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Jack.on Blreet, next door to City Hsll. THE HIOKM ml "- r&- - - t Office "' z-- i A aid Jii'l t 'CfeORCE WAnWEN, Editor. f V Pros. r7, THE OLDEST NBWdP.APSS IK WESTERN KENTUCKY. - t .BLL m .''?arM " !. liB -- FINE JOB PKINTIN- GICXTCCUXIED f . WITH HEATHESS AND DISPATCH SALE BILLS, " BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ! ETC., ETC VJ ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ir , . Vrleool' Subscription, $150 II IIdciianan, Pret, ESTABLISHED i860. It. I., Ai axAxueti, Cashier. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KEI$fUCKY, FRIDAY CUnnENT TOPICS. NOVEMBERTim CK0NIN NUItDlTR TRIAL, l, lUmen, (CV. 2Jgt NO. molh CA1L AND SEE US.' V5K slightly forward, hi pat tho m incnitu. iJv-t'o- n to the w.tnc: "Iwll sk yon If you sen and wa. thatmnn nowr After arnnnlng ilia faces of r. r """SSBBja t the same matter Loadora of tho Howard Factloft a. the wit- - attorneys. Jurors and audience fonxirrni flino, H'M'fsallViaVT: "m. It dereloped nothing hit eyes finally lit upon tho form ot a man, and Who Supplied the Cartoon Cottage Loavlner tho Country. aTasaVi u the witness walked up lo the ilcfenclnnt Marconrericd ten. With Furaituro? w.tt-WB- p X salesman for llerell k Co., tin llurke. shook his bat nt blm and exchlmcd, TwKNrv-.vixr. languages aro spoken Open aSaWwsT ana win or selling to a man "That', the roan." f Knd, Hut tit Dot llnstllltlraat an In Pennsylvania. II. Slmonds the bill of fuml-IskeDespite his utmost effort to aupeir uncon ' lets of tlm lltialinliackrrnnd Ai Ami Who Wa. It That fnreha.cil the Utah now yields 810,000,000 in gold lo the fist atNs. 117 cerned, 11 r evident lhat llurko lolly realized the Web lattlu arn llourljr My.terlun. Tronic?-Weavi- ngas subsequently ronteyed lo the damaging nature of old man Lrrlson t and silver annually. Vrntrtt Aronnil thr 8nnpect., tHrn osMsWtl ilio, tat scene of th murder. Mr. Mlilswas not Slow lo clinch his Tiirslfoyal Jlaklng Powder Is advnr-tile- d hit dettlooed wa the fact that advantage. "Is that the tnsit,' ho asked (Indi PiXTivir.t.E, Ky., Nov. 4. Tho lawumd in over 0,000 papers. he furniture was for temporary CmciAOO. Oct. W At the easier of Suin cating Martin Ilnrke), "at your placo t ou called not finally, morfieWMni. Winifred Xr.w carpets nro being laid In the order party havo at last, If MrXtoaaeU'sCoertthU Frank Williams," and the witness unhesitatBoinrr regularly organized ntul ready for butlncoe.-wrespectfully solicit A had Identified the furniture ingly answered, "Yes, sir." temporarily triumphed, and an uncertho putronnfro of nil. All collections mndo for ilojipsltom froo of charge IlouBo wing of tho Cnpltol. a that Mibsequcnlly seen by . a.wimVvSP to tcoU Ui ClllCAOO. Nor. 2 Charles J. Cnrlion. son of Is at Tin; Florida oranjro crop this soason is tain duration of prospective peaco Ison cottage, the trunk in which tbo1 facts .Approved paper running throe or four month discounted nt tho roto of hn horM IfijKtf A aWftlv-- n the owner of Carlson rettage. was the BrstT wis; hand. Wlls Howard and Wilson Jrin' estimated nt 3,000,000 boxes. north nn the nlgbt of Mar b4 WW return .W.'ilslMMnay wss carried away was brought nes. In the Cmnln rase this morning. He testl- cent, por nunum. A rnr.B wus cut down at Ortlnp;, W. T., nlngs, and a few of tho mosVidcsponile at MJ'oVfocU, .tettBilag wltbpeeaplratee. as, MynHK,fIIMa' anrr examining It, ned as follows i with the ono told to It h fca'l t?n bvl',r,vn". of their followers, havo fled tlio country i..'. I wa .lttlngwlth mvwlfe and my father In that measured 310 feet long. n he said that tha house In tbe rear of 1ST 1 O'Connor, a member ot" the' f.mia.; aiuioslsp.'W Ashland 1'oTATor.s aro selling In somo parts ot and gono to parts unknown, whllo tho B,at It wa. tho Identical avenoe In tho forenoon, some lime about the Camp 30, of tba Clan of which cow-boyresidue of tholr men havo scattered out ! me crm kept inch on hand al SOth of March Inst, when th&ro was a knock Kansas for ten cent a bushel. llarke, Coutbllo and oilier defediU Vera H.BUCHANAN. M, REED. R, M. ALEXANDER. O. BALTZKR. J. ps other dealers did alo. It on the door, and a gcatlrm-itmL M next placed out the member.. ritC3iur.:cT Cabxot and Mlnlstnr ttcld among th" mountains to engage In purcame In and J. W. OOWCILL. VY. C. JOHMSOM. t r. larrest, of coumel for the tald be wanted to rent the J. W. ALEXANPER. O'Connor mt recording seeret.ry of the ftnp suits much safer than attempting to havo becomo warm friends In 1'aris. hue. The stranger Kasgnfju When Itivi. w sach a trunk from the senior rimnltan. After nb- aid thnt bo expected some trothers and a sistho good people of Harlan County Thkiib nro about six hundred women rosJd lot be sworn lo positively ter from tlaltlmoro to come and kecphmiaui merou. detail, a. to their rceetla. nl Bwth-- , and to bushwhack Judgo Lewis' party. 'Are htne Car'on cottage was in Chicago who own and rldo bicycles. od. of trtuixthig bii.lnesa, tbe' irnsfM with him. He sail he would move In a week or Wiro .old to Slmonds, It a te.ttaed that In February Utt, at so, wbon his sister wonld come from tlattlmor. Waswxoto.x Is making an effort to Ltttlo John Howard, Wlls' brother, meeting of lb.rumn. Tturfiau ay however. CTtiaJ He gave hla name a Frank Williams, Subse havo tho great World' Fair held In that passed through hero Friday en routo to r,er aakca Proton,, generally known a "Ms- - quently h brought tht furniture. Williams Arknnaaa. Knvoral of Howards rclai city. MtlriAliia aaasaaiBeiis .MMC aiW,A4tritaJtaw a..MLetUML m JarSjtssjrisi n a 1..,1(1- - i t l cstlmatBdlthat-Agierlon- n f UkHi. m i i.x;-ttTvfeui not O Ccnrtor .aid It vn ttrafljta (ht-on- r rimfi htrrbfiBAIAUtlyeitt Tiao 0i,mHl'IM('M , .w.a ....... 'iixwn tourists whomi aro 'wealthy and Influent .....I (.UIU .l twrciilD.Vi.-i-.V-- . htm IrtTVlnalm-r- . - -- - vi.i.'"'iiH"'S!iir spenre"O,0OO,'OOO liTKuropo this uC.tr He told his store and a rescuing lieri-rfo- t aamttte-- i therpnrt. when he beard It read In tho wiiDess,n citizens, but havo not taken fttf Q. Can you jmlntout Frank William. In the year. party was sent out, and at noon tho another ramp Id the City S that bo heard a man that Coutti'ti tvi arrested bim three or four A. Yes, sir. II. If. WAn.En of Itochoster. is onn of band in to- - tho troublo, oceompar.ed frozen bodies of Henry Miller, .loo Mil- read It, and would .tain the name of the camp times; once for tannery; that be had been con- courtroom! htm out, please. A. The second Q. Point Johnny this placo and rcmajjled for passlnt counterfeit moneys that ho it. It and tho most enterprising American ndyer-tlser- s. ler' and Charlie Jolly wero found lying Thenthe man who read whoIf wo demanded not victed gambici by profession, but dented that one there (pointing to Martin Durke). 1 did hero all day. It Is thought that pelt wa. a Km nro was points 1 out to htm by counsel for on tho opon plains not far from Folsom. hear .omelody aided read It,Haas.thero was a ho followtl Mr, Ulolse through Michigan when whom bo .aid but purposo was to provide ways and as could not Stute, bus Docs nil kinds of Mienlno Work. Tho other men succeeded In finding member thero who did hear, and I olted hlra. he was miking speeches there last fall, or thone any one he tbe wltnesteen before. Identify him Hoadi.y's Income from for Wlla aafo transit or exit. ,Thoy nd tiispntch. Kcpnlrlnfj dono with Ncntno had ever ' What did yon ay!" and I u&dcr.tood bm to of Governor Mill or Senator Thurman for the Tho witness was subjected to a long dc to glvo Mlisfnctlon. , Tpgunrnntco nil wo Hnvlnrj Jocntod with new tools hlsleptl practice is said to be 3100,000 stated positively that thero woulikfot be their way Into camp beforn being overpurpose of picking pockets. toy Dr. Cronln. .- a year. nnd tho boit Machinists In tho VsU wo solicit which did not develop any new him of your triulo. any further troublo In Harlan Htwcen come with cold. Miller had been forene .aTl he went to some of these, places for facts. He was followed by Johanna- Carlson", At Iho opcnlnffn! the, afternoon aea.'on AnMAnnufiF. Is mentioned by Iho Mlnno-npol- ls tho present vigilantes, and iio law man for Colonel Head for twelve years, drew Foy, n memler of Cninp St , put on tho Ibe purpoie of securing sporting privileges. He hi mother. ripe-Filling- s, that on liand. Goods, vc. nonTrllmno as "a temporary embar- and order party could with perfeA safety and camo horo from Louisiana. It Is not .land n. a vitnf.s Mr For wns n naively explained that he was "playing de Tbo State's Attorney directed that sho polat i. and w.th the sreatc.t pert), shell., ' whlcri' Is is variation ot what Is known out tbe man knowu tober uadrrthe nates ot rassment." (o their homes and bassurcd known wlmro Martin and Jolly wero committal wllnc-dlannfaA 'X r9."?en 'or Haw Mills, r.nglne anJ Hi Hers. Iron' fencing. Cornish worn, Cylinder a. thrro-csrmoute. naelty arnldcd the elvlnr of a poslttro nn.wcr. SUve-rJawe- , Frank Williams. If In Court. She pollted to Shlnglo and Heading Haws, Pump, of nit kinds. Ac Tin: widow of tho lato Klnp Luis, of that no ono of them would bolstnrbcd from. William I.jnn. who w.i with Sampson when Harks, and said: "That's blm, next to the feleven to to tho toott Innocent qurtt'on. 'I mf Portuffal, will receire a yearly allow- - again by Wlls Howard or aiy of his poo o," "I i?ue. to." 'I can't nay, 'wem he met Com.hlln and wa. n.kcd to low on the pillow." IT WILL KILL liuo Ol J)1,WU. favorite form of reply with him. F.na'.ly 1 o Cronln, lestllled to tha fact that ttro men had a men. This announcement dA'S not ac Hokan Marlluson. tbe exprotsiaiia. He-Stalihail rr.adn n the purport ng Pitixreor Wai.m has becomo cxtrcmo- - cord with Howard's rcputatwn or the Another Klrctrle fatality In Hip Mrrrt of was brought to admit ho SJ when thoupecch eonvcrsnt.oetime mentioned.of wbleh be did not out Martin Uurke as the man who hired blm mathear nt tho at tbo meetlnffof Camp to move tbe fnmlture. Ha tald he had teen Xew York. ijr bluuious 01 late, no is readlnff up solemn oaths ho has frcquAitly taken Joseph r O'Kcefe, Dr. pronln'i tailor, Trli'itfe Trial Nkw YoitK, Nov. 5. An electric light ter of tbo report of themabln aeveral at- that he attended rt meeting of Camp TO In .aid Uurke In Winnipeg on the xlst of June last, mniTKYn nisiorr. and called upon his faltlful band to Committee came up. After blm in the Jail and had thcra current yesterday morning roasted a tempt to explain tho clrrunutar.ee. under Ar last n person hasten caught writ, witness, yet theio may besomo reason After the meeting be had a con- yard. horso to death, nnd threw tho driver to hlch ho m.do the speech and getting tho nar- versation with defendant llegg. about Dr, Croing his namo on tho Klffel Tower. Ho to give It credence, us Howard ha Altera long cross examination the Court ad' tohlm.e'f, nln and Alcnnder Sullivan. Said the wlt- journed until Monday. rative uti with statement, OHIcc A'. C. Wen rapidly losing ground since CoUaty tho street. As In tho Fecks case, tho f o that mlicd almost Impoatlblo toi.understand nesAvtMiiic. was fined twenty franca. 7U1 it wai s It was announced this afternoon mat senator C. I. llooi, tho sarsaparllla man, Judgn Lewis took tho liw in his own deadly current Has carried to IU vic- what It wa all about, he .aid: "At Mr as I re 'We were sneaking first In reference to tbe Kennedy, the Wisconsin I twyer wbo has been spon'l" hundreds of thousands of dollars hauds, nnd in defiance or tcrriblo throiU tims through a telephono wire. A big member Captain O'Connor made a certain state union of the two rival factions of the Order, and of counsel for llurke. hail withdrawn from tbe much confiannually In advertising. and over tho willful neglect of duty on polo, carrying numberless wires, stands ment that this LeCaron, who wa. a nltneta, it John F Iter; said he did not harowas elscted. case. Itws. snld that he wa. dissatisfied with dence In that eemed, t"omml.lon at asslrned Gkxekal Maiio.vk docs not weigh tho part of tho other county officials un- on Fourth avenue near tho corner of time, wishvforethe Farnclltho executive bo Jythe Then thethe new executive came under discus- the positionFprllman, him. Peoria, tbe district of a paid agent of trial committee" ol Edward Twenty-eight- h street. Some tlmo near the Irish organization In thl country." moro than 103 pounds. sion, and tiesla ed that Dr. Cronln was not the officer of tbe Mrs. Mahono dertook to bring tho outlaws to Justlc. sent a telegram proprr man to put on the trial committee to try to Sheriff Matson Whatelv did ho say ahout tin fundr' tips tho beam at full 223. Tho reverses In tho two fights producel four o'clock ono of tho wires, a telesaying thai be would "He sjld, I thlnlt I rut up, I remember, very Alexander Sullivan. I said Dr. Cronln did not arrive here, prepared to testify In the ease, on A Mltl'IUKlKU rafilo ticket from Scran-to- n fear, distrust and cowardlco among Hov-ard'- s phone line, fell to tho street and 00) Rogers, of as as when I hearl men, who refused to follow him oi formed a loop across the down track ot I tronztot posltlto wh It that thero na it. or havo unurorr a record the James committee. Monday morning, announces that tl.f. drawlnir will Brooklyn, anothefono ot trial lhr therethewfunu. 0( tlil. John F Dcgzs n.op am It? Jb""rtb Av?ev Chicago, Nov. 1. The first witness called In takn placo on January 11, S10l. raids which ho proposed, and, choostn; then told me that Cronln hid lir,i,.i lorn, wa innir uf Hum a for .omo object admitted Coughlln as a member ot Csmp ft tho Cranio trial this morning was Hdwan' CincAoo claims to bo flrnt choice for between fighting alono or fleeing, thi It fell Thomas Whelan, driver of a Her- nrirjnltnttonRonoto'LcCaron furnished Spellman. ot Peoria, III., who was examined on Ireland He did not specify without formal initiation, oiTerod tho world's fair of 162 Congressmen, and leaders choso tho latter, which ha ald delivery wagon, camo along. Tho In Knzlnnd or .pent exactly, but I bare got a blm witha ran words. I toldnnd bad did not be- behalf ot tho prosecution by the State's AtONE wa. him been urged upon them by their frlendi horse stoppedonthoapparcntly harmless whero ItImprera.on It wa. apend In England." lieve It. I told him that Cronln wasI loo sincere torney. tho second choice of forty moro. J null Hon. yeneral Ho testified that he wns a member ot tho Lours Kossuth, tho Hungarian pa- for somo tlmo. Ho tho report truo o wlro and Instantly camo to a halt, and Tbo next witness wa. Michael J. Kelly. a patriot to do any thin, ot that kind. I t,oM not, a restless Insecurity will cling ti then sprang aside and foil. Tho jolt of Junior Guardian ot Camp No. SO ot the time ol him, furthermore, that I would ash Cronln In Unite 1 llrotherhood, but would not admit It was triot, will & nituralliAl Italian ALL GOODS GUARANTEED TO BE EXACTLY AS BEFRESEHTED. tho vehicle throw Whelan to tho street, thi meeting of February 8 last. He told the reference toll, and give the authority, and then similar lo the Clannagael. Ho ws. District tho various citizens allied with Incitizen, and will bo nominated for sena, 1 Cronin belong to Officer of District No. 1H, embraclrg Illinois and proceedings hi. memory wa. law and order party, for Howard's de a I when ho arose to his feet hti re as to details. thoughremembered thnt Ceflelent he societies."was not a fit man to tor. Michigan, The 'executor." are an IndependFoy had Irish Ho ItrTwnrx the various World's Fair pernio hand may ithow itself at an; ceived a shock which threw him nros- - c .lied for the terort of tho committee which cross examination It was brought out that ent body. Mortimer Scnnlan. Lawrence Hack-le- y On trato Into tho gutter. Itegainlng his tried tho Triangle, nnd that this de- Ueggs objected to" being on tho commltteo to and one Hounyte, of New York, were committees, tho poor Congressmen will hour by visitation upon their homes am haTftn hard tlmo of It tho coming ses- themselves tho vengeanco lie has swori feet again, the drlvor undertook to ratso mand grew out ot a statement by Cap- try tbo Triangle because hewa. an enemy of among the members. ot the witness proceeded At tbe examination he Alciarder Sullivan... O Connor to the effect that tain to take. Truly Harlan County suffer tho horse, but as soon as ho touched tho (O'Connor) sion. report tbe had Cornelius Fln.i, who was with Ueggs and It became evident that he was an unwilling hurd animal another shock passed through witness, and list h'a testimony wat dlSsro&t Sax Salvadou Is tho first of tho Cen- from tho most Xerrlblo calamity In thi him. Ho ot that committee read In tbo ramp of which O'Keefe wten thoy had the then comprehended tho causo Dr. Cronln wa. a member, and that Dr. Cronln conversation, corroborated O'Keeto". te.tl-tiiou- from that be gave before tho grand Jury, and naturo of a feud which over befol an; tral American republics to establish from what the prosecution evpccte-1- . tie said Citizens attracted to tho wa. tbe mni who rend it, (Tin. lait .taleuii-n- l tolephono sorvlco throughout Its terri- pcoplo. Thero havo been five bold as and lay still. sub1. In rontrad'ctlon of Kdward 0. Throckmorton, clerk In a real he met Drggi, April 29. and he said the matter homlcldO; sccno noticed flashes of bluo flame emit- ject heretofore giren, the evidence on thi.ttnte-wenaasslnattons and fifteen other tory. office, te.tltled to the renting of the referred to In their correspondence, vlzt that and of all publlthed estn'e ting from tho prostrato animal. Tho A cuhious wedding was colebrated tho growing out ot tho troublo, tho peaco o heretofo-- o made They agree In a) ing rooms at No. 117 Clark itreel to "J II. the proceedings of the trial committee had been flashes camo from all of thohorso's read In a certain camp In violation ot tbe rules, that Captain O'Connor did cot mention Dr Slmond" other day at Ottaway. Kas. Tho brldo-groo- m tho county has been destroyed, whlli body, and tho smell partsburning of flesh Cronln'. n.tne. lint raid that bo would giro tbe Aaron floldmon, collector for the ame firm, had been amicably sottlcd. Is four fcothlgh and tho brldo six prosperity Is merely nominal, and ycl "Did you tell mo Brggs said the matter bad was perccptlblo half a block away. name of the man and tho number of the camp ti stifled that the room, at 11T Cl.rk street were In tho end Is not In sight. feet. If the Senior Guardian demanded them. occupied oa tbo 19th of March tat, but lhat on been attended tor' asked tho Slate's At: torney. Hev. T. DoWItt Talmsgo will bo acTbe neit wltno.s was Anthony J. Ford, Pa.t the 81. t the; were vacant, TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. "No," answered ihewltncss, "1 have no recolGuardian of Camp 0. He testified that nt n FEMALE MORMON'S WORK. Jnmri M Marthalt, of tbe Dim which concompanied on his tour to and through DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND DYE-STUFF- S, hy Moltrn Metal meeting of tho camp on tbe zxd ct February trolled tho renting of No. ll'Clark street, te.tl-nr- d lection of It." lent Men tho Holy Land by his wHo and daughter rrt.ii.iK AJ.t.iu.i r.tii. lut.t iii Mr. Spellman then testlllea that he knew to that fact. Five Dead nail Three Other. .Severely Patrick McGarry and Rthard Fower. mado Mary. TwoKldcrs Tarrril anil lVathered, an .peeehe. denouncing tbo triangle," tnd thnt Chicago, Nov. 1 Martin McIIale, earpit Dan Coughlln. wbo, witb a man named Kunio, Karned. .SjLI-IXbad visited Peoria a year ago and presented a tba Woman la Warnril. fMoA man ta reailv CountT A IIICIC3IAN, i: Senior Guardian Urfga replied, dcfendlnsr layer. wa the first wltnes la the Cronln trial LKnAXox, Nov. 5. lly the break-'2bgottt"- Alclipdct.-.fiuUlva- a. letter of Introduction. Ilelidno conversation ono, ot the .tueinbera .int. tdmaUo.aflldavrt thai ho raised a aweot HiruilxaiiAM. Ala.. Nov. . A largn molten Iron1 In thVatacVof wartu. iuirbrlx'Ji a, CoswsisV- - lo.Februarjr last with ComrhlliLaboul Jr.Cron;na'."MWt1-potato that measured two foot from tip protracicu mooting has lecn going on witness; on tne ncor or a "TM"was la direct coatradlotfonbf'Sreff-- " dl.cu.itoo, and lleggs .aid It would hat. was laid tif 'm to tip. at Hcthol Church, a largo settlement in ho Colebrook Furnaco No. 1, Harvoy to Iw pence or war, or word, to t..at room nt III Clark street, Tho wltnes. was man", previous testimony, and be was asked by A NEnrtASKA Justice has discharged a thn northern part of. Fayette County, Johr, Henry rortlg, Isaao Slcgrlst, Wm. effect. Wltnes. said thnt at a trcellng of I" o than shown a piece of carpet, presumably from Mr. Longenecker It be bad not sworn lhat man accused of stealing an umbrella on during tho past week. Wednesday last .'nyder and Harvey Uock were killed, ramp In March ho (tbo witness) had cal cd tho Carlson cotlsge, and he Identified It as Iden- Coughlln sKke tohlm about Dr. Cronln. There wa. a long wrangle over this quo.tion, wblih a rainy day on tho ground that he acteif a very handsomo female preacher put In ind John llohr, Jlenjamln Kck and the altcrllAii of thn ramp toaitalcmcnt that tical In pattern with that whjch he laid la tbe wa. finally allowed, and Mr. Spellman an. warInoch Kiscnhauer wero severely burned. thero was danger thnt members of theories! Clark street" room. In grand Jury that In the an appearance, nnd, securing a Httlo rho men, ed. "I .aid United Order tlon After the shipping clerk, all t whom wero lalwrers, might order (theIn getting some ot of Deputh.ir other employes of Itovell's delivery man and conversation before the with Coughlln at Peoria that he bad testified, the is estimated that In the Iron and church not far from Hcthol, began to succeed their numb; lore overwhelmed by the rush of molten Initiated Into Clan na Gael camp., and pointed first Important witness of the day Annie Cail-o- .aid Cronln was a t of a b but, on reflection, copper mines of tho I.alco Superior re- hold, what sho called Mormon exhorta cotal whllo at work, and somo of them to the defendant. O'Sulllv.n, t. hi. authority daughter Inlaw of old man Carlson was I tent my nttorney to Cblcago to notify tho Disgion, over sixty men a month aro acci- tions. Tho young men and young wom Attorney that I wa. mistaken. placed on tbo statement. Till witness stated how, trict recognition. lOro burned en or the neighborhood bocamo much In- Tho hoistingalmost beyond furnace was forStephen Collernn, n laborer, wa. the Inst wit. on the the .t.nd. March, while she wa. My attorney was un.xble to find Judge dentally killed. Hh of shaft of the ness. An attrmpt wa. mado to ret a detal.cd at the Carlsons, a msn came to rent tbe cottage Lnngencker, so I camo myself specially to Tiik heaviest advertiser In Southern terested In tho "femalo preacher's'' destroyed. DEALERS IN Longenecker statement ot the proceeding, of Camp SO on tho which stood near the boue. He said his sister Chicago and notified Judgo r.r.vspipnrK js jjje Louisiana Stato Lot- meeting, and two young women, daughnight of February 8 from him, but with poor was to keep house for him and that he bad aid the other .counsel that If they csked me DruKH,McdlchicHt IlookH, tery. They apnnd lmtwecn 300,000 and ters of respectablo farmers, confessed New Town Projected. succe.s. some furniture he wanted to move In at once. that question on the .'and I tbould have to tho Mormon religion and Joined deny It In order to do Jutllc-- to myself and $400,000 annually. c;oodH, 1'lcturcH, EaIutH, Chattaxoooa, Tonn., Nor. 5. Tho Chicago, Oct. sV At tho opening ot tho He gave his name as Frsnk Williams. the Grand Jury After I t thn church. This aroused tho hoi-te- st lost Tcnnesseo Land Company's trans- Court in tho Cronln trial this morning Stnte'i OIIm, "Mrs. Cnrlion. aked the lawyer, "do you to the tacts Vac. tir.xuit.u. Hkxj. r. lluTLKitistowrito room and went home ami slept I felt anindignation of tho bettor class ition, mention of which has already Attorney Longcnrclier asked for an attachment scclhat stringer la the ecu troomnow, bis own memoirs, In which ho promises noyed and troubled, I felt thit I bad possibly Peoria, ill., tho Dis"Yes, sir." nnd thev determined loon mado In theso dispatches, Is now tor Kdward ua.G5-3E3rW1"-- a to tell tho truth about himself, his of citizens, done a wrong to Mr. Cnuglilln, and I went The attachof the trict "Will you point h'm out to the Juryr to run tho handsomo female preacher entirely closed, and Is tho largest over ment Odlcorordered Issued. The first witness and friends and his cnomles. wa. "There he 1," nd the wltnes. pointed di- Immediately to Mr. Fallon .worn Mr. Downs to before out. and told them what I had Further Investigation disclosed ndo In tho South. It embraces threo .worn was cnnls O'Connor. He testified rectly to Martin Darke. Kiirrnon William reconlly showed hl,t he wo you tneso Martin llurke, that m.n!" tbe Grand Jury, and Hint I was bothered a member of Camp 20, "Do his dlsliko of every thing French by tho fact that tho young woman cxhorter tundred thousand acresof land,sltuateLLl again. about It. They said: 'Mr- - Spellmm. you hare Mr. M 11. pointing meeting Clan discharging an attendant whom ho was being secretly supported In her on tho lino ot tho Cincinnati Southern on February AtS nlast, the ot the camp continued replied iho witness, to Darke ended made a mistake: no such conversation ever and that "Yes," work by two Mormon ciders, Who kont riilway. Tho consideration is PJ.OOO,-00- 0, he heard Thomas O'Connor state wltnes ho .aid her examination. caught reading a French novel. took place " had that A Ihe defen.e moved lo exclude from tbe record Mr. Forest tLcn cross examined the wltue.. and tho capital of tho company Is heurd read Hi Tit. CrJidn's ramp the minority A pamilt from Terra del Fuego, a dark. A committed hunted down tho two and answers regarding whs", was alt details of her man, his threo wives and threo children, eldors, and yesterday morning they woro xed at threo millions. Ono million dol report of tho committee to try theexecutlre at great length, going Into to the Carlson." all questionsbefore tho Grand Jury. The Judge, testified lo body of tbo ordor. Tho names of the members movements and hir visits said to bo tho lowest tvp of humnnltv. tarred and feathered and told to go. Itrs aro to bo used in establishing tho of tbe pieeutlvchody wero not mentioned, and house. She testified thaUhe had never seen alter Ihe exsmlnwtlnn had concluded, decided Many think tho handsomo young femalo town of llaniman. aro now on exhibition In London. the wltne.s said ho never knew who composed llurke from the day he entered the cottage un- to grant the motion. A long cross examination tbe Triangle. Then It wa. voted to appoint a til a few days ago. when .he came Into the developed no new features. ce ot Dit. It. 11. Viritcr., of Huffalo, spends preacher is nothing moro than somo A Hew Btato Under Way. tbe peace, tesJohn A. Mahoney, a Just committee to go up lo Pr. Cron)n's enmp and court-roofor the purpose l Identifying him. 5900,000 annually for advertising In tho young villain disguised in fomalo attlro. present at Cook's Hall N. r., Nov. 5. In responso he Hismaiick, nvetlt th matter of the minority report yet .he recognized him immediately. otIlls eyea, tified, that whenwas Cronin institiilrd a lodge int An investigation is to bo mado if sho Cnlted States. Taking altogether his Dr to summonses sent out by Governor Mllwhlrh Dr. Cronln had read. hnlr and tnuuth and hi. peculiar way looking, Lakevlew and that at lhat meeting Patadvertising bill is over 81,000,000 a preaches again, and If such Is tho caso lor, tho following Stato officers took tho Patrick Nolan, Financial Secretary of camp the .aid, mado a great Impression on her, and the tbo femalo preacher will bo lynched. O'Snlllvnn became acquainted with the he was present at a meeting ot tho knew him st once Mr. Forest made the rick year. oath of ofllco yesterday afternoon: Stato (0. testified that night camp on the 1, the day preeeod-IngDfrom llurke and tbe Jury and doctor, afterward engaging blm to care for bis tbo witness look awar of May Fnor r.AxosTox, of Virginia, has In Auditor llray, Stato Secretary Flittle, then describe his ftalur.t and tho color of hti men professionally In caso ot accident, giving Point, a Ouu at a woman in Je.t. Cronla'a death; that Ileggs presided; the gruuml uf his mime WashingCronln some of his cards, saying It be was need Insurance Commissioner Casey, Super that there wa. a call for the report of the secret balr. 'Ihl. tbe did. Westchksteii, Pa., Nov. 4 John W. ton a tree that ho prizes greatly, ho- Mr, Forest, form" defense, raid the ques- oJ similar cards would be jreent..l. appointed on February . and thnt Mih'luOl, nnd romalttee intendent Of Schools Mrs. Addle J. Farrar was then called and tescauso It was given to him by Charles Shubcrt accidentally shot and killed Judges Wallln, Corliss and Bartholo ltok-g-. replied that the coomtttce was to report tion a. to whetberthls testimony was applicable Mrs. Paulino Hagloy at tho W'oman's Th vrltne.a .aid that on tho to say ether one of the defendants except tified a to a convenatlon which took place be to hlw alcn . Sumner, OIT mew, of tho Supremo Court, and tho Sunday following Dr. Cronln1. disappearance tW4en bertdlt and O'Sulllvan soon after Dr, llurke. Alumixum Is getting ohespor. Not Homo last night. Shubcrt had been out bow shlpof Stato was formally launched. hornet llurke an J Cooncy about S o'clock In thi The Court decli d that thnt was a question Cronln". body w. found. Tbe witness stldl "I long ago it was SO a pound, now It can hunting, and Mrs. Hagloy was teasing afternoon In a saloon. This was before tbe which would hue to 1 decided by subsequent bad read In the paper an accountof the finding mm nccauso tin nnu railed to shoot any f Dr. Cronln. Then I spoke ot It to of tbe Mlis Caldwell RU.d. deve'opments. witness knew ot Cronln". dlsnppoaraitco. bo bought for 82. It Is tho coming not Captain Thos. F. O'Connor, the man wbo Jouaa Carlson. tU owner ot tbe cottsge. was Mr.O'Sulltvan. I said to him: 'Was'Yea,'It. terriI'Ams, Nov. S. Tho talk In tho Amermetal, and all that delays its advent U rabbits. Shubert pointed his gun at her, Laid: testible murdcrf Mr. O'Sulllvan t dd In nnd It wss discharged, and tho woman ican colony witness. He corroborated It the row Miss created theoicltementthat CnmpiMon the night the next hit dauthterlntaw about theItie Its high price. stranger 'Why, it wat something fearful to decoy a permony of he had heard read la fell dead. A coroner's Jury rendered a Caldwell had In Hanker Monroe's olllco of February ts sn'd Swift's Sit.cifio Co., of Atlanta, la verdict of accidental shooting. Dr. Crunlii'a etoui a report ot tho committee coming to rent tho cottage. The witness then son away nnd murder him In that manner.' Mr. Iho day alter her raarriago with Prlnco that tried tho Trlanglo. Captain O'Connor said saldt -- Ho asked me If It was my bouse, a. be Sullivan did not say any thing for a few mm-utotho largest advertising firm in tho They sty tald! and then he Boilers, Asrents for Morris Machine Works Engines and Murat was brokon. Sho went thero to that Andrew Foy wa tho first man to speak wanted to rent the hou.e. I told him yes. He South. Mr. Rankin lots his advertising Indian. Agrea to Bell Their Lands. aid, let mo see tho house,' and wo walked ho wat a Ilrltlth spy.' I saidi "Well, why pet some lettors and flow into a passion. that night. Foy arose In hla place In the ramp direct and pcoplo go 3,000 miles to talk keys and went should they kill blmr In a few minutes I stld IUxtkii Si'itixa, Kas., Nov. !. Tho 8h culled them all fools and Idiots, and ant addressed tho Senior Guardian. staling over to the boue, and I took the AuglO-- t 1 by the he should they kl.l him even Clrlnit JVIent ICvury Hotunlny. to him about "ads." with blm. We council of thn Quapaw Indians mot Sat- created a groat scene in tfio public bank- that h Bros? under a terrlbln .train) that after up to the house he looked aroundentered there again a 'WhyI' Mr. O'Sulllvan saldt 'He It gave spy snd said wat back door, and tho disclosures of I.eCaron In London the A wealtv citizen of Novada, recontly urday and decided to sell their reserva- ing otllctt. ask for 111" away the secrets ot a xcret order, and If a man wit! no pori wero six rooms "How much doyou at an irsanl-allo- n decuaBud, left in his will u slnglo ponny tion to tho Government on tho terms I said twelve dollar, a month. Ho laid. "Can did that bo ought to tekllledr " thn there were four llritlsu spies In tho organto his divorced wlfo "as a token of es- proposod by tho Indian Commission. Burke "On the Ocean." The re.mniier nf tha session wa. consumed ization, and that It should be reorganized, and you take etewur No, X can act,' !a!d. 'I teem greatly In excess of tho considera Tho reservation consists of slxty-thro- o Loxoox, Nov. 5. Major llurke Is c ery one wbo wa In ibe organization who had will give you ti? money now,' he .aid. Thenl by the testimony of tescral aw the w.gon with what resembled a trunk or got tho money and my boy gave him a rvcelpt suspicion sttnehed to hi MAUFAqT0VH 01' TUB CKLKHHATCU to bo in Spain. Mr. Rubins, his the slightest taint or tion which eho deserves." thousand acros ot exceptionally tertilo toot chest eu Iho night ot Dr. Cronln't dlsap- the other uxim.led. Tiik statement Is mado upon good au- land In tho southeastern cornor of Kan- conimcnniu man, is iiurv, oui wiii suy numo ahould bftthrough I arose to my fdel and 1 wheuwa.wcuh.cktoto .y iitai bouse." S!. .'.iuc., Wluta he got Carlson weat on thority that a rich firm ot KnglUh sas. nothing oxcopt that llurko Is on tho n'Jiled that I was not at all surprised at bear-f.t- g ava the namo of Frank Williams, said that be H trader aro hoavlly Interested in tho All lottors aro forwarded. ocean. tbe gentleman talk as be bad done; that 1 had threo brothsrs, and hit sitter wa. to conio A Feast Mentioned by History. SMrdsr. Zanzibar slavo trade. Tho Arabs conUoblns will ?sot say that Uarkc sailed hnowbypoaltltn Information that the orgaul-ratio- n on from Bsltimore In keep house for th.m. He ras run by a parcel ot rogues, known bad bought the furniture, and It would arrive in Cr.r.vixAxn, )., Nov. !. A brutal and for America; simply that ho Is on tho duct tho huslness, but tho Arm receives The most oxlenslvo and olaborato Hodyj thin tbey had two or three day v The stranger then took tbe our Executive a mo-J- t malicious murder was committed at ocoan. of tho profits. OS Mtnnndered our funds even to tho eslent ot key. T& witness said ha had met and talked feast known in history was thnt given IIUJ.IHO, and not alone that, but tboy sent our llr.o. (Inoucrrv, n sMeSman in Law-renc- o, Flndlay, O.. yesterday afternoon, John with O'.oilllrtn, one of tho defondants, many by Goorgo Novll, brother to tho groat The MoidTrs Win. men across to Knglnnd to bare them put timet. Ofulllv.n lived In the Immediate viMass., twenty yearn old, received McManus being shot and Instantly killed K.nrlot Warwick, nt tils Installation Into PlTlfliuitdll, Pa., Nov. 5. Tho mol- - bctt "he, ' behind bar.; and I st o positively cinity 8100 cash and n noto for 85,000, duo by Joo Donovan. Tho men hid no quar dor's 1 eCirou was un ngent of our strlko Is virtually settled In favor Executive Jo.. U Brouse, a photographer, took tho wit-no- tho archbishopric of York In tho your when tho young man becomes of age, for rel, Donovan wont homo intoxicated, of tho men. All tho largo firms but ono lint , B3d received pay from It. At that HchIi-.ttni. tnd Identified a photograph shown Tho Const wut made for the) rescuing a woalthy merchant of, Provl-ionc- o went over In McManns' yard nnd shot havo conceded tho advance, and work momat I wns Interrupted by two or three' him as oris taken by him. It was a picture of 1470. CO Thostnto-roe- nt en him with n pistol. Donovan Is In Jail. brothers with a demand to tell where I got tbo Ctrl" cottage and O'Sulllran's bouso and nobility, gontry nnd clergy. from drowning, last summer. will bo gonernlly resumed this week. CO It was placed In evidence. my Information. I did not like the first brotbrr of tho amount of food consumed YoitK Coi'.vrv (Pa.) agriculturists linvo John (' Mellaril! a rlerk In the criminal Is simply startling, Shot While Huntlnr. who spoke to me, and I salds 'You demand llolow Is tho bill The Czar to Nattlle. been astonished by a radish In tho posnothing.' Then there were two or three other court, lndrstltied a diagram made by hlinof the Looaxsi-oiit- , Ind., Nov. 4. George IIkmjuaiik, Nov. 5. Tho Czar has brother th.t demanded to know whero I got neighborhood Ot the Carlson cottage and ot the ot faro In full: Threo hundred quarters session of Mrs. Samuel Clay, of Pcnn-vlll- o, iionncr, of this city, aged twenty-t- v lou, and there ws. a general cottsge It'lt the size and location ot whose of wheat, SCO tons of ale, 101 tons of my which sho raised in her lot. It yours, was accidentally shot whllo hunt- written a letter to Natalie, In which ho roarInformal tlmo. So I turned around to up- rooms he described. It was admitted In at the wine, 1 pipe of spiced wlno, 80 fatted measured thirty-flv- o inches ono way and ing north ot the city yesterday after- assures her ot his sympathy, and nay) ho Senior Guardian and 1 .aid to html 'lr the decce. the twenty-on- o Csrlsonwas then rccslled. and hla lr.lt oxen, C wild bulls, 800 pigs, 10,000 tho other, and weighed six noon. Tho cha.'go struck him In the continues to recognize her as Queen of Senior (lunrdlun demand, of me where I got Jonas rontlnuod. brlislf the State and a half pounds. Tho radish resora-blo- a left eye, tearing nwoy tho top of the Servla. It Is believed tho letter will my Information 1 will tell blm.' He did not inony on test tbeofstranger, was renting the shoo p. 300 hogs, 3,000 goose,. 3,000 .Iter expedite tho settlement of Natalie's po- .ay any thing. Then Ihere wa. some mors He ssld wsllied tho appearance of a child vory much. head. cupous. 100 peacocks, 200 cranes, 200 across lots to a xcond time nnd a third cottage, uprour. I turned sition. t.000 plgoons, time, and said It the Senior Guardian would detables, ibrrehotnet O'SullU an and talked kids. 2,000 chickens, Cot'XT Vox Moltkk Is tho latest pat-ro- n Reporter in Great Luck. e mand of me. whero I got my information I with him Witness beard llurke say toO'Sulll-van- , 1.000 rabbits, 200 bittern. 4.000 ducks, A Steel Barb-Wir- e Trust. of tho phonograph. Tho Instrument Kansas Citv,,Mo., Nov. 4. Aloxan' him, Then I stated I had heard s "T cottage la rented." The next time 400 hotniies, 200 phonannt, ."00 partwas shown hlra a uliort tlmo ago, and dcr Simpson, for i.omo years a reporter ." l'lTTsnujtnir, Nov. 8. Tho Dispatch would tell entire Trial the witness taw Unrke was at about o'clock 400 plovers, reports a movomont to form a steel bnrb-wlr- o, terrible i0.ort of thoI had also seenCommute tho venerablo Genoral repeated to It tho on tho Knnsns City Tlmos, recolve'l a wrttttn on tbe afternoon ot May 4, a few hour, before ridges, 4,000 woodcocks, la Iluffalo, and that trust. Options havo been taken by report, M) pages of close written lets-banstrango and appropriato sontenco from word yoxtvilny from London thatho hal Dr. Croola wtt murdered. He stood on the 1"0 curlows, 100 quails, 1,000 eggots, and uboul tho front steps ot the eottage. At T o'clock Goctho's "Faust: "Vo Instruments fallon heir to the estate of bis aunt In tho Federal Stool Company on nil tho statement. trial, that that I was positive or my night the witness heard, two men talking lathat 200 roes, 4.000 bucks, doos and roethe At Instant Daniel Coughllu, a mock mo with wheel and combs, with Edinburgh, Scotland. Tho estato Is va- largo plants lu this vicinity. Tho trust, member of the ramp, arose to his fret asd M hot vonlson pnstle. non They were voice," bucks. a it formed, will bo capitalized at several "Mr. (lunrdlun, I move you that a1 secret saldtn cotuge. expressed talking "In hanl wltne.a dishes ol Jolllos, 4.0M cylinder and handle" lued at It. In April the V...S...I com-ia. Carlsoo million dollars. bo appointed to nnd hod a I'cni.r.atlon with O'Hulllvau about the pnstloj, 2,000 hot uiistimls. 4,000 cold it ten ot threo Mm. IIaqouv, wlfo of tho California sou i it Captain of who tad rented tbe cottage, O'Sulllvan O'ConIho out men Two Killed and One Fatally Injured. 300 pikes, 300 millionaire, has a ruby valued at 810,000. Hlfhly Suxreetlve. were Thoo nor's Information." his told him that ha knew one of themi that custards. 40.000 tails. Wiikkmxo, W. Vn., tbo right," and that he would breams. 8 teals nnd 4 porpoises. At "" when Jos. Fhaxcio, of New York, la tho prematuro explosion Nov. 4.- -liy word.. Then there was some one else on hla he ws Loifoox, Nov. C Tho Constantinople of a blast in a due. Ou May It Carlson feet, and the Senior Guardian nipped the ramp pay the father of tho American Llfo Saving Set-vlc- o. quorry on tho biuiquet tho Karl ol Warof tho Grafton and Greenbrier correspondent pavlllionTimes says: Tho to order, It was such a tumultuous time, bad another conversation with O'Sulllvan, this mighty Ho is over eighty years of ago. riillroad, room in tho from which tho such turmoil, and somebody spoke, and besaldl In which he told O'Sulllvan that tbe cottage wick was steward, tho Karl ol Iledford In Harbour County, George aivl Mr. Francis is tho Inventor of tho rootal Hiid l.otd Ilattlngs compFrank Wiseman wero instantly killed Sultan and Emperor William witnessed "I will hear to mote of this subject, and I will wa. vacant nd that ho had received a letter llfo car, and almost tho ontlro sorvlcu of and from the msn wno naarentea It, atiing mm, troller. Thero were 1.000 cooks emAlexander Oldacrn was fatally In- tho parade ot tho troops on Saturday appoint a committee." put the furniture In tbe basement, y Q. Who was the Senior Guardian at thi. timet (C.rltonl to is tho fruit of his inventivo gon-lu- s. was baro ot any ornaments, with tho exC2 kitchen helpers nnd jured. A. John F. llegg.. and ssjlni lhat he had painted the pirlor floor ployed besides ception of a hugo painting of a fight Cuptula O'Conner wa. closely to sate his ilit.r the trouble ot scrubbing Ik 1,200 w niters, -f- epoolntor. Only One Killed. was hating huld and Turks. Ilusslans Tiik ladies of Ashovllle, N. C., havo but adhered to his testimony direct. O'Sulllvan remarked that he Two other witno.se. wero examined without luck with ID collage. The letter spoken of Louisvillk, Ky N6v. 4. A gentleot rialn, Medium n4 Fin. rurnlturo at ceatly reduced price.. Wa organized a mission. Their object Is to l Wa sra offering .11 gTadf . On the nvili bringing out any now points. Horth Dakota Legislature. Tho young man who makes n and Us esielope were Ideoilllt-dman, wko has Just arrived hero from securo work for tramps. Tho pollco c rty a fujl line at all timet of otinlrfi. Rookora, Tnhloo, Buronua, Waahstnnila, t'tllcAtlo, Oct, tl. George Itrtlly, a barkeepcf jjl itew Itnet. entered the Mrud tLlnil Impression upon a fair maldoit, Plnevlllo, -- says tho report that Judg , Hismaiick, N. I)., Nov. 9. Yesterday w Euanniee :ur watch the result. If tho tramp Bhows Wiirdrobea, Chnnibor Sots, MnttroBBOS, Sprlties, Eto ,nml cottage, hr snl, and proceeded to dr.rlbe the er, was called to the witness chair. Ho testiU In un itiioinnlous position. That la prloeato bo the lovreit, Otr. u.atnal and bi convinced, an Inclination to nocept the proITored Lewis and his party killed six of How aftornoon Governor Miller Issued n call fied that. In the latter part ot March, Coughlln. coiidl'lontther" appnren'. to tho members of tho Legislature ol O'tnlllvan and others were In the saloon, nnd ard's hand In tho last fljrht Is Ircorrtc fWVi art headquarter on Undortakora' Qootla and dl.oount all competition In till work, ho Is lot nlone. If not, hn is arAt th't I""'1 In the ezarnlnntloti Mr. Mills In say, ho bus mndo n hit with a miss. North Dakota toasscmblo In tho Cnrlto) wero talking polities, when Coughlln ind tl-- a iiiusrd ' n l'"r.cnt. as If irnllxlngilint a cil.ls Only one nnn was Uill'-d- . Jlne. Wo sarrr a largo lino ot Wooden and Metallic. Ilurlal Cae. 1'litl.idelp! lit lVcl. rested and mndo to work for the el . '' " 'lc'n " nrar 'I l,:ird l.c n tigSuiu Cathol:o was tal t luo In the nopUrlEg and Job Work a lertilu i at llUmarck oji November V), ISku. HICKMAN BANK, HIOKMAN, KV. Capital, - SSO,000. - TRUCE DECLARED. Tins colored peoploaroloavlna Ifonsa for Oklahoma. O.V a Jury at Sedalia, Mo two men t 4. u jer DlltECTOKS: Hickman Machine Works. 32AST K"X W. JtMfJMClCl& cl? CiC '9 Brass constantly wJmtl .lT tlvjfrom.HArlfttttt.Cty,iBsti OUT, IN A BLIZZARD. Herder, llllndcd and 1'roien tuDealli In I w Mailcflii Ktorin Which Sml.lenlj Kwtep. tlm Itancra. UKXVnn, Nov. B. Onn of tlm results t, the tcrriblo blizzards which swept orer Eastern Colorado and Northern Kow Mexico, Thursday and Friday of Ust week, reached herp yesterday from ! jusom, jncw. Mexico. Thursday night Henry Mlllor, tho rango foreman for J)onein. P. Head, with several cow Slcrro Grande; with 1800 beef cattle,, which they wero hold-fe- g for tho purposo of loading In cars. it, i o'plock that mornlns Hltsard north-we- t .from the Uruck tho herd, driving tho eattlo s Toxas, tho jlng unablo to hold them. The Snow rai so blinding that it mado It Impossl- pe.tosoo fifty feet ahead. Miller called en together and they, slnrted'to tbo hord and made an Bttemvt to them bunched. 0; far, as vxmlVk'. beeame MCiMut4. Fridar nUlit i wanaajajsiHita UBfla liemiwy It .katatmsmi" me worst ofwltnes. tuSkStslasK wi the next If He did not keep hi 0r al .(ut l,lfld d&sfNti i , Pis ' S3 II i t. inwa ,r., ,, ranj ripiug, Boiler M ani "lu" Stave Saws rll:ti near Depot, Cor. iiutl Moscow JR. Splendid Slock ol'ttio vory best mulcts oi'nll kinds of lint dwiiro which nro at ritlCE, and that tho vory lowest tho market B. BBEVsUtB. ruv.i iipi EOOF1XG .A. .SilISOI.A.X-.'rV"- . THE OLD RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLCDMBE. Dealer ru- - . KY. ! PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. J., pt. T. T. SWAYNE & CO., It I''ancy Vlncs ami IlitiorH, lor niecllcal St(Uloucr'"il school stipplIcH. SmuIrlcH, Toh, and DOMESTIC SEATING 3IACHD0E. Sl'KCIALTY. POR T3E3C3E PHKSCKIPTIONS EAST HIOKMAJST MAN'F'G JNO. COMPANY i MORRIS & SON, Prop's. nar MAXCFACl'imiCltS FINE BUGGY SPOKES AND mrwill GOTOs ISrEATj. HERTWECK, BALTZER & GO., HICKMAN WAGON, HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. FURNITURE. el FURNITURE. STEPHENS & TYLER, DEALERS IN Funiitiirc and Undertaker's doods, r'l i . iittLK' "titimlJUeMBJMaleMeeMWMiMMi llMllaijttTffiJMrBPJBiBrBBFBBBBBBBMMMBMPM 3T""", " Hill a,iii illlllWII S2i. ft- - T 1 -- I & -- - EEAffP i -- - BlFIb&Y Brown-Desnoycr- Wc arc (lie sole agent d Our stock is the largest and one in Ilicknian, and the prices arc lower than can he found TVE)11?Sa(3 ififMVift(S! H 1EHT wfrli Triinminw mill ItiiftntiR tn iiintili" w ' " JbJLXfWJEftJL& A UJOIU JWJJlJ. Skal-Ski- n Ave have a splendid lino'of Alaska Garments. We have a snlendid sfnolr n' mul Chilrlrnn's Wrans and Cloaks, in all styles, which we will sell f. nriWa Z)? s' Competition. We are the sole agents for that celebrated make of Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes, the best made, and most elegant Shoes in America, " VST JE3C O TOTE, E3 SEZXjXj best-selecte- Stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS is now complete in all lines. elsewhere. VVn'linvP il mncrnificcilt line of ITT IT if BUCHANAN s -Lnt-lin- s Tailor-Mnil- - -- - .MBS IT -- - SJUBBSt. .?.. w for WYLKIt, ACICEUIiANU I & CO'S H -- make of Itafrct-Fittin- WTILL c, o GOODS IN HICKMAN. CLOTHING, tho best In Hickman, ami yon can save from $2.00 to 3.00 a suit by buying them. Call and cxatnhio our .Itaiutiful Stock before buying, vou can save money I AT V Irt H-OTT- Cr f3Ci THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOIOIAN', ols.ro. kT, 'OUR D&YI an, To Control the Mouth. u. H. BUCHANAN. uayou Townsmp ii.iki.ak cuitxrT tuo u ui.i:. We are gratified to nee that at tho National Democrat, . PRICES! KLentuoliy. . We hnvo tlio BEST Stock, ami the CHEAPEST Stock of Jtrvr H r h E. H i . 1 r ? i nomination paying r FRIDAY, : : : : Nov. 8, 1889. mi Intratltrnilmm nij somoattoiitloiistonrYairsIn Rownu last wook, mid much damage wns of candidates for county offices, IIT.OC'IC.) done. of tho South aro Democratic, and tloa la Ilia Nrnr tnlnre. nud it is said to havo worked In a nicEMAi;, and Harlan counties, Kentucky. SINTUCZY roil CI.KHK fOl'KT F AVI'KMM very satisfactory way. Tho plan nil men know that tho solo and Rut the violence and bloodshed Thuh far no one has been found Chartnton (No.) Dtmocnl. We r anthorlae-- l 10 annonne Mr. DEO. only purposo of this proposed law There is not the least excuse fa thnt havo Btalucd thoso counties to identify the supposed Render is this: Instead of going to the mius iiousmiAs kbckntia been H. MADDEN a candidal for Clerk polls, the voters aro awaited upon A fipvd up far lb acroauioiUllon f in to make some of them llcpub-lica- longer uoubtiug tho existence t only moves tho great .Republican women, who were lust week taken Court of Apa1, nuhjrel lo lh action ! lh brnmiurm trullo public gn. natural gas in the subterranet organ to mirth. It Bclccts the as- baok to Kansas, Tho lapse of at their homos by a board of ot I ho Democrallo 8lnl Contention. eraltjr. CUn rvomt, l Mk nd wiuire sassinations of tliia region ns tho twenty years has elthf r detroyod for the purpose, Bssures underlying thin To bo sure, tho idea is given out The Democrat published sectirJ. lopio for a humorous editorial. It all menus of identification or ft is and every voter deposits u ballot Wfl kiuraittttl lo nil liolop wlih u. lEMooBATia Viotories I the llrAU for the candidates of his choice. Trartlitj men will nnd lb Uit ( itlto-de- n that tho now law Is to guarantee hccouiii oi us iiiscovery in James cmnrks: "Tueaverago back conn- - a case of mistaken Identity. - i our huM. 1ms been tried In The Keutuckinii has to got a now la Mdltlon, wrcatrr a fall Hat tr frco and fair elections, and that Hay on n few weeks ago, and lias Democratic nliis In lOStntcfl. "Ocrditk" In tho namo of nn several counties, and it seems to riiuw i!in pistol overv ciuiiv ronnrBirc the great outrages upon n frco since referred to tho matter fre- ticcor on his nocket rAmlLT briUbtnltd, tlive mouths." "When a innu In exploslvo recently Invented, and bo an Imiirovemeul on the old AHliI MadonkI Bah I 'Than ever thus ballot in tho South jnstiflcs the quently. People living in tlntt tln neighborhood answered n which It is predicted will super plan. 'J here is but little chance to which we Invite attention. Our prlci neighborhood, Tor the moBt part, villi traitors. extreme measure. Under such seem to bo indifferent to tho great kncVk at tho front door. lie. of sedo gun powder. It was Invent- for corruption under tho new ays are a low at the lowtit Eng- tern. e, took his shot gun witli him ed by Lord Armstrong, of specious guise the Republicans value of the find, MahoneL Ho is only a lintrld no overcd the visitor through land, is smokclosB, Itand hasbeen roiiiiiiiuceuvo. once upon n time, for tho saino uncio wnsu Harrison, upoiil has clc until thev came to nil poisonous fumes. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. SALEiNDUVERY STABLE partisan purpose, and no other, wnose promises the gas wns first undemanding." tried in England, aud military cirround, is New Jersey Is uh solidly Dem- GAINS from well in no cles aro enthusiastic about it. enfranchised tho colored people, condition far prosecute nuddiscovIu lliirlan countv, sinco the rui.ro.x !RTIT COURT to ocratic n& Kentucky. tho but it proved a veritable boome- ery to proQtablc development, but openiiiY of hostilities, men who & L. MrCuicbto. Kireuisr of University nt The Kontucky Eunltj rang to them, and so, wo believe, many who hnvo vicited tho pipe formerli curried ono gun now ap Lexington has just opened its Vl Mal'on, tWctl, t'lainl Iff D. Harrison's bad administraKENTUCKY 8THRET pear win two, wimo l no moro doors to women, owing to tho acalnM tion mid broken promises did it. will this Sherman law, if they suc- sunk just beside his honso for tho promlneU nnd Influential citizens, efforts of tho Kentucky Equal III atlri and ert Jilora, dtlMi. purpose of securing water, but KBKP8 eonitanlly ob baad for hire ceed in passing it. Nollei li brrtbr cltta Cradlltr ale which brought gas instead, aro wno havonl way sit tree ted two, now Right Association. It has now ot Vol. Wttlon, drrMl, la la lac A GAIN of twenty thousand in HORSES, ntlOOIES and HACK8. thl lint will they pass It? Secretary convinced that the gan is there in appear wth three. That conserv- twenty young women enrolled. Ifatd, CcmmlloBfr of ikt hultoanJr Massachusetts will do very well. Clr. Hating Illaine, tho greatest of all the Ke largo quantities and could bo util- ative moulier of society, who has The Southern Journal saya: 'The cull Court uadtr aa orJor In lh abot and tnlir purchaitd of lhW, alabl, ktrtt v. Plummtr outfit never t'oiinbont with less than professors aro loud iu praise of MleJ cu.. will alttiui l tho Counijr w to conllau tkt fca!nat, and WnAT did Itf II. Harrison's bnd publican chiefs, opposes it, nud, ized profitably. has policy, bad appointments and bnd Assessor Dridgcs, while in that threebut not increased tho num- tho now students, both as regards Court Clirk sOffic, la llicknao. jof.from olitlt patronage of course, lie will linvn Iluniilill. I7lh lirrfof until ber, ,... rniinwi.. n,i ii.tc rniinu,t..., part of the county last week, unit lijs boot. titer is an extra kuifo iu their capabilities aud application" lot dtl 1890, lo recti? toand kur proof of work. Others may from its place tho corn cob in :,' ed .: and thai alt garble Works, with tho solid Democratic vote, it tho end of tho pipe It Is estimated that there aro cllm tfalmt IJ tf-Ja"Unnecehsauy taxation is unthat serves as despair of Kentucky, but the Tri- now on hand iu Kentucky 33,303,. clalot not prxtatid lo htia aud ruta bune will continue to carry on its sa rniilrJ bjr law, wlllila Ikt ! now looks like, will defeat it. a stopper and touched a match to just tiixntlou" that's Democracy, llWKMAtr, AT 81)5 abort, will b tirttrr btrrod. work anions and will win. It is said that President Harrl-Bon- , tho gas that gushed forth. It food admit that it isher citizens till givegallons of whisky, which would woW. IV TAYLOR, IS gallons to every mnii, hey not a sufficient 13. C. supported by his full cabinet, burned brightly. Nearly a month leason for shooting a neiebbor man nud child iu the State, so says UatUr Conmliilontr Kullun Clr. Court. Why could'ut tho New York Dlilll II except Blaine nnd Tracy, favor tho has elapsed since the discovery, hat yon have a good chance." Rut Not. Ilk, IM'J iw the Lexington Transcript. nnd tho gas continues to flow us Domourats. last November, win Italian and Amkbican Masblb ia a!! deliciously funny, bat thn mischief of it is, that whilo This will mako it tho strongiy nud burn as woii as at Shorrnsn nil nloiiR the lino liko they did this M0NUME.NT8, TOMB AND ORAVX s COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. ho Tribuuo has missed tho point theso fellows are wal issuo of his Administration, and, first. November! 8TONES. jf its own joke. If it will look in lowlug ou double rations, there' The New Madrid Record thus if this is true, tho Republicans In dock, a One lot or rufrox ciitt.'t'iT court. ts own nlmnuao it will discover mauy a "penuerilo" boy who never HAVING Italian HarMt, an pro. Democrats didn't entry every- DEMOCRATS CAN SHOUT NOW! may, by party whip and pressure, details investigations of some New hut Rowan John Wltilac, Adiu'r of T. V. 1 aud Harlan, nnd all gets a drop. pa red to fill all order. Call and taamln thing Tuesday, but they innde such Madrid gentlemen. It should act! Wallacr, dee'd, Plalollff. ull be brought to favor some sucb as a "pointer" for ear work big pains everywhere that the our business ho other counties iu Kentucky The little kingdom of Den Order from tb country promptly vhere gentlemen have to get-nelaw. men: fear wo will next time. mark, which always clung to the Ansaada U'atUct, At, Itafd't. 4114. Nollre la bereb gltenlnlhe Crtdttora "Learning of tho discovery, our riggers tor their pistols ovory protection theory, is nbout to If they do pass such a law, ap maT2 B.-- HARRISON DID I hree mouths, nud where tho con- - mako a radical chsngo in its reve- of T. V. Wallace, dcoeaird. Ikat lb tin. The Governor refused to scud proved by the President as the fellow townsmen Aaron Stiefel, icrvntlvo citizens who havo never nue laws. In tho rigsdag the dtraUnad, Coaamlaaloatr el Ike Fulinn troops to preserve peace, but policy of tho Republican party, it Wm. Mayberry nud J. T. Leahigh, mrried less than three guns, hnvo Circuit Court, uadtr an order la Ike a bo it Judge Lewis organized a company accompanied by Wm. Pretorions, prime minister introduced a bill a will, as sure as fate, prove the of Cairo, tow added u knife in their boot day or two ngo which looks to- alrltl eante. will altred at lb Count of the raw material at hand and visited tho sceno of disCturl Clerk'a office la llleiman, Xr.. death knell to that party. It is as covery on Friday of last week, eg aro Republican counties, nud ward free trade. Taxes are to bo from Ike dale hns succeeded in awing the Howuntil the 17th dar of The rcsnlt of Tncsday'a elecli o lenders of both tho armies T II A T Febrotrj, reeelit aad hear proof certain to prove unpopular In the nud thoso gentlemen are Batisflod ard gang into quiet. taken off all tho 'noccssaries of of claint 18W, to mIiI tions shows immenso democratic Dteadent; aad Ikat of the real presence of natural, hat aro now mancuuvering around life, but aro maintained on wines, all clatmi agalatt North ns the old Reconstruction blm ant he county Clauksville, Tenn.. wns nil gains everywhere. True, at this period, with tills addition, that gas there. They fonnd the pump) Republicans. scat of Ilurlnu, are liquors and otherartlcles of luxury. ta ai rtiiir. preetnlrd lowithin and pro, by law, lb llm torn up tho other day by a tele- writing the ofilcial results are not which vrb being driven iutact. and btrrr-l- . AOOSrTIKG Vrltii entififnCirOr, ixoial .Ut. m whatever of Federal interference n W I'.TAYUiR, Jlt-n- t gram stating Hint a negro had definitely known, and some uuru iu ino euu oi mo pump rAioim naii-rixcuni hie rAturr. the news that Judgo Kcunetl's Mailtr Commlinlonrr Fulloa Cir. Court. 3t.oti" tho A.MKortitiiut r in elections it authorizes in the tube. The discoverers evidently been appointed postmaster at now rnpposed to be de- South-wilhealth is restored, tho Stato press No 4W .yi- - tm that place, but it turned out to bo to some extent, be au corking up their 'bottled light. At the second day's session of Is busy with eminent jurist's n mistake. Tho appointment made feated may be elected, but enough thorized in the Northern States. ning' wldcli Beared one man uenr.i.tlie Interstate Wheat Growers' habits. The that Henderson Journal is known to show a tverfoei eartli- ly to fainting to restrain its force tJonrcntlon in St. Lo ills' October has got at tho bottom facts, Hiid waB at ClnrksvHle, Texas. quake linn occtircd in the political and when this cominoncos to opor- and preserve it for fnturo dove 24, Colonel N. J. Coleman, who says: "It is a fact for years past IT ato woe be to the political fathers opments. On being now comes Wyoming Ter- seutimcut of tho country, And interviiwet wns mo nay uemre elected tier unless thero has been a recent (IIVH HIM A. Mr. SMfel said: "it is there: eras, inanont chairman, , innilnnnnilitrrnn ritory knocking at the door of the . -... .. . liniirp.Iiii1iM ItMiumtt linn ItAAii In Iowa, whore tho Kepnblican of such a law. ... : ' i. Good delterd lo any part ol lh Clly. Union and demanding ndmittnuce majority is usually from 'J5,000 to Such a law, if passed, will provo iu nor nunnuiy; nnd tuo noon t that was warmly applauded by tho L lotnj abstainer, except from as a State. Slio claims a popula- 75 000, the result is in doubt, nud a sore trial to the peoplo of the aro terribly alarmed nbout Its dl pemocrntio nnd m Idly indorsed elder. Rat Heavens! tho quantity covery they don't know what t by tho Republican delegates. He , 0r ct,ct t.0 doe8 driukl" tion of 95,000 to 105,000, which is the probabilities in favor of the South, and several years of dis uo moro than nt least one of tho new democrats by about 5 000, which is nuoni u. ino man wno wi denounced tho present adminisStates possesses, and probably a tremcudlous gain even if tho .Re turbances nud business prostra- down iu the hole staying tho pip tration and its cry of "Protection," Mns. Bonanza Mackav, who tion wonld follow, but the reuctiou when being driven, thoucht liia and said tho only way the Gov sued an Kugllsh paper becauso it double that of the Stato of Ne- publicans pull through; apae arllelie, bats vada. NOtroubl lo nan alloJ, to kM In Massachusetts It is conced will come, and with it tho utter timo had come whon tho gas shot (eminent could protect tho farmer said that when her husband first up through the pipe and knocked was by abolishing the tariff. After met and fell In love with hersho Com and , at lb oorntr of Troy ed by all that tho democrats have ruin of the Republican party. This and Moacow Artaut. Eaat lllckmrn, Ky tho drive-cnMinister Eoan, who repro-sent- s gained ovorL'O 000. in endwuvs. He had tho speech theso resolutions were was a widowed washer-womaIllaine sees, aud hence his warn- to bo hclpod the United States at tho out and assured of offered nnd adopted: California, has obtained judgment The Democrats have carried Mexican capital, is out in a letter New York, Now Jersey, Virginia, ing to his pnrty. his safety from anything like a tcr AimW, Ry tho farmers of tho for $.J0 on one count and is going 2 advocating reciprocity nnd frco Maryland and MiHaitselppi, by inriblo doom. It is worth trip States lying in the Mississippi nud for moro. The fact remains tho And get your lllackemtlhliig and grntral Our New Fall and Winter Stock to go there and Bee forouo's trade between tho two republics creased majorities. himself, .Missouri or tun samo, however, that whon sho first llepainag uone at of Dry Goods, Clothing. Roots and and,' concluded Mr. Stiefel, 'it's a States of ulvor vulleys.and nnd says it would ndd $10,000,000 Oregon, Washington nud met the fnturo bonanza king she Mnhono has been snowed under Shoes is now complete, and will bo pity wo hadn't struck it nearer and California, in National Con- wns supporting herself by taking to tho foreign trade of this coun- in Virginia, by from aoOOOto 10000. try. Is not the schemo worth iu washing. That fact is nothing In Ohio tho Democratic gains sold as low as any house in this homo so that wo might havo tho vention assembled: trylngl use of it iu our public building.' 1. Thnt we hereby memorialize to her discredit, be it Bald. In (Otntr e Obin anJ Strnli,) havo been no Icbs significant, and section of the country. se27-2"James Rayou is situated just our ftntlonnl Uongress and the trnth, it is exactly tho opposite, J. Amrero's Sons. it is now believed that that pestifHICEMAN, ZY. Gunpowder has got to go. It erous fanatic, ou tho outside of tho eastern President or the United Stntcs, au it demonstrated her to bo an has been Uoud Work at I'rlce. it is antlqnnted and unsatisfactory. derented by the Foraker.Democrat, WIITTIIENWCTII IN DCMOCKATIC. boundary Hue of this county, and and most seriously petition them honest woman, willing to do bard psrrorron r.jt, gallant mollo. is noted for its timber "Cordite," the now explosive in- Campbell, for Govornor. At any an menial work to reciprocity treaties COWOILL'3 SYS BALVE. ar.1IIL.I. UOHK a pcItty.-- S In rcsponso to the question: industries, which are and logging to make sucb foreign nations to and ovenliving. She was make vented by the English Lord Arm rate, the. Democratic gains in Ohio an edu ou with those enrried honest JOHN F. UUAY. "Why Is tho south democratic!" ou tho great stream of its name whom we ship our surplus farm cated lady, well reared at the same VST For Neuralgia and Itheumatlara, strong, is tho coming exploslvo have been Immense. mar20-t- f for use in warfare, It Is absoluteproducts ob will cause such for time but iu reduced circumstances COWSILL'S WSA3EL OIL. It's nn off year, and Republican the Pittsburg Post says: Recause sakeJames Rayou. Tho gas ly smokeless and makes no poisonwill now no doubt attract at- eign nations to remove the cusieaders wiii attempt lo account it finds its highest prosperity uny For Pile, OXJLXTS&, ous fumes English military cir- for tiicBO Democratic victories by A Rrnn or fanrr Mate If rr Ufr. der democratic home rule. Con- tention moro favorable than ever toms duties from our farm procles are enthusiastic about It. COWQILL'S PILE 0I1ITMENT. of writing Il waa juat an ordinary saving that there was apathy tinuing, it says: What it under- to this place, and bo looked into ducts shipped abroad, thereby B1HCESMITE by speculators." causing us to reccivo a highor paper, but it ael her life, rilie waa in among Republican voters, but tho ThGiiiHa Lohlgh. the Cairo capi price for our foreign farm surplus, Hit lent atagat ol coiuuinnllon, tola i7 SST Cor TelUr and Ringworm, Morton owns light was too llorco and hot nil went nndcr the republican carpetbo tea. ti.cursb'.s ntiaietnn ltil n hotel in Washington City, and IIIOKMAy, JCHNTUOKY. along tho lino for thU excise. The bag aud scalawag sdmiuistrr.t!on talist, who bus now iu courao of. aud thereby fixing a higher prico could live onl a abort tlmt; abe weighed COWQILL'S TSTTEB OINTMENT. )o( iiucoruiiig io mo mws oi tho Dis- bix months test of Harrison's bnd Jem than wrcnty pounJi. On a piece of n combiuo of white greed nnd construction at tho Rayou a largo upon nil that wc sell at home. trict of Columbia the owner of n administration was made the issuo rascality with negro Ignorance sawmill, daily capacity 40,000 foet, 1VE MK A Till A I. when too want Thnt wo nek that such steps wrapping papr the read of Dr. King' - tST For Worms, bouse in which a saloon is to bo in nil the States, both by tho Rewhilo sinking a numn about a be taken bv our National Congress New I)ico?erjr, and fill a lampte boltlr- Ccwgill's Ploaaant ona Bynip T litackaiultbtng done, or repair on Wagorii, ic. I alto keep a full line of It helped her, abe bought a larxe bottle. kept must in writing apply for publican and Democratic lenders, lasting through the period of quarter of u milo north of the, as will destroy the present reconstruction, from the It bellied her more, bought another and SA T19FA CT1 ON OVA RA ATA KD OR license to sell liquor nloug with but, of course, bad Republican place, also struck gas ni ing monopolies and trusts and M.ns Undortakor'a Goods, TUH UOXBr HKFUSDKD. close of tho war until 1870, is n Utur int. cosllnticd Iu uv and la the saloun owner. Tho Common, Itonewood, aad Solid Iltack Wat State affairs helped to do it. In matter of history. Much has been a prub.iblo depth of thirty feet, will prevent the fortuulioit of now atrong, Iiealtbr, roar, piiimp, weigh hns made this application nulOolfiin and Cat, which oan be fllltil For Sale by the rroprltlor. Ing 140 pound. For fuller particular campaign the Re- written about the Increase of He is now making arrangements others. nnd tho Prohibitionists aro down the Presidential wild" on eliort notice, and at reasonable to utilize tho gas in running bis '3. Aud to tho end that wo may wnd atanyi to W. II. Cole, Drugflal, Fort publicans made promises ob mining nnd manufacturing opera- mill tlno m a el thl wonderful on him. when completed, belnir thor-ltre-t oar farmiii" imnlemeuta at n Smith. Trial Ilotll J. W. CoMgltl'i brag J. W, COWGILL, Druggisl, '!i era. "ii-- j. hi wt-- tcall. to renewed factory prosperities, tions in the southern States sinco JJUluun. oughly convinced, upon investi less price, that the present laws Oiaeoterj Free at maj26-8which proved false; they promised they have been nllowed to govern JaDHS Store. Hickman, Ky. The Prohibitionists still be repealed that place a duty upon to do wonderful things toward in themselves, nnd tho growth in gution that ho can do so. to score it to rarmlng implements or the rnw creasing pensions to soldiers, and this direction has boon marvelous; Morton nbout the saloon ho line slaughtered poorTaunor for try but bolter than the new forges, T. Bring your Wutcucs, Clocks: materials used in tholr mnnufac- T fa... - ...M. . "l"",cu '" "nmiingioii. fllig m uu wnuitlitjr--'m'"m- 5 factories and mines is tno ronort . ..l... .WW. .1... .W4 IVimttlllKl Ihm ATTORNEYS AT LAW. rri iri .me to liob Ruck, opposito MitShnw'si 4. Thnt ten urn mnnt ilnnnlo in. noes not seeiuiilioy promlsou to roiigiausiy ou of increased production of io pay mnuli attention to their servo tho Civil Service laws, nnd and breadstuffs. Tho south beef grocery, in uuck juros', and nt 'crested In the carrying out of the Ill OKU A If, - - - KENTUCKY now raiiery, However. Thoro is money yet nil of Harrison's appointments has the capacity to feed itself will repair thorn ns a auovo resolutions than wo nro In in tho saloon business at the na- to otiico iinvo been from tuo WILI.aklend lo all builneaenlruati) the success of nny political party. np20 without drawing on its income workman should. tional capital and, as an exchaugo Office Furniture Factory, Thous- from cotton. Tho sonth's value political gangs. Wm. Rlinir, of Hickman county, DKIMIN1T YIIVH MO.IEVI remarks, no man can seo a dollar ands of Republicans In the North of agricultural products for 188S noy8.78 was a delegate to thin convention, furthor tlmu tho second highest sec theso broken promises, and was $800,000,000, against $571,000 - Becauso Indirectly you add to and tho CouiUBR knows that it officer of the republic. rebuke it through tho ballot box. 000 in 1870, whilo 1889 will proba- the circulating medium of the did his big farmer's heart good to Democrats throughout the coun- bly show $900,000,000 to $050,000,-000- - country, nnd thoroby you holp New BiiHluewi or tho IMfo CenipiuiIvH in Kcutuclcy ATT0UNEY-AT- applaud this speech and thoso resThe peoplo of Mississippi nre try hare great cuuso to rejoice, Tho vuluo of the bouUi's your neighbor and yourself. Cowjlll'i Uri t"toiJ (Offlc.i becoming nlurmed at the rapidly because light is breaking in every live stock is now $575,000,000, ami TcimrNMCo ComblHCtl Tor 1888. olutions. Recause u increasing population of ignorant direction. The Democracy stands whilo in 1879 it was $391,400,000. and can take bunk is in good shape III OK MAN, KY. care of your mouer blacks, and are agitating tho ques- squarely upon tho doctrine that The pro Juction of grain rose from better than you can, and it will be Tub Court of Appeals has detion of a constitutional conven- "unnecessary taxation js un- 421,074,030 bushels in 1880 to Courla of tb Will practice In all Numoer safer than at homo. Nw limine! cided that an estate is good for ATtraft Amount. Flrtt Judicial Uiilrlot. tie tion. Senator Ooorgo is In favor just taxation," and this doctrine company. of Axent. bushels in 1888, nud this in Ky and Tenn. Recauso it costs you iioHiIng a well proven promise to pnv. EQUITAIILB ier AfnL rmarlSl of holding a convention while is bound to winbofoie the peoplo, year will probably show over 080,- - and you can got any I.1FB $S,0tlJ,322 $101,000 it day, when Albert R.Tnlbolt, of Paris, proved New York Llf 08 3,709,00 Senator Wathall is opposed to tho wiionever mo day shall come lliat 000,000 bushels, an Inoreuso of wanted. WS.872 that his grandmother, promised Mutual Oenefil 33 A0o0,070 8J.8I3 movement. The latter claims that the peoplo of the Noithern States nearly 250,000,000 bushels. Recauso if nil tho idle money in him $500 to refrain from the uso Provident Bating 1,814,000 'il 07,18.'. it would bo u useltiss oxpouse and can bo brought to see that the old 20 1,730,171 Fulton county was deposited in of tobacco and tho executor is or- Union Central MOTi TIIKNOUTU'M ACUVITY. no evils exist that It would bo war Issues are over, and that the that North Wexlern 21 1,630,802 Tho Orlclnal Wins. 60,687 tho bunk, it would make tnonoj dered to pay tho amount. C. K. S'niiaoiit, St. I.oul., I'top' able to remedy. Moro tlmu n ma- Democracy means only to reduce Mulual Life 'M 1,230,600 3'J.UIH Great enterprises aro crowding plentiful nnd yoa und your neigh. I.A.SImmanl.lrMllclnt,Kti'it 10 Manhattan 010, II I jority of tho peoplo who possess the 01,011 upon tho peoplo 8fi. In lh. U. S. Court di.at J. in tho 11 I I ,ni)7 023,050 A OHIOAao girl got tipsy and Waiblnutnn ll.tilln. 1'rcin'f A. tl. Simmon. I.I.. the elective frnnchiso uro Ignorant now Imposed by tho unequal and, one upon another so rapidly a gen- uorcouiuniwaysgotltnsneoded. r Hrsul.tor, li.t'J lijr Zcllln leoS. South that no ouoean take Life 12 601,120 frnliif nn tlin Rtritet trim! to lrln Aetna 60,118 negroes, nud if Congress should therefore, Iniquitous tariff laws. I. A. . L. M. far 47 jit 20 817,200 eral view of tho wholo situation 26,800 ASIAN IIIUS ailV SOll IIS lini- nrv tiimi tlmt nnaiiml. Tli hnvn 1'eun. Mutual catrd iNUiOi.noM.h. IliLiobanit, pass nny or the election Bchpmes United 16 463,2115 30.V18 without being nmnzod at tho mag- "My son don't bo un offlco sooker. all enjoyed it nnd tho girl was Conu. Slates i.rri,icK iiiaiiaciii.i.o.t that havo boon proposed by Re- - Gov. Huckner Ims Mutual ArraTir. Soua Stomach, Ktc. 13 202,60. 23,607 iter, l ii, Htami, appointed nitude of the revolution that Is iu Let the oftlco seek you aud then having all the fun Bho wanted till Union Mulual M, K. 8 01,803 H,85U puiiiican members, a number of Cl.urch,A(lmi,'loo., nillc.l- -l progress. The Daltlmoro Manu- dodgo. You havo to tnko yonrl a clerical looking cuss camo nlong. mo Houtiiem States, whero the Judge Wiley J. Macoy, of Hnrt snuuid u,iiort your ne Den ata Dut Total 860 licnuinc hi, a. $21,302.31(1 negroes nre in the majority, would county, to fill tho vacancy caused facturers' Ilocord of last week hat off too much, Keep your hat1 He resentod tho advances of tho EQU1TAUI,E LI cr iltdirjn. I have 19 6,003,322 $101,000 aointilmet had to tuballtul bo compelled to takoau'tion for by tho resignation of Reubou A. contains reports of tho organiza- on nun no a man, wig potatoes, fair kisser and fighting her off your Mtd. tni.' "ZcllU't tion of a greater number of gigan- drive oxen, saw wood, cut bait, with all his power, yellod for tho 13 Companlei clnt, but It don't anawer the CtUUM Of courHe, tho Miller, as State Inspector and 80 $ 62,600 f 10,207,021 tic enterprises than over boforo hunt frogs by moonlight, nnd buy police, win- - ramo nnd ran the girl purpoat." only remody would bo an educaWoAx Or. J. II. Graret, Editor TU This is an oflleft ereated In one The tuperior form of policy and eonductlnic Ibe nafilii, MrmphU, Ttnn. tional qualification for electors, by tho hist Legislature, nnd the made public striking wook. Ono an old cellar und retail It out lor in. Next morning nho was fined Erjullahle, and ila luptrlor finanoial ayileni of corn U need buMntiM detlied by lb I received a n.ekaira of voiir and preference of lh of tho most features is post holes, but don't wear your $5 and costs. This is probably etrtanlh nud Mississippi, along with other salary is $3,000. Tho duties make tho liouvy Investments of Kastorn patience. ami boots Mtdlclni, nj havtuteil hallof IL moat mllafuctorily. out by going, tho first instanco on record of n people number of matured Tonllno 1'ollolea paid lo Iho llvlnj In 1883 It wuifcalik a chum. I trim nq 1 he Southorn Stutcs, would hardly tho officer subject to tliolordor of and especially Now England capwaa greater Ntlrr I.lttr Iltfulttor and cr. iu uiu ijuai. unicu lour times a day, woman oonig mid mr Kissing n than (or any pretloui year. taloly uu mow of Zcllln' mulur hesitate to nvull herself of tho the Governor to examine"! tho ital, which is pouring Into the expecting always to got a man, und tho individual who causA. T. WIMBERLY, Agent. only rosourco loft to prevent books of Stato aud comity, offi South as It formerly did into tho yellow ouvelopo filled with a two ed It to bo done deserves tho overI1YRON 8IIHLDON. Spoclnl Acont. domination. ciate. thousand dollar ofllco. Ex. Weet. rating contumely of bis follows. J. M. QUINN, 00111 Agent, Mityllolil, Ky. Tho Slierninii-clcctioti-blwill bo the great political issuo boforo tho Incoming Congress. Tho States Kmnim NATURAL (HAM TllEKEi Proof of Its Exlatonoo in Jwnsi General Mwm Hem. a r.viR Jessamine county has just tried Heavy snowstorms in Colorado last the Now York Tribune, says nud Ncbrnska blockaded trains the new method of holding a primary elootiou for the Is HQ tOJIMKKCIlI. KP tvowiair, E Jj M new-syste- A" DOUGLASS BROS ntl'MRI! 1 I Faius Paiikek, i'ob-mr- j, l d -- RAMAGE, !a-,"- r.nd blue-gras- i 1 IT ltniWBIII! K fTr .lohs Witting I l, GROCERIES HICKMAIT! TTtlAI ... . w. Family groceries. diestelbiiiSk. p n STOI Eitlt Rock-botto- J. F. GRAY'S, m What to Buy? As-su- A. F. p Vice-Preside- ui mm, . s.--d r so-call- exist-Harriso- n Vice-Preside- H con-tlnu- o Vico-Pruslile- .- -- jI. THE EQUITABLE! ILA. &R. TYLER . Urst-clu- spoils-huntin- g Easiest for Agents to Work. n. s. iuiiiiell, IAW. 032,-000,00- 0 D THAT FIGHT i Sim-mo- n. itufl-f- or r. 1.1 live-inc- h no-r- o If .- - - ,V. .' .' i .j mi wiflnr jlr r'' ii M. i ha f- - iHfili jrC,Lrasa - " iw-.J- i -- 'TaPWaayT!!l7-rT ) . yHfTPff''BTTfnBwif '5BP ItVB 4.' ?nr L...'J ! JJrfT ft 'l--- THE 4 J$Ji W irT? .amBmwi i; IS OH! m ra. TWf "Bl US. That is, our RACE with competitors, w- -- V tsi ll'n ". jJLJC;JC:.i taiin-.?Xmmff- ..." ATA.IIK. .awn". KJ-JtJt:';- in which we are Awe Winners, and our a.M.MBmmaaa.a.aaBmMaw. atf-a- on High Prices, which will be fought to the bitter death! ,. .aw--. ;.. -I-fc.. ifv? rc-.' ts3 "'s' afp1 . WT. 9 m?aEa..i:,sisz;; wiMii 'i' w.. 'flk 3ae 'U i JE?3K:,SiXi'.. TTiTwim'QiH V awl SMbv wa, !Mh '! n Our Heu ' t Fall I All t m 6i.mx'K!; Goods are Sw 2 !W - -- ' . tk ' - gai i. - Tauy ssas "ew ? S -,. HjtllJfc XV4itKt -- a! ,'SP "V!. r 'ifeSr and in such (iitintiiics that we would have to buy the Courier to enumerate them. The Leading Jeweler! BURLINGAME.1? Tho Largest and Dost dtook of 11 Watches, Clocks, F V Ik aeaiiBB A Spectacles, Musical Jewelry, -- (o)- Instruments TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. unusually Short olTicer, attempted a joke on some ladies Chicago, Nov. fi. Somo comhnffi mutt be fattened on la.t week who were on Iheir way to Hick has corn, lint corn i. onij i piiiii. man, by entrusting lo one of tbem note ment whloL tren causod by the serRev. Dr. Blydon, the much of lo Ihe county jailer, which was In fact mon nJ 1 U probably best lo feed very nearly a jail mittimus, commanding noted colored author and preacher it a passible. these of the Kentucky Lodco, Knights of the Inearslallon humorist bearers. If return delivered it tho third Presbyterladles mtt Ihe on their Four or five new trlii 11 Is net safe to predict hie fale. Hut ian CliBchSmiday night, of which Honor, rated Members member are to be Utllmtii. it f expected that they laid It en with a Dr. Wjthrtw is pastor. Dr. Bly-de- n are raquesied loaliend. Thlt order Is In ffillingha.nl took tho position that the a flourishing condition throughout Ibe colored ptoplo in this country M. King will preach Unittd Kl.lcf. Rev. R. his fsrewell sermon at Ihe Methodist should be noved back to Africa. The rreslilont of the Mo. chnrch, Sunday. He has been pastor of Ho argued that it was a mistake tnn. 4. 0.,RlriiJ thre coneeeutlve to think that tho negroes did not tbe lllekman church iMion Monda;, toUltlos years, and la one of Hifor btsl beloved ptVor krjew of not Icbs to go tut tint rati far bullillns (be lctts sua ever in charge of ibie congregation, being wai 2M)in He, Texas who would be rttlrttd from HUkmia to tho bigliUndt In all respects a kind hearted, benevolent than to start at once, and more of Uuti D.ivl. gentleman, The. good will of our whole willing many more ia North and A new and large lot of Spec- eomiaunlly will attend him in his new thanifl wherever Ihe tacles just received at Buck Dros. work assign bin. approaching cooferenoa Sou Carolina. nay Bpectacle cases free. auglO Ttti KAKTIKtllAKK AT BrXTKK, MIMAOUKI. Our stook of Clothing this sea1 kind, ef Ug hit iiiioi, anj Hickory nuts, pecans, mid BALTZER "' A humorist It is no trouble to show goods, and wo will feel proud to have you call and see ?omind ' t in, " u i i & jarsiM of Jordan, not an rest nkk0ea. SHAW. The tn 1FZJE1.ES, Mutual Life &M XjiZZE!- Company, Insurance I H wnloheeooiu. 3rvo Him a, "Trictl! elerk, waa Injaied, on the railroad, near Celqmbla, Tenn., rUturday lat. IU are thought lo he aerlnaa bat nol II. wae carried to Madl.oatlll. on Tuetdajr, and la reported oat of danger. Mr. 0. I). Klngmnn, postal son surpasses fll. Wo axe 10jw Eady roil FALL THABJH., AN I.M.M1.X8K of Union City. In operation rome-Ihterer fonr yeara, haa bulll 69 sew bouMi, beilde loaning money to relief e othtrt prerlou.ly morlgaged, a a elllien of lllcknian, who Ineeatlgaled tlila week, reparta. Tho Building and Loan Asso-elailo- o ni tern The Hickman Collego has eol-It- ti and received by lh truitrts. It la understood that tbe contract for tha fence, parem.nl., fie, III a li lei, and everything In rtadl-nfar Ihe comiaeneemeal of aehool In January. completed, e WITH TIIK 1HGGKST AND GRANDEST STOCK OF to lifndqnnrterp, nt se20 l'ou anything in our line, como Smith, Ellison & Co. (SLOTHING, DRY 608BS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, Is stated that a worthy cit lit f lltoimcn ularlad for Full n Month; !:), !s itfead tbe Melhedlet Annual Cosrerrnee which eoiumenca In that city on Ibe 13th Ther ia nothing like being on lime; Hie entertainment haa bees pro vldtd for. rrporti a rumor of the marriage of Mr. Ab Campbell; and in Ohio liny are (tag l"g 'Ihecam-eare coming, There la no cleverer youug man than Ab. CiinpMI, and If be i married lh CoUlt-i- n wl.be. bins long life, happineia and U bo-b- o ho-hs- " It The Crutchfleld Golden Itule VALISES, &c, EVER Wo BHOT7GHT liac TO HZCS1A2T I prwpirlly. For Hats. Cups, Gonta Fnr- nlsliiug Goods, Trunks, Valises, Itnhhcr Goods, Notions, &., go to e27-t- f searclictl the markets over for Bargain, iin.l f,ar found Ihem, anil wo ofTer you 1 BALTZKB & HlIAW'H Bargains in Every Department! That our price are alwoystlio lowest; that we let no house tinUr!oU lAin Aaaoclatloni In Philadelphia; 2M at, Chlrt: lh loSlat Paul aad Mlnneapo. and I'; Z'iO In the 5000 Inof Minneiota,epera. tuccetsfal allegrlher over Hon In ihe United Blatea. Thy have don more lo (tcare home for tbe poor than the U. 8. homealaaj law a. There are 450 Buil(Ilng aud Don't n; that wo JF'ojrez&'t cll thr very lcht good for tho money; that yon can always get what you want from hi, ns wo keep Our reputation is made on our tock full nl nil times. llicMi piiiil, and wc shall keep it up. GOME AND our Slock I SEE US! ter hustlo nround there and get watchone of those fluo es, guaranteed to wear for fifteen 3 cars, by paying $1.00 per week nov8-t- f for -- 0 weeks. Tho editor of tho Columbus gold-filled a gobbler fattening for Thankigivlng day, but her alx year old boy, with a com p.nlon, managed lo gat the Inrkey onl 20 acre parcels of land, and then ad of Iba coop, cut It. Ii.ad off, and had dug on verll.e Ihe same throughout the Northhale In which I bury il, when ibe Irate western 8i.tr. German colonies were mother happened on lo ihe obaeiuie. ihns induced into 8impson and Logan Tile it not Important, but true. counties, this Slate, by such methods, and and causing the counHave you joined Buck Bro'a Iheyar prospering, prosper. Watch Club! If not you had bet- try around thsm lu ii A good Hickman mother had Dexteb, Mo., Nov. 2. Tho earthquake shock hero last night vas the most violent nnd destructive In tho history of tho town. The bank building, just completod at a cost of several thousand dol ly l a big railroad line running out o' lars, is a complete wreck. Other St- Lcnls ssuth. He la also a big owner1 brick buildings Buffered moro or In Ihe St. Louie and New Orleans bar; less. New proofs of damago aro line, and Jay Oould wouldn't live OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. every hour. Interest in bis barge line, eo far aa uk-In- g being discovered money carrying freight la concerned, Windows nro broken and glassfor all his railroad la worth. In fait tbe ware In stores jarred from tho barr line help pay the rnnntng expenses shelves mid broken. Pcoplo af- ANOrllKst KAIMtOAIS FaS of bis road and always baa money to spare. frighted ran from their houses inPadueah 8tanJrd. to tho streets and several ladies 81. Loeti A large selection of Overcoats fainted. A charter through Georgia for which we will sell very low. Call KausaB City, Chattanooga and aud examine A stock of Gents the Port o25-J. Amdeko's Sons. Ftirnisliiig Goods, Hats and Caps, been Royal Railroadbyhas recently Representapplied for (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) An exchange says that every aro nov ready for the market, at ative R. L. Gamble. The road laid newspaper In Ihe Btate abould publish the extremity low prices, at ont is a direct line from Kansas fact ibalv burnt corn Is it sure euro for hog J. Amiierg's Sons. City to Hickman, Ky., Columbia, cholera, and adds.- "It was first discoverTenn., Tullaboma, Battlo Creek ed br the burning of a pile of corn be out nnd AoeeB KrouESTiesr. longing to a distillery at Peoria, Illinois. Gap, Wall View, Chattanooga, Red JUST OPENED, with now STOCK,solicited. out. Fine, stylish BIGS reasonsble. Patronage Il wae thrown to Ihe hogs and ealen by Clay, thenco up Gonncsauga river (from Ihera. Ilehra lhal time a number bail As the day for the meeting of to Polk county, and thenco along been dying each day with cholera, but Ibe dtnease immediately disappeared. Il la the Democratic State Executive Ocoo river to Ducktown, Mineral Bluff, Hiawnsseo Town, across aa simple a rsmedy that ll can be easily Commlueo approaches, tho urnal tried feels it to bo Its duty to Narcoocho Valley to Augusta and The best stock of Children's repeat the warning giveu a few Port Royal. School Shoes over kept in this days ag! touching tho proposed call for it convention The City of Bowling Green is town, can bo found at 1 o25-J. AMimita'a Sons. to nomii tto a Clerk of tho Court threatened with a suit which may of Apr? ds. Nothing could bo result in depriving her of ber TH Tho Now Golden Rule, an ad moro Injudicious, both upon gen- beautiful Fountain Park or in comvertising publication at Crutrhneld, this eral and particular grounds. For pelling her to buy off the claimants county, complain, that tbe Cousie never twenty threo years tbe precedent Tho Tennessee heirs of tho donor knew the editor of the Qsldan Itule until he visited Hickman and got drunk, d.rry, has beea, established in favor of claim that tho site of tho Park but bow could wa help U when the Golden late, as against early, conventions was civon to tho county for tbe Tho fret, and chief general ob specific purpose of erecting and Kule nn eaw gllmmerlngty jectlonin tho present instance to keeping np a aud fir to tt. rightofof kin, JWrr u Ik. Ml bin. nil early convention, is that it will other county buildings, and that tU9r ta lb. ftvat ef aim. And rlprtMrlaiialr tbanlml nsscmbletn the midst of tho ses- when thoy wore removed nnd tho Our clever and sprlghitr neighbor must sion of tlie General Assembly, property ceased to bo used for I iorae again offering great temptations and op- that purpose, it reverted to tho Some citizens aro agitating portunities for tho trailing of votes heirs of tho donor. the enterprise of German colony lo set for legislation, and tor tho under t. tle on Ihe hill lands below Hickman, on prcssnro of influences and applianTho great daily papors are Ihe proposed Illinois Central the line of filled with columns of slush about tbe lo Memphis. The plan Is lo get tbe option ces more or less corrupting and hard-carn- al to-d- ay one-hal- all former lines. Everything new in styles and goods. Perfect fitting, aud prices can't bo equalled. Smith, Ellison & Co. Jay Gould is interested largef 0 0 COMPANIES IN The Largest Number Insured, I'Ail 158,309 Policies. r 'U.LLl-.- L Amount of Assets, '.a'. $120,082,U:; 6 e The Largest Amount Returned to (sine Organization), 272,48I,a,19 82 Tho Largest Annual Returns to 14,727,550 22 The Largest Annual Income from Interest and Rents, 7,771,024 77 The Largest Annual Income from all Source. AM, cash, 20,216,932 52 INSUKANCK IN FORCE AT HICKMAN AciEKOY, G4,500 00 "No purely Mutual Lifo insurance company has ever failed. How unwise to work and wait thirty years or mora for an inheritance of two, five, or (en thousand dollars, when inheritance would, by means of life insura sum less than the taxes on tho and onward through life a more liberal aud more reliable inance, secure from heritance. Paron. Thc-Largc- OF EXCEEDS ITEaTrV: ALL OTHER I'olicy-liol&r- YORK, HICK-MA- well-select- Iiw Lfrtiy HICKMAN, Stable, for hire xt - , KENTUCKY, C.erUr-Joara.- Courier-Jo- KINGMAN & BOMAR. mid-wint- 4 ' court-hous- e I Qo u rjter 0 ffi ee ' Job .'- - corrupt. Kohum Ilnspcet Wo miaranlee Kitisfaetiou, nnil ) Y wo can pleuso you. Don't fail to examine ) our Stock lx.foro buying I (miL4 S. K. DAVIDSON, ('BqS 39 3E 3W OK H. (Offleo OT.rCowitllt'f m GKJ , t)ru( Sior,) lllckman Kuturky. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. II. 0. Rnniagu left Monday plfU for H.liltw, Mlif , lo Indulge la fw djri hunt. ileal Tebblo Olnflsefl. commenced at th. Chriitlan Church, Hun-da- y night, conducted I'jf Kldor Carter. Huck Hroa U tho placo to hnvo your eyefl toHtnil nnil fitted to tho A protrnctod meeting will ho nuglO of I he World', l'alr will probably Ui et ll.d by Congrtia toaio line In January. Tho question or to tho location Tho aliundiiut corn crop cnimo will iiiik. Ju'ir cum lb Fullnn county farmer to paraplirait: " 'tp, MI loimr.t. ilr)'. " Ami nicest mid chonpoHt For tho ImdlcH Wriipn, go to rlir rili Jim No 0l!Mt paper. .1. AMIIKIIrt'R Sonh. hiiHlnoBrt iiihii in fully no qualnled with lh new. of I lie day until tin ha rend ilia adivrtl'lnf column of bit proctamatluu ..lllux mid Tburaday, Ihe 2sih of IbU iQontb, ua a day of ua'loo- I rrt'dldont HiiirlHon lias ianuod thaukaglTlni. A mngnlllooiit lino of Dross Goods. Tho ludieu must bo auro to uoo them. Smith, Ellihon & Co. Elder K. V. Mnlinu. of Clinton College, will occuiiy T.ller rlemmlQ'ii pulpit nl Hie HaptUt Church Sunday luurulog andnlsbt- Ia this county, on the Clh insl., by Elder tho Government fiscal year has passed, yet in that timo over half It 8. Flemmlng, Mr. I Herring nnd Mrs. of tho appropriation for moetlnc Fannie Scearc. expenses of witnesses in Federal Tho merchant or manufaclur- HAlve. Hiteklen'a conrt, $900,000, has been ex- The Best Salvk Arnlc world for Cuts, In tbe Tf Jit. wit vlobwura, kll. liWI U do u . large and aueccufnf bualneaa pended. while l adhering to the popular method, of half Hands, Chilblains, OvEtt $000,000 worth of horses borss, Teller, Chapped Wk aro headquarters for Boots. a century ago, will be dlaanpolnted. Any Corns nnd all 8kin Eruptions, and post, individual or firm who (a unwilling to Wo carry the very best makes, at have bcon sold In Fayette, Soott lively cures Piles, or no pay required, it aet ai.1 haaa wbIiI. mblapa Mtrtwee nnd Harrison oountlos during tho is guaranteed to give pereel satiafactlon. lowest price. put hi. methods to the want of his age, past throo weeks, anil tho total or money refunded. Price i!5 cents per Smith, Ellison & Co. box. Sotnn Iliukimin ladles enjoyed win never aucceea. salosof fine horseflesh for Ken- gist For sale by J. W. Cowgill, DrugThcro an .xeurilon lo Uolumliua on the Oorern-m.Tub finest display of DRESS ing as lo Ibe is some talk commenc- tucky during tho year nmouut to approaching municipal elecatramer, l'ala Kama, .Monday, and .OOO.OOft GOODS, and at reasonable prices, tions, enough lo indicate that there will lime. bad a In there be J. AunEna'g Sons. any two ticketsthnl the field. If etlitenare It is snltl that Ilorr Krupp, the Hteckkelilcrtt' Meeting. carthqunko perceptibly at Tho Is Ihe average positions (elt at iilcimmi iaitweek did mmaid.rabft By erdercf ! lizard of rire.tnr of Tiio proverbinl bad boy got in Juslinsd in not wanting, they are that of great guu lnRiinfaoturer of employs 20,000 men in the Mississippi Itiver Lsvse Company, a damage at Dexttr. Mo., lumhllag down Ihe his ugly work on Hunday night last by clly councllmen and school trustee, and new bank and other building. Iretrhinir wire aoroni Ihe new plank yet eaoh Tear, soma bow or some nay, the Ha works at Essen, Is preparing called mealing of the Stockholders of said Company is made to be held at the office are Hlekman, and tripping racket Tailor's bills by buying walk In Kiltrey returned from chnrch. sounded,gels started, the on to Ihe hilt to. locate a large plant near Pitts- ol A. l. Kingman, Hlokman, Ky., on SatSave and Ihe fight le aa burg, Pa. In raso of a goneral urday, Nov. Uih, 1889, al 2 o'olock, p. m. A May Ihe good stiiousu & imoa pekpeot in nleoyeung lady got abe a splendid (oka and lo tbe rather severe fall A. (5. H0LME3. eWe'y. t would tl.la Graces bridge this eommunity over this Etilppean war he wants to be in a FITriNGOLOTIIINO.nt position to manufacture guns for fifw policeman tw lilt SB if tbvM p:;c:!u!!jr ssd quietly this yesr. sc27tf Baltzku & BUAw'S. all nations:. anight In the "look up." GOODS, boautlful An old couple, aged Ciand 07 mooting of and DRESS enough for tho most WrT invito everybody to como bitli-Tlia Callowajr county, tlsped Monto Pica:: Ho Ladios ! yeaia, of stylish day to llllnoli, and were married. They the Miss. Levee company occur Saturfastidious arc to bo found ou and 8cc.ou NEW GOODS. They day, at Judge Kingman office. At this fltil from Interfering certainly t re nice, ns this is the demeeting an exlenainn of the leal lo the Baltzur & Shaw's counters. cision of i II who give them careful yournttontion is uow called to my The Young Men's Christian Mo.. Tenn.&O Hallroad Company will largo and elegant lino of Judge Naylor, on Monday, Is- inspection and it is really astonishA..uu:.ltuQ am. it th: iiapiH L'hurch U tOr.iMsrjJ.tr.d ether natter: :f tapor Sunday cTeuIng 3 o'clock. Next weak ii tsne. The leiteera claim that bey can sued a warrant for tbe arrest of Mr. Jamee how low thoy can bo bought. art apart aa a weik of prayer for young build ibe leveo within the next twelve Kppersoo. who haa been a clerk In Ibe ing bouse of Price Maupin, Crutchfleld, this consisting of every Shape and J. Amiiero's Sons. month. If Ihe leane le extended. men. county. Maupin, It ia said, claims to have had in tho market. Color to sufllclout to A subscription The Crinin trial don't soem to Tho goodsbowere bought with an We carry tho boat lino of Shoos missed from $800 lo $1,300 In goods and build a handiome new Melbodtal Church in town Mens, Boys, Ladies, Miss- money. Young Upperson Is of good fam- bo dotooplng convincing aud at Cayco ha Ixen aecurvd. It will be es and Ohlldrou's. When you need ily, and heretofore of good chsraoter him- convicting circumstances and con- oyo single to tho interest of my built on tho grouud adjoining Frank self. Mr. Maupin is also a good cltlien. necting the acousod with the mur- friends and customers, eaoh of Shoes go to Wall'a properly. It Is yet hoped that satisfactory eiplana. whom, I hope, will And something & Co's. Smith, Ellison lions will be made alike honorable lo all der ns was looked for from tho to suit their taste nnd fancy. NevWi: have AIciih and Hoys Clothconcerned. Judge Naylor, Wednesday opening sfatemont of tho caso by county, Cayco, ing from tho very lowest price to a br.ua hand ofthis Instrument., supportss night, admitted Epperson to ball in tbe tho prosecuting attorney. Unless er boforo Iihvo Mich lovely goods and 12 Low Pricct, sum of $600. thu very finest Suits, and wo tho etnto Is able to produce a been offered nt such one iudnlgo lo challenge Ibe bet band In tbe nnd never before could de.il stronger and more Ihe premium. Monday night county for perfect fit and flatisfuctiou. Extha-fin- k Patent FLOUR, groat proof of their guilt than has so freely their own Bweet fuucy, Ihe Cayco band serenaded the cilUene of Choice J. Amiikiki'h Sons. Codec, (Roasted und Green); and the good people of that town Moscow, been adduced bo far tho trial will there being no limit.a full and You will also find In no way can you bring nn showed Iheir appreciation by a bounteou Now Orleans Molasses and Sugars, provo a roiserablo farce. Tho lino of Novelties; nlso important matter before a community bet- supply of cigars, elder, and other good and n good line of Fuucy Groceries murder of Dr. Gronin is iikoly to rpoxh from John T. on hand, and will bo sold as low as thins., including ter Ihau through n local paper. Mo forall kinds of Fancy Work. go uuavongod for some time. in the community la more worthy Urw, So. A handsome Stamping outfit with any house. of a liberal aupport. Mrs. Prioo, whoso son murderwhich stamping can bo douo ou se27-2r- u KUrtCPNT. J. Amiiuuo's Sons. Tho Fulton County Educa ed ShsrilT Wlnlarn, of Hlokman county, This Ii what you ought lo have. In fact, short notice. Tho Cairo Telegram of last you mint have It, to fully enjoy life tional Akaoclittion conrenra at Montgom- and who wa uuder aentenee of ImprisonAn invitation in hereby extendt of ment for life for aiding and abetting her Sunday contains the following Interview Thousand are searching for ll iltlly, and lire mile, ery ed to each and nil to give me a call. on in ill murder, hae been pardoned by with "Wlllara Davis, a Michigan ruan and mournlof. because they Unci it not. Thous Hickman, ou lire liilnl natunlay In Nor decrepit with age one of tbe eolooy whiob hae been located' and. upon thousands of dollars are spent ember. All friend, of education hulled, Ihe Governor. Bbe AII IF Ii. JONJKM. disease, and the petition asking for lumber hope in -- Our elegant SILK PLUSH and pardon wa signed by many of the al Ward, the site of the big these columns,s annually by our peopleboom.ihe And yetthat spoken of frequently In It her they mar attain this AnENTIOMjJVEnYBODY! 8ACQUES and WJIAPS, as well best clllieni, iDoludTug Judge Handle and Without assuming to say so positively, may be had by all. We guarantee that wealth Attorney Cropland, The Deiuoorat Is inclined to think the Ele'ctric Hitters, If used according to ill us OLOAKS and Wraps of all Common Having bought out the Clark Ilakery nnd Telegram is mistaken in regarding New and ihe use persisted In, grades, should bo seen to bo apGrocery, 1 will ho pleased lo see nil Wb are headquarters lor Jeans, Madrid as a point to which Ihe lumber reciion'y Good Dlgentiou ami oust will the bring & Shaw. preciated. my old friends nod customer. IUltzeb Flannels, Linboyd, Yarns, BlankcU oompany'e railroad will eventually he demon P,ipepal and install Instead Wo recommend Elcctrlo Hitter lrt'HlAlM'ityH onCulcuH, Tho investigations promised Comforts, Domestics, Prints, Ac. built. Charleston at least, has been led lo believe that ll will get the roid eventually. for Dyrepsla aud all disease of Liver. Iluntlt In last week' Cousict as to tho natural Call and oxamino tliow goods Uut if New Madrid aud Hickman nnd Klomaih and Kidney. Sold al 60a and BST Delivery Urend Wagon will vlelt gaa well, at Jamen Hayoti, arc given in whore. buying else Charleston, all three, got It, there will be $1.00 r bottle st J, W. Cowgill' Drug you every ily. thi week' paper, from the Charleston M. MKTHBNY. Hills kliklog." Charlt.loa Dtuoorat. Dior. fate If J. Amimhm'h Sons, pemecrTtt, lb fitil la will subitantialcd, with a high official ol the Iltinol Central wh a.eeried thai hi. Company Intended locsnoi.nc. lh. butldUg of lh rallioad from Cairo, via Columbue and Hickman, Xc4 lo Memphis, without delay, and that the care would be moving on aald road by July t, 1S90. report, having had an Interview Hickman and Kansas City railroad haa been incorporated, and is booming around In the railroad news columns of the great dally pspsrs. (See extraot In thU paper ) There la a from the great railroad Interest lo he aervrd by ihe railroad connections at or near Hickman, and all these railroad charters and surveys show that the rail road world realise It. They are shaping :!:: cp en psrjr. -- zi 5i7 reach lerra 6rma by and by. Olobe-Itemoer- al Como and see our large and beautiful stock of Ladies and Gents solid Gold nnd Silver Watches. Wo will not bo underBUCK BROS. sold. Tho Port Royal, Chattanooga, young ladles are the daughters of Amerl can millionaire, but exactly Ihe inpor. lance of such marriages aa to demand eo much newspaper psc, the Uoimtea ioe I !! nol understand. There ire thousands and thousands of Amerioan girls every year marrjlng forelngners, some of which re- etilt happily and some theconlrary, probWe will sell our entire stock of ably about the same ratio as when tbey Gold-Plate- d Jewelry at first cost, wed home boys. To nee n homely phrase for themselves a until the 20th of November, to If these girls makeon il," and Its no hard bed they must lay body mnko room for our largo stock of eiiieu uarnej business. as a rulf, bo removed as far as possible, from legislative bodies. marriage of Miss Huntingdon to l'rlnee ihe Nominating conventions should, Hatxfeld, andPrlnee engagement of Mies Caldwell to Murat. These two Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to f jr, execute Job Work with neatness V'W - jL t Look Oo s t ! Look and desnateh. Bill Heaclsl Letterl Heads, safe Uhristmas Goods. nov8-2BUCK BROS. Note Heads, Statements, I But a little over a quarter of nAKRIED. Envelopes, Bali Tickets, Business Cards, !.: TI.-- .I k!y. ITI- -a C-- fl Ilk-..- M wagglSsV' If .1 rjast 9 'dLdtaeffik &c. &c. ADVEETISINa Oturolnmn, onyrr-Outvhftit column omimuiwhim. UlMMhtirvll at New Crop Louisiana Molasses J. Amdeug's Sons. EATSS. , , firooo 0 0t 6 COUNTRY iMiODiTCK, We will pay the highest price for Country Proilue?, Also, you can always find a fresh supply of Butter, Eggs, Chickens, &o.. and a general iins'of family Groceries, ut our store inEast Hickman. HELM BROS. -- so mi vwluiuu eer-- .. . tom-to- .. of oao la,!, !( ttMivtf mtif Rjttltlonat tuvwrlron. chunc rf ! death-grapp- !': s rj-;- Di?nl, requiring ctitllitg ufcirlumu iuI., vWilIoii1 will niJa. OUtiiari, rvn.IiillMsi( hd1 trtbalet of rvtpclt vlll to cLs.rsrd fjrat thrrate of 5 tmft rer Mn. nr- - wrtk; forMnv Loral notlcft Klrtnlf pr tl matUr cuotlmiM, & null pr lin tmcX ta. stock-holder- s j se27-t- f ' tona-lnla- Look at This! llf. ml I New Fall. Millinery, If yin want Pulr, If louo.ul CnTilope. ir ,u ut IllllllfaJ., If J"1 Ul!ttli.4l.tf, Tho undersigned, commencing business If jrou w.at Lellrr If .... -- .ui :;vi li.i.ri. in Hickman. onlrMlia nliar. of trade, If rvu nl lluilnrw Cunli., proposing to do a square, straight busi IT you M Milling 0rJ, 1111 Inilulloaf, ness, giving as raru possible value If yon oli ml iteiv transaction, If too want flillait Ta(f, and In If yu waul tlMlnt.rirt.lar. dealing in no sensstions. A full supply In r.l, If jroa JOB PSIKTIUft f of Family Grocer I el kepi, and sold hi as crtptlon. tl.tii.ln . m.riit iU.iNclury iuDner. you can h yuiir waul. latlaAril ky citing al Ik. low price a any. v, ii. jut i An i. July a No Sensation. pron-lee- ACME HARROW. The Aonio Is the best Ilnrrow in use, aud nt prices as low ns can be bought anywhere. IIKL.M HKOS, so27-t- f Courier Job Office. guur-uut- eo Fresh Groceries. The undersigned having pnrehawd Ihe grocery slock of K K. Csm-- , will eonllntio bu.tneHS al Ihe old stand, nnd proposes to sell ns good goods, and al n low prices nt any. Will appreciate your trade. D B. BRYANT. july5 -- ill-ro- com-plet- o mn-tori- al Hickman, Ky. Ag'ts, DR. A.. A. THARIS Now Book Store. PIIYSICAN AND SURb'EON HICKMAN, KENTUCKY School-Hom- aoutb-eat- I inter-eel- hlsProfesslonnl Service to of Hickman and vicinity Haying purchased Mr. 1 T Oardrer's OrFF.K8 entire alock ol Hook, 8lllonery. Fancy nnllV80 Ooods, Ae.. I will continue to keep on band, at tbe old slanJ. complete line of SCHOOL BOOKS, SAIVI'L L. ISBELL, ATTO UN IIi-oiu- :., bo-fo- re promptly prcumd sp Come ami see his Any of the above sot In stock will be sppllcallon. STATlOSEtr, xSVSPArKRS, XAaAZlNKS, St. lin(A.1, V, KEMTUCKV. promptly atlended All Legal IIuIiie I.an I practice a secially. mitre in Dank building. lo, Iti j CLINT. ELllbOX. IBact- 4 tuar-zv- - ., jtimW GOOD-BYE. HZCUl ' -- O n " ''JSP ifeta j r . 4l ""' n7h nndt'1 prow that devil; andjthat fs i lor lurk of this. i!.v.. ,l Rov. Dr. Tnlmrtffo on n Tour Acroes ni1 npcrsatjr.led many havo put b tho Oooiin. nimln. nth v,loaJsldc wavothat'so mlnuto-t- ho thai sometimes dart wgrlJ, Clnt n Muf In a We're mil-bui- ercry tcsr bo dryj marching through oround, To fairer worul on htnti Aiid Immamifl's THE COMMONWEAliTII. A rromon llmril (ii lll mf Vimr Prist cr ful Jtretngra Via lh Throne) (Inil. rrlciiita-Sri- Milp H nl "i "t Urrellnna ? V d M Kr.u-- Yoiik, om llovitn tiik Citv of .ov. T. DftWltt Vaiih, Oct. IL P.. or llrooklyn, on his Uo Holy Land by tho Ktotkc?Cl(y of Paris addrrsaed his millions of friends through tho pitw, for his text Acts xx, M. "And they Accompanied him unto tho ship." Ills sermon Is printed below at full length: To the more than 2.1,000,000 peoplo In many countries to whom my sermons come week by week, In llnpllsh tongue and by translation, through tbo tho now spapor pross, 1 address theso words. I dlctato them to n thooio of my departure for tho Holy Land, Palestine. When you read this sermon I will I (jo.to bo Rono a-- fow weoks on a rollR-ioiJourney. I go hecvtun I want for myself "and" hearers and readers to Ren Hothlchem, and Nazareth, nnd Jerusalem, and Cahar, and all tlfo Other places connected with tho flavour's HfS nnd death, and so rclnforco myself for horraons. I go, also because I am writing, tho "Llfo ot iCJirlst," and can !o more accurate and, graphic, when I havo liecn on' eyo witness of "tho (lacred places. Pfay.Ior my "successful journeying and my safe" return. ' J wish on tbo evo of departure to pronounce, a loving benediction upon all my fricndSfln high places and low, upon congregations to whom my sermons aro reld'lh'absonco of pastors, upon groups gathered out on prairies and In mining dfitrlctf, upon all sick and Invalid and nged otnes who can not attond churches, butUo 'whom I havolonfr administered through tho printed page. My noxt permoh1wlll be addressed to you from P.omfc, Italy, for I feel like Paul when bqsald: "So, as much as In mo Is, I am reauy o prcacn mo uoipiu m juu unit are at Homo also." The fact Is that Paul was 'ever moving about on land or sea HoVa'snn old sailor -- not from occupation, "but from frequency of traol. I think he could han taken a vessel across tlfo Mediterranean as well as soinoot the ship captains. Tho sailors never scoffed af b'fnf foFbelng a "land'lfibber." lb Paul's advico had beon token, tho crew would never have gone ashore at S0.-TTal-niftR- r, taV-Inir kind-noasV- if steno-prapher1 is if' S ! J ' & fe 1 Vhoh tho essel went scudding under bare poles Paul was tho only Bcsscd man 'on board; and, turning to theTexclted"crewand despairing Scriptures "Hor tho romnasn." NAMES OF PLANTS. lna voico that sounds Let mo give you two or tlireo rules for Allow your appetites and Many or above the thunder of tho tempest and tho voyage. Them At Trueenhls to DUtnt passage. "lie of good passions only an under-dectho wrath of tho sea Cllraet or Famous Mn. to coiuo up on tho Do not allow them cheer." Tho number of countries which have maps promenade deck. '"Mortify your mem- contributed their quota to tho nomenTho men who now go to sea with and charts and modern compass, warned bers which are upon Jtho. partb. Norer clature of English plants is legion. Beliyjhupy and lighthouse, know nothing allow your lower patunrany thing bet- ginning with Franco we havo tho dent 6f tho perils of ancient navigation. ter than a steerago passage. Tet watch- dt lion- lion's tooth whenco wo derlvo Horaco said that tho man who first ven- fulness walk tbo dock as an armed sen- our dandelion. Itio tured on the sea must have had a heart tinel, and shoot down.wlth great prompt- again, which Mr. Dyer thinks was a bound with oak and triple brass. People ness, any thing like 'a mutiny of riotous name applied io tho iris, comes to us appetites. thon ventured only from hcadland-t- o rthrough the Trench Jttur rfd Louit tra headland and from Island to Island, and Ho sure to look oatlot. tho forecastle dition asserting that this plant was worn not until- long after "sp'read tnclr sa,,s for Iceberg. Thesoare. cold Chrlsjlans as adovlcaby King Louis VII. of Franco. fora"ToyasTj across the ?ea. llefore floating about In tiiecliureli. Tho frigid Jtuckw-hea- t is derived from tho Dutch starting tho weather was watched, and xono professors will sink you. Stcor word bofkircil, and adder's tongue from a hauled clear of Icebergs. been having vessel Keep a tho word in the samo languago, addtrttong. up on tho shore, tho mariners placed during all your voyago an account of In llko manner tho namo tulip tho stern of the how many furlongs you mako a day. is traceable to tho word tionlyban their shoulders against off, they at tho last Tho merchant keeps a day book as well ship and heaved It in tho Persian language signifymoment leaped Into It. Vessels were as a ledger You ought to know every ing a turban, ho, too, our Kngllsh word then chiefly ships of burden tho transit nlgbt, as well as every year, how things lilac is nothing moro than an Anglicized of passengori lielng the excepWhen tho oxpress train stops form ot another word in tho Persian tion; for tho world was not then migra- at the depot, your hear a hammer sound- tongue, viz: Mai, A large number ot tory as In our day, when tho first desire, ing on all tho woecls, thus testing tho plants owe their name to those by whom of a man In ono placn seems to bo to got safety ot tho rail train. Hound, as we they wero ilrst discovered and introinto another pjaco, Tho ship from which arc, with icorothan oxpress speed to- duced into other climes. Tho fuchsia overboard, and that ward a great eternity, ought wo not stands indebted for Its namo io Leonard fishier?! Paul was carried prlsonor.went often to try the work of TuchR, an eminent Gorman botanlst.snd " ' ouTchlofly with , tho Idea of takings tho dahlia was so named in honor ot a cargo, as now, so men, vossejs wore "lio sure to keep your colors up! You Swedish botanist named Dahl. A long accustomed to carry a flag. In those know tho ships of Kngland, Russia, list of plant names might bo formed times It was inscribed with tho namo of franco and Spain by tho ensigns they which might bo termed animal and bird a heathen deity. A vessel bound for carry, bometlmcs it is a lion, sometimes prefixes as, for oxamplo, horso boans, Syracuse had on it the inscription aneaglo, sometimes a star, Romntimesa corso cbostnuts, dog' violets and Aog Pullur." 'lho ships were pro- crown.. Let It over be known who you roses; cats' faces, a namo applied to tho vided with anchors. Anchors wore of aro and far what port jou aro bound. Let plant known to botanical students two kinds; thoso that were dropped Into "Christian" be written on tho very as tho viola tricolor; cats oyes, wron-ie- a woro thrown up front, with a figure of a cross, a crown tho sea, and thoso that ehamadryt; cats' tails and cat Into tho rocks to hold tbo vessel fast. an4 a doyej and from the masthead let U known to kins. Tbo goOM-graThis last kind was what Paul alluded to float tbo streamers oi immanuel. Then the country peopl$in Northamptonshire when ho said: "Which hope wo havo as tho plrato vessels of temptation will as pig till, unu !n YurknuSru n namo an anchor of thn soul, but sure and pass you unhnrmed as they say, "Thcro given to a the fruit of tho Cratajus steadfast, and which ontcrcth into that joos aiClirlsUan, bound for the port of is bull horns. Many plant names was Heaven. Wi will not disturb her, for vail." That within tho call a "hook she has too many gum aboard." Hun up havo been suggested by tho featbered sailors tho what and sand- your flag on this pulloy: "I am not race, particularly gooso tongue, cuckoo rocks Tho anchor." buds (mentioned by Shakspeare) cuckoo bars, shoals and headlands, not being ashamcd(of the4Oospl or Christ, for It Is flowers, stork's bill and crane's: bill. mapped out, vessels carried a plumb-lin- tno power ol uouanatno wtidom of Uod They would drop It In and And unto salvation." When driven back, or One of tho popular names of tho arum istbo the water fifty fathoms, and drop It laboring under great stress of weather, "parson in for pulpit," and a Dovonth" Sweet Scabrloses is again and And it forty fathoms, and nnrw changing irom starboard tack to hlr lrm drop It again and find It thirty fath- larboard, look aboe the topgallants, "mournful widow." Tho campion is not oms, thus discovering their near ap- and your heart shall beat llko a war infrequently called "plum pudding,!' proach to the shore. In tho spring, drum as the streamers float on tho wind. and In tho neighborhood of Torquay it summer and autumn tho Mediterranean The sign of the cross will make you pa is not unusual to hear 'fir conos spoken scawaswhlto with the wlnjuof ships, tient, and tno cron will make you of a3 "oysters." Gentleman's Maga zine but at the ilrst wintry blast they Med glad. themselves to tho nearest harbor, alTh AcknowlrCm-n- t ot Errors. yots gam pert you will smell IJclcrc though now tho world's commorce pros- the land breezes of Heaven, and Christ, It Is yery easy to be at fault, either per In January as well as In June, and tho Pilot, will meet you as you came willfully or unintentionally. It is vory allovor tho wide, nlormy into tho narrows ot death and fasten to easy to And an oxcuso for one's self when in deep, thcro float palaces of light, tramp- you, ami ayl "Wh-- n thou vassest '- fs'ilt is pcistcd est. Ittsr.otTary ling tha billows under foot, and shower- through, tho waters i win bo with thee; easy for one lo See that hn is at fault ing tho Jsparks of torrihlo furnacos on and through tho rivers, they shall not wion he is told of the fact. Nor Is It tho wild wind; and tho Christian overflow thco." Aro you ready for such very easy for one to ackowledge frankly tlppctedand shawled, sits under a voyago? Mako up jour minds. The that ho has been at fault without proflooking gang planks aro lifting. Tho boll rings. fering an oxcuso for himself when ho is the shelter of tho smoke-stacoff on tho phosphorescent deep, on All aboard Jo llcaren! This world is told by another that ho has been so. whicrr-i- s written, In scrolls of foam and not vouf ro'st."" Tho chaffinch Is the sil Tkoro Is nothing mpro natural than for flrq:."Thy way, O God, is in tho sea, liest bird in all the earth fur trying to a man to be in error on almost any and Thy path In the great waters'" mako its nest on the risking billow. Oh, point, and to seo why ho was so. Thero It is in thoso days of early navigation howl wish that as I imbark for tho Holy is nothing nobler thon for a man to soo that I seo a group of men, women and Land in. the.ji.ant, all to whom Ijproach that he has beon in error, and to say so children on tho beach of tho Mediterra- by fonguo o'r pen or type would embark without a word of excuse for himsolf. nean. Paul is about to leave the for Heaven! What you all most need is What a pity it Is that, whllo so many to whom ho had preached and God. and you need Him now. Some ot men aro constantly falling Into orror In they aro como down to tce him off. It you I leave In .trouble. Things 'are golng their courso, so few of them havo tho is a fcoloinn thin? to part. Thcro are VCryTOtJga irim 'jvp iou. ssti; can a nobleness to pcrcelvo their errors, and so many traps that wait for a man's foot. hard strugglowith poverty, ornlckness, to confess them without palliation as The solid ground may break through, or persecution, cr bereavement. Light often as they havo an opportunity of and thp sea bow many dark mysterlen after light, has gupc out, and it Is so doing so!- - S. y. Times. it Jildo in its lrasoml A tew counsols, dark that you can h'ardly seo any bless-ln- ir n unity Rood-byit, list look, and tho ."Ir man. dlo nhall h.n live again?:' left. May that Jesus who comforted rope rattle, and tho sails ao hoisted, tho widow ot Ivaln and raised tho do-- inquired Job, in a moment of despond nnd the planks are hauled in, and Paul ceased to. Hfo with his gentjo hand of ency and gloom. Yes, says tho Hlblo, is gone. I expect to sail over aonio syinpatliy Vlpo away yottrtcars!" "All is ho will llvo ogaln. Nehlnd this answer tttaiid tho lnllrill)iiwerand unchanging ot the samo waters over which Paul sail well. ed, hut before going I want lo urgo you When Dayld was fleeing through the veracity of Cod as thp guaranty ot Its all lo embark for Heaven. wilderness, pursucd.by his own don, ho truth Tho Hlblo answer Is His answer The church is thedrydock where souls was being prepared to become tho sweet to the question. That is sufllclent for orn to bo fitted out for Heaven. In singer of Israel. Tbo pit nnd tho dun- faith, no matter what may bo the seemmatting a vchscl for tills voyage, tho first geon wero tho best schools at which ing dcslnictiveness of death. 'What wo need Ih Hound timber. 1 ho floor tim Josoph over graduated. hurricano havo to do Ih to believe what God says bers ought to bo of solid stuff. For tho that unset the tent and killed Job's chil on tho subject N. Y. Independent. rftmil (lint InnllPil ntiln fi Wftnt nf IL dren prepared tho man of Ux to wrlto tho Si'OKar.ox relates that ho doomed it a riTn 'their into tho oyo of an magnificent poem that has astounded tempest, when caught in a storm havo tho ages, There , isjlio wajfo to get tbo strango thing whqn bo saw on a country bein .rushed, like, a wafer, Tho truths wheat out of tho strawbut to thresh It. weathercock tho motto: "God is Lovo," of Ood's'Word aro what I mean by tho There is no way to purify, tho gold but nnd ho asked his frlond if ho meant to floor timbers. Away with your lighter to burn it. Look at tho people who Imply that tho Dlvino Lovo can boas materials, Nothing but oaks, hewn in havo always had 'itrlbelr own way. flcklo ai tho wind. "No," said ho, "this tho forest of dlvino truth, nro stanch They aro proud, discontented, usoless Is what I mean 'whichever way the blows, God Is Lovo; through the enough for this craft. and unhappy, If you want to And cheer- wind wind, tho biting east wind, You must havo Ixivo for a helm, to ful folks, go among thoo who havo. boon cold northIs Lovo, as much as whon the guide and turn tho craft. Neither purified by thn flro." Aftor Hosslnl had still God Pride nor Ambition nor Avarirn will do rendered "WIIllam'TolPytho flvo hun- warm, gonial breezos refresh our Holds Love, not only In tho dredth tlmo, a Lompanylof musicians and flocks." for , rudder. heartbut flhlng In tho eye and ting- camo under Ins wlnddwjin Parlsfand Wl'. must not bo too fastidious about ling In lho Siand Lovo married to Work, serenaded him. irheyypdt upon bis which many look upon as so homely a brow a golden crown of laurel leaves. peoplo forsaking their ugliness and cot bilde I.nve, not llko biooks, which Hut amidst all the applause and enthu-slai- lcctlng their faults, before our charity goes out to thorn. Bishop Huntington foam nnd lutlkyot do nothing, but llosslnl turned to 'a friend and l.ove like a river, that inn-- i up tho said: "I would give all this brilliant To dp, n philosopher U not merely, to mid works scene for a few day? of youth and love."" of Mops havo subtle thoughts, but so to lovo wis. bands In the httrnei) of factory feeling of Hos- dom as to llvo according to its dlotatcs Contrast the melancholy I.6vet hat ''will not pass by on the slnl, who had everything that this Thorcau. other hide, but vUlts tho man who fell world could give hlhito'tbo Joyful ampngthiQvgs near Jericho, not merely NLVen tako away from a man oven of IaacWatts, whoso misMyTngi "Poor fellow! you are dreadfully fortunes wero Innuincrablo when ho the shadow of a spiritual ruth unless hnun but. llki the god Samaritan, Miys- you can glvo him substance in return. ' pouri In oil and win", and pays his Muurkti. The Hill of y. onri'!i,v'' m lutunl lit tho tavern. There must also a ii.o mint tarreu glvo nothing for that man's I Ytom.t lltloie vie rradl tbjj!lH2i!vllr ,'e,ll' hii ii mow, arrongid to out and override religion whoso very dog and cat aro not Idhf toJmSJ'p't f'r thi' hjll0vv That u lirUtlun pernever-uihtho hotter for It. ltovvlanl 111. Tli"ioaiu thrio mountain surges V 'oi toitiiWjUnil, v k nowcr-uc-luco, log-boo- k Jonah-was-throw- n MffflT ' .hat saves. sWhllo thoIsraelltea were on tho march, omuls great prl nnu ims mo TRton$ nnd hardships, they behaved often sweeps th deck lintciios; uut ihstwnicn "."- - WPn. After avvhllo they prayeil lot Is harmless. Meet trouble courageous meat, and tho sky darkened with a largo ly, and you surmount them. Stand on flock ot quails, and theso quail fell In ou wpo off, thd grout multitudes all nbool them; nnd tho Uie,prow..and spray of thVspltt rge. cry oitt with Israelites ate and ate, nnd stuffed themtbo apostle: "Nor of theso things movo selves until they died. OhI my friends, me." Lot.allyoufffirs stay oft. iTho II is not hardships trial, or starvation right must'eonqucr. Know that Moses that Injures tho soul, but nbun"dnnt8iip-ply- . In an ark of 'bulni'lics can run down a It Is not tho rulturo ot troublo war steamer. that eats up tho Christian's life; It Is tha Have a Rood, strong anchor. "Which quails! It ls(tho quails! hope, wo havo as n anchor." Hy thU I can not leav ryot) until fmco njoro '1 strong cablo.and windlass hold orJ to confess my'falth la tho Sanotit whom ,1 ny mm sin, (havo havo preached. ',,TIols your anchor. "If Irl all.- - I an advocatn w ith the 1 ather." Io not owo moro tdjlho grace ot Uod than most 1hj not aluso tho anchor wrongf all men. li this ardent temperament, if ways stay In.thc svnie latitude and Ion,' 1 had jono overboard I would havo gono up the har- to tho very'depths. Vou know 1 can do gltudc. You will nctcr rldo bor of eternal rest it you all tho way nothing by halves. " drag your anchor, a debtor O. to crace how DMIJ rruconitrlnl to be I , .. Hut you must have a K Yessols aro I think all will bo well. Do not bo not fit for lho sea antd they have lho flylnff jib,- tho foreMI. tho topgallant, worried about me. I know that my Ito- tho skysall,,tho gallall and qtuer can deemer llveth, and It any fatality should canvas. befall mo I think I should go straight. I Is i aim floUt it. and lhe wind of Heaven havo. been most unworthy, and would bo .ni iirivn enn sills maun out sorry to think that any one of my of nhy"o1lfoTcanva$ than fnllh will bo friends had been as unworthy a Chrisfirst tian as myself. Hut Ood has helped a split to tatters by tho north-castonever great many through, and I hope Ho w HI t Stroag lost a baltle. Iwlll crush foes, blast help mo through. It Is a long acssust rocks, quench lightnings thresh mount-aln- i' shortcomings, but If Ho Us going to Itlslashlold to tho warrior, a rub any ot it out I think Ho will ru It crank to tho most ponderous wliool, a all out. And now give, us (tor I go not lover to pry up pyramids, a drum whoso alone) your benediction. Whon you beat gives strength to tho utop of tho send letters to a friend In a distant land heavenly soldiery, nd sails to watt you say via such a city, or via sucli'a ships laden with (priceless pearl from steamer. Whon you send your good tho hatbor of earfb to the harbor ot wishes to us send thorn via tho tlirono ot Heaven. Ood. Wo shall not travel out of tho y Hut you aro n yet equipped. You reach of your prayers. must ha vo what teaman call tho running There It aiecne where tplril dwell. Where friend holds Interrourie with friend; rigging. This comprises tho ship's Thoush sundered far, by talth we meet bracus, halliard, clow lines and such Arsund one common mercy scat. like. Without Ibeio tho yards could Aud now, may tho blessing ot Ood not lo braced, tho sails lifted, nor tho nnvas In nnjwlwi managed. No havo corqo down upon your bodies and upon praj er for the running rigging. Unless your souls, your fathers and mothers, you understand this tackling you are not your companions your children, your a spiritual seaman. Hy pulling on theso brothers and sisters and your frlcndsl ropes you hoist tno sails of lattli aim May you be blessod in your business and turn them every whither. Tho prow in your ploasures, In your joy and In of courage will not cut tho wave, nor your sorrows, in tho houso and by tho tho sail ot faith sprcadinndtllap its wing, way! And it during our separation, unless you havo strong priyer for a hal- r.norrow from tho unseen world should strlko any ot us, may It caly hasten liard. w fttMMtSVvSP- Ono moro arrangement nnd yon wlU on Tho raptures "tnat Ood has prepared bo ready for tho sna. You nit h'vvo a for those who lovo Hlra. I utter cot tho compass which ls4thgjliblu. look at It word farowoU; it is too sad, too formal every day, and always sail by It, as Its a word for mo to speak or write. Jlut, needle points toward tho Star ot ltethlc-hc- considering that I havo your hand tightThrough fog, and darkness, and ly clasped in both of mine, I utter a kind, .Search the an affcctlonato and a cheerful good-by- e storm It works faithfully, -- , It Is prosperity thai kills and troublo Creek posttftlce thoj other oTf'nK' ut twoon John MoVeyMho nail carder frouTHedfont to Corn Creek, ant Wright-housWrighthouso cut MoAeTntho bowels, making a,' wound Ate lnohes long, out of vvhloh the Intcst.nc protruded. MoVey was - taken kme, nnd died on lho SlsU ' ( Thank Toi.uvnn did not marry Grace Martin, as was roported, but married Hud TplllTTX'a wldoTrjjformerly difficulty occurred near the Corn e. Miss ' mall srt - ,.i r. 'lth tt 1 r "Cas-tor,a- ozya-tanth- e. r, "-- William Stewart, Henry Sllbrrnazlr, John It. Vanghan, for tho Fifth district. Emll DIsso and William L RIgg for the Sixth district, Oaugcrs Wm. M. llenj. O. Kendall and D. Leonard Mohrlnger, for tho Fifth district. Storekeepers and Oaugers James F. Itusey and Junius Hancock, or the Fifth district. Jas. A. Scwoll for tho KIglth district. It is said that there is almost certain to bv built within tho next year, a railroad tress WsctHIo throsgh H&Tlan County to HlgStono Gap, Itlllbeau extension ot the Xiouisvillq and Nashville nyMoin. Their present line leaves Cumberland river a mile and a half above Pineville, and proceeds up Yol-loCreek lo CumbeHand Gap. Is on Yollow Creek. Hy following1 the valley of the Cumberland, tbo company will tret a more direct route to His Stone Gap. Tho timber and minerals In Harlan are said to be finer and richer than any other county of tho great mln Mlddle-bor-o Tlontlngton Is trying to purchase tho Kentucky Midland railway between larls and Frank, ,j fort. TiiK'folIowIng storekeepers and gaug-o- n Kentucky on were commbvsloned-fo- r Columbus tho SStht Storekeepers Urown, John Jiolson, Patrick Ganloy, Chas Gcbhard, John C. Martin, John II. Morgan, Napoleon It. Nix, W. II Pfohl, exploding1. It Ik rumored Tho other day J. M. lllanten.bf Har lan County, .was taken t London charged with the robbery. Hcrwas arrested in Knox County and ea his per son was found sorao of tho matter con tained in the mall bag, including about SU5 in monoy. i resiJacoii Kooss, aged seventy-four- , ding In Trimble County, committed suicide by shooting himself through tho heart with a shotgun, Mr. koons was klvkedbya horso seven wmks before; tho result of the Injilry affected his spinal column, and it is thought to have cAiisnl partial tn.nlty. Hs, leaves a wife and flvo children At Louisville, Frank Krelger, an employe of an asphalt paving company, was badly injured by a barrel of naptha costs aro paid. .AMIIS-Uioil lo cholc IS IM . Geo. Smfdlky, In jail at Owentboro' n.uuii-f'ini- ir. rr fi r 1n& . for bigamy, attempted to commit sui;i Na S nnl. ft w (lurn No. mlitrt... cide by hanging him -- elf with a leather No -n it (j No. i iulia .. . . .. strap. Ho was badly choked wlion disu Hit. hj.--l AY I Ime to rfcolre.. .. . ..If 10 covered and cut down. 10 in fits Oil 'JVUIACCil Meliiini leaf Cic.MtLr.s If. ShKi.nAcii, ono ot the (.nod leal tt O'i iisaijii il . proprietors of tho Phoenix Hotel, Lex- rriVlS10NW rork-M- cu. W& I.inl to his Mm Kit l'rirafl Btram.. .... . II ft 4 lt'i ington, has sold out his Interest l -Ctice Oalrr l tl repartner, J. Hull Davidson, and will IXim la rhmrA mmtntrr.. i si i At'I'U 1'fin.n r lU move to Louisville about tho first of the 35 108 r bbl . year and go Into buslncJ with his ltT.VOi:S 1.NKW Y0U1C brother. Kl.Ot'll-U- to 3 SI m I 91 anil Wfttirn a rcl . D. C. IItJTcnto.N has been appointed UUAIN -- Khut-Nw, .Niv.Tf I postmaster at Flelden Ktllot, County. n Corn N... J mH.t, . . stliO II UiUllunl . Mns. Axjnr. O u.i.AotiMt, wife ft Cap- rOUKZ-N.,.11 M fstl ' mess t tain Patrick Gallagher, a conductor on LAUD llVtini ilnm . a a5 s ea the L, and N. road, committed isulcidn ciiitwoa FfXtl'K tho othes morning, in Louisville, by U1AIN-Whn'- -Nt WlKousla turner .. its Q ISO T'i t red throwing herself In front on an nglne. r No. 1 Chlro spring .. .... Corn No. Tho only possible reason for thp act is IM El 15 t ho died . woman was insane, that tho on m w nJiiii-.M- rii two hours after she was found. m6 OSOS IIksry AnKixsoN was convited of UALTIMOliR. KLOtm-ram- llr 3 M horso stealing, in tho .Nelson County 1 Circuit Court and was sentence to tho e.1 . 7ll I w C 71 nts .nizea penitentiary for thirteen years. POIIK-- M . ftllW The mall carrier from Manchester io . .. It 01 Hydcn was stopped by a rcbUr, four (' ... . liil 6 Tfll .. . . HOU3 miles from the former place, h with a l.S'DlANAPOUS. drawn pistol, compelled tho wirier to Tt ..- .dismount and tha robber moulted his Cum Mlztd Jfi S21 Oits-M, .... (sus 1 horso, forcing tho carrier to talk in LOdHVILLR. front ot him. Ho then cut own the n.Ol'lt-mall bag and rifled lis contcntsj among OK A A No INo. t TX ... 131 t 1 ird C U which were several registered packages. UUAIN-WhMI-No Vinait, P. Claiik, of Shelby l ounty, at work on the branch pcr.lU utlary at lMdyvllle, felldowna ftUlrwar. H9 tanco of tw6nty-flvfeet, striking on his lank, receiving fptalinjurlos. Wiiilf. passing ttirough a douway at tho houso ot Mr. Jamos Dyer, in Lyon County, tha pistol of Sam Pago wis accidentally dUoharjred in hi pocVet, and Mr. Dyer was shot and killed. Hoonr Couj.ty.4s to hare a new fair tfround. Tho stock company to run It has beed formed'and tho stock all subscribed tor. Tho location Ih letweun Illchmond nnd W'alton,.at tho lntwoo-tlo- n of both railroads. Thrc will bo a speeding ring and a trotting track, together with all other thlnfj needed for s a fair grounds j The Kentucky Central lUproad Company, which has long bees owing tho Commonwealth for Stalo U-- i amounting to over $50,000 and Intcrt ,t, was ordered to a settlement n fow c ;iys ago in tho circuit court at l'ranlf rt," by tho (ipiiultiliiicnt of Hon. L. U Kortnan as receiver. Tho railroad pal; a part of tho Stato taxes which tha lrr.1 commissioners assessed ngatnt! them for 1834, 1885 and 18S0, but n'lmX to pay tbo balance above stated on xhacrounds that it had an exemption clause! in its charter for that amount. Tho Commonwealth obtained judgment In tho cVcutt court last Juno and now beclu to enVrce that Judgment by the aproIntmenof tho receiver. lajgr Norman 19 ordel ,1 by tho court to tako charge of tho roll and oporato it until Uicm' taxes in o first-clas- Largest Gun In the World. A cast stool gun, weighing S33 tons norvousnoss, loss of slcop, Inmo hnsjtistboon shlppod'by tho Messrs. back, toro throat, tvnrts corns salt Krjjpp froiu Uiimburfor CronsladU (Indlcnnnlly.) "Sir, this 'Hid dnllbor'of tKo" jrvl5" thirteen and rheum- -" Is tho ofllco of tho l'vponont ot Chris-lin- n Inchos the barrol Is for'y Sjlonco. Wo have no iiso foruon-klncfoot In lonulli. Tho ran go ot tha gun They nro usoless "ThoyVro Is clovon miles nnd It will flro two shots llvor per mlmHo, onch "Chilblains humbugs sir!" sljot costing- - between complaint. frcc,kies. bronc)iltli,nnd n JI.MO nml $l.W)a At the trials ot tho which gun hold In the presence ot llusslau sure euro.! or iaerowluc-too-nallt, I should llko to mlvcrtlso In your I oflleeri nJMoppon, tho4rnngqot tho' duiiln wiiiinin.toi I K;son )x firm, tho projoollTcfoiir foot lnaUor.Vbno ! long nnd"welr;!iln of pagfnoxl'piiro rending l,fet6 pounds, and year, with prlvilogo of chnnglng onco prooilcd by n chargo ot 00 of anonth. "tilnd to soo you, sir. inko powdor, ponotratcd nlnaVcen ixiunus nnd ono" 1" a chnlr." ChlengoTrlbuno, i 1. hmlf Inches ot , i 1 Tl.- - ..... F..MK.1 1...A...1. Ik. A trn,volor, who Inquired hU way jiiiui ".juiiiii iiiuiuf mjui illU JJIlll in the lnrcost In tlio world. Hcrllnor.ol-tung- . o ot n cltUon in n to lho Now Knglnnd town, rccolvcd tho following odd ndvico: "AVnl, strnngor, It is n curious coincldoneo that the yon go right stnilht dhead Hill you flguro It ts nssoclttlod'ullh IniUXlA'. Yon tako that nil tliupicli his Ufa l!o.va,born on como to n largo nr tre6 on yonfrlfeht sliotthlcr', niid"So' 1IIU ILII Ul OUIlClIlLIUr. JIU'IFEIHMIU III on till you cohia to thojjirlyk schpdl si ngewhon ho Vns'14, mndo liouset then lnko tho brick chnnl-hi- n king In IS S3) add lho. Inttar aigurus on your loft shoulder, nnd konpntrntglit nnd you obtain 1 1, llo bo?nn on till youcbinolo 'Squlro AVltijrulo'B; his personal government n lCfil: an' thon you luko tho 'squire's house 1, and relgnod for soventy-tw- o on your b.tok, nu' yon can't miss It, novcar. Ills father died May II, how "Youth's Companion. 1CI3, and his grnndfuthor. llonry l'-,- i on thnt date, My II. llo "How much start nlsodlcd A bad rcconl himself died in 1721, at tho ago ot do you want?" asked Fleet ot tho cashyears. American Note nnd ier, ns they woro propnrlug to run n Queries. "Six hours" nnswciod tbo Puck. cashier, Tim womu u.),.j declares that she I. wouldn't mnrry lho host mnn on rnrth A bouovolont man, who proves his ot often picks nlh to s.ito tlmo by tIiro!ri It my I'l'orro Ilnutoout ono tho worst ones. Kxprcss. on foolish calculations, has discovered that In forty yours n Bnufttnker dovotos Swell things In hats llo.vd nftor A twenty-fou- r months to blowing his nose. night's rolnxntlon." Clilonzjo'Mnit. I "Dcg pardon for Intruding, sir, but have hero n sovorolgn remedy fornou-rnlgl- n, lo ! ls1 noil ilun witi thn IrnMt iliMiniUnnciiiUr with nririiirriMihi,' Tl'l It Hi Monitor mtur H iiiitnn i "hoililnkwhonn neitr Imiwi lUrnln, "II oer(li-il- . (nr ma RHilbpiiirinr in iins , 'itmtllirlr Itsri InlUn.l. .III,n, not o (I wiTfAStti tnothprt, Not PMTiii4 a lw ot titpt in ihsikr si Uil, M O rrbiirr JACOBS OH For Hcuralgla ono-four- th s. pod-odlcn- !iii.-uu- iv tens you mai mo siorm Ol disease which bus sprrud Its shadnvr over you w It plvovvii) to thn sunshliioof renew ritlirnlin, f jou nro wise, nml try Or Pierce's Knvor Ito Prescription It ran and will effectually euro all femalo wenkpesses and ilcrauetv niciits. and no woman Who has not tried It nml (Ien klr, for a trial will convince her that It, Is tho very thlnir sho neetU lo restore ber to the henllh aim liuirs forever losL W clennso lho slouinchTltver'and syi'.Jui generally, uso Vr, rlcrvo's Pellets. ! cents nnu nrmor,-.niiil,vvot- -.. nt m courl-h'ous- te onk-trc- A nnd-wn- -- iCunaittttpllnn flnrvljr Cured. To Tim r.niTOK -- licuso Inform jour readers thnt I huvo n positive ronicdv for the abuvo rluihed dlsoaso. lly lu tliiicl.v uso thousands nt hopeless cases have been ixrinanciitly cured, 1 shall bo Rind to send two buttles of my remedy rant to liny of vour renders who will send mo their ex press nml Ksto&tco adtlres llcspcctf ully, T A 8uvcrv, M C is! carl strivt. New Y'urit. A VKTriui trapper of llelfast, Mo., Is engaged In tho novel business of ship to sportsmen who wish to slock paine preserves iVirftl fiMmlnn Hour JgOf AT PRVUOI TS AMU IIEAIUM. tHE CHURIES . VOCEIER CO.. BslllmsfS Ml iu; you." - JOFIELDS.' ft. w FEMALE RrRIIIATOIf! f iMinr "MeUiy I'm ugly now, mum, but in ma Uay I've brukrn a ureal many hearts " Mistress ''Well, Mary, If yoil handled hsarla tho way vou do my best chins I rir.i Piiiii.ti.i in tain. Tho .Inwt koil Anhtlttt (Kostou : Ticknor ) la the oldest n well ns largest and most Co profusely IHuitruUM bulldlug journal Hi this country, and as such w o can rccomiucnd it to our readers. MENSTRUATION llvpH(. .,. OMM W8&&. t b(V mDFMD RECUUTOR MU wmmm MOMTHIV CO. AFlAJfTAUi ( m t loot-rac- absent-mindedl- Ma. I.Miocrnsas sys thai If the Trlncs ot Wales were to appear la pcltlcoau llifl lrrt of In.lnq vyojUJ . tm tlUrd. wilt) men In (hoVame caruienu. -- $?5i2s i.in f i Orcon, lb" I'lvrivillto or l",rm,r. Mild. equablocllmrU. certala and abundant crop, lies l f mil. grain, grass, stock country lothovvorld Full Information freo. Aditrets Oregon Immigration Uoard,rortUnd,Orcgoa ... U-t kfc- -A THE MAHKE1S. LIVERTOCIC-CatllfOoinmonll butch"r ... Uooitikrl.cn. BHKi:i (ioxi to cholrn. IIOOS Oomroon ... Cholco ClMCINKATt. Nor. S M O I 7J s in -I- s m in a jh in o nI HI (l ii ) nt a. - V 1 -- -- a 5l nf 82 .. CHU-N- o.3. , LAKU-Btca- 1 T O. route to New- - York. I.T Thn C. way ot Washington, ItnUlmnrnmul plilf- ailolpltla. The I . I V. Vostlbulo Urn-ite- il Is tho only solid vostlbulo train vv Ith dlnlne car from Cincinnati to Washington. V. VostlTho V. V. bulo . Limited is thn only solid vestibule train with dlnlriff car from Cincinnati to llaltlmore. 1'lilUdolptiU nnd Now York. Tho I'. P V. Vestibule Limited carries tho only vestibule sleeper from Loulsvlllo to Washington. Tho 1'. V. V. Vestibule Limited crvsaes the and ltlue ltldjro mountains and pasMs Manassas Hull Hun, MitchIn daylight, ell's and other battle-fiel-d racJilns tho National Capital at SOU p. rn. 'lhe V. V. V. Ventlbulo LtmlW is comjwved of composite car, an olejrant day coach with ttmoklnjr saloon and a Pullman illnlnif ear In which meals aro sorved table d hole under thu direction of thn l'lillman Co , and a Pullp man air onlng can lho wholo train solid from Cincinnati to New York v ashinffton, via llaltlmoro and Phtladol- A Pullman sleeping car from rfiutsvitln to Washington is attaohed at A Pullman slecplnir car Huntinirton. runs from Cincinnati to Richmond and Old Point Comfort. Tho entlro train is lighted with electricity and with steam from tho engine. Allof-hanlrun-nlnd t VU Ihr Citpllnl .. -- . rTY marked A "Who put t rnri fhi' Tlyer reHere l a shilling short" .p. present. It lu?'' askul in irishman Do Nnr suffer from sick headache a moCartcr'a ment nmrr It Isnolncvcssarv l.lttlo l.tvar Puis will euro vou l)oc, ono Uttlo n, Buioll prU-o- . Hcmll dose. tJitull pill kin I pit li b obeleanln'mit "No. no, my good dls hcah ItanK man Yon aw Uh late Tho cashier has alrcadyvattrndl to IhaU", m "llo, .A i. bA Hay lHbblti'r.lctrtair(oapBd ave uettis vvcvr Milc erer since P4. llon't a isltticn. 1 hrc sru tsts cf lh?!. Yoc wear out clothes on a wash beard. it h tjmtt a much 4' on lho body tl aw Ax Irishwoman, uninvited to a wake "Well wejl.j'll hJ( a corpse at my own In mv iiqtiso' om day, an' thin you'll seo-- w ho'll lie inrltedr'7 . . ot acmixhuoo Hale's Henry ot llnrchnuml and Tar Pike's Tootruuho liroptl'umlRono minute Ir vou want to bo ourrd (JUAlN-VVtimt- No. Ootn-MU- .. UVllU-Krlln- cd. .. 4l hih "Aniuii! Where will yen flbd araod-rrr- j building tltat has lasted t long as thaouldtvaii?" "t"-rrnyw- Two vou.no ladle In New York arc SOpiiifi ln,llv)'s Qire tor Consumption. i ,' arnln nTcllentle!R; by teach!"!; l n irn"p I"fj ciontinc whist. AnvrnTii-ruKMin Indon Journals cents you can net Carter's Indieatn that the pttrehaiui of east-f- l Ton twentv-flv- e Utile Llrer l'lUs the best Uver rvculatpr in jI conn sulUs, arttflrlal teeth. tn , "for lho world. Don't forpct thlv One pill aUsse M.tfl ., n 1. ni.llll.iAn.l.lll..l.lali...lH... s Doth Uio mctliotl nnd remits when Bynip of I'b--i !s tnken ; It is jiloasnut aiidrufmhingto tliolnsto, nml nets rcntlyyct promptly on tholvidncyii, Liver nnd HurroN, clcatiMS tho system effectually, dispels colds, bend-ncliand fevers and cure habitual constipation. Fyrtip of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, plowing to tho tnMomidnc-cpptitM- o to tho stomnrh, prompt hi iui neiinu nnd truly m iu cilectJ, prepared miiy from tho most healthy nud nrecnulc rulwUnccs its many excellent qualities commend it to nil nnd hnvo mndo it tho most pomilnr remedy ktiowu. Prrtip of Kitys is for aalo in 60o nnd $ I bottles by nil loAdincdnti;-gists- . ' Any nifialdo dnipptitwho may not havo it on hand will pro-euit promptly for nny ono who wWics to try it. Do not ncccpt nnyeulwititute, i CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. ro tovtimtr, nt. , stx rxAhctsco, mw clror, n r. i red. vj.. ...ii..vv.i.v...iiJuurH, I - J Urd heat 00 Oorn-MlO.ti-Mii- ed IOItlC-- M( LAllU-8lc- m .. .. O 5M a lOJ tl'l rAurcn woman, who was Ixinpeom-mlsrratot- l for havln? lost all her teih "Shure, an' Isn't It time to lose thlm whin I've nothing for thlm to do?" "He's so thin I'd hardly know him You'ro thin and I'm thin, but h thinner than both of us put together." A Wi reconinen 'Tans Ill's 1'uwli" djar. , this season . ?Unrrt!i- Mich... h shipped f.m tons ot mud turtle to New York City Ii Tirls pfiwafn treet for ' - , ilimrt mllkM in the Dr.Dull,3CoughS,rupr..Uu."r7.Vc: QnATEFUL-COMFORTINQ. Hfpiimi: mJk iltJtsi? v. r. L s'fyUrfVStelfvslIvL' Hnurc, - EVreVSOIN at n m Week n. - iiuMts iv sj. ii f toJianesKSiisnuiLvl . . . WK$3BBmM&& 7 000 TRAva 1 nii iiii-.n rjmuf 1 bwiumr. ' iU liO R r r EPPS'S COCOA "Br iot-f- c irt-ralor OnUAKFAST. ioil ) ' atwrtliou tit uttK "il sale m - w CW& The full Announcement ot Authors SYr I0WWIHGM WtlKLY mnmirrtuVuiD. J .... &MIIY ;AVLMLJJ thatC. P. A Tho voloms ii iniuuctlro srtltlei. National Family Paper Two Millions of Readers of Tin CoMnsioi for 1800 will ho oniarpasied hy tny pro Ion I yur In l!i trlty of cntrrlslnlng ind snj Articles will U icol oa ippllcallun. uHm hfuvn.l bi at at U awacrilratlr n h tr ' liil' .9 jt ii ai i.i os I ii mv Pmtylan. Irbu ir 'l. ir .lauwsaw .Wt lo ii.ta.a . Ilaa4ridl. " s "h",.,'i tt m.ar u ia' , n ..im !.. i,i 1, a -- rak na'nU .lVMr wiisih; ,,w1; I ifc.1 a BSHn4 water or joii. tU ''U li aiplf ll i enlr in bl('ma.il lia., T tinwwta. laWl4 ll ' (inKtm lit .ami .vn .... i.. tp.i rtrl nmt.ii l nt aftM-a- l- '""'i jAfsiES fstl 72 I EPPSa CO., Hoinsopatliie CKemlill, London, tngtand. fully Illustrates!, 100 Ten Serial Stories and among tbo mod -- iDysppisllieto i at lh prraanlnllantlMUla. Nlrltla forllavrnrrnllnii. It Ha riirMMl luiiallpallou t-It, Short Storlos-Thrllll- Advonturos Sclonco Ulographlcal Skotchos l,OCO Short Articles Natural History Outdoor Sports Anocdotes Etlquotto Wit and Humor Poetry. ng alturtlte ever puUnbcd. Sketches of Trnvol Health and Hyglono Hint llalI'llfa, Ilia! ti y Kor-ma- n, ninstrated Weekly Supplements rirlr r(tvif Were ((Urn wltb netrly In th 'I ! , Tntt s Pills hist lirromt ao Taiiinua. he Tlirjr tt tllsrallsra) Mini E'ttllr tin lt ore una. Kit Inic flians fuss tml aalnillalsltxMl.AaRrlplnffurtiituaeB. aillly rtlr fi lHt'if'"", em lnae durinj tit rtthot!t say Uit year, and continntJ Tbsy (Hre an locrtaH of tasresss fn the prle f the paper. wtfl bo Sold Evorywhoro. Ofllcr-- . I t lurrny Bt. Ncvr York. IU9S1THERN !r Eminent Contributors. Articles of Brett -- FAeiFSG. 1 4 i - value and Interest will bo glren In the volume far 1890 by Hon. Jnmos 0. Blalno, Justin MpOnrthy," M. P., 'Rt. Hon. W. E. Qlndstone, Hon. John O. Cnrllslo, Copornl Lord Wolsoloy, Sonator Coo. F. Hoar, Prof, John Tyndnll, Dr. Wm. A. Mammondf Sir Moroll Mackonrlo, Lt. Fred Schwatka, O. A. Stophons, Eugono Schuylor, And Ono Hundred othor and favorlto wrltoro. woll-know- at. fO 1 ilLOW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS 0 FREE Government LANDS. lu. MIULtONB Ol" ACRKS la NI.1M..1., nrr--i U... Vr.i., IJikkUiilliitH . ccurvtoQi ii w .ml'iiiiat-- r wknu till atvr rn r ii- i" CHAS. . 1 , t 0. tAHBORN, 1 sent t.?5l,GMl.N,., rnrrr. iUim -- n I ayanMMl Tattl 9tf turn tea I Holiday xTumbera Are In preparation, ij . I" I 1 and trill l exceedingly attractive, filled wt'h the special work, of our favorite writers, and profusely Illustrated. Tlicy are published at - 1 cral belt. Otf tho 29th James A. Crowe, Thomat H. Crutchcr, Cba-lA, Vochenrath aid CiaHt At Youngman wero commlsslond gaugers for tho I'ifh Kentucky dUHct. Gcorgo AY. Liebert for tho Sixth diitrict and James E. AVallsor, storokeepc. and ganger f or th c Fifth district. . os Thanksgiving- Christmas New Year's Eastor. J B. Ml , These SoiiTfnlr Mumlirr an, teal tu i:h .Subicrllxr. ataliloaut mrau (nrn araln i.loplK.iiia tarlf I I maaa ir 1 T f KIT", IPI ilujr o.r. KI Virl'At.Ullll kkflot a r.l l not. It.aiaa I'l car llin tmni Mir m-- lr alktnhat laJt uauntwn af rand a trt Iwlli.al cur. rfB.laiwforatr.n-lalaliibl lina Kiptn. ahd 1'u.MinV. rir U. Mimr, riorl l" I'rarl airMI, V,w Vara. M Cm II. nl-- i Wknlnr and lr al tiror:n ih'a ka.a Ihrm (. nf fiunr ciTP iiunc ri Oi -i tr tarlit 1 i ' siuitiuinns.jM t4- i CiitcutTJcnoKJACKSox, a( Loulsvlllo, decided that In Kentucky ocnte playing Ih not a felony. Tho caso will bo car- rled to tho court ot appeal. An effort io i.rvoK tip tno game will bccontlnnod. Oontz is played with dice, ah( has taken the place ot keno, faro and tie llko. AVvi. Pahih, a colored boy,nas killed by being run over by a oat at Louis- Nearly Six Thoiu.iiul Sloilc lists ren exanilnciU TLo lilies and amhoti of those which will reecho I'rlzts cannot yet be announced, but the successful Stories will be published dorlnj (be rnming yesr $5.000 Prize Stories. J r.arurnnliah uuilnnn, lea fTojwl 510 1K I 10 ,,.. li. TWS fim iUu ir- -a Ins Kir u, . riiara A MOVTIIeantamiawcrt. ArnlaFrrrrrilabiso innt and It llinr wh. ;"' MliulaM.f r mftt r(! rJ.tiryf iltT rar a few yaranriaalulownaanncllles. i"irni r r''" tor I'rscllcsl psperi (nil of lutBcitloui oltli, as (o new Anil How la DoTflop lilt rowers. A srilrs oceufstlens.and whst It kctl lo da In life, by Msrtoo (Its bjrlhe lVtilittnti of Ihrt lesitlsx I nlmil lltilsnd nd other well known wrlltrs, ties which will inttrttl bojt snj Ihtlrprtnlt Tho Girl That'n Wanted. Tho Backward Boy, ( irll M i H u j i - base cam''; applilivn etTRJIDUIVI - e?sa)r?r?t.n I" a A In V....M '..j. U The KdllorUU jdrc romprehcnslTe rlewt of Important current erentl it home and ahroed. The Children' PaRo contains charming Stories, llctures, Anecdotes, Illiyines and Tasiles, adapted to the youngest readers. published fren,nenlly, clvlng useful Information In Art Work, 1'ancy Work, HinbrolJery, Decorallon ot Uoouis, Cooking, and Hints on IIoiisekeepln. will be We U Till OliOlli: llll! USD, rucio.i is nBCilguMn trail rrstln;.oua I litLunr. (., MAKUU. rHtnlllll(lKqlHnli. f O.llox ItO, I'hlls., !'. s ville. Tiik Masonlo Grand Lodg. held In Loulsvlllo recently, md tho following ofU'ers wero installed AY. II. Clark, Hopklnsvlllo, graid matter; ics-slo- WIh trrnt lfcTt4UMiltltmUlrte lIH lsf crrrtl rirtUifte'4ii Grmn4nUetclliUaiMtiCo.44AfCii1l,Clnclnntl,a. cr Household Articles DETECTIVES '! lYurxirvJ Quit v mill-wheel- ., Charles II. Fisher, Covington D. O. M.i James A. McKonzie, Croftln,G. H. AA' J. S. Smith, Illchmond, G. J, J. II. Leathers Louisville, 0. T.; II. jj. Grant, Louisville, 0. S.; Kov. II. It. Coleman, Louisville, 0. C; T. Davldton, Louisville, grand tylor. John L. GnxiAiic, a brnkeman on train No. 18, Louisville andNaahvlllo railroad was Injured whllo switching nt Horse Cave, tho other night, and died noxt day. Li.w is has full control In Harlan County. Tho Howard men, who oonntltuto a bmnll part ol an extensive family, aro leaving tho county. Lewjs lastdxty llvo men who are paid ta a day by the county. Ho hss sent out univt Governor Hnekntr's direction, ho daims, nd disarmed every body ho could reach. Ho says ho will not stop till peace is fully rr PENNONS r"f llftwnri.ilon4 lioiiniTl a, .rarrata. kl. It llalin Xri ii (rKiMt this y. THIS SLIP FREE TO JAN. 1, 1890. 'i (100 mil tmj iuh r" '" I ' ivntrrn wi i ii. i lu4i.nl illi, lad. To any w Hiitm rlbir who will nil tint nnil sml us this slip, with iiaiiip nml Post OBIro itililrrai ami Sl,7ff for n ynr' uh.rrlpllon, w wilt stnil "Tim Viinlh' Comiianlon" TltKU (o Jan I, 18(io. uml Tor k full from that rialn. ThU nnVr In. cluilr. dm l'dirit iioiiiii.k llfI,H.V NirviltKIIH. Ill" IM.I!8TIttTKI VVI.l'.KI.V WITH yr hUI'I'I.I'.VIhTS, ami lho ANNI'AI, I'llF.MII'Vl isr boml innnejr lir Mnnrf Onlrr, L'hrrli, i Tasl-Onir- n ml Illu(ra(liitif. I rHor. $1.75 43 V.rrlrui hit a 113 lllu.lrallxn., A llmfl. l?4 l'aa-i"- , (at lnatlm. ririuni llrlenl.n tinrr A ureal hotel t.aratant datl lliioia f tnr Mild fnrirlr, ALEX T.MIYII flily ie.1 runla, piMlpald Adilrrtt111. X ( ii Mfcrtlda biilldiitf Chionuot truxt tuis raria mj a " Shadowed Three, r THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Boston, Mass. CATARRH Ely's Cream Dalm 801DURS DEUQIilUQ! nrnllullap, ATTENTICIIll a.nOIUnOi Xnr HkMois. 1 kMpltal a b llio - nr III MKIKk lr... I". iif l Ml r .1 llf I'I'K It I'.aratJt SltMl. H WtllUlllt, k. c. l.ia.rir rrt.rlr.1 hi.lmi I. I. . IHIIUS urFKI. 9rrfh4n9 U liwalall, lavllrd aat aav, ia IM ht a.l.aal viiblkM. .a. a atUl Mlll.ra h Mt U . IffTT JB f c. 1 1 restored. Ovm half a mlljlon dollar worth of horses were sold in Fayette Scott and Harrison (oinilU-- In three wcekg, Tho total sales of lino horseflesh for Kentucky during tho jcar foot up to 3,000,-00- ). Cold in Head ILT BBOS , 14 If ' Mm Illl.rtl4 tllvc.., Wtibl.cl.., I. L ;( Iloet Caiiirh HfoiHrtnn. ncconimntuli it I.. , ll vatwuilli, ...... ... . .. ' ... ull t.liro wiicro "v. cIbo rnil. 1'icnsnnt nml ntrreealilo to tantij, (liildrcii tako it yrllhout ohjuctlon. 11 ilrtiKKUU, ..-- f afM I Til I earn VflllNR UCUVniil'il l liiinirliad.TelecrerbT. iirculara lUUnU MuPi iiu.n k.na i mi-rilii"i .Jaiiejt Ha, Wis. Irri- - A ' 'ri'i-- nl.i.i... (rmasiiiaiirur.i i.i - .i. lli attUT. tiMlTuiirt'.n"-t- r U.vjk anl Toniort IM rwl, aa Vnlf., kook In. llr.. lrilluny.t.i lliith. If lira Hii. '. (.Inatiinall. Okla. .... W.ir.H 11 ,N I PATENTS tlltv ririSt.it, W T r iirmrniu n,,. HIUK (Hit itil iinMti '" RltetlMwl ri lhaii.ulilr lauf ks rill Kir!Ja" -laMalalla kklill a ItailKK, l.r.l,,SA! l.t.nj, IVnmaniMp.XHlk, MrXiHSTdS a) ialll ltl rasiis ten rsrta ,ki tg Haajiorli adsr lloreownrt buf llu l.m aSr. jiui.iibiii.u lloilf,ailcu iron. CIHGIWHATI BUSINESS BOLLEeWS'.'SS'!!-mou 'un. itu i, c. . ANI- C- u,. nu. nnnii icL&uiiiirnit sttulu ciisfttrtoiiit w, nriii:i; imh wni'V iim.timi 'i alala II.mI vu iiw p.vtr. lk ai 1304 ru ritiit 1'i.i'Aan ittrllafwi.l U (kit ll fy&w faeawa fllatikvaan " imaawanaaii tuiiat raft rtmn i.,ia ana nvwmm-,wrm!- fi b'i-- i v-- ji uJS...L.i& rA ut."vim.