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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 hic1888110201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. vjITO mmm&ammmmmM&s&mmk - fKHF' fiJJlIjzL y a Jt - t wj "4 t 1 ; FINE JOB PItlNTING EXECUTED-- With THE HICKMAN COURIER. FU1LISHED EVERY FRIDAY nr GEORGE WARREN, XXloUmnn, Offlee-Jacki- on Ky, THE HICKMAN KKTAIU.IKM1 51) 185!). KILLED JJY A SPLINTER, . ( COURI 1888. tH '9t Ksatnesj and BI$pate!i.V' JU' tfi X SALE BILLS,, Street, nt 1 1 door lo City Ball ai "- OEOnOE WARniSN, Editor Tho Oldost Newspaper in Wostorn Kentucky, ?, gg VOJ Iy I'lCTURES. Tholr Jnfluonco Grontor Than Language Especially to Youth. A Word In lleliair of - ENVELOeES, LETTER HEADS, BILLHEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC, rrlru of Suliscrliilloii, $1.50. II ICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. XlV. .NO. 4, God when put Ink than br skillful teelors, or designs on metal OoU axxGL Sco ZTs. 1 PLAYINO A KINO. THE COMMONWEALTH. CHINESE RETALIATIONS PcamUl rrom Arrnss tho Water A attomptedtopawn Aaron Uodshaw, dealer In leaf tobacco Wurtem-biirsj'- s n horse. Broken From a Poplar Board by a Trio nfOhln Dentists i:iloltll!ff and genoral merchant at Loda, fatted on Agrtl Itur. DIoouBsInp; tho Quostfon of Tiik active Ilf of a working lien ! the 20th. His liabilities will foot up $8,090, uiruumr onw Faiua, Oct. SS. Recent revelations con twelve, weeks. AuiorlcmiB from tho with assets amounting to about 57,000. talned (n tha Herman press seem to prove A TMliiTrHli-oUrraised beet vrnt Empire Oodtbaw bas boen In business about fifAn tlrtieu Throucb Msn'aNeck U th that dentistry Is the most lucrative pro near Sonoma, CaL rorce Knough to IMloca' His ? teen years, and stood high as a merchant fesslon w hlch young Americans can adopt, ; Hankky, the singer, aoon goos to Kng Tng track gaVo way under a construcNjdnal Column. espwilally when tl(.y hppn to pitch upon Also, to Cease All Itelntlntis nml lnt land to ntilst Spurgcon. tion tralnon thoL., 8LL. &T. railroad, an effete monarchy aa the field of their op course lUplomntlr and Cotnmcr- - 4; slxmlles A Howxu, Mich., man brag of a pump Oa west of Owensboro, on the 2.Mh, Uatto.x, O. Oct oie cratlons. Under the bead of ' 'Ugly Have rial, Ultli This Country. kin Tins seventy-nin- e feet long. this 'morning, ond three box cars were aged fortyelght an emplovaof Flercl lations" the Munchcner.Veua yochrich A HQUAMi that weighs IK) pounds Is otit . thrown off the track, two of them Mng Coleman's planing mill, wsi found ftid ten publishes an attack upon some Saw FnAXCinco, Oct 2C The steamer badly of tlit attractions of Pasadena, Cab near a large rlpsaw, at which N had I American dentists who aro alleged Arabic arrived from Hong Kong and Yo- itoan wrecked. Luckett Brown, a young Cnmit apples, delivered, command only working, with an ugly gash of this place, was fatally hurt, bis n theleft4'o to bo exploiting the aged and kohama this afternoon. The Japan Gczgtf 4 cents n bushel In South Ac worth, N. II of hi neck, In which was sticking a tafco being crushed, his spine Injured, and has a statement published In the ChlnW jhest badly TttrotORic Thomas has made money splltitcr from a board he had been aawlif. not very strongmInded King of Wurtcm U legs hurt Marshal Campbell, of burg, not so much by tho means of their 7Ymcs to tho effoct thnt tho action of tfe enough to live on tho lncomo of his forKopklnsvllle, There wero a number of IyB worklnn skill In Assuaging dental acbm, as by Chinese Minister to tho United Htatee'Ki suid serlpusly was thrown against A stump tune. the milt In the tlclnlty of the accldlit, making tbcnm-lthurt about the head and genorallyugrevable. the matter of tho treaty which was ZJ An Indiana man claim to have carried but none happened to bo looking at Gel HI ouidcrs. Andrew Wayne, of Bowling It Is claimed by the Oermnn organ that the cently rejected by tho Chinese Uoreaj disan egg In his )ocket until tho chicken was at the time It occurred. reen. and Chas. McNutt, of Tell City, They King Is squandering good Herman thalcrs ment excited great animosity against Mm hatched, covered him, however, mimed re) upon Mrntchen" very much to In Kvcutusg, and endeavors were nssAo tar liadly hurt, nnd several others were Coloxkl Jkhomr N. lk).iAi'ArTK, heir to after he fell and trav thu ivurm. the "hertsloxe cf ht or loss Injured. ijw nmltotlm by an an if v mob to wreck the Mw ds!rlRnt tho throne of Frances Is making a stay In The splinter was a iwplar sllvrone .2Z &d Clint ill-- a Impoverishment of the Hoyal Treasury, liter's bouse. The Chlneo 7'imc4 New York, half Inch In tblckneis, two Inch wide two men arrested lu.UullItt.CountT which Is nearly as rnptys thatotthe ronUtna a latter signed by the FsttM "RicifAnn Jackson, of Dutxique, la., Las and about elghtu liictteiriorH JfN4 ImJ." W. ftsld-xKk tlroo of hia'dCAth. ritt-r)U'tU?.miA S?at ins Into t4i slenTaf VWefFtrtrM's 6fllc!a!r"and been tlit possessor of Ett bolls during the bedded Itself In the left side 1 hit neck rUvailan JClng at The jieopfoof Htuttgart nro very much exnews liau reached China thnt the UoltM In tho circuit court at Bsrdstown, on the last five year. and the force with which It strtUiim was tho MtMUtL has broken the world's swim incident to dislocate bis spt column cited nloutIn scandal, nnd a petition has States Senate had passed tho Chlnew, Kx 21th. and given flvo years each In tho pencirculation appealing to the elusion bill. The following Is an eciract, itentiary. ruing record In England. He swam 1,000 from the bas of the skull itklllwas ben put There Is another Indictment Reichstag for tho rxpulstori of the "Amer and Is taken from the letter: "If tie obyards In 11m 17s. there against them for robbing the same engaged In sawing a lot of strips Ikauer," Tbeso very successful dentists noxious American bill should I carried bouse, Ixiiih) dressmakers and milliners ave at the tliuo the accident occur Intacr-cuta- r are Dr. Haron Von Jackson, an Ohio man, Into effect there will bono other courte heavily fined If they allow gli Is to woik C W. Hechest has taken tho placo of saw, and a piece of the - p' he was and his two nephews, who, all throe, are open for China, consistent with ler digover hours In tbstr shops. poatmasterat Lynn, Oreenup County, rice sawing broke olf, and It was this quite as disliked hy the American colony nity as a Nation, than to adopt rcallatory Tiik last census of India Indicates a pop Basil Waring, romoved that struck him In the neiGaiklli at Htuttgartas thoyareby the natives. It measure by prohibiting the cltlrns of tho olatloii of W,l'ri,"0. There are fl,0U0,UW was a iiowerfully built ma weighing Is expected that the scandal will It W. Cooi'Xit has been result In United H tales from coming to Cllna. This master at Tygarts Valley, appointed postpmr males than females. fully two hundred pound, i I'ono can an intervention on the part of Greenup Countho Uerlln will be by no moans proportionate ty, vice Mrs. v th which Kvanoilist Moouv Is devoting his la scarcely realise that the force Kama J. Warnock, resigned. Government and In the establishment of a to the harm dono to tht Chinese Iws to tho Pacific coast He finds San the silver struck him should Tub Grand Lodge of nt regency. Interests In America, but It will have to In session at Louisville Odd Follows was Francisco a hard plac to I m prom. to produce Instant death. A ttillar clr on the 2Uh, and bo done, In order to show tbst the Chi . rjr received Iff lN'-Isthn Governor John John Dudley, of Minneapolis, cumstance connected vth th DESPHHATU DEEDS. nose can do the tame thfag, nnd if Underwood as Grand Hire of the SovUniRht a tract of land neir that city for fact that when the boyiruI,iio this will hnve no effect In bringing the ereign Grand Lodge. side and found blm dad a the flwr Pratrtira Ills UUti not! Chllil nnd At After 5A2U A few days airo be sold It for $'V United Htnte Congress and the United low Ing officers wero olectod this the foltrinpts IIU Own Life liitlirl. n 000. tbe large circular saw hsd to servo tho itoppL HoriciKflviLlK, Kt.. Oct JS. -- Information States Government to season and fairness, ensuing year; Grand Master, Thomas M. This snust have been done bv he unfor Tiik oldeit tncortorated business conhas leen received here from (luthrla, then it will be a question for Chlnatoon Ilogers, of Mount Hterllng; Deputy Grand tunaU victim after ho had bet' i truck and Todd County, giving the details of a mot elder whether It Is not for her to cancel cern In the world Is the Hudson Hay Com Master, W. H. Cox, MaysvIIIo; Grand pany, which has had an existence of SM before be fell to the floor. I Inhuman tragedy that occurred near her treaties made with thnt country, to reWarden, C Kensford, Covington; years, there yesterday. A colored man named call her subjects from there, to extl all Grand Signs ol Froit at JacktOAtrflu Kcrelnry, William White, Lou HiaMAncs: has sanrdled Germanr th Kmlth became Infuriated at his wife, the Tutted States citizens from this counOcC3t( Frnsldent Grand Treasurer George W. Morris, lt,OEW MrKiaplii'uif duiiiig thU.ttsa ,Trovviii.it, Ff.an and, seizing a frnce-ratbeat her to try and to ceao all relations and inter years, cut from bis private forest at Fried-ric- h KonI Mltoheltbas Juit IiueIti following death with It He then Jumped upon course, diplomatic and commercial. lth Ijulsvdle; Grand Ibepresentatlves, It O. KUIott, Lexington, and J. P. Phister, ofilclal bulletin for the twenty oar bouri rue. her iody and mutilated It with his that country " MaysvIIIo, evening Vewcasei, loot. Itolng pursued by Tiik harem of the youthful Emperor of shtrifT, he the Pccn Cannoh and Harry IVard, young China growing and be will soon be aa TA deaths. 4, total number of . to dsts then grabbed up their little child nnd MYSTERY TO HIS PHYSICIANS. farmers, became Involved In a quarrel at mush manid as any Eastern potentate 4,0.iAt tilal nutnlMtrnf destha Uata. 3.VJ, fled, and when he reached the lam-yarI.lvlitjr, lire Month vtith n llnllrf mi Hi DtMtha- -J. N. Helt. ThQiiAS Ultlps riuil Hill, htmr IiujtkliiBviil iut ultivi could desire, bo Ibrvw therblld Into a pond, where It llruln The l'utlfiit About To Suirmnb night, during which the former was shot Tiik ueweat grrmlack laued by the ored), Joseph H. Hellerv, Mr llnrln-nell- . was drowned. Iho olllcer attempting t nt and seriously, If not fatally, wounded by Today bas i j.cl, a I toniht Treasury Department U n$20slUer certifiDL?lttTQUK, him, Smith alo sprang Into the Ia., Oct 20 Four or flvo IVard. Tho tba air Is iput chilly, gij ng I. - flit (hv Mint grew cate with a fine engraving of Daniel Planwater, resolved to perish rather than be months ago (leorge Lucas, n young msn of loth mentrouble young out of the visits to a caiV of m expected coMJa- - God giant widow in tho ning cm the face. taken alive, hut help was caltel, when ho of this city, shot himself lu the head with It Is said that the tatn Alexander II. that It may bring dellvnrince the shape w as drawn out and carried to Springfield, n revolver. The lall entered the frontal nfhlrhfvxl An unknown Infant only a day old, was Htephens during bis lifetime educated IM of a heavy frost , Ton ii., where he Is in Jill The feeling Is lobo of the brain jua a1ove the center of found nt an early hour the toys and fifty girls, giving them all a col other morning so strong against blm there nro fears that his forehead. Contrary to all exjKscta-tlonThi Home Gifit. upon the doorsteps of a wealthy Trigg leplate education be may be lynched. The tragedy had Its he recoverwl after soveral weaxs WtLKKlRARItK, Fa., iVLT A big rare County farmer. A Wax In Ilarrliburg whose spine was so origin In family nutters, (Smith being Jtal prostration, and for two months pat h.s There was a serious wreck on tho Kenweak "lat he wai unabla to maintain an In occurred this inornidr ov.r nn nUn boen as well tucky Central railroad near apparently around " ois of his wif, dc&od ralac cf the Helai', scVa inna rt petition, ha- - len furnished hy a surParis. Two mentally and physically as he ever persons were killed and and Westtvn railway at geon with a metallic lackbone, IMy soveral seriously NIHILIST NIPPED was. Tho wound discharged matter for Injured. mouth. The tiousn of Jun lux sank In I.UCIA Zaiiate, the Mexican midget, who some time, but finally tip, Yoster the earth twelve feet. 2 b mates, sjxln Millie YVMlthiff nllli llmnlta for theCfiir'a Joiix Williamson, of Owenaboro, bLw mod to bide herself In a silk bat, has re day, while working on the street, he fell Into the muzzle of a gun to see Arrhttl turned from a three years' trip abroad, uutnlnr, were thrown ofet of and serl wbethe It In a fit, which was followed by a couiato was loaded or not. It w as. Ht FrTrnnrnn, Oct 2S. Tho Minister ouly injuil and w HI make a tour nf this country. Wf rat cttsr condition. When aroused from tins he received a telegram At Mt Vernon, John Proctor put on a The r!Krt of the keeper of the Georgia buildings were In Jurd.i3eave-i- covers of the Interior had a renewal of convulsions. The esse is penitentiary shows that during the lait an area cf three acres. xut nehundred from the Minister of the Imperial Court, one of the most extraordinary on record, marshal's badge and asked to be admitted people will have to vacitiUn- r homes Im stating that five minutes Wore the Czar's and Is watched with great Interest by the free to Hobi neon's circus. An altercation two years the proortlon of the f rroale contrain arrived at Kutals, en route from Tl medical profession. Tho I ullet Is undoubt- followed, which grew Into a fight Wm. victs In Georgia baa Increaied mora than UieliatoIy. Parker, the town marshal, was fatally Mlstothe lllack Kea, n Koubau Cossack cent- twenty A TcrrlbIf;o. disguised as nn ollker, was arrested at tho edly In the man's brain, and how he has cut; James Jones, sherlff-elocwas shot A unique milk cure Is cstabllihed In managed to live up to this time Is a tnys ItooiiKsTcn, N. Y.f (let through tho right shoulder, and John Whllo Wm. station for having on his person several Noj dandy The cows Iwlng male to terr. Tho doctors think bis death is near Bnwtr was shot In the Itostwlck, a drug cleri hii riding with hnnd explosives and some poison In gela head. drink ferruginous water, give medicate I at nam!. The body of an unknown man was found tine rapaulcNi. When arrested the man tullk, which nourishes and strengthens the twocompanlons yeiteMy his hurae be In the woods near Hartford, Ohio County. to loUou himself. Years mgo bi FIUQUTFTJL .LBAJV system at the am time. feet caught was eiwlle(l from a university for nn Tiik iuccmi of the great "World's Fair" the sailte. In fatting one To a HarrlM Dentil Iir a Voting and There were no marks of violence on the ' ioay, ana rromsurroundingcircumstances at Melbourne, Auitralla, has Incited Han la the stirrup and the an ual dragged him Imaginary politic. I offense, and his career U'entlhr Wife. Francisco to undertake a "Great Farina nearly half a mil. Win- the horse was wa thereby ruined. He was one of the New York, Oct SO, U'bll" dflllous It was evident that he had committed sui caught llottwlck's life vas extinct His founders of the South Husslan Revolucide liy taking poison. Hlop and International Exjioaitlon" In head and face, however, were protected by tionary Society. Other mtmWs of the from typhoid fever Mrs. y, J. Lynch, tho arc still fleecing tho that city In a year or two. pretty wlfo of a wealthy man, pulled over society have twrn arrested at HlmforopoL A dwells; In the country has observed his clothing which bad tola low farmers near Covington. They took a threw herself from tho third-floo- r the mud, and bis features were not rr.utl n!uublo mare from tho farm of Wm. that a good file is now part of the outfit of of tho Ilristol apartment bouse, I itth Bad State ol Affairs at Enterprise, IIran, the Kentucky Central, six miles the professional tremji. He finds It u.eful lated. m d avenue and street She from on place, Jacksom nxr, Fla., Oct. S. A siecial struck head fore mo t upon a g'ass that early the other morning. when there Is n larled wire fence between New Whilechaptl Theory. from Hanford rejiorts the condition at EnSav, the little him and something dealrnble. son of Mr. skylight about four feet In diameter, FtTTSDvnoif, Fa., Oct 2Jt-CAron terprise as ver alarming. There are Charles Trohrner, of Brighton street New The coin collection owned by M. IL T. UU'ltUgrapk today prlrtsa letter from fourteen cases now under treatment; one which formed a portion of the ervuud (Iraham, of Fine Creek Ktatlon, Fa., Is a young American In Krt caught two of his fingers of his left of the yard, and crashed throjgh considered the most complete In existence tbory and results of 1ohcki giving tho death last night that of I)r Caven. Dr. the half. Inch pinto as If It were pnte. hand In n chop box, which so mutilated the iBtrstigatJon of Caldwell and Dr. Fosey and Vartlgan are them that they had to be amputated. In this country. It comprises S0n, Utlilei board. Tearing between the ragged a Umdon detectlTO In t ris Uhltechapel In charge there. There are some 3W people duplicates, nnd was tegun In 1U. Ciiaries WiuiAUa, of Kentucky, has murders, who declares tliai the crimes within a radius of two or three mllen of of the broken glass with the fearful ve jl.ftJO It Is computed that this year's corn were committed by a wo ti in or by a man Rained by her fall of thirty feet, the been promoted from a $1,400 to a It Is drnlrable that they that place, and crop, If loaded for railroad shipment drvMed In woman's body passed between two irm portion in the ofilce of tho Sixth Auditor woman's clot -- an bUaen b removed, and thus servo to check should of the Treaiury. wotild 0112,8,671 cars and tnakr, a tr1n tiroly overtooknd by girders Just twelvo Inches apart nnd land the F iKsh imjIIco, tho progress of the fever. Dr. Caldwell A CAnrENTFH at Owensloro got his Uiat would irach lrt,Jia miles, or -t r sends out an appeal for $1,500 to fed the ed, attor another fall of twelve feet Tn, d brother diunk. Because of the way around the world, bloody and doad, scarcely a foot fnm Taught Ihs Deal ani Cimb. people. There are only four days' supply Mhh. llrntliA Diaai.E has Uen Indicted where onoof the Itakers was at work at a the boy couldn't travel fast enough to suit Jack8on, Miss., Oct Mossel of provisions on band. blm, be brutally astnulted him. at Clarion, la., for the murder of her bus range, M(Ganns,of Canada, a trst&irof artlcu . At Owenlnrn.Inhn Or made a JnV at Imnd. 1 lit couple quarreled became Mr latlon In the MUalsilppl Institute for the The Cincinnati Centennial. Think the Voodoo Did It tho expense of bis friend, Wm. Davis. Tho Higgle objttnl to his wife's going on the Deaf and DumtsdledtO'davaftera linger ClJ(CIXNATI, Oct A very llvalr meat. A? a , nc :rhTieTr-menntago and it is alleged she griYc blm t two got into n supposed friendly sen tile is Ing Illness. Miss McUanm Vas known in Ing of tho guarantors of th Kspnsltohi nmeng the negroes of Tuscaloa over the matter, nnd almost before Dye every Inatltutlon for tb d af and dumb In was held yesterdiy afternoon, whopassod over the mysterious nuirderof four of thr knew what was going on, Davis had Home remarkally fast time was recent the United Btatea and Cat ads. a resolution petitioning the Hoard of Com 1y made on the Illinois Unas of the Wabavh race continues unabated. In this sectnn chewed one of his ears off close to his i of the Centcnuinl Kiposltion the killing of a negro Is regarded as a mat bead. missionera railway, veml Uniu. nltnlnlug a ! Colonel Swettier Patlrti to reconsider their vot of Frblay evening, Hiium H. Fexton was appointed Importance. of soventyflve and even eighty miles an Waiiiinqtox, Oct St).- - yy direction of closing the big show. A meeting of the ter of llttloeffort has been So no very dnt Indian Creek, Knott County, vlco etermined hour for abort runa of from Uu lo iMetw made to sNa ' ion the IVetldent, Colonel it hweitrer, Itonnt was held soon after thu tlulng of tho mystery of thevo fimr blmwly cihum. J. A. littm.n, rgnnd, miles. Hecond Cavalry, halnt; sorvel for more tho Guarantors mooting. A ro&olutlon The terror of the negroes Is Increased ly A detail of fifty soldiers of tho Louis-vill- a AT n ButTaio 'ImU oiT" anl II war than thirty years as a con mUnoued olllccr was passed extending the time of closlug their natural superstition. They Legion, Kentucky Ktato Guard, was rroven that worth sixty. nine if tb army, waa tn.'t Upvn In imii until luiveuitcr i and that the price of that all tho-- i crimes have been committed ordered on the 2M to report for active sercents r jinUnnul.i Toi libit iLrcC XVv viUc tdiuU.tvii bo reduced to -- " cents for such Jiv- ninn .urterluus voodoo manorwu-They to Hazard, cents by placing It on the ''bargain1' application, retiml fivtu ' vice October W.where are to gosccnthefall time. IVu Cuunty, begins man. counter. Things aro not always what Lady Nominated for Governor. term of circuit court, with tho trials of perloey soenu Plague List at Jacksonville. one women In Hoktov, Oct SATwen The Lingering Fever, sons engaged In the feud Mihh Nici.uk Uouli Jay Gould's daughJacksonville, Fi.a., Oct SA Fresldent convention yesterday n milnated Miss Jacksonville, Fla., Oct 2. President on the docket ter, probr.bly the richeat helreas in AmeriI). KtocktoiifOf WheHrentss candidate Veal Mitchell has Just Issued tho following Alice tho Kentucky distllters are making eal Mitchell has Just Issued the followi i ca, Is a clover amateur artist and All hour of tho Liunl Itlghts party for (Jovenior of otllclat bulletin for the twenty-fou- r arrangements to re mi rue operations soon, ofilclal bulletin for thi twenty-fou- r hour bkotches and paints In water colors. Khe Massachusetts. ThecanUi lats is twenty- - ending six o'clock this evening: New cases, ending six o'clock this evening! New uses, and whlky-maklnwill be pushed with a Is a very sensible and unostentatious H( death, 3 total number of cases to date, six years or age. 23; deaths. 2; total number of caes Mdnt. vim. The estimates made by tho whisky young lady. 0.V): total number of deaths to date. 3tS. Foou old llaratne was In actual want Two Hundred Hornet Burned. Dratha Llxsle Mason, Mack Freston and 3,01?; totnl number of doaths to date, 3U. statisticians show thnt atlcast twenty milUoAtlisdeorRO Tousey and John P. lion gallons of bourbon and rye wilt be during the Inst year of his life, and had to Fay ton H. ltuckhalter. Oot, at. A fire has been raging UrnUN, Ore en made In Kentucky this season. This will beg alms of wealthy officers formerly unlluon-felan early hour rcqulro nt least flvo million bushels of A Youthful Immigrant's Walk. der his command. 'ltlat"he would say, since near Caasel, this nvrnlng at houses Two Black man GlbbitaJ. grain. your old (leneral, a new Helltarlus, who aro In ashes, and fifteen hundred August Hertol.an CLKVrUA.ND,0.,OctJS. hundrod twrsous Govrnxon David MrnnvKTiiEn, aged Little Hock, Auk., Oct 2(1 Hugh holds out his hat'1 and destitute Oreatdlstress Immigrant boy, aged fourteen, una was on niackrnan, colorcil, was hanged at Toledo elghty-rove- n nro homeless years, was admitted to the 'Imk large bakers of iew York refute to his way from llavarla to Join his father, ; Hlackmaii killed a negro know ai Norton Infirmary, and Is now In that In-put up tho price of broad. The small prevails. Win. Hertol, at Hhumwny,lll., wnlkodoffa f" "Dig Six" In n quarrel nearly two yean stitution suffering with a cataract of tho luikers are vociferous In saying "If we Lake Hhoiti train, last night, uenrbere,and Salarles for Customs OiJcsn. eye. The old gentleman is a welUUnowu igo. was killed. don't then the pooplo wilt think It strange && , M'ASiiiNaTOV, Oct Sfl. Jlige itcCal prominent citizen, and In bU dny Im we didn't put l0Mii tha price of bread tnout, Commissioner of Cusm, In his No Extension. Another Train Robbery. In State and National politics. In 1&31 he when Hour was low. " annual report to tbeSecretary of theTreas The Mnurms, Tg.N.v., Oct, Cincinnati, Oct 24 An effort has been ran for the Legislature of Kentucky The twentyfourmn wbocompoaed tho ury, rocommendi the paynnt of flied tassencr lialu of the Iron Moun- made to extend tho Centennial Kxpositlon against Judge Bullock, and beat blm by petit Jury for (tie September term of tho salaries to nil otllcers of tne C ustoms. tain railroad was held up by train robbers until ."November 1 a mil p.ttu Con- out ui Jud& Bu'loc, himself eighty Uucbanan County court, In Missouri, this afternoon two miles weat of Newport, gress to nllow the Government exblht to threo years old, Is nlso In the Norton In welghod A,oUi jhiunda, an average of 2.13 A. T. Stewart's Funeral Eipensot. Ark. The pnsaengers were robbed of atout remain until that dato; the (marantors flrmary. When Henry Clay died, leaving pounds. The tightest man on the jury Xilw York, Oct. SO. -- la the renrved ViOO, No further details can bo obtained almost unanimously askod for its oon. an unexpired term In the Senate of the tlppod tho beam at W0 pounds, while the bearing of the A T. Htownrt "ill cno to tluuntico nnd to reduce tlm price to United Ktates, Governor Meriwether was heaviest weighed ?u day the fact w as develops tine the otat to. night. n1 twenty-fiv- e cents, us did the elected to his sent and filled It with ability At tho congress of tho adiocates of had been charged l.HIl.'.'L for funeral ex Trapeze Performer Killed. Chamber of Commerce. 11ns awning and honor. Some time nfterwaid hn was cremation, recently held In Vienna, It was penses ox tho uillllnn Kt. IOUiR, Oct. 2S.Janifri Ward, a tra n meeting of tho LVntcnnml Coui'tils- - appointed Governor of the Indian Terriat statM that tbero ni throughout the world pere performer, fell at tho Ixjtidun Thea"loners, after a long debate, it w as tie uted tory and fiom this ofllco ho gn.ned bis Cuban Handil Killed. fifty ciematory, most of which are In the whllo doing tho wheel trick to closo the KYpoitlon ter n ght, title. The Government stilt owes blm United Ktales, twenty In Italy, and one Havana, Oct S!.'. In an iu 'Uutorwith twentytlvo feot, striking bead first on a on bis salary as Territorial Governor. each In Germany (Gotha), Kugland, tho guards, near the Zaldivur estate, the stone floor n;id frm'turod bis skull. Ho tho oto standing throe for and tuelvo against. By a late act of Congress his claims for Franco and Switzerland. bandit, Victor Fragoso, was ki led. died on tho way to tho hospital. this amount have been allowed. New Asteroid Discovered. It hat bocome a matter of heredity for Rurnl IVftconYw, Mr. Diving The remains of Mrs. J. W, Kills, who Orow.iod While Fishing, tlch Americans to endow colleges. Tho nil tho cotigrogiiUon waa ISosto.i, Oct. 20L A ficitiM O rvtr died suddenly In Betleue, thoothernlgbt, p.taotl with Wiiscli.no, Va., Oct SS. Thomas code dispatch announces the dlscoeiy of habit was forinod when the colonies wero not fifty years old, nnd It has grown your Bormon, nn' tho coumlttoo m Young, a prominent clllren, went fishing another asteroid (.N)) by Dr. Pal) sa at of a congestive chill, were taken to Moore's Hill, I ml., for Intel mont. Mrs. Kills, In company with Vienna In Hardly a college of thlnkln of jjlvin you n aiil, but tho In the back river stronger ever since. fact Id wo ulnt qtilto bum whether threo friends. About noon thoy passed 2.1. Sb. Iin.tlw following position: Odotwr weighed about 30 pounds, and as no collln In the laud Is not Just now prominence tis,(lreenwlch menu time tight planning tho outlay of one or moro legacies. you'll milt or not" lVeiicher- -" Would over tho dnm. The river Iwlng high and nicenslou Wm. ?"; north declination Meg. could be found large enough, one was made eseclally for her remains. It was tho cuneiit stiong, the skiff upset Young Mm, .Vs. Her you Hko nnothor trhl ormonP" UiiEnof has n woman found necessary to remove tho window name Is Miss Mlnnla Wostman, and she "AVnll, no, thnt nn't noco9iry; but ef stnited to swtn to the shore, but drownstt casing nnd three or four courses of brick Wlfb MuHor and Suicide. carries Uncle Ham's mall from tho head of you don't mind woM like y.u to send The other threo clung to the skiff, and from the dw oiling to allow tho removal of navigation on Hluslaw river over tho coast y'r wlfo to tliU town for a f. w dayn ho were picked up n milu botow. night Da T. Oct 20.-Colfax, tho coffin, a derrick being used to lower It range of mountains, following up the river tho womln folk vbl Yenter, a killed bis wife from the second-storto the ground. kin pit a look uthor." Malls Itccovcrod By Divers and himself. Thero were no witnesses to tollalei FoatoflIce Htatlon, within fifteen Dick Diui'Eit wns fatally and John GorIMatltlphM lit'cotil. Nkw York, Oct 28, Divers have semiles of Kugone City. Her route Is twenty tho tragedy, Yentor was very Jealous of don seriously wounded In a shooting afcured the malls from the sunken Atlat. bis w Ifc, who had threatened to leave him, miles long. fray In Pendleton County. Tho London dotoctlvos boat tho Thoy have been forwardob A hat said to have been worn by Hanta Cius. Beach Is tho new postmaster nt world In Indnctlvo rcasonln: Uocauso Anna at tho battle of Falo Alto hss boeu 930,000 for a Husband! Heavy Increase In Naturalization. Ksculapla Bprlngs, Lewis County, vice W, u nmn hns nn onjflo oyo tb y ImmcdU sent to tho museum at Matamorns HofiTON, Oct 2A In the suit of Mrs, L. Bhldeler, resigned. Nkw York, Oct 24 The Superior Court utoly not him down us an Anorloan. Mita. Ada M IIitteniikndkii, of Lincoln, Judges conferred citlxonshlp upon 10, CO ft Mtra Heals against Dr. Augustan T Ir newly married couples are as care Jloston Transcript NoU, has Ixum admlttotl to practlco befora of Lowell, for $iV),0oi damag i for less throughout Kentucky about having persons duilug the present year, or moro having alienated her husband's nffe tlons, tho proper record mado of the the U, H. Huprerue Court. This Is tho third than double the number of naturalization Onoof tho questions of ho day is t certificates granted In any year slnco 1654. tho jury brought In a verdict for the I lln ns they are In Union County, ceremony time a woman has Lcen granted the prlvl not more What id tho uso of paying much por in the court of common pious there werp till this motulng, awarding her V00 than half the married people in the Btato lege, Mrs. llelva A. Lockwood.of Washington, and Mfaa Laura Detorce Gordon, of foot for woodcurpot whi you can H,S.VJ persons made citizens. The oourt damages. could prove the relation. The Caieyvllle made 3,000 cltiretis in lbS7. California, being the others. JfnUtyriic says that of ninety-sevehave tho haro Iloor for nothing? marTwenly-FIvShots In a Family Feud The Mat herd of bulfalo, which was got Puck riages performed In tbo county within n Sawd OuTot Jail. Hoxie, MikH., Oct 2A- - Two membera together by Major Ilmlson, of Winnipeg, year, forty-nin- e are recorded as required CtiAnLtSTON, W, Va., Oct 53. Thomas each of the Rowland and Porter faiuille has lxon sold to a Kansas rancher for by law, forty-eigFrom tho habit lions h.vo of are not When ij Carr and W. A Copelaud, obargsd with engaged in alight tbUmoiiilng. Twenty, poopln and '1 his is the only herd on tho con$28,000. have property, It Is sometimes rery In thoIroffifM plueoi. burglary, and Captain Jack OohUby. flvo shots were fired. Dr. H. V. Porter was tinent, nnd the Canadian Government will 0110 WOUld fatlOV Importaut to have proof of an even that Lha. u.i-- n liivlnf charged with attempted murder, escuped fatally wounded nnd IV, II. porter serious uso Its lnlluonce to prevent the animals which at the time Is often regard I aa cf thorn for u rUo In y shot J from the Fuyette Jail last nlgbt by sawing bslng shipped into tho United States, Uttle consequence through ths bars. A Camde. (H, C.J man CURRENT TOPICS the word of llir iter's E;-polli- ng Jj W.-M- J' the World's Ktrag- gllng ArtUts Who Aim to Please the laste nnd Kulttrgo it Mind Tahnage Sermon 'Cos wen or corivslon. What a iwoi presented by Hogarth, his two pictures, 1je ," anil "The Miser's fjr TbomastJote's engravings age of Human Life," nnd the rErr.ptra," ind by Turner's niF rUodinart. Christ In artl ophets ond apostles In art! Jly Ajf . The subject of Dr. Talma go's sermon wasi "The Dlvlno Mission of Pictures." Hlstextwas Isaiah, chap. 2. parts of the 12thanJ lGtb versos: "The way of the Lord of hosts shall bo upon all pleasant plc tur&a." He said Pictures are "by some rolegatod to the realm of the trivial, accidental, sentimental' or worldly: but my text shows that God I scrutinizes pictures, and whether they ar 1 1 ITenven th art! vlsasid the church ought to come N appreciation of the Divine tares, yot the authors of them I aoirtii,itrjl'2jJ3j2 purposes, is a jly been left to sernlstarva JtJhe eroat nalnter. tolled In ttfj, bafng a great skater, e ho formed the acquaint rat Howe, of the English rough coming to admire they gradually came to l.thatwtea,.be.accomi fesTWuVhtelrtel. T' rota- - wMe&under'tlts)' oftaBdellex wcraVd '! waajsswa4 looked at by; high enongh for a king, and euloglam enough to embarrass a seraph. Obi man of large wealth, Instead of leaving to the whim of others your monumental commemoration epltaphtology to be looked nt when people are going to and fro at the burial of othtii, build right down in tho heart of our grent city or the city where you live, an Immense free reading room, crafres musical conrvatory( ra freo art gsllory, the niches for sculpture, and tho walls abloom with the rise and fall of nations, and lessons of courage for "i fie disheartened, and rest for the weary, and life fortho dead, and one hundred ond fifty years from now you will be wielding Influences In this world for good among was your those whoso great-granchild. How much better than white marble that chills you If you put your hand on It when you touch It In the cemetery would be a monument In colors. In beaming eye. UlUvlng possession, In splendors d a sd jr a (Jm-kill- 's fr mm a l, (o. d Ihm-i- Itt. s, n-- Cun-yhll- 1 hnll -t liitburL f u y ir t, nis tn HonsE-TliiEVE- v m Forty-secon- Tha oc-I- ty two-thir- twelve-year-ol- tr.-M- (ss nir-phln- Hir.xz-Tnxu!!- post-mast- er rr to-d- French-Fbersol- o g -- ln east-bou- $7,-0- mall-carrie- r. Lnat r, y m 'Rip-so- n, m . n o lay-lii- prliMi.e. That the artist's pencil and tho ongrarer's knife have sometimes Uwn mado sub servient to the kingdom of the bad It frankly admitted. After tho Ashes and n orla wero removed from Herculanenm and Pompeii the walls of thoo cities discovered to the explorers a degradation In art which can not be exaggerated. Hitan and all his Imps have always wante tha fingering of the easel. They would rither havo possession of that than tho nt of printing, for types are not so vntnt nnd quick for evil as picture. Tho powers of darkness think they havo gained s triumph, and they have, when In son ere spfcUAble parlor or public art gallery they can hang a canvas embarrassing to the good, but fascinating to the evil. It Is not In a spirit of prudery, but hacked up by God's eternal truth, when I siy that you have no right to hang In ycur art rooms or your dwelling-house- s that which would bo ofTvusivo to good people If the figures pictured were alive In your parlor nnd the guests of your household. A picture- that you have to hang In n umdsw hat secluded place, or that In a public ball you of friends can not with a group deliberately stand before and discuss, ought to have a knife stabbed Into It at tho top and cut clear through to finger stout and a bottom the thrust In on tho right sldo ripping clear, through to the left Pliny, tho elder lost his Hfo by going near enough to sco the Inside of Vesuvius, and the further you can stand olT from tho burning crater of sin the better. Never till the books of the lastdav aro opened shall we know what has been tbodlreharvestof evil pictorials Despoil n and unlwcommg rt gdUr!c. mau's Imagination and he becomes a moral carca-Tho show windows of Hngllsh and American cities In hlch th? low theaters have sometimes hung low lines of brazen actors nnd actreases In stylo. In suiting to all propriety, have made a broad path to death for multitudes of people. But so have all the other arts been at tlm9 sutmrned of evil. How has music been bedraggled! Is the re any place so low down in dissoluteness that Into It has not been carried David's harp, and Handel's orgun, and GotUchalk's piano and uie iJuirtf vioim; mm trie rtnv hf" though named after so Insignificant n thing ns the Sicilian eel, which bas seven spots on tho side like flute holes, yet for thousands of years has had an exalted mission. Architecture, born In the heart of Him who made th worlds, middr Its nrches and across Its floors, what bacLeon chanalian revelrlos hao enacted I It Is not ngainstanyof these arts that they havo been so led iuto captivity What a poor world this would bo If It were not for what my text calls "pleasant pictures I" I rtfer to your memory nnd mlno when I ask If your know ledge of the Holy Scriptures has not been mightily augmented by the woodcuts or engravings In the old family Bible which father and mother read nut of, and laid on tho tnblo In tho old homestead when you were boys and girls. Tho Blblo scenes which we alt carry In our minds were not got from the Bible typology, but from the Bible pictures. To prove the truth of It In my own case, tho other day I luuk up the clct family Bible which I inherited. Buie enough, what I havo carried In my mind of Jacob's ladder was exr; actly the Bible engraving of Jacob's and so with Sampson carrying off the gates of Onza; Ellsha restoring the Shuna-mlteson; tho massacre of the innocents; tho Crucifixion and the Lust Judgmont My Idea of all these Is that of the old Bible engraving which I scanned before I could read a word. That Is true with of you. If I could swing open the door of your foroheads f would unci thnt you are walking picture galleries. The gmat Intelligence abroad about the Bible did not coma from iho genuiul itmdiutf of tho book, for tho majority of the people read It but Uttle, If they read It at ntl; but all tho sacred scenes havo been put before tho great masses, and not printers' Ink, but tho pictorial art must have the credit of tlie Achievement First, tho painters' pencil for the favored few, and then engrav cr's plate or wood cut for millions on millions! What overwhelming commentary on tho Bible, what reinforcement for patriarch, prophets, apostle and Christ, what distribution of Hcrlptural knowledgo of all nations, lu the paintings and engravings thejvfroru of Holtuaii Hunt's "Christ In thoTemplei" Paul Veronese's "Magdalen Washing tho Feet of Christ;" Raphael' "Michael the Archangel;" Albert Durer'a "Dragon of tho Apocalypse;" Michael Angelo's "Plague of tho Fiery "Flight Into Tintoret's Herpents," I'jO'pti" Hubens' "Descent from the Cross ;" Leonardo Da Vinci's "Last Claude's "Quoen of Hheba;" Belli ill's "Madonna at Milan;" Orcugna's "Last Judgment;" and hundreds of miles of pictures if thoy wero put In Hue, Illustrating, displaying, dramatizing, Irradiating Blblo truths until tho Hcrtpture are not so much on paper as on canvas, not so much In Ink ns lu all the colors of the spectrum. In 1ST3 forth from Htraburg, Geiiuauy, thero came a child that wa,s to eclipse in fpcAtl any boldness and grandeur any thing and every thing that the world had seen since the first cotor appeared on the sky nt the creation. Paul Gustav Dorr. At eleven years of ago he published marvelous lithographs of his own, Having nothing of what he did for Milton's "Paradise Lost," emblazoning It oil the attention of the world, ho takes up the Book of Books, the monarch of literature, the Bible, and In his pictures, "Tho Creation of Light," "Tho Trial of Abraham's Faith." "The Burial of Harab," "Joseph Sold by His Brethren." "The Braieu berpent" "Boas and Hutn." "David and Goliath," The Marriage In "Tho Transfiguration." Cana." "B'ibylou Fallen," and two hundred and five Scriptural scenes In all, with a lKldness nnd a grasp almost supernatural afilatus that make the heart throb, and tlit brain reel, nml the tears start, and the checks blanch, and the entire nature quake with the tremendous things of God anil eternity and the dead. 1 actually staggeied down the steps of tho Iomlon Art Gallery under the power of Dor' "Chrlat Leaving the Priorlum," Profess j on to bo a Christian man or woman, and see no divine mission In art, and acknowledge you no obligation either lu thanks to God or man f s. lad-do's nine-tent8up-per;" y Ject a tm 1 SJKKfeSKSSBTSSKavjBaBPBTfl . gatherlnfhls fall apples, and some one asked hlato pray for a poor family, lb father cf which hhd broken his leg, and the busy farmer said"I can not stop now lo iray, hu$ you can go down Into the cellar and get some corned tef, and butter, and ;g5 nnd pt that ! ell 1 candor." Artists may wish for cur prayers, fut they alo want practical help frcsccsvrhocftn glv tiim work. You have hea.d scores of fcrmons for nil other kinds of uttering men nnd women, but I thaktfcs! th first sermon evor preached that mad a plea for the suffering men and women tf American art Their work Is more trt to nature and life than any of the miterpIecos that have become c: the otbr sldo of tho sea, but it I tb fihlnn of Americans to mention foreign artists, and to know llttlo or nothing abort our own Copley, and Alliton, andlnmin, and Oreenough, and Kensett Leitheafluent fling out of their windows am Into the back yard valueless daubs on l, canvas, tad caH In these splendid, men, nnd tell them to adorn your walt.rnly vrfih that which shall idease the jff"Ut enlarge the mind and Improve the jorIs and save the souls of those who gaxrfpcn thorn. llicklyn and all other American cities necicfat galleries of art, not only open ann'v for a fews days on exhibition, but w h shall stand open all the year round, nnom early morning until ten o'clock at ijhtj and freo to all who would com andfo, , What a preparation for tho wenr of the day a flvo minutes' look in and' tbenomlng at some picture that will open a dor Into some larger realm than that In ibich our population dally drudge I Or whit a good thing the half hour of artistic opitftunlty on the way homo In tho oven Inpfrom exhaustion that demands recup oration for mind and soul as well as body! Wi) will do for Brooklyn or the city wbrts you Hit what W. W. Corcoran did forH'A'blngton, and what I am told John Wssnaniaker, by the donation of De MubUosy's great picture, ChrIst lfore FUi'VIs going to dofer Philadelphia! Mrf of wealth If you are too modest such a place to build and endow during your lifetime, why not go to yoar iron safe and take out your last will mid testament, and make a codicil that irn build for the city of your residence a throne for American art? Take some of that money that would otherwise spoil yctr children, and build an ait gnllory thit shall associate your name forever, nopnly with the great masters of painting wbt regime, but with the great masters to are trying to live; and also win tho aji. ration and love of tens of thousands r of (fotle, who, unable to have flno their own, would be advantaged Build your own by rojr benefaction. mesanents, nnd not leave It to the whim ofrfM;s. Horn of tho best people sleep-Iti Oreeuwood have no monument, at aUTtJonie crumbling stones that In a few ylll let the rain wash out name and 3 tfjtpl whllo some wen, whose death the abatement of a nuisance, W1i hsi U pIloofpolUbed Aberdeen ? bulun-rewvdpipic-tun which ffjejdover hi had to keep off tha i tone turled at him. The pictures Tho tower of David was 'nujg wit on of Blchard Wilson, of England were thousand dented .shields of battle; but sold for fabulous sums of money after you, oh I man of wealth, may have a bis death, but tho living painter was glad grander tower named after you, one that to get for his "Alcyone" n piece of Btliton shall be hung not with tho symbols of cherts. From IftlO to 1013 there were 1,0)0, carnage, but w lth the victories of that art pictures willfully destroyed. In the reign which was so long ago recognized In my of Qiecn Elizabeth It was the habit of text as "pleasant pictures." Oh, the some people to spend much of their time power of pictures I I can not deride, ns knocking pictures to pieces. In tho reign some have done, Cardinal Mazarln, who, of Cksrles L It was ordered by Parliament when told that he must die, took his last thnt all pictures of Christ be burnt. walk through the art gallery of his Painters wero so badly treated and hupalace, sayings "Must I quit all miliated In tho beginning of thectghtecnth this' Look at that Titian 1 Look at century that they w ere lowered clear down that Carreglol Look at that deluge of out of the sublimity o( their art, and Cam cell Farewell, dear pictures I As obliged to give minute accounts of what the day of the Lord of Hosts, according thej did with their colors, as n painter's to this text, will scrutinize the picture. I bill, which came to publication In ScotImplore all parents to see that In their land, In 1707, Indicated. The painter bad households they have neither In book, or --n touching up some old pictures In tho newspaper, or on caiivas any thing that church, and bo sends In this itemized bill will deprave. Pictures are no longer the to the vestry: "To filling up n chink In the exclusive possession of the affluent Thero Hed ea, and repairing the damages to Is not a respectable home In these cities Pharaoh' hosts;" "to a new pair of that has not specimens of wood-cu- t or hands for Dnnlcl In tho lion's den, steel engraving, If not of painting, nnd nnd a now set of teeth for the your whole family will feel the moral uplioness j" "to repairing Nebuchadlifting or depression. Have nothing on nezzar's beard;" "to giving a blush to your wait or In books that will familiarize the cheek of Eve on presenting the apple the young with scenes of cruelty or wasto Adam;" "to making a bridle for the sail. Havo only thoso sketches made by Good Samaritan's horse, and mending one artists In elevated moods, and none of of bis legs;" to putting on a new handle those scenes that seem tho product of aron Moses' basket and fitting bulrushes, ticle delirium tremens. Pictures are not and Adding moro fuel to the fire In Nee. only a strong, but a universal buchadnezzar's furnace." So painters were The human race is divided Info humiliated clear down below the majesty almost as many languages as there aro of thelrart The oldest picture In England, nation ' mnv speak rn n jurirAtt of Chaucer, thuuglt now of great pie of alt ungu j. Volapuk rnsny ha o value, wns picked out of a lumber garret hoped, wlti little reason, would become a Great were the trials of Q'icntin Matsys, world-wid- e language; but the pictorial la who tolled on from blacksmith's anvil till, always a world-wid- o language, and printas a palnUr, be won w tde recognition. The er's tvpes have noemphaslscompared with first missionary to Mexico made the fatal It We say that children are fond of picmistake of destroying pictures, for tho loss tures; but notice any man when he takes of which art and religion must ever laup a book, and you will see that the first ment But why go so far back w ben In this thing that ho looks at Is the picture. Have yearcf our Lord one thousand eight hun- only those In your house that appeal to the dred and eighty-eigh- t, and within twelve better nature. One engraving has someyears of the twentiotb century, to bo a times decided an eternal destiny. Under except In raro exceptions, means the title of fine arts there have come here painter, poverty and neglect? Poorly fed, poorly from France n class of pictures which cjd, poorly housed, be cause poorly appro-Hitw- f elaborate argument bas tried to prove Ir Whrnn I henra man Is n n.ilntrr. reproacbable. They would dUgrace a bar I havs two feelings, one of admiration I room, and they ncod to be confiscated. forth greatness of his soul, and tho other J Your children will carry the plcturesof of cuBJuUeratlon for the needs of his their father'-- hou,e with them clear onto body. the grave, and, passing that marble pillar, But It has been In all departments of will take them through eternity. noble work. Some of the mightiest have Furthermore, let all reformers, and ntl been tirdly bestead. Oliver Goldsmith Sabbath-schotoachers and all Christian ad such a big patch on the coat over his workers realize that If they would be efeft brust that when he went any-whefective for good they must make pictures, ie Kept nts nat In his hand closely pressed if not by chalk on blackboards, or kinderover the patch. The d garten designs, or by pencil on canvas Bishop Asbury had a salary of 564 a year. then by words. Arguments aro soon for1'alntrn are not the only ones who have gotten; tut pictures, whether In lnnguage endareJ the lack of appreciation. Let or In colors, aro what produces strongest men of veatth take under their patronago effects. Christ was always telling what a the suffering men of art They lift no thing wns like, and His sermon on tho com plant; they make no strike for higher Mount was a great picture gallery, beginwages. But with a keenness of nervous ning with a sketch of a "city on a hill that organization which almost always characcan not be hid," and ending with a tempterises pntus these artists suffer more est treating against two houses, one on the than anr one but God can real! xo. There rock and the other on the sand. The needs tob a concerted elfort for the suf- - parable of tho prodigal son, a picture; who went forth to fnnK ni&ti cf America, net sentimental parable f th discourse nbout what we owo to artists, sow, a picture; parable of the unmerciful ill give them n By Arvftnt, a picture; parable of the ten assists tint llhood; fr I am In full sympathy with virgins, a picture; parable of the talent the Christ an farmer, who was very busy a picture. The world wants pictures "r, bt and the nppetite begins with the child, who consents to go early to t--d If the mother will alt bvaldo him and rehearse a story, which I only a picture. When wo see how much has been accomplished In secular direction by pictures Shaks jmWs tragedies a picture, Victor Hugo's writings all pictures, John Buskin'? and Tennyson's end I.ongfellow'j works all pictures why not enlist, as far as posst Lie, for your churches and schools and reformatory work and evangelistic endoavcr the power of thought that can be put Into word pictures, If not pictures In color? Yea, why not all young men draw for themselves on paper, with pen or pencil, their coming career of virtue, If they prefer that, or of vice If they prefer that After making the picture put It on the wall, or paste It on the of some favorlto book, that you may havo It before you. 1 read the other day of a man who had been executed for murder, and the Jaljer found afterward a plctuie mado on tho wall of the cell by the assassin's own band, a picture of a flight of stairs. On the lowest step bo had writ ten "Disobedience of parents;" on tho " on the third, second, "Drunkenness and gambling;" on the fourth, "Murder," nnd on he fifth nnd top step, "A gallows." If thut man had mads that picture before he took the first step he never would have taken any of them. Oh! man, make another picture, a bright picture, nn evangelical picture, and I wilt help you make It I I suggest six step for this flight of stairs. On the first step write the words i "A nature changed by the Holy Ghost nud washed lu the blood of the Lamb;" on tho second steps "Industry nnd good companionship;" on the third step: "A Christian home with a family altar;" on tho fourth step: "Ever widening usefulness;" on the fifth step: "A glorious departure fronj this world;" on Heaven! "Heaven! tho sixth step; Heaven!!" write It tliree tnuea, ana jei word be male up of the letters of the one tanners, the second of coronets, and the third of thrones I ProraUe me that you will do that and I will piomlse to meot you on the sixth step, If tho Lord will throush His pnrdoniug grace, bring me there too. , How mint take a wrong vlow of Hfo, and waste their nerv.-- s system In endeavoring to accumulate wealth without thinking of tho prcseut happiness they are throwing away. H Is not wealth or honor that makus a man happy Many of the most wretched beings on earth have both. But it Is a radUut sunny spirit which knows how to boar llttlo trials and enjoy comforts, and thus extract happiness -from every Incident In Hfo. CArWiar. fly-le"Sabbath-breaking;- J Wvrld. ii Do xot be desirous to have things done quickly; do nut look at smalt advantages. Desire to have things doue quickly prevents tholr being dono thoroughly. Look, lug at small advantages prevents greut tW from being accomplished. ufTulr - - Atwtrft hold fast to lova. We win by furtoUuiiCs. tenderness, and euuquei L F. II . Jiubiiinm. it ltriwi)slissisjsinwffvsi..alii mtvu EB33& i- - J TArmmr' - WliiLUlliL rvaanBmwavBj mssBBmBBm m&& - it g rtK c irniiFiiiwiajijiij nujammw g csn ragCT p g& TF'-iULjj- m& && n 3;CCrfiIVrV35Jj3ftHBHfeg B?S. 2 JTES"? -- AJNTiD 2. ,77-ZBJcXzS3- C3rOO33SJ a. u GtIeajsttd i ilt E39 NEW GOODS! :Di0JF:3LJI.iaL.3r, B 3B ti K3SkwJI a S?ii AND CIULD11K&& llMZV, in all Stjlcs. Kif A UcaullftilJUiic of LADIES' rsr.V largo line of !3" t5 3k feSS cH Bnnwi-DesuoycM raacoi x v lij tub 'll? i? S. cu A x. .a. a? na "'' -- i& 2U -- at MS4 oe!olirtcl LA DIES' AM) UlIILDDEXti' SHOES, ihe Magnificent Line ..f MEXS - pi 1 novelties 5314. BP igy1 tgrgi. aHSj, CSJi g P? fitting ami most reliable Shoo mnilc in llu Tnltcfi Stat.-- . YOUTHS' ami J10YS CLOTHING, Ackerlaml it WjIerVi Make, the bast niatlo nml bit $fXS but fitting Ciotliing IS in tlio murku E&& THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY. FRIDAY, NOV. Demccr&Uc T My Stock 1 is Large aaci will be Bold I at- the Invest Possible Prices I Ttmt r.!i;lis! Call aad Sec tfxcm! a YICTOItY IX THE .UK ifl In 18SS. l jltowwH' U li rr tu i v t I A OLD RRLIARLK ltlf ltl.tlimta f..l ..- -, rinV V i ,i -- ;,yuu rum. ui toot niiairosiiiuii Minister at Washing ton, Lord FAMILY GROCERY, vy.4.U4U Vi w.Vi ytiuuv. rccitiiiir in his 0 tter tho naon's recoru .. ou tuc labor nuc iuHntittninnrp IPnri tilt linn tt ntvmiinitt $& MVM t ta-o- w I.A I.I. ..!. 1 I ng r h anont OHiJroC hi III inois, as well as In Jnd ana.tcr, - Treotrado nml . latcsarerHkTdniy .8t , oiovelaud. exnrcs- I linlfinnnd for nm roiliiliT1. pmitl. copio in i ue donui pornaps uoiri sln I "W: 31 formor ndmin lion appremato tho labor qnoetlon, but of Meuee,) still, any way we mnMuok rrC8ont uecniioof those ACOMLlTi: STOCK OK SHKLK AND HEAVY OOODS. ALSO, A PUMi m;u ouic. in Illinois and Indiana it is a very tiii..i k... mi..i...i.... !.... Tnrklr. at it, tlio ouuook is most natterilki. link uiiiiiiiiiil: iiiiil inn iiiiL-Tlio Post, a conservative paper, grave one. It Is so grave that Hah IciT (iijjIi Kllrr red Kir of Charge. ing to tlio Democrat. heart was sorelv troubled 1st. Cleveland sots l."3 votes has a long article on the political when the Republicans failed to about the President's retaliation from tlio Southern States, nod Munition in New York. It sums buy or bribe tho Inlior Signal, tho message and the prompt passage lUoiuingcau loo him one of t Iic.mo the whole matter up as follows: principal organ of western organ- by a Democratic House of tho except apathy upon the part of "An estimate on the basis of 188 ized labor, which is published at measure nskod for, and asks tho wilt give Cleveland 15.000 to L'5.- - Indianapolis, they got a counter Democrat?. British Minister to enlighten him ) FOR PRESIDENT, 2m. Hciii sure of tbeso 133 otJO plurality in the State, as four felt issue contaiuininc an editorial as to the President's sincerity, &C terror Pure Yyt es, Cleveland tuen needs nut sevenths of tho inereaso of the convoxine: the imnression that tho GROVER CLEVELAND,;.' more to iusuro his election. total voto of 1S3I will bo polled minor had ilomied to Harrison. On the 14th the Kuglish Minis-te- r COWGILL'SEYE SALVS. : -Jim replies, giving the opinion that New York 33, and Imiiaua J5, in the Democratic election ilia-- It is hardly to bo expected that tho President's action was only voitic. mud HhtuniatUni, Nrarti Cleveland will carrv Illinois, but intended for campaign effect, S;c. gives him the necessary 201, and triots." 'Ihc tho Democratic Stato Committee Fon 3 to spare. Or, we can loso IndiCOWOILL'S WSASSL OIL. These letters were held quietly Kx Senator, and National Dem- 'assert that they have the names ana, and elect with New York, until LLJ N G, THURMAN, 2mw Jersey, and Connecticut, and ocratic Chairman Raruurn, 6ays: of over 10,000 former Republicans of an last Friday, on the occasion $tir Tor PiU, Company in the && demonstraCOWOILL'S PILE 0IKTM3ST. have 3 more than needed; or, wo "Clcreluud had it small plurality who have changed to (ion. Palmer, tion In Saw York, where Mr, Blaine in ISSI, 1,335- ThetarifTissuo vas which if they stick, will give the can loso both Indiana and Con"as to speak, and where Mr. Z& Kor Trtur ami Kiowtrra, necticut, and elect with New York, worked by tho Republicans four Stato to the Democrats. The Ro-- Maine exploded the boomeranjr. IX roMTir.4. HONEMTY as publicans only claim tho Slate bv ew Jersey and uaiifornw; or, we years ago with as Now what of it, and what does COWSILL'S TSTrZIt OIHTHSHT. President Cleveland reports to can lose New York, and elect with characterizes tho much igorthis 5,000. canvass it prove! that tho tax system of tho people Kor Wurini, Oonuec Indiana, New Jersev, Conuecticut, J'oar. The Democrats of 5r 1'ollrri Xon for fol Initio nftrr llirro yenrs, anil nil clnlina jmid No man, three degrees from nn this country produces one hun California cMKiMioar and Michigan, and Lnvofllt'nt'vo mctthoissue fairly well. idiot, can read the Muichisou let-- CcwgiU'c Ploasar ,t Worn Syrup Imiiiodlatolx nil rcceiiit of proofs of dnitli. dred million dollars a year more i5 votes extra. Certainly, tho po mere is no scaro on mat nucs ter, and not see at oucu that the than tlie Government needs to :Vex( TiicNiIuy Mettles It. tion. Connecticut A, writer was not then, and never had s.irisFicnox avAtusrhKn on all legitimate ex- titieal condition in these States for Cleveland, and will bo counted pay its debt and TiiK MU.VEV XSFUSDED. not only that,! The great battle of ballots next boon, friendly to Mr. Clexeland, are such as to warrant a reasonpenses. and expectation that they will send a solid Democratic Tuesday. jbecauso houses the stereotyped Par Sa' tj tt.. fropriHor, The Republican Senate, news- able hopo may carry VfJf. II. UUGIUtfA C. llALTZUIfi, V.PrtiU It. L.AU:XAM)i:il Cadi Cleveland one, any or delegation to Congress." papers nml orators, all ngieo that all Tho Democrats aro confident of "Opulillcnn argument m:w iiAMi'.suiur, of them. Resides, Illinois, coZ;jJ.Y.COWGlLL, Druggist, iinlisli diitnNter. of this is truo. victorv. but no matter which side Tr i. tf Fouryear8 ago ew this as w ell as ordinary Cleveland asks tho people to Minnesota, Iowa, Wiscomt.n and tho Stato by about RIaino carried, win;, let macnauimiiv and cood H.lW Kr ffA m ya jli hs 1,000 plurality. Nebraska, are wavering in the citizens know and see it, and will cheer tho defeated. reducn this taxation on themselves . j o to balance, and inis by taking the taxes off necessi- now waging the stubbora fight vertsyear, owingtho the many con The result in New York U tlio ln'iiee, when ho answered tho 40.M.TI mado by Mills bill and in each of theseStates IAIi ter, it was his purpose, desire and &c. IIK'U.IIAX, I(V. ties, such as clothing, salt, important and tho most unmistakably allow bo tho bitter tight between expectation of injuring Cleveland's Tgg Isn't it strange that any portion chased as doubtful them o To rents of Gallinger and tho ndhe-- ' doubtful. State;. Chandler Tlio Democrats expect to carry .clmnces for of the people should In any way bo candid tho Couiukh don not over the United States Senator-ship- , New York, Now Jenov, Counec-- ! These facts aro too plain to oppose this reduotiou of taxes immvj: the Democratic Suto Chair850,000. expect Cleveland to carry ;ny of Indiana, California, and nJ ccivo any one, unless such a one upon f iteiiistilven 1 SEKTUCSI these last named, but it is not only man figures i,00 plurality for the Southern States. wants each an excuse to bo do- isn't It even stranger mat tne possible but probable for Lai to Cleveland, and hopes to carry tho people should exhibit even a careTho Republicans oluhi all the ceietl. if rtrfni(t 'flo fact of the Hritlsh Minis- - rillHS HOL'.nK HAS KKCtWTI.Y IIKBN lessness about voting to endorse win ono or more of them, h fact Legislature. Northern States, and boan of car- uf npriHHmiKl(iuii L fittftl tip for of all.k'lwtllclUB. .....U for drc-ilar- s rer a? rliatn. .VrT rorttZ :vkw jnusr.Y re- uie great political uattie is so nn odlcer that so proposes to ilillf west vtrsiu 11.1 lLrM mrpnuue coming to tne'I- tlriitriiu. Ktul ilk tc . iflkllti imwi. fn. rvinir Vircfntii. nt li' or iur uiriii, i1l'0Malrl t (U MHinZ iur great, so iutouse, so furious, all Is piaeticaily conceded to the De- North Carolina and Florida. Knowledge of President Clevo-- , criijr, nen ruom, nice nJ duce unnecessary taxation I r itnt. r inoatu. rile ( County Judge along tho line of the so'coushercd mocracy by from 5t000 to 8,000 tunii Himntop wiiii u mini, mo isntisn tovernment was Snpposo that tho jjinrantei Illinois has had C0.O0O Republi TraTlb men will fiaj Ibo beat ol tUn- county doubtful States that no inau can majority. Tlio Republicans liavo can majority, aim uepuuiicaug and Magistrates of Fulton uhh 1111s iiovernmoni uon at our liOU. should issue an address to tho say with certaiuty that Cleveland abandoned their tight for tho everywhere admit that that State' would not for ono moment submit of In RiMliton, w earrr UDXlRTUOTOOrCJ i may not carry every one ofHhcn.' State, nml are after the Legislatth llglitet nearaneo of FANCY AND FAMILYfull lln people of this county citing tho tlio GROCERIES I !l. nUCIIMN ure with tho 6lim hopes of sue- - U trembling innow balance, andi0 J.M RKKIi. V HALTZnt. foreign Interference in our local It M. AI.r.XANDKn. nulc tlmlr lnjulir proof that a $2 poll tax was pro- And wco versa, no Demicrat I H I - iiaa 10 fnffflia tV C JOHNSON J V At. KXANpnt. f nttil irhirli altmtlaD Senator McPherson bva i - in .i,ouo ... lAiinit niajoruy rut.. ' ntnfliniid-t " Our jnfofi rlItr cm ducing more money than the coun- could say with certainty that k iiiei three days wherein to srecall Lord lare a low winttiA ivtwv an the 1owol i Republican. Democrats can scarcely hopo to ty needed, and that a $1 poll tax rison will not receivo tho c Weft, or ho Would bo summarily oino. was all that was needed, how many rai vote or everyone of tuern. in carry the State, but it is Ohio This State promises a big ful how tho Republican dtsu ijscd for thus insulting tlio D citizens, white or black, would other words, they are so closV, to American people. Tho three days vote to continue tho $2 tax! And nicely balanced that it may sojliap- surprise to all. It was thought lias dwindled. .MA.NVl'ACTfKKKn OF TI1K CKLKnnATI'D yet, President Cleveland presents pen uiai every ono oi inemi viu mat tne wool clause in tho Mills Senator Sherman, tho ablest of hariig elapsed, without action upII! exactly this similar proposition to fall on ono side solid; or,ltba! bill would tend to increase tho the Republican leaders, it is reli- on the part of the Hritlsh Governen tlio people of tho United States. Harrison may carry some of uieiM Republican majority, but on tho ably reported, now admits that ment, on Wednesday tho Presiof Uiecl 'V II A T Tho Republican party opposes this and Cleveland some Domofcrati contrary, lending Democrats thero the Democrats will carry Indiana, dent, after tho fashion of Jack-on- . tiThat which makes say that the State has suddenly but lie asserts that Harrison wilt gavo "mi lord" West his plain proposition, on tho grounds ed throughout this broad land so coa- become doubtful and that no one 'jo elected. walking papers. that the reduction ot taxes will, Ildont and enthusiastic Is their - can be found to bet which wav it Not, what's tho result! way, injure. in some mysterious The real truth is that the result CO , 2 Tlv.i Rrltish intermcddlcr has the industries of the country. iPtmueuco upon 1110 i.M vow m win go. The UIU Roman's friends of tho election depouds npon New en Mm ItoOi 10 South, and upon ow York, are doing yeoman work. Against this Republican idea tho York and Indiana. Most people Kt hmiself kicked out of Wash-icvAMNiiri iiiiMit hicihua.v Democrats ask the simple, plain l0WJcrsey, Connecticut and Ci. that New Yoik vriH decide lRton for not attending to hisown business, nnd lending himMichigan Sunset Cox has gone the election. MiimtlAii, how 4'Hti hiiv man. pciur!"orua- - These ate tho States c;k ;"G "n0 "f Rfpubilcuii orrich, boiujureihby rodncing his!,n wl,iph wo bank our hopes, flM to Michigan to stamp tho State, California is hardly a doubtful RC CJI wmuwo 'w. "! taxes I To 1o INtumt "r v"1- -only In the line or )roj. muviuot ma own uisiiicl 10 iauc I Statn. nnd neither In Xow .Jersov. tricksters ; and the Republican care own election Roth arc reasonably certain for trick lias been so completely ex Tho Rrohlbitlontste, on the gen- - '"f?" itself. Jlis ! poHsibilities. Tie is sure. Postmaster General DickposC'l, it being now proven that oral assertion that both tho oldinl VP political bias, record at tho poili, inson, who persuaded Mr. Cox to Cleveland a fow years ago was tho fellow "Mnrchlson" was a political parties aro corrupt, ns Michigan V OIVK II sert that Cleveland's position Is present state of tho canvass, m go to Michigan, says that Michi- certain to givo tho Republican myth, that Instead of injuring UjuU delivered 131any TllIATi to w Jersey, prl of Ihe Citjr . H:iOK:jvtA.irf gan is cortain now to go for his manly manner of f dishonest. Dishonest in what nominee 30.000 majority but now Cloveland, can't deny tho fact, and they Jjcnt, Indiana, CaUroinia, and tie3,000 will mnko up the diflereuco meeting and dealing with It, has bouthern States, warrants tho VIMOMN. made him friends, and injured tho daro not oppose tho remedv. between Cleveland and confidence of all tint Wisconsin Secretary Vilas in- - Thousands of Democrats Ilnrrisnn. iCepcblicnns who condescended OLAltK & 3MADD0X, Tho Democratic nosition beinc tliuaiastlc :..,v aro bet- i i' .1... .m i.i. ((ir Ktntity atul CUnten SttttU,) to tie low depths of such a trick. so thoroughly rigid, just nud lion " t!,Ilt il wil! fio Wouiocnitlc. to Cleveland next Tuesday. will break away from the if Uepubh-- i JilCKXAX, - - - AT., est, certainly the American people ol(1 Fml Douglaaa, tho loailnr C0'ulUl0"8 h will eiidoioe it. Announce that tliej hT recrUH a well Tho Young Men's after PKitPKTUATixu sritiru. arc something like those of 1870. of tho coloroil ItopubllcatiH. York, Association will moot at 'Christian - teltclel atocV of eTerXthlng tuuall krpt canvassing the Rap- In a : oulymoro favorablo to Cleveland nnlfa lUntIndiana and ' New e i . . . torA an Iniellureiu sisni:; man they were to Tllilcn. " o man, no oven a air in naeuFull0l dkalf.rs FVtmilv 3 oMock. All are invited. Al.'rstaTeV he votes coally Kvorvthlru freih, new, clean and cheap. Repubhcan, w deny that Clove- - for 1Iorr80l wi10fwhen Krc.at ... Al? Tho Democrats have a real . l.M nextTuoadar, cm lll wiiiiMMb .1 . int DKUUS. MrlilCINES, BOOKS, BTATIONKRY, and HelioolRiini.lIra. him lands nihnlnlBtration lias inauga- - conscientiously place IiIb laatfd cp. kial rM! "Il31rti' ling chance to carry Michigan, Fancy (i(Xl.S,TOY8, and I'lirrUnU S vmg u nII0lBf Miunnsota, California, Ne lated a stronger feeling of frater- - 0Il jlia heart !fiav: I I Y It A K i: It V , am volb SlDRIKHi TAINTS, OIKS, WINKS and MtjUOIIH, or Medical uie. i.ity and brotherly love between i0 perpetuate lovo'and eooil nil j v.vj niViVI e vaila, Now York, Now Jersey. In baker. Frcih and have secured a the and Southern peo..belwetJ tho Kuriheru andHouth-piIOWA. hrcftd each da. AI'O, a diana, and Connecticut, which adaoentq von tiu; than existed under tho Repub- - eru peoplel" Congressman fowa Weaver ded to every Southern Stato would i lean ;"6ldents. Thib being true,' Cun produc0 n nowa'paper writes to it personal triend hero make a sweeping victory. Ann challenge the market In thl lUe. Al Un't for all the poop o peech, act, wordor syllablerf 3,n that Cleveland will carry that Cleveland is as certain of being) that It is true, and that It should aulhor,ieJ R.abriuuu Stato by at least 5,000 uinfoiity. A cood Paw Mill, with complete outfit, next Tuesday, as thero I, I V K It Y HrFIlKNCHIPTIONH A HPEC'IAITY. fci Can lw hoiiKlit tt now in good location Ity, that promises or teaches aay. and that tho Democrats will gain is a freo batlot and a fair count. not every Itennnhcair it,;., ..i. a renhltprlro and onreaiuinabto tern;. In connection. Wagon, lioe Iliigirn, i. one Congiessmati. .i. .. AJJri'Jw. for Snfurniitlon. "? linWHniiiiAriiitld. Urnnin;.i.1 .'"? "Hi" "v (live ua a trial. IN tho coming election you voto &o.t for hire-xr.mumiA. siruei J. J. C. UONDUUANT, after day, and week after week. mivll Nebraska Tho tidal wavo that by baUot in the Congressional On suchnn Issue as this. Hickman, ICy. f(atr teem witfi editorials exactly to the with any elected JIuSiianv to Coirgross two l.tce. The ballot must be written rocard for uontniry or rraternlty uml brother-l- win, preiouu to ucny truth-ttioWin- - years ago from a strong Republi- or printed on a small blip of white I mat love between these sections t can district this tlmo bids fair to paper and contain tho candidate's Can any fair minded citizen denv ocratic party represents the sjiilit make him Governor, carry tho namo without other distinguishing 0f peftce ovo nmj fraternity, ai flint tlifci ttlun to tinn I A the ballots! 1.1...;;;. '.,,:;. .r, hen why mai me iienuuucan party ronrb State for Clevolaud and elect a marus. ior instance, printed. W.J t.i for our Democratic :: ! (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streeta,) r. m will choose aLegislattue, to which ij. RtMl.n nominee arc w x . orHfia. i I mm i inn successor tuuiiu in uiunu, .....1 41.1c iiiiuiu ..I "i.ti.i.tZ t". "i " i' ; Ul sucuouai Htriie.nua tno norne ii nil that can bo put on it. Should Republican. .V. 5 !',Io of actional Imto. If Von . iVnVV " u.'1 '"' ih;alkr in two ballots ho folded together ; Mm i.U 0VG dohco., .rmnnnilinr tlm ruir ""'" "M. ..... CAU'OllMA. , . .. . VI l.n.H.. ...An..-.i- .. iwnhw neither will '" . I'Z .iV" vo,u l ,er,,ei" woreycara of Cleveland's rule i Tho California Democratic pa- your namo bo counted, nud If 10 or anything else is N FAINTS MK-STUf- fi, pers appear to feel certain of carOl'KS I), with new STOCK, out nnd out. Ine, itylUh UI08 for hira i. i"1""1"1' " "t la loft of m4 2IDi JUST ; J Y.i ; v,i-"u tteruess. rying that Stato for Cleveland. written or printed on it it will not l'tttrunoge aollcited. ffMonable. administration will wipe out overy. i ouui They ostimato Cleveland's major- bo counted. For Presidential electvestlgo of sectional feeling. ors tho old viva voce methods bRXATon Gorman sajj that ity gonerally at 10,000, but Dennis will prevail. jimc 2HT9 m::c3 a caroini survey of tho eittl Kearney, tho great aner AN IMl.M.Mr jti'ir. octno-ianon in icv iorlcho stnifoo his agitator puts it at 10,000. If tho Ii' the Prohibitionists succeed j Cleveland has been President political reputation upon tho pre- Democrats curry it at all, it will In giving Tenuesseo to the Repub-- ' nearly four years, and COMPOUNDED. '& CAREFULLY bo good. Ocu. Hancock carried Henna and thus defeat Cleveland, uv Jtl'HESCPTIOINS wo aro missing through dictions that Cleveland will carry it by 1 FURNITURE, I FUHNITiTf 72, then Rlaiuo oarxied it by won't itvvti;tf Demo apolitical campaign unparalleled: tho Stato "and his vote will ho in- 13,000 on this samo Chineso Issue, crats love them for thus stabbing) creased per cent, over that of In excitement, the bitterest following tho them In tho back I Last year they 1831. He Rays that the Nc York and immediately have never chargod any Democrats carried It for Gover- promised Democrats to Induce! corruption or dishonesty city light this year will not affect nor by 583. tho Presidential election and cites them to voto for "tho amendment" against him. IMHA.VA C()MU)i:(i:. that the issue should not be thrust 1! Does not this fact speak vol-- i uie nici nun tour years ago Clove-lauDEALERS IN Ibr As for ov York, Indiana Dem- into politics. Aio they acting in! was openly and violently on- umes to tlio American people f Beo what RepumV , ocrats are very conUdcut that it good faith I u ,v wiui ivuiiyaudxaia-manyThero lias been no Credit Mo-- ! will give Clovolaud --'5,000 majoti can prohibitionists like Mr. Rth. &. SON, whereas in the present blllier scandals, no Star route eon. all factions will supnort the ty, but the feeling is so general eildgonro doing, canvassing for tract lobhcrien, no Relkuap Rost v jr.vNUiwrTOitKiiH that California, Illinois, Iowa and tlio Republican ticket. . tradership deals, no Whisky dob ticket. Minnesota, ono or nil, will go Demlike Riistow cprrriv &v,, &c.t' ViVK million Democrats will dc-- ! .35 you want peace and luothcif ocratic that tho loss of Now York incicJUAXt posit their ballots for Cleveland snoii as notorioumy attached to I.v If love botween tho Noitb nnd would not be wept over a great Republican ndminlstratinuR. nud Thurmaii noxt Tuesday,! South, Tho addition of Illinois to of llaln, Furniture at greatly Voters of ICentucky, don't you et, for voto tho Democratic tick- deal. Dnmocrntio column of 1831 tramp, iramp, tno tJomocrniic boys OOK3ST yon know that it is tbp tho WISredurnl rkcn, Wunil a full line, nt M'dlum and all timed, of curry know that every word of thfs Is only party that aro marching. preaches amlteacli" would givo tho Democrats the WARDIlOliKS' CHAWS, XQCKEilSi TABLES, UUHKAUa, WASH8TAKDS, true Then, if you favor honest Four hundred Fulton county nun uuiwcen the peci election without Now York, or governmentif you are hoiipst KUIICt, Kimmi MANllRtt SETS, MATMKSSESt SriUXCS, Jfif Machine Works-Engi- nes and Boilors. California nud Iowu, or Iowa and Democrats failed to voto for Ruck-nor- . Agents for Morris yourself, how can you fail to vote And fti'gunririlco our prices tola llic tnuffit. OUe us a rial and bt convinced. Soo to it, Domociats, that Minnesota. my- - wc r ieiliuartcr on UNiniUTAtinli n for tho man who courageously ocw, ami uiicouni an comyf Indiana Democrats aro count theso otk for Cleveland and Thur voto for ttllon In (lit "r. wp carry a larsu Ilnr of HooUcu nnd .Metallic uunut LntfR. Illustrates that honesty! - WILL OKIJf I) 3IEAL KVKUY BAT17KDA Y. atiRlO'ly (mr-- . Cleveland, 1.. niiiii uci jucsuoy. ug, too, upon Michigan, uik u ntoolally. IriT liqulr K aud j Mm m. Tickei. tlio nir rpr Gove- ictory lii!ulniiilTIiuniiuittniitl Democratic newspaper, orators, ami lowers, with unparalleled unanimity echo uiecmiiiiM.iRucprociHin4Uuuiiom State to State. Harrison iriy bo IclecttMl next Tuesday, find Oons- amis of Kepublicuns appear con fident of that result. llit lillt tho COURIER lulmits tnalcmai Dptnnrrut nr IipntildtcniJB a- ... ; field's majority in 18S0 was uearly :i,OU0t and in 1SS1 ISIniuo'a majority was only 3,300. I1.M.NOI9. lEootuerait, nni,,w lfIlif, lUllilIUbllil 1 lU HOPES ! As for Illinois, thoro does not SifMi ti) lm nitt ri'imnn rlit tint f Democrats sliouM not carry the State. Garfield's majority lu 1SS0 itfia oVi rfnr i .4 fI OOO That Kuplish boomerang, gotten up bv the Kepublleau tricksters on tho oveof tho election, has exploded, and who is hurt? Vu alleged naturalized englishman, under tlio alleged name of Muruulsou, on the lth of Scptcm- uer wrlloB .ileltor to too Uritlsh "Wlien TSTotjl s' 5m SUPrOSB YOf T It V '7Vel23l1; AT .,, .- tel- Mwi& i'ivost. .... n- t9-- ;!s h AS F. S. W ' Til 12 Si i.t-i- ... 1 I What to Buy? tr rr IvIu'.uU Life i up nkw vica-puBsmEN- 1 B" Insurance Company, jk wr vr sc or oino. j - 1 xti;h. lir Lunest, Safest and Jlcst World ! ASSETS $119,000,000. Paid Polioy Holdoro $240,000,000. I ' A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. ' jut 1 let-mo- Q t, Ti? uu i:iti IHIICKMAB n CAPITAL, -- j. L - I .. "- . lu pit j "" p- 1 onet y cto-- "";" wonder-majorit- - OUGLASS .T. BROS HERTWECK. BALTZlilR & CO. - dc- John if-- s3rfiP3vyiilv AtJiJi.ji o I "'" GROCERIES -- IIT HICKMAN! l0 0. HICKMAN WAGON, Oonuec-The- y Clove-land- ca- !. tK " p'--- 11 j aa n fS T llJ "" DRIJGGIS TS I is I ! """ 11- j SAW MILL first-cla- e 3UTCHBE; SHOP, NTAHLll, . -- Domestic Sewing Machine- autlor-toiuinu- I :: :.:...::' """i iU,-"Vy rl'c.H'u ' T' s; '. T.i,", A j I aa THE OLD RELIABLE! T Man-derso- ems. jnc lew U7917 Stall, HICKMAN, A. HOLOOJHBE, ID I 'Z"!.! KENTUCKY, J nuti-Chines- I jx. -- J 'mc KINGMAN & BOMAR. y notwith-stamlin- g I jTJcy parti-san- s ofll-ci- ' d ."' Bull EAST HICEMAN 9in9r 8DPAIY, Prop's, -- CSTBPIIEIVS & MYLER, lD cam-priig- n JNO. W. MORRIS Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, , Fin Buggy Spokes MEAL. AltnOFI-KHlN- 1 hi I "stny-atdiomes- " J- 1. zrz m&mrn Tftwife wc , I. i ' r Low LMU ENOW Boots. GIEEiBOKB, HEAVY thy v Prices 4 Will saotl&ep New v v :mjc cssxn U 3S eL Wcbelb jsrcres'y1 w 3K H R3SCS t B J "1 EFf bWea That accounts lor the immense trade we have had since our return i'rom market, and the necessity for our having to purchase WE JW VI jxji iK. A V v :k cj jijc T! , JLJI o Jim: jm. TH IJT 17 JL A.H. ihm: d "QJ po : JBB CN S3 J33 3W JE& 333 D T 3a2 3B- - 0 o 1 via & p . LJI J rj VH T 41i T W 3. o THEY MUST BE o SOLI)! ! Forget that, for it means that we ctfi7 put Biff Froits on ttcnii for we can't keep them in the house, and lou jii;v prieej iirme jsnoes. A IJig Stock of uill Clothing. THE Ia Overcoats. I tfyer Jackets. win TUG $ lou! Underwear. it 1MB1T, 3307STS, School Shoes. Don't pctmiilLtl Oloaks, Wraps, Dress Goods. Tho HandsOiEtflt Lino wo hnvo oV6r liad, vhich is Buying a The mot Klegant Line of thtsc Goods ever The Ladie brought to Hickman all say so. 'run into buying an but GIESEOKE, 'run PIUESMETTEIl'S lilt Ciaa.tf JJ SHOES, "T LADIES, MENS, FINEST" LINE IN TOWN You never iavr such OIIILDRENS, HOYS find YOUTHS. In wlut Males? MISSES, We Claim the An Immense Stock AND io rA 1H3HT JOAVJMT JJIICVJJM Have got a Dig Stock, n J5, Are ! Low Prices Happy "Oilier. RIFSFP.KF'S ROOTS ". .TJ-- r srur AND SHOES.! ivri every pair warranted i ?. h ii c i ijii w. m or xo i i : Friosmoyor'a, Hit! liwrHtil -- AND Giosoolro's m And Bound lo Sell Them Therefore, ie r.ei...e s.u r a. Ion uurnt't mm1 X try rririjv we put MUH'r csox SMALL I'KOFITS OK. t.Vf can UlCCliHT Everybody XX TOWN, C And Woar one at tho Prices! w? FAIL 70 LOSS ATOUa fa to Make You this cold We enn tit anyixxiy from 4 rear oM IMM to the us for a s ui ti mirM. 5 f av We have marked them. m mm tiiky aoo muwt oo; QUICK, at the u We caa't affurJ to carry Ihem over, Arid will, 10 tnPOfl Wo hnvo had larger Snlos in this Dopartmont ;han ovor boforo, and vro attibuto it to tho SADIES, r- - put on them. A (fHcent Line 3BUJLJC55 x i VV A W I n Come r. h if you i c quick rJTl!T w&t CTRIMMIMB, -- BUTTONS, C "rand, osA, 1f. etc.,) They loo Must be Sifdi o A Completo Stock. All Qualities Prices and Sizes. Nov is tho timo to supply yourself; can get Real Bargain and CHILDR32rT. missus; , ' - w U11U1U1SI Gnnc Quick To 3t l t if pn Want 1l.- in xhn Line. laT HLANKICTS and COMKOHTS, JI'VS, L1NSKYS, FLANNELS, DOMESTICS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, &c Every Line Complete, and ALL MUST BE SOLD I Choice of Bargains! iStf V. o& i 3EISE! 3EJ WK K ?EZri 3wvjil HTg-J- ?J 64k y 'W , -- gS5 v vtfrS i : ! WATCH n& CMK7K0. IVI T EVERYBODY TO- GO TO H. .M. -- wnwr rf ii r zxszs' IA.XAr3ILX,'S BMraKMDl - - B. A. BURLINGAMB, 3h: ick c -- . ir, k: y. P.Jusical Goods, 01 it i.aiksi: am) Call IIEAlKJt'AUTtllW IVH Walches, Clocks, Jewelry, h. GOODS, New Laces, New Embroiderlos, New Dress Goods, Vmv Mrnuu TrimndnrrR. Now Dress Styles Trints, Now Tall and Winter ivi:riHti.i:crKt MOru or See J - New jft- Q oods Gen. Atkins, Senator McDowell, and other distinguished Tennessee leaders, inako tho candid Mg confession that tho Prohibition vote endangers the State of Ten-ricssco to tho Democrats ; and thnv Rnmiil MiIh nlnrin nflnr!i tlmr. ough canvasa of that State. And yet of those Prohibi uuiutUB ilhtii'ii uiiii inuj uuiii tuu olcotlon of Clevelaud to Hard- 1 "B"1. ' IF. CAYCB, hah miK IfU vJf Ik "W7" E:S1TTDCS",, iiAitGxiHT n-x: I l or HATS, 57 EI two-third- s U I soul 3 NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED jLnr Miurii ami: muv us urn cor.. n:u iu:iiY h I nsriD Better (Joodsl 'j j I j 6 9 II. M. Maxwkm, desire the APrtc rniwii rrrtr ormNrB mkt. auAi'tL, CuuitlKR to state to tlioQviio-cratr iivrrtH. mxim't, wm.aoi 1 LOCAL NRWS. .jijht iiiccnivr.nt IS. Tariff Off At iJjtji and ltopubbcans of tut country, that ho &t taken tho tarifl' by tho honi,iiid n selling goods at rldlculoujl luw prices. Dress Stales Glngbams, New Wraps, Now Jackets, New Woolen Hosiery, Jusl Received and Opened al (he Lowest Priced House in When OoucressmanRtonoleft Washington, hist week, ho went round to tell tho Prcsidont good- That ho Las ever carrioil, and at PP.IC2S as L077 as tho'.LOWEST. In bye, and on leaving said to him: "Mr. President, I hope when I return to congratulate yon on your trimnnhant reflection." Tho Pres Ho docs not fear to comparo prices ident replied: "They can't beat us;l Stock is comnleto in nvorv lintifirtmnnfwith any ono: and, iu fact, bio oecauso wo are risui." xuidisiue PiT Call and examine his goods before buying elsewhere. and a majority of tho Americau voters will so sec it. m m fa fa TR &F" jr y W M U9 Clothing and Gents Underwear ke'-not- fellow-Democrat- Hickman! OAlVH. Vote. Vote for Sfonc. --Tucailny nettles It. -- Kant Illoknmti U Uooining. Voto for Clcvolfuul and Thur-ma- t n. ville, id ill the city. Tho city authorities htivo hung nevend lamps ou Clinton street. AH of the IlleVinmi Collego I) ond n, ifH!,OUOr huvo been cashed at homo. Not only voto yonrnolf, but soo toil that 3 our neighbors do tho K.uuo thing. If Cleveland is defeated, tho I'rohlbitbiuldtH will bo the cause Mr. Wlllio Strong Ir homo on n vinlt. C:ijt. H. A. Tjler, of Nash- Messrs. Williams and Ifoie, otiirinecrH of tlio AIo. ienn. Mitx railroad company, ou yestt commenced a reeonuatssanr 'too proposed levco ami latr from Mickman to tho hfghhinl r Madiid Heiiu. Ienn. they eommenco tho regular it mental locating survey. Thtr rerieutatlves of this company t Kuugulucly of their work, and sort that If tho laud owners tfuue their present liberal cucj ti ngemeut that there is notauit clo of doubt of tho levco and ro it beluir built, and they bono and 1 slro to do the whole work it year. Lot's keep tho ball mo.i! et New Cotton Hosiery, New Cotton Goods, New Flannels, New Carpets, New Oil Cloth, Now Towels, New Nipkins, Now Table Lhieu, New Silkw and Satins, New Custom-MadShoes, mid the latest htIo NOVELTIES, at tho VKi: V LO WKSV J'US-SUtLE PRICE. e ' the Counted DISPLAY this TUB hnply immense,on and embracer, inof eleganthouse tii.lVf?iTQQ nil i. Tsii TIUMMIXGS v.irVVir :nnnci....,i to match, Ladies, Mihsua and Children's pro-r..:,- ... 9 W WKAP& ot all styles and qualities. The Democratic voto of Fub ton county next Tuesday will bo reduced somewhat by tho Prohibition vote. Thcro is no denying this, and there is no denying that ituo Republicans will rejoice over ii II Fff Hi" x! it. Thcro aro good men in this W8)m St J. .Prohibition move, against whom personally wo havo naught to say, but they uro politically blind as a sPlciy'n) elock bats if they do not sco Mint their i winch are offered at oi the very best makes or all Icintla of IJardwa OXEPJtlCL and that the vcrv lownsHlm nmrL votes aro weakening Clevelaud stillcs. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. and strengthening Harrison. IR.EILX.A.BjQIE M hi I. iai j j Voto for Stono noxt Tuesday. ROOFING- A SPECIALTY - j. mwwu Tho negro Henry mi Jones, who, A T ri of It. Murk that. In South w t ou Thuraday night of last week, shot at Tom Golden, of Fulton, and wounded his horse, was taken from thoofllcorsncurTroy, brought back to near Woodland Mills, and hung. Jones, it is said bore a bud character, and there was good proof that ho had figured extensively in burning and robbing for MB MAMMOTH STOCK OF CLOTHING for Men. Youths and Itovs, has no eciutd as re gards Stylo and make-umagnitude of htock, or Low- ncas of Price. It simply knocks out all competition. p, B 9 Hurrah I Hurrah I . Table Linen, Yarn?, &o. j STAPLE DEPARTMENT U replete with Parciins in Jeans, Flannels, Linsoys, Domeb-tic- s, Tlie people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich. Little; bovs and crirls arc siiiaiiio-- lif.fln lmlio nvn ennimiv and everybody is happy, nil caused by the great' Mr. C, A. Holcoinho's fitnble mmn dentioyed by lire WoilncNday iiiorulug hint. years. A 1'robaMy no 000 thing Itan at Thrlr llniliif llunmliiff. Tho Southwest Kentucky Medical nsHoeiatlon will meet at Wlngo, Ky., Nov. W, 3SrI. nUCilANAXhaiainobl elegant lino of Uonta' Clothhn:, tho bast fitting, bent made and the olieatx-K- t in Hiekuiau. Call and m0 theiii. MessrH. Jno. W. Morris tS: Son hnvo commenced tho erection of their fltuvo factory in Kast Mick man. Mm. Sue Thomasnn i Anetid ing a few weeks In Cincinnati, visiting her brother, whom hIio had Hot seen for twenty years. Wo u ghul to wtato that rr. TIioh. IMummer, who, for neveral wooks past, has boon coulluod to his bed with a fractured knee, is improving. Every Democrat In Fulton county Hliould voto Tucmhiy, and thoNO who huvo conveyances should see thoHo who have not are provided with opportunity to get to tho polls. After tho olcotlon Mlcknmn will huvo submitted to tho judgment of her voters, a proportion to aid tho I'aducuh, Mickman and Southern railroad, with a connection guaranteed ""SirTlio LADI ES aroTdfhnJhiy jdcased with BrciUNAN's display of iV;ir DltliSS GOODS and TIllMMJA'US, They nay they are just too elegant, and kociikai', andallsueh beautiful shades. Don't fail to pec them before buying. 111 and .Monday, tho Domocrats in tho county who f.illud to voto for uucicuor can bo polled for Clove-hinWo need noxt Tuesday. ovory ono of thorn. aro rejoiced ovor the prospect oi having good plunk walk leading from thodopot to town. Tho matter Is In tho bunds of tho Council, and wo learn that tho committee to whom It was referred will report favor-ttblou it. 100 "tday-at-homa- day, If ono hundred Democrats of l'ultou county will go to work to" better selection of (iK.nt.s Yn a mncral rpvi?at of trail? at J W Oovrtheir gtvioif awar to gill a DrugM-reNisiu.NuCiooiHand Rr.ADvMu Ihelr cipannT of noiuanv fro trial botClothino, Moors, Snoiw, Hn, tle of Or Kin' New Discovery for unMy Cai8, Ac, than we have in n r llilr tral Id tliin very valuable article trom Stock. llVnirun what ice say ! th: t the fuel that It alwaja cure ami never wo will ell these goods down :t tlna)obtU Couch. (liU( Aatlinis, ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, and; Ilroncliltlo. Tfap. nntl an jnroai nnu uur e ait llwawa ijulckly curcl You can leit It Guarantee Sat in) act ion trial bottle for headquarter! for all hinds of Unit More buying by getdngji 10c, lar,;iiic$l iory Iwitlc warranleJ her Goods and Gum Coats, and alf Tho Kugeno Itobinson Float ways keep tho best bruthlH. so28 J. AMiuuto'rf Son- - lug Museum and Opera House oxhlbited in Hickman Tuesday oven-- ' night tho opera Tho preliminary meeting 0 lug and night. At seat 1000 pco-' palace, claimed to tho Tobacco Congress held at Tul jammed. The ion last week, composed of roprei pic, was packed and anyHontativcH from moKt of tho conuj; exhibition was iar superior 10 Mis-' thing which has been on tho tics lu tho Ptirchaso and Ws( ?"h)i for iiuuiv venrs. It isi JetitieHHee, earuentiy recomiucuui really a entertainment, ' ed tho plan of not planting toh.ici most part moral, and for tho nn nnrt ,. ...Uw. 'w vnnr. A imthnr innnHn' will bo hold tho first Saturday llUtriictivo and ontcrtaiuii .TniT.!r.hf.r. in Trldr.h n.!! lntiu,.ui I I hit. nr Amount ot )oUUeal ciutnctrhiK grower, whether Whoolera ari wilt done by friends ol cindlilatcu to not, aro urged to attend, as it is place on tuna tho proposed to take somo dollnito reciiro fur their bct man firM probibtjr the tut ticket, kpd tho will action In regard to tho tobacco euro tin icovctctl pUco. Then If huloreeJ question, anil put into operation by the nkjorlty of Iho ncuple, ho election Home plan by which tho wish of U a?mirrt. Klectrla bittern Um teu put to the (rtl, ltd intrltrt iftiwil ujont hiu tho growor may bo ascertained. VMi hulohed, aiiJ uuanliuoiuly given th lirt placrj nmnn rvmetllcn pceullnrty Tho'concort given last Friday .iJnplcd t the rollcf nud ure of all Din Kidiifvft. Liver and Stomach night was well attended, and the i9ch of iJllerw, Whiff gunrftnterd, Ifl anafe music throughout oxcolleut. The Klectrla Price fiOo. and $1 per bottle mvcstiiirit, drill by the 21 little misses, rep- iilJ, V OowgiU'e DruaSUro. resenting 21 Domocratlc States, was tho perfection of motion, ami Supper Nov. lttth. won the admiration of all. Tho Tho idles of tho Haptlst church musical program was a great compliment to homo talent, being do. iinnounuo that they will givo an cldodly tho host onjoyed by Hick-- j Oystor Supper, iu tho rooms of man pooplo for yenrs. Tho re- ho Young Men's Christian TUESDAY KYKNINU ceipts, wo learn, wet o $73.1)0, which goes to tho LndlotV Society of tho NOV. 1JTII. Tho prouccdu to bo 'nppropriatod to buying an organ Episcopal church. hr the ennrcn. uvoryuouy invited. -' 1: l cnor-rao-' first-clas- s I I ! cauJ icu s well-know- i OPE IT IITG OF THE &33 ftI 1103? Well, I should wailc! They always have been headquarter far fuuL'.vcur. 1 v&i T S1S,000 Stools, of - vim mnv ho n rttnini'nr in ,iIilu narts." I will tell you old citizens know without being told, as its reputation, described as above, is town and country topic. Stranger, these ivw lines relate to tho house of popular, and n, low-priced AND THE NAME OF THIS HOUSE? Well, "Vi7"itla. st. 8 Dry leodj Slothing, Easts, Shoes, Eats, Sto.f E h Wllicll 1S ollbrcd lO lllO llOOtlla ,,w ,rnnllv ihnv own immVW viiiij vvi VIIIl lUltL. HMH.i1 f. bye high prices TUB NEW YORK STORE has come to stay, and Hickman will soon be on a BIG BOOM ! H. M. MAXWElrlr, S nA Who will bo most happy to have you call and verify above statement' I R Bah? E.3EHjQk.X IR.!HSi3L23. d 11 y CLOTHING. Como nnd smxr Domestics at Yould you boliovo it, wo havo d i .&i 75 Suits worth 3.00 for $1.00. big lot of Towels, with fauoy 5c. and youSnlwant 1000 varda 50 Suits worth iJT.M) for $5.00. at that prio.f Wo aro selling borders, at 5 cents each. 50 good Suits at i?3.G0. 10c Domoa'.csmt So por yard. I c think I suit for HERE YOU AKRI 4 0 Just lot $V2M) A goodfor S.50.83.50. I Ilig Suits A big lot of Calico at 5c, worth 6c. 75 spiing stylo 625 Suits for $20. o Our 5o Calicoes aro tho best id SHOES! SHOES! Fine Suits at big bargains. tho market. 1MM IMI MM I HI HIIMIIH 'kJBIMilMin v offer big bargains: In this lino axsa&ssi $1 25 Aoesfor$l 00 PANTS. Good 2Tow3 LADIES, ATTENTION! 1 " i -. 1 50 Look! 200 pairs Pants at UOo por Good fancy bordered handkeru 1 50 2 00 GOOD NSwFjOS ALL!! pair. Big bargain! Como quick! chiefs nt all prices, 2 50 2 00 Good Pants at $1.00 per pair. lied Spreads from 75o to $5.00. AA, t( a oo ..yIxn I.WITATIOX THAT Pauts worth $2.00 for $1.25. m 2 Hi: Laces and Embroideries in nil vn WILL CALL AT " 3 75 lUvlng purchased Mr. K. T. Gartner' i 5 00 Ono lot Pants worth $2.50, $11.00, rieties at tho Now York Store entire niork M Uonls, Slniloneryi Fnney $1.00 nud $5.00; come get them And so on. Pleaso pondor orer S fl.M )o( o.. (Sooili), will contbiuo to keep on Mrs. $;i.00 uutl $1.00. Hfldttii for $1.50, $2.00, these prieeu 'few mlnutea and band, nt the old niuiul, a complete lino of IHJBSS GOODS. notice the ti ouut of money you Como and ace our ologant stuck of and cvamino the large and elegant SCHOOL JWOKS, can Riivo. CAN YOU SMILE? urnttv Piittnrnfl. nt low Uinro.. nue oi luvra just received from STATOXRRY, 10 dozen Mcu'h Hats at 25o each. IIovk' mid rhldron'R Rlma rc nil Our stock of Hats and Caps wo AT ir.su :?$, Xew ork. Also, au endloss MAGAZINES, Ac These aro good Hats, and to get kinds at prices that will paralyzo of Xovoltles iu lUbbons, oiler at very low price. Any of the Mmuo not hi stosk will lo Uirds AMngs ono you will have to come quick. you wnn ftuomsumeut A big lot Corsets very low. and Keathera. You promptly procured upon amplication, will tlndin her storo ovorythlng zt Co mo ami mo me kopt in tho Milllnory line. Also, CUNT. KLL1SOX. eSl J. a full lino ot (iooda for Fauc So, have advertisomonty Work of nil bjmia, Kvervthing On Monday night last koiuo has Icon dono is to good conwe you to necuro for miscreant run hiu knifo through ItiirUlrnN Arnlrn tin tho most choice and von to save DIbblo'B art gab Cut Tiik of Staple and Fancy Groceries 3rntwH peer Sw.vk In the world for lever tho canvass of rent about three Hcleci lino fail goods in tho market. .SortH, UlceM, Sdt Khcum. lory, making a Noneeun to bo pleased. Titter, Cluppel Hands, Chilblains, feet long, Mr. Dlbblo sayfl that Patronage solicited and tatisfac-tiowhich wo will always sell at tho Nurs, and all Hkiu ICruptioiin, and mkh if tho party who did it will call tfiiarnutood, It seLM lowest market rates, ciirea I'llcn, or no pay required ginranlecJ to clve perfect antUfactlon. ho will present thorn with a sei!8 J. AMiniuo'rt Sons, so ltfodlko that their most l'rlr. ti.1 Cent ImT innnnv rifitnilil. TlioTonnoflsoo Domocrata aro ?y box. Yot ftlu by J, W, Cowglll, Drug- - intlmato friends will fall to recog- scared up. Gen. Atkins reports Tho MouiphiB Methodist jiet. nize them. an alarming apathy throughout tho convenes in l'aiia, Teun., State, and really thinks tho State Voto for Clevoland and Thur-manoxt Wednesday, tho 7th. It Is Mr. Jack Whipple haa loft at Is in dangor. Ho Is no alarmist, ami Win. ). Stone. to bo hoped that tho Conforonco this ofllco somowhatof a curiosity and JtMincsseo Democrats should will roturn our popular and well Democrats, bo at tho polls in tho filmpo of an car of com. go to work. Tho Prohibitionists :be o 3s? mi 3fcJ rJ 3IX &J beloved pastor, Itov. It. M, King, Tuesday, and voto 'for Cleveland Tho curious part of it is that tho will Injure Clovcland about 5000 . j. moiic nntl 'iiitirman, iiuu to tho utcuman cunrgc cur is covered ly a solid ehuck. votes hi that Statu TO 3. M, MASWSLL'S, N3XT DOOR HICKMAH, KSNTU;KY. i - Ta IF? a r. BR ( I jsiavox "i aao,LS xsomvoii-iI I Hew Book Store. 1 for Oaol 41 tas Hiwv vu-rie- t. Asso-riatlon.o- n cor-aiall- y A Frosli Supply kind reader, 'after )'ou . , which given you in sider awhile, and if carefully read this faith, to ask want monrv, pool-uwl- y n pic-tur- o 14 .! Con-forenc- o W$&W n W'feCiOLDFAK aOLDSTBIW Si ss L COMES a?0 BS?33I3S -- AixWai Srwr tT r SOLDIERS. fongfct nc-ro-pt up-hiSlo-cu- it . - se Whiles they Union they surrender! complete con- The llurilen on Toter'i Oatnt for Meetlou l)y. trol of their StaU (?ornments to tho As, between now und November, tho Republicans, whathaa preferred staying at homo nnd vitinf to fighting 'or voters of tho country who can afford tho ling they called a flaunting lie," to do bo will lny In tholr winter cloth Republican voter In 18C0 shouldered nnd tho constitution they bcllovod n Inff. wo will consider tho taxes on tho bin musket und fought In tho Union 'league with hehVJ flclr opponents nrticlcs of dross In which tho voter In conthis latitude will go to tho polls, For rnnk during tho civil war. Thnt n fow securing all tho office nil tho fat absorbed the pnkd of tho argument we will supdid 1.1 exceedingly probable; but tho tracts, nil tho plunder ' tho natural Increase tfd till the party pose thnt ho can afford them, though, ovldcnco H lncklng, and wo must trusts, owing to strikes, look-outOutsldo parasites. tho statement on faith. ork to recover syndicates and general restriction of Republic It has been ll of tho rcgulur nrmy corps offlecrs but over to tho tho market by theso laws and their HONEST HUGH rYVCUlLOCH. three of the prominent General worn what they hnd hand-, Hepubllcnns. Grant, Shcrmnn, Sheri- homo guard who wouita't tight, when benellclario-i- tho assumption will not Lincoln Secretary of the Treatur to muskets, bo warranted by tho facta In hundreds thoy loyally shouldered their Support ClTelitm1 dan, McClollnn, Monde, llnncock, probof cases. Tho UtraUi hns been a believer In Hutler, Iogun, Hooker, Moriior-on- 9 but thoy hnvo sucvwld nnd will Tho dross of our avorago votor in tho oxlstcnco of n conscience of the Ilucll, Itofccrnns, Sickles tho ably keep It Hero is tho history, from tho 7W5 Xovember ought to consist of a hat, a Nation. As tho campaign Is on a whole galaxy of volunteer Generals of how tho Resuit, question of right ngnlnst wron;. It woolen ovorcont, a woolen were Democrats when tho war began, mm' oloctlon tables," stayworsted stockings, flannel underwear, has been oxpocted that tho citizens whntover they may havo been after It publican party fought tho wnrby ended. Hut for them nnd tho loyal ing nt homo. Road It itudy it; ponder cotton or muslin shirt with linen who understood tho facts of the wnr war'g dcsdutlon l9 here. boiom, collars and cuffs nnd silk tariff would secretly or publicly array IVmoeratlo lender of tho North thoro on it. No 1861 never would hnvo been n civil war, or Tho normal increase from 1860 to 1863. cravat. If it rains ho will carry nn themselves ngnlnst tho, Kcpubllcan a more perfect Union1 prosvi'icU N lb hHUio aa from 101 to Na- umbrella, which may bo included In platform, which has given to wrong Thoro aro nono of its motors in tho tho 1UU Ho will hnvo in his pocket tho authority of party Indorsement. for uh. nt Tho news that Hugh McCulloch, a In 1800 the total Democratic voto in tional cemeteries,! AL ro presentac- a handkerchief, which wo will suppose to bo linen; n pocket kulfo, a watch lifelong Whig nnd Kcpubllcan, Secretho loyal States wan 1,957,1 '; thototal tho polls to vote and noao nro to bo ) nnd a bunch of keys. Ho mny hnvo tary of tho Treasury with Lincoln, Republican votowa 1,856,261, luw-In- g counted for: tiik KKrrvurii voti. other articles of dress and other things Johnson nnd n short tlmo with Arthur, a Democratic majority In tho loyal O, tHH whatever ho hns, declared his North of 100,853. HTATC !.rrn'AUl ISO! ih. 1861 in will pockets, but Ho U taxed from has to havo anfor Clovoland, ova not Important influenco oc bo t:vxcd. fall it ThcbO State furnished 2,G00,71G Cahfornls frl,M 7.M i 5 &a7w) the foot up and from tho head down; tho clcctorato nt largo. Mr Mo 4I.6M troops under tho dlfTcrent calls. If Conn' cut. 5T.2ru 7 i a 7.60 UMI very tho Government Culloch Is widely known; ho every Republican voter In tho country ltelaware. Illinois.. vjm its. lSXlt. 2.A03 taxed up forrovonuo; taxed down nnd old; ho has no Interest to servoIsexcept for Its necossnry hnd shouldered a inuskot thero would Indiana. .. can bo extho hnvo been a deficiency of S 11,485, nnd Knnturkt S?S'?2 ft017 msoo ment beneficiary ofhis tho Govern- tho right. If any voterembarrassing 27,7 , . 7V4Hd 71.7451 who collects share of tho pected to art clear of It would hnvo been necessary to call Maine Sl441 4171 Aiarjiana.. this upon this number of Democrats to Mas 1V6.7 .. ttl.WH lt,7 taxes by forming trusts nndothor com- motives, with nged statesman .wU bo WXI seeking only thrfgood of .im.n binations to establish "corners" credited help them out. If not ono Republican M ch'fin 43,411 2a,en 80.14 jft Minnesota. of tho groat comer established tho pooplo who havo honored 11m. had stayed nt homo to voto, thirty-tw- o W.W7 w,wi Missouri.., intrit 4,400 htm long 'beetj nn by tho war tariff taxes. Hugh per cent, of tho nrmy must have been N. HimpM 4AT14 N. Jeeaer.. nMi nnd maintained tho hnt, wo find that ndvocato McCulloch of tariff revision and reform. 3CA,7 1P.8H3 Ileglnnlng with lJomocrnuc, Sew n exactly na many uem Ohio York;I 4M.iir 7,IM? rca,iM ocroU na Kcpubllcuna hnd enlisted, 0.RVS wi 2,IH9 Siteo It is taxed 75 per cent of Its value. If In his state papers ho has not foiled to l ., SftS,KJ tn.179 the Democrats would have remained 11.34) 17,9K1 ' - r S7U 13M In a majority In tho voting. To find K. Maud.. . 44 ONI 42,419 Vermont HARRISON'S DRUTUS IN THE WEST. wvns Hi, no 103 M7 K.7I1 Wisconsin. how innny Republicans went to tho fkttgnJfor this Paptr. war let us seo how many Republicans Totau .jacio.746 ma.m .174.W VU.W stayed homo to vote, Tho truly loyal history of tho Democratic Hero is the almanacs of tho Albany Journal and party In this civil war, taken from the Now York Tribune will furnish tho Tribune's election tables. Iu Increase Hero is tho Republican from lfcC4 to lbCS U center than tho Mntlstlca. vote for flvo yearn: Republican; but bow can tho loss of nrrrnucAM voir. nearly 200,000 between 18C0 nnd 1SG4 50 Ci V J V V W f V bo accounted for? Whcro has tho nata !3 a'(i(isrsrip fajrSacS ural Increase of Marly 300,000 gono? i SERF'S: They tleep In tho National cemeteries. They aro not preynt, but thoy can nil , So- iX': bo accounted for on tho rolla of the 90111 DEMOCRATIC battles of tho HOW WE ARE TAXED. Complied from ftcpullt(MM AliAMUMi. Miowlns That the ddlra f the Vnlnn Were Democrats ml the 4tayatlloine Voter Were Helmut leans. Thoro Is no ovldcnco thnt oven one Valuable Htnllatlea s, on tho oxlstcnco of which tht entire REPENT REPORT. 'protective" system doponds-wlth-- out Tirs annual pcailon roll of tho Oorer which tariff taxos would be of no benefit whatovor to our manufacturer. beat Is about 15.1,000,000. lined flfoy dollars A MiMrnis clthcn was In consldoring tho Items of hU for preadlng stories anout yellow ivxer. outfit, tho votor must nmme ir Is calculated that there nro moro than theroforo that tho amount of tho tariff 11,000 milrsof dcl wtrrn In Now York city. tax was added to tho eost of Uie artlclo TnuRi aro more than 4,000 people In tho inovery Instance, because if it bud not United States who aro wore than 100 years been it would hnvo been of no benefit of age. Acoommko to ofllolal returns tho regular to any ono in this country and would arroy oilho United States covts the country hnvo boon reduced long ago. St, Louis t,000,nbO annually. olcc-tlon-d-uy Ji-f- c nw In-sl- Orcpoa.-Pena;- -- J I fc It v J liS. '' glji Union dead. TnK PEMOCR-VTI- VOTE. . lfgagSSgggSgggSgg5g STATE. &'gS California Conne Uc'l iHslaware Illtnoit. InJtnna. .. Iowa Kentucky. Maine. r.7 19A.1I7 71,745 40,781 W1.7H K,0 13.651 "4J1 T7.S02 .3f H4.I7J 5 1S,7 41MI i,Ns N707 o4,77 IW.HI 71,00 43,497 7;) 7.iO ,OM X 'tUlM A'jC 1M.M' 7,U ltt,.7 Marrlaad . N.H'npt'c N Jerw-- Michigan Minneaota. Mliftourl New York Ohio. .. Oregon ... MaiMVU W,ll KK77S Uttll VA U71 ICM'JO r.C Si mici a.Hi 61. vi 4CKwt 84.79 1GO.W 115,9 tfl,l(i Siftft 3i7.ni txiaii 617 44,1:6 MI UTOrt KllO 7Ji t 74.114 17,4.77 31.0 6 3J.S71 i7l fiivs Si(r M.l ,571 a,xil 6014 ,4i7 27fl.;r &?1 S61, W&.50M tA7W 42KM J K V in M n ;r H I J. 1LUtf&SS2!&V,?& t.6X741 l.yilP What would be tho natural nnd rutluuat expian.Vvii of my keen witted foreigner, who never had heard of our civil war who should bo shown these tablet? Would ho not say: 4Thls country has been visited by a great famine or a great wnr which has not affecUd tho Itopubllcan party In tho slight:, but has fallen entirely upon tho DKnoorntlo party." If ho knew of the far, would ho not talco tho tablo find pvt,i out that tho ftlnt n title, th Aftostlt) of Hoodie, I loose mill Iluncombe, Iu III CnparMlvl&tl Ill Democrats plainly hp furnished all of the "American Working-Ma- tt' JrlenV at lie Appcarrtl tho Xrthern troops aadborno nil tho In IntlUna Hint Mlchljitn. Northern losses? Would ho not point to Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, conIs hat It Missouri, for absolute proof of his as- It Is course wool. If It n silk ono of call tho attention of recusant gresses to tho Ills thos legislatures pays only 60 per cent. This Is sertion? Inequalwere visiting on tho people. Coding Vm, i?rf. IV Tut. tho thousand "Injustices and Troojtt, Into office after Chine and Fesscrden, State. 14 10. JMl. ities." 1S,(VM Delaware. 3.M6 lXtft" DEMOCRATIC VOTE His overcoat, coat, vest and trous- ho supported tho policy of Chasr. Kentucky-..- ., 115, h9 141131 Marjinni. ... 49.731 the necessities of war compiled ers aro taxed G6 cents on tho dollar of Missouri 10773 6J,U5 a degree of taxation not prevltusly value. b2 V? : ?aTS25e. S: S5o2 2M.695 tt,W rjft.305 SW,l(ff ToUli His flannel underwear is taxed 73 borne by a civilized people. It wm : !lPl hor CTiJ - ? p e t Suppose some Impudect Republican cents on tho dollar if It Is of poor dllll cult In wnr times to toll how much hud strolled up to him and boasted quality; G7 cents if it Is finer material. tax a natlvo paid, for his that tho Republican party had Ills stockings aro taxed C7 per cent, raw material was taxed, his labe- - was "fought tho war.11 Would ho not of their value; If they cost him 25 taxed, his product was taxed, hli exknow it to bo an impudent falsehood? cents a pair, that price includes over changes wero taxed, and. If he had Fp Would ho not point to theso four 1G cents of "protection." nny Income, that Income also was States and ask where they got these Ills shoes aro taxed " for revenue.' taxed. In such a situation no dity at if not from tho With 250,695 troops from however Mgh, Uixos running only from 10 to tho custom-houWould he not 30 per cent, and with raw material could bo inequitable. 29G.205 DemocratsP 'Ilioeo d dios nsk tho becret means by which 250,095 free, tho business of shoe manufactur- woro compensatory. Hut, with tho soldiers could bo got from 25,103 ing Is one of th rno- -t propmus in abolition of Internal excises, stamp voters, and Mould he not nsk this silly tho country, lending In tho amount of taxes and lncomo taxes, tho caso took -fi"? liar to explain why if these Demo- Its exports and tho money It brings on a difToront aspect Hugh McCucratic States furnlsbcdaoro than their into the country. Ills shoes, then, nro lloch nover gavo his assent to the quota of Union troops from their Dem- at least 40 per cenU chettper Uihu limy uf lor tho war, of duties that ocratic voters, tho other States did not would have been under tho proshould havo boon abolished. II' was 5Ss!gg.Jf!g5ga5gg3Sgs!iS38 do tho samo? Ho woid also a&k this tective1' policy which taxed rawhides. no confodornto In tho robberies f the silly liar to oxplaln fcow it was that Ills cotton or muslin shirt Is taxed wool tax and other extortions c1 1867 w: -- Spy t- .tho Republicans had not lost a voter 51 percent, and upwards. Tho linen nnd 1883. by tho war; that at nl.tfio voting tholr in tho losom, collar and cuffs Is taxed As tho truly says, no numbers did not dlnuh, while that 35 per cent,; the silk cravat, 50 per man can administer tho offlco of 'in unTho call for troops so depleted the of tho Democrats did until they cent.; his umbrolla, 40 percent.; his cial agent of tho United SmUt thus Democratic runks that In Noverabor, loss of over 300,000 in actual watch, 25 per cent.; his keys, 45 per collecting its surplus taxes and hoard1862, there was a Democratic loss of showed a numbers and 300.UO in normal cent; his knife, 50 percent Wo had ing Its currency, without a vivid 401,468 In voters, ngnlnst a Hepubllc-a- n growth. Ho would ao bo curious to almost forgotten his suspenders, but knowledge of tho enormity of th presloss of 1G1.797. iho latter was why, when! tU war was over our friends, tho protectionists, remem- ent system When Mr, Mculloeh merely tho natural loss of au off year. know and tho soldiers In the field ntthe close bered them and taxed them GG per filled tho oillco, In 1WU nnd tho The Democrats might naturally bow tho same and oven 40,000 moro. Hut of tho war returned iume, thoy volod cent With a tax of 25 per cent on war Uirifl hod dune IU woi.t Ho tho Dcmocratlo ticket In tho elections every button ho has on or has lost off then is now thought tho outer and Intho 300,000 Democratic voters who nro I oven including his collar-butto- n ner taxes of tho Kopubllo slould bo missing and unaccounted for were In of 18GGnndl8G8. would What answor tho Republican unless it Is u diamond. In that caso it harmonized, undervaluation mado tho Union army. Thoy could bo nowhere BwtiNhburkW los. If cro hr.ra and smuggling dealt with In elh. That there wtn'ti no lfepubllc could ho make? irskt Whattheanwor I Ihain) 15 pr K that inter- omitted any thing else tho votor may a practical way. Ills report in tho uns in tho army ihe votes show. The rogator was a. Tviteh py, paid with bo sure that It has not been omitted fall of 1881, will bo found to comport Democrats had 100,758 majority at tho Club gold) rhoso objoct was from the tax lUt In rwnnltulntlriw with tho wntlmnnt which ho tow previous election. lho Itepubllcans t'obden in ,1n.tAM Mu mIT tft 'I... la nil wo will compare theso present tnxes avows. Ho took tho same view thnt linu not by nn increase us (he knows. "Jfc" with tho reductions proposed in tho Danlol Manning supported.. votes but by Demoerutln 1om- -. j nn luipuuuraiawriy spue 01 In tho fall of 1881 it warfnot a capl-tIn 1803 the Democratic voto dwin- its twenty four yctk of inpoorer by Mills bill on a basis ; of the dollar's worth on each articles republican offense to cxlaro that dled down to 1,487,333, u loss of fraud and forirery t a never In Its Vnnt tear M reduced tho duties woro outrageusly high. whllo tho Republican tiliuwed mi on voTKits onm roa Mr m existence had behind t or in its ranks increase of 12,243. 'llio Dcmocratlo a majority of itovruiiUL Stovatut, MUU bill. Statesmen could then frIy express tho tc nl votes of this Hat 73 40 their bellevo that tho cutora house majority of 100,768 had been turned Union. It 04 40 wai in 0 dnorlty of over Woolen overcoat U) woro unjust tad unfair. Woolen iii.t 40 charges into a Republican majority of 331,172, ono hundred d in the loyM Stocking 07 40 Whllo ono thing camo h at 20 per ovory Republican who had votod Xorth whon taoua: for 71 40 came, and KUonot uudervrear , the cIt war Hlioeg JH cent another thing of sirdar characft In 1800 was nt tho polls to voto In 18G3, minority since it has remained M 40 whllo nearly half a million Democrats tho Union was In od by tho loyal hhlrt Ut w ter must pay 112 per cent Tho whole Cravat prose' 4') :i) fabric of tariff was based on a foundaUmtrclU In the Union army woto dented that Democracy 5 of tho ' 'th against tho HandUercblcf si tion which had been destroyed. fr privilege. Hupcnder .....Dl wishes nnd " l'1( Republican tfi 85 Theso things Wutch Mr. McCulloch said 18G1 tho Democratic vote showed In U tiit who vtmld b- - vo been glad to Knife leaders, 40 officially in 1881. Key O loss of nearly half a million. It hnd "let our waward s sters depart In Ho was then a good Itejubllcnn. Ily dwindled from 1,957,119 in 1600 to peace," It Is claimed by protectionists that who ho Aug thoy now 1,789,038. Why? Whero woro Its npproprlato branded tho tux collected nt tho custom houo saying tho same things now ho beaia "flaunting lie," nnd on tho Imported goods is not also col- comes a good Democrat Which has how members? Whero woro tho "old who denounced the constitution as guard.1 With Its lenders. In the a mndu In changed McCulloch or tho "a covenant with death and a lected by tho sollor Ison goods taxos for an party? Chicago HtraU, ItopubllcUnion army. It had put politics to league with hell, " this country. This true of one sldo to keep till tho war was Thoy desired a disruption of tho rovenuo, which do not corner tho homo Mr, Thurman's Acceptance. through. If this market Is not corUnion. Thejrplottodlfor It And thoy market In 18G0 tho war was over. Tho DemJudgo Thurmnn's letter of nccopt on any articles by n high Govwill forgive tho nered never can nnd ocrats had returned homo to vote. rising of tho noverj ernment tax, American manufacturers anco is brief but to tho point Ho icyal Dinocrntlc masses What was tho result? It was an off of tho Xorth nro forced to manufacture enough of eorapllmonts tho Administration of under tbp la,J ' Steujion year, but tho Democrats gained 2,207 A. Douglas, Thoy thnt particular article at a reasonable President Clovoland and Indorses tho compclllifff a fight. over-thprlco to supply tho homo demand. St Louis platform nnd denounces tho lVcldentlal vote, whllo tho let tho Democrats 00 the fighting, Republicans loht 30,201, showing that whllo thoy voting nnd stealing. Otherwlso tho consumer or his ngmits, idea that a people can bo enriched h) tho bulk of tho soldiers voto had go no Tho facts ofdlitho muko them Insane. tho wholosalo merchants, would send heavy taxation, or that It is to tboii hitory interest to amass nn idl nurplus In to tho Democrats. abroad for It -- Cor, A'. )'. tUL But if tho taxis high enough to be tho Treasury, Tho object of tho Dora Tho closo of tho war found tho Demthat Is, to check or pre- ocratlo policy Is to glvo tho pooplo ocratic voto IG.5,874 short of the voto In A Govcnmcotjwhlch constantly "protective" cheap clothing, cheap tools and cheap 18G0, und tho Republican 287,817 greatral&es u much hirgcf lovenuo than it vent Importation, tho homo manufactAs to tho cheap labor matter er a natural and normal increase. needs for an economlciil administra- urer will not fully supply tho demand. lumber. Tho Republican voto showed a nor- tion, and thej omtarks In lavish ex Ho will oven form "trusts" and shut ho says that " tho great majority of tho mal and ordinary increuso over tho pcndltures for tho ili spending down mills to prevent tho demand laborers in America aro not engaged This mukos in what nro called protected induscorresponding olection of 1803. Tho tho surplus hat Government Is In n from being supplied. Dcmocratlo vote showed an extraor- vory bad way Such a practice, somo prices high nnd adds tho amount of tho tries." And as to thoro ho aro emdinary and abnormal lucrease. The time continue, wlUf protluco u carni- tariff tax to tho prlco of article mado ployed In such Industries tho duties Imposed by tho Mills bill fur exceed tho Democratic "boys hi blue" whntuoro val of rancali'y u pur public affairs In this country. Thero aro very fow exceptions to this difference between American nnd forleft of them had come home. Xo compared tho Tweod Ji wljloh longer fighting, they were voting regime In Nov YoA will appear llko rule, nnd whero they exist nt all It Is eign wages, nnd, therefore, 1 it wero again, lint they had left over .W.OOO,1 white InnoceaH) 'and virtue. Such a only In industries which have not boon admitted that working-mecould bo of their nunilHH'4 In the National practice, Ttii o tho dignity of a sys- uble as yot to combine and avail them protected by tariffs thoy would bo promid thoy no longer wcro lu a tem, would I the moral ruin of tho selvos of the prlvllogo of adding tho tected und more than protected by thai tariff tax to their prices a privilego meuduic Uiicagg Times, ujority. Kenubllc f hurt's UtUr mMmmmiMmMM. or jifjt2lo ear, ho elrctloD. F Kure VZv -- Vir Vermont 'Wiftcouln. Total Kbodeli'd re'cjlr'a y6.SJ6 1,?M 1.40 7U7 &U70 .i mow 11,125 vyvfA riAw i-jfrSr.- fcJJsr WH - r74Vf ( Sim vNJ t" 2Mfeiuii,','Siv. ". I&t. V. ft 213.2: 12,t M,C 'R.lllrt'.ILI - 3SI4 ;iI3 M,s 65,479 WH ytff lit ITie total Republican voto fell oft In tho State elections of 18G2 only 161,797, and In the State elections of 1863, ftddinjj tho latest voto of Indiana, Now Jersey and Oregon, it exceeded tho Presidential voto of 1800 by 12,243. Tho Republicans who "went to tho war" wcro certainly not missed when election day came around. They wre at homo and ready to vote, Thoy were not In tho nrmy. In lSGt their voto increased to 2.174,279, showing tho regular and normal increase (31S,0Itf) that there would have been In any four years without a wnr, and with nothing to disturb tho smooth and even tenor of n political party. How fared it with the Democratic party? Ixt the Republican olection tables toll tho story: "ttBtt.oylzgU.aqi Log Cabin Grandmother. Honoyof norehound and Tar re-'eves whooping ' Indiana doctor has recently dlacorercd nka'a ltluchocourIl Cum In ono mlnuta. Drvpa U V IIUUOU WUUUVU IJUMtllV sr Wnsx Piir of bgiloin of tiiat htfro never beforo been suspected, a yalu Crmos, Is a bullet tike an oxt When It tsniMd en thVrsod, urnT all mr an1 tbsrrlc ibots tAfGUlfttilxiiMia faruirr.whunrrutfrltbsvFtT for aiwmers. aic remcuy nothing particularly strange ' vrtwsluilhlhprieiBnUnIrlurKnHlfl. If llicro Is nr.IMi:rtT Msdlelnum. Cincinnati, eun erorfr WI lmlui ihoimt a ivUaceO rrlr. ilwut this fact lung, uerve, throat dlieasos. Bsndfor Uxk or I?! ha hft tlim wlihftal mr imtus ml iiic staaiij vo Ui bovtom, iut tilra tluwu a a iisuil Kothlng. A iiornrci, thing a royal And yet tho very simplicity of tho new fluih. Yeic discovery would, with some, seem to throw Ilaun Aifi. lust doubt upon Us power. To make It one lias only to pour hot water over tho lcave$ , cftho plant In its probation no vhM chemical works and appliances aro J A roriiTEiH Tnocs&ro foot peak In tho cjulred. I m-Rock? Mountains (Colorado section) hm- Is It to bo wondered nt sluco such ptatatr been named Jit Sheridan. prepared remedies aro accounted ns of such CUBIS Bi.vce its establishment la 13, tho FInTi proat merit In theso days, that nuch' Commission has placed ororl0u,Ui0,0iX)smil wonderful results nttendoi our grand CHRONIC CASES fijh la tho wateri of the titate of Now York. mothers, vhoo toAs and Infusions of roots A tract of land containing 1.000,000 or res and herbs and balsams, havo cxe tM so In Aroostook County, Me., hat been sold for great an Influeuce in tho tnalntcusnco of 30 fl,O0O,0CXX Tho deed recorded contains honlthandlifot 000 words. STANDI KO. Certainly not I A xrunEn of shortdiom and Hereford Tho greatest ploccs cf machlnorj strike RETURN OF PAIN. cattle havo been sold by Queen Victoria us uot by tholr exceeding simplicity at Dr4itw m4 DmUts. from her herds for exportation to tho Tho secret of the success of grand United SUtea. GHAUIIA.VOULtRCO. mother's remedies was their freshr ssand BttUstors, Ua Oct In Oregon they hate bad such etces simplicity livery autumn found t ollttlei of rain nnd sun thatlt i report M that In nouuuanuy suppucti wl't fresh many orchards tho apples mo leave, roots, herb and balsam which Vero-Cu- ra wero carefully dried and prepared stid laul upon tho trees. ami FOR DY8PEP8IA. ccUccthig tho roster of tho nway for uso. Drtnvling to call u d tor txv a romrrx erst roa ivsistittoa i Poatoh ii tw4a fftii4 AftJU Tiwiirsm. all patriots who fell at Hunker Hill, Juno 17, causoof tho rxivuslveness of hts trips, they Immediately gavo attoitlon to 1775, Tho names of tho tiMtono defendom prf IVor Kr Drwt v Qfntml iMk'r tOfttvUt4 OENTLGMEN. ( M t V alruui In tUxI, will be stamped upon bronzo and placed the discaso und routed it before It had TharnlT-1nil lymua 9 rtri4 af 2$ cd ihboxt tlti'jw 4 j R,1I LENS Fti'wpmtMk pained n foothoU. upon appropriate soil, AaT.44Kyr VVAan4IMUVA IM 11 U.iS .! The old I)g Cabin graudmottur, In cap U til .HI 1' II. lbrLW'r'' !hnd A TATUT1C14V who ha been looking tip . - IMS !.. ue rnauer saa mat '.no aoasiuo resorts mm iiiu lucktMi gown, ami iervUnco It ' nti ciumtj rvbciiico..ttttfl.8fi.sii ihlf rotting Hi101 frt is i. aiioi ihDntnnl 4 Munuiitiit SW lriiHM fr 1'eotAcled lu rough sllTer, hor T.ary feot kf hareboaitcd this autnmer of twonty-lgh-t iv. U n lHJVoisH ttii.ao roi.K 1: a nor. -women to a man. At manr or tho uu. ; rnr ail vir ibrtu. Four Books Learned in One Reading. lUtlmft.iIniMs n4 II ml wh) mooih a oa . j lacks or it f inasr Ure lets are J a nerd by trlrls A Ynr'i Work Done In Ten Din. wlhroihiiriiha aoniioiitDnircl-- l U. Uitoi'iii.ANHS the last otghtecn months somo a man and woman tolay as tho carl' years from the Chi put a of Icnia families turo taken up homo 01 me pus ui rutrospecu roll re e, aai r.ittr 4ft) Mormon ' ,W. Ih iMlt'i..11 H .l Utltltl Ilouf htoa Hfrlsa lYiiaia, Oiford. Tlid mvivU cf giuudmothor'a cinLctnca j S.t Mlliill u lhtllftlhaiiUlfurrtMuh Cum Klin. Wad ia the aauthwoatern purt of tho Terff4lL VSSX wero TMiMuij UMug furgoltn and Dear H ia AiriL lJv. wbiu il.ink.nf of ritory of Wyoming. Thorft aro larce and LuUiDtfftr icrtio BftHtnbff suitpaiy recwsJ growing color.le alto In Idaho, Colorado, was not growing in tho grnco of ool ljnwnn my oruiDslian eistnlnsiin eui4 mw rati ! cdoi rK in in ivnrl I IHH'lIl.Alt M1.7A M1V health. To restore tho Kt urtcf log etiln 1' htU i furtnuUL I hc only n (101 Art ion a And Nevada. a ihanca Ut nhMti Mk t wltaiInlb imali llorl lOlTIl'SJ ! f Ika wnvli for lh Kmm. 1 thouKl adrisabllity of badges for ph) atoUtia hoalloirhas bren for rvar Inth desire tifs- n n.e so s Tua m top esis oc f j wmn iu 1 osf rsss. aattca i&l Iacc. If sics Mmstsa w" Is being discussed is medical circles, prefer- weltkuou y1iUuthnplstUy whoso uncs f fpftrisiiwai. tmiyour W, L. DOUOLAS, Drockton, phMoUuV vt ?& tral lino wero nglil Mesa. ence being shown for an oltroi-olorrnI tnw fi'wWMffliWf, ' was sbU tu thtiold ty!o, men wlta never naw n mcilh al rmmbr sn4 W tbaxui button. Tho fundamental LIpa la that a collogfi saro In tho woods, nor u mixtical tf or ThrtHUTlHtH'OUlUnis ltliarfurs distinguishing badgo would boot grunt vnlun diploma11 except ifbtroot, Trueior, Ilarold tlrawnft, Ma liiuad March and Ospt that InscnUxt on tho f jccs rf44 Ao. tc enti, asd was $vet4ttfkt in ttrt IssoU yaw, 11 is an sney- In cas os of hasty demand for a doctor's lwch of hcidthy and long lived itlcnta. tfcs nlm prvsst lbs I'sitafnut Ilisbap of lelopdla of useful tnfor triors. tirjoniid money was expended In aecutinff K4 rr knnwt ihs fsru. fswts. mat ton for all who pur jAttrd Mit'Vi.noir Mai mLxsuvIM A j tho old formulas which Uvday aro ut forth chsss tho Ituurlss or tba Tof f A til V ftU Aft NV nd THE MARKETS. s"ijogfabm remedies" sarsaparllu, txon r nsesitltlos of llfs, Ws tv tai;rbl hv eorrtnoiiilar ft for out cloths 70U and furnish you with nu buchu, cough and fuiaunii4ionf anJ pn.. ciut CKCXSSJLTt. Oct SX all tcs uoessaary ana unnscesssry UVKBTOCIC-Cst- tle Co mm on II M 2 (0 pplianrrs to rid, wia, unc. iiiti, famous and a standard for tuedkeal excel C&olcs butebcrs... . eat, flih, hunt, work, to to ehurob, m liOUH (.'onimon. ,m -,a llnil Mil tvt th aAA 11iOiLl.it. nrw l 5 19 or stay tt home, and in various iltaa, xo m 5 flood packers estaudbest prriuraUou haetwri Mrlaa ajid quantities. Just flfura out 4 01 HI! KEl'-tio- od a m to chotc'. .. nUedasof Hurhsupotveelleiti that I.AMllS-Oo- tvl what Is rqa1rsd to do all thoia thlnsa a w s i on tncttlro KLOUR-Vam- tlr Ciey can bo found with ull loading & SB . VO COMfORT40lT and yen esn tnaios lair . I W 3 red. OKA1- N- Whe st-1 (H hen t'ol. lUuan Alien wis itiinaUol ihnvalusof tha IIUVEUH' N0.3 rti OUIDK, wbfh will be ssnl upon tory alone our northern frontier during the Till IMtHIJ.H.MH II HIOM i alM . Corn No, t inlil . . rseslpt of 20 eenis to psy postst, roroluttou, CoL Seth Warner, tho tlchUog 111 U II I.NO I ir 3 our f noil tht- imiI Oats No. V Mi xrd Uye No. S MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 5 rihertdin of that army, whowaa aakillful SliallNtv udyuu HAV lrtme torbnte . .. . Woo Ul114 J&lehltan Afsnus, Chlesgo. UI. ca'.unil doctor, uet many suli romodles, TDHACCO-Metll- uru Lesf.. , K rtraMrtaM notably hko tho I Cabin cjctract, sarsa (Jood I,caf 11 IU iarllU and ivHiith aud coaumpUon remedy, rnoVIHlONS lork Mess. . M Trina strain Ianl co amone tho soldiers with famous sucevns HUTTKU-ChoT.... Dalrr Thoy aro n no bio lubehtauc which w of VI Prim to Choir Crramsrr . may enjoy to tho full, a did our AlTLKS-tttm- e, .... 1 m wrbtl 1IIEC. . I fr? IOTATOE5-I- rr bl1 and ustn, nap, ss did they, the srllWnrv lli- ! tod 111 ioisiiess r.t.l-- . Try tU NKW YOItlt tf ? ai fai IfKVffM . Un fcta ban est of nllfofullof days and full of us hiif Mill fMltt j h ni Moltduc I ti niji ttr nari KLOint-fitato35c. Writro . Ui fulness. ail faploN ml in sttrtiti buly t Oaya. UUA1N 1hi pi I MfaiattMrlr I lb at ptm . . ... No. rMl . htthftu ianpearrn.unnrttrt imimiih TMEcood nevr hUl tholr l'ffht an in iti rarM f nwait (Vrn No 3 mued 4 under a buahL They arv atwus In puia rait tap( (HtarrvHii ia rfi t5 ajwitlM . .naai ihwtt QUI It. slfbt in the Wpofthe masurv. Mm tuxul M rOKK-- Ni .. .. IS 11 I.. eP bv it tr raiua 3rarcbr OAKLAWN FARM. l I.AIJP Wettrrn otiMjttniilf tf ik' " VarartttiBtAiiimiidiu Mil url( thai haa Lc ati4'?l .Ian lin ril tti llu4aUllt,Mt4Hl'na, CHICAGO I f lUprtt. llir (IhlrKO Miitl sm PERGHEROIK tr nrifitsr ,. I a, ur, CTtlWfft ti Oomaseticlnf; Hunlar, let 4A, tho only ex UHAIN Wheat-N- a. V Jrsl ttfiMtftuotitaia, Ten ? traaiaia itar No. t Culcajro Hpnac FRENCH COACH HORSES, ii&i hT elusive tbrouRh lutliaan Cur Uno from h4 fw . . . ku If ? ii "'! Ufn iIdiubpiuj Corn No. . ChleftfiO to iXtaver vtaCVHinrll HliifTaHnd tiaJfrti&rM t -r riaruiai uSf c jrc Oats No. S tboC'htoujo, pafaamT Omaha, was ;Ublithrd K yo rar cw luDt tf rmnc POKK-M, Mil n auk ro & Mt. 1'uul aad lTukn IVmHo H, M. ORIIN A IONI, M. Ds., Atlanta, Oa LL10NltrfaprTne. IAUD-SKIJQfvN 3(H) ATA no nulways, oa the foJlnwtq; Umo schedule i iui i 11ALT1MORU. nurawo daily, 10 40 it in arrive ritcira jtlcT, a irww Indl Iavo ana . Council llluffs, fi.N) . m , arrtvo Omaha, 'ioo lTiiniiTCI I W GRAIN- - ! hrat, Na J m. ; leavo Omaha. SKX) p. m. , arrive lift fUkfi iiifaiMih.!. 7.10 , Corn Mlspd LOW PRICE RAILROAD LAHDS I r UrinUct, U m4 auiuua uiim Mt, Denver laooddajn. ft 'Jajv in. Oats-MH IX I CtMNllix, This train makes direct connection with ITtrt KraaiiAtlN. FREE Government LANDS IOHK-- M h n Vn lUtv rn,tinyir21.3Stc:"t m i.SI..,Ii.w A MM V all trsina froc the Eit nfrir u V!hc A y.tlk ad Win atDijrht- - Hlteiiliicsir fart, tcta Karur ?,m act CATTLK-n- rst 4 (Ml Jrratro nnd Tttmt Httrrfmfnl . qusilty .110 ASx n,J' ll wi CAUTION drtil s1l 10-- 5TJACOBS jr Jm Lumbago. on !i. m r:-- YIAR8 n iuum half-bake- Diamond e W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE. f I- 4, c. ;,ta ;h - u lnr . 1 lho-orl- vti 1 rnn &' rPruon dtt 'r 4It rtHt itt. )rr F l .... . . , a No, . f in Vitl fj sar iMf c OR IIMiEIil PMS, liasnoititt 1 Intl's Pills !, ftm sut Vhest-No.3- rrd 1 li (sts-Mix- hi-s- t i. W. DUNHAM'S 0,1 ,000 trbtj, lrlr. sou j.ricYviiKKi: n t ROPSY, ti n-1 1 ! blraltr, lr if Mtlnll 1 KLOUlt-Wlsean- 1 lntr ntr T!Mt..rf..Miii lii t 1 eM &m .. orr . - tii. 1 otr tif- ts - il iirn 1 NORTHERN PACIFIC. X.AHI-Hn- K tr in HCxJS C 90 1NMANAPOM& 0KAIN-Wnat-- Na Cera Oats-Ml- iwl Vited 2rsd... LOUIBVIM.R A Na 1 QltAlN lVbeat-- N. Ctorn Mued KI.OUU-- . 4 rd..... . 3) a ) (krwtrt punu now on lea t(kM tWUhiwm of Aautlf rmrva-. iMw.1. Sw H pn sala Tor tk"ki and slwirfnc-cu,rs OKNT PRSC. AoJr LAiHcwvin LU.u t4yatnty IVkst OfiWa, rt3 I iark . DUHHIH. Wayne, Illinois. MAS. B. UUBORN, "St'.'CVWInn'.'h street; iiikm l'ossefiirerHtAtltm. Canal and IX K A Mntrn, Adams strvet. or nddir I . Ast Ortri Tavsentfer A trout, f? (.'.ark laS rr Wuratt rii'MiiMN S T1 aMff7.KU 55-TO- N street, Ctacsio, ML tr f HWffISaAflC r sekdfo: liaVF '! (His Mnoil rOHK-M- fta LA1U bteam .... . . Wncx achsneoof air is not desirable WtitHi mi property cooa to ao other loidr. llrji$ M'hnn Wrinkles hmu tlta Ilttiw. tho locks grow seant and of tho Assembly of tho rinnii"1 nf ujnivimo on auuix atlrery. In To rutar Stafo of New York. uml Mintrllural Urt Uot.a of thn bcr.;i-- i eiTocU of lloatettcr's btomach lldtors.a 6tat or New York. Awtnt.T CnAunrn, I( to whuh Iheactvl and Inllrtn i AUBAfcT. Aprl 1ft, 19M. rHrtrt m n wf wk-r- t und iuvljfor.iat I1 My family for tho last twolro years haro counteracts a tendency to rheutu.itism and ToHoift 1lastcm, nournipd, been uslnf? Allck-k'imprtjvos dlrvUont nvUflV hilHunpss. and overcomes malaria. A and havo found them wonderfully cfllco boluro retirlu jiroinotcs s.utit citms lu tvuth, colds and pains In tho aldo 1 s uino-glas- I hi . iBK Mann, uWmSkJN a HyuCkaVi h fr I C v ( imtvum . n.4)Mt. w ftf. mm S, iSi. WAOON Ir irvijaui Lj?VJ ul i " kiM f-A Mtsmi J j -- ECsVffrufT'H ltf S4l mrt k SCALES, SaM J Jut OO u. i tr4ka h ..LaATJifTsam t tr kk.'llM..l 4f"feO , a4aaiUSatSa-?a,-fc 4 ttfVf M r, fm w m r v -r . ; re?:?: Irou-mak- About ten years npo I was thrown from a wagon and badly bnilwi!. In threo days theso plasters entirely removed the pain and soreness. Twlco they havo rurod mo of severe colds which tbreatnnd pulmonary trouble They also cured my son of rheumatism In the shoulder, from which ho had suffered two years. James W. Ursrcp. Is always saro to como The around la due tlmo to over maa. km aud back. Ut. liilii:VlM,t lUl l4a.HgwaMal- rft) tmf"4. ta t - t I 1 rWk, 4 I ataSljaSljVk9l avlaS I )'AUll kLI.UUll.H.Orw.nliHMM,Ws 4 IV (OrrrrrtitimratuJa H Vrbw a vessel ffflts a hole Unva It makes U hut Uard. OctJtL uully store In hnr forthosa vu ri..i.S LIT 1t Uthttt rm4f frbtu tkUArt ivffrttc If rCdm n 01 im -i- MUfSlirtlStf mf ranrurmihab o, Youxo MfXwho nenl business rxricrl-nce- , aad at tho sumo titno to Jncrcaso tholr tzsh on hand, will nnd It greatly in tholr to confer with li. t Johnson & Co., Illchmond, Va. .sr,aL'sjiu-gsga5sgStPtt- (Iood only when ued up tho umbrella. Fort IlROXcnuL, Asthmatlo and Pulmo. nary ComplalnU7roim'i lhvuhuil JYoeM' havo remarkubio curulivo properties. StAd wly in box. Cold In Heal st T What If this sort of thing kerps on they will b riving awav unit lota soon. We notv ihb. RHiromii oMicr. mish fearn that W.houses ! Jennings Deinoret rvna an la r ara la mnf l aMllti Sral SELOUft. a'aJufl(i'r- . Apply Halm (etc eat a pcstrlt tit a aaUar. FCRHf 1 md-lmmenso l'tittem Manufactory, and yet SlCNOn. doe not sell aslnglo (uttern. What M Warrva c, 5. Y. CLT X Not nt all! They aro all fven aw.iy to thn purchasers ami aubvjritvr to that cm mrnc siisrtrsia4 wonderful Kamllr Mnirotiip, iKmorost's iiMtMtl,iv,atkUci.P.r a. w SMttaaits a n Monthly Koch Magaxino contains nu onler nntNiMitMtiM cntitJintf tho holder to any itltcni ihey . tiMrruma Nik amrf Wm aiatnn mm. mniiufui'turo. Wo do not eo now they ran i .: .ir-- .. ..i..t- a i.. :v afford It. for their edition a aro linrornse, MailllnrTLX) vuhjj 11. 4iN inoin riira, 1.. m kM ml rift and itaoems lncrtiiblo that ructt ilupulnc run bUilOUini (Hind ten cent for sample conyl, (tmUlnn SrlUv UnUCl1ttT lVwak4nff IVatmathia UmkIiI mionlcr forn iwiUrm worth irom JJUH I laiM4fMF eonta. This will certainly hurt th patlrr. W'$? Ar DAY. Kauipira worthfiTnt&0 t HUnlCntn'' ft ! ti,irthi utTMUntn sciklaroilii. a.vu,s.f. AMiri! MHHMMn,. Mf, k. trade, for ladles will aonn learn that tuny Kw KelhJ. can Kct tholr patterns freo by aiiiiiIyl.u urn. mtttlB m lusorfUlcniilntf for Deinorcsl'a Munthlj pain UmI Im wj wil.(Mufl iinnlQO. Publuhel at 15 Haat Hth alroct. " New York City. lVtt WJ HNMIII4 1U4 ffftf X MeiVKxw'nswtiitfVfi jj iioruit t - ..w"r !KlAOnft MTH ! ' i. b bni4 Mft rtMVBI .aliwlalhS r - CATARRH. . I&uS'ftlTRl? ' if.ti' irt P&UVN rif aiMMT r 4UrrMtta a wr rarri rnr.n..j l!ftl m. $5 br. i4 CANGERiH akk r itrmustloclc havo eunus to rraaou lejrsl-be-a- mo Si murmmstMht '' r0'ya.4s.a. r u4.o. mrkHiiuntktititT si 10 Ami:imMa liMi"'t ra nn ui wnirouacv tLs Afcwthrrnri iLKAh" in IL&t Ut l4 )M irvaUrt 4 3 JS &us wWln& uwamiom. FRATTTnrca von issd. rnt Six Serial Stories rfuaely 150 Short Stories Dluatratnd by Eminent Artists. ut 1C9,-73- 7, t aav -- s Tales of Advonturo; Militated Articloa of Travel; 1,1)00 Anecdotes; Historical and SultmliSc Allien; Sketches of Eminent Men; Humor; Pootry. $5,000 in Prizes for Short Stories. Threo Friies of $1,000 each, three of $750, and thr?4 of $2S0, tro offered by tho Publisher of Tn Companion for (ho best Short Btorles. Bond stamp for fill particulars In regard to tho conditions of the offer. 1 au jt In Four Holiday Numbers nnd will I excri!lnx1 aUraetlr, filled with thr work of our fsrorlts wrllrn, ant profuiely IlluitraUd. Nu miter a will be t;tli 11 Thanksgiving-Christ- mas The0 Kuuveulr New Year's Easter. ant to Kach Hubacrllr. Whlrli were xltrn with nrarljr tfrry lue durlnif the last jtr, hSTs Uoms an ifirf)rtant jmrt of the jmixr anl will be coutlnurd. So utltrr amr attempt to jrhe luch a larfe taerrais of maltrr and Illustrations without lucre mo of price. A pnpor worth 92.00 The Illustrated Supplements for only 9170 a year. The Right Hon. IIoi written, cipeclally for Tub Companion, an article on "Tho Future W. E. cf tl.e Gladstone In November. KngllibSieaLlng llaccs," which appears In the fint Issus IfoiisehoM Articles will bo puMlibcd frcqucnlly, giving useful Information In vsrloui departments of homo life Cooking, Kinlirntdery, nnd Decoration of the Home, without aril within. Tho IMltorlnl glcs timely articles about current ercnti at homo and abroad. Tho Children's i'ago ii always crowded with Storlci, Anecdotei, llhymcs and I'uzilei adapted to the Youngest ltcadcri. liie aWfA iislBsssK Si asU Two Millions of Readers Weekly. SPECIAL OFFER TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS. sssssKflXVViKij f! FREE O to New Subscriber who will send " lids slip, with name and I. O.addreM anil SI. 7fl for n yesr'a mhacrlntlnn to fia juiiiiBiiiiint we will ariiu the italic r rill r. in jnn. J . 1 HHll. nd for HUH rear from thst tUle. Thla nrrrr inrimies Ihe I Otlll IIOMIIAY N'MIIKItS, the I M.IISTHA T1CI hl'ri'I.KSir.NTS, To nnr Hand money by ami ina o rot-Ofuc- Annual I'ltr.ii u.n LiKi, wuii Money Ksprsas Money Order rtlri r' iiiiutraumis. Jan. 1. Letter Addrcii Check, or lleclstered HHi:01 SsaalaaaHbaBTx ''SK WBim& aaaaVr S3 Specimen Copies and Colored Announcement free. Pleat tntntion (hit paptr, I fJa JkJSj n cum-etorlo- THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, 43 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. C'u-- tSKn mwmmfMtwm wmM!)GM , V,M2i !tmH8p 21 -v ra-T v tYVZ nummm f DIMOCRATIC SOLDIERS. I' - v. - - i 3 V i L HOW WE ARE TAXED. on tho oxistenco of which th entire While they foojjit1 btllM of lho "prolvollvo" hp It? a depuuda with-oeon-trYote-r'Outfit for The Harden on Compiled from Union they surrender complete 9oni VluMt MallatUa which tnrlff taxn would of no to the Klfctlon liAj. republican Alinauara, Mtowlna; That the of their Stntf Gottrnmont poldlera of the I'nlnn Were Drmocrata Hnpubllcans, whofywl preferred stay-in- g As, botwoen now and November, tho benefit whntovor to our manufacturers. and the Unyattnme Voters Were He In considering tho Itonm of hl el4e. at homo and viun. lo nhtlng for voters of the country who can afford imhllrana. Ho," to do po will lay in tholr winter oloth tlonday outfit, tho voter must nume Thcro Is no evidence that oven ono tho tlatf they called n miuntlng theroforo that the amount of tho tariff lirpubllcan voter In 18G0 shouldered and tho constitution they believed a ing, wo will consider tho tnxei on tho tax wan added to tho cost of Uio article "league with hchVJ Their opponents articles of drens in which tho voter In his rauakct and fought In tho Union U tho fat conthis latltudo will o to tho polls. For in overy Instance, becnuso if It hail not rnnkft during tho civil war. That n fow securing nil tho offleei tracts, nil tho plundor had absorbed tho 8ako of tho argument wo will sup been It would havo boon of nobtnoflt did la exceedingly probable; but tho to nny ono in this country and would evidence In lacking, and wo must ac- - tho natural Increase asd nil tho party pose that ho can afford them, thoughi havo boon reduced losg ngo. SL Louis I trusts, owing to strikes, lock-outropt tho Matemcnt on faith. Outside pnrnsltes. ork to recover syndicates and general restriction of JiepubUc It has been of tho i offiilur army corps oftlcors but HONEST HUQH M'CULLOCH, three of the prominent (Jcnonils were what they had hamid over to tho the market by theso laws and their Kepubllcnn. Grant, Sherman, Sheri- homo guard who wou to't fight, when beneficiaries, tho assumption will not I.lnm!rt' Herretarr "f thn Trramr to they loyally shouMcre-- their muskets, bo warranted by tho facts In hundreds Ptiitnrt CITliftntl, dan, McClclInn, Meado, Ilnncock, The Herald has been a bollover In Hooker, Mcl'hcr-fro- n, but they havo succeeded and will prob- of cases. llutlcr, Tho drcs of our average vojtr In tho existence of a conscience e' tbe Huell, Uoecrnns, Sickles tho ably keep lu Hero is tho history, from the; Trib November ought to conslst-o- f a hat, a Nation. As tho campaign U on u wholo galaxy of volunteer Generals of how tho Re- woolen overcoat, a woolen suit, question of right ngnlnst wron; it were Democrats when tho wnr began, une's election tables, stayworsted stockings, JSrihnol underwear, has been oxpectcd that tho citizens whatover they may havo leen after It publican party fought the wnr by loyal ing at home. Read It ittuly Its ponder cotton or miialtn shirt with linen who undorAtood tho facts of tho wnr ended. Hut for them and tho Democratic lender of tho North there on It. No war's devolution is hero. boom, collars nnd en IT nnd silk tariff would secretly or publicly array 18C0 to 1801 crayjjtrff it rains ho will carry nn themselves against tho IlepubUcnn never would havo been a civil war, or Tho normal increase Itom 18C1 to 1SGS. uunbroiln, wmch may oo inciuuea in platform, which has given to wrong a "moro perfect Union' preserved Is tho same as from Na?- Thcro aro nono oMtstotera in tho tho 1UU lie will imvo in ms pocKei tho authority of party indorsement. for k Tho nowa that Hugh McCullorh, a In 18C0 tho total Democratic vote In tlonal cemeteries. Al- nro present n handkerchief, which wo will supposo UTbe nc to be linen; n pocket knlfo, n watch lifelong Whig and Hepubllcan, Secrethe loyal States wim 1,937,1 s the total ar.d a hunch of key?. Ho may have tary of tho Treasury with Lincoln, Hepubllcan vote was l,56,v6U chaw- counted for and other things Johnson and a short tlmo with A'thur, other ttrllvle f At ing n Democralic majority In llio 1oa1 In his pockets, but whatover ho has, has declared for Clovoland, cm not North of 100.8A3. I'm. JSC HTATC IrcvAU l,W it will bo taxed. He U taxed from fall to havo an Important influence oc These States furnUlied 2,C00,71C CMorZj ,13 7,! fH( Mr SAT'O the feot up and from tho head down; tho electorate at largo. t7,2W troops under tho different calls. If Consul. 4A 7,H0 (UW 13.M1 fawarc. Is widely known; ho U very taxed up for tho Government nnd cory Kepuhllean voter In tho country UIIroUm 2VS03 SVS417 7i 'A itasw its necessary revonuo; taxed down for old; ho ban no Interest to servo except had shouldered n musket thero wca(S Xoduna. ' 19U7 lan J li,i 1 ftw 017 iai.339 TO SH benoflclary of tho Govern- tho right. If any voter can 'e exhavo bcon n deficiency of 814SS. nnd Iowa 39,Vfl tho W S7,7J TOlO, 1 Kentucky. GtkH 71.73 fA . KM ment who collects his share of tho pected to net clear of embarrassing It would have boon neecsMlfy to call MAln j t, 49,731 Marjlaad. A1"l upon this numbered Democrats to Mais KG.? .. 1S1.T3M bu tSn9 tnxes by forming trusts and other com- motives, this aged statesman wl I lw 10,1 1W W::9 binations to establish 'corners11 9l,Ul hW crodltod with seeking only thagood of holp them ouUfnot ono Republican M ch'can 43,411 034 kll Minnesota. S0 of tho groat corner oatnbllahod tho pooplo who have honored aim. had stnyedvtiiomo to vote, thirty-tw- o Mtasourl... KHrAIV1 W,l BXM7 2I8 nnd maintained by tho war tariff taxes, at) Hugh McCulloch haa long 'boon nn per cenVof tho army must havo.bocn N. lUrap.. Derrtocrnrfc. If oxnetly in many Dem Ncv York, 4M.1MTHAP? 3,7':5 41P,8-beginning with tho hat, wo find that advocate of tariff revision nnd reform. Ohio.... I M.tSy. C0 234.1W CM,4 it is taxed 75 nor conU of its vnluo, if In his btnto papers ho has not failed to crnU as Kcnubllcnns hud enlisted, OrOpOO.. 61 10.WX) 0.KSS i s,s.n ?e,i"t socs. sua) tho Democrats would havo remained ivnmjl 11.344 2;iJ liSU 441Q U.TO3 lLls.and. t' V in n majority in tho voting. To find Vermont . 3i,?Wl l 44 ow HARRISONS BRUTUS IN THE WEST. K,ill 10 M7 bow many Republicans went to tho WUconiin.) PG,rSj frfrllO IktigntJer MU raptr. wnr let us see how many Republicans S.tnO.7 IAWl f.lT.??' M14fM Total stayed homo to vote, Tho truly loyal history of tho Uomocrntto Hero is tho alroanncs of tho Albany Journal nnd party In this civil war, taken from tho Now York Tribune will furnish tho Tribune's election tables. Its increase Here is tho Republican from lbG4 to 16$ is greater than the vote for flvo years: Hepubllcan; but aow can tho loss of ncruDUCAN vote. nearly 200,000 between 18C0 nnd 1SC4 bo accounted for? Where has tho natural Increaso of warly 300,000 gone? E &r &: BgSi They sleep in tho National cemctorle. They aro not present, but they can all 1)0 accounted for on tho rolls of the fcp: ut s, up-hi- ll Slo-cut H.-VI M REPENT REPORT. Tim annual pension rcll of tho Oorer meat Is about tA.0CkCo0. A MtMrnis cl&cn was flnM fitvy dollars for spreading stories about $Uow fever. It Is cilculntM that tho re aro moro than ll.CCU mllrsof dead wlrts in Nw York dty. TmiRB are more than 4,000 ioplo In tho United States who are word than 100 years of age, Acoonmxa to oMclal returns the regular army ol tho Unltrd SUtes eoit tho country W,000,cb0 annually. A rocRTxsM Tnocsixo foot peak In thn Rocky Mountains (Colorado acctlcn) has beeu named Mt tiborldan. Bincf. Its establlfthmont In lSrt. tho Fi.Ci Co mmlMlon has placed over 10O,ooo0i X) small fih la tho waters of the Htato of Now York. A Tnicr ot land containing 1.000,000 acres In Aroostook County, Mc., has been sold for fl,ru00a Tho deed recorded conUloa words. and Hereford A xcMDtn of abort-bocnttlo havo been aold by Quern Victoria from her herds for exportaUon to tho United Stute. Oct In Oregon they havo had such teea of rain and sun that It is reportd that la many orchards tho upplra itm fuUftrown and halfbaked upon tho trees. nosTOX Is cellrcUng tho roster of tho patriots who fell at Hunker Hill, Juno 17, 1T7-Tho names ot tho historic defenders wul w tnm",l i"Mi brvuAO mu 1m1 upon appropriate soil. I A flTATisriciiv who has been looking up tho matter sajs that tho aoAsldo resorta have boasted tUU summer of twenty eight women to a man. At many of tho balli en tire u are danced by girl. Drniso thf lal olghtoon months tohio 400 Mormon families havo Ukon up homtv atetjft q the aouthwottrn part sr ths Territory cf Wycalnff. Them are large and arrowing colonlo also la Idaho, Colorado Arliona and Nevada. Tnaadrlsabllity of baJgea for pbjaldat la bciugdltcusHllutntHlu.'al circles, prefer nce Mnn showu for an olivoolorcd button. Tho fundftnenUl Uca Is that a distmiruliklntf bad go would bcof crmt vidua In caAos of basty demand for a doctor's aarvloei. S5,-0' ' lt . !,: . . .i in-ei- liB 'iii111'?. n,nyo' norohound andTnrre Indiana doctor has recently dlacorarc! i ue-- Tootlucho Drops Cure in ono minute. In a common wewi whoso medieinil qualities Wnnx Is a bullet like an oil When It o hnaro never beforo been suspected, a craioa. remctly for bowel dlsordera. l'hcro Is nothing particularly M run go ORPPKnT ' MMIHnum. Cincinnati, mm K)ut thla fact (unic, nerve, throat dlseatvs. Ssndfor iwfc Kothlng. A nor i rut thing a royal flush. Andyot tho very simplicity of tho new Vric dlaoovorr would, with some, accm to throw Harm Aiw. iuu doubt upon its power. To mako It ono haa only to pour hot water over tho Icarci of tho plant. In Its preparation no vast chemical works and npnllancca aro ro cjuirea. Is It to be wondered nt alnce such plainly ,i prepared remedies are Accounted as if such cnau Croat merit In thoso days, that such wonderful results attended our grand CHRONIC CASES mothers, whoso teas and Infusions of roots and herbs nnd balsams, havo ctetted so great an Influence la tho matntecauco ot 30 YEARS health and l.fol TAWDIKO. Certainly not Tho greatest pieces of maohlucrj alrlko NO RETURN OF PAIN. us most by tholr exceeding aimplicitr. At DnjitsW Mi DuiiN, Tho aecrot of tho success of grand TMI CHAUUaTvoaEUR CO, mothor'a rcmelles wa their frchr iaiud BstUwoff, 114. aUupliclty. Kvery autumn found to little logCubln abundantly pupplloil wl I fresh laavoa, reota, t.erba and lalAam Vcrn-Cu- ra which wcro carefully dried and prepared aid laid FOR DYSPEPSIA. away for use, Drvadiuir. tocall u do tor be a rosrmx crsi roa lasistttioa i Alt cause of tho cxivnfllvriicjtof his Wt trM Af1f TkMvaMh. trips, they Immediately guvo atteitlon to rtmr Vntgyrt fnrai toiler vfll ffH Vfra Cum fa vu M nU airtaJf In tUO, ths disease and routed it befarf it had tent ty vuti vn rrrnj a tt$ to njwi i wj m pained a foothold. The old IO Cabin gnindmotlrf", In cap TMI CHANtes aTvoCKLU CO.,ifflrMri,Jt and high tucked gown, and ircUnco S I'ctntr 4 ilfct4wti sootaclod lu routfli allrcr, her v.ry feot vncascAl In "hum mode' slips, Is tie doar Four Books Learned In One Reading, sweet nurse wtio rtcs to tho view 01 many a ivr a nur upn in Itn uifl. lv,Lsv n tlin vir1 tiMin a man nntl ,. f thn rti.nl.r. of Tttlrr n oi me ikws in reirosinx'U t lluui tVQaZZ: lriienifttL OtforJ. Tho aocreta of Kraudraothcr's nnVclaei' KiciLOion, HfpL W were rapidly iHMnir fonrotten and thoor!d I iVar Hr-- ln Auru iA. whiin Umkioc of lul D5.BJ '"inepitnw Isuddfaiyreeire4 was not (rrortiujf In the erace of Mn HV" Wl oij ownii on rismtaausii vouid I ili -. TAr.um ihA Ui orf nfW v ' v. ..th " ttlJ is furliiuUl, I hkdonly It 110) dava hoaUafflias Wm for yrara thsdmiroufa i u4v i'i'iih ivr in AM a valu-nbil- Log Cabin Qrandmothera. n war of Krsud.siirt st si hi tbcprlc tamp l on lha tuttom o intus UT rtitfil i hot i f sil rnn bfforo Ira? ir tha artorr.whtcli 1 roifit ma i raaaalnalhlthrrlroianilinrariarflCHHU. If m1al I llniiKtatapaalAlvilurfilnr, nrotri hW.hat Iham witWtot nit iiams aiul ci or ftaya a Iiu0 tani(4 tin llf bullom, rut blm ilunn CAUTION arojr JACOBS OH 'Lumbago. 1 IMaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVN POSaKSViaaaaaaaaaamKHK - I Diamond e f ttn4U W. L. DOUGLAS 53 OHOEi CENTU-MEN- . wwBimw&SKmin tt AA'l hi Mir ft,fHt aahanJifiMt.Uii lllll'S in II 1. I HOt'UkftBli4ibnriinalaril onlf l"rM(tMlilim.lCqalactta'Jiin'iaail lllll'fll 1U ri,r Hill r i,rmr rwiiii HllflH '" ..ifwi Kailm Uu ana loiter ( am 9t ail war them. It U. 1 m 1 A. M Ih a!. v""!r t,lt h..-t- -- rt hln,tjaaall wrJftti3, Nulatkaor n; - (iikHv.noAnor.i,snir4Ji4i i Tiii, "t it.t Hvrntut 'h UIHIIJ i4t'iiA .'J I .!.t." lltlll Ibat.iliaib .lit. rfjuili 'mi ml , TtifrsJ i , niinint Tf Im iiui i t air hae?f mt ar, ft rar rM1riv,"tl' ! ,l' ( vtvacni hn t iothwotii . l Mt.i,l ba not' tV amaif llijt Klvaa u,m "r ,ntn t f a rhattr W a phUaathtvpLst . . Ilia: iif ft)..StUH Union dead. Tttt DW9CR1TIC VOTE. - state, California Hk rjfg,7,41. AT.TOl T7.SH $$py;yfittP?frr&n$! I M MC ConneUcl UeU ware Illinoti. liiltaDa. Iow SVw 15, 4XHI rMK 1QA.1I7 . . H.W1 HM7J aa3S.,4rsL.iss'Jft3ngs?4?sis gfi'iygirgggg'gg 18 Michigan . Mionesota. Jlaitc. Maryland Maac'i"l Kentucky.. f;0 ??! ri.Tt: 9.TS1 iAoo .."C It4,ll 4" r',5 s,tl Si,;-74,114 inw 4fl,-i l'S4 4i'N H.7CT lu, : 1W.H1 54.97T 47.HH 'K",1'T hyIclau' vt thocM atylc, men vlo never aaw a tnol al inatiral colleen aavo lu tho woods. nor diploma1 except that lusonbcd on tho Ncca or iHMUinjr ana IonilvtM ittucuu. mucd tlmo nnd monoy uaa oxieadM In socunng thooM formulas which Uxlay arojnit forth THE MARKETS. aslOffrublnromoJica' aarsaiarlha,bopa and buchu, couKh ami ouusumtlonf aud cisci55Tt, Oct ax aovend ether, bjr Warner, uIkho tiamo Is M fnmous and a standard fur nxMienl excel 3 as Cholca bulrhcra.. . liUUM temmoa. .... t) e a to leneo all o or tho plolw Theso oldt, now Clivitt acker. ...-- .. H&o rt 4 d preiuraUima RIIKRP-Oo- oJ 3 afi to choirs. nuod as ox auclt HUp'Mvxrvlle I.AMllS-Oo- oJ 4 At) Aid) to choice. FLOUK-Vam- llr 4 IA M ft ft) Jicy can brt fauud with aU UK A IN Whfat Na 3 . W t lien Col i.than AlKn ras No. S inl A W tory along our uorthern f rvaiUer during the Corn No. mixM ' ruvoluOou, Uoi ft rkth Warner, tho fighting (t-KUfd-..- -. . t ft Ur-Bherid.m of that army, wbttvraaAaktllfui f 10 Ul ft I HAY lrtm to rbotco natural doctor, UscaI many such rvtucllea, TOIlAtXlV-Mcdiu- m l 10 S5 014 Leaf.. Cutiln extract, ara notably liVo (iootl Leaf - .... ii 10 ti9 no jiarULiand tho H. Meat. ritOVlSlONS-ro- rk coutfti nnd eoanumptkm remedy li M !. h (I 7t among iho aokllora with famous nuoixwa. Ird lrina tteam HUTTKK-OHi1 tf 10 Palrr which They art) IVIida to Cho Crrmrr .. l tl O M today may u noblotoluhcntuuco dkl our vr et Al'IM.KS-l'rtB- W, foreenjoy tho full, as . bbi mt IVTATOES-r- er bL fathers, and usintr, rears as did they, the NEW YOUIC. hnrvestof a life fall of days and full of use tral lino werocitfht In whoso anci so ..- -, Aa uf ii on ihi hfl IltaUop of thanini Ika it facia. I aitbfatly fatra. Kl tur 'JU Jahm Mien iron MarroiAU IM A To t A Lotactta, f J7 V tlh AT N V r t tanjui bf evrrfipoadence. fitod fcr prt- Aa atitrlr nap eparniiilwat: butxour $o ny Dwrtry, wssaWa to and lva tba anal oi I tltitfura rtittint ifbtroot, TrtMior, Harold Brawn. Wot itrfhmi ntr i1r tmmtr . I Ac onr4. plra. mi priat A if', ve4$rl j Jj4 J' 9VtfJZr9 -HOUOLA9, BrOCktOtl, MOBS, .LaaaaaaV UauoU March and Rapt.. son ytar. It la an anoj PlopaOl of uaaful Infor imat Ion for alt wbo pur oLaa tbo luiurUa or Ih Tho " in trr i LIVEBTOCK-CatUc-Coinm- orfl . ... t3fl ,.asiaia "tua r aui ftpnllt rt M 1 Am & SSB Na No. ri wan ) a-- iwmi.i.s.Mit tin II I.Mil IT jour si .roTiA4ttuf ,u,i it III 11 food il too at p tilts SliatUloautl j on MM .om IF YOU HAVE OH PILES, lia Bscaisltloa of lit 9, Wa dotha you and furnish you with ail tea nooaiaary and unntceaaary appliance to ride, watt, dance, atai at, flh, hunt, work, to to church, or stay st noma, and Id various alaaa, alTlaa and quantltloa. Jual flgura out what la requlrad to do all thoa thlnea COMFOBUUT. sad you ean make lair Mlmata ot th vatua or tho V YKUU OU1DC, which wilt b aant upon raealpt of 10 cent a to par toatic on lll-X- Tra uin q a utt's Pills Try lis tnmhtc. htil Hillfhm yraahMliulliliitT ti r kin m par lua liirna binlj lrlrr, wflWnrst XHohJf au aaaiMi tan Mna MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Atouu. Chicato, a m p 1U, KLOUll-KlatS- DJ ailAlN-BMt-NfcJ- rwJ lCAs) 74,o lra ... . . 4 lil.wo 15,17 C2.5T W.Mfl No. 9 rwl- fVrn No, 8 mixed Oata-Mixi- Nt. i t so fumM. TiirBrtod amdet ntrer hid their I'lpM UFHirr n bwatirL Ttiy rv la p'ala dgtu Im Viae tup of tl meaaure tn hani ni.TvS 60,119 W.ttV4 KH.773 l'W v 14MW s7IS A71 1jKk-- N I.Ani-Ytrro riOtMC-VUen- it UHAIN-Wbfwl-Na- M N.irmpVc Mliftourl K 17.4J7 31,0 6 2(vm WMn 80,471 4WLKM 11,125 x SlW Cbiran s IS 1ft . . ti ftt h Uflaft is - 1 ciiicaAo. A W. DUNHAM'S OAKLAWN U(3, 000 FARM. PERGHERON Jiriuiir.u, liO rrrcK i'N HAirp, !, ar i.ruYviiut!:. at4 nOO ATA wailw.. 31 lli'rl"lrUHlW! JHC1M t KeirYork. Ohio. .. OrtroQ ... a Vermont Total Jerey fl.Sll 454,1W 3i7.ni 617 M,6il5 fr.410 WT'rt tH'Ui H f 72? tei.tN au&,5f STflkl) 71 6Nn tzrw No. 2 Qora-(Ht-Na- HprtM- tr4 - . .. , .. ia i 1 mn i M 1 1 X.f a..-. ll5523gs553SSg8SgS3g F turei of precf ding year. ITie total Hepubllcan voto fell off In tho State elections of 18C2 only 161,797, and in tho State elections" of 1863, adding tho latest vote of Indiana, Now Jersey nnd Oregon, it exceeded tho Presidential voto of I860 by 12,243. The Republicans who "went to tho wnr" wcro certainly not missed when election day came around. They were at homo and ready to vote. They wore not In the army. In 18GI tholr vote increased to 2,174,279, showinc tho regular and normal! ucreaso (318,018) that there would have been in any four years without a war, and with nothing to ,1I.t.l. tho smooth nnd even tenor of a political party. How fared It with tho Democratic party? Let the Hepubllcan election tables tell tho btory: No eicctloot. DEMOCRATIC VOTE. Utcicls'd l'e'BfljlT-- 5M,d WlKOQSlD. 3i .7! KV40 K7 xrxou ZWSUl ,M tohk-m- mi UAUI-SlfMi M11S Wit ' '"IT i$x 64;t ia,0 -- . IIALTIMOK& No.3 . . aXlAlN--VfeM- .6it74a' i.y tig i.;pqms g.gn.Mi woro .mii Osts MUfd-..-.- . CATTLU-- "ll IIOUM anAlN-Wbat- 1W tri t0)4 : : 1 : r v- :::.:::: fj Srt ' $ . i. . . : : ; i t -- . -j oe g :; c z t, e g c &. g u 1 z i USL W j HSiCIMIMMlMlMli ip',r'i-r--"'r-p,j--j-- -i 1kC on kri tod Op r P?.sh?Mvfip'p'?9Wrfi S Tho call for troops so depleted the Democratic ranks that in Kovorabcr, 1862, there wns a Democratic los of 40Mo8 In voters, ngnlnst u Hepubllcan loss of 101,707. td t WH merely tho natural loss of an off year. Tho Democrats might naturally show tho tamo and oven 40,000 more. Hut tho 200,000 Democratic otcrs who are mUslng and unaccounted for wcro In tho Union army. They could be nowhere 1m). That thcro wcro no Hepubllc-un- s In tho army iho votes show, Tho Democrats- had Iwjoa majority at the previous election. Tho Kepubllcans bad 141,803 not by an Increaso of votes but by Democratic losbcs. In ltt63 the Democratic voto dwin dled down to 1.497,333, a loan of whllo tho Hopubllcun showed an Inera of 12,243, Tho Democratic majority of 100,768 had been turned Into a Hepubllcan majority of 381,172, for overy Hepubllcan who had voted In 18C0 was at tho polls to voto in 1803, whllo nearly half a million Democrats In tho Union army wore denied that 400,-787, tho latter was U i privilege In 1861 tho Democratic voto showed a loss of nearly half a million. It had dwindled from 1,957,110 in 18C0 to 1,780,038. Why? Whore were its bow members? Where were tho "old guard.11 With its leudors, in tho Union army. It had put politics to one side to koep till tho war was through. In 16C3 the war was over. Tho Democrats had returned homo to vote. What was tho result? It was an oil year, but tho Democrats galnod 2,207 overtho Presidential vote, while the Hepubllcans lot 30,201, showing that tho bulk of tho soldiers1 voto had genu to the Democrats. Tho cloho of tho war found tho Democratic voto 103,874 bhort of tho voto In and tho Hepubllcan 287,817 greatnatural and normal Increase. The Hepubllcan voto showed a normal nnd ordinary Increase over tho corresponding election of 1803. Tho Democratic voto showed tin extraordinary and abnormal Increase. Tho Democratic "boysfn bluo" what wcro loft of them had como homo. No loiigvr fighting, they were voting again. Hut the) had left over 300,000 of tholr nunilMirs In the National and they no longer were In a IfcCO, i er ujorlty. JSL What would be tho natural and rational explanation of uiy keenwitted foreigner, who nover had heard of our civil war who should be shown these tabic Would ho not say: "This country has been visited by a great famine or a great war which has not afTect-- 1 tho Hepubllcan party In tho slight at, but has fallen entirely upon tho party If ho know of tho ar- - would ho not out, ?BJ t MmIi ft .imi, tilt, Apllto of lloo.lt, llooaii Hntl lluuctiiiil, lu lit l7narUl0il n1 Jf Uo 0, toU?. "od democrats plainly hid furnished all of the "American VforkliiffMnti' 1'rlend,' h He AiprrS In JmlUns Hinl 3llchlAn. ladborno all tho J0 Vrth?ra lOSSCS? oudho not point to Delaware, Maryla&d, Kentucky-- , hat it Missouri, for absolute proof of U as- it is coarse wool. If It Is n silk ono of call tho attention of recusant Congresses to tho Ills thoso Leglskr ures pays only 50 per cent. This is sertion? wore visiting on tho iwoplu. Coding tho thousand "injustices nnd InequaJ?4. J 9 Itm. YoU. Into ofuee nfter Chase und Kosserdcn, lities." jroov, iw jvo. IMt. State. 3.M5 li,yTi Vit Delaware .. 13.MI Ills overcoat, coat, vest nnd trous- ho supported tho policy of Chasf beMarvlon 1. .. 49.731 2.M 10.413 ers nro taxed CQ conts on tho dollar of cause the necessities of war compelled MUsouri. ., ...10773 17,a Uyt) ts,u value. a degrco of taxation not prerlijsly KAC35 K,ttJ 3M.SU3 Totals JW.107 Ills flannel underwoar Is taxed 73 borne by a civilized people. It w&i Suppose sorao Impudent Hepubllcan cents on tho dollar If it Is of poor dlQlcult In war times to toll how much had strolled up to Ha and boasted quality; 67 cents If It is finer mMrlal. tax n nntlvo paid, for his that tho Hepubllcan party had His stockings aro taxed C7 per cent, raw material was taxed, his labor was "fought the war.11 Would ho not of their vnluo; If thoy cost him 25 taxed, his product was taxed, hli exknow It to bo an Impudent falsehood? cents a pair, that price Includes over changes wero taxed, and. If he had Would ho not point to these four 10 cents of protection." any income, that income oho was States and nsk where they got these Ills shoes nro taxed ' for revenue.11 taxed. In such a situation no d.ty at 250,605 troops from if not from tho With taxes running only from 10 to tho custom-houshowever oigh, Would ho not 30 per cent, nnd with raw material could bo Inequitable 290.205 Democrats? Thoeo d ttles ask tho secret means by which 250,695 frm, the business of shoo manufacturHut, with tho wore compensatory. soldiers could bt m from 25,103 ing Is one of the most prosperous in abolition of Internal excises itamp voters, and nould he not ask this silly tho country, leading In the amount of taxes nnd incomo taxes, tho ca took liar to explain why it theno Demo- Its exports and tho money it brings on a different aspect Hugh cratic States furnlshedaoro than their Into the country. Ills shoes, then, nro nover gave his assent to tho Inquota of Union troop frura their Dem- at least I0 per cent, cheaper than they crease, after tho war, of duties that ocratic voters, tho other Stntos did not would havo been under tho proshould havo boon abolished. II was do the same? Ho wojid also ask this tective11 policy which taxed rawhides. no confederate In tho robberies f tho silly liar to explain how It was that Ills cotton or muslin shirt is taxed wool tax nnd othnr extortions v 1867 tho Republicans had n..t lont a voter 51 per cent, and upwards. Tho linen and 18S3. by tho war; that at a'ho voting their in tho bosom, collar and cuffs ii taxed As tho truly savs, no numbers did not dlnuush, whllo that 35 per cent,; tho silk cravat, 50 per mnn can administer tho otllee of nun-cldid of tho Democrats until they cent.; his umbrella, 40 percent.; his agent of tho United Statu thus showed a of over ?O,000 In actual watch, U5 per cent.; his keys, 45 per collecting Its surplus tnxos nnoV.onrd-In- g numbors and S00,'j00 in normal cent.; his knlte, 50 percent. Wo had its currency, without n vivid growth. He would ft.so bo curious to almost forgotten his suspenders, but knowledge of tho enormity of thi preswhen the war was over our friends, tho protect! ouUts, remem- ent system. When Mr. jMh ullonli know why, und tho soldiers In the field ntthe cloe bered them and taxed them CO per filled tho office, in 1881 and 135, tho of tho war returned home, they votod cent. With a tax of 25 per cent on war tariff had done 1U wort Ho tho Democratic ticket in tho elections ovory button ho has on or has lost off tlmn i now thought tho outer and inof 186(1 and 1S62. oven including his collar-buttoner taxes of the Kcpublic si mid bo What nnswor would the Hepubllcan unless it is a diamond. In that case It harmonized, undervaluation mado imswashbuckler umVcf What imswur is taxed 15 per cent less. If we havo possible, nnd smuggling dealt with In could ho make? lUj, that tho inter- omitted nny thing else tho voter may a practical way. His report in the rogator was u IVrlUah spy, paid with bo sure that It has not been omitted full of 1884, will be found to comport Cobden Club gold? rhoso object avus from tho tax lUt In recapitulating with tho sentiments which ho now to destroy this jjf-try-. That is nil v.0 will comparo theso present taxes nvows. Ho took tho same iow that ho knows. dBf with tho reductions proposed in the Hanlol Manning supported.. Tho Uepubllculrmrty in splto of Mills bill on a basis of the dollar's In the fall of 1881 it waVrtOt a capiIts twenty-fou- r ycuw of power by worth on each articles : tal Hepubllcan offense to teclaro that fraud and forgery I nover in Its rrttnl war At rJv4j the duties wore outragecusly high. oxistenco had behind t or in Its ranks V0TKK3 ooxriT ron IT tnt on in Mivrmmt. tioratut. StUhbUl Statesmen could then freely express a majority of tho tc al votes of this ITl 75 43 thulr btjllevo that tho cutora house Cl 40 Union. It wm in a' dnorlty of over Woolen overcoat U) wero unjust tad unfair. Woolen tmt 40 chnrges ono hundred thouwu d in tho loyal RtocUtngt J7 Whllo ono thing came h at 20 per 71 40 Xorth when tho cl war came, and Funnel underwear m Btioe ft) cent another thing of slndar characit has remained In a minority since Hhlrt fit 40 112 per cent Tho whole M Cravat M ter must pay tho Union was proscr ed by tho loyal Umbrella 40 a fabric of tariff was based m o foundaM m Democracy of tho ( rth against tho HandUcrcti.or which had been destroyed. & M tion Hapenderi wishes nnd dttjrcs o tho Hopubllcan Sft Watch is Thoso things Air. McCulloch said Ut tti loaders, who would fc vo been glad to Knife.... , Key 40 nlllclally In 1881. "let our wayward tors depart in Ho was then a good Hepubllcan. Hy It Is claimed by protectionists that peace,11 who branded ho Hag they now tho tax collected at tho custom houo saying tho same things now ho appropriate tia "Hunting Ho,1' and a good Democrat, Which has colwho denounced the! constitution as on tho Imported goods Is not also changod McCulloch or tho Itepubllc-a- n a "a covenant wttn doath and n lected by tho bollor on goods mado in party? Chicago Jlerall, this country. This is truo of taxos for I leaguo with helL " m rovenuo, which do not corner tho homo They desired a disruption of tho Mr. Thurman's Acceptance. market If this market Is not corUnion. Theyplottedlfor It And they GovJudgo Thurman's letter of accept nover can aoi noverj will forglvo tho nered on any articles by a high masses ernment tnx, American manufacturers nnce Is brief but to tho point Ho rising of tho loyal Djniocratlc compliments tho Administration of of the Xorth uadorthfc lead of Stolon aro forced to manufacture enough of A. Douglas, compclllite n fltfht- Jhey that particular article at a roasonnblo Trosldont Cleveland and Indorses tho let tho Domocrats do tho fighting, prico to supply tho homo domand. St Louis platform and denounces tho Idea that a pooplo can bo enriched b) whllo they did the voting nnd stealing. Otherwlso tho consumor or his agents, tho wholosalo merchants, would send heavy taxation, or that It is to tholi Tho facts of hitory mako thorn insane. intorost to amass an Idlo surplus in abroad for It -- Cbr. A". K Md. Hut If tho tax is high enough to be tho Treasury. Tho object of tho Dom that Is, to chock or pre- ocratio policy is to glvo the pooplo A Oovcrnmontjwhich constantly 'protective1 cheap clothing, cheap tools and cheap raUos a much larger rovenuo than it vent importation, tho homo manufacturer will not fully supply tho demand. lumber. As to tho cheap labor matter needs for an economical administration, and thca omborks In lavish ox Ho will oven form "trusts" and shut ho says that tho great majority of tho pondltures or tho fjnko of spending down mills to provent the domand laborers In America are not engaged This makes In what nro called protected industho surplus that Government Is In a from being supplied. vory bad way Such a practice, somo prices high nnd adds tho amount of thu tries." And as to thoio ivho aro emtlmo continue, wHljproduco u carni- tariff tax to tho price of articles mndo ployed In such Industries tho duties imposed by tho Mills bill furoxecedtho val of rascally in Iur public alTalrs In this country. There aro wry fow exceptions to this dllTerenco between American nnd forcompared w jt sch tho Tweed regime In N0 yor'i will appear llko rulo, and where they exUt at all it is eign wages, and, therefore, if it wero white Innoceao'ana virtue. Such u only in industries which have not boon admitted that woiklnrr.m,.,. nnuld bo s protectod by u.rllTs thoy would bo praethv, rals. to tho dignity of u sys- uble as yet to combine and avail of thu prlvllogo of adding tho nnd more than protectod by that tem, would Utho moral ruin of tho turiU tux to their yrlccs a privilege moanuTo. Chicago Times, HepubllaCarf siurz'9 UtUr, lOHK-M- fss I.AltI-lr- tJ raaMty W(0 I 6W (lur Dlilrac) Mild llntfr llfprwaa, ex CoaamtoiB? Humlar, (rt. 2s, lb ott4vo turOfh I'ullroan (u- - Lino frm Chkuxo to lnver, via Council llhilTa and (ImakLnas ttubiihei twr th t hioas Itilwaokeo A: HL lVul nod t'uk-lu tr nuhraya, m the foiltnrlo? biaa afhelulo p Iavu (liirairo r. lady.k 10 4aa..-.- m ai rtvo . l-- . Cirtiuvil l.'.u- -. a; p, m arr-v m. ; taaro Dnuh, Denrer tevoortdy. ft JTt. m This train tuake iiimt onnnvtl"n with all tralna f two tfi fZaat nrrtnirm t ? atnlgbt. HJreiauff ear fare, (OvU Kiur aion ttciroU tu u.i Coluraua (tuula m vrcn clr French coach horses, kk.a t at ti nr fclAff) an. at$m: ffrM f a imUnpfKiom ud .art mi A nnf tnar i ran if h t ttt - aid IU ff bam aitart i i; at i . mi it. i. n(t fvaJ'f li pmsl tf r fiai trralmenf r f tiraif afr4itiatr tarpl li - mlhal h Ur" ty la MMi U9 mt mwr riiMai 1' Tiinn1iriaf.' ana in f (. LftaMpk ' e - Irir t't- oi r ft (i naa ' i rtiiv i f ra au lirv wrt Jt ft ( i a. 4Tt tu 'ara ! ) 4P Iutat at a4 r jrn f mm wt D a ' 1 anile (fe' wilhmMl k j (al ra b iif harm) twm I a 9fKt tnta mt lp ift lJ ( n v ' h) b) Ilafatrtaia! ROPSY rt IHEE. p t pt h ??(! ft to ' daa. iJ Hiai . aii-a- l rmtr at-- tt a1- li i.t-- - par H -, Uha, , I.SntA.N'APOUS. -N Corn MiifO Oati-Mti- cU. Srtal... t rwt.... .. .w LOUI6VII.I.K. I ri.oun-- A Nt OHAIN-Wliawl-- Na. COTB-Ml- xod . 4 W street, Ctueup, W'Uuh rortlck4 atd altypircMr rvn aimly at City nVketunis rt I mrk strret, Vnlou IWenrr8Utu.ii, ('anal nod A da a a sinta, or tuMrrsa K A Mintn. Aat OetVl Tasaenr Afc'ciit, t c.ark aaW UL mij iiHi itirourr.it Sltl40MUI!:l(MnufiaJ It tTl laera minaT JUmi. iinmUly. frlrra KranfkU. Vna YUtj, lon luUiaittMt 4 tail Utmrt and JImc huNrrril f PrUlisst a, I.LIONlfanV. tiOLTT with '? arliacr "! I uaiia Uftn a in tatat W K Jt tt ift ufa'r corJ H. ORIKH ABON8.M. Da. .Atlanta, Ga, rtaa ru e'r irl StjGRTHERN FACiFIC. SlLOW PRICE RAILROAD UHDS & FREE GovernmenttMtaa.j4a LANDS. rHII,llMtM A NIt w lrllMC I atanilri,ritt of Amrnra, a4nM,attf 9tmm, v. DUNHAM, Wayne, Illinois. ajPtlB. ' SEfet) FQH U CHAS. t Jk: ' a h rs aMr4arnf aatui ml !.- flH n. ORNT B. UNBORN, 'asftrar.'K fmm mmTm HB. AoJf. lonar, INN, mMjSiSiSi aarSlJaL I Slh hi.M.fciMTirinn . .kl . . k Tt5l-S3 VTj ! t.Wk. I OiU-M- uwt U'mx IORK-- Mf IMUI-bte- am ntbr lfarjr j a chance of air Is not dealrablo nn exict property jtoos to an WAQON lir. a L SCALES, ' 'f 1 My family for tho last twoiro years havo Tonot a I'iustcrji, brcn uslnf? Allc-k-k'- s utalrrfudy cfilco-cionod havo found them In coughs, colds and pains la tho side mid back. About ton Years aro I was thrown from a wagon and badly bruiMnl. In tbreo days cjcSpcakor of the Assembly of the State of New York. 6tatv or New York, AMcvar t Ot lamin, I AtDAHT, Apnlia, IV. I AVhn Wrlnklfa sarn Ui llrnwt An tho kvka crtw arant aod In rlrmitiaof at;oottim on atuuv To rrtAi attd umcUorato Uhmo la ono of the efferU of lIoat4tr'a H torn 24 h Ibttcra. n nmJirm to vrhavb lh OffM and Infirm t MHKrt u4aa.ifn aad luvlKoranU I eountorncta a temlenr to rbeutnaUm nn-nouralana, lroprornt dtcatiou. rvcUnoa btliouanra. and overromea ma!ari bolore retmutf proinotca a.uuw bor. I '' MlAllSrcVU m. ) a teni it s. ta. i n ..a.fta awJUKSm raaaataayaiaa. . i r k tosjjrgjs: ma n . loa (r.nuaoa-- S60 Tr I.Mf, t4Ml aH.ot SM w mi a a.a i Mtl FRt ,k lliUl-.a L Fm - hi k a kk.tl fUm I Uk. Mtt.i ia w 4 IHM.M. , A I. wfno-aTlaa- a iaJiriiaf !.) t"H., "llaia m141, A Mgu.ia, ffwNk bw ri. SafB fill t SB I GRIND s?"1 iJrKaim Tfmatba t !!. 'laVRryffi f ltUl). iron-mak- theso platters entirely romored the tMdn and sorenoix. Twice they bare rurcd nw of severe colds which thrcitoaM pulmonary troubla Thoy also cured ray son of rheumatism In tho shoulder, from which ho bod tufforcd two years, James ir. Hrmp, Is always anretocomo Thr arouudladue tlmo toovery inaa ffvafon Iht It uiully woard. UMda Wses a Tfisiel cts a hole ! in uiakea It hut for thu ae vu it? br Ely's Cream Balm What If thla sort otthlnirkeepaon t her mil hi a notv L'lrlnt; awar houaea and lota aooo. learn that U. Jennlnira Ietnoret runs an immcniMj ar.d 3r2l Ittrn ilAHufictcrr, What non dooa not aU a afngla iattern. tenant .Not nt all! Tbejr aro all frmw air.ijr totue imrchaarra und aubacritvra to that wonderful Paxuilr Monthly V.mU Magoxmo $fm . f'f UtAtttrn:1r frvm tKUttt luffvrnf ww.w In uwuuj WcjVrt.wii.:5M:.iiris:a,V: .nana fan farts t..ftMn . Wma4 r. in rrn ifMrilfrtf.f.rr,Hlfci irjlUauU rut talbrif lt uw la ranlvrataaab r a 4 ' IhA f roulami an order entltlint; thn bolder to any laittern they manufacture. Wo do not ace. how they can Yot'Na xicxwho neM buslneas rxperl-ne- uITunl It, for their elitlons aro immrnao, and at tho samu Umo to Incrmso their nnd itaoemalncrHlibl that rach Mugiulnr roan on hand, wilt find It ffroaUy U tholr Incopy . H(nd Un rnta for terest to confer with li. K. Johnson &Cu., an order for a patternaample iroul lonUlna . vs cn..).. ...!. a tA tvorta wtai? km T, tUchmond, Va. rents, Tin wulrrrtalnly hurt T !.u. n.l -a- f-. 7. 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