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THE OLDEST NfcWSlMgU 1$ WESTERN KENTUCKY. :r: . ."fe:.-cr- r :rtrr? - ,' ,, J. ,u. start: A Ilralttmai SALE BILLS, -- jr - :i . i V;0" ENVELOPES, i,ETTErt HEADS, .. 4 Pricooi Subscription, $150 H. IIOCIMNAM, KSTABLISUJiD MM. It In AmXAKIIKII. HICKMAN, FULTON OODNTY. KiflTUOKy, FRIDAY. OCTOJWMtY, CURRENT TOPICS. ULUVVJN Sk iSSO." I'rtl, I'. VOuSFd. PHENOMENON. O-t- DII.L HEADS, ' INVITATIONS, ETC., CAtL AND SEE TJS. if lULTZER, Cashier. I Rkadi.no, Po Uxik plaen at Lallln A Rand's Pow m Wdrks, near Cressona, twonly-flv- o Beliitr regularly orgniilrocl nnd roudy for business, wo respectfully solicit no mora Bol.llcru' rcnnloiii. KAA IhkhU a rty w)rn tlir wan from horo yostorday. One of tho wo tho hUoiiuK of nil. All collections mnde for depositors frco of charge. men trcxl on a rock, producing a n rornflt'ld tliroo yrarn no. Approved pnpor running throo or four months discounted nt tho rate of Tiik (lerinnn Hmrwror lianplvcn lili wnich caused tho explosion, liverrt per cent, per annum. was wrecked for snuaros around, Vi portrait to Lord Salisbury. of tho powder company's bouses w In Franco tlio Rovrrnnipnt runs tlio blown to stoma. Samuel Felt: !D 1 ,' tobacco ami match bualniw. of Heckvlllo, aged 20, and W; H. BUCHANAN. A IIoto. t hotvl J. M. REED. that It Is bprott, aged 20, emploves, woro lit O. BALTZER. B. M. ALEXANDER. . near to I'hllllp n rooks' church. W. O. JOHNSON. J. W. ALEXANDER. ally blown to pieces. Their rcmal l'isii havt been caught In tho (lulf o( had to bo gathered up in. bags and b, California at a depth of ,4ik foil knts. Henry Reed was driving pat.1 In tho Ilclman (Slex ) prlaon arc fifty-fo- pon-uc-r -- " T.1 ZZMlZlsZ. vuEi LiiL-- iiJ Tn itihi l rmmtmmimaarAMmmmmmwomwvm -. limnlprcrajcojjdcnint'djuatlwtlin7s.MI!M a jHro Ineli ot Bff body :klnlr outtho llahtsanAplahg. hariWtf.oSStPlophorifs-morlias beon fouqd. Tbo nolgbborlflKtrnM , )Amkki(j.v nry thing into darkness. Up. to thmfthd rwt of wereTbdapattcred with blood and frag." his hour (2 a. m.) flvo bodies havo been 'URRMAjty Is makln; strol flywhPoU. rocnts of horso and man. George tyken out of tho sleeper, and it is foared They do iloubio tho apod of cant Iron. Klpp, James Kaltncr, Albort Zessmari tho total number ot deaths will run Ak Ohio man has written Jay (Jould A and James Klnsel aro among tbo most up twenty-five- , and possibly moro, as Ix'Mlnif letter ovury day for tho lant 110 seriously Injured. Tho two iorroer may tho was full. It Is diUlculttogot dto. Portions of tho buildings and ma- pnrtlcVJars at this hour. It was Just by jays. H.N(ii,i3ii noblemen aro beginning to chinery wero burled ISO foot, and tho a mlracV that tho disaster was not renDors oil kind of Machine Work. Kopalrlng ilono with Nenlnr mid d. pntcli. Invest largely In real ifato In Ausshock was folt ilvo nnd six miles away; dered tcVold moro tcrrlblo, Within Wo gnaninteo nil wn do to glvAHatisfiietion. Hnving located with naw tools tralia. Manypcoplo thought it was an earth JlCB jhlliuVs' alter Iho crash the Meat nnd tho host Machinist In the Wost, wu solicit n shun) o( yinir Initio Tiikiii: M a mulo In Cambridge, ()., quake. Tbero is not a house In Cressona oxprAs ca.t camo tearing along on tbo Ui was not all shat- fourf) track t the rato of thirty miles yetirn old and .t)ll wIioho window-glas- s Pipe-Filling- s, Brass Goods, &c. coiislanlly on liaml. "tld to worker, n tered. Thcro was a groat deal of powder an ltinr. It was stopped Just In tlmo", good We atc sicnlt fcr Saw Mills. Kngl-r- a AYakamakiiii in tho mill, and It wont up with torriflo else It would havo dashed into tho debris and Boilers. Iron Fencing. Cornish Work, ( t Under Plave Kawa, Hblngle and Heading rumps u(ll kinds, Ac Is planning to rcduco tho sliti of tbo forco. of tio wreck. Tho second Atlantio ox- piwtago stamp. prosl duo in Now York at 7:no in tho BLAST FUnNAOBBURSTB, moriing, was also hailed at tho station I.m: Is still worth living, Tuoro Is Re-StoeliAnd Stream of MeUIllo Fire Overwhelm. Justis it was pulling out. A man just only ono lawyer In tho country to ewry Several Men The Manager knit llslf n nlno hundred persons. Doieo Kniploje. I'cMslbly Fatally In- trod tho wreck says that tbey have al TitlHTY-rm- : thousand Spaniards last ready taken four bodies from tho ag. jured. year emigrated to South Amurlrn. and PlTTsnuitoii, Pa., Sept. 27. A fright- - nerf sleeper, and It iA not yet known ton thouHand to Algeria. ho many moro thero may bo Under tho iui N. : C. Depot, Cor. 7II1 Ofllcc Moscow Avenue. A iiandki.io.v which has grown lo tho gar accident happened at Carnegie s Ed- wrk. Doctors aro hurrying to th" Thomson Steel Works, at llraddock, top of n t polo Is tho product of last nlgbt. Captain W. It. Jones, gen- accio of tho disaster from all parts of a New Haven truck patch. eral manager of tho immense steel thai section. e MAsACllfi:iTn seems to hasp works, and a number of workmen wero I Rotterdam Dock Laborers' Strike. I'omoroy on hand, lis latent perhaps fatally burned. Physicians at.TTEiiDAX, Sept. 28. Tho strlko murderer Is eight years old. tending Captain Jones could notstato A iiai.i. of fln that xplodeil when last night as to his chances for wh h started among tho dock laborers Tho within n few feet of Him ground is t,ald recovery. Furnaco "C" ono tho las catling to other occupations. to havo fallen In llrldgcport. Conn. largest of tho blast furnaces, cm oyes of several cigar factories havo Tho strikers, Mni'ftK servants can not In gavo way at and tons of Joinjd tho movement. Huh 11 Splendid Slock of tho vury bent all U tncls llieblo, Col,, tor lcsft than bnS0liad WW molten .notal, tho bottom, oscaplng from hcaid by socialist leaders, paraded tho llko water or ut which a ro and (lint month, and thoy aro scarce at that a reservoir, ran out. Tho furnaco had streets this morning nnd afterward attho very lowest (lie not been working properly during tho tempted to prevent tbo loading ot tho tlgme. Justifies. Tho pollco InterA max of N'orrlstown, la., was unahlo day, and Captain Jones called last even- stoaiier Holland. to land a alxtcen-ouncarp that hu ing to seo If he could not ascertain tho vened and tho loading of tho steamer ILL GOODS GUARANTEED TO BE EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. caught, nnd called a friend who shot It cause Ho was working with a number procc ed. Several of tho .... 11... of men near the baso of tho furnaco have solved not to grant iho incrcaso ft. .1,1; n li SJXi30X-A.I-.rX,,In an of wa s demanded by tho strikers. Tm: widow of Gcnoral Custer owns a' when tho break occurred. small rustic cottago and a few acres of instant flames of ilrosbot forth, and tho Oold In China. hot metal exploded and fell like land In a region near th PoiitLaxd, Ore., Sept. 28. Nows shoots of water. Tons of tbo molten Water (lap. tho dlsrtivery of rich gold bearing quarts Tiik King and Quren of Urcrco haYn metal poured out of tho furnace, and In tho ptovincc ot Canton, China, about soyop rblMron n year old. that any person near tho furnaco Toiingi'nt. instant death Is regarded as al ono hundred miles from the city of Can Tho i'rlncoss Alexandria is a very prot most a miracle. Tho five thousand I ton, has been received hero by Sold S. CI-IAty girl of nineteen. workmen at the IMgar Thomson Steel Pack, a jiromlnerit Chjnpso merchant. d Ax Knglish plasterer has lieen Tho dlsrmory was mado ilvo months Works and hundreds with a fortune of JL'1,400,000, loft dock aro frantic with of people in llrad- ago, when Chinese merchants of tho Pagrlof on account of to him by a clergyman who emigrated lit tho Injuries which Captain Jones has cific roast organized a company with nnd prospered In Sjdnoy. Experts from Now received. Captain Jones Is well known S20.000 capital, HrprAfjO Illt.l. has liecome o fasYork, who examined the ledge, report United and DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND cinated with Tarts that bo Is Inclined to throughout tboIron and Statesaro manu- that tho rock assays from $375 to S 100 wherever steel mako that city bis homo when ho abanfactured. He receives a salary of JSJ,000 . dons his calling as showman. a year and a per cent, on product ot IIICIOIAN, KV. Electric Appliances Burned. William, of (Jermany, has tbo largo mill, maklnir tho income alhis riTTSBUKGH, Pa., Sept. 22. subscribed 10,000 francs to tho lumt for most 850,000 a year. It was ho who building of tho Westinghouso Tho larO Klectrio tho relief of tho aulTorors by tbo recent took tbreo hundred men to Johnstown xploslon and fl at Antwerp. at his own erpenso, a eoupto of days Company, situated on Duqucsno in Way and Allegheny river, and almost tho Tiir. houso In which Oliver Wendell after tho Hood, and remained thero a heart of tho city, was partially deHolmes was born is still standing on th couplo of weeks directing tho work of common at Cambridge, Mass., and It rescue. Ho Is perhaps sixty years of stroyed by flro last night, entailing a loss of 5100,000. Tho building Is a now ono of tho collego building. ago. At midnight Captain Jones was brick. Westinghouso gives Mn. Koo, of the Chtneso legation at resting easy. Tho physicians say-- ho to aliout 2,000 men in this Washington, is going homo to marry a will recover, and that his face will not Chlneso girl he has nutcr stini Koo Is bo disfigured. Two of tho others will building. Tho works will bo rebuilt . at onco. a nice, domestic, allcctlonato name. dio. DKALKIIS IX Mil Uimsom has Ikh grantoil 103 intSn.Uits Arretted, GRANDLY ENDED. ents on his inventions, nnd has over Atlanta, Oa., Sept. US. Tho tbreo bunilred applications pending. The Iteunlon rtlin Army or the Tennef.ee affair comes to Iho I'alutH, tires, Clnie, Wild r Oram! lUnquet. Most of theso are electrical devices. 'WIiich Medical Use. CixcimnAti, Sept. 27. The Army of front by the arrest ' of principals nnd Atm.HTl:Mi:.T.s In London Journals Yesterday Governor Gordon tbo Tennewseo held a business session nt seconds. lndlcnte that tho purelino of raat-oi- t Collego Hall yesterday forenoon. Gen- granted tho requisitions, and boforo U court suits, artlllclal teeth, etc., "for two principals jvpre under eral Sherman was president o'tlock tho will go to Alabama and ba Is qulto a "6onslderablo business. arret They Tin. cotton manufacturers of Lan- of tbo society, lllckcnlooper; peorotary, tried for dueling, the penalty for which cashire, Kngland, proposo to closo all and Force treasurer, w;cro also is Imprisonment In tho penitentiary for their mills for a fortnight, in hope that Tho society passed resolutions favoring not loss than one nor moro than ten ritHSCKIL'TIONS A action will destroy the corner in liberal pensions to families of old sol- years. such t diers. Spcral'lhtoresllng speeches and' cotton. papers Fatal Accidents at Birmingham. .Il'stice Field has presented Kaglo, from thowero listened to. A letter lamented Sunset Cox, written Riioilnoiiam, Ala., Sept. 28. Henry who bo considers saed his llfo by shootboforo his death was read, expressing F.stes, engineer at tho Alabama Rolling ing dudgo Terry, with a magnlllcent his sincere regrets In not being ablo to Mills, was ground to pieces In tho magold watch and chain appropriately attend. In tho nfternoon there was a chinery early this morning, his clothing by tho Loyal Legion. Wm. Denton, Tliu death of Wtlklo Collies has licen reception ended Its session by Tho as- catching In tho a grand n Pullman car cleaner at tho Georgia long expected. Tho Intcnso vitality of sociation banquet at the lturnetHou.sn.last oven-ln- g l's-lyards, run over and crushed tho man protracted the struggle much with highly Interesting speeches. to death at noon, ltotu wero white und longer than his physicians had deemed married men. possible. nobbed Hit Benefactor. W. & II. M. Flaolkii, tho SUtndard Oil PiiiLADKi.riiiA, Sept. 27. Donnls 'Edlson'Ddcorated, magnate, who owns tho finest privato car Kcllher pleaded guilty to cinbezzlomont MANUKACTUKICHH Olf Pauls, Sept. 2S. Tho Grand Cross of on wheal, has Justglum orders for tho of money ielonglng to Captain Geo. R. most magnificent steam yacht that can Heck, a ownor, nnd was' sen- a Commander of tho Legion of Honor bo built. tenced to Imprisonment for tbreo years. ban b'en conferred upon Mr. Thomas A. lidlson. M. Sp'uller, Minn tor of Foreign Trvn coal dealers at Port Huron bid Kellher, who Is about twenty-sovo- n exactly tho samo figures for supplying years of age, bad boon taken Into Cap- AlTnlrs, In conferring tho decoration IMIson, said It was given In tbo city with 000 tons of coal, and then tain Heck's employ when a boy, and had upon Mr. (ho rendered by him they tossed a cent to seo which should full cbargo of his affairs. It was claim- honor ot andservices part for tho taken by him ed that ho appropriated botwoen $40,000 to scienco havo tho contract. Agnnts for Morris Machino Works Engines and Boilors. and 50,000, completely ruining his em- in tho Paris Exposition. rnTi:n Diniiorr, of llrooklyn, put a Aug!3-stono on the sidewalk nnd covered ll ployer. ToOtiard theCtar. irWIII Cirintl Miml ICvury Hiilurdiiy. with nn old hat. Mrs. I'ranUinmuth $39,000 Stallion Dead. Sr. PKTKhsiirim, Sept. 2S. Orders camo along and gao It kick, and hoi Chicago, Sept. 27. Mr. Arthur Caton, have been given to bold 50,000 troops In brolccn toes cost l'eter $!A0. of this city, received a telegram from readiness to occupy the railway in tho A Nkw Yoiik pollco sergeant was rePeoria, 111., this morning announcing event ot tho Czar's roturnlng homo di tired on a pension tho other day who had tho death of his culobrated stallion, rectly from llerlln. OV TIIK CELKllltATRO MAKUrAOTUItKIW been on tho force twenty-sen years, "Don Cossack," which was bolng qxhlb-ite- d W and in tip time had never lost a day on at tho Illinois State fair. The horse To Dtfeat the Cotton Corner, CO account of sickness or brer, f.nrd f or mis. is well known all over tho country, hav Lo:;ro:.', Sept. 23. Tho cotton operaconduct, ing been shown at the New York and tives at lllaclcburn, at a mass meeting IS Amond the smart old pooplo In Dexother horso shows, and was valued at yesterday, resolved to suspend work In ter, Mo., aro Mrs. I'hoebu Mooro Camp-bol- $25,000. onle'r to defeat tho objects of tho cotton Ui who will colobrato her 101st birth-dacorner. EttaRobblni, Insane. October l!l noxt, and Mr. Charles PARKElisnuitn, W.Vo., Sept. '.' Etta Entire Rowing Party Drowned, Ronco , 100 yearn old last March. Hotli Robblns, tho Putnam County frmalo Riviiii, Mass., Sept. 28. Flvo enjoy good health, nnd Mrs. Campbell horso-tblowas adjudged Insano yeshad n handsome quilt, finished since her terday. Her father gavo S100 bond, and po.rsqnsw(ro, drowned yestcrdoy aftor-noo- n 00 In South "Watuppa Tond by tho 100th birthday, on exhibition nt thu sho is now probably out of tho State. CI capsizing of a 03 Kdston, Me., fair this year, Boulanger Counted Out. A.v interesting discovery Is said to Thieves' Raid On the Mall Bail, Paius, Sept. 27. Tho municipal comhavo been madn In India. This is nothAlliance, 0 Sept. 28. Several mall ing olso than tlio lost books of Dirlld, mission has decided that tho votes cast brgs wero stolen at Salem Depot early of which a Sanskrit translation Is buld for General Houlangor in Montmarte in yesterday morning as they wero throw a tho recent citations are null and void to havo been found at ,leyjnro. oflthn Fort Wayno express. Thoy conM. Kifkel, builder of tbo tall tower of nnd has declarged M. Joltrln, the labor tained a number of registered letters. candidate, who received tho next highest No clow. United l'arls, la expected in tjuebec shortly to States Inspectors aro build a 55,000,000-bridgncross tho St. number of votes, elected. Tbo commission lias also nullified the votes cast for Investigating; I.awrenco, which would make u continuOrevy't Opinion. ous roadwny from ocean to ocean on Cnn- -' Henri Rochofort In Nollovllle. Grovy Paius, Sept. 28. adlan soil. Uawes' Accomplice Sent Up fcr Lift, will that tho liiimiN-(WAM-, Tiik noxt Lord Mayor of l.ondon will Ala., Sept. 27. In tho thinks Franco n electionstublo result In Goern-megiving moro bo a Hebrew, Sir Henry Isaacs, and as criminal court l'annto llryant, conthan she. has had slnco s00, ami Lord Mayor's Day (November1,)) falls on victed as nn accessory In tho Hawes thut tho new lmuiibors of tho Chamber a Saturday, tho Jewish Sabbath, the fesmurder cases, was sentenced by Judgo of Deputlos are just what ho required tivities Will bo postponed to tho follow- Groen to tho penltontlary for life. IN DEALERS when ho was President. ing Monday. Rmmont Blaine and Anita McCormlck. Oxn of tho best records In continuous Still Finding Bodies at Jobnttown. RiciiFini.ii N. Y., Sept. 37 horseback riding that havo ever been Pa., Sept. 28. Two Johnstown, Emmons Maine, son of Secretary Hlalne, chronicled was mado recently by Lieuand Miss Anita McCormlck, daughter of bodies wero takon from tho debris totenant Asslf, who rodo from Lubry, In day, Ono was Identified as that of Mrs. .southern Russia, to Paris, a dlsta,t)ee of tho lato Cyrus McCorralok, of reaper Kd Swlneford, of St. Louts, who mot her famo, woro married horo yesterday. The 1,030 miles, in thirty days. Ho rodo two (loath on tho day express, A section of horses alternately, ono 1'ngllsh, thu will ot bor fathor gives Mist Anita Grand VIow Cemetery has beon purW.000,000. other Russian. chased and all tbo bodies of unknown A Hun Brutally Attaulted. Miss MaiiyS. Ctrri.RH, of New Yotk dead will bo transferred to this pluco. has mado tut irnjulry InEmpohia, Kas., Sept. VT 27. Sister tr. ofterlng til graJei of I'laln, Medium and Fine Furniture at creatly rJucvd pricr . W State Library, of Two Weeks More to Live. having 10, wo Cumll.e, of tho Convent of tho Sacred .try a fHlta at sUttraeioi Chairs', Beckers, Tables, Puroaus, Washetancla, to tho practlco KidiMONii, Va., Govornor Wordrodos, Ohnmbor 8ots. Mnttrossos, Springs, Eto , na we runrnire jui olur.iori and upwards, us ta Sundt,y Heart, was brutally asstulted by a Leo respltnd for twoSept. 28. tbo col weeks e rtd spoiling, Outof ollegeliiir prtc.i to bo Iho loot. aiv ui b trial nd tc rantlnrcd, young man named Murray, because th tjrwt t lietlauarieri on Underlokbra' Goods nnd diigaunl nil onrotttloii (n this ncuru iroin, as many as 11. iw r. reiutcu i) leave tho convent and oocomr man Walker, wbovas to havo bctn tx uutcd at ClH'.tcitl,il Court Homo yov line. Wl carry a Ur. lint o( Wooden and Metallic lWriel Cmi opgn on Sumlayi only U'rvu out of elv. Ms wlfoi 4 WlK ipllliUr. tenUjr, tUaljrlcal itmlnary llbrnit, Sept.27;-Aliorrlbloft -- HICKMAN BANK, HICKMAN, EY. Capital, so7ooo RECTORS: v. uuwoul, 1 rttsisaetsi mSv MVf1 1U A'lUiUD, 1 a m. ? A DAD WRECK the New Yoric Central ltallrd-Tw- o Pectloni of n ruMenger Trsln Tele.- eop and Twentr-flv- e or More People JCeported Killed. Palatine IIiiidoe, N. Y., Sept. 28. The St. Louis Hxpross Xo. B, which lnf t Albany nt 10 oVlnrir ln.t ntr,l,( mat VI lb n bad accident n Wit two mllm east fit horo about midnight. Tho first soo- wqn urqko down and.stopped. for repairs. no rear urakeman was wntbackto Wnal tho second sect(6n, but for somo known reason Inlli-In norfnrm Ma jy.t The engineer of tho sec- i section savs bo did not seo Wm, and tho first thing ho saw fa-- s tho lights of th6 first soetlon dU VsJtly In his front.' Tho first section ;vs madn tip ofebnggago, mail, express MU three passengor. oart, TwjiCCd.wltb pXij, and a Warner sleeper, 011,1)10 ' nn aan if,, itf.in. nn an, On liOxnox bootblacks cliarn tMOcTnts br a xblno. A Dow has boon srrpatrd tn Ilaltlmftro as a common tlilcf. A Wj:.it Viiiiiima town o( B50 Inlialc Hants him lsuao.i. POSTAL SCHEMES. ; f NoV and Extonslvo Syotoin ot Rapid PoHtnl Tralne, Alio rneumatle CmcAno, lo rnroo Mon Loso Tnoir Liven Fowdor Mill ExplOBlon. Karlhquake. Tiiffik la n in Bliaron Coun tjriWo.,csllMr?foJ. nKxr.u u. Shi niv ays he will attend o riie Town nfCreiiODa, I'm., andSarroua IneCouitrj fliakrn as iT "n Tub. foit-unice- From onlte s llulld-In- gl Hickman Machine Works. '''" ir - -- Sejit. 80; Captain James, Stuart, Inspector, and mem"' o ber of tho recent commission, was shown a rpcent.djspatch from concerning 0" now and ox'tonslvo o system of rapid postal trains and tubes for Chlcagp. "That is Clarkson's pet idea. lVo discussed j.hat thoroughly during tho session of Iho commission.' Then, It can bo assured that Chicago is to havo a faiit mall train to San FranchJovia.8t. LouU,andanoth eo'to Clnclnnltl, Cbattanooira. Atlartti tand Jacksonville,' ami- - also another,;,),! Post-offlco post-oOlcVash-Ingto- n, pnou-matl- snltnlml.r mttil V.'liMt, II. ., ...w Delegate, to the International Cnncrns 'I I'n the lend I I :rs Vloie, Is llo Olren nn Idea of Our Vmt !! ourre. In n Tonr Ovor I'nelo Hstn'e Open, nnd llllr t 1...A I..I.. . Ilnmaln. ns (lint, of the CJoTrrnmeut. 1.- - Fireman Nkoaiwk r'illch, rntLinEU-nu- , Bept 8. A train of ad an experience that ho Matthow II, will leave Yahlngton on Thurs. not a fortri t will A brakeman day next, boating thu representatives ot tho named --T). lllgglllS sllli-American Nnttons to the International eon. tween-twears on a moving train fereine to bo held noxt month at tho near Mnlo Tho signal to stop capltaL Tho party, as guests ot vfart glmi another brakemnn tin Government, aro to be takon Ii JV.r" & Itogi ac'Mn w at tho United fall, ami tho train wno eked )ip a whero Statoa In order that thoy may too and appreciate to eome oxtobV the nl- - roiutw cars had pissed over lllgglns lay distance to ba of this country. his body,-elcd- . was rightfully man-wa- s traveled Is 5,t(0 Tho entire the l'enniyl mtlqt, and Tim completely o,veVeil vanla ratlroid has undertaken tho task of , nim lay sever Ironl the, tr: arranging and carrying- ont the details for from thY. r ironian livo picueu this unprecedented trip. The train will bo n and will paas the Jied was to oo.Uitt rottuU.ti.Jtj.two-dftj--a d Seo the ej!' oSclind ols?n and partly ovor tho .main lines 'ot thirty dlfteront co'rpbrailOn i 'shd through twenty close a by l.ngtneer BUtes. The train will carry an ample tup- waiecn .WHik id tho. jJirftkemBns"., , 71 QftltO""egs 'and wlll..jpra Ml tho rs f T 3HEAT EXCURSION. 1 d !- - al iu. - m horror-itrleke- rntl-roa- ,in .- I- . miiiiu -- JNO. W. MORRIS 2P2tCXILI3IJ'17ODE.0. Piiiig, 8s, CO., tli y forty-sovo- Boiler Work and ncnr ng Slave Saws aiul ten-foo- R. B. JBREVsUtZB, oriliirdwuie ollorrd market .A. ninkcsof ONEPltlCE, Y. RELIABLE. it.is now WQ aro eoropolled to deoend. on iho slowexpreeM5aln 5rvlce to theso points. Another thing' Tho present fast mail trains on tho Hurllng-to- n and St. Paul roads do not mako oven as good tlmo as tho regular schedulo trains to New York and thoso between New York and lloston and Philadelphia. Tho schemo Is to put moro of them on and mako hotter time." "How about tho proposed pneumatio tubes running .from tho big oillco buildings to tbopost-ofllco?- " "Thoso improvements aro not very far away. A Chicago man Is now working upon thorn, endeavoring to so perfect his system that wo can to tho postal service. Collecting by carriers, ovon with horses, is too slow. Mr. Clarkson, I tell you, is determined to see a perfect mall servlco In Chicago, and bo will aim a blow at the district messenger and telegraph service, which now preys upon tho business public to a groit oxtbnt. Wo will do away with these, and make tho postal servlco accomplish every thing needed." for-maap-ply- 'it ,tho boa u.i liable me w ;irKni)wtt licTc. gJiWVr " anPBn. urn SETTLED "iN BLOOD. Lnnltiana Duel In Which the 1'srlOi Slier-ir- r and HI. Antagonlil Are llatlrKlllrtl. New Orleans, Oct. 1.- - A RoVdlou, T,a., special says: For somo tlmo past thero has been a nowspapor controversy ltotwcen A. C. Poole, editor ot Uiq Ver; non Nows, and Lee McAlp'n, sberlll of Vernon Parish. A fow days ago Poolo lent McAlpln a chaUengo wiilch tbo Last Frilatter did not accept. challenge was day morning tho again repeated nnd Poolo followed it up and went Into the sheriff's oiuco with his pistol in his hand, whilo MoAlpIn was reading tho challenge, ard said to McAlpln; "Now Is tho best tlmo wo will havo to tettlo McAlpln drew his our differences." pistol. Puolo opened flro first. Several shots were fired by both parties, Mc Alpln emptying Ills pistol In Poole's head and face, killing him Instantly. McAlpln died a fow hodrs later from a wound In tlio nbdomen, It being the effect of the second shot fired by Poolo. most trustwTIVUiy engineers of that road. A crew of 'twenty-si- x roon'w1" ba inquired to run tho train, which, iv It stands, rHpro-ssnn cost of f l5d,(KJt Among tho places to be visited are Now York City, Philadelphia, West Points lloston, Lawrenco, Mass., Manchester, N. 11., Portland, ile., Worcester, Mass, Merlden, Conn., New Ifaxpn, Springfield, Mdsa, Niagara Falls, Jlullftlo, Erie, Cleveland, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand lisp-idRend, Chicago, Ind., touth Milwaukee, Crosse, St. La Paul, City, Minneapolis, Omaha, Ploux' Des Moines, Kt Louis, Bprltiglield, I1L, Louisville, Cincinnati, Ixixlng-toKy,, Pittsburgh, Altoona and Harrlt-burArraiigeiiienU have nlready been mado for the proper entertainment of llm delegates at each of the places abovo named. The following partial programme has been arranged for the tour: , , y Thursday, Oct. 17 Arrive at Detroit at 7 0. m.; luncheon at thrt residence of Hon. James McMillan, United States Senator; leave Do- -' troll (via Michigan Central railroad) 3 p. m.t Hot-yok- e, s, g. U ' nnuth-rr.lessl- NEW YORK CENTRAL WRECK. Fire reri'oni Killed and Tirn Wounded hainti or tlit. Victims. Alhaxv, N. Y., Sept. SO. Flvo persons killed and flvo badly Injured is tho record of tho terrlblo accident Friday night on tho Now York Central road. Following is tbo list of killed: Wm. II. Manning, of Marquette, Mich.; Rov. Prestln do Veuve, of Dayton, O.; Sadlo Doyle, maid of Mrs. Y. H. Mannlny, of Marquotto, Mich.; Chas. Franklin and Alphohso , colored porters. Tho Injured aro tho following: Mrs. AVm. II. Manning, of "MdrqUdtto, Mich.; Wm. MoElroy, of. McElroy, Lewis A Fowler, New York; Miss Late, of N. Y.; Mrs. M. E, Ingalls, wlfo of President Ingalls, slightly; Wni! Ilortb, engineer of tho second section. President Ingalls, of tho Dig Four railroad, and his wife and daugbtor woro In Fre-donl- a, d ship-owne- BOOFOG ..... THE OLD RELIABLE. Dealer Dela-war- ft A. HOLCOMi3E, DYE-STUFF- in stay-gere- o Ingalls' prlvatqcar Kankakee. This car was attached to tho first section and was run into by th second sectUn. All except Mrs. Ingalls, who was thrown violently to tho floor from hor borth and received painful Injuries. MUSIC AL MOUSE. Em-KHu- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. T. T. SWAYNE & CO., fivo-Mo- ry nt IlriijiK,?Icllctncs, liookc, Stationery nti(ltel:ool:t;pl!cK. I'ancy Good, Tok, ami l'let Sundries, OH, and Liquors, for ," DOMESTIC SEWING MACHME. SI'KCIAIIT. EAST MAN'F'G JNO. COMPANY, SON, Prop's., Sa MORRIS .. FINE BUGGY SPOKES a.:ni: tug-bo- corN im:ral. BALTZER 1 11 HERTWEGK, & GO., f l, y Horse-Thie- f, f, Fall row-boa- t. Richmond, Ind()ct 1. John Woltors, a young man 21 years old, died last night from the effects of a wild pitch, which struok him under tho left ear, wiillo Tho acciplaying Jn n game of baso-baldent happened In tho afternoon, nnd did not seem to hurt him much, ns ho was Captain Jones Dead. nblo to walk nearly the whole dlstanco SO. Captnin homo. When he arrived homo he sank FrrraiHtiHiii, Pa., Sept. W, II. Jones, general manager of tho away .unconscious, and dlcd in tbreo Edgar Thomso n Steel workM, died aftej the accident. No arrests at tho Homeopathic Hospit- hoursbeen made. havo -- . al of injuries received In tho terrlblp acSullivan for Congress. cident nt that plant last Thursday ovon-inDosTox, Oct. 1 Tho Globe states that Ills death was a surprise, as ho was bcllved to bo in no immediate dan- n moetlng of sixty or seventy Fourth at tho ger. Saturday night, however, be took a District' Democrats was heldtbo InterIn sudden tnrn for tho worse, and died In a" Sherman House yesterday est of John L. Sullivan's candldaoy M short time. Congress In that district: that euloglstio Two Sister Burned to Death. speeches'wero made und plans laid for HorKLVsviLLK, Ky Sept. SO. Two securing the champion's nomination inaldqn sisters named Hauklns, living at tho expiration of Hon. J. II. O'Neill's In Yobster County, were cugaged In term. ,. , , washing, when, In passing near where a ' Erlctson's Retting Place. A movement is on tiro blazed under a kettlo of water, tho Nuw York, Oct. clothing of ono suddenly took fire, and foot to rdnce tho body of the cro asslstanco rnnld reach them both Ericsson In a vault In Trinity Churchworo enveloped In flames. Ono of tho yard in,thlicity In closo proximity to sisters lived only an hour and tbo other that of Robt. Fulton, Inventor of tho can not recover. steamboat. Tlio schemo also contemplates tbo ereetluil of an elaborate joint The Rotterdam Strike. memorial to honor the memorlos of tho RnnrnnAH, Sept. M. Tho striking two great Inventors. dockmen havo appointed committees to Destructive Prairie Fit. confer with tho companies and to orHkkmax, Minn., Oct. 1. Tho most deganize relief measures. Tho animosity flro that ever visited of the striker?! 'appear to bo only against structive prairio country swept through tho stovedores, who aro accused of sweat- this section of here this ovenlng. The wind was blowing tho men. Many aro willing to tho tlmo. .It Is work pending negotiations with ing a terrific gale at damage done, as it A speedy settlement Is hard to estimate tho the employers. Is Impossible to learn the extent of the expeoted. Arc. irexc have lest thelc entire crop. Floods tn Mexico. In this Immediate vicinity tho loss Is. City of Mkxko, Sept. 30. The city not Icsj than $10,000. of Celaya Is almost entirely Inundated. Eitlmated Decrease of Public Dsbt. Many families have sought refugoin tho Wasiiimito.v, Oct. 1. It Is estimated of St. Francis. Railformer Convent that Treasury Department road traffic Is impeded. Heavy stoims at tho thero has been a decreaso of 513,500,000 aro reported at Palenquu and on tho In the publlo debt sluco tho 1st. of ron Guatemalan frontier. tembc song-birds. l. 1 late-.lohre-suto-d- The Little I'rorifKjr Interval Amonc the renpls nt Ilnrnr.Tllle, O. HAnxr.sviLLE, Sept. SO. A singing roouso has domesticated itself in tho hardware stoto of T. A A. Rodgers, ofJ this place, and is attracting a great deal of attention. Tho little fellow is n remarkably talontcd songster, and his trills and warbllngs would rival thoso of a canary, whilo ho also possesses much of tho lmltatlvo genius of In that ho often tho inooking-btrbreaks out In tho full, round notes of many of our This rodent prodigy of song keeps" Up an almost constant warbling or trilling, aud Is bavlng a largo number of pooplo to hoar Jilm, who. wonder at hlsstraneo and wonderful accomplishments. Two workmen, Wm. Ivruegcr and Emll Lohdo, wero sent down Into a hugo tank twenty feet deep to paint tho Inside. They used parafllno paint, and in drying It gavo off a suffocating gas which overcame tho men. Tho first knowledge of anything wrong was when a workman, who went to tho tank to iji'e how .the men, were, gf ttlng on, fbund them lying unconscious nt tho bottom of the tank. Mr. VogeJ hurried to tho ladder and started to descend. Wlieutiult iy down h!l wm evercoae by th6 ga,i and waf barely ablo to reach tho top again. A workman who followed also had to return. It was an hour before any ono could reach the Itottom of tho tank and mako ropes fast to tho two men, by which means they wero drawn to tho surface. Krueger w as found to bo dead, but Lohdo showed faint signs of llfo and may recover. 'DtedFroma Snake-BitJacksoxvii li-- , Oct. 1. At Tltusvllle, Kin Rntiirdsv nlffht, Wm. If. Adams, a postal clerk, accidentally stepped on a rattlesnake ns ho was walking on a puli-ll- o highway nliout midnight. Tlio snako buried its fangs in Adams' leg. IIn twUtcd a handkerchief about tho wound ond hurried to a physician, who cupped tho wound and administered whisky 'freely. Tho treatment was of no avail, and Adams, after Intense suffering, died last night Ho was orlg Inally from Montreal. Killed by a Baie-BUl. Mii.wai'kli:, Ws., OH. I. A fatal cident occurred in Pflster A Voglo's Suffocated In a Tank. ac- tan-nor- y. p. m. ; reception la the arrive at Ann" Arbor evening by lllohlgan University authorities j , leave Ann Arbor at ID p. tn. Friday, OcL is. Arrive at Grand Itaplds; reception at station by mayor and other munlelt-a- l authorities: visiting madulaeturlnu eitabllihments; review parade ot military companies, Bre department and bicycle club; visit trotting races at (air grounds; recepl'on by mayor at city hall; banquet. tendered by citizens In tho evening; leave Urand Itaplds at 13 p. m. Saturday, OcL 19. Arrive at South lloml; visit Studebaker wagon manufactory, Wilson llros.' shirt Uctory, Oliver plow work, uad caso factory; lunchthe tewlng-machlneon at the residence of Hon. Clement Htudc-bake- r; drive to Notre Damo Unlrertity; lcavo South Ucnd at & p. m.; arrlro la, Chicago at Sunday, Oct, to, Chicago 10 a. m., attend courrb; luechoon) 1:M p.. in., drive Ihroujh the parks and pr nclpal residence streets. MOnd.r, Oct. SI, Chicago 10 a. m., visit Doard of Trade. a. m., special train to lock yards; I p. tn., leave for Pullman; th s trlni lD"rti Oct. Chicago,in 10 a. evening. Tuttday, to., visit the It Armour kindergarten and other Instltutlons,-th- e AUditorluta and manufacturing establish, meats; 7 p.m., banquet teudercd by thoctlU zees. Wednesday, OcL S3.. Loave Chicago via Chicago, Milwaukee & Sl Paul railway nt8 a. m.; arrlreat Mllwaulirent lOill a. rx; tbo parly wilt be met at Itaclno lunction by n commlttco from Milwaukee; on arrival at Milwaukee tbey will take carrlascs and bo driven to the throagh srt gallery, .n. the ret'dlnce and business rortloii8r"T25T east tide, thence to the northern part of the city, where luncheon will be served; the will h rnntlnnnl Ihmmrh th.. wel sde, visiting some of tho larger manufacturing Institutions and the So.d ers' Home; after dinner a reception will be given at tht rest-d- s ce of Hon. Jiha U M.tchell; leave lllUau, kre at 1 0 clock mldnl;hL Thursday, OcL 21 At SL 1'anL Friday, Oct. a At Minneapolis. Saturday, OcL W-- At Sioux Oty, leaving at II a. m and arriving at Omaha ate o'clock In the afternoon, where they will spend Sunday.' Monday, OcL SS At Des Moines, leaving thero In time to reach St. Louis ut p. m. :)H ra. tht.r .Jg.jr.rm. .ii WHEAT MUST GO UP. This Country Likely to l.'o Culled Upon to Jncren.o Her htilpinviit tn Knrope. BaLnuonE, Md., Sopl 2A According to the report prepared by tho Journal of on tho wheat supply and require ineuts, the United States will bo called upon to till tho European maw to the extent Of 15.000,000 quarters this year. made li Knglaud plnoo hor requite-ment- s at 10,O0,rxxiquartcrs; France, Dolplum. Holland anil Germany, tt,U.'0,00. Builicm mm Id eoiuu U th.) ox. tent of I.OUO.cvW quarters from India, 15,. 000,000 quarters from the United fctuto-i- , and 11,000,010 quarters from Russia. has nevor duriugthe isst firoyoais Imported less that 1J,1.8,WX) quarters, nnd after producing O.UUU.WO quarter In 1SS1 tmportod quar ten In tho samo year. Last year saw thuo Imports nearly equaled, and it Is probnblo til at the estimates on her wants this year are. much too low. The nverago net Imports for ten years of wheat Franco la .M,(Wi) and Hour Into quarters and wants aro placed by tho United States statistical ajont in Ruropo at 4,000,000 quarters. At to supplies Iudla shipped a fraction over 4,000,000 quarters in tho last crop year, and tlnro the beginning ot tho presont crop yoar, April 1, Is nearly t. l.OUO.OvOquarters behind last yonr'a Chill, Argentine Republic und Australasia havo a paltry 4,000 quartern on passage to Europe. Ilussia ehlppud 1S.242,. 000 quarters In lbM, S.VIO.tVO quarters In 1S67, and is looked to for 11,000,1X10 quarters Com-merc- o Estl-mat2,t0"),-UX); lB.'.-il.Omove-mea- Iu largo exporting districts in South " th production varies from tX) to 20 per cent, of an averuge Tho heaviest crops, oa reported by the Government, nro boyond reach of railroads and may ba counted as nil In International commerce Shipments since January 1 show a decreaso compared with last yoar of 400,000 quarters, and lSS?! output Is not Ukoly to Lo exceeded. In summing: up the report says: Ru-i- thii jcac "With acropoi4V".nn(iuO bushels In ISso wo manased toeii"rt l' nsvisti bulirl notwith. stauding the prov.ous crop bad been a oura parative failure, let tto highest point reached by No. V red la our maruet wu 7S. and uur ng the greater port'on nl the voar was under Ui. Altbou;ti we bushels this ye.r a consldor-abl- e portion Is not suitable for shipment, and depleted us they were ut the beulth stocks ginning of the crop year any demand sueh us mutt result In tlio present situation suggest values considerably higher than tbo present level." ' A SAD HICKMAN WAGON, KTC2STTTJC3CY. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. o ''Ex-Pretlde- STEPHENS & TYLER, nt Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, -- lllu-arle- s Hfly-nln- ns 1 11 srllrU) 11 Bank Closet. Natalie Sees Her Son, Ilin Rapius, Mich., Sept. R0. 11. O. Nntnlto H1.1 mi tin:, Oct. 1. Paokard A Co.'s bank, of Reed City, to hor son, King Alexander, paid a closed Its doors. Saturday morning, it All tho foreign representatives, recently mot with u loss of $10,000 to except the ambassadors of Germany nnd 915,000 through the failure of Wilson, Turkej, aftvrd'"valtod upon tho Luther A Wilson, at Luther, Their deposits aro estimated at from 820,000 to Heavy .Yield of Potatoes. MO.OOp. Great excitement prti'alls Cllirvi.o, Oct. 1. Tho forthcoming-Issuamong tho depositors. of tho Farmers's Review will reConvicted of Forgery, port that tho potato crop of 18St will Cr.DAn P.APIlis, Ia Sept, ,'iO. IJx- - probably exceed in quantity that of any County Treasurer Stedmnn, of Kenton irovious ve.ir In tho United States, Tho County, was found guilty of forgery nt crop Is estimated at 2::i,7tH),i00 Vinton, Saturday. Thero is another total bushels, which exceeds last year's crop charge embezzlement. Ivor 17,000,000 bushels. Mexlcant.Favor New York. Fatal Explosion. City oy .Mpiira, Sept. 110. Prominent Mfmpiiis, Tenn., Oct. 1. lly tbo exbusinoss men and olllcials hero say tbey plosion of the mud dfum 'it tfifl Memphis would prefer to seo tho World's ExposiLaunJry, Nelson Mctiiiro, colortion of, 18ir) held In New York rather Steam engineer; Ed. Hlno.onoof the ; than any Western city. President Diss ed, the the laundry, and Philip l.tn suy.s that Mexico will bo represented at wore terribly scalded, tho former dying thu noxt St, .Louis Exposition. a few hours later. Tho others are not . , fatally hurt. School Boy.' Strive. Loxno.v.-Sop- t. .10. A novel strlku ha.s I'rnU' Dettute Pund. ' Mcholars '"of been Inaugurated by tho IU'IIIIN, Oct. 1. The .ubwrtptlons to Harwich school, Tho pupils demand of Mr, to shorter hours at their lessons und better the fundIn timet the oxh.iwim the Par-no-il below tonohcr. They also d.liovnco tlinmas.. I'anipll 'do defoimortusnt. l'l'n U'tul eiiiiu sluu liavn ainoi ut ii'irl' 'l W Ul,Vui n v AFFAIH. n. Five I'ersous Ilrnuned by tho lipieltlng of 11 lloiv.llo.t nt lull Itlvrr. Mu. Fall III v eh, Mass.. Sept Ily the enp- ut South Watuppa tiling of a row-bopond Friday Ixiuls pubols, ajfod Da j oars; Natalie Dubois, bis niece, aged its years; Mrs. Goorgo Mlehaud, her daughter Leah Jllchatut, ngod 7, nnd llusanuii Luvitero, BgedS, wero drowned Mary Mluluud was rescuoiL Tho party had bou acres tha pond forgrapes, and wero returning. Tho water was only tie feet deep where tho accident occurred. Tho lamentable allalr was witnessed from shore, but although several peepla started to the rescue only ono of the boat's ocenpaut 0011I1I bo saveiL ... tri fur n l.argn hum. Kansus'lla I'liajDiLFHH, Hepu 2d. -- The fullure ot A Trust Company of the Farmers' txian Kansas will be tuverply felt In this city. Fully 1100,000 of Philadelphia )rtophj'a money wero Invested in tho con. Is also Tho company eeru. for thu prlnelpiil und. intorost ot (iter t'.IKI.IOil In nuittKugs liey In and around Philadelphia. The eomfWHf bdeaus It Was unable tt loeet th guaranteed interest on Kansas land ll I1 thought the llsblillU. will wlpo out its oapJUl ot iv.'O.koo, Ji'Ae--v u wMoh li 'd to l"i a'ready getin. mutt-gog- COULDN'T PAY "THE INTEREST. Th runners' Loan t: Trutt t'onipiiiij ul .fS? w . i f. .1 ivws;im'Kt&":.. . :,.': .;". ;.';,;', v" '). tt& mmmsmmm ;.u. f a I - aTja-awHr- a -- - I Slock of FALL and WINTER elsewhere. We live a magnificent line of i.,. .. ein,wi:,i i: ,r a ..!. cn.BtMv n xi rv that jftgrfy Competition. We arc the sole agents for . GOODS is now complete in all lines. H. to m Brown-Desnoycr- s' We arc the m.Ic ngi'iita for WYLKH, WHICH ACKKULAND.A I 7"3ES of CO'S M.lemliil make Perfect-Fittin- g, ELEGAHT DRESS w ctJi;i "WlUjillji SELIa j9lT Tnilor-Mml- c BUCnAXAN' Our stock is the largest and . . s ip it, . a . -- - mf w w wTr - , TCT THT .m jlk m r W -- 6fiv. w 3 i j P B B -- 1 il. 1. I j ... K n.i iJ w f. I one m Hickman, ana me pi ices aic louei iman van uu luium with TrimminSs tt,l(l Buttoils to m,ltch-i- r bnvn amir i inline mifl flli i hi rnn's Wrnns and Cloaks, ill all styles, which we will sell at pr ices celebrated make of Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes, the best made, and most elegant Shoes in America, best-selecte- d GOODS, CLOTHING, tlio best in Hickman, and you can ravo from $2.00 to ?3.00 a suit by buying tl.ctn. GOODS IN HICKMAN. Call and examine our Beautiful Stock before buying, you can save money ! "V El 3Ft ""ST IjO'W K. PR.ICE-S- ! Wo have the BEST Slock, anil the CHKAHEST Stock of THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KV., Friday, V : : : : : OCT. 4, 18S9. run i'i.eku court or aitkaui. feM ara aulhorited to announce Mr. OV.O. It. MAU1)EN" hi a, candidal for CIrrk -- Oouri of soieet lo th actios !fs Avil. Courier Nuggcta. Tlicro wore 892 battles foHght during tlio civil war. icn. Low Wallaco has received 145,000 for his etory 'lion Hur." ScustcrHcar, of Massachusetts, i& tlio Quest linguist In Uongrcss. m Jones, the ovancelist. ex pects to clear 125,000 beforo the year is out. Snm 0,011 Sept. 24th. Gen. D. II. Hill, the Coufeiltr-ntGeneral, died in Charlotte, N. e Tiibkk is only one colored member in Congress. His name is Glicathnm,nud ho hails from North Carolina. Tlio Mormons no longer practice lolvganiy in Utah openly. The Federal law has at last driven it into secrecy. tlio Union that adheres to the viva voce dIhii of voting. All the other States vote- by ballot. - Kkstucky is the only Stnto in - t- u 'I - l 0 .1. Amhkiki'h Smns. se27-t- f Col. IlonERT Patton Crock Ualtzeii & Shaw's. ett, tlio last surviving sou of A UBEAV NUKE BE. Davy Crockett, died at his home Rare War In Oblen Cnafy near flrauherry, Texas, this week, The Troy publishes The railroads on the Belmont aged 73 years. the following notice, which, in a branch, says the Charleston DemexThree-fourthof the forty Benso, indicates the race trouble ocrat, have been considerably thousand population of Jerusalem brewing in that couutv. Mr. Gal cited dnring the week over rnttlo are Hebrews. It may not be long licott, we believe, is the member snakes at Delta. Every fallin and spring these reptiles appear in until the children or Abraham of tho Legislature from Obion: great numbers. Investigation Tumble, Tux , Sept. 18, 1689. once moro dominate the Holy City. shows that they have a don about Mr. T. P. GitficoM, 3lr At meeting held Wit ntitht. half a mile west of the station in a people of tho Are the white Dr white UborerJ. htva reioltn! to small bluff on tho creek bank. In South any more responsible for we, nolifj ll did toil ttleomnanitt In tU the sprint they come out and -- tlio ipTt?VreBTTco tlcfe than tlio lormplojr an black people! The responsibility count notfirralr renolred fCWtd laborer . ecatter over tho surronndlngconu-trWe he llial no man or and in the fall they return to began, as much as anywhere else, company ihtll emplojr anjr colored laborer, thnlr don. It in a peculiar inntlnnt fid If it.jr JU afirr receiving litis notice, in rank oo grcod. that marshals them all together we iateoJ lo appoint a vigilance commitmigrations last but any . property Ksorr has been invit- tee who Mill deitro before of lita aware of and thegenerally four. Last a fewItial lory can find he ii days Tscsed to deliver on Oct. 10th a set It. Two mills at this place eulogy of the late Sunset Cox, who heed lo this nolle, and we hue taken Ulnjr was tbeir big day. Hundreds intend that or them wore to bo seen on that was his fust friend when they were all other shall follow stilt without trouble in Congress together. Grover to us oreipenneto themnelte The beat day making their way to winter Cleveland will preside on the oc- thins; that ean be done for the while race quarters. At this season they is to (el rid ol the black race, and we, as are at their prettiest, having shed casion. citizens, iotend to commence, and Intend their summer coats, and they are to commence now, and w will notify all bavo Judge Reryks of the Warren, men nod companies nod thoe that take blind. Several large, been killed, among the Circuit Court, Las decided that warning will be saved many dollars, and and all aro very private banking firms are embrac- those who do not take warning will have number one is said to havo had 24 rattles, another 17, aud they ed in tho act requiring banks to lo lake the consequences. CoKstiiTr.r. PwrtB's are full nix feet in length. They pay 75 cents on each 1100 of capOne might Bay that such a flairs are easily excited lu their blind ital stock in lieu of nil other tax, do not concern tho people of Ken- condition and are frequently seen State, county aud municipal. tucky, but he who does not see lyingalong the track stirkiugat the Tho English Sparrow question that much of tho same feeling ex- car wbeols as they pass by. They finds a solution in gun clubs. Two ists throughout the country fails aro sometimes found on and in professional hunters swooped to read tho public mind, but, wo cars. Whilo the Cotton Belt railroad was under construction down on Louisville tho other day, take it that no thinking or of rattlers were klllod capturing 3,000 of tho little birds white men, "rorkingmen or thousands and took them to Indianapolis to othors, can, for one moment, jus- by the workmen, but their num. va aoiu to the gun clubs. tify the extreme measures out- bers seemed undiminished. Delta contains only a few inhabitants lined by the Obion Vigilance and the snakes have probably Citizens of Lurene, Ala., pro Such a course will build denned near there for years, but against tho appointment of up sympathy for tho other side. tested as pooplo aro beginning to locate ft colored man as postmaster, and in tho disturbance tho post office Our elegant SILK PLUSH iu and about the place it will not be long before an organised raid A'ttv-Banns Ex-Govfair-minde- When war comes in Europe, as The call for a Constitutional it must come somo time, it will be Convention carried IJKOOO. In The voto cast "For a.Couveution" seen that a new tm has beguuBelwas a majority in auytlectloii ever the art of destruction. Tho held in tlio State, but it is less gian historian, Kmlle de Laveloye, than a majority according to the sums np, in an article in tho Foassessors' returns of. in at vour. rum for October, the terriblo fac tor of tho next conflict. The Herein Is the rndiltllsSi ,?& !" aF -- nahtlon rcoJrt'Tvthat ttrt. I ,uuulu tbn flnlted RLatea waa w a iimy lu couifiartBon. f "- approved Jr"of the qn'u' Russia aud France on one ity the and Germany, Austria and Italy Slate, there were 180,000 votes cast for the call, which gives it ou the other, seven millions of 31,000 majority under tlio Offut men can be instantly put in the law for ascertaining the number of field, with ton millions in resorvo. qualified voters; tho largest voto The facilities for concentration and the improved arms aro such ever polled in tho State was which still leaves the "call for that moro meu may easily bo killed a Convention" with a majority; in one day than have over before but the Assessors' roport that been killed in a whole war. The there are 380,000 legal voters, continuous prepcrations for war, which leaves "the call" without a even whon there is no thought of majority. Many of our best law- its immediate occurrence, are rar yers contend that the Offut law, greater and moro oxponsive than being the special law required by ever bofore. France has surroundtho Constitution for tho ascertain- ed hor froutiors and her capital ment of the number of legal voters with a continuous line of forts aud Germany has in the Stato-is- , therefore, the only intrenchments. law to govern; but others, equally made Mete, Strasburg, Mayence as good lawyers, contend that the and Cologne gigantic fortresses, octi and truth must govern, and with somo absolutely impregnathat tho Assessors returns, under ble Italy has fortified her Altheir oaths as officers, afford the pine pnsses, her seaports and fact and truth, beyond denial, that even the Eternal City itself. Bel a majority of the legal voters of gium is spending forty millions of the State did not vote for the Con- iraucs in the construction of redoubts with cupolas of steel, to vention. close the passge by the Mass We invite everylKxly to come valley. Tho war budgets aro and wc our NEW GOODS. They everywhero increasing lu enorcertainly arc nice, as this is the de- mous proportions. cision of all who give them careful Save Tailor's bills by buying inspection, and it is really astonish- STROUSE & BRO'S PERFECT ing how low they can be bought. FITTING CLOTHING, at by-over i ob. xxx tiik coarvfTioy. XX " t xx , A H. rtrrcMK. BUCHANAN, new. 1. Thenar-plus war or tnr no MVMrLVM it THinrrr. j to bkbri. nmlbirkh. Washington, Oct. is gone. WJS? 344,-00- drawing pensions, and as many The question of better roads in moro to come. Kentucky is being very generally IIICUMA.w WANTS IT. agitated by the papers and the people are taking sncti a lively inin,ri..io (Mo) rwaocrmt.) torest in tho matter Hint it is hlclt-nickninn Kr.. is noxious to catch ly probable that tho Legislature onto tho other eutl of tho nroloct-- ! , .t tl.A.t f.A... Ml'lll 1IMtKn.,1 IU ..mv.w uv wiftfuf- ii?i nmu inniH wimlA. i c.i lll.llUtfU I.UUi mamm lllUIHtU In ...a.v .. ,'t.wu somo law on tho subject. Among tho Mound Settlement and pull it the very best suggestions on thei0n into thnt town. Tho Courier subject is tho following from the, takes the Democrat's article of a Farmers Home Journal: row weeks ago as a lever to bring "No ono knows why a free pike about that end. Judgo R indie, o r can not bo built, for limostouo is Hickman has sent here aud securat hand in nbnndance; yet over ed a map of this county with tbo these gullies and bowlders stum- road as proposed by the Michigan ble our farmers year after year to icoplo to aid in the good work. pay their valuable road tax. Good Snorts are being mado to induco roads can be made in every county immediate work ou the bridgo in this Stato during the next ten jacross tho Mississippi, the gov. years without one dollar addition- erumout's consent having already al outlay provided the people de- been secured. In fact, Hickman mand tho experiment from our wants the extension and want? it next Legislature. Tho State has bad. If Charleston would thou criminals hitch onto this end of tho road hundreds of thnt are kept in practical idleness. and bring it into this town, a work Tlio county road tax would pay worth hundreds of thousands of for surveyors, teams, additional dollars will have been done. The overseers and incidental expenses. one thing now lacking to mako our Instead of no roads or toll pikes. railroad facilities equal to the best we would soon have free roads of would be securod. Wouder if it tho best make. No cry could be will not be done. raised thnt freo labor is being deprived of work, because this very The Union Labor Party in Iowa, improvement would enlarge our which recently held a convention farming facilities and creato an at Des Moiues, nominating a fall Stato ticket which promises to immense demaud for freo labor. building was burned. Thereupon SACQUE8 and WKAPS, as well give tbe Republicans a good deal inubolished as CLOAKS and Wraps of all is made npon tho venomous tho Postmaster-Genera- l of trouble, adopted tho following VUTCRR BTATK. tho post office, saying that they grades, should be seen to be ap- habitants. Tho railroad boys toll resolution, which Is not bad for numerous must accept a colored postmaster preciated. Baltzeb & Shaw. experiencesthrilling stories of their Tito United State have now any party that desires to purify with them. or none. progressed so far in dividing up tbe National legislation: UROVKK CXRTEI.AXB roa co?r. the common territories of the Un"Until inch time as our Natlooal Con. UREfM. Extra-fin- k Patent FLOUR, ion into organixed States tbat etltatlon can be amended providing for the Few people have nn ndenuate conception of the great amount of In response to the New York Choice Coffee, (Roasted aud Green); they have nearly reached the limit. election of United Blatea Senator by the energy that is devoted to inveu Wot Id's suggestion that Grover New Orleans Molasses and Sugars, When the two Dakotas, Washing- people, we demand alt political parties !be for tbe nomination tlona in this country. ywr Cleveland run for Congress In Mr. and a good line of Fancy Groceries ton and Montana shall nave com- Senate, that of their candidates their records maybe tho number of applications for Cox's district, a correspondent of on hand, and will be sold as low as pleted tho work of State organipatents was 36,740, not counting that paper says: "Put a man of uny house. zation, there will remain, besides JUST THE MAM, and Alasand labels; and tho bis calibre and ability iu Congress District re27-2J. Amhero's Sons. the only the of ColumbiaTerritories (CtikfO TllbOM.) following ka, nuinuer or patents grouted was and tbe country at large would jJawyer--M- lo you believe in an 21,518. out of wiiion to make rature states: rendily seo the good ho could do. HOME MARKET. Now Mexico, Utah. Arizona, Idaho, overruling provldoucor' Ho could then champion tho tariff We notice with pleasure a call reform cause, and no doubt wontd .Man Drawn as a Juror "Qoslil The following might havo boon Wyoming and Indian Territory. iu tho MayOeld Monitor, on Judge uo utile to bold bis end up with written by tbe Dresden Republi None of these Territories, ex- What d'ye mean by that!" .. v iu, w . ,, . jvuuci louij, iu maunl uo cull- - any of the great protection debat- can, but it was not: cept Utah, baa a population suffLawyer (promptly) "Your honilidate to the constitutional con- ers, and wonld thereby pavo bis Tho beautiful theory of the homo icient to entitle it to electa mem- or, we'll tako him." vention that will meet next year. way to tho presidency in 1802. By market produced by Protection, ber of tbo House of Representa 1 ANT ANU FlTTDHE. Wo uo of no man of this end of all means let us havo Grover rep- so persistently dilated npon by tives nndor tbo present ratio of tho state, we had rnther see a resent the ninth district. My pri- Republican partisans, can in no apportionment. The Indian TerriTho eloquent Patrick Henry member of that convention than vate opinion of Grover Cleveland better way be refuted than by cit- tory belongs to tho Indians and eaid: "We can only judgo tho fuJudge Robertson. is tbat he is tho highest type of ing tho condition of the farmers has no Federal territorial govern- ture by the past." American statesmanship of Vermont, a State in tho center ment; but it is nn anomaly in onr Look at tbe past. China is getting a modern army of the highly protected New Eng- system that will in due time coaso When Egypt wont down throe ns fust as wo are, is reorganizing Bring your Watches, Clocks, land. So seriously has been the to exist. Doubtless it will become per cent of her population owned lior army and beginning to build Jewelry, &c, that need repairing, falling off iu tbe domauds for farm- ono of tho Statos of tho Union. ninety-seveper oont of tho railroads, and now a lodge of to Bob Buck, opposite Mit Shaw's ing lands, thnt the State has ap- All of theso Territories, aro much wealth. The people woro starved quartz ono hundred miles grocery, nt Buck Bros', and he pointed a commissioner whose du- larger in area than are tbe old to death. long and thirty feet thick has been will repair them ns a s ty it is to secure emigrants from States; but tho latter tendency is When Babylon went down two discovered. It is time we were workman should. forcigu countries and offer induce toward largo CommonwealthB,and per cent of the population owned ap20 making up our little difference ments to upon the tbe State of Novada shall not an. Henry Gkohoe, in a recont ad- abandonedthem to locate Tbo com- nex ono of her neighbor Territo- ail tbe wealth, The pooplo woro with tho Celestials. real estate. to death. dress before the Crosent democrat- missioner statos tbat upwards of ries, the ultimate numbor of stars starved Persia wont down ono When The Whisky interests, the Lot- ic club of Bultimoro, said a great of good land has in the flag may be set down at 48. por cent of tho population owned tery men. and the Frankfort nan. many things which the whole coun- 200,000 ncrcH boon abandoned by natives who pic, it is said, nre opposing tho try should hear none truer nor could not inako a living, and that Jamkm . Campbell, tho Dem- tbe laud. Bono wont down 1,000 When Constitutional Convention. Thoro needing moro to bo said than this: tbo nverago valuo of this land is ocratic candidate for Governor of men owned ail tho known world. will bono Prohibitory nmondmeut, "Lei the furrasand adjustments bs what now but $3 per acre. That is what Ohio, can point with ntro For tho past twenty years tbo fur if attempted it will ho voted Ihsy may, democrats (uvernmenl worthy Protection has dono for tho farm- ono episode in his career. pride to Whon United States has rapidly folio wod of the name Is only powihls whera Die down by tho people. The lottery er whoso market is right at his quite it boy ho enlisted in the in tbe steps of these old nations. Indeiiendence ol bufiness must go; and Frankfort personal the civic vlrtuei,the masses gives door. root Tor navnl service iu tho war for tlio Here are the figures: nnd every citttiko caro of itself. izen has an Interest lu the well being of Union. He served for two years In 1850 capitalists owned B7J the slate. Hut where aome are ao rieli lhl The work of tabulating tho ou gunboats on tbo Western per cent of tho Nation's wealth. they need have no rare how pobllo affairs Tun Catlettsburg Democrnt vote cast at the August election wntors nnd was discharged In 1870 thoy ownod 03 por cent go unleat in something that immediately thinks Hon W.J. Stone should bu eoueerus tlieui, for the Constitutional Convention Impaired health. and wheu our next Gnvoruor. Ho has been defend what ihey lave lo get mora 0' has just boon completed by As- yearB of tlrow a ponsion. For ten How is it today! ho Findliter ean threw n faithful Congressman niid is r lboi.iai.4i and thousand IN tho Paris circus a trained of dollars into sistant Secretary of Stato Riugo, ing his health restored bo volunwith tho mnsscB. If at tlin wlitlci, and where others are o poor tbat nt Frankfort. The result shows tarily surrendered his ponsion to Hon is at present boing oxhibited end of his third term in Congress few dollars, a petty oflice, a week's work, that 200,700 votes were registered tho Government and waa stricken who ridos on horseback, jumps ho should desire to crowd bis pub- even a free lunch and a few drlnka are in the State, and that 180,281 volos from tho rolls. This unique act through hoops aud over bars, fires more lo them than any publlo question, lic life with gubernatorial honors, Ihen Pemocratio government bscomee not were cast for tbe convention, be- entities him to especial considera- off pistols and performs a number a would havn a large following. tbe best, but lh. word of cevornmants." ing a majority for it of 31,911, tion. of similar tricks. y 1 tant Secretary Batchollor It hai .'popguns was exploded the vary war when it fallen from $107,000,000, at whichfeflret jear of the KIIUHII UIUI HID it stood a year ago, to )40,000,00a propose to fight Tliis balance will bo practically But, all this nside, wined out bv the reports and e with timates now being prepared flfclH s perhaps pardonablo If submission to congress. Jpft"eel Just a little prouder, after oeerrt or claims iirsj tiioro it nw radhjC tlio following eloquent ex. southern war claims for supplies tract from tho pen of "Falcon," taxen iy me union torces from ono or tuo Kentucky -- urpnan loyal residents of the south drf-- f Brigade," about the pension quee hit mo war, HuiumiuuK 10 iWi uuu; We are not paupers, and though 000,000, French spoliation Mbob amounting to about 12,0,000, more of them aro drawing penand suits brought against tho sions than were ever in ournrmies United States under tho original at any time, yet wo cheerfully pay jurisdiction of the court Aggregat- our perceutsgo of their salaries. Their conduct is nn unwilling triing ?20,000,000. J.IC IAIIU VI UIIUIl7 nfta liiv bute to our bravery iu battle, and government iu the southern cairns our manhood under tho crushing cases is 10 per cent, which Ind- defeat wo suffered. Let Corporal probable total srard Tanner pllo pensions as much as icates against the government oa this he pleases the fact still remains account of $25,000,000, paymcitof that had Gen. Leo over commandwhioh has now been Uelayed'iver ed at ona time half the number of twentyflvo years but cannot be the preaont pensioners, he would kept back mach loncrer. 'The have subjugated the whoio North judgments already entered ittue and mado It a province of the And Confederacy. French spoliation cases Indicate a Southern total liability on this accouti of everv now nenslou adds to tho In the nuitj glory of the old Rebels. It has about $0,000,000, brough under tho orional itris--, been nearly 30 years since the diction of tho court, a com pars on war began, and besides those who of tho judgments rendered Mth were killed outright aud thoso amounts claimed during tbejlnst who have died ainco, (hero scorns tour years, indicates a proQiuie to ue euougn wountieu anu under this head of aAontjplcd ones left to have whipped us $5,000,000. Thus the liabilities of from tho faco of tho earth, if they the United States, now peuding. bad been equals in any elemeut of in tho court of claims, tf brought i manhood, iletter armed, better to immediate settlement, vould equipped, bettor feu ana. ucttor absorb all but $4,000,000 of the clothed, with a numerous people surplus. Tho normal annsul in- - behind thorn and nil tho world for crease, in estimatoof departments' a storehouse, it seems strange arising out of tho growth if tho that the "ragged Rebels" should country, and leaving out of sight have been so deadly, and tho auy abnormal Increase on account Grand army of tho ropublio so of pensions, will much mora than1 little capable of inflicting harm in absorb the balances. Unoe Sam' the battle or caring for itself lu has pronably no surplus to. time of peaco. lliero are not a asking thousand call hia own. charily in all the land. Thoro nro TCRXFIKK RtJAM WITHOUT COST, a half million of the other side now pop-gunox-rob- s crip-liabilit- According to Assis enulri vthina doxen yankecs with to Congress. Because John went, that is no logical reason this John should go. Thoro is a big differeuco botwoen tho two men, Morrisoy commanded n that tho present John is wholly incapable of doing. Ky. ro-spe- Tho Idea that ono Southern man Ocncrnl Acns ItciUM. John Sullivan will uovcr ntuoliy go Mor-rlse- y vunnKitoiAii ffi. B. SHAW, TTO ji:a.ij:h in HICKMAN, U'OWi;!!..!., JILOOK.) TEX, KENTUCKY GROCERIES. has nccKtvci) a utu stock THIS IIOUHK HAS ItKCENTI.Y DKEN up for the accommodation of Slate Journal. A vrmtl. known New York Retr,Ull ' publican leader Buys Hint a lcm-ocra- t AMMUNITION. will enccced William M. Evarts in tho United States 8en-lil- HUNTING OUTFITS, FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, iu 1801. Ho says that there is no hopo for tbo Republicans in wutrtt rn.L ns sold at bio xtsve. toviiUh welnvtu stifiittsB. Oar prl VICLBtS UlTkllkU are su 1st? tha lss.t. the next New York State election, THIS Til IN IN AXT BttlK 711k l.tHQEK and predicts that the Democrats .riTIke, will socuro a majority in tho Legislature. CHALLKNCJKD! COMPETITION o TIOW-IJJUKH quns, l'l.AC-- or liruraniers and Hi traveling public generally,'' Clean rooms, nice beds, and piusre meals miarantrcd to alt who stop wilb tl. Travel! Hn. mn will find lion si our nou. w estry a full Ila of In addition, DOUGLASS BROS y Transcript. Mr. Thomas G. Sherman's startling query iu n rcccut article: "Who owns this country!'' should sot pooplo thinking. Iiriofly stated. Sir. Shcrmau shows there are 31,KK) persons, each owning over $500,000, whose fortunes aggre- will fight tho calling of a Constitutional Convention is commented ou a good deal by the press of the State. Not that it is believed Judge Lindsay can defeat tbe measure, but bocauso sucli action on his part would bo too narrow for a man of his calibre. A man who wuuts to bo United States Senator cannot afford to hunt such small gnino. Lcxiugton Tiik report that Jndgo Lindsay SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Vto Sensation. The undersigned, conarnelog buInee KENTUCKY STREET In Illckasn, only suss nhsrs of trade, "TTKEPB eenatantly oa band for biro propeilog to do assure, elralghl busitV, and sal ness, (Wing as far as puiiibls value received la each and eveiy trasiaction, and UOP.8E8, 1IUU01K8 and HACKS. dealing Is ae nensalloos. A full luj.ply Having purchased lbs stable, hone of Family (Jrocerin kept, and sold kl as and enlirt out Hi of W. I). liumm r low prleei as any. ws to eoallnu th boilaeis, aad jjyo P. II. DRYANT. elicit patronage Fauis & Parker, COUXTIIY ritODUCK. Wo will pay tho highest price for Country Produce. Also, you can always find n fresh supply of Butter, Kggs, Chickeus, &c, nnd a goneral line of Family Groceries, at our store In Fast Hlckuinn. HKLM BROS. e27-t- f ffickman garble III CK MAX, osAiia Works, -- AT B. C. RAMAGE, lTAMAK AND AMERICAN MarBLI MONUMENTS, TO Mil AND OHAVK ii gate &J,290,MK),Q00, leaving to the other 04,009,000 persons who live in this country ouly $'A7fi01000,. 000 to divido among thorn. In Prosh Groceries. The uaJerstgnstl having rurehai lbs groeery stsek of K K. Csm, will eonlinue buelnos at tbe oM stand, and proposes to tow prices as sell as good foods, aad at any. Will spprrelale your trade. (ulyfi I) 1L lillYANT. other words, two thirds of this country's wealth is lu in tho hands part of its of one o pa red Ic til all order i. Call and i amine tor Orders from the couatry promptly rf HTO.N Krt. AV1NO In stock, a fin 11 of Arae- r- "rk to-da- y years ago population. Forty-twthoro was bnt otto mau lu the United States worth as much as $3,000,000, but now there are 1,000 persons whoso possessions severally aro equal or greater than Hint. Whon will this coucoutratiou n lllid. y2C liS'TlFWIlT! 'A' ATTENTIONiEYERYBOD Y I stop! Tiik republicans, as the Cov Waving bought out lbs Clark lUkery and Uroeer;, I will l pleasnl la see all my old friends and cuatnmers Vre-Hl- II -- V '.V i AlM-ny- Iti'.Mxl, - ". ington Commonwealth says, nre making great preparations to their narrow majority in tho house of representatives by ousting democrats from tho seats In tvlllrll Hint ..... Iiaaii Atnnfrwl .,.vj tmtii vu... " . They bavo succeeded in getting seventeen defeated candidates for congross to contest tho election of their opponents, nil of tho cases except one being iu tho southern states. This fact of itself shows tbo animus of the wholo business. Tho testimony in tho cases, which has Just been printed at the printing office, flllii 15,- oVU page, aim the work must have cost In tho neighborhood of 950,000. But, nil othor republican schemes, it U done at tho ex pense or tbo people. "-- Sr IMIrrry you everj day. jaid-i- f bread on IIiiikI Wagon CuItuM, I .:i., fom 1Cm'1" will visit tlm liMt '! n. xt. MiminNY. v.v... LAST NOTICE I GROCERIES Ihi IUV HICEMAIT! A II IM al -- ANMorttiie-ii-t or KotllHl gov-emine- nt All parties Indsble I t lb eittl of tbe I V 13 I.. Ule T. 5L Frsash, des'd, art hereby noil-Ge- l, rt of th City. for lb lat lltae, te onrae forward Ooods delivered lo any un and settle th amouatiln by them, the 10th day of October 1 will put all un. settled elaln la th bands of au officer for collection. I most do this to comply wilb lb lew, W. L. McCUrCHEN, Adm'r. IVTO ipse to nam atl articles, but ni s77-! m.I ri,M. corner of Trey Ceee and see, at lb and Moieow Avenue. Kail lilckmro, Ky Til W. D1ESTKLBUINK. Family Groceries. u 2 111-- ., And get your Ulaeksmlthiiig and teeners I Ilfpairing done at able-bodie- d d Burdkttk: Tho Indians arc costing this country n great deal of money. Every tlmo the Government gives an Indian a dollar, it pays a sutler, agent and contractor $3 apiece to take it away from him. And thoy cam their money they do. Read the following; Mr.C. II. Morris, Newark, Art., says: "Hm down with Atttcouof I,nBf, and fr!rd iiJ physi1 ' -- cians pronounced me aa Insurable Consumptive. Itcran taking Pr. Klnc'a New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work oa my farm. It is th finest metiioine gajjr For Uor tfyes, over made. COWQILL'S STB SALVE. Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says "Had It not boon for Mr. King's New geFor Neuralgia and Rheumatism, Discovery for Consumption I would have COWQILL'S WEASEL OIL. Waa given up by died of LuogTroublea. doctor. Am now in best of health." Try - For Piles, IU Sample bottle 10c at J. W. Cowgill's U:vg otore. COWQILL'S PILS OINTMENT. J. F. GRAY'S, (Cot mi r ( Obion HICKMAN, tlood Work uioilo. an J aittocki-stto- Kiekiujt Sltttl;) KY. I'rim. a epecially.-Tt My tetrjlll.l, mar'O-l- f WOUK JOHN K. UKAY. Com-mitte- Is t'onanmpllon inenrwkler A. P. Olilv BR, )o( ;l 2U1T1 and iijm:3i. What to Buy? HICKMAN, KK.VIUOKY. -- IU, " Wagons, Ac. you O IVK MK A TUIAI. when repair want oa lllacksiulthlns done, or T I also kirp a full line of U&dortakor'a Qoodc, tat invsi-llgale- dr Common, Howwood, and Kolld Illack Wal nut Collins anil Cases, whioh can be filled up on short notice, and at reasonable prices, (live me n call. trade-mark- s m . to-day- ." Mir Shop in West Illr.km&n. inayU-o- s & Por Tetter and itiogworm, Tbil remedy is becoming m will known COWQILL'S TSTTEE OINTMENT, and m popular as to nee4 no seiai men1 lion. All who have uwtl electrla Hitter 18- - For Worm, sins tbe same song of pralie. A purer medicine docs not exist and It 11 inaran Cowgill's Plowant Worm Syrap ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Iced to da all that is claimed. Kleelrle Hitlers will cure all diseases ol the Liver SA TISt'A CrOX QUA P.A STtlRD on HICKMAN, KENTUCKY and Kidneyi, will remove l'lmples, Holla, TUB MONEY UF.FUSDKD. lo all bullnessentitiaUri Salt Itheum and other alTcctions canned by WII.Latlend Impure blood. Will drive Malaria rrora For Sate by the ProprWIor, Office Furniture Paclory. the system and prevent as well ss cure all novB.'TB Malarial fevers. For cur of Headacho, W, COWGILL, Constipation and InJigeitlon try Klectrio Ulttcrs Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or Hickman, Ky. 10 83 S. money refunded, ..I'rice 50 els. and $1.00 per bottle at J. W. Cowgill's Drug fitore. ATTORNEY-AT- Kleelrle Miner. H.A. &K. T. TYLiflB - - - J, Druggist, DE. A. A. FAEIS PHYSICAN AND HICKMAN, R I MUHRELL, MAN, th n gold-bearin- g first-clas- Hois at Ml UhIII tint 15th el' October, to all who Ual-icoc- anlC'80 KENTUCKY bla Professional Servlcea to lb cltliena of Hickman and vicinity SKON IiAW, (Offlr I r of er Cowgill's Drng More,) III OK KY. Courts of tb JL. TnE NEW YORK STORE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , Will shortly romovo to Newborn, Toun., nnd tho ontiro stock of Dry IIICUHA". uoottB, vc, will bo sold at cost, Legal Ihislnww All Lend Offico In fel-8- SAM'L ISBELI. KK.VrttCKY. Will practice In all First Judicial District. fmariai THAT C. 1'. Simmons, SL Lnula, Prop'' M. A Simmons LWer Me!frin, ICird in iiib v, a. irfiuri difkati j. ll,Zllln,l'ro'rA.(.Minmons Liv er Hryulstor, litt'd by ZclllnlPod. m. d. t.. j.i. mi 47 ytsr. cured I.fntoserioN, HilioLsnsss. will call, rather than to romovo and pay froight on them. Come ono and nil and got tho boBt goods tor little tnouoy. filoo Cashmoros, and other Ladios Dross Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, in fact, everything will bo sold nt cost, from Saturday, Sept. 28th 8027-t- f promptly attended, to. practice n speolalty. Uaok Uulldlnir. Tho Original Wins. 9 io. ir New Book Store. HavlnR purchased Mr. K. T. Clardncr'n entire stock ot Hooks, Stationery, Fancy H1 continue to keep on Goods, A.. I band, at the old stand, n complete line of pop-uln- ACME HARROW. Tho Acmo is tho host Harrow in ubo, and nt prioea as low ns can bo bought nuywhoro. HKLM BROS, Ag'ts, sc27-t- f Hickman, Ky. sanooi hooks, MAGAZINES. Jf. Any of th above not in stock will be promptly procured npon application. Comn and irei STATIONERY. NEWSPAPERS, think should have bin dead but lor yoor Genuine M, A. Mm. raons Liver Medicine. I have snmctlmta ha.1 to subatUute' artb' "Zctlln's atull"(oryou Medl. Cbuhm clns, but It don't anawcr th purpose." Dr. J. II. Ciaves.Hdlior tyoni PaMit. Memnhla.Tcnn. Tkt Ufa: rcctiveda saekstrsol vourLWci Medicine, and ha,e uacd hallol IU Itwoikalik. a charm. I want no Utter l.lver Ilcpilatiw and cer tain I y no more ol Zeilin'a roiituiq lirrsrsiA,SicK IISAnAcn,l.T Arravivs.11.Sous (noMACn, 1Ctc Iter. T. lteinis. l'utorll. It. lChurth, Adtmi.Ttnn.. writes "1 1 se'it m. J. CUNT. F.I.LISON. -- i WW 31 sis2S2XM2Z, W J&fr-mMf- t JLW'm!!!f'SiilLfm titmi U II II I, LM'Wl mmw'TjJSH . SdVski. -- a mum lill'lll IIISI II IS SjS'MI ,i., -e ttvJBWtlNaf'Z" i ' ' Mllfl 1 ' t H0'MU W will flfj if.'f J JMBCTK -- ssr? a X ' T"E!T U B. That TSL' ? "tXT" -82 s5- - IS ON! JPrices4 Njg is, bur RACE with competitors, rrv in which wc arc Simy, TTiwwcr, and our WAR on High amauaavsa, which will be fouglit to the hUler death! sj4 jti'jt; Jt! tM J? ESrcS' j u liSLgfe 1' aWaa aaaw p aai MEaV JHP ify . $ h Our t Neu ZB-A-LTZIEiR, pall In t Qoods It is no are NuggCH.IoiiN. omiijd ZE3I st js, ID and in such quantities that we would have to huy the Courier to enumerate them. trouble to show gdods, and wc will feel proud to have you cail and see iSt & of $.1 for The Leading Jeweler BURLINGAME. !? Tho ! lhr li penalty etlehiog any quail, bf for ot Hunters will brnr JL Largest and Boat Mook of v jttmmmm ltailroad and Levee, baa returned, and re- in important enterprises, tho Coport Ibe prospects Last weok, Mr.JohnE. Wells, encouraging. Col. of thai enlerprlte a urier can only indulge in passing Tillman Is lo report Obion Count, was on hie a prominent lawy-rreturn to Humboldt tbe total suggestions: married lo Mil Laura, daughter of the amount of land aubscrlptlons secured, Faltoo county will hnvo plenty l.l Judg 8. W. Cochran, all of Troy , and hi company will forthwith determine to ent and to spare this year, in Tenn. whether they will build Hie Levee or spite of bad roads, or throw up the eponge. Thk finest display of DRESS any now railroads. war-tariff- lb lMtb of this month. Judge Kiugtnnn, who hns been kllllnr or on a canvai of I Ml and Lnk count le, parlrldjt or pheaiaol with Col. Tillman, In lb Interest of tbe mind that Courier S J b "VsT- - In the absence of nny progress 1 1ST S TJ ZR..A. 3ST C EI ft f FIREn feS5&3 LIFE y M M Ml Watches, Clocks. JuanwB -- (o)- iltfilJHrf w A. Spectacles, Xnsieul Jewelry, XH3Kffiwfl(Instrumciits soldiers are lo ealoy a reunion on Reelfool Lake. Oct. 8th. A norab.r of Kentucky ex Robe bat beau InvIHd and will Join them on lint ooesslon. In (b Union which permit lottery drawings anil thousands of dollars are filched from the pockets of hopeful greenhorns by the agencies of theit corrupting (ambling defied. tb cnljr two slate GOODS, and nt reasonable prices, nt J. AMinino's Sons. The Obion county Kentucky and Louisiana are TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. C3ri-vo Cetlen Dell railroad from lllbbard lo the Mound Settlement, 7 mile, has been and tour mile will be completed thl winter. only about 6 Thl leave mile to bring It Into Illokman, and an engineer experienced raitrood y that Ibis 0 mites can be built for leas than Who believe tbat tbi small amount can ton; separate tit railroad aytm weit of the Mlmippl from th railroads on this elder d, (CO,-00- 0. The work of extending the ee20 Ellison & Go. Person's, wanting house help nnd willing o tnko Swiss servants, would do Veil to Icavo their names at this office. Thcro is a chance to induce a colony under favorablo Mi-nt- to haMdnuarters, at , For Anything in our lino, coma I H P H sb - 9gggBIlvllllllllllHH.IIIIIIIVJa.l3BglaMgflallllll. circutnstauecsV nuglC Spcctaclo cases free. Tbo Legislature this winter should repeal the exemption laws, them in some slmplo nnd form, so that an enterprising man contemplating failure may kuow exactly how to do it. Thero arc members of children within tho school ngo who never attend our free schools, nnd generally of thnt class, (tho poor,) for whom the free school Is most intended. Why Is this, you free school teachers! Gomo nnd sco our lnrca nnd beautiful stock of Ladies nnd Gents solid Gold nnd Silver Watches. We will not be under sold. BUCK BROS. Tbo gooso-honloons are prophesying n long, cold winter, but it docs not t tho bright promise of tho near approach of the pumpkin pie season. Tho man who docs not lovo pumpkin pie has n stomach too bad for even a Kicknpoo Indian to euro. Tbo CoimiKR has so often suggested that Hickman organize a Commercial Club that wc shouldn't enmber our spaco again with tho suggestion, but for the fact that eo many of our neighboring towns nnd counties nro being benefitted thereby, thnt wc make noto of it. A charter will bo obtuincd for our Hickman Building uud Loan Association this winier. In the mean tUno If you want to tnko stock csll at the ofllce, or see James 0. Wcnrn, Dr. S. K. David-son- , William Millard, C. II. Wilson, Rev. R. M. King, or R. S. Mnrrell. A stock of Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats and Cap, arc now ready for the market, nt extremely low prices, at J. AjinEKo's Sons. Monoy has been scarco and times harder this season than for many years. Tho wheat helped Immensely, but whou tho splendid corn crop is gathered nnd sold, hard times will ccaso. Thoso who pay op past rations on tho COURIER, will not bo charged a cent for this lift. Some of out" pGOiie whom the CoURlEu has known familiarly for SO 3 cars, nro making ho much money and doing so well thatthoy begin to wear tho air of '1 dont know yon, sir. Well, if they will pay np back subscription to the Courier, thoy can go with their stiffness and austerity. Thero Is novor a day that ono or moro farmers nro not in Illokman hunting for hands, nnd yet thoro nro idlo hcnlthv mon on tho strcots. When a man can work nnd won't work, and hns to livont tho expenso of some ono who does work, wbnt shoald bo done with liimt Send him to Cairo, DRESS GOODS, benutifnl nnd stylish ononglt for the most fastidious ore to bo found on Baltzku & Shaw's conuters. A preacher, this week, asked tho Courikr roan what ho thought of ill n nluia at tho thnntrAf Hn an. swers, it'll on they nro good thoy aro vory good, nnd when thoy nro bad thoy nro horrid. Tho people need ikuiusemontH and recreations, nnd oftentimes when thoy nrn tho good they take tho bad. A frlonil. thin wnnk. Rnorrrtatn for tho Courikr to writo up tho "Woman's Right Women of Hickman," just for fun. Oh, no; guess not. Did you over advance with long poles to attack a bumblo boos nest, nnd havo tho captain detail you to koop tho boos "stircd up," whilst nil tho others "gitt" Guess not. A mngnilloont lino of Dross Goods. Tbo ladies must bo Bnro to soo them. off-sowcll-selectdo-nio- 3E3Ci-- m a, "Trictl Z We are bow FOR AN IMMENSE Wk arc headquarters lor Jeans, Flannels, Linscys, Yarns, Blankets Edward Bellamy's "Looking Comfort, Domestics, Prints, &c. lUekward' has provoked much crltlclitu Call and examine these goods beof til kind. It it a itorj of the lw entittli fore buying elsewhere. century In which the author vrorkt out J. Amdeiio's Soss. Ibeortlloally oome of the problem of our on lo read It. llnice. The Coumin adf lie Tim fffnfnn flAttiiot-n- t anra Ilnck Bros is tho placo to liavo that the proposition lo aid the Paducab, Hickman A Boalhern railroad t egaln lo yonr eyes tcstotl and titled to the b submitted lo Ibe vol of lhal precinct. anglG best Pcublo Glasses. A citizen of tbe precinct, onlslde of Clin- a Ilia l9 tHIH It.. It .vllt tAlt Killing frosts Imvo occurred ll.fl.-Ma- AnewandWgo lot of Spectacles just received at Buck Bros. 0 0 A it " nritEHENi's WT $220,000,000 OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, INSURE TO - DAY; ASSETS! MAY BE TOO liSlS o v ad n -- . pS ti HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. LATEit I j;nrllj a Nuth F,&Xi DRY T&.&..D throughout tbeN'orthweal an far 1lf Southern Knw, Northern eonri, Northern lllinol and Eailern Mleb. j, l(.o, and light (rofla a far ioulh at Tenneaite and North Carolina and in the Mlddi Atlantic and New England Ark-iDit- agnln be defeated. This road may not be built a noon a lome anticipated, became a railroad le not built In a day or month, but it will probably be built, and if it in, If our neighbors don't keep a etoie watcb, "HarrUonville" will take Ibe cake. gatag4MpaMgJjg. WITH THE niGOEST AND GRANDEST STOCK OF Sl.tei. mm (MMM, MRS. hU eiblbillon HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c, KVEE BROTJGST TO HXCTSMAIT Wo have pen relied the markets over for Bargains, nntl harf found than, and wo offer you mm mm k ibow-golog Bargains in Every Department! That our price are always the lowest; that wo let no house tindemcll tin; tlial we coll tho very hchl gowk for the money; are prononnced lb beet. Heeonleinplatea building a new boat next Company holding forth title week at City Hall has been confronted with the Mela-po- o tteioo, the preeonton being too imali free concerts and other attractions, to aceoinuiad.lt t lie peopte. and na a consequence has imtTered finanW'r carry tho best lino of Shoes cially. It I pronounced by many decidedly in town Mens, Boys, Ladies, Miss- - tbe ba theatrical cimpny that has tli I Ited lien you need nnderHickman for several seasons, and i oa nnd Children's. favorable circumstances, wottll Shoes go to crowded house; but with the surfeit & Go's. Smith, of entertainments Juit now, AO cent tick7o eenti reierved seals, arc at a Miss. L. E. Goldor, of Hick-ma- ets and disadvantage In competing with free lent Kt., ha Juit arrived In 111 cltj and concerts. faai acMPled lb poiitlon of bead aale.latljr at Mr. L. E. Vllllmon millinery e O Ult stock of Clothing this sealabile! ment. Mr. Wlltiamion it fortunson surpasses all former lines. Mle Oolder'a r Everything now in styles nnd ate in having iceurril vice and highly recommend bcr lo her numerous cuilomen. Cairo bally Argux. goods. Perfect fitting, nnd prices ct The Grand Rush hns commenced I Everybody nnd thoir MILLINERY OPENING friends aro going to II. IluailAN- an'h to buy their Goods. Ho is selling nt nwfnl low prices, and yon enn get anything you want Astonishingly low. Don't throw wsdxesoat. nwny your money, when yon can moro Price's Flonting Oporo gave get any for a dollar than yon can other house. Oomo and In IhU eilr lait Frlda; nt two exhibition sco and bo convinced. ocU and Stturdajr night. Mr. Trice I a fapeople, and vorite wih nur Tito Fnnt&Wnrron Comedy s oke: "OLD THOR2TT" CIGAR 3vjc a JON E S' HAWZES, CliAaEtK NAHIIYILI-Ia- , fc HOGG, Frop'0, TEaVlf. FOR HAL13 ItV T. T. SWAYXK & CO., DOUGLASS BROS., D. B. BRYANT. II. C. JUDGE, A IV, WM. WILBURN, MRS. FKTHB, J. 0. ELLISON,-JNO- . W.COLE. JOHN WITTINd II I C K M nil over tho country. KKSTIICKL Ellison Don't Forget nl ways get beet pbydeiana In the oounly, died, in the city of Fulton, Tuesday, the let Initant. it eongmtlf chill, and wat buried In Hickman Cemelary on Wednei day. Tb bereared family bare the affectionate regard and lender ympatby of all. on of Ih Dr. John T. Anderson, an old cltlien of Fulton, and regarded by all g can't bo equalled. Smith, Ellison & Co. There is n secret organization that you can what you want from ui, as wo keep our slock full nt nil times. ja Our reputation is made on theso point, ami wc shall keep it up. Tho Ladies Confederate Monument Anoelatlon of Kentucky, at their annual meeting hek! In LnliTilIe lait week, report a fund oollected and placed In bank amounting to $3,930 35. It li contemplated to rail a fund of leveral m lo erect a tbouaand dollar more, bindnome teallmonlal to departed chivalry and worth. in Baltimore, Md , tbe object of wbieb is to protect it member from unfortunate ruarrlagea. When on of th club feci that he is falling In love lie confes'e lo his and Ibey appoint a committee to investigate tbe mailer and advise him I herein Io a certain seme the institution la a Trust In hearts, but It object la higher than that of moat monopolies. It alrlvei lo reduce the unhap-pln- ei of the world to a minimum, and has been fairly aucceniful In it restricted Held. The d new comes, however, that all tb member of the organisation are in love with the same girl. fellow-membe- rs COME AND SEE US! kir Inxpect our Stock! Wc guarantee satisfaction, and Don't fail to exainlua Know wc can incase you. J wt We have Mens and Boya Clothing from tho very lowest prico to o the very finest Suits, and wo perfect fit and satisfaction. J. AMnnuo'a Sons. A man hailing fro m St. Louis, guar-autc- our Stock before buying I ) the railroad building now under headway from the Cotton Hell road In lbs direction J ofiliokruan. Between 100 and 200 hands A ara now al work on the earth work, laying orois ties, and on about half a mile the iron Is laid, &o. The Couaira'a reporter find that the work la Involved In lorn mystery, and citliens of that section are full of canjeolures and turmlies. Some believe that the Cotton Celt I at the back SATES. of It, otbera that It is Jay Clou! J, and other that it is an screed move between 00 On rolnmn, on yr.aw.nMMMMMH.t( ua m C4ilnm .. Ih Paducab & UicLiuan and Cotton Hell; on yrr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King are .,. AA 00 lilting relative at Jaokeon.Tena., tbi Onrirlh culnmn n " but the mill men who aro building the . W W Onlchth road announce lhal ills for the preeent wiek. II pru4r Trtnlot ft4 Ug only for their mill accommodation but of nn Inch, Art lumtlou; flflj cnti pr Inch xh ltl(lanAl InMrlfon A malrimotiinl cpldomlo thnt ibat they hope ultimately to extend to To-daor ftroJd-iliTor tjHKll poiltl-ontlfrtlhas about passed and Hickman. In tbo meantime ill being trnek Louiivllle carried off 60 couple 44ltluut iMvfit, riulrtif t NltlHg ifri4uuin I Hill work on lb l T. & A. and Ibe F., I...1II ala.l lait week. ! IM Utt "l m4. a""" a... all a.- -, II. II. & S. railroad baa not begun. If tb M lrtntM of OMinarl, expenslveroad building for "Old Thornl." Sco his picture New yeaterday had laid tomorrow in- - ly temporary mill accommodation. mere will lctirKJ frH lb Afoti Tn leoc&l Dcttai loctsupcr lls&fint vcrk; 4 Tm.i). la IhU ntV Couilia. Tb bail clear l f iHiirromiiacj enta pr eofJ In Hickman. come, ft would have hit pretty correctly, evr, they are building It, and we ihall In lbs Annt Locklo Rold, nn old and It would mm, wbnTherework(till attention find out by an 1 by. The river I yet beI a faint tween us,'and they can't well run over u would coram eneo. colorol woman of Ibis city, hope, however. -- I'aducb New Oct. 1. without us knowing who did It. died Monday morning laet. If iron want Tixttr, Prof. Shalor, formerly Stato If yoq want KnrtinpM, Grand IJalloon Asoonslon at U you wnl Hill 1n.J, ! hai publialied an arllcl In tho the Indian Villugo Saturday night, ueolcgiit, Magaxlne on tit aabtectof Pub-- Sornoihiag to If ruu wftat (tutinnti, Hcritmer'a ! Iltrl llJi, Kji.u worth going 60 miles to boo. (loads, which shows an Intimate knowl Not llrutt, II oa want lie II you want lluttnea CarJ, ruro homo-inadApplo Vln-cgn- r edge and ttudy of our Kentucky system Your attention is no.w called to my If yon ount YUllln C'urJt, of public nt lull IrjtlUtlunt, If yon for salo at T. T. Swaynis He ataerti tbat the coil ten our poorper anlurgo and elegant lino of If you want Xtilpplac Ta(, dollar roads Is not less luau so27-t- f If yoit wnl 1n.lMrircutarr, & Go'8. num lo each household, and that It largeIn fart, If yn anl JOB FIltXTIrtO t aay 4oa In a moil MiKhclory naantr, yoa Davo Montnomory has gouo ly exceeds our entire Klnlehi lax. Surely consisting of every Sltttpo and ought to study I statement. can haa yauf anil tatlin4 Vy callln al tha lo Dellview, Ml an. Heveral of our lliok-ma- n our people Color to bo hnd In tho mnrkot. hoy are engaged la bimneM there. got H. P . ?mfim, f JJ fy y ctfon n ADVEIlTIQINfl LOCAL NEWS. jr.e .,w lrllmat It IseMJ. hM cleverly iwln died our neigh- bore of New Madrid, Mo. lie rocured 7b nbieriber lo a circulating Library, agrre-booIng to exchange for new in one three month, It worked well until the "lu SI. Lout for bwk warn n!ilpd clung , but neither booki, or money can be hearvl from. Hickman Is booming with abowa: llarri' Circus, Price' Floating Opera, Eugene Roblnion'a Floating Palace, The Kiekapoo Indian, Mile Orton'i Wild Weil Menageria, Fant & Warreni Dramatic Company, all in a heep, furnish abundance. nmuaement Theae in Comhinalion are making their way South for Ibe winter eaon. y Ouil New Fall and Winter Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes is now complete, and will bo sold as low as any house in (his section of the country. sc27-2J. AMnKitr.'s Sons. Mncu speculation oxists as to m Whcclcr ntorrs aro cpringing np Tho Tanners certainly havo the right nnd privilege to so invest their monoy if they choose; but say, yon furmors who have been tnking tho Cour(Comer of Jackson and Kentucky Sircefs,) 20 ier the past will or 30 yenrs, nnd who kuow it not Intentionally deceive you wo say, "go slow." Tho moro merchants tbo more competition, and competition is OPENED, with new STOCK, out and out. fine, stylish KlflS fo Jifra to farmers nnd JUST tho best reason able. Patronage solicited. all consumers. A young couple sought tnarringo lioense of County Clerk Taylor, when ho asked the ngo of tho brido ns tbe law requires. Tho young man didn't kuow, and tho brido-to-bafter much embarrassment, answered 10. Tbo clerk, ns ho had to, refused to issuo tbo liceuso without tho consent of tbo parent. Tbo brido tho caught on nud affirmed tbat aho was over 21, but out of abundant caution tho par- Has just returned from tho markets, anil is now OPENING UP rf ent was sent for, who, whon quesShe's 2G past, tioned, nnswered: on to 27i" and lew Llray Stable HICKMAN, , KENTUCKY, safe-guar- d KINGMAN & BOMAE. e, 11 F. P. OAYCE, CALL KENTUCKY, Wall, SEE BIM -- well-nig- h Dry Goods, Notions, Hat:, Shoes, $50 SEWINOMACHINE. NO CHARGE, A And, in fact, a full line of NEW GOODS in every department, anJ at Prices that Defy Competition. He invites an inspection Ho guarof his Stock before purchasing antees satisfaction in Quality and Price". NO LOTTERY, FREE BUT AND I GIFT! MACHINE, Tbo General Agent of tho NEW HOME SEWING closiur the annual rH(lirtof r!, rpl, -rl -I- 1 ., iicii ap-a.m- .i. Look at Thisl well-kno- d Pta L:ii;: o of Sewing Machine Work in the city of Nashville, tho first week in October, has been induced to spend tho socond week with STEPHENS & TYLER, in Hick man, for tbo purpose of exhibiting tho expert work that can bo done I cm iiiio now iuuiuuguiy iiiiiu76u Machine, nnd tho simplicity nud ease with which any lady or gentleman can bo instructed. The General Agent will display on this occasion about gl.fiOO to $2,000 of the finest expert mnohiiio work. The undersigned, to ndd Intorest to this "Sowing Machine Week," offer a 1 display after 4 Tin: & ? v A.l V-UI in.r-- jju j lee 101 1.k 1 1 Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with ncatnc8 New Fall Millinery, Courier Job Office. S. K. DAVIDSON, 3i : (OHlce nnrw M. m. m rjc , ovir Cowglll' Drug Store,) lllclcninn, Mcnlucky. Saddlery and Harness! I a only Mouje lu lllrkraan full line of tli It. MII1WH that keep BUGOY HARNESS, Mr. John A. Wilson, an old ctllien and for many year County Court WAGON HARNESS, Clark, died, at hi home, near Illokman, nnd SADDLERY. Saturday morning, Sept. 28th, ult. t Work and price guaranteed. Will (Ira jrapthy li fell toward lb mournirg Karn-ca- ine pal'alscea will arrive Or pen li vlilllng her father, W. L. exhibition tbe and will rcmalu here aeveral per thepronounoe tbi made beat many and new river. It baa on week. attraction elticu lull season. The musebaa been stocked with all manner of Wk nro hondqunrtors for Hoots. um freaks, and tbe vaudeville performance Wo carry tho very best makes, nt in the thentre la reported a apleudid. price lowest After thU season these floating lilace & Co. Smith, will only exhibit in tbo larKr towns and Rov. L. Iilanton, hns boon up- - cities. pointed to tbe paelorale of the lliokmaii Tho original Kicknpoo Indian colored Methodiil oburoh. A J. Tolbert Modlcliio Company, under tho goc to Mackville, Ky., Dr. UDOHAN AN hns some Elder Wright nnd Sparkmn'n, special liarfmius in nil linos of of tb ChrlitUn Church, will commeno a goods, and we would ndviso our protraoted meeting In Hickman, Sunday menus to givo mm a can uoioro next. baying, ns ho will surprise you Who is "Old Thornt!" If you with tho remarkably low pricoa lie amoke, and will once (moke "Old Thornl" has placed on his stock of now clgnr, you will never aik that queitlon goods. octl gain, Etigeno Robinson'H Flonting Mrs. Dr. Tarkor, of Bowling Tho goods wcro bought with nn eyo single to the iutorost of my frionds nnd customers, each of whom, I hope, will find something to suit thoir tnstannd fancy. Nov-c-r boforo bnvo such lovely goods bcou oflorod nt such Low 1'rfctt, and novor before conld ono indulgo so freely thoir own Bweet faucy, tliero being no limit. You will also find a full and lino of Novelties; also material forall kinds of Fancy Work. A handsome Stamping outfit with which stamping can bo douo on com-pleto d ns a FREE gift, without chnrgo or prico for tiokots. Ono ticket will bo givon each family who will be kind enough to call nt STEfiiENS & $50 Sewing Machine and despatch Bill Heads, Ellison a good llni of god, Bargain nv markit, lo thl i18-4- family by Ih people among whom tkey p, m, hare lived io many ytar. Rcmnlln, has inaungomont of two located in Hickman for weeks' stay. Frco Indian exhibitions nightly. The Doctor can bo consulted fret, ovory day, nt tho Indian Villttgo from 9 a. m. to 5 octl One farmer opposes tho Hickman ATiptonvlllo Lovoe, because it will causo tho Innd to bo cleared up ntul kill off tbo cano rango for stock. Yes, and It might causo moro school houses nnd churches STEFHENS& TYLER. to bo built, and thoy would For Hats, Caps, Gents Fursuch mon as him as rapidly ns tho clenrod land would kill nishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, short notice Rubber Goods, Notions, &o., go to An invitation is horoby oxtoud-e- out tho cane. so27-t- f Baitzkr & Shaw's This sum In mathematics: If tho to each and all to givo me a call. prices of beef oattlo have fallen AIDIK I.. JOIVE.N. HiirklMi'M Arnlrn Hnlvo. Oetl.tf on an nverago from 2 to 3 cents Cut TnKHes?8it.v In per pound In the Inst two years, B mines, More, Ulcers, the wnrltl for .'ever, Salt Rheum, Tho war botweoit our Fulton nnd nil other meats In proportion, Sotes, Tetter, Chapped Jlsmls, Chilblains, county Republicans still on, and kuive are whetted for tb fray. "Ueiors will bo how long will It bo beforo totnil Corns nd all Skin Eruption., and cures Piles, or no pay required. It dyln' In do air," later on. Our Tanner denlers will stop charging tho and Daltiell are on the war path. Dem- sumo old figuros, or ootnmonco li HUUuntreJ to plvo perfect ttf action, refunded. '.'6 eenti per" ocrat, hand off, nnd let 'em al It, paying tho farmors 2 or 3 cents or money sale by J. PriceCowftll, W, hox. For l. an.t truth U "rrrich a jmprwlimub dirt.., moro for tho nnltnnl on foot! Too for '' I poll-live- ly Smith, Ellison & Co. Tickets ready for presentation on (Friday, Sopt. 20). nnd nftor Tbo award will bo mndo tho Inst day of tho display. Tho tickets will all bo placod in a jox and the lucky numbor drawn by somo child; but it is no lottery, for no one risks anything. to-da- y Tyler's Furniture Store. Letter Heads Note Heads, Statements, .Envelopes', Ball Tickets, Business Cards, SuLTbsox-i"lbi- o Drug-pli- wind-,- OOtTHIE iCox tlfcto IF., "TT sentimental Oreenlsnior never kisses an lecher?, Tho warmth snl susceptibility of jour nature will encourage tho now SnmBOn, tho Strong, Was siren. Tl ough as strong s a giant, look out for Dolllah's sclsors. Samson, tho Bsgullod by f Wormn strongest man who ever lived was over- SHOJiN OF JUS LOCK'S. il if ir V T? m , color tho sealp, but ruin the hair, can, Again, this narrative teaches us tho lng It to fall out In lmndfuls nflor the lions, scalp disease, scrofulous power of an In tho woman coloring process ha, been continued for portrait gallory ot ltlblo querns wc find n certain length of time. Dt I). tarucd If, on fair trial, It don't euro, Abigail and Ituth and Miriam and Ono of tho must powerful of all . ., , ,. .. a Vashtt and Deborah but In the rogues' Tho subject ot Dr. Talmago's sermon gallery of a police station you And tho known hair dy.s 1. a preparation of Ct ' uso last Sunday was: "Tho shorn locks of pictures of women as well as mon. lienna, tho drug used In tin Turkish Dr. Bago'a Catarrh llemcdy at'd end It. Samson." Ho took for his text Judges Delilah's picture belones to tho rogues' mmm0mm" I harems for tho purpose of' ttnlnlng the "JUfly MU Cum nnd Cured V Poon llttlo King Alexandria, of h'wvla, xt! , 6: "Kntlco him, and seo wherein gallery, but sho had more power than fingor nails nnd Imparting to thorn w as merely anointed, not crowned, bevueo AT l)RCOolr aKuTmattr-a- , Lis great strength Heth, and by what nil Philistia J n doop roscnto liuo. armed with sword nnd As t hair dye It tho royal exchequer could not stand tho x TrlCCrMKLESA VOGEICR CO.,Bltlmire, Hi. means no may prevail against hlin, thai spear. Sho would carry off tho Iron colors tho locks of n bright rich auburn, prnaeof procuring a crowu and othor wo may bind him to allllet him; and wo gates ot Samson's solution as easily ri - -but It used of too groat strength It pror will grvo theo nvery one of us eleven ns ho shouldered 11m irates of (lira. Cssrsateri Rf I ' Kscrlalur Springs, Mo. "V duces tho ugly shade ol rod known In hundred pieces or silver." Tho sermon j Tho force that had killed the lion which I'neqnaled ns a health nnd pleasure resort I B isml. bygono days whon golden and auburn uttering from big head." was as follows; amnaBBSv BlBBak ono dig-- plunged out flen-from tho Watcrtiiir In WANAMAKEH'S ,UM SCHEMES. Ono thousand pounds, or aliout $.1,000 thicket troos woro not In fashion by tho vul- Finestwaters will Pluro lintel tunthe West . akBaSki I'ftef fSmKL ly rstorn mall, Tho nil Kidney lie thought that 1 wa good enough to win tho iurtlil full ilenrrtpltra utterly succumbs to the silken aiBkV gar namo of "carrots," Tho block lialr and Liver Diseases, Dtsipsla, Dlabolcs, of our money, wore thus offorcd for tho net which oldlers' votes, circulars ot j Hon It Makes Ills Coniierlli.ii with til weaves for the giant. Complaints, Hk'ln und lllood news ii Hut M,en I tilod tu keep hie pledge he laid I capturo of a giant. It would taken Ho who has Delilah an army m riotous reGuteritniFnt Vy Well. dyes nro far loss used than formerly driven eta TAIlOt tTITtat felt mr oats: skillful photographist to picture Sam treat with tho bleached Tho Now York Saturday (Jlobo do Thoy aro all moro or less poisonous, For handsomely Illustrated descriptive A battered veteran like me was handrfora jaw tone, smiting trims tiniii. son as ho really was. Tho most facllo them hlpnnd thigh AnrbutydivJI. . ilares Itself unable to accept a state- having sugar of lond Invariably ns ono pamphlet, applt to!'. CiumiLku. 0. P. &T. i'gn great slaughter, Dtrytnulllctnre wonls aro not supplo enough to describe now falls captlvo with To ihowtne Administration m gre'at In the ment of tho Cincinnati Enquirer, tlm of tho chlof Ingredlonts. Many enscs A., 'Wubaeh Line," Bt Iouls, Mo. ran easily aad at tho feet of an unpcnilonllno. him. flo was a giant and a child; tho worthy woman. Dolllah in the ltlblo asssssHsisUaRiA statement In quusilon being as follows. of facial paralysis, nnd In somo In- -, Tiik Prlnco of Wales Is shotting a disXl quickly Itarn to Hut I wm much too honest In my speech and nil ae make conqueror and tho defeated; ablo to stands In thq useful Hid were Invited some time go for the un' any la'menl, la memorable company, of stances of fatal brain dlsoaso, havo position to inaVn himself inventedas atroll as In my talk. . niamental. map a lion's Jaw, and yet raptured by Adah ami SClllah Uo has velvet any at. 10 any nnd And to for Indiscretion I hare been made to forms ot tho Cincinnati mall earners. Msiy been traced to tho uso of tho pernicious uiess 50ut- beaaniaforUdr tho sigh of a maiden. Ho was ruler and Jezebel and Athaltaand lSu'hsho'n ctcurloesl leading furnishers went Into tho walk, or child. Addreu and llerodias, r mpetltlon. The lowest Cincinnati bd was fluids. ftlatq; a commingling of Irtuo and v Iro, tlrepon. IIim I'ru,ltaA r f'.Mn.... How deplorable thq. Influence of such per uniform. Hut Wanamaker & Drown. Korr, Indlicrctlon Is a fault to make official !.o 'n vODY & CO.. A delicate palo pink fluid Is proparod Mild, eiiuablecilmato, certain the subllmo and ridiculous; sharp in and abundant grlere. i 1'hiladclrh'a, got tho contract at ttX. Ot enough to mako a good riddle, and yet and contrast with Rebecca nnd Phte be cia)UsU,0. And coatlits In saying publlrly the things that c urse. John did not hare any tip to kuock off by tho best perfumers of Paris for ci ins, Jtest fruit, groin, grass, stock country Iluldah andTryphenaand JcplithaV M11IU.V1'XVJ "! you believe, weak enough to bo caught in tho most wmtenlng tho hands. This Is ap- In the world Full Information free Address that Are cents. . 4 Immigration Hoard, Portland, Urotrou to takenollcoof the deprecatory Alid lu Wo have not coon tho superficial stratagem; honest enough uauguter and alary, thoTuutrur of Jesus. Deplied In tlio following maimer. A small l rri Whllo tho latter glittered In tho firmwink to sottlo his and debt, KMrraOH Wiu.UM.of Germany, has b jet Which shows that your superiors aren't say- partment books or tho cont act, but quantity Is poured in a cup. and then W DAK Kit & CO.'h outrageously robbing somebody nlso to ament of God's word llko constellations this statement of tho facts has been taken up In a llttlo sponge nnd rubbed o mean active member of the Goethe Soing what they think. with steady, cheerful, holy light, tho 4 ciety, which has lu headquarters at Weigot tho material to pay it; a miraclo and Hut I'm an op and downright chap, I (an not' mado in tho Cincinnati papers as an thoroughly over tho bnolc of tho hands 1 mar. meteors A Hulk or trim. fccuffliig; a crowning glory former shoot llko balefulominous ofacross I tho terrified heavens, war, And to they thought It safest to get rid.'. Cor- announcement of tho result of tho bids. nnd Angers, being loft to dry for somo of and a burning shame, There ho stands disaster Yoc medicine, when I It has boon loltorntcd and commented minutes, and then wiped off lightly takinghardly reallio that ills Pills, ther art- poral J Ira. Ja ol.oiilrly "" IMrKr's Llttlo Liver looming up aboo other men, a moun- powor and death. Jf there Is a divine tcluhU, II on thoro nnd clsowhoro, and wo havo with a pleco of fine flannel. Tho fingers very smalt; no badeffoctsiall troubles from in the goodi nwMior, her face In 'as Hen Iltrrlton was glad to hear mt tpSk, tain of flesh; his arms bunched with bright with purity. unsclfl.sU love WojChwnlfial waited vain for Hat now my conversation appears, in fuke dony orInexplain. Mr, Wnnamakor to aro then tinted vory falntlv with a w'll liter nro relict td by their use. muscle that can Utt tho gate ot a city; beaming from Hot a. II 4t him weak. rjo, a geptluness that k k4 la lu Tho report of tho liquid rougo from tho first joint to tho taking an attitude dnflant of armed by M A frMffS f' IS vr to the end or auitui at lt.fWMUIoketa 1- -i !!svc ! chas;t or pingsnnd sufferings nnd holy t. iud( cdf tvt t bidding and award mado publlo In nail. Tlio nnlls thomsolves are polished ttero taken at the Parts lixpoMUoa. In mt(S,Jnwwl CM aOti4 men and wild beasts. His hair had never i wsm to Know; n S", s4 it iWifes l.i s a, thorofore, all tlio with ngato powder, nnd thon tinted 137 J the cumber was only 7,l,ono, And If It'i I, why, then, of course boon cut,nnd It rolled down In sovongrcat anxieties has been mellowing and softrlht Cincinnati lnuv.il.i.srMt Ir ii -that I thojld go. probabilities on IU sldo, and we havo with a palo shndo of rote color by n Ii plaits over his shoulders, adding to his ening for many a year, uttering Itself In V'k, i.al. .... Tl.t.l. VI.U.-I- .. Da.. 1. W...- He thinks lm suffering f rom Dig head . per- - so doubt that if Congress iavW.igato.. rvery syllable, a dignity that can not be lKrllinJM 1II.I tSSUISU, -' r.pflr.r.r;!!j..n fierceness and terror. Tho Philistines u i imuf rsrir nimi If trrtOHl save their clothes I (till ii'gJajtit tJ!rtVf Mit v... Imi tiiut I -- I' hsrt the charge Is true. dethroned, united with' tho playfulness . I m sil la U T"i want to conquer hlin, and, therefore, the of tho hands Is usually and streog-th-, and do ths work, i Hut I respectfully submit A' got l big It will bo found that tho contract wns the make-u111 not bo checked, her hand tho - head, too S.il.1 by (lr.Mr ncrywl.er. thoy must And out v hero tho sccrot of that w awarded to Wanatnaker ifc Hrown ex- confidou to a special manicure, ., I re- "" J0UV iVrKrTu "" will instantly tako pain out charm that -- N. Y Sua. his strength lies. W.BAXER CO, Dorouesr, Mmiu actly as stated. quires vory careful manipulation, j -- There Is a woman living in tho lallcy of tho child's worst woundher presence Tho houso of Wnnamakor & Hrown Whon tho treatment Is completed, th I Imnw and Paris railroad street-car- s DALZELL'S WRATH. a perpetual benediction, her namo our of Sorek by tho name of Dolllah Thoy Is, wo understand, an offshoot of lndrisnblo to dlsnlnv a dalnlv whltn ! adonimbuse are allowed by law to carry .vhen wo I lie Sounds Sundry Ilssth Knells anil appoint her tho agont In tho case. Tho defense outgushlng are tempted, her mem"John Wannmaker'." and tho busi- nnnil. with nhnrmlnf mmhIa flnn ooiy certain numlwr of well of tears and conory an Cursee of the f'alrcnlld Order. Philistines aro secreted in tho same ness relations botwoon and thanksgiving, them aro tips. In somo instances when tho mako- her. Work for workers: An. va ready U Though too indignant nnd oxasper-nte- d building, and then Dolllah goes to work gratulation palm ' waving and a coronal; to wrlto concisely, siy humblo close, though Wnnnmnkor & Hrown un la vorv alnbonite. the veins nro ' work, and uv Jim wwtti. to iubhd money! and coaxes Samson to tell what Is tho beaten a Is olnlm then there just as great an influence independence of tlm patraced with a blue liquid manufactured luuuJ, Va.,andseolf they can notr.eip ja. opinion of tho dlsmlssnl o! Corporal secret of his strength. " oil," he says, in the Tnnner, requosted by you, ,s of little rent house. Nevertheless, it Is gen- for the purpose, called murine. "If you should tako fovpii green withes, mother, opposite direction in wtho bad' her brow beclouded ith unIr yonuK men will not bellevo In them Tho cars and nostrils thon demanded such as they fasten v. lid beasts with, worth, but horo Ills: It Is Uo old story erally understood that tho capital In selves passion, hcrv oj-- "flashing governed fc Hrown and put them around me, 1 should bo I, In part at attention. The forinor aro shadod with thea. no wan or woman coo bellevo tu of "I find no fault in th man, but "Wanaraakor perfectly powerlc? t " So she bind"? him with unsanctiflod fire, her 11ns the crucify hlml'1 If Tanner had been least, John Wnnamakor' s unpltal, so rougo around tho edges and on tho tobo. rnnaCeecborSoraThntat thstiestmesll. with tho seven gTccn withes. Then she fountain of fretfulnes.s and deprav found guilty of drunkenness, stealing that whon ho lots a contract to that Tho latter aro tinted Inside with a dur- - nneis iuu ajiuuaj oi Jiorriiuumi ami Tar ity, her example a mildew and a blastclsn3 her hjtii'" zfX 2''2 "T,ovccmc' firm ho practically lets It to himself. ablo kind ot liquid rouge. Tho oyo- - Plko'sTw5ci Drops Cuo Iff one minute. or other crime tho soldiers would bo a ZLJlIjI tho Philistines!" and ho walks out as ing, ho namo dlgraco to coming genWhllo this U our understanding of brows nro defined by nienns of n small sattslicd. If his crime is that ho is erations, her memory a signal for bitterTnsb''th-rte- f though thcro wero no Impediment. Sho est !r!rllU , tbaa that not an aristocrat with a ixdlgreo, a tho matter, bawsd on all facts obtaina- soft pencil. JTio eyes aro darkened at of any Kuropean country but Prance, Hu s SOLD anathema, her eternity a whirlwind EST coaxes him again, and says: "Now, tell nnd a sulToeatlon and ,ta standing at tho bead of the iutt. a darkness. One martinet with a title, or a nlllionalro ble, no prefer to leave It for a Con the roots of tho lashes. trie tho secret of this great strength," DEALEflS gressional Investigation In which nit Tlio lea ling French actresses. IncludBYTHrS" with n million, a million sen who and ho replies, "If you should tako wrong headed, wrong hearted mother Pais in the Ktdens4rly alway It l.i of ing Mdllos. Jano Hading and Harlot, adlaordered IfteTnnd is promptlycomes from, woro llko him tho private's blouso tho fucts can bo dovoloped. relieved by QRATEFUL COMFORTINQ. somo ropes that hate no er been used, may ruin one child, and that ono child, will condemn and avenge this decapi- rocord that slnco John Wnnnmnker mako uso of some special preparation for Carter's Littlo Iaver Pilis lion t forget thta. and tlo me with them, I should bo just grown up, may destroy a hundred Wnnatheir eyes, tho composition of whloh Is tation. If hts fault Is that to was too bocamo Postninstor-tionernlike other men." Sho ties him v 1th tho people, nnd tho hundred blast a thous A czussmrj Pamesn U an Tho widow, tisirtr.ali tears old. an. ropes, claps her hands and shouts and, and a thousand a million. liberal toward tho soldiers 1: will nnd makor & Hrown havo attempted to tiso kept secret, and which inaVns tho eyes sphoro Is n realm of honor and power al- shorn. fourth-clas- s IMiwi aores f Uui. BREAKFAST. postmasters as tholr u" Is not altogether "Thoy como-t- ho brilliant PhlllstlnosI" Ilo I'rom the Island of Corsica thcro start- should destroy tho Hopubllcan party, ngonts Tho lotting of this Cincinnati secularly as .Mdllo. It What a blessing was r "nralhorrsati snn.l.l "I tka raiaraljaws.walks out as easy as ho did before not most unlimited. harmless, Harlot suffered at j r, for it obtained powor nlono by promise n . Trie lb wHhewTf.tostt.eDr Isaac hlf IMXII..I 4mlif """ a tir-;s- i a single obstruction. Sho coaxes him Sarah to Abraham, was Deborah to f.apl-dot- ed forth a naturo charged with rr!,tiT5 ono time from a eovore attack of In- - Thosapsou eByuWuwer llruntstllltSio tnu-j-- ail of Increased nnd uti in ousurod liberality contract is no worse for Iho Postmaster-Gecnerglos to mako thrones trem- wasZipporah to Closes, was Ilulrvrfts.af. neral ..a .J. again, and ho says: "Sow, if you should than this. His methods flnmmatlon of tho oyes. caused by Its My own opinion is that dah to Shallum. Thcro aro multitudes blo and convulso tho earth. Piedmont, In pensions. r 6ir..f.l m,ri.biki. infl.i. at ute .. j HiMuiDsa lestxttilaesMyi wit. any d.vtb.rt k.i tako these sccn long plaits of hair, and ot I. l men In the marts of trado whose for- Naples, llavarla, Germany, Italy, Aus- - an" aaa' no mattor who, had better call for full Investigation from Con use. The bttio pencil was Introduced, - roero tbaa inwet4 1 brdakuxy. ! M "lelUiala ntinann. rM1a(Trtltip by this houso-looarlwtt task a.. .a Bar vtoavo them Into a Ii I Ia aaJHa tunes have been tho results of a wife's tria and England rose up to crush tho "cn dismissed than Corpo-a- l Tannor, gross, with a view to bringing out tho ii not inrentcu. uy Mine, juair ino web, I could not get away." So tho . . . IB.ltsJiU4lfMW . Il.r.1r9fV Four hands havo been rising man. At tho plungo of his bay- - nnd I nm confirmed in thli opinion by connection botweon Wunamokir, tlm lips nro stained with a rorrcrful liquid ' KxrijifrfxslorafriHBhihirlsdrora makes frugality. ttf . houso-loo' Is rolled up, and tho shuttle IPS" .ir a. ..l.i-- fa Cabinet member, and Wnnamaker. the preparation formed of rouge dissolved In i "r"'ul' l'u,Mt' Wl.r J St iMsXI! (p't'ti ItI aarllh fllos backward and forward, and the long achieving that estate, two In the store onets basttles burst open. Tho earth tho universal voice of all soldiers oreeones-ranKok"4 ft pKftHr iwrutwi i ut- - - Clrtl .Vtl .u 1)1111 uepublle. vinegar and ammonia. groaned with tho agonies of Itlvoll, hero, whoso indignation Is simply Iv.s-ladales trutbojuiurf piiitirvaf fi4t- , plaits of hair aro woion into a web. and two at tho home- - Tho burdens of mj nrir phi tAnnw mr r p'i. Somo of tho Parisian bolH employ a ntoteoi In the preWaceofoar rWors. Then sho claps her hands and says, llfo aro comparatively light when there AiLstorlltz, Saragrossa and Eylau. Kivo POLITIUAL MELANGE. are other hands to help lift them. The million men slain in bis wars. Crowns The proposition to rated a quarter professional bcautlfler to got them up "They eoiuc the Philistines!'' TlrtT, oasieat to Ue and rhf-1'iao'a JAMCS EPPS Ii CO . HeciccOMlMc ChfnUU. greatest difficulties havo often slunk wero showered at his feet, and kingdoms million dollars for legless Corporal London, CngUnd. Ho walks out as easily as ho did "A tannor," says .Shskexpenre, dally, a woman who comes overy morn' Iletnedy for Catarrh. l dru(,-ins-t. 'Ac l drawing apart of tho lm.mv.illi away becauso thcro woro four eyes to hoisted triumphal arches to lot him pas, Taaaor Js galnin? pround dally among "will last ,....... nlno yem-.- " Alas! for Inl' iiriiil ta I ( f ftMta waatiita ...- ,- nalHta v. ....... "" " "' Ha who walls to do a great deal atonca JTi.ii t' him. Hut after awhllo sho persuades look them out of countenance. What under, nnd Kuropo was lighted up at tho ,u iHi-- t A hut last -- , I i.imtu "' funds -in.. tt. such ..iiB.raui cututuia. and Garfield. tho corporal. Ho didn't (Ivsjp nlno and penoils and dies. i Thoro are I rench will seldom do any turn, atall lilra to tell tho truth. Ho says: "If you care you for tho hard knocks In the months. Chicago Trlbuno for Grant ). mate oeautios, gentlemen, too, riii--ricauseway of hit- , should tako a iuut, ur and cut oil world as long as you havo n bright do- could almost have made a THEFI Thoy can do as ranch for Tanrer, to If tho llnrrlsonlnn oouoarn has who pay their a fliod lala-,1T R n..r ftrale.a. this long hair I should bo powerless and mestic circlo for harbor. . Ono cheerful man bones between Lisbon and Moscow. show tholr appreciation of his liberal got so deep In tho inlre In six Irtta r hi as word in the evening tldo as you como in Xo power short of omnipotent God could months, ry for his services for two hours dally. , M M tt laia Kan in the hands of my enemies." Samson sSaOUfeiA has silenced tho clamor of unpaid notes arrest htm. Hut out of tho ocean of hu ity as Commissioner, tholr sympntny how much of it will ht sticking up at The srvlcoa send the man of sixty And idnri am tk.n, a is .mporuis rSaValnPwmHQalS ittvrrt'M.S' sleeps, and, that sho may not wako him y J ar . end of twelve? Louisville out Into tho world ovory dny with nt I!?!? kf.rt? aauv.1 a. ..,. up during the process of shearing, help and tho disappointment of poor Invest-- , man blood thcro aroso a spirit In whiclJ wIln n'm 'n '' distress, and their con- tho 'JOrsti OK BlNChAairOM, Courlor-Journn- l. a.Ua.r-t- . ments. Your tablo may be quite frugally tho conqueror found moro than a match tempt and hatred of his persecutors- least fifteen yoara taken from his np- - ' .ora-Mubeui . Is called In. You know that tho barbers ctwii p. r Itl.MSII.lMTU.S, Ht ." degradation they soo their In spread, but It had rocked beautiful to Tanner has gono, but let us not parent ago- - I rorn four to fitn Ibate watat, itsm tbaa la aj ri s''M triss t' WllIlU.iH,-pT..r"'"s nttt ka!Uf aHa. an4 O. oftho East havo such oiklllful way of you than many seems moro smoke with Tho very ambition thathis destroyer. tho own. his his nil thoy soo tholrs. 'They world was now to 1h In - manipulating tho head, to this very day venison and tables that Hurgundv. grasped for too It forgot whnt Mr. Assistant .Sewetary hours a day varo eomellmcs eonsumod i9Tt taa wanivaeiiire oieaniaav ACRES LAN? In its effort seo all privates nro dosplsod r.tHlr,-- n Im blush with much and and Husscy said about the deserter: "7Ac hv nn nldnrlv tr.ilv In triit . they will put a man, wldo awake, sound """" j f iLwn .hd iTf , . bo f '..-- ' lost all. Ho reached up after a scepter scorned nnd ostracized. II MW-- .a liaa4 Ml! Thsy hurl dishonorable discharge of a tMttr procoisos ny tvnicn sno strive to ro- - me. ,,. i iMaa iivbU. iiBl BTftafelft Jt I i U ImllW asleep. I hear tho blades of tho shears Peaco meets you at tho door, sits II Blaaillasllla ml It U. ftlM ' UlltllLft K K thoitablo, lights up the even- of universal dominion, but sllnned and back their Indignant defiance in the from tht service Itlilllll M grinding aga'nst each other, and I seo lsn lafjstasa store to her complexion nnd failures eia,a9.' B.u. OtKSKBkd. ehietr aiBxlKava ftr aLiaiUi A i&l 1 I lu T of the Uaital Stoltt 1ST i Itasatv .. .in k long locks falling off. Tho sheirs, ing stand, and sings in tho nursery. fell back into desolation and banish- faces of tho plutocrats who dogrado nt bar to i i tho d r.i.t There Is thn tho hues and Ilia freshness of her or razor, accomplishes what green withes You havo seen an aged couple, who for ment. The yAmerican ship, damaged of Tanner nnd in dogradlng him show platform that this Administration 1 hat o heard of ono youth- r m vUlWM.blU puts up in St. Helena, tholr contempt for us all. scores of years havo helped each other the storm, OCSPCllIllCt X' Oblaa U nil,WMiir it ., ifVMHL tlwUlJ O houso-looand new ropes and II .aa IssmJ.s. ..aaal could not of this bind In which tho dally rests on. Chicago llorald. t ellrMf lll.aa4 lstPf f t la,p aAldbyalldraM'stt. It iiiliiv enlr ( do. buddonly sho claps her hands and on in life's pllgrlmago going down tho and tho crew go up to seo tho spot w hero st A curso M n blighting, withering, If ofllel.iU aro to bo executed cost of tho cosmetics employed was not lit I IlOVtiaOJ j. Mui, steep ot years. Long association has tho French exllo expired In loneliness - H MaklU( 4U i I f . Vt A l II says: "Iho Philistines bo upon thee, liu for looking out for their own Inter- less than threo dollars. Paris Cor made them much alike. They rojolced and disgrace, the mightiest of all Sam- damning, lasting, blasting curso Samson!" Ho rouses up with a strugglo, tOO Doses Ono Dollar solzo them ono nnd nil; tho blistering, ests, giving public placos to tholr Philadelphia Press. but his strength Is all gone! Ho Is in at tho same advent, thoy bent over tho sons shorn of his locks by ambition, that blasting curso of tho rank and file who relatives, courting tho so'dler vote to aillSIIONls uiiviviiwi ..ws iwfitiaas, thoy wvpt at tho same rnoat mercU'-s- of nil d"lllah. same cradl the hands of his enemies! I hear tho llS 4 mI Cm1rli Is r HM .W I havo not tlmo to enumerate. Evil won tho victorias of war and whose tho point of political lewdness nnd MUllcl,l,MI 4 U tt44 1.1 ,1U HI klHSC Vestibules at a Safety Oovlca. groan of tho giant as they tako his eyes gravo. In tho evening they sit quietly lr HttilM.Nli.iHM ,mkio. a. i. thinking of tho past, mother knitting, associations, suddon suocessos, spend- ballots nchlovcd all tho victories of scattering tho publlo monay us If , a t. Ill la ami, out, ami then I seo him staggering on in januitr rru.tJriii..r, urs. rttsivs vrrus. Closely related to tho coupler la tho thoro woro no end to It, M . Harrison his blindness, feollng his way as ho goes at tho stand, fathijr In his arm chair thrift habits, miserly procllti tics and peace. wiinaiiruriu.nn at tho flro. Sow and then a grand- -' dissapation aro tho names of somo ot tho Wo aro botrayod In tho housq of our may well on toward Gara. Tho prison door Is ak with Hamlet: "Who of vestibule, which, within tho last two opened and tho giant Is thrust In. Ho child comes and thef look at him shears with which men arooveryday friends, and this fund shall bo our sig- us shall go unhanged?" N. V. Tlmos. years has become so fashionable. Tho mado powerless. Thej- havo strown tho nificant reply to bo reckoned by n riKllaa sits down and pute hla hands on tho with affection untold and como CriUT ITSSlTtrf v ar Gcnoral Alger Is quoted ns ny- - vostlbulo is not merely a luxury, but OUIH I IHLL I iSi(slrartJtni. with tho which, with exhausting spoiling him feebly kindness. Tho lifo earth with greatcarcasses of giants and avenging ballots at tho polls. has a certain valuo as a safoty device. lng that he "would rather bo 7ii rononr noil - im, r o.n.i uo, ruia-.Tin their puUcs and lllled tho prison houso with de 1 novcr saw thoin so angry boforo horizontal motion, goes day after day, currents beat 5!Vi'.'iJlTIK: sai nis rsrci fm, r of tho G. A. H. than Tho full measure of this valuo has not Solvation wcok aftor week, month after month-wo- rk, their work will soon bo done and tho stroying Samsons, who sit grinding tho slnoo Lincoln wns assassinated, for yet been proved. Occasionally llvos ispr work, work! Tho consternation of Master will call. A fow short days may mills of despair, their locks shorn and their best friond hns been stabbod to President of the United Mntrts." arc lost by passengers falling from or PI,"fIOBesMOr""4ssi'ir H tho world In captivity, his locks shorn, soparato them, but not far apart In tlmo tholr oyes out. If parents only knew to death In tho houso of his friends. It Without onlnrglng on tho noldlty of ) - Dr. I.CStir ;Iwla. Sitllntt, Arb iiiHt nang ucyond our ' bc!r Men frets the rL'crrss c! echis oyes punctured, grinding corn In of departure, they join each other on tho what temptation their children are sub- mny all bo explained nnd mado satis- ub ,'ijk jtc jt v urs . J.- laJUasraM ia "A year Iliart hlloui fesertTl'iM'a c iruunii rartaiiia reach, let us hope thut (iovurnor log trains. Such accidents tho veil!- - i'ill i,- -l aa lllatilr rerrnrnineiiittil Uaza Hi a previous sermon on this other sldo tho flood. Side by sldo let' jected limy would be more earnest in .StJ yot, but nothing so far socms Alger will r 1 ssti.vnt ami jtiitun IISitin.fiH-l- . nlways contlimo to pre- bule will prevent, nnd, further, It de- llial I character 1 learned somo lessons, but .lacoti anu uarnoi no imria.1. Let one their prayers arid moro careful nlioitt factory Iiatess Alter a nmo'iAn a.il 1 fTIJJ rr hM.-.l- rt willow overarch their grates. Let tholr ihelr example. No young man cscanr.c U justify thl mottrotis crime against serve tho modesty of his creases tho oscillation of tho cars, and quarlcr or u ccutnry. I pro- t w another rins of lessons aro before us ,.. rUaS.I.SIfc ambition. .... J..M, ...rwlllook. tl.,iuiui :irt,i.ru tombslono stand nliko marked with thol having tho pathway of sin pictured In tho rank and Hie. Wo all kuow and Pittsburgh Hlspatcli. thus to somo dogreo helps to proven! claim llicm ttie best ' rsui taisrstis miMrN-- m now. ad m iro and Ihdorso Corporal Tanner ANTI-BILIOU- S It Is also somo protecdorallmont Lcarn"flrsl how ery strong peoplo aro samo Scrlptute. Children and Brand bright colors boforo him. "Thoro nro nearly 8,000,000 colThe first time I ever saw nelty Ir and lind oxpocted great things of his children will como In tho springtime to Komotlmes coaxed Into great Imbecilition against telescoping. A tow month medlrlno ever used. 1 alwajs ored pcoploln tho lUeui." E C. ties. Sampson had no right to reveal tho bring flowers. The patriarchs of tho wa-- s tho city of Philadelphia I was a administration In carrying out the countrj-- , and they Democratic Soul hot n- ago a coal train on a uoubla-trnc- k rond havo but ono memar.iistjiif rr town will como and drop a tear over de- mere lad. I stopped at a hotel and I pledges whereby tho Republicans secret of his strength. Delilah's first bor of Congress to reproiont thotn." was derailed, and four cars wero thrown by sldo at tho o romember In tho etentldn a corrupt man gained power. DU! AtlSOLDIEflS. nttempt to And out is a failure. Ho says: parted worth. Sldo across In front of n solid vestibule train says tho Cincinnati Commercial i.' .i.iaiir ti.iih altar. Sldo by sido In the long plica mo with hts infernal art. Uo saw' a "(Jrcen withes will bind me," but it was No matter whnt Tanner said In of seven Pullman cars approaching on H,.ku ausa, r.rrsrl.riH.lasi Huiiwiwiav (Koiv). t, aioiiil i Thero nro nonrly 80,. a failure. Then ho says, "A new journey. Sldo by sldo In their grates. I was green. Ho wanted to show me tho words, ho loft two mora legs on tho MPBsas TdlS tti IS (wltatfMMk. track. The englno of the 000 colored pooplo la the Slal sights of tho town. He painted tho path of tho other rope will hold mo, "but that also was After llfo's fitful fover they slept woll. was train Faw.rm Bw. completely i DinKPTHIlll. " of sin until It looked like emerald; but field than any man did who forced his Ohio, and tbojr LfiVu nul a failure. Then ho says, "Wruvu my much ns vestlbulcd s. Hut there arc, as my subject nUnC I llodecapitation. Tho soldiers don't know ono Even tho shoot Iron jacket wrecked. All Bilious DiaeaaeB. II. ! ss si IIIM US- lIViwuu" - I. IV.W, orunias. Haul HKSIlik domestic, scenes nnt so tranquil. I was afraid of him. I shoved back from postmaiter to ropresont thorn. locks into a woband that will bind me," ej-rail rsrsswtsrman's nnd thousand-fol- d was stripped off from It-- The. engineer 3EST N. V. Evening Post. jot that also was a failure. Hut at last What a curse to Job and Potaphar wero tho basilisk. I mado up my mind ho was that had It namo that a Hf.. boon that man had a basilisk. I remember how ho reeled better J ou seo how they roaxidit out ot him. tlrclr companions, to Ahab was.lezebol, What has boon termed Commis- and tlroman were Instantly killed, but j STEELlf? nuiou niiu rcirClOg rrw. Unimportant actions in llfo that Involvo to Jfhuram was Alhaliah, to John Wes- his chair round in front of mo and with boon forced out. It sounds tho death sioner Tanner's llborr.l ponslon policy not another person on tho train was In-- 1 sHaiaHBC?!! wiro Hoposoivago aasss iS(srsffKt4r. no moral principle may without Injury ley was Mrs. Wesloy, to Samson was a concentrated und diabolical effort at- knoll of tho Hopubllcan party unless It hn not been In Jtired. Thoy escaped, partly because tho Interest of thcuo FAUniKMUSOu"' I"M 5HtR on trial. bo subjected to ardent persuasions, but Delilah. Whllo tho most excellent and tempted to destroy my soul; but thnro can bo explained. It destroys the man a deserving und ncedj It hns tho cars woro strong, nnd partly. 5 as soon as you havo como to tho lines triumphant exhibitions of character wo were good angels in tho nlr that night. who Instigated It, anyhow, standing mot trasHS mis rsrsa wf m - u. doubtless, becauso tho vestibules helped : that separate right from wrung no In- find among tho women ot history, and It was no goal resolution on my part, though ho bo behind tho Presldont, chlofly rosulted In rerntlng In casus of to kaep tho platforms on tho same 4 EDUCATIONAL. graco of urging on this outrnge. I havo also fatored ponslonors who had other lovel and in lino, and thus to ducement or bhmdlshment ought tho world thrills with tho names of but It was tho proven! sources of Incomo, somo of thorn of a a good God that delivered mo. llowarel felt that mnn's venom. Mario Antoinette and to mako you step over it. Supand aunt liura ke,,nr rrnnisnhlp,Arltli-nUHcrushing of the ends of tho emu IL ilALir "'" SSatlasa.1 rl IhoroOfMt laoahl pose a man has been brought up Join of Arc and Maria There a and beware! O young man! If tho rank and lllo oro not fit to liberal kind, nnd tho spcclnl listing of G. Prout, In Scrlbner. fcrii. urt!r( (t isirs(nLLii,t,a.r.i.,i.i. other fAvor'.Uu tit ()- ,- .!..,.!,,.;,,,, ,,r hundreds of others, wlio have ruled In In a t hristlan household and hold onieo they aro uuV fit to vote I " OZm T W7 A HDM tuVa, Fi r.wu., LET THE GIRLS LEARN. sacredly to obsorto tho S.ibhalh. Sun- tho brightest homes and sung thesweet-es- t YOUNG MEN a fisr Mmimrm A.n.iMukrwt4tiM Corporal Tannor was tho first prlvato equally meritorious but Irws Influential Is not necessarily V. iMa JIM Tba court-hous- o aslant rilD l.f.rm...i.frr. cantos, enchained tho nitlonr with They ".' 2iAiurATi:t day comes; j on want fiesh air. Tempclaimants. Philadelphia Inquirer. IIP SI. sjli? 1 Should IUto it Trade in Well ni the ovor yet nppolnUid to any oajcoho ro tjnt 'I'unlirv tlint a4 llalaria u, tkltaiVllL tation, says, ".Sunday is Just like other their art and swayed the mightiest of Tlio experiment of sondlng vl. n sad placo becauso so many plalntlfl lluya. will be tho last, Ono might us woll bo rau r.r.s ..i . im i DAnTLETT'S COLLEGE. .lon't bo blgoU-d- i wo will rirto scepter., on tho otboe Jaid the names of lAt our girls become really thorough a nlggor as a prlvato undor any ad- itlnff statesmen to holp oloct n Ibipub-llca- n storins aro board thoro. Pittsburgh 9rLt v. w. . si .1,4 u tTiiM!i St. nltnnn.. o. Ii forth among the works of tlod; tho wholo Mary the l'lrstof Enflund, Margarevrjf suleawiiiiien, liulli wholesale und retail, Chronicle. EI' Cram Balm WrifAY3rW ma 0in.1l ia ii.awnri.1, ij.irsrsi. isuesurnrai f Congressman In tho . LouisL. u.ss...iiir-:i-!csia-r- : rti"i earth is His tcmplo; wo will not go Into I'rante, Julia of Itoao and Elizabeth even If It iuiiiim to traveling; lot them ministration, for nil dcapUe hla aad iana district turned out so third ntti lonorvl Ins Centrnnlst Ispoalllon assawsrJ Ihli disastrously 18 SURE TO CURE -- Prlvato l, THE MARKETS. sll tithrr any dlxslpitinns; rom now, I have tho Pelrowna of ItussLV havo scorched the practically learn printing, engraving, sock to humllluto him. )ollUita our Si. pupns m hools. lor tlrat Sis'ttn l tttfoK krrn'uf that Mahono may tako warning and arirn.lrd IS IwrlrattviDihs In N. Y. llor.ild. . stairs carriage engaged and wo shall bo back eyes of history with tiolrnbominatlons, designing, light onbiuot work, stennJ t rrltfu ,Mjnrlrs. ull. ns Sflrs not dosiro that kind of assUtanco In COLD in HEAD 1 .r , atllrsfars odJtcll, a. H SABTL-r- f. CisctniATi, Oct I. rnill.sk. soon enough to go tochurcli In Iho own and their names, like banished spirits, ography, SO Virginia. "Fat," and not iidvlco. is 0) THE CRUISER BALTIMORE. A K N -1- 5 gone hrleklngand cursing through goblsmlthlng, drcshtnaklng (at which ing; Uon't yjold to Puritanic notions; bate 20O QIMCIOW. bu,ch,r"""- "W W Immmmmr tfffi what Mahono nuods mid what suits ll'!!''5. HOOK Common . you will bo no worse for a ride In tho tho world, i .t fomale biography wo find tho practical woman sometimes makes n Tin .ti;iilllcriil hhlpt I'riirlilml ,r S M a ;d nnriMi to Ainriiinrin Apply tlalm Into each nostril mmt1Vm wiir.x IIibI tilt tho stylo of his political campaign., ....,... ..... ...... 4 w Q,.'.,.,??.rt'clle,, a aw ISa AdititlstM.al la aU two extremes of cxcnloncu and crime. fortuno) any of tho hundreds of things ilili country; tho blossoms aro out and they ..r,,ii-- ,,,' .iiiiiiiniairaiii.il. HIII.Kl' OixmI to rliolce ., ii' a j) 6U! ELY MlOS., U Wsrraa SL H Y. snr, ing. If ho can nolbuy tho Governorsay ovory thing is looking glorious." Woman stands noarest tho galo of for which their nimble and delicate, I.AMH8 OcoJ to Seciotnry Trney's dispatch to n .IZZlv) 4a 8 lil Virginia ho can not gotlU I or noarest will Whltnoy congratulating him ship of "oll, response, go to please jou Heavenadorned by tho door of hell. fingers, native wit nnd taste, quick perJJ Rl 3 rvd...: SI is uiu jnu out lliey go When Ml W W grico sho reaches a ceptions mid faithful porseveranco lit on the magnificent success of the now Philadelphia ltccord. Na mlxed...,... over tno street, conscience, drowned point of Christian elitation which man them and let them loam it ns a busi- cruiser Hiilllmoro, built under u Mil J no ponsion-clulngonts nt Oats-- Na S rnlxod-.- .. tho Into ,. ... 1 In tho clatter of tho swift hoofs and can not attain, and when blasted of ness, thoroughly, honorably, with a de- udmlnUtrntlon, lle No. wns a graceful and Washington, who havo been gelling HAY 1'ilme to 4ltita 41 Mrif for VaUilogu and full (nfurinalUn, LafJ U I S V I LaLaC. , K Is) tho rush of tho resounding wheels. That crime she sinks deeper than man can termination to be first-e- l ass work w omen, just trlbuto to choice . .... II W Mi o) ono conspicuous cxnm-pl- o rich "hand ovor hufld" of Into, nro not luiMWO-neuiumle.. .WW nil TU tempted man may havo had moral char- plunge Yet I nm glad that tho In- and soon thoy will shorn tho pay as well AtfOVBIT, Waklltf, of tho good work dono bj a Mal-oii- s, at all discomposed by Tanner's ttlV mi l C WILLCKTTOtl PHOVlSIO.vAliiorli'-M.s.- :." acter enough to break thogrcon wlthcsof stances In which womin makes utter ns tho work of men. And our girl will bo II M Mil Tho National Trlbuno, organ rC!ilOXltbft4fU, painstaking olllelal. . in I.ard 1'rlme aleam on l ft ID It ton thousand Philistine allurements, but shipwreck of character aVo comparative....: no less fitted to be a good, loving w Ife and striking contrast LS 11 6 of Captain Ooorgo Ii Lemon, tholoud-In- g to the ho has been overcomo by coaxing. Two ly tare. ar mother, If sho scos lit to marry; and sho mullco of tho Utlcu Herald,snarling it I i) agent, sajs editorially that claim (4 young mon passing down a streot como which Hut, says some cynical spirit, what do will not be drlton Into a thoughtless l'OTATOKH-J'- er tibl .. UD U 50 opposite n drinking saloon with a red do with thoso words In Ikicleslastes marrlago to escape the diudgcry ol abusos Jlr. Whltnoy for encouraging Corporal Tannor roliros solely ni:w Yomt. of admlnlstratlvo illlTorcncos be lantern hung out from tho door to light whoro Solomon says: "Heboid, this earning tho pittance which will not sup- tho builders of tho Iltiltlino-?j9HIt.?,,at Bn'' Western... 8.1) dim to 3 red ,. HI men to perdition. "f,et us go in," says havo I found, with the preacher, count- port her, nor of making it Hiicrlflco.whlch nchlovo tho romnik..blo results for tween himself and tho Secretary of no.ircj one. "So, I won't," says tho other; "I ing ono by one to find out tho account; Is generally considered to be even moru which Mr. Trney congrntulntei him, tho Interior; but that "this will mako Corn No, t mUcil, now , 88VM JiJ' Data Mlirrt novor go to such places." a mti ".Vow, whloh yet my soul senkoth, but 1 find disgraceful than that. Think of this, and it Is a robuko to tho Xcw no practical changain tho conduct of ,.u& cctin you don't wiy you aro as weak not; ono man among a thousand have you who bemoan the thousands of un- Tribune, which koops silent onl'ork tho Hurcnu, which. In othor hiindi, IiAItU Western steam .. 8 67!t& 0) tlm os I Why, that. hao been I found; but a woman amomr nil happy imirrlages nnd frequency of di subjoct. although tho day beforo It will contlimo tho Hbornl system InCIIICAOO. going there for two years and it those hate I not found?" 1 ss ,'9Rl?.WU('on"lnw,nt,r-- . My answer Is vorce. Ana If she is left, as many wo had much to suy on tho ltonch crulsor augurated by Its Into qjilof." niui t rod ..... .. NII,S H)'i hasn't hurt me. Come, como now, be that if Solomon had behaved himself men ure left with children depending on Atlanta. No. Chlcugo aprlnif . ,..,,, (()', The Hunubllenn f,n..u HI'. a mnn If you can't stand any thing with common Corn No. . A Mighty Good Platform. (t 31 !s decency and kept worse con- united In a ponl of triumph becnuo of her for support, slut Is Oata-N- o. stronger, take a lltllo Ahnrry. Vou Infuinous circles, lm would not puthad dition than tho widower lu no Is tho ID', A i w ho I0!tK-Mess- M. hato left with Atlanta wns not sunk on her wny to ..,.,. 0 MIV 81 Lift tho wolght of taxation. need to soo the world as It Is, ,1 don't so much dlillculty LAHO-Ste- am "... I. IU VTtiU in Hndlng Integrity of them to care for. Think of this, you Nowport, and point to tho fact bellevo In Intemperanco any more than character among Stop tho squntidorlng of tho pooplo's of hor IIALTIMOItE. women, and neter who may bo widows. safo arrival as a. vindication of Uonch monoy. FLOUn-ram- llr I can stop drinking just when I you. 3C0 would have uttered Eter home men havo objected to this idea, and condomnatiVJn e . . ... M ih hi ' want to. You shall go. Now, como since my childhood such a tirade. speak- saying of Whitney l)ur-ln- g ltestoro tht ballot to thoso who bum Corn Jtixcd I have heard that if women nro it 4 IU her trip from Now York to Now-po- rt the bunion. Oats-Mright along." Persuasion has con- ers admiring Diogenes, vi it ni cynical phiI'OltlC Mfii quered. Samson yields to the coaxing, losopher who lived in thotub, forgoing they will not cure to marry. Surely If tlio Atlanta luboiod fenrhil y In a OHM Mako nccossarlos cheap, ovon If I. A HI) -l- ie 111114 a man doponds upon his money alone to a , ,, Ul U I forly-mll- o and there Is carnival in boll that night through the gale, and It took fourduys luxuries become dearor. HA.TLLE-''",1,,I- "T 3 1!',f 8 WW In broad attract and keep her, the tlmo has arHOUb.. , ,, among the Philistines and they shout: daylight with streets of Athens 010 UOODi nnd four nights for hor to mako the a lantern, Put futtors on thoso who rob, INDIANAPOLIS. "Ha! ha! Wo'te got him." Those who what be did thatfor.sald; and when usked rived when women should compel him trip. Whllo this vuuntcd -- Heat. of her lovnnnd ggl piSO'H tlEMEIir FORrATAIini! uiato. Easiest CVJM "l am looking Koncli whothor thoy iob on ilm hlihwuy or 78 H Wl bate the kindest utid must syiuiutlietle for an hiiiiest man." Now I warrant to make himself worthyof America, crulsor was making a desperate flBht lu tho nri'iiiiguiiisint of our tnxm. '"? S) possession, Daughters I! mm certain, ""iv '.V'tth V""'-- ; Iti hasiiiw inputl. a euro Oats-MIn tho Head natures are tho most In danevr. Your that that philosopher who had such no HS 10HU n for llfo, ilozoiis of other vosu, WOro Knock out tlio pnrt.y of th.-- triulf, very disposition to plensootheis will hit hard woik to LOUlSVlI.Ml find nn honest man whir If wo nro to bo lllled with hope tvit out In tho sumo galo, and steimd not mid put In tho party of tho tcople. 4W USO) tho very trap they set. If you woiuculd lilmw If dishonest, I S red...:.,. thlnk.ho stole both must havo faith In 'J oil. Life looks to bo affected by It, the cnoi'iiiti H T7 Utterly and harsh and scxtru in your nature you ied ... thelantirnand the t'lli.oiwhen I hearn bleak enough taken by Itself, and offers All tho vussols doslgncd m..i ed, would not bo tsmpcicrt with. Peun0 man vNulatlngon power, and glo us buck homo mle. 3IMI r'P'Wa-- ilffirirBMHaTOTiriaTlH ibii iilBtrantTiTralin'-'saisSaiMia I'OHIC tl.s ucaknos of wo. no piulnltu for thii future, -- Uiiltcd Prut slruutcd tmdiir Mr. Whitney's llroo- . SS'1 OJ Jipypr handle a hcdga.hug. Thu mvti mon, l . III,.,, lor UhO. - LAKU-atiS- Di, Tills la tlio pnilloi-ii- l ImiovdUwly s'jipesl him, and bytorUrti I.'IH, Imygatf furji.tivwd tlsvldid tlou .Wo. Hold by ilnwaus trVit ii(h Clnolnnn'l KnrjuliMn - T, iiAKJ.TlhU,WHHn. Vi. A)illetlan of the Pm In Hie l'rnple Slrone .Men Fall letlmt to Honeyed Words and IrfH Srinn f, by Ilrr. T. Ilettltt Tat-mnr- To-d- 7 come by coaxing. e -. say, there Is another Solomon, with Solomon's wisdom loft out. Still, I would not have the Hhif.,tlons I have In glten of transcending excellency femalo biography lead jou to suppose that there nro no perils In woman's pathway. God's grace nlono can mako an Isabella Graham or a Christian Alsop or a I'ldella Klske or a Catharine of Menn. Temptations lurk nliout the brightest domestic circle. It Is no unnionning tiling when God ret up nluld the splendors of Ills Word tho character of Delilah. Again, this strango story of the text leads me to consider somo of tho ways In which strong men get their looks shorn, God, for some roaon best known to himself, mndo the strength of Samson depend on tho length of hls'hrilr; when tho shears clipped It his strength was gone. Tho strength of men Is variously distributed. Sometimes It lies In physical development, sometimes In Intellectual nttalnmont, sometimes In heart force, sometimes Mn social position, sometimes in financial accumulation: and there Is always n sharp shears ready to destroy It. Every day then' are Samsons unglanted. I saw a Jpun man start In life under tho most cheering ad vantages. His acute mjnd was nt homo' in allAclentlflc dominions. Ho reached not only nil rugged attainments, but by delicate appreciation ho "could catch the tlngn of the cloud and tho sparkle of Ihewavo and the dlapson of the thunder. Ho walked forth in life hond, nnd shoulders aboTC,others in mental stature. Ho could wrestlo with giants In opposing systems of philosophy and carry oil tho gates of opposing schools and smlto the enemies of truth hip and thigh with great slnughter. Hut ho began to tamper with brilliant, free thinking. Modern theories of the. soul threw over him their blandishmenfs. Skepticism was tho Delilah that shore his locks olf, and r.ll tho Philistines of doubt and darkness and despair woro upon him. Ho died in a very prison of unbelief, his eyes out. l'Nir back In the country'dlstrlcts just where I purposely omit to sav there was born ono whoso fame will last as long as American Institutions. Ills name was tho terror of all onemles of government. Ho stood, tho adfree mired of millions; tho Nation uncovered In hi; prxscnir., and v.iion hr Senates sat breathless under tho spell. Tho plotters against good government attempted to bind him with green withes and weavo hi locks In a web, ho walked forth from tho enthrallment, not knowing he had burst n bond. Hut from the wine-cuthcro aroso a destroying spirit that came forth to capturo his soul. He drank until his eyes grow dim nnd his knees knocked together and his strength failed. Exhausted with lifelong dissipations, It was known that it was strong drink that came llko tho infamous Delilah and bis locks wero j-p THE CORPORAL'S LITTLE SONQ. ccssec, nnd tho fulled Slates mny woll proud of tho miclotia of the now ralird bo n great hurrah, nnty ptovlded by tho Domocrntlo knew Vi make 'em solid with the Ttier Secretary Trnoy found O. A. .. Tbpt slobbered o'er the loldlers, thej made n tho Xuvy Department In tho most order when ho nsumed tooils htran, "Hurruh tor bler pentloni sail, hurrah for chnrgo of It, nnd there woro no ltonch Corporal Jimj" (Mint os bo foro him to patch up or vioHut hrn I IrlM to U t, Hiinc 1 traj y. there to do, lated eontraels to sot right llo hnj They choked mo off and isld I mads too much manfully ncknow lodged tho debt ol of a hullabaloo. grntitudo which tlm country owes his I sounded on the bugle and I beat upon the proi'cco'sor for giving It tint swlflost drum, 1 lav awake devlsInK schemes to make the and host cruiser ntlont. If tho Mm flsurplus hurat ing Iiepubllcnn organs Itnvo nnj' ro I asked mi oomrades to come la and warm sped far tho memory of John Koitrb them from the cold. they will refrain from drugging hlin And stult their pocket brimming full ot green bseki andof Kolds . from Iho gravo and drawing attention l resMytheusM ths Harrison had meant the again to his conspicuous failures. t in.ngnne sain, When, all at once, he tari; "Shut up, you're Albany (N'. Y.) Argus. They put ins In tho Pension (hop, the OOSMKTICS IN PARIS. Aids to nenuty I raets About Some So Cstled ! I Cs.fl by Women. 'world-famelomeily to euro all illetie i. Most of tho t ronch blondo hair dyes nrlsingfrouHlcrnnurmcntsof tlio liver or Havo a basis ol acid, nnd not only tils- - stomach, as Indigestion, or dyspepsia, till- I ( A .New Frotn ordinary business methods Is made tho manufacturers of Dr. 1'lorce's Golden by Medical Dlscorery, In guaranteeing this lMrl.ir. JACOBS For Swelling, Bruises, Cuts and Wounda. OH Sca'S . 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