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SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ILL HEADS, INVITATIOK3, GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tho Oldest Nowspapor - In Westorn Frico of Subscription, CURRENT TOPICa lOMpoit roal-be- 51.50. 4 ESTABLISH K) AWFUL FD8ILADB. Dtillfl 1850, lQKMANt FULTON COUNTY, WEST VHIOINIA. OUJt NAVY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1888. BUSINESS OnASIL COR-Btruc- tor Jf JfT VOL. you ETC., ETC !NQ. wm 7." Call txxX Soo XJjs. li believed to I built over U rapidly d treating. Tub birth rat In Krone Itnn. I.ocxwoot say tb will nevr run for President galn. Tur cost of the Hteux City (In.) corn Th Woman's Pros Club of Cincinnati hat thirteen me mberi. Yotmrt alligator have become numerous ear Katontown, N.J. Coronm men are drivers and conductor oil Havannah (da.) street ran. Tlix Nun of Kenmara denies the rumor rbat ih hat become a Protestant Tug man who first suggested Harrison ror Piesldent Is got rip numerous. I'Uffiituin, lh Itntlth Columbia coal lng, hai an Income o( $3,OW a day. Tim Japanese army Is now 1W,000 strong. It will be UW. Otf) before Ion Tit entire, front of on of tli hank at lllwrsld, CaL, If comtructfMl of onyx. Tux oU htat House at New Haven, Ct, 1 of Flro, Shoata of narrjo and Stronko of Llffhtnlng Scattered UtlitartllngUlieralltimonc the HlxehiR tif a HwedUh Ship Hliltn nt Sea. Nxw Yonx, Nor. 8we,h ship IMward, loading with lion ore.airlred to day from Hav and a rernaikab.t ttory It told by the officer and crew of a halr railing encounter wltti an eWctrlcal ttorxn. Ihecaptalu tnrt "The weather h. l lnn dirty and ugly. At ha1f-pthree In the tnrnlng the men wcro tracltg tlivmaln yardt when their work wai Interrupted by a loud crash of thunder and an explosion which tounded to ke the report of a thoutand cannon. The lightning ttruck the main rigging directly over the men, and at the a uau oi lire, just Ilkeaahrjl, tmMnont UMilvl about UiiS A Htv vxjffwm Hrti ed In t ery direction. It Jtvilinth falling of start. For milet arouol th ea wat Mlumlnated, and every cortl In pur rigging ihoue like ttiaudt of tllvrr. Tho RTh 1l V V ftHMBMiJH9' iarS9sZ:BT'Sn3Zfc?SABff ' v OW Magistrate rral Grant Tb IVi.Un Yang Dixm-yth nw world. ML tb people peacefully In on ilay it it propose in loklu, Japan, to rct a larg monument to lb memory of (Ja amuo-u-of Wtt jyi' pterrs Aa.c-ka.s-s The nesult for Clnvernnr Depends on the Jlelurns frnm SlrDuwell and Wyoming Counties, Wiixxmko, W, Va., Nor. H.The fairest expression probably yet heard on tbe subject of tha result of ttm Ulate election was uttered by Judge Fleming, Democratic cnndldate for Governor, nt (Irafton Bald "The rota on (lovernor wilt be exceedingly close too close for comfort. The result depend almost entirely ou the returns from McDowell and Wyoming Count leu If tho majorities there ar what tho Democratic committee claims from unofllclal sources I will be elected by about 100 majority, but If, on tbe contrary, tho returns prove to be what the Itepubllcant estimate, (loff will ls e'ect'd by a small majoilty " The Judge teemed rather to expect the returns wilt confirm the llepubllcait estimate. tt'AfwixaTOY, Nor. 14 T. H. Itiley, Chairman uf the Democratic Htato of Went Virginia, hat aont the following dispatch to the Vot: Annutil Roport of tho Ohlof of tho Navy. ht Com-mltt- M'JttW. mi I' f brilliancy was but momentary ant ua weie left In darkness. In less tsan Dve minutes, and Uforo ue had fecoicrpd from Iho iliCKk of theprevlout tKamth Mna, Hawaii llOBiiON,the lloiton poiser terrible flash of lightning foljjweu by oner, had her imttncf commuted to an exploihm of another of 1refieitt for life. No mattkr bow much a caudliUt may us tcurr)lng In every dlrcstt.on for Wo Here alt tleroujhly Itch for office, hedoesn't til to bo scratch-do- n shelter. filghtened, Th new rould net do my election day. Tue first woman to be elected to a ichocl work. Hut our fears and astop shmnt 1 to be still further lirvad tnittrvthlp In New Hamptblr li tb wlf war destlfie Juttai we wer getting on our ftetoriln or u. h. r5ntoriUaIr. IT ! said that a lad of twelve and a man and thanking Oik! that we had escaped with lair lr fMt seven Incite In tietght play In tho dlapUy. Inn, thrre was another thrt rg I wat stamllug onthnf)iiai r MAAit band at KaitmanviltOllcn, deck and the men were about to again atJack Unow.r, a engineer on tempt to lrace the Hit ld y, Ih Michigan Central road. Is its lltlng and w ith a terrible sound, a flash of li, Imaga of the Ut General Hhcrtdan. ilgK r. rlehtalove the main ItMHtkM gas-tomine eiplotlont tb builnett of using and out of It we rruld see another ball of flro playing almre (he rigging up human livas i tunning on dnnhhaturn. the starUrd tide, right over to the Mil MtHm hai rlectnd toCengtv-- a th from th Klrst DUtrict of Maryland In port side. It, too, exploded, tot a none ami acaiiering of na i t g plt of hit nam li had a clear majority. fragments which tunk the prevj u riei Tiik 17. Marshal In New York aayt that alaty ler cent of th countrrfeltluK Into comparativ Insignificance, j I vat dared, and when 1 teonvered t;bt and don in tnit country ta tn nori o Itnl arnse not one of my men wai on 3Jt Unt Houcrt J. Ilt'nDtTTB declarei that, Hie whole crew wat pruttrale, auli t about on top of earh nth if, me though h wrltei continually for the Hun day paper, h hat not read on for four crying with fear ond others stret'bei on their back at though tbey hai Uen struck dead. At toon a the crw at 1). C KniNCil It mnklni amarbl itatu of Lewlt Cait, to ! tren to tb Nation able to get around, I made a thorough by 3lloblcan and placet In th Capitol In aminatlon of the vetel and rlggnr It was not Injured In the least and th m Waiblnctun. A TAin id Jan mad orlclnally for Queen no ilgtii whatever of the awful fuidaia," Victoria at a cott of M1.UO, wer told at Mlasi Shut D3wi. auction th other day in Iiw Ycrk for lTTstrsc?. !a . ' l At The wife of a mrr named Du fort, at Ingot river coal operators this after oa Matiancbe. Qf hnt given Mrtb to her It wat unanimously decided t bat thtitUth child, bb ha Wn married down all the mine along the Mononga eta rirer fur an indefinite period. Tun will twntyonyrar. A Milwavxki: woman earnt a llrlng throw out of employment seven tfaound tavhtng h (am i.f nhitL It I daluid miners, betides all thi rivrr men tags(ed that the It on of the mod brilliant play In taking coal dou n the rlvs r and tho me latiorers. The oHratort tty the tliut-- wn rrt In th country. Okly tvven TretliUnta of th Unltd will m for two inontht at leait. lay claim that they can not sell coal to a Hut havt r ro1clvt Th Washington, JclTerton, Mmtlion, Monro, tag now, a the market Is iiverMfkel. and coal Is selling fir five cents a 'ushel, Jackton, I .In coin and (Irnnt rtTatriKD vtooil hat found In large the lowest for many years. iiuantttlet in tb llootac mountatm, noar Tb ipecl-ineMormon Recruits from Alabama, rinto, Kureka County, are oak and ptlcb plns MoxTOOMKftr. Ai.a., Nov. 10. a ttame. Tim Trlnceof Wn'n hat greatly Is prov.ng a profitable field for th- - misIntorrttrd In California Hlnrt. Ho taya sionary just now. Thirty convert In they hate the pltiuonoy and flavor of the charge of a Murmon elder passed tur'Uigh most original country on earth. here nil coming from this Mm. Martha HTmcKUAtis th nrt Moat of them were women. not a woman lawyer to appar befor lb Ku few llngchlldten, all ticketed forliah. rrua Court of Michigan, did to recently A carload went from North Alabama tea to argue a motion In a divorce iuIL days ago, and a big gang went from 2cr.TaM0iTii, N. H., hat an Interettlng Houth Alabama a week ago. rllc of dayt gone by In tb ahapeof a Jury tox f.w(4 which the naraei of juror ha vo Scourged By DIpMhirU. len drawn In that city tine 17!A WaTXKLoo, Ia., Not. 10. Two more Tim election paiaed off peacefully, and alxty million of peopele go amoothty and deaths from diphtheria were reported happily about tbvlr butlnei. TMi la a Haturday. Khi deaths haTt resulteJ so far. The town ofllclals have Issud a Hiiat country. Had Met America. y quarantine proclamation closing Tim only cne of the defeated Tretldcn all the school, churches and tlal candidate who aenda greeting to the and ordering that all irons tuccettful candidate It Ilelva Ijockwood dylrg of the disease be lurlel within Kh up her defeat and thake hand w trtrnty fear hours. vt Ith th victor. iruxiKEitand ttrn'tKni atr ttt nmnfiut Family Poisoned by thi Cook. a pair of clergymen In charg of an Kng RiMMxnrmt.n, lUh church. lock Key ware long famlU Ai.a., Wot lar nan over tbw dovr of a hardware family of William Morgan, a white cittten and farmer, were oloned lorn In I.nulcvltln, Ky. All Tim building fTcr continue in Jeruta nt Uk and ar.mo of thorn may d.e They Irrn, a corretpondent ay and many ate food for dinner prepared by a negro ttately churchet and other bulldlngt have terrant The food hat not yet leen an gone up on Mount Zlon, on the Mount of alyred. The negro wat arrrstet, Ollret and In nn was jailed. The family numDilDavio HoxTxrrxn.of ritttburgh.who bered six. In New York City m fcr dny dlet , Only Eight New Cases. If ft a fortune of from $10,0)0,00 to tl Ol,(W0. Ill life Insurance alon amount Jackohvim.k, Fla.,Mot. to more than of a million. enl Mitchell has just Issue! Ihef dtowlne OUT of f'OOmen dltchargeil from Jollet o flic a I bulletin for the ttteuty-fju- r hours prU&n ir.d trpt tract fcr two yeara, ending six o'clock this evening Sew over three hundred have been returned to caaes,Hi dentht, 4; total nunderof caset to date, 1,021; total number of deatht to the prison again, and not over onebundred and twenty of tbewnole lot were clear of date, ivl suspicion or surveillance. WiylalJ and Kllltd For Three DoMars. lUnnx.Tsny c.f tho leans nisds by a Chit Wii.KrHMAHiir, nete tank go above $100, while most of 1a., Nor. them are for leit than 20. A native who Ixirvuckl and Mike Kllarlck were arrested larrowa of a lank mutt give security for here tonight charged with tho murder of five timet th loan, and alto agreea to lot a Hungarian named Iterte Kasrck noar HasletPii last nlghL Tbe victim was murhat head If he can't pay up. Timim U a mine near XadvIIIe Into dered for threo dollars that be fud on bit which women are never admitted. If a person. woman were permitted to nlrtht mine Qratly Indorsed for U. S. Senator, every last man on the premWe would quit Auquata.Qa., Nov. l' A meeting of work. The mine baa had an accident for every woman who hat vltlted It cltttens IntheOrnndUpera-bous- e tonlgbt (irndy for the V, H. Tmr United Htatet It belted by over Indortod Henry three thouiand mile of telegraph wlret. Senate against Heuator Alfred CMqultU It took, but twenty-fou- r hour In ISt8 t beforo the election comes cIT aettleand circulate the election of Benja- the Georgia legislature. min Harrison In thirty-eigh- t fitntcx, and Betmonl's Commission Signal by over 11,000,000 vote. It took nearly a month to find out that hi grandfather had Wabiii.notov, Nov. 1I. The president Imen eltcted President of the twenty-Ar- e signed Mr. Tviry lWlmont't comHtatea and of lets than 3,000,000 voters In mission as Minister to Spalu, and sent It 1M0. to the State Department. A DnooKLYff man Intends to ttart a (oat ITo was u now conductor on bU farm, which be thlnkt will bring him first trip. As tbo cur pnescd the cor$10 W per day. He will stock It with 74 young goats, and at th ordinary goat will give ner u hnndpomely drowsed woman noddetl bor boml graciously. three pints of milk a day, he calculate upon 90 quarts per day at 12 to IS cent a Tbo now conductor tipped bU hat with quart tbo utmost polttonods, and turning to rt According to Herr X.eonhardt, a Oer panaengor on tbo platform, aldt man engineer, thn number of locomotive " How'a that for a mash, ohP" Sho In use on (lerinan railroads was 13,450 In wanted you to stop tbo enr," ropUod the year 1SKVS4, tho nverage ag balng tho passongor. "lrgosb," oxclalmod 12.40 year. Fifty engines built prevloua tho now conductor. "I novor thought to the year lKiOweie still In use at tho date referred to, the oldest of which dated from of that It may turn out a suiwh of a mash." Kjwch. 1615. Tim Hunsbln Mission of Fhlladotpbta General Wolfo, ovorhoarlng ft proposes to form a ttock company, with a young ofllcor say, In a vory fuulllar capital of $60,000, In at many shares, and mnnnor. Wolfo and I drank a bottlo with It buy or build a house In which com ! think petent teachers shall carefully train ser- of wlno togothor," ropllodt vants Into lllclency and out of tho foollth you might nay (lonoral Wolfo." "No," Idea that housework U replied tho eubaltorn, with happy proa and degrading. onooof mind, "did you ovor bear of Hteyk IlnoMK hai beaten th record by Gonoral AcblUos or Gonoral OeearP" bridge jumping from tho Fougbkvepit In a railway carriage- .- An old Into the Hudson river. The distance from tho floor of the bridge to the water Is Bold lor, noticing that hi pipo troubled M feet. Hteve made $300 by taking nlady, said tohon 4Thoy dor t umoko the leap In which he received no great In your teglmont, ma'amP11 "In my injury. He says, however, that h It regiment, it l poBslble," repllod tho lot disposed tot ry bridge jumping lady; 'but In my company, ncvotV train, i.in.- - fzr !x which rnrant adwvllvr uf ccrUlscd to trsrrsst the ssneusctsrst ef the election of Judge A D. Fleming, the Democratic candidate for Governor, by a small but sure majority. The rest of the Ktate tlrket la e rcted by larger majorl-liTho will .Ui.d on Joint ballot tff Democrats, 41 Itepubllcant and 1 Lalr-lrulo- n ludepeudsnt. e. are sufilcjently - as- - Vreaent Mrensth and Condition of Oar Maritime Torre. WaninvKiTOit IJuV It Chief Conttruc tnr of the Navy Theodore D. Wllstn hat submitted to Secretary Whitney bis annual report of tho operation of hit bureau dur Ing the last fiscal j ear. It shows that the sum of M,3I9 was expended In the re pair of ship, purchase of tools, etc. Tha payments made on account of vessel building under contract up to October .11 last aggregate $3,2(tt,lM. Tbe present strength of the navy and condition of th vctsela are stated at follow: Five double turrcted monitor awaiting completion; two lilted cruiser, preparing ways thirteen monitors Inordinary; twenty-thre- e unarmored ateel and Iron which are In commissi rotsel, four of eleven building, two rupal 'JakWioa atvt one Hi rtfctary wooden tteam resselt, nearly all OlC ttngto-turreted f tics crusdergcirj repair;, clrn Jron ahjjl wooden steam tugboat. The esti?9M 432, wbllo tbo appropriation 7Kiiuif llt HORniDLBiuMJ'ooisrFEBSED. Tell Hon Jotm An- deranu tVas Ilnlrhereil. OwxaiioRO, Kr., Nor. 1, Abe and Henry Itusher, arrested In Hancock County forth iiiuiderf A&ddifton. hard confessed their crime, Anderson, who wat a farmer, went toChaa Hmlth'a house for the purpose of buying hit farm, sotbat Hmltb, whota character was Itad, should leave the neighborhood. Smith, who understood the cause of Anderson's proosalt lecanie Incensed and threatened him. Anderson started to leave the bouse, when one of the Itusher boys knotted him down. Hettaggrred to hi feet, when th other Itusher stat Im1 him lu the lirtk with a dirk, killing him Instantly. Anderson fell out tho door, and rJmllh'a daughter, Miss Atvls Holder, grabbed a butcher knife and stabbed the prostrate man through tbe heart. When night cam th body wat mutilated so that It could not be recognised, and hidden In a hole near by. Whtu Anderson wat missed the Smiths and Ittishert were arrested under suspicion, and held till tbo body was found. There was no positive evidence against them until tho confession, which wat mad late yea;erday. The jail at Hawesrllle It now guarded, as there Is danger of a mob. well-to-d- o The ltulier Ilrntliert main-yard- s. ut b-- Ifu a ft. jrar. - JfDU.fAi'OLiH, I no., Nov, If?. The most hit-tr- y tf. daring entering g in the criminal of tho city came last night, l the ticket cfllco of the corner Illinois and Washington streets, and plundering the safe of joOO, No ticket were taken. The oftice I on the ground floor, frontiugfie Hotel Ilites, and the corner Is never free of parser, day or uIrIiI, which the a'pire la closely patiolleil by loth Metroivolitan and special e, thlr mates for the next fiscal year aggregate for the current fiscal year were f wai?. In addition to tU. cst!ir.fitcs t2MQtQ3) will ba required to meet payments on account of hulls and outfits of new ships, but tblt sum bat already len appropriated. Tbe bureau Imme recommend tho diate construction of experimental to works, cost $00,000, for use in tbe deteimfnatlon of the resistance and other qualities of ships by means of biudelN, holding that the teiUwllt beef permanent value In dotfgnlng vessels and In anatyxlng tho results of ships trials. Tbe report states that the old sloopof-wa- r Hartford can be repaired for $170,030, and would be valuable for service as a cruiser for several years. He adds that her past record at Admiral Farragut't flg-hlvictorious In tiattla both over and forts, not only endear her to the American people, but when she hat outlived her usefulness ne a cruiser the should to preserved as a rocelvlngsblp as a monument of her past achievement. Tools are now being dollvered to tho New Voik and Norfolk Yards, and the chief constructor taya that we shall toon be In possession of two yards well equipped for building steel and iron vessels of war of every sle and type. Of the Mare Island (Cal.) )ard ho says that, being tbe only ono on tho Pacific coast. It Is now fitted with a complete outfit of modern tools. Tho climate Is such that It It perfectly practicable to conduct without the shelter of ship. houses, which arc cxpcntlve, both in first cott and repairs, and do not favor rapidity of construction or excellence of workmanship on account of the darkness. high-spee- d Irou-clnthlp-bulldlg ln l'it Kllce. - . -- Tht MajHei Trouble. Nxw Ont.xAN, Nov. 18. The Drltlsh lrn Sr y, mMgh-Itorbo- Inlffl-rtltel- ont t 19.-T- d, Ootb-einan- c. 1 one-thir- d I d IP.-J- ako steamship Texan reached her w barf yesterday, four and a half daya from Tort au Entrapped Himself. IV nctv The I. H. ntvamer lloston bad arWaraar, Wir, Nov. la Ernest linrived and made a demand for the surrender of thetteamerllavtloiillepubllc.whlch ger, a hunter from Milwaukee, last night had been under seirure by the legitimate arranged a gun for tleor. (letting lost in faction. The demind was n I Knit to Inj ac the woods he ran Into bit own trap and received tbe whole charge In the thigh. Ha y ceded to when the Toxan left there. thing was quiet when thn Texan was fouud this morning unconscious by a parly uf eearcbers After being shot he sailed, but more trouble wat aniiwpated. dragged himself to his gun and fired alg CarthquiVo In California. nalt for help through the night. Hit re fix FnAXCiwco, Cal., Nor, K A shock covery is doubtful. of earthquake that was sharp enough to cause many people In tho hotels and priAlarming. vate houses to run out Into the streets Deruv, Nor. 10. The Berlin JW taytt was fIt here this afternooon. The direc"The Increase of France1 military forces tion wat northweat to southeast, duration rings ut nearer to w ar. This Increase it say the telng made at a rate with which tho pence tu seconds. Telegram shock waa felt throughout Central Calipower are scarcely ablo to keep pace. fornia. The tamo remark may be applied to Hut tla, the Increase of whose military Family Tnsr. strength can not be explained at a defenDavis, HockVlLLr, Ml), Nov, 18,-twtnty-thre- e years of age residing near sive measure,1' . Damascus, this county, on Thursday afPottmfjtrou and Brother Arrested. ternoon, while hit mother was tick In led, WiLKr.sHAiuir, Fa , Nov, 10. Martha K. walked out uf the house and committed Hunter, postmistress nt Darksvllle, this suicide by shouting himself. His mother county, and her brother, P. It Hunter, were w as nt once advised of the fact, and lived e Inby U. 8. arretted but a few moments after being Informed. spector For in (in, charged with attempting Insanity is hereditary In the Dtvlt family. to defraud the Government inthe cancellation of fctampf. They w ere belt! In $4,000 ball Scourged by Diphtheria. each for trial by IT. H. Commissioner Hahn Wahaah. Ian.. Nov. 18. Thero la a seri ous epidemic of diphtheria rasing In this j The Company Makes II Good. city, and already over a dozen deaths have New Yohx, Nov. 10. The Adams occurred within a comparatively short Company paid, yesterday, to tl"l" 'lh nirir U confined uhull to children w bote ages havo ranged from one Treasurer Hyatt, who was in the city, tMOO, llug tho amount due which was n ftr ret ten yrtirt, Krery case hm lost LctweenNew Orleant and Washingsisted treatment and proved fntnl, the patient dying lit two or three dayt. ton from a shipment of $12,003,000 In silver when shot was substituted for the stolon TcnnmeVs Vote. money. 18, The Nahuvimk. Texw., Nor. Official BulTclln." from all the counties In Teunesset show thso flgurest Cleveland, IpP.OTU; Jackonvimk riA2iuv. 1& Fretldent Harrison, 13H,Wlfi; risk, 6,X, Stieeter, 48. Neat Mitchell hai just Usual tbafollowlnx cfilctal tnlletla for tha Ivreity-fcu- r hcan plurality, lO.SPIt Cleveland' IJ M7 For (lovernor Ta lor (Domocrat), ending six o'clook this ereulngiNewcat!, (Ucpubllcan), 139,011; Ifti total number of casei to data, VKC Hawkins VVv1, total number of deatui to date, 00. Johnson (Prohibitionist), 0,811; Taylor's plurality, IT.pJ; majorlt), 1,179. There were no deaths Kv-er1 y Fost-olllcEx-pi- c- Cxprott. Nov. 10. Tbe Fort Wayne and Chicago Ilallroad Company wilt put on a new fast express h train nextttunday, which will leve nt 8 a. m., and arrive at Chicago at 0 45 p. m. Iho train Is to carry nothing but express matter. The object It to hav all of the express matter that straggled on the different passenger tralna put on on train and bare It ntit through So ChrgO In unusually short time. New Fast Fittskciioii, Va Fitts-burg- FltU-burg- iujult, Tha Yellow Hague. Jackiotnllle. JACKeosviM.st, Fia., Nov, 18. President Nenl Mitthvlt has just Usuod tho following olllclal bulletin for the tweuty-fou- r hour ending six o'clock this evening: Now enact, 17 death, 1; total number of cases to date, 4,013; total number of deatht to dat,3ti. Deutli Louis Hulbaner, South Oio Dead, the Other Dying. y SUbbcdloTh Heart. Kansas City, Mo, Nov. 18. (leorgo Jnkely, a Misaourt Faclfic trnckman, was set upon In the Kant llottoms at half-patwo this morning and stubbed tothobearb Joel I toy d and his brother and two other rufllans hae boon arrettel, Kllltd by a Sheriff's Poste. Nov. 18- .- Friday night the sberllT'a posso surrounded tbe house In IUyov Sana, La., Nov. 10. Van Mat thow ami J, 11. Woodruu, of Potato Coupe Farlah, had a fight yesterday morning at New Hoadt over a land purchase, Matthews wat killed and Woodruff. Is d)ing. Doth were well fcnovsu citizens. Wooitrult leaves n oung wife and two children Mult how a Ieae ajoutig wlfo. Minister to Spain Appolnlel Nkw Yohk. Nov. 10. Congressman appointed United XVrry Delmont has U-cHtates Minltterto Wpaln. Ho tent a letter mail, acceptto the President by ing the position. Nkw Autograph Fiends' Chance. 10. Fursuant to a call by Mrs. drover Cleveland, protldent of tho Kastern Association of Wells College, n meeting was recently hell In this city, with a tlew of dovUlng ways and means for tailing a fund to aid In the erection of new buildings to replace those of tho Well Collego recently dostroj ed by lire, Mrs, Cleveland hat consented to receive subscriptions, and agrees to acknowledge with her own hand the receipt of nil remittances, no matter how small the amount may bo. (Iitims, (la., Yohk, Nov. which the fugitive murderer, Oscar Car had taken refuge, Carmlcbael attemptod to escapo from the building Into the woods near by, but was shot to death by the ofllcors. The crime for which Carmlchaol una wanted wat themurderof hit guard, N. J, (Iresham, whom he killed by striking him on tbe temple w Ith a sharp stone. Cai ink Imol was In the poultonttary for a murder which he had committed the j ear ago. michaol, Killed While Hunting, Km noun, lKn,, Nov, 18. 1 rank 3Ic)on- aid, ton of John McDonald, superintend ent of the Heymour nlack Ktnve Compnny, ltrldgcw titer (las Company yestordiy Virwat Instantly killed yesterday, white struck oil opposite this city In Weit barhunting duds on White river, two miles ginia Tho first repoit was soventy shows a ll w from here, by the accidental discharge of rels per day. A test I of a bis gun. loung McDonald wat twonty- - of two hundred barrels. Iho oil s quality. three years old. y first-clas- Hast I.n mrooh, Struck 011. O , Nov. li Tho Maine Don't Want a Position. KiriiuoM) Va, Nov, 18. It has leaked out lure that Hon, JniuotO, Hiatus a frlond of his lu has written a Utti-rtlllchmond, In which ho taya he doet not w nnt a Cabinet posit on under tbo of (Jcurral Harrltou, to-dndiutu-titration ratal Political Row. 10. following a Hepubllcan jolllllcatiou la t night, Captain Kidney Hall, one of the pninders, wna shot dead HI at nllant wut Hlchaid Ortens. n memler of the local polloo force. Caumnmilk, iMf Nov. -- Iii a row w Rev. T. DeWItt Talmage, D. D., took for "rfee f resflhsft: of Hjo'lorjl, anddonot hit texti 'Unto one ho gave fire talents, KV B COSSBBBBBf SI ylngi "I would like to to anothor two and to another one to be.tbefflPm stono or the can stone." man according to hi several ability." Letts pkVte) trj place where God In- tends uSJB d be satisfied with the Matthew xxr., 13. lie said t Many of tho parables of Jetus Christ posltfoeug client may le In personal N. C, Nor. lft. Business Is a standstill In this city, because of were more graphic In tho times In which apneaI raawt w.iaient may be in large word y etjisrt Ho lived than they are now, becauso cirt)e" Huref- at Durham, N, a, rtaUnt may btia nigh ouai MVetLyour talent may be In a In Tfatflaaaterhaa astonished tbe business cumstances., hare so much changed. olden llui-when a man wanted to wreak swift I fsjasr ifau ent tongue;, but what . Only one concern here ap SSSSJI -- -. Si pears So have had anticipation of the a grudge upon hit neighbor, after the ivi fBJJ' It ha been given only .dMtr; This wa th Cltlxent' National farmer had scattered the seed wheat over fn iilllllsssaftr practical use. Yon some . JLK hi m?xne community 01 ago .riAsMik two weekBank of withdrew tb field and wa expecting the harvest, Hsliil ! tsssliiisssl Ml h a no talent at ail," Durtttun, arenger woulu o across the taajj from the .with a sackful of y twrWfi KatlofiaU- scattering thai seed all over teWTi an' L wrents. rTTTSJt-- v h undredhavo a hundred he'll eld, talent mar be bat place. It Is feared that busi ness Interests In Italelgh may b affected of cnurs It would sprout up and spoil the hown In tbMterW endurance. Poverty comet and be emtuf it; persecution wnoio crop j and It was to that Cbrlst re. fc endure, ilsaicxnes ferred In tho parable w hen he spoke of tbe comet A Too Ardent Lover. taros being sown among the wheat. In and he endures It DeforeXfn and angels IVaterux), Ia., Nov. 10. Hawleyvlll, this land our farms are fenced off, and tbe he Is a specimen of CbrlstlanKtlence, and Fas County, It In a high ttate of excitewolves have been driven to the mountains, he Is really Illustrating thepower of ment over tb determined attempt at murChrist's Gospel, and Is doing as m?ch for and we can not fully undorstand tbe meander and suicide by a disappointed lover, ing of tho parable In regaid U tho churci, acd more fcr the churctthan Stephen Franks. Franks sought the hand the shepherd and the lost theep. Dut the many more positively active. If you hve of Miss Carrie Love, and she accepted htm, parable from which I speak Is one tale nt, use that; If you have ten taU, refused his additional request for a founded on something we alt understand. ents, use them, satisfied with the fact that but speedy marriage. Ue called on the young It It built on money, and that meant the we all fcive different qualifications, and lady Tuesday night and once more vainly tamo In Jerusalem at In New York. It that the Lord decides whether we shall urged her to content to a speedy union. means the tame to the serf at to the Czar, have one or whether we shall have ten. Enroled at her refusal, Franks drew a re and to the Chinese coollo at to the Emperor. I learn from this parable that the grace Tolvtr and fired at his fiance twice, tbe Whether It Is made out of bono or brass, or of God was Intended to be accumulative. last Ishot taking effect, tihe fell, and Iron or copper, or gold or silver. It speaks When God p'anta an acorn He menns an Franks, believing ho had killed her, shot all language without a etammar. The oak, and when he plants a small amount of hlmi If. Nelthor Is considered fatally parable of the text run In this wlsei The grace In the heart He Intends it to be woun led. owner of a large estate was alout toleavo growthful and enlargo until It overshadhome, and bo had tomo money that ho ows the whole nature. There are parents A Wretch Lynched. wished so ho called who, at tb birth of each child, lay aside a DoiAt DSOKVILLE, La., Nov, IB. On together properly Invested, and certain! amount of money. Investing it, hit servants, and said: Tuesday afternoon on a plantation near "I am going away now, and I wish you expecting by accumulation and compound tbla fiwn a negro seized an eleven-yea- r would tnko (hit money and put It to the Interest, that by the time the child shall old oil dt of retpectablo parents, who at ery best possible use, and when I come come to mid. life this small amount of the tjmc wat playing with her younger back To ore money will be a fortune, show Ing me return slttert. Flourishing a knife he took her man ho gave to$9,4001 tho Interest he gave how a small of amount money to others Into k cane fiold. The screams of the younger children brought a number of lesser turn of money; to tho least he gavo will roll up Into a vast accumulation. Well, He left homo and wat gono for God sets aside a certain amount of grace plantation hands to the spot and the $!,$. cars, ond then returned. On hit ar for each one of his spiritual children at wretch wat caught. He was taken to lival he wat anxious to know about hit his birth, and It Is to go on and, as by Jftll,but to great wai the indignation that worldly afTnlra, and he called hi servants compound Interest, accumulate until it about two hundred persons attacked and together to report to him. roe shall become an eternal fortune. Can It overyowcred the jailer at night and took know," tnld he, "wbntyou havo "Let do- be possible been that you have been acquainted tht prisoner out and hanged him. ing with my property tlncel have been with the Lord Jesus for ten, twengone." The man who bad received the ty, thirty years, and that you do The International Wedding. j $9,400 came up and ald t "1 Invested that not love Him more now than you ever WisniNQTO.'v, Nov. 15. The money. I got good interest for It I have did before? Can It Iw possible that you International nuptials havo occurred, and Mist Mary Kndlcott, only In other ways rightly employed It; and have been cultured In the Lord's vineyard daughter of Secretary Kndlcott, and Hon. here are (18,800; You see I have doubled and that Cbiut finds ou you nothing but what you gave me." Thntf very good," sour grapes? You may depend upon It, If Joseph Chatnbrlnin, ! I'i ' Wrmlng-baEngland, have been pronounced to said tbe ow nor of the estnte;that's grandly you do not use tbe talent that Owl gave you It will dwindle. done. I admlro your faithfulness and InThe rill that breaka dsy man and wife. Many dlttlngulshod 1 shall reward you. Well done; from tbe will either widen Into a person, witnessed the ceremony. The dustry hsppyc ouple left on the four o'clock train well done." O!hor seivanti came up with river or dry tp. The brightest day ttarted The strongest ChrisAfter a while I In tbo dim twilight for the North, destination unknown. Tbey smaller accumulations. wilt nturn to Washington before sailing see a man dragging himself along, with tian man was once a weak Christian Take his head hanging. I know from tho way the one talent and raako It two; take five for Liverpool and their English homes. becomes In that ho lea lazy fellow. He and make them ten; take ten and mtke Another Papal Rescript comet up to the owner of the estate and them twenty. The graco of God wat InNov. IS. The Irish Illabops have says: "Here are those $1,8$0. Dublu, Whatl" tended to be vory accumulative. received another Papal rescript. It orders says tho owner of the p roport y, "haven't Again: 1 learn from the text that Inferthem to actively execute tho former rescript )ou made It accumulate any thing?" iority of gifts I no excuse for Indolence. vhlch instructs them to denounce th Flan "Nothing nothing." "Why, what have This roan, with tbe tmallett araou- - 0' pretence of Cwhftisn ami bpyootUnav. .It also or I vou boen about all these yearn?" "Oh. money, came fowling lrtra rnem to direct the priests to preach 1 Iasnrrnia'ibalU"! invested') ltmgfct .a f against citation and to forbid them to I somehow lose iu inere arw jrwr much at to fiari' "It you had given me $9, 400 would have brought I fI,N)." Many a man started out with take art In the boycotting and Flan of as well at lbs other man. You gave Campaign movements, which they must only a crown In hit pocket and achieved oppose with all tbe means In their power. a fort 11110, but tblt fellow of my text, with me only $l,c0, sad I hardly thought It w at worth wbllo touelt atalL So I hid It In (I,bS0, hat gained not one farthing. Yellow Fever Record. of contesting hit Indolence, be goes a napkin, and it produced no result It's Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 15. President to work to berato his matter, for Indolence because you dldt't give me enough." Dut Neal Mitchell hai just Isauel th following it most always Impudent and Impertinent Inferiority of fanltles Is no excuse for In official bulletin for the twenty-fou- r hours Of courte, ho loses bis place and Is dis- dolence, Let mi say to the roan who hat ending six o'clock this evening: New charged from tho service, Tbo owner the least qualifcatlous, by tho grace of cases, 16; deaths, 4; tottt number of cases who went out Into a far country it Jesus God he may be nade almost omnipotent to date, 4,5; total number of deatht to Christ going from earth to Heaven. The The merchant a hose cargoes come out date, 39ft. Deaths Joseph Goodrich and servants spoken of in the text are memfrom every Isltad of the sea, and w ho, by W, A. Miller, South Jacksonville; Emma bers of the church. Tho talents are our one stroke of the pen, can change tbe YaDce, Brooklyn, and Mary Berry, 130 different qualifications of usefulness given whole face of American commerce, has Wet Ocean street not so much power as you may have beIn different proportions to different people. Tho coming back of the owner la the foro God, In rim eat, faithful and conCeneral Miles Succeeds Howard. You say you have no I.n A.GEleh, Cal., Nov. 15. General Lord Jesus returning at the Judgment to tinuous pray faculty. Do ym not understand that vou Nelson A. Miles received formal notice make final settlement Tbe raising of somo of those men to bo rulers over Ave or might this afternoon go Into your place of from the War Department at Washington two cities it tho exaltation of the righteous prayer, and ktel before God, and bring last evening of his transfer to San Francisco, to take command of the Division of nt the last day, while the casting out of down upon jour soul, and the souls the-- ? who of otharj a blessing so vast that tbe Pacific; vice General O. O. Howard, tho Idler U tho expulsion cf all It would taks eternal ages to compute Who goes East to assumo command of the have mlslmproved their prlvllrges. Learn first from this subject that bo ltf "Oh'yossay, M haven't fleetnet Division of tbe Atlantic. General Miles states that there will be no change In hi coming a Christian it merely going out to of speech. I on't talk well. I can't utservice. If you have any romantic Idea ter what I watt to say." My brother, can staff. about becoming a Christian, I want now you not quouone passage of Hcrlpture? Passengers from Jacksonville. Then, take that one passage of Scripture; to scatter that romance. If you enter In Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 15. For the to tho Kingdom of God, it will be going carry It with tou everywhere; quote It unfirst time In nearly three months a train ln'o plulu, practical, honest, continuous, der all proper circumstances. With that load of passengers left here yesterday peraUteut Christian work. I know there one passage of Hcripture you may harvest a thousand souls for God. I am glal that many peopla who have fantasmorning fcr tho cities of the North via are t the chief work of the church In this day Is Macon, G a. Tbe passengers were locked tic and romantic notions about the ChrisIn tb car and not allowed to leave It until tian Hfo, but he who serves God with alt being douo by tbo men of one talent Once In a while, nbru a great furlirta Is to be tbey reached Macon. The party consists tho energies of body, mtnd and soul is a worthy servant, and ho who docs not Is taken, God will bring out a great field of seventeen porsons. an unworthy strvnnt. When the war piece and rake all with the fiery hall of A Missing Prl.ttcr. tiuuipvt .uuJ. all tho Lord's soldier HMtrueflo! Put common muskets do Tacoma, W. T., Nov. 15. F. 8. Simpson, must march, how ever deep tbe snow may niOHtof the bard fighting. It took only a young printer, lately arrived herefrom be, or however fearful tho od It against one Josnna, and the thousands of commuii Fresno, Cal., well recommended, obtained them. Under our Government we may troops under htm, toduvedown the walls a situation with the Northern Pacific Ex have Colonels, and Captains, nnd Generals of cities, and, under wrathful strokes, press Company, and Is missing with sevin time of peace; but In tbe Church of to make nations fly like sparks from eral valuable money packages, one con God there It no peace until the last great tbo anvil. It only took one Luther for Gertalnlng $10,000. lctory shall have been achieved. But I many, one Zwlnglius for Switrerland, one have to tell you that it it a voluntary ser- John ITuux for Scotland, cna Calvin fcr Seward Statue Unveiled al Auburn, N. Y. Auburn, N. Y Nov. 15. The ceremony vice. People are not brought Into t at France, and one John Wesley for Eng laves were draggod from Africa. A land. Dorcas as certainly had a mission of unveiling tbe Seward statue took place young man goes to nn artisan and sayst to serve as Paul has a mission to preach. In the presence of a large con'Sir, I w ant to learn your trade. I by this The two mites dropped by tho widow Into course of people, Including many disIndenture yield myself to your care and the poor-bo- x will be as much applauded tinguished guests from out of town, . ... servlco for tbo next four, flvo or seven a the endowment of a college, which gets Kilted a Do, Instead ol a Chicken. years. I want you to bo my master, and 1 a man's name into the ntm;apvr. The Cai no, 111., Nov. 15. David Kasky, at want to be your servant" Just ?, If we man who kindled the fire under tb burnt Dd-iIn- t, ahot at a chicken and come Into the Kingdom of God at all, we offering In the ancient temple had a duty the I all glancing tilled a little boy, Louis must come, saylug to Cbrlst "Do thou a Imperative a that of tb high priest In Woodward, seventy-liv- e yards away. my master. I take Thy service for time magnlrtcent robot, walking Into the holy and ftr eternity, I choose It" It Is a of holies 'onder the cloud of Jehovah's Woman Suffrage Defeated. voluntary service. There Is no drudgery presence.! Yes, the men with one talent Moxti'KLIkh, Vt., Nov. 15. In the House In It In our worldly callings are to sav the world, or It will never be of Representative this morning the bill sometimes our nerves get worn out and saved at alt Tho men with five or ten tal-egranting to women tbo right of suffrage our head aches, aud our physical faculties Is ar Urn pled Ut lull thlufly fur them-ehewas defeated by a voto of llM to 37. to build up their own great name, Ireak down; but In this servlco of the Iord Jetus the harder u man works the and work for their own aggrandizement Dakota Knocking at tho Door. d and In this audinothlug for tho alleviation of Wateutoww, Dak., Nov. 15 Governor betterw ho likes It, and a man ence ho ha been for forty years serving the world's woes. The cedar of Lebanon Mellette, of Dakota, has gone I'ast to con standing on tho mountain teem to hand fer with General Harrison about tho ad- Gol enjoys the employment better than down tbe storm out of tbe when ho first entered It Tbe grandest heavens to tbe mission of Dakota. honor that can ever ue bestowed upon you eartli, but It bears no fruit, while tome pear tree has ruoro fruit on Its Is to have Christ say to you on tbe last dwarf A Jail Bird Hanged. Watehloo, N, Y., Nov. 15. Charles dayt ''Well done, good and faithful ser- branches than It can carry. Iletter to have one talent and put It to full usw than five Johnson was hanged at 10:20 o'clock this vant 1" Learn also from this parable that differ- huudred wickedly neglected. My subject morning for the murder of John Walters, a guard at the jail January 10, 1&37. John-eo- n ent qualifications aro given to different tench's m that ther Is going to como a wat confined In Jail on a charge of people. Tho teacher lifts a blackboard day of solemn settlement When the old In an attempt to escapo and ho draws n diagram, lu order that by farmer of the text got home he Immedthat diagram ho may Improve tho mind of iately called all tbe servants about him, the murder was committed. tho pupil with tho truth that be has been and said; "Hero Is tbe little account I Legislator Killed by a Postal Clerk, uttering. And nil the truths of this Dlble have been keeping. I want to see your Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 15. Jus. Hunt, a are draw n out In tbe natural world as In a account, and we will first compare them, member of the Legislature from Catoosa great diagram. Here Is an acre of ground and 111 pay yon what I owe you, and o you'll pay rae what jou owe me. Let us County, was klllod this afternoon by II. S. that hat ten talents. Under a little Moore, a railway malt agent Mooro was It yields twenty bushel of wheat to hae a settlement." Tbe day wilt come the acre. Here Is another piece of ground when tbe Lord Jesus Chrlt will appear, arrested. that has only one talent You may plow aud will say to yout "What have you Pistoled His Partner. It, nnd harrow It, and culture It, yearatter been doing with my property ? What hav ear, but It yields a mere pittance. Bo you Wfii doing with my faculties? What Little Hook, AnK., Nov. la. Particular of a tragedy .t Kingston, Ark., renched her Is a man with ten talents lu the way huve you Ucn doing with what I gave here last night John Has 1mm shot and of getting goad and doing good He you (vt accumulative purposes!" There mortally w dod bit partner, Win. Cecil soon, under Chilstlnu culture, yields will te no escape from that settlement Sometimes you can nut get a settlement Tha men had been partuert in a country great harvests of faith and good Is man with a maa, especially If ho owes you. Here auothtr store, but had fallen out and dissolved. woik Unshorn, white drunk, met Cevlt and shot who seems to hate only one talent, aud Hepottones and procrastinates and snyst "I'll se you next week," or "I'll him twice. ) ou may put upon him the gientest spiritual mlture, lut he yield but Uttte of tbo see you next mouth." The fact Is he Panic at a Circus. frultN of rlghtiousuesM, Youaretoundor-stan- d doet not want to settle. Hut when the Caiwo Hill, Ala, Hoy, 15 Several that theie aro dlffoient qualltlca great day comes of which I am speaking, person wore sorlously Injured during a lion for different Individual). Ihere U a there will be no escape. WewM have to ctrcut performance here A panic gieat deal of lulnotu comparison when m face all tbe bill. I have sometimes been wa caused by a difficulty between man taysi ' Oh, if 1 only had that man', amazed to t how an accountant will run countryman aud on of th olicutmen. faith, ur.that man's moneVj or that man's upor doualouglluof flgur. If IseUn FjKHIs; $2a,CO0( Mttsa & Hhaw, $10,000, RoLb1nt& Stone, 00a Th assets lur not yet been announced. It is report-cftt- at some will pay In full, bnt thlili caly a rumor. The failures ar a great sur- I V n - fcttk of Durham, x, rj., cioes Down, Car- 7lng With It a Hamtwr of lllg Flrmt. Dvniuic, N. a, Nov. lfi.-biggest wilnes crash ever known In North Caro-It- e occurred here this morning, when th wowing six firm mad assignments: JJsnk of Durham, W. T. Blackwell, AUr,,l '.W0! K. J. Farrish, JrlW,0C0t VJT. Blackwell, coal deaUr. $110,000; W. The Y0UII TALENTS. Employ Thorn to tho Vory Advantngo, IlrI,noklntr Alter Your Present and future Welfarr Sermon by T. Ue Witt Talinage. V D. 8n) loquetiotjH would serve God." Ret. er taktiK fettlty that God has given asdftB TKptht) right way. The say, mat ccrero tto stone rabbis and ItcoaHi brought to Jerusalem for BvLt 'k. TrtoaetstBB 'tor ar atBknM nsr for,JeMj Marcnltects knew In what ptae ttpmajatj lar piece of timber thaTeauMp syetonennd pleceof timber WMnSesV before tbey started or And so I havo to tell you tome on place In 1 t3W.rf II to-d- I much-dls-ctjss- el blll-sld- o Into" 1 1 $18,-eO- O or fifteen figures In a line, and I attempt to add them two or three times I make them different each tlmo. Hat I have admired the way an acconntant will take a long lino of figures, and without a single mistake, and with great celerity announce the aggregate. Now, In the last great settlement there will be a correct account presented. God batkerlt along line of sins, a long line of broken Sabbathi, a long line of profan words, a long line of discarded sacraments, a long line of mlslmproved privileges. Tbey will all bo added up, and before angtls and devils and men the ggregate will be announcd. Oh, that will bo the great day of settlement 1 have to a k tbe que Hon t "Am 1 ready for It?" It Is of more Importance to rae to answer that question In regard to myself than In regard to you; and It I more Importance for yon to answer It In regard to yourself than In regard to me. Every man for himself In that day. Every woman for herself In that day. "If thou b wit thou, shalt beJF.oTtiyWTtit Mtstw scornest thou alone shall bear it"" rrtrmrm apt to speak of the last day as an occasion of vociferation a great demonstration oi power and pomp; but tlii vrt.t fcc cs that day, I think, a few moments of rntlr silence. I think a tremendous, an overwhelming silence. I think It will be such a silence as the earth never heard. It will be at tho moment whn all tha nations. are listening for their doom. I learn also from this parable af tbe text that our degrees of happiness In Heaven wilt be graduated according to our of usefulness on earth. Several of the commentators a 3 roe In making this parable, the same one as In Luke, where ono man was made ruler over five cities and another made ruler over twocltlea. Would It be fair and right that the professed Christian man who hat lived very near the line between the world and the church; the man who hat often compromised hit Christian character; the man who has never spoken out for God; th man who has never been known a a Christian only on communion days; the man whose great struggle bat been to see how much of tbo world he could get and yet win Heaven Is It right to tuppoto that that man w 111 have as grand and glorious a seat In Heaven at the man who gave all his energies of body, mind and soul to tbe service of God? Tbe dying thief entered Heaven, but not with the same startling acclaim as that which greeted Paul, and who had gone under scorching acrojs dungeons and through maltreatkingdom of glory. One ments Into the star differs from another star In glory, and they who toll mightily tor Christ on earth shall h"ven fir greater reward than those who haTjrordeed only half a sen ice. Some of you are hastening on toward the reward of tho righteous. I want to cheer you up at the thought that there wfll h tome kind of a roward waiting for you. There are Christian people lu thi house who are very near Heaven. This week some of you may pass out Into the light of the unletting sun. I saw a blind man going along the road with his staff, and he kept pounding the earth and then stamping with hit foot I said to him! "What do you Ao that for?" "Oh," ha by can tell "I said, the sound of tbe ground when I am near a dwelling. " And sous of, tell by the found Dtr that you are comtn near to your Father's house. I congratulate you. Ob, weather-beate- n voyagers, the storms are driving you Into the harbor. Just as when yon were looking for a friend you came up to the gate of bit bouse, and you were talk Ing with tho servant, when your friend hoisted tho window and shouted: "Come in! come In t" Just so, when you come to the gate of the future world, end you are talking with death, the black porter at the gate, methlnks Christ will hoUt the window and say: "Come In t come In I I will make thee ruler over ten cities." In anticipation of that land I do not wonder that Augustus To pi ad y, the author of "Rock of Ages," declared In his last moment! "I have nothing more to pray for; God ha given me every thing. 8 u rely no man can live on earth after tho glories I have witnessed." Oh, my brothers and sisters, how tweet It wilt be, after the long wildprns march, M got home. Tbat wat a bright moment for the tired dovo in the time of the deluge when 11 found Its way safely Into the window of tbe ark." 1 de-g- re Hi I 31 Oft il i m m SPECIAL CULTIVATION. How to Irupro- - tha Health of tha llody unit of the Mind. Tho actions uro nuuy, tho Ufa Is ono. If I get my stomach, or my lungs, or my heart in better order by special cultivation, I improvo tho health of my whole bvdy. Tto food which is better digested will make better blood, and tbo blood which UbJttor oxygenatod or bettor circulated wdt aid In a mora effective wbllo all those bettering of special functions will build up firmer tissue and store tho ner e coutoi - w ith richer resources of energy Docanso tho body Is a living that which enriches ono part of It enr chc tho wholo physical being The stomach Is to tho body what the U to tho spirit, but It ono's blood all runs to build up a stomach, wo shall simply lspso back to a very rudimentary form of Hfo tho order of tho ei.froroa or living stomachs- - There aro polyp which thoy aro scarcely tho are nil ttomach-b- ut typo of man. A man all intellect I n no loss rudimentary croaturo in tho spiritual realm. Out of intellect thero should como, at out of a living manufactory, fooling aud affection and contclcnco and will and all the varied faculties of a noble being. And the aim ot ft truo culture should, dj, not alono to build up a perfect Intellect, but through U to build upas perfect an luner be'ng at poBsiblo, as rich, at round and as rlpa It does not tcek to mtko an Intellectual marvel, but a sjtninotrlo man. Rtv. dig-?l(- oi, H grt n s, JMr . CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. A Iloctor Tells IIuw Kally They Can O Carried About a City, (How much danger every one runs each day of catching a malignant disease I very little known," said a doctor recently " Many diseases, like hydroto a reporter phobia, aro only convo.v I by comlnir In contact with un abruded surface. In direct other diseases It It wonderful tho extent to which tho commuulcatlog particle can bo carried Persons havo taken tho smallpox a mile distant from tho hospital. Soar lot fever Is very contagious. A dress folded up at tho bed of a dying patient and placed In a truuk has conveyed tho poison to a family of children four mftea distant when tho dress w as unfolded In their pres-enco after threo months' time naa emptea. Whooping-cougand diphtheria are probably novor convoyed except by tho breath of the patient Measles Is communloated a great distance and It comtnuntcated by tho clothing nnd carried oboutby person visiting tbe sick room. It It certain that many diseases have been contracted by attending tho funeral of somo person who nus died of a oonUtfioua disease. Too much caro can not bo taken In disposing of a. borse-stoalln- cul-tur- the clothing or disinfecting every thing that ha been near a person suffering with a cjmuiunlcablo disease. After a patient hat shawn tho first symptoms of scarlet fever it take forty utnu days before the free from Infection, smallpox latleot 1 llfty-si- duy, dlphthenu twenty-on- e cltjbt duy." twenty olghl day, mumps d os and typhol I foer twenty, A', j". JJiiU moasles twenty-seve- day, aniJUjitit, AasaaaattttJaatasatJBa . - . JBte&1 J??;i&immmmmmBmmmmmZZZL f$snUPlti TTSKSs - LllUaaMnMrjsTOBsaaaaaaaaa aa ispi':iflBUkij? aaaMSaBaalafflBrttlaklVtf lattaVif SMaatstfaa'ans Cfwiwmijppr!sii ,... w f'Wfir'nuw Twwr IIMI1IWIII :r' 111 llll IIIIIHM I1W W "P"""' ! lill !! IMP MlllilMalMllllallaMl'llMaWllaalliaallJMlWM M a 'A .'irjLfcf.wfcTtn. ..... .-.- v ai BUl fcSS WBfi? ttll Rltl Ml HI IS k I aaa2sTsawwiim . feS pB ffiSW Sen STl & H Hffl k f KTE3Ty5T "J&.Xj.Xji EnraEtaaayjgf GSWKKaa jSk-lKnO "SWXKrTESES. fc. C3-Q033J- BTKXKS? B ESB3 -e bT-o- a Reniitinil'l.iiic of LAbUSi' AND CMLDIU&'S' WllAl'S, ss w jffsoA 3 gi &. xr in nil Slvlra. A lartjofliiTc of t rs A. -- Ij Xj if" m S' v5 nMRI WW1 VMh a 8. gp TUB "5? wsa. w - S 2 jZl. fcSlLI CSWR.&JKrx 331JEB2Ln.-T- 9 ys&s&e&i ."X" gggg a TO3 DaaKSH --A. X. T 33 JtT O "V 33 T. &jTKs&, & ta &, THtfrSt, SHOW, "S! W M jTIBS S, TSVi I IT CSKs ' jgCS S$h Drovvii-Pesnoye- coletirntott LADHiS' b IA7) CIIlLDIiltXs A Mugiiificeiil.tti.. the heat fitting ami most rclinblc SJioo mudu in (ho United YOUTHS and HOYS' li fr'itt. of MEXS CLO'lHLat t Arkcrhuul A WvIum make, the bet nmilo and brat Attinc Clothing in thu nmrkot. w THS DICKMAN COURIER, My Stack is E&tcge a ad will be Bold at tfie Sowcsfc Possible Prices c Call aacl See tficui! U i- - i I V 93 SIX B;U'4ESKSH. CVukIKIoms AtScctiny; seektnc and because tioso here COl'NClh PKOCIiKDINGS. are at homo and hnm no other lE3mirniiC4 t . & N. 3:. Co. c1" 1ItrKMN, K i Xv SO, 19S8 home. Tho white peodlo of the 11IUICMAN, KY., Newspaper articles on life Iikim youtn arc no more to fcunic lor; chlu to Vnt Zhviv Vvu rtuofll me, rr'itnt Mayor Mrrll llufe- rnueo are iituallv like nolitical nrCf ( tmrdiiipn, Willing, Coif, jocl 3tcnjM tiio his beluR here, or for his former N)bm. 4"cMplv. tides on tho tailfl". not excitingly nuTleUfrtKock nittt (he lunl lnodn were : : : NOV. 23, 1883. state of shivery, tlian'woro tlie! PRiuAYt minuiri of interesting, but none tho less v. whito people of tho X, irth, and HUITOSK Y()U J, aj'pio'cd ami iirml, it n 1Iuih Nvwt 4. tilt f vn.trtit.il ttm i;im..i ftvrwln.. u niu tho present coucrntiou )f williun .. ! ,m'J i .1!. ..i AODl'XW AUlWIO. "B " . .i." " " Thus, ni.our intention won ivnutfi by an The falluwhiK is OLD liULIAULi; i it v . .. :a wcro jren(l HK;KNCArK? do tuo ouni nan nouin tn.or to r:.. ; article conditions af. l.MI'crly n)irnvei1 ffiini nn mtlont wvrr with it than tho nroidit width, U y "rii.ri'.v: feotlnj: 1 ! Insumnce by Mr. lluwii MitJ check orlarcAl Iwneil for l&w V T2jc Ihsug ISultivc the Kouih. ation of negroes. Then ore there e. FAMILY GROCERY, ! ?lUunl .J e .SvhVvlV l T" Kiol.ar A. McOnnly. PreMciil aiiounln. s lintilil bo no aiilmoBitlu on such nu iu? K roj . LUo-oK-- . ?UIU Mutual ThowUUofl ntitl bluckn in the accounts. ,,u,Tlf the tu fflii lurrfout II fitNow Yyrkrj t;reeLCqtnmIiiuD,r'r roll ' frim flATO Notnnber it'h Itifatirjitirn feD Hj S-ivlilili ja . . . "BBirtlteru Sinter nn nrnrlv on mil c i iiiw.irri.. i.nvr nr ittitti urn ' U ....... !' nuy Theiefoie, ' oompany in the woild, whose opli Jno. Wl'tlnj;, n4lfCDCt;ot J9. Itln?- ...i wiinoui . ... titi .rm inoanfAnU ' with 1lo its to nunitier. ami tfio 8t:itnttH of .w.ivii, .i. ruro r :..i: 101 70 wpotl, for crawl. huh tho country say they nro equal 1" .v. It may wine ut iiH imMv aiiirn- - :, wu"rt ." CowfliU 'us by reason ot Ills oxpurtciic, ,'LKTi: STOCK UK SIIKLP AND HEAVY (SU0DS. mo reiuiriMnvmi . uiu umuu-i- , h!ioiiIi, nliry woiaht to tho mtuth J X :Uli.n. for ir1an. &e, A rfrf ALbO( A TULL tlio hiw. 0 10 for Uium W.T moi.ts.nnd Vcoinn the only ones. of FUhhift Tdcklt. oon us uiu proper iiouco of thinkliiff people. Uu writei'J n IattM, for blAckftiuitli work, 10 7b No otlior )copIt or frctlon of tfnn I. th, South. Certain t u'JHM " I.rt ..I.. .. In t ll.k tAUMIU 111.) ' " ',V.'TV-HHtaT? oil IVlUrritl Kre of Charge. I I M Mriwhini, clljr jHiltti to uaU o IKV lU'lHOHMM country on earth, Is confront the article in question, b) reques , ' that the interests ot anv people utlll If UM VII ay, w by each uu Nstiie, ami good peo- livhijj oRelher in tho suaie coun counties alou the line tho que !: f?rifinl n Imr ometery discusHinj; the present com) W' ;Miin I ple, irrcRpoi'tiva of party or raco, try po identuleu, and cannot be tion of aid by subscription will I,MMtloii of life iusurnnco In this ' o 11 W submitted. iUckman.it is gener ttv iiiu rnmtmiiv la nnl miv I In ?!, ...,,. -- .it. must have serious MiHivin;;.sns! to how it will l;o settled, or what Mlatlon of tho issuo Is fraunlit I1"1 neratooii, win be asucn to In 10 S . w.,c, t fe fnsurunro company In lirtwni. for "'-- harassment! and troubles may at with ureal neriiamt noss u iv muc i " .vv: ":w . " v" mo worm, uui is aiso uiu inrseM "u""' ceoeirr;,ur ku. io w tcTFor 8 ro fyes nnJ h.. tend the stage and process of 6of trouble, and certain it is that we: wMlkely Ho so auoat the irterifllmncInl iRtitutlon on the glebe, imrt of "cxt wioiith or early in n1 Uifl gmiH, Mlcceg !,., ij.ei, rwK wlk iiicumsiwidlu. tlemcnt. white people, the more hefftho COWalLL'SJCTfl SALV3. No other country on earth, wltl to IHiTniit iuiiou . .. ; nhlnviil h f r thrmiirli t ift ftioA.iecommmrcon ira wiuoiw ami crier tn i on with It f,ilr. ""iiutii, . n uu Kr Neuralgia mnl HIieuuuliKin, a population of half wliitc.i and ly, kindly, taa?iiaiiluini!y. God, vorable other towns will be asked vM nbnu of ilr. McCurdy. B hU i.dtS!1; ltfr CO WG ILL'S WSASSL OIL. e roail, and if all speak ..... nrtcf0 we ........ Umt half blacks, over suited the prob m UU i roUdence. mnv solve It M JJcst $X$?' .. t0ro tf ll leuu In all other sections or iMiiiiily mill peacefully; San I0: rft countries tho one raco or the minso settled it by tho complete tdc waits frsra. Warren Tlswi' eortr tli .; Company tn the ir-,.;-Vf IIC c--a ft it.crt, u rrr ivwiut. ilu "C)W GILL'S PILE OINTMSNT. other, has been in such Inrce ma dnmitiimco of the colored neoote. suranco in force; and yet wehre ;? pi4inlfd n special oonnnltlee. com joiity that the minority race cut Mlt n,e majority in this coautn is m ulrt tn Rfln linw Ritpill ttm IiiAi. MJor no Iljiuro In tho affair of govern- - on the side of tho whites, and im- uess is with what it should be.ind larln-nortln tli iirubublo cwit of bjr ' la? Ff Titrnil Ihnnornv iiient, but in tho South, partieu. mljrrjtioii to the Southern States Monj,Miie proposeu line can with what it will be. Life hnur. iIoti it)U wiilki U'Commeinl! tin oov;gill's oihtksht. Ih gentlemen who comprise this latlythooxtrcinelSouthern States, wlii year br year increase their 3?aid m8 been truthfully reire- aomtmlKv, uith tlio un leritu idbift tht ot R1Mltcl n8 ,l0 poor ,naua K the cli p.ty for walk ncrttu all (rU. WTKor Vrmf fiiicli overshadowinj: inuiority is innjotity. "otntiif: snort Let nil jjood people oJpay liiey are amoiiu the rrtomi nUii thcro U tirolmblv o; Al.anI ruhlio Krouml, anliti prop lolluft'D Nonfi)rfi'llaMc nficr tlirt-all claims jmltl not held by either raco. And strive to nllav nxpitiinint. nmHAt bueiuess. 7onn B ymp lininrj itol.V 011 rccolit of proofs of tlvntli. jenm, and ertj ptv for the walk in frtil of Cowgill's Pbr.mt Iimuco an irrevocable race conflict ni imml nnnnlA si consider best kuowu and most reliablo res- .. foull nr noichborhood In he tbclroftoffi luu. Meats of Hickman and xaducah rjiilteil States where examn'ts it is feared will always exist. Hip real truth of the situation. SATISFACTION UUARAyTkKP Oil , t RruaEii ino n.sM. ami points between, and are only Tliecooil pcoplo of the North- Aj. t TUH MUSKY RXFVSDKih t !)rovo this Mid- of Oi ittfltlon, one half lh .Ijp" ern States, who havo in their njr- - rorTLtu vote nut i'kksiduu. "engineering" the project Tor the 0;vs and onhans helnod and p o- - the line uruutt ?fwJ br the eitv oonrt Fr Sale hy tke rroiiitur( viiivo "vma u utuu irguiu population, prooatoy ik jijed for by life Insurance .a.i ubr,. agiiuit Chm. Aromirur, Marjr lrme, II. Ul'GI HAS, Vnf. t nAI.TZHK, I'r$tt It. L. ALKXAMllUI Cm.l ine counnes aiong uio rouic, jins )COn tt.n,onstrated, also Out and Culilt r, vtiv rnarl white people to one negro, are not It Im more than probable that a ..... f.l. nuy ... J. W. C0WG1LL, Druggist, . .. .. a,.. .. t ' nviirtnlli.ii mill ilitcit'liii lr Iti linn. .!. u uv uxst ;oniroiHiMi wiiii race issue, imi win uo iinruiiuceu m mo uexi iA'lt'""K",M' regular romnanles arc rei!y A8REOTO UU KftLMIlEI) fdul KINC. these HkUiHan, Ky. and thereforo may not properly Congress changing the modo of ehlted uionu In tno Kenvrni pror ng afo na fustitntions of depict Julin Uroii ttitinl in tNtuncll ti which is certain to ensue. understand tho attitude ami bviii- electing. the President nf . tho (nm pauiij fin Pan (ler (l v (t(. Xatloiml or . nrivle. relee . .. . . I. I... nnM..I I I m tt ..f imhi " unauru wmi wtoirm am that the peoplo aro learn. in? out ui 11 aivmvi "gam paimes 01 toe oouuiern peojiie. ten oinis, irotn uio electoral roi; 'tl.n.. l..,n n .A .....1 (.t V O .131 13 II Ct V A lfj e:t to ceKKiiUee o;j r;jpl'ni a!l ; They are, perhaps, from the bitter lego system to a popnlar votcjenpitalists for all the backing nee-- to g resav mouCr omnloycd! i7rf IXK'IiJlA..-ItY- . incmoncH ui ine past, too apt 10 lms cuauge suouui oe mane; u 13i carring life policies. " As lXltlCKMN 1 9W.UIY. K90B nny raco wo in tho would be more witisfactory to the voted along tho lino, ami il there- - vesUiiout tlio rate of life polities Cbj South, as springing from some people ami would do uay with a ""e remains wuu uio peopio i'nieas -- ood and in some resnfctnl r On roatlou. the W 0. Clrk wa llreiud CAVLTAL. ?Heek latent feelings of "disloyalty," the largo amount of fraud, as there be directly benefitted if tiie lino bettor Tliati t!o tamo investnenti forlue nutitli'ito a!arr Hrn jliaHau, one . . .. I or Oq ...... .... i'jii- .?,...ll I. A ... (t..l. u vr iiu.v ....- - - ltd constructed. Tho Nows be-- j (in .,-..a. nonus, old 6lacry sentiment, or someimii.i ur uu limn motion, Cvuucd aljourmrl. u. nni neucr thing of that nature; or to some tfcular btate, for then tlio election neves no peopie win 110 ine.r w,80p oonw lhei for tl0 OOP AtU. l!!IS UOUSK HAS UKCKNTl.Y IlKfiy Mry trlsrlj orniiH Ui traA far UMior.-- , 0 r L MrClTCHBff, C t mit h rlrennff desire to or oppress would not depend upon how any part, and that, in view of tho one liml, tl) Rnt lUmrt . ,ll,1i1 flr ,H f ilU AllMlttMiI IHU for 4rpttort ftr f rliaict. ApWi4 PrumttHr ami the frMiiE imbhe eei tho negro. paiticnlar State went. Congress great object backing tlio enter-- , earil!nff0 Mch lCaras a demit to ! pifxr ikrve or foair month. 4U"tU at lie fmlljr. Cl4u rtKim, nice b4, an The real truth is that, tho South- man Walker Is heartily in favor of prise, tlio P., II. & S. roml is cer- - iiisiuo to liif uifo nml rliildrL'ii, . meal iQ4raatetl lo all wli Mop da n ajkI na I1(1 ..,,. 0Mtov ti10 rp.t of li!s er--l TBAYJKTOTICE. ern peoplo having had the colored this change and will probably in tain to Do oonstrui-tcdirateln,K mo will fiatl ta boel of atleti CO union nf tint tliprp nro " ... tiltma" . fir ?.- v la - inli eC ' vb- . vnv Mti i) . . rrn 1 people with them always, better trodaee such a liill i.iniDuir If Mil . .""-'- ' "I1. if roaa 10- lna tlinii ttii At mir llUn. w no rejison woaItll Cngaod in bubltieaa, hi tie umit tuero understand his nature, tempera public will demand it the In a.MilUn, we eirry a fwll lint of WIIen, liiing on the Drertbtirg roJ, ment and cluiracteristics, than do change viu ho made. ftn let the why, if the i.eojiUiftpeaU without lUo llQ)irA nf hifl uroapoiity.kiw. i liiiI ftQUlli of tlUkman. ImiUuii v.unty,. FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES a ii. BVnilVlV onj; uivcK uu&tiK MLii:. .svuy M M.i:XANICK. ioiny.tUii I'mV c n.xurrK. J. M ItPKU boea TiaeU the white people of tho North. press nndmcopleKjcout, that his Taiiiilv lucjili and llioktiiaii aliou d not be imgcomforts oti-- ht hivonot to car- - far M itfXt prhi2, atnlbrarui! wi'l la vlilcb we iovir aiivtUieQ. Our rt'. J. V roWQU.L Vf t: JOltNHON J V AI.EXAMH II -- Tijoxkuow tho negro's Acidity he t0 ., r a ly ia h lorl e ledrr '1 ' on I tie left 1iIk Ni ftbr pitorrxfrM uY.cojiJiissro.Y!. united with a tlo of Meel and in rv of character, his sympathies, and in nrnrliiA .nfmin! il br.tit'I hiti . To those Kepuhlleana who arefieml-daileoiamunication before) tf10 Khiinkao or depreciation of 'arx r at Mity iIuIUm. his kindly, good humored dispo uu.vi. sition. They know also that num- iiuiiui'i ihu aiiu imiHiinu uu uiu (iiti'4 utidrr tny b.iml a JtiJrf of Ibe inn propeity when he no longer bers of them have become edu- ofiices held for two or three years .r?.:;?..- can manage ft ; or naltiBt erlit- - hill hi (eiiniv Court, ibi 10th il o 1 11 t nv t i.Tini.i 30! MAM'FAttl Itl'lts OP T1IU cated, intelligent, moral and reli- past by tho Democrats1-he- ar LnUAfl.n ors whom lie could pay if permit YOU IHIET !?! JOSHUA NAYI-0:t- f gious, but they also know that a This ia what Gen. Hairisnn's ted to live, bnt when dead, Ida tioxlti 4w :. c. V J. CO w organ Bays about einl servast majority of them are igno In reply to a larje number of property niiifit bo wierillocd to O rant, and have no knowledge what- vice reform and tenure of office : inqnirieR, wo give tho PreHidential pay, and thus taken from liis ohil Hi rr ii a 'i WmS&b&MIl Xot onlr U reaonbte time ever of a correct form of govern'0 succession in cortaiu contincren-eies- . dreu ? TbtiH.it ie aecii, that tho SALE AND LIVERY STABLE tlo thrne thine? proierlya but tuny of ment. This, the educated and inIf Mr, Harrison should die ennditiousof life insurance alleutn tr cliange cannot be mule nt oner previous to tho assembling of CBKS telligent of their own raco know The FA15IS & IV.KKEK, thoin (dases of people. Within the teniae ot nfliro Uw nnd tbc (ivl ht CO "3 and admit. electoral college, then tho elector! recollection of men now living, ell vhe law must tw nbirTI In Mim KKNTUCKY aTOBKT Thin, ;lun, I tho huiIoiij; triable a in letter. Oraciala conmiirmetI for would chooso Po:nc other lfpiili-- j lifo IiiRurattfla was nnkimtrn. but r tii I' 8 constantly on IiaikI for Uhv w J before tho Southern people, not a four year from the dale of their anpomi licaii for Prceideut, not iiecefisn-- it has now proved itself, almost xv. oJ 91 I, X" x desiio to or oppress the menu wlia are compMent ana Hu.fQi ainiriiy r Morton. If Mr, Ilarn- - liko an exact science, and vear bv and HACKS. HOIMBS, IlUaaiKS negro, not a desire to nurse trea- Z & yes H la becoming CO part and par- - IUiiqc porebae'l Ibe eiihle, berjrr JK .9II0,,, 'Q "f(er, & 'mZm --Kuauoafijrwg: S3 enure o'ltfit of Y(. U riuomer son, disloyalty, or rebellion, but a iMriermi, miny of which wpi tint expire 101 lI, cieciors, nun oeioro uio (cl of every householder, just as CO papoe lo continue tbe builuree, tn& desiro to have honest, uptight, ca- till year anwn after the new ihnimtrv fonrth of March, we think the desituble, important and essential t" IT pable, good government. The new President cannot succession Is UliprOX idfll for. The Jl9 a liOUBO to llVO 111. Mr. A. A. t'.rit atronte' tioncoeln. in olectors might bo reassembled and Tho 'solId South," represented befireciedtomskeBWferb.-remna- s Davis Is the agent of tho Mutual lVJi HIM .V by it solid negro veto on tho one . anew !,reBh,el,t' ""onslijufoof New York, at Hickman. GooJs JeUvereil to any jurl of tho City "fldiUK,iDUd Hdo.and an approximately solid lhere lfl 10gJ)ecjflc warrant of law IIGICjvrL.lsr, ICE3SrTU"OK: IT. All this to 7 contrary notwith.fir so (loi , or tho choleo of the wFiite vole on the other, tells the Tho ' Rlionlil ar-- j President miJht be assumed bv standing, Democrat i LVJu"'VN who t rr o, t TS"nrv M issue. The one sido or the other nr -r, is right. Tho solid negro vote is range to 0 any time alter the lib jiue tiouso nf nepreseinamos, num. threw quite a bomb among ( CVir. Kt ninety uvj Ctmttn Stfuti,) tight or it is wrong. The aolhl of March. jin thocasoof atailureot theelec tho white Kepubliean leadein of HICK JI AX, - - - AT, white vote is right or it is wrong. uu.) Run Mitt, with complete outfit, ioin 111 iiiu nuy citiiuiuuui i'iiiiiKiui. wMi'ii iji IIimI nn nr :i THAT COMMITTKn. MininMit wt Iiiivit vnf no Which side will yield? w (iit.iv. . rf lintf tv'vv.'i pcalc Ituv. in i;o(m! locllon. Can he hoiiitht at Announce that;tlity hnvo received a well :ioitrtuIi hit Tuesday hlIit. The Franklin Tavorito, pnhtah rpUotcJ tcck of cTerMhhig iiull Hero then is the issue. Can it 1;itler t,olirfl0 ?,loi,ll1 l,lretVll,,i" for !,iri w rrtce ' Newfl ro ar unnatile price ani onrcawaable tertu .Jk, A J.iie, wi lMfuruiatlnn, .. .. f. t. . ed in uonutessman i.elect UooiI.lIle in a l.n un.....1 ... In cn8 of Uie ,leath of ll,oth I!iir ' lmrlH uVo la tbte IlONIlUUANT, J. J. C. )"g:Wo claim town 6a3'a nf ho Sta nl rieon nnd Morton atnnytuuoafter "W"1 comnromiflecl f Can It be nottle.l DEALERS IX Jiopublicaii party. lliokman, Ky. tha KverjrlhliiK frvih, new, clean and cliexp. with proper fairness nnd regard lo Committee the 4th of March next, and previ-- j without the noaro element solid they will continue to run tin Alto, If Iht Tenth ami DeTciiHi 'Ih'rlaU Uti BOOKS. 8TATIOM:itY, and HehooISnpidlci. the natural instincts, honest mis to March 4, isim, uiou tnoj thuro would not oven bean organ no more for which Taney UOODS.TOYO, aud riCTURHS Y, and Ineradlealile tirojudi- - than thuThlri) we lo thank ihU Cornm 'iff Dccreiary 01 mate would act us zntiou in the Southern States. tyickman garble Works, Courier . . . iim ii .. in i...u i (irii m Jt n o i ii BuiurujnM luu ptiid. ..tic fear . the ci.viii.i M'NDRIIS, TAINTS, 0115, WINKS and IJQUOKP, or Mrdltal ut. itii.1 baker. I'rcili out an President, and after him the Sec Yet when it comes ton division n ..f Jipxlnton ujr nnd hnre onrd wouhluH the issuo again nndngaiu uni!frveicompiimrnt. It I the uumr- retary of tho Treasury, and so on of the olllccs tho whito Itepahli-canbread eorh i!jr. AIo, a A' J. AGKNxa fob Tin: III(7h'.UAi', opinion iiown thU wjy tuat the rise, wherever tho nniiu ation through tho Cabinet. But for are universally mado post BXTTOKIIBX SI-IODanything like half whito and half itilUee wan a f.me. ioth Harrison and Morton uouish masters, revenuo olilcers, iVo J). C. ano challenge tbe markt't In thUUue. Al Tho Courier-Journa- l nnd others long lifo and a good time in office whilst tho colored man is put olF black ! o, a liK4Lh.lL II Is the sotntlon to be fountt In are ilinposed to annul this as a iltiver to a mail wagon, or KTA25S-2:- , TO UOOTIin MOUTH. great praise, but why or Mawim tho absolute and complete suprcm X NI'KCIAIri'.-tt- l something of that kind." The Itaman ani American URAVB TOMII AND 1UNI1MKNT8, prriI lii Loui.viiurocnrcrr'-t-- ' ny of the ouo race or tho other t wheiefore will perhapei tthayo relnconnpoion apr IftHT Wajfoni, T""-- ! Uugglca, .News winds him up thus: STONES. Would tho Southern country be main a mystery to this portion of Washington, Nov. 18. The Gl? ii a trial &o,for h Yi,it win d li Jt fu.nn', novll In slock, a fin't lot of NU;r Tut un nilh( l cnialu'. Sunday Post (Democratic) more prosperous and happy under the State. WIihh nni rnJM, HAVING Italian Marble, I am pre Utlin i ii &r?J II says: "The wild Republican ediii m the absolute governmental control Ah' htMjr uU am Knlal nil d ru red to Ml all orders. CU and t zander hU gM0 ttr, klu pi 4to. a t;oot) itur. tors and talkers who use the of the whiten f Would the neco MUXftt t ror wo'k bloody Hbirt for a tongue have groes themselves be better oflTand ty wliu wtttJ'jii't tot rr, And pet your Ulackimlllilng and general eouulr rromptl Oniertt from tb Wife (indignantly) I've beard been called in by direction of Mr. Ab ef t fcetra hit I don' f r, happier, than under a government Keinlnng dono at through n certain martletl Um'ia Quay. Gov. VoraVer Is not to be Dean recounted bow tho colorrentiielyof tlwlr.owu kvco, or un town, J ohn that you bet tnc ulninsl ed peoplo had been doing tbe votVlcr a hybiul government assisted allowed to call a Southern maun (Corner of Juokson and Kentucky Streets,) ja horse the other night tbat)oifr rebel audn traitor, and editor ing for tho Republican party over by such white as might Willi them ug.tinst a m.ijority of caiiiiiuaie wouia win. Is boreaftor to refer to the since they had been allowed a Curner of Obon anJ F.xthangt Sirttlt,) Husband Well, what of it' My rebellion as a political difference, vote, and that while they woro the whites? niOEMAN, KY bound to. win, the nr u'onla to flint erTWt. The ob voting the white Republicans woro These are serious questions, and candidate i is .... aii .1 i Good Work at Prlrcx. My nniimii living in lli.s .South. loliulou',1,,mn,"B"u K"08lonwll0W. ject is to break tho solid South as holding tho offices. "Ibis must moilci. OPKMSI), with new STOCK, out nnd out. fine, HlUb RIOS for biro whitcblack. Democrat, or Itemib (inn un juu u illtilln wanted a thn foiilnl sou of a oritur breaks bo changed," ho enid. Wo elect- - HICKMAN, KI3NTU0KY. IVOItU a vpfclaltys JUST r.M4onatlo, l'atronago noliclled. ed Ilarrlfion and we've got to havo licau, Prohibitionist, or what not, , ll,,B 'horse, I thought I vould tho ico after a.liard winter." :HJOHN V. CIHAY. some of the pie," Thin ran escape (be facts, bocauso we JU8t ct you one, and got itcieap. when you want inar20'tf rilVn MK A Till Ah nro to deal with them in some m. heresy b rooted n great dlBastcr VJ UlackKialthlnx done, or repair o0 KAII TO HIS MO YKVHS umoug tho managers. Dean was WaoiH, &c l nl0 kcvP ft fuli 1'"" of Win::; tho other counties In hhapo or other. A atory comes from Springiield, oct.ioly W- DI15STKLB1UNK xim illiuiiig- n..ti..ni.. iuu iiiiiuii. rni. The people of tho United States Kentucky follow the exauilo of Ky.f which takefl the bakery on ...ii.!..- until viy tnn ,.l..i. Undortafcora Uooa-- , with a unanimity which wiped out Franklin and nominate such of tho record of old age. Mary band was ordered to fitriko up nnd black Wal all political party Jiiies, liavo en- their sous as Judge William Lind- Hrown, colored, died there last drown Ids Voice, but the Colored U'mnion. Uoewood, and Solid can Im flttul which FURNITURE. brotlicr, who hud a voice like a lint I'offlu and Unnen, nnd "t rt'i)unabte taws excluding the Chinese say to represent them in the Senacted apace lo ntmo all arlloleit but no who was, aceonling to tho MMMMMMHMMMM would not bo downed nn nn ihort notice. NOtrouble to show goods. from this country, and why! ate or Houee tho evils ot (rude week, a call (ll'o i" iiroinu, mu,(1I1,i continued in his demiiud for rri". Hiaieaieiu oi Uume aud see, at tlio eorner of Troy legislation will years of age. luinvini:lived in the ther aro a race of neoidn and U?r Shop in West Hickman. Sho and Ioicow Avenue. Kant Illokmrn, Ky n.4yl!5-6who cannot be mudo to assimilate cease, and our Legislature! be family of James HvntiR, and was a pie Finally somo ouo took hold with tho people and the institu- come un honor to tho Stale in native of Kentucky. Sho wnntho of the tail of his clerical coat and tions of this country. Their ex stead of a disgrace. Sliolby Son mother of twolvo children, the carried him back in tho crowd. DEALERS IN . now, but I'll "You may stop elusion whs tbe lesult of 4,race Unci, youngest of whom is 07 years old. moot you lator uio tho custom-houeon i!ontilot"-rthCaucasian against Up to a short tlmo before hor door," ho yelled as a parttho .Malay. Thcro was no sectionOut of a totul vote of ItyOOO, death she was active and strong, alism prompting it there was re- Dey, Democrat, lms about 5j ma- being ablo to do light housework. ing tbnmt. ally no toward tho China-man- . jority over Maldii, llepubliean, for Tnt; present figures show that In fact, down at tho very Ibdlroad CominlsBioucr of Iowa. There is an old superstition ns;Ai,i:n iz- HIOiCMANt bottom of it, it was because the His two colleagues on tho Com- among farmer that the dato of Cleveland received JOO.OOQ more aciivaujcicv. peoplo demanded that the Govern mission nro ilupuhllcuus. 2: has tho month, added to the number! votea at the recent years since al)eui of tho mouth of tho year, when irnrrlHon.andyot at ment of the United States be bold been thirty-onAnKOITKIUN'O tt Plain, DRUGS, HBDICIJIES, WKrtfihiccil rivn. t'eall Rradrafull line, at Milium n.t.I Thif iur,.lluro at preall carry a all tbiirn, nf for tho white race. This raco dis- ocrat was elected to any Stum of the llrflt snow falls will glvo tho electoral ayHtom ,, number of biiow HtoruiH for tho.ed. CHAIRS, ROCKERS, TAULES, UUREAUS, WASIISTAXDS, WARDROJIES flbo electoral collego i tlio tinction was fixed by (lod, not by ilco In Iowa. man, ClUMHEt SETS, MATTRESSES, Sl'RIXOS, tfc, winter. If this bo true, then wo law, and must bo obeyed becaiiHo :ssz lace jeo: aric snow RtoruiH it is tho law, but there aro thous-tblCo.(;m:.sti aHdoialilcH In Decem- shall have thirty-eigh- t The negro cannot, will not, and And ito KiaM"i our price to In Hie lnwet ClUc us a (rial ami It ronvnfcl, fdiould not bo expelled or exclud- ber, unit President Cleveland will, winter, tho first Know having lands of ronsoiis why it should bo re liMilttinrtcn on UXDERTA KER'S U00DSt anil uMnroimt Ml fomp KST W ed, like the Chln?set bemuse ho bv moftttage, iclierato Id'rf tariff fallen on tho twenty-nintday ofjnbolished, and tho President elect-thth Ion In ihU tin. W carry a Urc Unci of Woodtn nnd MculHc PurUI Cmi-i" COMI'O UN ) KD. CA11KFULLY V3r KPItESOrTIOIXS KcpairliU anil Job Work a necldly. id in this country uut;of his own vlows. idT ed by a direct voto of tbe people. VI ninth mouth. t- - ISI GROCERIES vt r it 4 - ?"" v.:".i ::...,:. . .".! STfOTJJEZ. !l"n-f- i .? ' be-ior- o - la-J- -- - W JA ; ';....."! - 1 I . W - T . fW I fen-v- p;v t 7- - u-- t . bari-e- ","" What to Buy ? liiual Life koranco Company, in-- 1 v. - I "f J'mlMUu . TeniK-wft TicLarrcJitj Safest and rii. inn - tsttes ASSISTS $119,000,000. Polios I2oldoro $24S,000,000. - . .. fill. a..j ltt A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Hy. """ jaG-S--J Unl-lperit- y U 1 k ""j ". 1 I 11 '"; oul""-1,rilu- nniin-int'erpr- ,,... HJ2 jl3 jE3 " 7, 850,000. T 1 j'r li '! - v. t 1 'jDianucnoaae ".--- y :,.;,.,. 4 botolass 3aos iiiiitTWECK. BAiI'ZKR & CO. per-sou- al I'l in Wittiaff rSJ'?fli 9ii ' 1 11 vMte0 STri 11 GROCER1B3S R i ismiszs. fSasL-arrsSSffl JJ&cKrJK k MUAiixSSr I ' ni.i.. T'l - SAW MBLL o:sr E?axe V f uHCZCBlMAITI TKIAJi HIOKMAKT Is, WAGON, e& Cfo ir i H. ''" kt fc3-- lf Iornilv Grooorv. Orit-clas- IDltTJO T gS-wrayr- a, sJ rnciT lJ DltUOV-n'-btCiNE- i .. CITY UAKKIl P, Isi ' - s IIAMACE, IjIVKKY Domestic Sewing Machinem to-da- y he ! Wiim ih- - 1 JS $? O S3 new mi very s iaDi& . KENTUCKY, Hal-stea- d mm ifflia . A. F. OLIVEH, J. F. GRAY'S, HICKMAN, Iloclc-botlo- tHUA bold-face- d KINGMAN & BOMAS,. Family Groceries. lie-mus- e fog-hor- jjehiblL S TBPIIENS & YLER, o o THE OLD -- RELIABLE!-HAS- ll A. IIOLOOA11SE, Furniture m Und ewer s Ooods. , e SB a e j b:;d lillffl H WHMIM, r. ja icr, -- h m. imi ( ( - . i nMMnMMMta ffOU i is I rUr u i J H VJ IV T'!K --- poi - r Wo arc making LOWES PRICES than any house in this Section. Our Stock is Iiiiifensu! It niust be got'41 Comic quick, if you want Bargains. Wc mean Business. No time to talk here, iconic see us! -- Bicffsi i : h SEkkrrmik 5& . jVT. Ellison 141 a. In the In 1880. & MATCHES CI.O0KM. I 'lr' 4 B. A. BURMNGAMB, W $? .ps: iokmak, IIKAbgUAUTKB.1) ICY. f"'V Oll Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, tyusical Goods, &c i The Hickman Loveoand Jtailrnnd. TIiq Paducnb, Hickman & Southern Knilrond, anil the Cotton licit connection. Tho IllinolA Central, from Cairo to Mcrnnlife, vln ilfokmon. Here Is ground work for n grand bticincBfl hooin. Shall wo havo It? Tho first two tiro already certain, tho next two nre only dependent upon our effort, and tho last named, in a probability. ' Tlio now college. Tho Harbor Improvements. Tiptonvilld Lao to I -- mss&sEw i-i- MAXWELL'S a triiiute: TO TUB MUtORY Forth OK , iff. ki:ai:ck. 01 4i" j The Rail in!oll(KenC8 of tlio death of A II Sccarce w received by tinmWt.ikable bin bulnnrontictW n, liaH glfen liiiu in aciuaintatice broader tlian moit irtn attain, mnl (hit be bd won the confidence, catcen "nJ resprct of (hoc who knew tilni. vrflfl fitllr attoted h? the mmiWa who asfembled to pay the last tribute In Mi remain. The UnJIy nature of the mtn, his upright eon Jnct, hla flterllnj; Intcjrily, Ma fidelity to duly, hi lioneHy of piirpoiie, ha left 1(4 ImprvM oa tM comraunltt, which lime will not efface, and bis been IIITt JN(L . j EAST HICKMAU COfflPlfiT & cuntv. tod W. MORRIS X SON, Prop's, JNfeu (Joods Ji.3rjD j$lFinexBuggT' Agents for Morris' Machine 3tA.TTJ.VCX,UlVfc:iltt i JL3t)v COE3ST MHAL. Works-Engin- fe Spokes & v "and Boileidi nuglO-i- y OF i es. JKUELUY. nrrcT ici.es Ttxoc kJJW loiuno t Indy Coltfl, Stomach Disorders ran ho rrileTrd at once by tuinc Acker's Uaby Soother. It contiini no Opium or UorpMno. Lcoco U s&fe. l'rico 25 cent. Bold by J. V. CO Will LL, Druggist, tIntftfrMfulieY!lj - frntililnl with lathing rains, or --- ' Better (pods! Jusl Received and Opened al (he Lowest Priced House in Hickman! DISPLAY on tho Counters thia THExhiwly immense, and embraced, inofeleganthouse pro LOCAL NEWS. Wk JTAIKIFF OJT AT ,AfcT! i.v urium;s. tihl.4 Ilb f tttMrn nilHOI Ural Tb4riri tu ! , ., ll will i ln,wiifetf in iwM lhtuJ . m 4...tn. t Will jll . Ulver falling, Kgga aro scarce. Head the Council proceeding Tho ICulghtn of Honor meet i apnro uouor anui uacic nus aro . now in order. riio election for Mayor and Councilmeii will noon boon. W Icfirii thnt dunk".nrn vnrr Kcearco on Hecuoot Lake this seaHon. Apples were never known to be o pL'iitlfu) and cheap at this time of thoear. Looks aro not everything; the homeliest women alwnyn uuiku the best picklea aud pre'rviMf -- The Clly of Xnslivlllo U now running between Cairo aud Tin- touville, making triweekly trips. Let's reason together about the propriety of helping to build tho P.iditc.ih & Hiukumu railroad. Our rltv fathers have deter mined to build a plank ualk to thu You tanret atfrd to W4te time In fc lepot A much ueeilod improve- irtmniHii nliru ymir lun are in di. rr Cott.ittnp(iu!i alwaytt acrm. M fmtl ment. I , In Cnrlialo last week tho followH. M. MAXWULL deHtreM the ing ordinauco preNcnted to the CtiUUlKIt to tate to (he City Council by tho hidfcft with and Hrpublicaus of tho Mir urgent request to pass tho same, rounding country, that he has tuk was passed without a diGsenting! eu tho tariff ly tho horurt.antl li voire OntnfA!rr-WbM- rcr weiung goous at iiuicuiousiy low hill thew to lufoti ant jut tho aIi tin re from upuu pticce any church Uor wUliin llif citj liinltft. or " uuy Tho Paducah& Hickman Rail or Injure any church1 road company havo decided to Hor Uhin the cltr llmii, hail upon I HncJ rr r.if!i oHciim not kiiluuff .i nptinutitnn in tl.n tv ronrtin. r'-- r .! ', MK mer of llfclctuau Air aid, some e than J.I horcxceJinff f 10." time next January. Not a cpii) to KIChta U tbo he nnld mitl tho roniliH rnnmlni C nnu cnSniaim nf od. Also, a rail tbonaauJa mfferlD from Aatbma, Cm. ryer try Vii rtuu coiuipcllnii UHHiired. Here flutnptlou. Coucbi,imeayT you iuo ioat Atarro r.ngiun li is will ho the golden opportunity for preparation known for all I.unirTroublpfl, lllekuuin. haMcm capitalists arc sold on a jNjiltivo j;uarauteo At 10c, COc pledged to furnffth the ncccKsnr, J.W.COWlilLL, Druggiht. money proided certain amount of local aid Is secured by the w b: towns and country along the nro poAod line. liio older LitlzeiiH of mm nm rn C3s Hickman havo labored hard ami M ( T l taxed the mselves much for the P, W r? rj future, an d now shall wo tax the ci L2i Eti lu turn generation somewhat to secure advantages which will no cruu to us as well as to them! Lot B every citizen begin to think of the propohuiou. aueooHH comes onty .tti'it- t.titui: AMii ... H'KMti:i.i:ori:n '" Ifl iiivm la iivf Miilliiriuitiiunll'nii ' tu tti.tlt Ik. ui'ifi1 iiv titnvi vo. sroru or ' -- firm 8. lie inherited an untatiihlicd rvtiitntfont he prwrrfri It ulthout upol or hif mUh, lie Inculcated tbe principle on wlitcli it wn rniiriflH npin hla children, nnd Impressed it upgn all with wluiu he catno In contact. Dark and heavy ai aro the clouds that now prei nHuiit the widow nnd chiMren nf H the ileceftpc I. way I hey be n'ired and find peace in the thought thnt human hearts ran only lxK'riHed by death. Heath U a gUe of drearinM nnd luom that lervd to n hrihtcr uorld on high, through which we all mint p&sj. t Sr WILL GRIND MEAL EVEUY SATUJiDAY. TP a -J m IP JIAW CATCB, Till: JJXUG2WV .XX2fXliX? T Elk inr R P M ffb f lr e fe- - 2v lViVr teed It U ittc i riy ulr fusion, nil the Irtttot Aorcltie in 1JKKSS GOODS and TKIMMIX06 to niateh, L:ulius, Mies and Children's WllAL'S of all stylos and qualities. Iool EllIf Js tho only Blood Kcroody guaran& positive cure for Ulcers, Krap tlocsor Syphilitic Polaonlog. HtmrifiMthe whole nyatcm, fJid banlabea all Itbeuisatio Wo guarantee It. and Neuralgic pains. cl T NOTIONS, LADIES?i)RESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS.& c, M W W M J9 lit J. W, COWGILTi, Druggist. That he has ever carried, and at PEIOES as LOW as tho'LOW'ZST. ' MAMMOTH STOCK OV CLOTHING for Men. Youths and liov. has no euual as re gards Stvlu and make-umnguitudo of toek, or Low-neof rtice. It Minply knocks out all competition. p, i UK IIB GnNKKAL Harkison jhas been shaking hands nil summer. IIo Ho docs not feur to compare prices with anyone; and, in fact, hi will havo to begin shaking tho Stock is complete in ovory Department. oilicoacekerejpretty soon. P5T Gall and cxamlno his goods beforo buying elsewhere. Vt'XMiS Clotliing and Gents Underwear1 AMI i nil.(JS. w -T-- m ... Do Call io" See n Jlanrtins in Jeans, Plauueld) tits, Table Linon, Yarns, Ac. i. ST.VPL12 DEPAKTMEXT is replete Linscys, w th mes- - j 1 i I Inl i;rrmru. H. IIUCUANAXIiMamol iinptr Htion yMi with name ehrap twit i hiiu'u Aiir. mmv o.v oru row. 1)p Kinj;''1 N'w lhftoiery U t nun ui:wv koii mm:. i'legant lino of (tents' Clothing, lion nf (niiniption, Ougln antl Oehl'. but t the iHd fitting, hot liiudu and the Aiire Toil cr i lie genuine jrfn i.. ehoapot In Hickman. Call nnd eaQ tiisfee mute pn1 ( isny r'i ! if C(mvI. or ju"t ban vnirthl"ir Juat ee them. New Embroideries, amo Don't Iki du'tfWfd but lhUl Up1 New Dress Goods, m Keituitf or iviniia r.c Kvery phVhlclau Is required to U KUrautrtt to give relief In all Thr ati New Dress Trimmings, tegiHter his dlplouut In tho County Imcand t'liwl atleeilonii Trial U't'fJ New Dress btylos Jmnts, (Jlerk's ofllco under a heavy pen tPcatJ CuwltIII Drue Store. v Hr.. Qht..d ninniniiiin U b0UU' nlty. Kew Wrnpn, . mtm ' JaeUetP, Tho Lulu Delmo Dramatic There Is a growing disposition1 ew Woolen Hosiery, (Company played in City Hall, Mon- on the part of the nuumgemeot n( day mid Tuesday nights, to small thratro companies aud all other w Coiiou Hosiery, New Cotton Goods, llOtltU'H. entertainments that visit our little iniiiinlR. iuv city, to set the hour for opening Dr. Jan. M. Hubbard haH "i Xow CnrpetH, the rcitlcueu in Mnst Hick much later than there Is niiyne New Oil Cloth, man now occupied by .Mr. Jack cesslty or reason for. It frequent! New Towels, ;iy hnppens that tho performauees, ewtou. ew Napkins, iiln iiitt ln.fflii ntitU lb ii ti'it tiPri New Table Linen, tirMr. J. ..Straugham,jewcbloi(iUIK reserve heat tickets are er. has recently located iu Hick- - ni xu if n who attend sueh Now SilUs and SatiiiR, New Custom Made Shoes, i.ian, uud is ihw irndy U irpnir eutortalnmonts wcro men of watches, clocks, &c. All KU!ll UdNttre, nuiiio rxcuso might and tho latest style NOVKLTIBS, he iisks Unfair trial, as Ida work l0 had for beginning ho bilutuid! nt the mi: v vi:sr ru& will speak for Itself. Ills shop is continuing until tho night Is well' SMUJ PRICK. on Gliuton street, In the llerendes apem. Hut tho contrary istruo.l unmiiug, iwouoora wc8t oi JUOiC a uuiioriu of tho-- e uhiuiIIv iu i i v man Hank. noviMf tendance are joting men who oc' i. A iii !) Vi ii li 0 u v;i ii Im cupy ponltions ot trust aud re k'ltSrv tr Now that the election excite incut Is about over, let bushiest spoufiiullfty; and tho consequent' l.wa nf uliimi nuiUa tlnttti f Im ti.Vl .uAitui:i. eomo to the front and all forms of day completely for tho proper dts profitable activity. n tMi city, on 1IOMF1KM) AUAMri chnrgo of their duties. tlio lStli lit., at the tvidnre or tin? Things even up pretty well, hrideV broilier Mr. C. M. Adame, li) A Numitl ufterall. Men throw banana skins U. IhlnbrhUo rt'Kul 1IiiiIiiii.Cutint Itct.K M Kin?, Mr. Jai I.. HotitieM MuuU, Kmi on the sldowalk, and then tlio Att to Mim Ua Adams Have i.mpU f CUy Cu , Tex,A)ii banana skins throw men on the Klrctfic Miller with moit liappr rwn'l Tlio wedding wai a verj M'llft Atlnln sidewalk. invited My Itrothf r hU wan very low with M 'a only a few epfriat Wend ri.il Kevcr aril Jnuirlirt1 but wm oiml hjr 1 ti bridt U ii ell knon .ud nccoDipluh i ' ' pur-rb.asc- nly cttUl. not permit any dealer i GOODS,! 9 S Pall and Winter CJHOKS? Well, have been headtjuartcrs for footwear. I should smile! They al ways er sprightly amuin book by l1 truer Cox It in one of the Quoor Pooplo cerleo, tw tJw'j'lpJLrrwl wfltwgto eHS atd MmlUr to Il eompinlon 'Paw and Claws " of which e tld you rceenUy. IhU li one of the funnlenl and brightest hooUs for yoHiitfJieni ue have ever seen. Ihe illu?tratlon are Kptendhl and wilt make the bnyi and gMa ror wllh Uni;h-tr- . The IlWu tl'idi;et. m;j; 4'u a holi-thlook nothing eeuld be more appropriate, nncf hothinv cout--l eonftr greater pltasurt upon th little ontt " Tte NAtlnnat Hpubll can ajic u Evrg pagt i a yieturt and all lAe h ri tnHne i fountain cf fj;i, nnr cutting Has a splendid dock of the very best makes of all kinds of Ilardwaro Jt trill male yonnf eyt Htt " It uill err la'nly Iw wonderfuhy topular. It I pub which are oHerel at OXFP11ICE, and that the very lowest the market nneu ny Mesr. uiinnini uro , o. I'niia ;tlcfit?nq 11 goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. tny. io j ueiniita. Llilcifio. ana Kus lniii person ft desiring a ccpy or an oj-- n ry cliouhl apply. - Thle i th airy, inning tlfta of anoth B. mm Amu ROOEING A SPECIALTY W ta KSNHM I as vou mav bn n stranger in "thee parts will tell you old ritizcu know without being told, as its reputation, described us above, U town ami country topic. Stranger, these few line relate to the well-known, A Xik XD TIIK AMB OF THIS HOUSE? Well, Wi Eh Ses ca sJisala cis e) fhe ce?zemi popular, anil low-pric- ed houe of urrah ! m nnc Stj ii c H. M. MAXWElrU above statement. d '' I Who will bo most happy to have you call and verify The people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich. Littld boys and girls arc singing, little babies arc smiling, and everybody is happy, all caused by tho great OPSBTSNG -- &k&l OF THE PP rassfc lo .MAVO.L ( "I $Z2jlZZXZZEZ1 aHOI9 JSSEcTVHO i:tiucy - K STitli ai, at-- iumo i i Good Wows for GOOD 1TSWS AM ' ?0K ALL!! CAM. AT MB.BBHnMHH..HBBaHaWVHIBav nfini 'llljaUrr oaol lUIMU!llU!i1il.ool:Tinn;aT K B'rj Saodgj ClothJog, Boats, Bkoes Eats $IS?000 Stools, of , A bitter selection of Gents Joins' Military lasur, Goons and Rkadv Maui: Clotuinu, JJoots, Siioi, Hats, and examine the large and elegant Cai's, Ac, than wo have in our jtibt received FtTn-Nism- TllliV A KISIl INVIT1TIOV THAT WII.!, I! Awriiun m i niTunrn Which is offered to the people at really their own prices. G'oofr TJIE NEW YORK STORE has come bye high prices! to stay, and Hickman will soon he on a BIG BOOM! Mrs. TlieliAUIK3 are'Jlliigiiiy ti?nW dinpliiy Kv , vf -- i iriuiincd with Hli(ilANAN9rt of AEWnnUSS rpr GOODS nnd TRIMMINGS. They say they are just too elegant, and so(iu:ai, and all such beautilul shadert. Don't fail to see them before buying, MiflA if Lula Davis, of Vicks bnrtr. Miss., having spent several , Next Thursday is Tiianksgiv montlis with her Mis. U. It. Powell, of thin county, lug day, and our people generally liavo much to be grateful for. Tin rcturuod homo Saturday last. farmers of this section have been 'Jlio ladles mlto socioty of the blessed with good crops, and the Daptist church netted quto a hand havo an abundance of everything some sum from their oyster sup to koep tho wolf from tho door, per Inst Thursday night, though nnd m.tuy of them u littto somewo havo been unable to learn the thing to lay tin for u rainy tln.v. exact amount. Our people havo been blessed with Tho body of young Dr. Sny- health, while those of other secder, one of tlio Nashvillo hunting tions havo been visited with pet party, drowned In tho Mississippi, tileuceand death. Should we nut, neiir Island 10, lust weok, has not then, one and nil, unite in giving bpon rocovoted. A roward of praiso to Him "from whom n'l blessings Howl" $250 Is oITered for its recovery. Tho postmaster hero has been Hishop Dudley reports to the notified that tlio now postal card Missionary Council of the Kpisc will bo issued to all tho ofitees by pal Church that few white men are tho first of the year. Tho now willing to go Into tho field of work card is and soeurcs colored people, aud tint privacy for all mossages written t ainontr tliey themselves prefer clergymen upon it, though no largor than tho of their own race. Thus tho col ' present stylo, or lino runs In religion as well ns Hickman enjoyed an olopn lu polities, It will bo centuiios inout sensation Sunday last. Mr. beforo this country is done with John Kuoorr aud Miss Mattie It. What tho ending will be no ThomnN, made u (lying trip to one can feietell. Troy, Teuiit, where they wore nub ted iu tho holy bonds of mat t i Tho Young Men's Uhilstinu mony. Tho best wishes of many Association will meet at tho Rip friends attend them. May they tist church. Sunday afternoon at ;i o'clock. All aro invited. llvfl long aud prosper. grand-motherHolf-scnlln- g lctimnMy, fd)in; t ikoiiidTeljr Miovr he wouKt have uled, liiil It not lvii for Electric Hiiitnt. wpli IliUgrc.tt rvm"W will ward oft". an cure nil MaUrlnl PKM, nrul for all Kliliu'y, Mvtr fti"l tiom''li I)ioriltrt I'rlco 'Oo and $1, at l utatnld J. W.Cownlir MriiB Store. Ma lti metllchii. Am Mill fict Klectrlo JHtter t I Ii tlf- - " Mr M. I. Wllcnxwii, of More C4f i ( eil yoiin vevi-ra- l alike l.k tMMljr, 'lVin.( ulioro ht Is ),eM Iu much tptct'tu W tlnewlio know licr. The Kroom U a clttten of Tlpiouvillo, Term., Wq extend ood family a nt I conn of a conrutuUtlonrt lo tlio happy pair UJr, of thU citj, but ht for vfr pail, ha taught hoIiooI In line of HATS Irom New York. Also, an endless va iiety of Novelties in KlbbouR, IlinlS, Wings and Feathers. You will find in her store everything kept iu tho Millinery line. Also, u full lino ot Goods for Taney Work of nil kinds. Dverything The lit. Hot. T. U. Dudley, I). I) , MUbop of Kentucky, ban ru ado tho folUiw-itiannoiinrcmiMit of rpUeopKl fUitJtioiu to mi I iliukmati couutiea i , Kuliou riifH'tav and WcduotUy Utc. 1 lit nnd 12tb. Tliekman Tburmlny nnd Friday veil higrt, Pfcloth nnd tth. Oolumbui Sunday a m ami p m t Doc g even-Inp1 1 IGih At prry wrvlco (be MUlmp will preaph HI be for thoftupiHirl and lliucolUriluii of M'Hlorn hi tbo ytatu of Kntuky. t,'nHlnl.ilcrt for ihuuM t lliucly nallie to tbe Kocinr IUv 0. - I'lNDAIt, Keotor. Tulton paper pleao ropy. I- Lot's drop polities now for awhile antl got down to business. Ohiistmas will aoou bo here, nnd it behooves the dealer In holiday goods to let tho people know, through the columns of tho Gou uinit, where tho boM bargains umj bo obtained, v tr . . Of tho xrood thinrs of this mean what ttc say ! that theo goods down at ROCK HOTTOM PRICES, tyul CLOTHING. eomo nnUwn our Domcsllcs at GunsanUe Stititfactivn. Wo are 5e, nndotwdl want 1000 yards 75 Suits worth 3.00 for St. 00. headquarters for all kinds of Rubat that pripe. Wo aro selling ber Goods and Gum Coats, and al- ott Suits worth $7..rl) for 5.00. 10c Domestics nt 8o per yard. 50 irootl Suits at $3.50, ways keoji tbo best brands. Just think ! A good suit for $150, m28 has beon done to secure for her J. Aitnr.uu's Sons. Hig lot 812.30 Suits for 63.50. customers the most choice nnd 75 spring btlo $25 Suits for 20. SH0B8I SIIOKS! tm: i. a ii, it. it. Hue of goods in the market. select Fine Suits at big bargains. None can fail to be pleaded. In this line we offer big bargalusf )( Prcsidont Uishop and tho forratroungo solieitod aud batisfac-tio- eign 81 25Sliocafor8l 00 PANTS. directors of tho nronosed sclM it 1 25 guaranteed. 1 50 f pnlrn Pants at liOu per Iliokmnn nnd Paducah JIa lroad Look! 200 u 1 50 i oo L Nothing Is more Indicative of company, nroJn tho city, and iu nalr. Hiir bargain! dime on k! it 2 o0 I" 2 00 tho general prosperity and ad- conjunction with tho local direc-tora- , Good Pants at S1.00 per pair. u 2 50 n oo 82.00 for 61.25. than the vancement of the South aro holding un Important Pants worth u 5 00 t" largo amount of railioad building meeeting in tlio parlors of the One lot Pants worth 82.50, $;i.00, on within her boundaries. Kientuoutl House as the News 81.00 and 85.00; come got them And so on. Plenso ponder o'or these pnecajt few minutes and for $1.50, 82.00, ea.00 aud 81.00. Outside of Texas, Kentucky lias closes its pges (or tho press . notico the amount of money you )o( led nil tho Southern States, more1 can save. Tj CM; VOL' SMILUf than 137 miles being constructed Ctvvvp tho Children. Thoy aro oa. peclally UaUo to atiili1.ri 10 do;,en Men's Hats nt 25e each. ' lloya' and Children's Shoes of nil in the past threo months. . LOias, rough, Croup, whooping Couch, kinds at prices that will paralyze These are good Hats, and to got I Stock. IV wo will sell &LHlJT3)u 3E3SlX. r IEHxX1I1SU13 - Would you believe it, wo have ii big lot of Towels, with JfaucjL uoruers, i o ecius cacsu A big lot of Calico at 5e, worth tk Our 5o Calicoes aro tho best id the market. )o( , VOU AllKl u I LADIKS, ATTESTIOXI Good fancy bordered haudkcN chiefs at all prices, lied Spreads iivm 75c to 85.00. Laees and Kuibroidcrles iu all vrt rieties at the New York Store; Ootiio and sco our elegant stock of pretty Patterns, at low figures Our stock of Hats nnd Caps wfl offer at very low prices. A big lot Corsets very low. j DKKSS GOODS. -- .r ; lew Book Store I rtc. Wo guArauteo Acker's Kngliah Heinedy a iHisltlvo cure. It saved lioura o? anxious watching1. Sold ly oueyou will have to eomeqtiiok. you with astonishment. a J. W. COWGILL. Druggist. lining ptirchiiAcd Mm V- T. (HrJnerV uMiIro Miock of Hook, Hlnilooery. t'nncjr (jootU, iSio.. I wilt coittlniiu to Urfp oh tiaml nt tlie olil Miiuul, u complete in? of A. Fresh Supply So, kind reader, ai'ter you luno earerully read this advertisement, which is given to you iu good Jailh, we ask you to con- j let SCHOOL JI00K8, nru forrowfully STAriQXBIiV, winch wo will always sell at tho alono on account of Dysjwpslu. Aclccr'rt StiWSPArRRS, Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia, MAUAZIXKS, Jc. lowest market rates. Indlpeatlon tnd Constipation! ftold on n sg-3 J. AMiu:u(ivt Sons. of tha ahovo not In tifU will U An poflltlvo guuruutoo at 23 aud CO cents, ly promptly procun! Upon appllratlou. Druggist. JAW COWGIlili, UmcMimiN Ariilcit sn y o. Conio uiul oo in Tuk ItniT Hkxa-in tho wnrM for Cut, J. CUNT. HLUdOX. c2l In tho Hast no woman is re Ilrulw3(ore Ulcers Mt Kl.eum. levt-deep-dyeIn earnnd Calloway county, on Saturday Sjei( Teller, Cfnippel IIhikN, Chtlhlahi, cognized as nest for worn til's lights, unless hint, voted 850,000 additional to Corns nntl nil Hkln Kriipiioim, and jhhI. she shaves and grows u utustucho. tho proposed Paducah & Tcuucq lively cur Piles or no py leijulrcJ. It MK'iranUct to hIta aiiUfiivttmi. This is one of tho lights tlio pres- seo tnltroati. This makes a total or mono rcfiiniteil. perfect tfft cnt inir t'rieo ent laws allow, aud no man can subscription of 875.O0O by that ho. For Dale hy J. W, lrui- - WVVr0 Staple and Fancy Groceries sider awhile, and ii' you want to save money, mym& USX DOOR TO H. M. OOMB 1?0 s3a :n? 37E3:E3 'aj T d GOLDSTEIN jsb 3 :nr .as at SIASVSLL'S, COLDFABB, jh mfus Das r JIWEKAN, KENTUCKY. say her nay. I county, ffif i BTha rjpirrM f ?!. -- -rV" Zi ,12" t -- - zjzzm&&&:r WHW WWWM lAfiaoitimmpinnfflai mmmmmm: rTjr? lost It, If father hadi't been so harsh with 'Oustus " "He J never havo runaway as ho did. Hut father could norcr ted that ho could donny thing but fartannlUustus did hate farming," Interrupted Mi" Mandy. Hho was the eldest of tho twiX snd,Uustus had been almost llko n ion ntvcll us a petted brother. Fifteen years her Junior, sho had curled his infantllo ringlets nnd buttoned his pinafores with tuotbrly carts and later on taken hli part in tho not dlsputos between him and Ids' item father, who Would not see that tho (lender tad was good for any thing, since he bad neither strength or ability Ucarry on the great farm from which Jonathan Huell bal coined a lariro porttoaof hi wealth. VI nally the lad ran nwyt nad when tho old man died his ulll wis mile so ns to cut off tho son with a psHry handful of bis laincrs wcaun, mo whole or tno large re malnder going to tho sisters This would not havo been so bad, for jjtico could stilt have been dono bad they been given tho control of tholr own! but fearing that they wouia share with their brother, ho had appointed Uussell Osborne olo trustee of tho estate In trust fcr the sisters, giving him absolute control of tho estate, while they could only command tbo Inter 1 1 1' . vi .vni nf wpf sjiw iMiisgP"sist?'jMMBMMlsMCaWtl y iWm?,',! gtfWylimiUMW THE AMBITIOUS Anurti TURKEY. 1 r tVVMton tor this piper Iff A mood. mmtsm mTITTTTTm 1113 old in yirrt u 1 farm I 1 TOlffir b It With my talent and beau t y. that I, 1 tire high. m tired to was born to death of mean Inglcii clack Of these the Mandy nnd Serena, old, poor, and alone In their old age, touched n very tendnr chord In his heart, and ho entered into the Idea of tbo surprlso heartily. Il was tho week beforo Thanksgiving, and tbo sisters wore washing up tholr little pan of breakfast dishes. Tho meal had been scant and the dishes In consequence wcro few In number. It nppoars to roo 1 could eat a wtiole ham If I nad It," sighed Miss Herena, as she put a crust to soak for Thomas Jeffer son, "but buying ham at twenty cents a pound Is qulto different from going to one's own smoko houso for one. I declare I got so hungry last night that I dreamed about THE COMMONWEALTH, from alt tut tbre small counties In thts Stato give Cleveland 181,891, Harrison 153,732; Cleveland's plurality, 27,6 GO. The remaining counties will mke the Democratic plurality about 28,000. Tbs total voto Is the largest ever cast In Ken tucky. The registration of votes for the city election In Frankfort, to take place Dumber 8, shows 1,113 voters. At Louisville, Oca Washington, in In sane Inmate of the was shot dead tho other morning by Wro Garr, a nurse, Washington had been regarded si harmless, but suddenly became violent, endangering the life of Oarr and others. The shooting It considered to have been In Rnunxs alms-hous- Thui muted a lone cobbler, tho list of the brood be eyed his companion! In quarreUome IhelrYlurk' and their "quack. fowls " enor a n t Hh t- It" of town I long for the cultured mrroundlnjf AnJ a share of tho world's coodly pralso and rrnown, I m not a tuvm turkey, I'm almost a bird" And, suitinj ihe action at once to the word, Jle flopped hia great wings In excitement and Just afewfcctln air when ho Itt In a slough. rtn almost a peacock,' undaunted he cried, Atid down wont bis broad double-chtn flew In Its est pride. And then, with the rustle and n r of high birth, lie spread out his feathers for all they Hero worth, And strutted and trilled In his voluble way Till tho awe stricken ruUryLrlbe fled In dismay. "Look, ids, that thtro turkey," quoth old Farmer llrown. Who appeared at this moment, TU take right to town; Day. He'll go Hue ahotcakoonTbanksglln Come, gt on yer flxln't, and don't yer delay, I'll give yer too pnwu to utl tit A wig leotle mite, fur ho's oncommon fat." Buch low, booitsa Jargon of course was not PO- -' clear Totfcl elegant bird's most fs&tldlout oar; flo ihey trotted him oft to the great distant town Where a fashionable family gobbled him down, Admired and prahed as the Uncrcit tnt&t It erer had been thetr good fortune to eat, Mid "cultured surroundings' he melted away, lis dreams moro than real'sod King for 1 dry! , m , Jcma IL TnArcn, INSTITUTION. Tho Surprise- - A Truo Skotcii. fttetory or a Thnnksfflvlng to be. This would havo bccnlmpl for all their r.ecds, laco cUrtalus anjlatrtp to Kuropo Included, had they chosn to uso It, but tho saving Instinct oil the UuoIU was strong In them, and therVcrc economical, leaving all tho moro for Hussell O bo rno's scheming, araloneflno morning they awoke to the sons ksjovrlodge that ho and his bondsman had tabled, and that tho Huoll property had gontsjrltb tho rest Tho Osbornes lived nare lavishly than before, but tho property as In tho wife's name, v hero the law cou1! not touch It, and the Huell sir's grew cMs&d faded undr tho senso of their wroisjs and eked out an uncertain livlutr up(rf a small vlllaco property which bad bccaVparcd from tho general wreck. It havln Velcugcl to their 'n the will propmother and not Inclerty. What had er possessed Jonathan Huell to plaCo"ch an unlimited trust In a man as Russell Os-the hands rno Is 'il a mvstcry; but In his unfort toward bis son ho ha 1, as tho unate saylrw poe, bitten his own noso off, and to enrich gira his wealth deprived ono who had no his own family r'rfht to It, and of even n decent living from tho proceeds or his tire or ton, ana r me sleek and vencrablo Mr, Osborne wis not haunted by his accusing spirit, he certainly deserved riot-gib I been a bearing down on mo all the morn ing, u hat is a going to become of us In our old nco. You and me can't work nlways, and the thought of a Ihutt being dependent on charity and hero Mis- Mandy's voice becamo lost behind tho pantry door whoro sho bad gone, ostensibly to set up u couple of teacups nnd a pitcher. Bho was still thero feobly rattling the crockery when a shock headed boy stuck his head into tho door, "Say, bee'rd tho news, Miss Huelll" he bawled out "Mam told mo to como ovcr'u tell yer that tho '2 40 express Is all smashed up over to Lexington, an1 old Huss Osborne's kilt Ab's gono atter htm nu'U bring 'lm back termorrer." "Why, tho land sakos, Lem Harkrr, you don't say," cried Miss Serena, with uplifted hands, aro you a telling tho truth or a fibbing?" but tho boy's mother had called him away from a game of marbles to deliver tho message, and he was half way back to bis play. "Did Ierr," and Miss Mandy sank Into a chair with tho traces of tears still bedewing her spectacle 'in the mldt of life wo are In death. It ain't much use to worry, Serena, about whaVU happen to "Don't, Berena," said Miss Mandy, with a queer little tremble in her voice, " It has thank you, follow citizen,11 said tho pnlo, scholarly president of tho female eominory, who had boon called upon to president 11 rati (lent Ion meeting, 'for this unlooked-fo- r honor. Wohavo met to express our honrty indorsement of tho party candldntoa presented for our tuiffrnges. An now w1 " of this n88crablyP,, "VhrtL tho matter with FurgusonP" called out n boy In tho tack evnt; nnd tho audi enco, na ono man, responded vociferHo'si nil r!ght!n "If ously! Mr. Ueosall Wright la Inthonudlcnco," said tho bewildered chntrmnn, "ho will jdenao como forward to tho platform." Chicago Tribune Rnlld Vestibule 'train Now run throuRh dally, over tho Gmut Hock Island Kotrrr, between Chicago and Colorado Bprings, Denver and Pueblo. Simi- 'I Eruption of the Skin Cured. nROCxvitXB, Ontario, cakapa, have used HnAXpRKTn's Pills for the past fifteen years, nnd think them tho best cathartic and antlMUeu9 rmdy known. Kcr sctao five yonra I suffered with an eruption of tho skin that gavo mo great pain nnd annoyance. I tried different blood remedies, but, although gaining strength, tho Itching was unrelieved. I finally concluded to take a thorough course of Pills. 1 took six each night for four nights, then five, four, three, two, lessening each tlmo b one. and then for ono month took one every night, with tbe happy result that now my skin Is perfectly clear and bas been so over since. Co. Van NET. 1 DnAND-ntrn- December s, IfWa. 1 Tint's Pills Tot araeoatlvenesa Ihe mtdlrlne snnst 's Alterative and Cathartic Properties. Tut'" PIIU lhe qnralltUa 1st Tonic, uiiruilueol decree, nud be'tnrethmn aptirsnttvri lusatntf is must couialn TKr Ss&rf' s rHs frWagm This Ordinal HadYrorMReaarniedlHetetle r 1'rrpnralloa la a HnbatsBf t.MtlVAM,KI PUUITYsnid IlIEUIClNAh WOKT1I. A solid m tract derlrvd by a now process from Tery superior irrewthsor wheat nothhur more. It tu Jtttlr i;ulMt vis ri)ttitUi cf islif A STANDARD DIETETIC BEPARATIOH, And has lcn rreommentled and certified to by a Inrirn number nftlirmlati end 'h)sloUns rtpreeiitlntr a Ycry hltfh dtrce of uillcal OTrJssfrHsstSKr in tt luu( bo Speedily Restore to lh bowela prlstaIUo their Sold Everywhere tain titual ulll tu rcgulstrKy. e, Is" I ito r -- k A" Augustus Huell came homo when his father died, and beard the unjust will read (.Written for this paper J with anger nnd disdain, snd bud scornful 2C and two nre eight ly received tho pittance loft for him, and tin! tbroo makes turned his back oh tho spot which had o tno hateful to him, and for twenty years eleven. No, Mandy. It's of no uso trylnc tho sisters had heard no word from him, tomaVc oleven hll whether he was dead er alive, lie had ling's stretch over n parted from them In anfer, believing that din they were satisfied witu trm will, and had Thauk?Flvlnfr ner. If wo have one thoughts of bitterness toward them, as b3 at all wo want a imsginca them In the eujoyment of tbo cood one, ao we'll wealth which should have been shared "TIMT1 JrT L1KK OXK OP JUS CATERS. I ju&tKtve It up and with him. Tho mony hd projpered wonhave bread and milk, derfully In his hands, and tho boy who us If wo can only scratch up .v. and try to bo thank Would not, and could sot, make a farmer, onough to supply our needs 1'oor A has been estst tubed at ful on that," nr.d the had pro vol himself an Immense success In Uussell Osborne," and the man's misdeeds 'sgMkMtt Zj ?' withered llttlo old another branch of business of which bis and crooked lifo was forgotten for the Oakley, Hath County, and Mag nre Santnald nut back tho pitiful inheritance bad formod tbo nucleus tlmo In their pity for his violent and un- ders ccmmlxrlcncd postmaster. dejected pilo of nlcklca and small change and while tho sisters arc hovering over the timely end. Trie Republicans of Wolf Creek, near Into her old blnek pocket-boowith a s gb waning firo In tho shabby room, the broth The sisters wcro shivering over a lato Oensboro, ratified tho election cf HarriWhVh fnr from fM ve. rr, whomthoyaro bo willing, occupies an breakfast on Thanksgiving morning, which son and Morton tbe other night, and the Tho wind fjavo a mournful Uttlo chirrup elegant homo In a Western city, of watch was clear and frosty, when tho morning jollification nai brought to an abrupt mltcamo around tho corner of tho old ho is a thriving cltlica tram from tho West rolled Into tho sta- close by tbe explosion of an anvil, which house, and Miss Mandy shivered and drew "Ilow shall wo spend Thanksgiving this tion. wm Udng fired on the occasion. A frag Iter fadeJ shawl cloo around her year, mydearP said Mrs. HuolL "Well," remarked Miss Mandy, dlscon nirnt of the flying Iron struck John Freererm malic shoulders as she replied: "My, Bho was a large, portly woman, with a solatcly, as sho poured the tea they al man, killing bfm Instantly. Tito or three my, Bcronu, to think of ui coming down pleasant face and booed, sympathetic eyes. ways drank tea In the morning, saying to bread and milk for a Thanksgiving Tho family ucro sitting In tho family that it woke them up for the day Utter others were moro or less Injured. One dinner. I declare It's enough to mako tLo sitting-room- , soft wlta velvet rugs and than coffee rlyeon pie Isn't tho ten piece of the anvil flew nearly two hundred bones of tho Buclls rattlo In tholr graves rich carpets, and luxuriously furnished; derest citing yards that ever wa but It's better baptistand smashed the window of the if they kneurof t," Church. A costly memorial chanevidently tho Huell love of economy had than bread and milk for a holiday dinner. I llWVii hope tuny dGnVsa'd Jttss Serena, not been transmitted t tbo son, That was a bright Idea of yours Herena, delier In the church tas bruktm Into fragas she roao to put her money In the bureau "I havo not thought of tho matter, to catch those pigeons though I did ex ments. drawer, rBht hand corner., and tucked un- Martha," replied Augustus Huell, abstractpect to seo you break your neck a climbThe warehouse and ofllccs of W. II. a pilo of lunoccnt looking handkerder edly; ho was a man ef forty ing that ladder Into tho loft " & lire., wholesale dourdeaters, Louchiefs. 'Korher Huell thought ho was five now. 'I had such a strange dream "Well, Mandy, I just couldn't let the isville, were burned the other evening. leaving u provided for life when he znado last night that It has kept me thinking of day go by without samo kind of meat that vriU, and hero wo aro so poor that it's tho old homo all day.' vlttles," replied Miss Herena, apologetical- Nearly fhe thousand barrels of flour were a temptation to think of idling the cat" "Fie, father, to allcv a dream to keep ly; It certainly was a little of a frisky per- destroyed Lose on building and stock, , ''gelling tbo cat I" echoed Miss Mandy, in you looking so soloua all tho nvenlng," formance for a woman of her age, climbing flO.tWO; Insurance about 3000. n shrill tonoof surprisa "Soil Thomas said Miss Kitty, ft srrtffhtlygirl of seven- ladders In search of wild birds. "Mebbe TniRTY-aihave ten disJefferson ! You must bocrazy, Serena, aud, teen. continued In this State during tbe last six the exercise 'Jl do mo good." besides, who's a buying cattf" antn, and yot not at 'I was nt home Serena, what Is that hack months. "Hless "Captain Thompson effered mc a dollar hrtm," resumed tbo father, "for all was I topping us enr dnr for " rtrliiltnej at Thr IxmUvtlle Southern now has Its detrr him yesterday. Ho had heard what a so changed that there was nothing home- Mandy, Irrelevantly and pushing her pots and stations alt arranged permasplendid mouscr hoI and hs big houso like about it." up on top of her head In her ex- nently, and every station Is the. proud glasses up there is Just overrun with mice." "Just sco how romltll Fido plays with citement, of leaving them on her owner of one of the handsome lm tilings . ''Wo might runt him or lend him for an ac- this paper, papa," crild Hollo, a golden- - noso to soo Instead with. line of tho Southern from commodation, but tiff blm. 'Locta's Thomas haircd llttlo fellow or ten, tossing up a " I declare If I don't a' most boliovo that's that adorn the Jenersou, tio nud MI?s Mandy's foot newjpper as he spoke Fido, a snowy '(Justus," Joyfully exclaimed Miss Serena, Louisville to Harrodsburg. tapped down emphatically on tho bare pet doj of the poodle species, caught It In as a E.ncoukaued I'V Its past success. It man jumped out with an immense floor. bis teeth, throwing it up and catching it turkey, tho legs sticking out from its npjears that the Kentucky Midland railold houso had been comfortably again as a cat worrlos a mouse. ,Tho brown paper cover In his arms; "that's road Is altout to make a very valuable exrrrpotedin t mes past, but In tho sitting It was an old newspaper, and had como tension of its line from Its present terroom holes and patches had become tho into tho houso around a package during just like one of his capers, 10 come home and his dinner rulo and carpet tho exception, and when tho day, and as the do? In his antics old bring hobbled to with him," and tho minus at Frankfort southwesterly toLouisto a connection with tbe ladles tho door as fast as Miss ManJy had nearly sprained hor nnklo dropped It near Mr. Huell'sfeet, ho stooped by catching her too In ono of the dilapida- and picked it up, obeying an impulse for ttclr rheumatic limbs would carry Urm, ville Southern. while Mrs. It u ell. Kitty and Hollo were Considerable damage was done to the tion's they tore it uplndMgust and con- which ho could not account as ho smoothed getting out with their heavy baskets of verted It into a bed for Thomas Jefferson It out and laid It upon bis knee. Hotel Nicholas, Mcholasvllle, by the exgood things. in tho woodshed but winter was coming plosion of a sixty percent, dynamite tomb "Why. Martha," ho ext 'aimed. In ex "If this don't beat all the surprise par on, and tho baro floor was far from com- - cited tones, "it is a copy of our eld homo other night. Unknown parties Inties I ever heard of," said Miss Mandy, tbe xortauie for tho rheumatic bones of tho paper. What strange chance has brought bomb In a beer-ke- g In front of while a happy to.ir stole down her chce. serted the pocr old sisters. it to ray hand!" Tbo table wai set as it bad not been beforo the hotel saloon, and after the explosion Borne kind soul had given them a Ho looked it over, but itr..nco names d stories tbe upper nnd rug which they laid in tho warm- alone met his eyo until he turned It over, in year, not only with the goodly contents windows In shattered. One lowor of Iron piece were found est corner by tho stove, hovering over It as when an obUuary paragraph caught his of tho baskets, but w.th tho Huell heir tren looms of linen and silver which ha J boon hoop went through tho they sat In their rocking chairs to knit on attention. som and was Imbedded at the extreme end unusually cold days; still it was a Yery It was a notice of bis sister El ecu's stored away ss far too good for use. windows are poor apology for tho warmth and comfort death and a short sketch of tbo Huell sisThe pigeon pie had been sent to a poorer of the aisle. Tbe were fired of a carpet. ters, their loss of fortuuo, a notice of him neighbor, and tho turkey amply filled its shattered. Several pistol-shot- s windows from the "i'oor 'Loctal" sold Miss Bsrcna. Well, solf, and tho mourning of tbo sitters for plaoo, whllo tbo sisters fairly beamed with through the happiness and content Every trace of a outside. hho's whero sho don't need any ThanksgivAnother bomb exploded svl h their long-los- t brother. ing dinner," and her eyes wandoroJ to "So that rascal, Itussolt Choree, bas misunderstanding between tbcm and Ous less damage. Tbe barkeeper, Andy Hsg-giward tho window through which could bo contrived to scoop In their fortune, has had been swept away with a few earnest opened his eyes u hen he found a long been tho tops of tall shafts cf marble out- - hoi" ho said, wrulhfully. words and they were happlr than thy dynamite cartridge, with fuse und cap atI huve duuo inf had ever expected to be ugaln. i1 wintry ftnfnt It ,vas wrong, Marth. to lenrc tho o !on to tached, placodon tbe floor behind ths bar tho vlllune burial ground and only six the mercy of such a man." "Those auutle are going home with us, counter. Ills life and the building ere weeks before Klocta, tho youngest of tho you have," replied Mrs. papa, ttrcu'l IhvyP aud ICltty smiled up saved by the failure of the fuse to ignite. "Of couro sisters, had been laid to rest there. Huell, regretfully. 'They were not to into Mandy's wrinkled fnoo. "There U Dunixa the Republican ratification at "Iworder if tho mansions in Heaven bUmo because your father wronired you." ample room there for all of Us, wud wo cu X?rhnlasvllte, the other night, a most pophaye carols and nice furniture; I do hope "Hut 1 fancied they endured tho wrong bo so happy together." so, and that there'll be something llko lace too patiently at tho time," repl.ed Mr, "La, child," replied Miss Handy, feebly ular young lady was Instantly killed, shot curtains, for I have always wanted some Huell, "though I can soe now that It was protesting; It looked very inviting to her to through the head. Miss Katie CofTmsD, roiilaca curtains, and I've never teen any only their undrmonstratlvo ways which have a homo of plenty and some ono to love daughter of a is Idow. Mri. Sarah Coffin an, jctlhat just suited my Idea," &ud ML seemed &o &Ad aud Indifferent. I havo and take care of her "What would you pro ed lo U tho victim. Sho was tho eldWindy's eyes rested disapprovingly on tho more of the impulsive Churchill blood In do w;th a pair of old women like us la your est of six daughters and about twenty-fiv- e windows, the well worn and faded shades my veins whilo they are all Hoeil " grand home." years of age. She was sitting In the winof which couvcyed no Impression of "Do wlthyou.why.set you up with a room dow of the residence of IL JL Crow, just "Well, then, If there has been a wrong IwauW tu htjr iuIuiL Sim had a weakne your own, with a servant to take care dvi.6 the r.rt thing to do Is to n&ht it," of IL Ilolil Nicholas. Tho procesfor late, and in tho childishness of ago said lively Kitty, with tlmHy practicality. or you, ana witnattoi us to love you, 01 oppoi-lsion had Just passed by, but In front of the mlRht easily have been extravagant in "And that means to give Fido bis paper course," replied Kitty. gratifying her tastes bad sho the oppor- again," said Hollo, as the Httlsdog looked It seemed tike a gigantic undertaking at hotel and In the windows were young men tunity, But I novcr expect to havo them up at his lost plaything with s beseeching first to the sisters, who had nover been out firing Smith & Wessons In tbe air. The now this side o Heaven." wntno. Mr. Huell tore out tbo item and of their native State, to go ' Out West," fatal shot that struck Miss Coffman In the La, Mandy, how you do talk," and Miss nnd the Huell pride rebelled somewhat ut left temple Is supposed to have come from Bereua shook her heal reprovingly, "as it the idea of being dependent upon oven a window In tho second story. the Lord would spend Ills tlmo making "Gustus," but all their objections wero U ion oe and Harvey Blessett, father and lac curtains, or as if thero Is any thing ovcrrulod, and they were made ready for son, were killed by Joe and Sam Logs don, sotI in them " tho journey by tho experienced and skill two brothers, at MUIerstown. Well, aud why shouldn't thero be, ful bands of Mrs. Huell and Kitty, While an anvil was being fired at ChapSerena lluolU Isn't this worlJ Jut full of Restitution seldom comes In the real lin, the other evening In celebration of the oor folks, who havo never had the chauce course of llfe,butltdtd It, this case. Hussell Republican victory, It exploded, so manto uso tho sparkling diumonds or tho gilt (lshornn had a son, who had always betn icring gold, and alt tho beautiful thln? ashntned of hU father' crooked ways, and gling the legs of Tyler Mudd, a colored Ho has furnished mitorlal for and given as soon cs ho could nettle the affairs of the blacksmith, so as to require their amputa-tlopeople the understanding to mako; and from tbo elfects of which he has since estate, ho sent tho sitters, now bapptty why shouldn't they have their chance after tied. domiciled tu their Western home, a gener mm wgrn mm ucir pincuiQg and wrongs of the past. 1 D. Howabd Kisoaid, of Kentucky, has ous atonement for the scrimping li overV een elected pres!dent.of tho class it the "Well, Mandy, you can have your lace Miss Horcua Mared at her sister in curtains at last," said Miss Kerenu, with a current year at tho Columbian Medical Colam xetrent, tho Idea was 10 entirely novel hysterical laugh, as tho letter, which aclege, Washington, D. C Mr. Klncaid Is tliathho hid no words In which to combat companied tho pipers, was folded away, of Boylo County. it evea if sha had tho dcslro, Hor yo "but I'm ufruld my buues uro too rheu Wm. Wood, while under arrest for an foil after a moment, and sho meekly ralsad mallcy to venlur on tho ocean v'ge." outrage committed on his stepdaughter, a stick of wo d nnd added It to tho wanMns. F. It Howard. suicided at Owensboro, ing tiro. Thomas Cauh, Jiu, was killed by the ac"I do hopo," sho said, reflectively, that MftjiL. Cured of Gambling. cidental discharge of a gun, near Mara-villtterc'lllia water In Hcaveu, for I've al ways, longcu lor a sea vovairo and I'm "WHAT rOOMtll CiinATUUs Wtt AltEl" "I don't gam hi a," said a never so iorfcctly happy as when looking Wimjb Pehkikb, abllndloyof Oh tossed the paper back to ti dog a he re- man about town, as ho entertained somo of uii 1. bucdi ui wuiorj sucn a soothing, marked! has Invented a writing machine for My futher broke his friends recently. "You are qulto Kitty, and comes over mo, Mandy. I reiiiui icenng me of It at tho start. I used to be a wild tbe blind by which tbe ordinary characters do you say tospendIi?ThnnksgIvlng cant explain why, but It's nature and I what your aunts F' sort of n boy, even ufter I was In business. used In writing by persons who have lost with can't help It" ' place one day and met their sight can be produced as readily at Oh! that would hn lra1..H! tn1lv1 I stopped into "Of courso there'll bo water there," Kitty, clapping The Invenhands teofully; "poor, two of my acquaintances, and we fell to the letters upen a rcpnoj miss Mundy, briskly. Hho had lonely shaking dlco. When wo quit 1 walked out tion is extremely simple, being on old ladles. WtVUmako them a cherished thoso oddly unorthodox Ideas for Thanksgiving tbe with 173 In my pocket Toe next dy I was surprlso pary and carry our principle. somo tlmo, but In secret, fearing her sisown dinner " utiny )Kstand when tho hour for closing Henrt Kuiin committed suicide by ter would laugh at them. ''Doesn't It 'It may be thoy aro roaly needy, and, as came my father took mo to one side und shooting himself at Louisville. loll In Hovclatlon ubout tho I liver of You wero out Injit nlghtl' I said Kitty proposes, under th guise of a sur- said: L'f Michael GonMLxr was Instantly killed and If there's green fields why I told htm Yes. 'How later ho askoJ, shouldn't there bo lakes and rUcrs, too. prlso wo can carry all themuterlals for an until quite late, 'Shaking dlcol ho asked, and John Hayes fatally Injured by an ex dinner," Msontod Mrs. Hut 1 do say, Be ran a, what foolish plosion of dynamite In a quarry near Lexand I' ho said Huoll. they 1 owucd up. 'With when we had tho means of uro not "Of course, In prepared for suci,m unexpected I owned up again. You won 175 from ington. gratifying these Inuocont likings, that Influx daughter of Jeremiah 11 ho usked An I told him that be was Into their family." mo went on a boarding and boarding just h merry evening wti ipent by tho right I'Have I you got It with you yet I' he Sullivan was run over by a wagon ' at llko all tho family before us, uutll wo young had. 'tet mo have It,' he Covln.ton, and fatally Injured. people In planning for tho coming nskod. said nan notmug to hoard." but Geo. IlALLAim, Huell talked said, und I counted It out 'I want to uo Hopklnsvlllc.wai "It was tho Huoll blood In us," and journey, matterMr and 1H. faces. Klectu and pay It back to -- , ho sutd, 'Ho Is cidentally shot at ofthe celebration acover the with gran Miss Keren a shook her bead mournfully had been tho beauty of tho family, and, going around town saying thut you boat railroad election the other night, of the and Ilea 'Hut If I was tollo my llfo over acain In ono senso, his You are my son, and I him out of I'd havo a trip to fcuropo out of tho Amanda occupied fuvorU sister, though don't want It thing of that kind said In a critical condition. any more of a mothor's Ledano.v claims tbe champion ruviug iMjioro any uotiyu get a place to him after his owr. ih"' mother's death, about my family ttupposo you had been woman Aunt TU Furdy, aged 12L old chunco to swludlo us out of them." and tho thought that she ould bo missing working for somo ono elso. This report He Toere's no lack of luco curtains In from tho family circle would havo cott you your situation.' I mother was 133, and the JJibleofher ! one, u wti a owner Is put In evidence, as thereHcsell Osborno'4 grand bouse, and ho well us tho fear that s had d od In got to thinking about It I thought If that former had his tr.p to Kurope." said Miss Mandy, privation and poverty, in Is tecorded the blith of Charlotte when, had ho was the way men did who gamblowlthyou lf 1 Iml to go with bis consclcnco 1 known of their !os of fortune, ho would It was better to drop them. And I havo Bchuck In 1750, and tho birth of this daughshould to hIi tho ho.it beforu 1 so gladly havo supplied and novcr shaken dico or played curds for ter In 1707, when the mother vtas but sevgot liulf uuy over," und MKh rxrenu's he bitterly reproached tterysUc-cd.V, )'. Star, enteen years old, snnself that he money from that day " t)c iLuiind Jlcmdy Lohiiul htr kIbcs. had ui lowed himself to riiiln Indifferent A nuiiOLAn entered tie residence of C. 'I wmidor liro '(Justus Is," hIih uddi'd, to their welfnre so long Koitunwtt may tuko from Hfelti delights; 1. Attuore, llcnciul I'as.enger Agent of His ainters In In u fiitlo tone. l tell you, .Mundy, I'io poskCHsloii of tho estate, part of vhlch but, thank Oodl thoy run never taku lis alwjyj filt u If thro un n wrong stick, ho considered belonged Uhlinsolf, ho had duties. At tho lowest ebb of dejection no the LouKvllIe und Nashville railroad at Loulnvllle. and succeeded In getting ana iuy to tli it Uivaur, and it's no wundor wo ro curded with partlul indifference, but still havo much to da i', D, .Vuuiff with sOOOiu money, silver afcd Jewtlry, bo-crosT-orriC- E Thk following Kentucky pensions were granted on the lAtht John O. Meyer, Hawthorne; Andrew G Blinker, Center; Jas. W, Morris, Hartford; Jas, P. Dollar, (lit tings; Joshua Mlnear, Tolleswro; Thomas Masters, Kdenton; Jas. A.Tomerlin,Rock port; Jas, A. Vlers, ElUabethtown; John Johnson, Langnan; Thomas Teake, Cbl cago; William (Jeer, Knst Point; Mary, mother of Henry F.Meece, Somerset; ntdowof Jas. Morton, Lynn; Hester, mother of Jas. T, dreen. Bowling Green. Tom Cax.tox, of Cincinnati, was defeated by Wm. Muldoon, of Now York, in a wrestling match at Louisville, a few nights ago, A STHASnen named Gray was ma over and killed by a freight near South Car roll ton, the olher night Thk Kentucky Millers AMOclatlcn met at Lexington. KmmctUavt, colored, was run orer and fatally injured by a steam engine during a railroad celebration at Hopklnsrilte, Chap. a bratcmsh, fell from a moving freight train, near Guthrie, ami was Instantly killed. ititu 8am STKiNnsna, of Proctor, hsi been appointed a Storekeeper and Gau;er by the Commissioner of Internal llevcnuo. Dviuxj the past six months one band red nnd seventy-eigh- t new postoMcei bave been established In this State and Demo cratlc postmasters appointed. Ll'Cie.v Jom:s, president of the City Dank and a leading merchant of Hepttns- vllle, was married the other monung to Mlss8iilell. Hteete, daughter of the late Dr. Moses Steele, Ox the 10th at Louisville, tho jury In the Dilger case announced that they considered the effort to argue with 'Squire Welser hopeless, and Judge Jackson directed that they be dismissed from further service. The case Is placed on the docket fir December 17, Dilger seemed to bo much disappointed at ths result as he erpard to bave counted confidently on tbe eleven jurors who wero for banging raaking a compromise verdict with 'Squln Welser, and thus secure a penitentiary janlsh-melVn-elop- e, nt Tna best war to make light of a troublo-nm-e nnto Is to pet possession ot It and burn It HVsfern Iltncvnan. be followed by no penitential panes, ihe irtsncptlc, to regain digestion and oxllo forever the manifold symptoms that assail him, should betflu earlr and persist In a Then courseof Hostelter'sKtotnschluiters. will he find peace vainly sought lcfore, lllllousncss, constipation, kidney allmcuta aud debility ore remedied by tho HI Iters, past w HI lar Fast vestihuib Eiprcss Trains, between Chicago nnd Council I Huffs (Omaha) rd between Chicago and Kansas City and HU Joseph, Thco trulns aro equlnnetl with ow and elegant Day Coaches, Uccllnlng Chair Cars, Dining Cars (east ot the Missouri river) and Pullman Tatace Bleeping Cars, heated throughout by steam and havest of ing all tho modern Improvements. 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Inflammations, orUnllkn thtwm ptrtmratlons ms'lo from anlmat For Congestions, Iuous nutter, which are liable to stlmu Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Cold In the laUthebrahisndlrntatrthodtffratlvourrmiis, Chest, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lum-b.ig- It embniowi lu Its clrtncntary eompoaltluis Strong Bono nod Sciatica, Pains In tho Small of That whloh makes makes Good Flesh Musola, that which the Back, etc., more extended, longer nnd Blood, that which lo easr of Dlftes-tlo- n, continued and repeated applications nvar Constipation, that whloh la Kind nnd Friendly to tha Brain, nnd that aro recessary to effect a euro. whloh Acta aa is 471 INTEUNAL Dow tlnnl Oiaordara Pravantlta of thoaa Intea PAINS.Onthe Ifir Stomach, Cramps, Spasm, Sour And wblln It (MlnolJntol to Childhood ld(Acult to concdre nf or dtwrt moro mutiny and Stomach, Nausea, Vomiting, Heart anrthtn In iluIUiouvor more nourVhlnsud atrcnitiseii burp DIarrhosa, Colic, Flatulency, ltir as an ailment In Ibtths, Vl'lmoaahv Fatnng Spells, are) relieved Instantly ConrLADrra, llASTKtTta, DiarrraiA a?i luntLiTT, us and fljlckly cured by taking Internally tirfXRAi, all Intestinal rare mrdtrinal n eDllmco In 0Kt,tcuH In ai directed. 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