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Office i - THE HIOKM v "a, irir , FINE JOB HUNTING ' - v -- ri r1 4 J ,K M 1I ii rtrrS- r. ICXKCtlTKD 2 ' WITH NEATHESS AND DISPATCH." SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, l.ii-tt.i- Jackion Blriet, neil door to Oitr Hall, CEORCE WARREN, Editor.! tnE oldest newspAd J in WiHrtnnai(kiccilcf ,....-... ..-.... i If NPa- " - -- WPSA LETTEn HEADS, -. lUrS iriVllAlwm ta o J .u ETC. ).!- J 4 l'rlcool Subscription, $150 n llUCIIAKArl, lnrtii ! Ji&i AJJl.lttUJbJD JaDi,. Pre. It, I.. AimAriatit, Cashier, MLUKMAN, FULTON UOUOTleUSI CURnENT . . . ' -- . .- r -'- 7r is 1 K Y.l 1 - ? - fco .- "iTTTw -- ETC . CALL AND SEE US. HICKMAN BANK, Capital, Being regularly organised and ready for buslij.ei, wa reipactfull-Taollc- lt tho pntroiingo of nil. All collection made for depositor froe of charg. Approvod paper running-- threo or four mqnthi discounted ntthe rU of per cent, per annum. H. BUCHANAN. It. M ALEXANDER J. M. REED. O. BALTZER. J. W. COWOILL. W. C. JOHNSON. J. W. ALEXANDER. lr. 0. IlAt.TZt. V topics; ' & nicwe feAiHr I Tnr. uro.T The crop oytr trul liai Lon Vllfed. ganjotglrl of Indigo In China Is a (nil- fix OAKta.Mi, Oal., ha a DIRECTOES: Mist Ilr.Lr.N Of.vnTcor: Ims liocomo a journalist. ritr.KttiKNT llAiililioy seldom attonds the theater. Aix Kuropo has ovor S0,000 prrlwlloif VuliHcallonn 5 HjiiUMi pcrlodlcaU, of which 80J arp dallies. . , , A i mill) of tho diatlisln thn I'ronch attny ar due to typhoid fovrr. OutUAM' has 3, .',00 publications of which SCO ar Jolty t'nnir!-ts- . Ammiii v.v wild turknyt hao haa-3,000 Ix-c- n t tiiattjr MM that CoaMlo COtUXBC.. was the Hnt w llnr In tbo rein bted . oa of ected, Oovositor-V- r tbli injrnlnff He trstllled mm no im firm. .ad. aceardlat lo hM Iwtt hidaateat. ha 1a, nt lm.lnr 4..in,n.1 tjjaan. VMJ rardl for ftercnuai pWibt CaaaUta.trM.aat .odh.atw.-T- ha nnormw ws nnllepT snd smM aat H a Btate l'.tHck O'Bulllran. which ho delivered tncllrt ptatatjri beWd ti'RulllTin Mav 2 two dat Leforoi-ronlMfMs. 'J tireA Hafet & ninrl tiMniM' m iiM n a cai tnurdorod. Th wltpett av then hown m khh win la rmrtiM7 1 thins M m ProcoodlnKa in tho Dr. Cronlu- - Mitft CMwgolt,Ug lm lontttiei. dor TrinU iU'rMlli Milnnn 1 i 'ft i,umo. SOttaaC ! MtswCl n Hunt and CoiibIiIIi) Iiteiillllnl at Tliia fklA iWi't-N4tS"- 1 VI aad riSTea'a-owaa- i' Mtio Kntrreil 111 CottK-T- li va Jbe iifaht, of munlur, JJo jni ,r Mrxtcrlou lluaar Trlt. Kotasuanled ta c Ttio I wlw. ssTflct4ttoy cr .Hkerofttnfwo HlaRton. prmte: A In this alu..trilt viro m uiauoiro rmKiin Vnr.(innii,tT CronW m--,. ,g M fttt,f (tttrOMHu 'tifj '"MUM c4lt1alMB.' alihcm. (H wiu MkaJ m&h&ZA tb'rk'ltai UW v'ti"'; Ll lEXino rrnin itKllteil So-- r tsar .ISCiVLdlaKSI yL ri ,rt!' Jj. as bint IsVek, rood and 'Jt ate. Ner)Tark Me,.Al Mold BtaaUsiB WHkt..wf! v- w.( mta...aaJ -.. r - -- ' 1 -- ".& rapenf ten days In tho snow atwecn Emory Oanand Fob Jssrrlvcd in this city t70,' l'n ' for1 ". S Three tin,.. , THE .CpM.JJ(pVEAITr,H. Toil somo time past several Mormon preachers have been holding meetings In tho eastern part of Caldwell County, with a View of forming' a colonyi'for Utah City, and have succeeded In socur- A few iiIkIiU go 'ng W.Vml colist-rti-. a bttndln of switches was tied to tho door of the housn whero the preachers wero boarding and a roto left giving them a short space of time to leave tho county. . W K. Dockkpv has been appointed fotirth-elas- s poMmacr ilrt'ckcnridgc County, vlco n ,.. I'?. Various , tt I.skcvl.w, Cti m 7. Jarivstv.fc OajMkelt a pftrsfstyggs t tUttmed aa. ? n Hickman Machine Works. i!i7,"''"T I,iK', -- rurccMfiilly ncclimatcd In Austria. Tin: average nalary of tho SI.ST-fourthtlasa postmasters Is only f 151. ,Sr.vr.Ml:. thousand dollar a nlRht an) pont for amusements In New York City. ItL tufa tulktKV in HikWrinnfa. Builtatf li knrf Irlntlnf..! 11 n fttmllKP In tboft. YffclCU 1 UiMt fnt iMvtiUlrtBH'n bad printed. The evident object wis f -- bqaj ono of thlt lot of card, which that It to Or. Cronln on tbe nljbt of May U shown ! J whn hA WHM lllrtfd MIV tO hi. 0U1. ov, aa ,baat t. KM Ma. art Captain FrancL VlUlerk ex clilel of police hhj tor OTlullfjlB. Mm af WMrtl 1M lb. townotljvk.vleir, wa then recalled, bb with a chart of tb. street, around Iho Carliufl H aw altar. cottijfl and all over Lakevlew shd teitlded with areat detail a. lo the dlt.la.c "7, condition of lh roada, ete aM ni it In,! fft?T!2 ummygt' i ay ,ti n!" zZ?ifeim &m ,JlsaVaa-ar S. MfHyir m "& IfflSmtm 1 , "'7: with Oath.rrot. eiamlnatlon Mr. ol.,l'H As iniiiranrp couipany rnnaiicted hy iai lccn cstaVill.lifJ In'orv Orlratn. A JiXTTM'nrKM skalc aKratigit with Joe nil kind of Mnclilnu Work. Ilonalrlng dono with Noatnoss nnd dUpntch. a hoolc and lino at the Santa Out nharl n gtinrnnt nil we do to rIvo satUfnctlon. Ilavtujf locfttod with new tooli a Xew itayt since, nnu no inn Auwninitu in lUo Weil, wo Jllclt a eliuro ol your trarto I'ltl.scK IIinmaiick Ii troulilotl with tnmminta trlrtl Tiping, fipc-Htling- s, Brass (foods, &c. conslanlly on liand. pillow liut lllln liawakeful. an orrUroot tlll Kmpkiioii WiI.I.iam li tho first wlsn-InWe are atenti for Rw Mill., Knlni. nJ Holler. Iron Kcnctai. Cornlih Work, Cyllaatr Blaro Mm, Hhlnlo sgd lli'.dliif Sw, lumii of all klmlt. 4c monarch nhiihaa TialtiNl Constaiitl-noplwomen RVOi IF. MORRIS eft CO., 9 n; Boiler M a&l Be-H- n; Sb 7t!i mid Moscow irtctj lliu flfu-yntl- i Saws j9L Ofllcc ncnr N. Ac C. Depot, Cor. In Clay Countjr. Weal Virginia, rarmcrs pi armel anil ahoot tloa at tight. Tnr. loaJcr of tho rhtcnl (Arlr. ) braM! band wclgln :W0 poumli and tho tu1a apllttor goes him avicnty jwiindi IhlilHiriliHiU W BR.-vl- cvnturjr, epidemic RELIABLE. K. . BKEVzlltn, Ju-stlfle- orilaithvarculilch aro oirorctl nt ONK PllltiE, ami Hint tho vory lowcrtt tlio market ALL GOODS QUARAHTEED TO BE Huh ii SjiU'iirihl Stork of llio vory bent mu kes of all klntlH EIACTLY AS REPRESENTED. HOOFING A. SPJ2CIATrY. THE OLD RELIABLE. . A iiuiht of (Jcorge llanrrofl, tbouldrit living gradliatn of Harvard, hna been preaenlcd to the library of that Institution. l)iu I.i.Mitr.r, of Now Haven, liai tliat tho great nuinW of trees In that city, aro a constant source, of dNeap. Mil. KdUOX aaya ho receives an aver ago of 1,000 letters dally, many of hlch contain olTcra of marrlngu with hia daughter. Itmii Woi.8ri.KT lias accepted an Invitation to lm preaentat tho unveiling of tho fctatuo of Gcncril 5CC, at Hiou-raon- better. Va. A riltl.v walnut log wa sold by a Ixjgan County (W. Va.) man for W.OOO. Mr. I). Williamsburg, of Indianapolis, lelng tho purvhakcr. A I'irr i: of Washington real estalowas a $quaro recently sold at the ralo of foot tho highest prleo ever paid fot property In tho capital girl of Spring Lalco a txrvnA!i-oi.i- i Towmhlp, Kingabury County, 8. D., pliiHid eighty acres of land this fall kuIUj plow. with it three-hors- e Tnr. receipts of tho llrooklyn Club Id tho world's championship wcre$l,2i8 65. Tho players, Including Manager Me Oonlgle, each received f309.29. 1!l0irrrr.X years ajro a Kansas City for a lot, nnd was laugh. man paid el at. Tho other day ho sold It for 5132,000 and now- ho Is laughing. A iirAVTirri. whlto marble bust of Mr. Cleveland, tho work of 0. Scanki, oftlenoa, In IHl, will ahortly decorate homo in Now Yr.r!.-- . thn Clove-Sanfor Itleh Tin: statue of Kobort K. ! mond, modeled by Merclo In l'arls, will not be. ready by I)ecemt)er. Tho unv all uil-jnuntil May. itiji iiitt A l'lir.sNO, Cal., woman throw a celluloid cuff Ja the stove. Her husband ivlll have to pay flM to repair dam ago dono to tho kitchen and to get a now atove. J, T, TnownrsiPoi:, tho writer of books for loys, Is over seventy years of ago, and lives at Arlington, Mass. Ho has mado a fortuno with his pon. IS his report Secretary I'roctor ro now tho recommendation of hti predo cessor, that Congress provldo for tho appointment of an Assistant ISecretary of War. Tiik President has been bothered with hundreds of totters Inquiring if ho is a Mason, all of which hu has answered in tno negative. Ho belongs to no secret society, CmttsTiAy Ffot.kx, of Shamokln, Va., is tho oldest working minor In tho Key Mono Slate. He has worked In tho coal mines for flfty.flvo years and Is sllll able to do a big day's work. J ok MI'uiutov, tho famous romancer, whoso wonderful stories startlo tho newspaper world, Is said to bo a member of tho llaptlst Church at Louisville, Ky. An Infant child of Ahram Lorona. of Tombstone, Arlt., picked up a Hvo scorpion and put it in his mouth. Tho reptile stung tho eh lid's tonguo and thn child was a corpse In loss than an hour. A TV PH-lim v will has been, de clarcd valid by the courts of Herks County, Pa. This establishes tho claim work to b called "writ of ing," while tho Patent ofllco has officially ulaniied lias printing. OritOMvo and his renegade Apaches will remain at Mount Vernon Harrncks, Alabama, during tho winter. (Jcronltuo has qulto clvllUed. He lias learned to twang tho bango and his old surly manner has loft blm. TitK average cost of a Pullman sloefHr Is $17,81'.). There nre now In tmo 1,700 Btiindard and 'J.19 tourist Pullmans. Tho assets of tho company aro placed at SI0,78),CIU and tho liabilities at m.-t-nt wpll-know- n hard-workin- g CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dcnlcr in DRDSS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND ft DYE-STUFF- HICKMAN, KV. PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. T. T. SWAYNE & CO., DEALERS IN DriiffH, Medicine, IIooIch, HtatloiicryantlHcliool supplies. l'niicy CSootls, ToyM.nml Plcdirew, Niindrlcs, I'nlntH, Oils, WIiich nnd Liquors, Tor Medical Use. jri-n- -: D03DESTIC i SERVING 3IACHIOT. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. EAST BCIOKMAlSr MAN'F'G COMPANY, JNO. W. MORRIS & SON, Prop's. FINE BUGGY SPOKES AlSri CORN MEAL. ITT Will Agonta for Morris Machine Works Engines and Boilors. AukIO-I Urliut Muni lUv.iry Hntuntny. HERTWECK, BALTZER tub gkmwratku & CO., M tvprlter MANurAcrrunnis ov H W a 00 00 w 0. HICKMAN WAGON, HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. & of Madison, a distance, of over fifty miles, in less than ten hours. Ills namo DEALERS IX Is W. T. Young. NAVV ofllcers are laughing at Commander J. (1. Walker beeauso ho lecont-lyhad- a number of I'nlted Slates flags mado for tho now cruisers, nnd forgot to stars put In thoin Instead have forty-twas heiolofoie. of thirty-eighJohn W. McGi.m...AM, of Litigation;, Frederick County. Md., lus suaeeded In carving n wagon out of a walnut block Ho cut 28 Inchos long and bxlO square. W ar. off.rlng .11 crmdes ol I'lata, Mdlum and Dn. Furniture at graatl; ndueed prie.a, W. tongue, chains, slnglo Rookorn, Tablen, Bureaus, Washatanda, tho running gear, a full lias at all tinieint earrr lubbers troes, double tree, Wardrobes, OhambarSata, MattreaBOB.Sprlnga, Bio ,and ir. (uaranu. :oui nnd.,jvhcols nil complcto-an- d tho wltola prlc to buthslow.it. OlT.u.atnal n b tontneert. anldliAauntallcstrr.tUlon lu tbli work as any other wagon andean not (VW. rebiJauarleroo UndeMflKora' Ooorta be aluei, It at bo tuki n apait. He ln. Wo oarry a Ur. lln.otWood.ii anH MiUlllcllurlal Cat... fcl.OUO. aTBepilrlnf ana Job Work a STEPHENS TYLER, ('hawk's IUkfii has a vegetable gar dcit near Anaheim, Cal. The othprday ho brought In a pumpkin thnt weighed SOS jounds and two leets raised from seed that weighed 45 pounds each. Tho big pumpkin was bought by n Now York man, who shipped It to his own .Stalo fair. 1'ivi' miles an hour Is considered good walking for a man, but thnro Is ono In Morgan County, (.a., who can beat this. Ho walk d all tho way from Dultith, in Uwlnett bounty, to wthln a few mlloa Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, chain, o t, slay-chnln- to one of his (O'Sulll. Wrwt to'tbe lWe thdl a woiPaWrr Itsfleo, loaded with on iru.k and tbrco big t.nUl em lh rass he should come tor them. ynll Paul Hoeflir. Desk Sergeant at the men i VUl tiMjuA X vtiiu RtktUik ul.rrt TUUvtlva ban fougbltn was atatlonod provlou. to his ) ono In tb. trunk (Sensation arre Jin connctlon with this case, was the Mr. Forrest All. jot. Yr, WllDt-air, Um KH Could fo ftlctf neitMlncM. Hotestlrtedthat In the month of tho trunk la AprJherccclted n telephone message from there. Tb witness also Idonttned vrhlch Dr. Cronln'. body bad been carried from OBflhn, who wanted to se Ooughlln at hi. (O'HUIviia's) hovso that evening When told the Carlson cottage. ofrrjtt u.M'.n said "All right " On the 1st or Herman Theel, saloon keeper, trstWed early In tbo morning of ltj A, In company with t thlaylio rerelrod the mfl mca a;aln, two friends, b. drove through I'.v.nston avbnue, andpniRhlln said "All right. It Is O Sullivan, Tbey discovered is trsnV. wblth th'e mnti," wbert fold of It Lakevtaw omcer of Lake-rlr- f J1mi1i Hunakrr, bad been broken open, lyluir In a dittli by thn trttlfled that on the night of May 12, roadside. It contained cotton batting, dotted with blood. Ho and bis friends drtv It out of ablit half past Ji o'clock, he saw two raen, a th dlleh and plscel It on the edge of the street, talotie tnd a short one, standing on tha side-w.-- ft rear the Carlton cottage, and drove them Th. witness Identified the Mood stained trunk as tho one to which be re- may, telling them that they had no business to In the court-rootWmi at that time of night The witness then ferred. Herman I'ausee and Carl Knopf, who wero wikrdpnslthe Carlson cottage. A bright light with Tbetl when the trunk w&sdUcorered, cor wii burning wlthlu Ten minutes later, when roborated that witness' testimony without add hojretumed, the cottago Wat la dsrknest. fjllCAO.l, Nov , Oerhanlt Wardel tostiatd ' Ing any material points Job rhllllpt, one of the Lakerlcw polleem.n In (ho Cronln case this morning, that on the ni lit of tto murder ho saw two men at the sent out to bring In tho trunk after ft. was put on tho stand, and told of tbo rorvcr. near tbo Carlson cottage, which they content, of the trunk a. ho found them on ar- tho kly afterward entered. He saw a light in- rival at the pliico whero It was lying, on .1(14 He also testified that he taw Diooa-tpoi- s His description ogreod on le sidewalk tho next morning. Er.niton avenue Oa the 23d with that of the former witnesses. At hlbald Cameron was called op. but noth- andilthofMaytho witnesses went to O Sulll i)Dg t speeal Interest was brought out ' blm. ' Di James K. Kgbcrt. county physician, tes- van's bouse to arrest htm. While thtre O'Sulll Tanlepk'd toward the) Carlson coltsse, saw a ttflc that at the time of tho autopsy he renumber of people gotnjr Into it, and said. mov d two locks of hair from the head of Dr. "What In h aro tbey going la there for, th" Crcv n, d that it was rst Into a Jarcontaln-In- g lirohol. He also gave a portion of It to Pod fools ' Captain K. II. Wing, or the tkcvlcw police, lice dil'laln PchuetUer whoac-eerspacteSejeral tclrattHo men were called to the who succeeded Captain Villlert, and Offlcrr Phillips on the trip when the ttani to giro their cv Idence on tha finer point, trunk was brought In, was th. next witness. of tje cats. He told tho slory substantially as It wus told ClCACO, Nov. 11 Charles Herkimer, a 1st-Sby Phillip. He also testified to rerrlsin n key tru called at a --rltness la the Crca'.s case from another policeman which fitted tho lock thlt morning. Trosecutor Longeneekcr asked wi,w It.. ,iw.lJ.i Do you know John Knnze sitting there f thlt tin paint The relevancy of this, yet to bo shown, Is mm at tho endl ' cottage Yes " that it Is th. key found In the Carlson and that the paint on It Is the same as the psiot The man who Is grlanlng at your" on the cottage floor The witness also desert ocd sir " (Jumplog to his feet) That Is tb Interior appearance of tbs Csrlson cottage i'Yes, way, I submit, to treat a man who ts on In substantially the same way as previous wit tittl for his life nrsae. bare done. Police oBlcera Jacob Bpenclrr and Georgo 'lie Is grinning at the witness. That It what Vlatla corroborated tho testimony of former E.tated." except to those remarks." Police Officer George Hlott, of Ue witnesses I Why does the gentleman repeat It so often, Chicago force, testified that on the day follow Ing tb. discovery of Dr. Cronln t body, ho and I tin. f ho dors not intend anything by It! i" Why did Kunte grin, thenf Officer Lcrch made a careful search of tbe He Identtrted tha psl t Carlston cottago. 7he Court I dM not understand that the smeared key at ono found by htmtclf and Lor i Slate s Attorney Intended any Impropriety. tn the ootttge, and added that ba subsequent y Mr. Longcnecker I can not convict blm on a taw CapUtn Bchuettler, of tha Chicago police irris-- I would cat convict a man on a grin it I fit ll Into the lock of tbo bloody trunk, wlilcb It mnlil. anil vnti can not convict men before an I Intelligent readily unlocked. lnrr tn th&t sir. or bv anv thlnff ex. William U. James, a lad of sixteen years, tes sept vldence." tinner, tettlfled tbat on tba Moutified that la February last be occupied a roosn- tn the per house JlIocV overlooking wo upper lt morning nfter tho murder Ilurke camo to 117 Clark street Inthat month ho often lr shop where he worked and had a galvanized flat at saw two men In those rooms Ua Identified In- - box soldered i it was about ( by 90 Inches tb. prisoner, ICunre, as one of them. Kunie Inire. The witness continued: "Wo got to was washing bit feet, and at toon at he discovta ng about this case here, at I read It in the ered that the wltnet was looking at him he paicrSunday morning and he laid that Dr. pulled down the blind. C iln was a Iliitlth spy and ought to be Chicago. Nor 7. la the Cronln cae thlt k d.' morning William Mertct, the milkman, wat Ilefore you soldered tbe box did you do any called to the Hand. "Do you remember May , th to the lid r I do, I waa on tho last!" he was asked. "Yes, let. sir I had to scraps It because there att side of Ashland avenue, near tho Carlson up. taml and ona thing and anAtharon It," I taw two men cottage, about 8 80 o'clock. "i fore you icrapcdf It did you do anj thing When I h drive up to the cottago la a buggy. flnrke wat therer' the Notlr, well. I tried ta cot tho cord, and ctme about fltty or teventy five feet from cot-Hircottage, the buggy was Just In front of the not have that" he Ono of tbs fellows cot and It stopped. RhstdM r -- sy abetst it when yea were out of tbe buggy and went up to tb. front gate gei-- . to cut the cord" It, and up tho throogh went He shored my arm to one lido, and said: and It looked to ma as though Tt God'a sake don't cut It,' or some remark front ttept. he bad tome key, or something like that lit that 1 told him I had to cut It to make In hit Imnd, nnd that be opened the door hi lie a jit!, and he said: 'Do It anyway. It don't telf. As soon as that fellow stepped In the ni ' any difference what kind of n Job It other fellow that was sitting In the buggy Is turned the horso around at ence and got away Kire said that when Durke wat brought ut a. quick at he could do It I did not take ts.it; m Winnipeg ho visited tho Jail with an any notice of tha fellow that went into the enter for the purpote of identifying him. Ho . house, to see whether be had a bat on or a dose to Ilurke't cell, when the latter cap. but 1 noticed he had en a dark hrown ov er m trrd . aslf he inennt blm (witness.) coat Hut he hsd cuds, and It looked as though Oc 'he the fines, repeatcoat As soon at that fel- ed cry detail of Ilurko'i visit to hit shop and be had a dark-browlow that was In tho buggy turned his bona to th lo.derlngof the box. He wat certain at to go away I could see his face belter. There was hit i "entity. While the wltncst watjtvlng gaslight thereon the corner and It was' light th'i testimony tho defendant (Ilurke) leaned and I could see hi. face." for jfJ In hit chair and laughed derltlrely at "How near were you to him at that timet'' hltr Oh, Just from the street to tho sidewalk, as the wltnet. wat 03 redirect examination "You were alked by Mr. I was vary near tha Carlton cottage. Wfcea a,, j tils question: feet, T Ynti s.!d t tn Txhsrs yen told this first I -- a? nbit th!eprcd on walking toward them. I away. 1 went Captain Bchuettler, I will ask you If you spoke on the corner 7" went south to tbe grocery Itore to your brother first about It V sir, I did not speak to anybody about of Ashl.nd avenue I was there about bait an hour When I came heck again, and when 1 th i The way this thing came out was this. cottage, then Mjerothergot to talking aoout the other boie came about half a block near the I heard somebody nailing In tbo cottage, aslf iej n 'or the other party up there, ft hat party?" they wero nailing boards together. I heard For Sullivan." them when I wat half a block away." TMs was objected to by the defense and "Did you ever tee tbete parties since you saw them driving up theref n d out as Irrelevant, filler, testified that hs Michael Walsh, a gas "Yes." "Do you see them now" waist ofte time a member cf Camp SO, of the "Yes, sir. Thlt one (Indicating Kunxo) was C sr In the latter part of April tbe tho CM that mx drtrir.; the wages, and that v nest was at wurk at Jollct Wbllo tliero big one there (Indicating Coughlla) that looks aK it May Oho taw Martin Uurke; they roomed like the fellow that was getting Into the leather until both returned to Chicago. May house." I Ilurko worked ono day whlls there, "These are the men you taw thereat halt for which ha wat paid 11 GO. The wit. saw Ilurke receive a letter Tho State's past 8 o'clockP n orney rndeavorcd, but without success, to A"Yes " Which one went up the steps? e t the ilatement from Walls that thlx letter The big one." ci talned a money order. wagon away!" "And which ono drove Uie iho with of tho Btate'. Attorney, he was to show that Durke was without "That young one." Oa the cross examination tb. witness was n.outyof Lis own, but that shortly afterward, toon contused by tha questions which wrre he was In. Winnipeg with plenty of money, with rapidly ilrd at hint, but th iiiItkiiiMit Iuum ! a ticket Kutor and with alile countel to hit story and tald to the cross examining lawyer: rUhthls extradition. "If 1 am here to awear, 1 willtwear by tlod Mrs. Conklln, at whose house Dr. Cronln what It right about It." tired, was called, and Identtrted tb. clothes as "Will you .wear positively that this man those worn by Dr Cronln on tbo ntght when bo Kunrc) wat the mtn tbat as tit left her house for tba last time. She alto Iden(pointing to ting In the buggy!" tified the other articles. Including the box of "Yes," anserd the witness. plinls and Hit case of surgical Inttrumenta at "And tbe other inanwas Cougblln, here" daring been taken by Dr. Cronln on tbat occa-ile"Yes." , Assistant Superintendent Frank Hurray, of The articles wero then put In evidence. tho I'inkorton Agency.was called, and suld that a a . on the afternoon of tbo day after Ur Cionln Tho derma of Contumptlon, disappeared. XIr, COnklln, with whom Dr CroA mombor of tho London Epidemionln lived, employed tho Agency In the case The witness went to O SnllU an s house and hsd logical .Society stntcs that tho bacillus a talk with him. O'Sulllran denied that he had of uhcrculosls, or consumption, may tent anyone with bis card to Dr. Cronln the i nter tho body by Inoculation through a night before, and related the story of his en cut or wound! by moans of tho gaging Dr. Cronln to attend his men tubston tlally as It has been told heretofore membranci; by tho prodAfter examining tno or three police officials, uct of conception, and by direct hered during which no new point was brought out the itary transmission; by the mucous mem- court sdjourned till to n orrow. brano of tho nllmentary canal, by tho CillCAOO, Nor 8 Directly after the opening of thn court In tho Cronln case this morning mucous .mopibrano of tho respiratory ex tract, and by tho a,lr-col- ls Captain Bchuettler was asked, on redirect of tho lungs. amlnatlon. In regard to hit recollection of uhnt Tho danger from swallowing tho gorms transpired at the Interview between 0 Piilll an with tho food makos It vitally Important and Captain Schaack, Schuetllerbelng picseut on May S8, at testined to. The wllnets' lesti to avoid milk from tuberculous cows, monydld not dlller materially from thnt gunn and possibly tho flesh of tuberculous by Captain Wing. It wat to the cflcrt that cattle, 'fowls and other animals. A rkan O Sullivan admitted tbat ho had norrr bad an accident among bit men. and that hit own sawTrnvolor. physician', bill, hsd been about IIS per year A gcntloinnn employed at a colliery Then Captain Bchuettler related tho router tatton at to telephone mess vges bet ten O'S il a few ni j las from Glasgow had a dog llran and Cougblln, as to O'Bullltan't where called Jimmy, which ho parted with to aboutt on tbo night of the murder, at to O'Hul llvtn being a member of tho run na Oaol, etc, a friend at a colliery some miles distant. The two o dices aro connected by tolo. but n otblng new was developed Captala Bchuettler then told of an Interview phonofand tho other morning tho i which ho had with Q'Bulllvan about May W. rnng up his friend and asked Tho witness tald ; 'The question 1 put to him how Jimmy was doing, "Oh, ho'ti flno." was, 'What societies, of any kind, do you be long tot' H. 1old mo that ho belonged to tho was tho aiumor; "ho'a at my foot Just now I'll hold hint up and see if he Mixed lCnlghtt of Labor ami to tbo Imlcpend ent Order pf Foretters I put the direct quo knows jour voice." Thin was dono, and tlon to him them 'Do you belong to the (Ian tho former owner shouted ovor tho wlro; H. .aid, 'No, I do not.' 'Do you be IlllliCJInimyl" Jimmy mado no slgc Jong to any other societies!' lie stld, No. only those.' I laid, 'You want tp be sure this it of recognition, but on 'being set down right for this may go fufther'' I cautioned iigilrvho'pt ortco' mado for iiiq'ddor. a'nd him In som. such w ay at that He laid. This herTHj!Volrl, master vont 'hoitv ft din Is all I belong to'" tho dog wus thoio to welcome htm MittMli" 'f be kuuw unyuf the peep of them given aftt-- Democrats, 117 rtopubllcunsj Senate, crats, 11 Republicans. Tho latest estimate of the voto of the State gives McKlnaey S0.0M ma twit-- BT 28 Demo- llio suffering to man fully as groat as shown in orts. Patrick Casoy. entri I'levon days ranking tho run ad to I.exllno and return. and night ho was without Tnoil ho mado on a Jack wht In tho snow. Beventy- wtftitagsnbnf at. MiJimtlWra Jtirpttviortlor tno days .and ome sheep out of rV R Alts and roasted and ato thorn. jastjenger train was cut oil feir'ting statfofw threo:aay. Lortitho e pros company fot JP pporcra, who aiiqr .a . I mEa, . " A. i r report C. " , S.'JorW, resigned. . ' - NonroLK, Va., Nor. 7. Further election recelred this morning Indicate that this Congress Innat District was carrl.d by tha Demo crats by .,000 majority, a Dcmocratlo gala of 8.200. IOWA tht DUhuocsl Iowa. Nor. 7. Tbo Herald (Dem ocrat) has returns from 87 counties In the Slaty. These giro nole. a plurality of 18,000. The re maining 32 oountles In 1W g'ave a liepumican plurality of IUWJ. On th's basis, uo'et already hat a plurality of LTDi, toihat all gains In tho remaining 82 counties will limply add to hit plurality. II tbe same ratio of Democratic galnt continue through the thlrty-- t to reunites. Holes will have a plursllty In the State of from 8,00) to 10,009, it it now impossible lo aereas. mm ana hit plurality ts only a question of gains In the remaining one third of the State, So far there It nolaeounly, with oaa or tno exceptions, but what shows a Democratic g at n. In the countlrt so far heard from there 1. an average gals of S76 to each. Tbo majority of Doles runs up to 0,748. He is almost certain to take the balance of the ticket with him. DM Moines, la.. Nor. . The Register (Republican) tays: Return, from every Legislative district show that the next Legltliture Democrats will stand- - Senate Republicans Si. House Republicans K, Democrats 47, doubtful 1. I. figures will probably raise Abbott's majority to Deckwlth tele over 17,000. graphs to th Stat Demoeratle Committee tbat to the Senate In At Oirdner, Rep., la laatio County by S3 majority. This gtrea the TiepubiKjaui ooutiol u tho &euate by ii to 10. The House Is 33 Democrat, to 2 Republicans. Tho returnt from the State thow that the total rote for the Prohibition ticket wat not overlO.utO, a reduction of about W per cent. from that of last year. NEnKASKA. nrw RrT Trzxtox, Nor 8. Returns from about thirty districts aro ttlll Incomplete. Tbo complete on hlsol or other tools. A llUnurv tiVri WoUd knock a hnlo In a can of corn 6ri''ionlaUs'and then drink the wrtli STi,.,jr ovine ttrXes-tni- s raw food waa frown., butt It wertt, among men 0 butyry. Two livo goats w.ero being thlppod 'in a caboose, hut tho hui ry men cut their Viroats and ato thia.raw. Tbo report fcsva a stclt man trawling: with two chlldrci lay on Vita t,f,eV rn, .tiiva linlnlnaa MfAiiad - ...IV MWJU, uw....... .. ..MU only 'or nourishment. A near Uto creek, a,, Mr. Garcia, U reported to havo lost flva thousani kheep from a flock of eight thousand. J'ngineer Lyons said that ha saw more real destitution during ten days in Ibis snow blockado than In all bis life before. Tho'road was opener with rohry nnow plows, but remained ojit-- onlj a few hours. Yesterday morn-lngsnow and wind blocked tho cut) again, and tho passenger train due here irom tho South this forenoon Is stuck In tho Knowto-nlgh- t. Altogether tho blizzard has leen a terrible ono. Nono of us ever saw oft such a ono In outhcrnColorado or New Mexico. It was a Ihlota storm that got of its track and struck an unsuspecting people. President Morgan Jones, of tho Port Worth read, was himself a passenger from the xcno of tho blockado. aheep-ginvcn .JKi ttfTsmnBrarfp)KMf J:ssir. Itxtnn was fatally cut with a Jcnlfo by SamMaxwcll, during ajrjuarrol 6vera game of cards, near Owensboro. HevWork$nadJ9nlpg , . Tuk. Arlington, tho Covington terminus of tho suspen sion bridge, was destroyed, a few days ago. .. Tho flames had gained consjder.- M deparfmentr and all efforts were concentrated to savq tho limber-worof the bridge There Is hot 51 "" Insurance on a lost of $13,000. Dan McCarthy, of Cincinnati) Dr. Jenkins, of Newport, and Jttdgo Shine, of Covington, arc the chief stockholders in tho concern, which baa but recently r. Wen released frpm tho control pf of Jis.wybuf tlip flri k e7r rft- - f thnrrl'fi5sTrS!?v-t-'ajijjiaT-- 4 a.ro-celvc- Tiik following storekeepers and gaugcrs wero appointed on tho Oth for Kentucky. Clay McCandless, storekeeper and gauger for tho Fifth District. Storekeepers Elijah It llarrott 'for Jho Sixth District: .las. Tl. Harris, John 11. Kolley, John Jl. Murrell for tho Fifth District. A IOUfRVtt.l.K r . ii i butcher named lUtz in- flicted Injuries from which ho can not recover. i . fioVKnsoit IllVKftKlt has fixed Wednesday, Decemlier 18, as tho date of the execution of Heat Hunt for the. murder of James Abncr. In April, 183'J. . , , , , Cit vs. IlopsoN was fatally cut at during a dlfllculty wlthjtls brother-in-la- struck an old man named Kttstiis nnd STEAMSHIP ON FIR& Loss of th. (Jueensniore .Ml of the Crew SatriUtM..! anil Tarvn Valn.il at llalf aMllllos. NicW Vcmc, Nov. 13. Captain Itrooks, of tho reamer Arizona, who arrived yesterday report 'that at 1 i. m., November ; In latitude 81.09 degress, longitude 55,17, ho sighted tho steamer Qtiecnsmoe, bound east, flying the signal "I anonilro." Tho Arizona stopped and Ctptaln Itrooks offered any in his power. Tho Queens-moro'cocmandcr asked him to tow her east to jort, but this Captain Hrooks said was Impossible. He stood by for an hour, tnd "tho Queenaworo then "(Is on." thn Arizona continued , , , , ' w., 4 iter voyar. ino caDteuas ainijq iirougas lntclllgenrt that. thcQuconsm'oro went a I.A.Mi.'i.sTr.it was killed with an Cadiz. ,, , Fiiak AnvtSTno.NO, tho railroader who was shot several nights ago. at lie by Pat Sullivan, was, reported to axe at ,J" bo dying on tho tuh. It was a 'political shooting. "' 'J he following fourth-clas- s postmas tors wero commissioned for Kentucky-io- n the 7th; J. l). Starks, Ilrandenburgh, Meado County, rice Mrs. M. O. Grcon, removed; John H. Ilakor, Clarkson, (Srayson County, vlco J. P. Langley removed; Miss Annie Heaver, St. Mary's, Marlon County, vice II. I). Mc.(ce, removed. OMAnt, Nor, 6. Returns from thlt State are still very Incomplete but there la no doubt whatever that the Republicans have elected Lawi to CongTett In the Second District by from 2,00010 8.CO0 majority, and that the Republican candidate for Supreme Jndjro and the Regents of the University have from 0,000 to SO ono. Douglas County has elected tbe entire Dcmocratlo ticket with tbe exception of one Commissioner. Ccmptro'.ler. A Ashapous. MDw Nov. members el tbe Legislature and county oraeera were voted for In this State DALTiaonE, Nor. a At 10:tl p. m., partial returns to the Sun, from cities and counties, indicate tbat Daugbman, D., ll r elected Stale Comptroller by about 8,000 majority, a gain on hit former rote. At 11:18 tbe American candidate for bulletin tayt Davidson, D mayor, carries the citr by 4 501 as estimated by th. returns of thirteen wards out of twenty 5.-- MAnTLAND. ,,, -- was preseulcd the other day with a stuffed eagle measuring woven feet froln tip to tip. by Mr. J. C. taisman.- Tho bird was killed recently in Allen Coun ty, and Is said to lm tho largest ever oaT,t,itwt - in t ntd ... -. -f t ,i - Dit K. C. .Tonf.h, IouIsvHIe druggist, two. VaiSACBOSETTS. (Dcm.), 1W,K"i Dlackmer (Fro). 13,8841 Marks (Labor) 111. Drackett's plurality 5,984. Tho Senate will be composed of St Republicans and It Ocmscnu. cats cued wiui Si Rapubilcui and 8 Democrats Ip 1U3. There are 1C R ublicans and 78 Democrat! returned to tbo lower Houie, a Republican lost of 18 Representatives from last year. Ecsrer, Nct. 7. The tetaJ foctlssa 1st tret Bracket (Rep.), ISA, sou Rutsell Csv-ern- u IIXI-JOI- S. successful by majorities ranging from 1,000 to 'Ihe country townt selected RtpubUca.ni by similar majorities. Heretofore the board bat been a tie between tha parties, wltb aa Independent la possession of the casting rote. Most Interest centered on the fight for the recordershlp. 1,200 Nor. 8, A Democratic victory wat the result of the county election here The returns nt 11 p. to. were sufficiently com. plete to show tbat the Democrats bad gained control of the Board of County Comnitsslonera. All the ten Democratic candidates for commit- tlonert from the city htve apparently been CntCAOO, "3. " fr JACstlO, Mill., Ivor. 8. Tbe election tn thlt was for Governor and other State State onicera, member! of the Legislature and county So little Interest wai felt In the otOoeri. there that no oppottloa to the Democratic ticket that the Executive Committee have not provided for return! ai heretofore Fire coup-lie-s having local distention! enjoy soma Uttje excitement but otherwlie the election Is quiet and uatatcrciiinj, UntavoriS:; weather will make the Veto even lighter than wit anticipated. ew you a. Nrw Yona, Nor. 6. The Democrats have un doubtedly carried this fitato by over 23,0.0 of their candidates, who plurality, though-twwere unpopular with the voters, raa consider ably behind Tha Republican! hv held their own In the upper House of tho Legislature, but have lost several nismb.rt In tbe lower House, The Legislature Is still Republican, however, by a big major.ty, but there Is not the majority that was honed for. Tbe last Penate stnoU Republicans 20, Democrat! Tha Repuhlioans may possibly mako a gain of one on thlt. The Istt Assembly stood: Republicans W. Democrats 19. Latest advices Indicate that tbe next Assembly will stand Republican 70, Democrat! F3. y eleo-tlotwo-thir1 aKostrri. rcsNartTAMiA. Nov. 8. The only State offwas State icer voted tor In Pennsylvania Treasurer Ettlmates from every county In the State glvo DoyerRop., ,1M plurality, JonwrrowK, Pa., Nov. ft. Johnstown Is now a city. In tact all nf the boroughs but one or two in tho outlaying dlttrlcts have been carried for consolidation. The whole Democratic ticket js elected lu Cambria County Philadelphia, struck thr; rocks at Three Caatles Head was trouoio witn tno gas supply iitr- ofl tho IrlsbJcoast. She had a crow of nlshed by tho Kentucky JtocJc (!as Com- n anu a caru vaiueu as pany, and that tho supptyhad liegtin (o ,, f.yw.ooo, Including 695 head of cattlo. iati. and Tiik following All tho crew wero fared. Sho was owned by W. H. Johnon X Co., of Liverpool, gaugers were commissioned on thn 7th W. II. nnd was bound from llaltlmore to Liv- for Kentucky: Cnsndall and Frank Daniel for tho Fifth erpool. " district, F. M. Scoflold for the Seventh IOWA'8 VOTE. district, John X. Faulkner, Jr.., for tlw "and Altnnat fompleta lteturns fllva notes Eighth district Ma Tliou.anil Plurality, but the Itest ol Gaugcrs G. F. MountcrlvTames A. th Republican Ticket It Uecteil. Howard, for thoSoventh 11e district. roisns. la.. Nov. 12. Tho volo or the Stato ofllcers was Fitr.DEitlCK LonnAlXF a in every county yesterday. At actor, w as egged by tho boys of 11 o'clock last night the Stato Keglster tho other night, on account of had received tho full returns from his unsolicited attontions to a youni clghty-slt- f counties lady of that place. of the nlnety-nlnof tho Stato. They show that Holes A Lot'isvif.t.F. couplo who wero di(Democrat), otcrnor, is olected by a vorced a month ago now ask to havo plurality estimated at 6,000. The low- tho decreo annulled that thoy may Hyp o est voto On''tho Republican ticket together again as man and wife. of poycrnor was for Lieutenant Ptuir. New nr.ornn. of tho State Col Gov ernor, afid theret.rnson thoclghty-sl- x lege, has resigned his position to take I'oyneertllcp.), 150, 0J1; effect on tho 8th. Ho has accepted a pocoiintles'glve Hestow (Dcm.l. 152,543 A probablo sition as chief engineer on a Kansas on tho thirteen remaining coun- railroad, at a very lucrative salary. ties basing .the cstlraato on tho vote for Hun Woolsev, engineer at the toilutchlson, "who runs behind Poynecr, bacco factory ol nice ,fc Co., Hopklns-vlllgives Toyneer tbe election by about flva was shot and fatally Injured at a hundred plurality. Tho rest of tho Re- lato hour tho other night by I.lge Rick-ettpublican ticket is therefore also elected a prominent young man with whom by pluralities of from ono to threo he had had a difficulty In a saloon. They thousand ' had gono out to tho stono bridge, whero the shooting took place, Tho origin of and Trust Law. tho trouble is not known, lloth men Mo Nov. 12. Jekkkiison Cm Woolsey was shot of State Lesueur is in earnest were drinking and trust through tho brain, and on the 4th was ' l about onforclng tho escaped, but tho pollco law'. Ho has sent a circular to that ef- dying. Itlckett's fect to all' corporations that failed to aro in hot pursuit. Tiik following pensions wero given make tho affidavit roiiuired by law. Kontucklans tho other day: Increase Samuol Smith, Crockettsvlllo: Alphonso Ferdinand Must do. Myers, Paris, Nov 12- .- Iho ololl says tho Chandler, Lebanon; John I). French-burrecent Interview between the Czar and Mllledgovillo; Charles D. Irwin, William A. Itutlor. Albany; John Prlnco llismarclt dinng hia majesty's visit to Berlin resulted In a decision to Dean, Frankfort; Granville Gllstrap, oust Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, from Dextervllle;11.Hezeklah Harmon, Absher; Gardner, Maytown. Navy Rudolphus the rulershlp of tliar country. Itobert II. Mahatha, Newport. ' Tiik following storekeepers wero com Noted f enlan Dead. Nf.w" Yoili, .Vov. 12. - General. Thomns missioned on the 4thi Win. II. Graham Irish and IL G. Hodgell for tho Fifth District- Francis lVerke,' a Ax Nlcholasv llle, Jas. McAble, a colagitator, ted. yestorday at liU home, street, from ored man, while out hunting accidentNo. 209 sort Thirty-sixtncutn. Inflammation of tho kidnoys, after ally shot off his hand. Hr.N Mosnv was assaulted at Shelby-vlll-e a tjen days. r, the other night by Clarence feevenij-iiVOruiestore-keepeStore-keepeStorn-keepeofll-clcan-vassg d, o out-bide, s, Anti-FoSec-rotaanti-poowell-know- n h sto".-nes,-.f High-towe- dowln'JsfofjJa8tFridayrmtvIng VMtlBatlovrJitiUierthere no foundation for tho that rumor, itA .- ,u, ,A , a if--' : wb Boys Drowned. Nov. l'J. A boat capsized PlTTStit'-- '. on tho MtvoligahPla river yesterday, containing 'pur boys. Two of them, named WJIams and Roberts, aged about llften years each, wero drowned. HARDSHIPS OF GENIUS. IIommi wns it beggar. Si'KSfhit djed In want, Cr.ltYAXThS djed of hunger. Tkriiaivck, tho dramatist, wns a slayo, DiiVDEN lived In poverty and distress,, llUTixn lived a llfoof ponnry nnddlod poor. Sin Walter Uau.kiii died on the Kaffold. Bacoh lived a llfo of moanncss and distress. j, Dth or a.fltud.nt. red New IlAvf' Conn., Nov. erlck . 0t, ot.hQ'alo Divinity Rl,nnl .. dtso Cost" 'for soventyktw-o'flollar8,': k.uw., lo.'last, night at' tho New three payments1, and finished his Ufa In Haven hosniH of tjfphbld fover ltls Mich. 01ltt, obscurity. roluttvcs re-neg-loo13.-F1 I'latjtu, tho Itoman co",io poot, turned a mill. Paul 11oikiiif.se had fourteen trades, yot starved with all. Tasso, tho Italian poot, wa8 often dls trc&sod for Uvo shillings, Steele, tho humorist, livod a ltfo of pertoot warfare, with balllils, Otway, tho KngUs'h dramatist, died promaturolyi and through hunger. ntNTiyoGUo was rofused admittance Into a hospital bo hud erected hltnsoU, t, Tub death of Collins waa through first causing mental derangement Mtr.TOX gqld his copyright of ''Para IUlfighN. C,- Mov. 13. A special from Seluuttates that John Starling, f Mrs. Cenla lirown, who wasmurdird Friday night, was urrest ed yesterdatrbarged with her murder and that clhor little grandson. Tho arrost was tie result of thp coroner's Inwas 'taken to jail at quest. Smttbtlold TbauVvlag la West Virginia. CiiAiii.isTJV. ,W. Vai, Nov. 12. Governor Wllio yoaterday issued a proclamation tlxlsf November 28 as a day of throughout thd goneral son-in-la- MuiiAiiw.r for Two Lives. Stato. ' . Eun4 Bought by Bonner. 'throo-ycar-ol- New Yoiiaofi 19. Kobcrt llonner admits havl'f purchased of Hon. L. trotStanford, tl fffot ting lllly, fc.u0l'wio mado her mile nt d San, Franci .'JjlOW to-l- Mr. Homier ho paid for tl D"' nottato on Saturday. nbatprlca of couro a vorvhleh !!?. a colored tough of Louisville, and will die. his skull being crushed by a blow. Tnr. President has appointed John C Wood postmaster at Mt, Sterling, vlco Wm. II. Wllkerson, removed. HoitACi. MlM.Misohl his farm, two and a half miles from Paris on the Maysvllle and Lexington turnpike, the other evening, to J. Monroe Leer, for SO t, 000. The placo fllO acres and thn prlco paid Is Stud per acre This Is considered one of the finest farms In the State. This, with the 400 now owned by Mr. Leer, gives him 1,010. ATbhelbyvllleinsano Mary McGann gleefully admitted that tho cause of tho sudden and alarming sickness of her fathor's family of six persons w asa package of ro.igh en rsts, which she put into U ir out of rtnireveept tno rortrc Mary, who died. GnvMtNon HiThSEit, has appointed Judge Wiley J. Maey, of Hart County, to 1ms Mate Examiner and Inspector, In place of Iteuben A. Miller, who, on account of his private business, resigned Judge Macy resigned tho County Judgeship of Hart County to accept his new position, and the Governor appointed Mr. Henry Watklns, of Mumfordvllle,' '' us his successor. postmasTiik following fourth-clas- s Kenter were appointed on tho 4lh fur tucky: Witt. 0. MorrW, Sulphur, .He.nry County, vice 11. Morris, resigned; Theo, J Gowen. Siimiiiersvlllo. Green Cuui.tyj 11. T. I.arliiwrc. resigned. vU-"New-Forest,- " eon-tai- vtVjs a a&x&&iSssm s .MTzzzzzrj ..,,.,.. i i.sr tt. sir sri rrv utf jm assi "si Tacw r jram -- Stick of FALL and WINTER GGODS is now complete in all lines. elsewhere. We haven magnificent line of Wc have a splendid line of AlaskLi $kal-Ski- n Garments. that Defy Competition. We nro tin sole agents for We nrc (lie 60J0 agputs for H. sl w .aw "vr 110 11 Tf cox Trs BUCHAIVTAIV'S Our stock is the largest and best-selecte- ss ir il? w ?&v T xt .yt -- ... sc r.-- - mm. tiist mm -- .. $$- tlxt jm in mi -- mtvr m Axi. via 085BS2 ,..., will sell at prices d one in Jlickman, and the prices arc lower than can bo found ELEGAHT DBESS GOODS with Trimmings and buttons to match. Brown-Desnoye- rs TKT 3EX X WYLEK, ACKEItLAND O 31 Vfc "TOTE! of TrtT" Pcrfrat-Kittin- p, (O'S Hplcnditl make CLOTHING, the in Hickman, and you can save from $2.00 to $.'1.00 a suit, by buying tlicm. HOODS IS HICKMAN. Call and cxamino our Ikautiful Stock before buying, you can save money! Tbilor-Mwl- o I Xji Iji SELL, I., H. Au Angry Preftltlnnt. We have a splendid stock of Ladies and Children's Wraps and Cloaks, in all styles, which we celebrated make of Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes, the best made, and most elegant Shoes in America, A.T VZEa-EtT- r LOW PRICES! ' Wo have the HEST Stock, ami tlic CHEAPEST Stock of ' -- " H THE HICKMAN COURIER. r o U. xxx xx , BUCHANAN, TIIK CARE. no TMOUHI.r. KKTWKK. THE Ri:rwnx. MACMI, Which r.tery llrmorrnl Shootit rnvor. Reform f our Jury njraitm. The Urent I)vmer lie Vic- - It. llAHRINOXIm TIIAMKajf.lVi'lmUej, it seems from the newspapci grand Jury of Montgomery The HICKMAN, KY., twrirs. Tho Australian Ballot System County. Ala . Iu Its report last Denjomin Harrison has issued correspondents that Presided In disouasing tho work to be week says: "It may bo worthy of FltWAY, Nov. 15, 18S9. (X'OM'MliTw 1II.OCU,) The Hepublican papfra pretend'! his Thanksgiving proclamation for Harrison is really angry over t lie before tho Constitutional Conven- has come to stuy. It is important nolo as indicating nnmlslakauiy KENTUCKY mCEJUlT, recent elections, and, notwlthl tion tho Courier has cited the that every Democrat should unbeto attribute the great ilriocratic Nov. 28th, and luckily ho did it relations of amity existing r(IK CI.KUK COflHT Uf AI'I'KItU, standing the fact that many of til need of somo reforms in our jury derstand its Importance, add favor tho tho races here, that no seritween victories to local chums, Ut these beforo tho Democratic cyclone of We er antnorltei to annonnre Mr. UW, I Republican nowspapera attehqitf grateni8, specially noting tho dis its extension throughout tho Un- ous act of rlolenco has been re- THIS IIUUHK1IAS ItKCBNTI.V HKKN II Maddkn up for trc arcontiiitdation v( en.ii.Mt for ni.rklels'.toiis extended ovii .o much last reel:, for since thou ho has to ported to this grand jury, commit- Pntmmtrr and Hie. trtelln( jmbllc iren. conccaUt, It will crop Court of Appeal, aubjeel lo the action territory, in too mnuxiBieB, to been eUont, dumb as au oystir, of tho Commonwealth ion. of Ike lemnerallo lai Cimtrnlton. Democrats have everything to ted by whjto person against a color tratty Ctrtit room", n'o Iwrdt, fit Hiai . of persona he explained nwnr by mH causes and, possibly, could not write It is not certain that tho JPrwflH0pro8eoiitloii )t lp R'1h rnrU Biiaraniryd lo alP ed Wtwr, aud himself even wants' to tide It. eWeed with criminal offenses in guilt and nothing to lono by ac- In i'eyi, or vice ImMuhcb. that Traveflbg rura will liud tba lietl of alien- such a proclamation now. Tiik Democrats of I own will altogether. Ifthe democrats had nearly every cepting and advocating it. linn atniir lict"-lbend every energy to defeat Alli- only won oroinde great gains in What has he to be thankful for, llio oilier day, Mr Sawyer, tho the large challenge lists allowed of assault and buttery, and carry a full lint of additltn, A method of voting which not assault with Intent to kill, wero to the Mcnnte. some one State, then it might son for Republican Senator from Wscon-sin- , the defendants. That article has anyhow! be only renders fraud Impossible but made by colorod persona against FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, called to seb him to projs the extensively copied by tho Thankful is Tiik Convention to nominate n argued with some plausibility "lo tho United that heby President of name of a Mr. Guonthcr, i Ger been press, sometimes with cred- renders il impossible for cither those of their own race." to which we Irnllt aVrnlltn. Our pri Stato tinlltli.nl iiiirti- - In plinrrrA ('liii'iilipn tho voice of States vaudidiite for Clerk of the Court cat issius'' caused the result. are at low at lie lowrot. man, tor an ofHce. The Presdeut it and sometimes without, but tho at the polls upon its opponent will of Appeals will lio hold in LouisThe Republican leaders know n minority of tho peoplo. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. ville, May 28th. Is ho thankful (or tho annihila- cut him short by saying that I was copying of which recognizes the be a great blessing to tho country, bcttrr, and nro commencing toad-dreino good timo to present the lame need of some reform in our jury and to all parties. tion of his man Mali one in VirrV.rUM t'lRl'VIT COURT them Reives to This is accomplished by tho w. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE TnK St. Louis ginia; the downfall of Foraker iu of a German, or tho claitni of system. Alert lawyers, watching Australian system. - McOulchm, Kirnlor of Indignation of tho people. pbj'b tlio next victory for the pco-plVol Malion, ilec'il. i'Uiullff Cully Germans, after tho desertiom hy tho interest of their guilty eliants,j It was tried under very excel- will lie the locution of tlio What will bo tho elToct of theso Ohio; the certain kuowlcdgo of taliut & quickly BCizo tho advantage of lent auspices last week and prov- - lilt helrt tal ere JIiom, JtTJl Democratic TJ. S. Senntor from that clement In Ohio and World's Fair at St. Louis. Democratic victories! It will ef aud gave the Senator to KENTUCKY BTnEET challenge privilege to place, od a complete sneccss. That it is N'ollce U hrrbr gtftn to tht Crtilllirt this fect two things r.s the Courier thut Slate; or the victorious shout lh underTiiF.nii is great destitution in that it would bo bettemot upon tho jury ouo or inoro toi noi a unu unug tonne jscaiocrui- - of Vol. lialtoo, littrattJ, tilt! Kulloa Clr- -- TT EKrfl eoettanlly an hand for aire of the Iowa Domocrats; or iu Now confidently believes. elf Dakota. Crops have failed three prevent a verdict, aud get tho to party Is abundantly proved by cullnJ, CouiiiiUloter of litIn lb and talt Court, uoJtr to orltr ttatt tVfiORBEfl, UUOOIER 1st Tho much minted Sherman York and New Jersey; or in Re- to urgo the nnmo of his fritud enso continued. times in succession and many perBy tho next tho result. eta, will la Ulelman. K Coutly Ilavlan purebattd Idaand HACKS. A system which works so ad- elrltJ Clerk't OlTiae, tlltixi tl Iht Iravo neither food, fuel nor election luw, to control the elec- publican losses in Massachusetts, Tho Senator left In high dudgeons term of the court tho horror of titbit, aortrt ilous Court from may lb Jtle hrreof until la Kill lUj j., rtb- - and talirt outfit of VT. II. riuomtr money. of tions Iu the Southern States, is Indianapolis, aud every other at first, but tried to soflou thugs the crime has measurably died out, mirably in Massachusetts wt ptpoie to etnllnut lb batlaett, tad aro scattered, aud provo to be Just what is wanted rutrjr, Iglh), to reeelft aatl httr proof of ollelt witnesses killed outright or will bo place where au election was held! down afterwards. palroaait X new law has gone into effect either Again, the President opeuetoat another coutiuuanco follows, and In South Carolina. Republicans tltimt aftlail aald uterOJtBl! aaJJ tot all Ah, yes, he cau be thankful for to aim in Missouri which eiulndcs bil- greatly modified. so on until the Icadiug witnesses at least cannot deny that such will eltltat att prtttnltilwlllila tat lintprorta a uroau-sldby law, on Kett require J tro Hickman garble Works, Second, the incoming Republi- holding on to Pennsylvania, and liards, cards, dice, pool and gambcontinually not iu at- bo the case. Uul abort, ttill bt (utter barred. llogg, of Louisiana, nnd the 01 cob aro dead or Tho ballots and election machinling und amusement devices from can Congress will pa?s some kind that is all. These, aud similar W. TAYLOR, tendance. ored Senator Bruce, about the cauacB ery arc provided by tho State and Matter ConmUeUutr Fulton Clr. Court. HICK MAX, A'Y saloons. of a tariff reduction bill, and swear Our stock of Clothing this sea statements that tho colorod neo should leading to delays iu trials, local candidates, and managers S.. it.., .tWWV... bo remedied. T al I A T A Morton de they intended to do it all tho time. son surpasses all former line. pie in the South wore iosiugcoa- As But the light of tiiii! by jury is arc spared nil expanses In furnishEverything new in styles and nies that ho hud any intention of naALaa t should remain Invio- ing ballots or supervising the votCOMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. New Fall and Winter Stock goods. Perfect fitting, aud prices fldeuce in and respect for tho ad- sacred and opening a saloon, it is but just of Our Goods, Clothing. Boots Italian American Marbli late, aud therefore any attempts ing. Dry ministration. Kellogg hold firm, nt chaugo or reform should bo and can't bo equalled. MON0ME.MT8, TOMB ANI UKAVK rCI.TO.1 (IIUl'IT tUIIRT. The voter is admitted to an that tlio ofllco he holds rdioulil Shoes is now complete, and HM1TII, ELLISON & CO. will be but Brnco agreed to modify Ms carefully and delicately considerSTONES. where he receives a print- John Willing A.lm'r of T. v. ) have the benefit of his denial. wild as low as any house in this WalltcT, dte'J, rialalllT, ed ballot containing tho names of la tloca, a one lot of Ka.itty AMTUOOY TO BEAT CLEYELAXD. talk by saying, iu nn intervaiv, ed, and made by intelligent hand?. HAVING acalani Italian .Marble, an Mr. Harrison announced his section of the country. that tho colored noonlo had lad Some of our coutempories suggest all tho candidates. Ho then pro- AmJ Wallace, i, DtlM'!. lo All ailordtrt. Call aad taeniae se27-2J. Amiikrq's Sons. intention of breaking the solid Tilt crest men doein I know whit baa distrusts, but tlio many tnnjority. verdicts by juries as a ceeds to limtku the Haines of thoan work, lato (Ittnlolht hpof J in Ohio. Mis pertonel cnemlet South with Mnhoue, but the gun solution to this interminable round for whom he wishes to vote. He of Notice It hereby JrctaieJ, thatCreditor dt Urdtra from tbt country pronptly T. V Wall act, Ik litre ctpturtd ilie Suit ami tdaeeil in- of colored men to of continuances. Goodloe and Hwepc. folds tho ballot nnd deposits it went off nt the wrong end and Tho Courier Caranltaloatr of Ibt Pulion dtltd. liter new candidate for tht Preililennv ofllco was bringing tho colored could never consout to this iu without inspection by anybody. busted Iowa nnd Ohio. raaT2f Circuit Court, tmdtran orJtr la Iht abort it not Goodloe and Swope, the two in lie field,ticket itthat anyloCleveland and peoplo around all right again. This system renders it impossi- alrlril etuta, will atltaJ at Ida Cnaalj Campbell bo evolved. it If cases effecting the lifo nnd liberty Tns Lexington tragedy shows distinguished Republican leaders either Campbell wilt Uke the tirl place the President is thus easily riWl of a citizen. True, it sometimes ble for employers to watch and Court Ultrk't office la Hickman, Ky.. that the pacific and humanizing of this State, found the world too llo woiilJ Campbell and Hill euawerT over election mutters, hard that ono man, obsti- bulldofo their employes on elec from lit dtla ktrtof uatll tlit lilli Jy of what vill looks contrary, or corrupt in somo tion day. It ensures a perfectly rrtirutry, isatj, to rteeltt ana hear proof inn influences of Chiistiauity and civ- - small to live in together, the Re- ejr, ItitheDig enough tor Hit Vleo I'rctldeo r Ia1mi ....la.. ..I.I IL..!... nate, u - 1L.1 Comtntreitl-Gateiinoi? " ... ho bo in 1892 when tho real rrn...i luxation have tint yet made the publican party of Kentucky instances, should prevent eleven ..uuiwim iciiTOij iuuuuob civkiiuii.; u elaimt not prttrntr,! lo bin ami pro? W 1 A 'V is noticeable that tho great too It comes. name of Woody Hunting Ground 11 u nuuu uc iiiirouuccu honest jurymen from indicting in mi ca at rtuirn! by law. wlllila tbt time ' little to divide the honors to Republican papers never omitany tpeclfilvl aboir, will b forrtrr li,rrrl, inapplicable to Kentucky. proper punishment upon a really the States, it will no longer be W P. TAYUMl, Wk invite everybody to eme guilty criminal. But then a ma possible for tho Republicans to equal their ambitious, and hence opportuuity to turn any and every louiratmtonrr President IIarrifon says ho tlio shocking tragedy, resulting iu event possible to tho disadvuutago and see our NEW GOODS., Tlijy jorlty is noi always right, nor are charge intimidation or fraud at Mtaler 4th, JMJ-'- Jw Kulloa Clr. Court. Nor, 1C,1M tllt ll.Mt certainly arc nice, as this is tho de- the two or three dissenting jury- the pools. "would regret to see a negro clerk each slaying the other. Good peo- of Cleveland, all of which help to cision of all who give AMitrt nitiiil t in the Indinunpolin Let us have It rvcrywhero and them careful men always dishonest. Instances his home. Why should ho any ple, irrespective of party, feci tho convince Democrats that Clove-lau- inspection, and it is mi My otonih- - uave neon Known wliero ouo or havo it beforo tho uext Presiden(s tho one creat Democrat Irlf hnu? Inn tli.it. ...in Im Lrtiirvtif! more than to have them appoint. horror of this terrible affair, and two Ann, dispassionate jurymen tial election. ..- -.. v, ...., ...... ., 'Vt lM eu hi ..leinnms nun many oilier would willingly draw the mantle that they stand in dread or. When ...f, '"! (Ill J: Amiieru's Sons. saved the life of nn innocent man, places in the South. TIIK niC'AHAUt'A CANA- Iand subsequently the whole jury of charity and forgot fulness over the Democrats carry New York anxyar.nn nnitbheii nr rum- - nnd the whole country cunio to tho sad affair. Each, no doubt, nicy iwibi IIEXr UAKKIMO. Kacb mouth records some addiOl V II I M A THI.VIi know it. As hard ns it. may seem In the Presidential election the felt impelled by a sense of honor, demnation it arounu as not a conUtoda delivrred lo tny tional progress with this great enof tho Republican parrl of lie City. Democrats carried the country by The twenty-thirsession of the sometimes, tho Biblo doctrine is terprise Preparations are now ouo hundred thousand majority, and thousands no doubt will ap- ty, but simply n local matter in- National Grange was held right that ninety-ninguilty men making W7 at Sac-- ! Had better cscapo than that oue to dig from both tho Atand by one million majority count- plaud their courage and chivalry, tended to boost Governor Hill for rameuto, California, on the 33llilj nnoccnt man should Buffer." lantic and Pacific sides of the istli only the white vote. ing Wliero aud yet each of these men stand the Presidency, and, iu effect, a mus. Ou tho Pacific side tho work would the Hepublican party be to in tho presence of their condemnation of Cleveland. In inst. Many of the delegates are is expected to begin the first of day without the negro vote? Extra-fin- k disenssing the question of draft tpaet to Patent FLOUR, January at Hrlto. Maker, guilty of each others biood, New Jersey it is a victory of Gov. secNOtrouble to nana all artleltt, but a tbow goodi. ing resolutions censuring Mr. liar Choice Coffee, (Roasted and Green); tions of laborers willThe two work towards Cone and tat, at Ibt eorntr of Troy Dakota farmers are calling up and the issue between them Abbctt over Cleveland, and now rison for tho recent discourtesy Orleans Molasses and Sugars, each other aud meet. Ou tho Atand Motoow Avtnut, Eatl lllekmro, Ky on the country for aid. Three suc- earthly prominence vis in no in Ohio aud Iowa it is the triumph shown lantic sido it is a question what ,,"10.),,,ran tltont. Joint Trimble, Sec- - n" a B, cessive crou failures have left wise settled. Thousand of good of Governors-elec- t Campbell aud rotary 8old M ,ow M tho namo of the entering port shall tlmtion h.ond' and Wl11 of the them iu a pitiable condition. Ahnut and brave uten, irrespective of Bolrelo set air. Cleveland aside. the Grangers Grange, thinks wlieji any iiousc. bo called. Tlio natlvo namo of it tlio best aid that could bo given were snubbed And (el your Hlaektraltliliig and genera' so27-2J. AMnRiui'a Sons. is San Juan do Nicaragua, but a them would be emigrant tiekets creed, religion or politics, have In deed and in truth the Demo- President Harrison appointed Mr. Itepalrmg done at good while ago somo Englishman to Kentucky, whero they cau umko acted similarly, and will so con crats of the whole country are Rusk Secretary of Agriculture. called it Groytowu. Whatever wo nr.aixxixu or tuk exd. n living. tinue to act, but the Cockier feels wedded to Mr. Cleveland because, call it, hnwover, property Is adIn an itttcrview Trimble said: Cleaveland Tlaln Denier: Tho now, and baa ntwnys felt, that such as President, ho gave to the peo"KianT inches more of snow is Olio (Cornrr We do not hesitato to Bay that rebuko of Sonatpr Allison by his vancing iu vnltto within Its limits t RitKart Slrtiti,) reported in New Mexico on top of mon act through a fearful mistak- ple a grand and incorruptible ad tho Administration has ignored own Stato is a lesson iu tariff re- alreadj. It is agreeable to rocord HICEHAN, KY. en eonso of honor. Even when ministration, nnd one to which tho rights of the farmers and done form, that tho American company who the unprecedented fall Already VtUxn, My liaai V.'ujk are coustructinz tho cnnil take Mar For Sort F.rm, The territory is now so public men are under the tire of they can all point with pride; and the farming community a gross Inmotto. Philadelphia Record: The proCOWQILL'S EYE SALVE, deeply bnried that its admission falsehood, misrepresentilions justice in placing it politician, who gress of tariff reform is witnossod enro of the health of their labor zu! was, fortunately, the man that ttaT.1111,1. UOItK a tpecl&tty.-ers and provide tuein with good to thfl ntiion In thought to be wrongs, is il not belter to live the placed ids party on the high vant- never was a farmer, at tho head of iu tho election for Govornor of food and pure wator. The canal CdTFor Ntiiralfla aaj Hlieuruatttm, JOHN F. U1UY. until the summer eun the Department or Agriculture. mar2C-t- f , Ohio of n man who voted in the will not bo auisbed 'till 1891 or truth and thus qonfoundyour ene- age ground of and COWQILL'S WSASEL OIL. lliuws it out. "That Department was muilo 'a mies, thnn by tho desperate folly tho great Republican papers know Cabiuot offlce principally through Fiftloth Congress to put wool ou 1805. - For Pile., The South looms up in the fig- of alleged chivalry dm troy all this, and hence All their efforts for tho efforts of tha Grange, nnd tho freo list. Klcctrln Itinera. COWQILL'S PILE OINTHENT. Chicago Times. The country ures of railroad construction dur- evidence of your being proven "anybody to beat Cleveluud." when the new Administration canto U Incoming w w!l known Tbti B LACES M1TB ing tlio current year. Oeorgia re- right! in wo felt that we had the right to wants a tariff ndjusted for such and to remljr at to menoiiular reveuuo as au economical govern- tion. All who have ntJ no tcclalUillcr IU For Tetter and Itineworra, ports the largest construction in suggest tho name of a proper titd eleclrio Co mo and see our large and ment may need, not a tariff laid as tins Ibt tamt tong of iralte. A purer COWQILL'S TETrER OINTMENT. HICKMAN, any single State iu the Union. KBNTUOKY. Bring your Watchei, Clocks. beautiful stock of Ladies and to fill it. tax upon everybody for tho bone- - mcdlcUe doet not eixitt and It it fiitran IfcSr )o( Texas stands third. Virginia fourth, Jewelry, &c, that need ropniriug, Gents solid Gold and Silver "Col. J. II. Brigham, our master, a For Worm, do all dial U olalratJ, Kttoirio le4 lo Tennessee fifth, North Carolina to lion jjuek, opposite .lit Shaw's Wntches. We will not bo under MH A TIll.M. when you waai ' Maine, and nou. lit or somebody. lilttarj will disease nf the I.lvtr done, or repalra un sixth, and Mississippi soventh. grocer, at JJnck Bras', and he sold. Wheeling Register: The Amor-lea- and Kldntji,tare allrcmore l'impleii. Holla, CsTTgiU'c Ploaaant Worn Sjrnp GIVE J. J. Woodman, of Michigan, were will BUCK BROS. War, on i, Ac. I alto krvji a full lint of This is a very favorable indication. will repair them as a peoplo havo woaricd of tho riall Rheum and oilier nll'txllont cauted by sa suggested by tho order aud their on ox ova ha sth-k- or it TUB MOSEY RKFUSlttiU. workman should. op20 Harrison de- arrogance of protected million- impure blood. Will drivo Malaria froni How it II Good American bacon can be appointment urged. liberately ignored tlio entire order; aires, who have heretofore appear- llie tviiteni and prevent at wall at cure all 4 cenlt per pound. Court of Appeals has deCommon, Uoaewood, arid Solid lllack Wat. Tuk had in Europe for For Sale by the Propritlor, Cape Democrat. nut Outline and Cat, whleli eun l flttrd cided, in an uppenl case from Rowed to think that thelc dollars Malarial ferer. For euro of Headache, suubbed.it in fact." Tho CentiHN, Coottlpatlon and Indit'ilion Irr Kltctrio up on tliort nolku, and at reaaouabla an county, that whoro under a could rule high Heaven. Why, Ben, what a foolish quesUlttcn Entire aatinfactlau guamntei'd, nr J. W. COWGILL, a Uie Druggist, price. Shop wtWealvail. We carry tho best lino of Shoes Next year the 11th conius of tho tion for a Republican paper to ask! prohibitory liquor law a physician St. Louis Republic: Tho Dem- mane refumleJ. l'rice 50 clu. and $1.00 Hickman. in turn a right to prescribe liquor as United States will be taken. Over iu town Mens, Boys, Ladios, Miss- ocrats got together Tuesday with per bottle at J. W. CowciU't Priifc filora. J 88 Hickman Ky. mayUfi-HHog is not a manufactured article. es and Children's. When you ueed n medicine and have it administergreat unanimity and triumphant aud beyond the importance of the It is a product of tho farm. There, , success. They got together ou Shoes go to ed to his patient, a druggist who statistical information, to be thus fore no laws aro made to force its in faith furnishes liquor upon tlio Sutxn, ELUflON.&Cp. .the Democratic platform of tariff T. proscription of u physician to one ouiniueu, is tuo ouo :iM it will consumption at hometo make a '' reform, nnd it stood the teatnouiy. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WHAT ir MKANN. ' givo thousands of little fat places Home Market for it. Necessarily, whose condition at the timo reTruly tho i. New York World: quires it, does not violate tlio law, to hordes of hungry there is a surplus which must go Otttrnor C'nmpboll'a ExilanMlou. Campaign of Education" proHICKMAN, - - - KRNTVCKY which must be construed accord- iu tho sbupo of census enumer to the cheap foreign paupor labor. gresses rapidly. Now let us see Ip all bualnett cnlrutttd lb National Democrat, W'athington, D. 0. ing to its spirit. WILI.aiiend if, in the face of theso results, a ators, one at least to every coun Now, if it was a woolen Bhlrt, or Replying to your telegram le.t Republican Congress will dare to n calico dress, or a hat, or other Office Furniture Factory. The success of tho Australian ty, and in most counties, two or necossary or comfort, made up ino say that tho result of tho novH.78 attempt to reduce tho surplus by or secret ballot system has been three. Resides, tbs ecu's us busi- hero at homo if the farmer was hi Ohio, so far as I am ublo to increasing tariff taxea. shown wherever tho experiment ness, like everything else, is more the only consumer Protection prognosticate, means: S. MURRELL. St. Paul Globe: Tho taxpayers New IIiisIiicns or has been fairly tried. In not a or loss partisan, becauseiiho num would hare been given it, and the Ufo In Ken lucky ATTORNEY-AT- being robbod by the First, that the people of tlifs aro tired of single instance from tho time of every hog iu this country would und TciiiiCMMcc Combined for 1888. Its trial by one or two municipali- ber of Congressmen and tho num haro been eaten at home and the State aro devoted to the principle monopolies, lliey will submit to (ODIct i oirr Cowjlll', )rUf State,) ties iu this country up to tho re- ber of votes iu tho Electoral Col- supply so con tracted as to make of home rule, which has boon vio it no longer, and they havo served JUOK.UAN, JKY. by tho present Administra- upon tho party in power iiotico of cent yearly elections iu Connecti- lege, that elects tho President, is the Protected industry one of lated AJ&OTJXtt? : cut nnd tho new Western States based upon this cousus enumer enormous profit to the producer! tion iu a manner very distasteful tlieir intention to overiurow tuo Will practice in all tbe Cuurla of tu Ntw Duilnmj Number Average Amount, citizens of high tariff iniquity. FIrat Judicial Dltlricl. compahv. In Ky and Toon. has it failed to meet tho expecta- ation. Tho Renublicatis contend Any good Kepublicau knows this, to the liberty-lovinof Axcnti. per Agent. EQUITAHI.B I.tPB the State. In 19 New York Commercial: $ft,0,:rJ2 fuiarlSl $101,000 tions of its warmest advocates. nnd wo are surprised at tho Dem, Socond, that tho cause of tariff. Massachusetts the Democratic New York Lift n.TOU.'JOO 6 66,872 Everywhere prominent Doiuocrats that the negro vote iu the South ocrat's question. Charleston Mutual Uenefit 2,060,070 32 reform, by which I mean a caroful platform wns a bold plea for tariff 82.813 and Republicans, nnd especially is not allowed to voto.'aud that. Democrat. 1,814,000 7 07,183 business liko prudent revision of relorui, ami mo voio snows wuai Provident Savlngt workiugmrii, concede tho benefit therefore, the South gets about Union Ceulral 1,780,171 SO 60,971 tho tariff, IB inarching on. has boon nccoraplisod in tho past North Westtrn 1,630,802 of tho secret ballot. THE rOKKATKY COHOMKNM. 23 00,637 IS or 20 Congressmen that she Tho Orifilnnl Winn. Third, that tho peoplo of this twolvo months which tuo Massa- Mutual Life ' 32,018 1,239,600 38 C. I'. Slmmoui. St. I,oul, rron- should not hnve. Aud hence there Tho forestry Congress, at its re- State sympathize with tho coun- chusetts voters havo had for think- Manhattan 010,414 10 K.l'l ,01,011 TnK fatal encounter betweeu 16 023,950 Wl '.?. "'? u- s- Cou" rEATt J. will bo some effort by the Bepub- - cent session iu Philadelphia, adopt- try in general in tho bolief that ing since tho last Prcsidoutinl WaililnKton 41,697 II.tllln.l'rop'rA.Q.hlinmon, U1V. Col. Wm. Casslua Goodloe mid Aetna Lift 001,120 12 60,118 i vr ed resolutions requesting Con third tormism ought to bo put election. I'eim. Mutual 617,200 20 Col. A. M. Swopo, nt Lexington, licaus to do something to ohaugo gress to wttiitlraw from saio an down. By third termisin I 25,800 mean, , 16 16:1,200 uoiien 30,218 last Friday, was n really lament this. The great Increase of popu forest lands belonging to the na- of oourso, too long coutiiiuauoo Journalism in China aoenis to Conu, etaiet 'JU2,60'5 13 22,607 AiriTiTi.II.sour bTotucir, Etc, able amilr. Swopo died on the lation will be in the Northwestern tion, and to intrust them to tho iu executive ofllco, controlling bo attontlod with eturtliug risks. Union Mutual ItCV. T Mutual 04,800 If Itrtma Pa.tn. 8 11,859 spot, und Goodloe diod Sunday. States, but there has also been a guardianship of tho army until the patronage. IPhT'biAdenu.Tenn., wrltfai"! Tho I'ekin Gazette makes tho lUUnk I thpulil have been ilcad hut Total 121,302,310 These gentlemen wero prominent considerable increase In the South, President could appoint a commis869 lor tour Uenulnt M. A. Him- Fourth, that tho Ohio Democ- ghastly asBortion that 1,000 of its EQUITADLE raona L,ir( , jueiiiclne. 6,095,322 40 I have Eenublican politicians, nnd each $104,000 sion to report a scheme for their racy have gained a victory, wldoh. editors have been bohoadod. As tomcllmtf had In auhililuta but tho Now England representaaspired tu be the leader of that "Zeilln't Hull" for your Mcdl permanent management, The ao if supplemented by good govern- the Journal claims to havo been 13 Cotapaoiet $10,2u7,02i 810 clnt, but It don't aruwtr Iht $ party iu this State, and between tion bus, probably, decreased. Tho tion is timely. The destruction of ment and just execution of in existence for 1,000 yeom, it purpose. . them an ugly feud hnd existed for census may revolutionise prcsont forest lauds in this country is pro. laws, will mako It, in tho coursofair would appear that an averago of The tuptrlor forma of policy and ivalam of oonilimtlnv Un, l..in... .1..1...1 i ur.j.n. uravet. Hdllor Tt of BlitHlt. &lmnM. 'rnf. .wi Equllablt, and lit tuptrlor lluauelal tlrtugth oovti the ntedt and prtftrcnott of Hie some years, growing up bocauso political I received a nark... nf wfiuri.iv. ceeding with a rapidity that is the next throo years, otic of the two editors huvu heen beheaded Mtdlilnt, and have uteil half u( It. of jealousy as to ouch other's Inalarming, and, unless steps aro rollablo Democratic States of the every year slnoo tho paper wns Tlio number of matured Tontine Pollelea' paid lo the llvlnr In 1888 wm It work. Iik a charm. I want no fluence aud prominence. They irttltr htttcr Liver Ittgulator and ctr ANOTiiuu snow rgtorm has taken to prevent tho destruction Union, started. It must be considered a than for any irtvlout ytar, ." Jah. K. Cami'DEll. Ululr no more olZetlln't (aUUia, wero both accredited ns able men, swept over Western Kansas and of emu-- tie tlinlinr laiuln. tliA innnt choice pence bf good fortnno to A. T. WIMUEMjY, Acent. and certainly they wore bravo Colorado, blocking trains aud iu- - deplorablo consequences must re-- Fobakbu and Mabone, wont succeed to the editorship of euclt DYRON 8HHLDON. Special Agent. save. icrieriug wim tuvi BUit (a soiae 6cU6ub, that suit tho Republicans for 180'f a paper. J. 51. QUINX, Oon'l AEeut, Mnyflold, Ky, TUB KFVKi K.entuols.y. FI.AMIIKH OF NII.KXCF. HALMnr (JujiniiituiAi. jJjJrfUiage " .ifow-plain- ts a I s DOUGLASS .BROS thorn-rouse- d PoRt-Dispnto- h I- 1 u tinier-stan- d !, Fakis Pakkek, I "I Vice-Preside- Tf ai 1 pre-par- ed m I e. ,r.i.. i..,i,: "" -- I . f". -- "- 1 m ra met in 1 John Witting GROCERIES I post-office,- " d .., ""-in- IN HZCKMA1TI d e to-da- Family Groceries. DlES'rELBJtlNK. jew """ m J. F. GRAY'S, i:.".-Ulli.i,. Ml What to Buy? tariff-reform- I- A. F. OLIVER, pelf-so- u d MUMl, n Srst-elas- tsfa Un avI..h'r ft.,il. , THE EQUITABLE! oiiiauN H.A. &. TYLER i oflice-seeker- s "kii Easiest for Agents to Work. PER .O-HIT- olec-tio- u R IAW, Ui-,tl- r g 1 THAT FIGHT - -- . 1 i . l m IL. A&aiHHbaflilHLuaiSa.BViilBW r flrrriiriWiTiii jjdfiigyL y ,m f A. ' "' 4&jfcmmMmmmmmBWtEJBmaKnmamamktf' tatttmttttmmttmmmtmtaaaaaaamaaamaaaaaaataat-- iwm ' - - - i. ..- -j . .. . -- ..- -- V - BPHBHIIIHB"v-MH-- a I ft - I fV -- - pr That is, Tho THE !. r -s-S RACE-WA--Jst3i m. R i our MACJS with competitors, in which wo arc Sure Winners, and 'our Ilt Our BJiJ1 HMk i VV. Jaa&a.flb .Mb. BLIBkv. WlWl VI B" . SWoa4,BSi . imhL jrVl. , SV ' WAR on High Prices, which will be fought to the bitter death! t rAK'Mfc gfeafc9 l..?i rf-- V we. ... u. BdIHK' -- S- &WV. . :K " IS OF! ,. j aU S. tOe fefeSg"),' V 7, S- ; Ifeu pall (Joods & t are t ?omri ii?, and in such quantities that we would have to buy the Courier to enumerate them. It is no trouble to show goods, and we will feel' proud to have you call and see us. Bj&.31iiXiZS3Z-- The Leading Jeweler! BURLINGAME. InrMt ft and Beat btock of yVntchcs Clocks, tS$A HOtfnHU (0) nectaclcs, Musical TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. Grxr& Him , TCrietl .4! ! W at now mmy TRADE, FA2L.I- - WITH THE BIGGEST AND GRANDEST STOCK OP DRY &6QDS, GI0TfflM&, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c, BS07CST TO Our County Jtoadn. State Auditor Hewitt has re- - HICKMAN MUSIC AND LBO TURB CLUB. signed, and InturanM Commietlon Nor Tht Copuieb is solicitous Unit man appointed In hit tltad. A meeting of the inbtcrlbcm In the the peoplo of Fulton county magnificent lino of Dross lllokman Muslo and Leclnre Clnb, A Goods. Tho ladies mnst be sure held at Ibt offloe of A. A. Davit, on Wed- should fairly and intelligently connesday evenlnfi Lllh Inst. to see tliomj sider tho Importance of better On motion of II. Batuer. Pr. A. Smitu, Ellison & Go. Farit wat eleeled0.permanent chairman A. ooutty rondt, mid do eo iu time for of A Innatio patient by the name Ihe Club, and A. A. Uarie reretary ana the coming Legislature to do r of Walker, from Fullon County, attempted Trsaanrtr. toward permitting us to tako On motion ll was agreed that Iht Club aulelde at iht Hopklnnrllle alum, Tuts. day, by cutting lilt throat. The wound be known aa the "Hickman Music and JLforward stop. We are wedded . . . Iclnre Club." il Oct dati.iiSU!. ,y or pian, out omy to asTtKTAiiMr.sTS Asp Hare you joined Buck Bro'o On motion. Iht Clnb .eleeled the follow tho idea hat Fulton county has Wntcb Ulnbl it not you haU Uot ing order of entertainment and lecture: outgrown the present system, ana ter bustle around there and get 1st. Wtttmlntltr Concert Company, our agric ilturnl interest demand one of those flue watch November 23d. K. Dollon. SnVjeel 2nd. easier an cheaper transportation cs, guaranteed to wear for fifteen "Lands Lecture by C. of Midnight Sun," with CO years, by paying $1.00 per week tlereoptioon the illustrations. In December. to the loal markets and shipping uoT8-t- f for 20 weeks. 3rd. Lecture by J. DeWllt Miller. Sub- points. I "Love, Mra. Motile Maxwell, wife of jectJanuary. Courtship and Marriage." Fifty jears ago, there was somo In Mr Howard Maiwtll, died In Hickman 4ib. Lecture br Hon. Samuel P. Inland. excuse for bad roads, for Fultou Wednesday night, after a long, linger-loSubject The Land of Scott and Uurnt." county was poor and thiuly populllaeee of set ersl rear., of eontunp. In rtbrnary. lion. She was a pure rulndnJ, ewrel, lova Col. L. F. Copeland. lated. Now it 1b rich, aud our 6th. Lecture, by ble joung woman, bletted with all I h and tioobbery." In Jlarcli. farm pjodncts immense. good trail, of a klad devoted wife and tan or SKATt. two voting children mother. Bbo leaves Oooo roads improve tho value A. A. Davit, A. MeDsniel and Ales. A. and a devoted and loving hu.baad lo commllttt on tale of property, attract population, mourn her loei. !!; burial will lake Farit wtrt eimolnted of teste. place to day at the ell cemetery. bolp to build churches and mainraici or tickets. tain schools. A farm lying 5 miles The annual tneetiuc of stock Season tlekels, for the 5 entertainments', holders of the lllokman aud Tlulonvtlle 12 00. from market on n bad road is Levr Company occurred Saturday. Mr. list or mentis. J. M.Rotd. Edward Linden, A. I). King- - Chat. II. Dallzer, M. Jobo.on, A A. worth less than the samo farm 10 roan, J. F. Doddi, R 8. Mutroll, R. II. Davl W. P. Taylor, A. MeDanlel. P. D. miles off on a good road. Our Kirk and ueergo Warren, were elected Bandert, W. C. Johnson, J. Amberg'tSont, cost Fulton Director; aud George Warren eleeled C. II. Hubbard, E. Nay lor, R. L. Aleiander, county roads, Prttldenl. and A. C. Holme. Secretary. IL M. Moiaeny, 0. C. Smith, A. A. Farit, county more money each j ear than The prettied! for building the levee are J. W. Cowgill, J. A. Thompson, Otto we pay to county taxes, all told. aol now Jlioouraglivg, and may exhibit a J. W. Cole. Joehua Naylor, J. T. by the 1st ol the CaaMitv. n. P. O'llani.I U. 0. Hrvanl, A. If each citizen who readu this ar live, fsrward Bsvtiscat new year. D. Kingman, W. II. Peltier, W. O.'Millard, tide will commence and act, noxt For tho nicest and cheapest Oeo Warren and 8. K. Uavidton. tp a new Additional members respectfully in- year will introduco us Ladles Wraps, go to vited. Call on A. A. Pavle, Secretary. road system. 025-4J. AMnunu's Sonb. Club will meet again Friday night, al "Ve aro headquarters tor Jeans, Tho Women's Christian Tern- - A. A. Pavis' offlee, at 7 o'clock. n petanee Union ie all split up on the elegant" SILK PLUSH Flannels, Li nseys, Yarns, Blankets Our The of psrtlaaa and Comfort. Domestics, Prints, &c. majority dtolare In favor of acting for SACQUES and WKAPS, as well and with the Third I'arty, or Prohibition. its CLOAKS aim wraps or all Call and examine these goods beIlls, whilst lbs minority oppoee. The grades, should bo soon to be ap- fore buying elsewhere. minority bitterly denounce the majority, J. Amiikrg's Sons. preciated. Baltzbb & Siiaw. cnarges are some-tbinart SHCA. W. The I Mutual Life OF The The The Tho The The Largest Largest Larger Largest knee IXrEshaeV ALL OTHER 'afaaaaV Pilicy-holucrs rs Company, 3ESL EXCEEDS Y O H. -- , COMPANIES IN . a gold-flllo- d g Subjecl-'-Bno- bt K. Number Insured, 108,36!) Policies, Amount of Assets, 1 $126,082,153 5(5 Amount Returned to (ninee Organization), 272,491,339 82 Annual Returns to 14,727,550 22 (1888), 7,771,024 77 largest Annual Income from Interest and Renin, Largest Annual Incorno from all Sources, 20,215,932 52 cash, C4,500 00 Insurance in force at IIickxak Agency,. i "No purely Mutual Life insurance conjpany has ever failed. How unwise to work and wait thirty years or more for an inheritance of two, five, or ten 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. Partoru. Folier-holdc- l. tsr all hard-earne- d to-d- ay OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, Jtm -- tvSL. , jaLeSexxt. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. ) i 3 to-da- Hert-wee- k, 1 quae-lio- n. A PAlK of scales belonging lo Chicago coal dealer were tested tho other day, says au exchange, and it was found that he bad boon givliiK 150 poauds too much with overy ton. tie turned s p&.c sis death, snd hsd to be seated in a chair, but as soon jib it was learned that his other llvo scales registered 200 pounds iu his owu favor he nt once recovered his color aud JUST began to whistle u livelyair. Iiw Uvtiy HICKXAiV, OPENED, Stable, KENTUCKY, Fine, stylish BIOS for hire (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) - - with new STOCK, out and out. icuonable. Patronage solicited. Tho best stock of Children's School Shoes ever kept iu this town, can bo found at o25-l- t KINGMAN & BOMAR. THE 1 I CHA1T I neing bluer wordr and burled back and forth. II rtslly br:!: when the women do et rem that larly In I he political liarnen I hat they went be a whll belter than men, Purify political Hah; they wilt only degenerate womauhoed! and to look THE WESTMINSTER CONCERT cation this week to Interview a number of COMPANY. Hickman merchants at lo tht condition of local trade and Ihe general outlook among the merchants, and wa find that Hickman trade ie really good, tome mtrcbanlt thai their trade it much larger and belter than last year, and belter because Ihe eaib rccelplt are larger. There It no boom amont them, but iheoullook it aonad, healthy and prosperous. This ia a matter of special congratulation because a wide breadth of country all along betow and above ue ia much depressed, In some eo, because short crops rilaeee ruinously lobaceo. In oiIbt country and that tradet al Hickman neither of these great etaple product! eult much figure, aa but little, comparatively, it grown. Our farmer! did epleodidly with their wheat, and have an abundant corn crop, which, though dlalreeslngly low, none the leet gleet atsuranee of plenty. All things eonnldered, our teetlon it doing will. A Gousikr reporter took J. AunEua'a Sons. . oc- - lowest price. Wo Imve "carolled tln market over for Bargains, ml hurt fotind than, and wo offer you Wk are headquarters for Boots. Wo carry the very best makes, at Smith, Ellison & Go. Tho Jo Sohm ltarbcr Bhop, Bargains in Ever; Department That our prices nro always tho lowest; that ! Don't oigrt these points, and wc bIiiII keep it up. wo let no houne undersell us; that wc roll the very Itcst good for the money; that you can always get what you want from u., as we keep our stock full at all times. Our reputation is made on We hove Mens and Boys ClothBuck Bros is the place to hare ing from the very lowest price to your eyes tested and fitted to the tlio very finest Suits, and wo guaraugl6 antee perfect fit and satisfaction. best Pebblo Glasses. J. Amiikug's Sons. The people of Kentucky aro alwtyt behind in the matter of eouniy An interesting case bearing np- roads. Our farmers ute all kladt of Improved fanning machinery, Implements, Ac, and see aud hold on to each advent-agethey are building, year by year, belter school houses, employing better jeachtre, aau give ready hand to many other enterprise, and yet they grind on year by year, paying the heaviest tax for oor, bad eounty roads. The member of tho Incoming Leglalalura who would gift liupF..u vvualy rotl I. the SU! lem, w.uld ll. eeerlaeting grail-lud- e of llie pooplo. e; sgaln frou.lop to bottom, having thle week been moved into bit new brick build-laand being euppllrd with new oscillato and ing chair, and new It la large, roomy, and The bath arrange-mrntlaalefully arranged. hot and cold at your pleasure, are admirable la all the appointment!, and together wllb the polite, cleanly and easy loatorlol work, oomtniudt thle shop to public favor. balli-roouia, one of the old fiituree of lllokman, and as wall known as the town ite.lf, Is new g, COME AND SEE t Inspect our Stock J- ! US! -- ( know We We guarantee eatidfnclion, and r yoa. won l lilt uj examine can p our Stock beforo buying! t 1.r. jf A man supposed to be named Thomas J. O.rvin, of CMeagn, was shot and killed al Fulton, an unknowu pcraun. Ing in the walling depot, when another I. Vntm, . JL, -- (Qmoh (P r room DAVIDSON, lw-- v- li i (Off! 3Eirip r tt i t mm l man walked up to Il...nl..l hI. pia-tlo hit breast and fired, killing him The murdsrer sprung into Iht dsrknete no quickly that o one ever re. eognUed hint. Garvin land and on Saturday night, and had gone lo Fulton The Fort Jefferson wae waiting for a of inoor train on the Illinois Central for Jaoktoo, Iroprovoaent eomptn;' articlci imblleheJ In the porattmare Tenn. During the nlyhl, il it taid, he Oiar. Ttt companji io opUll.a it 1C0,. went over on Ibe Tennessee side and wat 009 paid up. Thli le a eoall ootupanjr to drinking and gambling wllb tht negroes uaderiako the building a big boon town. ami low charaoltri, and il it eurmittd he Intuited some of ihtm. MflllkM.ll M nWIM. In H.H. WWU, m.HWW.W MA.! WVSW,,.W Garvin nastlandi of the union m Saturday night, by ..il onlbe pauper medical praclioe of the eouniy will be before the next term of Ihe Fullon Circuit Court. A Pr. W, K. Morris pre. tented a bill to the eourt of claims for sbcalSWfer aedltel .(lealios upon a patient alleged lo bt a pauper. A majority of the Magistrates refuted to allow tht claim, whereupon an appeal was prayed and granted. The Magistrates ba. lUeir refaeal open IhegroMnde, let, that Ibe patient wat not recognized as a pauper; 2nd, that Ibe attendance of Ihe Doctor wat not atked or authorised, and Ibal Ihe amount of attendance oharged fer wat not neceet-larOn the Doetor't tide It will be contended that the patlenl wat in absolute truth a pauper, and that Hit faitdre of Ibe anhorltlee to legally to recognise the patient, does not relieve the eouniy of lie legal responsibility to properly care for It paupert, and ttal Ins seitlcat attention given wat necessary. The Couaiin knowt nothing whatever of the factt of thil particular east, but refer to as iniereeling, becauM It promieet a totullon of the that for many year hat exitted betwttn the Doctor and Ihe County at to allowaneat for medioal attention lo pauper. y. stiieklrn'a Arnica Rnlve. Is the world for Cafs, Til Uest Sit-v- r Fever Ulcer. C1TV IIAT.T, NOV. U:irtl. Bruines. Korea.ClmppeJ Salt ltheum. Hands, Chilblains, Sotes, Teller, and alt Skin Eruptions, and posiThe Wettmlnistsr Concert Company, Corn, cures Piles, or uo pay required. It tively will glee an entertainment at City Hull, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, In Hickman, on the evenlnc of Xov. 23rd, it -- 6 cents per tin.!.. Iha mantra at lha Hirhman Muelc or money refunded. PriceCowgill, Drug-pis- t. ami I i.Iii.. IMiik Tkl. AAmnanvti tnnb. box. For tale by J. W. u.i if l.w fit Hmm Vn.W nni. ML. Lnul &bil .. a ... v. vj j i oilier erg ctiy paper, as canpeaEu id ii wui'tii mivdi ilia, can . They give enlerlalnmenlt out. country. tide t'ccillet only under Ibe a&iurod pat Iu Ibis eounty, on Ihs lOiii Intl., Mr. of organised literary or lecture W. A. Wallers to Miss Ida Sianteld. ronart to auoh asaooiatlon Ihe advant-tg- e Clubhand Oo Ihe Uib, Mr. J. W. Lewi to Mitt e( a good concert cannot be -- ortnallill. adding lone, refinement and On Iht 13th, Mr. II. T. Carr to Mitt And varies1 pleasures. The company I na Lee Haywood. of Mr. Homer A. Weeks, violinist, At ibe residence of Mr. Henry Walker, belter on the 10th lost., by E-- Sandert, Mr. J. pronounced by the than L'rso, and by all as en tilled lo the tj. Simpklns to Ml Sallie Klk. May Ihtlr pathway through life be first rink. Miss Emily Telfair, Hie a pupil of Courtney and Erranl, strewn wills bright tWert, and their now was formerly one of Ihe leading happy hearlt eier be full of lovt, pleasand io toloiiwln New York churches. Mile ure and success. Clatler. pianist, is crlllsited aa hav. Ing li superior. Mist May Ssmson, eloouli.oitt, is classed as "one of Ibe iW MEM01UAM. finest reader we have," gifled and XbWAHD EOBEItT RAPLK, (Tunis the pcoplt of Tlii '' uiid rn. llm. 1M3. Illckiutn and vicinity a rare musical en terlaltmtnl, and we trust it will be well Ono Imi At horn patroaiied. lielween 76 and 100 ttaaon Tl. cliruir4 circU broktn a dur faca ticket have already been eo Id, and those MIm1 iti by ly rroiu Its nccuituiuN pur, r(kcll by "' who vant good seals had beat apply at llut, clMfl aa4 Mt rJ a VU9 luor Iu bcvf once. ....'. ,..., -- " uvc-crii- vu rl.-KKI- pmier Job Office i I 5 com-pose- - Qlobe-Demoor- q. Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness and despatch. Bill Heads, ' .- Car-lol- ta - 1 ..i 1 Letter Heads, 1 A. trill t ir Gold-Hate- Look I a1I O O St! nnr buok hhob. Look !I Oa (Id nntlrn alno.h nt Jewelry at first cost, ..nll tl.A 90tli nt KnramhAr. tn make room for our largo Btock of Uuris.uiaa uuuuoi nor8-2- One 1ms at boms I of Milcoua bu.lifj, aal inmr fartwetl word aaspokon; vn tb sbora WbrpMliif eom uoi.ouasout wntiru nor uu mora in naTta i Oaa bus at bom t A Mllttr ! tbat aiMtt as at tk Wltbla, a (ilaca uotllW anil draolalc, x unrcomlui to ll. And for ji - bcaica : Uu. iiiki ,ii f.Note Heads, Statements, m Envelopes, Ball Tickets, Business Cards, &c, &c. AD7ERTISIN& Ort i . tt1 n& mar In bpoTon t bam. bcr crmtJ Is rtrthl; nouM, Oar flcht of Cbrbt It llu, utir loir li cold; llut ibrn, wtf ro vac io rot- wo tboii uopi, is homo aua iiootoh i TbU U not THCAl'IITKAI.I! A..aat. tAS.l,TII CtN. Oowgltl's Drug Wore,) Hickman, " t- -"J- adfleo faraiera ae to priilol toattert but the dlM.tron in attempting to grow toll on I K. nip wilt -tnnur t.lkln. -" " In ),t Uillml. aliDiild aapliaiito the f.ct eil. nf rr" that It le loo htiartlouo lo place much de doll a tloll who no longer squawks and whoa coavtrtallonal powers aro limited peadtnee upon. to two wordt, but a creature capablt of "Hill Arn" will locturo at Troy Mr. A litorary elub wns 6rganlzod speech on a variety of topics. What done NoT.SU. Tuidtjr Edison hat done for teltnoe lit hat at tho oftioe of Mr. Andrew w v 1'oit anything in our lino, coino night, and a oontraot made b which a WH WH.U IN IV.M.I W. ...V V.J phonosraphlo tloll It the tnvtntlon of to headquarters, at number of dtillngulebol llttrarjr men are Tht .' n . .! in .i age. iicnoeicnu ,L. u.iimi win cry The ine iu. lo lecture In lllokman thle winter. & Oo. so20 Smitu, papa Couaita notea with plenure the note In natural baby tonee.In ll will aay .lifirl f.il.ln Young Men's Christian tuent, and hopea il will meet with liberal mil mini, ll Man Ibe happy Utile girl who ftodi an Kdlson Aoaoclatlon nlll bold Iti regular meeting eueouragement. dolt awaiting ber Christmas morning It t the IUplUl Church, Huoday tvtnlng 3 DUESS GOODS, beautiful lo be astounded by Ibe "llveneee-- ' or her o'olock. Everybody Invited. and stylish enough for the most little darling. All the other beauteout Kentucky. Tub finest display of DUESS GOODS, and nt rcaaonablo prices, at J. Amukuu's Sonb. The Couhies nover presumes 10 LOCAL NEWS. I. farnlaf, thli etuoa eiirio Dl, Ellison --T- lio Equal Rlgbta Ataoolallon of Kentucky, will bo hold In Lexington oa No. 19, 20 oud 31. Mrt Laura Clay, l'roeldent. The annual meeting of the fastidious Ualtzuk nro to bo found on & SuAW'ti counters. yel tkeeo joung rrlende,undr Tlio colorod barbera of Ken their pretenl ideas, would do belter to buy nid oIlire and retail thou out for tuekr ibould now bo tallslcd with "Uli Oo at ll right, If at ill. administration" ooo of ibolr uumbor lm ten ppolnied potlaietttr at Uranden. A stock of Gci'U I'urg. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Cups, Mr. Kininnt Kced, a worthy joud mn, IUo on of Mr. J. 0. Hood, aro now ready for tho market, at died, ot till f.tutr'o borne, iblo eounty, extremely low prices, at Tutid.jr nljjlit lti, of ooiuumpilon. BluJ. Auuckg'b Sons. et rt tjmpothjr it oxlondod t.ie biroofcd Dijrou, and poil-bolewcll-Bcloct- ed For Huts, Cups, Gents boring for natural gee hereabouie. lliere Goods, Trunks, Valises, le a reasonable poialbllltr that nature! Jtubbor Goods, Notions, &o., go to gal could bo found, and thle view le aol37-t- f Haltzhr & Suaw'h etrengthened bj lit dlrooterr at Jamci Fur-iiiHhii- ig Soma pooplo nro talking about counties the namee of numerous tlgotrt Mrs Kliznbetli A. Donaldson, are published In the papers calling on of Lake count, Tonn,, eeier of Mra. tome favorite son to become a caodldale Jennlo Woilbrook, Mri. Ilob l.ler, and for mtoiber of the Coutlltuiional ConMm. Maribk Tbowpioii, of tbU ollr, dlnl, tention. Thle It the office soeklng the at l'artgould, Ark , on I'bund.j, the Till man, and jet there are thuie who aooio. 7i are, Tho lout., llaee loelnuate that Mlbe candidate gels well known la thokaua, and waa t wonaa up tka petition." Oh, how uncharitable nobla OjUatitleo of mind tod heart, if tome people are! (trend. - Iu some of our Kentucky t4 dltd u Intelligence and ability to put Ihem In shape without making mlelakea To do lhU aucceeafully, he wnnla a knowledge of all social topic. A little of literature and art, a smattering of aclenoe, with a tinge of tporting, farming and commercial, mutt know the last joke and the last story; in thort, he has lo Le a walking If he goct on an agricultural paper he la required lo know all about ,0 cabbage and potatoes, iht right milk a cow and which la Ihe kicking tnd of a mule. Perhaps hit next engagemtnl will be on a tootal paper and Ihtn he baa lo beoomt aoqualoted with Ihe movemente TnlfleV MnaKL Ik wlm SfS fa " kalia walU of the fashionable world, the correct art ewsT UIIHJi lo feel small beside thli aeoompllebed of tlrtiiing, tht proper ourvo of a hat brim Just and the right length of a enoque. tiranger. the bills by buylug at he haa acquired all this knowledge gelt Save Tailor's paper dies and the unhappy reporter STKOUSK & BUO'S PEKFEOT a btrtb on a paper edited by a sporting or political crank. Then he turns upFITTING CLOTHING, at side down, Ihe old ideal emptied oul of B027-t- f llALTrKU & SUAW'H. him and new onet poured In. No wonder The Bowline Green Times Ihe average reporter gela bumptious aud tayt that Iht Constitutional Convention cranky, and has bit own Ideae about runWill sszznBiiiuimiai sou ret oiutivu- - ning the universe. ary. An, tiitre, now, me people nave Ia Consumption lueiirnnleT twioe voted lo favor of the Convention, Head the following; Mr. C II. Morrit, and If they want to"revolute" Ihe coiatl lutlon, tayt that Ihty al all timet have Newark, Ark., says.- - ''Was down with the right lo do to. "That all power ie In- AtMoeiw of Lung, and friend and physiherent Iu the people, and all free govern cian pronounced mt an lnourable lkgnn taking Pr. King's New menta are founded en their authority, Discovery for Consumption, am now on my and ihev have at all tlmeaan Imallen third lioltle, and able to overeco the work able and indefeasible right to alter, re form, or abolish their government, tn on my farm. It U the finest lucdiolno The ever made." aitoh manner a. they Ihlnk proper." Joase Mtddlcwarl, Decatur, Ohio, tayt; Hickman Coumea conoludea in Ihe face 'Had il not becu for Pr. Klng't New of Ibe fact, thai the people iu two have oast a majority in favor Dlicovery for Consumption I would have Wat given up by of a Constitutional Convention, that iberc- - died of Lung Trouble. far. the dsodIo have cboteu Ue oonven doctor. Am now In beet of health," Try tlooplau to alter and reform tbeir Stale It. Sample bolllM lOoat J. W. Cowgill't Prug Store. govern tneut. -"---. M A large selection of Overcoats uuttross of the citadel which has which we will sell very low. Gall been shaken for soveral years got A new aud large lot of Spec- aud examine. a clean knock out blow, and the tacles just received at Buck JJkos. o2o-4- t J. Amuuku'eJ SoNri. old thing was tumbled into the HpefiUtoie omiub free. auglG moat of pablio repudiation. The A reporter on n small paper TIia olilltlrmi nt tliln trpnnrn. haslo be a ttrangt compound. He mutt secret ballot helpted to do it, for Iloa are In luck. Christmas, m liny well have a keen none for newt and when he Iti no part of tho Union has politknow, I coming, and with tlio great fc- hae scoured hie item, he mutt have lite ical bullmfoziug on the part of the cut Republicans'. A Now York.Suu liepateb, from Norwich bojb: "Since tho civil war times this town has been known all over southern New Hug-lauas the "Oitade! of ConnectiTo-da- y On ItMonoartbt anil Its toll to share; Its polo. Its Ouo loot tho ai'crtaTt doll croos In bror; Oa morv tbo crown of rououuod souls lo wear, Al Loon in uoatrni xirri, utJ 1 Tbat boot Lord nun ot homo I Thol honit ohoro wortlon Ono 1 1 d, overy the Juvenile Mleelooary Fooleiy aem. COUNTRY IMtUMUCK. In the cemetery lo decorate the 1rrtli)tnu ) pr)ui,r Trsulnt oi grace of Utile Roy Handle, and, e his We will pay the highest price of one Inch, first Uitrrtlen; fifty cestc vr loch each ebild-naltplaced their i.t.tltonl iiiwrtion. for Country Troilure. Also, you fur ipccUl paMltlan. cr fsr the above thought his crave, ca airrrtiu were eueueeled lo one who loves the mem can always fltid u fresh supply of menu, r'iulriuit cuIIIhk f ii4uaiu rulti, wJJJIiwiml cltttrprr wilt ta mtl ory of tuch a beautiful charaoter. Chlcuons, &c, aim OUlMttrtf., irtiolutf'fift nritl fbnln f Buttor, Kggs, bled tlower-oflori- hince nont are cnlitnl olrrnoll;, u all a ut witn tbo, At bom la beatou I 8uoday evening last Ihe children of On coo not bo, Jf.ui, grant at New Cron Louisiana Molasses J. amhkho's Sons. RATES. cotrtmii, onynr...MM.M.Mw.,..M.M.M, flOO Oil Oup-halcultiiun one ymr Wi i f W (K ... On.fotrtli coluniu ouo yrnr... OltOHgllttl " Tirt.r.i ft (H lfl d a general so27-t- f . '. tj 07 w ank w. g . tucctti-ivteleotlo- mill towns been more llagrantly Ia and audaciously exorcised. some of tho mill villages it has been worth a mill hand's job for him to voto openly, us ho hud to under tho old time ballot, for Democratic national or township o fllcce. Often then tho bauds employed by the most powerful corporations wero driven iu tho mill teams Iu Bquads of thirty or forty to the polls, and an oversoor walked with tho voter to tho boxos to bo euro that ho cast the ballot tho bosses had prearranged ho should deposit. To day each voter wns compolled by law to proparo his ballot in ono of tho numerous littlo booths provided for that purpose, huo screened by closed doors placed his ballot iu nu onvelouo and Beal that ouvolopo boforo ho could legally go to the ballot box aud deposit It," Says a Western exohaugo: "A practical rovlvnlist in this neighborhood requested all iu tho paid their debts to tiso. The rising was gcuoral. After taking their seats, a call was made for thoso who didn't nay their dobtB; and ono solitary individual aroBO. who oxplninod that ho was an editor, mid could not, bocauso tho rest of tho congregation wero owing him for subscriptions." kellii.stotaUii6.! New Fall Millinery, Your attention is now called to my largo aud elegant lino of of Family Oroce-ties- , at ou4Jre in East llickmau. HELM BUOS. gswio I will Ui i,luri(H for nt ihs Loritl udttcff luctmtt-i- inAtUrcoQttauM, ftceut prrlluermch neW. trilf cmU tlu. rltin offlrt wki rfor itiu ft Look at This If jon want ro(vrr. If you want ttiivvUrw, If yon want Hill lUuJ, If yon waul ttenifntsT, If von wskBt Lvtt.r HrJi, 1 No Sensation. i The underifntjd, commonclog buslnet aka a share of trade, If yon want Nolo .leJ If you wat Uoilnrii CM. consisting of every Shape and proposing lolo k square, atralgbl busiIf you Mbt IbUIiije Ctrtlf, yr as possible value reness, glviug U you want 1U1I Iiivltullouf, Color to be imd in tho inarkot. ceived In ec!.ial eveiy transaelion, and If yon mil M.li'fn TiHt Tho goods wero bought with uu dealing In uinensallona. A full supply If yon waul UuiinrMllrrulirt, yoo wnni JOB f ovo sliiclo to the interest of uiy of Family (Irceries kept, anil sold at as In fitt, Ifdu9 Iu hinil PSIKT.NQmimirr, you Kt.ftnrv friends and customers, oaoh of low price asuy. can tiav your waoti Mlltt1eJ Ly callfnc at tha D. H. ORYANT. JulyS whom, I hope, will find something to suit their taste and fancy. NevIn Hlckman,ony ' and never boforo could one hidalgo Tho Acni'ia tho best Harrow in so freolj their own sweet fttucy, use, aud atprioes as low as con there being no limit. bo bought uywhero. You will also fltul a full and bHiiJI BROS, Ag'ts. lino of Noveltios; also malllokman, Ky. 6o27-t- f terial forall kindH of Fauoy Work. Stamping out IK with A handsome which stumping uau bo douo on short notice. An Invitation is hereby extended to each und all to give mo a cull. com-plot- o er boforo liuvo such lovely goods been otTored at hucIi Xoio i'ricn, ACME HARROW. Courier Job Office. Fresh. Groceries. I- The undersigned hieing purchased the Krooery slock of K - Case, will conlintie bualneiii nt the old gland, and proposes to sell an food goods, and at aa low prices as any. Will apprmlate your trade. I) II. BRYANT. jtily5 DR. A.. A.. F'A.RIS New ;ook Store. PHYSICAN HICKMAN, ADUIE I. JOXKS. ATTENTIONJVERYBODYI Having bought out the Clark lUkcry and SCHOOL inlKS, ATTOUSBY.AT.LAW, sTjiommr, Urocery, t will bo pleased lo eo all KE.N11IIKY. SSVSl'ArKKS, my old friend and cuntoinerH. IIItKHA. MAGAZINES, Jr. Jtzu., Iti'oml, IruHli Legal llusine promptly attended lo. Any of theebova not In Mock will be All AlwityH on Lend prartlre n Delivery Oread Wagon will visit promptly procJ P" ppltftiion. . OlTiro In Hauk llailUtoj-you etery tUy. Come and M-i- 'i 1- - M. METHPNY. CLml.UIS0K lalB-t- l Havltic ptirUvl Mr. K. T. Gardner' enliro stock Hottka, Biallon.ry. Fancy continue to kevp or, Goods, Ac. band, attheoli"J. a complete line oi Ol'PERS AUD SURUEON KENTUCKY hltrrofettlonal Service! to of Hickman aud v lolnlty llll aull'eo SAIVE'L li. ISBELL, Oiilc, t$r iinnui ..';. fl '.'A .LLLLmim ." '!." a H mmwm LV$ffi 'Tli. i taw r t a thousand railf 'yond where, illscorn tho "Hock of A,rc.rt Oh, InA TOUCHING MELODRAMA, DEFEATED EVERYWHERE. Municipal Dignitary (lo potlce ofTourists, step the highest peall( tho Alps, and stead of oownrlng and shtvorlnfr when ficial) Order the force to hatoovofy Whetntr'Ort'VlfHHiUffi'brnt or btSalti?!, Itriiithllcan no P"'" tho skeptic; stands heforo us, and talks when In that ascent 'orc IUfotwM. The Mnnisch of His (. O. 1. In Now Full thing ln readlnosa for a descent Listen to Till. TMln of Wo, on the should take on every trip a boltlo of Hyrutt Ho Vlslta Uio "Wonderful City or A man doomed to dii stepped on the lit IVIIllltl HI lllUMfill A. I1M a fJUSIIiail- Catarrh It sn aiccadlnilr dUtf rMskl dUaat, nf MaUASHiu CroiT. ns Ik act moat plentanUy and of. ,A.- rt. tKrom a Bprcch t Ilenjamln Harrison n the , Pollco III vsrlxl jnptoma, lictiri at ISa soia, bad scaffold and Bald jn M "Xuyr, ln ,CJ Inious thing Instead of that lot us take reeWsWyonrlievkldnejs, llv Rome, There tn walling fit tfco' camn nf 'mo,,,, i,i., nrumr, ranrra TO, lHl (to lulwrdlnataoffloor) Toll the preTsntlng fQVcr,.bomloches and other traslh.psln oatwaan tba tin. ronhln. cboilnf and minutes I will JTnow I lfcat secret.' out our New Testament slid read tho nopoly and prltdlogeVMuurntnl epitaphs rnafi te (rot aaialion, rlmlnir iioHm In tha atra.M., baln MlU PlIKSIIIRNT! IilS.vVMiOthM.iM.fl. , farm of alckn., ready tot a raid on tho notonlr trcubieiuaoato tha iUfTprr,tfltCJT;wlT functions story ot Paul at Rome, or come and see . iln. Mrt 1 .... Ono lnlnuto after have boon hungywahd alt the rites T -U how H may ..n-Whoro lie rresclic.lia a Largo 'ii-rsHdbordlnato iu lnr im iwiJl.OO bolUU. by all to othart. Itilnrra or alio djnatriMr, liaesasaft IIblond ceased 'Iho llttlo" ch'jfl1111 dlrd Ta.tt this city for ourselves, and learn that It - ..,,..vi that appertain tinlo a burial, ficer (to squad of pollco) Boys, Of- Uf.f.Sr, ietKtlnffilrurcists 14 to bronchltlt ronmmptloa. tl'lna tlou Tim Noted American Illvlne bo iiwv io rao u s diisMt. tba true method or oars iho parir? u could have been no weak Gospel that night know mora than I'll hltnsclf " on Ilia Way to llir Holy Land. Tho Republican stomach Is full ot nause- around hero full ot pathos ,and Jndtg blood br latin- - ICood's Striararllls, which hia about elovon o'clock. Wo A YAslllxnlox -ho dlod. IVIrniKtho cv.lt from actuated such a man, but that It Is aaroro oalal nation. Down on tho Ohio river. In one ous crow, garnlshedwllh" wormwood are onterod to mako a haul ot tho gamblin- Bhlpptd to Europo man buys cat sktas. curail nanrSaraaparllla of catarrh. no Mora for Itovir.. Nov 10 Itcv. T. Ik. Witt Tal this world, or death i vou please to "Hood's Gospel Aye! for all uges ot our thsy sail as rtrgs, hat halpad and seasoned with tho gall nt bitter- g-houses. Indiana counties, is tho town of ,. ., to ,. Policeman (to gambler) dressing-gow,. loriou o tho lower of God and tho wisdom ot God mage. Ji. 1).. Mrs. soiraago unu .mw oatsrrh and I m pur a hloo.1 tban sojthlog alaa 1 avet linings, etc Tor many a day tho organs will ness. Aad" A )lAI.UBrreni,N. V. w.;j..-, - .. v. ,1s,.. fi lutitoiulvHtlon, o Cnnnelton. ... Tbq Mrs, WllllS ,, . .h.ii-- a goln' to .. .. . .prry, Tnlmairc. with Mr. nnd i i I N Ihj !i the fourtlf elaw, ml I regret there V of feed their readerppnejcpl&nst(o.n. Tlmy night. wo'ro the bys.raid ye about tnld-- J 1 MMiiBiiua lltralor Chicago1 Tribune. 'WniWf Teacher' 'Clergymen, nnd it I JSf uejuinnaiiwui Toll Klopsoh, arrived Jn this city last oven-tnit exec, Men, brethien and falhersl I thank Is illumination T it wlllseQk to cqtcr j itji. petty.. excuses sunburst. m a n nr iMvnusn it withdraws from o.ir I, ot rhnB Of employment Tanlay the great Mrookljn dlvlno It Is tho 11 iliat which appears ln appropriate nakedvv opening v ll bo win- you for this opportunity of preaching consideration hero tho caso to , jionoson A llttlo girl accompanied her mother i.,i"vl"" preached to a largo vongregatlon from dows. which 1 ness. .There Is but one thing tfpon Co, 10J0 Main lo rite to ii, tho gospel to you that are at Romo. also. am at., Richmond. V Their ti,i brail itrnriiiti jlolifnrU, lrpar,d oalr. It is stiuttlnf "P Call at tho fcouso'ot a friend, nhd great the text, Acts xlx., 21: "I must also seo auccesanhowatbrt they liavo jrotthe br C, I.TtopllACO. t1thtfarlt, l.oli;Maia. of America salute'you. wan about to refer. Isatiello Do I Uunt which the party of blnsleyean' brag"' upon a there," Tho churches ot doubVanditbunrolllngof all was served with cako and1 truo Idcsa about making money. They ran whllo tho widow' of Major Do La Hunt, of lOO'Dosea Ono Dollar1 Home." A full report of the sermon the scrolls of now it can show more black eyes than whipped cream. Tho latter delicacy show jou how to employ odd hours profitably. posit ft o I'd nccurato In- Upon you who are, llkn ns, strangers ln tho Twenty-sixt- h follows: formation. Instead olitandlng at the Rome. I pray the protection and Journey- Ho was a Democrat Indiana Volunteer. all tho hourls ot the Mussulman beaten, was not a familiar ono tq tho child, nor He was a a Democrat before Hero Is Paul's Itineracy. fool of thu ladder and Hiking up, It is ing caro of God, t'pon you who aro Tbo lowit Democrats hutp at last gat teacher, traveling or circuit preacher. Ho had standing nt tho top sM looking down. resident h,erc 1 pray grace, mercy and tho war, a Democrat during tho war a out pf tho wilderness of fanntfi'Ksn, and did it Impress her favorably A rolatlvo - .."'iJvrhntllehV'asli'ed the Chrlstlsns"did Jl5P??r F'iro ,mmrd the at Democrat after tbo war, or after his requestioned tbeHtMofono pn'hcr return been mobbed and Insulted, and the more It Is the toa a corr or last mystery tcn out of (bot- peace from God our father and tho Ebrd turn from the army, l'.o was a g,'llanl free 'whisky, and their Mion will., now: as to what tsh'p iiad for refreshment. Y?2 torth "ifghl" b'b8TJ!M U good lie did tjio worse the world treated any strike with his rod of right tlio roeK ol "Jos' cako and' soapsuds," was Iter reand geology and aswnomy'and the- Jesus Christ. After tarrying hero a few man. At Prairie Grove, ln him. Hut ho went right on. Now he ology. Oh, Arkans.iv justice, and bring forth a pure stream I 1 grand to hat o days wo resume; our journey for Pales- ho was shot down by a you hate ovor used Dobbins' F.lectrlo ply. Golden Days. propones to tro to Jerusnloin, and says: all questionswill it noth wound entlii Iv during the !M years it has been sold, you will cleanse tho Statu of RepubThe perpetu- tine, and we Bhall never meet again, through tho body. nnowercd' a Rocoverln from tins that sewage. Ho "After that I mint also sco I'omn." ally recurring XiwwthatliljlliQbcst and purest faulty point either In Italy, or Auierlca, or what Is desperate has led his faithful r (tntrrrgatlon A KlttUlSITK feXOItAVmO. op ht ide. 'Iflyon haven't UM lu akyohr vround, ho rojolnedl his com- lican Why did ho want to visit this wonderful changed called tho Holy Land, but there, Is followers Into the promised landdt Dcm for grocer for It nor. Don't lako imitallon. j permitted to All riddles tho mark t exclamation.to a holler land, and thcro wo may mand and again received a rebel bullet ocratto avendancy city in which f am Ostc-.ato the flardan of tha flodi, Colwill fear Tha Bast and Molted. .WV stand? "To preach tho (Sospel," you go out orado, with lw of like' mk la the Disabled by these meet, saved by tho grace that In the same through his arm. Tho roliol Hrlgadler, MahonMs bhtled on "BntoAPs" meant or! (finally a noisy Mlddl Distance. ansner. No doubt of It, but there vcrc questions that discover) when all the way naves Italian and American and two Wounds received In hls'conntry's (or all tlmtv; 'Hm nrgitiv; Uon1dvitot of tha Lady's-Book- s. brlgare, Ided which aro to bo steel flat m crew or company, from fttlln nervier, ho was compelled to leave other reasons why ho ttAntrd lo sco wo hnvo ot his destruction. Their meat craving has Just been executed In tho te brawl. It Is ot courso a near relative been dlscussint all our lives? there In that supernal clime, after em- army and return to Perry County, the It Is without a rival In the etrallenoe of its Home. A man ot l'aul's lntolllgcnco and Who Ind. and drink is abusoxf rebel llrlgadlcrs, highest itylo 'of tho art, coptis ct which hot "brigand." bracing nim who, by" His Bufferings' on In anshall itortas and norclcts, thn beauty cf Its Illustraacknowledgment of his Democracy, classic tasto had fifty other reasons for ticipation not clap his 'l,nds ln the ready for from a limited supply, aro It fashion ajvl tions, tbo completeness oMhat.blesi. country, lilt tho hill back ot Jerusalem, in ado our ln recognition, 1 may hope, of his gallant and they should rejoloo that ono of them delivery, and Will bo sent to now part of tho ' CuiCKCofdsajjiLHrouclilUs any wanting to sco It. Your Colossoum was be no better with Halola Heaven possible, and glvon salutation drrxrtment, and tha hrjpfuliiofi tho worsVfbas mo,t his. fate at tho world on receipt of S3 cents each, la stamp than thriujh holy curiosservice as a soldier, tho Democracy of hands of an at that time In process of Honw of Uerchound nu.il Tar, : Uto"Kn-trance- " ity? As this Paul off a text did not to our own kindred whoso depariuro orcein, Th" noble grandeur of otlu maar- au1sIUtoui srtUlcl. Ik. nun-bhonnt man. and ho wanted to seo it, Tho IV suppress his curlosilyfwiuecd not sup--' broke our hearts on earth, wo shall, I Perry County elected him to ono of amnn- III contributor to the "Garden of the Gods ' is tho rikc'iTWttwtioDrOi.aTCuielu oiSewIuulAV ome of our dodgo did not save The forged-lette- r tho county offices. mm was even then an old structure and press Hut bis days the favorite tbemo of poet aud painter, The author ) leader of tho Ohio Re- outer paracU aro of pure white, w Idle tho Fir.txiso lies In the ours. Yes, I Marian unlimited think, seek out the traveling preacher wero fow, His vital forces i.ad tho eloquent apostlo wanted to see that KIght novelets, nearly one hundrod liort, and mighty hnro of tho text who marked espouspublicans. Ills Interior columns spring boldly from tha of tho Kngllsh factory at Lisbon with building in which eloquence had no curiosity all about rcltlois tilings, and out bis journoy through Macedonia and boon so sapped by tho Mounds ing the causo ofibara pretense at slortea, stMchos of, trsvel, jilslory, blosraphy, plain to a height ot h.V feetthe whole tug. out n iMne to miTiptUQpoi.A as this city of. Rome fcao intlmatoly Stinday which ho had received that lt'wst not often thundered and svppr. Over the etc., irtlolo on, homo drrsonaklna-.thoear- n resting the ruins of a vast temple, Theso of apostkle times, the in- Achala to Jerusalem, saying: "After I .long The until a sorrowing widow an. .no did notlnsave him. party respeclablo vote lowering walls form n majestic frame work Yor can't Wpllklnit them.tKey are so very tbo lck, anil houiobolil manacement, Appian Way tho triumphal procession connected with his own refused to cidents ot which erapkaufi and explain havo boon there, I must also tuo only child followed gnaw capped summit of l'lhe's Peak mall and Uf I r action is so period. One pill for the r, had already marched for hundred of and augment tho remains i f as for him, and he had nothing to expect which reveals itself among tho clouds in tho for nnsllework, embroidery, a tho ChrtitUi religion, you Home." dose. Carter's Little I.tvar PUU. Tryihcw. bravo a soldier as ever went out )from paintlna, etc, will Ik) given durlnr 1H years, and ho wanted to seo that, Tho will from the DemocraU. Ho, too, Is, dono far distance. To secure an early cany of i, a prye nottakoit asan evitneoot Indian! to bis last restlng-placlrf ho of nearly JMO pages, Temple of Saturn was already an this admirable work o( art, addrrsa Joit.s ing spirit, but as tho oubUrsUns ot a SaVAiir INFLUENCE OF HOME. Tcrjuil Two, Dollars par year, wllh HxnltTUX, Orn. Tk't & Pass. Agent, Chi- where o ulru in a prison at Tiristo, grave. This widow, left with small for. defeat ot Foraker, Hutchison and cago, uud ho wanted to see that. was confined for denj 5t IvJiictlons to eitib and One ptrjuliia real Tho fc Pacific Hi. enclosing Christian curiosity, vWl say I must n Hock Island .,..t, . .. for , ,. Strong lvrr bjr Which Mtn vSrs means, entered upon tho nui uioLiin- - i ... Tho architecture of tho world ronowed also seo Rome. " &, .m fort dollars: the price, S3 cents. letting-u4B clubs. tatnlng herself and that Spifff W?E?-- -Uftetl lltavvnwmri!. , city, ho wanted to eo that. Tho places . Uamplo-cflpuwjviuiivv. n a pwhkiI'K nriniKu w Our destro to vlslfthlWlty Is also Inrasa, to ot un a lub wish, lUtw-iup- s It will be very dlfllcult for reform In boy. For many years hot old father I associated with the triumphs, tho cruelIs curotl bSfJeqtwriwmali Ansiovs father of nlao blooming thoAdtntnUtratlonand to tho whole Ro . dostafot IfbtoOWo for jfeaaumpUon iddrosi ties, tho disasters, tho wars, tho mili- tensified by the fact that wo want to be tho bad habits ot men Id be fully ac- was rKwtraaMer at CannnlUn. and sho publican party, Tuesday's totes show daughters (attired in his and examining the "Maria, tary genius, tho poetic and iho rhetor- confirmed fn the feeling that human life complished unless in each ease the man his principal and most' efllci-n- t dcraty. that tho election ot Harrison was an PETEIrON'S ItIACAZINE, d aro tho children alt tnf I can find only SATri Cnuz. Cal., reporU al ical fame of this first city, he wanted to is brief. I'Ut Its work lasts tor centuries, is offered tho alternative ot a happy &methlng llko a year ft-- iigbteon babv that aah Ikwlra Ilka, ft and a mistake. than 0UII anrrt null da. an rviiiniiliv) stories stated uiuuths ago, imr old father hnng bctond they show that tho boiv Mom promisethat, eljM lumrus of gum " ' "' sett tboiii. A man likePnul, somnny sided, Indeed rarevcr. Therefore show us the liuiitn. Tli-ir-J3' for dwi. of t no sympathetic, so emotional, so full of antlqrilles of old Rome,, about which we in the dally papers of young and very eighty years of ago and, uniblc to " T r-it' CATAltltlt. tho Democrats In 1R!J Is already lielnjf ai aM. l have been reading for a but happy young women having married men 'omie, latllo sot In tho duties of tho A poi kct rliraroaao free to smokers ot analogy, could not havo been indifferent tho political heaven. They show, Catarrhal Itaaaieaa-lla- jr A Kw "Tanslll Vvnch fa ClTr-- , f , ln order to reform them. In fow cases, Do I.a Hunt, tho widow, wat appointed to tho antiquities and tho splendors norjn seen. I n our beloved America w monopoly-oppresse- d -- I x llomn TTratmrnt, no antiquities. A church eighty so far, has. there been a happy result of on my request Jiy Mr. HaUon then too, that the which tnovo every rightly organized findpeoplo of this country aro ButTercra are not Irene rally atvart that MAnvisn oxpoots to produce 10,000,-00- 0 to this ltittle human being. And with what thrill of years old overaws ns with Its ago, Wo the project stated. Rut the whole prece- Postmaster-Generaor that they ing out that they must look to tho Dem- theso diseases aro couta.-toburhels of oysters this year. aro due to tbo presence of living parasites Interest ho walked theso streets, thoso Aave ln America some Cathedrals hun dent in history goes to show that tho ocratic party for their trout If there was in nil this coini" one tho chains ot error, delltvranco and in the lining membrano of tho nose and only who for the first time Uko ourselves dreds and thousands of Tears old, but happy and comfortable households 'aro dishonesty tubes. enter Home can Imagine. If the Inhab- they aro in Yellowstone Park or Cali the ones that aro most generally exempt person who by reason of her lev who fanaticism. The people have found that eustachianbaa proved Mtcroacoplo a research, however, this to bo fact, and itants ot all Christendom were gathered fornia Canyon, and their achltecturo and from tho Infiucnco of the prevail- by reason of her w blow hood, w b ' rea- the Democratic party Is tholr party, and, tbo result ot tela discovery is that a simple Into ono pi sin, and it were put to thrui masonry wore by the omnipotent God ing vice of tho ago. A man may son of tho sacrifice sho had maie "giv- hating learned this, they will stand by remedy has boon formulated whsrabj neas, Catarrhal "Jileh two cities they would robote all We want to see t lis building, or ruins change his wliolo character under ing tho arm on which she leanol to her tho party and their rights. Chicago Catarrh, Hay Fever andIn from onoDeafthree aro permanenUy cured te " others wish to see, tho vast'wajority of or ola buildings, that wero erected bun the influence of a truly happy country's service, was entitled to bo Herald. simpio applications , tnaiio at home by tho them would voto Jerusalem, rand Horn?, dreds and thousands of years ago by hu home, and tho best of men may seek In kept In office, was entitled to bi' her patientorKtt tn two weeks Directions with Hah BrrnirM N. H. This treatment is not a snuff or an t5 we cad understand something of tlio man hand. They lived forty or scv clubs and saloons a partial resourco reputation guarded jealously by THE RACE QUESTION. men ointment, both have Uvn discarded tiy Ort PVRfi8M8CALPl food and tho slot enly-kewho represented the Governmet' I' was A Colored record of my text and its surroundings enty years, out tno arches they lifted, from Mlnlitrr'a Original lrm on reputable physicians as Injurious. A pamphbouses. Men and wAmcncannot lsabelle Do Ia Hnnt, Tearing, 1iever, ' when It says, Paul purposed ln tho the paintings they penciled, the sculp V let explaining this new treatment Is sent on 'A HaW Ilanusd. Thl IVrplralne Toplr. receipt ot tiirea rents in stamp to pay Anla.l,llnn,(Vpl,n, UU splritwhen ho had passed through ture they chiseled, the roads they laid lay their shortcomings on another's that somo person might be moat enough A few Sundays since Rev W, H DEALERS BVTHE years Our Uby-l- 'l" ber hand Persons with the most un- to misrepresent her for tho saAi. f ob- Sherwood, paster of tho African M. E. postage by A. II. Dixon & Son, cor. of John Macedonia and Acha'.a to go to out, I understand, are yet to lo seen, shoulders. n on s bol i lore and . King Ktrect, Toronto, Canada. sil tt, bacons Oil in. It. Jerusalem, saying: "After that I must and we want you to show them to us, I happy homes havo lived pure, noble taining this llttlo office, showrvtetdtho Church, ot Tallahassee, dflltcrcd a and AiXxvtctt. II took tha pain ail out, al once, aftef putting It da : or I times II waa all cured un, can hardly wait until Monday morning. lives despite every discouragement; bu honorablo Postmaster-Genera- l also see Rome." As some of you aro in March lecture te his congregation, having for Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should , U I'. aUYK sod rasttlf aware, with my family and only for tho I must also see Rome. WoJ want to bo these are strong natures. Not every last oxpressing her appreheiwn and his text "Tho Race Problem.'' Among carefully read tbo above. impressed with the fact that what men ono can endure the want of a haven asking him in cae charges b d be purpose of what wo can learn and the AT PrS!f AfP PsiltM. ' other things he said, according to the VJaaT iir rttorn mall, aJaJaJLJW aMLaal A rtsiTEitvAX at Doyleatewn. ra saw 'pood wo can got, I am on tho way to do on a small scale or largo scale lasts a of perfect rest, such as a good made against her to do her the fator of Tallahasseo Floridian: THICHtslIt A. VOQCICR CO, arttmera, U 7tf sflHalK fatl daacrtptlva mtn-Utsunfish swallow a beo, and a Palestine. Since loating Brooklyn, X thousand years, lasts forever, that wo home offers.. It would bo interesting giving notice thereof, so that die could Una was made to work. Tha eraiM ructli ef mput CtmUrsof H later thn Cab on thn witar Y., this is the first placo t.--c iavo stop- hnIM for eternity awl thst r do ;o!s a tn know whst w) f refut" thes, aaAslso lafcrxls si Ms hsnd If ct tbh tlsl rir- sU h22 Tlll.l ItlTIal ped. Intermediate cities aro attractive, very short spaco ot time. God is the the many men who are now embeulers her husband's service, death. ' ber mankind to work, but the nrfro he at doomed dead. Ho cut it open and the bc Cow tfMttltllTIII. a to labor. It Is left to hit rhoiee, work or per off. but we havo visited them in other years, only old living presence. But It is an old and fraudulent bank cashiers, and who financial necessities, and the f Hhcr th, tor Ool has ordained that the Btfrowto A New Kind ef Imuranr and wo hastened on, for I said before, age of the Infirmities or limitations ot from refined surroundings have sunk fact of her husband's politics. -" ? teals shall raa aaaUr 6n4 Mrs Do T.a Hunt was removal and recogTiIre this fact"?. sooB.tr Iteaven and ' starting that while I ttaa tfulntf to seo old age. There Is a passage of Scripture down to tho level of common thieves. liecn,ul IB operation by thomanufact-earth- , hick Hi:tn4riirJiirMnAirK.(-N- , 0.S1CS1 laatn to the rvi aaa maia which mm now to be acslnttus will u!5r. 'Jerusalem I must also seo Rome. Why do which speaks of thoblrth of tho moun- Home extravagance may nothavedrlven neither to that appeal nor to a later ap'!" medlcinm. Ill Tit r. mitt i;i.h.your ll NTOyiACII anil riot no any tamunt, la Jledlcal r)lsrarrrv ami III It'll I.MJ i If them to this place, but tho want of a peal to know tho character ot ne vile turn ln our favor road does tiol I want to seo Uomo? Itccause I want, by tains, for there was a time when the Ansay at, a lo aar He Iiscrlrtion' are sold by druggists tinand jroa svavaua c pallia. wars the prrenrsor aaaaasra for ladr visiting regions associated with the des woro born, and tho Pyrenees were moral standard at home has done more charges that had been preferred Against of The recent rarejrt to am bat futnrltr la Un der the manufacturers' poxtfra pturanfr. come, awfolrr times t child. Addrta great apostlo to tho Gentiles, to hate born, and tho Sierra Novadas wero born, Tho growing boy has early heard his her was sho given tho simple recogn- penet rable ij finite ludttnent. So conform!! j Hither b'seai.er 9 complete cure I thus at(or these medicines KOQuY & CO., my faith ln Christianity confirmed. but before tho birth ot'thdso mountains father congratulate himself over a ition of an answer. of rtreumtaiires rnsMe--i us to fullr aolro thH tained, or money paid la returned. Tho perplnlnK problem, yet a thoughtful obatxvor pivcu in connectioncertificate ot guarantee s CUalaaU,0.f the Jllblo tells us, God was born, ave sharp, overreaching bargain over hli Therearothosowho wlllgo through large w 1th sale of these of mav taaraASaff fc--p. is equivalent te a policy ef Now, Mr. President, perhaps irv dis- of the alga Thethe times admitsforewre the ulti expenditure to hato their faith weak was never born at all, Ipcauso ho al- neighbor in stocks or merchandise, and proMrm matetue. ene so- The "Golden Medical Discovery" insurance. of but cure all Ho Las tinguished friend from Kansas, ho.se lution ened. In my natitu land I hate to pay ways existed. Psalm xc i. "Itoforo tho has seen his mother pleased. humor and blood Uinta, from fifty cents or a dollar to hear a lecturer mountains were brought forth, r ever been brought up in a worldly home, for command of languago,to far surpasses That Is this, the nrttro rasit work. Hemuit causa arising, akin aud scalp whatever diseases, wlllrnr tliasa Iroulilra. Try lhanii ! eome out of politics. There Is nothing In proio that our Christian religion Is a thou hadst formed tho earth and tho the world, and learned early his lesson my own. might characterize scrofulous sores and swelllnjrs. Tho yoq hatanolhlriK lulne.bulnlllirallt si VlaTarvua buily. I'rlra, Uc. r Wo. VTfcui I m kfj 1 4 mm ftan Mr!r I I !. for the negro but death. Death lo the poliworld, eten from, everlasting to ever- that to acquire money was tho chief of Prescription" cures all those de'Favorite myth, a dream, a cheat, a lie. On tho perhap4 hu could touch r up a r ftina4k4Ui ioiesii(ini((itv amSl SOLI) i: KUYAVIiniCC. represents. tho contrary, will glvo all tho thous- lasting, thou art God." jllow short Is all ends. Reared in such an atmos- little: but to mo that work is imoossl-bi- tician and death for slera race he flooa The rangements and weaknesses peculiar to ' vrxii rkALUl--i He l too weak to vromen. the phere, or even in a Christian home, ho ands ot dollars that this journey of my human life, what antlqultr attaches to ooujjtEau, riitu, mi. The story of Mrs. De La Hum car- North h dropped hlra and he can not tKfjaf uDiIm r rwf9ffmtU -rvtfn 4 f Don't hawk, hawk, and blow, blew, dls- How oterUi'ting is God! may have married a worldly woman who ries its ow n pathos and its own indigna- stand alone and maintain partisan ground. tutu r iW4 t irvwiK family will cost to hate additional evi- Its worthl taa'4l iMdt IhVJtElt Ji CO.'S II. U. Wltur, M ,. U ! , tfr-- La4 J I'actOAsa t, Uo U At la " """ rnarrd. if aUownl, Citarrh Remedy" dence that our Christian religion Is an Show us ths antiquities, tho things that cares only for show, and not for ino tion. "" lrt, tw Vk. to ahare to largely as he thinks In governauthenticated grandeur. A solemn, a were old when America wis discovered, holier life of home. What wonder that niArtrn it. mental affair. Kmpowered with the uol tho ) joyous, a rapturous, n Htupcndous, a old when Paul went up ana down these the moral sense of such a man Is blunted (From the.W.7 York KrrnlnirPoAt, May s "no.wkTMooir notv is tho namo given ballot too toon, he has almost worked bis ruin, old jwhen Christ and his religion is a sham? The homo The Cleveland administration having Hemuit net somo money. Wlial the nrgro a row ot houses at West Cheater, P., magnificent fact. So I want to seo streets sight-seeinJt aalii'y pur mnd couplas ex Homo. I want you to show mo the was born. I must, I mast also seo life is the strong spiritual lever br gono out, and General Harrison having wants ta commercial power, then, brains and occupied by it it rtltU: - places connected with which men are lifted Heavenward. become President, Mrs. Do La Hunt ap- moral with these, he ran sway a commanding clusively. ' PAvaTMelRrlqMT., tho Apostolic Rome. Xo t u. A Ten lnnuenco. Without thea bo null remain al Mm tArlkfi, DrMA JfT Ls-ministry. I hate heard that, inyourclty our Another reason for ,, visit to this I Take this away, or turn it to tho mere plied for restoration to her old pos'tlon tbo bottom, (tat and nature put him there, Did Tea Itaad v- 4 irfrmw. it fcM iAArtl.n ..f A.. uses of extravagance, show and folly, us. postmaster There was no doutas and I proa,! you Iho abtte inau will keep him The larpo 'nd amid It surroundings, apostles sufltv tm ftiafr tA fcaV ! trM -- ff tS ttnf ff advertisement of TinYorrn't BOO. Ma, Hfft, lW4t4 4 U UtayatV Amirm fered and died for Christ's sake. My where tho mightiest inti'Jects and the and that power is gone. All religion to local sentiment demanding tho resto- there. You who are dependent upon the Courutio which wo published last week! rsTlstartatlltt 4 ."frl- -j a ifftf, Itf tV A common sen so tells mo that people do greatest natures wrought tor our Christ-- which Is taught outside of home, with- ration of this most efficient and worthy white people for employment had better make This remarkable paper has the phenomenal BINCHAMTON. i Vrs- j 'J0NE4 OF livf friend with them w(U fill jour 11 U sUbtsM, 400,000 copies weekly. No kyjrlU( sUIIIMUIIAXTO.fA N.llf. not die for tho sake of a falsehood. Ian religion. Wo hate been told ln out the existence of a religious life in person to her old ofilco. hho precnusl place with the poor If not, they their own race, circulation of is mora welcomed by old and other journal tHrtrTin, element of rriwtln, CtNtT M They may practice a deception for the America by somo poona of swollen tbo household, it liko the apples ef the s petition sore numerously signed than and with s catapult of the combined forces of rouuK in ino iiunui-- s larousnoui t&eiaxd. 4 4lrki4tp4 Imii arsis tail nrii,, aM p.na, purpose of gain, but put the sword to heads that the Cbristlsi religion is a Head sea beautiful to the sight, but that of any other applicant, and repre- money, wealth and Intellect ther will The publisher make a erriol ofit once Solit br flr-r- tn rjwTir senting an otcrwhelming majority of hurl us out, off, and under. What year, aad to all who subscribe now will their heart, or arrange the halter around pusillanimous thing, goo! for children ashes within. N. Y. Tribuno. send the par n January X,Ht90,dor the colored W, BAKER & CCL Dorelieiter. Mwi, CRESPO UNION SAVINGS BANK, the patrons of tho oftlce. Of court.e, trouble making It, man is hating he him- aJMyarfromt)ut totlau. The subscription their neck, or klndlo tho flro under soven .years of p and small- XoTXTJa,.. self Is The cotutaat clamor prteeUII.Vi. Oroaoo. MfcMM ali.r aaabt la Mrs. Do La Hunt was reappointed toher of tho so callad leaders cf around their fent and they would brained rnxople, k 1,- -r Addresa, but wt for the SALT A3 CURRENCY. QRATEFULGOMfOHTiHQ." tfceraco for political r Ike af tha SUIa ( Ua. anlied aad-- Uabuitr ! f atwkbaldrA.oa Tub Yotrtn's CoxrASio.--, Boston, Vasa. old position assoon as her old champion position and power fills the white man with ap say my life is worth more than any- intelligent and swarthy-nlndedWo I ,iul eioa.aaa. aa lri Ul e. lltaaeroaUlalaraAlpald eaa a4epMl mj mal thing I can gain by lang It. I bulla limiO of yuur Cotstantino tho A Ilccldadl Qpr Cnitom Ot)tl!nIns la Ucnjamln Harrison, became 'resident'' prehension cf negro rule, thus fanalng the lpwtta Pnontsson (lecturing to medical an African Land. lTaarrrnrnlka tva aImi laretl On tho contrary, the ofilco has been flames of race prejudice They will not submit fllh piiot tr.lf, hear you bate in this "city Paul's dun- Mighty, who pointed his army to tho - ' la ! nm Umi.m rAllkf LfKSa The descent from' the plain of War- - given toJohn Zimmerman, who has been to negro nils, and It ran not be expected of student) Por this Illness, gentlemen, geon. Show it to mo. I must see Rome cross, saying: "Uy thtsconquer ' If Savfcttaa Aaahfaff it loMa af la S4akfai nit.u BREAKFAST. them. Hitch Is unprecedented. Bo sudden a there are but two remedies, and neither othHrsroupcsiisiMUcn of also. Whllo I am Interested in this city there bo any thing hero cennected with uiussan, which IS covered with stones chairman of tho Republican County Com- change of slave to master more than often of them will do any good," "flra taoroniB. knol.d of tftha aataral lava aar miim. riria t " l rail whtaaanveratiia crallom iitilier- a4 mittee, and vyboso only claim to the hanga somebody-Hum- an because of her rulers or her citizens his roign or his military history show It and pebbles the pest of the country and Mordccal exUa trtuon and by a careful application oltTpra Saa I010IIRI DCUCinilCt Xrwilslltis. IMalectatl rueoa Mr. amples. The negro raco would proMMlM Ot the same Coaaninptloa Snroljr Cwred. who arc mighty in history for virtue) or to us. Tho mightiest intellect of tho and has nolthsr grass nor water, to the place Is party service. S un ui vrttf aUma tecilaaa.la ATIUIIOBI EniTldiKl nar traallail tahlea "llh a Oellralalr under almllar circumstances I repeat It, the To res Eerrssi-I'iss- ss vice or talents. Romulus, and Caliguli, ages was the author of m; text, and. If Ilahr Assal (salt lake), lies through a CIIAITLR III. U tvTtrsit htiasy J" isfsrsi -- rssr aocinea' am Ii la br ina i,amii nero Uiul ork. Ll hlra go to the top by readers that I have nl varar AwHiilAMlKiAHi pU4u.iJ track which seems to have been turned tarpraaaMliktAMaa. remedy for posltivo Krom the New York I'rens, June II, KWfc and Clncinnatus, and Urutus, and a hun- for tho Christian religion te was willing inelilalaeonAUtuiion mar basrajual-Ithose rei!lle4 superiorities of wealth, charMHHlMmNMA,HIHIIt., M I k IeIt c the abovo natnod diarajio. Uy iU timely topsyturvy between high and steep au aaill eironi anoaih I tem aterr balll Wasiiinotov, Juno 10. A reporter of acter and competence nni.roi. dred others whose names aro bright with to labor and suitor and de, there must Ilai4rll.(iablla nalaOlea ara a iii prriiT. star irt. i... rSSSIOS lSIUS. tiso thousand of hopeless cases have been lr IiuWii yn I. Klerutcd upon this basis he will stanil: with permanently cured. I (hall be glad to send Soauaa around at ready to anart anarataribara raa tun tmt a Ul. an exceeding brightness, or black with be something exalted aid sublime and uius, ana rommas ono ot Infernal tho United Press called the attenlaaaeak point. tYa mar atraaanany alatalahafl these he falls He must two bottles ot my remedy raxa to any br kaeDlaaoar-clrtthe deepest dje, most of all am I inter- tremendous In It; and slow mo every regions. Nature has undergo'no soma tion ot Mr. Clarkson, First Assistant out come ool or he will get give up politics ot your ii firtllaail wila oara blood and killed out. I am readers who will send me their ex- aad a vroparlf iinartatied fra tlru aerrwa BASE to the ested in this city because tho preacher place Ho visited, and slew me, if you awful cataclysm ln those solitary wastes. Postmaster-Genera- l, Wutllr giving It to you straight press and posb oflico ajdres. Mada llnolr alth bolllna water or aillk. aeld or Mar Hill, and thedefler of Agrippi, can where He wis tried and which ot The lake is 670 feet below the level of caso at Cannclton, Ind., about which tho Respectfully, T, A. Btocuw, M.C., CtTMTI If l(KU(s(iansbyaddraiac oao onlr Is half pound iioa, by lirocart. la balled tboti sen I" rssTt? on ftppllrallon aaeloiln 181 Pearl street, New York. A and the hero of tho shipwrecked vessel your roads leads out' to Osu that I may theses. About a third of tho soil ln the President has been criticised because of SALOON. JAMES EPPSIa CO., Homaepathle Chitilits, Tiiioponmioiusn. p o.nsio, rnia.,Pa. vicinity Is covered with asheotof salt tho appointment of Mr. Zimmerman. In the breakers of Mellta, and the man . " co whoro he went out U die. We exs Lcadaa; Cngliai. rati vArta ,,faa,rmw Tha Nation's Vlco.rrealdenl trtt Vp At the rate of Inaressft ln tho past few who held higher than any ono tho world pect, beforo we finish tils journey, to half a foot thick, which resombles Ice. Many papers have quoted Mr. Hrrlon h liar nt Waahlngtnn. years the wool crop of Colorado wilt soon As salt Is not only used for culinary pur- speech CUTCf OAVtATI. TRAOtHAIIII, Unlti-ever saw the torch of resurrection, HvM, km) r.sko 'Galileo and tie places whoro States Senate ln A llijnor license waa yeatMj trftBted by tho exceed ln valuo tha output ot her silver inlho m sflj gT un IO iuheij rjn nrjitaxs.' tprsend "a'Aek rheaa arnrtal al and preached, and was massacred hero. Simon Peter and Andrtv fished, a,nd poses, but also as a currency, it Is cut 10 ln opposition to thoromovftt of Mrs. district rommlAntoners to Hon. al V HHrtou, mlneei. riafcll N.MIIIM iHarniiiri.1 ll J, B. Show mo every placo connected with perhaps wo may drop a net or a Into pieces of the shape of a whetstone; Do La Hunt, former postmistress, from tho Vice l'realdcnt of ths United Btates, to sell OR ALL! A CO.. WAien, a. C they are about nino lnchos long, on Oregon, tha raraitlao of Farmers, MsnffW, and have criticised his action whlky. ber and other aplrituoas and mall his m&morr. I must also R..tn., hook and lice into thoxo waters inch and HUd, liquors al retail thick and in the in failing to appoint her now, when sho of Kliteenlli Mud on the premises at the roratr crops.Mumbieciimaie, certain and abundant n Pa-Hut my text suggests that In Paul ourselves, but when following Deal fruit, grata, grata, stock couatry aUceta. ThU la the (Ul aa.1 iSaa there was tho inquisitive and curious tho track of those lesser apostles middle two Inches wide. Black lava was an applicant with Mr. Zimmerman. known as the ' Shorfham," Just completed by In the world. Kull Information free. Address beds abound and savers) ausiv a.,,, y, n, riTZOiaau), IVi craters. Mr. Clarkson said: "Thu President had Jtr Mortoa Under tho rules of the district Oregon Immigration l)oard,Portland,Oregoa hplrIL 11 J iiy taxi only meant that he I will learn quite anotter lesson, (. alaa fr Wnltm awldii,la4Uu,illi laa i the majority cf the property holder In the apwanted to preach here he would hate want while in this city ot tome to study Mimosas, from which gum arable is col- made a memorandum tall rAMS j upa r-SttsKitODT who believes In oU-fr- - nrvrrrau. u ... -; wild so. Indeed, in another place he de- the religion of the bralnlnt of tho apos- lected, acacias, saline plants and a few pointment of Mis. Do La lliinU Mippo-in- s block inuat approve) tho application for thA license Tho only property-holde- r Salvation OH 'U,,JlurJrbesides the lonod methods ot discipline recently groves of doom palm trees aro alone met sons rssiv tut clared: "I am ready to preach the Gospel tles, I want to follow, asiaras wn can the office to be- - Presidential, hut the VircFroiurnl T with by the way. After days 6f tollsomo apppolntment was really ot the fourth of thn Cincinnatiis Jean McLean, tho crennator sent a young lady teacher In Maine a I Wa.UalM, P. 0, to you who aro at Rome also." Hut ray trace It, tho track of this feat Intellect llnqulrcr Mr. MoLcan av bnndla ot shingles. journeying through this desolate coun- class, and l had already appointed Mr. pears as aponsor on tho application. Mr- - MorPACIFIC. aSAH.faia ranawf awm tia.U, text suggests a to io Romo also, try we Tins man of my text who wanted ton's bar room will bo the handsomest ln tho camo upon a huge wall of solid Zimmerman upon tho recommendation XMOVTIIAXI) BOARDTAin who had boon under I)r Gamaliel had He was a logician, he was i metaphysi Do not suffer from sick headache a moment LOW PRIOE RAILROAD LANDS city Washington Special. orhijheAtroini BiUalqn and to U. rock and entered the gorges of Ouganta, longer. His not necessary. Carter Little no lack ot phraseology, and was used to cian, ho was an aau.siiarsranaav orator. an exceedingly narrow defile ln tho of Congressman Posey, whoso IndorseThanksgiving Day Is coming, and tho Liver Pill will euro you. Dose, ono llttlo FREE Government LAND8. r.tr.nrt. rH a av fla r.Maaal Si., ratua.iaia, ments am usually followed ln the dissaying exactly what he meant, and ho Lhc was a poet of thohi;;Ut typo. He ACRE8 la Mlaaaaala. Maria lata rarakewrar- 1 and .Morton' Harrison punch-bobar pill. Bmailjirjcc. Hinall dose. Small pill, MILLION! OF Irfaka. ttathtaalaa aai llr Ua. kala, HaHlaaa. said: 'T must also see Rome." There 1h had a nature that could rfwunp the lead- - mountains, which close ln on every side. trict, knowing nothing of the desire of !FUn f flB piSlieallnAlihNapader1bli.atHa DCilCinilCDUAll80LDIER3t On approaching the table land, as wo tbo theme for OoLDSMlTll's" Vicar ot Wakefield" wan lndanavap-alaatiil.rPresident for Mrs. Do La Hunt's re- ought to urnlsh suOlclent Prohibition-Republica- n such a thing as Christian curlonlty. Paul lng men of his own day, ind, hurled BCNT PalK. ASlraaa a a w a W as aa tl HOiaauiaoipar.r eerier. ralleved sold for a trifle to save him from ths It, and Homo of us hat o It, About against tbo Sanhedrim, heiude it trcm-oth- wormed our way through these precip- appointment, nor of the circumstances tho day, especially from a had stand-poinunAi, u. utMDunn, Lana paol, minn. . ..af atalSUaOSS,lailuailts.,AaaUlaVM, What a special grip of tho law, itous and lofty cliffs of porphyry and of tho case. I am St. aaraaa. rsiaraaaaawf peoplo's business I have no curios- - blc. Hu learned all ho coud get ln tho inclined to think that causo for thanksgiving aaasa aa) aa . M.a faaa aaasa that tho White ity. About all that can confirm my faith school of his natlvtwlUage.then ho had dlorite, the ascent was very steep, es- it will yet bo changed, and that Mrs. De MI11S, Drair Kaws. Circle Bsw. House Is rid of Francos Cleveland and Ir afflicted with Boro Eyes use Dr. pecially for ladea camels. W'lthln a few La Hunt will bo appointed, as It was Ely's Crtam Balm In lh Christian religion nnd tlio world's gone to a higher school, aul Ilnnaa rnWKUS.lur fariil or Mill uae. tho Rose Cleveland and President Cleveland, Thompson' E o Water, Druggist sell IIsaac thore had U S5c u 11. atAiiU.sriit co. it. in. (mi, uutu salvation and the soul's future ban-- , mastered tho Greek and tliHihrw n.i miles the rlso ot the basaltic mas Intention of tho President to nnuolnt tho and a Prlra ate Oaata. amounts to o.OOO or 7,000 fcot. Pitts- ,,1'nlon soldier's widow to that we havo gorgeous wino dinners CaTATttrtox, tha child of genius and plnoss I am full of an thoLannolton and .Sunday excursions, and a $20,000,000 perfected himself In hollos lutres, until. burgh Dispatch, WILL CURT tV, ...raaiaa a 1 parln( TFI FaRtBiiV twaliioii la af.ryaae--(taduala. misfortune, hi trim If dostrovod t curiosity. Paul in alter years, lie astoundedthn Cretans, who is ablo te set up a eighteen. I au.ileaa Sikaal of Trlecrapky, aJSadtaaa, Mia. had a great curiosity about tho next and tbo Corinthians, and tt Athenians, CIIAI'TKli IV. a aSialSfflSrsnarrrTa-.fTCwabar, and that tli" Country is jMvcrncd by r'rom thn Hover tN 1 ) lofler.OctMxr'JVSW J l u II TEA NOMENCLATURE. world, and so hate wo. I hopo somo by quotations from their fcsn authors, I tho Quays, Mahones, Dudleys, UniiC"1"- kMjaad al. Ikarauaklr taaf kl THE MARKETS. Canxki.to.v, Ind., Oct, 10. UM. day, by tho grace ot God, to go oter and have never found any thUvn Curly". or SfMitlnc at th .VaniM hj nUIHI. " Apply tVbUtt Ilia othor Christian statesmen. nostril, .Vmam. Jfumntft ifi TWirr, ifficr, ,Y J.'; by aaaii. uinalai. rraa. sal tar (uLUkS, d,i,l. ee lor myself; but not now. No well Goethe, or Herbert SpencrT'tUiat could sittUtlaa Ara Known. KI.V BIIOS. V Warr.nlt..N.T Muscatine (la.) CIKCISKATI, NOV it man. no prospered man, I think, wants compare ln strength or b auty with Tho "nohea" proper, is called so after uontlemcn: In reply to yours of Hth AOCUT? llOad.yl Madleatad BiaetrlrityTNam LIVKSTOCK-ra- lil Commonll i O I T3 Inst., I havo to say that I have not PLAYS! PLAYSI PLAYS) PUYS! nULIllOM.(,ak,fraa. a M K Hr.w.ir,llolly,alicb to jo now. Hut thn tlmo will coino. I Paul's epistles. 1 do not thl ik there is ranges of hilts In Choice butchers ....... 3 ua l a JO POLITICAL COMMENTS, or ana H'avdtnt ( 1kft ed the appointment, and it is withM Tft w ... . ,", 3 ft) thlnk.when Ishallgootcr. Iwanttosoe anything In the writings of! Ir William lit., "happy establishment," one of tho ff r!f" TIWsj naff. arsAss ists rart. I Jood packers HTiTskT . ..., ulti) trntm I'Uia, nrtwlnir lUotn I'ltri. rntml: . ABlif S WANTtDt out doubt settled that I am.Virtero-colv- o Tho bottom principle of Dewhat they do thore, and want to sen how Hamilton that -- hows inch nentsldis night provinces, with the capital i ibiopun i.tyt U4t3Ua9kp,9pkrs BIIKM' Hood to rholco .. i Ul UIU on trial. tVorth A Co,Hl.loula,Mo. fftDlvaaa wiil Mrnini lf Bit, CtoUrtl r. It, for I hate learned that shortly mocracy la to glvo every man a shoit', LAMI1S (U (kod loc holes. I do not want to bo looking they do It. tau riria raia.p,m on the river Mln. "Con-sou.- " Pnrnl I'orlr Ihatirl 10 Wat Wnrkf. Witt Urd., rDrIU vaiiaiaaa-ai- , clpllne as you find In Paul: argument irlrJt , . r i.uuii-raui- liy ......... 9 19 through the gates ajar forever. I want about Justification and resin rectlon. I lit, a "labor," Is named so at Amoy alter tho statement made by the Vw Jf. Y. Sun. Chavfavdaia, ami l'.jsTr Kcarr Mith IC.- -K A ir I30S t i'kkg t rn nsT)tla. r HKE CuIo.ts.m ai tviii-.-Ji trniTisu to Aiivrirriariis rijEasr. them to Hwlug wide open. Theru are have not found any tlilnf in Milton irom ino laoor in preparing It. "Sou- York Press ami other papers Na ared.... . Wo refrain from oxpressing au 71 ... ck i faMdcrirMAH rur.r.i II U Corn-N- o. Coni4v.nlfiffmsM.tr' ndprtr!. 3! raised........ t 10,090 thing I want explained about finer in the way of Imaciiii Ion than I chong," lit, "small kind," as u Canton-os- e gressman d'osoy wrote to tho present opinion of tho until it a saw Ik AdaartUaaaaal la IkU Ontl-- No alala that 1. f J HiHl fl4Ua at it . Jmllml IM 8A3ltEl.lHKCIIAMO no fears of any change, is scon how they pan ouL Troy Press. pa par. Hye-yn Wtt you, about myself, about tho gov- can find in Pauls lllustrst ons drawn anHMlTHIl titt ssMry ,. term for tea of many varieties. "Hyt is M 1 MAY Hrliiui toehold. , .,10 M (M M as n iroseyj nad inado such state- ' 'here was son," means "flourishing spring." "Pe-koernment of this world, about God, from the amphitheater. o Northern Republican need feel lOIIACCO-Msdlimani, Waaklafvaa, lot! , .10 fJ au it about every thing. We start in a plain nothing ln Robert Kmraet; leading for Is the Cantonese pronunciation of menu io .Mr. uarkson ns would )ro- - aggrloved beeauso tho spurious Repubflood lear,, , . id U ill M B.a.wiuomot; rHovimoNa-i'ork-riI rom uiuue an uanger or tils removal rCXSIOS allaeallala. path of what wo know, and ln a minute bis life, or in IMmund HurVi arraigning tho character for "white hair." This I0,t)ll0 i"i licanism of Muhono has been rejected at sleain ABl is is conclusite, that if the idea of tho Virginia polls. HulTalo Kxprcss iUTI m toinv up against a high wall of what wo warren lasting in Westml later Hull, kind ot tea is so called because for this thU dalrv 13 ( is 1 do not know. Prims toeholcs crenm.ry . El O at wonder how it looks that compared slth tho K no ip be sort only tho youngest leaves are gath- my appointment was, at any time (Hep.) per 001 ... 10 it iI ra entertained by tho President ho oter there. homebody Couldn't Dr. Harrison spare fow JOTAT0K8--l,- r ino court-roowhen before rob d ofllclals, ered, which have still the delicate down, I ua U IB bbl has Wen forced by Mr, Posey M,to United State troojis for tho lawless Re, it Is Ilka a patiil city pat eU Pjiul bowed and began hli NKW VOIlIt, say the "white hair," on the surfaco. When Attorney-GenerMlchener and with gold; and SSI n m man ing: "i mink myself b py( another King older, all tea leaves aro coriaceous, to abandon it. Very respectfully otbers publican counties of Kentucky? Tho FI.OL'II Klste snl Western I rod i si " tells mo it Is like a fountain,- - Agrippa, because I iiaii at.4vor for my"folded tea," Is a kind of militia is woary. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. No. HreJ . ., ts SI ISABKI.I.K I)K LA III vt, and It Is llkn a troo, and it is llko a tri- self this day." I rtpcat tlal a religion tea so palled at Canton after the method Com No. I mired, new tO'tts c.'K Oats-Mumphal procession; and the next man I that can capture a manjlltr that must of packing it. The "brick tea," which ..i, io is n ih Tanner's Idea, as reflected In his POIIK-N- ew They Ought to lie Natlalled. met mi a meet tellM me it is all flguratlte. I re- havo some power In it. 'Ills time our bai been much used for some years, Is lruln... Tho Harrison Administration .i utes annual report, is that tho men who enally want to know, ufter the body is wiseacres stepptd talking l though all prepared In Central China from tho comrillCACIO. listed in tho army during the viarmndo the fight oter the at KLOUR WIj:dIii l resurrected, what llieytwar mid what the brain of the world 4"e PPO'd moner sorts ot tea, by soaking tho tea themselves residuary legatees of tho UHA !NWhet-N- o. wtnl.r ,. 4 7!,1O I M ,Mo by deciding to retain Oilia'wi Blicsit red.-.tOli the Nation's estate, and uro nuw enthey em; nnd I hate, un nifuse, as broken leates, twigs and dust .Mormon recently to Christianity ii(.ro Haul leads, ...., jv !,'. rtu. i uMKiufo .pring appointed, vouaaaocisroa rorn No cunuslty to know what It Is, and how it wo can afford to fo)lv. I am ln boiling water and thtn pressing them w a COW BRAND the peoplu of Imit ,.,i. titled to inherit al. that is le(tot lt,-- N. ,ar..V,V,r.N0 ,U -- In, andlwliiirv. it Is. Columbus risked his glad to kiio a Y. World. a wuia. irlst has, into molds. There aro three qualities enco havo no right to complain t,Q ... ,,'"''.y hi eioaa.. n that) 80DAWSALEMTUS. liny life tiKfiml tlin American Continent, and In the different ages of bo world, large, green, small green and black tea. may not I.AIUJ-SlOo 93 Congressman .Morso calls for a Rellko .Mormons, but they iioUid aW Ataoiutut puai. shall wn MlCudder to go out on n toyago had In Jllsdls. Iploshlp a')l uart and a Brick tea Is universally usod in Siberia now much better ofT tin are publican botcott on Harvard College, PI.OOK FimilvIIALTIMOIIU, a V) nnnemiMT !Illa.Waw of dlMovvry which shall re tea I u tuster Handel in miudi . a m)Jl and in Mongolia, whoro it also serves as than thn peoplo of Wo respectfully remind tho rising son Raphael und a aatataBBa""aB No tho New York WiHt M n and iiioiis brilliant country'.' John in painting n Ange! and a Can-ot- a a medium ot exchange. The Mongols vf ho had a burglar appointed for Coin Ulied ;?iKiir. ' 4UVe 41 heir of.C'inton that Harvard does not teach Franklin risked his life to find a parage .. . M it, sr in sculpture 4 lt.ish';a' 'a Harvey place thH brick, when testing tho qualtrado" because It (s postmaster, nr than thn Arkansa w . w n what ho calls ''free ImSvWJ ,'., ou 0 between iwhcigs, and shall wo dread to In medicine: a ed tirotmsani i Washing- ity, on the head, and try to pull down- whOM) noty postmaster had been o,n- - Democratic, but beeauso It U the truth. as II ml a passago u . eterinl Minimcr Men ton In Htatesinansltip, a 8 tckslone, a wards tho edges with both hands. They vivti-Ulobe, ..46 00 (ft t ItU Ronton , .. go HOCKS ..,, In Switzerland traiel up the heights of itiarxiiai and a Keiu reject the brick as worthless if it break obscenein ino i euera courts lor m n.iing First the scholars who loft iho in tho! w; and tho cutter through the, mail frt INDIANAPOLIS. I lie .Mutter Ijui ii, with ulpmisUol, uud time will euiuu wlun ths elllfloii of or bend. Christian at Work. PISO'H 11EMBDT FQIt OATAllRKllost, A Easiest Louis Itepubllc Republican party wern scoffed at; then OIlAlN-Wh- est 17 n Nail red... CIioniR'st, Itcllcf Is Immediate. euro Is guldeM,uud riMikets.und mpt'Kaiid.gettlug Christ will cunquer forn-H, eU(B rilt Sl'J ill tlioft sorvatorles tho clergymen who did HkoWlsn wero ctjrtaln. For Cold In tuo Head It has no equal, ed liulUwuy up, stiiiiibli. uud full down In and inihrmltlf h,i ..i.hsVidIiv will. ... , .. . o ts going to provide Tanner lampooned, and now tho wealthy men Algor Ir people will not be honest in their a a horrible inassauru. They Jimt wanttd through her tele LOUIfiVIMiK. 0( The who have got ilck of tho old machine vff 'thu inoru- - actions they will grow to be dishonest a good Job In a private btislnes A No. !.., ,,,,(., 4 SI oino tboy laid been on thu tops uf those lug star of Jesus, a ud laboratory in their speech. The character that is Kcpubllcan statesman who has uny are tho subject of sarcasnii 'oll, no s rJ t And shall we fear to go out see that all tl,l,ir, wCTAgether for f ono of deceit and falsehood Hit!" K'aK .will slioiy II longing focthulTesldtnicy does not; guess thoy can all nUiid ths..longer 4tfwMrtd.;r ...Jf i.v'.r.. .'or llni awout of llui eternal hills vtbluh j yooJ," and with u itr BUJ$j,l hauuu. r J itself in "urd. lnlttd 'l'resbyterluu. llko Noble, regard Tanner In, the iiit (ban tlio itepiiblK'iiii party can. Rbitoii I'OlllC-M- .a It Is nn OlntMentof vrtuV i srnnll rartlcln Ts nnpllcil, i illWl ,.... ".... LAHll-HU-- ui of n back niiinber. Chicago Herald to thu nostrils. 1'fkV, tu.' Aolir by ilnmelsts or sent U I uo Herald. IS. T. Uazultink, Wurrcn, Tu. by mall. Addrcw, TALMAGE ABROAD. start J I Clvll-servl- Bambllng-housos'ioinlali- ls J a thil ed '. Dangtr from Gfttarrh bew-ela- .- bo-fo- ..:.d pust-qfHe- i Hood's Sarsapariila Peierson smaQuZinR Cheapest to-d- I l wotk-tnlil- o jt erco-Ho- n, ur Fire-Alar- m btflrylmr-gratind- saloon-closin- g elo-me- nt nunwr-outdeaur- us Volt-tln- V o !& i, .,, "" maalDa-a'volu'n- .... y night-clothe- s 4 ): thirteen-montha-ol- T -- m -- llfo-tlm- he rvr l, post-oftk- f fiMtoJS rrrfTT t rUanarA. pt f eld-bnr- aed CArU-lin- .AEW'QJaLiyyE. lairH ps ?Anrladroiordl-aarylBtauifaM- isc! - fv 0'f; MuSlSs, '.r.n. tnedl-riae- Tuffs Pills roll-tlc- CURE FITS! m r- o. aa rl newly-marrie- d A r- Chemicals JONES un rlj 3VaC03XTE!'3r . 4tt -- 5 1 EPPS'S COCOA -m m-- r- 1 arulf !;; , SC Ix-n- y post-offic- e rfl BALLCI l'.r. HIGH-TONE- aa-i- Said aj "J j J &! 'AT three-quarte- rs a dp e ae h PATENTS LllillliniJ slght-seeln- 0 $65 m a. t. savaaMa) aaaaa nt Clark-soMa-a- CATARRH mw Dlf-fara- Xows-T'rlbun- e. Fu-kle- n Fo-kle- re-c- elt JIOOK-Ocnit- nou lllfil ,..a aiu i. 1 a. No. m um Ms Lard-1'rl- JOSEPH H.HUNTER lill-Cn- olta poc-ch- al "Pou-chong,- UltAiN-Wheat-- Ko. . - .1 I.AIlLl-Wdk- t.in post-offlc- o u (on.para-tlvolysjieakln- C k'il Rey-nol- (JltAIN-WI.esl- rjmmnCi EjVt TOlllC-J-MtAI.AIID-llells- 1 UM ... ui;i 0t-Mls- rt-OD- " ' No. nUAiK-vyheai- -- jl H M "HmiWf ?1SJ?i iTSaSRS HMHSaHalilllLaraBi Fj?y.gj;