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COURIE 3t FINE JOB PRINTING i WITH HEAT8ESS AND DISPATCH-. t..,. yz -- Street, next door to O.trlUlL ' SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, CEORCE WARREN, Editor. THE OLDEST NEWSPAl'SJIJT WK8TERX KENTUCKY., LETTER HEADS I'rico oi Subscription, II. UUCIUnAN, ' 11, w BI1.LAHEADS, $1 50 V,.l'rei. ESTABLISHED It. L. Ai invitations; 1850. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, ffgNTUCKY, FllIDAiToCTORER CURRENT TOPICa J889. 3mS9S ETC., ETG ' S 4isTa i. JZi. Taa) JERATH HOMEY. in? l'r CALL AND SEE US. ' l" llALTren, HICKMAN BANK, Cetjpxt&Ll., $50,000. regularly organized and ready for business, we respoctfully solicit tho pntronago of nil. All collections xniido for depositors free of charge. Approvod paper running throo or four months discounted at the rate of por cont por annum. Delnff ax.tsDrn. cssnirr. MARINE DISASTER. Btantnnr flnrnna Ttnlln. TrritJ. Tnnlliln Thlrtr-lt- x i. Piaar On yyiTii coi-rvigr- A school. Sioux Indian has entered Yale's law lltll T7nalllt. "P, ! Tub 300 IluddhUts now In I'orU lmvi openel a lomplo. The rlchont rasldon In California U Miss Jonnlo Flood. raado out of peat fiber. KxcEi.r.r.XT brown pajmr can now r.tnvontl.-.i- i o :dj I H. BUCHANAN. J. M. REED. C. BALTZER. R, M. ALEXANDER, J. W. COWGILL. W. O. JOHN80N. J. W. ALEXANDER ittcctobs: wreath. mcot at St. ronls Norrmber 'M. Han Fjiakcisco has a homo for girls out of nork, RtarUid by Mrs. Crocker. Dn. Naksuv, tbo Norwegian nxplorer, Is alKJut to sot out for tho North I'oln. Tur. Ktnff of Italy rocently vlsltrtf tho tomb of Oarlbaldl and placed, upon It n Tin: national jillvor ulll fofrmPTl mw Ma oh. tip Wnrlrff . Z M? --) An Alabama man Is beating tho liquor law by running a "nlckeMn-tliu-alot- " bar. A TEN foot ralUemLn wu killed' bv . . . vapuun - u Mjdtl, uf ClmrU ktf r or tha busy season the at Slerldan, MUs., will bo postponed. Fiftkkx thousand bushels of cranberries will 1m) picked from ono Ncw.lersey plantation thin year. A vineyard within ft tails of Frcsso. Ci!.. sa!J s. ayo for Jl.onrj sn s...re. Qori:iMiin Firziaion I.kk U growing so stout that ho Is barely able to mount horso without asslstanoo. Detwkkx Vienna and Prague, a o of 250 kilometers, a telepheno serrlco has been establlshinl. Dmti.to tho last twclvo months tbo number of cigarettes manufactured In this country was 2,151,512,3(50. Miss T.1XCOI.X, daughter of Minister to Kngland Kobort Lincoln, has beeomo the acknowledged lello In London. Anuxcil of celery containing tmdro talks has Just beon gathered at Kla-matoIt weighed thlrty-llv- o pounds. A HAjfusxncinrr' In the possession of tho HmpreiJ of Kunsla MUl to hao cost 83,500. H took Boron years to nif.ko It. Ilr.v. Jonx FAnxiiAM, of Charlotte, N. a, wears a number MX shoe, which requires a solo 20 Inches long and 7 Inches brosd, Caitaix RxrnscN, of tho toamor Uapmark, is now In command of tho now Thlngvalla lino steamer ftorgo. Accosntxu to tho latest official statement, tho contributions for tho relief of the Johnstown sutforors aggrcguto &, 500,000. II. M. Vax Aukin, of Uadrllle, Col., has InrenW a devlco which, ho claims, will do away wholly with buttons and K 1 dls-taco. 1 d rJiiiMMwt?ywwyg'gp because i. .-'-- - AnaxTA, Oa., Oct. 5. Information reached tho city of a bloody tradrgy '" Palaskl County. Ona convict was kllld, flvo escaped, tbroo woro recaptured and two saved thu llfn f tint I guard, on Tusday four negro con- lits from Dooloy County woro sent to New CiiIiBAmh. Oct. 4. Tho OJaci "w x uiasici ciiain-gan- g steamor Corona exploded hor boll camps and put work. Mr. Stevo fcown was la bout noon yesterday opposite Fi miltro of tha Mirli'ti:' nn,1 liml (knm River Sett!imenti ten rolJesahavolli ilfklng cotton on n nlsniallnn nunr Kouge, and sank in a few minutes ho Ocmtllcrco river. tho loss of thirty-si- x Uros. It was Tim flhlil In thlcli they wcro nt work was In tho first trip of tho Corona this season, wan ii, a dlslanco "from tha fam having lust beon repaired hero at a ous, and. with iha of 812,000, and put, It wu supposed nt liln. oomploto ordor. Sho loft Now Orlei arms, ho was at tho mercy of tha rough at 7:30 Wednesday evening, and reaahelH H that ho had In charge, Tho four liaton Itougo at about 10:80 yolei tfroes fr wurumg, laKing on a nomiar or Mrti Lost, and tli Host til Dead a tal Wrick-Bo- ld Xnmb.t ara Injured. n onrrii. Daiparndoet RllUd-- rir E li.it Thrto Aro RetptoreJ-TUanta; r.lf 8T.t br Twa of the h Ills, of tli TRENCH ELECTION. Boulonglsta Might as Well Hao Up Thoir Harp's. Ilepnbllean Make Claim I!onlangr cmed f Keeping; Honey 'Given Him for Election rarpoiet. Ac- - a a III I'fllntr Onnd seek, While the Itobher the Dmnntr. Great limnil-Trn- THE COMMONWEALTH. Kate M. Ntk suicided at Lonls-vlllby jumping out of a third-storwindow. Marital unhapplnosa was tbt csuso. , fi The following wero appointed for Kentucky, tho other day! St. John, Hardin County, Stcphon Rich ardson; Shrewsbury, Grayson County, Hugh M. llakcr. Miss MalixdaCoxsou, of CanaRldgo, mysteriously disappeared" Jtior Redding evo and eloped with and married nn old lover. At MUlers'burg Deputy Shcrirf Joo ' Forsyth shot and fatally wounded Syl- vestor, Williams, a drunken negro wbo uisuiicu some wnno tames anatnen ro- slstrdi arivat. A boy ruifnodlfiint was'danscrously wonnded,- - at Frankfort, .byjtlifl, aacWnt LW ol a gu'n. i. ?& Mns. o, y post-maste- ln nfT In lt( T4 FAKls, Oct 7. Reballots wcro taken yesterday In the districts in which tho recent election for Members of the Chsm- 'ber of Doputles woro without deflnito result Tha weather was fine, and a host of electors prosonted themselves a't.ths polls. Tha voUng.ln'Parfa proceeded In perfect qulojnejg, thero ,bolng no, Incident worthjrpiTOcailon. Tha followiS' of General BoufSuger aro deedrtla, M. Lagucrro and Othor former HoulanfH ism naye eecsaji no 'men mo tMjKXw ,'s nJMG lltTlaaaraaWifflriiiniiiftUi Republican; balloted havo Tho Conservatives calculated upon the roturn of two of tholr candidates In Paris. All tbo members of the National Committco will csnfor with General Itoulanger in London on Tuesday, prior gone V, Oct 8. Within tbo (thj thero has beon a"trlk section for Confederate hills of defunct Sttn demand comos from tho o, but chiefly from West-s.lnuhablo to account I g' Upon opli alomllnf 4v. to my request for In- ?ji A correspondent to whom J shipped re- 110,000 01 old Stato Hank SOOO of .Confederate bills , they wcro wanted most j J10 said tho pTactlcp of m, wu robbing passen- yw "prevalent that mqn tvaUh tcrdevaa Avho jn 'f r i -ww ' ' TISJfk am M,M,JL T v iir irmi9rT7i ixi.oa?nj3iia7on.. ATJL ripe-Filling- s, IW nit Kind. of Mnchlno Work. Konnirin-- - dono with Neatness ami dispatch. OKtmrnntco nil wo do to givo satisfaction. Having Ioeatd v,lthn tool and tho best Machinists In tho West, wo solicit n iiharo of your trndo Piping, Brass Goods, fa. constantly on hand. Sir Work X: :r,i C. Mdat 7II1 Ofllcc iicnr N. Depot, Cor. ITTfcT. Momcovt and fa Sai Acnuc. RELIABLE. It. It. BREVAItn, of llnrthTiiro H;m :t tho vorj' lowcHt tho ninrkct JustlUca. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED TO Siled!tl Stock of the vury best liiuki'Miif which nro nil UUun offered ait ONE PIUUK, mid tlmt BE EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. ROOFING .A. SPECIALTY, THE OLD RELIABLE. OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Icnlcr In DYE-STUFF- buttonholes. Heiik Hotei, a wonderful tener, Is fascinating tho audlenees at tho K'all '. DRnGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND HICKMAN, KV. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. T. T. SWAYNE & CO., DEALKHS IN lriiKH,?IctllcIiics, IIookH, Stntloncry mid scIionlHtipplIc. l'tiucy GooilH, To H, and l'lcturen, SnndrlcH, I'alntH, , OUm, V1iich and Uquorn, Tor Medical Vhc. DOMESTIC SEAVESG IIACIONE. PItESCIUPTION'S A SPECIALTY. EAST HICKMAN MAM'F'G JNO. COMPANY Prop's.. OH1 who is called "tho best hatod man In England," Is still young. Ho was born In 1048 and went to Parliament In 1BT4. A siLVUi dollar of 1TP."., almost as bright as tho day It was cqlncd, .was found buried Jn a lt-vafJ- 't Yardlvf a few days ago. At a rocont fair In San Luis Obispo County, Cat., an onion was shonn that had a girth of twenty-siinches and weighed soven pounds. A CALiron.MA newspaper speaks of Kansas City as "an Kastern city." It Is llttlo things liko this that help us to appreciate our vastness. The blowing of any kind of a steam whistle in Washington City Is a punish-abl- o offenso and In tho future tho law will bo strictly enforced. A wniTKU who has mado tho search assorts that our languago contains no less than S27 different torms oxpressh o of tho stato of IxMng in love. Ax army of black, gray and red squirrels has been paiclng southward over tho mountains and valleys of Clinton County, Ps., for somo time. 1 hk hvanonlleal AllJaneo for tho United States will hold a national meeting In Tremonl Temple, lloston, tho 4th, 6th and 8th of December next. ItonT. II. TewikIX, the negro appointed Chlof of Division in the Fourth Auditor's offlco of tho Treasury IK'partment, Is a graduate of Harvard I'nlveritlty. llAIJ-ou- ft Urn. Hardens, Uerlln. Mf-- n Ho was a coachman ason, Secretary of State, and his wtfi? - . . . ana Airs. E. ... lloborUon, ' wlfo of Con.- i v. grossman uobcrtson. While oonoslt False Rlvar Settloment one.of tho boll era oxplodod In n most unaceountablo manner, no ono witnessed tho ox- plosion dlrootly surviving to tell ex' actly how the accident did occur. Tho czplcslsn ku one of the frost vlu- lent evor known on a steamboat. It knocked down tho roof of tho cabin and toxas, sent splinters flying In overy direction, wounding a number of persons, and splitting tho vessel so that sho rank almost llko load. Although It was in tbo middle of tho day and overv ono was on tho alert. both passougcrs and crow found It bard to cscapo. It Is probable that tho i xplosloa killed Immediately thejQrcmen.tho roustabouts and a number of other deckhands. Othors wero seriously hurt by the tha splinters and escaping stefcm. Them was no time to got out tho boats, and somo of tho passengers with difficulty secured Within a few seconds tho Corona had sunk in deep water, and nothing was left of her but a few portions of tho wreck drifting down stream, and tho passengers and crew struggling in tho middle of tho rlvor and clinging to tho planks and pieces of the wreckage. Fortunately, tho City of 8L Louis happened to bo descending tho river at almost tho eamo time. Shocarao tothoreliefof thoso struggling In tho wator, and landing took on board thoso who bad already been rescued by tho peoplo of tho neighborhood, bringing all of them to Itaton Kongo. Hero thoso who wished to re-mam woro landed, while others wcra taken to New Orleans. Tho City of St. Louis remained at liaton Itougo for soma tlmo, so as to allow tho wounded passengers to receive what medical treatment they needed. Somo wcro badly burnt by tho steam, but it Is not thought any of them aro fatally hurt. MW ...JUW .Uttto HVtfWIVU passengers, the balance being of tho crow. - ,iABat. &4i& V JoInciVlth all his might, and Joiner turned Ir. Ilrown looso and scrambled off, . 1 tho other convicts except Wnlkc md Singleton mado a break for liberty Dazed and blinded by tho blows, U. Brown sprang to his feot, and dr: lng his other pistol, ho fired at Jol r. Tho ball went truo to tho ma and passed entirely through Joiner" body, who foil to tho ground anddidLlUiOutbgroftn. Tho convicts who hadsslsted him gavo tho alarm, , consisting of Mr. Lowry, and a pa-Mr. StowVt and Mr. Coloy, who Hvo near tho firm, went In pursuit of the fugitives In about thrco hours thoy came unAith Schonett and Price In tho awarapelow, who surrendered without roslstaco. Llller, Combs, and Willis cscapol, and are still at laroe. It Is prolnJlo that petitions will 1x5 gotten up tv halo Frank Singleton and Corey Wnl- Kr jfiruonea on account oi the manner lit which they camo to Mr. llrown's rtkuo and saved his life. Cotton MUls In the South. n all of whom boro bad characters their own county. At noon Mr. irown was wclirhlnir un tho cotton picked In tho morning. Suddenly How Joiner sprang toward him. and. 'lilnghlm by the arms, pinioned him om ocnind, and cried out to Will Mil- a Dodiro County convict. "Hit himl 1 his!" .Miller crabbed a e!ghtil stick and hit Mr. Ilrown blow on nfoarful tbo head, knVklng him down. A second blow atuVied him, but just at this critical motnt Carey Walker, another convict, rani Mr. llrown's assistance. Seizing tho lallcr of the two pistols that Mr. Hrovl carried ho began firing at Miller. Joins jumped on tho prostrate guard, and s trying his best to kill him. WhllftValkor was shooting at Miller, FranliUnglelon, anothor convict, grabbed tl weighing beam and struck ..J . DISASTER AT BBA. CoUltlon Bttwata a I., dj9ireji Mi"Tw.Mw' I'aopl Drowned and Other Mltilng;. St. rrcnnr, Miocelox, Dtamr TsVlcstnan has instituted nnnThniitlva Jnkilry into tho cotton mill Industry of th South, and has received reports ,frrt all tho leading mills of the South- oid States. Tho actuu.1 number of mills Ihattaxoooa, Tonn., Oct 0. Tho tohlsdoparturofortholsleof Jersey. The total roturns for Paris show tho olection of twenty-tw- o J?publl,s.r!' "I'd fourteen Itoulanglsts. Returns from 153 districts show tho election of 103 Republicans and forty-fiv- e It Is reported that a split has occurred between Houlangor and. Count Dillon because of tho former's assortlon that tho bargain with the Conservatives had caused a losa of seats to the Itoulanglsts. Loxdo, Oct 7. Tho second ballots, which took place In 180 constituencies in Franco yesterday, oxclto tho least posslblo interest in England and appear to be regarded throughout Franco, and in Paris Itself, with nothing approaching tho usual election excitement Tho fooling scorns to havo beeomo general that tho Republics is now established for many years, and whatever maylbe tho yesterday's ballotlngs Franco will maintain her existing form of government Intact Iionlangcr Is no longer a factor In any French political problem. Those who huvu heretofore bvutt hli y warmest political friends aro ready to accopt an explanation of tho Gonoral's disastrous overthrow at tho polls, which is every thing but credltablo to tholr former chief. Utterly unablo to comprohoud that tha French peoplo should have deliberately repudiated thomselvcs and tholr revolutionary schemes, thoy now insist that tholr de feat Is duo entirely to tha falluro otj juuiangcrio usoiue largo sums of money which had been glvon him to aid In carrying tho elections for tho purposes for which thoy wero lntonded. It Is oponly charged that tho General has been qulotly stowing away tho millions of francs which- - his wealthy dupes poured Into his coffers, whllo ho'let tho elections tako caro of themselves. goods la-t- i itocuy'io tbo railroad afefl Ho Kays they mako up packaged of Confcdera,to,j bills, Vwlth old Stato bank bills on the outside, and carry theso In their pockets, slowing their money In tholr sachels or hiding It undor seats. Tho train robber Is generally in a hurry when going .through atrain, and as tho passenger throws up his hands tho agent grabs tho big fat pocket-boo- k with tho roll of Confederate bills In it and hurries along to tho next passongcr without stopping to examine the pockot-booMy correspondent tolls mo tho thing has boon tried, and ibat it worked successfully. In fart, ho gavo mo tho namo of a friend who had provided himself with ono pocket-bookof theso dummy and who was on a train that had been held up out West somo where. Tho man had over SJ.OO0 packed away in his socks, and a roll of , old Confcderato and Stato bank bills in his lnsido vost pocket. Tho agent swalloivod tho bait and went off with tho dummy roll." Assorted denominations of theso old bills readily soil for sovonty-flv- o conts per 1,000, whllo special issues bring from SI to 81.50 per 1,000. k. took $050 brothers-in-la- fromlt T- - r aiX e i ETHELiiF.nr JX Owens and It. E. Lowe, and farmers living flvo miles from Lexington, had a fight In an open Hold with knives, to settle differences. Owens cut Lowo's throat, from which wound tho latter died. Mn. Landon A. Thomas, the oldest native-bor- n and wealthiest citizen of Frankfort, died nt his resldonce, on Washington street, tho othor afternoon. Ho was a son of Edmund Thomas, tbo first Register of tho Land Office, who officiated boforo Kentucky liccamo a Stato of tho Union. Ills uncle, John Thomas, was at ono time Treasurer ol Kentucky. Three years before tho beginning of this century, tho subject of this sketch first Saw the light In a' red houso that formerly stood on tho plot of ground on High street now used by tho Louisville and Nashvlllo railroad, for switching purposes. This was In 1707, or eloren years aftor tho settlement of Frankfort, and flvo years attor tho village became tho capital of tho State. NO Thr PROHIBITION. and a SatWr ftPporatlon la 523. Wlfl & MMKAAaaanam sgilast 112inl!S0, m At 3 o'clock tho other morning, Mr. and Mrs. Olvoy, of Hopklnsvlllcr wero avakoned by tho cntranco of a negro Into their bed room. Mr. Olvcy seized a cair and struck him over tho head, whiji a scufflo cnsucd,''tho burglar trying to gut posesalon of the chair. 'Sirs. no, New Haven, 1,013 yes, 0,CS1 no; Olvey came to her husband's relief with Bridgeport, 020 yes, 2,383 no. Tho now a poker, which sho used so very vigorsecret ballot law received Its first trial. tho negro fled his There was no excitement at tho polls, ously that the afternoon tholeaving we.s shoes. nogro. but In the. general quiet tho plan worked lodsetllnIn jH o surprisingly well. Hartford County The following appointments In tho gavo 4,503 for tbo amendment, and revonuo servlco in Kentucky wcro mado 10,231 asralnst It on Suicide's Borrlbls Method. New Havkx, Ct., Oct 8. Tho voto on andtho 1th: Ocorss G. Witty, storekeeper Maxsfifxd, O., Oct 7. Mrs. Ralston 'tbo constitutional amendment, (prohibi son, gaugcr, Second District; C. S. Simp storekeeper. Sixth DlstrIct;.Allon o n i fnllnwai --Total-I sich.ee, . me wire or a farratst tion) Tt-f- i HTb I7WHI . iMooroRtwekeepcr-anA'gaugerjFlftcom-plotwell-to-d- towns that cast moro than of tbo State's voto last year show that tbo voto on tho Prohibitory amendment Is about thrco to ono against It Theso towns alono gavo an aggregate majority of 20,000 against tbo amendment. so far reported Only ten towns gavo It a majority. In the principal cities tho vote was: Hartford, 1,010 yes, 3,203 two-thir- to One Against tho Xrnpoiltlon In Connecticut Vote on the Constitutional Amendment. HAKTronn, Ct, Oct. 8. Roturns from At Danvillo, Messrs W. J. Lylo 'and Logan McKee, both prominent citizens, died within a few hours of each other. Mr. Lylo was president of tho Danville Fair Association, and wa ennnocted with tho Danvillo Advocate and Lexington Stock Farm. Mr. McKco was throughout Kentucky, and was a member of the Republican Statq Committee. well-know- n 'Jt I lw mo, ma T x Oct. 4. Tha transatlantic) steamer Geographic, of the Itosslero Lino, Captain l'aussot commanding, bound from Montreal to Southampton with cattle, sheep and a. cargo ox ney, C. U., on Tuesday, collided with tho Nora Scotia sailing vessel Mlnnlo Swift forty miles oft St. rierro at two o'clock yesterday morning. Tho Mlnnlo Swift sank within two minutes, drowning, as nearly as can bo ascertained, two women, throo children and ten men. Tho others, with part of tho crow of a Norwegian vessel, who had previously boon picked up, got on board tho steamor, which, desplto all efforts. also sank at 11 o'clock a. m. Two boats containing about thlrtyflvo persons, which put off from tho steamer oarly In tho morning, arctlll missing. The third bout, with tlineaplnln and fifteen olhers, was picked up by tho schooner Slstor Boll and brought to St. riorre. Watblnrton Bute Election. 1'ortlaxd, Oro., Oct. 4. A special dispatch from Olympla last night says that returns continue to corao in from all parts of tho Territory Tory slowly. Tho latest estimates placo tho Republican general mcrcnandisc, which loft Syd- sumption oi raw cotton in tho samo po- nod has been 253 per cent South Carolina is the banner State, 1.12,310 bales wero consumed In tho Stnto last year, against 120,038 bales in Georgia. Tha consumption of raw cotton in South Carolina has lncrcasod 83 per cont In two years. A Negro Did It and Is Killed. Mouile, Ala., Oct 5. A negro named Stark, who Is believed to havo boon tho man who fired into a church at Miss l'olnt, Wednesday night, killing D. A. Mclnne.ss and wounding his daughter and Henry Ulumer, was found paddling down tbo l'ascagoula river. Ilo was ordered to stop, but Instead hastened his speed, whereupon a deputy sheriff tired, killing him instantly. y cldo at her homo yesterday afternoon. She threw herself head foromewt Into a forty-fowell. In her descent her head struck against tho stones, and her skull was cracked. Soon aftor hor disappear ance her remains wero discovered and taken out Sho was about Blxty-fivyears of age, and has been lnsano for somo tlmo, o btii uuuullug luu iuukHi uf UiukcIiuu term and Increasing tho appropriation accordingly. This will giro six months school. It Is understood that Mr. and Mrs. Morton havo concluded to make Washington their permanent home, and do not expect to occupy their New York house again. Tire tido of Chineso Immigration toward tho Kast Is growing to un alarming extent, and scarcely a day passes without a crowd of Chinaman en routo to tho largo cities this sldo tho Mississippi. Tun Incrcaso of value In real estate nd personal properties In Tonnr.v-.eduring tho past three years Is figured at ono hundred million JolUiit, unprrie-donte- d in tho history of any Stato in tho Union. Jonx JAcon Asvon died worth attor !eglnntng on a salary of 3 a week for beating furs In a damp cellar. The JtO.000,000 left by him In 1849 has grown In forty years to 0, 0. Tnr dcorgia Legislature has ps"""! a W. MORRIS & SON, MAXUIfACTUTllCIlH FINE BUGGY SPOKES AjSTD T CO-R3S- 3L03AX. Engines and Boilers. AuglO-- l Agents for Morris Machino Works irWUI tlrlnd Mim1 TCvory HiMimtu, . Montana Still in Doubt. Helexa, Mont, Oct. . Returns from counties In which tho result Is disputed havo not como in. l'ark County, which was given to tho Republicans yesterday by 500 majority, now shows onirlso. Republicans now estlmato their majority for Governor at 100, whllo tho Democrats claim TooIq's election by 400. majority at not less than 7,500, The Legislature will bo overwhelmingly Republican. Nothing more deflnito will probably m Known until tho official count Is mado. HERTWECK, m1 00 i BALTZER TUB CELKUIUTEU & CO., MANWAOTimnttH jtjBJBflBJBBBBJIJIjaBlEflBJBBBBjV VTv. concedes tho temporary capital of South Dakota to Flerro. Returns giro rierro 10,5(14, Huron 11,323, Sioux lo.im. I'm. utbitton carrlos by at least 5,0uo majority. Republican ticket elected by 20,000 majority. Sioux Tha Zlectlon In Couth Dakota. Falls, Oct. 4. Sioux Falls VWVHIbb-'L- KENTLTCICY. U CO en CO HICKMAN WAGON, FUBNITURE. FURNITURE. & STEPHENS TYLER, DEALERS IN Furniture andUndertaker'sOoods, wry a full Un t all time of Chairs, Rookora, Tables, Buronim, Waehstnntlu. Wordrobai, Ohnmbor Sot, Mattroasoa, Sprlnga, Kto .and vtunrntt:ou prloat to bo the law it, Olv ue a tnl and lo rvnvlnced. air V art hedaunr on Undartflkora' Oooda aud dliunt ill leiavttlUes Hi thli line. Wi strrr lri" Hot el Wooden oa Mgtillle Ilurisl Cum. We r oBerlu t sll rJr ot Plain, Medium nd Tin Furniture at greatly reduced prlcei, V iirtstrtaf wa ; wn iih, TnK Rhode Island Supremo Court, following tho Indiana Supreme Court, has decided that bicycles arm chicle or carriages In tho meaning of tho law. Tho casocamo boforo thorn In a oasi, Involving their duty to keep to tho right on mooting another vehiclo or carringo. ItKroiiT eomes by way of tho I'tah commission that polygnmy Is solemnized clandestinely In many parts of tho In splto of all tho elforts of tho Government. Littlk King Alexander, of Scri la, Is much Impressed with a wuiso of his own dignity. Ho can scarcely wrlto ihren lines on any toplo without using tho o presslon, "I, the King." CArTAlX Minilii:i.l, of tho Missouri, Danmark's rescuer of tho has just received another distinction in the form of n magnificent gold medal, awarded to him by tho Norwegian Government. y Tho annual report of tho Scotch commission shows that lunacy Is on an inoreaso In Scotland, there being an Increase of M5 registered lunatics us eompared with tho previous year. A nr.ronT of bno week's work ut tho flour mills of Minneapolis montlons 88,800 barrels as tho result. Is thero any other city In tho world w hero flour U produced on such n large scalo? The Ilhli agricultural statistic for last year have just been publlalicd In cattls tlrcro wa n dei'tene of .'." ;o, as with Us?, tho number being compartd 4,019,103) and thero wcrn l,iiV7,b'.'s pigs, wklsh Wi a slight falling ofl. d s, Inn-ao- rill S. S. cox's Place. N. Y.,Oct. 4. Governor Hill has issued a proclamation calling a special election in tho Ninth Congressional District to till the vacancy caused by tho doath of Hon. S. S. Cox. It will bo held on tho day of tbo general clco-tloTo Albaxv, n. society which has been recently established InTopeka, in connection with tho lato oxodus of negroes to Oklahoma, has received letters from Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and the Carollnas, stating that there will bo twenty thousand negro emigrants from A ConUit in south Dakota. those States jjn soon us thuy can gather AnKnpF.r.x, S. D., Oct. 5. A report Is their crops and got ready to leave. current here that the election will bo Attempted Train Robbery. contested so far as the prohibition ques Louisvillk, Ky., Oot 7. At 3 o'clock tion is concerned upon tbo ground that yesterday morning two masked men ata largo part of tho tickets used woro not to rob tho express train on tho paper in black ink as requir- tempted upon whlto Knoxvlllo branch of tho Loulsvlllo and ed by ntatue. Most of tho tickets used Nashvlllo road. Thoy got on tho front in Ilrown County wero printed upon platform and tried to forco tho door. A cream paper tn bluo Ink. light ensued with tho baggago and men, and tho robbers wore routed, Children In a Powder-HouiCatuoa, Ont, Oot. 8. Threo children ana of them being wounded. named Walton obtained access to tbo Montana. powder-bous- o of gypsum mlno hero 11e!.ena, Mont., Oct. 7. Returns reyesterday afternoon, and ono of them ceived glvo a Domocratlo majority lighted a match and Ignited a quantity of seven on joint ballot in tho Legislaof powder. One of tho children was lit ture. In sovoral counties the voto Is erally blown to plocos and tho others very olowi, but It U notholioved the offwcro so badly Injured that thoy can not icial canvass will mako any material ttcover change. Carlor, Republican, for Con.m gress, has a majority of about 1,200. Iligh License Law Error. Laxsixo, Mich., Oct 5. Owing to a Natalie. mistake made by a lcglslatlvo bill clerk, London, Oot 7. Queen Nalallo apSection 10 of the now high llccnso law pear to bo losing something of her Is void. This section compelled drugpopularity in llolgrndo, owing to her gists to secure jwrmlts and to mako anrefusal to listen to any proposals nual statements of their sales. This, H of tho Regonts looking to nn araleablo Is considered, will not lnvalldato tho en- settlement of tho vexed questions tire law, but It removes all restriction raUed by hor arrival at tho Servian capifrom druggists. m tal. e. to-d- , Oct 5. Several LoMio:.-thousand persecuted Jews, who havo been expelled from Russia, havo arrived In Kngland during tbo past ten dayo, and others arc coming daily. Arrangements havo been completed by wealthy Hebrews hern to colonlzo thoso peoplo tn tho Argentine Republic, and noarly a thousand will sail on tho outgoing steamer Several Thousand Jews Expelled. Baby Accidentally Hanged. y ItiitMixaitAir, Ala., Oct 7. Early morning Mr. and Mrs. Levi Powell, living near Troy, Ala., whllo arising from bed missed tholr Infant boy, who was sleoplng In bed with them. They searched tho houso and wero giving up In despair, whn, upon closer Inspection, they found tho child hanging between d tho and tho rail of tbo bedstead stono dead. It bad fallon from bed and hung Itself without arousing Its foot-boar- parents. . St. Negro Exodus Preparing, Lons, Oct 7. An immigration AIann, telegrapTropcratof tho Prohibitionists re 8tawIrrD at Louisville, committed suicide by ceived a majority in only one, tho Thir teenth, where thoy obtained a majority shooting himself through tho head. He was unreasonably jealous, and a of 49. party given In honor of his wlfo'a ONLY ONE LEFT. birthday oxcltcd bis passion, and this, added to an excess of drink, mado him Death nt the Eleventh Juror In the ilrown Trial In 1H.1U. wild. Tho coroner's verdict gavo temSummit Point, W. Va Oct 8. John porary Insanity, from jealousy and drink C. McCluro died after a long Illness at as tho causo. Ho leaves a wlfo and thrco his farm houso near hero yestorday children. year. Ho One of tho patlonts, in the Western mornlngln his eighty-fiftwas', a' member of tho jury which con- Lunatic Asylum escaped tho other day. victed John Ilrown, of insurrection Whllo traveling near Falrvlew ho overfame, in 1859, at Charlestown, this coun- took two women on tho road. Ono of ty. Hy tho death of Mr. McCluro thero them, frightened at his appearance, and is but ono of that celobrated jury left believing herself In danger, shot at him living. Mr. Rightstino, of Shopbcrds-town- . twice with a revolver, ono shot grazing Only ono of the jury, Waller bis sklu and tho sreond entering bi3 Shirley, has died a violent or accidental back, making a serious flesh wound. death. Ho was thrown from his horso Ho was taken back to tho asylum. a fcwv years ago and killed Tun following storekeepers and gangers hsvtr been appointed fcr Kentucky: Toung Aeronaut Drowned. EVAjisviLLE, Ind., Oct. 8. Ceo. Price, Wm. Mamby, storekeeper for tho Fifth a young aeronaut connected with W.tl-lac- o District; John A. Morrinon, storekeeper Bros.' Circus, lost bis llfo at Mt. and gauger for tho Second District; T. Vornon',;Posey County, yesterday after- H. Edwards and R. C. Todd, gUgl noon,- whllo giving an exhibition of for tho Fifth District LT sur-prlh SaXK " T I juroplngftfrom a balloon with a parachute After reaching a height of about 2,000 feet ho sprang out coming down all right, but alighting in tho middlo of tho Ohio river. Prico was unablo to swim, rand drowned before an attempt oyen could bo mado fo rendor aid. Prlco years of ago, and lived was thirty-twin Jackson, Miss. This was his ascension. o - captured at Lexington, and taken back to Frankfort. Ilntn WAFFor.n has been appointed postmaetcr Graves at Folsomdale, County. Chap. Sa.sif.h, coloied, aged forty, was shot In tho throat nnd killed by David Strange, a young farmer, tbo other night, on the latter'" farm, thrco miles from Versailles. Sanders was, drunk and creating a dlsturbanco and Strange became Involved In a quarrel with hliu. Strango was placed nnder f rrest and gavo SI, 000 bond for appearanco In tbo circuit court. TlinoUGH tho I'lTorts of tho National Humane society and tho Kentucky division of that body, a conditional pardon has been obtained from Gmornor lluck-ne- r for Llnnvlllo Combs, tho ypangest llfo convict cvrr sent to a penitentiary. Young Combs is to be placed in tho Industrial School of Roform nt Louisville, to rcmatn until be Is of ago, Ho lived In with his mother and Breathitt County. Thero was a baby In tho family, and one day this baby was missed. Llnntllle was questioned and finally led tho neighbors to where tho baby's body was found In a creek, Its head crushed In. Ho said he bad hit the child on tbo head with a poker and killed It, after which he tried to burn tho body. It did not burn fast enough and he threw it Into tho creek. A BTHANUK Jewish custom was Loulsvlllo a few days ago In which Mrs. J. Levin was dhorced from her dead husband. Tho Mosaio law requires that tho husband's brother must marry tho w blow. Mrs. Levin objected, henco the necessity for tho dUorco. Two Jewish rabbis from Chicago per formed tho ceremony In tho synagogue In tho presence of tho congregation. Tho dofendant fulling to appear tho step-fath- Jas. Smii.kv, an escaped conlct, was terrific storm CnifAnn. Oct. 8.- -V struck Lake Huron. Mato Thomas M. rish'er, of tho propeller Olcgo, was Wheelman 'rnomas Huwmud, drowiTRl. was killed during tho of storm! Many vessels were drh en ashore, tbo barge Wend and tbo Wavo bolnj run down and sunk. Disaster on Lake Huron. ' to London, Oct- - 6. Tno Chambor it Commerce discussed a schemo submitted by Win. Smith, a harbor engineer, of Aberdeou. for tho construction of a railway to convoy ships from port to Inland manuficturlng centers. Tho project was regarded with favor. Wbo Attends New York Churches. New Yokk, Oct. 8. Reporters took a census of the worshipers who attended senlco injftha various churches hero Sunday nnd tho result shows a total of 161 5M po'rsons, of whom 97,277 wero women and1' 07,210 men. Tho weathor was unpleasant. Conscience Money. To Bun Bhlps Overland. a prominent colored Republican, has called convention of colored men for November 13, to discuss tho relations of tho races and alleged outrages of tho whites. Thero aro Indications of n largo attendance from all parts of tbo Stato. , ii ii Run on a Saving Bank. Peoria, III., Oot. 8. A canard sot Still They Come. Back nom Abroad. New Youk, Oct 4. Tbo steamship afloat several days ago In jest caused a Nf.w YoitK, Oct. 7, Thomas A. EdiWyoming, of tho Gulon Lino, brought run upon the Dlmo Savings Hank of this to this port 110 Mormon converts, most- olty, and thousands upon thousands of son and wife, Mrs. U. S. Grant and Miss ly Germans from Thurlngla. Over half dollars wero withdrawn yesterday after- Frollnghuybon wero among the passon-gor- s arriving by tbo steamship La Cham- of them woro young girls between tho noon. All doposits woro promptly paid out on demand. pagno, rrom Havre, yestorday. ages of thlrteon and olghteen years. publl-catiolfo-saving m New YoitK, Oct 4. A Brooklyn paper contained a marrlago notice yesterday afturnoon of tho marrlago of Augustus S. Van do Llndo and Annlo Williams, n and within half an hour aftor Its tho groom had committed sulcldo. Ho was nlnotcen years old and lived with his mother and bis uncle. Could Not Stand Publicity. AtlaxtA, Convention of Colored Men Called. Ga., Oct. 5. W. A. Pledgor, Killed in a Mlna Explosion. Red Jacket, Mich., Oot. 4. A terrible explosion occurred In a shaft of tho Calumet and Uecla copper mine Thursthrco men wero killed, two fatolly Injured and seven moro badly hurt. A dozen or mora others bad a narrow escape. Quecnstowx, Oct. 4.1:. A. llurko, Treasurer of Louisiana, stilled from Llvorpool for Now York on tha tcamar Teutonic, but upon the arrival of tho htro ho dUviubrkcd and Major Burke Thinks Better Of It. day, by whloa Interesting statistics. Oct. b. Tho suporln-tondoof tho Reading railway statos that thero is, on nn average, ono death ovory sixty hours, a disablement through accident overy eight hours, and a case of sickness every flvo hours, among tho company's employes. Philadelphia, nt 'turned vclLond. to Beastly Negro Itangad. FitEDKiiKKsiiuito, Va., Oot. S. -- Paul Key was banged horo, for nn outNgrous issault on tho person of tho young laughter of Mr. Arthur llallard In this illy Juat April II denied hit g'llH to the Utt 8. Secretary Win-doreceived a conscience contribution of MM in bills, Inclosed lnanenelopo Mo. Tho postmarked 'St. Josoph, sender had' folded tho notes and then clipped pieces from them. This mutilation was dono it is presumed, to prment tbo money from being of uso or valuo to any body hut tho Government went The New York Central Accident. A Nkw Yoiik syndicate of eight men Ai.niXY, Oct 8. Tho jury Investigating tho acldont on Now York Central hae secured an option on re.il estate railroad near Palntlno llrldgo, censured for tho site of u $3,000,000 hotel at Louthe company and found tho employes lsvlllo. It Is supposed that C. P. Huntington has An interest in It. wero blameless. Tnr. Western Lunatio asylum is tho Destructive Hurricane. Whisky. on Tax only lnsano asylum in tho Stato using Rom1, Oct 7. A torrlblo burrleano Washington, Oct. 8. Tho Treasury swept tho entire length of tho Island of Department decides that twenty Hvo coal-oi- l lights, a imxlo of lllumlnition Sardinia yesterday, leveling mnny vil- barrels of Amertcnn whisky, exported Involving mlch labor and haiard. Tho commissioners of the asylum hnvj lages and doing Incalculable damago to New York to Hamburg, and withlp Superintendent 11. W.Stonnnnd proporty. Hundreds of people were bur- from months from Hamburg few led in tho ruins of tholr own homes, and a Nrw York, can not bo admitted free, II. K. Randolph, commissioner, to an electric plant kufllclently largo thirty are known to havo lost tholr lives. to must bo fronted as subject to Inter-nu- t but . to answer all tho requirements of ho revenue tax. Impaired Machinery Caused It. Institution, Including all thetottuges. Minneapolis, Oot 7. At 11:80 oVIock Tho cost will Imi $3,000, utid Gnvi nor N(7 Chamber or Diputles. approved the last night n boiler explodrd In tho Gal I'AlUS.Oct, . According to tho latest Buckucr lus o nxy Mills, and killed Assistant Engineer addition will add largely to estimate tbu Chamber of Deputies will This and eafoly of tho asylum, Frank Hunks, and Holper Joseph Evans. 311 Opposition Republican and Tht explosion Tub dlitlllsrlcs In the vicinity . ofLav am:wird by Impaired hair W tltnat Include tlm membvr' raaoblnory. Inift'in havo returned operation-Cvlonl'l 'niuberii Storm on Lake Superior. Isiii'EMixn, Mich., Oct 7. Two wero wrecked on Lako Superior Ship Canal Saturday night Tho crew of nineteen men was saved with difficulty by tho crew under command of Captain Ocha. Loss on vessels and cargoes, SS0.OOO to 8100,000. A tcrrlflo storm is now sweeping ovor Lako Superior. . . vos-sols Vai!!Nitox, Oct. pro-cu- te tlufron-venlenc- s -- w "" r -- .iihiw- Waljt i.Kra ? s!4.1. J3t&Vj "V. . - - sewijiji! rtf. r ;ttiwfkn', ;.;7Ti .'Agaftg fV! ..' 4& yttZiAfHt"- km "- -" ..i.i.fijatf'A-i- . mfJMfSUA .CL.i " IfTHnm-uiin- i ..imU r &&At3JS&,,,11&0'ttW $ V,,j.'l, ttgiW -.- xiael. iN - htieus.S. .. - :& f!J. A ' i. -- . . "-'- "J .A .. Jp . c S'"'aje''eraWvse,ePsSJ ' - K- -. ZJ k&&&rt. faLKtoit.M If- - r.lt U lftltf4tUMiHUWUttHNEIh')t.'H; .yrtik J 'Hi". if ' ".j. , iu. ' , , T"ai ,. mi iSEiSH "6 ' -- - !R&lg ID 4 mi u.ij y""T . - WZ' fc Stock of FALL and WINDER GOODS is now complete H -- IB U F SU jS If 3k is Jlie -- 48- largest and A OF AT best-select- ed IE! AN'S --B. v .. . . & e s ffffi IT E 1 one in Hickman, and the prices are lower than can be found sell . ? at prices We me Hie hole agent for WYLKU,' AClvEllLANl) W"UTr!TT 'f TUWTEi of PerftTl-FUtint- & CO'S siiicndid niake . CLOTHING, tho best 3.00 a suit by buying tlicm. and you can savo from GOODS JN HICKMAN. Call nud examine ourikatitiful Stock before buying, you can savo money I r, Tuilor-Mad- A 7TT".TJi 93 1! T - T iJlIickiiian, T -- 1 o T7 TT T "V T $2.00 to T7" PRICES TAXES I America, V We have tlio BEST Stock, and tlio CHEAPEST Stock of ',. i , HC THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, Kif., FRIDAY, : : : OCT. The Melognlr. 4. ioK ., n tttb SLiOLf the HKXt KxcrrKHKar. H. BUCHANAN, THE HEW STATE), MIAI'INO Vl BETTKR. KL dcncral JMcwm CA Hit Yl.Ml IIciun. entuok.y TAXES ! ! It, 1889. rOH CLERK COURT - er APPE&LN. Wt are authorized lo ennouns -- Mr. GEO. H. MnUMW as candidate for Clerk Court of Appeal, subject lo lb action of the Deaocratlo Slate Convention. Tho noxt oloctions to excito tho Tbo public nl ready known i When tho poplo nnd Hickman counties select a Delo-gat- e country will occur Nov. 5th. Ou tho effort to capturo the votes to the Convention to form a Hint day, Iowa, Maryland, Mas- the now states dovotiue the now Constitution, they should not sachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, tiro land oillco to tho mnnnfaotu only Belccta man of, broad intelli- Now Jersey, Now York, Ohio. of laud patents for claimants gence, general information, and Pennsylvania and Virginia, will tbo two Dakotas, Montana paincuc iu:puu5srLiJkpr.6 or a choaaSUto offlcerft, iM of them Washington, and tho prj conservative, wnJWwwiiwtitt mf hh,-au-d exedflPMarvlant!, No lira slit, New irac uirougu Acting one who reel)' and boldly York nnd Pennsylvania, electing er Stono that this Administrati will not discover any land fra makes known the changes he will uovernors. Tbo Republicans expect to carry that its friends mav find it m favor and the change bo will op- Cettricr JVhkkcIn. Tni? Dcmocnita wore not entire-lleft in tho Northwestern elections the other tiny. Thoy elected the uovrrnor and Legislature in Montana, which nBunres n couple or Uouiocratlc scnatora. y pose nro men thoroughly m harmony with tho interests of the people who aro lacking in capacity and a gnin. 'Tho Democrats expect to carry gave tbo Impression that;ne Ad- benefit to that city nnd tho sur- ber has been increased by tho ad general intelligent qualification. It will give mission of tho four now states to Cashmorea.nnd othor Ladles Tho best interests of the pcopio Maryland, Mississippi, Now York, ministration was obllcod jo con rounding country. A bpasu of virtue has seized Iew Jersey and Virginia, and if tend with tho adverse inflenco of that which commerco nud tho pco- 330 members. Tlio senate's mem Dress Goods, Roots, Shoes, Cloth- in no particular Now Orleans. The edict has gone is wrapped np BOlll Intr. pio require, It is not tho farmer, or they lose cither State, it will bo a the Northern Pacific Jtaiiroad. freight business.a competition in bership has boon likewise Increas nt In rant. lVIrvthlllI will bo23th. forth that nil tho gambling houses As it is, Clinton, es from 70 to 81 members. cost, from Saturday, Sept. We think thoro must c somo the lawyer, that should be select- Republican gain. must bo closed. Othello's occu801:7-- r Tbe Democrats expect to mako mistake about this. Thofortheru iu all matters of freight, is entirely pation being gono, tho gamblers ed because he is a farmer or a gain 8 in Mnsschusotts Pacific Railroad has a jde part- at tho mercy of ouo railroad. Tho nnd E. A. Burke of have r.oiuinoiicod committing sui- lawyer, and yet exactly tho best bat do not expect to carry Ohio, ner, known formerly nBho Mon- News has no doubt tbo good sense cither cide Now Orleans without gamb- man might bo found In either of State. They have some hope of tana Improvement Uoioany, but ofthopeoplo will causo them to Louisiana oxplnina why ho has not theso callings. Our people should sailed ror tho united mates, aud tiftvtnP ntirfllkaUttl iLi ling housea is bard to realize. Paducab says that ho will join hia family in Thai tn,4rateviisfi E. bo moro cboico in tlio selection of carrying tho New York Legisla- Intterly as tho Missno) Mercan- voto tho subscription. F, Co?, wilt oontlnat TWfrj itwk ofsal. I ture, which will bo a great Dem- tile Company. This etcrprising News. if lmnSial Ia alsHil Iks Vll Swnu( in this country In a very abort time. hitala. WWEIIICasi axua'wvtai tUI Warren and Marion county it Delegate thantho choosing a Rep- ocratic gain if they do. aforecorporation, of whichbe resentative to His friends claim to bo confident sell si good goods, snd al as law prlcss as State LegislaCOIORKD EFIflCOrALCAXfl. Democrats held primaries Inst Sat Tbo elections, however do not said railroad company owns ouo that bo will bo ablo to clear up any. Will appreciate your -trade. unlay and nominated comity tick- ture, becauso the errors and misfulyS D BRYANT. changBishop Dudley, who ia an tbo illegal issue or state bonds so ets to bo voted for August 1890. takes of tho Legislature may bo promise any very decided it is an share more than half,,lie stock, es for either party; nnd as ran steam saw mills da and night is rocognized in tbo National aa to froo himself from all auspi- remedied within two years, but the noIn some other counties similar off year, tho working up timbor on in violation rm takflii At tlio timn of tlin work of tho Constitutional Con- hinging uponcontests more or less tion of Taw on public fauds, and Episcopal Couvcntion now in ses- clou of profiting by such issues. local issues, the revention may rest upon'as for sevsion in tbo city of Now York, na is the Harrow lu last August election and tho canThe sults, will not be neccessarlly site- - shipped the prodnctl west to tbe apoatlo to tho colored people, Art immigration society, wbioh use, Acme prices boatlow aa can didates nominated a full year eral generations. as and at ulficant,Jexcopt tho changes should Portland, east to St. Paul and is to receive encouragemont in has been recently established iu Party politics, naturally enough, ahead. be bought anywhere. s hia work among tho colored breth will not be ignored in making a oo very large, wiiicli is not now south to Salt Lake ity. Topeka In connection with tho HELM BROS, Afr'ta, Administration commenced ren: selection, but surely no cood citi expected by the leaders of either or negroes to Ublauo lato exodus ae27-t- f Hickman, Ky. At a National Convention of zen desires to seo party prejudices party. prosecution against tio Northern Bishop Whipple, of Minnesota, ma, claims to have received letters Woman Saflrjigists, beld in Sara Ad- reported back tho report of the from Pacific, which the tbe.ircseut Georgia, AlaTennessee, toga, N. Y., a day or two ago, loss and methods dictato the eleotion Savo Tailor's bills by buying ministration dismiBsoo. for effect of an incompetent man. Colored Uommlsslou, accompanied bama, Louisiana and the Carolinas than a dozen answered to STROUSB & BRO'S PERFECT on the elections. Wo will pay tho highest price Tho Courier would be glad to FITTING CLOTHING, at with an appeal in behalf of their stating that thoro will bo 20,000 They procooded to organize and work, asking that $10,000 bo ap- negro omlgrants from thoso 8tatea for Country Produce. Also, you so27-t- f platform containing moro see tbe people of Fulton aud Hickadopt n If altzer & Shaw's. For anything in our hie, com propriated for that work during aa aoon aa they ran gather their enn always find a fresh supply of from time than 2,000 words, with which they man counties,respective to time, to headquarters, at Chickens, &c, and meet in their Butter, neighborthe coming year, and that tbe crops and get aendy to leave. REPCBUOAN LAWLUHtSKHH. "propoao to flood the country nil ee20 Siiixn, EllisoH& (To. a general line of Family Grocehoods, school districts, or voting diocese of Kentuoky be asked to tho same. (Xfttlon Democrat precincts, nnd niako expression of permit Bishop Dudley, who, bo JURY REPORX. We are headquarters for Boots. ries, at our store in Kaat Hickman. Tbo a choice, in this way let tbe Del- way most serious obstacle in the HELM RROS. said, seemed destinod to bo tbo Wo carry tho very best makes, at Secretary Proctor has writ- egate bo unmistakably From BrJwtl Star.) of the maintenance of order ae27-t- f called to a in several of apostle to tbo colored people, to lowest price. ten to the Governor of North the Southern States The Hickman Courie rj verv Carolina with regard to tbe re- candidacy by the people. If more is tho character of the Republi soii8lbly suggests that onr fi'stem givoasmuch timoas possible to tjSIITII, Eixihox & Co. than one is called, let them run it can population. tho Commoval of Geronimo's band to that We of selecting n jury sbo M be the work undertaken bywan mndo' out beforo tlio people, or let other to tbe political crimesdo not rcferJ amended. mission. The report State, lie received for reply nn Xm'I r.xprrlinrnt. of the carTbo party on t til baa The uaderstgnsd, commencing buslnsi Yoa prt afford t ' lic la ex la HlcVmso, only asks a share ol Iredo, intimation that Vermont was a methods then be adopted. That pet baggers, nor tho petty depre- tho authority to reject to q many the order of tbe day, to bo taken field for colonization of is to say, that if one candidate dations of the colored admirers of jurors, aud the law nrohib ta anv up as soon aa tbo order of tho day perimenting whta your luatearaln dan proposUg to do a square, straight busl- better ger. Corntimptlon alwayi ecema, al firtt. proceding was disposed of. V.,HI. .IH1 If these government pets than North favors viva voce voting and two sucking pig and "..,,"l- - . . man who has an on n on In the only a eoitl. va nut permit any dealer to celted la each aoJ evety favor ballot votiiit?. then the CUIQKCU Carolina. iiupoxe upon you wllli eoraa caeap Imila deallag U na sensalleas. Iraosaetioa, and from serving. Tho Courier , case A full supply fricndnof vraliovrmniR anJ.Mt The Fulton JFaltoninn advises Dlneerery OMrr?IWMH'amlrnn'JtolkY:lAVo.JU Hern il imlcby coovontion'BrJwRwrwioe. Journal complained of tbo nufalrHTnU,,s oriTighteneU 'afr0br noWi thepeopfo of this county to dimin- Hon o( lr. King' Kfw Cold, but (or oi family as any. sept, and sold at a Conmmptioo, Coughs and be low prices Mroeerlrs JHTols oblUtiymoYcr.rBd-liot- l nnu still alicatlng, over tho ap- so that ballot voting may receive ness wun which .northern papers papers, telegraphs, telephone. ish their tobacco crops, and tbe tiro yon get the cenalao. Ileeaiue he Juljfl D. B, BRYANT. ha mar tiro proaching election in that State. its concentrated strength. And trenieu iiontnekv. JBverv storv nnd numerous postofflces that nil Lyou County Gazetto proscnts can make morn Junttil hegood, tell you Ihe ajmetbiog haa at Wo don't reckon the Democrats so with any other nrojpective of outrage and violence that came the moro intelligent men hear of the following facts and reflections nme Don't The deoelred, bnt or Juit ATTENTIONVERYBODYl inaut upon stand much chance to elect tho changes that may bo considered of from Kentucky, no matter how evil deeds, along with tho other on tho same subject: "For tbo petting Dr. Ktng's Xew Ulntorery, waleh importance. first timo since Lyon county was It guaranteed to Governor, bat there is a real subrelief In all Throat, Having bought out the Ctark ttskery and icnorant. Grocery, I will be pleased lo see all Democrats may differ among improbable nnd unsupported, is nows, only thecompetent nnd care organizod, the bnrns, many of J.migand Client gire affection. Trial boltlea lime pleasure in seeing how nobly not only printed conspicuously in less oneB nro to servo them, arc filled my old friends and euttomer. with both old nnd 10c at t Vi. Cowglll i Dru- - Stere. Larje tbe Democrats of that State fight themselves as to changes to be Northern papers, but by Repub-lien- ns Jurors. A man who is on trial ....... t Itr.-iw. favored or opposed; and so may ,Vo., mi .4 at.l ......li imuesii. ,,nav against odds. papers it is treated as a fair for bis life ia thus compelled to'"T,7L'uuac.co' Ahvnys on IIuuU ! Republicans, Mugwumps, orother specimen . i w' .... w" ivo no meniiB or Know f. nko l.ia of tho coudition of ti. Kir Delivery Oread Wagon will visit tfcU Ml ljllUltIH uiu wunilWO lllCT COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. of voters. yoa every day. Visiting statesman are going classes honor of betas elected, and things iii Kentucky, and when and reckless jury, when such ""tl" Of ono thine wo can rest as Tho Jal8-l- f R. M. MKTIIENY. to the assistance of Mahone, and the good a Delegato may hope to contradictions on indisputable au- - cases should be tried by the most sured, aud that is, tbe farmers Hickman, Ky., Oct. 3, 1BS9. republican papers are beginning do, is abont all there is in the no-- thotity are sent out, they aro rele-- . enlightened and responsible mou havo been producing too much In view of the fact tiiat owing to the tobacco and not enough com, hay, City Hall belnjc othorwiae ocaupied, and gated to tho waste basket. But that cun be found. to write oftlie dire and dreadful Kition, for pay invitiug; oats, hogs, cattle, horses and Ihe Council falllog lo meet on Tueaday, "bourbon" threats made against nnd many tho our is not men will Mr. Waterson'a paper was too best the ol republicans in Virginia. The best not entera of careful of tho feolings of North- lROPOMKD HICKS AM BAIZ.R0AD. mules. The Gazetto is assured by- a callmiiKl, iiirecniar day for meet lee, foraipeetal meeting lhl cir soveral of the conntv'a best farminformation obtainable leads to but tbe call scramble for tbo place, ern Republicans. It oncht to hnvo beloa; ordered, Ihe Council met in ealUd (Mo.) Pmotrat. Clutk.to r that in th fnlnrn thft fnrmintr of tho belief that Mabone will bo the meetings tho people, through said that so far ns these Kentuoky eeilon, preaent: Mayor Cow till, Council referred to, would outrages are not the airy creatures On Monday last Mr.J.T. rnnnrnllv tlirnnHinnt tlin snowo 1 under. thwaite of Paducah, Kv., arrived i county intend to pay more atten men Uaruage, Parker, shaw, Smith and not be refused by many. Utcktaan. of Imaginative spaco writers or across idle go8sipore, thoy are the inci- in uuariosion.uaviiigdrlvon To the tion to tho production or the last 01 On motion, tbe reading of tbe minute The campaign in Ohio is getting We invite everybody to come me lait recuiar neeilog wwuupts; the country to this point. named commodities and less to very exciting. Mr. Hnlstead and see our NEW GOODS. dents of lifu They counties of thoiu the Republican Democrat Mr. Pnstlethwaito atnt tobacco. Too much tobacco pro nith. anargos Mr. Campbell with t Stato. ACCOUNT AlLOWrD. ed that tho object of his trip was dootion, llko ovor crops of cotton, performances, and Mr. certainly are nice, as this is the de Every county in The were prceenled cision of all who give them careful which it has been Kontucky into to view tho country between is what koeim tho farmers behind properlyfollowing account oa motion were Campbell has branded Mr. approved, which necessary for Charleston aud Hickman, to find with the merchants nnd others." allowed aad cheek crdtrcd iisusd for tie as a liar. More and start- inspection, and it is really astonish- the Governor to send troons to its grado and tbe advisability of amounts ing how low they can be bought. ling developments, to use the restoro order aud protect the building u railroad between the for nails, ko., of Chicago dispatches, aro J. AiiflEHa's So.ns. courts is a Republican county. If two points. Ho is a civil engin- Judge Gresham is roportedas J. Amfcerits' Bom, repairing steps. $2 24 0. 1), Wilson, for 74 xpvcieu to foiiow. there bo any exception to this it eer, nnd is in the employ of a num-bo- r having spoken at Columbus, Wis., Ton Williams, posts for 21.80 In high t"rm of Mr. OlovoIaiuU 2.73 has escaped oar attention, and we HaHroad Prospects. of ganttomon nt l'adncati, rail- administration, and said that the TnE members of tho West Vir will promptly mnke tbe correction TF.iusvars's BEroRT. road mon, who desire an outlet people of America wero beginning Ti.a ttllle capital of Fullon county me uny Treasurer nrritnietl b re ginia gnhnrn;unrini contest com Hickman if we aro informed of our L. hat more railroads In sight Tho statement is important mistake. from Hickman to the South and to look upon Mr. Olovelniid ns port for month ending Kept. 30, showloi mittee have completed their la lima any olLr Iowa In (lift S(t Should enough West. Ho would not divulge tho I V 1 as one of tho strongest and most amount in treasury to bors, and will transmit the results they all be bulll, it would make that little to be repented, that every county names of his employers, and to courageous mon, who performed Credit Ocoeral Fund account, 5188.18 to the acting Governor in a short Iowa one cf tbe leading railroad centers iu Kentucky where disorder and " Funded Debt account, 62R7S all time. There will be maiontv and of the South. If you ean't baild them on assassination have gone to such nearly of questions, except the his duty under circumstances that ' City Hall account, 2.00 object his visit, was ornore r;yes, would have overwhelmed a weakminority reports, the first giving land, lirolher Warren, build Htm on pa- lengths that only the military forcCollege llond acoounl, 100.61 Ho stated, hownvor, that er character. Judge Gresnam said The report was receded and ordsred per. Fullon Graphic COWGILL'SEYE SALVE. u tinge a plurality or 2lfi, es of the State could restore qniot ho the counthe other giving a plurality of 100 The Courier is free to confess and protect lifo and property is a try was well pleased with proposed that lie believed that Mr. Cleve- filed. For Neuralgia and Itheumatlsm. through which tho gkaxtid nrnmo liczkie. land would be nominated in 1802 ro uon. Tiie legislature will hard-l- that it would build all these rail- Republican county. road was likely to run, nnd esti- nnd oonld not be defeated at the lit. II. Carry nd Messrs. Charaoirm k COWgILL'3 VT2AS2Z, OIL. settle tho matter before the first roads on laud just as readily as toomas escn maie application in Extra-fin- e or January. Patent FLOUR, mated the cost of building at a polls. This is very much liko counetl (or tlpplinc licenaa to begin open IV For Piles, wo do ou paper, if we could. But, ugare. Oct. Judge Gresham. Although a re- lfitb, 1833, which on motion was granted, Choice Coffee, (Roasted and Green); low .By parties here there is to be borne in publican During tho three months Tan- mind as ouo thineencouragement, New Orleans Molasses and Siurars, ed that Mississippi ho was inform ageous ho is au honest and cour- they complying with the lawa made and C0WO1XX3 PILE OINTMENTcounty people or n man and admires au hon provided for In such cases. ner was In offlco bo succeeded in and that is sign recently thousands and a good lino of Fancy Groceries were ripe for snoh a road, bad long MBf For Tetter and UlaEworm, est aud courageous man whatever nuts i acxTox'a nous. Increasing tho expenditure for of dollars that COWGILL'3 TETTXE OINTMENT. have been spent in Lon hand, and will bo sold as low as wanted it, and the right or way hia politics. iMiinniinian lumtia wa inli)l. pensions at the rato of $42,000,000 making surveys, &c, would cost ins coinpauy mile or of nrosneot- - uiiy huuse. oommittse of one to iiave brle&'ftu put sa? For Worm. annually. This addod to tasty-ear'se27-2nothing, as a glanoo at the situaJ. Amrero's Sons. Ive railroads to and through Hick The news that Mrs. Frances in toe oenon nouis near w cemetery CowgiU'B Pleaaant Worn Syrup expenditure 280,000,000 would man, ana tion showed plainly of what great Hodgson tuui all Una money is Burnett, tho distinguishmake a total of 8122,000,000, or a coming out of the pookets or Wnt) OWXH TME CODHTUTT beiteul lo lite county it Hue or tho ed and popular novelist, has met DIED TO CEMETEkY Mm. the SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR sum greater by 83,000,000 thnn is railroad companies kind would bo. The City Clerk deeds contemplating THE HONEY REFUNDED. It is bolieved that the census of Mr. Postlothwalto from here with a serious accldont wbilo driv- been executed to J.reported that for lot had required to support the immense said lines, aud not r. Coleman No. one standing armies of tho German tbe town of Hickman cent, from 1800 will show that the capitalists went to Hibbard. From thoro he ing in England will be heard with 14218x18 feat in white cemeterr sreasds For Sale by the Proprietor, or the peo- of the United States own 80 per and sinoero regret. Mrs. he having presented Supt. Dillon's reoelpt Empire. A few years of Tanner ple of Fulton county. It may bo cent, of the wealth of the Union. ia making a trip of observation to arnott is English by birth, and tor 9t- - vo, as payment lor same. Also, J, W. place the couutry greater that these railroad would COWGILL, Druggist, a point further west on the Gat lo I'ete 0. It. in debt than it was at tho close of paying out thoso companies are Tho many millions of farmers, me- railroad, near Little River. His camo to this country when Bbo son, forWilliams for lot No. 81;Itarber, Willot No. 11; Jordan for largo sums of chanics, laborers, workmen and was a girl of twolvo, bnt bor litorincKman, Ky. Joco tho war. money just for fun, with no their wives and ehildron, own 20 employers want two or three ary reputation was made in this lot No. 25; Josephine Bowden, for East A.. A.. FA-RIof ever building, but per cent, of the country's wealth, routes from which to choose, but country, ana this is her home. half of lot No. 83, (all colored) In colored cemetery ground. The Washington Post prints a so long ns thoy spend their own aud a few thouaaud rich capitalists aeem to be favorably disposed toPHYSICAN AND SURtiEON On motioD the Council adjourned. letter wrlteu by ward that one lending direct to Shogrew to womanhood and marmoney and not HICKMAN, cent. KENTUCKY ried in East Tounessoe, and lived Attest, W. L. Edgerton, showing that tho Civil it if they can. ours, we can stand own 80 por wrong Is thoro not Charleston. Before further McCUTCHEN, C, C. However, all this about this Service to oervico Law is violated by tho surveying and railroad prospect- something OFFKRB hli rrofesslonal and vlclnltv the Democrat will await do- - there until she grew famous, whon of Hlokman These few thousand capitalists she romovod to WaBbiugton City. Commission Itself. Tho letter al ing has persuaded anl0-'8- 0 volopinents. A Nonnd Learn I opinion. tbe Courier control tbe politics and legislation She haa been ono of tbe most deao cnarges that Air. uampbeil, a nnd many olhern E. Munday, They buy that there is some Our olegunt SILK PLUSn servedly successful literary work- Atty , Halnbridge Tex., says; Emi , County clerk ot tbe Commission, Btolo ex- reality at the bottom of it, or thoso of the country. Senators to legisClay Co , "Havo used L. Con- SACQUES and WRAPS, aa well ers of the day, and has won an latures and eeud papers uud sold them, companies would amination Eleclrlo Hitlers with most bnppy ATTOUNEY-AT-LAnot spend their gress. Tho Czar of Russia does as CLOAKS and Wraps of all honored rank in American letters. My brother also was very low withresults. Mala and that lie was not only retained own money as thoy rial Fever and Jaundice, but was cured by HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. in office after his guilt was discov- Tho railroad intoresta bavo done. not moro completely rulo his peo- grades, should bo seen to bo apWost nnd ple with a rod of iron tlinu do preciated. timely use o( tins mediolne. Am satis. Baltzeh & Shaw. ered, but was promoted to a high- East of tho Mississippi would bo All Legal Iltislne Another negro oxodus from Qod Kleotrlo Hitters saved bis life." promptly attended lo. those few tend practice a specialty. er salaried position. Mr. Camp- benefitted by a crossing bore; and America's thousand capitalists rulo Alabama is immiuont. Tho negroes Mr. P. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, NATURAL OAS. millions. Thoy cannot bell is a near rolutivo of Goininia-aiono- r tho googrnnhlcal fnct do not go to tho now States of the Kv., adds alike testimony, saying He Office In Bank Bolldioir. 9 that an East send them off to Siberia, but tboy Lyman. Ono day Inst week while Uncle Northwest, nor to Mexico, bnt to positively believes he would have died, nnd Wost railroad connection be put the burdens of taxation upon Wash Hnrrlson was attempting to Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Lad it not bean for Electric Bitters. as well tween tho Atlantic and Pacific This great remedy will ward oil, their backs and keep thorn poor sink a drive pump on his Negro emigration to Mexico promises Arkansas. There is strong com- as curs all Malarial Disease, and for all to accommodate existing through high t miffs. in James Bayou township, near petition among railroad ugouts for Kidney, Liver and Stomach Disorders lias assumed a more dofiulto phase. lines, is 400 miles short ar hv cross Two Gorman athletes havo ar tho mouth of the Bayou, the bauds this business, nnd a dispatch in a atsnds unmualel. Price COo. and $1, at Tbo agents of tho movemout re- ing nt Hlukmaii than any other port that thoy have received great possible route is a further confir- rived in Now York whose feats of wore surprised to see tho piug Charleston paper gives ono of J. W. Cowgill's Drug Store. ITavlntr tnirclim! Xfr. v . encouragemont; that a concession mation. These roads may never strength, it is said, will be a rev- which closed tho pipo at the tup them as authority for tho stateentlro stock ol Books, Stationery, fancy ment that ho knowwhoro ho could of 82,000,000 and 150,000 acres of bo built, but their uro cood rea elation to tho strong mon of this suddenly hbo in the air. Tbo nurklrn's Arnlen Hnlve. Goods, &o.. J will continue to keep on was greater when a vigorous placo 1,000 nogro laborers in Texas. country. Ono can lift 515 pounds laud awaiU tho coufimution of tlio sons to hope that they will be. Tut Rest Salve In the world for Cuts, eoipleu Una. of 'A BnilseK, Bores, Ulcers, tialtltheuro, Fever OV'WfM Mexican congress nnd tbo approvwith his middle finger and can pass How of gas could bo seen, A JJVlAJ, al of President Diaz. Iu somo Bring your Watches. Clocks. a weight of 200 pounds slowly Ilghtod match was applied nnd a The Hon. Joseph Mnlhatton Sores, Tetter, Chspped Hands. Chilblain. STATIONERY, rospoots tola looking towards Jowolry, &c, that need repairing, over his bead with ouo hand. Tbe stream of flame five feet high wns than whom there nro no grontor Corn', and all tikin Eruptions, and noil- NEWSPAPERS, lively cures files, or no pay required. It MAGAZINES, ic. . Mexico by tbo negrdea ia natural. to Bob Back, opposite MitSbaw's other is credltod with being ablo the immediate result. The dis- prevaricators has conoludod to Is guaranteed to slv aerfect satisfaction. AnY 01 thai ftbflTai tint Im .l.l. .lll l. , miit the road lay nsldo tho grin or money refunded. Jt ia a tropical oil mate, living is grocery, at Buck Bras', and he to forco a six inch nail with his covery will bo throughly Trice 26 cents per prowpilj proem upon Kplicftt!a. abeap, such as it is, and Moxico will repair them as aflret-claeand may prove a bonanza. nud engage in theminiug business box. For xale by J. IV. Cowglll, Drug. bare baud through a two Inch rev IUf ww.iev i;leU wants more people. UuurloBton Domocrat. plank. ap2ft workman Bbould. s2l J. CUNT. ELLISON. lu Now Mexico. n. 1 of education and learning, who might not represent the best interests of tho people; and there There aro competent mou, men Iowa, Massachusetts, Nebraskn, Ohio and Pennsylvania, ccrtnin; nnd nlso claim New York, Now Jersey, aud Virginia. Tho Democrats concede tho first named States, but if they carry eithor of tho latter, it will boa Republican Tho Clinton Democrat says that GoNNEOrtoUT voted on a prothe proposition to aid tho Padu-ca- hibitory amendment to the ConHickman and Southern rail- stitution Mouday. Rolurna from road is again to bo submitted to towns that cast of the Hicktho voto of that procinot. entire voto of tho Stato last fall Tho voting this show a majority of 20,000 ngaiust man Courier. aid by Clinton will pnt affairs into the amondmont. tettetshnpo. Thoro is no doubt but that tho road will be constructReporters on a New York ed, and thoro is less doubt that paper counted noson in all tho it takes money to do It. It is noo- - churches in that city Sunday. Tho venient to commit, but tkoreins ossary to raise some ifo.OOO por result shows that 07,277 femalos beou hardly anything said abut mllo in order to put tho project nnd 07,219 males attended divine the deal wbioh appears to faro beyond a perndvonture, and tl Is services r total or ii.uf" per been effected in aid of a and proper, if Clinton has tho intorcst soub. Tho day was iiupleaBant. viotory in Montana for the Tarty of tbo rond at heart, as it is reaof God and Morality. In accent sonable to 8ni)i)080 she has, that By the last apportionment the Interview Senator Plumb. o has this subscription should bo voted. house of representatives was comlately returned from tbe Fnf West, This road will be of Incalculable posed of 32omomb6rs. This num- if b, two-third- s Thoao wishing to ntivo BIX PER CENT, additional Taxation, had bottor oomo forward nnd sattlo T. H. JOHNSON, at onoo. HICKMAN, Sheriff Fulton County. oil conniiiiciAi. pro tel KENTUCKY ftcods at Cost! THE NEW YORK STORE Will alinrtlv rrttnovo to Newborn. Tcnn., and tho cntiro stock of Dry FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, uoous. uc, win uc saiu ai cost, orOeiefoer, to which we Invito attention. Our prices Until are a low as the lowenU to all who will call, rather than to rotnovo and pay freight on them. Come one and all and got tho bcBt monoy. Nlco SALE AND LIVERY STABLE f;oods for littlo I10U8R HAS UKCENTLY DF.KN up for the accommodation of Ururarutrs ami ths traveling public genaiuljnuaro erally. Clean nois, n,n us. Kiealssiiarantced 10 all who men wilt find tae best ol atten Travelikg tion at our house. In addition, "try a full Ho of THIS I!,lnlini tr-- 4 , lo 15h DOUGLASS BROS Paris & Parker, STREET KENTUCKY Fresh Groceries. & SJtSj SIM constantly on hand for hire B'EBi'rl sal HOUSES, liUaOIEB and HACKS. Having purchased the liable, hone aad satire outfit ef W. 11. i'lumner sad to eenliene the wt elicit palronag b'jl!, KY 11- ox-reb- el Ijickman garble Works, AOME HARROW. UWKMAN, B. C. HAMAGE, MONUMENTS, Mil AND ORAVK STONES. In stock, a See lot HAVING Italian Marble, 1of pre-p- a an red to fill all orders. Call and etaula Order ailed. froia Clove-laud- Italian and Amkricak Marbli TO nttisa l couxthy ritonuct:. roll-cni- l. mr work. the country prooptly ssayM Bin No Sensation. M llffl THA 'V t 1 1 IT! John Witting JCol" tllO yellow-legge- d kwvr Jat I IT a GROCERIES 'J' I V 1Z lHt .VHMortint ir HICKMANI JM -- V Goods delivered to any part of ihe City. TRIAL n hno ru'1 I"i-il- l, Cto", WTlDlESTELmri N K. Family Groceries. space nam Come and J see, at the corner ef Trey and Moscow Avenue. East Hick or , Ky NOtrouble lo shew all articles, goods. la bain Postle-'nnonl- o And get yonr illaeksmlthlug and gvnsral Itepalrmg done at i J. F. GRAY'S, ( drtttf Olien ant Rock-botto- EttSfgt Slruli,) frand-nlen- HICKMAN, KY. Hal-stea- d lang-nag- o (Jowl Work al Prices. My motto. ftsJMI 1 1,1, VTOIIK a .picla1tY.-T- a JOHN K. 11 HAY. marlO-l- f slde-wal- OXi JC T l. llf&l What to Buy? filiS HICKMAN, 1 IVC Mi: A 1 KENTUCKY. )o( TRIAL when you want on keep line of ut 11 T lilackiiullbing done, a or repairs Wagons, &c. also full y Undortakor'o Qoodn, Yi-nCcmsscn, ttcsctfosi, asd Solid Si-- ct Collins nnd Cases, which can bo tiled up on short notice, and at reasonable prices, (lite me a call, esr Shop in West Ilicknian. way n 25-o- I fi s m II. A. &K- T TXLER - v ATTORNEYS max man, W KENTUCKY ILLavttnd lo all buslncus entrusted to their care. Offlcft l'urnllure Factory. - - nmrmr DR. R. S. MU11RELL. (Offlc t Up-- ll -- S Y com-men- t, Jl I OK HAN, First Judicial Uiitrlot. fmarlSl rioitr Cowflll'i Ptui 3lcrr,) KY. ot tit Wll practice in all the Court BAM'L ISBBLL, THATFIDHT M.A.8lmraom I.h.t McJItlne.Kit'J Ijto. lathe U. S. Court I.srtAT. J. .c:.6lmn,on, st Loui, Tho Original Wins. iw' fel-8- sea-boar- Now Book Store. t n.i ll.fllln.rrop'rA.q.Mmmoni U tteplslor, Esfd by Zellln iA . A, S. L. M. hu tor 47 T.ir eiirtd iKDioisTinN, IlttioUinie, UrsrsMu,flicKlisADciis,I.ost ' ear-pris- e MiSl nv4 BEH l74,.X.nnLa.'r.nn. i. i.. .j-..-:".-"..- Ittr. T. 11. lt.lrn.. I..ln.f V Church, Adam., Tcnn,, nrltcil"! think I should lure been dead but ur jour ucnuine jl, A. Simmons I.lrer Medicine. I sometimes had to auh.tllata "Zcilln'a atutr'torour Mcdl. tsHsirj dna, but It don't answer ta purpoae." Dr.J. It. Oiartt, Rdllor 7" hr oi Touri.itci :TU f. alcdlclae, snd hays used half ol It, It wmkalike a clisrnt, I want na btUtz Llrcr Itrrulator and cer. tain) au mora ol Zcllia'amliturai ,. '- i.vii iuvosti-gatod- e .V. f4 stBBraawaaaa(B(B(BTSjawaaBaawntaBvaaa(ai EM-"WW- i mimmaam-mm- m imiwwm tmmmsxnf TT''TlT"Hff'l',Y''---'TiTlfflTi- T ll ItsTaTMaTaaWiT I imiWIIMIIWH I'llMllilil IIMW IIIIHIIIHII IIIMllHMIIIII ilMl I1 HI I lllHIHi I1 I il II ill H'l II iMip imil ilw15!t linn IH JWnSUBPKWill m- f I' - MlMasm,aavvvMaa . MiMrf THE is, RACE-WA- R -5f jfiaz& IS OH! SjgSJ -. jj ..-- jpi That our MACE with competitors, in which we are ffwc IFtimgrj, and our WAR on High Prices which will be foiigHi trj the Utter (hath! MmMm mj&mm. s$ Our t jfeu; -- jw- - pall a jb e t &. are (Joods t It is no & t ?omii) iMti Jb1 jemitov? ffl -- hfa-- kt and in such quantities that we would huye to buy The Leading Jeweler! 4 .HfUikHlSH A personal uiuiuuimt uuuuijou a young h.twen Vlr. lie Webeler andsMnasWltar. Mr eejasi.. nt Mfkask A BALTZER u.ul follow-townsma- the Courier to enumerate them. a trouble to show goods, and we will feci prMd to have1 & atiit a $ BURLINGAME. & Taa LvfMt aad Bast Stook of The truth I that Hickman, Ilk Ib bamns many other .mall week, In whleb Worth wii thot by Wb-ete- r. town, baa had a (urfelt of poor ibowa, and even when a good one comae along, are Tb wound I not ttrlou. they U. B. dletruiltul oflt a merlin, becatie There are Our all advartlned are Bryant, wa celled to bl old home, Hunt- good ahowaand poor .howl, and the n ingdon, Tron., on th 4tb (net., to attend onea owe tba deey oiling of the beat lb bnrlal or bla aged mother, fynpethy, nM to the aald affair Impeilng ea lb p and elatere, is estended to him in eealderte ef h public. his aflielloa. lsl town" Hickman, is not a good show ay tome ihow people. flret-cla- e. m.rl-torei- -- Watches, Clocks, jfiJfiflMlftA Spectacles, pHttniHpBi -- (o)- Caps, Gents Far Dishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Itubber Goods, Notions, &c, go to sc27-- f -- For Ilats, Musical Ualtzkb & Shaw's Jewelry, XflKlTfiMInstruments ! dinghterof Jim Spradllagef Union City, wa praying near tbe Bre, ber elollt-le- g la Mai war eaughl, and before a. Mr. While the little ber ah old Inttnce reachtd wa TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. horrwd that h died. to badly tk City Halt, Friday eight, Oet. 18th. Tb ship will be built from bottom to top-a- t art by thirty tklnaent will be given at The Missionary Ship enter children, and will be Terr laterettlng. AdmlenloB, 12&. Children 16c. W uo FAX I sow Bsady w FOR AN IMMENSE Smith, Kixibon & Co. An eastern syndicate is ar The hahlt of nAwaunrtAra In raaala in build a n. $4,000,000 kol I a LoiUf ill., near the corner of He.enth and complimenting Incompetent men for oflee, Main, which will be the Sneot betel la the lareugB eouri.ay, i anonl on a par wtlb Mouth, with the pocelble exeeptloa f tb the preacher! who pronounce funeral eoto- on the dad, indlacrlmlnataly. Th couriib, aiming to be retpeetrul to The old patriarch, Uncle Andy caadldatea, none the leaa trlea to Bhuik, bow In hie b7ihyer, and with one mould the language to suit th truth. line of Dress Goods. The ladies must be sore to see them. A magulQceut and If tb management of the new ollg la not wisely mad, lb college may look well to II proapectlv laurel. There is eoroelblng la tbe name of college, bnt if it add worth aad merit, which Hi Faculty and not brick and mortar, eaa give, tbe name will be enduring. Tho Cocatta (peak only became of abundant anxiety. iaae I juei opeaing with everr proepect of the Cneit eeasoa enjoyed for year. Th for menced! Everybody and their game was never mor abendant. The friends are going to H. Buchanmovement to build a Una hotel at Comb an's to bay their Goods. He is Springe failed, bnt the old retort it Idlewild and Frtnt, la being pnt selllntr at awfnl low nrlces. and Ik good order for tbe accommodation of you can get anything you want hundreds of vltlters thl aaon. astonishingly uow. uou'i tnrow you can Vin- - away your wouey. when Apple Pare get more fer a dollar than yoa can egar for sale at T. T. Swaynr at any other bouse. Come and ee374f oet see and be convinced. The private schools of HickThe obiect of a building and man are winning the jnat prale of patron, mait-fee- d home-mado avapoa on nec'iooi The bunting and sporting to eomtBeeee considering who tbey will Delegate to the Constitutional Convention to be aateiahled neat year. much acre thould the people conelder And what cliiBgn Uey wtnl mad In the Co illation. Th Delegate thould appreciate that good oil Iiplicopalien formula: "To leave undo&t (bote thing which onghl a.t t be dee, and do oalr tko.a tklnga whleh oefW to he done." From too many ehange.'jWLord, deliver utS Thk Grand Rush baa com- Tbe Clinton Democrat thinks It time for Fnlton and illekmaa eouallea 3 H .A. W., I H Q H ii v i .- - z& 1 you call and see ii: I JL JkrK. JcSi 1 1ST S XT tt A. -4k-HHDu- HiXFiES. 3ST O 5TU M I 'P Foaee d THJLXdB Ioa, atSU Angnetiae, Fla. gi WITH THE BIGGEST AND GRANDEST STOCK OF eseeiHloa the eldeet aelll.r In the county, ba beta terlouely ilek fer eoae week, iba) be eaan.t be with aad hie friend. t tie ataek leager. II I a noble old man whllet not attacking the eandldite' weak trait, yet y whatever of good that can be said. their asoulrlng home, and to afford opportunity for the aafe tnveitmtnt of monthly taring. It enable poor men to otlllteihe money they pay monthly for rent logo toward buying the home, and monat tbe end of 8 or 10 year yeur ey baa tecttred you a clear deed to the property. la thl way van eaa build a new heu, er bey property already Improved. If von have already beagbt and have a debt hanging over yonr property, farm or town property, mortgage er par- ba lien, member.htp win enema yea to borrow oa aay ten rear tlaa and to pay the aa by monthly I natal I men ta. Think of thl, and if von want fertkar informs Ilea call at the Coosua See, Ac Loan Awoclallea I lo aoeomadat a fund to be loaned to It intabtrt to facilitate 0 0 A -- sSt JLSfe (Cbti. .IlEPnEWBNTe Wb'jB&'W'M Fh . OV33H a s rn t f--m Li $220,000,000 ASSETS! OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, INSURE HICKMAN, KENTVCKT. MAY rat UTEIr smoke: "OLD THORNT" OICAfl a (MTHIHG, RY G00BS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, srrxm. A M'clUsclcctcd stock of Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, are now ready for the market, at extremely low prices, at J. Auiikho'b 8oN8. The Codkikr has 3 ears of corn, relied by Ales. Drlgganee, la lb "bHon,,'h..w Hlekm.n, lkt weigh i eouodi, and that had ealy oae plowing. VALISES, &c, bkovcxt to hxckscaxti ! affair It, w far at the CoURica can aee. every way aatlifactory at preeenl. We oont mean to y nut mat there are other who could and would do jutt aa wall, but that th prenl officer are doing well, and thould be complimented therefor. Mow talk about your rich eora land and The town will wipe out alt ll railroad thUjear, text reduced neiL, the herd labor required to grow It in thl and a good chawing of work ea the eclioa. tacles just received at Buck Bros. Spectacle cases free. aaglG The condition of municipal A new and large lot of Spec- Wo have ncarclietl the markets over for Bargains, aud katt found than, and wo offer you V"! a Bargains in Every Department That our prices are always the lowest; that wo let no house prices he the DRKSS GOODS, beautiful has placed on bis stock of new octet aud stylish enough for tho most goods. OCR New Fall and Winter Stock raatlufous are to ue lounu on Tho Mile Orton Wild West of Dry Goods, Clothing. Boots and Baltzkr & SuAWra counters. bow, Turly, bad oa three card monte Shoes is now complete, and will be Iblinble-rlrobber along The Young Men's Christian robbed a few "greenlci."withThthem, nnd sold as low as any bouse m this officer Aeoelalloa will hold Ita aext regular mad a raid on them, but filled to identisection of the country. Meeting in the Cbrletlaa Church nest fy th gnlliy one. Among other they sc27-2J. Am hero's Sonb. Hunday t.rnlag at 3 o'clock, upoa which ocaelon prayer for atpeclal bleating p robbed two d'af aad dumb man, and later, County Attorney Mttrr.ll aeeompanled The Couhihr baa had a numon the coming State Contention will be thee men on Isard tba but and dssasd ber of appllcantt this week. In answer ta offered. Krerybody Invited. ed reetllutlon of tbe money won from tbe auggettlon In last week't paper, in The Russcllvlllo Ledger says them. The proprietor gave them their regard to 8wn household help. Tbe m th special Bargains in all lines of fer the pMt two wks, a&4 m c ncramualir I hotl eteeral thonuad do- ?;oods, and we would advise our llar., aad ft 1 qaoitlonable If a ilngle la to glvo him a call before dividual ha bean beaetttled thereby. But, buying, as ho will surprise you the people will go. remarkably low with rs-s- sll wltbehewiof diflereat grade Hickman has been atrtt, fee., beelde. overrun 3. BUCHANAN aad kind has got some with full force under the charge of Capt. Stewart, a moot affable gentleaaa aad competent engineer. The grading here I about completed, and the graders will be transferred Immediately lo Columbus, ami the Improvement commenced at that place A large part f the (bore mattreet work here I .onplrled, aad Ih rlvir utallreei weavunder headway, the hand ing on barge w.avlag from SO to 75 feel a day. Thl mattret weaving la aa lalervallag work, and the Cecatxa would be glad to present th work Intelligently In type to Its read-o- r, but It most he aeea to be understood. Tk barge extend over 900 feet into the water, and will be about 1200 feet long when completed. It will be parhapa 2 week yet beiore it la notified, aad raady for (Inking. Contdtnee In th work It certainly trowing amoas all the people ho at It aa It progrec, aad aa a rl.tr property, Is InereMlat in value and demand. at Hickman The Government harbor work I progrlng T WHJVfk. Dfjw Oht . rfAWMWf i!T--- w 7iUB avf - HASHVIjULE, SaaamBltSBaammmmmmmmmmv TE9TN. V 3POII T. T. SWAYNE & CO., DOUGLASS BROS., D. B. BEYANT, 8ALE H. 0. JUDGE, WM. WILBURN, MBS. FETHE, J. W.COLE, , JOHN WITTING1; C. ELLISON,-JNO- . HICKMASr. The alleged discovery of natural gae at Jaaiea Byu, Ua lull. bl.w Hlckmaa, and dlreeiiy on the line of the proponed Cotton Halt railroad extension lo lllokman, part of whloh la aow under eonitruetion, (upptrll the theory advanced by Oor. Anderaon, of Lyon county, ibis Slate, that beneath Heel foot Lake I a gnat rettrrolr of natural gen, and that the fissure in the kill aad earth leadlog out from the Lake are but evidences cl gaa malaea leading ont In different direction, th escaping ga canting thte The Governor claims that they can be traced a leading directly from th Lak lo in grat natural gaa region abont Flndley, Ohio. Th generally ac cepted idea that Reelfool Lake in Ken- lucky and Tennessee, and numerous small- er lake on the west aide of lb Mi!ss!p-p- i. In Mlsaouri, ware caused by tbe great earthquake of 11)11, will probably have Is be corrected, and attributed to a great explosion of natural gaa eteaping or emanating from the great unfathomable natural gaa well or reservoir underneath Keel, fool Lake. Gov. Anderson, onee tbe Oor. ernor of Ihe treat State of Ohio, and a dentist of acknowledged reputation, supports hi theory with earnctn and mucb evidence ol learning and research. I gaa can Ha ol the opinion that natural tie reached anywhere In the vlelaily ef Reelfool Lake, not only in abundance, but easily and cheaply. The Couaiaa la anything else but a aeitntlst, and in ita ignorance hardly knows, at acitiien living over thlt wonderful tubterranean reservoir, whether to rejoice at I lie manifold advanlagea to be derived from proximity lo thl great natural gaa well, or to grow alarmed at Ihe danger of aome fin morn ing waking up lo the rauelo of a great explosion that will land all our section and the Inhabitants thereof Into kingdom com, or aink a down to become a men appendage er provlnoe ef the Chinese However, taking all tho chenee. we ehall continue to furnlih tbe Cooairn to all eash sabssrlbers st ess dollar a year, cash in advance, aad one dollar and fifty eenlt, invariably, to thot who ar so frightened es to dttay par mint. em-pi- n. HEXTIICKT; eoette-nnen- ce Hew' JCST Uraj Stalli r new STOCK, ar (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) r HICKMAN, OPENED, with reasonable. KENTVbklti Fine, stylish RIGS for out and out. Tatronage solicited. nfrf KINGMAN & BOMAR that Judf e llcnn.lt h.e not ouffieieallr IX.-i- -t. re- - undersell us; that we ell the very best goods for the money; that you can always get what you want front us, as we keep our stock full at alt times. covered from hie late paralytic stroke to regularly reeuae work oa tbe Appellate .! IL.I I. I. VM.MMKAJ It- - k. will never be able to return to work, aad that bl resignation will eoon be banded In. Our reputation is made on theso points, and we shall keep it up. COME AND SEE 1 US! " Wb carry the best line of Shoes in town Mens, Iioya,Ijadlos,Miss es and Children's. When you need Shoes go to Smith, Ellison & Co's. Bishop McClosky will offlciate Wo guarantee Mlisfsctlon, wl Inspect our Stock! know we can please you. Don't fail to examine I our Stock before buying A of eoutimetlon admlnlaiered. it baa b some year since tba Blihep Tliltsd L'atbo-Ile- a Hlccman It la espected ihatmaay from all lb adjacent country will be her (hat day. at 8t. Oridget' church, Hickman, next sunuay ana Sunday ntglit, ana I lie rite m&M, i w (Q,th&n tad. (P Q. S. X. DAVIDMON, Mr. P. D. Beadlea, of Moscow, hdiU tb Cbuaisa ton Mcoad crop Jna appl. Sotottblag vr rare la thli latl WTWr no jk 2r or (0 r Cowglll' Drag kWi Wort,) T- - Mlckmaa, MHU- Y - LSCAjl, Tk. solar The '. ,"' news. lemly (tow. Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ellison, Mr. Kama F reach, aad d.oiht.r, Thntadajr, for a two wmka tIiIi to Loal. Till. Who Is "Old TUorntf Xf you wshe, 4 will errw taoke "Old Thrt" Igar, jrou will aTr aiL that qutillon agala. work for a UulMIng and Loan aatoelatlon at Hickman, aad thl ll'ne it If going to you, and taoceed. If any one fall lo yon deilre to take dock, or to uaderitand li eit at the Couaita offioe. and If too aro a citinu of Hlcksaa, or of Uft rulten County, you are Invited to join. Oob stock of Clothing this season surpasses all former lines. Everything new in stjles and goods. Porfoct flttiug, aud prices can't be equalled. Smith, Ellison & Co. The right men aro now at Buiul, THK EVENT OF THK SEASON I SATURDAY NIGHT THE THE 'ALL. Him ronW winds twgla la blow, Urn itrlr o'r, Th. eolUr wilts no mar. Tb. M rata least" ltat with g Im, No nor. Ilk. MItJ Urd U b. Ash! HopU wko th.tr vllh for wlstw clotklif wM Ibolr wtotik, A4 m wtrcbut who U wIm Del, Ban. kiBMlf t4 4f erlU. bM lrf tat ffr U Gone and see oar large and WILL ULOUK IN THK beautiful stock of Ladles' and Gents solid Gold and Silver OPERA HOUSE. Watches. We will not be under old. BUCK BROS. Admission 10c. Reserved Seats, The Cherokee narrowly cs lOo Extra. eped ilettruelloa bj (re juit before hiring St. Lout (ar Moapbi ea Friday Invitations are out for tbe evtaleg. from Mr. Jao. W. Cowglll, tbli Oraad Dictator o( the Slat of Keataekj, KnlgbU of Honor. Kickapoo Indian Co. rfrj lru. Read the communication, in Iat ion exhibit- billon ai good, honorebljr oonduettd, have bee a attracting Urge crowd, good order and decorum, aad wll worth th admlidoa charged. Igblly. The Kiokapoo Indian Miss Oor Berry, of The Kagone Robinson exhb marriage of Mr. Edwin M. fialrd, until recently a polal clerk en tk Maehvilt and Hickman route, to Ml Allot Kvaoe, dauihter of Mr. Tho. Kvan. of Hender son, Kt. Mr. Balrd is wall known In tbi community a a popular and accommo-datin- g gentleman, aud lb good wlibe of all go to him for long life and happlaee. 8tate army engineer of th government wharf at Hickman gives warning that the plant for the government work at Hickman ha been placed in poeitiou, and from the rock point 300 feet Into th river. Th plant la old and vary weak, aad for that raaioa Meaniore are refuelled lo keep m far away from It aa poitible, and to run alow. ex-leaw Capt. Smith S. Leach, United Tho Fulton County Court of and Mill, li visiting Mrs. John T. Ce. chin meet next Monday. Oet your aeoonnt rady and preeenl tbera, If tb Mtty, tbli wlk. Coanly owe you anything. "Old Thornt." 8eo his pioture Ixok out for pneumonia, oolds, la this Mk't Couaua. Th. b.t olftr Woodlpl to be the place to havo Colorgoods had in the market. your eyes tested aud fitted to the Tho single were bought with an eyo to tbe interest of my best Pebble Glasses. auglO and uch troubles. Ureal crowd of po-oU la UlekmtB, friends aud eastomers, each of standing and iltting on th ground, Mr. F. Wm. Raeder, an expert whom, I hope, will find something Mr. Maok Baahart was thrown prontli a rich harvt for the Ooetor. waterworks engineer of St. Louie, wa In to suit tliolr taste and fancy. Nevtipm hit hor, Tuiid.y, aad Mf.r.lj, KICKAPOO MEDICINES! lllokman Wadncadar, examining the to- er before have such lovely goods Mr. George W. Conner, of tho I tough not nrUuil, hurt. arna pography, grade, eltvallon, Ac, of the 'bottom country," brought to town, Wed. offered nt such Low I'rices, Died, in this city, on Batnrday needay, a pumpkin eonldrably Urgir For salo at OOWGILL'S, who oily; with the view of eonttructjng and beennover could one nlbt Im(, ta iafkntion of Hr. and Mr I. tbau a flour barrel, and weighed 101 pound. is authorized by tho agent to soil operating water work and electric light nnd freely beforo own sweetindulge their so fancy, nt thl place. The company he ropretent A. P. OlU.r, ag.d 17 monlba. tho old prices. Muoh damage was done to them at to buy or with the N. thoro boing no limit. The fincfit display of DRESS regelatlon by the froit of Sunday night. oolll-3. Nelion loo Factory, already her, and You will also find a full and comThe display of expert Sowing lo make tb city a proposition lo furnlth GOODS, and at reasonable pricca, Olepatobe from point In Kentucky state that nearly all the tobaoeo Uft oat we Maohlneworkia Ike Plavibouie ba aU water and olecirlo light under a contraot plete lino of Novoltios; also maat J. Aiibsro's Bros. killed. sclid the universal attention of tba for a term of year, lb ceding to terial for all kinds of Fanoy Work Buok Bros is w lb suggestion to touch a well known want of the community, and beean that elau of household help ean Flannels, Linseys, Yarns, Blankets be had by the proper effort nnd concert of Comfort, Domestics, Prints, &c. action or organisation. Therefore, we Inforbenefit of Call and examine these goods be-fo-re give our reader thbeen enabled auehobtain: lo mation as wa have buying elsewhere. people mutt be brought in 1st. The group or colonlet men, women and chilJ. AMnKito's Sons. dren altogether. The mm want employHad just returned from the markets, and is now OPENING UP St Mrs. Elba McDanlel, of Obion ment ea farms, ae gardentrt, or factory Il-IINTE county, Tern, died at ih hem of ber ton, operative. 2nd. The women, acting a houte-belp- t, Walter MeDanlel, near Nu Olive, en the I re to be eoneldered "one of the 4th Inet, in tie 78th year of her age. do not dee Her remain ware Interred at the Aatloeb family,'' aad the only one abown tbe great cemetery. The d.c.i.d wa a tiller ot lovo aad aflcctton of doing all the hard expect to work for tb Mr. 8tuau Douglaa and Meter. J. W. work, hut theyupon, ta work ten hour a ssd K. 0. Peusll, of thl city, and Sab:. wajaa agrcd K. i'owell, of tbl county, tth bad many day, e&d, when not CuavenUal to tbalr And, in fact, a full line of NEW GOODS in every departm6n, afirf relative and friend. In Fulton county, to own horn, lo b furnished a comfortable whom tb inlelllgeno ef her death will room, beddinc. Ac. Ther expect aome- at Prices that Defy Competition. Ho invites an inspection" regular employment during oome with torrow. Sympathy leexteaded thing Ilk of his Stock beforo purchasing elsewhere. Ho ghar- gom service and good beaavior. ike to all. aad $3 per week. wage paid are $1, antcca satisfaction in Quality and Price. Harrison Taylor, an old man according to capacity, experience and or work. 08 year of age, who, tay he wa a eol elau 3rd. We find that yet another obstacle dler la the Mexican war and in the Civil War, plead guilty to the charge or petit to Mooring ibis kind of whit help In thl lartny before Judge Naylor, Monday, and ecsusanlty, 1 la tho fact that they hold wax given 30 day a In tb county jail. On. a treat oreludiee to tb colored people, aad u Dsltlve aa lo any real er der tb law he I perm ltd lo do work for ar morbldlv the county, and hu been atilgned to duty Imaclnarr ateoclatlon with them. whit wathlng the eourl-- l ouee fence. He 4th. A largo majority of our home peoaay that whlaky brought him Into hi ple, frosa, tbe force of long eelabllthed 33 I not a ptntloner, but ha cuttom aad atiKialloa, really prefer th WHAT ABB THH KNIGHTS OF troubel. II hi penaloa applUatlvn oa SI la WashSome families, at timet, colored labor. joaaH HONOR DOINO? veaed, worried, dUsnpointed, aad badly ington. treated by tbe colored kelp, real aggriev It ha becom a very popular way ol NEW FALL MILLINERY 1 ed aad oalraaed, and frantically cry out old tin that they wished "there wasn't on of drumming for buala by"Monthly InsurStateMks. Jknnik Jubok has receiv- them In the country, ' but for the reasons ance Companies lo inn given they have a real partiality for th ments," la which are artlolee deriding at- ed hor stock of new Fall Millinory ir..IL Mft whit direet from New York and Cin- colored overoflb vexationservant, and when of Honor being the leading association of Is over will net the opeita cinnati, consisting of Hats and only give the colored applicant preference, Ihe kind theabot la often fired directly at )autemeat made that wears Bonnets for Ladies aucf Uhildreu. but Increase-lte- r was, lemon hoar. pi, and the in RumcertIs ana our early deeilk dr..., t aeerta'ine Turbans in Feit and Straw. Laces, aad throw li.e In aavovnu-haa- d mit is inevitable. In anawtr to Ibet last aeeton a oonnei, to boot. Plushes, Velvets, Feathers, &o, or The CoU&tsaScda that uhtu later can atetemente, and for tbe benefit of all par in fact, everything to be found in be obtained la this community by aa or- tita inieroBKa in to uraer, i wttn to y a flret class Millinery Store. Give ganised effort, bat ll alao find, that tbe that tba official report of tbe Ordtr ihow me a call. My stock is entirely prejudice of thai labor against the color- that from Jan ltt, 1889, to July lit, 1889, ed people, aad tbe real partiality of the tb membership of tbe Knight o( llonor ootll-3new. white employing families for th colored iocrtated from 120,788 to 181,085 a net Dr. Alex. Faris, R. B. Brevard, help, present auch obstacles as to render gala of 4,348. Add lo that the death Thot. Dillon, Br., Paler George, and per any organised effort Impracticable at thlt that occurred during that period, which I e3Tob Ii,nlln .... U. mum-I ..K hape other Kentucky veteran, time, and perhaps for maay year to com. ..Mh.I. at mllk.il., .(..H..MK totalll.number I, 780. makea the iiru attended th Obion Confederate reunion of IInltiationa into the Order, over and at Idlewild, on Beelfoel Lake,'oa Tuesday above the lote by lutpentlon and with8lh. The CotiaiKtt baa no report aa lo drawal. 6.128. We pay lo Ihe widow petche from either of theae Kentuekiana, of our deated brothers and orphan but will guarantee that the preallge of i $10 000.00 vrryd.iy, and, altogether, hart tb old 1'rovltional Commonwealth dtd Yonr attention is now called to my paid out to tbom tb large aura of $28.- not tuffer, and when it came to tbe true largo aad alegant Hue of 087,462.65. at a cost of 25 per cent, of Intonat loo of the old rebel yell they were what Ih aame amount would have cott in at home to all the barmonie end eympbo-nle- a aa old line company. of that ever memorable and now Rtapectfully, consisting ef every Shape and shout. money, $20, baek. Couaiaa made We arc headquarters tor Jeans, F. P. KENTUCKY,"Wall, CAYCE, BIG Hats, Sloes, Dry Goods. Notions $, CALL AND SEE HIM f 1 T II iu hr CourtfgrToD l execute - A' ' n!'11 Is thoroughly equipped, and pr6pared Work with iiefttflefi and despatch W el .... hi New tt Rhh thl Lain! al Fall Millinery, Bill Heads, Letter HchdS, Hickman, Kt., Oot. 7, 1889. l'sit j. w. Grand Dictator. cowairx, NotefHeads' MARIIIED. K. Cowglll, of llleknto, (on of Mayor John W, Cowglll, was married at Dickson, Tenn., on Wednesday, Oct. 8tb, to Ml CUra Truby, daughter of Mr. Charles Trnby, The bridegroom It on of th moat worthy and popular young builnee men of Hickman, and Hie bride a tweet, pretty and accomplished young lady of Dickson, Tenni They commence life with etery reasonable promise of prosperity and anil Ihe many friend of both heartily Join lb Cot' UK in congralu. Irllons and good wltnts. May all tb bright hopes that mutual Iotc prompt ter ber reallirJ, end a goottold eg bNrt tbe union. Mr. ITenry tatertients Ilrivelopes,- Bali TicketsV Business Cattish A. bul!J raoTetnsnt Is on foot to ehuroh at ing from tho very lowest price to oberlptln paptn promli. tuoctsi. tho very finest Suits, and wo guarKontuoky Lodge, Knights of Honor, metli at 7t0 e'olook. A antee perfect fit and satisfaction J. AxBEAO'a Soxa. lull atitadaaea l th attmhn Is ds(rl M.thodWt Cyo. Th We have Mens and Boys Cloth- city week, Tho work them all th francblte and privilege, and A handsome Stamping outfit with Home Machine, tba town becoming a patron to a certain which stamping ean bo dono on Trier, are theaieat. amount for io many for whleb Btephen The company short notioe. th award ot th $50 raaobin will furnlih CTery dollar of th money for An invitation is hereby ostond luoky bolder of tb tloket drawn. eonitruetion and operation. Tbe propo-eltlotnthe thl wonderful and in detail will be lubmilted to tb ed to oaoh and all to give me n call. If you bat not MBUlllutaiepiay can iouay ot toiaorrow. Council In due tlroot JOXKNe tr Ueieeutedon the ladle nd other thl hap-pine- s, New yar. an n ADOIK I xoir Sutosonoe E5 3Ft xn X . .. -- W k GOtJ H.," J ,silZLjuI J " - aa? w x uA. Si. Vm' trJ ' J&MRL A Ik t . it JlU "(UUHJuaBHkttg JfSlmmmmiimmmmmlmmMmlCl, liVf u - 'Ummffl.rj I V& il' VSf Itf 'i. Ajt' il mlVS. C X ., , . . iK&. . " V.. J v TffilaiBvsaBvBrBrBrBrHsHcHHffiKWIi'r'M '''te'' i J 1" ' - -- - Jst fJ'Xj-Ll'('h,:UT-t- ' atji1! sal jjKmtuAmammmmmmmmmm ,- VUauh. '- "T sImtiHumNMfaiiuiuuiit nurt Mi-- m' IMfffl rJb4gie . US'--' iV..1, a. ,, "SsVJl - rfl.iii: ItU THE WORLD'S FAIR. Btanll It bo ,Mndo n Blosslnir or a I'Oarao to this Country? An U. American reopls Orpnrtnnllr I nnllililrn the Worll-l- r. tt Talmage'a Henuon. -- i ,i .nfP Another suggestion .concerning tho not blnk'that womeji-lgh- t bfAiiK)liit-c- d coming exposition; lot nai tho materialtoan. easier placo thaiv.tho edge of a istic and monetary idea overpower the grave trench to wring their jiands moral and religious. During that Ex- and weep out their; oycjrffthtpajqwidowIn position, tho first tlmo in alHheir lives. hood and childlessness? Why.jthe mst thero, will bo thousands. oL peoplarirora. I lorrhafronolltofwlri,r other lands nliowljl sep a.country with- ,1 Thero was a tlmo when it demanded out a Stnto religIpn.rvLet u by in ia- - mat qunniy wnicn wo ail creased, narmonyamong, aUOunomlna- hndtw Stand tlons oi reiigionjlmprcas .other na-- . hilt vf his sword tlonalltles, as thoy como hero that year. pierced tho foe, and while ho was slay with tho superior advantage ot having ing another tho other might slay him; all denomination, equal In tho slirht of or It w bayonnt nhatge. Hut now It Is Government AlHthfe rulers and oblef cool anddellbcrate' murder, and clear men of Europe belong to tho Stato out at seal lK)nib9hcHWcan5l.e h'j'led whatevS?,nJ maye. vVjth5jiffit miles iwaV Into a eltri or Wliilo thou- our last two .rroaiaentafeatebeearros-byterlan- s, snndofprivato soldlersrjyihave no tho previous one was an interest in the contest, tor they were Episcopalian; andthc,wo .previous consot ipted, are losing thcirlli es, their Methodist; and --going further back in uencrat maj sit smoKingone-p- l tno tcs that lino of Presidents, wo find Martin Havana cigars after a dluneVbf (jualUu Van Baron a Dutch Koformed; and John toast. It may bo well enough for gradQuiney Adams a Unitarian: and a man's uating students of collegoonC'ommonco-men- t religion in this country is neither hlder-anc- o Day to orato. about tbo poetry of nor advantago in the matter of war, but do not talk about' Ufo poetry ol political elevation. All Europe needs war Jo tHe menr.of tho Federal or Con that All the world, needs that. A federate armies who Ivcro at' tho' frout man's religion ii, something botweqn or: to somo of us wlio, as mem toadies of Ivory. Wbero wo have for himself and bis God, and it must not, hers ot the Christian' Commission bur masts of ships sails of coane canvas directly or indirectly; be Interfered with, jaw .tho ghastly hospitals of An rurthormoro, during that exposition, tletam and Hagcrstown. Ah! you she had sails of richest embroidery. The chapter from .which my text Js Chrlattfn :clllixatl3n2iwill confront worship tho Lord of hosts, I worship maj tb Ww taken, aftor enumerating the richest barbarism. ,natjgnj "God of Pence? lill from a greater countries in all tho world, says of Tyre: nave to the dead our Lord Jesus Christ, tlml opportunity "They traded in thy fairs." Look in up- mako ancvangcllzlng lmprcsslowjiippu great Shepherd of tho sheep? War Is on a world's fair at Tyro. Kzcklel leads foreign nationalities. tban wouldjothor-wls- e on accursed monster, and it was bom In us through one department, and It is a be afforded us iii Vquarter of a" cen- Iho lowest cavern of perdition, I herse fair. Underfetl and ovtArlvn tury. Lot the churches In, tho cty pray that ft may specdlly.dcsrend and to tho y give you whero the exposition Is hold be open place from , for ages, the horses of which it arose', Its labt sword no Idea of tho splendid animals which, every day, and prayers be offered and and shield am musket xnttlbig on tho rearing and plunging and snorting and sormons preached and doxologies sung. bottom of tha red-ho- t marl of hell. Lot uolglilny, were brought down over tho In the less than "thrco years between thero bo callnd a pcaco convention for plank of the ships nnd led into the this and that world's convocation, lot us 1697, with delegates sent from all the jvorlTs fair at Tyre, until Eicklel, who get a baptism of the Holy Ubost,Votbat decent governments of OftistUndom, , uas a minister of roltglon, and not 'sup- tho six months of the World's fair shall and whllo they aro in session, If you posed to know much about horses, cried bo fifty Pentecosts In one, and iustead should somo night go out and look Into out in admiration: "Thoy of tho house of 3,000 convorted, as in the former Pen- tho sky above tho exposition buildings, of Togarmah traded In thy fairs with tecost, hundreds of thousands wllf bo you may find that tho old gallery ot horses." Here In another department converted. Yjnu.nwjt remember that thQ crystal, that was taken down after the of thattobrld's 'fair at Tyre, led on by ceniecpsw rocniiooco. iniiio Jiimo Bethlehem nnthcmof cighto.encenturics Ezeklel the l'rophet, wo find every thing occurred when there was no printing- - ago was sung out, is rebuilt again (p thc all ablato tilth precious stones. Like press.'no books, no Christian pairfphleU, clpuds, and tho samu angelio finger petrified snow are tho corals; like frag- no rol!glou9.jicwspapers, and yctho are, returned with tho same Hbcrtfet ments of fallen sky aroltlio fcapplilrcaj' waa'tremenious. HowrnarijTHa- - of light to chant: "Glory to God in th Is agato ablush with all colors. tionauticstwQro touchea? Tho account highest, and on earth peaco, good will U andhero What Is Jliat aroma we Inhale? It is says: "(Pnrthians and Mcdos, and,Ulam-Host- " men." at is, tr-- peoplflf fromtho Again I suggest In regard to the , Jroni chests .of cednr,.whlch we, open and Yllnd them filled with all styles of fabric Eastorn countries; "Phrygla and World's fair, that, while appropriate Hut tho aromatlcs increase as wo pass that 4s, tho Western countries; places aro prepared, for all foreign exdown this lano ofaunchantmcnt, and fCyrdn inj otrauyvrs of Borne, Creics hibits, wo mako no room for the imporhere aro cassia and franktnccnso and arid Arabians," that Is, tho Southern tation of foreign vices, America has balm. Led on by l'zeklcl the l'rophet countries; out- Ihey were all moved oy j enough of its own, and we net! no new e come lo an agricultural fair with a tno mignty spectacle. Instead of tho installments ot that kind, A World's display of wheat from Minnlth and Pan-na- sixteen or eighteen tribes of people re- fair will bring, all kinds ot people-go- od rich as that of our modern Dakota ported at' Uat Pentecost all tho chief and bad. Tiro good wo must preor Michigan. And hero Is a mineral-oglc- jiatlctiKof Eureka acd Asia, North asd pare to wulcomot and tint bad nulmht fair, with specimens of iron and South America, will bn rcprcentcd at prepare to shun. Tho attempt will again silver, and tin, and lead, and gold. Hut our World's fair In 1893, and a.' Pento-co- bo mado In lbPJ, as in 187. to break up halt, for here Is purple, Tyrlan purple, ncre and.then would mean tbo our American Sabbaths. That attm"pt of tha" round world. all tints and shades, deep almost unto was made ut tho Philadelphia Cenyou aay, we may havo at that tennial, black and bright almost unto blue: Hut, was ' n&liir.g for IHr.ys and Qv.ccns to order: fair tb jAope ol all lands and alt tho American but Sabbath defeated. Tho Is tlio It made Into robes for coronation day; machinery for geipcllzatlon, the relig- best-keSabbath on earth. Wo Jlo not printimg-prtsse- s and tho churches, want it broken down and substituted in purple not Ilka that which is now made ious from tlje Orchllla weod, but tho extlnot but all that Wuuld not make a Pentecost the placo thereof thq Brussels Sabbath, wo must have Ocd. Well, you ran tho Vienna Sabbath, the purple, tlie lost purple, tthloh the St Petersburg anuients know how to mako out of the have Him,; Has He not been graciously Sabbath, or any ot .Sabbaths, gasteropod tnollusks of the Mediter- waiting? and nothlng.stands la tho way which are no Sabbaths at all. I think ranean. Oh, look at those casks of wine but our own unbellot and Indolence and the Lord is morw than generous in asking from ITelbonl Soe thoso snowbanks of sin. May God broak down the barrlera! only fifty-twflays out of tho?.Uifor wool from tho back of sheep that onco Tha grandost opportunity for tho evan- 111b service. You let tho Sabbath go pastured in Gilead. Oh, tbo bowlldcr-in- g gelization ot all nations alnco Jesus and with It will go your Bible, and after riches and variety of that world's Christ died on the cross will 1m? the, that your llbcrtW("and youf children or fair at Tyre! World's exposition of 1S93. God may your grandchildren-wi- ll bo heic In But the uorld has copied these take us out ot the harvest field be- Atncilca under a despotism as bad us In succeeding ago, fore that, but let It bo known thoso lands wliero thoy turn thn Lord'H fairs In all and it has had Its Louis VI. fair at throughout" Chrlstondom, that that Day into wassail and lrollc, and Henry I fair on St, Bartholo- year, between May and Novcni mew'!! day.and Hungarian fairs at Pesth, ber, Bhall "bo tho mountain ot iNjtlST.ICi i& CHl'LCiaEf'.. and Raster fairs atLelpsle, Scotch fairs at Christian advanlago tho Alpine and Perth (bright was tho day uhen I was at Himalayan height of oppoilunlty, over- Aernuntiilillltx nf r.,renti for tl Trfn'.-- v ono of tbem),'and aiterward camo the topping all others for salvation. Intend mriit if Tlmlr O.Tiprln;. London World's fair, and the New York of tho" jlor'Vprocess ot havl'na to send li is extremely dlflicult i ay jiow My tfnr iiorw s lair,, ana tlio .Vienna .World's tho Gospollfo' other i lands. alug an eUciit on.thc(haraeicr, of the iO&.WlUkUU.VU.' fnlT,anaH ;Amcricr"iilfilolatvV,'sYlio liavoydlm indlkldUAl ,iitay- ImexortM bynar-uo,has been decided that, in commemora- cult toll in acquiring vuc lorctgn injiistlcolu chl'.dhood. A good mother und liieii inual .ojiU.i.d v.i,.j ,'.- - loMfllf, U iUtiaitUlt.- tltt CAtu& Oi ( tion oi tne of America' in M!M, thero shall bo held in this country In elgn prejudices, what a grand thing to child' fault, not by Its disastrous ISM a World' fair that shall eclipse all have isol and Influential foreigners con' but by thu extent of the chlhl'n preceding National Expositions. I say, vorled during their visit In America, uiid cujiiprtdifiisiim of ll fufiHs. Itaiikcil Hod speed the movomfnlt Surely tho then have tbem return to tltolr native In this way, an act of direct disobedience, event commemorated Is worthy 'of all lands with the glorious tidings! Oh, for though no harm may come, must be a the aichitccture and music and an overwhelming work of graco for thn greater cause for reprimand than any pyrotechnics and eloquent and year 1692, that 'work beginning in tho Tlie mother rdiquld lie ' nilstreiv stupendous planning and ' monetary autumn of lbSO. of herself though Clijna (all, is if ' expenditure nnd Congressional ap Another ODPor'tunlty, if our publlo sometimes quite dilllvuH to estimate the propriations wnicn tuo most sangnlno men soe It, and'lt is tho duty of pulpit moral culpability ot a child. Vet thin Christian patriot has over dreamod of. nnd printing-pres- s to help them to seo Is the duty of a mother, out Wasanyvoyago that thu v,orld over it, will be the calling at that tlmo and as honestly as she van the degreeof n heard of crowned with such an arrival placo of a great Peaco Congress, ol all fault, lotting tho child know that hIiu as that of Columbus and his men? Aftor nations. The convention of representa- Is not blind to Its while they had been oncournged for tho last tives from tho Governments of North she Is wllllng'to forgive Its misforfew days by flight of land birds and and South America, now t Washing- - tunes. Tho unfortunate childhood ol floating branches of red berries, and Jon, is bMfn brought bt "hot woniay Byron 'has oftetl whllii Columbus was down In tho cabin 'havo on a vast and a world wido scalo at forward In exculpation of Ills morbid, studying tho bea chart, Martin Piuzon, the International Exposition of IS'.'. By unlicensed life. "Byron to b'N last day standing on deck and looking to tho ono stroke theffrcgon ot war might beeined Htnjltlvo to tho cruelly he exsouthwest, cried: "Land! Land! Land!" tin Slain ana uuricu no ueep inav neiincr perienced In childhood, iimjI tpo continAnd "Gloria In Excclsla" was sung in trumpet of human dlsputo or of ued dwelling en this may havo gone far raining tears on all tho thrco bhips of archangel's blowing could resurrect to create those "moods iil.lu to iiiadneo' tho expedition. Most appropriate It Whon tho'Jast Napoleon called In the blqod." T'le'tiCvo'lintahllily il and patriotlo and Christian will sucli a Congress of' nations many did parents for the treatment of tboM1 glvei bo a commemorative World's fair not respond, and thoso that did respond to their euro by a kind latlni nbuve U in America in 161)3. Leaving to gathered wondering what trap that wily far greater than any duo of tho child lo others tho discussion as to tho slto of dostroyerof the French llepubllcandtho the patent Tbo law of llouien Is Wn lovo our children gieatei such exposition and I wonder not that builder ot the French Monarchy might some Ave or six of our cities aio strug-glln- g spring nn them. Hut what If tho most than no havo lovrd our parents, und out to havo It, for it will glvo to any popular government on earth I mean parents loved us fur greater than wc city to which It 1h assigned an Impulse the United Stated Government should nero capable of knowing. The term ot prosperity lor a nunurcu years I practically say to all nations: On tho ungrateful children Hhoiild bo replaced say, leaving to others tho selection ot American continent In 163 wo will hold hy unnatural or unfeeling In the particular locality to bo honored, I a World's falrand ull nations will send reality children havo nothing to Ik want to'say some things from thu point toll speolinensjif, their products, their grateful for, If their p.irenU do the bcul of Christian patriotism which ought to iiianufaftcres3nd',tliolr arts, and wo In- they can, because the paruitx Mtiiplr be said, and the enrlter tho better, that vito tliOjgpcrnmeiits of Europe, fulfill the trust giien thein. Natnr.il we get thousand! of people talking in Asia and AfrlMtojscuil "ruprusOntatlveH loc, gieuter tlinn gritltii:lo they. r the right direction, and that will make to a peace convention that shall be held one, unit they ure iinwuitii) ur lils n I hii vim , healtlul nubile oidnlon. and that not given, not as a debt, biit (.if.aino U i. at tho sanioitlmonnH-placeconildsr prayorfuliy what I fel called kImII rstatilllTnn International ntbltra- - i liupos-lbl- u In tlirlr nutiil'l (( II cm '. j tvlu-- u uponefOedas an Amvrlcan otlt:o sad tiuu tvnimlisth.l whom shall b It. N. Vi Tribune. ,tookthatpnrtof thoclty whlohwasontho 'mainland and with It built a causeway 'of timber and brick and stone, on which Ms army marched to tbo eapturo fof that part of tho city which was on tho island,' as. though" n jhostllo army should put Brooklyn into the East river, and over it march to tho capture of Now' York. That Tyrlan tfatlliway of ruins which Alexander's army built is still thero, and by alluvial deposits has permanently united the Island to tho mainland,, so that It is no longer an Island, but a promontory. The and, tBe greatest f all undprtfiVors for burying1 cities, having covered up for most" pari "Baalbeo and 1'almyra and Thebes and Memphis and Carthago and llabvlon an Xtixor and. Jerloho the eand, so 'small and yot so mighty Is now gradually giving rights of sepulture to what was left of Tyro. But, oh.what a magniScentclty It onco wasl Mistress of tho seal Qucon of International com- tneroel All nations casting their crowns nt her foetl Where we have in our sailing vossels benches of wood she had , P. D., ffv. T. IlnWItt Talmag-Ppreached In tho Tnbornaol, Sunday mornlnjf on tbo subject, "The Coming World's Flr, Shall It llo .Made a Mossy lnjr or ii Curso?" Kin text wis Ktoltiol xxvll., 13: "They traded In thy fairs." o After announcing Ills subject Ilr. said: "With tho hearty consont of tho elders and trustees of this church, I leaTe on Vodnesday,mornInr;,Octobor SO, on tbo City of l'arls, foe tho Holy Land, Palestine, to bo irono about two months. I am sura all my conjrrcg; atlon 111 unlto with tho officer in giving their consont when 1 tell you why 1 po. I'lrst.my object Is educational to myself and conrjreira-lioI want to soo tho places associated with our Lord's life and death. I bollovo I can malt o my pulpit work far more when I havo scon with my own oyes Bothlehom and Nararoth andslom-saleand Calrary and all tho other places connected with tho Saviour's ministry. Those places can not bo visited healthfully in the jummor and In tlmo oi usual vacation. What I learu and aoe, you will learn and seo whon Icomu back My second roason for going Is, thatl am writing the life of Christ, and lean be rocro accurate and graphic when 1 havo of tho sacTeA place. ibecn an Fairs may bo for tho salo of goods or ;for tho oxhlbltlon of goods on a small scalo or a largo scalo, forcountry or city, for ono nation or for all nations. "My toxt brings us to tho fairs of ancient Tyro, a city that is now extinct. Fart vl tho city was on an island, and part on the mainland. Alexander tho Conqueror was embarassed when ho found so much of tbo city was on nn Island, for ho had no ships. Hut his military genius was not to b bulked Having marched his army to tho beach, hoordorcd them to tear tip tho city on tho mainland and ithrotr it into the water and build a cause-'wa- y 300 fcot wide to the island. So thoy Tal-raagn. ofll-dem oyo-wltn- as n preaohirof righteousness to utter. My first impression Is that It is not wise, as certainly iFls tot Christian, to continue this wide atd persistent attempt of Amerlean'cltlMto belittle and depro-clat- o other cltlrs. It has been going on for years, but now tho spirit soems to oulii.liit In this discussion as to whero the World's fatr shall bo hold, a stylo of dlscusilon which has a suctho Injure tendency to cess of tho fajr as a""1 m0! n!ul " trlotlo enterprise, alter tho locality has boon decided upon. There Is such a thing at jMsaltklul rl airy between cities, but you will bear mo out In saying that thero can be no good to como from thn uncanny things ald about each other by New York and Chicago, by Chicago and St Louis 1J SU Paul and .Minneapolis by Tacorna and Seattle, nnd all through tho States by almost ovcry UoTiroxImatn cities. All cities, llko Individuals, have their virtues and their vices. All our American cities should bo our oxultatlon. What churches! What public libraries' What asylums of mercy! What academics of niuslol What mighty men In law and medlclno nnd nrt and aohoUrshlp! What schools andollcgesand uniTcrsItle! What w om-eradiant and gracious and an Improvement on Ml tho fenerations of women slnco Ere!' jyhat philanthropists who do not feolVatlsfled wtth thelrown charities until they get Into tho hundreds of What thousands and the millions) 'God's anros"'?or the dead, gardens of beauty and palaces of marblo for those who sleep tho last sleep! Now'stop jour slandor of American cities. 7)o yon Jitney aro tho centers of crlwo nni 'political oomiptlon? Please admit tho (act that thoy aro. con ten of Intollljonca and goneroslty and tho mlglitlest patrons ot architecture and sculpture andj painting and wusio and reservoirs ofrrollgious lnltuonco for all tho contIncnt3t will bo well for tho country districts to censo talking against the cltlesand it will a well for tho city of one locality to stop talking against tbo cities of other localities. New York will not'get the' World's fair bydopreclatlngChlcagbTandChlcagowIll not get tho World' fairbombardingNqv terred all controversies between nation and nation, their decision to be final, and io all nations would be relieved from tho expense of standing armies and naval equipments, war having been mado an everlasting impossibility. All tho nations ot tho earth worth consideration wouldcomotolt, miplityjiir.il of England and Germany nnd Prance and Itussln and nil thn other great nationalities. Bismarck who ursliliAithA God ot Hosts, and Gladstone who worships tho God of Peace, and Boulanger TWO PARTIES COMPARED. Th uico, ootweon ronson-nn- d passion, tho lovo of country and the lovo who worships himself. The tact Is Hint . ..." tho nations aro sick of drjnklng out of of profit Democracy Is Indestructible. It hiu cnaiices waiinouioi iiuman hkuiis ami filled with blood. Tho Inlted St.ites tho living spark, nnd tho Ideas It Government Is the only government In teaches must grow anil strengthen in thowholo world that could succoAfully tho minds.. of tho, people. Its confescall such a congress, Supbso Franco sion of faith mado at tho St Louis conshould cal It, jiennahy .would not jeotc vention nnd Intorprotod by tho Presior Germany should call It Franco would dent has, in the faco ot an doctoral, not come: or Russia slioiild call It, Tur- though not n popular dofoat boen Inkey would not ruiiie; or England should dorsed by every Domocratlo convencall It, nation's long Jealous of her over- tion called togothor slnco "that tlmo. shadowing power In Europe would not JXhoro has boon.no thought ot dlscour- como. Amerfo-- i, Iri "favor with nil na-- " n ncciuuut, bu'jiju ui weaicnoss in tno tlonalltles, hUmllng out Indonend' and alypc, Is the spot nnd 1V,: will bo ranks of tho rnon who arowglng a peaceful battlo for the prinelplos thoy tho time. Jlay it ploaso tha lVciUlonUut. tho consider right nnd to tho best Interests United States, .may It pleaso the Syrc-tar- y of tho country. All aro united, courof State, may It pleaso thf t ablnet, ageous nnd eagor to try tho mettle of may It pleaso tho Sonalo and llouspof the too again. llopresontatlves, may It pltiase the The Democrats havo a war-cr- y and hnd a banner to fight bencuth; the Kepuh-llcnprinting presses arid flio chuK-hetho, people, who Hft up and put downViur aro without cither. A tow ' "American rulers! nonlh? of power linv sufficed to disTo them I mnko this tlmeljf.inll Sol- organize and dlvtdo them, and, as robemn and Citrisllan appeal. Pa. yo'yiot bers invariably qunrpo, over the think-- , pcbplo.dlo s In a confidential lottor'wrlUon to of;hna boetf furnished by the l'rlvato Dalzolt. of 'C'nldwoll, Tnnriortayst,k progrcss-'c- f Ilopiibllcnnlsm nnd I want to say to you tbal the lrldsnt never slnco tho formor trlumpbcd word to mo about atd l.cn notcoine at tho polla last. Novembr., Any ono odt one isy thst bil'btlcty;'Tyou, trust tot qnoto rtt who choosos to soo nnd comprehend It: but It Is God's truth. White Coiumlioner can not cscapo n, full, conviction ol tho I issued two orders mUlch I Ihoojht, and silt m'Khty coed Ihst 'dlfferoneo botwoon prlnclploand preju- - Wilok, wereen the penitda ones nt ltsU tbsn tthe n roll leu rt,0 mn know 0.,ox-Commission- er l'rrcric oforIlemncranv a itatin- KrMdoii lUpubllcunUm. Thomost strlklng'tllustratlon wo TANNER'S TALE OF WOE The CfCommliilomr .Writes ,n "'Pplcy I.etler to Private I)litl.' FARM AND FIRESIDE. ROBBERS OF 3AL0NI0A. Red raspborrlos should not ho al- Th Old Hand Ate llrokan Vp, Hut llrlg' lowed to grow, moro thun throo foot andagaHtlltriourlsliMrf1! tall, back tho ends of tho canes. nctunlly oi ,'lp 4(-Nf- boiling water lu thom for several hours boforo food is nut In flro (horn ii)i llnstshotildbe rot over tho na l one. fast enough. ivlthout this wholcsalo butchery of wnr?lVj you not think that wo can triist pneumonias and consumptions and apoplexies and palsies und yellow firrt and Aslatlo choleras tho work of killing thorn fast,jenpugh? Do you not think that tho" greedy,,. wide open Jawsrof vtho grave ought to bo sattsflcil If filled by natural causes with hundreds of thousands of corpses a year? Do yu,U not think wo can do something bettcrVrith men than to dasliHlujlr llf out against casements or blow, tboiu Into fmgiuolits by torpedoes or send them outinto jho world, w hero they neetl alt thiilr fapl-tles- , footless, armless, eveless? Dd jou ' nt-th- when-thPpoi- nt J. Pam-phylla- ," - -- al st o Bible-mention- ed Dag-obe- rt, on spoils, thoy aro laceratlag,nch other In tho effort to get a shot ot tbo plundor, the prospect of jrhoso attainment nlono hold ,them together. Without n groat prlrciplo to unlto thorn, with no other gilde than personal lntorost, it will to strange if tho factions succcod in omblnlng forpes again. j Othor causes tlan disunion, nro weakening tho jlepubllfan .party. S9mo of tho old njpoals lo prejudice and passion, bfUn so cffoctlvo with peopta who did not tako tha (roublo to learn the falsehood and folly of It alt, can bo mado no more. Tho solid South vvns long tho bogy ot tho Northern voter It was preach?! from ovory platform, anil sometimes from tho pulpit, loo, thnt tho South was making no progress under Domocratlo rulo, nnd thee speakers pointed with pride to the Increase of wealth and pthor material advantages la Statos of tbo North, where Republican Governors nnd Republican Legislatures held tho rolnsol powor. Opposod by recent fuels', suoh statements can haro no weight and return to pl.iguo thoso who utter liom. Tho ndvanco oi ho South, whero Domocratlo principles nro universal, U now moro rapid than that of tho North, and muttlpllod cvl- uenOM on every hand attest her prosperity, tho exact proof of comparative figures being ono ot them. Again does practtco ally Itself with Democratic theory. Tho second appeal was not to proju-dle- o but to profit It was Ball that a Democratic reduction of tho tariff meant a business panic the breaking of banks, tho destruction of manufacturing establishments, tho depression of trado and general ruin,, vthlje Jts perpetuation Republican foretold boundless wealth and prosperity- - Republicanism succcoded, and tho worst period tho manufacturers have had for ten years has been slnco the elec tion of Mr. Harrison. All tho pro tected Industries have bcon . mado by a long lino Of, failures. whllo a powerful nnd increasing fac tion of the Republican party Is calling for a reduction ot tho tariff. Thus tho only article of confederation which it could dignify with the namo of n principlo Is about to be swept away. And again does practice ally itsdlt with Democratic theory. Wo can not restrain a flhndo ot sorrow for our Ropubllcan brethren who havo mado so much capital of tho al leged oppression of tho nigro In tho South, and rolled under their tongues with dolight tiled of discrimination against him at tho hotel, In tho railroad car, nnd wher6vor eho social forms hold place. A colored man and nd.lra-me- d & white sas raight quarrel, lately It was In tho Northern rclr.d a rocs war of threatening proportions, Hnd no one will over know tho frightful oxnggoratlons which havo been' mado concerning such events.' This .fould not occur under Republican rule, thoy said, though thoy nover gave a roason for such n belief Hut the news has just come of u real rneo war in tho good Ropubllcan Stato of Illinois, whore man can do no wr;ong. s'olopgvasho oloqts Republlo-a- n White men have killed bliiuk mou. ljpub!!c".r, patriots, armed with revolvers, nro seeking the lives ot tholr dark sklntiod brethren whooted solidly for Mr. Harrison,' and aro now receiving their roward In Illinois. Tjm'd tolls the truthj.and ono by ono Jho people by tho illusions flung-ovetho Republican ; party disappear, 'for common sonso must provall, and falsehood can not always hold its own against right When nil the arts of deceit are exhausted; wjin mallei nn longer finds a weapon; when prejudice has no soil for Its roots, thoso who have lived by such 'mothods must disappear, nnd tho Klngjibull Rome to his own again. Loulsilllu Cpurlor-Jouii-ua- l. , office-holders. r ' - ! dtsi-ovur- - JHIghTaxefs Dad) Scared." In a recent circular theCAmoncnn Piolccttvo Tariff Loagu snysT Yju nn doubt real ii with i), hoar imall II our majority In Congrrin, ami t)ie small majority liy wti ch many eau are keM. The nuko no rroi oftbelr Intention to maka the fijht more ej tnta ever, and art already at wnrk In thai direction.) To t tJ off-e- , .it their, eOorU tU'e league proposes to re double lti labors, and not only check lbs Influence ot In opponent at etorj band, but to carry tbo war into Africa. ; nbort-eoinlnp- ,Tho p'rQtjictlonlstB aro badly'scarea; ,no diyitt about it. Holding Congress by a narrow margin, andVlth a war ,on hand Iho Now Kngjand manufacturers on,lho ono, BJio, and tho Pennsylvania coal anil fty)n .monopolist and tho Ohio on tho othor, the situation is uor,talnly very sorlous for tho Indtannpolls Sontlnul. , wool-growehlgh-taxers.- -ii bqtwoon only1ttl' m i. The Tariff and Wool. A Republican organ nil C'loveland emits tho plaintive old bloat thnt "without tariff protection ahoop and wool raising would bo nbandonod in Ohio." What u tender and feeble folk. tho Ohio farmers mmt bcl How Is It thnt English farmers mako sheep and wool railing pay under free. trade and upon lands vastly rnoro costly than the grazing farms In this country? Tho numbor of sheop per capita of tho population U grcator in thun In this country, and hor woolen manufacturers are more t)an ours. N. V World. ;l'ho presont administration wll outlive the surplus all rlght-HU- ux City Tribune. Kn-glupros-poro- . ,i Free manuring of tlwnrf pear trees Is nh.solutely essential, nnd with sumu standards II luakua tho dlffdronoe botwceti largo, fine nnd delicious specimonth iboutd att. Union tt.cy had had a wlttilc a year, ordrradfor mens nnd small nnd poor ones". j, eiamtnatloa before their bniLt, biard,wltha Tho point ofjK good cow aro a rovle to putting them up at loatl II per month n "good npnotlto, pemlon or dropping' tnem 6(1 the rolls t tor It bust constitution, was my opinion thai lor a man who is worthy Inrge milking ciipnclty, long milking ol any pension at nit a dollar a week is small tondonoy, rich milk nnd an easy milker enough. My tccon order was tli it thereafter, with a good disposition. In tho settlement ol a pension rla m, the order Otapflrato, If be was a man ol good oharaiuf Tapioca Custard il'iiddliigi 'Jliree standing, should amount lo ns mu,c!Cln the tablespoousxt)f tapioca soaked lti a cup and settlement ot bis claim at the word of" a man f hour, yelks of four who had perhaps worn the shoulder straps of t of milk Second Lieutenant The Artlng Commtts'nncr eggs, ono pint of milk; boll ten minutes rvqke,d both ot these orders, but, at be a Whites of tha cggi.; flavor man who 'dars not tit bis aout Is hisoMn, thou add the Dotrolt he d d it under iho Instruction ot Noble with vnnlltn nnd serve cold. How uqdfr heavens name.,?!". 1'rca Press. or Hutsey, , thlt'y goldx to Malie the boys' beTI Hat lliotai Hens roosting In the trees will bo la to'beaochaegn In tha policy! Bmllh jilto Issued an brdef storptnj all rerntlhgi. ltoflt snbJecVto Tbttp'whencast winds or not object to It until utter I had rcralcd Mm. dampness reaches them, Tho fall is and put h'm up to ITi for the loss ol his arm moro utifavornblo to poultry than the and leg, thereby putting, til OM In tits poukot 1 beldhe was entitled to It; but Is it not con winter. Shottorot somo kind should tompttble that a man who had lhat dose for ultvayabo pitivldod, even In jutntner. him should now bo so pronounced against tho This demon of wnsto is the fiend reratlng ot poor dev Is wbu suffer ttr ee as much as a man does from amputation? I have that is eating out tho profits of our not tha slightest doubt but tbal I would have farmers. Keeping unprvlltablo cows, been removed It 1 bad nolrcsignoji in tact i feeding wonthor-bcalo- n fodder, mid i much nvnd. t!int- would, nmt Indeed know It. If tha boys, and particularly lhavi In tho most expenslvo could, doilttlongntnat nn organized In Oh in, acquiesce, why. It Is safe to. rj, that doing every thing wlilhrwllh tho lolltarv highwayTanner will bo left where he tn tho soup. manner, and then wasting their brenlli, man tho t'liveler hlmsell could nroba-bl- y Among tha promotions announce! In the I'jn calling themselves practical, Hoftrd't copos but Ihey certainly give nn slon OfQca Is that of Harrison U lime. U ot Dairyman. Colorado, lo bo a member op the olllflal nlr to tho party which com-A prxats la the Becretary'a offlce at vary nice breakfast dish Is mado mands respect In, tho vllicges anil Penalen tj,00tf a year. lie had been detailed for duly la by baking rlpo tomatoes. Taking a tnli)il'a.'uVij a w&lc band, ot brigands the Secretary's ofilce for some months, and In any ruso, if was appointed ty the Secretary one of tho shallow earthen dish that can bo sent chary of atutstteff. to thn table and cover the bottom with tlio Consul's ndvjce la not Implicitly fol-- 1 commission which lurcit cteJ t4 Pension Offle. Don' I you think ItwoulJbav looked. A nice tomatoes cut In halves, placing jwed. tllu captive traveler has no cln'lm little better :f they had waled at least uattl en hU Uovcrumout for rnniora. llio after I had passed out of official lin beloro tho cut aides up and sprinkling them Tbih they promoted h int Bom will be cynlesl with ppppor, salt Hnd blt,s of butter; brigand has, in a rule, 'wo other colling) Is not nit Imiiucunlous shepherd who enongb to reflect upon causa nad effect, servlca spread lino bread crumbs over thcni he (o the road, o jften tbo and reward. I have written you with great tiikos freedom, Don t give ma any cause to regret it and bake half on hour. case In Albania, but his villainous tradt by saying any thing about this tetter. It Is to Honodust, says an American Agri- Is almost boreditary. He- play v oa a you solely, culturist writer, should not bo mixed rule, forhls own hatld. killing hts prls-oniIf not rnnsomod, er If ho bo too with tho chicken feed. It is too stimTHE KEYSTONE URACKED. LITEST STYLES ulating mid is liable to causo enlarge- hotly pursued, Mncmlllnn' Mngatlne. Taxes That Ilnrt the Inners nl Handi- ment of tho Rvur in heus Hint m 'IB 1 fl is tiro not L'Art Do Lo Moife. 1 cap thn Manufacturers. IHriK. Ih soaml nf rasnr voices sons, JumuqUn aroLulUjarijtTaA. A lending protection Journal dcclnres laying. Put it whore the liens can get I. Ar,lruUi(MirinrHw , HTM flKM i lit 111! ivaa (llmiUJ.ud saw It, and thoso Athcl,ftrvt SAt, ft, till and that "tho wool duty Is tho koyslouo of and then oatthat wnnt It,they need It. 'llsu thi iirvriterr-jct'rl'';- c DISSU. K ar lor 1IM tr , S"a-- t OA cents ,"faS. just what care for iievine nsppi tho tariff," and says: r tend VondrfIi rundacrlpinn warasil bell b4 re,i irivou. 'i'reo wool roenns froo goods of all aud no nioru. "TJ."loita-- , r.tl.l..f. Raise horses, hut do not fit them Well may It woraan'e best friend, leikau.Sew aorta and no protection for Amorlunti for. Ihu.track. Thu IB,?W J iml Oiifil nCtvr" of a . .mIIiIim far her wfeattio other remedy eMiaiTaiimtar's'jevr''"" labor." has, been ablp. to do. Jt rurca nlllUom.dcli-5itliorio, lllco of a man, will show ELY'O sirs jiiij'fHarnta and tveaknt-aae- s Tills Is a candl'd ndmlsslon that the itself. Kull that tMjhem, undarstaudt Iho prosent tariff Js the result of n log- tho training and colt and let others do Otlier"ri-pirBtfen- ftiitaies. rnajriitliinl umtrspy GREAM tako tho risk. To go relnt. out Ur I"l rco'a 1'nvorito l'rccrip-lion- " rolling combination, tho lending mom- cffinto tho work of a trainer Is folly for ts a;xiviirnt twt It is pixiruti-IfJHftrrdiyrtM bora of which provent relief to thu to do tms, or the money M for II wlB a farmer. It involves too much t!mi pooplo in nny direction by threaten-Ini- r ift pmmpiiy rciunacu. tl la tho oreat rem. I 'artH I? Kdr. 77 nnd troublo nnd always results un- - edy of tlio uko. tho retaliation of a general nban- - profltably to. farming. tcrn!nsiii,iit'' donmohl of high dutloa as a punish0tArfh.-.nmatter of Vuml Tha worst" (nfl. Mtnii:MtiP h iw lJngatandTnij.is pernlanrnUy cdrM by ylolUlng nt.any point ment for BEDDING FOR STOCK. taoit Jjfl. Since Ur Uage'a CaUrrb Hcuiedy. Tills raonoce has a desaonod effect Couiuieula tijr )Un Who lUe Jlade upon tho woolen manufacturers, who I arming ray. A Mrs. Paiit VrntfM claims tbat'tti Crttus ItaJm n irt had soo ruin to tholr industry as the result Whon I ee a neighbor's stock stand hoids tlie till deJ fur tho rntlrr) crouiid ik Ui(nf, $ rtnm isaJcU Uiuno(KdU U.built aud baa bel rnlfiVWV'. ol carrying nlono tho handicap of ing without beddiug, I next tako n look oa aqtsff 1 gan j a. IXitid. irfiA ttutitl raw mntei'lal. In competition nt his barnyard, and I always find " . W atLVa F tu 1ft. 9W ! fttjn, with the milU of mora or.licliLuucl two or ihrce years old. It it l,.lll,b1,.wU In aa k.lll fc.l I. .H..I lYneonalot'l as and tileaser reaort. countrlca. They are moving for frco (invariably truo of thu man who Is too Pliiml Wateringnlien'lh Hotel In tha U'esL Plarn j.r lit iMl'unall.t wool In a manner which' promises to Improvident to furnish Ixxldlng for his TbnwiitcnsviU pjiftlf: mm all KWliiT r AfZ- -j L lJSM'aW'JttsirtpsIa, and Ur UUtK"koystone of tho tariff." I crack tho stock. In this. country, whero straw LftUU IVmalu Ceiaplaliru, Bala arid IHood WPresident Grant stated tha true eo nlontv. that ho nlacos verv llttln rulr. Pto. A(l.rlnlnririiilll.iiftila:-lal- ibowela. ursl, Ulitnvya aud siImUocouamTc view of this quNtlen In hLs I yalus on manure, or, as Is usually tho Pur handsomely lllattraled di'scrlptlve v 4. aa terpii . rmi,et.om'lAl'K.J"iixi'Ut-'t,PTr annual message for 187 1 in saylngt ono, liu lives on a largo farm, nnd .1M' Jill A.,"nalaaUlni introduction freo of duty ol Tho thnt tho manure ho makes W are bow Ui have the Paget tower la such wools ns wo do not produce would cover hut n small portion of hlr Inkstand. tlierai"meter seM, would stimulate tho mttouf&rturo of and, ha neglects to draw and spread c!uraUid,r&rii leiter acaK s'l from jjoois requiring the use of 'those we til. I hvo Mmii a farmer ho is a weruer'r placr do produce nnd therefore would be n grangir, who attends regularly" all ! n anerlflr f fee oil lliraonraTn, At, .that ciAay.A to the, merits of 'aitiiiiilallSf iiimj !, pivlsM s benefit to homo production " And and picnics-- - leave hit .Debuts'. law ttutAlnff-iftBtcuvuivl-dlrllrl1r"r'I Wllliout trsilluK att again In his messii'go for!87o7',Thoio manure- ifiitll It filled his doorways and 11,4 itor tl tnit toil yea ttx!f, et ' rilia, dutlos on raw materials' not only rotted 'out his noors. Just before win- Its own rftH quality, if yoa wUl glvo It ens trial Don't vauo imlutkm. IMPAKTING VIGOR , lt home, but ter Mil In ho would draw out a few come from th consumer ( ft.A VI4u.s-a- , btaditcr and HtetV net an a protfelhn to lorcwn 31ns UtXRVA Kixntu, of West Phila- - Xttay loads, tto that thoy could get out and luolil ia rretviriR too croon oi engin-atlnof tho unino completed lin without too .much trouble. aiua, 1 Koui)j:j;iytvAvin:ui:. Memorial Iay. articles in our own nnd distant havo scon his horvos standing QRATEFUU-COMFORTIf'Pitv fmm IndiffristlAn. rirsnertsla and Inn markets." pitched forward with tholr hindhearty eatlaR is relieved at once by taking c Thero is .not a more absurd, bar- quarters on a foot or two ol ma- ooontCiirtcr'aLimel.lvpr.lflUlmmpdlatebarous and hurtful tax laid In this nure, nnd no straw In' sight. I havo ly after iltunar. Doa't forget this. j ' ( , i country thsa tho tariff on wool. It seen seven. head of cows and young BREAKFAST. It U !d that HcMJl? t, uf are compealagf Sic'iiot, isi - --Uitl nf Iks pralwjtss hurts tha f armors. It hnnilrenpi the cattle dragged out for burial in ono S inlUa urwrsti .lis f diU cf1 tt PW nut nia leriiDcnMi '& manufacturers nnd it rankes clothing spring. I hnvo seen the poor brutes triti 'i aau be p rrc uk arp 9111tr Xpi- a 1 f perl rt , Ja r - as a.t ta OrecAn, tli 1'am.llce V. World. tut, a o dear.v--K. iir 'f tenreh for water In a frozen mud-holequablenlmalei, cvrtaln nnd abundant '" "" '?"?. ' i ; fall Into It. and die. I hnvo shsu Uio ort' n hit I if itoa itn-- raiintrv lU.t fruit, irratn z".:,:??.ml: & !"" TVO SUPREME JUSTICES. hlnsU of w later tearing through his Im it. ' fnT t " lii.iM-i- e Oregon "'"rr"'" e ucei Tlie Difference lltiren Cleveland's and rickety barns, covering his hay and rHlrif in siisrs wtrrtr l Wesrrii"afTfslalhls llarrl'on'e Clinic. grain with snow, nnd his poor, skinny Cnicxao baa now 6,CT0 miles of burir J siikvni. If, as is roportod. Attorney-Genercattle-- humped ap la corners u! the U "Sfrte llaiplr llh kollnjf ater or s k Miller i" packing up and felling out fejico, no doubt 'wishing donth to end Ccas your eK;h with Hale's Honey 6f c mr in half tier, tf iff rts, Isbsllanl Ikas atlndlunnpolia, then Attornoy-Oenertheir sufferings. I havo scon twenty Ilorelimind and Tar Plke'a Toothache JAMES EPPS4 CO., Homaopalhlo Chtmlttt, Milter. U destined for (tho Stiprerrio or twenty-fiv- e bushels of wheat under lJrops Cure In one minute. Leaden, Engiino. bench. his barn, with pigs, chickens and ducks A ("tor machine gives you proper ilied Who is Miller? Last fall ho aohlo'vcd running to It, and huudrods of bushels -- r!iC4eis . pnrtnor was elected of grain piled on bis bnrn floor, with Old amoVers prefer "TanslU'a runclj'' Cigar. famo when ltoforo that ho two feet of mold, rottenness nnd sproutto tho Prosldenoy. was a railroad lawyer llko his law ed grain In tho center, and his tools THE MARKETS! tho ah! I have told enough. Ton years ago partner known . throtigjiout CllHKAII.Oit . length apd breadth of Marlon, County I resolved to make a specialty of ai sa 1 U as a me fill man to Hen Hanison to making manure. 1 hnvo ncvor wwmumwnXMivttH rhous li4'fhr.. .. ,., .sum nt 3 eo koop tho hitter's professional fences regretted It My crops nro growing IIOOS Cdrnmun 4r IVv ft I M ., ftHi In order whllo Ron wns at Washingtand also standing PiiKur4iooii to eaoiee .... i it ft ui hcuvler every year, too aiN j.Ajuii iico.1 lo cuotee on.- Mr.-- Miller will do About ns milch drouth much better. Thero U no betri.OUrt-Kaa- illf BASE l... ndltW S 3 CO credit th tho Supremo bench ns his tor way to make lota of manure than to OltAlS WUeat-- Na red tl it r law partner has (o tho Eroildoncy. put an abundnnco of straw under tho "-- i( r iswi. oci tiamp.uf aouroiins. , Com No. s mlied TIIMIDOIIK IIOI.I.tMi. r O.Res ISO, I'kUa., I'a, Moro or less cjuld not bo snld, s mixed- -. . Ots-- No look. Tho assurauco that horses and Ilyo-S . . . 41 a u viws rats ririk ;Whoa Mr. Clpvoland appointed callll ar Jn ilry, warm quartern, stand- 11AY 5m I'.taiicess- i- ..tia an e !7K In tOKfl siis,imsst!stJ!r. o Fuller ho wns derided ing In str.i;-- r up to thclc Uncos, cauici 1UIMT4-Mti- im i.) u.i IO 10 dOU kt is n ei ' rwia in anil ne calarn.,ba h ro Indcrus lh ' ' by tho hco'.cra. pf hts qirn parity and tho thrifty farmer 'to doubly enjoy tits PTlOlH!0s-'lork-,M- .s hi ci uu It tho alraplelons pf tho opposition bsrd l'rlae steam SOS own warm Qresldo und cony bed. N. nUTTI'll-erni- cs) u u isj somo of thopt in Chicago, whuro Mr. J. Thompson, in Ohio, Fanner. ,1'rlme lorhoteedairj.. at rt creamer. Mi.l attral tn ! " . V. l ljp tmr bll....' l to Ari'I.KR -- I'rlriie, Fuller was best understood. To till rsuutaisririaMraBtr""- l'OTA'TORS l'er bbl I IK) U I Jt was nblo to roply HELPS FOR WHEAT GROWERS. such tho Trosldont . NKW. YUltK. that not to kuow Fuller wns to nrguo f.ujrr;astlons Itasod on the Itesalla of Rt-- . KLOOft-lt- ata a ai a i oi anJ Western 8J 15 .. prliuautJil Testa. I'J'tAWr'iVMatTSO.arta. ''s thcaticlrci unlitio'Ta, "'!( Jmlgosol a rti . . r.,r ttost ma. The following practical sutrgeatlons IVjrn Xo. 9 mil ed, ne r .. tlie Supromo' Court know hi to, and so 3,?5 " Ii.il nrFtVeiirrn nr, r n . n 41't Ducri NimmIhI Si.la .Oats i a t who practiced before are given out by Punluo University POIUC-N- ew Mlxrd hi .M'it-i:itdid tho lawyer; maimtaia rarsa r t . ii LQitiiawa, mo, n based qn results of their exporlonco at LAUD Western strain ........ is ti uu n o wiu that tribunal. SOIDKRS CUCinyC! .wUall.n. CHIOAOa Tlmo has vindicated the wisdom ol tho station, nnd nro .go red In tho conATrtllTIOHri.nsjivniwMi.ioes. Is S3 ft ISO sa tiVVJ-Cleveland's choice will It do as 'much fident hope that their application will I'lXlVnNo Wliednsiii srliiier.... t lipavlallr laiU 0AlN-Wnet-t. rrat Sar aft Hi J re4 t Mt4 ss No.t CbUusesprtbc ...:. ' Il U 8li kMh' USM4M a,. Mhlu. Mseha ra. ft ,4 VILBI.MM for Ilsrrissu? H'hsrs bimiiqhvjps ol result tulviintngoously qnji very l.irgo Ml, ..naiiut UfaKllIK ' tvirn Na s 'wheat farms' tf mi ja iiri'i'riiT-- eia rsirf. a.w,. wiHisi,itii nuiZ HbrMd, itCrilcn'go proportion bf lk 19 Outs Vu. 2 ta,a4 r"Jrl Sala,rl I srsiuiM 1, - ' Sow less wheat; grow more grass P0UK-MI- S.. .i..ilO ?KOt(0 M 4sK I.AKU-tiie- ain O 3 AMONG OUR EXCHANGES. and better live stock. IfALTIMOIirr in IYI m a" I 2. "elect a hardy, prollflo wheat, FbOUR-Pam- lir .1 (M "CT 3 CI --"Tho Republicans" nro .badly I. IITII Na II soli and stick to It. iI OltAIN-Wh- eat nhft. M' t,iami ASf ncr Iffr 'itjlun pwutf! IHII.ll. L'.in4. iiiliipted.to.your , , a.I l -- . ,. ,...u,, scared In thhi nbck'oftlib wdods.- -, (Jlvu It gVod trcutment-nn- d va win i lt will not il liuquiranu.t ' CinCinna,! I OHM a...... run out." Sow not let: thun six If) It It Mess afiFNTA'' STafTuoiTi nMi im MM af g aaa, . frtfj Ot ...No nugro hold's nny ltuporlnilt puck ut sound Bivd Uitbe ML? late J aruw man w .vm.i:-rj- rt n.iVailtjr'', SSI (1111 WAMTEOtr aauala "4 ll.a al aM. Salarr lU ucrct.. vi tow OisiuVstuA oioctivo omco-norli- i xsi sirauia I" atiawa. ralli.i-QO J iJTi tMlnaadHmrlata.alua. W, !..).., il 'Plow wheat, ground early, nnd I J.S'llI,SNAl"0Lf3 The suppression of tho "Afro-Amur- h nsl ani wtatwaaaf. MlfaMilr.l NllsrrwMra after plowing. ailAtrf-Wb- eal TS Nu. t reJ . end'' In Ropubllcan StUloJ Is complete. harrow Oorn Mircil SI tL Yoir ennthttif moro easily and moro "-. d St LouU Riipubliiv! ;.,,.i... lOH'JT thoroughly pulverize Hid soil. Mr.i'Wiinaintikei' wants uuiilqttc t.OUIflVILLK. v I. If ground breaks up eloddy, um Ff.OUIt-Ar- fal , 1(1 QUO design for n new, ,poiUix--stamp- . Waall la airrj msi. SSra4 ia,a 14 aal saSnla,iriKita. heavy rpll, tilierniitiiig with some form UIIA1.N Win it Nil. 3 rod.. ,, ,st la aar Swi.1 arrf X,tt,s,iRM,.rr,aiaS a aiaaji ., wltlw.it cut of the Oorn Mitoit , Whnt's tho .n ittoi' alif GranaanUUctli(DuriauCo.44Ar(adt.Clnclanstl,0, will bring ' wVlrTMl,,',"of harrow or cultivator that ll O -" American, oaglo droined .In u neatly i etil ai clods, to hiirfaco. ARKANSAS. lurnnniTinu I LAIIO-Stoato I. , fitting suit of dloro clothos chclrolod t t; nrunmAi unpiuM., VAar TKIIMS, ... !. If niunuro or fertilizers nro used, with tho mottn "1 bought 'cm nt mix thoroughly tvith noil In ovcry case. miin nimif. arlt.ir tferipa. fsiahilclrviitarafrr. it.sj TitOH. inn. Wnnamnkcr's?- "- Chicago llornld. JrrviHiTiiitrir(tHtMy4tiitk Uso only Totted manure, If any, and '. A few days ngo nnd Corporal f u ssirsaae a ail Tumora rurU no Inlf a. book upply after plowing. Reserve tho fresh 1 i H M j a t Il ,,r Tunnor w.as tho idol of a set of mouth-or- s manure for tho corn crop. ". "rullj. A-- lliiali, t'letnielrst 0e to lu rlw of a flair to lata tool's tlml. Luiciaull. Uull - a 7iti,rar, th irrest relietlt bas alren wniiwwaaaii i,nMiii who aro only happy whon their 0. Iicfoi'o trying a fertilizer, got tho llhuteobosuirarfrarualliasats p.oulUrto ths sex. mouths nro open. Now that ho Telesrsehr. ' svniisirs siesJ St'nnteil to Bf purlfrln the i,loo4, rjulUn liuportunl exporlonco nnd advice of farmers whono orgsiis. lUUnil nlEritijiuailons fiiruUbed, QeularS j) slrtnstlienlns ibe nerri,aa4 toulna the free. AUdrrsa VttirrlKk IIHii.,autat.Uo, shorn 'of his powor thoso sumo harpies soils aro similar to your own. ' whole rstem.lt restores to bealtb. . a f lis ursa .11.1 ua m aro on Ms truck, whistling him down "I bare 7. Test tho untried brands carefully, terrible been far years irrln to set bslp for tSat funeral ilsbilur aui westnessaaoomiaoa ri:TrTf)s. ai.i., tho wind and roudy to howl forhls In a small way, boforo deciding upon to woman. Wi b'u jrr I base ukeu ten of mini rut, . r. riuaw.ts. iiiM. Kiinmis City Journal (K'jp.). botilos tholr uxtonslvo use. This Is tho best Iwelre finlrumnf I fnnl'i Sartspsrllla ami tbe ring lias demonstrated course for tho roason that oven the new feeling Ilka its ui bat been verr ureal 1 am ajrxms ruis rsrta "j a - tl Uw, uSlasM, P.O. Thb sugar iiu a &er creature." Uua.K U.lloss, Its grip upon thoNntlmiul AdministraSir Dr. Booktraplnff.rriiminibtp.ArMb. highest grnclfcs often net very differ UsrUn.Texas. flUinsC inailo.fcbeilhani atn th9reualilv laughs tion by composing Secretary yVlndom ently on different soils. tj man circulars fra. Harm's cuiuti, s.r.u.s.T. to roatoro uion' (HsmUsctl by b'ocrct,iiry 8. Ad t) lit a rotation of crops, .suited "l3CP AN IC -- if ,,"" Bolabralldrufinis. IffsliforlJ. 1'reparwt onlr Fttlrchlld for imrllclpallon In Jugnr to yoilrSolt'niiii needs."' iCw'lll (I) Df a I IIO0UACO., Apotbcrls, Jewell, uiirj trin r I.s u. to AiivKiirmtiis rTr.Aar. Mass ,nd tobacco frnuds. Hill Cluindlcr tins aaa Ik A4ttrlUM,al In UU lata thai " tho ylold nnd Improve 'the 100 Doses Ono Dollar paya-rdoinonslrntod liU grip by obtaining n quality ot your crop; (2) onublo you vessel to bo "repaired" nt Portsmouth. to tnko better euro of youc Iho stock; H.,ii,c,.Ht cor. niuirii&isjAv. DiiicMSJSTcc Albany Argus. (fl) prevent sorlous !ntuatdoprcdntotis wiiiugm'arc.I aJtUOHIieaVsJO Cterktnir sm i r,&r. Itli mill Vine. UUhl.KiQilli.i TWO Imim.li.A nr. aA.. l'rlvato D.ilzoll, Jn ti letter to tho and fungous dUeasos; . if Improve HANf) a cura your sol) njid mnko it moro lusting, iniiwllliaillleliiia tflDADIJV ""' uuuirctrinuiaTimwUrk, iraF'ir liu wi TJ ttfkl SHORT- -iirtivi Now Yurk Herald, has cut-scmoat fur nf tl)f AflI CLtunArllls sbsnlrt. tlhsrsf s reaaunslile. tJeajfurtlrriilwri flHilU) TCI whloli, If It Dtrikos anywhoro nonr lt and (&) put money in your pocket. ii. jiM.t:i,a aim. Is liable to blister tho ptilutof tho 9. Honr In mind thnt soils and Private Duboll new Admlnlstrntlou. I M vorygreatly In different localities ! Is usually n. liBitn Vill iWfi mini nil J mid that tlie.su potent 'factors In crop ,., I .im ... i hot iinno,Aiif!ly profane, but his let- production lll very mntcrhilly affect ,1 f, , Has, fA.w.l. ir..ltAln iiiei uuuKu iiT'vniniciiiixi ny i iiveiciitua, ter showrt that bo Ii vs not forgotten liU tho results jf vour work. Thcrofor,. Cures wJioro nil olo falls. I'Jcnsnnt nnd acmralilv lo tho - W4u - uu uujcciioii old army thilnl.ig, mid that when the ritudy your lpeid coiuIU'qus, und lnWlH-gentl- y 9v ivy uriyrifiaia, r "w occasion itf Is n In ciui mint just us hpply the lessons of tb'li bullet's nbloibod-vonly so far a they may bo suited tj it oj j at anybo your needs and surrounding". Mall. TtSffT a, 1 ono-hnl- muocsims. dlritaess, aro rslleved by sroalldosos D tUo Uver riUs. . of MasssehflsetU.tlTtlie flsn.TOa noia. sSph, k .tabllihod Jn tholplaln Salonlca; nnestllnirulatlnOonKress. afAysMgt1ts,lkittAn ' . . r their haunUWartith districts under Olympus, and tho tfiountalns near Mou-ast- lr Curcs where othor remedies fall, U.kj.'W , and Sorros) but glvo them time to Dicaass nnd the Karl of Hcaconifleld hoar of a prlzo worth takltig In tho lowland, nnd thoy will como far and bravo tec re fopaof the Urat water much to. lake It Colbnol Sytigo's farmJ ' opiy mrco nours irom tna vnmar, nnd wns surroundod by a VinSgo; hilt tho brigands allneked him aud sol his homo on flrtfunmolestod THADC Mr. Soutnr was tnkoit In tho peninsula of Cnssau-drtho westorn prong of Chaloldlco, by tho brigands from Olympus, Man-uo- l, D "paj iJO' HK : ItC "xl M I Isvl Arlstldes and Nicolas, who crossed tho gulf with a band of ruffians ml n nnd off caigtic, carried tholr prlto from the mlddloof nbrlgrulo of soldlors. This will show that no one, and least ot all nn Kngllsbman nftor t'laso! onorDUnia ransoms paid by tho BOLD DY Hrltlsh govornmont, can ovor bo safe for DrcaritiinitJ )oalfira'. long, and ho must elthor mako, as THE CHARLES A. VOCEttB CO.. BsaimcfijM wo did, short expeditions of two or a three days only from town JiifcOFiELD'S; or tako his chance. Tho old bands are now broken up, but somo of tholr mom-boare tlll nt lnrgo, nail tho sttny Mt cases that occur from time to tlmo ho.ir tbo mountains show that'the danger till exists, and would bocotno pressing Italll AIUIT. did a suitable prize oxpoao himself, l'o-- I llco and guards gonerally nro not of - ''''K"?: o' . a tyjW.MAwlt f, frtimbagn V rs at-in- Wf&SM FEMALE teriii ifnbi nr ts-- MENSTRUATION t- J lio - rs Wrs - W i&& "" i txu-ulli- o trl t- a CatawrH - Jil litJovcV lamfc-selo- raa-nu- w J K I Mc-t,t- fc i.-- . Advice to ilxe iur. )'. taper-weiKb- l, grange-meeting- u. " Till is Mils ' , e - rr man-uaetur- a; rdaxd ... , rnnc d nofann Erro uubUA iiit iortereiiieiie ii t'rt a .."' nd ratlla-Oyuens- cill ..i. BlLLSSsS ..r' r-- No. Chlof-Justlc- illl jr am WAMTPniSMEIi r-- t" v ii i nn m 'f. ..- - .' -v nt Pensions; T- llia v & -- 4,J-wPT- ai rSS IriiuiL-dlntrl- 4 .OaU-Mue- Vl DETECTIVES -a I a Weak Women 1 ir, -- ...0, raaK,la-,tlrTIKI4)- at Barsa-Pitlll- 1 - NVIVv-sras- sue-cesB- beuo-Olil- PATENTS i- Hood's Sarsaparilla nnur . ,". nni oil-ma- to WrBmmVKFBfiJBS Mla HmI "" -- L'h,-uugo uu .Lmmmmmmmmmmmm,