Price. It simply knocks out all competition. p, Which is oll'ered to tho people at really their own prices. Goodbye high prices! THE NEW YORK STORE has come to stay, and Hickman will soon be on a BIG BOOM ! RELIABLE Has n Bplenditl frlock of the very best innkcH of all kinds of Hardwaror wbiebure ottered at OX L PRICE, and that tho very lowest the market ss STMMiK DKl'AUTMKXT Is replete wild Haruiinq'in tleans, Flannels, Jiinoy, Domes- ties, Tahlo Linen, Yarns, &i 9 J 3 orat. i SIIOKS? AW1I, NOWK JvIJNTUCiCY M I.v South wijst Fru-- nlimiM nuilc! Tliey always hcailijuarturs for fuotvear. I n .CANWIIWKDi ; A better seleetion of Gknts (lo(ii)saml Ki:aiv Maui:' mhiiimi Oi.ontiNu, lh)ois, Suor-s- , Hath,! Oath, &c,t than we have in our Stouk. a OK THIS HOUSE? Well, you may l" htrancr in "tlicco jtarts," 1 will loll von iilil citizens know without buiui; (ulil, as above, is town and as ita reputation, country tiiic. htninger, these lew lines relate to uio house ot" jioptilar, ami AND n, THE NAM 13 0 mean lohul tee my that wo will hell these goods tloun at We 5 MOCK BOTTOM PJUCKS. and fliittpnntrr. SnHsfiininn. Wo iipii Ituh-b- er Ail goods guaranteed to bo exactly as represented. CLOTHING. IComo and seo our Domestics at! Would you helievo it, wo have a justifies. To Suits worth $5.00 fur 81.00. W oc, anil you will want 1000 yards' 'ol Towels, with faucy W) 8uita worth 87.50 for 85.00. ) at that price. Wo are soiling' borders, at 5 cents each. J 50 jjooil SuitR nr. 83.50. lOo Domestics at 8c per yard. m( ' iltibt think I A good milt forCo.50. HKKB YOU AUB1 )o( ,v big lot of Calico at 5c, woith Oc. HlK lot 812.50 Sulla for ?8.50. 75 hpriiif: Bt)lo 5 Sultb for Our 5o Calicoes nro tho best in SIIOKS! SIIOBS! f Fine Suits at bi hargaiim. tho IUurkt!L-j0In thlb lino wo offer big bargains: )o( ( $L 25 Shoes for 81 00 J PANTS. LADIES, A'lTEXTIOX! Look! 200 paira I'autfi at t)0e per !! H fm Cood fancy 'bordered haudkor- u pair. Hi: baruaiu! Come qaiCki chiefs at all piicos. Jfj" Good PanlH at 81.00 per pair. Heil Spread from 75o to 85.00. rt fin it i o L'" Pants worth 8U.00 for 8L25. ) .. Ibices and Kmhroidorios in all va. (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) uu " a 75 Ono lot PantR worth 82.50, f.1.00, iietietj llt tl0 ew York Store. 81.00 and $5.00; como get Ihem And so on. Pleaso ponder oer )o( for 81.50,82.00, $3.00 and f 1.00. these prices a few minutes and DIIKSS GOODS, Jo notice the amount of money you Como ami see our elegant stock of ... It . .. .. 11.11 Plllk U4ltit 4... xaiieru. ia iuw ugurcs. CAN YOU SMILI3F ....tM.v. liiuuy 10 dozen Mcii'h lints at 25e each, Boys' and Children's Shoes of all Oar stool; of Huts and Cans wft Tl'st ?.1 ,KNCI), with new STOCK, out and out. fine, tyUU illdS lor j tKM3 rcusjuublo. TatioiiuKu Kollclted. Thebo nro ood lIatH,aml to et kinds at piicos that will imrulvzo ofl'or at very low prices. yon with astonishment. one you will have to eomequiok. A Mfi lot Uoisets very low. 8-- 3FS.E.i.:Ou 3F3S.3SS.3l S3jlX2. S S6 SEST4EB, KOOFING A SPECIALTY c- ' of Hftw LI?eiy Stably , KENTUCKY,- i HICKMAN, I i Iilf well-know- low-pric- ed beatltpiurters for all hinds of Goods ami Gum Coats, and always keep the best brands. se28 J. Amiikiwi's Sons. H. M. Who will bo H -- MAXWEIflr, call ami verify above htatement. So, kind reader, after you have carefully read this advertisement, which is giu'ii to you in good faith, we ask you to consider awhile, and if you want to save money, KINGMAN & BOMAR. THE OLD RELlABLEf CIIAS. A. IIOliOOJSlBEli -- Our eltizcus should hear in mind tho Concert at City Hall tonight. Such line homo musical talent as Misses Hello Fortune, Katlo Kingman, Kutum Hewitt, Messrs. Will Fortune, ,L IL and T. K. Waggoner, assisted by others, will tako part. Hickman has not for yeais enjoyed hucIi u musical treat. Tho programme consists of Doiaooratio campaign songs, and other favorite musical selections. Mil-lot, mobt linppy to have you COMB J & ;c2 TO 5?C3 "XOCEi 4 iLSiLd VM.HO JSIAVOX "J GOLDSTEI3JT i GOLDPARB, a c a mb :a: . w Did rjs? vmmW" :w& & HIOEMANy ii:u,i:it i.n- - Ulil'GS, U8DIGINIS, UM ID mMM, Jfiic ac c; SOT jr. jjls: j uar, tst j BRai.HB33CanfM NEXT 200R II. M, KASWSLL'B ESNTUCSY. Bl'ltlSSCrTIOLVS CAUEFL'LLY COMl'OU.NDKD; Trap BKUHKB ! ,( r tl A I jl y- 1 the rate of wages was determined by THOUSANDS HOMELESS. the tariff. The samo fact Is Illustrated A Fact That Hpaks Volumes In rat or During tho last forty elsewhere. of Tariff jtefurui. Hero Is a fact wotth cttcntion from years, in which England has baen AN INSULT TO LABOR. o country, those who want to know how a high what is called a Kdwin F. (JoulU l'ruvrs Ills t'harfies titrill works. It la a fact that speaks tho rates of wages have Incroasod ,tglrtt the ltepublliHa Candidate. from 20 to 150 per cent., while tho Edwin F. Gould, Korretry of Dis- decisively ot tho tendency of high pro- hours of labor havo been reduced 20 tection. trict Assembly 106 of tho KnlghU of From 1850 to 18C0 was ft tlmo of low per cent, and what tho laborer conof Indianapolis, tho author ot tariffs. From 1SC0 to tho present time sumes has boon dlmlnislfod In oprice. tho charges against (irnoral Harrison y the ratHof wages in rclatho to hl action In tho ftrlko of has boon ono era of high tarirR Well, from 1850 to 1800 tho number England aro 12 per cent, higher than 1877 hm como Kast to mako spcochci of families increased from 8,593.240 to in protected Germany, and C5 per cent, for Cleveland and llmrman nnd 5,210,1)34. Tho number of to pn rato higher than lu protected Franco. HanlHon't labor rocord. H Raid All this bhovrs that however much dwellings or homos in low wai iJb'J,-69to a Now York Xews reporter: ho that ln that yoar, after u long higher tho rato of wnges may bo in '1 furn'shed to Mr. New twelve statements from twelve bona tide members of labor organilow tariff period, thoro wcro 211,242 Uiln country, and however desirable a sations who participated In the strike and who families In all the land without sepa- tariff may bo for certain purposes, it wereprcsent at the meeting at nhichMr, does not regulate tho rato of wages. . made the statement, all of which furnish rate homes. determined by othor considera sobcluftW tv o lht ha Rutlly ota tbe use- 'lhm came tho era of hlffUWVfTK. Thnt is such as demand, Intelligence, ot sucb evidence. Mr. New made nronoIn 1870 tho number of families with, tions, sltlnthat th language should be submitted to a committee of business men. After pro- out homos had increased WMSG,610, offlclunoy, hours of labor, and tho opcuring the statements I appointed my portion an Increase of 12 J por cent In ten portunity of advantageous change. In of the committee and Invited Mr. Now, ac- years. England, for instance, tho land Is fully cording lo agreement, to appoint his members. Ten years Inter ntlll undor a hich occupied; but In this country thoro is Instead of appolntmi his portion of tbe com farm land enough in tho Wcit to emmlttee be placed himself in the posttlon of a tariff in 1880 thoro were 090,108 homo Juror on bis own case and declared the evl. less families in tho United fitatos. So ploy ten times as many ceiceof no value, claiming, however, tbatlf I would procure ai affidavit from any person lo tbo increase In twenty years of high us thoro aro in tbo protected industbe tfficl that Harrison used tbo language protection has been from 241.242 to tries and glvo Ultra a bettor living with which he was charge. be would prosecute UU0,108, or Homethlni? morb thun 200 thun thoy nro getting. If the actual such person for perjury, thereby giving amount of wages paid in this country v the coirts an opportunity to determine per cent. llarr son's cu It or innocence la the mat Hero is something wortla serious bo largor than in England, yot Mr. ter Mr, Now having gone back on thought. As a direct rosuft of tha Hlulne said, when Socrctury of State, bis nrst proposition, I accepted his second, and in ISSIt Tho inequalities in tho procured an affidavit, the original of wblchl tariff policy tho llopublluan party prowages of English and Amorlcan opor-iitlvhave with me In my possess oo, verifying every poses to maintain, tho class of homething contained in the statements. I forwardaro rnoro than equalized by tho our population ed this afQJavlt to Mr New, together with a less peoplo among greater efllclency of tho latter nnd demand that he enter suit against tie affiant doubles In number every ton years. for perjury in accordance with bis sceonl prop What is tho natural inference? Why, their longor hours of labor." Tho os tion and give us the opportunity to exonerthat tbo rich aro growing dehor and Amorlcan luboror does more and hotate Mr. Harrison or prove him guilty, as tbe tho poor pooior all tho while. Mill- ter work in a shorter tlmo. It is that Jury mtsht determine. Mr. New, in bis editor and tdmllar facts which detormlno tho lal reply, says thut be deems tho Kaigbts of ionaires increase, there aro colossal Labor an irresponsible organization, that he fortunes hore nnd there, gorgeous pal- ratoof his wagoH,andnotthotarIff. But will not protecute tbe am ant, butthst he till if tho tariff tax worolald, nsls pretendplace In the hands of prominent Democrats aces multiply, but tho number of humthe two thousand dollars reward conditional ble homes uro decreasing every yoar. ed, merely to maintain tho high rate of that Secretary Bheerln, of the National Derco Tho tariff policy of the Republican American wages, the only Just way to r ratio Committee i Chairman Jewett, ot the In lay It would bo to adjust tho duty so as disna Democratic Blale Committee, or Thomas party is enriching tho few and impovto accomplish that roeult and no more, Taggert, of the Vanon County find) Demo- erishing tho many. cratic Committee, will father tbe cause. jook around you. worldnrr.monl Js because to do moro would bo to compel "In nro since written Mr. New to the effect pay a higher prlco that the Knights of Labor Is a responsible or-- f this not tho truthP VUvetatvl iVofti all consumers to not to maintain wages, but as a bounty anlzat on, as was shown by h s own efforts In Dealer. securing the services of Charles H.Lightman, Us to employers. Tho tariff, howovcr, Is General Secretary, tor stump the Htate for HarSomo ono has asked us if Mr. not so adjusted. Not only is it very alson and Morton and, further, that Motirs. bbcer n, Jewett or Taggurt are none of them Morton Is not a ' cultured" man Yw muoh heavier than Is necessary to Ho is well acquainted with Itnlltm maintain tho rato of wages, but It pays members of the Kn ghls of Labor, do not profess to know any thing ubout Harrison's conduct work. In fnet, ho prefers 'Imported an immense premium to tho omployor, any wuy represent the Kxco In 1877, do not in utive Hoard of tho Knights of Labor, which Is Italian artists who work tor toe which Is a moro gift paid out of tho author ty for the charges ugaiastMr lUrrisont hours at feeventy-ilv- o cent a da' uud earnings of tbo people, by which Infcth4t under no consideration wdt I or the llvo on macca and water in winter, dividual fortuned aro enormously InKn ghlsef Labor recede from the posit on creased, but for which tho public gets U'tc in tuo matters and have therefore and water and melons in summer. Kftfit94 of Ht. New to taUr suit sod trans- - i afcroi , jt) Labor BtaMdr no advantage whatever. Moreover, nttendant upon thelllninomoetinffthut ho tako a copy with him. Detroit Free l'rtss. freo-tradTo-dafreo-tradex-po2, Har-r.so- n d-wage-onrnors TARIFFS AND WAGES. employers who Insist so lustily that a act business with the Kn!gfcef d,rerJ THE COMMONWEALTH. them, or those authorlied to reprf Tbe Public It Fast lUglnnlne to fls high tariff shall protoct Amorlcan Dmoc not through the mouthpiece ef That They llnve 2to Connection. labor agniuRt thn paupar labo? 0j rmviujtnowhiu a military company CB party. To tais letter no reply J,c Tho chief popular argument nt tho Kuropo, put no tariff at all upon the calld the Cumberland Ford UMei. colved, which Is a clear indobo that Mr. New and those dsfendinv t ttirrUon's cause prcftont tlroo for maintaining tho high pauper laborer of Kuropo, and PiiEViLUc U to hiiv a new paper when arc afraid to enter suit, feariM th1 rroo( ln nrgu tho American laborer uiki for it share JA4.M. lltrMf liai bfen appointed poat-mattabundaneo will bo offered uttainlng the wnr tnrlflf is tho paupcr-lnbo-r at Tilton, Firming County, tic ment. Formerly It h the etnMNh of tho Increased profits produced b u charges. 'What Is your mtsslea heref , ment of domestic manufactures or tho high tariff ho Is replaced by tho pnupor lMt. H. 8"usley resigned. or ho oenpod thereby several "I have cores here to maksato Mrs. MahtT. Monnis U the now poat-major- at fn" young Industry nrgumont, nnd ngnln It laborer. It Is bocauso tho publla troublprfomo topics. While ho soared voss. I do nothing secretly. Uf work wl11 mind llrldrport, Franklin County.vlco open. I shall speak In all the principal cities was tho homo tnarkoL Tho prosont Is fast coming to see that It Is not tho nloft In oulojry of protection nnd war Kl'a I. 1'arrent, reilgned. voftheStfte, and trsW lbout l,en tariffs ho could not, of course, keep Jamin Harrison. I tell the U oac4 truth, nllogntlon Is that to diminish tho tariff which rogulatos tho rato of Joiif KnrAMr.11 and (loo. Wert a, clcrka shall toll himself nvorngo rato of duties from 47 to iO or wngo, nud that tho worst o fleets of in a paint ana oil ttore, Louisville, hftd near cnotign mo grounu to explain so that every person can dotero toward the the true why ho voted In Congress for frco coal laboring attitude of ThMr, Harrsoa w.th my ref 42 per cent., which la tho practical competition with pnupor labor nro not their eyes burned out and tholr faces ter i ,m clement. proposition now ponding, Is to bring counteracted by a high tariff, thnt tho rlb'ydisficuia by aulphurlo acid. They nnd frco lumber. Neither could ho bo erenee tothe Uepublicannnn. noran,,, l shall disglass Jar off the stuff expected to discus tho labor question cuss the merits and demeriu el tne various tho American lnborer to tho lovol of prospect of a reasonable reduction of wtrt lifting a laborer of tho tariff Is bo encouraging. Harpers from an upper shalf, when tbe veail up-- (, and, unless I am ffoalcrfullr mis tho pauper or poorly-pai- d in tho light of his showing, when beo-rctn- ry platforms,mIU Ukeu, I satisfy tne peop'f ' ' Kmpiro Kuropo. That Is to say, a tarii! tax In- Weekly. and the contents were pouretl orer of State, that "tho inequalities Btalo that the worklng-meart capable ot do tfatm. Kreamer's clothing was burned In tho woges of KnglNh nnd American ing a tune rampaigntng whea wcr imcirava creases tho rate of wnges. Is tills truoP WATTERSON'S IDEA. from his shoulders, and the upper part of "nation Ifvrdoi operative arc more than cqualitcd ly urcatttaiic. a labor staminniBtt, rWhllo It In According to tho census of 1SS0 tho la bit body and neck was a sickening mass Indiana from the greater efficiency of the hitter." true that some working-me- n are number of persons who nro engaged in Hon tho SeiiAta Hill KtrlkM th On- -. of raw flesh. AVerts was similarly burned. of Indian Kentucky Itefurttiar. ' d honest In Republicans for lor tho pamo reason ho was ablo to pot their convictions principle.' akC extent as to gainful occupations was 17,302,09. Of Wo even havo tho Sonato bill at Inst, and a A larqe meeting was hold at Princeton this number tho farmers nro about 40 "Irncts" and "free whisky" ono side vote for tho Hepnblloanto such sa few days ago, when resolutions were norum nnd to !cao tho political " revolution" truo that a largo portion of the B' tmMican and percent., and thoo engaged In pro in Its ovaslons, false prctonsos, bar- Diianhuously pasted In favor of the farm fusions, in trado nnd In transporta- gains nnd corruption It is without a ers of tbe Hopklnsvllta dlatrfrt planting Independent working-meIn Maine unconsidered. of thell oler Slate will vote no tobacco lu lfMt slnco the overproduce Hut in low of the possibility that he P. Mortonagainst IJenJamlaHirrn '" i and Left tion arc about 35 per cent Iloro nro parallol In our economta history. tbe defeat i and In order to For look at HI Hero ii n, Nation ton of the wist few years has ao fatally may ngnln tako refuge In a garbled of the former will cast their iei f Grower 75 per cent, of tho laboring peoplo, hl-tof tho tariff wo present here These who, from tho nntttro of tholr occupa struggling undor n wnr burden inula, injured tho matkeU The growers of the Cleveland and Allan O. Tkorman. ' w ith a brief and succinct summary of gentlemen represent an usu thit Is more tions can not bo protected by n tariff plied llvo times by tho creed ani C arkswtle (Tenn ) district have passed dearly ddCued ami la which sjuh .atcreu Is mlUr resolutions f Ken. tho tariffs of tho pint nnd what they manifested In this campaign loan in any of the tax. l'rotoctlon certainly does not rnlso cupidity of capitalists whoso Intercut! tuck j-- and Tennesseeand thousand nlned tholr wage. On tho contrary, by rais- nro protected at tho oxpenso of til mch an agreement. farmers hat have done for, or ngnlne., the country. past The working-meKfCongreasman J. The majority of them beltett tait rcteetlon ing tho prlco of ovory necotlty of Ufa peopio. l(K9-Aton of alt Inter Ststo miffs and re IL McKlntle, of Christian county, Is at ths reformation of tto tar IT, as condue'lonof Stale tariffs on foreign pood, lies ln the In bead of this movement templated the Mills bill, and sre studylog follow 4 by rapid Increase ot prosperity. question as It has Just corns to light that the Phco of all A QUESTION OF LABOR. Ifn. Absolute prohibitiondlsAstf r.Importations, that Important assured that they cover have before, I feel lolisna wilt ro ntx Hotel Lexington, has swindled folloxl by universal Democratic nil tho way fromUM"1 toX(X)3l jftift nepesl of prohibition, followed by renew during the past few days out ot fifty dolltlzrpr $ HWWy.J tt of prosperity. lars by a forged check, while the AthUnd J3W-T- ho tsrlrT doubled and all Importations THE MINORITY REPORT. Hotel tot thirty. Mre dollars the samo stopped by tho war. llcsult, hard times way. The sharper gave his name as F, It. oer the whole country, general suspension Senators Harris, Vance, Toothers nnd Cole, claiming to hall from Cleveland, O. Mcriierson on the Senate Tariff Hill. of banks, and such suflerJtu In New Kn The checks he presented were signed gland that secession was threatened. Commenting ou thw cvuiiOCtton 1810 A proteettTO tar.H adopted In some things Claude Hlgglus, Mr. Hlgglm, who Is a thotntilT nnd trusts the minority higher than that of 1812, although In somo well knowh horse man, pronounces the on Flnnnco thlnps lower. This was tho first t a rift which of tho Scnnto CommltL checks base forgeries. Detecthes are " was framed all throuph upon principle of enysi "HwA ! HHKyjdl AX V "V III MiM Hooking for Cole, PT protection. The protectionft taemsrjres tt Is Ice nursing mother of "The present tar always say that tt was followed by great Miss Moi.uk r.KSTin anlclded with trufls. It Is the waillehlnd which the comdepression in trade. Tftsr'MswMtv ' strychnine at Nevada, this State, t81S This liriff made still more protective; and binations are fortsed, by which the people are .rfn'lMl Ri7W(wir keep out tb foreign com Tne case of the Commonwealth of Ken the protectionists always refer to the year plundered. Tariffs petition and tee ctmbnatlon suppresses the tweky versus the tiondsmen of James W. 1SI9 as one of great disaster domestic, and tne whole people are at their A Mffhnr unrr followed by trreat depres124 Tate, late State Treasurer, was called In pay whatever Is demanded. mercy and sion In tne protected manufactures, and Language man tbe court at Frankfort and continued. Is Inadequate to describe the Iniquity certainly without ono cent of Increase In of these comb'nations against the rights or the Wic. BiiKRRARh. an entrlneer In the em- wages. people, or to depict their disastrous effects ploy of th lnnylranla PrMg Com IS A very hlfib protectee tirifj; Immediateupon the reneral we fare. As the tariffs, ly followed by hard times in 18:0, and low pany, at Uulsvllle, was Instantly killed which render trusts possible, are estate wages so long as this tariff existed. tbe other morn In p. While at work In special Instance maintained at ISJS-- No 'free trade" at all; but a slight re- llshed and no form them, the would seem but tt spectlnga number of discarded railroad of those duction of tho tariff, followed by Improvesimple Jutt'ce, as well as good policy, to tear ties under the bridge one of thot'eswaa ment In busluctt. down as much as poM Me of their corert and 1533 thrown from the utructure, and, falling A gradual reduction ot tho tariff, leaving them upon him, cruihel and killed him In It -- till so high that an enormous surplus refuse to loncer aid affairs In wrong-doin" as has been asIn the Treasury, which was They are not prlrate accumulated stantly. ot a grave character distributed among the States In 5P37. This serted, tut public evils A bpccial meeting of the city council of every article which con distribution was immediately followed by nffectlcg the price ot to the comfort Louisville, was held a few nights ago, to the famous panic of lw, which was the di- tributes TheproTlslonsof sod support of tho tne substitute favor people. consider an ordinance providing for an rect result of wild land speculation all oer them greatly and will serve to eneourace their Issue of the country, brought about largely by the bonds, the money to format'on In still other branches of manufactsurplus. be used for municipal purposes and the IVo'ectlve tariff restored, followed by ure, lf building of new streets. The ordinance The aburd accusation that the Mills bill one year (1811) of the greatest stagnat on will be submitted to tbe people at a special of business ever known; while during the rneana frco trade, the ruin of Industry' and the ttegradatlon of American labor' Is as false election to te held XoTeraber II. whole existence of lbs tariff farm wages flow of surplus money were cut down about one-ha- lf Jonx Wallace, of Christian County, from what as misleading. How the they had been even after the panic of 1M7, Into the Treasury caa be stopped without renear the Washington line, was awakened and wheat, corn and cotton sold at prices ducing the taxes which produce It no man can a few nights ago by bis wife, who said disastrous to farmers and planters. Good devise. How these taxes caa be reduced withsomebody was after her chickens. He times and fat profits for Iron, cotton and out taklngoff from the top toward the bottom no Imagination can co attire. Therefore It arose, with pistol In hand, and when with woolen-mU- l owners; bad times for every would aem, no man can propose to cut uff exone else. In a few feet of the hen-houian animal cessive taxation without s injecting himself to 1918 Tho tariff cut down by about one-thir- d sprang upon him burling him to tho to one-halResult, aa Immense increase the charge ot 'free tradn. secaute any reduc ground. His pistol fell from his hold and In commerce and shipping, a rapid Increase tion wnaierer 'Iooks lowsra tree trade.' True, Government revenues rnf&t be reduced by the beast was tearing bis clothing and In manufactures, unprecedented prosperity flesh, when two watch-dog- s In agriculture, and the most rapid adrance making duties so high as lo prohibit importacam to his In wages ever known In tho history of tho tions altogether, but that Is tho other end of relief. They attracted tbe attention of J ilCIBbKI IMPOWED. DUTY FRIT, which Increases lbs taxes paid to the road, country before or Since. L Tl a nrv ry the catamount, but soon got the worst of L .837 Even under the low tariff of 1546 the private persons. If the first method of reducMorVapoLv . It and fled. Tbe wildcat then again atHkUVllli I TAi revenue had become excessive and a sur- - tion leads to freo trade tte other leads to free T cHpsxa with wb'ch ' Wotie tacked Mr. Wallace, and would have made plus accumulated. Iq order to Ket rid of pl?dcr by reeommendlnfr Tix0 report to the rp quick work of him had not Mrs. Wallace th- - tar-t- rri Mexican tvacnLr i j"iv thti country us but In September, before tbo new tariff senate and the reduction ef Mills bill as a came out with a lamp, tbe glare of which Uzes, bated alike could bare the least effect, tbe ibort paolo measure for tbe upon Juitiee ana gooa pol cy "TJiIs question Is from first to lost, from tho Iwvjlnnlnff to tho end, frtra frightened the animal away. It went In oflW7 occurred as the result of another the direction ot the Deep Creek Hills. Senator Heok, in bis tnlitidail report on the skin to coro wild land speculation, combined partially and from coro back to skin again, n question of labor." Janxt Foch men were terribly Injured by an with the failure of crops. 117 1SW, howcTer, Tariff bill, siyi ln substance 'Tbe struggle of the mjorfty of the Com Blaine at Madison Square, August JO. JSSS. explosion of dynamite ln a quarry near almost the whole effect ot the panto bad pasted away, and In J&9 and 10J agricult- mlttee on Finance seems to be, and Its effect Frankfort. ure, commerce and manufactures were all certainly Is, to close our poru as far as Kdwaud P. TuoMrflOT has Wen more prosperous than they ever bad been ble agalmt commerce from ibroad, and sur- which Is imported, nnd which wo do It Is proposed to reduce the m-cnu- o pointed Btate Librarian of Kentucky. aprender to other nation U trade and combefore. not produco, tho purchasing power of of tho Government $75,000,00$. (i J. Norwood, Htatln.pctornf Mln, lad 1M1- -A irotectlrc tariff, constantly increas- merce oftotho outuda world, freight subject our exports such extortions tn charges as their wages is diminished, nnd thus Democrats Insist that this bo dp') bas nearly finished his semi-annuing until lfT According to protectionist re s may see fit protection roducos their wages by ogo the result was our terrible civil war, combinations of foreign Just 60 as to reduce tho burden of taxatl 1 portending June&X The output of coat to exact.4 became this as a matter of fa:t Immedi' for the six months ending at that date Continuing, be argues thit the attempt of so much as the tariff increases tho at tho same time. They propose to ately followed the new tariff. For more tbe majority of the committee to report spe prices of tho ortlclos they buy. this by reducing tnxo on articles fa was SO&UK) bushels, than a year after tbe adoption of tbls procific Instead of ad Talorem rates means that Tne remains of Mrs. Virginia Hanson, tective tariff the bustness of tb3 country Is It tho tariff which determines tho torlng Into manufactured product pzi the coods used by the poor thill be taxed and was ln a fearfully depressed condition. Btate Librarian, were burled on tbe 1Mb of wnges In tho protected In- which multiply themselves five-fol-d. I&M Tariff raised fifty per cent. Manufactur- out of all proportion to tbote vied by tbe rich. rnto by the side of her husband, General I loser Tho total reduction of tho tariff tn I Union, at Lexington. Nearly ers made fortunes tor three years. Va;et, The pretenses upon which hsitar.ff are now dustrie")? If go, tho rate of wngos in all the demanded will be as it rone $ sars. fifty m Boia, lover man ever, years bence as they sre at prttctl It is 00 such nn industry will be substantially imports by tbo MHU bill K ln roucTj Mate officials were In attendance. 2867 Ureat Increase In tariff on wooL Result. 1 tint ftnmn whnmt'nr thn Inrimttrv lit tmr. numbers. $50,000,000. ono fifth sugar infmnt !mltrl- - thnt ar finmnrln -t. " I-. .I..,U..U. ..7 ..1 Tns flowing Kontscky puluti wte pants now. Of tho remaining fl0,000,000 tt Is granted on the IPth ductlonof wool product andminof manv I TAe m."ufaciuwrt are stalwart mpectlve po I stifHU Hut tho labor statistics enow Calvin woolen factories. The years IS67, IPCS and "Tho bills now presented by the u4 r.fx 4 iA .l l ,- - i4nnA.., safe to say tho manufacturers collect Furnace; Wm. A. Chapman, MeKnlgbt Hummers JWOnere periods of great depretslon In litical organizations,' continues &nitor Deck. 100, per higher wages nro paid 200.000,000 to tho $10,000,000 which vdle; Dennis W. Gore, Ccclllan j Das Id K. cent "are bus'sets, and especially fu manufactures. ples Infinitely more Important la the princithey represent than in tbo araoaat of taxtoots, Morgantown. goes to tho Government for labor in tho samo protected occuIn !( the protection sts themselves declared that there were more unemployed ation tbey propose to remove, metureJ mereTho sugar tax Is nlmost ns much a Thk post-ofllcpations lu different parts of tho counat Cornelia, Magnflln workmen tbsn bad ever before been known. ly by money. wero paid rnvonuo tax as tho tax on tobacco. County, Lenlton, Grant County, and at Kefemng to the President's tne Ma f she ssys : try. In 1880 wool-weave- rs 1E7J Slight reduction in tbo tariff and considerable reduction in taxation generally. As "If any President ever satisfied Us American 06 por cent more in Delaware than In Tho Democratic bill, thcroforo, re- I.ula ton, Leslie County, have been atol Ubed. a result business Improved considerably. people that be subordinated prime ends to Michigan, and 106 per cent, more in duces tho taxed nfter this fashion: Hut the tariff being still maintained in all public Interests and bad the eour&r to express Mrs. Virginia HakSo, the State Libra .000,000 Internal taxes regardless of persinal onso-qtiAn- r, Utah than in Illinois. Similar differ Its protectee features, the great panic of convictions a,0O0ui rlan of Kentucky, died In her room hi President Cleveland In this m8age ences aro snown in tne omciai sta- BuearUx 1873 ensued, LIeli w- -. fir wurae than Ihe 41.wiJ.uu jroporiuunes ... has .. noxva Frankfort, on tbe 16th, very suddenly of pan'c or It&t, and which lasted for more eyn satisfied them that bo has svetsd with an tistics. It tit thoy would be impossible Manufacturers1 bounties .. signal to tbe public good. It will Lea ceart uisense. HQe was In her usual health than Qve times as long a period. From l,Tl,U'.i),W) Total tax rollef striking evidence ot tbe power of employers If tbo tariff regulated the rato of September, 175, until January. 1879. the ti'l about three o'clock, she said she over their working-me- n If they succeed tn wages. Mr. AlllsonB explanation suggest wasn't feeling well, and when to her room. Again, the greatest difference business of the country was more dewent pressed, and more laborers driven out of making them believe that their welfare enters in the rate of waged paid in this counth following tnbulntad of A friend called on ber Just I e fore six (j Tt 1 employment than in any other period of tbe Isto ti.c contest to to Scn-at- o o'clock, and, while they were talking, country's history. So far from their being made by their leaders. General Harrisoa lu try nnd ln Europe is In tho occupations the reduction of taxation by tho Mrs. Hanson's bead dropped to one side, bill: MtHenty-cre- n years of prosperity" under eluded, to flood the country wiib Chinese. which are not protected and can not sending money to China and import::; 20,00 of t3A,ono,fnc and she died ln a few mlnutr the last protective tariff, fully halt of that SdiZAr Ui hough her them at a time as tbe mkuagers cf tbe Central be protected by a tariff. Morcovor, Internal taxes , b--a a:,(W0 Hm hi a perci ef extraordinary ,. 6,fWYf; heart waa still beating wpn 1h phy-Wn- n business depression, especially marked by Pacific railroad did, give the Ho to all their tho rato of wages paid In the unpro-toote- d Cologne, oto,. reached side. Hh was ehout sixty 4 tO,0if) I'rutectiv dutle falling wages, and tho wholesale discharge professions of sympathy with bihprlccd Industries here is largor than Manufacturers' bouatlc , . 0.000,003 years old, and was tbe widow of General American labor," c: :accrcr& item employ rtnt. Tl; that paid in the prot rctcd, and It adContinuing, he says that the President ltoger Hanson, who was killed at Mur espec ally the case ln 180 J, leCT, ldG 1K Ra,ono,o00 Total message nd vances more rapidly. From 1850 to IXuUo till tct& Ivti euti.e-b1f74, 176, 187a, 1877 and 1878. In other words, tho Democrats con frehnro, In 1NV1, and a sister of Judge It. ly conservative. The Senate bill is the wool 1880 tho Increase of weekly wages in 3 IVe tended reduction, but real Increase In J Peters, Bhe was eerylng third term tariff. V, cut duu very where in rotion and other schedules not on!y Increased Massachusetts In ninety different In- sider first tho taxpayer; tho Repub- as librarian. factories and mines. Great panic of May, the rate of tax, but did It ln the form of comlicans protect thoao who nr contributMrh. Bush V. BxiTn has been appointed pound and specific duties, so as to conceal the dustries was n bout 16 per cent. and ttfli, leavirgdeprcsiloafortwo years. ing of tholr "fat" for tho election cf rcitmatUr at SUr Lime V.'cils, Lyon Increases. schedules Imply tho groatost advanco was in tho unproAs a corrective for Mr, Itlnlno's pos- - outrageous. The cotton Dock aaya he isr glad HnrrUon. Sensgr tbe County, vice I A Vogle, resigned. Yet tho tariff Ibl of tariff history committee has gone to the eitren? ef protec tected occupations. Tmk Grand Gmmcll of Kentucky, Hoyal It will bo noticed that the reduction this little completion, tho work of Hon, restr.ct!on and destruction. Concluding, rates In the samo period advance? of revenue Is tho same In each case, and Helect Masters, a Masonic organlza DiU situation, Hon. Thuiuua G. Shcunrmii, will bo he condemns tbe cotton baggie j trait as a HikMit 24 ti n, set tho ether night In LcMUtt::. tariff creation. again, would havo been impossible If tho Kepubilcaiia thus oouftrlug thai The following cflicers were elected for the found invaluable. Wo suggest to ovory mw tho nnd ex SOME TARIFF HISTORY. sThat tt fill 1 nation Has Done for or AKtlnil the Country. In his New York address Mr. Matno ilototul hImol( chlolly lo the tariff history of tho country. In ono npect wiVo piuowil-Inj- r, of tho nmttor thh was tf r" wk fr foreign pmrr. TncnearoOOO tion lu Kgypt, miles of railway In ope ra- The receipts of tbo Sues canal aro some limei f 10,000 a day. TiiKCOtntncreo of Kngland has Increased 51 per cent In ten years. Hix hundred thousand Kremchmen own shares In the Panama canal. Tim population of RU Potoraburgh ha diminished by 65,000 tn tho last aovcu years. At a Cyclist Corso' In Vienna there wcro bicycles and tricycles of 200 dtfTeronteys-touts- , dowered, of noiir-tinvis married foreigners with titles, but without tnonoy. Tns city cf Toronto, Can., with a imputation of 150,000, has no atrect-cary no papers and no oen saloons on the Lord's s, Bun-da- law Otir .,400 American girls, all well cocoanut grove, day Tim Island of La Cost!, on tho Florida rrnut, is being set out with cocoanut trees fco rapidly that It Ulsoon be oneimmenso t areihrric,,11' ten V sc. j.ffiii.KJx. m. Kvrin-Miluav has leen ftppolnted an Admiral In the Hwedith navy, and the King of Sweden baa gained an equivalent appointment In tho German army, A valuable collection of l'cruWan pottery, arms, dresses and other antiquities has been purcbned by tho Gcrmau Govern. ment for tho Uerlln Museum. Tbe prlco paid was 10,0lXX TIU Trovluclal DauV of Duetto Ayrrs lias a capital of tro,0u,000 and f07,cavOof ucpoaiuk it iioc moro business than any American bank, and more even than the XiopcrUI Hank of Germany, Tim International Hygienic BocJety of Loudon Is starling street stands In different jarta of that dty where ladies may send their parcels, leae their cloaks and arrange their toilet when on shopping tours. Tin Mikado of Japan Is a line subject fur wi laoors 01 provisional rronibltfonlsU. Ills Jajviuese Majesty data publicly and ut- rouriouslv drunk tn broatt daylight and swaggers arouml tils i4lw Jut like a com xnou everyday drunkard. A roKTnirr of Queen Margbrrita of Italy, painted and burned in on glass by Prof. Moretll, of Perugia, has been added to tbe attractions of tho Italian exhibition In Un dna It has taken the artist two years of tvnstam laoor to complete tola worn. Huau. change Is extremely scarce In Honduras, and In n number of villages, and rcn In TtKorIffha It Is sometimes dlfll- rultto change a dollar. Tho salo of articles, utu as food, cigars, etc, Is made dinicultor Impossible, as no small change exists. Tun Kinpres of Japan U rapidly beeom Ingonoofthe best Informed women of ber time She Is a hard student ef German, ltussian, French and IUIU.11, and It is said tlut her Majesty bas certain days of tho tcvk ujon which Japanese Is aforbliden m pol Mm Pakveu says her new house bas all the modern conveniences, even rheumatic tubes, ck tho man," sirs 'Tnsoraco should tho wise man Bo It does, O phtlOAopher, so it iloea, alter the man is elected. Has lo hunt for him all over town oory tlmo It wants a paper signed. "Gninorsl exclaimed an r4d lady ln frent of the elephant Tarl ln Central Park, ' Can It bo KslbIo tlut this Is tho creature my mm George spends so much money every Bturday ntght to seel" "O, JoH',, said Mrs. Smith, has ctith1 tbntnb dreadfully and the ilnrtr sayn tbero'a danger of lockjaw" "Ho needn't be afraid of that," replied Rmlth, aareastleally, "ebo'll never give It acbanco to lock. " Ann no you have received a divorce from thai vagabond husband of jour, Mrs. Bmlthr "Yes; I ara glad to say i have,11 Dldolyou feci quit overpowered when Not you heard tho decision of the judge!" exactly. 1 Icll sort cf unauouod, so to peak." Ungune. MITES OF MEnmMENT. Tut fiorfect husband is the man who will eat bis wife's pie so as not to hurt her feci in?. "a YEAH3 A HERO. Warner Wen a Wife and He ramo Taniuus. Colonel Beth Warner, of Vermont, tho famous hero of tho Hevolutlonary war, was a leading Mghter for tho Hampshlro grants. Thes. titles tvere dlsputel by tho Htate of New York, and Us authorities obtained nn eutct of the King of Kngland In tholr favor The sottlers wcro stung by tho sup'Justice, Ibis stato of things posed brought folonol Beth Warner to tho front. I ' an Allen and others ho nctlvely With opposed 1 very effort of the New York riluto authorli'' s to enforce possession, and flnal ly he, w 'h Allen and others, wero outlawed and a prt o put on tholrheailsl Tocir imventNow York, Itwasneces. aary th- - soma mm houM go Into that state and gai . rculred Information, Col War ner, ns tnlng for safety tho nnmo of "Dr Howanl, undertook this perilous nnd irney While n his way home ho stopped nt a nn, where an old gcntlomuii and countn daughb e were atorra bound. Tho father fellllU 1 tho daughter calldl upon Col Warner who, w his wide knowledge of siinpto rioedios, successfully treated tho " and ho finally won this do voted "old ma woman ffn wife Bach n'Wlonts were not uncommon In thoso When tho doctor wns not easily cached, month of sickness, and even lift wcrooficu sied by somo friend versed In tbo uso of simple herba aud root. Tho health of early set wera ami tuoir mwors of eudurancon vinco that such medicines did only good aul left no jxilson In tho blotxl towork ns much injury to tho system a would tho dls eao Itself. In liino of pcuH tbe Colonel was In con statitdi mand for his knowledge of simplo reiuvlu and their rower over disease; llutltwaa left to ancther of his nnmo of tho present age to glvo to tho pub'.lo what waa then use! with such oslilvo aucrcss Warner tor over a hundred years boa shared Cb ICthaa Allan th a.lmlmtion of tno AmcrVaa r.0(itf Colonel heth Warner belong to n family of tldo tilMiiietknti no less than eight membera ibrreof won fame In tho regular practlco of imMicIno. to tuo adoption by tho lvplo of thlsgenerat a of the old tlmo simple remedies, his dirtdescimdant, H H Warner, tho well-kwn proprietor of Warner's g safucure, U r many years haa leeii aud herbs wi u okl time not fonntihu ami uu sean h having Iwvu finally rrwardrsl w sihuvs. he gives tho world tho result, iiteso recipes and formula? tn other day a.ompliRcd great thiugs lxv caieo they to irely vegetable and combined atu piy so as to euro tho disease Indicatoil, vt ttiout Injurr to tho system. In liaray r,l tlmo character, b wo learn tht ho propoaea to call them Warner s l Cabin remedies, using as a okl fisbknel American lo cabliL Wo biiderstaml Hut ho InUuuls to put forth n insirilU," tor tbo i, tho sarsapar a ItsWf lelng but one vt a number of siu pie ami CmcxUo dements, 'Ix)g Cabin ps ami buebu," a general and Invtgwutor stomach toU Cabin oouph and iwHtrUou rmnedy," M Wanier's tf Csmo hair Urn,' n fur it uolrenud divio oUrrn, raltetl "Iogi uhu roo cream. " ''Warner s anl " Waruer's Iog 1Calnn p Cabin liver s,"vhrh are to bo nsed lu tn itthor remedies, or in cunmvtioa drpeodently rsulnst. Warner! S4frmehearealrisidy stand ards uf th lutMt pftH.wuii.! scMnUfU; uf lb rertd, and we have value in all no doubt tii !"g CaMn reffivdies, for the re lutendeit to cure, will t diseases U. of equal uiir .for Mr Warner ha Uo rep-UUtltUII of ulMliil( Mt ilMiuv Ulth ttV preptratwi ' ut Is not mertuvrkua. How A HUNDRED ' n K O B N T PB H K B O T O U II B 3. r II, UJt. Crlrrld, I lot, lUMUt, Iil.M-- issttr, Is lull Ur U SW For Stralnsi Injurlos. cfrid tn, u..ms. Itvellted. U STlf Mt .FT, HIT, TMS44 SU StSU 4 anliSM, S iw Uttlt 4 V. 0U fc4 M tmftit4lf O, a. CIOSWIU., Pniilis. CS44tfTlU. IU , Mf f I till. 4BMt4 IWmI ( ataatka ftr I -. 4 SI -- 7. Mfr4 fe.r UM S OU, U t ! tXr SH1S SI. ;U rtKs rrril Js tua la at rseoouTB AHD Ptitltl TKt CKARUI IWUIW CO.. Dsltlmflfs.sls rOR 10 ALL STOMACa rsooauts svoa Aft ts4l(tla, St fmr, h.m, eta UI SlM, OniUHtU, rUaM Uh Vorn-Cu- ra DiamondDYSPEPSIA. Str.liU 4 fi Cittttss.rskfsi jwwou Ml. C.mtl. HI Uil, ar ImI Is (ws wscks Ufcl s Trrr i isaosir, M.f II ltll. U 1 i t sS irs4 Waaisa, Ijjuitt At ivft l Ua'rl r sml y swdoirt-mp- t Jh tu. l Sorw II 00) in Mow;. Aanf tf tfamp so4 Q tvxit rj I THI CHAILtl a. V00ILII C0 BsRInfrs, Um -- luiuu u iftta .s M trwt.M s4 U -- !.. ii v - -- A' r4 for&rreunlj HoarnonoHs, Stiff Nock, .rs Colda, Coughs, OoroThront, unpro-fcsforj- il M AnRrsvHI kl'S f a f JM 4rv 11 ir RADWAY'S 1VTCMWAM.Y Bronchitis. Ootnrrh, Hondncho, Toothncho, Rhoumatlstn, NourolKlu, Asthma, Brulsost Sprains, ,Sotnltff hnw -- irttntfrrroeUttnsthtin lbs Cnpple-tNsrsnai. llhtuiuitl1 llMnM'ii. Inflrai.dU- UH .Sffurfttie,orpriMirsid insf laffsr, Quicker Than Any Known Kctnody. READY Will AnAil-- tuinslf hlf tumbler i( aovrtttomiifh. erftmi, il'rii Ntav. Vuiniim, IUJ srthrn rTeunslslpi"K,.Htrs mwrosl aaa all srb, Uurrbiss, Culio, lUUltscr ! RELIEF llHSr. InUllta ls.W)nrul la A htif ti rvr la rw n ht it u ui was .vii Kor rnrhw, M.lrislne lis ssrMus ferns eretaMrfDlM. fM ibl l rus Tbruf u k?pr ftnit litl 4 I In th li all ... Mhr ftvvrt Srua a rspttn-mentin- vi thuwatim.of SKlnffS, i its sriutol the lttff this and istnt f ell flsurUr. seilios c f tb and lis eml aa4 u ill a? rt iwnMiiu ar ffi s ppwaQiiil'rlr AOrl. fr a fa ALL lMlttUIra Mil leT 1 ai ui iii.kiiv iii i.irr. ACHKSAKD PAINS. hssdsrh twblhr ilk cr iisrai), leoth nvnrkixtft. ttrfuunrt and tleplMti, n In lh lanUi'i, m mnt si tM l.a ttutcslr ss Jt SI thr trado-marka- I I Jri Tl f I mti i' r'' LO"t"1yX Aft A V ,A U7-- , s 4W I Tf fS& dtif. IwH If IU flhlltMBMllbslWs- I'lul iw Uatr-s.- MAnoAMirr trtTs Asjiis i.is-iMilts I I..M fun I"' I bU-.-- i - 1 prep-aratk- rmm fit t I V L vaS I u - I'ttfclwhlerf in Ifccmor. Hits. " 1 ItSMon.tr ia litnai H, a ili pNiaiiumi-Irv. f rtnii i awi t l raiUn nlr t'Cia M TiMseans a,raiff I at n IbS Wivuta Ibal j U of r M Id knl ald Vtt lbs sreeimsae rr lor IU M'lnipan n f tn I vMnirI t"t ? mr trrwj iHwr iinrs fr- -. s? p.Hrra.fawn sad a Kaiti. laal nf b l If -- ftuuf anilat ranis la rthm!. ttalthsllr JsisiSbSi rl III H N V r A arfi niMiir. ti w Mlf ii iilr Mus tr r rr ln IMftki I forlKl IrwmSilo 110 h, bin lb fact - II eotam fr r-cMifthttr nr mu rih hmr t in. Iit vdsii ir ntiivrt mw tut I at MMSiiav atirtii r iti II w. an ar nhImi I fst rtielr iir tnrfi'i( ?li i- MARVELOUS " Tm trp ilelllua tfTllli 1 nter baa banished much bad it can't overcome tne tao ilAiyvn. MEMORY Ar il-rj- alista, PuMic KpMker pralso Acroh", of Horehound and Tar Hale's 11cm Pike's 1Wu,h he DrejMi Cure in ono miuutt A DISCOVERY, lrnre4 rndlT. Sllmt sndrlna rnrvd. Mllh-AVhe'ljr unlike nrtlflrlnt txslrm. rfieine hy iurete mmW In "nnom r a hot'1 JUrf4r'$ IUr ouebttomskea Living on tho Reputation of Others. 'Take overjthlng that I have but my frood natno; leave me that and lam con tent." Ho said the phlhMophr r Hosay all trmnufacturors ef genuine articles to that hordo of Imitators wblth thrives upon the rtputntlon of others. The good name of Allccck's Porous 1x.astkus haa Induced many adveUurers to put ln tho market Im Itatlons that aro not only lacking In tbe element of th pnuln artrln, but nrooftin harmful ln their effect. houid be en th!r gnard llie ngnlust theso frauds, and, when an exter nal remedy Is needed, bo sure to Insist upon having Allcocx's Ponors ft.LTin. long, nKPPKn: Me.pelnum,Clnelnnatt,enres nsrt, 'Uroat diseases. Hendfor Uxjk. wero 'rf. fltl ldtt,iina1flirrrvMn4vsirrln, lYoApntii. P tli.,1 lMi..aJ, t lb wiiuivia a,.4ai(. in Mia e.M J, M. fvfrli iirrUr II rl fX.LU il iaul 1. IIkUf. Mttl Ul.k.r. I'r... a .' IT hklt i . 1 !. bt uv slrimihol1 ot hv t'ntmont. honlth nnd I'iKm skins wcro nailed to tho door and they wero tho happy homes of strong healthy, '1 hu eimnlo n mid women. not but ' io rornedlos which rnriir-tltllLMl ! rvn old nfjo nro now rcpro I dueed Tiprvcnnno." and Wnrnor Wnr u Ukr Cabin 8Htupurllia uodj I ou. r I Cabin ltomcdica. s. . Loo Caihnu rrtr jia-t A J Wl nras fiscns. tsiiirikA n.f, M-- f T -. Mi tms t r.t. OUR4KT.isr,FILLED GOLD mdU I Sir $38 System, - $1.00Improved Club PER WEEK By our f wish r le Amu !! rW U JwK4 nv4 Imm an1 rach Hlllmm, rrlnflrM, wifta. lain, tlic (rk(rt. An, (J lUfaf U PAYABLE ?' hr Tita min who brlors suits Is always somewhut sad There Is something plain tiff about him, Piff t,urv Chrvnitt. To Take Trench I.rave, If wo could only ivrsuado that unwelcome vUitunt, ciillla und fever, to do this, we Won Id bo fortunate. Hut ubllo wo can t ex actiy mako it cut and run,'1 wo can uproot Ita hold titNjn tho system in tlmo with Ho tuticr a ntomai'ti Hitters litis la known uheretcr malaria la a teriod!i-u- l caller. It is.ul9A.a matter of trido information that tttO ZhltJli CUlun btiiviiwlitn, UyiJJl, (ichiluy and rheumatism. Dysuepsia is llie bane of Ihe trrfftil arenernllnii. It in for It rnrrnnd Ha nllvndanin. MirkI tin I llratl aelie, I wnallialluu snd I'lles, ! On ftWi J. Unliable AUIAT H V OvatMrrt! U pU. f Ha rail ..Ti:t rrU(ilf. Agt ts NAEGELE WATCH & JEWELRY CO. iMcmalora of Oab rtm t MUng Wubc !0 Nofstm Otm St Pmilaoclphia The nurrna'auiunis Issued March and Uspt year. It Is au ency Iclopedla of useful lnfor- Fmstlon for all who pur chjue ths Juxuri-- 3 cr tha necessities of life, Ws can olothe you and furnish you with alt tho nectissry sad unnecexary appliances to rM err ilk, dan;3. alr-- p, cat, rish, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in rarlous slses, styles and qusntltlss, Just flsniro out what Is rvqulredtodoall thess things, and you ean make a fair1 C0MFOHT4SLT estluialeof tbe?aIueof the JJUYKUrPj OUI E, which will bs sent upon pestnge, reeeipt of 11) eents to Tint's Pills lirrnm n fnniuiie. Tiles' art on nptelll ami Knllj tnmm he llsUs and slffur lo ranit, tt sin llitm aaalmllnlel'iM!. SjuKClpi11? nriismea, tint bT O lA ta hr jr rnt, l year and were duly Installed! oessivo; that a surplus does oxist, and (iittii-MasUr, Hugh P. Mcllvatn, Maya bhould bo reduced. vi'Iej Deputy Grand Master, James W. Hut thoy propose to reduce tho rev- Huton, Drooksvllle; Grand Principal Con enues nnd continue to tho utmost the ductorof tbe Work, Geo. A. Lewis, Frankrobbery of tho consumer undor tho fort, Grand Treasurer, A. H. Gardner, r, LcsisTlIlo; Grand Hecrotary, I. I). forma of law. Covington; Grand Chaplin, Vr, liy tho adoption of tho Mills bill the indirect taxes collected by Carnoglo Charles K. I)unn,Iulsvllle; Grand Captain nud Jones, by tho stool-ratrusts and of ths Guard, Dr. Tbos.I. Grant, Louisville; Grand Conductor, J. Bouts Smith. Lexing all other trusts, am reduced ton; Grand Marshal, Wm. J, Duncan, Grand Hteward, John O. OrndorfT, By tho Senate bill thoy aro reduced bielWllla Grand Hntlnd, Gn, yt a high estimate 20,000,000. at Kvsns, LonWvllle, The peoplo will havo no difficulty in line particulars of a murder In Crittenden County, hare Jast been received. A deciding between those two bills. party cf young men of Crittenden County LouUvtlU Courier'Journat. cnjagJ in aafaocting match, thacthcrday. A Significant Political Fact. Wnie retnrnlne home Curd Brautlvnnd LXe Aarons became Involved In a quarrel. Thoro la loafc acrimony and btttcrnoM Akrons bad a shotgun and llrantly an air In tho presont campaign thun there gui. llrantly backed Aarons some dls years. has boon for twenty-fiv- o tan, abusing him and calling him vulgar Aarons then got possession of names Whyr Hccauso thoro Is a real question upon Drantly's gun and made him promise to which the peoplo can dlvldo without bebave himself. llrantly promised to do calling each other traitors, scoundrels so, and Aarons returned him his gun. On recovery of bis gun Ilrnntly struck Aarons, nnd and fie In turn shot llnuitly and then fleL Tho question concerns tho reduction Jofliir TnoMPBrur, a colored laborer, was of unnecessary taxation, and what shot and killed by some unknown person method of eduction will benefit the at Louisville the other evening. greatest number of people. AT Morganflcld, the other night, Marshal What party prosontcd U10 question ftpauMing, who had a warrant for tho arto tho Intelligent consideration of th rest ef a colored man named Hupgood, proceeded to a church to nrrest htm. Hop voters P good attempted to escape, nud was fatally Tho Democratic party; and tho Bpaiilding. organization lias becorao a ihotby bTitAUaa, a Cincinnati Nate party of obstruction and negation. It crook, was captured at Lexington. admits tho burning Importance of Jaxk Ackrhhan wns arrested at Lex U'fumif but fonnulntos no prac- Ington tor selling Jewelry without a tical method of bringing it about. license. It meroly negatives and runs counter ji pTiiONO flow of natural gai has been to tho struck at Bmlthland, In Livingston Coun and COO feot. Democratic plan. Its platform ly flt ft (ePth of Jacob Oleh, Oermin, aged M, wat declares for frco whisky and frco todead In his room at Louisville. IU bacco, sooner than reduce tho tariff on foundstono- lived tho necessities of Ufa Ph. K A Lockland, the oldost and one Thoro Is only ono hldo to tlie argu molt prominent physicians of that ment In this campaign, and Uiat is Uie of tbe of the Btate, died nt Glenuvllls lection bide, Democratic near Owensboro, the other morning of e Thoro will only bo one sldo to thero-sui- t, heart disease. He had Just left tbe of ft patient, and fell dead without a and that will bo the Vomocratia warning. moment's side. giving SCVCRA- - daya ago a stranger, And tho country will go ou prosperC, Weblor, hired a ing as It has for tho pastthrco years. . his nanitas H. Frtce tt Kutley, nt horse and Httssell buggy trom Cincinnati inquirer, vine, saying he was going to Middletowri, not been heard of since. Tho peoplo ol He hs Wood, sixteen years of age, reJjMMI tho United State usked for bread and ,eflr Hlkton, fell fiorn a tteo, strikthe Senate guvo them not a stono, sidingfence, crushing his skull and mull but ncoins, froo acorua. ClUcaat ing a latlngbls body so that bodied In great 9 Mm. agony mvsmI hours later Cron-Ingtil 0. e; horso-thloves. 1 n iov-enu- o bed-sidd rVoiue Istruckup uithrou. You right down It a Pity f Johnson fc Ca, of you in n way Ya, und thcr will put Ths l nny ne aiwiuld use thn bsrsn tna crnfl tu iitmt Iuw4v iir ttMa jTwu uTT iinlUr for I was out of work, too, but began n bsrb n r wtea tbe tx"vullful, isfs sDtt strong little corresondcnco with them nnd now I lift Iv TH' UN t n be hsU for about the same am growing fat and rica Too busy to talk pries. Wr totb- UUCKTllOUNKKNCr.CX), longer now. Trsotou, N J., l.ir clreulsrs anl ssmplrs. Nirnsraof silver the change paid for nellfthted ultli U." a uaii'pnco telegram. Tb Ilnck Thorn Is Ur atae s4 of all other wire and write to H. It Is an odd fact that coal beds-- are fur. springs. nUhed with Majditnt. BwiTn (with emilinir face) What hare you got the blues about I Josts- - .Notbitiglodo, Times &rc dull Nvitii Well, now, old fellow, 1 am triad Jrrti Sold Evorywhoro. t & OOlcr.-- 3IurrayHt. -- Vow Yorlc, it lUch-mond- ( is .... MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. ar'Sissreta rsria -r rT " A Bona Throat or Cough, If suffered n progress, often results in an incurublo throat or lung trouble. MilroirnJ UnmthUtf lYixhtf Rivo Instant relief MArrr a fcllcT? vrha h rtols juried has to uq to a shoemaker and get half soled. Bond your address foraKItHK IlOOICon tbo Liver, itapiscascs andTrcatmcnt, to Ui. imufurd, 2Di ljriMdtVy, im Yurk. Tua4 3tUno$, Woans of cheer m Hurrah m Mm I Tlgerl Crtt ITIISf llnfona OULI I Alflt ll.rkr1. A Htn4mm rnnvtnf t'tU fend a p. and superior to thetet of thrm irrn to a distance, ami so do HU! Ilir.Mlti:u roitTKAI'lM " rrect sUh k caa ro tt at hii uf r"''w' rhoMiaeiKllna' Iliw lortoi rnrailrie. with Ke The a not nn luto it and fft Injured, as Is of ;n the I ISJHI.IIT, casew tb barb wire. It sells Itself, aud I am mallMfor I renu.l tr. St.W t& ItilLS, dcllgbied witb a KiriTINH THAN ilia FAMiiua rsna twr a, t. w. Sams T y )f Mimnkmah. Bunman.Ind. PnxtiraJnr no am 1 rarte Marki, ele Iiy ei lllih f 5;fc.-- i ft rertrenevs T. H T.O PTrST UW rllKK. i.li A I.II, AiluitkBf A.Ura. W ,, H.nw w.i, an v AT IUIHt am run miR Ely's Cream Balm -- UntUUfl! St'tarrr. Tbe saae h in matt barf a!4a PllCPaf CDC 1 Jutti jiurrachot&er wuttnut m bf Una.Uralla I f fnmtbiMMrdpr m ra NEWEST study fur Hie. rrI CRAZE rpltndM PDrfinBYC A u. '.tiiH.jT i'"fi snra m CATARRH PATENTS1 Rnld in Haad rxT ohos m 'siVjl ii mi Iraflilcted with Sore Kyes uso Ur. Isaaa Thjujiuij' Hye Water. Druggists sell U2b rfM FULL PEARL, rourniajei, (UttlNHlU JVMUUM THE MARKETS. LIVnSTOCK-Csttle wjt St., K. r SiiCAA 51 010 sjfcuU insf nra. Aiteiiiirlerrelwito aiMiltallwir pweiiWr fm r.nrurniuia l.orMiiMwwaitta war bebuiaiiiUiih Im api. MONTH can made work. j... " . Choice VJtciifrs Common (lixvl packers RllhKl' (ood tn cholco IAMItH-(.o- od to choice 1IOOH H.Ol'X-KatnUUAIN-Wiuat-- ClVCIlfMATt, Commonll M Oct CI U (ft ft I .... '4 rt-- .4N) & il 2 tt) f10) ft 41 4 ro ft 1 1ft a : S K S7K r:U 'o1 ' $t ai.uu MnrT return nail. Fill! ileacrlpllail rai . "" CulUi. MOOliVAUi. Cincinnati. " uainM. MuvcMlalsn A law varatMiisslntownasml cllle-aI1.N;wWAtX 11 MuUalUKU, HiCtlUiODU.l er asiMs Tin rsria VT Hit " - flkiB i jrs3ic s m ca ft7 Tm U. r r" llr No i 1 ftU 01 rt en a 00 No. 3 rr-- j a kft mixed mlieU Uye Nn. ... HAY Prime to eholre 'I (JIM CCO Medium Usxt. 8 V Corn Na Oats No Hood to n w ... 1 PROVISION Pork I.nrrt -- I'rlrne sl"Brn I.raf 10 ' ro 1M 6tU Ml HI C.M , !) I Mil .. . -- Mess. . mo 11 1 1 Ulft 64 Ii line APi'l.rS IIUTTKIl-CiiQ- ire POfA'iOI.H-Ptrb- bl. FLOUIt-Blole- and UI1AIN-Wp- at to Cholco Crcninerjr Prime, nerbbk. ... llry.. a a 1 1 s,u 14 .A Jr$&M trSHS LOVELY FACES fC TOSUADAY. Hnmnles worth fl. 60 VV ana. kl ssisimSiisUKiiiiuitistu.,jiiij,Writs Vi dur)tfurrmbti sort tlrmlihrs einqTvii iiy irt J. a.sinrrt UU is this fArsaw; mt U in Strri, iiirtnnatt, Ohta. -- i.i"--(uisc mi rMiifMittl AMmt, tiviS toAmwi,) Ilia, mftiMM. (Uil'J'iaMfjba nnnttilp, ArMlw SltUr. Hac k krlns slUIHIl mellfl, Shurth.i.J.eto IhorotifrV lannsl tjiuai ciiTuUrsfre. ustiirsioilkcs. IrJaWt-i.-Ti-i-f a. Hf U'fftSMMia1iHtfiMfiaenywwslairtrailSt jfir uui.U ! nlllircsntiianiafijrbuwS M t) f (a 40 13 10 ?A dft VI & .) n Srf.ab DWMMMlHRhA I.Sw4 TJtS rArSSvfiiiaafMVMM. IK UHWUaURwsUrdniflhBBiOuiclaastLQ, ANK-- n. 'WZ AUVKKTIsr IIH VI.T.XHU u sew lae AdfUateu4 U UlS NUV YOItlt CniNn, Oats-Mix- No, red Western No 3 red 3 4 1 n n 5 ipi (6 1 GANGER mlsetl 10 ss 0(1 U I ed . . Mesa LAUD Westsrn hteam . ... CHICAGO. FLOUn Wlieonsln winter .. UKAIN-Wheat- -No a red Na 2 Chlcsiro Hprlng .,... Corn No. Outs No $K '0 11 )!( ntTumori Cars'!. n knife, boon lira..mllBiiy 'ffI'luiu nirssi, cibciunsii,HmIi, m udiu. If HKN late tat M KITIU T POKIC Nu ft V) 1 11 1 13 (0 (0 Ct 1 II 1 POltK-MI.AItD-ble- et am .. (tn (A Jt CO 6 4.S oo UUI ,1 li'i TO MAKE V4H ptcj3P A DELICIOUS BISCUIT DWIGHT'S "COW HALTIMOUB. PLOtm-Farnl(JUAIN--Wheat, ljf Mlxr.l Oits--Mls- No. u I 05Hi M Q &i I M 0V 40 asic your artocicn FOlt BRAND" SODA POIIIC-M- ess LAKI-ltrin- CA1TI.K HOOH GUAIN-Wheat-No First Quality ... 10 , 3 W th .si (old 7ft to UU Wll AND TAKE NO OTIU2R. INDIANAPOLIS a red .... . fit (M U ffs 8CW 1 Corn-MU- ed, Osls-M- lisJ dl .. 4 50 LOUI8VILLK. FLOUH-- A No 1 OKA1N Wheat No 9 red . rn Mlaod a 09i n (ft Oats Mixed POHK Moss KAHU , bUara, - .,,,. sa s 5 (0 1 W 4014 Ift w,ll n W) &o B ryant MORT-MAND & Stratton Chicago Business College! lbiIjA.1iliaiT WOniiDI INtTITUTK nnd RNOLIBH TRAINING BOHOOU MusrsTANimili rulHnformv XlsT 'Xaxail INSI irillex sat Usa,CtacsitsrmitSt.tssatruCK. A4drsMSt M UUVANT SO,rrsrltirChlvacJlll. Ja4V- - s,'T!3iJi jSSd. 5